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?>< Cadet Bugle^ 

The Voice Oi North Georgia College 



PAl!L'iNK<: \ CFMRGIA. Tl'KSDAY. JUNE 



N.G.C. Inaugurates 
Summer Quarter 
With 391 Attending 




THE CADET Bt'C 



The Cadet Bugler 

Circulation — 500 
Member Georgia Collegiate Press Association 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Guy " Soon '' 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR ?'',",, ','"' 

BUSINESS MANAGER Ear U i. Ihams 

MANAGING EDITOR EJJte U uerell 

EXECUTIVE EDITOR I hades Sited 

ASST EXECUTIVE EDITIOR Stimho Alhta 

FEATURE EDITOR John Herring 

NEWS EDITOR Erwm Sorrtncy 

SPORTS EDITOR Earl Wtl tarns 

NEWS STAFF— Hubert ttn-ttr Marmn Aultman Ann, ,11 ell- 
born Sidneu Hiahsmith V I Facklee Dol Purcell. Clinton 
Wade- Leu.;, Putter Sell Snatnhuur laji lljraertm 
BUSINESS STAFF llullan.1 Mangum 

FEATURE STAFF- Betty Jean Brown Jem Hill I my 

SPORTS STAFF Robert '■'"' 

PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF -t.tutur Green Wmfnd Phillip: 
Bobbu Maxwell. 

COPY EDITOR '«""" ''"''"" 

FACUUTY ADVISERS Pro/ Clarh Copi McConnell 

SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.00 r*r ytir 

Published e»ery three weeks l>y th. students of North Georgia 
College lo eipress the unbiased opinion "I thi students, 
establish standard, of i ondurt, srholsrship, snd sportsmanship; 
to encourage .-rrol.-r portieir.ato.n srid interest if. all college 



i bet* 



. thi 



CADET BUGLER— A FIGHTING NEWSPAPER 




Pulse 
Of The 
Campus 

By limit Pryor 

*— V- 



Water Bucket 



effort that will require the work 
and cooperation of every cadet. 
Outstanding among the changes 
mad.- in the military department 



substitution of the i 



■ , I Hi I \h 



*llte 9*tciwesia£oJi . . . 



Thri 

Id- 1 h i 



. be followed in ■■i.ii 



lilnd the 

j.rinl.-.l <••), An 

■ ■ !-!■■■ l.lllw.Urt! 

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'"i',!'! 1 ,', WANNON 



SAM WOODY'S 
>r KENNEDY! 

i . \ \ \ i . i ■ ■ 
Whit! 



ilrpl . 

i'M'KT 111 l.I.KIl ^ 111 

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\N OLD PROVERB 

Thr ..I.; 



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give mnxlmui'ii ill 

ff ,.f THE CADET BUGLER hn 



hool Ai'i.i man a ,DUM 



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lil lo who llkci 



thu itand ■ . 

9 

NORTH, I 
certain woikncai toward the Win 
del gtrla, 

REED il I thi ; r\i\ HOI R 



dcq ..f VELMA liavo anything ti 

wild 1 1 7 

BOBBY I ii no time we in 

tho "Bai n 1 

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in the liom i dI ovui y itudenl 



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l.l. ROG1 R G.C \i i MN \i 

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UY, UYI Hon 

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PLEDGER left? 
ui all kuciiI 



i milking up hii mind. 



Wo .i , 



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of 



take ii lol for 
iplo that SHEPHEARD 



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I- ii HAROl D'S 

ii PRESTO 



KENNEDY \\ 



,..!.!:,,, 



- bucket,'' known 



Introducing the Barn! 

To i> large group 0* freshmen, this 



ui- .1 ,i miter) a 



Do Radios Satisfy Students? 
Tha itudenU at N.G C wen * 
happy group when they . 



they could 



I radios. But 



mil : 

this lummcr an 

nip* ihni thi- it^uliiiM-ri- liuvr bri-n 

find thai the radios 

much fun as they ex- 

■'■ 

many •■• the seti fail t-i work, ami 

"i In- played 

leem to be the hour* v. hen nothing 

■ ird Oh, well] ... If 

■ ■ teak three 

still 
about ha\ Ing fried chick- 

Elections and Politics .... 

i 

■ I ii rim .'unii', nint: the 

■ ■ liut Ihi- 

f 

ill ll tliis; Are the 

itudenta taught thi pi icari 

of voting, Oi arc th.- «>]i-rth>ii« .(mni: 
■ :. forming 



ii. 



the 



■ 






FRAT FEATS 

I be laaued 
m ThtU. The 

reahmen and 

■ 

Parka*, preel- 

Wall, tr*OJ1lr»r, 

■ 
■ 

kaa. Prank 

the P«n. 



■ from their < ,, . 

. lom f..r office. 



■tudent tried t» 



■ i 



' 






i oi - tic Baton Twirler! 

ii Thonw- 
■ 
ing at th. 

iai thr Military D«part- 

■ 

that .<ur Bai 



Sports Sparks 



COLLEGE TO SERVICE 



in the live: 



with a lot of weaklings r 
ia Colle 
i build i 

r all-out 



ampuses into Athlel 
udents. The facts 



I of North Georgia College, athletics builds 
t ... . 

;en the plai 



ry Organization. Strangely enough, a 
ami play- imaginable have been made, 
ha-inc long line-drives, he lay down f< 
;i ran wild on the bases. 



Coach Scearce 
To Lead Scouts 



Cwch J. B. Scearce h, 
Physical Education De, 
centlv taken over the p 



A Co. Leads In Athletic 
Program, 522 Points Ahead 



Baldwin, Chastain, 
Lowerv Officers 
Of '43 'D' Club 






resident -- Taylo, 
There in ten 



mj.h. 



: and capable coach. J. B. Scearc 
Upon the absence of his capable assistant Doraey i 
single-handedly rounded up a summer Physical Tr:i 

lis on softball. volleyball and tennis. Some fr'es 
program "Physical Mutilation." 



Rec Club Begins 
Year's Activities 
At Tennis Tourney 



"B" COMPANY" DODGERS 

"B" Company's hi P h r.ding soft! 
lead in the softball standings by win 
hitting by the whole team and exc 
Schwartz has kept them in the lead, 
comes from the "D" Company nine. 



each . 



tching by Durden 



FliTht 
Sremingly, th. 

l'.y h..' 



four Rec Club teams pledged one- 
| fourth of the Freshmen glrla the 
I Rec Club has settled down for a 

quarter filled with hard work, 
, and physical 



In < 



I the : 



r the ■■[>" Club 
his year; they are Baldwin, Chas- 

ain. Lowrey, Mills, Schwarta, 
rreen and Kennemur who won their 
ettera in basketball; Sudan and 

iehwarta who won their letters in 

ountry; and Hunt, the manager. 
Schwarta is the onlj two-loUei 

ian m the "D" Club; he won a 
ftter m basketball and tennis. 

Two boya who were eligible for 

he "D" Club and who failed to 

and Turner. 



of t 



i Not 



i the type of softball which r 



Military- 



t for the United S.-rvic. 
-.■■.■m-. (hat North Ge. 



(bail minded men of the faculty. If i 
rranged it should bring in a tidy su 
i-. i.nly probable that the faculty c 
II Stars" yet there are 
: could still play their 



■ aeveral former bull 



freshman "dubbed" the 



softball volley- 



The coeds have challenged lh. mi.' My but 

this ahould provi Interesting, i peclallj to the boys. 

The game between the N.G.C. "All Stara" and a team composed 



er Young of' th.' fac 
!.ed that the faculty \ 



<o\ll'\M STANDINGS 



Col. C. G. Hammond- 



rraduated from I 

■ ■■) in 1937 
■Hell Hammei 



The Rec Club Council conaiata of 

Iman, "Butch" Hn.wn, 
1 irey, and Madelyn An- 
thony, captains of (he M 
Trahlytana, Mercuriana. and Phi 
.lan. Mit- 
chell and Louise Huff are Sports 






s tin 



■■ Iggie Weems, 
former President, is acting as 



the 



m i:a r .-','tii, B iid with the Oklahoma 
fantry School, Col. "C. G " waa 

I 

January I, [042 

. ■■ ehita r, Col. 
Hammond was on the General Staff 



UII 



— Continued Trom Front Page 

Mania, \\ , Nelson, u Pryor, J 
md S 



Williams. E. Crowe, Klliot, K; 
liutchei.on, K; Rh...|. 

Han.!: Captain Sbepp ird. 1 I 



oftball "A" Co. has grasped the 

:ram. Taking advantage of every 
ipp initji they have built up a 

lead of 522 points over their near- 

leema to be the 
ror "A" Co He ,s 
nnia and badminton 



No. 



i the 



- iftkill t.iuo I'hr onl) 
that can bt found in "A" Co. is 
their softball team. 
Meanwhile "B" Co and "I 1 " Ce 

are hai ing a hoi race I icond 

plnee i ii-ir- loftball team! are 
th.- best in the league This ia 

the fact that they are 
tied for the league lead. Their 
tennis anil volleyball team* are on 

an even keel and there lin't much 



"I " i o and the Hand > 



. the 



■ of i 



Vlong with Parkei ' 

I" Co hu von i 

, cog '" thvli volleyball 

machine Durdei I S> hwarta, 

both oi "B" i o . have mown b) 

■ perl mi a thai they are 

plti i i the league, 

■ D" l i making thi 
ip and take 



LET US REPAIR 
YOUR BHOES 

City Shoe Shop 






■ 



r 


ATTENTION FRESHMEN! 

For A Complete Wool Uniform 

See 

W. A. ROLLINS 




Root 


1 HI M„„r 


i Hall 



eight; . 



"THE BIGGER AND BETTER" 

MAYFLOWER 
RESTAURANT 



W.-.l.r! 

i Club Breakfast 

Tasty, ! 



Corner lin.a.l and Main Streeta 



Parks & Garretts 

QUALTTX Gl 

At Popular Prices 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



Aunt Betty's 

Bread and I :ike* 
ai the EXI II INGE 

end SMITH'S 

Small & Kstes 

BAKEBT 

Gainesville. Ca. 



Welcome, Freshman 

Hello, Sophomore 

Visit 

IDE) 0H1 

Enjoy 

Our Sod 



SMITH'S 



"Whan ' .,ii...... i rh id Mo 



THE CADET BUGLER 



McConnell, Pittman, Baldwin, 
Armstrong Head 1943 Club 



Officers Club of North Georgia 
College are: President, Lt. Col.mel 
Sk-Onm.il: Vice President. Captain 



,d Treasurer. Captain 
"X" Company Tin- 



year stated, "The Club li tryta( 
to get new Inaignlas for the of 
ficers. They wil 



N.G.CToOpen 
Infirmary During 
September-Rogers 



rding to Pn I I 



half story building with n largo 
!■ |g modern In tloi Ian 
and will I-- fully oquippi d to Lolcq 
care of oil ludenti ■■■■ ,i " bocomo 
ill, 

Thti i line: o I (II i whlli 

the equii ml |« eiitlmatcd to coiit 

iO dollar) , rh< o i 

■ ■ I mid I 




Scholastic, Forensic and Math 
Awards Announced for 1942 



the elnao »f thi Spring Qui 
ihli ..... "n. slightly «i 

Pbjalcal Bclenei - ft 

pUcad in the 
log 

irythlng 

tcdly d 



CALENDAR 
For Summer Quarter 



Julj 



immsr * 

;i and .■■! ■ 

I» .1 ill v I ! I'Hiiil 

,-..! n;.1 will I- li'-ld Jul) 

18 and n 
I 

„f mi • ■ 

i ,.. .., . i , ,,.i i„ ,■ n July Bl anil 

■ ■ 
'...,,-u..! IK, in, iiml ■■'<> 

'I !„■ U< ■■mIm Am- i 



Lynn Jackson, 
Marimba Virtuoso 
To Appear July 7th 



„l faculty o/ North Georgia Col- 
i-,. will hav« the opportunity ol 

.,.,1... Ki 



1 
will i" played 



DAHLONKGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega fur Atlanta H a. m., 4 p. m. 

leaves Dahlonega for ( Jaim-'v ill*- It i ■!.'. ii in . 8 p. I". 

I mi, i for Dahlonega s n. m., 4 p. m. 

lineaville for Dahlonega \ p. rn„ G p, m. 
$2.00 Special Week K.T. to Atlanta 
$1.00 Special Week R.T. to GatneivUll 

■■ M TAX) 



quality of religious leadership both 
■ilhin the college and the com- 
mnity. Hugh Mills received this 
-ward. 
The following students were 






1 fur 



ung 62 quality points during 
the school year, being designated 
a* Freshman Honor Students: 

P C, Thomasville. Ga. 
Ash, Virginia; Dahlonega Ga, 
Grant, Richard; Cornelia, Ga. 
Home. T. Lee; Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Huckaby, Clayton S.; Griffin, Ga. 
Jackson, Noel; Woodcliff, Ga. 
Jones, E, Paul; Yazoo City, Miss. 
Keith, Emoruth; Clermont, Ga. 
Sheehan, John C; Macon, Ga. 
Smith, J Bryan, Decatur, Ga. 
i p haw, James, l ovington, Ga. 

■ Bj . Savannah, Ga. 

i mmn Dahlonega, Ga. 
Carter, James B.; Sanford, Pla. 

if.; Sylvester. Ga. 



Hollv Theatre 



'All Through II.. Night' 



Remember Pearl llurhi.r' 



Taran's Secrel Tnasun 



COMING— 
'The;' D!;d w 11 The 
Boots On" 



N. G. C. Students 

May We Remind You of Our 
Complete 

NuunalL ' 

Supplies 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



C A l» ETS 

We appreciate 

the patronage 

that you have g.v 



WOODVS 

)N THE SQU U'.I 



WHETHER 

[fa That 
Good Gull G 



In... 



a To Rent 
BEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION- 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kind8 of 

SANDWICHES - DRINKS - LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 




( s 

THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

Til VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun. 

Good fellowship 

and 

Tour favorite name of 

BILLIARDS 
BOWLING 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



V^ Gadd Buglm t 



The Voice Of North Georgia College 



Capt. McConnell, 
Beloved Officer, 
Is Called To Duty 



i ;,,.- Mi i fonnell's 



liege, the faculty, students 
e community in general 
i detailed for dul 
i College in 1927. Immedi. 
here was a noticeable int- 
ent in the- R.O.T.C. unit. 



Capt. McConnell has 
,!!>■ and unselfishly 
he Kt-neral life of the 



. 



who know him. 



Hi Mi I onne 



Student Executive Committee Organized 
At N.G.C. To Fight For Educational 
Freedom In Empire State of The South 




Sgt. McCallister 
Assumes Duties 
OfSgt.McCrimmon 



pital in Atlanta with a leg ail men 
McCallister will beat Nori 
Is College unl 

Sgt McCallister stated that th 
probably be at the start i 
the fall quarter. 

Mi.-»'iilli-i.'i I .< 



(lark, Gilbert 
Named Bugler 
Faculty Advisers 



Vt K Clark and Mr. 
ltd Booth and I'splam R. S. 



Cadets Can Leave 
Clothing In Rooms 

r M Hutcherson 
nounced today that cadets i 



Ginty, Jr., publ; 
Chataworth Timi 

best group of !■■■ I 

mas Frier, publisher of "The 
Douglas Enterprise", tot thi 

best editorial page; A. W. Star- 
ling-, publlshei 

ville Herald", toi the third best 
editorial page, and A. W-Star- 
Hng, publlshei of "The Nash- 



iih. 



for 



The North Georgia College Student Executive Com- 

littee has been organized ami i> o|.t'ratinu -moi.thh ;n- 

■ rding to a statement issued h\ leaders of the eommittee 

Student Executive Committee is an or^ani/atiim 

formed primarily to better the studenta of North Geor- 
gia ( ollege and the college itself, its members are 
chosen from the various t 



iijUls nrgani:'.aliniis. 



dajoi Hutch*] 



. 



• • ...i 



ponslbllit 
longings ami the 

irould * -fectly all riifht I 

■ 
,!' having 



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WAR NEEDS ARE CAUSING 
DINING HALL SHORTAGES 



Twelve Alumni 
Rate In ROTC Unit 
At U. of Georgia 

i ■ 

wl re now at the Un 

of the N. '. I I 

.... the M.i 
\ G C end 



Maguire Leaves; 
New Instructors 
Come To N.G.C. 



ten Pro 

t'i.S -L'l.l Sri eilfe t,„ ,■, 

era! years H. «,n i. 

by Mi Roberl Bi li hoi . who receii 

B ■ degree fr the old 

1 
and nil Master ol Science del 



The i 



flral . 



Ph h .1. i 



il. 



Of hi* I 
■ ,n the 



ted thi 

■ 



Kenneth Engl i 

; , . ■ been Pro 
■■f English in Fitzgerald 
i.rm- tu North i ■ 

Mi Eng 

1 

Smith <;.-..r(tiu lolh-i-,., the 

■ from the Unlvorail 
Georgia, and h i 
Duke 

sginnlng o 

Juartei Hi 

C, Pigg wh 

Georgia reaction College a 

I 



Ens. Bond Murray, 
Philippine Hero, 
Reported Missing 

Th.- Navy Department 
" 

■ 
aras taken ofl I 



mpaign 

bus been t<> Itrinir ni'mliiim I ire. join 
tO the stair 

to accomplish this the co ttei 

''■' ! ■ ■uinl in i.., nun,. 

ii Student Political League at NGC 

I for the avowed 

■ i . . 
... polttli I 
'i ii. fii .. tudt nl I. .. 
in the modi rn history of the col 
lego, was hold by the Studanl Exs 

foi the purpose ol tolling the 

students whal they could >i help 

bring ni t polii >od for 

. . 
■ i Btlnn »a i attonded 
10 tudonta who 

' lii-'i'd fiery Hrie.ehei- nuiile l.\ 

campus leaders a n tl promlnenl 

M n ■ I North 

Georgia College student groups 

in mcotins 

Lrnall meeting held In the c I ■ 

■mi... at Dahlonogo leal Friday 



uml 






■ in nd thi plight 



tugueta, majoi ; 
. irdele, captain; 

i . 

:.-..: ■ I : , 

■ 

■ 

I 



tl thi 

North Georgia College and thin 

i 






ff.tt on the school dininc ^f C4>nU „„ , 
rices rrach for the lk) 

wishful hoping, accord- , e» nn «i foods art 

■ 
rcd» of thr Ann. 

practically all Dri 






l bis duty t 



• t-> i 



for each hi" 

. 
after irrarluatinir fj ■ 

While- at 
re, Murray 
inadr an «-xccllmt ach'-l 
n the Seca 



rvhiif. 
•lac Each day bnair* 

. Murray 



-...-■-h i 



aapetia. 

, B«t-*u- I 
■ Murray and Major )lu' 
in the son 

. 

Murray re- 

t>* rfjr»'!>: -.f Murray. 



Thirty-Six Students To Get 
Scholastic Bars In Octoher 



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Huckaby. CU< 

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Jimmy. 



The Cutlet Bugler 

Circulation— 500 

Member Georgia Collegiate Press Ass 



*7Ae yHcUi&bafoi . . . 



EDITOR IN ( HI! I 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR 
BUSINESS MANAGI R 
EXECtn I\ I EDITOR 

ASM" 1 XE( 11 IV] i in 

FEATURE EDITOR 

M WS 1 DITOR 

SPORTS EDITOR 

Nl WS STAF1 Hi 

born. Sidney Hightmitb N I Faeklei 



it 



Guy B. S< 

Billy Ledford Tha\ 
■..,„.., changes 
Sam ! 
Ctenn York Acuity 
Hi rring Al li 
■ 
Albert Rollin l RO 

Pureed / ' 






ble fellow! Pi 
i-, deciding, BILL1 



J JEANNETTE 



i. 0WL1 



in i< N ■ 



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Wade, Lewis Ponet Well Snainfa 
Barneron. Carter Dam. 

BUSINESS SI AFF n d Man gun 

FEATURE STAFI Item /, m /;■■ ■, n f, ,, 11,11 ' I my 
Carey. Fletcher Fhomp i 

SPORTS STAFF Robert Rio 

PHOTOGRAPH!' SI Al I i 
COPY EDITOR .h„ t „tt !>,„ 

a ., i .u. .,'"'' ■ ■ ■ 

I | i HER Willi 



HAT< HEB 



FACULTY ADVISI RS !>,,.. U / ( larh II 






h MtOfliJufllr 



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rid sportsmanship; 

i.- i in nil e oil ago 



a iHiin nut nil-: si i in vi ioim 



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j ,i HOI i 

■ method Don' 



■ d elsewhere' 
H i.. QEORGIA ■ 
i I i- HOI BROOK think 



the] 






LOOK TO THE FUTURE 

riiii- jm tin- rirnt ii 

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PHIL 



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••-•-•-*-• 
Pulse 
Of The 
Campus 



; DURDEN o 
.,.,., i end* H 

CHELL, Isi , , . . , , 

ZIP" and W _ W-W-T*-^-ir 

l Politic Effect! N.G.C. 

■ 

: 

■ ■ 
"date" -,ii the "V" Ink.-, 



d water! 

■ Bulger Staff would 



i know whal girl i 



[ how, when, or wl 






I 









< ! km and Tin? Practical! 



thai 



■ . 



ienl 



.i,.h„ 



1 
<■ Johns and Johnny 
teal Flash I hni 
.v«- finally succeed* 

■ ■ ■ 

.: 
tirm- do tell, 

■ 

ithing rnual bo done about 

.ii mini 



is diaappn 

I 

ing definitions will be of littl 
. •,„ value tr. them when they ente 
he? actual 

- . ■'■':';,.'! 

• thai they want eomi 

i'-ni'iH-F.- a t >■ jn- tha 
will anl them when they 

■ », [U.il .'\p,T. 

in the I. 

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w i an 
top 'I INING There 






i.ulil 



II I ■ 

I 
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■ 

ied ol North >■■■ 
1 



"' it-" n find ■ 

i the ■ ■, nf [042 will be i 

. 

Ill, till- . A III! | 

■■■•II II '.Mil , I, ■!„■!,, I l,-, lf .,U 



I? '' 1! ' 

I 



till 



l.ffl.l 



i: 



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Ill-fill, "Hi ■ 

ultng 

HI 



II... v h 

M "'!Vl FRANKUM SI iy wTll cle 

Dot Phan rnual have whnl 



(p ilitli an ■■ 
-i,ri cheek i wouldn't you like to 

hi pphi i:h H EST, and, tt 

1VELLBORI 

From the w« u HITLOW 
I.T KENNUR ,, 

tl Ink 'twas spi 












i \f.<- shoi 



military should 
cordlngly. 

Dining Hull Popularity! 
The dining hall .„, the campi 
■ 
much convei tat 

'-■ It, Juki listen a little. 
\ ' Freahman Discipline 

.. i„g l[u . „,. 
Hutcherai 
■■■■■...■.• 

-hi, i theii dutlei n 

told the differed captains to n 
[ that wa 






spring '''' [no ' I;| , '' 1 haaing as shining 
time 

i ■ i ■ ; i PAIN- ' ■ ««lw< the will of the 

I :„ i ■ ■ ""livi.limli Tin i ■ 

I 
|»l ji will bi 



My Perianal CaLuput 



. obje. 



of 



■ Unreasonable? 



Unit huv. 



. | „ Hutchoi 






, .'■ 
"Mj I'n 



had an Artlllorj Unit 

■ 



■ 



no doubt that 11 he 



Ii d column writing i 

■ 
level beat to ,, I 

I1EI i IS id i n !; in\\ D1S 

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I iv-IiMiu- 



CENTRAL LOBBY FOR ENTERTA1NM1 M 



001 charge i 
he school library 

■ a le particular t 
-■•"■<■ to thi twenty-five cen 

l "' ni ' ■ I 

mfairly when l 

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the opinion vote* 
they protoat 



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Edit 



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i 
for thi- whole s 
friends who coi 

of where could 









n I, ', '" . ', i .ii h »" hwn 

ahJ i™ r ed becausi o i .1,1 and Incl ■ , 



thousands 

*Mi»h th,- I 



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<• forth with > plan ; 



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'tad ha would i 

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train tailr offK*« 
reason whv ■■ 



TUESDAY. AUGUST 



CADET BUGLER 



Sports Sparks 



Records From 

Rec - 



A REVIEW OF THE SOFTBALL SEASON 



■ if: : : ■ . -'..,■.. 

1 of eight star 

on the field and won four and 



and "B" Companies placed 
n four and six ga 

'h- liniitt-d nuinhni ■-. 



"C" Company • i 



i an.] finished I 



. 



■ rlub 1 



! Uld i 



i the aid of the i 



Clayton iluckaby. short : 



ield. Honorable i 



FRESHMAN BOXING 



; that each company should t 



VOLLEYBALL 

■ 
■ 



\ 'ii--\ ''.ill 

ly captured :■ 
its. "B" and "1 " 
and four losses. "IV ('..mpanv 
Band was last with only two vie 
illi SOI llt\l.l SI INDINGS i 



:■ It and it- well-balanced i 

tied foi second |i!u. 
th only I 



niMI'AM si WJUM.S i V- of July 2:>lh.) 



SERVICE 

WITH 



Fanny Bell's 
Beauty Shop 



without th<'>.> e luncll members: 
"Tiny" Carey 
Wary Louise Huff - 
dyn Anthony, Jayne Mitchell, and 

wly elected secre- 
ary. "Rush" week made everyone 
'all in line with 

■o the tournament 



Coeds Prove Fit, 
Hiking 20 Miles 

they work off a guard report. 



*n furntah the 
t stiff - 



V.M.C.A. Elect Frosh 
Officers and Cabinet 

■ a. c. a. < 

elected, Th ise el eted wen 

President, f i ed tt 
Vice-president, William Banks; 

u . r 
rr. .1 ,,'k Chilly . Council members, 
■ 



managed to 
break" dam ■-.- 

Tin- Rec I 
interest of all the el 
through this 
petitioi 



Clu 



■Int. mt> 



Tennis Ladd 
place. Jayne S 



i, Kathryn Knowlea 

Archery 

1st. place, Fiances Elliott. 

2nd place, Kathryn K ■ 

3rd, place, "But* h" Brow n 

Ith. pla< ■ . 

Croquet-Golf 

1st Helen Gristle. 
i Mams. 

3rd Margaret Smith. 

lili Marlon Aultman. 

A ids from the tournaments, the 
club hn» regular met I 
each month. The Mercuriana and 
Hippolytana have given two very 
fine and interest 



Coach Scearce 
Takes Instruction 
Pre-Fliuht School 



of North Georgia College, left I 
week to receivi I 
sical inatraetioi 
flight training 

■ 
Naval pre flight training. 

training Include bn iketball, bi 
hull, football, boxing, and wn 
ling. Some of the world's gn 

■ 



X.Y.A. Students To l$e 
Cut Two-thirds In Fall 

lion funds were eul in hall by 

a [aj igo i n » ■ 
announced on ! 

■ ■ ■ 

would assist 1(17,(1 

nnlentr, whieli iv only 
ahniit on.- thii'il 'hi- number helped 



Wolfe, mi. I Qulnton 1 umpkin, 

kll.-WII Li, ll,i I, |ll, it 

hull, are among the Naval pre 



& ' tain n 111 ■ i n 

thai when Coai h Scearce return 

this full he plans to inclinle h I 

t.i liiui.l .oinliiu, nv lo'ilini-. mid m 
]i!-u in hi 

i 

■ ogr will 

the fighting ability ol the 









B ■ igh, Ray 



We 



ate 



the patronage 
that you ha 
us. Best of luck 
Always! 

WOODY'S 

ON THE SQUARE 



Piedmont Druj» Co. 



The 
Gainesville Florist 

"Flowers for all Occasions" 

Flowers ll the Peak of Their Beauty- - 
Await v.iur Se 
ill S. Sycamore — Phone 214 
-ville, Georgia 



Kinjr, (Jreen, To Lead 
New Camera Club 






DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega (><r Atlanta 8 a. m., 

leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:15 a. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8 a. m., 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 4 p. m 

$2.00 Special Weak 111. to Athi 

$1.00 Special Week It.T. to Gaines. 



You can always find 

Aunt Betty's 

Itread and Cakes 
at the EM II INGE 

Smith's 



Small & Estes 

BAKERY 

Gainesville. Ga. 



Henry Almand 

CH and JEWELRY REPAIR! 



WHEN' IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

Vonr Headquarters for all kind* of 

SANDWICHES DRINKS - LUNCHES 

Roosevelt quire 



Lediord's Pharmacy 

We Cond 
Unite and Fountain Service 

[lie, Georgia 



THE CADET 



Whitaker Heads N. G. C. 
Science Club Summer Quarter 



Cadet Advances 
To Major Swiftly 



Maj-.r 



College Canteen Profits Put 
Into Improvements at N.G.C. 

, not and will not receive 
pensation from this source. 
n hv Major „rominent 

h CADET ' p " ■ \. 

business man, has been in charge 

i of the canteen for the past sev- 

, . i-ral yean and under his direction 

„ al fund of: The canteen employs appro*.- 

,- , College. He fur- m«tely eight boys during the year. 



ived fr-m the sale of i 



Irwin Wood Leads 
3V43 Debate Club; 

Scot I V.-I'resident 



Km I Will 

Tho fiii tlobaU of the 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 



BOWLING 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



If \ 
[CE 

J. H. 


mi Crave 
I 1:1 Ul 
Villi 

Phillips 















Compliments of 


Compliments of 


WHATLEY'S 
Pharmacy 


Jackson Florist 

"Flowers for all 


PHONE 600 
Gainesville Ga. 


Occasions" 
Gainesville, Georgia 


> 
you Are Always Welcome 
At The 


DIXIE HUNT 


GAINESVILLE GEORGIA 

J 



N. G. C . Students 

Remind You of Our 
te Stock 
Completi 
of Candies, Magi 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

Prescriptions Careful!] Killed 



#• Cam Sugk\ si 



The Voice Of North Georgia College 



DAHLONEGA. GEORGIA. TTl/ESDAY. OCTOBER >. 



650 Students 
Enrolled For 
71st Session 

its seventy-first year on September 
25 with ;in enrollment of 650 stu- 
dents according to a statement by 
Will D. Young, Registrar. 

The present cadets number 533, 
U to last year's 508. This Fall 
the coeds number 112, as to 150 
Jast year. Thus, the total enroll- 
un.nl this year is approximately 
. omparabU 



her la* 



This 



. of I 



: because it is the only c 
lege in the University System 
Georgia which has held its own 
has shown signs of increase t 
Fall. All other college*, in 
University System, have shown ■ 
cided signs of decrease. 




News Bulletin 



■Jl NGLEEUS" TO PLAY FOR 

DAN) i ■: 

play for the first dance of the fall 
quarter un Saturday nitfht, Oetubvr 
10 from 8:30 p. m., to 12:00. The 
I be sponsored by the 
I'.m- Hellenic Council and admis- 
sion will be $1,10 including tux 



SPEAK AT MEETING 

: | Hugh Mills announced 
bxlay that State Secretary H. W. 
,..i i peak t.. the YMCA 
on Tuesday night, October 6, at 
5 !"■ Hu will discuss the state 
VM< \ and its various functions. 

NG< TO HAVE BLOOD 
DONORING STATION 
Dr. H. B. Forrester has an- 



Sanford Calls Upon 
NGC To Give AH 
In Winning of War 



gia College for the duration mui 

war." was the statement made b 
Chancellor s. V. Sanford of th 
University System of Georgia whe 
he spoke to a student assembl 
here last Tuesday. 

The Chancellor stated that h 
thought this generation of youn 
people had a Unique opportunity i 






gnat dream for NGC 1 



ling many new bu.l.lmgs fi 
college were now lost. Y. 
pointed out that the l.'nn 
System hud mode applicatioi 
the Public Works Reserve u 
a number of bu 
after the win 

North Georgia College obtain 



Dentist Arrives; 
Woe To Cadets 



i and i oiueqnentJ) the "I 



Dean Holloway Leaves NGC; 
Miss Alice Donovan To Take 
Over Deanship On Oct. 9th 

Bj EDDIE WORRBLL 

Mrs. Irma Holloway, Dean of Women si North 

Georgia College for the past l\vu years, has ivsiciu'.l from 
thai poaition and will be replaced hy Miss Alice I >. m,,\ ;ui 

who is now Assistant Dean of Women at t; ■-. 

College for Worn,,,. 



Board Members 
Of Procurement 
Group Here Oct. 7 



Na 



\t ■ 



Four New Teachers 
Added To Faculty 
Of N. Ga. College 



' i: n. and Barmoi 

Bross have recently joine.i 
faculty of North 



|obi 



fmm Fit*- 



armed forces, defeni 
other positions. 

Kenneth England, 
English, cam- bo u 
gerald whi pi he has bam Pr< 
h f..r the past thre 
yean Mr. England holds the B.! 
degree from South Georgia ' o 
lege, the A.M. dtgi 

gta, and has don 



Col. C. G. Hammond Calls For 
Tough Cadet Corps As ROTC 
Unit Streamlines Program 



■ 









war- 
mad* by Col 

huh 

Tactics at North Genre. 

-tatement to the press. 
I naoed rcvi-nl.-d that the 
n of having a one hour 
i on Monday and a two 
hour drill period on Friday was 
formulated to get every man out 
pan as much as possible. 
jft.Ttiun dnll period i» 
I in practicing Extended 
I ting and Patroling, and 
Squad Problems by a majority of 
-indents. The Prvsh- 
■ ■■ 
urnber, 1942, will be instructed in 
close order drill during this period. 
■Mad went on to say 
that another vital part is the 
■ blag program would ba- 
th* firia,. ^ q eal&re rifl« by 
<«T cadet. 

TU Colonel emphastaed that rifle 



■ 
scoring point 
pany. Sgt. G C UcCrtnmon will 

Special training platoons have 
been formed in each military ©r- 
ganiiation. These uniU under the 

> will 



■ 






I !'!..■ 



tinurd i 



Then- platoons will be 
til the la 
ber when each company will reform 
and equable the platoons. 

"I see no reasons for Sunday 
Parades." was the ai - 
Hammond to a question about these 
parades He staled that, in all 
probability, there would be very 
few people to witness these paradea, 
because of the tack of Lransporta- 

shortages. He went on to say that 
special parades would be eoodoeted 
if the need arose, bat it was evident 
that the old program of a parade 
everr Sunday aftemon was out for 



■ 

ven.it>- of North C 

hart of hi. 
work for the Ph.D. degree at the 
of North Carolina. 
Harmon BrOM, member of thi' 
English Dcpt. staff, i. 
B.S. degree from the University of 
Indiana, and Master* ■ :. 

1 
has taught for several years a 
Kent State College and at (rtorg 
Washington- It. . 

— i ..nimurd on Pare Thre 



Guard college board 
committee, ■ 

.if Uiv urmi'.l (op. v i.f thr I'nil.il 
States will ci. i, i, bo 
College "ii ii, tobei 
The memban of thtt board wilt 
.■ii t., the Cadets < 
',(.,-., , i ■ .. i . 1 1,. 

Ffered by their p 

-i" etdvi iervii <■■-. All students wl 

he chapel at win, 

time the board will explain tl 

Any ■ tudenl n ■ 
ing a jmrtn-u!,!' 
the members of ' 
which thry are Intoreated, any tiro 
during the remainder of the day 

i ii ruber will be offei 

ed the use of n office em ■ rooi 
m one of thi' building* and *ti 
dents may go ami set the 6 men 



Infirmary Opens 
Sometime In Fall 



J, c. Roger*, 

■ 
fimiary would b 

11- a competent i 



Mi>. II nil. i' 
been accepted and will bake affocl 
..ii n,-i,.l.,-,- in, ]'i|j M 

will bake ovei boi new posit! 

the oventng cJ Oetobi ■ 

U ill I'M'.' Ill H.ll||..||, | , 

coding day, 

For the pa tv Id 

!'■ ' \V 

.■ii and an buti I ■ .■ ■ 

i i-mn.'.l Hi.- frivii.hlnj. 

■■! ..ii tudenl ■ wiiii whom she hae 

MI11 Di i i i 

tin- Unlvei ■■ 

natlt i She taught In 

.ii 
yew and then wonl bo GSCW 
tad Assistant 

"'■mi "!' V\ ..in. ii .in.) w bin >■.■ 

T" lent J.i B i- tab 'i bhal 






YWCA Starts Year 
With lno Enrollment 



0UJ plumes of 
ork with the 1 ■'•'■ I 

i run cxmaiitJiif 
■. [ai gatherlngi 



Attention Coeds! 

CECIL B. de MILLE TO JUDGES 

1943 CYCLOPS BEAUTY SECTION 



the world, will toon u«- hn passion 
fur beautiful girli in the arrang- 
ing in dV« 

coeds that .. 






■ 



NGC (lee Clubs 
Begin Year's Practice 

The Men and Women'* GIs* Clubs 

the fint Hmr To**.l» 

neaday night, respeotirrly. The 

Men's Glee Cub will meat each 

Tuesday and Thursday nigfaU at 

840. 

The w men's glee dub will also j I 
meet twiw * 

Both glee clubs will be under the I 

Dim ... ■ 



CLOPS, Jarrett Pryor 






tU I 



> glad to i 



yearbook erf h 

The baaed 
soon be viewed by the eyas that 






Cyclops Picture 
Taking Schedule 



CLOPS -ill In- l.k.-r 



THE CADET BUGLER 



The Cadet Bugler 

limber Georgia Collegiate Press Association 

EDITOR-IN CHIEF Cuu B Scott Jt 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Billy Leilord 

BUSINESS MANAGER fori Williami 

EXECUTIVE NEWS EDITOR Eddie Worrell 
SPORTS EDITOR. Albert ftollim 

EXCHANGE EDITOR Li Portet 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Dor? Beattu and Holland Mangum 
SPORTS STAFF Gem Uasslu 

MANAGING EDITOR 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ST Al I I n Green 

FEATURE STAFF Inn Hill n 

NEWS STAFF Herbert fenttt I Union Wadt 

Anne Wellborn I in i /' 

hour Jack Bate/iron Wesley Channel! 
I II 1 LI V ADVISERS 

PfO/ U / I lull II A 'albert 

SUBSCRIPTION RA'l E 



HUM Hi SYSTEM? 



r of thla i 
Wi hEvs heard storiee, true, pi 
honor system ni ffn ihlnBl m and 1 1 el 
■ ii pi . i thai ■■'■ Hi m' ■ doubl II" hai an 

'nil "ii tli.'t ' " ''I mil 



*7<4e 9HcUte>uUoJi . . . 



Ami PRANNIE and CLIFP! 
Deah, deahl How la I 
Tin , !-■■ togi thai 

, 

■ ■ 
I in i ... .villi MAXWELL ami 

■ 
hla llat. 

n... .mi. i.'. navi ■ 
Preshmon it" time I 

.],;.! hik-heat om- 

[,,11.-1. of th« "(fam." 

I,t. Mill i M..I avallabli 



I h.K 









, Mfftl 









■ ■ 

i books and othoi ("i 



,,l„, 



i the i 



with perfect aafety. 

I «,,.i, n i ii Wn • -i. .pi in,. I l j-i- brought about 

tii.it condition bj logl Istlon i g n few almplo 

Phi n 

|.-,, :, I 1 '.,.■■■ 

practicing the . oncopti oi such a 

fori i" ■■ were aware of an) i lous organisation 

.Mi, r , system. H did nol eprlng up In 

ii ,]iiy nor in n V'iii. Iml tfrrw r - 1 nihiutly ll« LllO If Ira 
apraad through the student body from year to year. 

The 1. 1. -..I ■ !" ahmon ■ ; 

.. , i, . ,ii, i, ■..,:. i ru-y, in turn, con 

pi rhapi lod i" h„. trod n b) 

. i" ■■! "■ lii | lom 

in con Id ■ the honoi ■■■ ■■ m, will v tah 

yourself the following quo tioni 



■ 

■ nowa In.li- 

Ing keen compctltloi 

• \ i:i i I- 

mul Ing "MOOi i 

I! \/l I. RII II Mil- 

i know-! 
HEPPARD and WELLBORN 
leave ui br. 

■i ■ kVES. C ■ Inl 

MARY LEE MORRIfl and 
PARK HH i 



Are 



vilim,: i 



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2 


Arc v.. 


willing to 




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willing ti 


abide by the do< Ii i i 











K ht sue- 








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willini; Ii 


BOIVO ii" a iniintii 


of nlicli 




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Would 


..., be B illn.r ' 


dinxlili'i 










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you bi 


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i. 


many ouhei n 


have I- 


be ■ 




n i< Individual and pri 


bj til. 
















iwn mind thai an 




SYSTEM" cm 


in- founded on anj college 




How 


on,, may 


voll auk. 


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■ I I 
ARMSTONG' 

"Burn" Wha 
MARY ANNE? 

,,:,, e .u. v IIOOTFN- 

■ 

■ .,,,! MISS 

■ 
in n date I 

I 

■ ■ ■ 
itfon well in hand, but 



dozi 



PARI 



■•'II 



difficulty In deciding 



HUM v l 

[JEUTENANT 






i;t h n 

Just a-k SAVAGE. 

El IM ■■ b. cu g In oi 

you and JUNK 8TAMEY. 

■ 
ventured to the "Bai n 
WYNN have thai tvi all don't. 

HI MDE i" keep tl 

■ 

them ull in thi 
,„.'. he thlnki 






My P&tioticU Golattut 



the deciding 



.•IitMmii, Ii l« lilKhh I'imI.i.IiIi- (1ml 

Ui, pari played by the college i tu 

-I - I ii 

■ 

collogoa. 

Dl I OP QIRl ■ IND 

. togvthoi ii, the Din 

ing Hull 1)1)1 irrrllllv OOITIO I 



ii look like n i i i 



id. . 



, bore hi NGC n i 



i faculty vote the i 



ii 



WE WON A GREAT VICTORY! 

The vir'..-. \ . 
Governor Eugene Talmadgc In the rocon! i m > bU.1i 

i , .'.it 'I, -ui od 

■■I lint- ,i, ll,,. Cm, . 
1 ■■ ■ iniii'i Hi.il Hii', vi,'l,.i \ I> Hi. 



..!. mlo freedom 



trill be roitoi 

the State ai Id be [uttl] i 

great educational system, but 

i diversity Syal 



•WHAT mil I "i NTR. 

■ ■ 

■ ■Inl. 'lit, 1,1 

■ 

mighl be ■■■■■ 
quotal 

a pi nl 

lishnielil .1,,-nl its ,1 ■ 
■ 

have had no place to go when the] 

'! 



mill , 






■ 

I 
■ of Regents and to iak 



due to the 

■ 

which ha boon ti 



lychologlcol nature Thi que 

■ 

oroa foi a aopl re la a f i 

■ 

ic hlblted b 

.Is Thla coll 

: thi ■■ i tiling r..i 



■ 
■ i. do nol 

I jii-i t... 

in nil military school 






' 'I" .■iiitillillH' ., i i 

mul brn»> 






definite!) nol 

Hunk Hint i 

■ hmon. 
WI u \ -. i v RIGHT SONG 

N'urili .;, i.i 

llful lima Mo, i 1 ., , 

1 

Lglnal com- 

■ 

I 

■ 



*-••-•-•-* 

Pulse 
Of The 
Campus 

By Jarratt Pry-.r 
• -•-•-••-• 

A Stand For The Truth 

Thi. column wan created thla summer; its main 

■ 

as I, a sophomorf of North Georgia College, see them. 

Waltei Winchell I* one of our greateat newspaper 

columniata becauae h'' printa the truth and because 

hiH culufni. r <■ tMervative view 

■ ■.. newapapem The last 

1 wrote for the BUGLER contained 

injurious to the pride of 

certain persona ot the school. If those individuals — 

who they are— are angry, I want to 

i if .i student who attended 

school this Bummer < an be found that -lid not hold 

the Mine eonvicl -■ that were voiced in mj- column. 

It wo« the truth; yet the irulh sometimes hurU most. 

Cadetfl Say M&ckanaws Are Insufficient 

ays one -if the new freshmen, "how 

,,i inirnl hi-i c- "* " 

Well, there la a question that is hard I 

During most of the time, a miu'k- 

■ . ■ . ■■ ii' it you proh- 



, I,... I , 



rVftei 






mi ol othei military ichool . I found that 

■ the unit n m, Why not 

CI hy not adopt sweaters if 



Reaction OI Cadets Toward Co-eds 

"You know," ■ aid one freshman to mi . "i heard 

was noted for its 'homely' 

i how that certain freshman was fool- 

. i" tore I entered NGC 

I ed. Bui 

rcmebei this, vou £n hmar. The sophomore 

the freshman girla of this year are 

'I ■ -in iiii|,i.,v,'inrri( "V.I those of lust year. May- 

',' ■ '■. hit ii is- ti, ap- 

peal In the 1049 CYCLOPS will be a m 
Cadets Anxious To Begin Practical Work 

ii, .'i.HTliiiK t,, u .sUtement 

made by Col il Ha mi, grill be subject to much 

■ 

■ ■:..'.■■ i- me by These words from 

than any ihmg that I have heard introduced cm the 

■I'li'-niiHi— know Hint 'i , 

ahead of them and they realise chad they will prob- 
ably - be an i 

.. nlv, which la 






i be i 



New Students Saj Thej Like \<.< 

'■' Sunt.. i including both 

hman class arc 

■ 
ool that i- liked, the itudenl 



COED 

COLUMN 



1 began to talk to her. 

the fact that I 

■ 

learned thi*, »hc looked at me as if ihe didn't believe 

i.t the didn't know thai 

Ideational. 

Even in ohurei, i wl Mt ,„ . 

r companion 

The co-eds mzv now rwiving military training 

■ 

■ 

1 h>«eal Education Departm*nt b making this possi- 
thoae lant hour* 

have no trv>ublr attune 



THE CADET BLGLER 



An Eye On The Dust 



BY ALBERT 

ATHLETIC PROGRAM 



r planned at North Georgia Colle 



will begin this 

■ 



r the direc'i r 



"A" COMPANY TAKES LEAD IN SPORTS 
■mmer the wh i„ .t,,, #__ .u . _., 

lead held by 






" Con: 



Mth " 



our un.t Play hard am 
These soort, in which 
> the battle front. Let's 



ia College 

i will take i 



he addition of many talented freshmen 

f— ■" -."■"(">".• ion in..- i-fiurn;nt' of suoh.-nvrt.' --.,.-, every tump 

FRESHMEN 

whether he be "friend" 

TOUCH FOOTBALL 

UJOn should prove very exciting for both 

sms have had a week of practice (must of 

when they run through a play) 

lese practice sessions, should prove the 

i ha:- the m...>t talented f rem men will 

..... ... the sophomores have lab cnurtcs sn 

of the games, but the freshmen have easier 




■ ■ 



touch football < 






lur.y fr.-hm.,n, taking pa. t m these practiee'se^sions" shouid 
ecidmg factor. The team which has the most talented f,-, 
e the team to watch. Many of the sophomores have lab 
hey will miss a few ..f the games but tl 
chedules. Everyone should witness these 

RAMSEY-EXPONENT OF FOOTBALL 

bill and boxing 

■' h;i- had 
- ...-: basketba,, , a 
coaching basketball 
find him . 



.1 an.n."-'... . 
■ t.a-)..'tli;ili : 



■ 



s'from Clintc 



tketball is baxdej 

more Th,. column 

that the students of NGC will 



Oct. 



Mangum Is Named ; ,;;,,.'' ;? 
Business Manager 
Of 1943 Cyclops 



of the 1943 CY- 
place Ji : 

who reigned hecau*. of nthei po- 
sitions which he holds at NGC. 
Mai gfum lias been active on the 
taffi of both the CY- 

thi i Aiu.r Bl GLBF 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



George E. Ramsey 
Becomes Member 
Of Coaching Staff 

Mr. George Ramfil J , irai I 

coach at Clinton. Missouri, has i 
cently joined the Physical Ki 
r North G*< 



. 1 oil.-! 



i phyi 



cal education. 

li>- completed his 

ate work at Waren State Tench 

ers College and completed wort 

Degrei 

western University am 
University of Missouri. 

Mr. Ramsey, while in enlleg.-, 
was a three-letter man in football, 
basketball, and dark 1„ field 

shotput. He played hi.lf-hn.-k In 
football, and forward m basket- 
ball. 

stated that he 



No Chance Now 
Of Water Shortage 



felt marked discomfort when their 
- supply was cut to n 



■ the city hai in 
tailed new faclllti 
ny emergency. 

■ i ■ h diametei 

■ 

the amount of i 
which ran bo luppllfrd. The plant 
apable of pumping 

The i 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

E N J Y 

WHOLESOME FOOD 
YOUK FAVORITE GAME OF 

BILLIARDS 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



-(■ring, hav, 
found to ba ab 

' purifying 

. 



■ froi 



Four New Teachers 



weiU-rn where h* ha- 



Scearce Announces NGC Will 
Have Boxing Tourney; Nov. 7 

By ALBERT RHI 1 INS 

Dahlonepa, Ga., Oct. 6.— Coach J. B, Scearce of North 

Georgia College announced today that boxing would 
definitely be included on the college sports program, 

ill begin about the seventh of 

e went on to say. 

ystem that will be used hi 

determining I hi (e mi- ! . 

I 
ll Will meet III B f«« dOJ I tO 

■ 

here are four possible choices 

. n ill in ll-, ,i. 
ll choii u i \ 

limited niiml'i'! ■ ■: iie.-!m,.-ii i 



Scearce Says New 
Athletic Program 
A Step For Victory 

This fall North Georgia College 
will have a completelj ■ ■ ■ 

|in>irtiim eonsistiiiL.- ,-f entirely dif- 

program will be similar to that of 

the Pro-flight chord m the Uni- 

Georgia. 

I 
have just begun to realise the se- 
lf this whole iituat 

H ■ i ■ 
thai the wo 

we must win it before we h.-e.ii 

to talk of peace w.- cannot win 
it by m.-viK baying '■■'• 
and Stamp . even though it does 
hi Ip .i v-i. At deal, bul by havi 

men, and I'm going to do my h 
to pr< pan th< e ideta nt North 

Georeja College foi nctllol 



He 



"The 



is the time to prepare them foi 

■ 
must have tin- full cooperation of 



will 



The net 

of bin- chinning, rope climbing, 
boxing, tumb 

man to man romlmt, and football. 
Tin- . ■-... liiiu- ,tiif( plan ■ to divide 
the fie -hllleli and : ( .| ,li, i rim i e:« mlo 
different cUtlM BO I 
ffrntin will be ahle t„ lake 



News Bulletin 

— Continued frum Front I'aite 
itation « ill be formed In the neai 

future i,l N 

all HtudentJi 

'tiling and phy Ically 



aide i 



donate 



don on will be u>v< 



blood 
ii phy»i 









.-. pom ■ ii ii 

company with mem! 

weight, (S) A i ■■mi' 

: i. ihmon and ophomoi i ■ to farm 

■ team, 1 1) ti„- 'V»ld 

in -11111, n elimination 

ughl on the ollinlnatlon 

kid tin' 

■ee.oiil ol Ihlld ■-.V.li'lil would lie 



led i 



■mind , 



9 I .|. . ii. d ; 'i"'i 

the boxing »oe ton will furnil 
plentj of oxoltomonl for both fresli 



YMCA Discusses 
Plans for New Year 

Loit Wedneadoy nlghl the 

■ 
cila held ii joint meeting to dlicuit 
■ i i the ^ member 
hip pleni '■" the tudonl direc- 
tor! to ba publl hi -i bj Hi.- ■> ai ., 
held mi Importnnl pari In thi dl ■ 

Willi and the reel of 
who have 

. .' i.. Jo ., ., . Qon 

\ booth will remain 

i ,i few moi 

- 

tud 

i elvc the ■ 

tin- v room 

plngpong table ■-. and bo ■. ■ hah . 

nvlted '■■ n it the in 

any time dm Ins 
i for ■ 

v. in. h will liirlude 
■ ■ liege oiididdiM, and 









be 



I \ I.KTS 
We ap] 

the patronage 

that you hi 
us. Best of luck 

WOODY8 

ON' THK 



WELCOME FRESHMEN! 

Ill SOPHOMORES! 

VISIT US FOR YOUR 

EVERY SCHOOL NEED 

STATIONERY .-.ml PENNANTS 

TASI 1 KV Hi- INDW [I mi 

H"i | H0C0LATE Hot COFFEE 



SMITH'S 

"Where C'olJeffe Friends Meet" 
•III i BONDS and -l IMPS 



THE CADET BUGLER 



North Georgia Colleg* 
.Dahlonega, Georgia 



TUESDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1942 



OLD SAYING DISPROVED AS 
BEAUTIFUL CO-EDS ARRIVE 



Churches Offer Spiritual Guidance; 
Students Are Invited To Take Lead 




MONDAY ■ TUESDAY 
October 12th and 13th 

"Captains Of The 
Clouds" 

James Cagney 
Brenda Marshall 

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14 
"I Was Framed" 

Reegis Toomy 

THURSDAY - FRIDAY 

October 15th and 16th 

"Paris Calling" 

Randolph Scotl 

SATURDAY. October 17th 
"(Jold Rush" 
Charlie Chaplin 

\lii\ll\V . TUESDAY 

October 19th and 20th 

"Hellza Puppin' " 

Olsen and Johnson 

Martha I: ,■... 

WEDNESDAY, Oct Hal 
"Larency Inc." 
Edward G. Robinson 

Till RSDA1 - I Kin w 
October 22nd and 23rd 
"Male Animal" 

Fonda 
Oliva de Bavilland 

SATURDAY, Oct 21th 
"Juke Box Jennie" 

Milliard 

Murray 

HONDA! TUESDAY 
October 2'.lh and 27lh 

"Broadway" 

Rafl 

Blair 



Dahiouega, Georgia 



V^ y Cadet Sugki & 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



Thieves Take 
Articles From 
NGC Dorms 

Executive Committee 
Offers Suggestions For 
Prevention of Stealing 



i staff reporter of the Cadet 
conducted a survey ^hich 
that a surprisingly large 

■ of articles ami money hav< 



I..tior 






of cash are missing Cadets 
Company Barracks have 
the loss of a watch, twenty 
in caah, and a radio. In 
Hall, thefts of om radio, 






all Cadets' loss 



.rtcfl 



ind two pairs of khaki pants, ore 

Thi Student Executli i 
cc. under the leadership of Guy 
i. Scott, Jr.. has drawn up a set 
if BUfgeatlona to enable students 
o protect their possessions Among 
hese are such suggestions as' 
I) Take money and valuables to 
Id ■■{ leaving them in 

m [2) I k rooms when there 

s no one in tliem, and (3) Keep 

large amounts of 

(loricy .in yi.'Ui [n.'i-srin. Deposit 



News Bulletin 



"JINGLEERS" TO PLAY 
FOR DANCE HERE 

The Clemson "Jungleers" i 
play for an Officers' Club Da 
here on Saturday, November 
Admission will be |1.10. 
NEW GYM ROOM OPEN 

Coach J. B. Scearce announced 
this week that the new gym 
is open and ready for use. 
room is located in the baser™ 
the Barracks and has a boxing 
punching bags, and complete 



■ Phy! 



Rev. Long Presides 
At NGC Religious 
Emphasis Week 



K. ilK 



..phi. 



sored annually by the VM> \ ,..i 
vv, i \. began today with a pro- 
gram conducted by Rev. Nat G. 
Long, pastor of Glenn Memorial 
church at Emory Univi 
Atlanta. Services will be held in 
line with this DtOvemenl through 



.e permitted and 
service, it ii hoped, will be 
about "Love, Courtship, and Marri- 



■ 



No College Students Under 18-19 Year Old 
Draft Law To Be Called Until July 1943 




SERGEANT McCRlMMON, 

Lieutenant Glenn York, give 



ith the aid of Cadet 
instruction in rifle 



ship to a cadet on the new NGC rifle range. 



Modern NGC Infirmary Opens 
As "Gold Brick" Era Closes 

The N.G.C. infirmary is ai last completed and ready 
for future patients; however, real patients will be there 
this time because there will be no more display of the 

'ole time technique" which fall:, under the iliil.i. 
fication of "goldbrickinc." 

Honor Day To Be Held 

In Next Two Weeks 



Information Revealed 
After S. V. Sanford 
Visits Washington 
m .m itudenta oi North Georgia 
College were heed for the tint 
i i h with i Ik- serious- 

old draft low. Ac- 
cording to Preildi nl J I '.■ 

■ 
ly from Chancellor 9 \ 
nil students, who are now enrolled 

I Hi .'■■ b 111 not < [led mi, (ii 

-ii.iv i, 1948 

reci Ived thl Infoi raatlon « Irili In 

W l Mngton To i changes. 

Thli will bIvi Bverj tudi nl oi 

. p ■ H In 

■ 

I | ■ 

■ 

thai in' did rtol i ■ pqi I i doi Idi d 

■ Ml .Ml,., 1,1 l„ tl.i SlITll 






toy i 



n Uarnes j wind 
He will nrnui 



I the : 



I times be clad to discuss any ■■„„.,,," „,,.. ,,( fooie BO f t bed* 

■ 

iehidal< ■ 

.... 
. end ilthi 
Dean Donovan must In 









Dean Donovan Says — 

"COEDS COOPERATIVE, 
MALES ARE PLEASING" 

Miss Alice Donovnn fl 
■ 

placed Mrs. 
tlrmm Holloway a* !'■ 

wry pleased 

■ 
Georgia College She thinks the 
coeds cooperative, the masculine 



soars upward, theref 

■ 
of the put (but ne\ 



but a thing 



nght 



i, who taught ■ 



b.1:.- 



All 



helped her in solv- 
■ 
and will help hrr here in North 
Georgia. Before going to Milledge- 
■ orkad (or 
seven years with the Farm Securi- 
ty Administration. The new Dean 
was in charge at the State Wonaa's 
College from March 
this fan, when she assumed dutiee 
H re.cn here. 
Mim Donovan says the coeds at 
,-.a are eery helpful and 
have responded unanimously to all 
she kas asked. She also stale* 
i no discernible diff* 



H 

MISS \i i. r . DONOI \v n. 



ir>i,.rf on the KCC « 






She believes that 



way to do this i 



■ hate 



-socials' for all the 

ly and faculty. The 

new Women's Dean has already 

gained wide popularity with both 

■Ise- ' coeds and cadets, and all North 

womm students Georgia College welcomes 



medicine n* i- , 



.i i Ithi i Bandar, '"• , 

ibcr I, or Sunday, N.n. .nl., i 

Thi, d*> wi known u 



which will be given ool to "I " 
« oapon) Sophomores, will be 

"I l-'.lll . Ill I I I I,, l.,,,i,.r 

b«n -.ii ht red, whit*, bine, 



Debate Club Meets 
U. of Ga. t Emory 
In Forensic Tours 

Prof u i i 
1 ■ ■ i Ihoi thi Debi 
orgintiod " :i1 

■ 
heduti 'i Thi ■ luii Ii 
to meet thi I ■ 

in and mi. mi . 

i 
| 

I ■ , ,i. I ,:.■. ,1 

. 

to Tux in., I ['■ i 

i ■ , , p .. 

i ■ 

i All Settle' 

■ ■■ tho Ad 

... Which 

pj thl 



Food Stuff For Dining Hall 
:; ( Bought By State Purchasing Board; 
No Labor Shortage In Kitchen 



<tt Grady Hospital 
put in charge of 
Clink for three y 



and, after 



wni head nurse at th. 

: itary Academy llos 
pitel in College Park. Ge. Befor. 
arriving here, she was in charg< 
of Muscogee County llnepital, al 
Columbus. She has had twentj 
years experience in the norsini 



It i 



I July. 






the foundation en 

infirmary finally 
Approximately a 

plrtad, and it was not opened ontil 
October 19. 1942 The coat of this 
building with equipment (which 
includes soch artklea as beds, a 
refrigerator furnished with pad- 
lock, an operating table, also surgi- 
cal instruments needeei | 
performance.'' and all the other 



DnhJoocga stay 



"flossed wishes her 



. a.. . 



Georgia 



olUfi I 



■ , ■ ■ 

obtaining ad 
today is faced 

Food ntpp 
bought en l 
gia State Purchasing Department 
m Atlanta after reeoB 
have been made by Mrs. Avii 
■ isn. and Mr R II 

* quarterly baait with 

DaaUag " 



illy i 






i of Al | 



• I will I 

In the Idtel 

■ 

■ i 
■ 

because of 

■ 

nanager Many foods have disappeared 
■ 

■ 
Uiaed services are re- 

. 

sn be purchased by Hi , they can 

r Mr. We. 

i - - bet that some foode 
lode all vegetables ar„ 
, r- ■ "f meat. 

iere had been some trouble in ' *»* • h * ,v ' " 

■en labor" because cauw-d by the quantity in which 

:■ ■ 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Tuesday, October 27, 1942 



The Cadet Bugler 

hlembtr Ceoraia Collision- P"f Assoc'""""' 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Cm B «»"••") 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Billa Udford 

BUSINESS MANAGER ..Earl Wi»«™ 

EXECUTIVE NEWS EDITOR £<fdie Worrell 

SPORTS EDITOR Alben Rollim 

EXCHANGE EDITOR Leiws Porter 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Don Beany and" Holland Mangum 

cnmoTS ST \FF ^''' , " "ojmk 

mSJaGIW EDITOR : **"'*£, 

mOTOGRAPHIC STAFF Ceorae Green 

Clinton Wade, Jack Bargeron 
FACULTY ADVISEM g , „„„ 



iUSicRTPTION RATH ^jj™ ff JgJ 

published every three weiK* iy un , |jn . ,„, O pl n |oti Oi 



pation ana ln [ ' t uti( , n [ K twi'iri the siu'J 

SGCNFFnS .NHONOKSYSTK:.^ 

in NCC till students need one. 
. hB.Ulefiel.iM " f Europe. Afrit's. 

Tiny arc dying 



NGC i 



■ 



i Col lege. 



code. Dot 









y - Do m i 



:tii)iks ik'i.ifiI lu<>king ' 
I. . hi 



only ''i".'' ■ I I " 

Thin editorial la not a condemnation of i 

students of North Georgia C° u «*' ' luUtngi 

them to remember that when v" '"■'"i. ...... i 

by doing 



nutV.int: ,h1,1 



7 ,|,i y betraying i 






*7^e yHclnetoUo* . . . 



CHARLIE HALL i 



■n-ivil ■ 



the 



ften I 
MARTHA ANN- 



I'lr. r, 



halta gal! A 
U» TURNER 

what h»K happened 
a „f MILLER »<<d 
MANRY. It had such a grand be- 
Inning and 

It 



that "Bri 



AN- 

•hy young 



Lri UPSHAW UK. WYNNK go- 

K in the ocean 

... then is alw»y* 
h,,M.v of Inl Ins 
HAHY OF THE CWJIPUB" 
SMITH in plenty Mill 

,tly «10W«d wny undiT by lh*l 



,i i ii I i ! BO I 

the chance 
b, , . i. i" RDEN a raw minute 
during "ral wok." It Hami thi 
m mull be "moh ■■ 

!■■ II ■ 

o . MlTH, n -i 

dn'l tleh 'nnff aid- 



NIX and MAXWELL have 



;.-.- popular vote— 

d the campus. 
HOLLY ami BKNNIE can't agrct 
.„ i,„.. Friend or rather— mayht 



n gal, let"" 



thf ANGLIN 



JOB SAM 

..I to the happy memor 

,-ryear. HUGHES an 



, ,| [lk« t'i intrude 

H, i, . :,,,■ grand now nrttl l!l, >' 
Buck. 

,\ pBICE would Uka '" ' ' k " 

t„, ntuj little. VIRGINIA 

Mfm« to catch on quickly. 



My PeAAa+ud GoIumu* 



YOUNG PEOPLE AND THE WAR 



IlT ' 

PTVB PER CEN1 ' I DBB U 
i.w ON DANC1N0 

,• offing a, rdlng <o « praea 

dlipatoh received In lh« offlw ol 
the Bl QL1 11 rhl ' tai 



*•-•-•-•-•-•* 
+ Palie *l * 

* ^ GanvfuU * 

Br Jarratt Prjor 
*•-•-•••-• * 

Let Blouses Keep Cadets Warm 



objec 

having anything to top them warm, the student. 
m .v cr,„„Jer a proposal- Major Hutcherson 
i after a talk with Colonel Hammond on this sub- 
ject/that he trill probably propose that the blouse be 
•ompul.ory part of the uniform dnniuj the Winter 
u.rter But what do the students think about this? 

Want to Get Their Money's Worth 

The first reason for the cadet, favoring this 
roposal is that a blouse, which cost, nearly twenty 
ollars. should gi ve it» owner more service n 

, it twenty-five or thirty time.. And 
remember this as Major Hutcherson has stated: an 
.iHlttonll •v-uier or jacket would only be an added 
financial burden for the cadet.. But let u. pame a 

What About Being Compulsory 

The boys to whom I have talked are in favor ol 
of the use of blouses, but not on a compulsory basis. 
Thev want to be able to wear them when they need 
them, not u. be compelled to wear them even if they 
are uneomforUSble. 

For Looks of .Battalion __, _ _ ft| . - 



if 






the 



, there Is plenty of 



l the 



i foi 



Let's Examine Our Military' Discipline 

sen of an Atlanta theatre is flashed 
a picture of the flag of the United States. The 
.sheara and thundering applause from the patrons of 
proof enough that Americans are to- 
day proud t 



by 



flag. But let's 



ttoyi will !" 

. n tbli In 

vinhm nliidem. 



irim " he u i arvlce tha wni 

,11 y.-|t, Ml . I.IU'IV ..in. mi H.'.' I ' 

: rt«edy" f"i • *hiie. 



i ■ 

whoe 



..fully . 



hand, thr gnvi'in I >■> .'nllitiK *'■■■■ 

xainod in BtngUib, n - 

i physical herdtl d, and foi glrli 

a of thi liege •■ 



ii 



itenography, typewriting, " 

chemislry, liinliitry i.tul lu-iiltli, Iwlmli'lim 

. ' quoti Ij train* d 

womei i ' I"- luppll u ■ ■ 

clear that nil oolloge BtodanU should fully avail 

Hi. -in-, ivi- . ol the :•■ colorati il ■ olli > a i I and 

thai thoir Crlend who will i raduat. (to rn ■■ ' ; 

. -.i. gi ■■■■ rl with lolaj i ""»' rly, ■ largi 

intortng oollage; nowi ii eollage 

training Is i ■ >■■■ iin.i. i '■<■ • < "" li - 1 " '■■ 

upon grndmiti u ■ ■■■ 

oppoi tunitj are, therefore foi i ollege "" n 
women and foi high i ho il t»i ai A glrU alike The 
, u through 

■ . i.in- nation through 

■ . of our society 

ami ..I. -m.. I-.. \ Hi '"f.li .t .!■'■ i ■■ 

■ '■ '■■•■'■' -H'.i n. i' .il In- 



that ha* a d 

riooi iii "■■■"I '■■ ,im h 'iin ' 

fo" whanevi i 

.■ ■i.--i. i and buyi 

. ■ ttrtnl i hi a 

paj ■ five m 

i .i 'i. .i ■ 

•llolllll III' pill 

mi abomination, in thl 

i 
. ii 

■ irfald .1 ling ii 

1 ■ ■ 

■ 
than tiu'v il" .mi ol '' 

I : , . 



i ill ill. i DAI 

crowded i Ill "■'' 

i ., period In the hells of 

1I( ,i ■■If Building*. There is 

i ,i, .in . mdJUon baoaaae II 

, althai "f Ihaai building i 

.. :,■ dlfficull to 






t loss of II 



building' during 
. 
in know ii"" 'i ' 
out whan u Hi 

I i,.. i mm .in to -""y that 

II I 1 .1 ■■ I ■ ■ 

■ 

.1 i I. "Mi. ju»l ai thi 

hence thai any non fireproof 
■ . 

Why can't we! 



■Jook" i ■ 

in- i'ii. i ni .iiiuii'ii 

■ 
1 

■ 

I Ml ft] r 






third In ■ I 

roi enl racult] and 

lorn. Thl- rdilorUI 



. I 



kill, 



ile, 









.uiy'liinL- In. ill. I il 1 1 in . 



■ 

I 

■ 

quote "A i ■■ 

II 
■ branch of 
■ 

■ 

raiaon In 
and ha* s 

' CThe IK-an 

I ■ ■ ■ . ' 

.... 
Dining Ball have famed • 

■ 

Ii 
■■■ 
■ ■ i 



COLD ■' \m IE' 

■ 

■ 

■ 

■ 

■ 
was a great 

■ ■ 

■ 

■ 

■ 
f"i,.,.mr ta*k* t i 

■ 

og unit at 
OM by and 



College 
the symbol for which 
today dying. 
Faculty Guilty of Disrespect 

" ry iftamoon as the bugler sends the notes of 

resounding ncros*. the red old hills of North 

Georgia, and a* the "Stars and Stupes" are graduul- 

i, t ighl down froffl thell surveying view of NGC, 

, ..hatovcr they are doing to pay their 

kmeriean Plag. But sorry to Bay, cer- 

rtroHing klanro- 

taking o few minutes o* their time U 

■tand ai attention during the brief ceremony of re- 

reat Although the student body does not voice their 

blood, they do disapprove. 

lM . i ■.-,,.. nil ■ the reputatli n ol the tnaiahaje 

i lergolj formulated by their repuu- 
. omitl Cadt-ts 
' ■ ■ 

of the military 

was lowered. 

the school band 

. of a military 

system that has a roputntio 

miliary courtaay Draaaad in i 1 "'" full uniform, the*< 
hand salute a* Ii 
hi if military manual, ramovi a thi I 
oversea* cap and placed 11 OTaj thall heart. Thii 
gnonnca; thii type " 
I 
\ Compltment to Instructor Ramsey 
■ 
■ 

li t,.r has alread; 

y hope 



I nf * ■ X C f 1 1 1- M i . 






I believe that a boy 









tally as good < 



coeds took exercises with the cadet* 
■ 
. t-t>eds did. 

i.'.anjilingbrarrche* from 
■ 

my most sincere appreciation. 
1 different occasions, 1 have heard 

eadeU proclaim Mr. Clark as the wittiest man they 

.. it to place « 






■ 
organiie.1 

and trained 



,c'i bed: the fu» 
} utirk thwr ' 
he eadeta were wrong afa 



Kach company could be 



I someone removed my new r»d>° 

from my room. 

effort. Wilbur Johnson, of Senoia. seemed to t* *> kI « 

aach worrying, so a member of hi* family sen 

id the \im a u leu the bird do all B* 

Bg Wilbur says happy days are hare ag«>n 



Tuesday, October : 



THE CADET BUGLER 



An Eye On The Dust 

BY ALBERT ROLLINS 

WHAT REAL FOOTBALL? 

It is hoped that in the future touch foothill n-i 
in our Intermural Sports Program 
might be substituted. There is on 



ts place regular 
! thoroughly inves 



NEWS FROM PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT FRONT 



and the drill field to make the students of NGC the "toughe 
tudents in the state. The program this winter will ' ' 
r, tumbling basketball, and boxing for both the freshn 
imons. It has also been announced that there will be i 
in the sports program, but that track would be under i 




obtained the 



NEW SPORTS EQUIPMENT 

Coach Scearce says that, in alt probabilitj 

striking bags fur boxing, a parallel chinning 
bars will be added to the new gyro room. If 
gym room will be complete from one end to t 

"Y" ROOM ALWAYS OPEN 

Hugh Mills announces that the "T" room 
than ever. The "Y" room offers a congenial t 
or for reading the morning paper, LI I h. LOOS 

.-■■■■ ■..■■ : :.- 

FRESHMEN TO BOX 

i a desire to box for their company 
ysieally able. The sophomore! 
! the freshmen should be safer. 



r READERS DIGEST 
■ "e "Y-son 

i valuable 



Dred by the "Y" 






FOOTBALL RESULTS (incomplete) 

' Company — 

" Company — 20 

V" Company— 7 . .. 

' Company — 12 ... 

Company— 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 
or 

WHOLESOME FUN 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



BESS is pictured here in the operating 
' the new infirmary. This room is well 
I with surgical instruments, sterilizers, etc., 
^adv for any emergency. 



Days of "Bloody Bouts" Over 
As Rules for Boxing Tourney 
Are Announced by Scearce 



By Albert Rollins 

DAHLONEGA, GA.. October 27 

— Coach Scearce announced today 

that freshman boxing will begin 

November 7. The Freshman box- 



the rules of t 



L -jtfh t 



I held i 



the Freshman have been ta- 
wed, If Ih, ) . 
to box at this Interview, they 
'elghcd and examined. Only 
;ood 



;ondltion and 









mitt.'.l 






d/hi i 






■■■ighed in 



Welcome, N.G.C. Students 

May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

VOIR COLLEGE DRUG STORK 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NTNNALLY'S CANDIES 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



the frosh wet 
rare elawlfied 

.',■,1-1,1 into right dlttei 

1 ..v one-half „f all thoie 
■proaaed the de In to boi mhm 
hey wwra interviewed and of thoae, 
nly thoae who an physically able 

right «dii 

will choose 
U t rjf nil fTu-n in eifib 

fight in that weight All other 
■ 

to; competl- 

1 over to boxing. All the Fr.-.h- 

■ 

1 

hether they f.gl 

boya in companies 

■■•■ oar coach™ [a 

tl 
« to ri»ow th«' 



Records From 

Rec 



Kl i 



PROM RBCt The 

An activity fo. 



SONG COM) 

he first rent competition «i 

sen In the college BUtrltoriui 
ne evening of Mom mbi t B 
■ur teamj will vie agaiiMt 
ther to see which can look 



SOFTBALL: At the time 



■ 



■ 



Rifle Firing 
By All Cadets 
Begun at NGC 



The 



of North Georgia 



College have begun 

deni must Kre two hundred tod 

forty rounds of ammunition at a 

targerl HftJ feet away. A .22 

■ barrel attached to a 

large slock is use.! for this firing. 

The Sophomores have begun 

Every Sophomore 

■ ronnde, i Ightj prelominarv 



pie ted their firing, they will net i 
■' . fre ihmer 
The records of all men will 1 
listed as to companies and thei 



Practice For 1943 
Cage Season Begins 
With 40 Hopefuls 



, llllV! 



rh. 



report 



talented freehmeii and a large 
group of last year'* star*. The 

freshmen havi' rml i-m.ih ,,| ,.».mgh 

.■I to determine the most voluble 

rroapect* for the team thll yiiir 

1 1' in!- ■■! garni 

'p lining neason ha» not been com- 
pleted. In lli,' paM it he I bt ■ ii 1 lb, 

thi Uhlotti \ mIi 

and arrange the Mhedalu ii 
U am, bul dm to the gnu nil no 
ire nliortnge echedlllM will not 
mpleted ii quick!) i before 
i„ iplte t»l tl ■ 

to have between iU 
een ami eJghtei 

i , ' jn u bfaa I tdi ' ■ won eleven 
ramee end loat nix. although only 

■ 
played the colon "f NfOi thi 

i ■ 
bould (an i ■ 

tveral "■ Id , 

o Un Kroad 



■ 



■ ■ 



■ 
■ 

a Tnumamrnt 
require* th»* boxrra to lake 



■ he I 



■ 
■ 
ret up prepared t« f,ght 



You can always find 

Aunt Betty's 

Bread and Cakes 
;tt th,- EXCHANGE 

Smith's 



Small & Estes 



CADETS 
We appreciate 

the patronage 
that you have given 
ub. Best of luck 

WOODY'S 

ON THE SQUARE 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 8 a. m , 4 p. m. 
Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:15 a. m., 2 p. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8 a. m„ 4 p. m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 4 p. m., 6 p.m. 
12.00 Sperial Week It T. to Atlanta 
11.00 Special Week R.T. to Gainesville 

fPLUS S% rEDEXAI. TAX) 



Dahlonega, Oeorgia 

THE CADET BUGLER 



Deans List 
Is Announced 
For Quarter 



Georgia College who earned i 
place on the Honor List during th 
summer quarter of 29-12 by makinj 
an average of "B", with no grHdi 
lower than "C", were announcer 
this week by the office of Dean 
Sinnons. 

A total of fifty-eight students, 
of whom forty-eight are cadets and 
ten coeds, were designated honor 



I CAMPUS SURVEY 

\ Quizzes Students On Honor System 



Following is the list released 
he Dean: 
■ Adkins, Jack Arnold, Keysvi 

Andrews, Percy C, Thomasvi 



Barton, Deforest, Ronsville, 
Battle, Charles T., Eliavflle, 
Bogle, John Earle. McRae. 
Brown, Betty Jean, WanwrtOD. 
Brown, James Lelghton, HaxtWal 
Burch, Will A., Eastman. 
Carr. Richard, Thomasville. 
Carter, James E., Sanford, Pla. 
Chitty, Jack H., Cedarlown. 
Cochran, Van '/,., Covington. 

ma, Albany. 
Crumbley, Arthur J,, AtJuntu. 
Dans, Carter F„ Fitzgerald. 
Davis, Cecil C, i Unlay, 
Downs, Harry, Conyem. 
English, Thalmn, Pi nfli 1 1 
Bthrldgi . John I Hart tt II 
■ 

laid, i ordi ;■ . 

ChUTOtt, Billy ! 

\ , I nil. | vpllr.. 

Hartley, William, Hi llywc id, <-'■■■ 
HedquUt, John li . Blborton. 
ii« ndorson, Poto, ffadli | 
Hick», Joseph, Moultrli 

Hill, Mary Jean, fflndai 

■ 

Bui kaby, l layton, Qrlilfin 

Eandrlek, v 

ECoanunur, 

i i ■ .' 

Mi i onnall, Jeff, Oommori a 
Man ii Joi .1 ., ti nlnton, 
Mills, Hugh M„ Albany. 
Hlogli do IT, Brnoal I prlnjflald 

Perdue, Jock II, II utOD 

Pippin, W it, Macon, 

Porter, Leatoi I 



NGC Coeds 
Take Physical 
Ed. Course 



....,..!..■ 



Are v.,u willini; to n|,*. 
,nd themes? 
Vcn— 30% No— 70%. 



hal an honor »"lnn wouM m. In. I. .' 
Yea— 70% No— 3»%. 

'Ou willing to abide by the dr< 



| b, ,,M,„ 

■ body, and would ron l..^ arfUI&| 
A. Tea— 009s No— io%. 



Would yon I. 



•xpcl you fr< 
i member of nurh 



college? 

rouneil? 



WlN,.|m, 



NGC Science Club to Sponsor 
College Blood Bank Soon 

The Science club of North Georgia College bo poo oi 

.-i fnll, r .- i-i J hank n.rr.i-iiina to Pre Idenl .1 - R . . 

; ""' Dr. II. B. Forrester, The plan for blood bank 

BrewelJ underway, The only difficulty Is that NGC has 
no p/aj oi eenttfui tag the blood and jetting II to Atlanta, 

In ! 1 .,..| H- 



Physic 






w,.r 



.1 ,,!,.,., 






orWiMj 1 



. tli ■■. ffm Up h 
tht ],(,- „r uu Ua 
next meeting of I 

1:1 1.1 hi iii on :■■ 



■ 

'I In- , I11I, I 

1 Pn D 

id othi 1 ii 

,„, Thi ■ 

principal Uvi a bi 1 U 1 undi 1 






the 



a -. wii ■ 

■ Hi li. 'i f, Dahlonaga 

Bcaloa, Edwin ■ 



: ,.., 



H, 



"li'ii 11, Mm ■■ I- I. M. , 

■ ■ii'-' 1 , Jobn 1 ' , Haooi 

B b, Prodi ■ 1 11 '.i 

M ■ 1 ||] 

Taylor, William m . Dan 

1 '. 1. 1.. 1, i: u , 
Vo/a Ruth, Alio 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

rour Headquarter! for all kind* of 

SANDWICHES DRINKS - LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



JOHN H. MOORE & SON 

General Merchandise 



A Friend of North Georgia College 
DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



SATISFYING SERVICE 



John H. Moore Robert M. Moore 



Carol Service Dec. 13 

i'v the men 
"'-I woman' a;I« clsfa trill i., thi 
annual Chriatmim r„. i 

I laj i m rjtog, Doci 1 1:. I'm ■ 

I 

|] i m 

po ad oi 1 

"M ' ■ ■ 

"' ' I 'i " 1 



Freshman Condi tiooing Course, 
girl in schoolv has had a 
igh physical examination and 
id the result* of her exami- 
explained to her so that she 
irncdy any physical defects 
of which she is awnre. This 
dttloning course may be outlir 
follows: 



(B) Practical knowledge of per- 
nent health factors. 

(I t . 1 ■ .1 t -rr,up of informal 

paddle badminton, shuffle 
onrd. ping-pong, han-l polo, dodgi 

(D) Conditioning exercises. Then 

xorcUca are practically the «arm 

tht) ■ 'I ad In the department 



Tuesday. October 27, 194 

CADETS PROVE MORE 
VAIN THAN COEDS 

"Vanity, thy name is woman." 
but. according to Jarratt Pry or. 
editor of the '43 CYCLOPS. 
changed. 

ist when Mr. Pryor 
rge of hating the 



It 1 






they look prelly « 



Th« ■ 






th.- 



in u \Kii- sr.d 
LOST Ons brown wrl 
1 B Central »h.>ck u 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 



A HANK Villi CAN HANK ON 



COUBTES* SERVICE EFFICTENCY 
Member k.iu.c. 

Bank of Dahlonega 



WELCOME FRESHMEN! 
Ill SOPHOMORESI 

VISIT US FOB YOUR 
CH001 NEED 
STATIONER! and ri NT 
" n KM 111. SANDWICHES 

SMITH'S 

■Where Colleue Friend* Meet" 
'l 1 ! I BONDS .i.„l STAMPS" 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

or 
A Good Car To Rent 



Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 

Wednesday, Oct. 28 

"BULLET SCABS" 

Reels Tooraney 

Thurs.. Fri., Oct. 29-30 

TT STARTED WITH EVE" 



Saturday, Oct. 31 

"ROXHS HART" 

with 
Ginger Ropers 

Mon.. Tues.. Nov. 2-3 

"SABOTEUR" 

Wednesday, Nov. 4 

"MELODIES OLD AND 

NEW" 

Thurs.. IVi.. Nov. 5-8 
ALWAYS l\ MY HEART" 

Saturday, \<>\. 7 
'THE MAN WHO 
wni I DNT DIE" 



Mon.. Tu.-.. \,,v !.. In 
in mis OUR LIFE" 



Wednesday, Nov. 11 
BATTLE CRT of CHIN V 



Saturday, N,„. 1 1 
■RTNCS „n iiki; FINGER" 



V #• Cadet 



Stewart Library 
h Georgia Colli 



The Voice Of North Georgia College 



DAHLONEGA. GEORGIA. TIE 




Pres. Caldwell news j3ulleti« HIGHTOWER NAMED "MISS NGC;" 



Lauds NGC 
At Meeting 

Council Considers Demands 
I'pon Colleges of 
Modifying Curriculum 



maximum during ihis c 
period," was the stal 

■ ildwel] of the 
iiiivvi -i-.j- of Georgia in speaking 
of the nil on! War Program of 
North Georgia College i 
meeting of the University System 
..f Genrgiii I'iiurn'il held in Athens 



November 2h, ei 

day night) Novi 

DRAFT REGISTRATION 

It has been revealed by £ 






Collef 



b commendation for lit , 
>n the EducaUon War Program and 
it was reliably stated" thai NGC was 
doing more than any other unit of 

the University System <ri G ■gia 

ting of the University 
if Georgia Council was 

■ 

"lieges as to how they 

■■'■■ ■! then run ieulum to 
i I vmi n.iil- an. I In study pi-.ili- 




McCONNELL, BROWN OUTSTANDING 
IN NGC WHO'S WHO CONTEST 

HOLCOMBE, MOORE, MITCHELL, HIGHTOWER. 
CARTER CHOSEN AS CAMPUS HEAUTIES 
In the recent Who's Who at North Georgia College 
:ontest sponsored by the CYCLOPS and the CADET 

BUGLER. Miss Betty Rose Hightower was sell I i 

"Misa North Georgia College" along with twentj three 
other students and faculty memhrrs win uciv .-ii. .t . 
be represented in Who'e Who. 



NGC's 2 'Daddys- 
Barnes and Belcher 

Like an expiation in the rhem- 
iatry laboratory, the fourth period 
' herniate] Chan was awakened 
from iu peaceful (dumber by a 
me**age for Prof. Robert Belcher. 

Profi -in Belcher, ■ nen member 
of the fatuity, received a telegram 
From Norman Park. Georgia. h'" 
formcr residence. DpOB reading 



Dramatic Club 
Gives Play In 
Chapel Nov. 19 



Prof. M. L. .Johnson 
Joins N. G, College 
Math. Depart men! 



Georgia Colle) 



The Dramat 

Nuv.infii'i IV, 



fi.ll.M 



Bunkett (a city fellow)- Carroll 

Armstrong; Vera (a city "gal") — 
Margarel Mill: Lolly tan old maid) 

—Ethel M... in; 
.-.id woman) Bi 



BOHT'MIR KRYL, CON- 
DUCTOR, Of symphony 
orchestra which will ap- 
pear here December 2. 



■ ntlv I 



. Hi,.- 



I \l, M 



n Ii el i the five i I., .mm 

eooda which will later be unnngi 

bj Cecil It. do MUlo, Pay til] 

Moore, Pram 

r . Bightovn 

.i.n UcConnoll nnd Betty J« 
(Butch) Brown worn each oleoti 



College Celebrates 
Armistice Day; 
Bridges Speaks 



I Johnson »ho will be profe*»or 

of mathematics. Mr Johnson ar 
rived Inst wrek. 

I.. North 

Mantua, Ohio, where 

l;| - ll ' ■ "I ''I I. ' 

lli- holds .. it S dogree << Konl 

State College, Kent, 01 

M a iii greg a nil ,, major In n 



Bottj Jean Brown 

\|.,,i ,\ ' I . U ■ p i - i ■ 



\\. | 



K. . 



Non 



had i 






wolf 






i 
poor but honeel 

■ . \l-ll lil u-....il .■mil I- > riri 

.1 Marion Anltman. 
During the chape] period rue 
. ibei it. the group pra> 
sented an interesting program. 



- -if i 



The 



i , i Wednesday. The 

which the en! 

tieipated. Following I 

I. ehapi i axon Esc ■■■ i held with Ui 



II. M . 



■ 






him 



tire audience, 
i" thi paradt ■■ Iili h i Ii d 

Honoi • orapany, umi the 



pal 



»kei 



ii..,.. 



■ ■ 



. 



Corefrei cadet, am 

,. Mil. 

-.1 Dlgi 
Had i ad< Ou Cadot 01 





tj ■ 






trf, ... 



UllTllj , 



Holland 

urn; "I Am *J 

Weatherly; ■■'• 



speech !■' 

■ 
importance of becoming 

whom he 



Palm 



"Thi. 



. 



i th« 



1 



FIRST HONOR WEEK IN HISTORY 
OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE TO 
BE HELD NOVEMBER 17 TO 23 



Old Mo*t Mote Soyi: 



The ffrst Honor Wee* in the history of North Geor-J" 
i ■ be held from Tuesday, November 17 

until Monday, November 28 under the auspie 
Young Men'f Chi )ciation, Young Women's I 

V r-.Khl I -rnt 

mlttee. of the Unmi aad I •*■ »ui 

f |«j bm so much "Jtttartwg 

U North Georgia College for the exactly what an Honor System " l ihooghi thai I would be i 

purpose of instilling Into the slu- On Sunday. November EC, both danc la pr.re hut hBstaejd 

dent* a sense of honor and a knowl- tnr Rapt tit and Mrlhodi.t churches knocked and bumped imm 

ktUy what an Honor ^nj bold service* which Sffll fit m an oM .ireet tat 

Sjntaen i» and what it means to an with the theme of Honor WasJl In ■] opinion. I •« «■ 

inaUtBUon of higher learning ae- On Sunday afternoon a special -roar with ' jitt,rl.urr>nr 

"'d.ng to a statement by leaders Honor* Day Parade will be held think itWrr i. a iia»e and pi. 



The Thief Walks . . . 
MYSTERIOUS CULPRIT ENTERS 
BARNES HALL AT 4:30 A. M. 

A Hi. , 

I. ui the stt*:»h ii'-i uld be heard. Tha 

■ 80 A. H. 

■ ii t 

lerviee have in rfew? A large number of articli had 
: rom Bai ne Hall . omeone i aughl creeping 

■ ..ii a1 ' hi late hour could mean no good, 

making he 

■ 

■■■..■., , 

1 
■ 
■ ■ p ui. Jack Shahklr. em 

ems remain 
figure that had 

■ 



eek has been endorsed by 


made the Do*! 




faculty members, local 


orsted w.tl- B 




and prominent citizen*. 




aad rat. enaas 


faculty ed- 


tton Cord, ' 




ami will aid 








Prr.ude»: 


he waaU to be able la dear 




leader, of the movo- 


-ut baiinr .oarbodt nwlm 




thai aJUMKtgb thi» Hon- 






asamn be«tn- 






mne be ■■> brartily in accord with 


Vowr. irmly. 


at aad facolvy Uader. and 


a Bsovesaewl as 





"D" Club To 
Sponsor Dance 



i ■ 

B- aad *il 
• be sped dowr. 
step*, he dru: 



THE CADET BUGLER 



VenJuil QaAA&cje M*f PeMjotial Gohuiwt 



i.,,.-.k i 









and | 






all figured I done and got high Mooting on 
really 1 a. n't Why I'm Bven taking a i 
Rural Sociology so's 1 cai 

hadn't practically raised me. 
Can't see as how I understand il all, but ' 



who i 



.; . ■ 



I % 



■ 



■ 

V. 

ain'l answered youi laal letter, I flgu \ I al I 

as good a time as any. Hop.' yu 'i-"' 1 ""'i' 1 i-H'm- 

a kindB "open letter." A* I rocolloi t 

moat of youi lift "il m ih. "i»n unywuy. 'Sjj.- f u*ll y 

aftei think about tl b whei ■■■ u > » 

all liquored up si 

you sleep out on the i :h Bui li | lon'i like 

the Idea i * uildn'1 lei il woi ry 

only i ut ., thousand poople will ■ 

(Scti think i and evon fi wci will bolleve II (i know). 
■ know '■•inii ho'i doll . 
i 

I,,,, pi,i .,' my iii lyiiuil |i'"-i ' \ hi ll ■ iVMl I 

It's auch a tultm.'il pioco ol poetical i 

■ -' » I'tei 

■■■ it In. 

<< ui i by The 1 I l 

; I id "I in 8 lay panl ■ to 

bulldog ■-■■ 1 1 - 1- i" woi playli 



\ M u RBG1 LA in' - 

■ tratfon of 

,-. prohibiting 
:■ missing hin 

■ 

leaving tin* 
building when claBBfl 

■ 

■ 

■ 
: 

■ 
i" rei n In the - la ii m for an 

■ I 

•[iiently, n |im>)i!i-iii "I r I ■ -■ i |>J J n. 
■ fact that the 

■ 

have hod it., test Would 

,' tx i" ' for both 

■ 



and Unive rallies"— I wonder why 
, . . The phi 

hose a* the 
girl t'> maki 

Frances M 
■ 
\Ml u NORTH GBORGU 

nated extra- 
■ 



Pulie joj 



Just Kead This; It- Dyn 






, Atlanta i 



fifty-. 



■■■ 



. but 



the 






n-vokeri mill Un' nlurii'iif pui mi hi 

■ 

; 

thi right on thli question, !•"' 

would I be bcsl foi both 

'I h.l, .-. 

ui irbodj ■■■■ I 

DID VOl know: . . . That 

■ . 
■■ ■ ■' 
D ninii ii 

quite Invigorating In an alcoholic 
■ I, , vho wanl to 

ki-i-i' I I"" ■ ■ ■ 

mi ih.iii .hiring Quarters put them 



I important. 

Many clubs and organizations at 

are Just ex- 

■ 
■ 

■ 

■ 
■ 

I, :,- 1 one quartei In advance In 

thi* way conflicts in club meetings 

ii the i"" 

. 

■ 
i in r |GH ' i 
ire "' the ii 

.■■„ lenl foi the patrons 
ui" Mi<< IiIm.l 
only the i gi i i 
building are u 



the i 



imi 






i thai 

■ ,,f tho oldei 



. Ill-] Ill' l.l-|.1 nil 1.1 llll 

ivon though tl ■ 

■ 

the i 

ui f the library, il Ii very dlffl 

: 



p ] Hodgi 

i to hear tli 
and his wife « hi i i urn 
ing in Mi stomach to 

■ ■ to ■ 

L -.,i„i |iiiin ■. i. ■ i 



ion Lui 



■ In '.Mih un ugh i 



Ml 'I l.lll.ll 

pn paring to i>"' 

the future 

■ 



■ i 






■ i. 



Noi 






lights hni frnnklj I irely be 

hould be 



Poabodj i i u 

.1 nil o\ o |ii... i- 

mganda and getting 
nothing i In I'll. 

. . hero inn !■■ "■ 



/He OncineAatoA. . . . 






But I i-.ii- i tin.t- -i ■ ,,, 

■' hi' Ihiik Ik I.ik I'll he 



. 



'ill", 

ii i ■ il. RIDDLE, and 

■>'■■ 
tit \ ■ 

Woll \ \: ■ i With i. I kl 

nil i \ , 

"'" '" ' ■"I.! in Hi,- HI- II \|{|< 



n l(l 



n, t . 






7/fU and ^baumd. 



WYNN urn] i r II LV, 

">.■ h.l ll|'| Illl\ i-V.'l lllMU,l 

1 p II u\ 

eh, ■ 

Whj doc \u .n 

■ 
■li.' i.'.l ii. 

I '.,■;.. 



■ :■..., 

.1. Ill-Ill hi ■ 

1 

. Ill, ul IV. -i 

1 

Mil 110] I OMDI ■ ich '. i, we 

thins tl.. i 

- 1 "thej 

■ 



problems thoj pre ent. A 
objective I em forced to ope ■ 

■ h n :.n,i, i. || not ui ■ 

il Whole. Iml i.ith.i „t ,! mall |in. , , 

baa taken il upon thi m olvos to h..-..i. i tin 

. . i 
of the young ladies take a partleulai ,:■ ■ 

I dates for Ih, Mm,, ,\» y | ||„.„ |,. !|v , hl . 






In 



.■■ 






. 









ward breaking 
dates with cadi i mpeny offli ai . 

that they hav. 

I feel sure thai I . i.. ,|„h- a ,-,,1 

who got with him mei »1) bi cau ■■ hi ■ 

in a responsible position, Ami ii,m ycai when the 

new crop ...i ■■■■ ... win be dark 

days ahead for thoH,. w \ ,„k,- thi- » h.iini h ,, 



i;i. ii m;i. IIOOTEN ,..,.■,. I 

■ 
I v ■ 

■ 
■ 



Sick, llli'Ks- 
i . KENNI Dl 

■ . run 
CAROLYN 

th« I ■' 0, i 

\i.r work, Kid 

Did PR \\\\ id .... 

■■■'■ 
HELEN UAXWBU 



1 






■ ■ 
■ 



Comandant t 

end to attend a football 

father. Permission t. 

in case m> compulsory v 

.,;;..-. I with the anxiety 

. ..liege football 
r his class 
all of in- " ■ - tcept on ^- "1 

man," says that nnv teacher, "if you mi*s my r.. 
I] get a zero on that ei 
Well, whi ■ 
Students Punished for No Reason 

The cadet, if he goes to Atlanta to enjoy a 
end with his father, will receive a zero on a teal 

IBS rank at least a letter 

grade ii hi ii. v i" '.!'■. he will remain on tt 

eampuo and take the test. The teachei whoever I 
. 

Teachers Can He Reasonable 

: .,f the pleasures that character!] 
a ay of Life that we all love so dearly 
: thai buy. [Jut why is the teacher 

h haul on his pupils? That is a question that I can. 

n ainly because I don'l know, But I 4'. 

know this: If he would look at the action from thi 

■ identi be would n.ii have any such sel 

classes: Teachers — JuBt as anyone else 

■ 
■ 



i that t,. them, 



v. hi. I un ii|i|..al t., mention it in my column. Thus, 

you anoth 
opinion voiced by the ut orient body. 

.iu>i Commenting 

I !"■ "■■'■■' !•• un! ' ' lull" >if i.'iv. ■ oL-nition f 

they will soon be t 

■ .■■ ..■ ■ i lull" jackets. 



When P ■ 

n ' HI ■ ito i "tone," Wilbur quickly 

r.C, the disciplin 



■ 
m itudenta will n 
It t favor to on 

Tie Cadet Bugler 

IN . llll I 

Ass, ., [\ 

Nl \VS I I SI | OR 
5POR is l D1TOR 
NEWS STAF1 

Don Bfalnj and Holland Manium 
ASSI1 C1R. MGI i H Had' 

PHOTOGRAPHU SIAII Grordt Crm 

SPORTS M 
FACU1 l 

SUBSCRIPT ION K\ l 

• unS: . 



Ktlly Ltd/Old 

Jotrall Ptuol 

U'esltu Channtll 

lurl William* 
Albrn Rollin 

■lahnnu Wiltiamt 



all f..ll.rr ■, 



.'lmin.-tral...n 



CADET BUGLER 



Fraternities 
Announce 
Pledge Lists 



selected for future membership in 
[he Rex Fraternity. 

The pledges are as follows: Ste- 
renson, Fackler. Floyd, Wynn, Fan- 
ning, WhRworth, Butler, Holland, 



lith, 



estbrook. Tun 
thaw, and Malone. 

Sigma Theta Frat 
The Sigma Theta Fraternii 

unprecedented membership i 
pledge club. On Sunday aftei 
October 26, 24 pledges wei 
ficiatly initiated into the F 
nity. 

The names of the pledges i 
follows: Luther Smith, Spe< 
sier. Gene Massey. Tom Pi 
Davis Join 



Dilla- 




THE KRYL SYMPHONY i-rchestra, which will appear here IVn-mhrr L' 
50 pieces, and is conducted by Bohumir Kryl, famed cornetist and bandsman. 
with the orchestra, with Miss Rita Warsawska, coloratura soprano, featured. 



composed of 
i be presented 



Freshman Alma 
Mater - Where Did 

Davis Jones, Robert Henry, Phil I j, /** * * J 

Henry. Joe WoodaU, Wesley Chan- it Originate. 



lew*, Edward Bond, 

Jack Chitty. Donnie Paulk, Bob The Bub1 ' 
Pemck. Calvin Johnson, Ed Breed- n*»e into o 
love, Edwin Hancock. Churchill | other peopl 
Carter, Carry 
Winkle, Lawre: 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF KRYL 
WILL PRESENT CONCERT HERE IN 
AUDITORIUM WED., DECEMBER 2nd 




PICTTRK.SQl "K < OMUt TOIt KNOWN 
AS CONCERT SOLOIST, BANDSMAN 

By CB utl.ts <; WBLLBOftN, Jn. 

Bohumir Kryl and Ilia Symphony Orchestra will 
present a concert December 2, in the N. (',.('. auditorium 
from 10 to l- a. m. The orchestra consists of 60 
.Miss Rita Warawaska, hrilluint young coloratura lOprano, 
is the featured soloist of. the symphony p p. 

Kryl, i i form. n n( T '"'" v "" '""' ll1 " 1 !'"■"."■ 



I 



i,f On i popular orgunttnl i 

• ■' it- Um i '-I ll it! 

ttiQ Kryl Sjm 



I 



Have you ever heard a Cadel talking 

box of choice delicacies from home. 
Then you know how much variety can mean. 

We serve to your taste. 
Tasty Toasted Sandwiches Hot Soup 

locolate— 
HollingBWorth Belle Oamp Candies 



SMITH'S 

"When i oDege PHeadi Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



NYA Allotment To 

Be Drastically Cut, 
Says Dr. Rogers 



Rita Warsawska 
Appears With Kryl 
Symphony Here 

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here, rial appeared pen, 

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nf the femOfll New York 

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left the clrcu . paying foi h 
h j- the violin 
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b< on dra tlcnllj ro< 
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to the cl i wan 18,200; In 1041 IS 

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«f NYA aid, and the novel i nl 

I* inventing evory Do Ibk cenl In 
i ihlpa," 



ODE i" lin EDITOR 



Bhould admit 



WHEN IN GAINKSVJLJJ-; 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kind** of 
SANDWICHE8 DRINKS - LUNCHES 

ill Square 



You can always find 

Aunt Betty's 

Bread and takes 
at the KXt II IM.i: 

Smith's 



Small & Kstes 

BAKERY 

Gainesville. Ga. 



dahi.().\k(;a-atlanta bus 



Leaves DaUoi.-va f<ir Atlanta 8 a, m,, 4 p. m. 

Leaves Dai rllle 10:16 a. m., 2 p. r 

Dafalom ga B a. m., 4 p. m. 

nesviUe for Dahlonega 4 p. ; 

^_">: it, I. to Vtlanta 
$1.10 K.I t., Gainesville 

l I hi K \I. TAX, 






THE CADET BUGLER 



County and College 
Participating In 
Scrap Metal Drive 



Heat And Hot Water Is 

Major Item For Business Office D pr , 

' and Moore Hall. The bol Wat* 1VCL 



!,y Alec Hou 



e citizens of Lumpkin County 
i| BOO ton-, of 
i metal and expi 



qui«d to put the hcit in the ra- 

.f '!,.- cuW-vy. 
Ray H. Black. Trean- 

i: ■ ■ :,f (he L'ol- 

ev«n boiler* 
with stoker*, and one furnace w 
d stoker. These furnish heat 
all the collate b 

(T8tGl tO thO bBI I 



for Sanford Hail and Birnt. 1 

is heated by water jacki indc[ 

dent from the heating system. 

In the heating system, a t 

I 60 I 

f,,i )[,.■ iudct't-nili-n 1 

plant*. This brings the total for Hippolytani 



Records From Rf bate . C ' ub 
Plans Active 

Forensic Tours 



North Georgia College's debate 
cted by Professor W. E. 
Clark, opens its 1942-43 schedule 
here around the first of December 
debating the University of Geor- 
gia. Die team, at present com- 
l„, = ..d cf sophomores only, has not 
ha/chosen the!**" fully made up and 







ith 



■ 






Those who a 



hr figurr .,[ : 



MI wheel at Cam 
The possibility of the remo 



<-.,ll..l..l !>;, lln- .1 1. 'I'll.' ruin- 



Glee Clubs Plan 

impressed the , ,i ■ . Il „ .«. M 'tiy I 

iet ai .houid i. ( hnstmas Program 



STUDENTS! FOR REPAIR AND SERVICE 
ON YOUR RADIO, TAKE IT TO 

Phillipson Radio Shop 

Located One-half Block from Lipscomba 



In Auditorium 



■ 



■ 

Clubs plan 

■ 
by Profpnaor 



the fact that, = ince 
make the ■" " f ,ht -' poaitiona are not fill*!. 
... :if :i need for freshmen. 
■ : gmellej 
. France* El- 
! 
LetthaWhel- > f ""* «»"«"" "»»• 
.-.kfp-*. H,he Baker, and The team has scheduled for de- 
bate Emory, Georgia, and Atlanta 

Junior <""ll'-c--. 

ended Saturday, No- , ,, - f , anri pr ,.n a ring for 



vomber 7, wai won by Sheila Ru« 

■ 
now the girl '■ ' 
NCC Mays Jolli 



a the last of this quarter 
n the next. Under 
i of Billy McLcndon, the o 
i has been quite progressi' 
ming and playing new a 






-if I...H. ■ 



I 

li carols, "The 
r Handel 1 



LEWIS 
PORTER 

Groceries 

Fruits 

Produce 



I'.njuv 11 f .linn- nl 
HUM \ It l)S 

at 

JOHNNY MAC'S 



llu.l'jins Attends 
Meeting To Form 
School Victory Corp 



'Generals' Begin Year 

With Musical (.roup iioiibVo" 



Hit, and Wag- 
Trumpets, Hi" 

McLendon, Shearer; 

'.Hips, and 



A BEE 

DRY CLEANING 
Fine Laundry Work 

"BEST KOI! LESS" 



of ouch eollcKi 



SHAMPOOS, WAVES 

ami 

\i VNICURE 

Fanny Hell's 
Beauty Shop 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 

or 
WHOLESOME FUN 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



•IiiiiiIio 'Oramgeaile' 5' 



SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK ONLY 

$3.00 Canteen Book for $2.50 

Beginning Wed., Nov. is - Ending Tues. Nov. 25 



The 
'Sanwitch' Counter 



Ham Sandwich 
Chicken Salad 
Pimiento Chees 

Swiss 1 lu-csi- 

American Chcet 

Dot Dogs 8c, 2 for IE 

Sweet Milk, qt. 



SPECIAL ITEMS FOR 

CADETS COEDS 

Hinds Lotion 

N Ibei ' 

Nail Polish 



ioc ISPECIAL-$1.50 Parker Fountain Pens-Now 98c| 



ni- 



Jack Roberts 



Tlic College I'ailrri 



Special Ice Cre 
former? 15c, r 

Sundaes 

Crooks 

Cherry Smash 
Milk Shake 
Rool Beer 



An KstaMislinunl nl the Stml 



Major P. M. 
Hutcherson 



In Eye on the Dust 



BY ALBERT ROLLINS 

D Company Undefeated for Two Years 

ri Tbe 'P" Com P anv "powerfjouse" ] ea j by Earl Wi 



"IX.ily" Mang 



i-ithoi 



The 



:ond 




TOURNEY ENDS WITHIN A WEEK 
WITH FIFTY-TWO FIGHTERS LEFT 
TO BATTLE FOR SEVEN CROWNS 












!'iilji-ti"fi".-il 

H column si 
by the 



i all of the defer.'- 

,u,c, .ijirs a' Fi..l..-1-t !Ik..-, ..him,.- MacElhann.m 

'10 m in the loop. The backfield, be- 

..! Hixi.h G].,v..-, ;n„i the f:ist ,|..-,>-ptive running 

d many beautiful ] Ja «*-j f a . d-un in enemy 

sachls 1 ^ 1 " D " e Ccm P an >' meet a ***•"> ofal? 
;hould play the Georgia Bulldogs in the Rosy I!..\v].' 

Scearce Greatest "Industrialist" Since Henry Ford 

Coach J. B.Scearce ia^ definitely the greatest industrialist since 
1 of all time. He can control 

Gym 

Inefficient Refereeing 



apply, the demand. 



It i 
el according t 






F this writer th 
being handled 

lies (which by I 



the 1 



Mai 



of the . 



n classes for the past two 

,ng of* him. Th,- framing 
ms and the Japanese, but 



■[!" Company 

[.iniram, Rice, 




i definitely against . 
1 irth Georgia Collef 
tcad era ic- Activity Fe 



IN THE FIRST round of the freshman boxing 
tournament, Reddick and Bledsoe display fighting 
ability and the heart of professions as* slugfests 
rain in Alumni Hall. 

Powerful D' Company Takes 
Football Crown In Stride 
As "Touch" Season Closes 

The 1942 touch football season of North Georgia 
College ended last week with a powerful "D" company 
machine in undisputed possession of the crown. 

The second place was taken by "A" company, another 
strong team, who lost only to "D" company. ""('" com- 
pany took third place, coming up close behind "A" com- 
pany. "B" company and the Band followed in that order. 
The band was the "floor mat" of the league for the second 
consecutive year. 



ing held under several new rules 
which have gieatly decreased the 
number of knockouts. Up to No- 
vembci l-i there had been only nine 
knockouts. 

!■■- ■ esl m that 

bj ii,.- elimination p 



iiltehaid, Buich, r'enster, : 



IMc- 



Can! 
In the I2f. Ii. class: Stephenson, 

r..'hl.',, W, iikin-.. Hanks. Tin-lev, 

Brannan, and Reddlck. 
In the 135 lb. class: Torbott, Coir, 
■ ■ ■ k . Downs, Rhod< l, 
Young, Mathews, Jenkh 
and Paitee. 

In the 145 Hi. class I lv. i ,hvet 

Mulllns. Kelly. Price, i: :h 

Towson, Doyal, and Williamson. 

In the 165 lb. class: Parker, 
Thrower, Padp tt, Gibba Worli v, 
Bull, Whidby. Barrineau, and 
Mai one. 

in the 165 lb class Panning, 
D< i aPe riere, PitUrd, and Hol- 

ii 176 lb class: Etheridgo, 
■rly, Savage, and Britt 
ie heavy woiffht, Gailey and 



For a Tasty Bit Food and 

A Good Time 

Go To 

THE MAYFLOWER CAFE 

300 S. Main St. 



Welcome, N.G.C. Students 

May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



;d, being tied only by "C 



anil taking these ; 



— bottling bravely 
Had Yates been 






i for long g 



"Cage" Practice 
Continues With 
21 Hopefuls 

Coach ■! B Scearce, Jr., now 

I" ginning hi ; -,■.■, n.l \.;n' " ■ li-ud 
COach at N G. C, made remark- 
able success as basketball COfteh 
last year and he expects t.. fare 
even better this year.. Baskelbnll 

practice began three 



ill i 



i the 



by 



"Doily" Mangum — 

fi.-nsivv jday- for hi- "Ii" I Vnvip.ni> 

when he muffed an Ii 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

— •- 

A BANK YOU CAN BANK ON 

-•- 
COURTESY SERVICE EFFICIENCY 

Member F.D.I.C. 

Bank of Dahlonega 

Dahlonega, Georgia 




YOU CAN GET 

ANYTHING YOU NEED 

FROM A GOOD DRUG STORE 

at the 



Piedmont Drug Co. 



CADET BUGLER 



Regulations 
For Freshmen 
Coming Soon 



CAMPUS SURVEY 
Asks About Post War Problems 




LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 

SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



Famous Tamburitza Ensemble 
Appears Here Nov. 21, 8 P. M. 

On November 21, at 8:00 P. M. in the College audi-) 
torium. students of North Georgia College will be , 
privileged to hear the music of Charles Elias, Jr., and 
Martha and Anne Elias on the Tamburitza and other well- 
known instruments, This family, formally of Yugoslavia, 
entered the professional field of music after much per- 
suasion because of the beauty of the music they played. 

Sanford Hall Coeds 

:;''',".,;,,;;;;;:' ,',;;„','„',' ;',„'." "„'„',? Hold Open House 

1 Sunday, Nov. 22 

:, \v. II ri, YilffOSlfiV 

I I,, ii.i, i popuUr .one. 
„,n alio t" featured, Th*y will 

,1,1,1 w,ll prvtonl n colorfol urn' 



■n.li 



All ih.- ti„.„, I,,,:, ,,r tho faculty 

„n,l lln'ii , 

Al i. I., I,, Included 

. i ... ill I., iin iii. 



John H. Moore & Son 

A Store That Answers Your Needs 

^ggk Cadets — 

PkLW To Make Your Uniform Complete 
'*' a and Your Appearance Smart 

Shoes, Mil $5.00 to $5.95 

Shoes, Mil. Strap Slippers $4.95 
Ties, Khaki and Black 50c 
Coed Oxfords $:i.r>0 



AND IF YOU WANT 
FOOD TO EAT DURING 
THOSE HUNGRY MOMENTS 



CRACKERS 

JELLIES 

CAKES 

(ANDY 

( ANNED MEATS 




from the tea hour, all of 
m* will be open f"t .tupei 

..< 1 .,■ I, ,■!,,■ | U, ll| |,|- .... 

(■i trii tlniiutfli the on tire 
.-. ■n„. purpo o ol thi 

'l : , || II, J cndrl., 

' ■■! Hal! 



32 Members of 
Serjeant's Club 
To Receive Jackets 

In d rtfonl mcetinir of the Ser- 

r en1 Earl Williams that the 
thirty-two members would receive 
army field jackets. These will be 
distributed as soon as they are re- 
Trie club, composed of all the 
non-commissioned officers in the 
• ,,(ii-i i\n-|i . hat the following of- 
fie. 'I- fur the- coming year: Earl 
Williams, "D" Company, president; 
'B" Company, vice- 



SHAVE 
% HITLER 

ffiP SAVE 

AMERICA 
■J I bui / 



■n!.-, 






"C" Company, tre 
the near future 



ll'iinl ■ i :nle1 iiii.l ' i 

Cadet Sergeant, 
Di ll It Forreeter was chosen 
U ■ Pi pulai taeulty member 

and Df. Flnml.Ts was nnmeil Musi 
Hi imt-ui h. I fiienlty ■< 
l rai I \- 

„,, Outstand- 

1 i'. ii- mi. and Uosl 

Id lUrlce Wynn 



I M-.i Mil 



On ;,. n 




\m\ for ;i Sha 
Haircut tome 
Shop 

Shampooe 

Shave 

Haircut 



WOODY'S 

BARBER SHOP 

ON THE SQUARE 



: 

■ ■ 
l"\f. Hi'TITilr Simlh, C ,-. 

■n.lillK fre.-h- 

,-.,:. ■ . 

Ulliti, Hlifi/e-t "^iiiium ! . 

Mil:,. Ii, ,.-,-, - M -In,!!.,!,.,,,., ■■ ., ( 

P 
"'"1 Him, .1.1 S mi l|, \,v. 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 



SCHEDULE BEGINNING 
Wednesday, November 18 



Thursday and Friday 

"Remember The Day" 

>hn Payne - Claudette Colbert 



Saturday 

"Juke Girl" 

nn Sheridan - Ronald Reagan 



VEEK BEGINNING NOV. 23 
Monday and Tuesday 

"Swamp Water" 

Walter Brennan - Anne Bast. 



Wednesday 
"Ships With Wings- 
Leslie Banks 



Baturdsj 
On The Sunny Side" 

Roddy McDowell - Jane Dam 



WEEK i:i:i.l\\IM, Mi\ .:n 
Monday and Tuesday 

'How Green Was My Valley" 

H-'l.lv MeDnw-ll - W., ■ 



Wednesday 

"Hutch Minds The Baby" 

rtrginia Bruce - Brod : 



WHATLEY'S 
Pharmacy 

PRESCRIPTIONS 
Reliable Drug Service 

PHONE 600 
Gainesville, Ga. 



Thursday and Fridav 

"Friendly Enemies" 

I'li.ui... n 



"Castle On The Desert 



¥ #• Cadet Suglei 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



~T$- 



REACCREDITING ASSURED NGC 



New Draft To 
Affect NGC 
Enrollment 

University System of Ga 
Installs New Plan 
For Drafted Students 

By Wesley Channell 

About one-third of the male col 
legians in the United States will 
be affected by the recent procli 



Those already enlisted in col) 

probability, not be drafted for t 
are already in the army while th 
not enlisted in any such com 
will be called in a few months. 



been interrupted to resume their 
education after the war. In line 
with this, the University System 
of Georgia has introduced a plan 
whereby any student who has sat- 
isfactorily completed one half of 









the 



s beyond the 
impractica- 



NEWS BULLETIN 



attempted. Num.: ..f thi' Kiiomin- 



i the possibility thai NGC 



Ed Baldwin has 



captain of the 



NGC baskel- 
s Lowry has been 



hr the Athletic department. 




Shown here is a group of coeds of NGC who ar 
ing organized into a girls' military unit. This unit will 
promote a vital interest in present-day conditions. 



Coeds Become Militarized; 
Training Begins Winter Qt. 

By WESLEY CHANNELL 

Much enthusiasm has been shown by the coeds of 
NGC towards the formation of a girl's military unit. 
This unit, which is to be under the direction of Miss Bruce, 
Miss Donovan, Major Huteherson, the cadet company 
commanders, and the members of the Rec Council, i 
ing organized for the purpose of creating a vital interest 
in present day conditions, and to make definite contri- 
butions towards woman's place in today's world, 
intended to instill desire for improved physical and 
mental alertness through military training, and to 
prove the spirit of cooperation between teams and 
companies. 

labs, illness, and NYA work 
be accepted. 

Skins, short*, oxfords, 



j teams will be directed by 

Hippolytans becoming 

Company, Mercureans, "B" 

', Trahljtans, "A" Company, 
the Phi Omicrans, "D" ( 
'. Each team shall drill 
3 a week, from 5:30 to 

Friday afternoons and at ant 
designated by the teams. 



I Ted 






■i filiation dn i 



proficient enough. 

The training period 
with the Winter Quart 
training is voluntary, 



Glee Club Gives 
Christmas Program 
On December Rth 



3Ts Glee Clubs will pr 
■istmas program in the Col- 
Auditorium. The program 

will be under the direction of Pro- 



Channell, Porter Now 
Sigma Theta Officers 

Thcta Pledge Club, the officers 

Secretary and Treasurer of the 

Club were refilled with the elec- 

if Lester Porter 
Channel). The offices were va- 
cated by two pledges of last sum- 



rma Theta gave a banquet 
■ding the "D" Club Dance last 
Saturday right. 



QUMtmMoieSoif*.: 



n a lot of talk about 
looks like the 






Uncle Sam wants you, he mei 
to git you; I hear that they i 
going to train the younger tx 
twelve months before thr-y tee a 

From the looks of things, 1 
;rup almost fij 



Action Depends On Passage 
Of Law Protecting Regents 

By GUT B. SCOTT, JR. 

North Georgia College and the University System 
of Georgia appeared to be on the road to reaccreiliting 
this past week when it was announced by the Southern 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools that the 
University System of Georgia would be fully restored to 
its former accredited rating as soon as the Legislature of 
Georgia passed a bill to reorganize the Board of Regents 
and remove the governor from this Board. 

>er, 1942, 



L'niv 









i Highei 



• Education 

stated that 
as the bill was pusi 
■edited rating would 1 
nd the action would I 
; as of September, 



Univ 



Examination Schedule 
Fall Quarter 



Physical Ed. 2H7. 



■ :< mi Erik-. A - Eng. 

Eng. 102 - Eng. 

Eng. 202. 
Tuesday. December 15 
-11 DO Chem. Z±\ - Chem. 222 



00- 6;00 Math 106 ■ 

Mat 224 . _. _. 
Wednesday. December 16 



Mat 221 - K Hi. it, 17 



Music 206 - Span. 
Wsdav. December 17 
1 IIU l'hyv 21 - Phy-*. i 



Governor-elect Ellis . 
on hand at tin' meeting nf Hi. 
Soulhoern Association in Memphis 
to plead the cuuse of the redemp- 
tion of higher education in Geor- 
gia, and it was reported that he 
fully convinced the Association ol 
his sincerity in redeeming the Uni- 
rersity System of Georgia. Mr. 
Arnall announced nt the meeting 
that Marion Smith, Atlanta at- 
torney, was his choice for the HOT 
Chairman of the Board of Regents. 

The hill upon which [he it 

accrediting of the University Sys- 
tem of Georgia depends involve! a 

.''ini|ilcl.' renrgiuib.iil nm of I h . 
Board of Regents, removing the 
Governor from the Board, and a 

has to be replaced be will !<< i. 

placed by the vote ol I lie Boird ol 
''■' Md riot by the appoint- 
ment .if the Governor. It ia also 
. ported thai this law, after it is 
>assed, will be submitted to the 
leople of Georgia In the form of 

i Constitutional ammendmont to 
ie ratified in a special June, 104M, 
'lection. The South, u \ 

■pacifically stat.-.J ih;,i i ireditlno 

depend oi 1 1 



Const 
but only on 



-.1 the 



The "More Hell Twins' Reply .... 
MYSTERIOUS LETTER RECEIVED 
BY CADET BUGLER COLUMNIST 



i Thuridny after 



■ember 19, when 1 



,, No- 
lo the 

chool canteen to see if a special 
otter that I was anxiouxly 
ng had arrived in the aft' 
nail. In my box vn 

■■■-. hut re. I tl nt 

xpeeting. I examined the enrol 
ipe and found the following as th< 
■eturn tddrC T' 

Twins, North Georgia College, Doh 
iTgift — an address that 
irely meant that aomstl 
rious lurked befall 

that makes chil- 

Christmas day arrives 



U the ' 






■ 
.[UK kly oj I could. 

ear Pryor: 

'he we, observed 

few errors in your column of 

the Cadet Bugler referring ft un- 

■ mi attempting to steal 



niforms), and the 



i like to be .slh. 






"The More Hell Twins" 

■ I to mi aili 
cle that I ■ 

Bttgler, an article that 
■ 
ing recently occuring in Bania 
Hall— on at', i: 
■ 

■ 
ing of an experience that will b* 

company rivalry— «n act that ca- 
dets from one end of the campoe 



'. of i 






— Continued on Beck Pago 



ADET BUGLER 



Vesibal (joA-haife 



PRAR C-XKLE SEBK: 
Taint much news in these here pai 
■ . editor of this here "sh 
plumB !oeo and wants me to write 
"verbal garbage." I figured I would i 
few lines that probably won't be worth 



freedoi 



place in the m 
"em trying to ( 
a bunch of red 



; enjoyed can endure forev* 
re a little worried about findir 

ft out of being drafted, they e 



t like 



know when the; 
Peters who stay 
last day afore he went to his 



trouble now and then and I guess he was pert night 
right. A lot of responsibility haw been put on youth's 
shoulder-, but if I know anything about youth they 
will come out on top just as they have in the past. 



T^e OnciH&uiivi 

What has happened to the CKIFFITH-ALEX- 

ANDER romance? Could i lit he I I ■ 

one more interesting? What about it ATYS? 

We wonder when HAZEL and 0BN1 
night before Thank' giving. 

Could a certain BRENAU red-head be keeping 

ABNOLD. wouldn't a home-t.mn blond.' do? 

WEEMS goes for the band— and how! First 
K1NPMAN. and. then, McLENDON, 

■ .-.,.- to be CUTTim n on HOI 
Btep, SUE. 

■ matter TERRELL" Arc the CADETS 
too young, or do you go for the rail »)dtffltt1 

Why did SPAIN HOUR stay here rather than go 
home' Could you throw a little light on the sub- 
just, Mr. WALL? 

These COEDS and CADETS have what you might 

BUSH and SAVAGE, NIX and MAXWELL, 
MITCHELL and KJNG, MITHlKii md 
HUCKABY. and MAXWELL and GREEN. 

E'.en though there is apparently 












la "BUTCH" rea 


V 


a man ha 


Ur? Vo 


cc in The 


Audience "No." 










Being campused n 




nnly mean 




SMITHS, 






ig SMITTY— oh, i 




Does ANDREWS 








BBBB1 


Which shall it be- 


-K 








Or CASH? 










Ken is still in a 


" 


ew. Witt 


ALEX, 


PHIL ud 


ANGLIN trunks 




J PERRY 


is such 


a nice boy. 



JOE SAM'S latest fl&mt appears to be Mill 
LANGLEY. Nice work, WO0DY1 

ANN thinks Thanksgiving holidays an' wonderful. 
especially if the WEATHEBJy's fine. 

The Cadet Bugler 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Guy B. Scon. Jr. 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Billy Ledrord 

MANAGING EDITOR Jarrau Pryor 

NEWS EDITOR Wesley Channel! 

BUSINESS MANAGER Ear/ William 

SPORTS EDITOR Albert RollYns 

CIRCULATION MGR. Johnny Williams 

FEATURE STAFF Jean Hill 

SPORTS STAFF.. Gene Mostly 

FACULTY ADVISERS 

—Prof. W. E. Clark. H. H Gilbiri 




Mu Pesri&nxd Column. 



. SCOTT. 



MANY STUDENTS II WE 
asked the question, "When will 
NGC have on Honor System? Thi? 
Il in intOTerting question but it 
that will 



probably 
It be answi 



ed by - 



.10 li mil be answered by the 
student body. Before North Geor- 
gia College con have an Honor 
S3 bam the student body must 
prove to ii .if that it is ready 
end trilling to have a system of 



AN EDITOR'S REFLECTIONS. 

I'f 11l.nl Rogers — a man with one 
dearre, to make NGC a better school 
. . . Major Huteherson— a man who 
will do anything in the world for 
you if it is possible — a good ad- 
viser for any problem . , . the 
"Jook Organ" at Smith's playing 
"I Know Why' 



..1 



I with ;i 



edly 



ay that an Honor System 

rai ticeJ end nritl 1 bone- 

et, how can nn Honor Bys- 
1 impractical and wlthoul 
1 ii .in Honor System for the 
is the very thins f,,r which 
fighting 









tiilnl fur (In- Itiii.i' II, .,1 1111 H ,,,,,, 

Syetem dooa, but thai they could 

110I bring themselves to turning in 

II IVIIl.W Mild, '111 li., i h. 1 ■. 'I In: 

one point, beyond ■> doubt, 1 ■ the 

portnnt drawback to on 

Honor By y e t, would .. per- 

supposed to be your 



flM'llll 



- by r 



■ turning I 



student*' thought? — a hard worker 
and good speaker . . . the great 
DahlOMga fir* , , I'rof. Clarke— a 
gentleman, a teacher, and most of 
all a great thinker . . . "Sergeant" 
HoConnoU— now a Major — a true 
soldier and a regular fellow . , . 
Will D. Young— scar, 
depth in class but always turns 

out .■ 1 Social Science classes 

. . . Charles Steed (F, F.) and F,d- 
ln Worrell, two f,,imiT members 
..I the BUGLER staff now doing 
tholi pari for Uncle Sum . . . John 
Herring, ex-BUGLER man. now 
Sports Editor of the ALBANY 
HERALD , , . Mr. Dismukcs trill- 
ing his "iV and really teaching 
foreign language*— n friend of an 
editor . . the Edltoi on one of 



THE TEIMMIII I; lllte, thai 1. 
cent)] s-. . 1 , 1 the Cocanul Grove 
10,-1,1 club in Boston, Man., should 

iiiiiim ■■ u|>nn thi> iidminintratiuri of 

North Georgia College the Impor- 
tance of providing adequate and 
sufficient fire protection for the 
plivo.nl plunt or the college. The 
COl log) buildlngl are what they a/e. 

it would bo tooll ii to advoi ate 
changing these buildings at the 
prasant timo, but 1 do advocate 

f lulls nt regular intervals to 

in in., il,,. protection of the stu- 
dent body. There is nn intolere- 
!.!■■ ■ ■■.nn ■■■linn of student* in the 
hull* and nn the stairway* of tho 
class room buildings during n 
change- of classes, If classes can't 
he changed without congestion 
what would be the result of | flrfl 
if the studi'nli should try to get 
out hurriedly t Perhaps then' 

'v.oih! In an orderly n va] !',■■ 

haps there wouldn't. This column 
it not suggesting that Hi, t.uil.l 
ings at North Georgia College are 
flretraps or that they are unsafe, 
but it does contend thai fire drills 

are u,..|Ld and should be held rog. 
ulorly. 

YOUR COLUMNIST AND edi- 
tor is leaving North (.. 
lege at the end of the Foil Quar- 
ter. It will not be a leaveUking 
thai I will relish because in my 
fifteen months here I have grown 

Jind memories of a happy college 
life. Throughout my stay at NGC 
1 hove had nothing but the hap- 
piest timo possible, and I owe it 
both to faculty and students. 



. all 



publishing a BUGLER , , .the fl. 

THE ENTIRE STAFF of the 
CADET BUGLER was saddoned 

but week by !', .1 ..,,., 

<: Weill, .1111. .-.lit.-r of the UNION 

' "i ', n CITIZEN, was dead Ml 

W, llhnrri was the father of Charles 
Wellborn. Jr., executive editor of 
the CADET BUGLER 

THE BUGLER STAFF— a thing 
of beauty and a joy forever. The 
credit for the success of the BU- 
i.n-i; thll year (if it con be 
termed successful) cunnot be given 






l ATT PRYOI 



Get Ready To Fight 

The call to arms is soon to personally effect 
practically every cadet now enrolled at North Geo 
gia College. Yes. they will have their chance to d, 
fend this great country of ours — an honor that 
being shared today by millions of Americans. I f ee | 
that each cadet will realize that his country i 
him and will be proud and willing to do what little 
he can to further the cause for which millions havt 
been killed in the last year. To those that willingly 
go to do their share — whatever it might be you have 
blood in you that is American; upon your shoulders 
rests the future of this great country of ours. To 

difference, there are now words that can express my 
feeling of contempt for such hypocrits and scoundrels; 
they do not deserve the privilege of being called 

You Are North Georgia College 

I know it to be a fact that most NGC students li 
to hear their friends speak highly of North Georg 
College. Well, remember this: the reputation of the 
college is merely the impression that the students 
make upon the people of the state. If students of a 
certain college give the impression of being drunkards 
and playboys, they will naturally lower the standards 
of their college in the eyes of the public. So at all 
times, bo what you want NGC to represent; don't 
degenerate standards that have already been esta- 
blished by the students of past years. 

To Guy B. Scott Jr. 

Well, Guy, the end of the quarter is practically 
here and soon you will be enrolled as a student 1 
the University of Georgia. Upon you was placed the 

responsibility of editing the Cadet Bugler, and speak- 



e of student < 
1 swell job and 






done a swell job and carried out the responsibiliti 
thai were placed upon your shoulders. 

Deserve The Title Of Essentially Military 

This school is one of the eight essentially military 
colleges in the United States. The students are proud 
to boaat of that honor and to place it nn .the level 
with West Point, the Citadel, and similar schools of 
this type that are noted for their military excellence 
And yet, forgetting the high type of military 
couit.-sy for which they should stand, some studenl 
fail to respect the flag of the United States in tli 
proper military manner. When you hear "retreat, 
blowing, do not run and get under shelter of som 

a symbol that stands for the high traditions an 
principles of America, An outstanding faculty men 
ber recently commented upon the poor conduct of th 
coeds when retreat is blown. It really looks bad t 
see them laiighing and looking at the ground, built 
ings. or something of this sort when they should b 
standing at attention and looking towards the "Stars 
and Stripes" as it is lowered. Yea, that Americai 
flag of ours really stands for something worthwhili 
today— something to which every cadet and coed a 
North Georgia College should be proud to pay theii 

Waiters Like Deserts In Cereal Dishes 

The cadet waiters in the dining hall, according t< 
regulations, made by Mrs. Weston, college dietician 






I.111 



be 



nil thi 
■tag. 1 can not cite everyone for 

Hi. ill in. I and helpful cooperation 
but 1 would like to give credit to 
a few. First on my list must bo 
Pryor who has stood by me through 
thick and thin and helped me with 

Channell, and able News 
Editor who has capably held down 
the hardest Job on the paper 

Wellborn — a newspaper 

nmri with the wni-d •'editor" writ- 
ten -ill over him J e » n Hill— 
a feature writer who hands in the 
neatest copy and always on time 
. . . Albert Rollins— a Sports Edi- 
tor who literally tat*, sleeps and 
drink* "Sports"— one of the best 
of the ninny Sports Editor* that 
the BUGLER has had . . . Gene 
Maaaey— a second "PWP" and a 
sports writer . . . Lewis Porter— 
always nady with n joke and a will 
good and bad 
So,v Wlt h * lost 



What Are The Accomplishments Of NGC 

I am sure that most schools are the proud posses- 



by display.ng trophies in an office of a President of 
a college when probably not all of a student body d 
six hundred and fifty enrollment ever happen to &> 
into his office, In other words, why not put the 
achievements of the college in a place where they 
will be seen and appreciated, by both students and 

Have You Even Been In A Coeds Room? 

It was really unfortunate that every cadet on t^ 
campus could not have gone through Sanford Hall 






'30." 



of the type* 



tures of handsome men just •* 

Mures of beautiful girls pin"™ 

Well, they do. And what'* 



Tuesday, December 8. 1942 



Id Eye on the Dust 




Crowd yelling "break" 



Pa.kei 



' Cum 



.defeated a grand boxer— Alton Gibbs in thi 






Harry Downs . 



defeated Pari 



. t:.,]]. 



ss . . . "D" Company s-c 

. fast deceptive boxere 
. who did the best they 
. Three over-worked r, 
Mr. Anthony and Dr. Forrester . 
fights that should have been stopped 

Closer Relations 



Company boi 

flash . 
11 Gi 



. defeated by Turner i 
scrapped" . . 



lost a game fight to Turm 
>uld . . . called decisions as they 
. served as doctors . . . stopped 



The only i 
,vhen I write 



ion.-, t*'tw 






sen the 

faculty and the students. When 
I am on the campus I speak of 
doubt, then: that is, if t have any 
doubt. All this column wishes to 
do ia to promote good sportsman- 
ship, closer relatio 
=ure the safety of 
student. One of t 
promote closer rels 
faculty members 
students' questions. The faculty 
must in most cases be called on 
to answer closer relations. It will 
be the policy of this column to ask 
thi^e question* and to bring you the 

Scott Leaves . . . 

Thi^ 1= the parting day Guy is 



>Laff joins 
■'gtifid-Iuck ' 



__ e Bugler 
I wish hin 



Carr and Rountree 
Are High Firers In 
Rifle Competition 

Dahlonega, Georgia, Dec. 8, 1942. 

—Rifle firing for the advanced 
freshmen and the sophomores has 
been completed and it was an- 

Hutctaernon. The firing was done 
on an indoor range under severe 






Tin? 



.,■:!,,. 



with the fact that many" of the 
cadets had never fired unde 
conditions and regulations thi 
necessary for rifle competitic 

The highest score was fired by 
Dick Carr, a freshman from the 
Band. His score was 325. Th« 

second highest score was fired b* 
Cadet Lt. W. E. Rountree, S«pho- 



GIVE PICTURES 
For Christmas 

See HOLLAND MANGUM or JABRATT PRYOR, 
Our Student Representatives, and place orders for 

large portraits at our special students prices. 

Orders must be in soon to avoid Christmas rush! 

WHITEHALL STUDIOS 



Have you ever heard a Cadet talking 
about a box of choice delicacies from home. 
Then you know how much variety can mean. 

We serve to your taste. 

Tasty Toasted Sandwiches Hot Soup 

Hot Chocolate— 

Hollingsworth — Belle Oamp Candies 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



THE CADET BOGLER 

NGC BEATS RIVERSIDE 
63-43 IN CAGE OPENER 

By ALBERT ROLLINS 

Dahlonega, Georgia, December 4, 1942 — The North 
Georgia College Cadets broke the ice of the 1942-43 cage 
reason by pounding out a 63 to 43 triumph over the "Blue 
Battalion" of Riverside Military Academy here last Fri- 
day night. The North Georgia College Cadets, led by 
Kd Baldwin with 21 points and Mac Lowry with 20 points, 
displayed an outstanding passing and scoring attack that 
left the "Blue Battalion" completely baffled. 

nts plays. 

s play was 

.me .Uirii.L.' 



thai 






alion" dreamed of fairer 
weaker NGC basketball 
• play of these two well 
ams lacked none of the 
aectaele that is so often 



■- Thai 



three Cadets on the floor after the 
ball, but NGC settled down and 
played calm, consistent ball for the 

remainder of the game, except for 
about ten minutes, when the scrubs 
had their day. 

Greenberg led the "Blue Batta- 
limi" with 15 points and was close- 
ly followed by Grass, who sunk 10 
Sclvin also played grand ball and 
shot 9 points. Captain Traum 



"A" COMPANY WINS 
BOXING TOURNAMENT; 
"B"&"D" PLACE SECOND 



; North Georgia College ended c 



. the staff. Rountree'i 






400 i 



; the 



that could have been fired. 

(All the ammunition that has 
been allotted to the cadet Corp; 
has been used for this rifle firing 
Major Hutcherson said. In thi 






few Cade 



,r conditions every man ' 
i NGC will be allowed to 
leam the inner working: 



;■!:.] I 



the rifle. 

Last yea: 
NGC has entered a rifle to 
National competition. In 
North Georgia College wc 
award for the highest scoring 
The award was the William 
dolph trophy, which is no* 
played on the wall of Pre 
Rogers' office. 






■ Worth Geori 



ably be fought later; the time 
be announced. 

The results of the tournair 
show that "A" Company wins 
crown, followed by "B" and ' 

weight. The winnen of the 
decided bouts will be annour 

The boys who won their veil 



In 115 lb. class, 



Records From 

Rec 



The 






iris 



participating. 
ded with the Phi Omicrons and 
ppolytans tying for first place, 
aying of Ihe finals was delayed 
the Rec Council de- 






I the 



iults: 



Phi Omieron 
Hippolytans 
TrahlyUns 



50 



After seeing all the teams play, 
was really a hard job choosing 
e eleven best players for the 
irsity team. The Rec Council 
ose these girls to compose the 
arsity Hockey Team; Christine 
Upchurch, Gwendolyn Smelley, 



I*>uis 



Kill,. 



Betty Crowder, Mary St 
'■Butch" Brown, Mary Louiai 

man, and Colleen Hughes. 

Christmas s| 
Monday night when the Rec 






is Party. 

delightful 



lb. class, Holland of "A" company; 
in the heavyweight bout, Gailey of 
"D" company "outslugged" Bond 



ere unable to finish their 
cause of a slight injury to 
eye. In the 155 lb, class, 
-Continued on Page Four 



You Can Get Anything 

You Need from a 

Good Drug Store 

at the 

PIEDMONT 
Drug Company 

Phones 60-51 
Gainesville, Georgia 



Big 



STORE 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 8 a. m., 4 p. m. 

Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:15 a. m., 2 p.m. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8 a. m., 4 p. m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 4 p. m., 6 p. m. 

$2.97 R.T. to Atlanta 

$1.10 l.'.l to Gainesville 

(PLUS 5% FEDERAL TAX) 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 

WHOLESOME FUN 
AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



BUY WAR BONDS 



WANT A REAL GOOD 
TIME? 

Visit Gainesville over the 

Week ends and 

attend the 

ROYAL. RITZ - STATE 



SUNDAY 
SHOWS 

NOW AT THE ROYAL 



THE CADET BUGLER 

NGC Blood Bank Begins Soon 
Affords Students The Chance 
To Give "Blood for Victory" 

The prospect of a Blood Bank, recently brought into 
the lime-light by the Science Club, is expected to become 
a reality in the near future with the arrival of the Mobile 
Blood Bank. This Bank, under the direction of Dr. 
Suain, local physician, is expected to begin active opera- 
tion in the very near future. 

be taken from euefi healthy st 
dnring the two Or three day stay 
! iblle Blood Bank. Th 
blood will not be arranged in type 
(Type i. Type 8, etc.) but will a) 
be put together, it will be take 

being taken for a blood transfusioi 
ire will be palnlesi 



Ten Cheer Leaders 
Elected by Students 
For '43 Cage Season 

la--t Wc<lm ■■-■lay nighl by n "hand- 
ful!" of cadets .ni.i w.K Th,.. 
coeds, Frances Irwin, Marie Nix 
and Frances Mitchell, from bul 



ABEE 

DRY CLEANING 
Fine Laundry Work 

"BEST FOR LESS" 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



John H. Moore & Son 

A Store That Answers Your Needs 

0$k Cadets — 

JjL?iB To Make Your Uniform Complete 
**^ 1 and Your Appearance Smart 

Shoes, Mil $5.00 to $5.95 

Shoes, Mil. Strap SUppers $4.95 

Ties, Khaki and Black 50c 

Coed Oxfords $3.50 



AND IF YOU WANT 
FOOD TO EAT DURING 
THOSE HUNGRY MOMENTS 



CRACK K lis 

JELLIES 

CAKES 

CANDY 

CANNEB MEATS 





llri'hl'.wrr. ; 
Th. La'M 



1 Miss Bennie Smit 



Kryl Orchestra 
Fails To Appear; 
Stopped by Mud 



The < 



V.I Ml' 



waiting to hear t 

Kryl Symphony I 

the mill, tra would not ap- 
here. Scheduled to appear at 
t'clock last Wednesday mom- 

Hi)-, ll ■i-llf.liTi V..V ■ . | - 1 - r 1 1 ■ 1 1 t." 

lata Period! ware run on 
dinar? schedule to til] the ipace 
time vacated by the orchestra's. 

ilurc to appear. Uncertainty was 

wide Nprend an I" what ! ■ the 

would begin, Finally, an 
made stating 

ihut if the iirrhertru was mil hi-ri- 

o'clock, there would be no 






Upshaw, Williams, 
Brown, Aultman 
Dramatic Leaders 

The 1948 Dramatic Club elected 

u off. con at u apodal " ting 

■ 

■ I Jim Urmhnw, Preai- 

Irat; Karl WilUama, \ [i i Pn 
ii'ii : Fi.tr>' ji .hi Brown, Secretary; 
Marlon .Auiiumn, Treasurer; Car- 
olyn Carey, Chief Ua qut I 

I'ltin '■■■'■ 'In fisi-thcomlng ijuar- 
■ iiinced by Prof. Eng- 
land, dirw i I the •■iiii. Thore 

will )"■ ii throe nol plaj 

next <mfirtcr, in nd.li!; ■ ■ 

hni at i 
play will Ih' M-li-cU-d by o reading 






n-,M, 




More Hell Twins" — 

—Continued from Front Page 



would 



thn ! 



the 






Belgian Refugee 
Lectures To NGC 
On "Nazi Hell" 

Reverend Victor Dossogne, form- 
ei i;, ji profei wi of History at the 
University of Namur. Belgium, and 
present professor of Law at Loyola 
University of the South, New Or- 
leans, presented an exciting ketui" 
entitled "i Escaped from a Nazi 
Hell" in Chi auditorium last Thurs- 

Revcrend Dossogne, who was in 
Belgium iit the outbreak of the 

ar, has had many breath-taking 

led last Thursday. He is a not- 

haa autually seen some of the 

horrors of the invasion of France. 

In addition to the story of his 

cape, Reverend Dossogne gave a 

graphic picture and descriptive 

mplified both in Belgium and on 



Some cedets predict th 
will be another attempt 
uture. Captain Armstrong, tin 
commanding officer of "C" Com 
lany, says that he would like ti 

those they encountered on their 
first attempt. The residents of 
Barnes Hall have shown their de- 
sire to capture the culprits — as 
they term them — by working a 
system of night shifts and keeping 

known intruders, determined that 
their guidon will not be taken — 
which bo them would be a dishonor 

Will the unknown "More Hell 
Twin:;" sinks- again? If they are 
caught what will be their punish- 
ment? If the guidon is success- 
fully removed, what will happen 



These a 

of the cadets. 

Whether or nt 
sode has been i 



few of the 



the 



ilnds 



day by an interesting talk on 
proposed contents by Profei 
Camillus Dismukes, was not to 



Old Man Weather who, in his 
i.f r.nn, destroyed a bridge 
mid created several bog holes, 
mrring the path of the group of 
qosIcIbdj, Thus, the rain that so 
nnny blessed for stopping drills 
ind furmntiuns was also the cause 
fur the loss of two hours of valu- 



Drug - Fountain Service 

LEDFORD'S 
Pharmacy 

Phone 42 
Gainesville, Georgia 



Dr. Pepper 

At 10-2-4 



Glee Club Gives— 



(Coi 



i Front 1 



Music Depart 
of the Clubs. This program will 
be the tenth annual Christmas 
Carol Service held at North Geor- 
gia College. 

The program will be composed 
of familiar Christmas Carols, "The 
Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's 
"Messiar," and a complete cantata, 
"The Music of Christmas," by I. 
B. Wilson. 



A Company Wins — 

—Continued from Page Three 
Parker and Ball were stopped for 

Coach Scearce said that since the 

freshmen boys will participate in 
other sports such as speedball, bas- 
ketball and track. 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA. GA. 



Wednesday, Dec. s) 
•SUBMARINE RAIDER" 

With John Howard 



Thursday - Friday 
"MAD MARTINDALES" 

With Jane Wither* 



Saturday 

"WHO IS HOKE 

SCHYLER?" 

Mon., Tues., Dec. 14-18 
"SHORES OF TRIPOU" 

With John Paine 



Wednesday 
OLAFF LAUGHS LASr" 



^ Cadet Buqte\ 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



VOLUME XIII. 



MVHLiiNKI.A. <;K(iK(.;i \. FKIKA 



'43 Cycolps Is Dedicated 
To Major R. S. McConnell 



■ Richard 



The 1QJ3 Cyclops, i 
cation of North Geoi 
will be dedicated to M 
S. McConnell. 

Because of his outstanding 
and great interest while he 
affiliated with the college, 
editorial staff of the 1942 Cyclops 
deem it only fitting and pn 
the results of their effort: 
North Georgia College an 



.-earbook 1 



dedic 






has such a brilliant record and 
one who continually considered the 
success of the college first as a part 

Major McConnell, until his trans- 
fer to another post last August, 
had been connected with North 
Georgia College for the pa; 
years. His removal to act 
in the Armed Forces of the Nation 
will be regretted and long remem- 
bered as a loss to students, faculty, 
administrative officers of the col- 
lege, and the community. 

"Sarge", as he was so often called 
by students and other friends, was 
detailed for duty at North Georgia 
College in 1927. Immediately there 

B n T C unit. It was largly 
through his efforts that the unit 
attained and held, its excellent 



i addit 



she 

performed as a member of the 
military personnel, he served the 
college with distinction in many 



Major McConnell so energetically 
and unselfishly entered into the 
general life of the college and 
community that he has endeared 

with him. The staff of the Cyclops 



Moore Hall 
Is Destroyed 
By Flames 






determined origin 

■ Hall Saturday 

endangered the 

whole block in which the boys domi- 

tory was located. 

A loss of approximately $50,000 




"43" Club Opening 
To Be Sponsored 
By College "Y" 



N.G.C. Enrollment 
Now Totals 558 



■ has reached 
and coeds. Th: 
a slight decrees 

> enrollment of 



■ the ! 






•turn. The 
for this 
failure was their having been called 
',o the armed forces. In contrast, 
lowever, is the fact that a number 
,i new students have enrolled for 
■he winter quarter. Because of the 
Impending possibility of 



drafti'd, 



,-l.oi 



.-.oh- 



and 



basement of the two story structure, 
destroyed completely this building, 
which for the past four years has 

Mae one hundred cadets, and en- 
dangered four buildings situated 
m the <ame block. 

Through the commendable work 
of the North Georgia College 
Cadet corps the flames were ex- 



HOLLY GOES TO INFIRMARY- - RETURNS SAFELY 



tinguished and t 



■ fire 






Victory Corps Heads 
Meet At N. G. C. 

PHYSICAL FITNESS 

IS MAIN OBJECTIVE 

A. meeting of the local leaders 

the Victory Corps program was 

d at North Georgia College on 

! 5th and 6th of January. I 

this conference were Dr. O. C. 

Aderhold, supervisor of the itatc 
ties, Mr. H. G. Jarrard, local 
Mr Walter Downs, 

Young Harris College, and Mr. O. F. 

Huiigiti-, nf North Georgia Colle 

superintendents and principals 



un, which is being developed 
rgia youth foi 

—Continued on Page Foui 



i (,...r t i.i I ..I 
. wh.rh ls tO 
>. will be -., ■ . 



aerations are (o be offei 

liile stairs "ill be admitted i 



Betty Rose Hightower Wins 
deMille Beauty Contest 



by Staff i 










I H. deMille, in 

Hollywood, recently 
■tty Rose Hightowcr 
r in the recent beauty contest 
oi -.1 bj rhe IMS CYCLOPS. 
- 1 ■ ■■ r ma w i n imn 

second place, while Betty Moore 
reived honors as the third choice, 
ranees Mitchell and Faynelle Hol- 
'"i wi :■ the choioei for the 
urth and the fifth places re- 



dely. 
Btghtow 



. ali . 



Ledf ord Made 
Bugler Editor 



By i 



Channell 



lly Ledford last week took 

the editorship of the CADET 

BUGLER to succeed Guy B. Scott, 

editor of the paper for the past 

quarters. Ledford, who has 

i Associate Editor to Scott for 

past two quarters, wu placed 

Office by the Faculty-Student 

lications Committee when Scott 

luated nnd went to the Unl- 

.ity of Georgia. 

sophomore in A Company, 

Ledford will head the paper tot the 

■ quarter. In addition to 

having been Associate Editor of 

Bugler, Ledford was on the 

New-! Staff of the Burl. , 

r to his entry into North Geor- 
College, he received valuable 

his father, who edits the VIDALIA 
ADVANCE, and in working on his 
high school paper. In Vidalia 
Hii;li Sell....! he was Business Man- 
ger of the school paper for one 
ear. Associate Editor for two 
ears, and editor for one y 
■ Hi'i m tO 'his, he was e< 
is high ^i-hool annual. 
Mr. Ledford has assure 
r with this i 
le BUGLER 






R.O.T.C. Commander 
Inspect N.G.C. Unit 

On Wednesday of next week, the 
commander of the R, 0. T. 
in the Fourth Corps Area which 
covers about seven Southeastern 

gia R. O. T. C. unit This officer, 
L>n his inspection tour, has inspected 
the R. O T. C. units of military 
school B and colleges 
southeastern section of the 
ind will be inspecting N. 
:losing his tour. The N. C. 
talion, therefore. It being g 
excellent opportunity h> milk Ine/h 

ichools in that the memory of its 

quality will he fresh upon the mind 
of the officer. It b • li. . 

d by Major Hm. hi 
Hammond, and, for that matter, 

itire cadet corps that each 

this officer and put N. G. c 



Glee Club Plans 
Are Announced 

The Men's and Womei 



; . lul- 



In the past for 
eparate units. 

Included In the plant for tho 
irograms for the quarter are two or 
hree rhapel programs, the actual 
fates of which will be announced 
ater. The clubs also plun to pro- 
mt .... Evening Secular Concert 

made up largely of service songs of 

the various branches of the armed 

forces, it wo.- ann 

Proffnsor Camillius Ui-imukr-M, di 



test with the titles of Miss North 
Georgia I allege, OuBtandine. Freeh* 
man Coed, and Prettleal Coi d, « i ■ 
accorded one of the highest honors 

of the year in belnn cho 

hinhesl-|i:iiij liu.vii' proiluo i in Hi, 

world ai the most beautiful coed at 

North Georgia College. 

The contest, ill tern pt . . I I'.,, ■ In- 
fn-st time in llie history i.f tile enl- 

special featur.. in lh. i:n:i 
CYCLOPS Th« oditoi ■■ 

tni:il puMk'lltioii, .li.riin I l'i ■ 

stated that too long the I !■■:■> 1 1 ■. ■■: 

the coeds of North *',- 

lege had failed <•■ I"' gtVOIl 1U due 

To the editor of th.. yearbook 
come the following letter which 
announced the decisions for the 

Paramount Pictures bio, 
p/eel Coael Stadias 
December 31, 1042 

Mr. Jarrutt Pryor, Jr., Editor 

THE 1048 CYCLOPS 

North Georgia I Mil p 

Pilhlonega, I .. 

laai Mi. Pryoi 
Judging the beauty confc 
ucted by the 1948 I I I I OPS hi 

sen b pleasure, 



fine examples of young 

an nomR.nl I. 

always difficult to judge 

beauty from ■• uu-i- [iii.-to^nijih 



nod 1. 1. il<> .1 



■ fall. 



finally op. 



. h-.l , 



the CADET ni'tiLEB I 
deal of appreciation. b«a 



1 wondered what! All of these questions were an- 
nt on within those new walls jswered when I was lucky (I thought 
iich had »o recently put an end at the time) enough to be able to 
"gold bricking" at North Geor- convince the proper authoritiet 
i College. Were the tales erai- , that I had a cold which was bad 
ting from this forsaken place enough to provide adequate admia- 
let Did they really poke pills sion to the bouse of mystery. 
1 foul-tasting medicines down j Without the slightest bit of mis- 
ar unreceptive throat every five ' —Continued on Page Four 



four pho 

full length ond 
of each profile Hi 
decision is based on tho singlo 
rturea submitted and the follOW- 
: selections huve been mtdei 
i Uisi Betty Rose Hightowcr. 
I. Miss Jane Carter. 
Moore, 
Hit hi n 
}. Miss Faynell- B 
Please extend my congratulations 
all ri ths aontestanta. 
iVith best wishes an 
m Hollywood. 



I greeting] 



Free Week End 
Dates Announced 

M. Hutchcrson, Commands 

■ .i f-.r printer quart i 
Friday, February 6lh 
and last until quarters Monday 

the fact the length of winl 



only ■ 






naeki . thi 



e will be 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Ve/ibal Qa/uLcUfe. 



BDHETB1NG Nl W 'mething new has been added 
to the staff of I hi I add Bugler! Ves, 

■ ; baa made his final bom 

and has taken himself to another college, "the daddy 

of them all"— the University of Georgia. In my first 

.ludents of North Georgia College, as 

, the Cadet Bueler. please let roe beg 

Deration in helping me make "oui 

. proud, t know 
lenta realize I have a big job ahead of 



what v 



:',ii i 



Bhoi I 



rill bear with me if I don't reach 
im while he filled said capacity. 

SOMETHING OLD— it's an old at 
inues true. North Georgia College t 



[and they 
md that they 



thi 






: the 1 



■ they lack 



S h"*e. valiantly t 



•with a slight ace 
beneath the wheel 
painful abi 



iele and suffered several 

win. I ■ [tab >i low 

.,; Tin iccident might have been 
re been more organization among the 




»! I I I BUY WAR BONDS THEY 
MEAN AS MUCH AS BUTTONS AT N.G.C." 



ly cooe with thia situation 

SOMETHING BORROWED— it 



ould only be fail 
bit of advise ii 

,[„.■, slanguage) 



HART - A - NALYSIS 



borrowed or '"picked-up" (in 

Coeds: Be kind to your flatfoolcd friends, 'cj 

draft may get all of the 

SOMETHING BLUE— the look on the print 
when he gets this copy. 

SOMETHING LOST— twlna M 



around these ports all of the 'Mm.- Hell Twins' will 
have to be taken out and shot down like dug»," 

■ ,-.■ 

*7/te Oncinesudasi 



By MISS CUP! 

ir Minn Lovebettw: 
am an attTOCtivi 
? beautiful, but si mehen I don' 
wiiui can I do! 



Quite *$ 

BY JARRATT 

A Salute To A Cadet 

u | week I hoards -imy about a North Georgia 
,.,ory that I made up imr mind should 
be told to someone else. It goes like this: 

A certain NGC cadet recently bought a rifle. He 
gave it to a Dahlonega school boy. Behind this gift 
wa£ a story rf character, a story that makes your 
heart beat just a little bit faster. 

This high school boy had decided that he would go 
to school no more. He had told this to the cadet 
around which our story is based. No talking, no 
reasoning, nothing could force him to change his 
mind. But there was one point of attack by which 
the cadet might accomplish the desired end. It was 
this- the young boy wanted very much to become the 
proud owner of a certain new hunting rifle. 

This cadet, of which I have been speaking, is a 
sophomore. He is practically working his way through 
school— because things just don't work out so good for 
him back home. He gets up early in the morning to 
study, because he knows that such a desire to get 
an education will eventually result in success. 

It took a lot of money to buy such a rifle. The 
cadet knew this. But deep into his pockets he 
reached. His pocketbook was thin and his payments 
to the school were not far off. He knew all this. 
He also knew how much purchasing a rifle could mean 

t this 



I W»i 






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■ 

■ 
!■: ico." B 



BILLY VANN JUfil 

,..i n \n-:\.. 
•Bomebodj 
■ ■ 

.: 
if only yon knew! 

HELEN MAXWELL I 

■ 



Dear Mjhk Man; 

Why don't you try my Super. 
moneuvei ' In thli i advocate 
batting your ■>■- at the boys like 
Holly McMichai i dot 
to urn ■ thai "i ■ umim-1- look" 

. ..i confidi nee in youi 

M u ,,i g doi ■ handle] Or, 

■ 

ippi ..i. i, md a.i : [ndU I ' liki 

N. n Bpalnhoux, Hi po 

I mi o ,ii i.i- able i" ■ ultivoti more 

ii, r,vi (Honda with a I 

, ..,,,- Q 

Bonni 
with y ■ homi work, ■ 

.in ft plu ■ in lb"' '■ ■'■ I" 1 ' i|imvli-i. 

\li 1 

! I 

I 

. ... ,i fail [n i ■',,- v. , | n I 
■ 



With A Beat Of The Heart.' 
S LOVEBETTER 

I am very polite and kjsis the girls' 
hands; I also wink whenever a girl 
to. I know I must be 
appealing, liHun-i; the whole stu- 
i. .1' body voted me the biggest 
lady killer — but I can't make a 
i ... how to get 

just one girl. Whin I see these 
imujiIi-- on tin' ■ ;■ in i >i i:- I hat arc so 
in love, il makes me utterly heart- 
sick. I am dei i" rati II 

Liked, not Loved. 



Recently a high school youth i 
No one knew why. The teachei 
that his parents had caused his rt 

ccaled. Only by n 

Georgians Know Little of NGC 

stopped to 
i from North Georgia 



, |.ll,.-.M|| t T 



, brief i 

at Alpharetta, a s 
i fifty r, 






I'trur Cadet 

,,■(■■ I 



■,,„l«l 



offer in that you 

i I'lii and bestow 

her only. 

|ofa ' asiei , 

■.:ir blinders while on 

ih>' 1'nmjnH rii-iii Hi" beautiful 
coed Don'i Usto I ■■ ■ 

■ "lady kiili i ;" II will 

mo I lil ■ i'. i' ■ i to 

■ 

■■ ii * ne "i ■■■■■ l " 

U| i ovi betbei 

\..l" Al,\ .11" ,1" irillL- mlvk'e "II 

!■ n ttffi nj obtain 

Lovobettor, 



■ 






■ ■■ ■ ■ 



Has ELK 1 - ' 
*er what. REDI1 

have uci i edod, Whal 
about these diamondi Floating around! Wedding 

when? 

Capt. BALDWIN ia "Juat Plain Lonea " Ince 

BETTY left. 

BENN1E c.'! ■ ■■ . ii VB01 D1 

MAXWELL and MX "\ I" 

MANGLEBURG do you know who PARKS would 
be asking. "Why Don't You Fall In U 

To ANNE WELLBORN goes "Thi 8hep I'a 

Serenade!" 

Did MASSEY really "Get The Neck 
in his affair with RICHARDSON? 

KINSMAN ia wondering "Who Can I Turn To." 
What about it UINTZ1 

HOOTEN and HICKS have. oh. just "Goba of Love." 



ALL OUT FOR DEFENSE 



JIM CARTER e 
CAROLYN left. 

Grow Fonder— fo: 



"All Alone and | 






Why has MARY LEE turned from the WEST? 

WOODY, watch your step! We fear thai others arc 
Intruding in your affair with LANGLEY. 

BETTY ROSE seems to be holding on to DURDEN, 
What happened to EVANS? 

MARTHA ANN has at last decided to like RICE: 
the food— no! but MAJOR— You bet! Where's ARM- 
STRONG ? 



■ 

,■',,!!■. 
military i ")'' . 

with regard 
, ■ ,.- alum. 
In an iffoi 

iii" studonl 

Ii in.. Dp, J, 
C Rog< ' and h ■ able faculty 

■ 

■ ■I ral 

college and 

■ ■ 
■ 

riiiiii-iiliiin whirti will "iiuhl" Hum 
htnru"d. 

■ Hlli! id, ..lit 

Uii'in npi.n gradiiitlioii n- 



111 Ii .i ■ Hi 

'■" i; " rin ■ i" i, nil .. vital to the 
: aspirant, elaaees in 

■ 

■ 
■ 

■ 
" aadwiched" Into the regular sche- 
■ 

R 
to the Buglei >ald,"ll is our purpose 
■ 
■■■■. 

■ 

eoursea along 

With |,i, -. qu] 






the greed 
a nation, 
a have boon dropped 
igular list of 



the like that co. 
Cultured lifi 

■ 



'ho 



How. „| 1 1 



i lakes a seat by a young man in uniform. 
"Where you stationed?" he asks the youth. The 
young boy says that he is going to school at North 
Georgia College and that the uniform represents the 
Reserve Officers' Training Corps. The elderly man 
looks puzzled and asks the cadet. "Where is North 
Ge ■! gia < lollege." 

Yes, it seems strange that a man who lives less than 
fifty miles from the college had never before heard 
of it. But the story is true; it is evidence of I 
neglect on the part of the college, one that could havf 
been and can be so easily corrected. 

School Authorities Neglect Publicity 

1 live in Fitzgerald, a town of 7,000 people. I 
would hesitate in saying that a thousand out of th< 
entire population have ever heard or seen the nam< 
people in Soulh Georgia are strangen 
to the school. 1 know; 1 have seen too many witt 
look >>n thou f;ice when NGC is eve] 
mentioned. Mony numbers of the student body havi 
assured me that this same condition exists in theii 
community. 

, . . i.il.l..' condition that schno 
to cope with. They an 

do nut have the contacts and associations whicl 

thi average student. 

\ reputation means a lot to a school. Collegi . |i] 

ovoi the Btate bavi realist .1 this and publicity is ffl*W 

■ oi attention. Hut NGC -oh well, lett 

■ i . ■ .ii.. |n ,. I, km. 

Appoint A Student l*ublicity Chairman 

Annine; thf i-adcU i- often heard a discussion tis ti 

■,:. among the member! 

I he cadets say that the mum 

battalion staff have probably less to <i< 

than any other cadet officers on the campus. 

lUggcation: appoint to the battalio' 
staff a cadet who could act as a publicity chairnm' 
Whi i, B studl "i makes the Deaii'i 
List, send it to his home-town newspaper. Suel 
newspapers always welcome this type of nsfflW 
Through this means— of informing local newspaper* 

from tht-ir community- 
loputHticn of tli,. school would be raised: the p<>pul 
of the college would be greatly increased. 

The Cadet Bugler 

EDITOR IN CHH F ' • 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Jamil Vtm. 

Ml OR 
Nl \\ s S I \FF Hfrierl Frailer C/mlon U'..* 

imagine Perry II 
Jack Baraeron 
EUSINTSS MGR. Fori Wi'Hl"! 

I DITOR 
FACULTY ADVISERS 

— Pror. \V. £. Clorli. H. H. CtUn" 



An Eye on the Dust 



BUGLER, would be wilting the 
CADETS SEEK REVENGE . 

tfht Sir: 



o elaborately begun and carr 
Albeit Rollins, is no easy U 

think no less of this column 
attempt. To those who t 

rho am News Editor of the 
of a sports editor, but, i 






I the Cad. 

i for thi 



isla-tball t 

i 



. .die. 



_. thrilli 
The Cadets hope 

I will be shooting their 






i left by the 



: deadly accuracy. Baldwin and Lowry, sparkplug! 
ious encounters, are being looked to for many of 

vill suffer from the loss of DeLaPerr: 

. by the adi 

INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL STARTS 

athletic program. This will give the play. 
_ uld not quite make the g 
do their stuff for their Inter- 

i be played 



and Glegg— both fail. 
iriy and Throw 






: and 1 






. PLAYS HOST 



expected tha 

1 Ramsey am 



1 dur 

bundance of 



coaches. Thes 



there will be 

Miss Sara Bruce last week 
ical iitiK-5j activities to visi 
if a picked group of coeds 
an even finer cause, a Victory 



Rec Elects Four Council Members; 
Plans Made For Annual Dance 



Club Monday night, January 4, 

the council. Virginia Ash was 
elected Secretary; Helen McElrcath, 
Tennis Manager; Gwendolyn Smelly, 
Basketball Manager; Mary Crooks, 
.Softball Manager. 

annual Valentine dance on Feb- 
ruary 13. This is the only dance 
at NGC where a lead-out is held 
and date cards are used. 



i Friday, January 2. 



day afternoon and one other hour 
the date of which will be set by 
the individual teams. 

Six new girls have joined the 
club with the opening of the winter 
quarter. Th«se are: Emily Con- 
well. O'Leila Embrey, Caroline Ash, 
Willie Lou Patterson, Betty Specht, 
and Josephine Terhune. 



A WEEK 

OF THE WAR 



President Roosevelt will soon send 


young men and women of America 


to Congress information on his 


want beyond the winning of the 


proposal that social security be 


war. In addition to the opportunity 


■ cover every American 


foi employment, the people warn 


■'from the cradle to the grave." He 


assurance against the evils of all 


' M reporters that it will be up to 


major ec mic hasards, and as- 


to work out the method 


surance that "this great govern- 


I'm achieving that objective. 


nn nt can and must provide." 


ln hifl "State of the Union" 


The President said the U. S. has 


■ ' .ingress, the President 


reason to be proud of the war 


spoke of the third freedom— free- 


production accomplishments of 1942 


dom from want — and of what the 


— 48,000 planes, 5G.00O combat 



THE CADET BUGLER 

N.G.C. Will Play 
Piedmont Friday 

Numerous cancellations of basket 



tir.n of keeping as much of thl 

posed schedule as possible, although 

ousty cancelling game-, scheduled 

The Cadets' next game w 
against Piedmont College 
Friday night. 



150,000,000 rounds of small arm: 
mmunition and 181,000,000 round: 
f artillery ammunition — "thi 
rsenal of democracy is makini 



revised 1943 Wai 

duction double that of 1942, with 
heavy emphasis placed on aircraft, 
merchant shipping, and naval escort 
and combat vessels. As revised and 

battle plans, the program provides 



for i 



jilt i 



■ thai 






■ the 



1942, and 
iderable increases in naval 
:t and combat vessels. These 
for the most part, items diffi- 



i of i 



Roosevelt toid 



ial facilit 



s of ship-building is 14,400,- 
s a year, and as things look 
e 1943 goal of 16,000,000 



Welcome, N.G.C. Students 

May We Remind You of Our 
Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



Although Nazi submarim 
fewer American ships in D« 
in previous months, 
menace, according ti 
Director Elmer Davis, is st 
erious. Reports also indie 
aid, that the Japanese art 
ig a large armada near th 
ions, presumably for anoth. 

According to the Navy, 



ecent weeks. None 
■f the 10 destroyers which 
headed toward the Island and i 
cepted on January - bj U. S. 
men and torpedo boats nicci 

defenses. On January 6, American 

warplones in '.h- S. tiii ' 



N.G.C. Host To Coaches 
Physical Fitness Program 



Sergeants Club 
To Give Dance 
Saturday, January 23 

Earl William?, president of th( 
Se-vgoants Club, announced hist 
week that the club will sponsor a 
dance which will be held on Satur- 
day night. January 23rd. It is 
hoped that Georgia Naval Preflight 
School Orchestra can be obtai 
for the music on this 
price of admission ha; 



The 



have begun. Turning to the Pacifi 
he said American and Australit 
forces have virtually completed 
ejecting the Japanese from New 
Guinea Island, and in the Solomon: 
American forces have been rein 
forced and supplied and their posi 
mgthened. 



thai 






Gei i 



■ have suffered 1 



underestimating thei 
capabilities. 

A U. S. fifth army 



of Education 



e oft 



to train students in physical fit- 
ness. One of these meetings was 
held on the campus of North Geor- 
gia College, with Conch J, B. 
Sci BtttC and Miss Sara Bruce, girl's 
fli.vM. a) k'dm-ation director, demon- 
strating training methods to high 
school coaches, superintend ante, 
and principals of this section of 

The purpose of the meeting here, 
a two-night and one-day affair, was 
to demonstrate physical training 
methods tn the visiting coaches. 
Assisting Miss Bruce and Coach 
Seaarce were selected cadets and 
coeds of the physical education 
•s. These performed demon- 



physical training. 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 8 a. m., 4 p. m. 

Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:15 a. m., 2 p. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8 a. m., 4 p. m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 4 p. m., 6 p. m. 



tackf, 

shortlai 






'■l-rt 



i the 



1 possible hit 



on the stern of the ship. 

From Se> 
word that on all fronts the out- 
"faYorable." In North 
Africa, the Britixh first army has 
scored gains in the North toward 
Biserte, the French have ably 
fought off German attacks in the 
tor, and allied aerial 
activity against enemy shipping 
has been highly effective. Mr. 



rated 



Rtr- 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosev«lt Square 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 
SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



STEP FROM THE ICEY OUT DOORS 

INTO WARMTH ,i,.l CHEERPULLNE8S 

ENJOY 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOI OEAT] 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 

— • — 
PENNANTS STATII II 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



THE CADET BUGLER 



"Daddv" Barnes 

"Can Teach Math To a Billygoat" 

B] CHARLES <; WELLBORN. JR. 

"Daddy" Barnes— mathematician, philosopher, sage, 
wit has been connected with North Georgia College for 
many years, first as a student, then as a teacher. He at- 
tended the college from 1S9S to 1902 and made an out- 
standing record. He was captain of "B" Company, and 
an honor student. He attended Harvard during several 



He began his career a 

he graduated, and has tai 
linuously at NGC since t 
except during the period 
War I. when he served 1 
Army Engineering Corps. 



For 






- □< v 






, he once had charge of the 



•ut;: hi- i] ■■■■■! t hi. in fin 



Holly Goes— 












In this ward I 

found , i-ht imply beds, and soon 
to the startling and slightly 
pointing realization that I was 
the only patient; at least for 

those little brown 



IMPOSSIBLE MOMENT! 




ills, Ml 



! [I lllil 



' 









. why not give them 



iats exactly what he did. He 

turned the boys loose after 
L Each boy's duty was filled Ui 

i he caught one of the ch i 
-and game chickens arc ha, 



- -_ bad wher, ,. 

Bully as you d 

Then, too, If you wore attend!] 



■ ■■ -lantflonology " 

I hL'tl UTIrl I line I I" [-.ill t., j.-,| lV i II 

a pretty good 



"Daddy" Barnes has 
fused to help an] 

ed for help did some work, for had learned 
"Daddy" Barnes il a pent belteTO 



the beauty of the oi 

•We wrl touching m« my li 

read] I 



the old 

those who help thenuelve 

He had a stud.-,, 
wouldn't study— wouldn't, in far 
do much of anything boi sat, ill e 
and dream of fox hunting, Fo 
hunting, it seemed, was all he wn 
interested in. So "Daddy" Barne 
invited him to go fox hunting cm 
night. The boy wai i 

"Daddy" Bnmes' home- 



becuuse I win. i,.. w 1ini j, , lhl . u .,,, ,,' 
of MUl Bryai 1 ;.. :,.■!. 






Barnes told him he could 

soon as he brought his Trig, grade 

His method of teael 

anecdotes to illustrate 



. ■■■ , ompli r, Ij 
cured. According to hoi i was no1 

1 '■' llll'-l I .Ml llll ,[,, .-,,,, 

■■"'id. v. uld, By tin* 
1 ■■■ wall whv there had 
■ i dr. raa a In the onto 
number of "| n brii i .-■■ 
dvj o to .ill - -id,-i and 






—telling 



r the i 



_.._ of Georgia's out- 
Math teachers. 
in teach Math to a bill- 
le of his former students 



And for a Shave and 
Haircut come to our 

Shampoos _ 25c 

Shave 20c 

Haircut _ _ 35c 

WOODY'S 

BARBER SHOP 
ON THE SQUARE 



the sound of i 

mg from the adjoining wj 
but, alas, they wei 
■ Aftfl) all tvh&l 



i talk 



jst being I 

Wa ii. 1 1 









tin- 



"I....I 






Hda 

A Week of War- 

■nanded by u. Bon. Mark Wayne 

Clark, JH now liehii: f.. lined to fijfhl 

hi North Africa. This wU] M111 | .., 
Dwlghl )■ ■ 

■.■minini.li i „f !»„ allied 

- unande. ho field 

l, y Brill li 1,1 i;,„ Kenneth A. N. 



You can always find 

Aunt Betty's 

Bread and Cakes 
at the EXCHANGE 

Smith's 



Small & Estes 

BAKERY 

GainesTiUe, Ga. 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 



WHOLESOME FUN 
AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 





Fire Januuary 5 
Gives Brigade 
Year's First Test 

The fire fighting brigade of 
North Georgia College composed of 
all of the members of the Cadet 

ness this year, last Tuesday, Jan- 
uary 5th, when the Burns House 
caught fire. The incident occurred 
at approximately ten o'clock in the 

turned out to fight the fire. The 
that the 



hose froi 



deli 



ymg 



■ fire fighting. When a 

ter began to flow, the brigade 

ade short work of subduing the 



Victory Corps — 



'ar effort. 

One of the main objectives of the 
Victory Corps is physical fitness. 
In line with this phase of the 
Victory Corps, Coach Scearce and 
Miss Bruce supervised a clinic 
nonstrating physical training 
the high school instructors in 
this locality last Tuesday and Wed- 

Ace..'1'.lmg to 3Ir. Hudgins, rep- 
sentstive of N. G. C, plans which 
have been under way in the Lump- 



ito effect Januarj 



John H. Moore & Son 

A Store That Answers Your Needs 

t Cadets — 
To Make Your Uniform Complete 
ami Your Appearance Smart 

Shoes, Mil $5.00 to $5.95 

Shoes, Mil. Strap Slippers $4.95 

Ties, Khaki and Black 50c 

Coed Oxfords $3.50 



AND IP YOU WANT 

FOOD TO EAT DURING 

THOSE nUNGRY MOMENTS 



CRACKERS 

JELLIES 

CAKES 

CANDY 

CANNED MEATS 



Holly Theatre 

D AHLONEGA, G A. 
Wednesday, January 13 
"Brookyln Orchid" 

Marjorie Woodworth 
Thurs. - Fri. Jan. 14-15 
"Spirit of Sanford" 

Frankie Albert 
Marjorie Chapman 

Saturday, Jan. 16 
'Daring Young Man" 

Joe E. Brown 

Marjorie Chapman 

Mon. - Tues. Jan. 18-19 

"My Sister Eilleen" 

Rosalind Russell 

Wednesday, Jan. 20 

'Blondie for Victory" 

Penny Singleton 

Arthur Lake 

Thurs. - Fri., Jan. 21-22 

"In Old California ' 

Saturday, Jan. 23 

"Big Shot" 

Humphrey Bogart 

Mon. - Tues. Jan. 25 - 26 

"Little Foxes" 

Betty Davis 

Wednesday. Jan. 27 

"Tramp, Tramp, 

Tramp" 

ThursTHrri.. Jan." 28-29 
"Gay Sisters" 

Barbara Stan wick 
George Brent 

Saturday 

"Steel Against Sky" 

Mon. - Tues. Feb. 1-2 
'Guardian of the Sea' 

Wednesday, Feb. .3 

'Desperate Chance for 

Ellery Queen" 

William Gorgan 



V #* CaM Suglei M 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



Publication 
Date Cyclops 
Is Announced 

Annual To Be Largest 
In History of College 






CYCLOPS, according 
or, editor, will be dis- 
■ the students about 
March 1. The annual, the twenty- 
ninth volume published at North 
Georgia College, is to be the larg- 
est yearbook in the entire history 
of the college. 

The reports from the business 
staff of the publication, headed by 

nn I Man gum, sho' 
sale of annuals was 
1943 than during any previous year 
and that the sale of advertising 
exceeded the sales of 1941. 
Two special features of the 1943 






rill be 



. Major R. S. McConnell, now jr 
the armed service of his country 

600 North Georgia College alumn 
now serving in branches of th( 
armed forces of the United States. 
The list of alumni, which is to in- 
clude the address of each of the 
men listed, was made possible 
through the initiative of Professoi 
>rk of Misa 



Master Singers Come to NGC 




to be here Tuesday, Feb. 9, 
Page 4, column 5. 



and tl 
■oil, colle f 



the yearbook 
a picture of 
on it, while the 



coloring and will be printed 
pebbled paper. 

The beauty section, included 
the annual publication for the fii 
time in the history of the school, 
and a special section on student 
life, picturing practically every 
phase of the life that a NGC stu- 
dent knows, will be other high- 
lights of the yearbook- 

NGC Obstacle 
Course Nearing 
Completion Now 

Plans for an obstacle course for 

tin toughening of cadets have been 

: and put into effect by 

. ■ .-.] efforts '>f the Military 

of Physical Education. 

The obstacle course will consist 

of two aeperate courses, a short one 

and a long one. The short obstacle 

,,. K will begin near the 

[■ddex, will be primarily 
D '<l to butnict and toughen the 

[ore they begin the longer 
course. The longer course also be- 
gin! at the tennis court but instead 
of Stopping at the inverted ladder 
will continue further up the bill. 



* approximately six hundred yards 
long. 

The Military Department will use 

while the Physical Ed Department 
»ill use it during class periods. 

Each cadet will be taught the 
Proper method of going over each 
abstade before he is allowed to 
run the course. 



Dramatic Club 
Plans One-Act, 
Three-Act Play 






■play, "When Sh;,i,, 
peare'a Ladies Meet" by Charh 
George, is one which includes 
cast of six, all gtrls. Those select* 
for parts in ths play include Jane 
Mi Hc-hell, Frances Mitichell, Caro- 
lyn Carey. Marion Aultman, Ed 
Her, and Milbura Brigham. Tl 
play is to be presented on Thursday 
February 11. 

The date for the three-act piny, 
"Arsenic and Old Lace" by Joseph 
Ki-'sscrlinp. is yet unknown hut 
will be announced later. 
The girls in the cast of this play 
include Betty Rose Highto' 



md Betty Jei 

boys to be in tl 



0id Matt Mote Soyl: 



laundri situation siima khula 
up hyar at school. Thr"; 
going arind that one of the 
officir's (CENSORED) got 
mixed up wid some of the 
\ belongings- But he didn't 
ause it came backe pretteid 



1 that tl 



■ Mt v. 



You know 
hyar war, th 



rolkl r 



ration of the vomin- 
th:nk that this b a fine spice- 
It make* me fiel right pride 
of the school to know thai weave 
got sich fine women, and I thenk 
that they diserte tha eridiL 
Yours truly, 
OLD MAN MOSE. 



Honor List Girls 
Granted Privilege 
Of Seeing Shows 

On Wednesday night, January 2t 



NGC and Nine Other Colleges 
Reaccredited by Association 



Hammond Leaves, 
Hofman Now Here 



Upon i 



' his 



I'r.-.f. 



litary Science and Tactics, and 
eport to Fort Washington, 
Maryland, for reassignment, Col- 
lel C. G. Hammond left NGC last 
riday. His replacement, Colonel 
. A. Hoffman, arrived Thursday 

soontinued by Colonel 

Colonel Hammond came to NGC 

athews and upon his arrival 
his departure 1 






,ntly 



nd toughen the NGC Cadets Coi 



THANKS 









show each week. This is the firsl 
recognition, in the history of N. 
G. C, of the outstanding scholastic 

these khI:- may attend the show in 



uf 



Sin- 



es that by grantin 
she will encouref 
; to work toward i 



this 



preeiation to the Cadets and 
iculty of North Georgia Collegi 
r the many kindnesses shown 



Science Club 
Pledges 500 Pints 
Of Blood to Bank 



S^.TiC. 



h Georgia Collegi 
i has pledged fivi 
of blood to the blood 

It [fl hoped that ever 

physically able student will donat 

this Motorized Blood Batii 

when it comes to the college. 

After the blood is taken from th< 

•ictim," the plasm is separated 

from it and is stored in the bank. 

he purpose for this separation 

re: (1) to make it possible to give 

ny person a blood transfusion 

ith any type b).»..i: and <-, •,, 

The Science Club is still »eeking 
ew members. The club president 
rges that student* interested in 
itany, zoology, chemistry, or 
hysical wience join the club; he 



7 he i 






The 



Me]] Kitchens, V>c t -Pr«i*ent, 
George Green, Secretary and Trea- 
and "Butch" Brown, Parlia- 



Physics Students 
Obtain New Lab 



t class. This lab, constructs 
t quarter and brought into us 
a quarter, is located approxi 
tely 100 yards behind the in 
nary. In it, the students ur 
onditioning old motors whicl 
■ hereto fon i eloi - funk, The; 
e in the laboratory a Chevrolc 
tor. a Plymouth motor, a V-f 

A-Modal one, atw 
-cylinder one, and a 166 horse 
■ Cinner airplane motor, al 



I, was announced by Dr. G. D. 
mphrey, president of the asso- 
tion. When the Reorganization 
I was passed which removed the 
ird of Regents from politics, the 
■ formed for this by the 



Suuthei 



that 



Ge.'ririn'H schools bo restored t 
accredited standing. 

The southern Association stat- 
ed that there would be no loss of 

tended Georgia schools while Hie 

diuaecrediting was in effect; that 

renecrediting would be retro- 

rl would give itudanti 






i the i 






the policy before I 

Board "f Regents has 

been formed and ha* already he- 
.m work with Morion Smith, Al- 
ula lawyer, as its chairman, 
i..r,....Hi,is di'ii/hurgi'il by the Tnl- 
ii.lj.-e Political Machine huv lieen 

- ' ■ ' " 1 1 1 . . ' ■ ! i . i ■■■■■.,, I 

the time of their ,], ,„,, «l S 

idy accepted while otheri 



■J lie 



toted to do i 



ph., 



lich 



Sergeants Club 
Gives Dance Feb.27 



n.ch could i 






• I'lul, 



. thai 






the 



■enty seventh of 
this month al 
orchestra and admission tor tin- 

This is the dame |,,, 

for January 23, but which was 



NO TIME TO LIVE 



■] if.. 



Hum f 






yon entered college? 
»ve, because each day I am in 
. n-h from one thing to 
another. At the beginning of every 
day, I find myself making a mental 
I an of everything I most 
I won't forget- " 1 1 
Bug" in the Library, fourth 

CLOPS, chapel today. 

; for CADET BUGLEB, 
shoes for "phys-ed," Write 
Mother, get up laundry. . . ." and 
i goes the lint Iota infinity. 
One minute I am m a nervous 
nsion thinking ■] 
l grade I ail! probably make on 



"There will I 

■ 
today daring drill pi i 



fact that I, Ilka many 
other*, snatch a few minutes to 
visit the canteen — those priceleaa 
minutes when I run Into th* crowd 

And, oh, what would college be 
without nrj .. 

1 mj joy*. 
bach on all of these 
things, work play, friend*, "bull 



■cut ions." and 



I that take 

> live, I »vd- 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Tuesday, Februai 



VeSiAcd QabbaKje. *7<4e OncinebcUo'i. 



BILLT I.EDFORP 



cidrolal and shi.uld r 



"Ike GasfupMA. 



-BY JAHR ATT PRYOR 



history is being niailu. 



■ fade 









ome, protraying the happcnu 
«, is being written with thr 
cry lung* valliantly given to 

torn flag, with every tei 

father whose son has been 

peace on earth and good toward aU 
hero*. Onr grea 



That nln'i no flash MOORE HALL FIRE 

I ERRELI/S ring. The fire that destroyed ■ 

fir] at the bi 

. 



■ shed by 






■■the JOHNNY vs. BABS 



■ ■■■ 



e thej 



i the 



c of i 



i;.„. i 









life. From this endless line of 



aurage and undying desire for 
wrong. Of no less Value than 
the afore mentioned are the sons of North Georgia 
College. Recently under the auspicies of the Presi- 
dent, the college administration and the Cyclops 
{college annual) a list of former North Georgia 
College cadets and coeds now serving the country in 

trying yw 

students i 

plorably incomplete, has reached an enormou 
North Georgia College [a proud ft! her Bona 
egree than the world, our great r 



High flashes be CURTAINS! That's the wa 
n thi pan" f t ■■ MX-MAXWELL 

9PA1NHOUJE and WELLBORN? manee, 
C ilUd -i be that HICKS and 

PERRY ntill have that old feeling? 

What will the manly hero do, a girl hack borne. 
change his name or change his MARION, yon really AULT to 
taundry— How about it, PERDUE? d» ■-..mothing about . SMITTY. 

ANDREWS seemed "Alt Alone Gainesville in now the hi flu pot 



in Dahlonega b 


ought to light new facts to the cadets 


and coeds. 




First, it made 


the occupants of wood structures on 


the campus and 


;.,;>■ the possible dangers 


that would acee 


mpany a fire in the budding which 








■ed that NGC cadets are full of that 


certani courage* 


nsness which always appears in time 



l.f . 



r.nd Lonely while BAKER 

WWy. SANFORD HALL 

Some girls prefer vim, vigor, and r< i 

.■itality, hut FAYNELLE prefers Winn MEADOWS 

'.IP r i., been d i 

Wher 



Third, and most important, it brought to light t 

•ed of a well-organized fire fighting unit among 1 
SANDERS, Busso has cadets. 

Lessons are often learned by experience. The school 
has had its experience. Lives could have been lost 
in the fin.-. Worse things could have happened. 

But this loss of an estimated fifty thousand dollars 
should result in two steps in the near future. 

First, there should be an organized fire-fighting 
unit which, as demonstrated at Clemson College, can 









thai Aultmai 



* of thei 






NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE POET LAURATE 

"During the latter years of his life, he continued 
to lecture to school students and was widely belcved 
by children, who liked his keen wit, and the poetry 
which often glorified Georgia." A simple yet fitting 
tribute to be paid a man such as Erm-_.it NesJ, who 
had for the major portion of his life devoted himself 









Mr. 



ritually. Mr. Neal, who was graduated from 
eorgia College in 1881, taught in Georgia 



Bow about it, SHANNON? 

What do these glaring initials A certain captaii 
mean to ROUNDTREES M [,. R pamy FELL at the l 

OEADWYLER was asking about Friday night. 
GRIFFITH with more enthusiasm PROCTOR 
than he has shown in the paat two Must of t h._- coed 
/«">• cadets but BOBO 

CHANNELL appears to be tak- civilian Ian week. 
bgorerKEENER'S pUoouCawi- Jean Miller seems very happy. 
nova of the "Bam." l[[pp, BTPP, Hooray. 

FLASH] MINOLEDOBPF made | fl ,t true that TERHUNE doesn't 
a trip to Sanford Hall, How do care a SPEC about LOOKER J 
you do It, PERRY? MARGUERITE and KINSMAN! 

MAJOR seems to have a now in- Looks like it may last. 
tere.it. but is it really such a Some people meddle but "Tiny" 
M "' ,,? OARBY likes to PRYOR. 

In the show with The coeds wish that Billy HOL- 



ered by FBI 


Second, fire 


hazards should be removed. A fire 




escape might r 


ean the life of a college youth. 




The cadets h 


ve voiced a willingness to do all within 




their power t 


organise a fire-fighting unit The 


of "D" com- 


pulse of <the ca 


mpus is beginning to quicken its beat 


ketball game 




see some action toward this end. 




The only thi 


g that hinders such a movement is a 




call for it fron: 


the authorities of the school, and the 


still like our 


leaders of the 


military unit; whatever they decide 


hipped in a 


will determine 


the future. 



"MORE HELL" TWINS 

The parting of North Georgia College and the twins 
that preferred to be called "Moore Hell" has finally 



First they made a vain 
,'ompany guidon. But on 1 
10 slip-ups. The guidon i 

Who they a 



to steal the "C" 



■ Uik- 



"Georgia Poet Laura 



KEN Is nnxe.u 



Hello, 



FRESHMAN EDITON 

Every dog must have his day. Evidently thtl« can 
be found no little truth in this old axiom. At least 
for the time being this ole dog is relieved of his 
duties and has put the publication of this issue Into 
the capable and eager hands of two freshmen: Mi** 
-Mary Key Wynne and Mr. Wesley Channel!. "Ye 
ok editor" lends his hear) felt lympathles to these 
innocent young people in their hour oi W06 and at 
the same time feels certain thai they will do a most 
commendable job of editing and directing the inner 
workings of this issue of the Cadcl Bugler. 

PilART - A - NALYSIS I 



By MlSSCnn: imi i,i i ii k 



FRANK LAND would 

thi dining hull and more tin 

Will McMLCHAEL really i 



My PeAAcnai QoLutut 



ed cadets of "C" Company. The only c 

identity is that the following letter recently sent ' 

me was post-marked Valdosta, Georgia. It reads i 



column in the Cadet Bugler of December 8 
i printed a story which was undeniably i 
to us. We have accepted the challenge; wi 
n to the occasion; the "C" Company guidoi 



Mil 



successful attempt 



at NGC whoi 

i are Called 



Upon Ir, 



\ iff ■ 



: this 



tlg&tfon, it was found 

1 ■::•■'! in this 

ichool this quarter fort}f-nfJM boyi 

. thirty.six William's, 

'"■ has arrived, the twenty itx Tom's, twenty-two Bob- 

has worked) and the ' ' ■ i >,, ..„] . 

labor now lie beftn bo group them- 

be looked solves, for, In theft case, .-.even 

rnple Betty'i i . the outstanding name. 



leai - 
In a low - 



i his 



r h.,l,i, | 



\ boy in "D" Company t 



| :...:■ I: ill I iVfl Wi fa 

■ thai ihi loved mo. 



I oyi if the n Mb ■ 

IDOn understand. ngly 

■ ! ' .,1 Kl; . IP „| ,, , 

Yarn columnist having been hwi 
1 loetod eo-odltoi oj this journal- pro..... 
stlo endeavor, he has valiantly, several n 
Ullgently, but anaucceaafullj made Atlanta i 

L " ""'' l : " writing an editorial, til time 

■ NGC. Alas, 'there is N «C. 



. he t 









choked within him 
"oung daughter tha 
i come and live will 






Dear Sam: 

Although you don't rcal.ze it now 
fortunate man. You have learned . 
rold-diggcr." If she 



od b] i 

•■■■in ■ 

nothing 



d>?=cib. J, 






sions— SHE'LL .STICK' 



n enough that 
I the type y„u 

ur sweetheart 



i Lovebctter. peek 



i-'i about which 

''■'''■ "'"■"'■'I S„K-, Du,,' 'there 



the angels above 

The child knew that her mother had b 

ly sick. She knew that daddy's face 

tired looking. She knew that something was wrong. 

The mother, knowing that i>he had few minuUts to 
live, expressed a desire to see her young blue-eyed 
daughter that she loved so well. 

The timid child walked to her mother's bedside. 
Pork at The. mother, with her usual I 

■;■■-.]>■ raised her ha: 
student publication oi l "-' tllUirul Buri « " f hex young daughter. She told hei 



' "i ill for the 
steadily im- 

'.. but will not .. turn fa 
week n. nm ,,, 
will remain there un- 



i already been praised Thii have 



ied the PHI. 



always t,, be the type of girl that 
for her to I.e. and. alSO, t- 

Wild never cut her long, brc 

■ young child, looking into t 

promised that . 



r wanted - 



iaj tier mothej had grown to admire i 

Today this fluid has irr,.WT> tr. (-nil-,™., ^™, 



nd Wend, Guy Scott, Jr. GAN ' THB ■ 

. . u '■' '■ nu ew oi ma u i 

■■ IMI ' * II GLER, xh, 

taking a BUGUU) 

THE CYCLOPS, 

II BT i OMMENTINfl Ushed 

The girls seem to bo a bit 
puziled by the fact that, in going "*! tWin, y»>nth volume 



■ 



I know of nothing you a 
good WEATHER-ly's back. 



hall, the; 



I Of < 






In completing last 

i. 



wi,., ■ 



■ elec 



The Cadet Bugler 

FRESHMAN EDITION 
■■■ Key Wynne Waky Channel! 
Business Staff— Boby Edwards, Bob Car- 

micheal. Harry Duivns. 
NEWS Staff— Betty Spnht. Sidneu HighsmUh, 
Clinton Wade. Una 
onple to Emogene Perry, 

the fact Sports Staff— Eugene Uastey Viral* McEww- 
' " weU Feature STAFF— Ethel Sfamn. Tom Palmer. 
FACULTY ADVISEHRS-W. E. Clark. H. A. Gilbert 



'uesday, February 9, 19J3 



In Eye on the Dust 



■ Program. The new classes, under thei 

■ on a Military basis. The staff now un 

c\~es, known— with particular emphasis 



[ better fit the ; 



:hi^ applies to the Physical Trai 
nlk'Cr. Tin* writer does not hav 
t for the benefit of those who neve 



x with the old one, will note the 

'" Room Closed 

Huch Mills announces that the 



. temporarily closed 
Halt. The old game 
probably open again 



Good Sportsmanship 



t full speed. Athle! 



id ruthless—either the 
-r. The only way to 
■n. This is the reaso 
> build "intestinal foi 



fields. 
th,. o.]}./ K ...= 



' Physical Education. 



the players. When a 
ports me 

coaching- staff, 

BASKETBALL STANDINGS (incomplele) 



L for sports this quarter — especi- 

■ til,' .:<»lLdU; 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 



Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 8 a. m., 4 p. m. 

Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:15 a. m., 2 p.m. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8 a. m. ( 4 p. m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 4 p. m., 6 p. tn. 



W. A. WHITMIRE 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

"MORE FOR YOUR MONEY" 
On The Square 



Welcome, N.G.C. Students 

May We Remind You of Our 
Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Cadets Win 
Three Games 
On Road 

Four Games Are Won 
Since Holiday Season 

North Georgia's Cadets 



, when they wt-nl 
nt through South 

•M of the Junio: 



tues— in which they 
NGC has been defej 



downing ther 
stellar shooting of Mac Lowry. 
They then journeyed to Douglas, 
where they defeated the South 
Georgia basketeers, 30-25. 

After marking up two triumphs, 
the Cadets Saturday night added 
Abraham Baldwin lo their strint.* 
of victories, thrashing them to the 
tune of 43-17. 

Last Friday, the 29th, The Cadets 
encountered Georgia Naval Pre- 
flight school, losing 33-40. 

Saturday night they journeyed 
to Atlanta where they played 
Georgia Evening College, winning 




'Y' Room Converted 
Into a T Hall 



II have the ber 



> be held in the 



Paul's Clothing 
Company 

Men's Suits, Hats, and 

Furnishings 

Gainesville, Ga. 



NGC Girls Begin 
Intramural Basket 
Tourney Jan. 27 



all Toi 






uary 27. 

The schedule of thi 
is as follows: 

Hippolytans vs. Phi Omicrons — 
January 27. 

Trahlytans vs. Mercureans— 
January 21 






r-iihlyt. 



Phi Omicrons— 

. Hippolytans — 

Hippolytans — 

. Phi Omicrons— 



rith the annual Fresh man -Soph o 

lore game which will be playe 
Wednesday night, February 3. 



R. L. Courtenay 
&Co. 

JEWELERS 

WATCH and JEWELRY 
REPAIRING 

107 E. Washington St. 
Gainesville, Ga. 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 

SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 
WHOLESOME FUN 



Dahlonega Recreation Center 



STEP FROM THE ICEY OUT DOORS 

INTO WARMTH and CHEERFULLNESS 

ENJOY 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 

- • — 
PENNANTS STATIONERY 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



THE CADET BUGLER 



CAMPUS SURVEY 



About 18-19 Year Olds Voting . 



Yes— S3* 

spread popularity The 

happened to -ak.; in '.he i5-sue, that ih 

outstanding arugnitr.t «;,<. "If they ,1 
old enough to vow." On the negative 
too young to vote intelligently." 



No— 89$ (Students) 
((6— 179! (Faculty - 



thi? question" t 
to fight, they a 
stated, "They a 



A STUDENT'S REFLECTIONS 



E.!..v 



■ Of T. 



the 



fruits of a tittle typewriter practice 
before the writer got down to the 
serious business of studying. The 

mind, finally threw up his hands 

typing trouble, and proceeded to 
study while his roommate, who had 

he was writing, picked up the pii-ce 
of "scrap" and brought it to the 

"The writer of this article doesn't 
even know it's being printed. He 
only wrote of the way he felt about 

particular case does not matter for 
he is North Georgia College: he i«, 

feling, symbol i< 






i of i 






their indominatable spirit toward 
"I wonder if I have forgotten any 



thisk I could type anthinglhat mo.*! 

semm to make mj 
damed ole things. 

"I'm doing pretty well in my 
studies now becayne, no doubt, I 
am taking just what I wanl .<■ take 
I could have gone ahead and takon 
typing, but I know that I would 
need the subjects 1 am taking more 

than oil Mil- i\ runi- mi - h <-\ I 

typing ".i! do you no good 



Well, as I see it, this wouldn't h. 
the case were it not for a bunch of 
skunks on the other side of the 
water who think they can bo God. 
I know they think thai they an 
in the right and of course we 

the present, I'm not particualarly 
interested in what they think be- 

caiiM' thiy have murle t h« ■ grandi-sl 
mess anybody in the worts could 

lick thi- K ang of cutthn.ut.; t.ui 1 
know weSIl do the fjflett lot of B 
job. Why do I know this? ItSs 
because I thi»nk 1 know th) »V< I igi 






retty - 



failure and IUCCOMJ I have ■ I n 
him go on when thp extent of hu- 
man endurance hu» long ilnce been 
reached. This is the spirit of one 
hundred and thirty nullum jicr.j.lr 
who Vn.'iv whiil it mi'Eiii-i 1" ('" H. 

church every day if thi v i l jc * ■ . to 



■orl: 



Un-, 



thnt no man ton invudi' ln-cmii •■ nf 

h tereate, 
"ToJ, the spirit of America in 

iryh- ii wen] In lUoli bocaui a oJ 

■ 
i: i founded on thi prinelplei of 

the rights of man " 

The story Btopi here, Tin- writer 

quit prartirintr t<> wturly, but in hb 

■ 
ing fact, the fact tl. r 
youth in aware of thin war. of what 

■ 

I think it 

may !"■ rani that In- r < >n invini'. 









Dean's List 
Is Announced 

85 Students Make 
Coveted List at NGC 

The Dean's List for the fa! 



i after free week-end 



the H»n»r List: Jack 



Adkin 



F. Henderson, Mary Jean Hill, 
Lee Home, Clayton Huckaby, 
McConnell, William Rountree, 
Scott, Frederick H. Smith, 
Jimmy Woodward. 

Those receiving blue- white-blue 
onor bare for their fourth quarter 
n the List: Marion Aultman, 
Braei E. Carter, Lincoln Elam, 
oscph Hicks, Emoruth Keith, 
Mack Lowcry. Holly McMichacl, 
Ju.k Perdue, James Upshaw, James 
I. Wood. 

Students receiving the blue bar 

aron C, Adkins, James Cowart, 
James Lyman Davis, Joel N. Elrod, 
i Kcnnemur, Talmage Martin, 
Hugh Mills, Virginia Potter. Ernest 

Those who have been on the List 
r two quarters and are receiving 
t while honor bar: William D. 
launder, Prank P. Andrews, 
Churles T, Battle, Jack Chitty, 
Arthur J. Crumbky, Cecil C. Davis, 
James L. Dcadwyler, Newman E. 






-, Jimmie McCan- 
uuh Meaders. John A. 
Preston, Tommy Satterfield, Edwin 
Scales. June Stamey. Jarvis B. 

Students who will be awarded the 
red honor bar for their first time 
on the Honor List: Albert H. Allen, 
Louise Arnold, Charles E. Bar- 
rineau, Wallace Batemao, Curtis 
Bell. Johnnie Brookshire, Jack A 
Burrell, Andrew D. Chandler, CI if 
ford Cook, Mary Glass Crooks 
Robert J- Edwards, Benjamin 
Frackler, Herbert Fenster, 
Gnffeth. Thomas S. Harris, Phil 
Henry, Sidney Highsmith, Mar- 
Hill, Thomas Huff, Alfred 
Hunt, Thomas Jimmerson, Helen 
:Elreath, Mary Martin, John G 
Her, Betty Moore, Paul H. Pal- 
■r, Tom C. Palmer, Phillia Pharr, 
ijor Rice, Hugh H. Riddle, Vir- 
tia Shirley, Charles H. Smith 
Lawrence Thompson, L. R- Tow- 
Mary Key Wynne. 



Mayflower 
Restaurant 

WESTERN STEAK 

and 

SEA FOOD 

Gainesville, Ga. 

"The Best of Foods" 



Cadets! Coed's! 

Fore Expert Sewing, Mending, and Altering 
See MRS. DAVE BROWN 
Located Above Old Post Office On The Square 



Tuesday, February 9, 1943 

Master Singers 
Appear Here Feb. 9 



wick of Chicago. Composing the 
company are: Bernard Van Hefte, 
first tenor; Shelby Stewart, second 
tenor; William Conroy, Baritone; 
Walter Harwkk, bass; and Harry 

The program outlined includes 
music ranging from Rachmaninoff 
to Cole Porter. There will be solos, 

edy, and drama. The reports from 
their first engagements in the 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE MAKE 

SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 
SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 



STUDENTS! 

Are you behind on your canteennlogv 

Spend your spare time in the 

CANTEEN 


J. D. Matthews 


J. C. Penney Co. 


"ASK TOR IT— 

WE HAVE IT" 

When in Gainesville eome 


Ready-to-Wear 

"Where Savings ere 


to see us. 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Electrical Supplies 
Radio Supplies 






J. M. Parks & Sons 




ABEE 
Dry Cleaning 


CURLEE CLOTHES 

STETSON HATS 
Peters Diamond Brand 


FINE LAUNDRY WORK 

"BEST FOR LESS" 


Shoes 
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 
GAINESVILLE, GA. 



John H. Moore & Son 

A Store That Answers Your Needs 

t Cadets — 
To Make Your Uniform n.mplete 
and Your Appearance Smart 

Shoes, Mil. $.100 to $5,95 

Shoes, Mil. Strap Slippers $4.95 

Ties, Khaki and Black 50c 

Coed Oxfords $359 

\M> II' YOU WANT 
FOOD TO EAT DURING 
THOSE HUNGRY MOMENTS 





LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



Shelton's 

SERIVE STATION 
Woca Pep Dealer 



And for a Shave and 

Haircut come to our 

Shop 

Shampoos 25i 

Shave - - 20. 

Haircut 35i 



WOODY'S 

BARBER SHOP 

ON THE SQUARE 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 



Week Beginning Feb. 8 

Monday - Tuesdav 

"TARZAN'S NEW YORK 

ADVENTURE 

Johnny Weismuller 

Wednesday 
"X MARKS THE SPOT" 

Helen Harris 



Thursdav - Friday 
"HI NEIGHBOR" 

Lullabelle and Scotty 



Saturday 
"NOT A LADIES MAN" 

Taul Kelly, Fay Wray 

Week Beginning Feb. 15 

Monday - Tuesday 
"RIDE EM COWBOY" 

Abbott and Costello 



Wednesday 
"ATLANTIC CONVOY" 

John Beal 



Thursday - Friday 
"THE SPOILERS" 

John Wayne 

Saturday 
"PRIVATE BUCKAROO 

Andrei 



V #• Cadet Buglet 

UVENIR EDITION The Voice Of North Georgia College S SOIIVENII 



SOUVENIR EDITION 

VOLUME XIII. imhiiiN 

North Georgia College Again 
Under New Accelerated Plan 

SUMMER TERM SLATED TO BEGIN JUNE 17 

Thos. Barksdale 



SOUVENIR EDITION 



OUManMoieScuyi.: 



Wynne and Downs Elected 
To Head Publications of NGC 

COED CANDIDATE CARRIED BY BIG VOTE 




Btz' : :::::: 


'■ "in be aptly 
through the 
m Downs a 


;:;::;:l, ':::";/;.; 


■- .,.i,i .1, rotod 

in tori in 
certulntj thai 

.-, ".II again 


lont wl ■ Jiutlj 

u the muni hand n 
kfangum imt) Jurra 


i Ictlng 

..n of Holland 
Pryoi In the 



Graduation Exercises Held 
On March 11 at N. Georgia 

JOSIAH CRUDRUP WAS SPEAKER 

Graduation Exercises for the class of 41-43 we 
held in the North Georgia College auditorium Thursday P* 1 
evening, March 11, at 7:45. The guest speaker was "* 
Dr. Josiah Crudrup, professor of Physics and Astronomy, by 
■vhu has been associated with Mercer University in a " , 
Macon for the past sixteen years. 

onated to the college about fifty lar ' 
ears ago by tl 



Blood Bank* now in 
tudied tht 
preparing bl I foi itora 

■■■ i.r, I, i! | ,,| 

foi actual usi -|'h. has 

diligently to gel a mobile 



Ph D 



- 
1 1 i • nd ,, 
■ b i in physics 
■ m the [fnirersll 

■ 

■ 



NGC Again Receives Coveted 
High Rating At Inspection 

colon El I) \ McMILUAN CONDUCTS 
INSPECTION SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR 

"" Government inspection of North Georgii 

,mt * unit, an annual event, took place February 27th with 

"™ h Lieutenant Colonel I). N. McMillian. Pn.lV....,',,- , h f Mihur 

.., M Science and Tactics af the City High School.- m rhaii.-i 
ith i nooga, Tennessee, in the role of inspecting o] 

schi ol, .i pa t, received 

ci * rating of excellent 



ually 



the number 






officer 






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.11) 



[>> Grudun belle 






f the sulphur drugs .. 



■i Hillii 

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A 



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I 



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in plat full, i; C pany 'i"i 

■ rdi i drill, C I ompany 

lag (I.. 



drill, i 

obstacle course 

The Jay w*« 



Venbal Qanhcufe 



*JUe llncineticiiGSi 



What. No Girls? . 



boarder. \Y 

■ ■ 

before the little km ■ 



a 

ijii bating. 
, y thoughts turn to- 
FANNJE'S 



dropped, EDW ■> ! 

BOND! 

il t HIM HE] :■■ 

. g B ■-■ place? 

H \ N ■ ■ IULT not to 



JAYNE'S rings 



larkl.' I 



M\ 



1 

REEJ> be 



the 



i of f 



■ .iffu-, 



. ■ 



i whoppei Be 

■ 



;ven thi.' 

the way rumor* get aro 



bag. 






:ir|.|itii. 



! ii,. boj ' doi 



: the girli would have to go home, 
But to calm the fears ol cvorj i • li 

• ■ ' \»l''! ■ " ■ n '- 11 '" 

the event Nurth Gi'Oik'i» ( '. -II. ■(,'■■ is offered sucli ■■ 
contract by the government and if 
that the girls as iv. II ;. ■ ■■■■ ■ 

. 
rely entirely upon ,) "- ■•-•■"'•' i»-»»tv "i '".■ " ll1 "' 
;,. but thai >vJi also 

■ ampus and in the "bam " 
ttle man, pul your little bag nwny 
■ ther day. 



I N.G 



■ 



■ 

,,.,. II. I \.-.u 
i ■ , It.' Illilll l.i'f li.V lllr |i.< , I' 1 i'. "i III 

■ 



I till' < 






ii'iiutiful thing iiphI i' 



■ 

!■ \i.nui\ fit r m w. 
MIMM.KHHKM-', MAVIS, DEAD- 
w in BR, n ^RTZ II ' 

ID i.-. and in '■ i ir« 

1 

re i lei ■ 

KBNNKI'I i 

PATH EH 10 ■ i LNDREB 3 

havi ii bad, and thul aln'l k I. 

■ I i.i n, 
, ,:.n: . fal tot KEJ i t", 

I ., . , ■ Ml. 

P.0S1 and BEDFORD mill go 
togethi 



■ Ml Kl 
. GEOP ■ 
ing i try to MAXWELL in the 

"A lux. h of ll \K. Iiwn-ntll til.' I.'lll'll, 

:■ and thou- 

l:,. ,,!,- mi-, i.iiiuhiiii; in tin' (untci-ti. 



The 






! i,,, i (fou forget, HICKS? 
HILL keepi the loli pi i buaj 

ii'i'i'n nit; 1,-ni- ili'tiinii- , nil- 

\\i,,,:' :■., h ■' WEI 
I i:i I i;m -, i i:i i: I'KKUY; 

,,,i PROl TOR 

R I,-. .]-,, n'l I ii 

hi boj a - 1 ■ ■' Om 

KEITH? 

Ain.llicr Ii n (In- ilnvnliy .,f 



HI.. -udin llmi :■■■■<<■ <'ii»w 

LANGLE1 ! "i 

■ 
"bumpy road to love." 

i ii > IAIN believe Hint 
Mil 1.1m l-i.ilv klll'T 
of th, ham, HI' KS '" ■ 
III' I- 

thai *aj iboul E IR] r i I ffl B 
.. KEENER i- still the 
WOOD 
WOOD 



■ 



s.< 



■.■nlli'i 



campu vMi.it do you think? 

■ 

a MVi'll liir-l , ■ ■ 

. itiin I tin re a formulu, 

hi i. in . 
IllGllTOWKIt i " 



Mil VI, II kl lip 1 

mill.)'' I'l'.l'lil I-. I'll I. Ml', 

and HOL1 VND thinli "time' D 

n \\:\ ,i" | ■ 

il„. KE1 U, W\ NNK MASSMY'S 

.■il I 
tontlonl In tin' l;i y\ 



lln 



.,( Il„- 



mill Will 



Tiny urn I f,. 



RH HARDSON made the rounds 

.i | , . . 

IAC1 ON Will there be re? 

Mo othei one hai 
CUTTS whal ROY did. 

Whiit 
Me" I,..,, foi Ml VIZ' 
PERRY, it seems that you 

ui:,H„n',| tin- ntl.-nti f all th- 

11 rVDRYS 

i- " ,, ■!,,■ i UIOLYN will 

—Continued on Page 6 



HART A - NALYSIS 






Farewell To Thee . . . 

Septembei of 1WI, I recall fresh. 

I 
,i. ir : [,„ ■-;, ■ introductions 



i of a cadet who 



I 



More To lie (iainerl . . . 

viiii -. I li.iv.' I'.onil tin- to be ti ii.' 

Such men a- Professoi Barnes offei .. philosophy 
of life thai is the result of many yea - 
perience on their part. He teaches to stay on top of 

that pjii think and visualize, ae- 
m will eo far in this world. 

- - • y thing in order 
to teai ii yon his philosophy of life 

ami ..'iilmnt^ an, I i'«irru-.-T \\>:^ with w hk'h In- undet- 

- B part of tin pupils that he 

.; ,i,.vei- foi-jji-'t hi" .-tale me ut that you 
don't have to travel far anil wide in order to !"• edu-. 
, ■ ii t ..- . I . l.ni just ,.|.-,i\i I'vi'iythin^ around you in the 
. that you happen to cover. 

,,| ."lli'i:i , I have come to 
the -- lusiori thai the book matter that you learn 

' ..illy think and visualize; 

I' ... i|iiinno a high anil worthwhile phil- 
osophy of life. Two years at Ninth Georgia College 
offer both of thi willing to take 

hi ,,['f- 1 . 

Whal Lies Ahead . . . 

the enrollme 

in" thi' srhnol will really ,lu.|, iU"-'- 
■ 

: mother Mil' fifshman, ".nul ar 

— Ciintinued on Pagl " 



VICTORY 

Qoal 4 A/.Q.e. 






JustO 



OMME 

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"mi ■ 
valuable- n, , ■ 

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1 ; ;", ibi, 









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a suli|j|.|, , . 

,, . . ..-. i ■', ■ ■ 

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TI,,' 



lighlj developed soldier is n 
fully nn.l.'i ..>. . 

:"..v and wide 
[■raining I'- 

B ■ 

■ 

■ 
- . ■ , j 
■ 

i' 1 - 'low 111 lull urn,-. ; ,| v 

■ 

■ 
■ - 

■ 

- 

-< inucd on Pat 

Tie Cadet Bugler 



Coeds Become Well Trained Soldierettes 

I I 





Gray Air Cadet 
Killed In Crash 



k.n.-.i , 



ion Cadet Ros 

r., 21, Gray Ga., was 

tantly Sundaj night when 



Coeds Are Being Trained For 
Vital Part In N. G. C. Unit 

Today, more than ever, the coeds are vitally es- 
sential to North Georgia College. The day is in sight 
when girls will have to take charge of the many of the 
important positions and activities here; there are high 
pns.-iliilities of the girls' shouldering most of the responsi- 
bilities at N.G.C. in the near future. They are an asset 
in the college in more ways than one. Besides adding 
color and interest, the coeds are raising the scholastic 
-un.kiHs of the school. Statistics shmv that a higher 
per centage of the girls made the Dean's List than did 
the boys. 

It cannot be denied that without with thai foresight, i-t.iMishe,] ..m- 

■■.■■ I fiuul*.' .tuik-nt.., tin- .-.iicial? ;it ,,f ll " fni"-t i-m-il military corps 

ehool would I"- a dismal failure '" the country Thej realize the 

■ ■ valent difficult!. - ■" « --■' of di llllng in iU senai of 



Coeds Undergo 
First Inspection 



Wynne— 






Wynm 



vj.i.fovil Hall, 

i'i.n-1- .'nmmi.nl> called "1 ' i Rani." 
iisi th. morale 01 the 

.. .■ i'..]k'tff i- the 
n]y niilitui'j .-..llv^r in th.- UruteiJ 

■ ■■■'■ ■ ■ ■:.:■■ 

■ 

thai 1.I1. girls prove to 









the 



bidets, By logical 
may see how parad- 

■ 
tor desire in the male 



BURN'S 

Your Friendly Barber 

HAIRCUT 
. . the way you want it. 



ship, ii-.uiiT-.inii, an I 

Rec Club iiiui [ihysinil 
education. 
The coeds nol onlj I 

'■ Home 

h are solelj 

■ in also ai in-.- 

■uaiiy lal..'tit- '■■ the Clee 
I) 

■ 



,. hool foi boys. 

■.ini.il. the girls on the 

■ 



96.4 

HippolytanE . 94.41 

94.1S 

Phi Omicrons 93.7 

hi personal in 

ii-'ii under ih. 

Bi ic< P - ■ on Idered in 

inspection wi ■• 

and cuticles , hail clean; - ! 

■ posture; 

g< u'-i.ii pei 

I 



Bast 



X-vsl.-li-il wild then h,-n «,., I, l,y 

Bod K.lw:n-,ls, Bu.in.-.. M L ,„ii KlT ,.f 
the CADET BUGLER, and M L. 
Johnson, Business Manage] of the 
CYCLOPS Edi 
Poins, Ga., while 

served well high High - I I pub 

'n-i" .'iiil hi.- -hnivri irnjit | i- 

ise in work done on the BUGLER 
and thi CYl LOPS. Johnson, of 



:i'"l "ti.-lmli mill-- north of Long- 
view. Ti-xiis, Ll. C»\ Ralph R oc k- 

I Monday, 
No details of th« crash were made 

StatlwoithV 



Betty Hightower 
Wins Coveted Title 
Miss North Georgia 

Miss Bottj R ■ . Hightowei n>as 

ni id Wi ■ Soi th 1. 1- n 

in ;i ballot taken bj ■■ 

I) last fall fliis ttj co-ed, 

'i ■-■ii pr< i bj jovi i.ii othei 

■ 
Ity of the votes to u In 



ovoted I 
Shi Ii 



being both friendly i 



sliuk-i 



In.-, to her i 



•nil > 



mn I , 



'■■■, i large 



■ l <■■ I ■ ' ; :.-. lllllllllCI-lli|. 

in ih.' Rec Club, and the position 

of .■! i leader. 

talented ri-oahman n i Miss North 

G gin College mel the approval 

ol all 



PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 



Phi Omkroi 
Trahlytans, third; 

Itijijiiilytiiny, l.i I. 

The inspi ■ 

■I Ii i- n 

Idi' .I. ill, Miijin lluti in-i 



■ l, "I 






"We are prepared to meet your 
drug need." 

Your College Drug Store 






.,; ati 



WHEN IX GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

V.mr Headquarters fnr all kinds of 
SANDWICHES - DRINKS LUNi HES 
Rooseveli 



. ■ 

girls i" i formi .1 " 

: -■,;, 1 

n 



■ A!,-, 



Lt Mvaii.,. 



S-T-U-D-E-N-T-S 

H I : 
IAZINES 
NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 51 HOOL SUPPLIE! 
NOI 10 
PRESCRIPTIONS I IREFI I VI I ll I in 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



"SERVING DAHLONEGA I OH 32 YEARS" 

l»\IBIOM«. \ TELEPHONE COMPANY 

It. C Meadera 



w^^snssns* J7SSSSS KS£f nb 



Give Exhibition 




NGC Publications Have Good ; : ; ; t 
Year Under Efficient Leaders ; ■ ;, 



McCalJa Awarded 
Bombardier Wings 






-lill . 



. ■■ bei 



ih.-. 



■ Cool 






. of l 



rgia College. Un- 

dei thcii ■ upei . i 

nublkati 'H-. the 
I A.DE1 BUG] ER, the newspa- 
per. nnH the CVriJ.CS, the r.ff,. 

' Ihl L -..lk-RL-. 

Heading the ■ \l>i i 1:1 1.1 i 1: l! ' 

■ w Billj Led * - ,| ' - u 



Fortunately (or Mi Cartland 

■ the kin. I thai 

■■■ Im„|; the most trouble. He i? 

,1:1 lime, nffei,-, 



In Its Activities 

The Dramatic Club, under the 
.lin-ctirm of Ml Kenneth M Enjr- 

i i. has madi standing nee ■ 

lishmelit- duiing the yuai 1942-43 

The club has presented six chapel 
programs, two of which were pro- 

The main participants in these 
were Tom Palmonr, Fred Weather- 
ly. Holland Mangum, Ethel Martin, 
Robert Henry, and William Banks. 
i n, !•',■!, i jary 2, this organization 

(favr a |n-iufi-:im "f ehnnil rciiitin/s 

Nnwrnlii'i- 1''. wa- ; l,]-fj..-hioneil 

mvloiiriima in one act, "Hi- Ain't 

I Right by Nell," by Wilbur 

Braun. The oiitstjiiiflinj: characters 
in the play were Marion Aultman, 
"Butch" Brown, Ethel Martin, Earl 
William . and Jim Upshaw, presi- 
ii imatic Club. 

On Fcbruarj 11, a i isl of »x 

,:■ gave, "V 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 



all ! 
-h.it which 






i , .■■ . ■ 



■ 



Col John ' 
Lieut Mel 

all phases ol t bins and ai rial 

■ 

,.. ■ duty. Be- 



troubl. Hi uses a 
iliting high I"" ■ hoi ■ lose 

. , ,.i.i be handli i 
it "Gra ■ hoi ' ■" m I; '- 

., if he could gel there a frac 



I of I 



College Men To Be 


■ 


Given Opportunity 
At SV-7 Program 

1 

H wan -'iii 
■ ' ■■■' i 


. i \,i.,|, | ■ 

earl kaoi 

■ u-i'i fi.ll.-ir-- 

■ 

■i .," I..i.: 



Ml., I 



■ 

jvc ' "^ V 



ii. i , i .i the < anadiai 

National Singh > 
land i thi c . 1 1 i 

Hi-. 

ii ill'. nlii..l s[ii>M- kvhii 1. 

i .in I., playi ,1 i,..i ,...|>, in school 

!..■ got* Out of E 

He will .1- in 
., pari ol thi . 



,,,„i i 



-i. Kxhil 



i,,;,. Hei 
i 

the f.jrnin 



rhai 



trayal of 
ilepiL'tirl 



Shakespeare. 

il production of the 

i atii i lul. was " i\ ienii and 

Old Lace," a three-act nlas bj 
i ing givei Man h I 

included Betty Rose 
i Ma.ie.ri Aultman, Ethel 

Martin, Fail Williams, Can-oil 
trong. Jack < ihitty, Pred 
u. itherly, Robert Henry, Bill 
I-;.!., an] Bond, Wesley 

nell, Wi Banks, Tom 

our. and Jim W i 

. Eiitrlitnil stat. ■.! l kit ;.i- 
hi n- ;n. rift) members 
and thai at the beginning of 
erm there wi re ■ onsiderabl) 



thi 



tal ■ 

.,,1 (he 












. ■ ■ . ; 



tion of the v.-ii 
■ 
The following n 



I 



with n publico- 

The i iuet toi 



Dependable Insurance 

Surety Bonds 
Be Sure- Insurf 

J. S. Speer, 
agent 

-t. Georgia 



Mon.. Tues., March 22-23 
Abbot & Costello 

PARDON MY SARONG" 

Wed., March 24 

Richard Dix 

"AMERICAN EMPIRE" 

Chapter 7 
"G-Men vs. Black Dragon 



Thurs. Kri.. March 25-26 
Kay Kyser 

"MY FAVORITE SPY" 



Sat., March 27 

William Holden 
in 

'YOUNG and WILLING'' 

also 

Chapter 7 

"Gang Busters" 



Wed., March 31 

Marjorie Woodworth 

and 
William Marshall 

"FLYING WITH MUSIC 



Chapter 8 
"G-Men vs. lilack Dragon 



Thurs., Fri., April 1-2 
Majorie Main Zasu Pil I 



: :...! 



the ] 

upon aatWactury . , 
1 






r.,!l„« 



i.,ii 



■ lul'- hi le lire-. cut at the 

the banquet Jai ratt Pi r> i Holland 



the brunch ■■'.:. 

■■ . Uni- be, Emogene Pe 

veraity of South Carolina library, houi 
Columbia, 8. C. 



John H. Moore & Son 

General Merchandise 

A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 
1(111 N " MO0R E ROBERT M. MOORE 



Iii Eve mi l iir Dust 



The Techniques uf Boxing « 

Sophomores — 

This vlumn wishes to 
parting day will be one of 1 
sophomores. Your wrilcr 
.mphomoie > 

each one h»s the "beat i.f I 
Sports Review— 



I.., | all tlit.- sophoi 



r the freshmen as well as for the 



Dun 



Sporting Teams 
Of "A" Company 
In Lead at NGC 



summer n f 

utplayed all opposition 

l.i. ■ " i. h" c.impiiny 

■ i Again 

v Company i 

■■■ ihe tenn 

nenl "D" I 

i he athletes 
■ ■ ..: pa t jr. under gu 

layton M 

augh't softball tournmc 
- 
in [Ik- volley bull tuumi 






E. W. Murphy, Jr. 
Is Made Corporal 

ir. in W Murph 

\i ir phy. Si . ■■ 
Route i. l.-ii.i ■ 

I noted from ; 

Quartermaster Rt 



Cadet Promotions 
Are Announced 



nounced, effective immediately: 

THE STAFF: To be captain 
S-4, l-i l.t R ,i- E i. 

5-2, 1st l.t Hugh H. 



Tra 



: <-,.,:■ 



i , u i:.. 



t S-l, 1st 

l.i. 



1 ■■ H ;i basic mili tar; 

attached to Com 
i ■ QM I . 



II, 



,ly , 



< head." Although several a< 

lint: burs, and climbing [un 



pi yed :■■. th r. . I M.i. h Corp . 
lakeland. Fla. 

Cpl Murphy :• mai rii ' 
living ,,i LaGrange He was in- 
ducted Nov, :.:. 1942, ami arrived 






-nber t3. 1942. 
i North Georgia 



lollege of Uuhlfiifga. 



il-iI Quartermastei C which 

eds, clothes, and transpoi i- the 



THE BANP To I- ls( l.t . l-i 
Sgt Eddie ' 
Sgt Walker Kinsman. 
COMPANY ■ 

■ ' 
. i. . I- . Smith. D . 
M \\ ....i. 
II, i v. i - I 

ton, P 
COMPANY B T 

ii in r : to bi stafi - 

-i ... it . ■ e Sgts, Wa 

B 

E am, Pal Glovi r, !l . 

COMPANY ■ T 

..i ■. ■■• Sgl . Bnnn, Wm 
, . H . Holbrook H \ ■■ 
. Bnling. T 






firsts and two -■ 



NGC Basketball 
Team Completes 
Successful Term 






\ K ti. ulim-al College in Hi..' .luni.,1 

College Invitation Btiskelbnll Tom- 

■ Douglas, F.i.i nary 27, 

i tj ei r j a Collegi basl ethall 

tea m finished a nineteen game 

Coached by the versatile J B. 
.... and his able assistant, G. 
Ramsey, the Cadets earlii i in 

lefi ated the boys from 

Tift. m by a twenty-seven point 
margin. However, in the tourn- 
ament, with the two I 

M Us and He la Pierre, 
missing from the line-up, the "N. 
G. C." Cagers were beaten by two 



..mi The Freshman played 
played. The ma 

■ ward ."I the v 
The line-ups for the two 



W I \l-| \\ \ JliiN 



NGC-Sfl S.iulh Geoi-tria— 2h 

NGC 18 Abraham Baldwin— 1*! 

NGC— 33 Ga. Pre-flight -40 

NGC— 55 Rivfi'si.lo— Lilt 






by Col. John C. 

trton, i nanding officer. 

Lieut. Ton'- commissi s i .-. ■ 

It of a compn-li- ■• 

ihasi .it nmbing ami aerial 
II. will i.. 
another post for furthoi .'■• B 



r...,- 



: l ho 
Monticello Dig 



.>)...,.! 



And for a Shave and 
U. iii. til come to our 
Shop 
Shampoos 25i 

Shaw -"' 

Haircul 35i 

VVOODY'S 

BARKER SHOI" 

ON THE SQUARE 



TO STUDENTS AND PROSPECTIVE 
STUDENTS OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

GREETINGS! 



NGC— 10 - Ab 
NGC— won 



Jeol H. Tutt Made 
Second Lieutenant 



~ Roswell, X M 1" graduation ■ x- 
t ereisea held here recently Joel H 

! , T.itt, s..n .if Mr. .....I Ml B, Geo. gc 

i. ri Tun. Monticello, Ga., pcci ived 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 
SEE 

Johnnv Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 
BOWLING 

AT THE 

Dahlone^a Recreation Center 

DRINKS, SANDWICHES and LUNCHES 



r,.]]ece friends have always met here t.i diseuss 

matters on the campus and here it is that you 1 
continually brought your dates to enjoy our 

Southern Dairies Ice Cream 
Coffee and Toasted Sandwiches 
Delicious Drinks and Sundaes 



Gifts such as COLLEGE-SEAL jewelry, stationery, j 

,-t, ■, have "made many a match," especially when j 

BOY and GIRL were trying bo "make up" after some j 
little difference! 

SMITH'S has always offered to you the verj best in | 

evereythinj> that you have called upon them for, and t 

if there are any suite,, ^ti..n> that you wnnld like to J 

make to benefit the students, we will receive them j 

with the utmost appreciation. J 

t 



SMITH'S 

here College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



NGC Highlights Canteen Holds NGC Alumni Retain Interest Col. Hofmann 

: ' es !" ,ed Can ! P ! ,s S r! ?,. In College Life,Letters Reveal 




FRED JUNES. Owner 



Physical Education Department Makes Headway 





Ramsey And Scearce Head Department 

YMCA and YWCA 

Sponsor Numerous 

Activities at NGC 



Above photographs show cadets receiving instruction te/tL ■v^'V.'n 
l.nxiim. This is another phase of the valuable train- En , |lhl !„. w^k'un.u 
'ved at North Georgia College. ship of Dr. Long of 




Pulse of Campus — 



Ami the 



o freshmen as to 
the future of North Georgia Collegi came to an end. 
["hi were speculating as to what lies ahead of 
N n th Georgia College They wen ivondei ing if thi 
history of the college after the last world war will 
repeat itself. 

Ro back am! set- why the cullek'i' suffered 

-u much after the lasl war An 

....'. i',- i-evt-als thai it i> nothinj; 
udi nts wi re not atti acted to a college 
-" [ninly equippfil Tin- foully i.f the -I'liin] w;i- 
■">al! .m. I Ky ii. , id-, .ti- mi..' that, could be called out- 
standing. The officials of the colli . ■ 
friendly terms with each other. The condition thn.1 
. i ..!:,■>.'" •■'■ol'l I'J'iliaMy t>e-t 



this valuable instructiim thi'imgh the cooperation 

of the military department with the physical education 
department. 




- 


■ 


■ ■ 


lur 


o the one tha' 


VBS fn 


ml after 


war, T 


ie admlnlstral 


■I,, if 


he sam 


■ 


will be the moa 


const 




in the h 


itorj ol thi i 


liege. 


Every i 


: negative dm 


ig the 


time wh 


through 


probably iU g 


■','■' ■„ 


the pro 


■ 


<•( the colleg 


rath 


r than 



Nelson, Wood Are Winners Climate Agreeable, Scenery 
In Georgia Debating Contest Matchless, Say NGC Students 



Spring Comes 
To N. G. C, Too 






',''„„. | 


,, orgie 1 ill 


ratton and 


■ 




' limat. li i a id Oah- 


The snow, though m 




fill as in pi-fM.iusi yea 




■, | .,! n. 1 ti.;! 






-. !:■„,., ,,f j-rtieMil health. 


■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■>-=■■ r i Bl 


1 !i 




\ g „, anii i iUHU in !"■ stmk'iiti . 


i North Ge 


.,..!,,,,,- th.m [u do bettei 


1,'hi :ll ■■: 



Two North Georgia College representativi 
Wood and Willoughbj Nelson, debated to a first pL 
in the State Debate Tourney held on the Emorj Uni- II *S 
versity campus February 25-27. Competing with repre- 
sentatives of seven others colleges from various parts of 
the state, these boys stormed ahead to take first place in 
the direct clash debating and to tie with three other 
schools for first place in the elimination debates, 

■ d nations should 

. .i.ni: Williams P> rraanenl RVilcrol 




™M) N SERVICE STATION 

U '"" " '' Al'CKSSoniES TIOLINE OIL 

"On The Hitch-Hiking Corner" 

Dahlonega. Georgia 



Girls' Recreation Club Active On Campus 

V 




Rec Club Has Eventful Year 

Tile Rec Club which is composed of four teams, 
Trahlytans, Mercureans, Hippolytans, and Phi Omicron S| 
and governed by a council of fourteen girls, provides a 
well-rounded life for the coeds. 



Letter 
To The Editor 



Hall Destroyed by Fire 





lliiui-nr 111.: summer [h,, ((,,..• I'lul 


Examination 


was smaller than usual, hut the 


Schedule 


-)'■"!- in Which they participated 




badminton, shuffle board, and ten- 




nis The clUQ rented a truck sc-v- 






Chemislrv 22 & 221; H. II. 


had a swimming party and picnic 


Tuesday, March 9—11:00-1:00 


supper at Cain Creek Falls. 
The Fall Quarter's activities 




started with Rush Week during 




which time each team rushed and 




P Eg - fhis was Eol- 




1 Installation Ceremonv 






U.'dn.-d,,, Ma. lii-1 tl :n-lJ Hi 


:■ ' . U.-k ,n which the g.rl* 


Fd'" ■•l"' 1 'l*hV- h 'lJp" m 1 licm' 


■ ■ ■■ nta footed the bills. The 




Song Wrii ng Contest was one of 






Cm. 211-,. Knc 2111. U.K.. 
255; Math. 221; I'hys. 221; 


Each team wrote a new "pep" song 
to the tune of a current song. The 
tournaments held during the three 


Wcdne-da*. Mar. 10—4:00-6:00 


months were soft ball, tennis, and 


. „„,. 2m.. I'huh mi. !-h>s. 






The most outstanding accomplish- 




ment of the Club during the Winter 




Quarter was the imtiati f the 




Coed Military Corps. To the sur- 




prise of nianv of the cadets, it was 


Math.; Spanish' 101; Var 


a great success and thi 

proved to be "ready, willing, and 


Thursday, March 11 — 3:00 


able." 
The Rec Club held it- annual 


T( ,f.".' J .; : i , March u ~ iM 


inci '" February. It was 
1 mce at N.G.C. at which 




there was a "lead out" ami dance 


Graduation Exercises. 
Friday. March 12—8:30-10:30 

S.S. 1"1 & S.S. 102. 
Friday, March 12—10:45-12:45 

Eng. 101 & En K . 102. 


, basketball tournamenl 

was held dm mil- Hn- <iu... tn and 
the long-awaited Freshman-Sopho- 
more game occurred. 

e end of each term n silver 

.■tip i- awarded to the team with 

the dilates! nunihei ..' 

. ,' cup to the girl who 

the year. The girls who have at 

|,. a sl til 10 individual | -■ ■ i 1 1 t - art. 




You can always find 


AUNT BETTYS 

Bread and Cakes 


■■. th lettei • and those 
with 1000 p.> 




at 




THE CANTEEN 


— • — 


SMITHS 






When In Gainesville 


or any place in Dahlonega 






Patronize 


Small & Estes 


J. M. Parks & Son 


Bakery 




. Bradford St. 


— • — 


Gainesville, Ga. 





J I. I add I: , L -i. 

: 

Dahlonega. Georgia 



I have had thi plei 

honoi ..f meeting and becomir 
personally acqua i li d « 
a number of North Georgia Cade' 
since my son ent. 

1941, .ii.d 



So— I thought 



, has 




f students attend North Georgif 

lollege (As if you didn't know.] 

■ unit the following 

ophomorc class of North Gcorgit 



tunes remains the secret of hi 
heart, not bi ■> ■ 
tell it, but because he cannot fim 
himself) cai 



thui 



■ 



. f... . 



honoi in ■ ■ ui 

■ ,,. ■.!. • make these 

a. 1 ,, ■ i,i- lord 

ii . :.- with a 

■ 

■ 
port; Those are the ones whom he 

■ 
y.iur fi tends and my friends. 

1 

. • i . ; i 



SOUVENIR EDITION 

This issue of the CADET BULER serves a twofold 
purpose. It is edited in the hope that it will bring back 
fond memories of the past to graduating: sophomores and 
that it will introduce Georgia's leading junior college to 
thousands of high school graduates. In its pages one may 
find a complete story of what North Georgia College 
stands for. A manly, robust, growing institution of 
which we all are proud, 

To high school graduates reading this issue, we ex- 
tend an invitation to come to NGC and avail thei 
of its great work. To outgoing men and women, we give 
it in the hope that it will be stored away and read in 
future years. We trust it will bring pleasant ivcollerlinns. 



Canteen - Bright Spot At N. G. C. 




Paul's Clothing 
Company 

Men's Suits, Hats, and 
Furnishings 
ille, Ga. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

— • — 

A Can!. J 

— • — 

Court) ficiency 

■ t DIC 
BANK OF DAHLOI EG \ 

■ 



War Sociology Course Begun 
At NGC to Study Problems 

A course in War Sociology has been recently includ- 
ed In the curricula of North Georgia College for the 
purpose of giving a class of some fifteen potential 
a view of social problems resulting from the 
present war. 

■As tlieii method of attach 
the laws: bra Wema the students 

for victor?" plans, has 

added to it's already crowded cui- 

ricular. a course designed for the 

■ ' k'^ Uikifyg plnce be- 






'orld 



,■ ,im 



I 




Politic*; Effect* of War o 

ami Industry; Philosophy > 
War and thi I 



i red cross hospital worker 
- - accompanying a field hospital 
'into the bataan wilderness, did heroic duty in 
keeping up morale of the besieged american and 
filipino troops. though constantly under shellflre, she 
organized group singing in the emergency medical 
shelter. ...she also distributed cigarettes to the 
wounded as long as the supply lasted. 



WAR BONDS 




V #• Gadd Suglei M 

__=_=____ 7Ae Voice 0/ North Georgia College ^ 



VOLUMNE XIV 



DAHLONECA, GEORGIA. TIESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19« 




; of the North Georgia College Campus after 
'V of January 18. 



N.G.C. HasFirstBlg Snow 
Of Season Sunday, Jan. 8th 

ENJOYED BY CADETS. COEDS, SOLDIERS 



the largest that 
efore them. 

Saturday night about 9:30 until 



The i 



I S""day. 



i many a hearty 
snow battle, and many a cadet 
surprised to be knocked iron 
Feet by a snowball (with a c 
t"--st wishes.) 

Miss N.G.C, the weds' wor 
art, stood quite proudly with her 
lily white skin, looking out aeross 
tlit campus until the sunshine took 
a hand and turned the pretty 
white campus into a muddy mess. 
But, few of North Georgia's oc- 



Though it wasn't one of the big- 
,'*-t Dahlonega snows, it certain- 
y made up for that with the fun 
' spread throughout the old col- 



Bentley Trio Have 
Return Appearance 



Company I Leads 
In Stamp Contest 

and saving stamps contest was b< 
.vith the three companies an 

Sartford Hall in competition. Thi 
st was started in an effort t 

stamps each week. 
A large ar 
een shown : 

rhese ehaj t- . 



Religious Emphasis 
Week at N. G. C. 
Is Sponsored by T' 

The YMCA and YWCA of North 

the second week in January that 
few of them will forget. Dr. R. 
C. Gresham of Moultrie, Georgia, 
came to N. G. C. January 10, and 
led the Religious Emphasis Week 



night 



Servic 






leld each 
'clock and at the 



Thursday. The Sun 

Friday morning was enjoyed 
. ar. exceptionally large number 
of the cadets and coeds. His last 
Friday night. 



s was Dr. Gr< 
Religious Emphasis 



r N G 



Gresham is pastor of the First 

Baptist church of Moultrie and 

a major in the last war. His 

'ledge of military and per- 



Military Promotions Listed; 
Griffeth, Whitworth On Staff 



Wynne, Elrod Head 
Bugler, Riggers 
For Next Quarter 

By Jnlian Hicks 

Mary Key Wynne of Sanders 

ville, and Clyde Elrod of Gaines 

were elected by the Publics 

Committee to serve aa Edi 

id Business Manager of Ths 

mectively. Th< 



Puhli,: 



i Com 






-tu.l.r 



make on future jl' earS| 



of i 



'eeks. Each Satui' 
reported on chart* 
and B. Building 
like thermometers 
igerly watched to see 
3 is ahead for the week. 
The first week the Band was lead- 
by eight points, the second 
k Sanford Hall was leading by 
r-two, and for the third weel 
t'ompany I is leading by eighty 
it K Sanford Hall com 



Some reading material such as 
'Guides for Everyday Living," 
urmshed by the National Y. M. 



ously elected Watts B 

icceed Miss Wynne as editor 

Miss Wynne, who was 
fleeted editor last March, h 
onsiderable 1 journalists 

s high school editor two 
in the Journalistic Club 
ars, and had previously 
m the Bugl 
ions Commit 
?s Wynni 






I, by Ma. 









Crown Mountain Clim 



: the, 



will continue her f _, . 
work that has characterize 
as ore of the outstanding e 
of the Bugler. 

Watts Biggers, of Atlanta. 
on the staff of his High school 



P for 



ssor to Miss Wynne. It 
.1 that Watts, with his 

nowk-'lge of journalism, 



Clyde Elrod, * 
Business Manager 
Bob" Edwards, hi 
school experience 
himself for this p 
Business Manage 
>ehool annual, n 



rerythii 



r ,[.i 






Of thl 

and handled the finan 
iter? of several clubs. 
.immittee als.. decided that 
everal uncontrollable com 
is arose during the makine 
iting of the present Cyclops 
lege yearbook be discon- 



P. M. Hutcherson, Commandant, 
U. the following effect: 

STAFF: Cadet Lt. Colonel, Joe 
L, Gnffeth; Captain (S-l), Beusae 
Whitworth; Second Lieutenant 
(S-2), Harold E. Dill; First Lieu- 
tenant, <S-3>. Billy Ricketaon; 
Second Lieutenant (S-4), Warren 

FIRST COMPANY: Cadot Cap- 
in, John Thomas; First Lieuten- 

ii- Hnilis Billings and C. T. 
Hopkins; First Sergeant, Lloyd 
Edwards; Sergeants. Joe Kunady. 
J. Broome, A Hauney T Shelly 
G. Roirers. J. II. Cole, C II Sm.th.' 
illiams, J, Mills, J. Faulkner, 
uranal], B. Kemp, M. L. Van 
winme, D. Darnell, T Bell. 

SECOND COMPANY | ,.,, ■ 
Captain. A. P. Butler. F,rst Lku- 



Young, J. TJwmpecn . 

K r.irk, ■!,,„, .1 !„.,., s. , (||lj , | 

Barber. H. Walker, C. Henry. B. 
Upchurch, A, Whelchel, J. Proctor, 
, E. P. Jordan, B, 

BAND: OadH Captain, Oharie 
Mitchell; First Lieutenant, Lloyd 
Fackler. SeCOi d I .■ ■ 
Carter; First Serjreunt, McKumey, 

F. Bloodworth. ,1, Harris 



Dramatic Club Play 
To Be Presented 



mi-.lh.-i 



-i .,f ( 



f Hi,- 



March 3 . 7 T7 n 7 1 ,heir Alma Ma ur *«•. 

nt,.resting Leap Year Banquet wh« m « .b«t 80 
ur By HomeEc. Cluh OI 
Brings Out Ideas 



rogram during tie summer quar- [ t> fl" 1^ *Tl""l" 

t which was enjoyed by all and | By HOme EC. ClUD 



i the cathedral 
nd in the world 



V «"»»b*rofwe. 
K Sms and appeal 
Ptvtti skillful mi 



sidered as the best 



it and guests were, MIbb Ray, | 
Mi» Donovan, and Miss Bailey. 



Whitworth Is Made 
President of Rex 



Bueuo Whitworth 

' Pick Butle 

''" Cook Lee 

Jack Fre« 



day nighU ai was the practice la.. 



Kenningto 
Satlof Ar 



, O'Conner And 
In The Cast 



Hhi Dramatic Club of N.G.C. 

1 ii.if.. ■/ ,.,, February ifi. The one 

: ■ "Th.- Lll.tlr S1..TJ- 
'■■ Andre Id voir.. Thi- 
ly give* (Jie romance 

of the little BhephenleM, the band- 

■(..me -h..phcnl, and the Ih.'iuI it u! 

pnncew, who had three wi.ihti. 
I wo wishes brought 

wMh her third wioh 

h.. ,,.„„■,!,, ,| q|| |„.,. .... 

consist of the following i,,mi- 

Shepherdess— Eleanor K.-miington 

: ■ i.hc-i.l- Melvin Sath.f 

Princeta — Pat O'Connor 



Free Weekend 

.. . . 

uurter will bl . 

■ 
«t. It will ■ ii. i U i , 



A KEY TO BETTER RELATIONS 

Bj paul sitton 

The relations of the coeds and tie cadets 
to hare taken a tarn for the worse. The cadets out- 
number the coeds about three to one; yet many an 
Ute night goes by with only a small 
p»rcMt*Kv of the puis cut with dates. The trouble 
««.<* b* on (he side of the coeds because Sanford 
Hall is overflowing -with beauty. Well, this (eaves 
only the cadets responsible. 

ProbaWy not pier half the cadets have ever 
been inside Sanford Hall with a date; and perhaps a 
smaller percentage have regular dates. Many cadets 
do not go to the social functions given by the differ- 
ent organ nations. Take the dances for an example; 
very few of the cadets attend. Their excuse might 
be that they do not know how to dance. This is a 







be done* The opportunity i 

ing today. Show the coeds 
of the Bachelors' Clnb. 



Many of t 



■ k-n.lm 



of North Georgia College 
e life of a college student. 

and other people talking 



They hear the sophomores and 
about "the good old days" of dormitories and better 
Irving cnditJons. These stories are probably true, 
but why sbouid a cadet be dejected over something 
that happened in the past? 

A cadvt should take the view that he as the 
best available and should be thankful that he has 
that much. No one needs to be reminded that a war 
is going on; that has been done too much already 
What one should be reminded of is that everyone 

minute to think that for every room in the domiitoiie* 
the cadets vacate, that same number of soldiers con 

The cadet should try his best to make the moat 



finally all The 



sations. Two of the Dahlnnegn 
women discussing their U. S. 0. 
problems when the first one said, 
"One -if the soldiers told me that 
he had finally figured out why the 
A. S. T. P. had been organized. 
When I asked him why, he prompt- 
ly replied, 'To keep the small col- 
lege open.' I can't say that I 
agree but what do you think? 
On the way to class after 
fried chicken dinner, I wfi- iviilkinp. 

one <,f them say, "I surely do feel 

Dahlonega. They don't have 



G. I. JIVE 



By PVT. JOE STODDARD 



my the preceding we* 
fter "light out." W 



to be displayed soon. 
of gonsmoke and the 



The Command < 



their defeat by "B" 
■ 
this spirit the boys 



ART KEY WYNNE 
BOND DRIVE El 
,rs at N. G C. It is 



Uncle Sam 



It's nice to have two of the A. 
. T. P. boys on the Bugler Staff. 
learned only this quarter that 



they al) do. Why only yesterday, Betty 
ns offered to lay down her life for me. It w „ 
juching. she said, "Say. Kid, some day I a^y 
; „ iy .,elf just on account of you." Now waaot 



I last 



eek John Tho: 






Of ■ 



little 



I haw 



i.nf.-.rt 



betw 



Bugler Staff and the soldiers. 
Back in the summer, the school 
offered the use of the college pa- 
per to the A. S. T- P. I was to 
contact one of their group and tell 
what he should 



ag „„* in my courses now. Miss Culliier 
told me at our last phys-ed class that if I worked 
very hard 1 might learn to catch a basketball in f lve 
or six years. And that will just be wonderful 'cause 
Mr. Hudgins told me that at the rate I was going, 
I'd graduate in at least ten. When I told Li 2 Proctor 
about it she looked amazed and said that that would 
he a new record at N.G.C. Aren't you proud . 






ecord 



i rh,,-. 






but no reply 

caused the staff to draw th 
elusion that the A. S. T. P. 
interested. Evidently, tfcll RH 
was not delivered for a | 
was held against us for nc 

Bugler and A. S. T. P. join 



,!.■■ Thi- 






North Georgia T 
dance the other night 
1." I heard Al rWe 
hey were leaving and 
Say, Mom, 



: like? 



"7/te Onci+teAatoA. 



The girls here an 

Mary Anne Moody came in to see me 

and told me how fortunate 1 was 

weren't half as bowed as "Goof's." 

Miss Donovan complimented me 

manners and gracefulness last night 

I so politely jabbed Betty Leard wi 
she reached for the last piece of 
Baiiey agreed with her by adding 
gracefully as Bobbye Anderson. 






onsoling. I 
legs when 
le sat down 



ii my fork when 
leat. And Miss 



M'n )[■;[■; 



PLEDGER 
fun 'this quarter. 

Bobbye ANDERSON [g hotdini 
the 'orch for DOWNS (voluntary 
oi Involuntary! 1 1 

FELLOWS "List have what t, 
takes to bring CO] 
th.- "Barn," 



Betty SMITH can't decide 
riiether It'a ROWE, Criff.th, 
.r ROSENTHAL 

HUCK-ed ' " 



started iU sea. with B 

to Lawson General in a 
'a should be given a tot of 
nee for they n 

:■,:■ in Satui 

Jack Ikrrity and Joe 

■ . in team 



Henrietta la the proud mother of five 
ey were bom the day after C-hn-.t.mas, being 
ed present to the fellows. At the latest 
tb Henrietta and the pups ... 



MAIilmX 
he birds in I 
PICK is 



his favi 



■ B ■■ I ROWE 

- IU1 i.fi; !i ■ 

ound for LAWSON 

HENDRDC, to bo FRANK now, 

™ do you llki B0RG1 



HIPP 






Well, 



s all I < 



, he 



ie girls' annuals. 

MORRIS doesn't look so down- 
sarted after his trips to Athens 
> see BRIGHAM. 

After TONDEE leaves, will 
EENY know the way from the 



eived flowers 
from a guy called "Thirty-five 
Cent*." Couldn't call that gold 
digging. Eh, Pat? 

The mail, telephone lines and 
buses are a great help to the 
WELLBORN-EVANS romance. 

SITTON isn't TIC-ing as much 

There nrc STEINS of romance 
between Pec-Wee SIMMONS and 

Thai iick look on BR1GHT- 
WELL'S face is the result of love 
(lor BECKY.) 

"TOJO" or not "TO-JO," that 
ll thi a.ua tion. I n't ,i RUTH'' 



THE WRECK OF THE OLD U.SI 



She r 



it have been c 



I the 



of the road. Yes, 



sixteenth she ended b; 
Dahlonega's own mad bus started a panic across the 
campus that in some respects may be compared to 
the one ..„ Wall Street years ago. 

When five o'clock rolled around and no mail 
rolled mto the boxes of the few who really receive 
the "stuff," the word was spread around and the 
story of the old mail bus. helpless by the side of Ml 
road, was discovered. As the story became exagge- 
rated, the date of the mail bus's delayed arrival 
moved farther into the future. Cadets and coeds who 
received mail only once in a blue moon, began to tear 
their hair about. "That bus, holding up the letter I've 
been expecting." Yes, expecting for the last month. 



When Notjeca WandeM 



. it's :: 



i all i 



. the 



L-wmtinK Nogcco . . . 
Stnca lie is reully familiar to 
j nil, I need only make a formal 
roduoMon; but longwindcd u i 

l. 1 thai] in til ;. 



nag*'* own Nogeco. 

Though ynu may know him bj 

another name, school npirit, com- 

■ the like, hi '■■ the same 

old Nogeco I refer to. If you eon 
thinl Ol all the enmput. buildings 
and the town barracks as the veins, 
then Nogeco is like some little 
reulattng madly throng* 

the system (educal al, 

to supply all 
properties, 
When two cadets lei their friend- 
from ju^t friend- 
ireen nnd mukes 

laugh it nff* Wl to 

if old Almn Muter finds some 
oasei ilon, whose voice wbiip- 



Nogeco hi 
for he's the spirit ol NOrth GEor 

In person- 

Naturally it isn't hard to 

little fellow like No E «o 

such a hard time fulfilling 

It hasn't been so hard 



, With i 










e students who 



■ uhl 



We all wonder if Charles Eslerhay has a p. 
able set of handcuffs or whether holding hands t 
atantty as considered correct Mayi>. 
necessities of "True Love." 



M 



i {preferably cute) 



Whan 

drop.-, her tremendous load of books, 

«* ll or tries to make, that 

■ ■■ than 



-n't terribly difficult to make 
fellowship prominent f r., f,-„ n ,.,,„,_ 
i'" 1 " 1 the band made compe- 
tition high Hut now, vv i « h ■)■., ,. 
rollment dwindling and the war 

houses, he's had a lough time 

Of ii Don't make ,t wor,e f ur ),,,„ 

■Hiiut.T-i .■•,■ . y„ u 'iv eansinu him 
to f.-el lust that much S 

1 know the little guy is lonking 

to the future with hopeful thoughts 

and he needs your help to fulfill 
■■">■ reelings as high 
as you can. B nd he'll I. 

You've been l&trod 

you'll probably be 



„ \„ 



MOght t 









The Cadet Bugler 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Mary Key Wy«» 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Wans B>99«* 

BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde EIrod 

NEWS EDITOR... j ul ,an H«*» ' 

SPORTS EDITOR Davis Fort I 

NEWS STAFF— Ado/yn Johnson Lrhei U»m 
Betty Spechi. Harold Johnson 
FEATURE STAFF — p au ( Sitth. Harold 

Put. Joe Stoddard 
SPORTS STAFF Herbert Co!* 

PHOTOGRAPHER p J v QrvToi 

CIRCULATION MANAGER J State Hid 
FACULTY ADVISERS - K L &8&4 
H. & Gilbert 



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 



Gym Clips 



North Georgia's 1944 I 



-. By DAVIS FORT = 






The 



] playa 



learns and has proved very successful 
against greater competition. Basketball is a 
morale of the school and is welcomed by all 
participation in inter-collegiate sports of the 

Man-to-Man Combat . . . 



everal local high schot 
aU, and will do as we 
jrreat benefactor in th 






the 



■ache; 



splendid work in th 

tumbling-, basketball 

developing muscular coordination and strength, the cadets" receive 

training in man-to-man combat. This course is especially good and 

was outlined by Coach Ramsey in his book on man-to-man combat 
We are very proud of this book as it represents another stepping stone 
In advancement for N.G.C. The course is parallel to the courses taught 
to the boys in the Army Ranger School, and will prove of much value 
to, those cadets entering the armed forces. 

Call for Cheerleaders . . . 

With the arrival of basketball, there has arisen a necessity for 
cheerleaders which all sports -minded students should endeavor to 
remedy as soon as possible. In our opening game with the Cleveland 
Athletic Club, "El" Kennington, "Wes" Lawson, and "Deer Slayer" 
Owens volunteered their services. A move should be taken to elect 
official cheerleaders before the beginning of another intercollegiate 



W. A. Whitmire 

The Home of Quality 

Merchandise 

At Popular Prices 

On The Square 



Phi Omicrons Win 
Basketball Tourney 

The basketball season for the 
girls was climaxed with the an- 
nual Round-Robin Tournament 
held from January 11 to January 

The most exciting and tense 
game of the series was the final 
one played between the Phi Omi- 
crons and the Trahlytans. The half 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Youi Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



THE CADET BUGLER 

ended with a 15-14 score in fa 
of the Trahlytans. The gai 
however, terminated with an ov 






of - 



Equally thrilling was the gam. 
played for third place by the well. 
matched teams of the Mcrcureans 
and Hippolytans. The Hippotytans 
won this battle with a close scon 
of 36-29. 

Girls receiving the district hono: 
of being on the Varsity Basketball 
Team were: Forwards— Eleanor 



promising thriller, the annual 
;hman- Sophomore Girls' 1 
ketball Game will be played 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA. GA 

Tuesday. Feb. 1 

"CHINA" 

Lorettea Young - Alan La 



Wednesday, Feb. 2 
"ALL BY MYSELF" 

Evelyn Ankers and 
Rose Mary Love 

3-4 
TROYER" 

Edgar G. Robinson and 
Glenn Ford 

Saturday, Feb. 5 
"FRONTIER BADMEN' 

Diana Barrymore and 
Robert Page 

Mon„ Tues., Feb. 74! 
"WHITE SAVAGE" 

Jon Hall - Mario Montez 



Wednesday, Feb. 9 
"HI DIDDLE DIDDLE" 

Adolph Menjou and 
Martha Scott 



N.G.C. Cagers Victorious 

VARSITY TRIUMPHS CORNELIA-CLEVELAND 



Coach Scearce called his boys t 
Ut victory. The invasion lasted I 

treaty" had been made. At this tip 
right and marched o£f with a vieti 

N.C.C. Pi 

Whitw 



about one hoar. The better 
ime until the clock said a "peace 
the cadets did a beautiful column 
on bheir chest. 



Club 



Butler 


F 


Frc.- 




Cole 


2 G 



■1 Vance 

6 Thompson 

S Barton 

Echols 

N.G.C— Shelly, Robinson - 2. 

Cor n di a— B lac kbum e . 

game of the season following immediately behind the 

V successful as the N.G.C, Cagers, inspired by bhere 

imphed over the Cleveland Athletic Club. The march 

the beginning and continued throughout tile en- 



e of 42 

Whitworth also led the scorii 
wly by Hutcherson and Butler 



M.G.C. 



Pts. 



PU. 



. Club 



hiteworth. 13 F 3 Russel 

' lle '' 8 F -. Ash 

'' e l . Bamett 

,le - G 1 MacDonald 

Substitutes: N.G.C— Mauney - 3. Shelley • 2. Worsham, 
Procter - 3, Jackson - 2, Roberson - 2. 
Cleveland— Head - 1, Underwood, Black - 6. 



ROBERT M. MOORE 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

A Friend of North Georgia College 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

SATISFYING SERVICE 



MILITARY SUPPLIES 



Thursday and Friday 

"SEVEN MILES FROM 

ALCATREZ 

James Craig and 
Bonita Granville 

SATURDAY _ 
"RHYTHEM OF THE 
ISLANDS" 

Alan Jones - Jane Frazee 



Mon., Tues., Feb. 14-15 

"STAR SPANGLED 

RHYTHM" 

Betty Hutton and 
Eddie Bracken 

WEDNESDAY 

"FOOTLIGHT GLAMOUR" 

Penny Singleton, 
Authur Lake - Larry Simms 



Dahlonega - Atlanta Bus 

Offers You Its Service 
MR. FRED JONES, Owner 



Thurs., Fri., Feb. 17-18 

"TWO TICKETS TO 

LONDON" 

Alan Curtis and 
Michele Morgan 



Saturday, Feb. 19 
"COWBOY IN 
MANHATTAN" 

Frances Langford and 
Robert Page 

Mon.. Tues., Feb. 21-22 

"FIVE GRAVES TO 

CAIRO" 

J i Franchot Tone, Ann Baxter 



GALLANT-BELK 

"Gainesville's Shopping Center" 

One of the 200 Belk Stores 

Gainesville, Georgia 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



N.G.C. Dean's List For Fall Quarter 
Contains 94 Names 



Th* Peak's List 
quarter at N.G.C was recently re- 
leased. It is compose of all 
dents who made eighteen quality 
points during last quarter. These 
,-aJi-ts and Ci>eds will 
honor bars at a Dress Parade in 
the near future. 

Receiving the gold honor bar f 
five quarters on the Honor Li 
are: Mary Crooks. Mar)- K< 
Wynne, and Iioyd Fackler. 



The 



white-blue honoi 
Louise Ai 






blue 



the list are: Adalyn Johnson. Mar- 
guerite Mintx, Joe Griffith, and 
John Thomas. 

Those who will receive the white 

Lot are: Bebe Baker, Martha Sue 
Burch, Betty Leard. Jack Barber, 
Fred Bioodworth, William Cole- 
man. Omer Foster. William Kemp. 
William Knight, James Lathem, 
Robert Lester, and Charles Smith. 
Students receiving the red bar 
are: Mrs. Bonnie Anderson, Mau- 
dell Blackwell, SaJlie Cook, Kath- 
erine Jeans, Marie Kendall. Melva 
Kendal]. Eleanor Kenoington, Mar- 
jore Land. Ethel Mint*, Margie 
PhiUips, Virginia Pledger, Lor- 
raine Sappington, Erma Ji>e Sims, 
Ruth Sisk, Betty 



Gui-liii' 



irlis Ashen dorf, 



Bruce Bagwell. Watts Biggei 
William Bush. Charles Callaway. 
Denvitle Darnell, Clinton Dasher. 
Harold Dill, Jackson Edwards 
Donald Evans, Sam Freeman. Eu- 
gene Garrard, Robert Graves, 
James Hawthorne. Hugh Hender- 
son. Paul Hodge, Lanier HunnicutU 
Wilton Ireland. William Irwin, Roy 
Gerald Johnson, Robley McDonald, 
Nan Msddox. John Major, George 
Melvin\ John Mills, John Moody, 
Roy Nalson, Keith Palmour. Will- 
iam Perry. Joe Prescott, Jack 
Proctor. Wadie Rountree. Melvin 
Satlof, Jerry S^"*- Thaiton 
Shelley, Ansley Shuler. Max Sweat 
B. 0. Thomas. Harry Lee Turner. 



Panhellenic Plans 
Dance For Feb. 12 

At the meeting of the Pan- 
hellenic Council, officers for this 
quarter were elected. These of- 

President — Wesley Channel). 
Secretary— Bueme Whibworth. 
Pick Butler. 

Tin- P.infc"Heme Council has 
iade plans for a Dance on Feb. 



The College Canteen 



"Where The Student* Meet" 



CADET — CO-EDS — A.S.T.P. 

len you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
during quarters be sure to look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville, Georgia 



STEP FROM THE ICY OUT DOORS 

INTO WARMTH and CHEERFULNESS 

ENJOY 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Has Fine Meeting 
The Science Club 



Frances Peters presente< 

tal telepathy, hypnotism i 
reading. Afterward she 

whole club in a discussioi 



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1944 






- iron 



lembers of the club who are lo- 
cated in other places. Letters were 
read from John Duckworth. School 
of Vetinary Medicine, Auburn; 
Bonelle Lawson. Gainesvile, who 
is now at Emory; and George 
Whitaker, former president of the 
dub who El in the Medical Corps 



PbI E 



who t: 



live of the Cadet Nursing 
. He also read a letter from 
urgeon General of the United 
States Army. The Surgeon Gener- 



The last quarter pledges have 
been initiated into the Fraternity. 
These new, full-pledged members 
are, Bill Alexander, Larry Chap- 
man, Jack Tondee, Barrett Walker, 
and Jack Barber. 

Sigma Theta officers, elected 

Pres. .. Wesley Channell 

Vice Pres - Warren Battle 

s „ c Bill Knight 

r-reas ... Bob Lester 

Sgt.-at-arms - Tom Bell 

Chaplain - Howard Turner 

Plans are being drawn up to 
have a hayride around February 



,- Miss Savai 



:.-iv.„] . 



Science Club of North Georgia for 
:a programs and for keeping in 
uich with former members. He 
urged that more girls from this 
school join the Cadet Nursing 

The next meeting will be held 
on February 3rd. All A .8. T P. 
udenta and civilian? who are In- 



Back The Attack 
With War Bonds 



LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



Mayflower 
Restaurant 

WESTERN STEAK 

and 

SEA FOOD 

Gainesville, C.a. 

"The Best of Foods" 



Paul's Clothing 
Company 

Men's Suits, Hats, and 

Furnishings 

Gainesville, Georgia 



A.S.P.T. Students Enjoy Fine Dance 

ClialuTe¥lsl^e^£^. i* EU m. „ *. 
Head Sigma Theta 



rith 



ition of the 



Every Dollar in 

'U.S.War Bands 



ROSE'S 

5, 10. 25c Stores 



Compliments of 

A. G. WIMPY 

Hauling Contractor 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Shelton s 

SERVICE STATION 

Woco Pep — Tiolene Oil 
Dahlonega, Ga. 






the first 



1 this 



roughly enjoyed by 
the soldiers since it gave them a 
break in their regular routine. 

The dance was made much more 
enjoyable by the attractive decora- 
tions. Music was furnished by the 

its debut at this dance. Another 
interesting phase of the dance was 
the refreshments which were serv- 
ed during intermission. 

A very nice and unusual treat 
was given to several soldiers at the 
dance. A telephone call home was 
given to the holders of lucky num- 
bers. These calls were given only 
to the ones who had contributed 



citizens of Dahlonega who had 
ributed to the U. S. O. Fund 

■ also invited to attend the 



Back The 

Attack With 

War Bonds 



WATCH FOE 
OPENING DATE 



BIGGER and BETTER 

PENNEYS 



J.M.Parks&Sons 

CURLEE CLOTHES 

STETSON HATS 
Peters Diamond Band 

SHOES 

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 

Gainesville, Georgia 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 



Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 

or 
WHOLESOME FUN 



AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



V fr Cadet Suglei M 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



N.G.C. Alumni 
In Armed Forces 

s always 



WaHlepartraent Announces Change In 1S.T.P. 




fry graduation previous ban had. 

Those who you may watch aa 

ovt t« get their diploma arc: 
Bobe Baker. DoroLhy Bruce. Wes- 
ley Channel!, Mary Crooks, Lloyd 
Beverly File. Vernell 
Gillesp«. John Barber. Mollis BiU- 
r Ktily, John McKi/iney, 
Marguerite Mints, Charles Mitchell, 

nabeth Proctor, Christine 0'- 
Shieldo, Sheila Ru**J, Virginia. 

»nd Mary Key Uym.. 



THE CADET BUGLER 

JUST DRIFTING 



Tuesday, February 29, 1944 



Sine* the ead of another 
m* near. I feel the time has come to gaie back over 
the p*5t year when we, the freshman class, were a 
humble »e* of humans following tie dictates of the 
■nf ■■■■in ■ as the letter of the law. Many of the 
group that name in the .summer have dropped out 



By Watts Biggers 

paddli 



lomethang interesting. Maybe j 
•an help me— Why? Well, it see 
; barely stepped 1 



ler's last issue. I'd lik* 

v the thing just a little furt 
Whether N.G.C.'a sports a 
ly complete, 



E- if n 






. bhen surely fc 
elect 



myself in 



,•:::," 



of 



take ove 



still 



old 



leaders. I commend the 
ington, and Joe Kanaday. and 



sophomore left off. 

Looking back I recall the bus ride to Dablonega, a 
pleasure which all freshmen should undergo before 
coming to N. G. C. Not knowing when to laugh or 
what to say when a sophomore prodded us with tales 
of the life of a N.G.C. freshman, we sat on the edge 



whirling 
of co-editoriship. Naturally 

wanting to make good. I'd like to 

w-,t- vtmethmg with interest Ah! add that they could do much W.- 

You say you heard that— ter in short skirts (referring to the 

RECENTLY there has been former two) and N.G.C. sweaters. 

absent from every class in the CERTAINLY, something is gone 

well-known Zoo Lab. a fellow stu- f p , m the old auditorium 






I ha' 



of ■ 



. with ; 



Th.r 



I Foui 



■ the Lab has been 
lelier each day sin 
ne. I hear his ab*e 



.-, ilrin and bones). Here's to the 
luick return of Oscar. 

SYMPATHETICALLY I men- 
ion the name of one Sam Free- 
nan, an example of the adage, 



No loni 
, of "Star- 

irumpet of Jack Tondee. No 

|. .ne'er tan you sit in "B" Build- 
ing and hear the Bugler ring out 
with hot licks of the jazz pieces. 
Maybe there'll be an improvement 
,oon in Anchors Aweigh. Good luck 






tlted 



the Sophom 



> Sophomore Rail. Y01 

i- dot the history behind it. 
This monument was erected on June 29. 1891, to 
the memory of Colonel David W. Lews, who had died 
five years before. For thirteen years prior to his 
death. Colonel Lewis was president of North Georgia 
Agricultural College. Colonel Lewis is buried just 



le fact that you are not better informed is 
Jie fault of the present sophomores, and, to 
lent, the fault of the north Georgia weather. 
i third quarter freshmen first came to N.G.C. 
e, we learned very quickly what the Bopho- 
,il was and who it was for. During our first 
college, which was very hot and sultry, The 
s one of the shadiest, coolest, and inviting 



:■. ,rh 



We'n 



i food 



■ ■mpani.ni contracted Pink eye. Ann Young tell her that if I 
>h. woe il Sam, and numerous passed without a greeting I didn't 
,thera. see her. No, I won't forget to end 

UNDOUBTEDLY, you remember my column the way you suggested, 
hi- mention of cheerleaders in Bhe Whamgo-Whangr. 



"G. I. JIVE" 

By Put. Joe Stoddard 









ttm* 



1 taki' ( 



The 



man recited this to all the cadet* at lunch formation 
It did not take long for the freshmen underground 
to spread the word around that using The Rail was 
definitely out of the question. 

But during the last quarter, except for ■> f'-w day,, 
the weather has not permitted the u*e of The Rail as 
a roost for cadets and co-eds. 

When the soldiers came to the campus, they took 
to The Rail like ducks take to the water The 
soldiers enjoyed seeing the freSttWWtl I 
"haaing" and the Sophomores, In 'urn, enjoyed hav- 
ing the company of the A, S T P. V 

sophomores sitting on The Rail. But when .t un- 
explained to his ghost that hi- men comptnioni wore 
young men fighting to perserve the , 
school that lie once loved to well, he once again 
enjoyed his peaceful slumber But each lime a 
freshman sat there, the gho?t was aroused, and ac- 
cording to N (J. C tradition, th< Ij my of quiet- 
ing tihis ghost war t.. have the offei I 
memorize the inscriptions. 



publ 


sh this little dibty: 






A civilian c 


ID do it four years, 




A genius m 


ay do it in three, 




But we mu. 


n do it in one and a half. 




For we're 1 


i the A. S. T. P. 




did it anuin Saturday night l.y defeating 


Tocc 


a in a 36 to 8) tl 


■iller. This runs their string of victories to 


two 


li-.nt-ht; thev dof« 


ted Lawson General 50-42 the week i>ri.,r bo 


bhs 


Largely respoiwib 


c for the victories were Paul "Baalist Rang- 


""' 


ftobji and Fabhui 


— Continued un Page Four 





*7/te Oncine/vato* 






PETRIIS It 


CAROLINE, is your 




■ . 




thoughl it waa! 


■ Rip Van Winkle 


ALEXANDER can't 


■ 


YOUNG 


t didn't lake OUT "MP" Hint long 


(whan WILLIAMS gj 


■ dlaoove . 


llh Ruth.) 




1 ARNES still flits 


n -»i:i 




■ 


1 W 1 U IN, did you 



CADET WRITES HOI 



with me. He claims that the building over by San- 
ford Hall is really the easiest place to do your work 
_eee he must study a lot. I'm going to try to 
write you more often though, for like Wilton Ireland 
says, I don't know that lack of time is till I 1^ 
datrn' a girl Uke Tic Kimsey. 

I told you in my last letter that physical education 
was a main course here and I really mean it is. 1 

rk and slave but I still can't get to be the athlete 
that takes the lead. I just don't understand how 
George Bright*. 

Please be cart 



last 



DRINKING 

come an enjoyable thing at the 

rm. The boys have been gifted 
is but one of numerous cases. One with a --well fountain in their lock- 
quarter, of his roommates became quite er room, and are certainly making 
rivilege, swell-headed with mumps, and use of it. Here's a cordial thank 
■irwtand headed quickly for the infirmary, you to whom it may concern. (Have 
jw what Sam, frightened by the thought of you girls seen the fountain*) 

Thanks for the information, guy, 
I've got 1 



>d Gordon Tellford do it. 
t home, folks. If itfa like it ig 
atoh all kinds »f stuff. Measles, 
3R) j everything, Everybody here has to be 
Uy careful. Why just yesterday. Henry Robinson 
s saying that I ought to be careful or I'd catch 
at Gay King had, but then Sidney Thrasher told 
n that people didn't stay away from Gay King 






1 offic 



don't you, well my hopes are mighty high now, j 
yesterday Major Hutoherson told me I had a vo 
for giving orders — just like Seale Hipp's he sa 
Maybe soon I'll be the biggest thing at N.G.C. a 
then I can start datnn' the girls. Oh yes, speaking 
dating, Piccola Jackson told me I only lacked t 
little tiny thing-s to have what Lt Col. Joe Griffi 
has that gets the women— just two little things 
I wish you both could have been here the otl 
day to hear me hold up my side of an argume 
Mae McKmney was griping about Melvin Satlof 1 
ting Eleanor Kemiington's chin when he was si 
posed to be kissing her. Well. Mac and Edith I 
got to talking about it and I stepped in to say tl 
it wasn't Satlof's fault His nose just wouldn't p 
mit their lips meeting. Edith nearly Jumped do 
my throat, as she told me that she sat right uj 



ve. She claimed that the 
•n the thing by asking ho' 



111 thc-oampw JACKSON' ■,,„.,, ,.., ,„ 

WALS ■ I iji.k evi 



The lobby of ! 



1 Ho.ll 1 



1 COOP- 






ASTP 



T.. j 



. h.:i\,.-. 



1 the 



- UK of the four U 

meat; "Erected by th* old students of North Georgia 

Agricultural Society, and hie friends to perpetuate 

th* memory <.,f one whom they loved and honored. 

I the [aaaons Of a noble life unselfishly 

purposes." 



1 I'lRiiK. McGEBvEE u,i " ""' l,lllMl1 
I think STEWART, POWELL and BOLL 
,11. in the INOER absent on date ndghta after KIMSEY? 
a boj jraduab Fridas 
It'e bad KELLY has u. v „ , 
rioted I n'l 11 Wd IYDER1 

FAYSKL1.K and BEUSSE. II. 

" L ^ Y V' TH ^ Lan,,J0RDAN '■' n - ■ ■- ■■ ■ 

e still netting aloiif imll ,i.,„,.,, ,, h I V ' 

Sto L to™L'tat W " °" * 1 '" °' C0,0 «>*«*IJWD. 

; lartar, BEhTNEY. retnaii 



ring place 

KU ii.tM.n. 



„s-i. 



hav t - an simbLtum and strive for it. Well. I have Ws 
main ones now ami I know you and Mom both hoi* 
1 alUwn them. If you could just see Wessie Lawson 
•li'i'.e it, you'd know why I hold it as an ambition. 
The way her mouth is in just the riftht shape— that 
suction she has that makes the final pop — Yes, mf 
first ambition is to ehew g-um like Wessie does. ' 

no doubt why 1 desire to have the ability of making 
the girls swi>on in my arms like Bill Perry does. Of 
! iusl be bhe c.rls Bill sits with. 

goota say goodbye. Maybe t ought to say it the way 

Elisabeth Proctor does to all her high school bef 

v..u k , "Youn Ml rictoffl 

Your Son. 

7#e Cadet Bugler 

FUESHMEN EDITION 

CO-EDITORS Julian Hicks & 

Waits BiJJ'' 5 
BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde Elrai 

SPORTS EDITOR Daoisf"' 

NEWS STAFF— Adchjn j a hnsin.~Elhel M°«'° 
Belly Specht. Harold John"" 
FEATURE STAFF — l> m l Sillm. 

Put. Joe Sloddatd 
SPORTS STAFF Hetbert Co* 

PHOTOGRAPHER p ur , Al B«""" 

■ ION MANAGER Stall rW 

FACULTY ADVISERS — K M EnjUffl 
H. H. Gilbert 



Tuesday. February 29, 1944 



Gym Clips 



-. By DAVIS FORT = 



only om 
system ^ 






tudents huddled tot he four corners of t 
here before will remember when there w 
gathered about an obsolete but warm ( 
hange waa brought about by a new hot t 



■een installed thi 
convenient cornets. This splendid addition has heli 
spirit as well as the blood of those students so eager 
the, well, may we say rugged treatment dished ou 
but ever considerate rule of Coach Scearce, who, ac 
works upon the theory that only the mighty should 
CAGERS REVIEW .... 

Since the last edition of the Bugler, the cadet v 






: With Merct 
i V-5 Cagerf 



handed N.C 
'., in the m 
the first t: 



e being 47-35 

strong for the Cadets, 

le season. Final scor 



The cadets lost by a 

The Gainesville Naval Radio School a*lso proved 
e the victors in the tightest game 



YE OLE SPIRIT 

During the last few basketball games, the lifting spirit 
N.G.C. fans has been in full support of the "Whiz Cadets." 
seems to be a rather spirited battle between the loyal fans an 
who for some unknown reason, always support the opposin 
rather than dear old N.G.C. This 
even though some think it unjust, 
ment to Ohat of the game. Few w 
the thrill of battle if it were abse 
the Gym. It is anticipated that f< 
be negotiations in the near future 



does add excitement ai 
from a well rounded « 
lieh will result in peac 



KEEP ON 
BUYING 



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Hauling Contractor 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Phi Omicrons Win 
Volleyball Tourney 
In N.G.C. Chapel 

The annual volleyball torn 



for the Girls' Rec 



The Trahlytans 
same nfght the I 



, February 22nd the Mercureane 
e beaten by the Trahlytans, 
the Hippolytans lost to the 
Omicrons. On Thursday, Feb- 



h ell attended 



Cadets Lose To Navy Radio 
School In Exciting Battle 

defeated by the Naval Radio School of Gainesville, Georgia. This gam 
was not only close, but also very rough, the score being 11-11 at tfi 
half, and 15-15 at the end of the third quarter. The score at the en 
of the game, after an amazing rally by the Navy, was 32-26. 

Outstanding in the game for the Cadets was that never-failin 
Wnitworth with nine points, followed by Shelley with six points. 
The line-up was: 

Pre* i F 17 White 

Proctor 2 F 8 Francis 

Whitworth 9 C 5 Wilbanks 

Cole 1 ■ G Blute 

Hutcherson 4 G 2 Allgood 

Substitutes; NjGjC.— ■Shelley, 9, Butler, Robinson. 
Navy — Thayer, Oliver, Irvin. 

Girls' Physical Ed. Classes 
Have Folk Dancing Lessons 

Besides creating a lot of interes 
in the physical education classes 
a study of the early American foil 
dances helps to develop an appreci 
alion for the social activities ol 



The girls have been having folk 
■ hiiM-Hik' for the last part of the 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA. GA 

Week Beginning; March 1 

Wednesday. March 1 
"STRANGER IN TOWN' 

Frank Morgan and 
Richard Carlson 



CADET — CO-EDS — A.S.T.P. 

When you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
during quarters be sure to look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville, Georgia 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



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Thursday and Friday 
"CHATTER BOX" 

Joe E. Brown and 
Judy Canova 

Saturday 
"SWING SHIFT MAISIE" 
Ann Sothern - James Craig 



Mon. - Tues., Mar. 6 - 
"HERS TO HOLD" 

Deanna Durbin and 
Joseph Cotten 



Wednesday, March 8 
"QUIET PLEASE" 

George Sanders and 
Gail Patrick 

Thurs. and Fri., Mar. 9-10 
■SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS 

Lana Turner, Robert Young 

Saturday, March II 
"HI BUDDY" 

Dick Foran and 
Harriett Hilliard 



Barrel Polka, Captain 
le Home Last Night, 
teel, Little Brown Jug, 






' this 



study of the folk dances of 
lersbanding of the activities of 



Shelton's 

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LET US REPAIR 
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City Shoe Shop 



MEET YOUR FRIENDS 



The College Canteen 



JACK ROBERTS, Mgr. 



Mon., Tues., March 13-14 

"WE'VE NEVER BEEN 

LICKED" 

Richard Quine and 
Noah Beery, Jr. 



Thurs., Fri.. Mar. 15-16 

"HENRY ALDRICH 

SWINGS IT" 

Jimmy Lydon 



STEP FROM THE ICY OUT DOORS 

INTO WARMTH and CHEERFULNESS 

ENJOY 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 



SMITH'S 

"Where ColleKe Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Rec Club To Have 
Its Annual Song 
Contest On Mar. 2 

The Annual Song Coolest will I 
held Thursday night. Much 2nc 
in the college auditorium. Every- 
one is invited to come and help 
judge the best song- Each 

which is to be their team son 
that year. First, they sing 
Rec Club song and their old 
song, then the new song is 
sen ted and judged by the audience 

the faculty. 

On the night of March 5th. El 
nor Kennington will be installed 
president of the Rec Club as Mary 
Crook;, president, will gradut 
Betty HoBand will be installed 



Those Students Of Love 



tile 



F!« 



Y.W.C. A. Sponsors 
Educational Films 



t with sub- 
jects being taught now. Two or 

three of these films are shown each 

in the auditorium. 

On Wednesday night, Fi-bmarj' 
23. the Y. W. C. A. was invited 
to attend the showing of two «( 
the films. The Story of Alfred 
Nobel and A Story of the U. S 
Treasury. Other films that have 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 
SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



By A DALY 

With Spring just around the 

that Mr. and Miss Love are stu 
dents of N.G.C- They have beer 
enrolled at N.G.C. since it was uset 
as a building for colored children 

1867. If they could speak fei 
themselves or write an article foi 
the Bugler, what they would havi 



Rex Club Initiates 
Thirteen Members 

teen last quarter Rex pledgee 

>n Sunday, February 13. One 

each pkvipe pushing a pecan a 

ourthouse square with his 
This n-ulted in much 



E. F. Sapp, who ; 



20, is now planed for a 

-ee, Julian Hicks, Lawrence 
Jack Proctor, AJ Rowe, 
Newman, Mlevin Satlo 

I Cohan, Wallace Partridjr. 

rse, Bvn (Rudy) Upchi 



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Roosevelt Square 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

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TASTY LUNCHES 
WHOLESOME PUN 



AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



They 
classes 1 



ry subject taught 
especially Can tee 



A Reminiscing— 

—Continued from Page Two 
dull days «i 






kept brighte: 



Mt. and Miss Love have added 

lot of joy and happiness to th 



Home Ec. Club 
Elects Officers 



i the final meeting on Friday, 
ruary 25th. Under the superb 
ction of Miss Ray!, the pro- 



followed the program, officers were 
■lected for the following year. 
Those elected were: President, 
t Phillip*; and Vice-presi- 

d.'ni, Virginia Pledgor. The other 
*e who will continue to terve 
luarter are: Secretary. Ethel 
l and Treasurer, Mildred 

■ ■ 

- Ray, the new council and 
1 the members look forward 



W. A. Whitmire 

The Home of Quality 

Merchandise 

At Popular Prices 

On The Square 



gloomy Those long hours spent 
in later days to be appreciated. 



The 



s with the "Board of edu- 






>me well remembered f 

When we came back for the fall 
quarter, the new freshmen took 
over as the ■'gTeenhoms" of the 
campus. We felt pretty good then, 
but as it soon turned out to be, 
we were still freshmen. For even 
though the sophomores took over 
the duty of guiding the new freeh- 

never forgotten and received our 

share of attention. Then came the 
mother quarter and a 

of the sophomores, whose number 
had already decreased. 

n the winter quart- 



ns with the soldiers began to 
zzle and froth" with friendly 
airy, and managed to keep 
Ttgs interesting. 
Now with our freshmen days 

xperiences as such with thoughts 
f our coming sophomore year. 
Jith a broad knowledge of the 
fe and hazards that the cadet 
nmes across in his freshmen days, 
■o wish to all those of that claps 



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Tuesday. February 29. 1944 

"G. I. Jive"— 

—Continued from Page Tw 
It seems that Betty Weerns* 
Lheme song is "No Love, No Noti- 
ng" now that Pvt- Esterhay has 



Plans have been made for com- 
mencement exercises. They are to 
be held March 3rd in the school 
chapel. Principal speaker will be 
Colonel Nichols, head of the ASTP 
in the Fourth Service Command 
Following the 









It seems that the G. I.'s in Com- 
pany one have had one phase of 
their training neglected. They 



for sheets. It seems that Sergeant 
Keith had a plntoon of ghosts drill- 
ne other afternoon for their 
fondness for that bit of nocturnal 



if the Co-eds hei 
have "Kiss The Boy 
their theme song i 



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= The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 

VOLUMNE XIV a 



Former N.G.C. 
Student Graduates 
From Colgate 

Hamilton, N. Y— League Brace- 
well, Atlanta, is one of 105 Marines 
and Bluejackets just graduated 
from Colgate University's Navy 
V-12 Unit. A Bluejacket. Brace- 
well now reports to the Midship- 
men's school at Cornell University. 

The trainees who have just left 
are members of the second group 
to complete work at Colgate since 
the program was established July I 
I. In addition to military drill, ' 
physical training and special 
courses given by the Navy, they 
have received regular college work. 
Bracewell, son of Mrs. Lawton 
E. Bracewell, 319 Ponce de Leon 
BVOnue, Atlanta, is a 1938 gradu- 
ate of Dublin High school and was 
a student at North Georgia Col- 



Honor Group In N. G. C. Parade 



iefor< 



i Nit 



Rex Club Elects 
Its New Officers 



fraternity socials which promises 
to be very interesting to all mem- 
bers and pledges. 

The officers for this quarter are: 

Pickens Butler _ President 

John Lee 1st Vice-pre 

Jack Free 2nd Vice-president 

Julian Hicks Secret ary-Treasurt 

Melvm Satlof Chaplai 

Ben Upehurch Sgt.-At-Arm 

On the last Saturday of las 
quarter there were eight new bid 
that were initiated as pledge: 
These were: Robley McDonalt 
More-land Major, Hugh Henderson, 
Bill Perry. Watts Biggers, 
Prescott, Jerry Callis, and I 




Public Address 
System Installed 
At North Georgia 



First Parade With Rifles In Two Years 

Large Crowd See N. G. C. 
Parade Here Easter Sunday 



N.G.C. Has Added 
New Physics Lab 

A new physics lab designed to 
accomodate thirty students has 
dded to North Georgia Col- 
Work was begun on the lab 
the first week of March 
ntinued until very recently, 
idirect light fixtures, consit- 
six large overhead lights, 
nstalled. This new lighting 
ill reduce the glare and hence 



This addition to North Geoi 
College is one of the 

things that the school 
to provide the best for it 



On Saturday night, March i 
luipment worth 5100 made i 
but at playnite. It was the ne 
iblic address system installed 
e gym on March 24, by tl 
dio lab. class under the directi* 



The bids for thii 
already been sent 
initiation has been s 






Glee Club Plans 
Concert For Spring 

The Glee Club, under the di- 
rection of Camillus J. Dismukes. 
is planning a spring concert about 
April 28. The accompanist will 
be Dr. Bert H. Flanders, and the 
soloist* will be Anne Young. Tom 
Bell, and Fred Bloodworth. 
the numbers to be sung by the 
Glee Club are: "Panis Angelicus, 
"Ave Maria," "La Cucaracha, 
"Short'nin* Bread." "The Desert 
Song," "We Must Be Vigilant 
"Wings of Gold," and Mr. Di 
mukes' original composition, "1 
G C. Evening Prayer." 

The Glee Club roster for ti 
spring quarter includes: Virgin: 
Fellows, Joan Crowe, Sallie Cook. 
Joy Freeman, Lurlene Smelley, 
Majorie Gibbs. Ethel Mint*, Louise 
Richardson, Anne Young. Betty 
Wcema, Elanor Kimsey, Gay King. 
Mildred Watson. Ruth Sisk, Charles 
Williams, Paul Sitton, George 
B rightwell, William Irwin. Baker 
Moody, Richard Cohen, Crawford 
J enkins, Bill Perry, Clarence Tuck- 
W. Tom Bell, and John MilLs. 



Thi- 



public address systi 

?d of a microphone, record 
amplifier, and loud apeak- 
vill be used for classwork 

II furnish them music foi 



i the physics lab and 



Officers' Club 
Has New Members 



On Easter Sunday, April 9, the parade grounds of 
North Georgia College were surrounded 
who saw the N. G. C. Cadets present a spectacular parade 
in their full summer dress. 

Not only was this the first parade in summer dress 
in quite a while, but it was the first parade with rifles in 
two years. The government decided two years ago that 
the rifles were needed in active service groups, 
were forced to take them from the college. 

Naturally, there was ; 
Wpy croup of boyg wl 



' they 



Crown MountainClim 



Club has been 



tain Coleman and Lt. B 

Several more additions 

when the rate sheet 

As of yet the only tw 






dance on the last Saturday night 



Cole— "Prom Calis 



he reely liked. An sh 
ou'll take notice to I 
trls. you'll find dat i 



e group. You hardly 
see over four that all like each 
other. I think dey orta be mon 
frenly. And dey tell me dat i 
girl likes a boy all de other girl; 



Well, I guess I'll be in fer it 
ex' time I see one of you coeds, 
ut effen you don't believe whut 
ve sed, why don't you try it 



Large Number 
Make Dean's List 



■ 



>ody speaks ' 



iya who had previ 
High school or 

aining doing the i 



muddy, they worked and 



led that each Cadet, 



and studet 

The following were given honor 
bars at parade on Easter Sunday. 
April i>th r Alexander, W. Anderson, 
Mrs. Bonnie, Arnold L., Aultmnn, 
V, Barriaean, R„ Biggers, W-, 
Blackwell, M., Blitch, P., Bruce, 
Conner, G., Cook, 
Crowe, J., Dasher, 
C„ Door, 0., Edmonds. M,, Edwards, 
'. 0., Fouche, C, FreemBn, 
de. S., Harber, J., Harris, 

', A., Hodge, P., Hoi b, 

a, D., Irwin. W„ Jackson, 
P., Johnson, A., Johnson, H., Kemp, 
Bill. Kendall, M„ Kendall, M 
Kennington, E.. Knighl, W., 
La them, M., Lcard, B., Lester, 
R., McDonald, R., McGehee, M., 
Magnon, C, Manry R., Martin, 
E., Mills, J. Mint*, E., Nash, M„ 
Newman, J., Perry, W., Perry, J., 
Phillips, M„ Pitts, J., Pledger. V., 
Potter. II,, Prescott, J., Niblack. 
J., Proctor. J., Pruette, E., Rich- 
ardson, L,, Rowe. A,, Sappington. 
L., Satlof. M., Schinc, J., Shelley, 



Tippins, E. 
B., Vandiver, i 
M„ Walters, T 



P., Smith, B., 



WjiII. ■ 



:., Walters, 
i, M., Wat- 
n, R., Webster, J., White, A., 
illiams, C, Wynn, J., Young, A. 
Those graduating who made the 
■an's List are: Baker, B., Barber, 

Billing.. H,. Bruce. D„ Channel), 
., Crooks, Mary, Fackler. L„ 
te, Beverly. Kelly, J., McKinn.y. 

Mintz, M., Proctor, E., Shirley. 

Specht. B., VanWlnkle. M. L,, 



a College 
with the afa 



Don't Miss 

The New Want 

Ad Section 



CAMPDS CATASTROPHE I ^ ews Goes Crasy 



What will 

»™™ uic «:-.- 

feting around Sanfonl Hall and Sanford 
Hall Ou*U when we ho*rd the r'— «'' 

,mn h*i the mumps! 

quite a slir among the coeds, and n 

ed whit "The Barn" would do without -.1= ~~. 

come in every night around 12:00 

-—I "light cuts" 




t Wla. 









A SERIOUS N. G. C. PROBLEM 

Bf BiU Kemp 
The best of a military unit is expressed in the 
kind of uniform its members wear. North Georgia 
College has the best kind of uniform of the many 
military colleges of the United States. It is in- 
expensive, and spare parts are easily obtainable at 
eny clothing store. At this college, no male student 
is distinguished by the flashy clothes he wears, and 

quality of hi3 uniform. It is small wonder, there- 
fore, that the majority of the cadets manage to keep 
their clothes clean and present a reasonbly neat ap- 
pearance. There is a Email minority, however, that 
considers itself exempt from the general regulation 

pearance at all times." Of late it has become a com- 
mon sight to see cadets who supposedly come from 
nice homes and good families, wearing ragged, dirty 

wouldn't be caught in; caps with the bruid torn and 
covered with dirt; and ties that look liki- th« string 
last year's Christmas packages. 
"Disgraceful" is a harsh word, but it is the only 

one which applies to cadeU who allow themselves 
and their uniform, of which they -houhl he jiruud, In 

The Cadet Corps has a group of officer* whose 
specific job it is to remedy luch ritual 
Every day boys' names appear on the guard report 
far such trivial offences as "Inattention in Dining 
Hall" and "Light on While out of Room", vi In foUJ 

guard report for "Unsanitary Condition td Uniform" 
or "Appearance Unbecoming a Cadet." 

.'. their uniform to lini 
gradation, or the officer* whn daily B.1 

One thine is certain: if something is not done in 
the naer future, North Georgia College stands the 
chance of losing its standing as one of the best 
R 0. T. C. units in the South. 

The Cadet Bugler 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . Wuu Biggett 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Adalan Johnson 

BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde Elrod 

NEWS EDITOR Julian Hicki 

SPORTS EDITOR Douts Fori 

NEWS STAFF— Anns While, Ins Cooper, BiU 

Alexander. Bobbye Anderson. 

Bella Leard. Harold Johnson 

FEATURE STAFF Bill Kemp. Paul Sitlon 

SPORTS STAFF Herbin Cole 

CIRCULATION MANAGER Seale Hipp 

CIRCULATION STAFF - Bobbie Thompson 
FACULTY ADVISERS — K. M. England. 
H. H Gilbert 



has proved rather a faulty stiite- 
,„„,, ,incc the appearencc of Cdt. 
=gV In, I' Doyle in physics class. 
I.y„ signed "P. but d»e to being 
,„ the infirmary several day. he 
.-as unable to attend cla.- Then, 
to,., h.- changed periods just recent- 
ly and in all. has caused a good 
deal of confusement. Having 



ntly. I f 






t the . 



his bones, has 
take back his 



rigN that the lift birtory benl "jy ^ 
P ^Trevtu?cb.*«''. e playe'°and track runner. Li, u . 
tenant Wladver has served over two yeara in the 
army He took his basic training at Camp Croft 
, t m there was sent to Fort Moultrie, S. C.. 
..mi from (Iilio was sc* . 

where he was a special service officer of the theatre 
and post athletics. He qualified for Officer Candidal, 
School while he was there and was sent to the Army 
4tolnl.tati.il school at the University of Florida. 
He graduated as a second het 



iform. A little old per- 
haps, but he shows by his statue 
that he is still a capable cadet. It 
trulv was a sight to see such a 
.kinh -s root clod in clothes. 

Bain and ice. but still he fought 
■onrageously. Cold were bis hands, 
cy were his feet, but on be walked 
intil finally that soaking wet 0. 
0. stood before the flag pole and 
proceeded to raise the flag which, 
after reaching its natural position, 
proceeded to blow and tear until 



7 lie, OttciH&udo* 



i.INNY is 
i BLLOWS 

COLEMAN. 



.mi' line, how about thai 

U ne mi COLA a ed n THRASH- 
KR and CRIFFETH 






■ 



hKLI. 
LOUISE'S 



It Seems To Me 



listening to !| ■ 
turn the radio ..n and bear a 
broadcast how many of us listen 
to thui rather than turning ov« 

another station und it''t.iii£ I In 
latest swing? It seem 

'vi' tun it l tru'lvi" tml t 

boys fighting for us to becor 
informed N. G. C. 



I of • 



Vlcittl.fl.'lti. 

.try. I would like 



■ead the "Missing In Action 

t prayer for ■>. 

! i I'm all do that 



occurs here at N. C, C, each nigl 
« EUrtaln hour. Have you evi 
cut out your light just a ft 
seconds before 10:30, opened yoi 

waited for tops T When those fir 

thoughts go to the events of t) 
day, ib,' pi opli i love most, at 
how wonderful it i, i« l* n Hv 



I, the 



l reuired for officer 



,o.. t Wladver's ambition before the w»i 
become a teacher. The subjects which hs 
, teach were French, English, and music; foi 
ter he gained knowledge from high school 
ie studied light opera, and in college, where h< 

|= interesting, doesn't he, coeds? But hand. 



RETURN 

I left the campus for these last holidays with a 
igb of relief. My worries disappeared, and my 
ilightly shredded mind felt as if the weight of some 



. pi... 



.elf i 



, that ground that r 



cork. 
I had t 



o do it in and I did it. I forgot 
ing as a clock, and all that told 
ie when to couch myself was the occasional droop- 
ig of my eyelids. Finally, as the days grew shorter, 
ly brain seemed to unwind itself and let all the 
.reads of dislike for old N.G.C.'s studying shrink 



■arded the 



for 



Dahtonega, I felt the urge to hurry the driver on— 
on to what I had thought would make me summon 
my better side to ascertain the position I would have 

I arrived with the same feeling I had boarded the 
bus with and wss not at all disappointed at the 
grassy campus that fell into focus of my eyes. I was 
glad to be back, glad to know that I was again among 
the people who had come to mean so much to me. 

Everything is like that. When you play a lovely 
melody over and over again, you say that no more 
will you be ahle to Bit patiently through that song, 
but after just a certain period, that tune rings once 
more in your ears and you feel the urge once again 

If people could only enjoy what they are doing 
while they do it, they would neither have to look 
forward with such anxiety nor backward with such 



• ould ll b. BOB thut MARIAN 



IRELAND, 
irl, could it? 



I GOT A MAN 



REC CLUB SPONSORS PLAYNITE 



!■■ called "playnites," and between 
h-uis nl" 7 and 10 the participants could have 1 
either through playing games or dancing. 

. under way with cadets being 



■ The dan. 
onto the floor by the coeds, who through< 
evening called a number of "girl -breaks," When tM I 
student* tired of dancing, they drifted over to *' , 
sides of the court to engage in a fascinating game o 
ihulileboard Everyone enjoyed playing this former 
E*me which is being taught to "»* 
girls In the Physical Ed classes. Couples also en- 
gaged m gamus of ping-pong, darts, and bingo, a" 
of which proved to be a lot of fun. 

The Rec Club is making plans to sponsor a «*»*; 
play-nite once every week which will begin """"t" 
ately after supper and last until quarters wi th ° 



Monday. April 17. 1944 



linn Clip 



:By DAVIS FORT ^— 



.Vv>mp;tnying the bugle 



standing. 



ly rising should tend to open the eyes of t ho 8 e students 
consider it necessary to sleep through the early morning 

Track: With a track meet there comes training am 
e comes Phys. Ed., and with Phys. Ed. there comes 
■very cadet strives to keep away. Those fellows yc 



and quality about the campus. 

Gym: The Phys. Ed. schedule for the 
added interest to the N. G, C. athletic program. This schedule 
litary track, softball, and volleyball. Although tennis i 



m this 






br action. These activities a 
will be to your advantage if 3 



have been 

■ disposal at all times. 

Spring is here, and so is tennis 'with its demands for a 
and a team. As seen during the Summer Quarter, N.G.C. 
has in its possession some very talented players who are beginning to 
drift down to the courts. We have had an excellent tennis record in 
the past, and this season should be no exception. 

Special Game; With the odds of 5 to 1, the Sigma Theta Frater- 
nity defeated the Rex Fraternity in a very close and exciting game of 
softball on Sunday, March 26. The scoring, although very close, was 
led throughout the game by the Sigma Theta, who won by a 'final 
score of 26 to 19. The game, which was a result of a challenge by the 
Rex, left them defeated but determined to avenge their loss. It 
games of this type that really bave fight in them. Here's to more 



We' 



■ field. 



equipment, and the fellows to do it, so 
erybody make the showing of the sun the showing of himself, 
? to have the athletics -we can have, it's going to take the will- 
of every cadet and coed either to get in and play or back up 



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Dahlonega, Georgia 

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Another Season 



son, out-of-door sports once more 

until "Old Man Winter" pushes 
the mercury lower and lower in 
the thermometers and tells every- 
eno to close his doors to the less 
healthful athletics of the inside. 
Softball, a very energetic game, 
promises to be the most prominient 
sport here this season. Faculty 
and students seem to enjoy this 

Some games have been played 
on the drill field in which many 
talented athletes have been re- 
vealed. Upon sight of a few of 
these games, Coach Scearce's sport- 
ing blood began to make itself 
known, and he immediately pre- 
pared a schedule for a tournament 









Faculty Grays. 
The Grays, with their many ex- 
TJenced players seem to think 
they have the best team and will 
be the victors in the end. Although 
, little younger and less experi- 
need. the Talents, Batum, and 
'ratlist will be in there slugging 
nd fighting with the 






g..,-,d 



ill find the schedule of all 
mt games posted in the 

Pick your team and sup- 
until VICTORY has been 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA 

Week Beginning April 17 
Mon., Tues., April 17-18 
HITLER'S CHILDREN" 

Tim Holt, Bonita Granville 



Volley Ball 






iris ; 



«-hich • 



the Boys Phys. Ed. cli 
ting their daily workout. 

A number of the rules are not 
the same as those in the girls' 
game, and having watehed the 
girls play, the cadets were forced 
to forget what they had learned 
by watching and start from the 

Though slightly dull at the be- 
ginning, when learned and played 






r of) 



rill find. Calling for not only 
ulual work but an unusual amount 



sight foot 
ig the cadet 



a volley ball gi 



Home Ec. Club 
Presents Program 
On Appearance 

The Home Ee. Club held its first 
meeting of the Spring Quarter in 
Friday, March 24. It 



! rhal 



. for 



s quarter will be on personal 

■ved by the new refreshment 
nmittee. Mildred Watson and 

\t the last meeting of the Win- 



Wednesday 
CHANCE of a LIFETIME* 

Chester Morris and 
Jeanne Bates 



Thursday and Friday 

"THE YOUNGEST 

PROFESSION" 

Virginia Weidler and 
Edward Arnold 



Saturday 
"VARSITY SHOW" 

Dick Powell, Fred Waring 



Mon., Tues., April 24, 25 

TWO WEEKS TO LIVE' 

Lum and Abner 



Wednesday 
"PILOT NO. 5" 

Gene Kelly, Franchot Tone, 
Marsha Hunt 



Thursday, Friday 
"SLEEPY LAGOON" 

Judy Canova, Dennis Day 



Joint "Y" Meeting 
Held March 11th 

On Wednesday evening, March 
11, the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. 

C. A. held a joint meeting in the 
college auditorium. Two short 
films were shown. The first one 
dealt with the life of George 
Washington Craver and gave a 
brief description of 1 

stressed particularly the n 
products which he developed 1 
peanuts. 



1 counterfeit coir 



t joint meeting 
proved, by the 
rom both the 
e Y. M, C. A., 



Quarter, the Home Ec. 



of the club. Afterwards, Liz made 
her farewell speech, and Margie 
Phillips, the new president, made 
a speech of acceptance. Although 
the Home Ec. Club will miss their 

under the leadership of Margie 
Phillips the excellent work done 
in the past will be continued. 



Major Hntcherson— "Why didn't 
ou salute me yesterday?" 
K. P.— "i didn't see you, air." 
Major Hutcherson— "Good, I 



J.M.Parks&Sons 

CURLEE CLOTHES 

STETSON HATS 
Peters Diamond Band 

SHOES 

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Paul's Clothing 
Company 

Men's Suits, Hats, and 

Furnishings 

Gainesville, Georgia 



The College Canteen 

Where The Students Meet 

"SERVICE YOU WILL LIKE" 

JACK ROBERTS, M K r. 



Monday, Tuesday 
'TARZAN TRIUMPHS" 

Johnny "Weissmueler and 
Frances Gifford 



Wednesday 
"FALL IN" 

Wm. Tracy, Jean Porter 



Thursday, Friday 
"HEAT'S ON" 

Mae West, Victor Moor. 



Saturday 
IS EVERYBODY HAPPY' 

Ted Lewis and Band 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



Louis J. Alber 
Speaks at Chapel 

Tb« student* of North Georgw 
Collcg* had the pleasure of hear 
inp Mr. Louis J. Albner. a lectun 



of all times, Irvin S. Cobb, 

the irreat news reporters of the 

last war. Stephen Leacock, Cam 

an humorist and the inimitable 

Mr Albner has spoken at N. G 
a on two other occasions. At these 
times he talked about Wintson 
Churchill. Hitler. Mussolini, and 



He x. 



i this 









Girls' Rec Club 
Has Tournaments 



minor sports — ping pong, shuffle- 
board, and badminton. Each teanr 
is conducting an elimination tour- 
nament to select the champions ol 



N. 



W'tif- 



get 



the Ree Club 

planning to sponsor Tournament 

night and the finals of the three 

.. be played that niitht 

with the student body invited as 



WHETHER 

It's That 

Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 



Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



Rex-Sigma Theta 
Dance A Success 



igma Theta dai 
: Saturday night 
proved to be a big 
e of the rainy night 



riders tandable why 
t one of the best. 
. were closer thi 



lance would be. Just the feeling 
hat they were a selected gTou] 
voutd have been enough to mob 
ipecial enjoyment. Throughout thi 



ihei 



breaks which also added a toucl 
of friendly enjoyment. 

The highlight came when, rathe 
early in the evening, someoni 
(identity unknown) slipped Roj 
Acuffs "Wreck on the Highway' 

.( this kind that 

a special priviledge by having been 



NEEDED IMMEDIATKLY- 
iding floor panel for office to i 
my cadeti who want leai 
[BJOT Hutcherson. 



W. A. Whitmire 

The 1 Home of Quality 

Merchandise 

At Popular Prices 

On The Square 



CADET — CO-EDS — A.S.T.P. 

en you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
during quarters he sure to look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville, Georgia 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 
WHOLESOME FUN 



AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 







Monday. April 17, 19^ 

Sigma Theta Fra? 
Initiates Pledges 

Wednesday, April 6, the 
Sigma Theta initiated their new 
full pledge-ship. These 
pledges were very proud to ent*, 
this organization, which is one of 
the best on the campus. 

The Sigma Theta officers f or 
this quarter are: 

'resident - Warren Battle 

rice-president Tom Bell 

iecretary Bill Knight 

Veasurer Wilton Ireland 

;haplain - John Milk 

Plans have been made to have 
trip to Lake Trahlyta later in the 



WANT ADS 



WANTED — Small anchors for 
weighing down certain things in 
windy weather. See any coed. 

LOST AND FOUND 
LOST— One wad of slightly used 
tewing gum. Finder please re- 
irn to Wessic Lawson. 

STOLEN — A strong beating 



LOST— One feeble bruin, Find- 
pleue return to your con- 
fu: r.i editor. 

CAPTURED— One strong beating 
icart Don't worry, guy, I'm keep- 
ng it anyway. Liz Proctor. 

LOST— A good looking Beusse 

irn to n worried 
Miynelle Holcombe. 



ATTENTION PLEASE— I will 
t. Dr. Hampton. 



the tallest used - 



Compliments of 

A. G. WIMPY 

Hauling Contractor 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Mayflower 
Restaurant 

WESTERN STEAK 

and 

SEA FOOD 

Gainesville, Ga. 

"The Best of Poods" 



Science Club Gets 
Off To Good Start 



the final 
ce Club 1 



! «[U''. 



sleeted: 

President .. Adalyn Johnson 

resident Edwin Coleman 

Secretary „.. Virginia Fellowi 

Clyde Elrod 

Parlimentarian Sallie Cook 

Tam Committee ... Jerry Cal- 



These officers began the quarter 
at the first meeting fen March 23rd 
when the Science Club met jointly 
with the Y. M. C. A. The program 
a quiz on physics, chemistry, 
and zoology, was enjoyed by all. 

The second meeting of the quar- 
ter was held on April 7th with the 
program centered around Pasteur's 
call to youth. 

At the next meeting Mr. Charlie 
Elliott of the Wild Life Department 
wil be guest speaker. Thi^ num-un? 
wil be on Thursday, April 20th, 
and the Science Club invites the 
entire student body to attend this 



ROSE'S 

5. 10. 25c Stores 



If You Want A 
Good Haircut 



Woody's 



THE POCKE1 BOO < 
^/KNOWLEDGE - 




T" Cadet Bugle), 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



VOLUMNE XIV 



A View of Barnes Hall at N. G. C. 




Federal Inspection On May 17 



and by the individual cadet 

That certain Wednesday will be 
a very full day including: Ins|.ec- 
tion of Personnel; Mass Calisthe- 
nics; Squad, Platoon, and Com- 
pany Drill; Tactics for Small 



_ : hat hoping ci 
them the "E" the) have 
jo long f.i, their inspec 



JUNE 7 STARTS SUMMER QUARTER 



Sigma Theta Frat 
Begins Fine Year 



You'HNeverForget 



By Bobbye Andei 

The last night has 



I' ml With t 



i night— 
r through the crisp, 
You stand in the 
: out over the dark 






been completed and show that the 

summer quarter will be well filled. 

The schedule will mili.nl" fniir 



3iolog; 



r. It's the little 
unt — things you will remember 
ig after you have forgotten so- 
d-so's last name. The little 
ings that you will take away 
:>m N. G. C. and alwaj • ehei ish 
your "immortal college" days 
trly Spring 



■ nil- -. 



■ lungs with i 



, \,y fwl 



^.ii.U-i fill feeling." Tho 
had- Mr. Coin'? nev 
tory of North Goon 






E theme 
Classe 



; for Mr. Engli 
r thought of missing in 
ogy. Hikes through those 
s, now darkened, from 

u returned half dead, and 
(ft-.-rm.uns— Retreat— The 



ology 101. Biology HV>, Zooh-gy 
221, . i mi Assistant Technician 
course. In the course of Com- 
merce, students, may lake Short- 
hand, Advanced Shorthand, Type- 



Inl i-if. iui.-t j.. 



Busi 



Type\ 



>ud In. 



The I 



-,.. in Education in 

Mentation in Education 
a! Psychology. School an. 
Health Education, am 
Nychok.gy. In English 
,n and Historic 101 an. 
nial English, Humunitie 
12 will be ..II'. ..■.! II... 



Hoi 



Econ. 



■ the i 



■ that i 



ire bound together by 

ble bondage of silent thought. 

Study Hall— The lessoni you had 






■ .. 
a which go 

life. Ah. > 

■ 

■ 



col- 
all in the 



ami go— your 
■ now mostly 
ies. You leave 
idow and -it on the edge of 
d, Along with your thoughts 



Elementary Clolhm 
Introductory Home Economics, ai 
Family Relations . In the necessai 
ly broad course of Mathematics, <u 
may take Plane Trigonometi 
Freshman Mathemalii . Infc ... 
diale Algebra. Plane Analytic 



that Physics is 
finding its way into every phase 
of life, the course has been made 
,,uit.- full There will : 

Introductory 
. ollege P 



sorgia, The Effects 
irican Institutions, 
Latin America, in 
military, Basic Freshman and 
Basic Sophomore will be given. 
\\ Mjii,-ii\ Physical Education 1(1" 



.in.! Hi- 



I 2111) an. I the 

Physical Fitn. 



of new students an* 

North Georgia College 
orward to a very successful 



; ,fLil 



Sergeants Club 
Plans For Future 



Sergeants Club 
;. .1 • Eoi this qu 
an us follows: 



!■■ retary John Lee 

reasurei George Sheriff 

i \ .. Kenneth Parketon 
Plans arc being made for a trip 
i Lake Trahlyta .... w -,. ■•■ II,. 
ning to present a 
age -how in the near future. 
his *how will '■■ 

md and will be 



eoutin rlem galf 



Of . 



I. pr- 



of the bnys do 
hev a full schedule. Somi 
labs everyday and iley ain't t 
ted lo have dates on week .lays- 
bul, Whuts wi.tu' wit Sat un Inv 
night? Some say de hev in b, 
true to the girl back home bu 
don't hey realize there's a way ti 
have fun on a date without jus 
bein' in love wif a gal. 



The ! 



I help a little 






do in 



deres lotsa things dey 

de aftern.'.-ii. He gii I 
parties in de f'fi-t-d l'..ttar.- an. I in 
but now when lie girl! 
hev anything, dey go by their- 
selves. Dey uster hev I 









Some saj the N. G. C, cadei 
WOLVES— But dey acl m< 

kittens to me! Dere sho is a 

hev a date. Effcn dere wan 

co-eds up here. I, boy I 

|i > couldn't neve 
a date, but since dey're here 



, I I, ,-.... I ; 

I the ge ■ 

■ being Leap ' 



lates effcn .she didn 1 



Internal 

ml Ph..t<- 






b, the 






,r. will offer in Ch. 

Romance Language, will be French. 
Rapid Beading Course, and Spatv 



Back The Attack 
With War Bonds 



but all <.f you who 

I, let, me I 

to the ihov . 

■ I mg t.i do 

IET ON THE BALL!! 






fi alei I. it > began 

Warren Battle of Ellaville as joes 

dent, Ton, Hell ,,f ColumbUS i 
vice-president, Bill Knight of Mar 
etta ae secretary, Wilton Irelan 
of Tifton ai treasurer, and M 
England re fan ultj advi ... 

During the .el I year ihe men 

hers and pledges g j many ocii 

activities sponsored by the fri 



ty. Hay ri« 

■-. .inn., i - 






thcii date. The hoi 



thr.iiighi.iil ' ' 

■ -.■ i] ■ ..hi are fori 
d into the club by In. Is v 

term. Throua 
lutstanding pledget re 

■ershiri .mil are later mil 






' 






the mnrribei ' 
■ fraternity d 






The 



■ 



the 



i bori oi the (rati rnity. 

The Silt,:.. 

ni/e.l in I'.ll'.i f,,i the |.i,,| 
■ 



,del . i... 



! 



■ ■ . . 



■■■: 



G ■ 



Members, Pledges Value Of Military 
And Dates Enjoy Drill And Classes 
Hayride By Rex 

On Saiuri 1 

ps and th«i 
enjoyed a n«yi 
lyi.v l*ke 1 ■ 

nade lake, a 
■ ■■ 

The members. cWbk 



MY FEATURE 




The judRen. forced to judgi 



■ My 0( time, for iminy - 

mr. at a Unit 


and 








Kiro 
















■ilk- 


r>g with a cade 


hi* 


ally problem'. They are ar, 








1 


ugh 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 



A FRIEND OP NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



"YOUP IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS- 
ROBERT M. MOORE 



-J 



THE CADET 



GYM CLIPS 



Rec Club Finals Softball Tourney 
Draw Large Crowd End Draws Near 



Rec Club Gives 
Folk Dance April 6 



Parallel to these will be minor recreations such as badminton, 
tennis and horse shoes, all of which will be on a competitive 
Leac.ut^ will be formed, and stress will be put on company eompe 
New activities are replacing varsity athletics as it is impossible t 
tinue the previous program. 

Coach Scearce states thai he will plavc emphasis on comp 
..! courage, conditioning, and coordination, which wi 



■ futui 



of . 



ARCHERY ... 

Although the c 

of a rifle, they havt 

ous weapon in the deadly bows and arrows. The a 

- are shot through the an into the bt 

and we can't help but wonder if there aren't sav; 

;sting sport s 






■ eds. 



TENNIS HURT PROTECTION . 

We all realize the anxiety o 
jK.is-ir.Ie moment;, but wv seem V 
iasilv abused if not in the best c 
courts, before being given ample 
almost ruined by the carelessness 
lucky to own such fine courts and 
best. There will be n 

OBSTACLE COURSE 

Although i 



n. After the last rain, th. 
> dry and be repacked, wen 
w of these players. We an 

this quarter, but plans an 












physical strain that we it 

our bodies, the taxing of 

we fight against at all tir. 

we will thank Coach Ramsey for the 

uur lives. This may sound odd to us a 

realize the truth in the above statemc 



. and profit by what we havi 



MOTHER'S DAY 

Is One Day To 
REMEMBER 



COME BY YOUR 

COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

And take home a Gift for Her 

A complete line of Candies, 

Cosmetics and Other Gifts. 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



ma, the Trahlytans, Phi Omi- 
\s, Hippolytons, and the Mer- 



— Hippolytan. 



Phill 



Hendrix (win- 



Omicon 

ner) — Trahlytan; 

Faynelle Hokomb (runner-up) 

—Hippolytan. 

Shufflcboarrl -Ruth Si-k ai„l Vidi- 
an Singleton (winners)— Phi 
Omicon. 
Vivian Singleton- -Trahlytan. 

these tournaments a- * vide need by 



when the Rex meets Non-Frater- 
The four ficbtinp teams who 
ized and began battling June 
e furnished the fans many a 

thrill, but like all good things, 



Faculty 5 



s at the final f 



fore the ga 
one corner of the gym, the spiri 
of competition began with th< 
decorations set forth by each team 
After supper, when the games be 
gan, co-eds from each team rushei 



ach nei 



plei 



enthusiastic yell 



Annual Military 
Track Meet Set 
For May 24-26-27 

The annual track meet of th. 
cadets will be held on May 24, 20 
and 27 and is planned to providi 
iiii.ei'-Ciimpany competition. al 
though no definite outline has beer 
made at present 

et hat 



The 



■ the 



forty-five 



Tli.- hifh.'vt -■<■»■ vet to be reach. 
ed is forty-four which means thai 
we have excellent track materia 



Non-Fratenrity 


3 3 80 


ndependents 


7 75 


The above 


andings may be 


hancetl in the future to the- ilehtrht 


of some and so 




here's to the b 




May 10 Fac. 


vs. Rex 


Vlay 12 Ind. 


vs. Non-Frat. 


May 13 Rex 


vs. Non-Frat. 


May 15 Fae 




May 17 Rex 


vs. Non-Frat. 



the solo she 



R... heater solo," 



■ith something r 
With this progi 
'lub concluded ii 





i enjoyed 










of th 


melodies 


nd Pa 


O'Conner 



i (he Diamatic 



. ,ugh • 



nted on April 6, by 






n working to- 
ward a folk dance program, they 

» 

the program. The Colorful SOngl 

mil th< -nil more colorful costumes 
which the girls wore made the pro- 

eram l.uth mt siinjr and unusual, 

thii-e nf -I'Vn : i| furci-n .-. -u nf 1 ie- 
-■ f these dances were 

"Put Your Little Fool" Poland 

"\Wcei- 1 Switzerland 

■■ lottlsohe" Sweden 

"Crested lien" Denmark 

"1 laracha" Mexico 

Latin America 
"Pop Goes the Weasel" America 
"Little Bmwn Jur" America 

"American Sctn.tti- he" America 

"Polka" America 

'Val< " . WalU" America 

"Virginia Reel" America 

Dancers: Louise Richardson, 
Ann Young, Edith Her, Mildred 
Watson, Luilene Smelly, Joan 
Crowe, Pat O'Connor, Betty Weens 
Lorraine Sappintrm, Betty Smith, 
Ruth Sisk, Wesley Lawson, Bobbye 
Anderson, Virginia Fellows, Edith 
Hemlrix, Pat Powell, Faynelle 
Holcombe, Iris Courier, Sue Smith 

Pianist: Minnie Jean Walters. 

Advisor: Pearl Cullifer. 

Reader: Ethel Martin. 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Yom Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



Dramatic Club 
Presents Chapel 
Program May 9 



under the direction of Mr. 

f..r this quarter. This pro- 
was held at chapel and be- 
■ of the student's obvious 
inent expressed by their 

uttendanee at the Variety 






hi.h - 



W. A. WHITMIRE 

The Home of Quality Merchandise 
At Popular Prices 

A complete line of Dry Goods and 
Student Accessories. 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



J.H.Phillips 

General Merchandise 

On The Square 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 
Good fellowship 



and 



■iir ga; 



BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



•• SERVING DAHLONEGA FOB :«:» YEARS " 

D4HLOXE<>A TELEPHONE COMPANY 

II. C Meatier* 



Tuesday. May 16. 1944 





Bee Leard Says — 



B] Betl) Leard 

aven't seen i 
those who haven 'I realize 

trip through 



from Duhlonega 
■■:' pines anil 
cool waters, 

Ereqm nted 

■ 

I Trahlyt; 

r« w i 

■■:. ih.. beauty 

'■'" a* it tumbles down 

the side of the mountain. At the 

'" form ■ imall pool in which one 
enjoj 



th 
Then, 






THE CADET BUGLER 




i settle down with ■'■ g "- 1 

. couples walking 

together, ami we 



MmjiHn 



gia and North Gcn,- K 

Long after stud.-nt* )<■'■■ 

the knowlrdge gained in books, 

they will recall with a fealing of 

s that trip on Easter 

the side of Crown 

id they will remember 

these meetings together. Crown 



will f-i 






From Editor To Reporter In One Month 



Ii- 



ni ,..,l,v 






..„ to a little -cub" re-j 

porter in the short spnce of one; 

montb I kno«, 'ca . 

made this backward jump— from 

■ the Cadet Bugler to a 

rtex for the Atlanta Cfln- 

Mv first asignment w- reoll.v 
t Vtc one-Yea, I had » lot to 

■„ exact, .1 whule 5t"ck 
vard of steers! Most oS you re- 
member the Fat Cattle Show and 

Sale of the 4-H Clubs and the 
FFA Well, t*»* w« my firs' 

story. 

I walked into the ne«s rnom of 

the Constitution Monday morning 

, ;iv . and inc.denlally 1 






1 finally got back, s 

; times, and wrote what 
I thi-iuirht wus ii "super story. 
vhen the first edition came 

I 
. it was chopped uji into 
hing I didn'l ■ ■ 
n't have until this Jay had 



editor told roe to ] 
and-So at the Cha 
merce to find out s( 
the show. If any o: 



wli 



hinc about 



just how familiar I was wit 
dial telephone. I looked at 
phone and it stared back at 
with a savage look. Detenu 

and ask somebody how to use 
contraption, I tackled the in* 
ment with untold fortitude, and 
dialed (prayi 



: the combination 
with me and "I got i 
offered to take me oil 



Luck 



' He 



,,„■,■ |.. i 

That - 

that I < 




Officer's Club 
Is Making Plans 
For May Dance 



<■ of which was one 

i the fatal day I lea 

r how 



and that it would 
ake me ages to capture the art 

\\\ in all, being ■ reporter Is 
lust another way of going to school 
ind getting paid to learn. It's 
really grand— «nd you never know 

:,■,,,„ ■ da] 

,,,u will do and who you will meet. 

It is rather nice to amble in to 
vmn job lit 111 a. m. and have nil 
Saturday and Sunday free, and cs- 

; a ]jy to have a boss who under- 

„l ,,,„i i patient with your 



— ». ^iT* m„w Baptist Student 
Charles N. Elliott Sigma Theta Makes ion Reorganizes 
Speaks To Science Plans For Trip 



...... ■ 



. been sadly At 



BUY MORE 

WAR BONDS 



Surveying Class at Work 



Tlie newly elected officers of 
t ,e Officer's Club, President Joe 
;,,,!,. th. Vice-President Pickens 
Sutler. Secretary Jack Free, and 
\\ ';,■ ren Battle have big 
In ,.- hi mind for their dance on 


ut of t 
ions thi 


With an orchestra from 
wn and colorful ilee,,ia- 
t are planned, the dance 

to be far above just en- 




lb > £ President has i„. 
s that during the week, 
jcr= of the Officer's Club 




dates will have an in- 
a dance in the Community 


louse w 
t is to 


th the music of records. 
e in the afternoon, some- 



Club On April 20 



Jink M, Clntiles N. Elliott „f the 



, ontinued, will give the it 

. and other nati 

on conservation 

.- and the fiii 
,,f the program after the war 

Ti,. Science Clt 
tire student body 



few of the 
the country to thi 
was well attended 
The last meeting 



To Trahlyta Soon 



n informal dance held a 
igma Theta house. 

Despite the fact that thi 
een a hard time for all fra 
ies. the Sigma Theta has really 
.,,,;.: ■, .■ ai thi r successful 
Many of th 
icmbets have gone but new 
ave taken their places. 

Certain of the new officers' 
ility, Sigma Theta is already 



TO STUDENTS AND PROSPECTIVE 
STUDENTS OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

GREETINGS! 



College friends have always met here 

the matter? on the eanipu? and Ih-iv it is that you 

havet-nntinually linnit'lii your dates to enjoy our 

Southern Dairies Ice (ream 
Coffee and Toasted Sandwiches 
Delicious Drinks and Sundaes 



Gifts such as COLLEGE-SEAL jewelry, stationery, 

"made many a match," especially when 
BOY and GIRL were trying to "make up" after 
some little differences, 
SMITH'S has always offered to you the verj besl 

in everything thai you have called upon them for, 
and if there are an you would 

like to make to benefit the students, wt> will re- 
ceive them with the utmost np|-n 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



Save Waste Paper 



Announcing the Re-Opening of 
"THE BIGGEK AND BETTER" 

MAYFLOWER 
RESTAURANT 



■ 



One Bloc!; from i 
ied Customer Is Our Besl Advertisement 
J1MMIE CARAS, Owner 
Phone 1061 



f the most active religious organi- 
-.,, campus, hag re- 
rganized and is planning a full 
rotrram for the Spring quarter, 
'he Baptist Student Union is or- 
ganized for the purpose of creating 

, |,.-. feeling of comradeship be- 
«,,!: the church and the campus. 

The new officers that were 

President Betty Lsard 

-president Caroline Wall 

Secretary Julian Hick* 

new members appointed on 
OiUicil were Ethel MdnU, 
Hicks, Betty Holland, Bobby 
pson, Adalyn Johnson, Frank 



Forman Will Take 
The Place of Keith 

Sergeant Keith, who has been 
connected with N. G. C. for the 
last year, has left to take up duties 
at Camp Toccoa. He was a friend 
of all the cadets on the campus 
because of the splendid work he 

Sergeant Keith's duties will be 

taken over by Sergeant Forman 

perienced in his duties. H 

tationed at the Univer- 

i LH.i where he was <-'<>n- 
nected with the A S. T. P. 



■ hence will i 

iidjust himself to a i 



PATRONIZE 

STUDENTS' 

EXCHANGE 



Announcing New Ownership 
SMITH HOUSE 



use win continue as Smith Hnuse of 

l H. B. Smith has su i,| ,„ j,,, .,„,, 

Mrs. Win. Smith „f N,« York, u ho vrfl take 

ipisl 1st, Mr. Wm. Smith i : , a m-aduata 

l.;.m..>..-u... so don t fail,,, ,,,„ o„himfnrh. 
«ill be you,- friend. 

'« ™th them at least „ n til 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

or 
A Good Car To Rent 

SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurant? 
Dahlonega, Ga- 



Memorial Day 
Program Given 
By College Y's 



A Glance at Engineering Drawing Class Hard at Work Glee Club Concert 
i ^^_* Is Great Sueces 



and Y. M 




morml Day was fi 

,k. Following the talk, a trio 
Sisk, Anne 
Young, and Mildred Watson sang 
one of the songs of the period 
during the time of the War Be- 



, ttu; Stan- 



Tram 



Paul 



H.-nifinp ■'Ziillii-iifi'i-*' which was 
fullriweil by Minnie Jean Walters 
n the piano playing a group of 



* tribute that the Y. W. ( 
. M. C. A. paid to our 
.te soldiers who died on 
fields during the War 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA 



Tuesday, May 16 
FOREVER AND A DAY" 

All Star Cast 

Wednesday 

HITLER'S CHILDREN" 

John Carradine, and 

Pat Morrison 

Thursday and Friday 

WHERE ARE YOUR 

CHILDREN" 

Jackie Cooper and 

Bonita Granville 

Saturday 
HOOSIER HOLIDAY 

li -rue Bryan, Emma Dunn 
Mon., Tues., May 22, 23 
KEEPER OF THE 

FLAME" 
Spencer Tracy and 
Kathern Hepburn 

Wednesday 

ALASKA HIGHWAY" 

hard Arlen, Gene Parker 

Thursday - Friday 

"NOBODY'S DARLING" 

Mary Lee, Gladis George 

Saturday 

"BEAUTIFUL 

BUT BROKE" 

an Davis, John Hubard 

Mon, Tues.. May 29-30 

THE HUMAN COMEDY" 

Mickey Rooney 

Wednesday 

•TAXI, MISTER" 

William Bendix and 

Grace Bradley 

Thursday and Friday 

HEADING FOR GOD'S 

COUNTRY 

William Lundigan 

Saturday 

'WHAT'S COOKING, 

DOC" 



One of the Many Labs of North Georgia College Which 
Have Been Improved, Is This Engineering Lab 



WANT ADS 



\\ WThH— 1'ierr,. Itlitch. — Any 



\\ Ml \HLE— Cln« 



NEEDED — Some* 



WANTED— A new car. Will 

five dollars.— See Dr. Simm 



WANTED — Esquire Calendar t 
help me keep track of dates. - 



DESIRED — V good 



NrJKNKIi— \ bath.— A 



FOUND 
i Fort. F 



We Must Be Vigilant," 
■Burke; "March for the 
New Infantry, " Uhl; "Winga of 
Gold." Wyatt-Hewitt; "Recession- 
al," De Koven; "N.G.C. Evening 
Prayer," Dismulces; and "Proudly 
We Hail Thee," Booth. 



.■cordiuiiist, playil tin* Gypsy f i >lk 
Dr. Flanders, N.G.C.'s skilled 



Bobbye Anderson. 



LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



Paul's Clothing 
Company 

Men's Suits, Hats, and 

Furnishings 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Victory with Bonds 



SHELTON SERVICE STATION 

WOCO PEP -ACCESSORIES- TIOLINE OIL 

"On The Hitch-Hiking Comer" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



J. C. PENNEY CO. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

-•- 

Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIC 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



DIXIE DRUG CO. 

"Where All College Students 
Meet and Shop" 



Visit Our Fount 

and 

Luncheonette 

_#_ 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS, Inc 

Serving Dahlonega for 23 Years 
Eastern War Time 

Lv. Dahlonega for Atlanta at 8:20 a. m.-4 p. m. 
Lv. Atlanta for Dahlonega at 9:00 a. m.-4 p. m. 
Lv. Dahlonega for Gainesville 10:30 a. m.-2 p. m. 
Lv. Gainesville for Dahlonega at 4:30 p. m.-6 p. m. 
SPECIAL FREE WEEKENDS ONLY 

DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS 

Oldest Operated Line In The State 
FRED JONES, Owner 



The Cadet Bugler 

N CHIEF Watts Biggen 

I EDITOR ... Add 
MANAGER 

NEWS EDITOR . Julian Hicks 

SPORTS EDITOR 

NEWS STAFF— Anne White Iris Cooper, Bill 
Alexander. Bobbuc Anderson, 
Betty heard. Harold Johnson 

STAFF BUI Kemp 

SPORTS STAFF ..., Herbert Cole 

CIRCULATION MANAGER . 

CIRCULATION STAFF - Bobbn- Thompson 

FACULTY ADVISERS — K A/ Enohnd. 
H. H. Gilbert 



*7Ue 9ncUnetiatosi 



Home Ec. Club 
Sponsors Dance 



Land and Ina Oglesby headed 

The officers of the club made 

and also their 

specials. One "f the highlight* of 

this dance was the leadcM, lead 

by Margie Phillips, president of 






. for 1 



The chiLjiernm 
were Dr. and Mrs W. Hampton, 
Di and Mrs. P. U Flanders, and 
Hi and Mrs, G. E. Ramsey. 

Tli.- itudents had been looking 



BENNETT and SINGLETON 
have definitely bought a one way 



Remember THRASHER, better 
lake it BOBBYE, FAYNEI.LE'S 
Ireadj taken. 



Cadets And Coeds 
See Magic Show 

on Maj 5, tii. ludentt al North 
■ i and mysti- 
fjed by the Raymond 

■ 

indifiK Magical I'rriijui i • Tlii- 

i ■ 

be held at N. G C this yeai 



SMITH filkxl with "1 c 






1 
ilf u I f equipment, including 

f course, Hi,' Willi.' I.lliln 1 - 

these aril mai 

I k' I Ik- ii.'ifi.iiiijirier 

■ ■ ■ 
■ :•■ the r.-uliric •>[ d.nh 
lifr '1'hr. prodm h..n /.i ,■ .■,'.<! I 



Congratulations 
To Hijrh School 
Seniors of 1911 



i id. i Bugler and will in 

the gradual 

in- iii. i. in i.. complete elevei 



HAYB1 ' 

■ i. PHA ■■ K E "i '.in 

;:., m: .. \\i BID fOl UMT21 



REE h w E that point thai ■ 



News Goes Cra^y 




While the pro- 
the '.-la-s with 
nteresting accounts of North Geor- 
ria, a certam Joe Kenney, (un- 
loubtedly he was preoccupied with 
thoughts) slowly lowered 



head and , 



Prof 






hell 



the 



slamming ..f books, stomping feet 
■OtBC in general failed to 
■ per. Naturally, left 
alone in the class, he could not 
help r ► i j r In- noticed, particular- 
ly since loud snore.- were issuing 
expression of a 
disappointed b w, Prof England 
walked slowly to the back oi the 

■ 
awaken .1"" who, with the look of 
a new b„m calf, rose to his feet 
and stalked out,— We liked the talk 
Prol 

i- ■ em: that a 
■ ■ 

1 "' ".' in" tooli quite b full on 

■ 
■ I Free, the Boyd 
Atlas," collided 

win, ti,,- cemenl fl 






end of Tiahlyta, Anythinj 
happen if "Superman can 

I'm not omitting myself whei 
say that we cadets can judge i 
hastily. 

Often we hear that this or tl 
newly chosen officer is changi 
with the effect of receiving "b 



stop and realize that maybe the 

fact that a dress cap is part of the 

re! of only a few 

ideti would naturally make the 

f one be noticed more 

ever before. That i- reason 

e thought that he is changing, 

you have been reading to 

: before I mark that 
last period I wish to enlighten 
those few who have been misin- 
formed on the policy of this papei 
To you few, I say, drop by the 
library sometimes, listen for news 






and i 



learn that this is war. If I were 
to make the Cadet Bugler a gripe 
sheet that expressed the feelings 
of some few who failed to realize 
war is bound to effect everything, I 



would be loosening th< 
the foundations of tht 
try whose right "f fit 
I 



icka fn 






r personal dislikes o 
-, for you, 1 and i' 



minded. Write a 
feature material, 



cord of right which, a- it h 
u|i ,.ur freedoms, is already stram- 
■ ■.I with ripping at each side of the 



It Seems To Me 



Sidelights of North Georgia 



January 6. 

riwri hav, been r - I- ,.f ,ii, tress ns well as periods of pros] 

... ■ 

he lasl tun ly u >■,■■„■ hC , t wnen tne Old E 

1 "' ll! ' "' ,l A '-."icinn i- .f in.uihle j pie 'has been ass 

... ents has passe, 

'.■ tell all the quaint and I 

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ii.. 



make -•■■ enchanting reading i 






Sanford Hall 
Presents Chapel 
Program May 1 1 



■in- smntei n help 



we appreciate all 

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ic oth, ■ 



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i, howevei u diverting 

''■ '' NGl " LI A 11',, 1873, on that old cl 

■ 
il victory. 

1 in I87:t. Two Students 

■ ■ ■ -■ hall- ".. ■ . ■ 

. 
■ 

111,1 ""<■ girl m the fust graduating 
ioys" had handleba, moustsch. 






i 

■ nteresting m 
" M A building I 












."'"x'.'iTh Z 
1 Ing Incidents. 






Non 






V #• Cadet 8uale\ M 

TAe Poice 0/ tfort/i Georgia College S 



Sons, Daughters 
Of NGC Make 
Record In Service 

North Georgia College has every 
ight to boast of her sons and 
laughters who are serving in the 
orami forces, for they have al- 
ready proved themselves outstand- 

bome and on foreign soil. 

N.G.C.'s highest ranking son is 
Lieutenant General Courtney H. 
Hodges, a native of Perry. He is 
Borgia's highest ranking army 
nan. He has recently received the 
Distinguished Service Medal. He- 
attended N.G.C. in 1903. 

Several of NXJ.C.'h sons have 

lives— for us back home. Captain 
Olin Palmer of the Marine Air 
was kiled in action on 
Guada anal. Captain Palmer was 



Hillyer Godfrey of I 



Scotland i 



1944. He was in the Class 
I. Guy 0. Stone was killed 
ane crash in the early part 
«. He too was in the class 
. William Kendall was Mi- 
ction in the Pacific area in 
. 1943. He was in the class 
i.f Y-'-l. Lieutenant Cooper Dod- 
on of the class of 1940 has been 
iissing in action over German; 
itice March, 1944. Sgt. Paul Bas 
of the class of 1942 is reporte. 
missing in the Marshall Island 
June. 1944. He is in th 
rw Corps. Lieutenant Ralph 
the class of 1942 is 



Full Fall Quarter 
Expected Here 

The schedule for the fall quarter 
will follow the same procedure it 

begin the school year with the 
freshmen arriving three days 
earlier to get acquainted with 
their new surroundings and to 
take placement tests. All registra- 
tion will take place on September 
23rd with classes beginning on the 
25th. The quarter will efrd on 
December 13th. 

There will be two new additions 
to the faculty this fall. Miss Nelle 
C. Burton will head the Physical 
Education Department for girls 
and will be assistant in the Biology 
rtment. Miss Burton attend- 
ed George Peabody College, Mr 



imber of new cadets 
e expected this fall 
number of tff 



U T.R. P. Is k Integral PartOf IG.C. 



Mixed Chorus iBond And Stamp 
Presents Concert Drive Successful 



ally good a 



The 



included "Funiculi 
Funicula," "Drink to Me Only 
With Thine Eyes," "Liebestraum, 
"The Lost Chord," Soldier! 
Chorus," "Anvil Chorus," "Th 






'I Love Lif 
"My Buddy, 
Fightii 















" the 



the 



that will t 



th- Mari 



n action in the Pacific 
May, 1944. He is a 



Charles Garret 



Corps. He wa; 

of the class of 

hus been missing over Poland 

April, 1944. He is in the 

Corps. Lieutenant Albert T 

H;irr;.. USNR died on duty on USS 

■ :h-ij in October, 1342 

ler christened the destroy- 

vessel "Albert T. Harris" 

! I Lieutenant Sidney 

Richardson of the class of 1941 is 

■ Army Air Forces in taly. 

ed the Purple Heart. Lieu- 

Dorsey Jones Marine Air 

vaa seriously injured in North 

na in June, 1944 in a plane 

He was in the class of 1941. 

-C.'s daughters that have re- 

r>ij service are Pvt. 

1 hil.Ier of the Women's 

[■= Reserve, now attend- 

iccr's Candidate School. 

in the Class of 1942. 

nt Ruth Smith of the Class 

is now serving the Army 

-orps. Seaman Lannelle 

the- class of 1942 is now 

****t m the WAVES as a tech- 

i the Hospital Corps. Pvt. 

of the class of 



944 i 



th,- 



Richard McConnell of the 
f 1926. who was attached 
l[l m the f«ulty from 1925 to 

at Camp Buckner, N. C. 
* (S) J. r. cook of the class 
,3 « is at Pensacola. Fla., in 
^'avy doing Special Patrol 



—Continued on Back Pag* 



resting c. 
offered during the fall 
er are Physics 104-105 which 
are Principles of Aviation and 
Radio physics. In the Chemistry 
Deparment Qualitative Analysis 
and Organic Chemistry will be of- 
fered besides the regular courses 

the regular course of French 101, 
Spanish 102, and French 212 will be 
taught. Of interest to the stu- 
dents who desire to start the 
Kne;in>'i.'ririE Course will be Engi- 
neering Drawing 9 with the corre- 
sponding course of Engineering 
Math — 17. Changes have been 
made in the Pre- Med and Pre- 
technician courses in that they dc 
not require English 201-202 but 



S chei 



With ih- i 






Male Chorus 
Plans Concert 



T. R. - ! 



be giv 
m will 



August 8. The pro 
lude: "Finlandia," "Juanita, 1 
Stars of the Summer Night,' 
Santa Lucia," "Go Down, Moses,' 
Steal Aivuy," "Who Did,? "Thi 



'II.:. 



Mali 



■ Chorus Roster is: 
irs: Robert Richardst 
ulerson, and Norm; 



"Song of the Army Engineers 
"Song of the Signal Corps" ar 
"Crash On! Artillery." 

The program featured viol 
solos by Laura Rogers Fortson 
and a number, "Nut-Brown Maid- 
en," by the quartette— Messrs. 
Shelley, Stevenson, Bell, and 

The closing numbers were "The 
Stars and Stripes Forever," "N. 
G. C. Evening Prayer" and the 
Alma Mater— "Proudly We Hail 
Thee"— by the chorus. 

The Chorus was accompanied 
by Dr. Bert Flanders at the Piano. 



Crown MounfainClim 



>egan another wai 

suprvision of Mr. < 
lose of this drive 
tudent on the can 

ense stamps each 



id Sanford Hi 
bond and i 
sst under tbe 



The i 

thusiasr 






posted 



B-buili 



Hun 






Sanford Hall was in first place, 
but came in the third week in 
second place with B company tak- 
ing the lead. The following figures 
are the total number of points ac- 
cumulated up to July 16th: 

B Company „ 912 

:ord Hall 900 

A Company 876 

Band 670 

D Company 420 

iny 00 

¥1,578.75 in stamps and 



i beer 



• rule 



• that Uhc < 



•ta adding extra points, 
successful results are ex- 
and with the continued 



j de people in hit a 
the bestest bunch 



done evah seed. D< 
do anything fo yo 

realize 

much you lak some one till 
leave and den you feels it. 
learn to give and take 
11a next to you heah a: 
an't learn to do dat 
stay healh long. Dis school 
is full of a bunch of regular fellas, 
folks you feel lak you'd lay down 
life fo and dey'd all do de same 
you. We got a spirit that oao'l 
nevah be found NO PLACE ELSE 
' not, we eat, sleep and haf a 
time together for 2 years or 
Den one nite you heah taps 
and you'll know dat dem taps 
closing yo life at N. G. C. and 



life. Something dat ; 






gene Richbourg, 



.ard, Evans Flemin 



I befo and realize what 



so long for good. But no matter 
win at happens that feelin for N. 
G. C. and the fellas in it will al- 
ways be down inside and nobody 



should 



cial 



This program is known as 
my Specialized Training Re- 

When the students reach 
; of eighteen they a 



transferred to the 



, LA.lv. 



Officers Candidate 



North Carolina, 



culum are 
The A.'S/I 



Informal Dances 
Of This Quarter 
Prove Popular 






lopular this 

alendar for the first three Satur- 
day nijrhts this quarter featun-c 
informal dances sponsored by Hhr 
"Y's," the U. S, O., and the Rec 
Clnb, The first formal dance was 
riotic dance on July 1st spon- 
by Sanford Hall. This dance 



..■...■II 



rood 



The Panhellenic, a dancs that is 
Dked forward to from one quar- 

i turd ay, July 29th. The "Gener- 
als" will play. 

The Officers Club Da-ice is 
planned for Saturday. August 



i form Companies 
the battalion here 
They drill at the 
: the R. O. T. C. 
cadets do and receive the same 

reservists attend chapel 
th the Other students, and 
several members have participated 
programs this quarter, 
a vital part of the in- 
lets and co-eds welcome 
in integral part of the 
ody of N.G.C.. They, 
h the other young men 



Glamour Birds 
Presented Here 
By Joy Postle 

cULIgeu 



Maintaining 
n arranging < 



I for 



beneficial as 
a t ruction, Dr. 
Rogers brought the distinguished 
bird painter, Joy Poatle, to the 
age here on July 0. 
Miss Postle, with her husband, 
>bert Blacks tone, presented an 
gtnal act which represented the 



ulmination of 



work 



Bishe ; and i 



Deep South. Five of these 
were spent in sketching the 
birds, flamingos, egrets, 



beautiful color. 



CADET BUGLER 



What Happened To 
The "Y" Room? 

Paring all the beginning weeks of the current 
quarter, there has been one missing link which bas 
prevented the 7JCXXA having the inccenfo] pro- 
gram which it otherwise could easily have"*ad. This 
rink if the T" room which has been so popular in 
It arouses our ever present and al- 
ways persistent curiosity, wondering what reposes 
behind the tightly and mysteriously locked doors of 
im Could it be something similar to 
Stmilin* Jack's "Hairy Ape." or is Rattop merielessly 
drawing the blood from the veins of "Fearless 

Already the T. M. has jointly sponsored with the 
Y. W. a Freshman talent night and a dance. That 
much is good but the Y 1 



SUMMER VACATION — PRE-WAR STYLE j Campus Memories 



Tnihlyta =' 



I clothes— so this should I 



t does ii 
e believe that t 



i the 



N.-.UM ,: 



W.lU-1 h, : ,tr 



ntains a subscription to a 

:o resubscribe to several n 
sold form the foundation : 



ADAPTABILITY 



everyone on the 


eunp 


- baa 


adapted himself to his 








hundred new students 






Did <txp 




w* quickly ov 






a short while every 


one found bis 












, and 


:i. !<■;., hive worked to- 




nj .-.: 




r. And why shouldn'! 


,. , jmt tfca 


, for 


ve're J 


st one happy student 


It ha. been 


nt«rM 


ing to 


me to watch the re- 




ice tfa 




with which they b*VI 


adap'^d themse' 




jninei 




have responded 




bij call readily. They an 






ond dr 


ve, ,., this edition ol 


the Bugler, and 


n eve 


y ..the 


■ 



Message from President 
Rogers 



h of August. 1939. The long- 
,is summer's vacation will be I 
a in a lodge by the beautifi 
i the mighty metropolis of Dal 
>. the dreaded task of packing 
a few things this summer- 
tets, canoe and paddles, 



I soldiers (the 



, by smoking i 
t be such a lo 



, (to 1 



In about two 
uddenly Mama : 



and i 



rady 



"Stop ■ 



hai 



rolling. 



having been ree< 
terrupted by Mama again, who rememoers mat me not 
has been left on. We hurry back, expecting the house 
ip, hut to our great joy it is still intact. 
re get out of town. The lodge is two hundred miles from 
settle down to a long journey Everything runs along 
thly for the first fifty miles. Then Junior's little v. 
Papa, it's awfully bumpy back here." I 






Lo fin. 



! all the 



I hours before I t 



You guessed i 



Afte 



down them all day, 
■a.l out our blanket r« 
^ery satisfactory exei 






two little ridges 
leak directly o 



'My p 



,!. .Mi. ■ 



back. In about fi' 

ay. I find that there 

detail is repaired (as are all the rest of the leaks in the 
ittle down to the task of fighting off ferocious dive bombers. 
Day breaks and finds mo very tired and unhappy about the whole 



. thm 



i off, Junior 
■eakfast. Ther 



ten the 



Ink i 



No 



hikef for Papal 

The rent of the vacation is spent going to parties in man-killing 
h ■■ rod tuxedo, and sitting In a canoe with a fishing rod in my 
hand watching the day go by. 

Finally the time comes when we must say farewell to this beauti- 
ful paradise of Luke Trahlyta mid go back lo the old grind of the 
office ! am Cordially welcomed home with friendly taps on my 
led back Oh, for the war daye when one must spend his 



*7/te Oncut&uiiosi. 



Mm, 



• SITTON for Paul ! 



Didn't he CASH inl 
RHODES with Virginia, 
to l"' Ifali to PICK Wees 



it» staff i 
enrolled 



■ us lo upheld 
■ 
i Georgia College itacLf. 



RThal happened to Alexi 
Jerlee leomi to be hitting 
None of On nen co-ode seem 

■. QjC 

Betty li ■ 

Kemp Still seem, lo he n 



B3. Mill.', igenu to have DOT*fl of love hi King 

■ found his Pearl. 
in-. IVY i ■■■■■ da I li wo* h g ri to thrllll 
■ TEENY blty of lovo! 

Mbp 3 W ■' deoid. Vhothe. itt Johnson or Chapmer 

the keeping them gucuing? 
Jhelloj i-<- 1 QOEBEHS up Bftlbara Could It be love? 

PROCTOR -.,, | B ESSE el the "Y" dance! 

■' '■' I to bi the canteen ,■ j theee d*ye. Could i 






w,i. 



1 I her 






of N.C.C.— of its i 
iOllege, one .f eight "essentially 
n America? Will you remind th. 
i is definitely co-educational, and that the 
re up-to-date — thoroughly modern, vital and 
Doing this will help build the college for 
lea and maintain it during the war period 

rt. You are invited to help; will you do it? 

.i < ki.i.i 



PERM ' 

BOBBi i 



i HILLY boy" 



Salutes, That Is The Question 



■ 

''• oendknl ol Dan'l B< Then there'i the -Hi Kid" imlute nsad 

The an toth,- uitoplawthe flngen in the middle 

of the forehead and tl .tend the im vrlth a rtcloue thru* Third 

■ 
uaily nccompanied with a stern face. Next there ii 
by ell officers above 
ircctly above the e 



Many are the thoughts that will long be remember- 
ed by the students of North Georgia College upoj 
eir departure from this institution. 
I know everyone will remember Ralph Miller, bet- 
r known as "B B." In Barnes Hall he's a nusiant, 
ound S o'clock every morning shouting, "Barnes 
all—Upstairs— Hit the floor!" "B B" is f roni 
isser, Georgia. And 



city!" 



•ell, 



Then, there's Bill Kemp, that no cadet could 
irget. If it's possible he has order! It isn' 
immon to hear his voice shouting "At Ease," 
le boys get a little on the rowdy side. 

impus you then see some of the weaker sex. 

ntering the canteen, you can usually hear the 
f "Nipper." She's usually in ai 



s. Of cou 



riod slec 



After that cornea the "Goldbrickers' paradise" 
riere the sick and the goldbrickers are entertained 
by Ella. Ella is the maid at the infirmary and i- 
ed never to have had a worry nor a care, 
of the important memories will be Sanford 
HalJ Lobby on date night. No matter when you go, 
ou always see the same ones. Some of the couple* 
o remember are: George and Becky, Joe and Vivian, 
"ranees and Redd, Myra and Paul, and Hilton and 

Of course, we can't forget AMEN OOBNBR it 
he Holly Theater. Enough said! 

And, last of all. I don't think any student, co-ed, 
adet, or reservist could possibly forget those good 

We do lots of complaining, but we don't realise 
hat it's for our own good. In a few years, we'll look 
back on these memories and say, "Those were the 



mail. By the way; LOST: Joe T»mp Jerles, if feci 
tell him the canteen is that way and that Santa Claui 
is never late. After all he carries a sack too and 
is a lot bigger. Why is he always on time and 

That glamorous chest of Tom Bell's always thrown 
out in his own peculiar little way. 

Teeny and Battle looking at each other with that 
Yum! look. 

Gossett cackling like a hen all the time. It's nice 
to be happy. 

The way Pureel! wobbles around tossing salutes. 

Seeing "Heavy" roll by and hear those wolf calk 
echoing with John Lee standing blushingly by. 

The way Watden gets solid on the dance flout 
He does remarkable things la be dead. 

Mary and Sam running around like two who h»« 
been there but escaped. 

A Lt.-Colonel who desn't feel his buttons for ■ 

These slap-happy coeds, cadets, and reservist? wh» 
better to do than play drop U" 
hundkerehief on Sanford Hall lawn these SundiJ 
Nighte 

The bathing beauties i ?) on Sanford Hall "beach' 
each afternoon. 

The Cadet Bugler 

CO-EDITORS Adalyn Johnson atii 

Bill Wachter 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR Bill Kemp 

BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde Eftf 

NEWS EDITOR Paul S" tor 

SPORTS EDITOR Pick Ball* 

NEWS STAFF— J S Hyde, Joe Go&" 

David Wynne. Barbara 

Goebels. Owen M^-dit" 

Paul Trawich, H. C JW* 

FEATURE STAFF 5onny P*9* 

Bill Attxatm 

SPORTS STAFF Robert HtW 

James J°n ns0 * 

CARTOONISTS Groow- Byrd Hollo* 

ASST BUSINESS MGR Could M<«« 

FACULTY ADVISERS K. M Engl** 

h. h P'n 



Tuesday, July 25, 1944 



CADET BUGLER 



On The Ball 



-By PICK BUTLER- 
The sports program of NjGjC. got off to 
realize that the coaching department has been 
because of the loss of our head coach Scearce, 
Scearce? Coach Ramsey will take over as her 
cation Department. He is to have a new a 
August. Po 



or should I say En 
ad of the Physical ] 

istant— Mr. Sheets, 



Mr. Sheets 



> coached Y.M.C.A. work ai 
nstructed in Southwestern College, ir, 
Miss Nell Bui 



Texa: 



body College t 



head the Physical Educa 
;r Masters degree from ' 
will begin her work hen 



nd before this 
Depart. 



■vent, even John Lee. The girls were 01 
■ who is the Mama of the softball diam. 
monds! After five hard fought battles. 



day night, July 17th 

? games to their credit. The freshmen underdogs laj 

games. It'll be all right, though. 

Another of those N.G.C rumors is on the loose. ' 

s a football team in the fall quarter. Having tal 



These girls and 
reached 

th only 



, I find this t 



Nevertheless plai 



! the ball," be< 






■ '.k-fimU-ly known what i 



bi' undertaken, but at any ra 
ticipate as units. This will arouse the old N.G.C. 
college life what it is. Old sayings like '^Blood, blot 
echo through the mountains of North Georgia nexl 



3 played, but no league h 



Inter-Fraternity 
Games Under Way 



the Rex and Non-Fra- 
ving won two and lost 
the Sigma Theta has 



Rex and Non-FVat wi 
■Frats 'winning easily behind 
Charlie Barret's pitching. Follow- 



with Die 
Rex-Sig 



5 close and hard 



n July 15th the Rex and Noi 
t teams split a doubleheade 
The first game went to the Rex 



y possible. What are you wait 

jresenting each company: 
"A" Company^Glover, Swill] 
"B" Company^Butler, Jennin 
"C" Company — Montague, Co: 
"D" Company Paget, Wallace 
Band— Elrod, Burton, Battle. 
With these candidates th« 



jcted to be of great 



Dahlonega - Atlanta Bus 

Offers You Its Service 
MR. FRED JONES. Owner 



ROBERT M. MOORE 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

A Friend of North Georgia College 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

SATISFYING SERVICE 



MILITARY SUPPLIES 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 

Week Beginning July 24 

Monday and Tuesday 

"PRIDE OF THE 

YANKEES" 

Gary Cooper and Theresa 
Wright. 



Wednesday 
'WOMEN of THE TOWN' 

Claire Trevor and 
Albert Dipper 



Thursday and Friday 

"THE CROSS OF 

LORRAINE" 



Saturday 
"JAM SESSIONS" 

Ann Miller - Jess Backer 



Week Beginning July 31 

Monday and Tuesday 

"SAHARA" 

Humphry Bogart 



Wednesday 
"NATZY NUISANCE 

Bobby Watson, Jean Porter 



Thursday and Friday 

"THANK YOUR LUCKY 

STARS" 

All Star Cast 



Saturday 
"JACK LONDON" 

Michael O'Shea and 
Susan Hayward 



Inter-Company 
Softball Begins 

Paced by the heavy hittir, 
"Pick" Butler and the fine i 
ing of "Big" Charles Ma 
Company "B" won a hard ft 

nesday night, July 12, the 



fourth. 

game of Inter- 
tion, had thrills 



Miller 1 Floyd 

Upchurch 1 Perry 

Maseey 1 Ledbetter 

Runs Scored "D" Com par 

Dumas 2 Gold 

Carson 1 Richards ., 

Cassidy 1 Smith 

Hirsh 1 



and "C" have 



" Company team wt 
is close enough to 



:ould be i-xpected with ii 
:ed teams. Good sporti 
was present throughoi 



Rec Club Has 
Varied Program 

The Rec Club is being sponsored 
this summer by Miss Alice Dono- 
van since the girls do not have a 
woman Director of Physical Edu- 
cation. The club is divided into 









Freshmen 
Club meet 
night in 



Lobby of Sanford 



NGC Graduate 
Wins In Polities 



of N. G. 



..„- 



is Henry E. Nelson 
tectcd superintendent of the 
I of Dekalb eounty on Jul 

North Georgia college with a 1 

:ree in 1911. He has been 
leading educator for a number c 



WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 
SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



Rex Fraternity 
Is Out of Debt 

ex Fraternity la in the clear, 
ary to popular belief, this 

t debt. The present members 
heir predecessors are to be 
atulated on the fact that 



Sunday afternoon, June 18. They 
vere later entertained with an out- 



John Lee; 2nd Vice-Prr 



W. A. Whitmire 

The Home of Quality 

Merchandise 

At Popular Prices 

On The Square 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



Sons, Daughters— 






i Front Page 



■■ CUmdo 

Captain Howard Sanders 
Army Air Corps is now at 
on leave from North Africi 
was in the class of 193S. 

Major Robert Garner Jr.. i 
lh« army in the European a 

Major Garnet Bruce Palme 
has been promoted to majo 

Area in the Army Flying Service 

He was here in the class of 1939. 

Captain Doss T. Whilhite. who 



Lieutenant George Franklin of 
the class of 1939 has seen action 
over Germany with the Army Air 

T. Sgt, Izzie Bashinsk] is prob- 
able the most decorated alumunus 
of N.G.C- He has the Distinguish- 
ed Service Cross and Oak Leaf 
Ouster. He has been on fifty- 
one missions over the China, Bur- 
ma, and India area. He was in 
the class of 1939. 

Lieutenant "Con" Shanahan of 
the class of 1940 was injured in 
Italy in May of this year. 

Lieutenant John C. Rogers, son 
cently in France and is now in a 
hospital in England. He attended 
N.GC. from 1938 to 1940. 

ij- utenant Harold Myron of the 
if 1U41 is on the Anzio Beach 
with the Combat Engineers. 

Pvt Julian Hall of the class of 
1M is now an Aviation Cadet at 
Ma- well Field, Alabama. 

-Lieutenant Luther J. Smith has 
won his wings at Maxwell Field 



Ho 1 



1942. 

Opl. Robert Balk is now at Camp 
Blading, Florida going to OCS. 
He .tended N.G.C. in 1942. 

Robert A. Welden of the 
cla of 1M2 ii m England. 

L utenant Chas. N. Hal! of the 
clat of 1943 is at Gunler Field. 
Ala ima He recently won his 

Li' utenant LU.yd Horton of the 
class of 1943 has flown a Flying 
Fortress for thirty missions. He 
was wounded over Berlin. He was 

Purple Heart. 
Cpl. Phillip Farkur- 



0H 1 THAT COW SALVE 

mm 



SUNDAY INSPECTION 




v.ird i 



Cadet 



axwell Field, Alabama. 
Pfc. John Pledger of the class 
1948 has recently been inducted 
to the Army and is nt Chatham 
Field. 

.tion Cadet Cyrus Ashbrook 
Army Air Corps Maxwell 
rttended N.G.C. in 1942-43, 
tenant John MeCalla of the 
class of 1948 is in the Navy Air 
Corps in the European area and 
i awarded the Oak Leaf 

errill Toague of the class 
f 1944 is ovenea 

N,G.C.'« beat wishes go with 



Cluster. 



1 other alumni who a 



Back The Attack 



WAR 
ll ^S BOND DAY 

STOP SHNDING — JAW DOUiBI 



OASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 
FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 



A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 



SMITHS 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



Plans For Dance 
For Panhellenic 
Council Are Made 

At the last meeting of the Pan- 

llemc Council, officers were 

;cted for this quarter. They ore: 

President Pick Butler 

Vice-president Warren Battle 

Sec. and Trens Bill Knight 

is were made to give a dance 
July 2','tli, which will be one of the 
outstanding social activities of the 
rlir. Elaborate plans are bo- 
made for the dance. 



The 1 



! Com 



sed of members of the Sigma 
eta and Rex Fraternities who 
t together each quarter to 



Officers' Club 
Elects Officers 

1ng tin' fir. i pari - 

.r tho Officers Club mc 

cWlc-rf iihc following officers for 
this quarter! 

Clyde Elrod 
Pick Bui 
Sot rotiTJf Warren Bal 

BUI Knight 

i the quartet the officers voti 
■ ■ caps instead ■ 

he gurrmim caps usually worn. 
I s.vt begun plai 

"i tii, I, danco which is ono 

hi' ouUUnding 

'■ '' 'I' ■ rhftj -r,, plan] i: :. 

luguat Uth, They 

■ 

'"it; ahc la?! part 



fine of i 



■ dollar 



Shelton's 

SERVICE STATION 
Woco Pep — Tiolene Oil 

Dahlonega, Ga. 



LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



Y.M.C.A. Sponsors 
Trip to Amicalola 



hayride to Amicalola Falls. Sun- 
day, July 23. The falls are located 



ng, and swimming, with many of 
the boys and girls trying their 
luck at mountain climbing. Late 
in the afternoon the group gath- 



Sigma Theta Frat 
Begins Successful 
Quarter At NGC 



'I In: !■ 



, TV,..! 



atemity has 






ine of the leading organizations 
it NGC. Many of the old members 
isve gone but will always remain 

lehind to uphold the prestige of 
:hi.' fraternity. The fraternity is 
the former members for making 
gma Theta what it is today. The 
ea of any fraternity is to bring 
iunp men into closer contact and 

,mpus. Sigma Theta feels 
has accomplished this goal dur- 
g the past years and shall con- 
iuc to do so during the future. 

has selected many of the finest 
iys on the campus for its pledges. 
he initiation took place at Cane 
Creek Falls, Sunday, June 19. Al- 
ways taking a lead in social 
activities, Sigma Theta has planned 
a full quarter. A hayride to 
Lake Trahlyta was enjoyed by 
th( fraternity on Saturday, July 
15. The afternoon was spent in 
boating, swimming, hiking, and 
dancing after whidh the group 
was entertained with a weiner 
roast. This is only one of the 
many socials planned for the 
quarter. Plans have been made for 
a dance at the Siprma Theta House 



Patronize 

Our 
Advertisers 



Science Club 
Is Off To Good 
Start For Season 

The Science Club, one of the 
most active organizations on the 
campus of N. G. C, was recently 
reorganized for the summer quart- 
er with the purpose of promoting 
and maintaining the students' in- 

Three meetings have been held. 
Officer? were elected at the second 

given by the members on recent 
developments in the scientific 
field. One of the reports given 
recently was "Man-Made Quinine." 
The Club invites all who are in- 
terested in science to join— the 
only requisite being a genuine 

Besides Dr. Forester, who is 

the faculty advisor, the officers 

President ..._ Adalyn Johnson 

Secretary ._ - Anne White 

Program Chairman .... Bryan Redd 
Parlimentarian Joan Crowe 

Y.W.C.A. Having " 
Splendid Quarter 

The Y.W.C.A. began the quarter 
by getting a hundred per cent 
membership of the girls in Sanford 
Hall. Ann White is serving as 
president of the "Y" this summer 
as the regular president, Ethel 
Mint, is not attending summer 
school. The "Y" meets each Wed- 
nesday night in the Lobby of San- 
ford Hall for a short period of de- 
votion and inspiration. 

The "Y" has sponsored with the 
Y.MjCA. and informal and a 
formal dance this quarter. The 
most recent thing that they have 
done is to buy a J25.00 War Bond. 
This is the third bond that they 
have bought in the last three 
quarters. Two of the bonds were 
bought the firs t of this year. 

Sergeants' Club 
Elects Officers 

The Sergeants' Club is one of 
the groups organized for the pur- 
pose of sponsoring varied activitiei 

At a past meeting new officers 
were elected for th e Summer 
quarter. These were: 

Zellner Young President 

Ralph Miller Vice-President 

John Lee Sec.-TreaJ. 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

TASTY LUNCHES 
WHOLESOME FUN 



Dahlonega Recreation Center 



V % Cadet Suglei M 

===== ^__^__ The Voice Of North Georgia Colleee ^ 



JO YOUNG NAMED 
AS "MISS N. G. C." 



Students Receive 
Honor Bars Here 
For Splendid Work 

In an Honors ] 

ASTRP. thirty-f 
thirteen coeds were awarded horn 
For outstanding work durir 
Hw past quarter. 

odor Rogers presented tl 

to the following: 
i!d Bar (five quarters)— Wi 
Knight. 



Blue- 



M .:!v. 



(four 



. Whit 



R. .)..■! 



rles W. Williams. 
Ine Bar (three quarters)— 
■e Conner, Marlyn Edmonds, 
n Joy Potter, William E. Cole- 
, Chester Fouche, C. A. Mor- 
i. Charles C. Magnan. Joel I. 



. Pen 



Adri 



- ' ■ 



White Bar (two quarters)— 
ohn Moreland Major. Charlei 
onng Massey. Bryan Redd. Max 

Hed Bar (one quarter)— Betty 
an Carson. Ann Georgine Cash, 
liiabeth Miriam Freeman, Fran- 
is Harben. Mary Henderson, Do- 
B King, Mary Ruth Nix. Dorothy 
nn Woolsey, John Thomas Bell. 
Joel Warren Chandler. John F. 



Meredith, editor o 


the 


The students elected Jo 


from Cornelia as Mies N 


and Kenneth Parke 


ton fro 


Point as Mr. N. G 


C. 


The four girls 




campus beauties a 


e: Jo 


second; Peggy Tys 


n, thi 


Betty Leard. fourth. 




Other winners i 


cl ided 




e Bri 


and Most Athletic 


Girl. 




Hilton and Graham 
Editors of Bugler, 
Meredith of Annual 



!i ,!,,.,- 






Collie 



P. Hilton, Jam 



Henry Grady Jarrard, Al- 

lyn Cleone Johnson, Howard Ed- 

McCord, Albert O. Meredith. 

rest Lee Minix. Frank Harold 



The following ASTRP sti 
*cre entitled to the Red Bat 
S-10 Curriculum — John F. Mit- 



titie of the Cutest Coed 
"* by Peggy Tyson, and that 
t Handsome Cadet by Gene 

en as the Friendliest Cadet 
ed were Ralph "B. B." Mill- 
Ann White. 

i Meredith is the Most Po- 
nd Most Dignified cadet, 
-eard is the Most Dignified 
nd Ann White the Most 
3oed. 

ted as the Biggest Bull- 
by an overwhelming ma- 
vas "Jiggs" Roundtree. 
tudents chose "Prof" Eng- 
. popular faculty 






Dollar and Vann Are Elected 
Class Presidents At N.G.C. 

In the recent election of class officers, Ray Dollar 
and Claude Vann triumphed over very stiff opposition, 
when the final tally came in, for presidents of the sopho- 
more and freshman classes respectively. Other officers 
elected in the sopohomore class were Charles Williams 
Vice-President; Bill Alexander, Secretary; and Paul Sit- 
ton. Treasurer. Freshman officers coming into office 
with Vann are: Larry Castleberry, Vice-President; John 
Sperry. Secretary; and James Burdette, Treasurer. 




: and Coed who display the 



' Doll; 






departn 

"Rudy" Upchurch was chosei 
the Most Outstanding Officer 
Outstanding Captain. John L< 
the Most Outstanding Serg 
an! Bill Prescott. the M.^i Mili- 



Ra^V. 



Cun 



uhim 



N:l. 



Byrd J, . 

E Fleming, Norman P. Gardner 
Edward Irwin Gold, Aaron I. Gold- 
wan, Daniel N. Hathom, Jack 
M 'Ti. Hirsh, Melvern Carlyl. 
Holland, Thomas R. Horton. John 
D Huitt. Robert Young Lamber 
ff iUiam B. Nunn, James H. Pet 
din, Robert M. Pitts. Robert Pric 

■hardson, Louis Edward Schne 
(withdrawn), Dane E. Smyr. 

*rt Bailey Wallace. 

honors Day Parade was won b 



Sophomores Who 
Graduate Will Get 
New Rings Soon 

The graduating class of Decem- 
ber 14, 1944 are enthusiastically 
awaiting the presence of an agent 
from Herf-Jones Co, This agent. 
Mr. Canfield, due to military ob- 
ligations, has been delayed until 
recently. He is expected to be here 
Nov. 20. At that time, the gradu- 
ating class will choose the design 
that suits their desire. The class 



Crown Mountain Clim 



:,-.h 



livin up derp f. 
*rs but I ain 
5 I done seed fer 
two. It wu 



iy I wuz out in my back yard 
din my hogs and chickens 

I heercd all my chickens a 
rin 'an runnin aroun lak dey 
went an had dere heads ehop- 
>ff. I didn't know whut had 
happened. I thot at fust dat 
iz de end. but den I looked 

de hog pen an I seed about 
y-five THINGS comin from 
thru my yard. At 
ered but then I seed 



office after 






W.lliams, captain of "A' 
is a sixth quarter stu- 
is eligible to graduate 
er. "Topo" is from At- 

attended Lanier High 

v secretary. Bill Ale; 
ner High school. He 



, oho, 






; the aa 
used 



a round shaped rin 
large red set in the ce 
rth Georgia College 
und the set 



Sergeant Club 
To Sponsor Dance 

Tn e Sergeants' Club laid plan 

'heir first meeting for th 

J lQ fcs activities for the fall quar 

These «ergeants were elected t 



of their junior college ring and 






in much, but I hate fer my 




property to be pertruded 


La rry Chapman — Secretary. 


way. I think I orta hav 








make em stay off uv my p 


or November 25 in the gymna- 


I hope nobody will tink 


sum. This will be the last dance 


de kinda fellow dat don't w 


lefore the Thanksgiving holidays. 


body on his property, but 


The Sergeants' Club has re- 


lookin out fer de student 


erved two pages in the Cyclops 


need that fisical training 


jnd have selected Jo Young as 


dey can be in good shape 


ponsor. 


Japs and Germans. — Clim 



Paul Sitton, elected t 



ashman, is from Vidalia I 

ry popular with his fellow 

Larry Castleberry, who was 

impkin and graduated f i 
ewart County High school. Larry 
is a second quarter freshman and 

In the closest election of thi 
day. John Sperry defeated Hamil 
ton Kellam for secretary by i 



are: Betty 
Oglesby. Virginia 
Brightwi ll. Stew, 
nor Kennington, 
and Bobbye All- 



The theme of the annual • 
be the part played in the war 
North Georgia College's fori 
students. The Introduction p» 
will curry mention of all casi 
ties and all decorations. All p 
sons knowing of North Geor 
College boya killed, wounded 
taken prisoner, or decorated In t 



James Burdette, 



> N.G.C. fi 
ol. Burd< 
It majority in 



this information : 
Will D. Young, R 
Georgia College, 



, and a real credit to P 
Georgia College. 

Robert Hilton, reporter or 

■st second quarter student t 
os^n editnr-in-clii.'f Bi 

ming to N. G. C, he wroti 



high school editor 



Clyde Elrnd has proved himself 
i business manager of the first 
ank. Last January he succeeded 
Bit; Bob" Edwards and since then 
ip has done outstanding work in 
ibtaininc advertising for the CA- 
DET BUGLER 



The- 



Panhellenic Dance 
Is Great Success 

The Panhellenic Council is one 



I and school spirit It*, mem- 
p is composed of three mem- 
■f the Sigma Theta Frater- 



VTarren 

it; Ben Unchurch, 
Bill Knight, aec- 
; and Paul Sitton, 
1 John Lee 



ic Council had its regu 

November 18. The newer a 
ter Generals played for t 
ice and the Council upheld 

■ decoration of the gymnssiu 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Promotions Are Glee Club Concert 
Announced Here | Given November 26 

According to '.be N.G.C. Person- Sunday. November 26, at 7:30 
: niter, the best company p H tne muted chorus of North 



4. They were an- 

' C nupanpi Oiariea 

• Company. Ben Up- 
Company • l*** L«m- 
mpany. W. 0. WiH- 



■ -i; Major. Executive and 

S-l. Harold Dill: Capt.. S-2. Bill 

spt, S-3. Max Sweat; 

Capt., S-l, 



; Kvl!„, 



Band— Capt. Coleman; 1st Lt., 
Bloodworth; 2nd Lts., Overstreet 
and Lyle: 1st Sgt. Jtoundtrec; 
Staff Sets., Turner. Mosely. Mc- 
Ewen. Watson. Ramey Casey, and 
Jarrard. 

i,p •":•- , -'-'P t ■ ft ili!an»= ■ 
1st Lt.. Shelly; 2nd Lts. Bright- 
wel), and Crane; Is tSgt, Sitton; 
Staff Sgts.. Schine, Alexander and 
Perry; Sgts.. Ledbettcr, Glover. 



, Nel 



, Pitt- 



as, Brown. Chapman, Rhyne, 

injer and Rutherford. 
"B" Company— Capt., Upchurch, 
A L;. Perry! 2nd Lts. Miller and 
ohler; 1st Set., Lee; Staff Sgts. 



Awards, Floyd. Magnan, an< 
:eHy. 
«C" Company— Capt. Lambert 
st Lt. Proctor; 2nd Lts Padgei 
nd Sadler; 1st Sgt., Wood; Stuff 
lets,, Richardson, Wallace, 
lorion; Sgts., Tyncr MoCucn, 
leffiy Brown, Pitts. Ray. Bur; 
'leming. Kersey. Hill, UghtfoOt, 
)as*ou]as. Eidson, Meni 
ey. 

«D" Company— Capt., 



B> r, 



Mail 



Generals Are Still 
Solid On Campus 

Among the highlights of the N 
G. C, campus is a well-know! 
(Troup of boys who have been fur 



i "Unto Us a Son" which WH 
posed by the co-conductors of 
N'orth Georgia College glee 
is; Camillus J. Dismukes and 
Desmond Booth — the composer 
of "Proudly We Hnil Thee." who 
iciw with the American army in 
Prance. This group of anthems 
ft Up Your Heads. Ye 



"Ye That Hope 



God," 



"Lead Us. Father," The s 



Chr, 



e chorus "Glnr 



bjie 



Other choral numbers 

the sacred repertoire including. 
"O God Our Help in Ages Past," 
"God of Our Fathers," "Dear Land 
of Home," "Ijind of Hope and 
Glory." "Goin' Home," "Panis 
Angelicus," Schubert's "Ave Ma- 
ria," Molotte's "The Lord's Pray- 
er," "The Holy City," by Adams, 
and the "Hallelujah Chorus," from 
Handel's oratorio "The Messiah," 
The soloists for this concert are 
Alva Mashburn. Mary Edna Kling, 
and Joe Jolly. 



< Club 



Calhoun; 1st Sgt. Griner; 

S k tv. Grover, Franklin 

. Poole. W 

Bunks, Taylor. Hu.tt. Hardy, Tan. 

11, Crawford. 

Whitworth. Rogers. Savory. Puc- 

,i,,n, and Parker. 

The "Color Guard" is made up 

.... :„.• I ,.(,' 1'. I, - 

more, Brighton, Clark, and Mc- 
Kenme. The tinid-n >■ 
"A™ Cu -Darnel; "B" Co. 



Blacl 



"D" Co. 



Compliments of 

J. H. Phillips 

General Merchandise 

On The Square 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



SOPRANOS— Virginia Bishop, 
Genrgine Cosh, Sallie Cook, 
eva Corn, Joan Crowe, 
f'tumj,, Evi-lvn EMu-ridgo, Emma 

i . . Harbin Pram i H irbin, Dor] 

King, Mary Felon Kirn*, Mary 
Anne Martin, Betty J«in Marts, 
Ethel Mints, Mary Anne Moody, 
Carolyn North, Phillii Rcnfroe, 

Ann Sandera, Kathryn Sesaons, 
Margaret Summers, Lenora Tate, 
Lurlen* Tate, Flora Nelle Whit, 
mlro, and Ioyc« Willi ■ 

ALTOS Jaunil i Miller, Until 
nk. Mildn',1 W„t ,,,,. uiol Sliirl.-v 



I Dnviri Wynne. 

mi Crawl J« 

naon, Richard U 
i, Robert Norri 
iv Prmtt and Din 



..-,.,] ; 



. Have you 
, Generals. 



Led by Fred Bloodworth. the 
•nerals have made themselves 
ite popular again this quarter 
the campus. They have also 
played for several independent 



dm. ' 



-, Chim-, 



are composed of 
trumpet — Blood- 
tfatthews. Symra; 
i, Burton; saxa- 
, Cantor. Coleman 
kj bass — Owen; 
i, and drums — 



Coleman Elected 
Y.M.C.A: President 

The YMCA has elected as its 
president for this quarter William 
Coleman. He fs the only officer that 
has been elected as yet; however 
a cabinet of ten boys helps Cole- 
man with the business of the "Y.' 



follow 



red Bloodworth. B 

Darwin Bohler, Larry 

Harold Dill, Chand)< 

>wen Meredith, Ab 

Tommy Horton. and 

Rauelson. Dr. H. B. For- 

the faculty advisor. 



y Wedn. 

a. ,.llh. Ml. 



made to get the "Y 1 

that the students wil 



There Is ■ drive for memborshi 

p-oari results. A dance or social i 
being planned for December 9. A 
lb- lust meeting. October 1* 
talk-, were given by Fred Jonei 
.Ir , a former student here, an 
George Lipscomb, son of the loci 
ninn Jones bj 
ate on a destroye: 
During action, while at sea, h 

perl led an imputation of 

eatnan'i toot, for which he n 
Cfiived a Prosidonlal citatim 

g Naval hospital ship and ht 



Home Economics 
Sponsors Carnival 



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, lft ^ 

Dramatic Club 
To Present Play s 



ing for 

found, 



tiful cakes 

i,v Mi- i: 



s Club spon- 
i Carnival Octo- 



i and coeds look- 
time, which they 



the Home Econom- 
t baked eleven beau- 

vo prize cakes baked 
were given to the 
with the cake walk 

inners of the jitter- 



ras decorated with black 



White Is Elected 
Pres. Sanford Hall 



e President 

■rth - Vice-President 

ill is organized just 
i might be and has 



i November 21 and ! 
■ograma will be c 



' Program a 
i quarter t 



The fir 









,-,„ November 21, ■ 

"If Men played Cards j 

Jarrard, Cliff Collier 
Pi-aree. and Roy Owen. 



I pla; 



rill 



ashioned melodrama, "He Ain't 
Done Right By Nell." The cw 
ncludes Eleanor Kennington, B«. 
mra Goebel, Mary Frances Ptio, 
Hildred Watson, Paul Trawi* 
iene Crawford, and Alfred Baxt« 
Prof. England, the director nt 



Club, 



tailor-made I 



the parts. 

The Dramatic Club has a 
fifty members. A page haa 
set aside in The Cyclops for 



: Club will cor 
of giving bot 



house meetings to discuss 
questions that are of interest 
importance to the girls. 

Every Christinas Sanford 

girls and faculty members I 
in the dormitory. There 



Cli-i- 



with a gift 
7 person under it. 

, one sits around and :i 

rough organization it 
■r to carry on in the intei 
le coeds of Sanford Hall. 



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TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 19M 

TIP-OFF~ 

By LARRY CASTLEBERRY 

The sport's program at North Georgia College is once more i 
swing with six of the twelve major sports being played this fall. They 
mclude football, apeedbatl, basketball, boxing, tennis, and cross cm 
All six of these sports blend with the fine fall weather we art 
\ag, when it ts just cold enough for a coat of frost to cover ( 



:ollegiate sport this fall will be basketba! 
reported to Coach Sheets when he called the first 
r 3. Of this group, twenty-five men will be k< 



played. If yo 


u do 


i'I thi 


k 


SPEEDBALL 

The girls' 


lipe'c 


dball t 


u 


Rec Club is div 


ded 


into Ei 


■ir 



! who is tops. The 
Saturday or 



..■ 



BOXING . . - 

Coach Sheets announced that the boxing tournament will b 
first of December. The Physical Education classes have already taken 
up the fundamentals of boxing. 
CROSS COUNTRY . . . 

"What kind of an epidemic has hit the boys lately?" is the 
question being asked by the co-eds and teachers. The symptoms of 
this disease seem to be bowed legs, fallen arches, and extreme fatigue. 
The answer to this question will become evident if you stand in front 
of the gym almost any morning and watch the poor tortured relics of 
youth begin the long and hard cross-country course. That course, which 
was so well charted by the new coaches and which consists of three 
and a half miles of the steepest and rockiest dirt roads and trails to 
hi- found in this neck of the woods, inspires thoughts like this: 

9:10— TU run a smart race today for sure. Well, here goes. 

9:13— -Golly, this is a steep hill. 

9:16— That fool will never keep up that pace. 

H :30— There's the gym way over there. 

9:45-^Oooh! my feet! 
10:00 — (The gentle thud of a body striking the ground can now 



..,!> hui 



i clad in shorts 



-angiitis 



No one is exempt from this grind and no one escapes its exacting 

of distorted limbs and flattened feet. Some few have thought to 

■1 but were immediately shamed by the rising anger of the coaches 

o take their place in the faltering line of jogging automatons. Such 



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but they work, too, for 

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ind are looking forward to h 
tnd basketball. 

Captain's comment: Elil 
=Yeeman— Trahlytanr "Our 

o Cane Creek, enjoyed by « 
me even though we had we 
tnd cold hands. The spei 

light. We came out on top 
hree wins against no losses 
ouraged by the team spirit i 

Marilyn Edmonds— Hippolytai 



hike was to Cane Creel 
Oh what fun.' Of course we 
nd food along, but that 
riiat we needed for a 



Basketball dtets 
Under Way Here 
On January 11 

Coach C. A. Sheets called t! 
first basketball practice November 
2. Forty-eight candidates r 
ed. After the coach talked 
the schedule and his meth 
coaching, he let the candidates 



kinrl .; 



iugh 



tie squad will b( 
Up to date thei 



and every Monday 
I Friday night. Dur- 
tices the squad will 
, plays and how tc 



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Jan. 26 
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Jan 12 



iraMytans Win 
Speedball Contest 



drill field as the speedball 
ment occupied the after- 
of the co-eds for a little 



Tnihlytans 
ASTRP's, 



'„,!. In 



th.iv 



the 



pla; 



The 



Trahlytans were triumphant ovei 
Ihe Hippolytans 4-0. making them 
selves first in the tournament a; 
they were undefeated. A livelj 
Phi Omicron team lost to the Mer 
cureans 6-0, placing the Mercu< 

Eiich game showed fine Spirit or 

the part of the spectators as wel 
as the participants. Everyone it 
looking forward to more fun ir 
thv hockey tournament which will 



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THE CADET BUGLER 



Chapel Programs 
Inspire Students 



e life of the N. G. C. cade 



»M coed b th 



Purine Religious Emphasis 

.. Claude Singleton of 

Athens conducted two in«piration- 



the coeds, was the t 

the Beam." given by 

To take care of th 

te-ests of the student 




Sigma Theta Frat 
Has New Members 



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1014 

McGhee President 
As The Ree Club 
Is Reorganized 



hi. Q.r 



r with a well-pl 



has | 



.veil ■ 



Six New Teachers 
Added To Faculty 
Of N. Ga. College 



I throughout 



iniFt delighted his audience 
s playing of popular tunes, 
sted by the audience. Appearing 

IDS with Mr. Brandt, presented 



sistant Director. Stale 
: of Corrections, spoke 



ed to be one of the beat addrcssi 
ever given in this auditorium. 

Getting to the realistic, Williai 
Smith, a retired New York lawye 
spoke on "Life is Hard. Can Yuu 



"Alaska." He 



ful throughout th> quarter, 
the beginning of the quarter 
new members wore initiated 

n of the "war-paint" and 



■he officers 
Fraternity 



TYPICAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS IN ACTION 



are: Wancn 
Hill Knight. 
resident; Paul Sitton, Secre- 
and Charles Willmms, Trea- 

members are glad to wel- 



..ff, 



pledgi 



SANFORD HALL PROGRAM 



Mrs J C. Strmena, 






! M. 



,;Uin 



■ holdl ill. 



ft Peabody College for 1. Bch- 

Nashville, Tenn., where she 

a member of the Pi Gamma 

md Kappa Delta Pi. National 

Honorary Frntvr nil .,... Between 

ftin in college, Miss Burton was 

Mr;- J. C. Simon*, who haa pre- 
itiualy taught at N, G C„ joined 
■ English D. 



f/,n 



■lib.- 






Religious Emphasis 
Week Conducted 
By Rev. Singleton 

The annual Religious Emphasis 



oi Geortfia Slide Cilery 

having also completed 

Emory University and 
LaGrange College. Prior to teach- 
■ Mrs, Sirmons was 
principal of Sachet High school. 

C. A, Sheets, physicat educatior 
director, cornea to ui from Bouth 
western Unlveralt] . Georgetown, 
'['. -.i where he bus been 
football coach and head basketball 
coach for the put two ye 
ad hli U A 
al ti,,- i Inlvai in ol i. iv. i, 

.1 i Kenning, 
of phyalcal education, received hit 
degree at State Teachi i College, 
Bllppi rj i: . i . i'„ Eta haa (might 
al 61 v Etook, Pa., Fenn Col- 
lege, Cleveland, Ohio; and Berry 
i Dili !■■ Rome, Georgia. 

Mathematics Department staff, re- 
• li S degree at State 

"Vilb'K.-, Bloumnburg, Pa. 



The secne was laid in Sanford 
Reading Room. Betty Leard, Vir- 
ginia Pledger, and Evelyn Ellis 
were listening to the radio when 
they heard: 

Evelyn - her violin, Laura Fortaon 
Frances Langford — Dorothy King 
Vera Vagu. 
Dt I Q Anne White 



ii..||M , 






Carolyn North 
Margie Phillips 
Mary Nell Taylor 
ateur Hour— 



, Twirler, 



Cynthia Echi 

Flora Nell Whitmire. singing 

"Tip" Oglesby, Impersonations 
American Album of Familiar 

Music Minnie Jean Walters 

Hioi.ii Shore Rmh Si 

Enul Day Bobbye Anderson 

Uodeli "Mlntzie' 

Diary Anne Mar 

tin, Carolyn Wall, "Millie" Wot- 






. Mm 



. HTatei . 



Q gine Cash, R 

wot praise one member 
:i more highly thai 



Tli. [.ledges elected as their offi- 
cers; Willis Dietz, President: Ro- 
bert Crane, vice-President. 

As usual the social calendar of 
the fraternity is filled. During the 
first week of school the fraternity 
gave the first formal dance of the 
quarter. The Generals furnished 
the music for the dance. The gym- 
nasium was very gaily decorated 
with purple and gold, the Sigma 



ident, Sue Meade rs. Secretai 

Caroline Wall, Treasur, 

■n captains elected for tr 

:'ter are: Hippolytans — Mai 

lynn Edmonds, Mercureans — Loui 






the 






The Sigma Theta selected for 
their sponsor in the Cyclops Mrs. 
W. G. Owens, who is the fraternity 
house mother. She has constantly 
entertained the members of the 
fraternity and their dates with 



happy am) .■■■ >-nr ful 



Speedball manager, Myra Pur- 
11, announced the speedball tour- 
iment which will take place Nov- 
ember 3 through November 8. Ann 
f hite, hockey manager, and Ethel 

ve sports later. 

Unforgetable Freshman Day 
nd expensive (to the girls) Co-ed 
Week are the brain storms of the 
:lub. Other socials, hikes, etc. 
be sponsored by individual 



Rex Frat Elects 
Its New Officers 



arted off the quar- 
iety of activities. 

of officers took 
irst meeting of the 




"B" Company Wins 
Summer Quarter 
War Bond Drive 

in the 

■ 



i degree of Rudy Upchurch President 

John Lee 1st Vice-Preside 

Ralph Miller . 2nd Vice-Pr« 
C. A. Morrison Chapia 



ittatlon Of new member! 

November 2, at the weekly 
ting A simple but impressive 
mony was- enacted by the old 
iberi. Initiation of pledgee was 
November 7, and included the 
itionnl trip to Crown Moun- 
Twenty one pledges were 

fficcrs for the pledge club were 
ted at a meeting October 31. 
officen of the Pledge Club 



The R,.y- Fraternity held lb 
quarterly dance on October U, in 
"" college gymnasium. The offi. 



Rndy Upchurch 
'"■' f»n»nded foi th. .plendid 

work he bus done in,- quarter 

■ Up the Re, has 
made much progi 



riained the freshmen during 
-?t week of the quarter wit 
sh party at the Co-ed Cott 






Phi 



irons— Eleanor 
Trahlytans— 



Baptist Sunday 
School Selects 
Its New Officers 

Baptist Sunday School is I 
;very Sunday morinng at 10 I 
o'clock. Dr. H. B. Forester, teach- 
r of the class, presents the lesson 

immun problems and the import- 
nee of religion upon them. 
The class officers are as follows: 

Chandler Lanier President 

Sallie Cook Vice-President 

elle Gillespie Secretary 

n Reed Treasurer 

e Meaders and George Mediui 
:o-chairmen of the enlistment 

Inter-House Games I 
Prove Exciting 



»» i 



ny .iff"-' 
>red or I 



re-ted by the college, very spirit* 
competition has been going oi 
every Saturday and Sunday after 
noon on the drill fields. An fe 

formal league has been found wit! 



pla. 



field. They are: Moore Apai 
menu, Barnes Hall. Boyd Hou* 
Park Street, and Band House 
As of November 12, the outfltan 



one set-baek. Park Street has 
win and two losses, Band Ho 
one win and three defeats, 
Boyd House has lost two gai 



, NOVEMBER 28, 1944 



Packed by a guilty conscien 






i threaten- 
■ut for the 






^llinu I 



...itiing breezes 

no attraction in cold handy and chattering teeth, yet 
tvery afternoon this sloping lawn is a picturesque 
jcene with its variety of two-somes. 

h this condition cause for alarm? It would seem 
[o me that it is quite the contrary. These instances 
ire fine examples of the way in which N.G.C. students 
have adapted themselves to their surroundings. In 
ill seriousness, wouldn't this be a dull place without 
, little romance ? What incentive to make something 
rf himself would a cadet or reservist have if there 
were no co-eds to view his trimuph? Many a lonely 
lieart has found a sympathetic ear to lift his or her 
morale from the dumps. 

Yes, these afternoons spent in exchanging ideas 
and dreams with a fellow student hav. 



e with which N.G.C. studei 
i and families and adjusted thems 
new social and scholastic life. 



FRESHMAN DAY 






■ the 



; of 



lur old NG€ that day of September. Witches £ 
robhns in all their glory stalked abroad unquelled. 
ill living things scurried to their holes and lairs. 
: was Freshman Day! 

Those witches and goblins, upon closer examination, 
■rived to be the very co-eds that we see every dayl 
k at we sit beside in class; or even set up to a "coke" 
the Canteen. A horrible change had come upon 
. : m overnight — they had not only become hideous 
ut also had lost their power of speech. The now 
pallid lips could only emit moans that in no way ex- 
plained their sad plight and only served to mystify 



transformation of the 

iused, it later came ti 
•C Club whose minds 
iendish thoughts and < 



j beasts" 



ih ideas. Freshman 
ig of the Bee Club's 

e of being numerous 



Meritorious Awards 



: today on battlefie 



H'RPLPLE HEART:— Pvt Troy Carroll— wounded 

" *>3nce July 1944. Corp. Wm. F. Carter— wounded 

France August 1944. Lieut. Jonathan C. Rogers, 

—wounded in France August 1944. 

jjgnNGUISHED FLYING CROSS:— Sgt. Isadore 

ritorious action over China-Burma area 

Lieut. Lloyd Horton — meritorious ser- 

ce over Germany— Spring 1944 (also 

md several Oak Leaf Clusters). Lieut. 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Below Are The Boys Who Have Given 
Their Lives In Cause Of Their Country 






ffke determined to write my 

lould find the proper joumalis... „ v 

perfect-a follow reporter banging 
lWiy on the typewriter, another writer diligently re- 
fcrtJng n cross country trip, and tables stacked high 
vith newspapers and copy paper. I began to write 
Then it happened. In absent contemplation I 
00 ked out the window, and there deep in magic con- 
ization, one freshman co-ed and her reservist 
railed away a beautiful afternoon. As my mind 
,-andcred back over the past month, I remembered 
nany times when the north campus around the 
ennis courts was dotted with such couples as this 
ne. happily oblivious to a setting sun and cooling 



Brantley Adams— killed in plane crash, September 10, 194 
Paul Bass— killed in Mariannas, Spring of 1944. 
Paris Bray— killed over England. July 8, 1944. 

Emerson Callaway— killed Pelieu Island, SW Pacific, Sept. : 
W. W. Cornog— killed in France, August 10. 1944 
Perry Crapps— 



-killed in plai 



i in France, August 8 
December 13, 1940. 

^Herman uixon— killed in plane crash, June 13, 1943. 

Charles R_ Dunning— killed in plane crash. January 12, 19J 

Bavid Edge— killed in airplane crash. February 16. 1944. 

Lt. Marion Fa rrar— killed in crash, Chamberlain Field. Oct. 

Charh-s Fit-Ms— killed in plane crash, December 1, 1937. 

Walter Forbes— killed in action, November 21, 1942. 

Charles C. Garrett— kilted over Poland, April 1944 

Walter Garrison-killed in action over New Guinea. Sept. 

Hilly,- C. Godfrey— killed in Italy, March 1, 1944. 

Calhoun Hall— killed in Italy, August 8, 1944 

George P. Hames— killed in action. 

Albert Harris— killed in action 

William P. Kendall— killed in action. 

Fred King— killed in Italy, (September 30, 1944. 

Bill Lipscomb— killed in plane crash, August 28, 1944. 

Lewis Matthews — 

Howard Miller— killed over England. May, 1944. 

Olln H. Palmer— killed in action, January 12, 1944. 

Nat Pendergrass— killed in plane crash. September, 1944 

A. R. Quil Han— killed in France, July, 1944, 

James H. Smith— killed automobile accident, September 

Ruby Smith (Army Nurse)-^ied in Army Hospital. Sep 

Rooks Smith — killed in action, March 1, 1943. 

-Swift W. Smith— killed in plane crash. October 4, 1943 

Roscoe Sta I tworth— killed in plane crash. February 7, i 

Guy 0. Stone — killed in airplane crash. March 12. 1944. 

John Strickland — killed in airplane crash, April 1944. 

Isham O. Teasley— killed in Italy, August 15. 1944. 

Dallas G. T hacker— killed in action. July 10, 1943 

Eugene Tindol— killed in China. May 11 1944 

John Thoma, Whittle- killed in „,■(,.,„ M„r,i. . itu 



*7/te OHcineKUo* 



1944. 



sning Mr. and Mrs. N.GjC and all the Cam 
FLASH! Intoxication and fascination Witt 



: ORATOFOKDIS 1 



■ President lately with his "My 



KELLAM found I 



.unded by a lovely WALL. 



From The President's Pen 



1 we joyfully gathei 



MUDDLING THE HAL 

Today we will take up the manual of arms. Good. 
Thai ought to be easy— all you have to do is shuffle 
the thing around until it lands on one shoulder or the 

Now that he has finished explaining right shoulder 
arms, I'll show him how well I listened. Right 
Shoulder-Hahms! Up you go. Oops-now how did 
he grab it? Whoa! There, now you're up. See! He 'a 
looking straight at me. He saw how well I did it. 
Hmmm— He's still looking at me. As you were! 
(frigidly). What was my command? he asks, look- 
ing directly at me. Right Shoulder Arms, sir, I 
answer. Well? he says, and leaves the implication 
hanging there. Suddenly I remember which side my 
appendicitis scar is on— and it definitely isn't on the 
side with my rifle. Oh, I mumble, wishing for death 
irthquake. After a few suppressed sniggers, 



we proceed. 
Left Shou! 






Now, for a little marching w 
he butt in, he shouts, and the 
rhen he gives a "Column Right! 1 
iround the turns, my stock and 1 



r rifle; 



lie hit something 
alt! screams the sergeant, and I turn 
ho walks behind me, stretched full 
■lied eyes and a look of utter un- 

Mighty cool for fainting. I muse. 

truth dawns. Jack! 



he sergeant approaches and with a "give me 
sngth" look leads me. a broken man, off the field. 
low that I have been practicing for two weeks 
my own half of the drill field, I'm doine fine. 



NO DOUBT YOU'VE NOTICED 

Jo Young's striking combination of deep purple 
velveteen with fuschia accessories. 

Carolyn North's new idea of tucking in her sweater 
adding a belt and topping it off with a plaid shirt! 

That overalls jeans and plaid shirts are fast be- 
coming the only hiking outfit. 

"Pete" Jackson's yellow sweater, skirt and snood 

fr'' 1 , 1 ^?-' 1 ' 5 jitt * rbu * costu me of red taffeta 
with a full black skirt. 

That Barbara Goebel and Mary Williams are our 
with their hair in brown handkerchiefs. 

That the formal dances would be worth attending 
for no 01 her reason than to look at the gorgeous 
gowns— for instances. Caroline Wall's black mar- 
quisette with the low sequined neckline; Becky 
Smelly s red plaid taffeta skirt with a long s-Iecved 
white blouse. Mary Anne Moody's black with a 

The bright colored winter coats and lul'te— Celesta 
FausCs kelly green top coat, Ruth Siak'a and 
ats. Teeny Harber's light green coat 



t with 



?en collar and cuffs. 



SECTION SNAPSHOTS 

SECTION I: "Lost: One woman pictured below; 
please return to John Jones." How about it Johnny' 
N ^TION II: Latest report, from the buttle „t 

ion roughshod over all opposition. Tough 



SKi Tli. \ ni : Johnny Bai 
he old raspberry about that 






W H... lrI 
McCal 



i-'rano 



"2 1944 (also Oak Leaf Clusters.) Captain James 

Sha nn on-.Ustinp.uhed actions over France on 

so 6 Oak Leaf Clusters; Air-Medal of 

gL. nfllliftU E Purdy — meritorious 

lavement over Germany— August 1944. Captain 

""V C. Stal maker— meritorious action over Solo- 

""" and B.smark Archepelogo. 

? T *TlONS:-Fred Joncs , jr.-Medical Corps of U. 

Critically injured in Crash at Kitty 
Dorsey Jones— USMC — reeuper- 



ic .,,,1 homi 

<re lik'htint 



lence. our cheer, our ■ 



subdued and serious, with 

national crisis more fervent. 

too, will be absent from the 
ly- In spirit, the folks over 
here in America, whether the 
on farm. For this old home 

suffering and dying. If for 
i comfortable in America arc 
>d to our best effort in every 
die our city, county and ,tate 



i" their cars, It's because Ted York is learning to 
Mi. w a hcf.ru.-t r , . k Have mercy on us* 
SECTION V UbJi Broad, Bill Blden. and Harvey 



The; 



tried a light 



SECTION VI .Speak, i.g r,( Gain. 
Bne explain why Nat Siuaman and 

I ' [MM VII: Was it worth it. Yate.7 
vill: The boys bare 



: of 1 



It 



•I.V. 



.';— L.e 






Sprine of 1944, Sgt. Maurice Wynn 

IjL ^nnany— Julv 1941. Paul Fulton — France 
D" Dav.| Jones, Ralph— in Pacific 
^* Ap ri ] 29, 19M. 



■ thousands of 
Father- n 



I '- a' late bulletin has just been , 
liable source* all men 
•■ now reporting fur reveille." 

■ 
■■■■ on the alert. Latest development 
txplosion of Dr Q Fleming's Cfaemieal Worka 
further details reed your latest edition of Fai 



Fo. 



Y.W.CA.ToHelp 
Needy At Xmas 

Tfce Y. W. C A. has * 100"* 
wiemiwrship for this quarter. Ev- 
ery giri in Sanford Hall is a mem- 
ber. Ethel MinU. tie president. 
is to be commended (or this fine 

I. has made plans 

in Dahlonegs very happy. 

They plan to buy gifts for them 
this Christmas instead of spend- 
ing K on themselves. 

The Y. W. C. A. meets every 
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at 



fcml i 



Sanford Hall 

the faculty adviser. 

"Hie officers for this year in 

elude: 

Ethel Minti— President 

Mary Anne Martin— Vice- Presi 

Virginia Pledger — 2nd. Vice 
President. 

Martha Sue Burch— Seer e tar; 

The "Y" Council which ha 



chu 



E .".f i 



ion McGhci 
Anne White, Ruth Siak, Eleano 
Kensington. Minnie Jean Walter 



BOXING HO! 



Bloody n 



;nck ■ 






of March. Ye?, the Boxing Tou 

Fists will fly and bodies wi 
thud against the mats, nnd the i 
firmary will do a thriving bu< 
ness as the Tournament comes in 



would begin as soon after 
Thanksgiving holidays as pc* 
The bouts will be governed by the 
Golden Gloves boxing rules 



A.S.T.RJ\ Chorus 
Is Great Success 

The Army Reservist Chorus un- 
der the direction of Mr. C. J. Dis- 

audience of five hundred. Accom- 
panist for the Chorus was Dr. Bert 
H. Flanders. 

guest soloist John Pass. 



rated i 



vo.ii. 



vith his 



ight of the Bumblebee, 
John played for a second 
'St- Louis Bluee." 



Spence Raulerson, accompanied 
by Miss Minnie Jean Walters, 
gave a beautiful rendition of 



C. sang "Beautiful Dreamer," am 
as an encore he gave "My Buddy.' 
Chora! numbers rendered by thi 
group were: "Winter Song," La 
Cucaracha," "If He " i -" h; 
•The Old Atk'a A-Moverin," "Lie 
bestraum," "On the Roud to Man 
dalay," "01" Man River," "Stout 
Heattad Men." and as a final* 
Alma MBter, "Proudly We Hail 

Mm. " 

The chorus roster is: 

First Tenors — George Graham 
Raji MeEven, Bpenoa Raukrson; 
Ellle Hall, W. H 
Lockard, Roger Polhomus, Bor 
Richardson. S. E. Richbourg. S 
N. Schwartz; Baritones— Hown re 
Blanchard Joe Casey, Lee Cobb 
John Joness; Basses— Evann Flem 
ing. Thomas Bortoa 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Dr. Young Speaks 
To Student Body 



of North Georgia College. He had 
as his subject, "A Scotchman's 
Appreciation of American Democ- 



the first World War. He describe 
the incidents which occurred whil 
he was inducted, also Wiling hoi 
little he knew of army life! 

At the end of the World Wa 
Dr. Young found himself an alt. 
gether different person with a d« 

there would be no restrictions o 
a person really getting ahead. 

Provided with a free ticket and 
iin undytng will. Dr. Young si 
out for the United States. Thei 
he got a job, keeping in mind tl 
fact that his destination wi 

From Detroit he went to Florida 
and from there Dr. Young so; 



After hearing t,hi*. W8 have i 
better appreciation of democracy' 
one more tike that or Scottj 
Young who found nil Utopia il 

our state and its Georgia peaches 

the fatt that he doesn't have 
follow the rainbow far to find his 
own pot of gold. 



Wesley Foundation 
Puts Out Monthly 
Students' Bulletin 



jp of college boys and girls who 
»ttend the Methodist church, 
rhey have a small monthly news- 
paper which is placed in the mail 

Five members from the Wesley 

Foundation attended the Metho- 
iist Student Conference at Emory 
Uriversity October 27, 88, 29. 

monds. Minnie Jean Walters. Mari- 
an McGhee, Tommy Horton and 
Bill Towson. 

The Foundation sponsored a 
hayride to Amicolola Falls Sunday 
afternoon November 12. Those go- 
ing thoroughly enjoyed it. 

The officers of the Wesley 
Foundation are as follows: 

Marion McGhee President 

Marshall Pitta - Vice-President 
Vivian Ferguson ..... Secretary 



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1^ 

Officers' Club 
Dance Is Success 

On Saturday evening, November 
4, the Officers Club presented th e 
N. G. C. Officers Club Dance 
which was one of the outstanding 

gym was beautifully decorated in 
the tradition of all Officers' Club 
dances. The Generals provided the 

The dance was formal with the 

The chaperons were Major and 
Mrs. P. M. Hutcherson, Mis s 
Delia Lee McCann, Lieutenant 
K. P. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs, 

During the first part of the 
quarter, the following officers 

President Clyde Elrod 

Vice-President Harold Dill 

Secretary Warren Battle 

Treasurer ....... Bill Knight 

Plans are now being made for 
a banquet to be held sometime 



North Ga. College Band Gives Concert 



TuriC 



The 



(,' 1 as evidenced by the applause 

from the enthusiastic audience. 
Thi' program was as follows: 

Columbian March King 

Royal Emblem Overture King 

King Cotton — March Sousa 

Fond Heart*—. Serenade King 

The Thunderer — March — Sousa 
National Anthem— March .. Bagley 
The SaLrs and Stripes Fovere— 

March Sousa 

The members of the 'band are as 
follows: 

Cornets— Fred Bloodworth. Billy 
Cooke, Tip Gamble, Aaron Gold- 
man. Ambrose Hart, James Home, 



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Altos — Rabb Leonard and John 

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Schwartz. 

ritones— E. K. Rowell and 
Jean Turner. 

Basses— John Jones, Roy Owen, 

id Wadie Roundtree. 

Golskenspiegel— Austus Moseley. 

Piccolo — Robert Norris. 

Clarinets— William Aycock. Ran- 

ill Bagwell, Watts Biggers, 

mold Cantor. William Coleman, 
Emmett Dennington, Harry Gar- 
wood, Ellis Hall. Henry G. Jar- 
rard. Richard Lee, Charles Luria, 
Roy McCard, Thomas Pritchett, 
H. W. Stewart and Ted York. 
Saxophones — Joe Casey. Arthur 
Cobb. Harry Pratt, William Stover, 
and Harold Sanders. 

Cymbals— Ralph Sanson. 

Drums — Richard Cohen, Jot 
Jolly, William Nichols. Ben Over- 



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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1944 

Ladd Leads Science 
Club At N. G. C. 

One of the most active organiza- 
tions on this campus is the Science 
Club. This club meets in B-6 at 
sevon o'clock on the first and third 
Thursdays of each month, 

Dr. Forrester has served as faculty 

The officers of the club are: 
Pies.— Bryan Redd 
Vice-Pres.— Fred Bloodworth 
SoC.-Trcas.— Anne White 
Parlimentarian— Alva Mashburn 
Program Chairman— Henry 

Grady Jarrard 

The Science Club was orgai 
in the fall of 1939 with the pur 
,,f aiding the pre-professional 
dents. This club, one of the few 
purely educational org 
on the N. G. C. campi 



THE CADET BUGLER 



New Reservist 
Group Will Enter 
N. G. C. Dec. 10th 

Latest word from the military 
department is that a large number 
of the present A. S. T. R. P. per- 
sonnel is leaving on December 2. 
Major P. M. Hucherson said that 
approximately fifty per cent of 
the reservists will finish their 
t North Georgia College 



ixt month. 






to the ditto. 



fields of 



One of the quarters most 

ber 16 by Mr. Anthony, who spoke 
on "Morbid Heredity.** The men 
bers also have an opportunity i 
express themselves. During tl 
quarter, many visiting speakei 
are introduced. 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 



Mon. and Tues., Nov. 27 

"FIGHTING SEABEES" 

John Wayne 



Wednesday 

"CALLING DR. DEATH" 

Lon Chaney 



Thursday and Friday 
"ADDRESS UNKNOWN' 

Paul Lukas 



"RATIONING" 

Wallace Berry and 
Majorie Main 

COMING SOON 

"RIDING HIGH" 

"STARS ON PARADE" 

"BROADWAY RYTHlVf ' 

"SEE HERE 
PRIVATE HARGROVE" 

"WATCH ON THE 
RHINE" 






i that do 



rom De. 



cember 2 until Dec 

When this group of reservists 
leave, they will take with them a 
memory of this college. Whether 
good or bad the fact remains that 
they can never forget their days 
at North Georgia College. Behind 
them they leave friends among the 
cadets and coeds, who enjoyed the 
carefree group of boys that did 




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WANTED— For our 


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YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



Many New Books 
Are Now In Library 



an interesting books this quarter. 
These have been placed on a spe- 
cial shelf in the middle of the li- 
brary, 

Sumner Welles* new book, The 
Time for Decision, should be of in- 
terest to all interested in interna- 
tional affairs. This book has 
topped the best-seller lists for 
weeks and has been widely dia- 
l-overs of blood and thunder will 
go for Invasion Diary by Richard 
Thegaskis. The author of Guadal- 
canal Diary landed with the first 



recommend Everybody's Favorite 
Gilbert and Sullivan Album. The 

grand old men of English music 



Graduation Class 
To Have Exercises 
On December 14 

Through a speed-up program, 

the regular graduation class which 
usually graduates in May will have 

the night of December 14, 1944, at 
8 o'clock in the college auditorium. 
The guest speaker, who has not 
selected, will be announced 
later. 

>se who are candidates to re- 
the Junior College diploma 
William Alexander. Warren 
it Fred Bloodworth. Richard 
Cohen, William Coleman, Marilyn 
Edmonds, Clyde Elrod, Elizabeth 
Freeman, Eugene Garrard, George 
Glover, Piccola Jackson, William 
Knight, John Lee, Marion McGhee. 
Morrison, Joel Newman, Ben 
treet. Helen Potter, Bryan 



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> the show than it is to go alone. 

Ton know, I think N.G.C is one of the swellcst 
schools I have ever heard of. We go through numer- 
ous hardships together, but deep down in our hearts. 

now, moat of us will look bade and say, "THOSE 
WERE THE DAYS!" 

BUGLE TO BUGLE 

B; MARTIN PALMER 

What is that ungodly noise tearing you from sleep 
around midnight? Oh that! That's merely a bugle, 
A bucle? Thanks (snore). Yes, a bugle. Get op I 
Are you crazy? Mumble, mumble. Like an auto- 
., dress yourself and stumble out into 
the cold, black night with the others. Not until you 
have fallen down the steps leading to the drill field 
do you wake up enough to wonder what's up. Being 
too sleepy to find out. yni unresistingly follow the 
lead and eventually wind up In your Si 

period of doung follows in which you roll lei 

pulling your hand up in a salute. Then you sec 
everyone running and falling up the bank, YOU 
wonder why— until you think of breakfast. Then you 



Fh i 






washrag, toothbr 




fa lometimea Ihl'I y. 


m) 


and toothpaste I 












ent). After washing 




manage to slide j 


to the di 


ing hall at 16 minutes 


nnd 


59 seconds after 




Mi w. iton I nil i 












After breakfast 




[renaled period of n 






, in whi 






leave small piec 


■s uf lint 


in your locker, und n 






boy for 


Sergeant Bourdon d 




that one free period. 






Mow classes. 




why 1 flunked physic 




geography this week? I 


paid attention and Iklened 


all the tune— except that I owed Sugarpie a 




and I just didn' 


have an 










says a little devil i 




It doesn't matte 


about hi 


I ■ 


uU ']l 



THE CADET BUGLER 



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, l$n 



OBSERVING N.G.C. 

R> BaL ALEXANDER 

When I first came to this college in June. 1943. I 
was really disappointed! I don't remember what it was 
that disappointed me, but when my folks left that 
s ready to go back with them. 



My Personal Column 



By ROBERT HILTON- 



bad made new acquaintances. We had lots of fun 
introducing ourselves to each other and looking the» 
town over. Everything went steady until that night 
when the sophomores came plunging into our rooms, 
making you hit a "hut" for them, shine their shoes, 
ran errands and other "mild" forms of hazing. This 
went on for three quarters, and 111 admit that those 
three quarters were the best nine months of my life. 



—well— It just can't be done. 

Besides having a good school and good teachers, 
we have a swell group of students. Some of the 
best friends we have ever had are the fellows we 
lire with and associate with everyday. Due to the 
Cadet Corps, the cadets are very close together, be- 
cause we associate with each other all during the 
day, and until we go to sleep at night- 

And then, there are the Co-eds, who add to the 
morale of the Cadets and Reservists. Without them, 
what would we do? If the school was not co-edu- 
cational, it would be awfully dull. I think < 



One night in October, 



racks, houses, etc., and headed towards the fire 
mill. When we reached the highway leading t 
discovered that the fire was over. The blaze 



sophomores told us of their 

ir at the sawmill. After list' 
cided that we hadn't missed 





s an unforgetable experience) Even though 




he- Bugta is a lot of work, it is one of the best 




o learn how to work with people. If everyone 




tion on the paper, then maybe they would ap- 




rk there is to a paper and what valuable ex- 




L Here, teamwork is essentia!. If you can't 


get along with your f' 


low staff members, then you still have a lot to 


If you'll take Maj 


or Hutcherson's word (or it. the parades this 








ual of arms and the rifle is beginning to be- 


come a fixed part of t 


drill even though it may be draped 


over him. Of course, 


the first day we had them and took up the 


manual of arms, it ws 


- very difficult. When you are learning, it 


is hard to tell the differ 


ence between "Port Arms" and "Present Arms." 


But before long, you c 


atch on and you like the feel of that gun even 


if you enn't shoot you 


r squad sergeant with it. 



<7/te OHcittehGtob 



ANN SANDERS and JOE moke 
With the heart-breaking BATTL 
BOBB1 



I > dance well together. Wonder how 



rlividi'd between N.G.C. 



\III,I !!■. !■. i In- foreign mtuutiim well ii 



r does it have her. 



TENNY BUH-CH keeps 1 
JO YOUNG 



FOR THE FUTURE 

problem after p 



-■ ir drtgl On, it adds pro 
iujt- < ii v. [nit- ivi mu : meet when 
If we do nothing now and live with t 
is there, the whole group di proble 

tiring nnothi r d< }>■< .-ion An. I vel 

ihould burdon ourselves with such a 

the solution lies in each individual giving thought 

concerns himeel. En our generation, which 

youth to adulthood while the war is at its height, a problem confronts 

us which must be solved before peace becomes a reality. 

The main part at our llvoi him been spent In an atmosphere of 



■oblem to the already 
he war finds an end. Doubtless, 
le Idea of waiting till the bridge 
ns will como tumbling down to 
it cannot be right that we all 
i overwhelming bundle. Perhaps 
that which mostly 



The ; 






have been shaping the pli 

did the modeling — once the pattern cutting 

thm was necessary. 



.■hull fo]|..w. Onco 
'■vii - Implo, r..:-.. 

Mr from the same, We cannot live a normal lift 
when death looms like a madmun throughout the world. 



be all right. Yes. You'll be all right. All right. 3C 
side straddle bop* in cadence. Begin! One, two, 
three .... thirty-six, thirty-seven, tbir— ! (You were 
wondering why it was so quiet on thirty-six). O.K. 
—16 more until you learn to count! If looks could 
kill, brother, you'd feel the heat! After a time of 
this you start out on your cross country run. Ah, 
what scenery— but you can't see it! Finally you 
stop after you run into the gym porch. You have 
run the three and one-half mile. 

The rest of the afternoon passes in one big ache, 
When math ii Wily over und night has fallen, you 
finish supper and prepare to go to study hall, which 
should be called correspondence comer. Study in 
study hall? Ha, ha. What ever gave you that ideal 
Finally another bugle awakens you from that dole 
you slipped into while reading that good book 
Brother, you have energy to spare as you fly straight 
as an arrow to that beautiful bed. Taps finds you 



have left 

" '■" ■■"" I wupled, and they wonder why such a life prove* 

lived nothing more. The thoughts 



rly boring when 

fathers had of the life they would bnlld m tha*-M 
will destroy 



from, Why 1 
single blow? We think only o( the ] 
an from euch day. for we i 



is done all the 



Living, and 
fortell what may have 
bo possible for this 

they had 



By GEORGE GRAHAM 

Have you ever seen a Jap? Charles Sparks f 
ie A.S.T.R.P- lived and played with JapB i 

"Sparks" fulfilled the f 



seas, and a sister are all in the Air Corps. A yo 
brother, aged sixteen, joined the Merchant Mi 
a few months ago and became the self-appoint^ , 
black sheep of the family. 

At the age of five, "Sparks" left New York t 
way to the Philippines. The boat passed throug 
Panama Canal and touched many places in the 
today, such as Guam, Wake, Midway, and the Chine | 

"Sparks" found life on the island of Luzon to t 
very agreeable, except for the mosquitoes, and pla t 
to return there after the war is over. The clirnai 
is mild and healthy all the year around, with a rain 

He has collected many interesting souvenirs an 
tokens during his stay in the islands, such as picture 
of the Moro head-hunters and relies of Filipbj 

According to "Sparks," the Filipinos realized then j 
that the Japs were coming. They avoided the J 

ALUMNI IN THE SERVICT 



Incomplete fig 



, G.'.T: 



lege graduates are in the Armed Forces. 

Men and Women in some branch of the 
forces— 1977. 



It is believed that the total now in the service t 
our country is close to three thousand. When « 
settle down to a more normal stride, the Registrar 
office intends to make a complete and thorough sui 

large numbers of former NGC students are eithi 
commissioned or non-commissioned officers. Thi 
clearly proves the value of the ROTC training give 
here. Many NGC boys now in the armed forces hsv 
come back here and all have told of the value < 
their ROTC training. 

The names of the boys who have been killed . 
action, decorated, or listed as missing are given elsf 
where in the Bugler. These are not complete list 






I only , 



;;:.,d : 



WHIMS FROM THE BALLOT BOX 



ting of the 



and hui 



s Wb( 



brought to light. A typical example of ...... 

following: Most polite Co-ed— "Damned if I know* 
Is this an attitude of a disreputable cadet, or w« 
someone trying to be obnoxious? (Co-eds, pie** 
don't be offended.) 

Nominated for Most Military Freshman were- 
Jiggs Rountree, Fred Bloodworth, Bill j 
Pill Knight. Lt. Cot. Elrod polled on 
Most Outstanding Captain, and Lt. Bob Crane rf 
ceived a vote as the Most Outstanding Sergeant 

Major Hutcherson was the choice of several *> 
Mr. N.G.C. Lt. Taylor must have many frien* 
among the cadets because he received more than on' 
vote for the Outstanding Officer. 

Perhaps the most flagrant misrepresentation «* 
the facts came when Bobby 



: have been 



t dignified co-*i 
en aft« 



Will ih,y find hitppinet 



■ »*• befo» have when already they walked the ro»d» 
■ s for many 



. think of how little 
time, face the problem of finding ] 



The Cadet Bugler 

CO-EDITORS Robert Htlton 

George Graham, 
BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde Elrd 

NEWS EDITOR pi tfifl* 

FEATURE EDITOR jVfj A/i ««9 

SPORTS EDITOR .SZZZ'Urry CatiUbtt* 
CLUB EDITOR Betty Lead 

NEWS STAFF— engine Cash Lehman Kefa 

Davtd Wynne. Chandler Lanier. ?*> 
rramck Anne White. Teeny Harb#- 

Ralph Milter. Anne Woosley: Mf 

Henderson. Dons King. Cliff CoUi«- 

Wrtham Hopkins 

FEATURE STAFF Shirley ZW* 

Mnrtin Palm" 
SPORTS STAFF _ Jama Jo " m on. h*» 

FACULTY ADVISER?" "- Tut^ 
H. H ffiW 

/ 



V #• Cadet Buaki 

_ Th e Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



\J 



85 Students 

To Receive Honor 

Bars For Quarter 



Honnr 



Horn 



■ f.-,n,.- 



tudents for the 
outstanding academic work du 
jng the fall quarter: 

Gold Bar (five quarters)— Me 
vb Kendall, Anne R. White, Jj 
son Edwards, Robert C. Watsi 

Blue-White-Blue Bar (1 



Ethel Mints, Ma- 
nia Pledger. Carolyn 
Mildred Watson, Watts B: 



Forre 



Dallas 
Howard Sperry, William C. Stov- 
Willis. Billy Buck 

Red Honor Bar (one quarter)- 
Sella Jeanette Autrey, Mtldr 
Louise Bailey, Nina Fl< 

. Alice Evelyn 
Elhridge, Celeste Reed Paust, 
\nne Martin, Martha Sue 
i, Ellen Ruby Miller, Caro- 
ls Elizabeth North, Dorothy 
Phyllis Renfroe, Kathryn V. Sea- 
sons, Jean Campbell Smith, Eve- 
lyn Spain, Sammie Margaret 
Summers, Dorothy Lorene Waters, 
Janie E. West, Shirley Ziegler. 
George Gordon Clark. Lamar 
Gene Coleman. Charles Emory 
Cowart, Rudy Davis, Ernest M. 
Eb^rhardt, Redmond V. Forrester, 
Jr., Murray Hendricks Gaskins, 
Heaton. Edwin 




Edison and Lanier On Staff 
As Promotions are Announced 



R.O.T.C. as v 
RP. students. 
complete list of 



Chapel Programs 
Are Interesting 
For This Quarter 









Allun Cli 
; Owen 

Frank Ha 



e first two assemblies of 
er. Dr. J. C. Rogers spoke 

C. Sirmons addressed the 
tudents. basing his 
ent Scriptures. 
esday, January IS, 



Ra | . 



f,U--r 



Jessi 



Andre 



L, Mixon, Davis Moore, 
wdy Nichols, John Bon- 
, Henry Douglas Puck- 



A Portion of the beautiful North Georgia College 
campus in summertime. Price Memorial Build- 



Company B' Wins Infantile 
Paralysis Drive At N. G. C. 



Lt. Taylor, officer in charg. 
the drive for contributions to 

Infantile Paralysis Fund, annoi 
ed Saturday, January 20, t 
Company "B" was judged the v 
ner on a percentage basis. G 



<'■■],.,- 



.Mki, 



Fran! 



Wilt, David Walton Wynne. 

T. R. P. students an 
by the following: 
r (two quarters) — Al- 
Wallace. 



Red | 



!r>-Jai 



Blufiworth, Larry J. Cau: 
"""T E. Damon, George C. Gra- 
J"" 1 ; Jr., Charles Luria. James 
j Me Connell, Cecil R. McEwen 

£ith 0hn R- Moore ' Leonarti R ' 

aSLZ" "P e «a»y P^ud of the 



.ches i 



.hiVAl: 



Of Science Club 

The Science Club held its 

eighteenth, and elected its o 
for the present quarter. 

Sam Freeman was elected 
dent; Jean Smith, vice-prc; 
and Ann White took the p. 



ated 






rases of infantile paralysis. 

imately half of the money 
ere in Lumpkin County 
re in the county The rest 
oney is turned over to the 
Infantile Paralysis Foun- 



Mrnes" is 1 



Franklin D. 
wonderful 






He clearly s 



1 the \ 



nerica.." E 
1 though the 

On Thurs 
*, Rabbi Eu 

f Montgom 

Democracy.' 
rork of Jew- 



i the 



On Tuesday, January 23, Will 
D. Young, registrar, addressed the 

On Monday, January 29, Dr. 
Emit Lengyel spoke to the student 
body. Dr, Lengyel is nationatlv 
known, being the author of a num- 
ber of books, among them "The 
Balkan Enigma," "Siberia," and 
"Turkey ." Re is a well known con- 
tributor to "The Nation" ''Cur- 
rent History," and "The New York 
Magnzim 






H:n,.!d Dill, Major, Bn. Executive 
and S-l. Max Sweat; Capt., S-2, 
A. F. Eidson; Capt.. S-4, Chandler 

Band — Capt. Lylc; 1st Lt., 
Nichols; 2nd Lis. Mosley and Wat- 
son; 1st St.. Jarrard: Staff Sgta., 
Sanson, Norris, and Biggers. 
Company "A"— Capt. Brightwell; 
1st Lt., Pittman; 2nd Lts. Dietx 
and Schine; 1st Sgt.. Brown; Staff 
Sgts., Johnson, Meredith, and 
Perry; Sgts., Howell, Bannister, 
Vann. Daniel, Fiquetto. Westbrook, 

Crow, Han-is. Bolton, Castleberry. 
Langford. 



Co. 



Lt., 



Miller; 2nd Lts., McLanahan and 
Edwards; 1st Sgt.. Jackson; Staff 
■Sets.. Coleman, Hopkins, and Free- 
man; 5gta., Tumtin, Wood, Bur- 
dette, Prescott. Dowis Johnson, 
Clark, Tisdale, Palmer, Minix, May. 
MoOrd, Curl, Puyoe, Burgess. 

Company "C" — Capt., Ruckel, 
1st Lt.. Bradford; 2nd Lts., AI- 
ford and Harrison; 1st Sgt.. Ten- 
ent. Staff Sgta., King, Fillers, and 
Newberry; Sgts., Beats, Ebersole, 
McCullough, Tucker, Dick, Hast- 
ing. Elliott. Morris, Ryle, Chand- 
ler, Waters, Davis, Menefee, 
Cooper. 

ompany "D"— Capt, Wallace! 

Lt., Tankersley; 2nd Lts., Ver- 

and Mankin; 1st Sgt., Newton; 

Staff Sgts., Casaidy, Turner, and 

McEwen; Sgts., Poole. Yates, Mc- 

Titylor, Billingsley, Pope, 

dge, Richardson, Parker, Hol- 

r, Pitts. Thomas, Livingood. 

Messina. Lightfoot 



Mir,.-. 



T'ni 



yel served as 
Austrian-Hung 
captured, and a 

ite and gnv 
ial for his 



at the Roy 



first book, "Cattle 
February 6, Dr, 



Free Week End 
February 9 



interesting and i 
1 throughout the 



Its pi 
I delved 



student body. Let us I propulsion, in 

' by getting our names ' planes, and m 
I Dean's List published present-day sc 
ler. You will find that 1 The Science 
«ion of knowing you ings every fir 
1 more than a passing day night of . 



Social Calendar 
Is Announced 

Below is printed the social 



-Panhellenic formal 



\-bruary 17— Basketball game. 

Rex informal dance afterwards 



Glee Club Concert Feb. 23; 
Fine Program Is Planned 



of North Geori 



the Qlec CInb end 

i of those who have 
The members are: 
Miller. Mary 



Lurene Tate. Virginia Bishop. 
Lenora Tate. Kathleen Frazer, 
Ann Senders. Cynthia Echols, 
Mary Ann Moody. Flora Nelle 
Whitmire. Dorll Fackler, UtrJoHl 
Gibbs, Mattie Reams, Evdyne Ellis, 
Kathryn SeiBonu, Betty Mcrti, 
Phyllis Renfros 



Mai 



Don. Kin, 



Ann Woolaey, Mary Henderson, 
Joy Maynard. Carolyne Huff, Joan 
Crowe, and Evelyn Spain. 

Altos: Adonii Gamble, Shirley 
ZeJgler, Ruth Bitk, and Mildred 



Fire 



ard. 



ond Tenor.: Joe Brown, 
I Holmes. Bonntll Pearce. 
John C, Maddox. James Johnson. 
im Hopkine, David Wynne 



THE CADET BUGLER 



JUST AMBLIN' 

ing among the freshmen is: "When does the weathei 
Thai's just about the truth Wo. In 

i and a half up here I have yet to see 
thr*e days in a row with the same weather. Its 
warm and dry one day, and cold and wet the next 

I it being monotonous but please, not 
habitual. 



Mv Personal Column 



ROBERT HTLTON- 



Tbe rate sheet 
pened. One day 



just plain everyday privates, the 

doggo ned xebras; sheep in wolves 

i- :hv way I just discovered that sheep 



couplet, the more 
or thougM maybe 



like crossed rifles, ROTC's, NGC*s, 
lieutenant'; and captain's discs and other miscel- 
laneous matter, have changed from military uni- 
ises and coat suiU. The chicks from 

the "Barn" have just moved in and taken over all 

and well that if they ask a boy for h i 



After strugglin 



the fire. Hardly had the "Cade 
iugler" gone to pr 

In (href days. Thi: 



this quarter i 
"Bugler" is : 
We have h 
effect thai thi 
Education r 
have to run t] 
Crown Uoun 



iris in the Physical 



the 



mdy < 



of bad I 



a\ It 









h.,w 






rood 



:riminala? Yea, 
I am referring to our gentle game, murder boll. 
After just one afternoon of murder ball, a Id m.' , 
they could all be shipped safely back to Japan and 
Germany— provided we could find enough remnants 

■'ii V iVnulli l.r '.|li|>imJ in 

Murder ball— what fun! (What Bore those white 

things you just spit out? peanuts? No, teeth.) 

grab the bull and run; 

-■ i:. f'lik'i"*.-. ami stomping unyono 

and everyone who happens to conn ' 

you're lucky, you will go aa far at II 

■ . ; 

have a strawberry flavor, either. Moal of us have 
come to know a lot ■ day we pick 

it out of our faces days at a time. The game is 
almost over; those beautiful slurs rovolv< 
faster; that dinner you uto becomes more distinct; 
your breath comes from Lord-knows-where — you 
B Pfl would surely 



INCINERATOR 

Wc open with memories for those who w.-,e here— 

TONDBE, CALMS, PRICE snd no* JAI KSON Its a woman's 

change her mind— Eh, TEBNY! 
"No more SITTON around for me," says MARY ANNE, and 

M:\WI' I ■■ ,■!. ■! ■,,.,„■ MmmI;K. ,r,| MOORE, and MOORE." 

PXiBDGER tings "Is you is or is you ain't my Baby'"' Is the 

ning.-ff VANN? 

- briefly with "There's been a break in 



for. 



MILLIE answei 
ign affairs." 
URENE TATE lee 

lechea. 

When LEE preseril 
have i" it. around 



■utrt- . 






You 



THE TORRID ZONE 



■I'l i:i'V-: i,j|,ty 

hc rather Imagine it* WINNIE. 

Mr. iv ., u ■ bi I. iir i compo II- keeps going NORTH 
The "Big" teai 

■i- KNUHITS l.,ivr gone away, doca AUS have a 
■hi, nee, BETTY! 

Th.' powerful team of the quarter -Strength) 
■ DONIS G it/lBlSE. 

f has a i i hand Ul W3ES1 

intriea that makes 
I'YNTHIA keep BDGAR away from SPAIN. 

i'l '•■ POOLE, BOBBYE. 
i PBJ "'i [■':■■ childiahm ■ thai keeps him n ading "ALICE 

Two long quarters gone by now 
Botwe. n the two, nol a single row. 
■ ■ I.AN1ER must hi- nn,'h-. 



' ROIE and "B B." BRIGHT-WELL and SMELLEY, 



BARNSTORMING 



lied Hades. Physics and Humanities student* 


m.i.'. Williams boating 


,Ul B ■" IS Wl Of every 24 hours a 


Satan fell from Heaven to Hell 


The fragrant aroma of 


offee and fudge outside Room 10 belt 


Time occupied by fall— 9 days (see Milton) 


Peggy Tyeon locking h 
bring thai mind of yours bs 

The moal .. 
call. 


r trunk key, inside her trunk. Better 




K from Great 1,; 


(a) Weight of Satan— 200 pounds. 


Gaylei st fi o'clock mail 


(b| Acceleration of gravity ecting through foil 


Mtdnltc ■ B 




(c) Air resistance — negligible. 


Bug notebooks. 

Roll your own with Run 


four o'clock scholars slaving over Human 
""■' Maple Why n,.t try pip,, peart! 


et per second. 


liniment, Mr. I 


Kinetic energy of Satan at end of fall— 1£«7.. 
10,867,200,000 foot lbs. 


Ruth Si.sk, one more li 
letters to Topo. 


nely hear, thi. quarter, struggling" over 


Assume this energy turned into heat without lose, 


The moat beautiful sou 
yuur number. 


<d in the world: the telephone ringing 


B. T. U. equalling 778 foot-lbs,, then heat equivalent 
f Satan's fall— £502,6Si££2£LJ B. T U 


Ml the lower hall. 


LSOned in the cellar washroom as dates 


Perhaps this will explain why Hell is hot! 


Fwo riendish jouls <m. 
■ th< morning 


1 ambli with toothpaste at 



:an only offer 
»athies. You 

t the road of 



as evidenced by the 
ne of them get lost 
iround. Also, an epi- 





?ary days have taken their 




ust two months ago the sc 


rom the Busier off 


ce was a tempting tableau 






ver the rolling gree 


lawn on the northeast camp 




, the ash gray trees stand gy 


ver deserted benches 


and empty lawns. Dull, col 



eek. What 

,bout. Shades of the 
night turn them into 
" Heaven forbidl 
lowing that our basketball 

! favorably. After getting 
slow start, the boys start- 
ling together and really 

s that Coach Sheets has 



^t-bitten remnants. More often than not, a dism 
et of rain transforms this section of the camp; 

olate lawns and walks. Aforementioned coupl, 
g e a valiant but losing battle to "General Jfui 
| then retreat to more cheerful trysting mace* 
lie they happier now in a dark crowded booth 



. shaded lawn 



t wille 



And to Farewell 



basketball players 

into a smooth working outfit. The 
addition of Reservists to the home 
squad has greatly strengthened 
the beam Although the Cadets 
Ic progress and have 



It i 



.nly wh, 






>ral s 



merit of the Cycle II, 

I on January 26. As one of this grou 
I will speak for all. We came here knowing no on 
suspicious and clanny. We leave with many fries, 
behind us, hopes, (fulfilled as well as shatters 

all our names will be washed from the walls i 
Smith's, the girl we left will find something else 
do in her free time. And when the next rain wasb 
our last futile foot print from the drill field, evei 
trace of our having been here will vanish. That i 
ti ace; but each of us retains a fond boj 
that Will not perish us easily in the minds and hear 
of those we knew here. 
Naturally, 



! Ion. 



. We I 
■ task h 



Mill ' 






r at,::: 



i easy victim for DURHAM'S hypnotic 
WARD r., TYSON, MASHBURN must 
e RED could be called colorblindness but 



the university from which they ci 



r pathway of fate v 



-half to three lizes. 

It was really astounding to see the change wrougi 

I'V the addition of mere little striped pieces of clot 

■'■ mum! fragments uf shiny metal to a field jock* 1 

Everjj solitary cadet in Owens House was on it 

and it is rumored that Mrs. Owen to 

had to reinforce the foundation to keep the has* 

1 om gently rising into the air and floating away 

proud ol those three buttons be *» 

I !'•■ wnally saluted him three taw 

in Smith's with a hamburger and a pair of sergeant' 

■ ripes five minute^ after the first copy left ^ 

Majors hands ami my ears a e still ringing f rWI 

"Rast" of new Lieutenant Diets. Jerry SfhiK 



THE CADET BUGLER 

I OH OR IN CHIEF Robert H<»" 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Luther Via" 

SPORTS EDITOR Larry Cooh*"". 

CLUB EDITOR y Betty /.«'' 

NEWS STAHS_G^;i"c3rZrtiM« "".* 

David Wunne. Chandler L""" 

Paul Trawick. Teeny Hart" 

Anne Woolteu. Man Henderf 

' lift Collier. Juaniia M'"" 

- Hopkim. Buddy Om" 

Cecil Lwinqood. Kathleen fee." 

and Mara Anne Martin 

■I Ml -Shirley Ziegltr, »'" : 

»n-r e-r-^J*'''"" °" d Hillman Taylor. - 

"R I s l AFF Rillu Co<* 

SPORTS SI AH 7arnnJoht*». 

CIRCULATION \!GR Jean S"» ,! 

FACULTY ADVISERS K M Engl"- 

H H &"""' 



TUESDAY, JANUARY . 



THE TIP OFF 



Although the weather doesi 

In addition to calisthenics the bi 

gnme to play and watch. Go d 
nnd you will see thut the name 
BOXING . . . 

about March 1. After several i 
shape foi the tournament. Coac 
[wo weeks foi the bouts to be w 



good workouts in the gym. 
>ss country, play basketball 



g the boys will be if 
it it should take abou 
jurnament will be foi 
Company "A" anc 



freshmen only and will be 
Company "B." 
FOOTBALL .... 

A very exciting football game was played Sunday, January 
on the drill field. The Cadets were playing the Reservists and wl 
, game it turned out to be! The Reservists won 24-12 in, perhaps 
bM t of the series of informal touch football games played last i 
and this winter. 

The Reservists, outweighing the Cadets by several pounds to I 
man, took an ea:ly lead and led 12-0 at the end of the first half. 
third quarter rally by the Cadets evened the score but the super 
team strength of the Reservists soon gave them two more touchdow 
in th final quarter. 
BASKETBALL .... 

A description of the basketball team's successful trip is writt 
elsewhere. At home, the Cadets lost a thrilling game to the Gaim 
ville Navy, Tuesday, January 18. On Saturday, January 20, t 
N.G.C. team defeated the LeTourneau Company of Gainesville. 

Perhaps one of the most thrilling basketball games of the seas 
was played recently when a team composed of Reservist?, and one 
Cadets tangled. The Resen 



Mary Ann Moody 
President Rec Club 



lyn Wall 



spectively. Pheobie Langford was 
eleeted basketball manager. Fran- 
ces Harbin became captain of the 
Hippolytan team: Virginia Pledg- 
er. Mercurean captain; and Tip 
Oglesbjr, Trahlytan captain. Elea- 



,e Phi Omic 
the impn 



all.iti., 






alf-: 



■ K. Si 



game in the bag. However, a last half rally t 
let* narrowed the score down but could never quite overcon 
>ponent's advantage. 

• union of these teams has greatly strengthened both of thei 
-need by the play of the N,G;C. team against Gainesville Nav 



f 






A Place Of Wholesome Recreation 




THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 




On The Campus Of North Georgia College 




Ice Cream Sandwiches Drinks 




JACK ROBERTS. Mgr. 



CADET — CO-EDS — 

When you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
during quarters be sure to look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite game of 

BiLLlARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



position.' tn the rn-wlv elected imi" 
Various letters and awards were 
given out in recognition of accom- 
pli-hments by teams, individuals. 

cup for the most points collected 
the past year. Marian McGehee, 
retiring president, received the in- 
dividual cup as the girl who best 
typifies th* Athletic spirit of N. G. 
C. Small letters, large letters, and 



are: Hippolytan, Pheobie Lang- 
ford; Mercurean. Myra Purcell; 

Phi Omicron, Ruth Sisk; Trahly- 



Basketball and I 
emphasized this 
ire already under 



LET US REPAIR 
YOUR SHOES 

City Shoe Shop 



N.G.C. ON THE RAMPAGE 



■ hall at Gordon . 



ville and back through Mill- 
e gang unloaded in front of 
to get acquainted with the 
mbled for retreat with the 



. Gamble, Pratt, and Tumlin 
leaton drew a foul and made 
e from the corner and J. D. 



B field goals and a free toss and Linn scored one point on . 

But Martin and Heaton, breaking fast and receiving Ion 

i Gamble, Pratt, Tumlin, and Wood threw a barrage of 



During the 

lefense, 



over Gordon 



When the smoke of battle cleared N.G.C was lei 
35 to 19. 

A seven o'clock bugle jerked the slumbering e« 
of Morpheus, bur a quick shower and some good chow saw them started 
well on another day. At 9 o'clock all were again packed into the 
station wagon and headed for Cochran. About 4 o'clock, they arrived 
in Cochran and were given a hearty reception by the student body. 
ut the campus and entertained in the 



i by , 



Llei 



iron, Wood. Pratt, and Tumlin were elected to carry 
the banner for N.G.C. in this game. The first half was a rough-and- 
tumble affair with Middle Georgia proving to be a little rougher and 
better tumblers as they drew 14 fouls to 6 for N.G.C. and outscored 
N.G.C. 15 to 8 at the intermission. But during the intermission the 
boys from North Georgia seemed to have acquired a new spirit and 
it wasn't due to the pretty baton twirlers who entertained between 
halves. During this half N.G.C, drew 10 fouls and scored 28 points 
to 8 fouls and 20 points for M.G.C. A free toss in the last 4 seconds 
of play iby Wood broke a 34 to 34 tie and won the game for N.G.C. 
But the M.G.C. students were good sports and showed the boys from 
North Georgia a good time after the game. 

'ed a steak supper and then 
WAVES. But at game time 
re ready on the firing line. GMC had a well coached team 
e deadly on their shots, but a tight defense held them in check 
or Maurico who scored 6 field goals and 2 free throws during 
the first half. At intermission N.G.C. was ahead 19 to 18 but during 
half Maurico was held to 2 field goals and NXLC. went on 



Milledgeville the boys wei 



ted: tn t 



coring in the three games was v. 

>n, Lleias scored 14 points. Heaton 13, Gamble 6, and Pratt 2; 
ame with M.G.C. Lleras 6 points. Heaton 8, Tumlin 30, Pratt 
2, and Jackson 2; and in the game ut Milledgeville, Gamble ' 
Tumlin 8, Heaton 7. Jackson 5, and Lleras 1. 






WHETHER 

It's That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

A Good Car To Rent 
SEE 

Johnny Moore's 

SERVICE STATION 



Compliments of 

J. H. Phillips 

General Merchandise 

On The Square 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



J. S. S^eer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 



ROBERT M. MOORE 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

A Friend of North Georgia College 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

SATISFYING SERVICE 



MILITARY SUPPLIES 



Dramatic Club Rex Fraternity 
To Give Program Sponsors Informal 
"J*; *£, Tn!v Dance January 17 




any of the old pledges 
iliated as members wh 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 



Gainesville. Georgia 



Dill Is President Lovely Tea Given 
Of Sigma Theta ByHomeEconomics 

At a n-eetin* he,d last q»rter, GfOUD Jam^Y 21 



i Sunday afternoon. Jam 



ir of the Administ 
; by Mary Taylor 
ted by Alma Ca 



;electable sandwiches 



low bowt of « 
gladioli. I 
flanked these 



Tl/KSDAY, JANUARY 30. 1U45. 



Ray. their teacher, 



,,s Home Economics 
™» Club Plans Full 
%£ Quarter'sPrograms 



COMPLIMENTS 

PENNEY'S 

GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

VALENTINE CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 

nd CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR 
Gainesville, Ga. 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS, Inc. 

(Read Down) (Read Up) 

PJrt.— P.M.— A.M. A.M. — A.M. — P. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 



A Bank You Can Rank On 



Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIC 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



of the club for this 



Virginia Pledger, 
Mary Nell Tayloi 
Anne White, secrc 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA 
Week Beginning Feb. 1. 

"THE HOUSE ACROSS 
THE BAY" 



"HER PRIMITIVE 
MAN" 



liLSTINATION TOKYO" 



7:30—3:50- 

8:20—4:40 

6:10— 9:40 
6:20— 9:50 
6:30—10:00 



8:20 Lv. G'ville Ar. 
9:10 Dawsonville 
Marble Hill 
Tate 
Jasper 



P.M.— AJM. 

4:00— 8:30 
4:40— 9:10 
4:65— 9:26 
5:10— 9:40 
5:30—10:00 
6:45—10:15 
6:00—10:30 
6:15—10:45 



Dahlonega 
Dawsonville 
Silver City 
Coal Mtn. 
Cumming 

Midway 
Alpharetta 

Roswell 



12 30 7 

— 11:40— 6 

— 11:10— 6 

— 11:00- 5 

— 10:60— 6 

P.M. — \ M 

— 7:10—12:25 

— 6:30—11:45 

— 6:15—11:30 

— 6:00—11:15 

— 6:45—11:00 

— 6:30—10:30 

— 6:15-10:15 

— 6:00—10:00 

— 4:30— 9:30 

— 4:00— 9:00 

AJW.— PJW. 



12:30—6:00 Lv. Gainesville Ar 

1:30—7:00 Ar. Dahlonega Lv. 

ALL BUSES ON E.W.T. 



TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

COLLEGE STATIONERY 

VALENTINE CANDIES 

(Don't forget her) 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 



SMITHS 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



"PHANTOM LADY" 



VEEK BEGINNING FEB. 
"COBRA WOMAN" 



"THIS IS THE LIFE" 



"NORTHERN PURSUIT" 



"SECRETS OF 
SCOTLAND YARD" 

Stephanie Ha, and 



'THE UNKNOWN CUES* 



V #• Cadet Buglet 

The Voice Of North Georgia~~CoU&£e ^ 



GeorgiaCoUege * 



Dr. Syud Hossain 
Addresses Students 



Fassoux, the hypnotist, charm- 
ed his audience with his rather 
jr.Vliev.ible feats, leaving every- 
one speculating on how the man 
go*, of the trunk under those cir- 
cumstances He used several 
members of the student body as 
subjects for his show, and fit sub- 
;rcts they werel 

The "Symphony Orchestra" ap- 






"The Moslem Worl 



' This timely lecture 
explained many of the problems 
of the Moslem world. 

Or\ March 8. the YMCA and the 
YWCA jointly presented the chap- 



TV. 



schedule of 



Boxing Tourney 
Ends At College 



i Mai 



■■ :■':. 



ninth the annual boxing tourna- 
ment was staged. Thirty-eight 
contestants entered and the bouts 
su.rt._-.) Monday night, March fifth. 

from seven to eight o'clock, and 
the boxers fought 
their weight. 



1 be c 






en weights: bantam weigh 
118; feather weight fron 
125; light weight from 121 

I welter weight from 138 t« 



1..V 



eight : 



161 



eight 






limited, 

BOUTS 

Bantam weight^-Ri 
Eddie Heaton. winner. 

Firathtr Weight— Billy Jenkins, 
winner, Louis Collins. 

■ :--ht— Ray Mixon, win- 
Mr, Ray Gaylor. 

n eight— Harold Craig. 
.,.),, winner. Roy Mize, 
*inner, Ernest Eberhardt. 

treight — Louie Morris, J. 



P u., 



'■:t-hth 



ight— Bill Pres- 
John Mahan, winner. 
—Continued on Pace Th«* 





Suiitmet^u^rter On June l) 
As Curriculum Is Announced 



ENGI ISH— Remedial English 
_; Composition and Rhetoric 101 
02; Humanities 201 and 202; 
merican Literature 210; and Pub- 






i- initiated 



■ college ediK 



before being drafted, and it will 
continue until the demand become; 
negligible. High school graduates 

rather than wait until September 
There will be a Freshman group 
September, however 



, th- 






Crown MountainClim 



Graduation Exercises Mar. 18 
Dr. J. Foster Young to Speak 



The graduation c 



•rcises for the 
_ held Sunday 

There will be 



permitting) followed by 



candidates 
o-eds and 
■; Felton 



Officers' Club 
Active On Campus 

The Officers' Club— which boasts 



dent— Max Swea 
-Bill Perry. 
-Ralph Miller. 



a be held on March 



m.'-'mi, 


A banque 

rs and thei 
A, but a defi 


for 
ite dal 


has not 


On 
■G I 


Thursday n 
Officer's C 


ght, February 



of Ceremonies and 



Jack Edwards, Nancy Janette 
Lucille Nugent. Other contest- 
Harber, Peal Harrell, Melva Ken 
dall, Betty Leard, Fred MaeLana. 
han. Lucille Nugent, Williarr 
Perry, Jerry Schine. Maxwell 
James Sweat, Mary Nell Taylor 
Minnie Jean Walters, Robert Wat. 
son, and Anne White. 



Dr. 



will be Dr. J. Fos 
Young, a noted and interesting 
speaker, is Presiding Elder of the 
Gainesville Methodist District. 

The North Georgia College Glee 
Club, under the direction of Mr. 
Dismukes. will sing two numbers. 
They are: 

Smiling Through Penn. 

Liberty Bell March Sousa 

The Band will also play and has 

"Triumphal March" from 

"Aida" Verdi 

Medley of Sacred Themes 

ants were; Millie Katun, Caro- 
lyn Wall. Mildred Bailey, Margie 

P» pS, Winnie Philips. Peirgy 

■ Becky Bmellej The 
amateur contest was won by Ed- 
ward Wilkie with his imitations 
of Dean Sirmona, Maji 
son. and Dr Forest among others. 
Several prizes were won by 
members of the audience for var- 
-> ■■ ;uch as unscrambling 



i when I pass cer 
"howdy-do" is 



me an' give me a big kiss (1 
ain't a savin' I wouldn't like it! 
but wouldn't th' day seem jist i 
little brighter to both of us iffen 



of fact, i 

plexion. 
Maybe 



a littl.j .-mil in 1 wnnldn' 
might help their com 



the 


boys, ov 


r a 


the colleg 


ha 


been gitting 




mighty ea 


Iv 






th. 




1 


oth 










her 


before 


had ever got 


up 


s 


mebod"" 


mm 


of been ploy 


trie 










that the co-eds w 




hi 



to run around Crown Mounts 
waited fer about two weeki 
my porch fer them to come 

way but they never did. I'm 



NOTICE 



O the person who finds fhe 
t typographical error* with. 
8 hours in thin issue of the 



COMMERCE — Introduction to 
Business and Economics 254 and 
256; Accounting 206 and 207; 
Shorthand III a, b, and c; Typing 
112 a, b. and c; Business English 
116; and World Geography 163. 

PROFESSIONAL SCIENCE— 
Human Biology 101 and 102; In- 
troductory Zoology 221 and 222; 
Vertebrate Zoology 223: General 
Botany 221 and 222; Assistant 
Technician; and Health Education. 

MATHEMATICS— This course 
has expanded through the constant 
demand for an everbroadening 
field. Intermediate Algebra 105, 
Freshman Mathematics 101; Ele- 
mentary Functions and Analyti- 
cal Geometry 17-18: Analytical 
Geometry 222; College Algebra 
224; Plane Surveying 254. 

PHYSICS— Introductory Physics 
21: Household Physics 20; General 
College Physics 221 and 222: Avi- 
ation Physics 104; Radio Physics 

SOCIAL SCIENCE— First two 
courses 101 and 102 are required; 
Contemporary Georgia 20-1; Ameri- 
can Government 103; Rural Soci- 
ology 256. 

EDUCATION— Introduction to 
Education 101; Educational Psy- 
ch. doty 105; School and the Social 
Order 209; General Psychology 

HOME ECONOMICS— Introduc- 
tory Home Economics 101; Ele- 
mentary Clothing 220: and Foods 

ENGINEERING DRAWING 
Courses and 10 are offered, 
Course 9 is Introductory Drawing 
and Course 10 the more difficult 
including blue-printing. 

CHEMISTRY— General Inor- 
ganic 221 and 222 for pre-profes- 

for Engineering students; Qualita- 
tive Analysis 226; Photography 
227. there is also an Introduction 



the curricul' 
ject he dei 



ake virtually any lab- 
res. The Engineering 
pecinlly adequate and 
meet the needs of the 



The Generals Have 
Been Reorganized 



renriranizi-'d thin quarter Music 
for all the formal dances of this 
quarter has been furnished by the 
Gene rain. 

The memhershfp of the orchestra 



Garwood. Watts 



The Y.W.OA. Presents Play «• Miller Heads 
Among Its Many Activities M^Z?. 



The YWCA with the YMCA opened the fall quarter 
with 8 joint street dance, September 22, to enable the 
nefl cadets and co-eds to get acquainted. During the 
Brat week of the quarter a strong YWCA membership 
drive predicted a successful year with 100'; member- 
ship at Sanford Hall. With the money from these dues, 
the YWCA bought Christmas toys, candies, fruit, and 
nuts for 29 underprivileged children of Lumpkin county. 

On November 23 Religious Emphasis Week began 
with a joint cabinet meeting in Sanford Hall to welcome 
the visiting speaker. Rev. Claude Singleton, Student Re- 
ligious leader at the University of Georgia. The girls 
supported the week's evening meetings and sunrise 
service with an attendance deserving of merit. 



H night in the San 

ford Hall living room. Each cabi 
not member has charge of on< 



On November 2S th 
listed the YMCA in pi 
Thanksgiving chapel r. 



feal 



! Of I 



[istory of Thanksgiving given by 
bbye Anderson. Musical solos 

: Jolly, and Frank Kemp. 

\'< Monday, February 5, 1916 

■ YWCA presented a one act 



"Not a 
Kl P. M. 



in the Horn 
■ Oollegi bu 



irolyn Wall 
-gie Phiiilpf 



this play the YWCA purchased [■ 
4th War Bond and sent u J10 coi 
tribntlon to thi 

story central building. 

The chapel program for tl 

winter quarter WM given Hatch 

i - of the YWCA and 

YMCA, a vocal duel by Alva Mann- 



Belinda Rider 


e sympathies sr 


. . Mill 




Ray _ Mary A 



burn i 

by Su 



d Dor.: 

Meadcrs, 



,.dl,i 



LETTER 



Sigma Theta members 



good will and allot 



college orehes 

beautifully di 



TO THE EDITOR Home Ec. Club Has 
Annual Banquet 




eitiid th.meht^. Ed.) 



o that 1 may give you ■ 

'■ ! .I'.: ■ 

are one of the few who 

■■■I know what 
Everybody knowi thai II 



Mirk 



ui i ' \\ hi n< ■■■ 



ill 

larger number of goldbrick» May- 
be they diin'l blither to give their 
which is just hi bad 

S ■ i'.. mi ■■■■ in thi II "1 

would go to "Y" moating (or B. 

r. U. or Long r Science Club, 

or a team hike) but I need to 
study." Thui isn't bo bad, but you 
1 i ■"'! won't stud) Ami you 

ili.n'l "I'd Vitiilii like to lake a 



■ !)„■ 



■,,, I. ■ ,,.! 

much trouble." Woll 
Uttl. m trouble Bui 

Wiy i Id I date 



Martha Sue Bui 
Minnie Jean Wal 
Anne White. Rut 
Kennington, Shirley Zieglei 



IlASSl.iVl.AS 



Compliments of 

J. H. Phillips 

General Merchandise 

On The Square 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



o i hlnl i 1 

■ 



f* 




faculty. 

Thi "Mm. i- of the club arc 

Margie Philllpi, Pi t; \ ii 

Sinii Pledger, Vtce-presidi nt 



Section I Holds 
Farewell Banquet 

The banquel held by Section 
,ii the Smith Houa« laal weel wa 
B howling succe Mi I 
howling came from the ohole 



C. R. Thompson proved that he 
could keen up the old mountain 
trad nt by drinking R. E. Cruhb 

tabic In <• drinking bout. The 

l UK! proof milk. 

Minim Palme i made a speech 

(Enough *uid John Dassoulas 

non U i Hub hers on and 

i Up tttlri Hutaon were forced lo 
intend 

i- Ingi i bov. I wore nol provided; 
bo nobody made the perennial fool 
-t him icll bj making lemonade in 
his A good time was had by all. 



■hi- quart 



norc value the second 

le did the first. 

l told us the other day 



ge glass china closet filled 

glass dishes 

rough! outdoors and put 



Dr. H. B. Forester is the fi 
advisor and brings to the me 
many enlightening topics fro 
field of science. 

Recently a discussion on £ 
ized Medicine led by Luther ^ 
and Shirley Ziegler, creat 
fervor among the Pre-Meds t 

Mechanical science as w< 
medical science is brought 1 
he club. New types of plane 
X.Ray have been described, 
practicability of BUch invei 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

-•- 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

-•- 

Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIC 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

^our favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 




WANT ADS 

-■ WANTED— A pack of 
I <o go with my holder 



EEDED— No drill fifth 
We want to watch the gi 
the track.— The Battalioi 



WANTED— Another blackout. 

Just give me warning. 

— Clark Thomas. 

LOST— One date on Sunday after- 
noon. Finder please return to 
—Cynthia Echols. 

LOST. Strayed or Stolen— One 



An action shot of the Motors Laboratory 

T^ Boxing— 



served bus seai 
every week end 
— Evelyne Ellis 



t of the squad i Ja,r 



worked hard and showed 



with 



Most of 



the 



are freshmen, but few, if 
them expect to be back 
ther season. Too bad they 
play together another sea- 
lme coaches will be fortu- 



ave the; 

ten the v 



the 



Played Point 



Tuesday. Marc 
i tarn weight—Err 
i Richardson, wir 
ther weight — 1 



eight — Edgar Hoi 



Middle weight— Paul Fiquette 
Ted Burgess, winner. 

Thursday, March B 

Feather weight— Frank Futrelle. 
Henry Puckett. winner. 

Light weight— Thomas Stovall, 
Rjiy Mixon. winner, Neil Blalock, 
Robert Collier, winner. 

Welter weight ~ Clayton Clark, 



R-.y Mi/ 

by TKO. 

Middle 



Dill And Lanier 
Attend National 'Y* 



Lyle. Last s 
Liberal rewai 

FOUND— Capti 

Not intereste 
ward. 

WANTED — 

Sisk'B, 



trth. 



eighth of March. On 



the third of March the Y. ] 
(rave a play night. It i 
usual night of entertai 



WANTED— No drill fi 
We want to ran th 
peace.— Girl'* Physics 



ANTED— More no-brc 



Edger Ho' 
veight — J. 



Hilling 

Chandler 
Gallup 



. P. Howell, 
irt. Ted Bur- 
tss, winner. Robert Hilton. 
Finals. Friday. March 9 
Bantam weight— James Richard- 
, Eddie Heaton. winner. 



Z BUY BONDS 



Patronize 

Our 
Advertisers 



Feather weight — Hei 
3illy Jenkins, winner. 
Light weight — Rob 



■ Pi.rk,-' 



as expressed his wishes foi 
f the ASTRP to come to th« 
gs held every Wednesday 
it 7:00 in the auditorium. 
Mashburn. Vice-president 
Dill, Secretary; and Jo< 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS. Inc. 



(Read Down) 
P.M.— P.M.— A.M 

7:30—: 



(Read Up) 
- A.M. — P.M. 



efghl t-Mt-^.' 



3:50— 8:20 


Lv. G'ville Ar 


7:50— 


12:30— 7:20 


4:40- 9:10 


Dawsonville 


7:00— 


11:40— 6:30 


5:10— 9:40 


Marble Hill 





11:10— 6:00 


5:20— 9:50 


Tate 





11:00— 5:50 


5:30—10:00 


Jasper 





10:50— 5:40 


P.M.— A.M. 






P.M. — A.M. 


4:00— 8:30 


Dahlonega 





7:10—12:25 


4:40— 9:10 


DawBonville 





6:30—11:45 


4:55— 9:25 


Silver City 





6:15—11:30 


5:10— 9:40 


Coal Mtn. 





6:00—11:15 


5:30—10:00 


Cumming 





5:45—11:00 


5:45—10:15 


Midway 





5:30—10:30 


5:00—10:30 


Alpharetta 





5:15—10:15 


6:15—10:45 


Roswel! 





5:00—10:00 


6:30—11:00 


Sandy Springs 





4:30— 9:30 


7:00—11:30 


Atlanta 








Howell, 
Howell. 



. H. G. 

le weight-J. 

ostponed, Ted 

:heavy weight— John Mf 

nner, Jack Hinson. 

y weight — Charles Payn. 



85 Students Get 
Honor Bars Here 



North Georgia 



on Tuesday. Feb- 
who achieved the 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



U:30— 6:00 Lv. Gainesville 

1:30—7:00 Ar. Dahlonega 



PM.-PjM. 



ALL BUSES ON E. W. T. 



THE HUB 

OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 



On The Square 
Gainesville. Georgia 



r// 



r 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 



A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega. Georgia 



"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 
ROBERT M. MOORE 




Along The ASTRP Rialto 



WW, we want I 

■,..ij aboul what hai happened here 

■ 

This unit was increased (lightly 



INTO THE CRYSTAL BALL 



1; is six o'docll nn the morning of Jurnj.v : '■ ■ 

the Wai Laboi Board told us ihot thai 
kind of sunri-e waste* too much • 

. ,i ilpped if with Jet pro- 

Tht morning light comes down upon the eampu »f N.G.C, Die 
on their beau tyres t mattresses and V by 8' bed 

..:■ i.ill- auto- 
matically unfold from the walls, 

. :i ■!• the final 
touch of a gardenia in each lapel. 

After strappiriK ■■■ " ly 1 hi ouch 

I 
eleclrothoughti on his head, and in it, ,,,:, .i, . 

waves. :i :'-j ' 

to be. 
We an I ■ ! 

ilol I the 



■ 



,etlj I 



i the i 



Seated In loft cl ■ and reading the 

■ i . fried chicki n. 



Li|.vrnml. ..■111.-, ... *„..:■. 

e night clubs. 

■ 

L' U.th. by our good old mr.-h ;,l w.kl , ,., I,,,.,,, |,, 



Stolen From Here and There 



■ 
llsplay 
R I and Black. 






them by Sg( 

look Bnd act like veterans them- 

ves. They are i 

■ kind of life. 
ien they first not here, they 
re .-ill out of nil 



i : ■'■' 






■ I i and the 



ordei 



from 



W;ll - Department 



for 



iftei they 
Wiey are the only 

ones to get their o 
rest of them are ho 

of the EBC 



But all this i 



. thai 



ut. a group left North ( 
hi, time a bigger grot 
. North Georgia must 



■■ ■ 



for thi group, ■ 
•e really regrel leav- 
Qi: h as v.iu fine friends of 
ret seeing us go We have 
nl friends with each and 
> of you. and you will re- 



. for i 






a have marie our lives here an 
oyable time and you have play- 
a great port in the development 

i future for u* Our time spent 
nl in vain. We 



have really profited by 
have you to thank for il 
ccrel) hope thai you h 

have enjoyed yours. 



and i 



and Noi th Georg 



ROPES AND LEATHER 



sorrow. The boys 
to weight. By drawing 'numbers, 



than '.-ni and with shorter 



■ 



the -, 






Mtil t 



whei j 



Th- day 



ox Then 
'he gong 

■ig sounds. 



t gloves on Ji 
fie bad 

ice The gong 
' "" ; hod through thi ropcf 

■ '■» meet hi-. |,.fl 

'"'' '" ' , """ 1 ' "'"' ,,; '' '■"■■' v <" ■ 

■ V"U in Hi. --(..miH-h Vnu diop youi guard ' 

' he I I'L'v,..,- I,, , \, ,, ,|,.. ul I,,,!.. t „ t , |Vi , him a k 




CADET — CO-EDS — 

ien you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
during quarters be sure to look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville, Georgia 



BUY WAR BONDS 



A Place Of Wholesome Recrei...... 

THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 

l> " The *"»* 0f North Georgia Co.lege 

ICP <>eani Sandwiches Drinks 

JACK ROBERTS. Mgr. 



People Puzzles 

1. —ikable 

— very body's dream man. 
— omntic looking, no? 
— Company 
— needy basketball player. 

2. —ormitory boss 

— n time to blink lights 



-STRP 

— ery interested in 

interesting Midget 



■ — appy 
-JBorea French (?) 
— ight in the middle 
chief. 

—at* continually 
—ight little 



— ight-hear 

— attily dr« 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA GA 
WEEK BEGINNING 
Tuesday. March 13 



Thursday and Friday 
"STAGE COACH" 

John Wayne - Claire Trevoi 



Saturday 

"LEAVE IT TO THE 

IRISH" 

James Dunn and 

Wanda McKay 



Monday and Tuesday 

"ARE THESE OUR 

PARENTS" 

:len Vinson - Lyle Talbot 



Wednesday 

STRANGE AFFAIR" 

Allen Joslyn - Evelyn Ke) 



Thursday and Friday 
"UNCERTAIN GI.ORV" 
Errol Flynn - Paul Lukas 



Monday and Tuesday 
"CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY 

Deanna Durbin and 
Gene Kelly 



MAN" 
Bela Lugosi and 
John Carradine 



Thursday and W.iK 

"ADVENTURES OF 

MARK TWAIN" 

Frederic March and 
Alexis Smith 



CADET BUGLER 



ALUMNI HEROES 



( YCLOPS befc 
KILLED 






in the CADET 



I ACTION 
i, Brantley— killed plane crash, Septembei 

B8, Ted— killed plane crash, December 13, 
Sherman— killed plane crash, June 13 1 
ng. Charles R.— killed plane crash, Januai 

. Charles— killed plane crash December 1 
i, Walter— killed in action November "■>! 



it— killed in plane 



Mar- 



194.''{ 



Smith. W Swift— Jcilled i 

Stalrworth, Roscoe— killed in plane crash February 7,'" 

Tracker, Dallas Glenn— killed in action July 10. 1943 

Lipscomb, Bill — Killed in plane crash. August 28, \m:>,. 



. Olin H- 



Bdp . Da' 



,llle,i ; 



■ a.rpla. 






Februan 



Matth 


ews, Lewis 














Whittle. John Thos. 














Codfr 


sy. Hillyer C— Ml; 


d i 






h 1 








Guy 0., Jr.— kilie 






crash Ma 






Strickland. John— killed 




irplane . 


rash 








Jones 




'Pa 


cif.e area 




1 P.R 


1944. 






Lovie, Set.— kille. 














Bolin 


, William P.., Sgt.- 














',!, 1 




1- 










North 


eutt, Joseph J.. Lt 


— k 


led in ae 


ion 


Dec 


25, 194 


. Belgiur 


Cook, 


Clifford— killed in 


■"- 






lb on 


Weste 


n Front. 



Ye Olde Deestrick 
Skule March 12 



The Dahlonega Women's C 
ponsored "Ye Olde Deesti 
kule." March 12. in the Coll, 

LUditorium at 7:30. Admission — 

ver to the Lumpkin County Li 



The 



, Joe, Lt.— killed i 



."11 


Jan 22, 19.15. 


Belsiui, 


December "21, 19 


in Fran 





Bray. Paris— kille 


o 


er Engls 


nd July 


8, 1944 






Ba 


ss. Paul— killed 




M ., ann 




of 194 






Q L 


illan, A. R.— killed 














rrett, Charles C 


— 




Poland 


April. 1 








dol, Eugene — k 






May 








Hall Calhoun— kill 




n Italy August 8 


1944. 










11. 


in Fran 




st 10, 1 








Lsley, [sham u - 




led m It 


ly Aug 


st 15, 1944 




Sn 






ITS. 1 -i: 




ny Hosp 


tal f 




Da 






-killed in 




France August 8, 194 




■rison, VFalter- 




■d in acti 


n Sept, 


u, 1944 






Kj 


g, Fred Pvt. Is 




ass— kill 


J in Italy Septe 


Tibe 


mi. 1944 




Tar, Marion, Lt 










n Field Oct. 1 




laway, Emerso 






Pelieu 


Islands 


sw 


Pacific 




September 16, 


1944. 










Co 


niell. Jack Sean 


an 


—Lost lif 


e in the 


-inking 


of t 


ie cruiser 



isser, Clarence C. Cjil.- 
ix, Clyde, Sgt— killed 

h:lli. .John C, Lt,— k 



:tion Alau Ialatl 

i Italy April, 1944, 

in in France Nov it, (944, 



missini; in 



v\\ IRDED THE PURPLE HEART 
deraon, T W.- European Area, November, 1944 
wounded ovei Gei mai j August 
i wounded in France, July, 1344 



wounded In Fl-a 



Horton, Loyd— 

Harris, James H 
Hill Clifford H- 



, August, 1844 



Nov 



19, urn 
led ovei G 

l . i . •■ : ■ . I'.'i 1 

Henderson, We I 

■ Hugh 



Mm 









, October, 1944. 



Sergeants Club 
Gives Dance Here 



""'■ Jack-on, Yke-pre-ident 

eh, Secretary and Trca- 

Watta Bigger*, The formal 

^ance sponsored each quarter by 



The new "Generals" played fot 
dance and there was no eomp! 
about their playing 



half of the play took 

hool at recitation time. 

Alia Mayze Bailey 

questions instead o 
m, and saw Newtoi 



ialf. P.nafored and pi 
Alice Donovan, Mat 
nd Mrs. D. H. Lipscor 

:--jiant- and galluses Xi- 
• recited poetry and "Do 
strummed a hanjri Other 



Dramatic Club 
Plans For Future 



NGC. The Club ] 



hill.'" number of students to par. 

Foi programs next quarter, thf 
plays "Fumed Oak" by Noel 
Coward and "Bring the Dead" by 

Irwin Shaw have been unleied 
The Club will begin pra< tin - 

The Dramatic Club look:- foi the 

-'.. past 
Prof England has been the 

Club'? faculty advisor for the past 



OPEN HOUSE 

BY A CO-ED BY A CADET 



If there is anything I hate, it 
s inattention when I expect 
attention to me. Of course I looked 
ike a hag while room-clc 
was in progress, but naturally I 



,!f r. 



i the 



room. So then after all m 
trouble, what do I get? At foi 
minutes past four, in sweep- tt 
beginning of a swarm of ruthle; 
dust-hunters, They hit every spi 
m the room, try to snitch* m 
favorite stuffed pup, and lea\ 
with a triumphant smile Broun 
with what finally drifts into 



face 



Of course, all I have 
merely my opinion, f. 

though I was sadly ovei'lo 
had a very successful apt 
Perhaps I shouldn't si 
but I am glad that .1 is 0' 
my dear little room can 



phys. Ed., but if thej 



things which I'v( 



attacking windows, blinds, closets 
and all the other spots of your 
room within reach of the white 
gloved hand of a Cadet or ASTRP 
By the 



■ of 3 



l for ( 






t the x 



But really, my dears 
wonderful job. We sp 

punch and looking foi 



Si#ma Theta Has 
Splendid History 

The abolishment of the senior 
college in 1933 also meant the 
abolish .1 of all national fra- 
ternal organizations at North 
Georgia. Only one local fi ite 
nity. the Rex Club, was left on the 
campus after the change 

nal men seeing the need for an- 

■ ■■! d ■ ■ ■ office all the con- 

'..'- I. ■iied by the student body. 



The first lodge room was in the 
Head House but soon aft >ve i 

In Mo. ire Bniliiine; neVt ilool Where 

the fraternity finished the school 
year. Recently the Owens 1 
has become ■ 

coat-of-arms. During the nascent 
year Professors Booth and ( 
Dismukes inscribed the ritual and 

K Kennedy, "as initiated. Prof. 



B. T. U. Has Plans 
For Contest Soon 



President Charli - 
Sue Meaders of the 

Baptist church B T 

..nii.mnced the in.ritoM 



n 



whether or not the 

•en - tudii d and oth< < - 

nd id [i.i it - .if line 

..■ arrival of the AST- 



the president-, ihail- 11,11-., 

•h. nighl of February 86, ha:- to 

■ N G. C, to -Ii h, I 

iti L ' il-ewlieie. He has been a fine 

j.i, M.lent ,llid .1 n.onlei fill lllenl- 
■ ■ ■ 

wishing him good luck 

1 he offii ■■' ■ ol t ihe unions 

ax< -1 follow !'■ 



\],-,,u 






Joo 




One of our favorite pla 



Historv of N.G.C. 
Glee Club Given 



In September, 1933. North Geor- 
gia Colletre 5flw the orfraniiatior 
of its first Glee Club under the 
direction of Mr. C. J. Dismuke? 
and Mr. Desmond Booth. At this 
time two Glee Clubs of large mem- 
bership were organized. Mr. Dis- 
mukes directed the girts and Mr 
Booth directed the boys. This pro- 



bation of 



In years befe 
Glee Club was 

ihe entire state. 
and conductors 

cities and also 

broadcasts to th< 

At Ihe prosen 






*ed chorus 

its presentation of quarterly con- 
certs to the student*. Even Owm/ii 

a hindrance, tlwy wftl 
are upholding the reputation of. the 
Glee Club until the end of the war 
allows its eomplet* rronrnriiziitii.ri. 
We are proud of 001 GIoc Club 
Bnd iU port in promoting Interoet 
in cooperative activity, We are 
greatly Indebted to Hi Booth who 
is now In the Army in France and 
our own Mr. Dismufcen, who ia still 

our Indlipeniable c luetor, foi 

forte in composing mnny 

This winter'! concert featured 
patriotic and scmi-claMlcal musle, 
Several solos offered by voealtsU 
and pianist* wen enjoyed by th« 
audience. 

W, M„ ■ M, \ , r in- ■ 

The Liberty Bell-March I ■ 

The Stare and Btrf] I 

ever Souse 

Habanera (t'urmi-nl BIlOl 

.Mist Mary Edna Kllnjr, Soprano 
Thc Two Gn 

Dry Th Teni Del if', jo 

No, John! English Folk 8ong 

Deep Purple Da R 

-Clcon Johnson, I'lonlsl- 

Because .... D B lol 

The Rosary . N.-Vm 

Smilin' Through ., Pi Ml 

The Deierl 

•Joe Jolly, Bess. 
The Sweet I 

Told Stulti 

The Bolls of St. Mniy'-. UdDRll 
Polonaise No. 2 Uut 

•John Dltioulei, Pliinlst- 
The Army Aii Corps Crtwfort 
Zlmmormai 

The Caisson* Go Rolling * 

long Orubet 

rbi Marlnee Hymn Pnllllpa 

N G. C Evening Prayer DUi 
Proudly We Kail The* 



*7/te Oncut&iata* 



Back The Attack 
With War Bonds 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



ELLEN think, the Yanks from 
LeHigh are somethin' special. 
Isn't that right WIEDER. 

Good things come in small pack- 
ages; so It fs with MARY RUTH 
and TANK. 

EDWARDS aeemi to be going 
straight lately— straight as the 
CROWE file*, 



it I- (IRENE ovci 

inipletely Tell me public spank- 

ig doei rt'l bi Ip 



Wesley Foundation 
Edits Newspaper 

rnong the organisation* on the 
puj which offi r 
i Georgli • ■ 



fi)d About HARRY." 



IMBBOSE 



ItV to 


late 


girls 


DANIELS 


101 "Swo 


on Cro 




OLLY al 




Now 






Sinn'rn g 


>t that 


ir (J! 


sn'tT 


What 1 


It DOODLE 


that Wur- 






. fall 


voice thai 


nuke- GRAHAM 


10 Bl 


■ ■ ■ 



in. 1 v 



,i thane* (01 ■ wiel gathering! «nd 

■■,.. ni ,■ n,. W, i 
ley Foundation 

Th.- Woiloy Fe 
every Sunday nlghl m IB B1 the 

Mothodlel ehureh, As one of it'- 
ll- tlvltloi, the foundation hae en- 

tc aed i group from Relnhardt 

College with n delicious, supper. 
Mnry Af Merlin, ths program 

i.iiriiini. had she 

r and It woi enjoyi I b] ill wh 

tended Mary Edna KJIng li 

oaldenl of thi 

..( (In W, In 

. publication of e 

ipi i foi ail the 

II follows: 

Bailie Cook 
l handler Lanier 

Hi wi ImIhi.i 

Circulation Manager*. Joy Mn- 
Frailor, and 
Colette Fauet 

tncei Harben Bre- 
■ 
1 i u ruei 



With SMITH ar i bei llttli 

mgiT. what's FRANCES HAB- 

■ 

Rex Frat Begins 
Its 28th Year 

The aldoal frat. rnltj on tin 
NGC campui li the Bm Freteml. 

1 ■ orgai III d In 1917, The present 

boyi . headed by Ralph 




Mill. , 



tin- 



Lilly .- 



dill, m built 
luring the Inst 28 
Major H itchenon li the 

faculty advisor. 

On February 17, an informal 
dance was sponsored In tho gym 
b) the Rej The danee followed 
th<- college 






■ it. . 



■ m Lcfflgh in 
fallnre In Galnoi 

liiii eauaed the light* to go off 
■■'I Dahl igo "'ni broke the dance 

UP inilv |{. '■. 

served and a good time was had 

■ ■ reel Hint every 

1 atornlty meets once 

military classroom 

In the basement of Barnes Hall. 

Initiation ■ I Bny now boyi a ■ 

■ 

1 - Id earlier in the 

■ ni with Blgma 
■iii. ■in. makoi 

fonnal d te al thi wlntoi auai 



WHKN IN UAINKSVILLK 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds oi 

SANDWICHES DRINKS LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 
nd CHILDREN'S READ1 TO WI \i: 
Gainesville, Ga. 



BUY WAR BONDS 



GREETINGS 

friends have always met here to discuss 
the matters on tho campus and here it is that 
you have continually brought your dates to 
enjoy our— 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOI NTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 



SMITH'S 

"Where Colleec Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



TUESDAY. MARCH 




THE CADET 



JUST AMBLIN' 



lly though, there are plenty of good leather- 
far. Congratulation? and sympathies to 



me swell fellows that won't be back 

—Uncle Sam, yon know. The absence 

.' the till- will be con. 



My Personal Column 



Heaven On Earth 



Good luck ! 









Sidelights of N.G.C. 



The North Georg) llegc coni 

■ 
1 

tendance. 
The civilian group In attendance el tha collogi 
■ ■ 
■ 

f thi- group ha* 



System, Thi 

ntly good. 
During theli tonurc hi n thi ft 1 1 

SC-Ordt compar- 

rrin'm 1 J |r- il. ..Hot rnl 



; 



ire by similar group* 



-.....«» hnvy onewored thi 

WBlCOl ( thai day "Win, ■■..., will y t»mi' " 

And many interesting thin** liuve be] 

■ 
ban upon belllgi i 
only duel Si the t: .licit... Hie I. ..ii irn. I i|uamtly: "A 

student who (ha)] ,.h, , or ,., ■,■, pi „ , i, , . 

or in any way .,,,1. u t. . t , ,„ ,,■■„, 

bruid anoihei l.-i ,l,,i;i ,, 

pelled." Thorn in,, novoi i anj ■■■ 

i. - Mi.' (iniiir 
irganlscd, It wai called 

. mtnj ,„„ 

'" lf,S:i . ""■ H, .,,.,. |.,,,,|. l:„, i; 

' I ■ iuntj in Hi.. General AMombly, offered 

n g Hi,, bell 

1 atln that your, The collogi 
■ 

■ 
In June, 1901, the I 

' inii iiir faculty 
next lenlon patted a rfttolutl i kiting 

M "> I I'ulil. ... 

aftei the .-.1. i in thi ohapi 
aedlng champion debates. Order ha 

i 

. i ■.ml, [„ ,, u ,. ,,„ . 



that 



Wh. 



.. . 



K»g, Captain 
'"■ ' ommandanl oi Cadeta, waa called Into 
ki I the cadeU If they wen 



ihe officer*. N. | 

:hing came „f it, 

u at length telling „< u 



Ami above all, 



As I ait here in the Bugler Of 

column, I find that the proper 

journalistic atmosphere is lacking. 
One feminine member ot the staff 
i.« strolling around barefooted, 

Ihe leaat However. I'll do the 
best I can under these condition* 

At riak of |tfe, limb and proper. 
ty, I one* more mention the sub- 
ject of fires, Am you know, it hap 
pened again. JuM bi 



I was standing in the window of the Bugler office 
a while back trying to figure out how to fill up a 
bole in my column when I saw the bus pull out for 
Atlanta. The next thing I knew I wa» dreaming 

■ .m.l how she would look N-i! many 

here can watch the bus pull out without mninl ring 
ju*t a little, especially if you're alone. 

Someone told me that Nipper cum.- bti I. a fi H 
weeks ago. Shi but I didn't aee 

her. She moves faster than Mrs. Roosevelt. 

Have you ev.-r been in a newspaper offi.'.- wfaerl a 
paper is being put to bed? Typewriters clinging, a fel- 
low sufferer cursing his small VOCabult] i copj papei 
■ ■ 

ordered confusion reigning supreme, 
. 
il for the world. 
I've i ... 



(red 






have to nay about f 
would like to offer a few suggest- 
ions, if we in. to i" I ..i 

purl of the fie department, then 
we should bo organised Into defl- 

1 i. I.f !»■ on- tgned the job 

of )•■ ttlng ii,.- hoae to tha fire and 

handling It Hot.- \j. 



il ' 



■ 



uiuhn. 



i.ii.t oth oi valuables. This l« just 
Hon iir.'i might nol prove 
practli abli : ' 
■ ■■ ■ 
This laaua of tha - ■ 

onl i Gi orgte H ■ 

. i.. collegi 

here lit North iln.M'iii r,ill,|o- In 

■ ■! I,, ( T.. 

, illogfl lit,- In r, i.l linliloriri-n. 

I'. rhap bj ■■ 

"ill 1" ,ofli„.|„-,,l ( ■ I,.,. 



provide plenty of good 



jn is not much fun during this 
ind of weather but it will rer- 
linly build up your wind. Those 
tart cute don't build up your 
Ind but they help you to become 

Aft r ■■■ 

. 



ick building on the edge 



then, that I was sick enough to go to bed. I 
too hard to look sick; I was seared green 
little pill she slid down my throat proved 
the wrong effect entirely. 

Finally she led the way back to the room i 

I was to spend the rest of the day. Havini 

back the covers, of a bed, she walked out, > 

r behind her, and left me alone. With 

i of intelligence I have, I presumed sht 



,,...!„. 






■ ha v. 






ere graduating, 



this quarter, it seenu at though 

.. large pi 

.1, March, 
what that 

1,,,'nn In mldition the cadet si and 
... leaving, a large 

I her of le*.-rvjst< left (be first 

rfarch up.m completion 
,. , ..f -unly and more 
will flnlah bafi ■■ 



i.i.l. i Huifli'i 



• this 



I pre 

hining cleanliness of the roc 
to function. After all I had 
an for five months. (My 



if I was awake. Yes. I 

had found my home and I wasn't gom; 

ever. Those beds are just unbelievable— well any. 

Slowly the novelty wore off and I became Blfgbtll 
bored. The room was comfortable enough, but I »». 
In n, and I don't usually enjoy talk- 
ing to myself. Then came my release — Ella. 

Maybe you don't know Ella. I didn't, but I ft 
now. Kll.i -hort, round, and black — every inch s 
kindhearted soul. Her bin..- starche. 
he bandana covered hi b 

ted Damn Yankee, wh< 






BARNSTORMING 



Dripping gym 
li do wash them. 

Nippor'a familiar laughter In the upstair- hall. Uka old tlmei, 



South. 



the fan 



■ of the 



about Ella that day. 
bul -he only had a high 
g the next best thing-, i 

i settled 



under radiator and A 
"Km" Soaaoma a 

a liu. kol ..! .Inly W0 

Plra in it n :'i. 



■ liked her work, and in her characteristic 

ii replied that it was all right for somt- 

ieen all that they wanted to see and 

to settle down now. 

Ella reads a lot, not easy going reading, but, in h« 

Literary (Juild books." Do you know 

Darwin is? I -<" — — *»■• r i — t,^. it 

up In the encyclopedia the 

'1 evolution .i; easi 



i Sunday morning. What do you i 



" and U Only 

" boj ""'I OUI adout porcupine 






s North Georgia I 






the infirmary cat until 
<■ "i mumps descended on North Corgis, 
got the mumps. Poor SugarfootI EH* 

r *"P* « ' towel and held her all night. 

the Lorj had his way and Sugarfool passed on. 



Ella 
Redd ■ 



■i the 



■ .i , 

iwl'i.i'wm'^ 1 ' '' 

i. 



Bj- 



Su,. 



■ Bryt. 



■PPK itely n«,ne,l »li 

Redd luu « boy Mend nw 
K .. l.iu ca, and everyday thpy m« 
OUUlde the mlirmiry and lake a walk 



nd .... mv list, Bllfl 
..Ki'ltable charaeUT. 



MEET MISS MATTIE 









".I "I really 






her idea* about the schi 






THE CADET BUGLER 

Hill Ro6 „, H,»°° 

rV?m r ED1TOR Uny CutltlxKH 

'H OR frm I"' 

MlM 'W '■'«„■,, C„HL,h^ Kiili 

Onwrf V/ynm. Chandlrt L*»« 

f«u/ TrcwM. Tttny H**** 

■ity Mary HtndirV 

Colli*. JuLic «■'" 

WiHun Hopkim. Buddy G«— 

Kmhlcrn Fraier. 

' \[|--.v„..,„ ,..,. 

. .. ".;uod 

H H CIO" 



VTI« eadet Bugle^t 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



Mr. Thomas, Correspondent, 
Enthralls Chapel April 18th 



GOVERNMENT INSPECTION A SUCCESS 



On April 1*. Xi.rth Gi-orgia Col- 
lege had one of the most interest- 
ing and educational chapel pro- 
grams we have had yet. Bruce 

ent, spoke to us on the subject of 
"We Return to Conquer," the atory 
of Dunkirk in reverse. 

Mr. Thomas is an inquisitive 
joung man from San Francisco. 



could talk 
ingly and 



England on a Dutch ship. Under 
the auspices of the British Ministry 

of Information, he lectured in more upon ou 

than 50 British cities; lived in lives of 

Scottish highland training camps One ' 

with the Commandos who were brought 

then virtually unknown; and cross- mandos 

til the English Channel and North them hi 

Sen on several raids as press ob- and mos 
server, Returning to America, he 



his rich humor. 

felt before bee: 

forcibly. He he 

few speakers have before. 

Most of the lecture was concern- 
ed with the training and exploits 
of the Commandos and his own 

told us about how we are going 

the war and how Southern Ireland 
and her stubborness has increased 
our casualties. He helped us to 
e never did before 
nfluence of the Commandos 



CrownMountainClim 



Persistent Rains Disrupt 
Schedule of Annual Event 



that the Corn- 



first 

(Harpers. March, 1942) and to 
broadcast (We, The People." Feb- 
ruary, 1942) about these already 
legendary fighters. 

Mr. Thomas kept us all on the 
edge of our seats with his rapid- 



back to the Norman invasion 
55. After Dunkirk, Churchill 
"Put that type of soldier in- 
ing." The British High Com- 



ime the great psychological weap- 

i of Britain. They itrnolc in the 

—Continued on Editorial Page 



Fifty-Nine Receive 
Honor Bars Here 

The following students are en- 
titled to the Red Honor Bar (1 
quarter): Bobbie Jean Johnson, 
Elma Curtis Matthews, Joy Bennie 
Maynard, Mary Anne Moody, Alice 
Belle Redmond, Lurlene Rebecca 
Smdley, Ruth A. Tribble, John 
Marshall Carter, Stanhope Richard 
Escoe, Ernest Boyd Gurley, David 
Marion Holmes, Daniel Hermond 
McRae, John Charles Maddox, 
Robert Gene Puree)], and Ben 
Collier Yarbrough. 
The following students are en- 
the White Honor Bar 
■ '■ - 1 Mildred Louise Bailey, 
Ann Cash, Nina Floy 
. lyn Grant Ellis. Thelma 
> is, Mary Anne Martin, 
!■■ Meaders, Ellen Ruby 
'■■ iry Ruth Nix, Carolyn 
North, Kathryn Viona 
i mma Jo Sims, Miriam 
Kuth Sisk, Dorothy Lorene Wat- 
'■y Iris Ziegler, George 
uk, Lamar Gene Cole- 
Freeman, Murray Hen- 
Itins, William W. Greene 
Jr., K rari k Pierce Sheffield, David 
[pplna, William Elmore 

U ti 
lowing students are en- 
Honor Bar (3 
'■' 
Dorothy Ann Woolsey, 
& Anderson. W. Ro- 
•>«« Parker HUton, AUyn Clcon 
■ 

Dallas M. Ryle. Billy 

owing student is entitled! 

... Honor Bar 
I Jam. = W. Pcrry- 
■ wing students are en- ' 
the Gold Honor Bar (5 

■■■ _■ 
Pledger, Sarah CaroHi^ 
Ired Wat=on, Watts Blg- 



In Memoriam 

N.G.C. lost a valued and out- 

of Carl J. Brookshire on Tuesday 

evening, March 27th. Seemingly 
in good health, his sudden death 

countless friends and associates 
here at the college. 

Mr. Brookshire came to N.G.C. 
in June 1943 as assistant account- 
ant, and endeared himself ' 






■ kin. 



Whut I mei 
them cadets is : 

on Satturday i 



Mac m all 



; that theys 



■ heels. If'n boys go galavantin 
aroun wit girls wen theys home. 
grate horned toads, why don they 
do it wen they go way to skule. 
Orta be easier wer there folks 






: self 

well nuff to speak to, much less 

All I gotta say is that things 

sumpin lak thet happens. Guess 
mebbe I'm gettin too old to unner- 
stan how younguns think nowdays, 
but I ain't too old to know thet 
everthin ain't alright wen a boy is 
feared uf a girl. Cud be this war 
I kep heering so much bout but 
seems thet thet wood bring thing* 
to a head quicker. 

Yours very truly, 

— C. M. C. 



steady rain. Government Inspec- 
tion was held Monday, April 23, 

by Major Dndy of the University 
of Mississippi, as planned. The 
schedule, however, had to be com- 
pletely rearranged and all drill 
and parade was moved inside. 
The schedule originally called 
inspection, cloi 



nil, 



drill. 



in that order, and parade in the 
afternoon after dinner; but nctu- 

iilly the classrooms came first, 
then squad and platoon close order 
drill. Personnel inspection and ex- 
t.-mled order drill came after din- 



The classrooms were conducted 

onstration method. The questions 
had previously been compiled by 
Fourth Service Command Hud 
quarters and relayed to Major 

Holly who in turn "fired" them at 



Squad 



plal 



close order 



only u few minor mistakes. Chosen 
for squad drill was Sergeant John 
Sperry who commanded the first 
squad of the second platoon of "A" 



Company. For platoon drill was 
Lieutenant Joe Howell who com- 
manded the second platoon of "A" 

Personnel inspection proceeded 
Immediately after dinner with the 

companies forming one at a time 
in the limited space provided n 

amusing t 



I of I 









icroaa the faces of the 
the Inspecting officer 
drew nearer Clinched fists n'nd 
tight lips prevailed, 

Extended order drill was carried 
on out of doors on the upper and 
lower drill fields, not to mention 
surrounding territory. The rain 
wai still fulling and ai 
wind soon chilled Company "B" 
to the very bones. Sergeant Tom 
Mtiy led his squad through the 
formations prescribed despite Inch 
deep mini und Lieutenant Jame* 
Buidi-ttc did mi extraordinary job 
in leading the platoon. "B" com- 
pany deserves plenty of credit 
for the complete accomplishment 

of It in i In the Hold. 

Government Inspection is past 
and Hajoi H 

"Good Job well done." Our thanks 
go out to Lieutenant Taylor and 
U'nde for their efforts in whipping 
the battalion Into the fine shape. 
Without them wo would truly hove 



All Campus Roads 
Are To Be Paved 



N. G. C. Glee Club Concert 
Set For 8 O'clock Tonight 



Hi-. 



him countless friends among the 
students with whom he came in 
contact. Mr. Brookshire was & 
stalwart church member, string 
in his conviction of right. 

Surviving him are two sisters, 
Mrs. Carrie Beal of New York and 
Mrs. Blanche Wiley of Covington 
and three brothers, Paul 
Ga., Robin, of the United States 
Navy. New York, and Gene, of 



■ of t 






. Ga. 






held 



t 3:30 on Thurs- 
rend Frank 
Moorhead and Reran I 



Wade Replaces 
Taylor at N.G.C. 

LL Taylor, our former asristant 
,1 military science and 
tactics who left April 16, is now 
with the BJCA 

j ,rt Banning, Grorgia. 
..me to Dahloncgs dur- 
ing the spring quarter of 19*4, and 
in his year's stay became an el- 
DSable member of the 
: ..artznent- We miss 

Taking Lt. Taylor's place Is Ix. 

Francis C. Wade, who reported here 
■T-OUand. Alabama- Lt. 



Roads, to be paved an the road 

in front of the auditorium and 
Barnes Hall; the road from Smith's 
to the gymnasium; the road from 
the gymnasium up to the rear of 



four feet wide < 



Rogers who has had *ev- 
I'.vnurn Clay, 

■ 



Wade is a native of South Caro- 
lina and a graduate of Clcmson 

■ he took part in the 
Sicilian and Italian campaign*, In 
Italy he commanded a barrage 
balloon platoon and participated 
in the Salerno Beach landing. 

hit friendly personality, Lt. Wad* 

has all the prospects of being an 

oatrartor and the type 

of person *«■ like to have at N.G.C. 



sented Tuesday evening, May 

first, at eight "VI,,, ;. 

n Plondei . and the 

■ 

tune with spring »■■ 
forth, and will no dotlbt \n In fill] 
nine tO give HI a delightful Moy 
Day climax. 

familiar and woll-loved songs by 

American 

This should be of Intercut to us 

all, for ■-■■■■ 

love rongs which are so 
much a part of our country. 
Soma of the hlghllghl of the 
■ n In'e "Sum 



..•rlirr. 



by Mary Edna 



Social Calendar 



mal. 

May 8— Pr., 
May 12 

Sigma Theta— Trip to 

Luke Trahlyta. 

May IS— R*-x Informal. 
May SO- Home Ec Breakfast. 
Res Trip to Trahlyla, after- 
May 26— Sigma Theta Infor- 



--' Club Forma), 



Klin,-, and his famous "Rhapsody 

In Blue," which Cleon Johnson will 

a pinno iolo; Rom- 

■ ■■:■ of LovOi" by Roy 

\f< i ■"■ I the i ln>i in . jiii'l Vii-tor 

amp, i ramp, p," 

una. !■'• Joe folly Blgi 

berg will be repri nted by songs 

from In- H|,f r>'!h(. ' Tin I >■■ nl 

U, and to 
■ i ■ ■■ Mlii It!" 

PROGRAM 

1 he a i 
"I oo) rot the Silver Lining," 

■ 
01 U ii Rl ' " 
if Slgmui ■ 



■!:,fi 









Deserl 

ololat). 
■ 
"Summer 1 
1 

■ 
ano soloist.) 

■ 

bass tolol I 

Away", "Tramp! Tramp I 

and "Ah! Sweet My* to- ■ 

ai Voumans: 

■'■ 

■ 

■ 
Toujour* I'Amour," and "Song of 

■ 



:adet bugler 



MR. THOMAS— 

—Continued from Front P 

the Germans confused and baff 

Soldier had to have battle 
perience, a nearly perfect bodj 
high I.Q., and no reason to live 
they were to be a suicide squadi 
Very few men could qualify i 
even after acceptance many m 



became t 

Comma i 






e of these first few the 



after V-E day. The Germans and 
the pacifists of thin country will 
cry out, "The Germans were not 
entirely to blame. We should be 
fair and kind to them." This is 
the kind of talk that ■ 

tady 

make a harah peace that wil! crush 
Germany. We cannot Kay we fight 
only the Natis for we fiuht the 
whole German nation. The same 
thing applies to the Japi, too. 

We should not, necordinje to Mr. 
Thomas, ipi I 

the Battle of Bunker Rill and Ig 
noting the problem* at today We 



entiling ■ 



■ llllie: 






■ Die 



(1.1.I not fight- 

I-'umlnmet: tally 

fisrlitlnjr for 



Troupe of Music Former Faculty 
Makers Presented Member of N.G.C. 



BSU Hikes To Cane Creek 



In the Auditorium 

Mr. Ben Ritzenballer presented 
his troupe of music makers at the 
N. G. C. auditorium Friday night, 
April 13. The troupe consisted ol 
two other members, Miss Davidson 
as xylophonist and George Ross an 
accompanist. Mr. Ritzenballer 



i.lf pin.' 



I- , .. 



so many instru- 
rould be difficult 
dim a definite title, 
program Included "En- 
nt," Mr RftMBballer*! own 
^ion, "Smoke Gets in Your 
'Poet and Peasant Over- 
"Estrnlyta." "Old Man 
River," "Golden Slipper ," "Ritual 
Dance of Fire," combination of 
"Liebestrauro" and "Finlandin," 

"I Mm ■ Di ." "Flight of the 

Bumble bi i and "Morrh from 
I-ohengrln." A hymn, "A Mighty 
Fortress is Our God," wan played 

■i a tribute to 
Roosevelt 
Mi Rltioi ballet did not confine 



, the fact that Otch time I 
tenbtller appoari d on 
re, he played on ■ differ 

n ni For example, he pi 

u slide trombone! trumj 



Mr. Thomas 

that the present government 

80 per cent of our ihlppl 
in the Atlantic. The Irish refused 
to blackout ami the Germane could 
jhb i" loeaU Englleh 
towns tobonit. Then loo the i- h 
denied the Allies bases In ward off 
the submarines and so caused many 
casualties In the Atlantic. All the 
higher cleei and botb 
Irish have left the country to go 
to England or Amei ■ 

■ Ion Is loft, 
All nattom hive boi ■ 
make them ice the light, but to no 



Thoi 



W.tll , 



' ■ .i liliml ■>,.! , »v),u-li 

.i iv liny del 
.itn.ill tliin,' li, ix'Hi'llll Vi'iy well, 

it told how ileli the men gel of 

war and how bad they worn tn >■• 

home, but h«w ilolerniined they nre 

when 



Drive For Clothes 
Sponsored Hen* 



, iw quar- 

■ '■■ thi iddltlon to Its council 
of throe now mi ■ 
' p it. Alice Redmond, and Kath 
ryn SoJIOlM, 

■ i .. .,,„,. Hi, YW.'A 

■ Mountain Mr 

1 g. "■' : ■ il 

■ ■ I hope i faith 

hy rending several 

lottora from hit nophow and a Ay 

Ing missionary, 

lath, the day »f 
ter the death ol ■■ P 
rTVCA .'in. i 1 HI | 

tli t n 'i u ft trio i 

lin Del Rom evoll 

• ■ 
i by il tudonl i 



;,.■] - 



>vill I 



Sigma Theta Plans 
Trip To Trahlyta; 
Has New Officers 



■ 









the leading 



' 



last quart e i In .-li < I 

thai the old mombi i 

• the future 
■ ■> ■ 
Offioera elected wei 

Bur. I. tie. [Te hl.nl , H In ■ Villlli. 

■ 
■ i ■ ; , 

Prof England re 

Plans of the f 

if Trahlyta on ? 

attend. Second, 
so7 on informal 
Gym Saturday 



■■ 



the 
YWOA i> 

■ 

mile in Dnhlonoge oi 

tlohoarledlj nn d 

oi n, 

nnd Innumerable 

iclce, slip* mid ( 
be.th.robo*, Thi 

1 trope, »ill nol i 
■'. but also 

ioy wore enl 

■ 
■ 



Is Dead In France 

Captain Robert D. Calhoun, for- 
mer English instructor at North 
Georgia College, died m sn army 
hospital In Nancy, France, on Feb- 
ruary 26, 1945, from wounds in- 
flicted by the enemy while he was 
on a secret mission for his gov- 
ernment. Captain Calhoun w« a 
member Oi the faculty here from 
February, 1930, to July, 1941, 
! <he army in the 
Quartermasters Department. He 
was with the firal invasion forces 
that landed in North Africa in 
November, 1942 While in Tunl- 
lis be fall "i love with and mar- 
ried Slmone Granger, niece of the 
famous French military genius, 
General Henri (iiraud, who atten- 
ded the marriage of his godchild. 
September, IBM, Captain Cal 

(i highly confidential missions 
HI little son, whom 
he nevoi go! to ■■ 
January 7, 1MB, In the Fn i i ■'' 
hospital whore thi 
Captain Calho n 

popular English 
Georgia College, 
ilng character and high 



spring quarter rolled 



■ of fie 



i of 



which he 






,11 ,L|* 



Hale Sheet Posted 
Here March :51st 

■ tiff are: Cadet 

i i Co] . Bn Commander, George 

Brlghtwoll; l sdi I 

chandler Lanier; Codol Capl . S-2, 



B ■ 

01 of the Band sfo Ci 

tain, .i U Nlcl ■ 

■■■■I i la ,n, 

erge R Non 






tenant, ■'. Howi II 

i rgeant, B. Dantoli 

■■ I lorne, 3 M Cm 

B Towson, W. 

I' ■ y, it Cobum, 

i' Stowart, W, It..l 

t: M. w 

I 

|" ■! C i "B" ire 

i nptaln, Wayne P 

tennnt, J, Burdotto; Dnd l. ten. 

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Smith; Platoon S 



i B. S. U. 



follow 



■lecteed off: 
Caroline Wall— President 
Sue Meadere— Vice-president 
Edgar McCord— Vice-president 
Georgine Cash— Vice-president 
Ruth Sisk— Chorister 
Doris Fackler— Chorister 
Virginia pledger— Treasurer 
Juanita Miller— Pianist 
Joe Jolly 
Paul Stovall 
Ralph Ivey 
David Wynne 
Dr. Forrester B. S. U. Faculty 

At two o'clock Sunday. April 15. 

of Sanfo 
Hall f'.r the hike given by the B. 
S U Leaving Sanford Hall 
promptly at two, the group made 
their way out to the highway lead- 
ing to Cane Creek Falls. Although 
the sun was shining bright and 
very hot, it did not keep anybody 
go on the hike from 
going. Finally after an hour's 



from the long 
a dash for the 
ery refreshing 1 
of the boys ii 



brought 



. while others 



ither 

sat on the bank and watched Prof. 
England swim, or went wading. 
After staying out at the falls f or 
about an hour the gToup picked 
themselves up and started back 
for Co-ed Cottage. Upon arriving 
at Co-ed Cottage the aroma of 
hamburgers cooking filled the 
atmosphere. When everyone had 



ba i 



school, 



was served hamburger and 
drinks on the yard of Co-ed I 
tage. After the hamburger su[ 
'was over Paul Stovall and 
Jolly assembled the group in 
yard in front of Co-ed Cottage 



. U. 



• tW, 



stead of at the church as 
This finished the B. S. U. me 

Some Sunday afternoon 
on in the quarter the B, S, 
planning another outing. Thi 
will be at Lake Trahlyta. Eve 
Will be invited to attend. 



i Burg 
ihnson, H Deat 
MoRae, C Wo 

... ■. . r. Mh 



I, G, Hall, J 
, L. Morris. D. 
, Tom May, R. 



The three hulls in front of I 
awnehopi mean that two to c 
ou won't get it beck. 



iroke the spell. "John, dear," she 
isked softly, "can you drive with 

"Yes, sweet," he cooed in ectasy 
>f anticipation. 

"TVien," said the lovely one, 



A serious impediment 1 
age nowadays is the ii 
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Lehigh Men Left 

Saturday for Home 



came from Lehigh to take a third 
term of A. S. T. R. P. work at 
X G d left on Saturday, April 

their home in Maryland. Virginia, 
and Pennsylvania. 

Two men. Kenneth Terg, and 
Clain ("Rabbit") Paules. are eligi- 
ble f OT a fourth term at North 
Carolina State College. Ten men, 
Fuller. Bond, Psioletti, Arcovia. 
Simor, Taylor. Schiffer, John .and 
Roucroft. expect to be called to 
immediate active service. The oth- 
ers will return home in civilian 
clothes and wait to be called by 

Those who are ordered to act- 
ive duty and those who receive 
another term will have a short 
furlough and they will be required 






home. On 



the other band, those who go hon 
in civilian attire have a choice i 

or being paid 5 cents a mile ft 
the distance from Dahlonega, 
thier home. Several boys plan I 



Brightwell Heads 
The Officers' Club 



rather slow start this 
has now hit its full i 
At the first organ 
ng they elected thei 



President; Chandler Lanier, 
President; Paul Fiquette. Seere 
tary, and "Nick" Nichols, 

The Officers' Club is planning 
to have it? quarterly banquet 
about the middle of May and a 



Wesley Foundation 
Surges Forward 

Under the leadership of the I 
j Wesley Foundation Council, the j 

, earned eleven dolalrs through sell- j 
| ing magazine subscriptions. The I 
Wesley Foundation room has been . 
I painted by the members and two 
bought to give the room a 



U.S.O. Has Plans Rex Frat Pledges 
ForSchoolPIeasure 15 New Members 



I the Rex Fratei 



111..:,: Chn 

"H.ghiuac 



)sphei 



The 



w:h r 



the committe 
Mrs. Belch 



Home Ec. Club 
Plans Breakfast 

The Home Economics Club held 
i- second bi-weekly meeting of 
Jie quarter, Friday, April 20. As 

it the first meeting, the officers 
>f the Club for this quarter were 
■letted Friday . 
Plans of entertainment for this 



:■ 1 U.i.- 



hike 



Creek Friday afternoon and a p 

c Hfterwards, Also the Club 
inning a Sunday morning hi 
ay the 17 followed by a bres 
lit at Co-ed Cottage for t 
rig and their dates. 



Saying Of Grace 
Is Welcome Idea 

Sometime ago, right after the 

serving in the dining hall to the 
cafeteria style, a group of re- 
servist* from Missouri started 
having grace before the meals. 
Other reservists noticed this and 
rapidly took over the idea. Later, 
at the request of Mrs. Weston, 

the blessing at each meal. 

At first, the students were a 
little embarrassed, especially the 



ind < 



the stiflnei 
really feel 



la ed with the idea. The; 
s a good thing all alon 



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>s, has been made avail- 
he Wesley Foundation 
Plans have been made 

■ planned at the Retreat 



Retreat and presented at the fol 
lowing Wesley Foundation meet- 
ing. They are as follows: 
President— Mary Edna Kling, 
Vice-Prts.— Frank Parker. 



rs and Celestt 

World Relation Chairman — Anr 
Sanders. 

Community Service Chairman- 
Ann Woolsey. 

Worship Chanrman— Philip Parvin 

Recreation Chairman— Mary Ann. 

A vital organ of the Wesley 

Foundation is the "Wesley Found- 
ation News" published bi-weekly. 

The staff is as follows: 
Editor-in-chief— Sallie Cook. 
Editorship— Chandler Lanier. 
News Editor— Ann Sanders. 
Business Manager— Charles Green. 
Circulation Managers— Joy May- 



Fraiei 



Faust 



Typists— Frances Harbin and 

Evelyn Spain. 
Faculty Advisor— C. M. Yager. 

The Wesley Foundation lent 
Frances Harbin and Phillip Parvin 
to a state-wide conference held at 
Omyers Ap.il '28. All the colleges 
in Georgia were represented; the 
purpose being to plan the work of 
the Wesley Foundation for the 

A hike to Clay Creek and cold 
plate supper at Co-ed cottage on 
April 8 was attended by the thirty- 
five members of the Wesley 
Foundation. Mrs. C. A, Sheets, 



Mrs. Sheets keeps the county H 
brary open for the boys on Satur 
day night and Sunday afternoon 



feel at home. They accomplish 
their not too easy task to thi 
"nth" degree by giving dances 
picnics, bingo parties, and variet; 
shows. All of you remember thi 
Square Dance that Saturday 
night and the volley ball toi 
men! and wciner roast Sunday 

For the month of May the pro- 
gram will include' May 5— Dr. 
Simms will show a niovir- thnt 
night, May 13— (Mothers' Day) 
Then 1 will be a big contest and 
there will be six winners. To those 
will go a free phone call. Thnt is, 
they will phone their mothers, or 
girl friends or anyone they might 
choose, from the U. S. O. building 
•if the phone can be installed). 
Fi.ll.nvmg the contest and phone 
calls; there will be a musical 



t the ( 



. May 



20— A gala picnic to Cane Creek 
Falls is planned with all invited 
and food provided. May 26— Prof. 
England has charge of the pro- 
gram. Coats of mail - 
mended for the evening. 

Remember all Cadets, Co-eds. 



Reservists a. 
j. O. really dei 
g ii [ending 

off the cumpi 






standing in its history. 

The officers for this quarter 
are: President, Edgar McCord; 

Vice-president, Paul Fiquette; 
Second Vice-president, Willie 
Westbrook : Secretary and Trea- 
surer, John Sperry; Chaplain, 
Sergeant-at- 



. Joe Howell. 
es their regul 



the e 



f ih, ,, 



mis i'liinne.1 



-mal 



- May 1 






ohn 



tyta, May 

Fifteen pledges have been n 
nated for this quarter. They 
as follows; Edward Barin 
Robert Collier, Stan Esco, J 
Gurlcy, Gordon Hall, John Haines 
Billy K.rklnnd, Charlie Marshall 
Rnbert Nfirris, Richard Rowe 
Frank Sheffield, Julius Still, 
Thomas Stovall, Clark Thomas, 
and Clarence Tucker. 

The fraternity is looking for- 
ward to lots of fun and an inter- 



Science Club Here 
To Elect Officers 

i Science Club has had iU 

n-gulnr meetings! this quarter New 
r- have not yet been olocted 
but the programs have been very 
,.n,i Chandler Lanier gave mme 
irst hand information about the 
uper-chnnro motor at the first 
leetlng Prof Powell talk,,! on 
Some Common Errors in Draw- 
ig" at the lant meeting. The co- 
edi thnt wen' prettnt developed 
Interest in Engineering Draw- 
ing especially when Mr, Powell 
told of the magnificent John that 



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General Merchandise 

A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

"YOUR QJEAJ - IRE OUR IDEALS" 
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Strolling The Barracks 






■ known, 



N. G. 



less most people are always 
ested in what happens to th 
pie they know and to thingri 
do. Having satisfied my guilty 
conscience. Ill try to recoui 



ire duty immediuMy while 
must change to civiliai 
'or a few months. Although 
welcomes a vacation a k'uy 
t of place without his uni- 



thc 



,„ had 

the guts to rtJck out the full time 
and come through with pRsulng 

grades. Athletically, they 

have lift their mark "Rod" 
George broke the cr«sn country by 

run over Crown MoUnUl 

eighteen ratoutei and thirteen 
seconds. The) battered the eld 
record of 19:03 by fifty lOOOndl. 
"Cat" Schiffei lnwi. .I !)«' turn 
for the large obtncle course to 
four minutes, end the time foi all 
the (•moll obatacle eoui 

■ i\ ■.'■■■'n i ■■ i The 

basketball team under the leadei 
ship of Dick Martmon showed its 
strength m o one polnl lota '■•• 

Git i then wonl 

on to defeat Ace CI I 

T R. P team In two predi i In 

"'<■ '■■ I k'l Hi" 1-llH-ll ll'Illll 

■ 'll.li' ■ V.Ti II l-ll a, , ' 

team wai wJtl i II rej 



hree months ago also are havini 
i welcome one-week vacation be 

Two of the most popular boy 
it N. C. C, Yatos «»I Hillinfi 
lave left. Yates left because o 
jl academic failure, and Hilling 
lecause he applied for active ser 
ice. Chandler plans to do thi 

uuld easily toll thai he too, wa: 
MVfDg ow merry circle, by hli 
ivies. HI* words drifted over 
But I'm not quitting, I'm with 
rawing. There's a difference!' 
ih yes, as the Major said, "Spring 

A ml nided lad once i It th. 



night, vntini liiTit mi vi-nifi- 

;d corn flakes and glue, For 

Is, Ph tain, ■■ and 

Wojlcchowskl (G 

ii' i .inn viu! STou'ro 

BTona-I) bea i nthu la He 

hen they wore taaghl how to 
pitch ji ten I and rump III military 






foi 1 



chock oul equip 

bike wnii the equlpi I 

, i the f'"»l from 

or, off they woi the 

Into tin' hllli %t 
North Georgia I ' i 
., :i,, p|i tun thi ■■ ii'--- in tt" 
mi ii.ii.-i- tell the 

whola tuiili ii boo ■ 10 cold 

hi i"". veka un al ~ 80 ■ 
ii could n'l :■■ 
To i'ii' ii off thi ■ i 
ba< i. too !■■■■ ■ 

i ii Km I'n' la I ' 

!■■. ii nil H bad 
if i vy. 



IQ's of ASTR's 



Appropriate c immi rtl 

a fire extinguisher can hum. 

A l"i "( i"'..|ili' Im.l ii lot nf fun 
(iliiyinc |>'.i . 

Win c .i-ri 

table be left up pi rmanontlyt 



f N. i 



. I.t Tuylnr. 



borboi ihop, 'Wi.li. boys, n look* 

i- -..hi I'm, going 

l ! 

Slg bulletin board of Bar- 

"I..-I i;,ii,ii, ■ , ■ . | || ., 
Pli n ■■ roturn II to 
Room 02 to A ' 

Will I"' i-i'.i'n to whoevoi i- 

hom i '■ 
li", 



THE CADET BUGLER 

No Doubt You've 
Noticed 

By Mary Anne Martin 






r-looVfn 
1 dres 



Carolyn Wall's pigtails tied with 
right plaid shoestrings. 

The playshoes everybody beg; 
o wear as soon as the thermom 
er began picking up a few ext 
cgrees: Anne Edge's sandals, co 

Uting mainly of two huge whit* 
inen straps. The bright yellow, 
tue, or red sen !; 
trelchy tops which Mintil, Bobby 
een. Carolyn Huff, and ( 



■aring 






Ranking high 
preference are black patent ankl< 
strap sandals and sling pumps. 

George, admiring Becky* iwee 
little yellow skirt I Jackal 

The crisp white ph »ti (| short 



|.lllV"r 



, Of I 



acquired by ipei d 

moment on the eouthwoet sld-' of 

the bam. 

,i Carolyn WaJl'a 
newest expression of their love 
fur the M»vy Jnunty sailor hats. 
Iterky and Millie adding to their 
hi ii-i.r and Dpi 
platform lolu. 
Botty Joan Merit looking email 
■ 

I. I,,-II| flll'lll III "'.III ■ ulll|. !<■!■■ V, ill. 

belt and hugi 

■ very military "B" Company 
Captain Wayne Palmer proudly 

spurting i> ■[■ : 

i in . ti i ling silver bracelet 

Mi \ m proudly topping off 

■ 
■ ■ We iik.' it! 

i i 'ii- accenting her 

blondneai with ■ fu 

iron and fuehala aeeofiorlea. 

Mary Ann Uoorc tool Ing al 

■I i> v, ■ 1'iing flowei in 

frilly pBitel plnaforee 



New Lights of N.G.C. 



alculos teacher, 111 t 



ly after thi 
prer. fartnei 



n-al of the 
nks of this 
.lemented by the 



irn, Alabama. These tr 
completed six months of 
it Alabama Polytechnic 



tine l. 

kind assistance of the students, 

the faculty and 

ists, they felt a 

mediately. The 

men* of being t 
large university to a smaller, more 
Isolated college *™>n faded when 
the new trainees "got in the 
groove" and found out what North 
Georgia College wax like. They 
to find tliat they didn't 
arch for blocks and 



tural disappoin 
i inferred from 









tors are inclined toward the 

theory that u tight dress stops 

girl's circulation but we are of 

c opinion that it increases it— 

The Plainsman. 

The squad of recruits had been 

l| to the rifle range for their 

first try al marksmanship. They 

knelt at 2-10 yards and fired. Not 

■ 

tried at 100 yards. 

v.. i I. int "Ten hiin'" the sergeant 

drawled, "Fix bayonets! Charge! 

. chance." 






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THE STUDENTS 1 EXCHANGE 

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Ice Cream Sandwiches Drinks 

JACK ROBERTS, M K r. 



well satisfied 



i had I 









and recept 

new "civilians" naturally mi: 

Since there are about four ti 
as many boys as there are p 
it is a physical 






week 



nihility for 

date. The 



>roughly enjoyed by everyone 
io was fortunate enough to at 
e Creek and 



end. The hikes 

fie river, and the talkec 

" Lake Trahlyta are equally 












nost of the fellows 
to sit around and twiddle 
thumbs. Some of the more 
turous souls have attempted 
wilds of Georgia 
camping, but they 
with colds and 



i havi 



If this condition could l 
emedled and a few dances . 
larties or hikes or hay-rides i 

reaaore hum.'., or anything cou 
ie arranged to bring a weleon 



.the 



'ould probably be 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA, GA 

WEEK BEGINNING 

Thursday. May 10 

"BRAZIL" 

•*■''" in Bruce - Tito Guizar 



Saturday 

"MEET MISS 

BOBBY SOCKS" 

B")> I'rnsijy . Lynn Merrick 



Monday and Tuesdav 

"HATHING BEAUTY" 

Red skelton 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

In the Henri of ihe Blue Ridge Mountain! 

Diihlunecn. Ga. 



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1 ollege Mends have always met here I 
the matters on the campus and here it la that 
you have continually broughl your 
anjoj our— 
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IARDS 



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Wednesday 
"BIG BONANZA" 

Richard Arlen and 
Lynne Roberts 



Thursday and Fridav 
'CALL OF THE JUNGLE" 

Ann Cut-in - James Bush 



Saturday 
"DANCING IN 

MANHATTAN" 
Fred Brady - Jeff D..imell 



Monday and Tuesda: 

"DRAGON SEED" 

Kathryn Hepburn ar, 

Walter Huston 



Wednesday 

"THE POWER OF THE 

WHISTLER" 

'liehard Dix - Janis Ca rte; 

Thursday and Fridav 

"ARSENIC AND OLD 

LACE" 



Saturday 
UTAH" 



THE CADET BUGLER 



THE TIPOFF 

Br Ralph Ivey 

fhe basketball games and boxing bouts ended with a "band" at 
n d of the winter quarter. By now we hope that everyone is cured 

TENNIS 

This quarter started with the rolling, pressing, and lining, of the 
nja eourtl in petting them ready for playing. It seemed good to 
!M the tennis courts being marked off at the beginning of this quarter 
«anse we knew that the taught, cold winter had ended. But just 
fter the courts were put in playing condition we had a short cold 
p,]| that delayed the use of the courts. The sun soon became bright 
nd hot again and couples trailed lazily down to the courts with "spring 
fervor" to have a "hot" game of tennis. The courts are in constant 
ise now when the weather will permit and usually there is a big crowd 
itting on the sidelines watching the games enthusiastically while 
raiting their turn to play. We are looking forward to the intra-mural 
nn is tournament which will create a great deal of interest and should 
■rovide some exciting matches. 

VINMS TRACK 

Sharing the highlights in sports of this quarter with tennis will 
the competition between Company "A". Company "B", and the 
ind in track cross-country, broad jump, high jump, 100 and 220 
rd dash, obstacle course, etc. Coach is getting us in practice for 
esc events by putting us through the "enjoyable" phys-ed classes. 

SOFTBALL 

•he cadets at the Simmons House split a double-hitter with the 
team Sunday afternoon, April 8th. With the steady pitching of 
Harold Craig, the Simmon's House boys won a victory over the town 
i in the first game with a score of 15 to 9. In the second game 
Bill Price pitching and Jack Roberts playing third base, the town 
i defeated the Simmon's House boys 9 to 2 after a hard fought 
e. Another game to play the tie off was scheduled to be played 
Sunday afternoon, April 15th, but was called off for the B. S. U. hike 
ane Creek Falls. The play-off of these games will probably be 
•d in the near future. When it is played we can be sure of some 
fighting between the two teams. 

SIDELINES 

i'es, Coach ii a til] saying "Let's go over the mountain today, boys." 
worse than ever before now that it is hot when you have to run 
mountain," especially for the seventh period class. In this class 
of the boys, should we say. "lose 'heir dinner" when they get 
e ' >p of Crown Mountain, Seventh period is probably the hottest 
of the day and when you have just eaten a big dinner (if you 
ind that much to eat) and have to run Crown Mountain you could 
out what I mean. 

While running the "mountain" with sweat pouring off of you and 
think that your next step will be your last one you hear Coach 
ing'-. voice echoing over the hill, "Chop, Chop, Let's go! Let's go! 



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WANTED — 1 
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outing of the t 



WANTED— Another guard report 
like the one after Federal In- 
pection. —The Paroled. 



I' ANTED— The 



U AN 1 ED— To know why a bund 
of handsome ASTRP's don't date 
! They just look at the co-ede. 

—Everybody 



U AM Kit— More Cadet 



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Y ANTED— Som 



-Prof. England 



Carolyn Wall. — Shfw 

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ASTRP Plays LeHteh Boys 
In Late Basketball 



Chandler's ASTRP team and Dick 

Hartman'a LeHigh team. Mr. York 

and Mr. Potter wore the referees, 



played before quarters — find fnsl 
and exciting. Hnrtman scored higl 
the first game with 1J points for 
LeHigh, and Chandler rang 1 
points for lh.- ASTRP. In the 
second game. Wider held first 

place with i i point 

and Chandler held the lead for the 

ASTRP with 14 points. 



BUY WAR BONDS 



HULSEYS 



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WREN IN GAINESVILLE 



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Roosevelt Square 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 

LADIES' and CHILDREN'S KEADY-TO-WEAR 
Gainesville, Ga. 



Rec Club Elects 
Officers; Song Nite 
Proves Success 

At the beginning of this quarter 
the Rec Club started in full swing 
to complete old activities and make 

essary first to elect new officers 
to replace those who did not re- 
turn. Shirley Zipglor hecanie 
president and Winnie Phillips, 
vice-president; Kathryn Sessoms 

Jean Smith, badminton manager. 
Reorganization also occurred in 
th, individual teams, and the cap- 

'ng are: Hippolytans, Prances 
Harbin and Phoobie Langford; 
Mercurcans. Virginia Pledger and 
Peggy Tyson; Phi Omicrons. EI 
Kensington and Ruth Sisk; Trah- 
lytans. Celeste Faust and Doris 



The 



i led by 



m-tivity was the com- 
Inst quarter's volloy 

Th.- phi Omi- 



the tferctroana .—„,„ 

in second; the Hippolytans, third; 
ami th,. Tnihlyr.ms, f.iurth From 
the si- foil, tennis wore choiOn slghl 

of the best players foi V ii ■. 

These wore Sullie Cook, Carolyn 

Utllit Wateon, El Kenning- 



ton— Phi On 
Joan Terry, 



Vlviai 



Lcnora Tate, 



M i"v. April ii, in the College 

auditorium One month 

team took some familiar tune and 

composed won!, fitting I 

team song. Then .-nth tr-iim sung 

and lolntlj the Rec Club song 
Judged by Mill Donovan, M)«n 

R iy, and Ml Bailey lontenl 

. 
tation, thi Hippolytai 

ind wore Followed re 
nectivol) by the Phi Omleron . 
Trahlytnns, ami Mercureom 

thla i ting rt receiving the 

small letter for 860 pi 

Martha Sue Burch, Ethel Htati, 

Virginia Pledger, Caroline WjiM. 

MiMio.l U.v 

■ . 

■ ■.-. letter for earning 

1200 point . and El Ka ngtoii 

■ ii nlng ovei 

• In BatunU] . April 1 1. the Bee 

Club presented i 'pin i ift" In 

Id- oolli,;.. i-vriiFi l tor,, liu, „-,,,!- 






the 



■ ■ 

rjl the 
i roughly en- 



Rules Laxed 
—Slightly 

| ■'■!,! 

All court* for girls use during 
a-» periods, 10:00, 11:00. 12:00, 
Monday, WttomiMy, Friday. 

. fi 2:00 

i Saturday. 

>s and glrli may play 



■oth.l 



5:00. 



If rules are dUfOfe 
.11 bs taken away. 



THE CADET 



THE CADET BUGLER 

CO-EDITORS. Luther Vmlon, Shirley ZUgltr 

BUSINESS MANAGER Cfcor/« Wood 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph l»ey 

FEATURE EDITOR Mary Anne Martin 

EXCHANGE EDITOR Jean Smith 

FEATURE STAFF. Joe Lipson. Russell While 
NEWS STAFF.. ..Georgine Cash. Lehman Keith. 
Davtd Wynn. Chandler Lamer Lurlene 
Smelley. Edgar McCord, Evelyn Spain. 
Saltie Cook. Davis King. Anne Woolsey. 
Mary Henderson. Juanila Miller. Kath- 
leen Erazer. Anne Edge. Bill Cooke. 
FACULTY ADVISORS K M. England. 

H H. Gilbert 

~ MY FRIENDS 

By Prof. England 

I liink wo shall fr.-i ■ national loneliness for many 

ijay; hf. ■ ji u <■ r I j « |m ,n, i|„ij rind dearly li.vcil r>lnyc r 

has left the stage. Wc shall grow accustomed to 
others who may take hi* role, for thi 1 drama of life 
must go on. But wo Khali take with u.i the cherished 
memory of the truly great perform oi to whom the 
successors ore but u» candle bearari Poi Pranklli 
H ii play is played out and thi i urtaln ■ 

drawn shut. But the work of u bnvc and gallant 
trouper continues in Ihe life unci heart 'if the nation. 

Mrs. Roosevelt made the wisest observation wo 
rjav< yet heard about her husband's grea 

story," she said, "ll over." And it is. It wan a 

magnificent story. And the effect of the story and 

thf lory ,.r. In-n to guide US atul 

those who come aftei in \i wo ioI the story down 
justly and faithfully foi them to ■■■--. i fiopi m 
will do that. 

Ill symbol of 

faith and humanity for a lon| I Eli produced 

for us a notion wherein the dc n prjnclploi 

loglnnlng to 1«> 

'>"■< » ■ li'im euntit k and activat- 
ing the guarantei of then 
hungry, clothed the ragged, and i ■ 

■ ■■■■ dldri i i ■ ii -i Miry which 

permitted ll citlaen to starve, Through him our 
lelf-roepeotlng and lolf-iupportlng, 

■ r roll abound In 
dead, thoy abound oven on the campu 

i Colli i . . ii, 

I inl all, the \u. m Bui d ,■ 

Library. Read the plaqu i the (ronl of thi Ubntri 

near the flagpoli I hi i 

everywhere In the United Stotoi Bui think of the 

.'■iiij.Ii In. mtiT 

!'" ■' '"' "■ i'1-i'i i » I '-'iiu'i-ivi' llii- number 

"i"l "!-■ niurnifiii-iir. 1. 1 In ,- | u ,.il.- 

Franklin Roosevelt, a badly crippled mini. 
■ 

kindness, Ui« ta\ 

■■■'■ 

KaiHj, JIopi-, ami I'lium; ' 

i ays of his life 

■ i 

: »" "I" l-gi'-l evrll l,r. foilillj 

Virtue's aide. 



Just Amblin' 



AROUND THE CAMPUS 



Maybe you haven't noticed but 

ence of fires lately. Don't get 
ne wrong but actually there has 



, nevertheless that < 



silly to be without < 



und damage insurance. 

Company and all of that, but "B" 
Company is in for a lot of credit 
for getting out on that muddy drill 
field last Monday and doing such 
a swell job on the extended order. 



j of t 












dl»h 01 
they handled it is 



On top of that the rain drenched 
them to the akin and the wind 
played merry havoc with their body 
warmth. 

There have been a lot of com- 
ment* on the flags on the campus 
lately. Since Roosevelt's death the 



garrison flag has been quite con- 

jr.icuous and it isn't anything to 
be proud of. Not only the garrison 
flag but the regimental flag in 
the auditorium, the college flag, 



; opened in 



when i 
Is it t 
I the college in- club managed 



S fl 


r at least so we 


we 


would know it, 


thi 


t ratio? Scienc 




ves at the last 


U 


snare ten of th 


attendance; and on 









May first. 
ys were. absent with 
; day. Of course it 



on the campu*. We're pretty lucky 

time, but really we need pavement 

on the walkways and 
It's hard to keep shoi 
for inspection whe 
through mud at least once ■ wee] 
We of the staff hope that thi 
edition will suit your fancy. It' 



itely a boys' military school, t 
being a mere after-thought, but here we 
these after-thoughts building the backbon 

organizations. Disgraceful, isn't it, but Ll 
things stand. Is it lack of interest, laaii 
what is it that dis 



collei 



It's 



dition, anyway, and only the c-lin 
M rry goMbricks on our campus i 






' be M. 









r fir.- 






BARNSTORMING 



'i In mill i.l thai mew perfume, from formaldehyde, 

.... i, ,m ,.!.■■ love ll! 
The <; I »ocks that Mary Anne Martin uses to roll up her hair on. 
Calm thai was disturbed by Mary Williams rod 
Mini,,, .imii W.ili.i .....I Pearl Hairell back at N.G.C., renewing 
■ ■ 

■ eome — the search for 
in. mi between quarter! and light*. 

U Bearl Sing?" 



aware of the fact, Dahlonega is the Lumpkin c 
seat, and therefore the home of the biennial county 
court. I think there must have been very few Ho- 
st least, during this past court week, and the know], 
edge we found there will undoubtedly— long outlait 
the physics and chemistry we battle so earnestly 
day by day. 

The court room is not naturally attractive — ugh 
tan walls, off-shade, dark, wine-colored woodwork. 
oddly carved wooden seats, and naked electric light 
bulbs banging from a high dusky ceiling. There wm 
a large essembly of North Georgia citizens at the 
half year session of court. Combinations of pink 
hats and red feathers, with an extra touch of blue, 
green, and orange, were very distracting as I trie* 
the proceedings. 



■ Ml.-... .1 l.v 'I I n<1:.-i 

Borne CO edl vanishing Into s< 

vhorc did they i 

Tho comp • 

■ 

■I Ml, 01 in ll'" i- to 



i and reappearing 



Barn 



The proceedings— ah! there's another little mat- 
lions of court were entirely different 
om the actual conditions I found. The proceeding 
ent on seemingly oblivious to the continual coming 
id going of curious on-lookers, and the whispering 
i.l sii|i|.ii. ■ i-.l laughter between the judge and 



arguments and pointleis 
week provided and unuiuil 
and useful knowledge fur 



dynamiting a rfvei 



i' on stops complicating the 
mdry Ituttlon. 
Dol Brunor kooping the piano hoi now thai Mary Williams Is 

■ 



Have Faith In Us 



.. 









fori 






*7/te OncineAxdo^ 



i ■ PJ D 



I WALK ALONE 

1 

softly, Tho campus m 

and speoki of mi,, dropped a mi I 

The daily-tramped drill 

natural bowl 

ll.,. ind H, 

■ ".■ dairy ban 

■ afraid ol ll ark 

dining hall. Not a bad I |i 

■ 

..■'... . . ..... 

which a row ••■ 

: we aklni 



■ 

Wondei 

ii \n i.l til 






. n i . 



9, i inl i; . 



I that fact. Now I don't mean that «f 

... 'v.. .-.. n.-o enough to know 

pop talks about living once in a while. 

■ ■■ ■ . '■■•,■.. 

" lli " rnn things the rik'ht way and by OUI our 

methods, 

■ have no worries, but ' 
oven Di. .ugh they ate insignificant in the ^om 

realm, tliey are our maj.n t 

and Dad you are old enough to d« 
thing, or bow lo get rid 
how to go to three shows and finish 
■ notebook all by next Friday, or trouble with some 
■ 

But somehow after the first f«« 
• i-v a part of the vagi" at* 
on with neither mei I .. 

We . 
theories a" *J 



,H well and S** 






■ 



cedint 

■ 












The cat dJ .-•■ 

... . v 

■■' 

tllll PnnticaJ. 
ly I dash for the Barn, stopping .>.,. 
handful of pebble. tO throw at , lt th< lighted window 
Please someone come down to unloci 



m« to come Uek 
Payne! 

ihout at;AU'» Beaux. 



op. In th 
■ 
down to business 
■• will have s« 

■ 
<.od and la . 






■ ■■ : 



do it. And we wiU spend the &* 



■via we v\u spcn« •— 
> fussing and worrying to get a good i 
'Img the world to luit ourselv- — ' 



V #• Cadet BuqI&i M 

' 77ie Voice 0/ North Georgia College ^ 



VOLUMN XV. 



President Rogers 
Visits Washington 



Pre 



■nded 



essentially military colleges 
United States. They are N 
University in Vermont. P< 
vania Military College, Vi 
Polytechinc, The Citadel, CI 
Texas A. & M. and North 
gia College. 



by the war and their effects on 
the ROTC. The meeting wssheld 
at the Army and Navy Club. 

Resolutions were adopted in re- 
gard to the postwar ROTC and 

part m en t through the group 
chairman, General C. E. Kilbourne, 
superintendent of V. M, I. 

General Edward W. Smith, ex- 
ecutive for Reserve and ROTC af- 
fairs, addressed the group and in- 
timated that there would probably 

ments in the Corps. 

Each of the eight colleges pre- 
sented a list of former cadets who 

a.is interesting to know that from 
the eight colleges have come four 
outstanding generals of which 
North Georgia has contributed 
one, General Courtney H. Hodges, 
commander of the First Army in 



ROTC. 
. in Washington, Pre 
visited the Pentago 




Summer Quarter To Provide 
Varied Program of Activities 



Sigma Theta Frat 
Gives Dance, Goes 
To Trahlyta Lake 



LAKE TRAHLYTA 



Birthday Party 
At Sanford Hall 
For Miss Donovan 



Friday night at 10«0 in Sanfort 
Hall living room. Cookies anc 

special birthday cake was present- 
ed to Miss Donovan by the San- 
ford Hall officers, Carolyn Nortl 
and Alice Redmond. 



This 






a prelude to the actual birthday 
celebration on Saturday, May 20th 
Under the guidance of Miss Bailey 
the girls planned a day of special 
i.f appreciation. From 

hour. Miss Donovan received birth- 



. and thei: 
ent chaper 



The Sigma Th 
went to town the j 
the delight if its 
■ 

At 1:30. May 1 
londed down with 

Sanford Hall for Lake 
Trahlyta. The ride was sparked 

■ f Jimmy Burdette. Leo 
! Buster Johnson who 

kept up a steady flow of non- 

■ only they can. The 
. ■ didn'1 do so bad either. Up- 
headed for! 

he bathhouse and the lake Condi- 
., prohibitive, 
■ 

■ ried when ■ girl dived 

ir sandwiches, cakes and 

. . ■ ■■ ..■ 

Burton. Prof England. 
Henning. 

i , Theta also sponsored 

■n informal dance at the Gym on 

Might, May 26. Punch 



Freshman Week 
Schedule 



Wednesday, June 13—8:00 a. i 
Rgistration for Freshmen ai 

Thursday— Classwork begin*. 



Trahlyta Provides 
Fine Vacations 
For NGC Students 












mall but 

capable concession and last, but 
far from least, a bathhouse and 
diving board. Boating forma an- 
other past i me and scattered here 
and there through the thick trees 
(hat crowd the shoreline are rustic 
grills and tables for thi 

mini! ,'huner's to wander tn.ru I In 
thoughts. 



20 To Graduate 
Here On June 6 

of North Georgia College will be 

In Id Wednesday afternoon, June 
C, 1345. There will be a final mil- 
itary parade of the quarter at 2:00 
and the graduation exerci; 
lowing that, will take ptaci 

ciiDl'^c auditorium, Dr. Kenneth 
R Williams. Dean of the College 
of Education, University of Geor- 

»■■■■ ', loor^ni, will be the. 

Prospective graduates are: Al- 
mn Cannon, Cleveland. Georgia; 
Lamar Gene Coleman, Garfield, 
Georgia; Grace Conner, Dahlon- 

i G< irgla; Saltie Cook, Demor- 
est, Otalgia; Irene Elizabeth For- 
rester, Head River, Georgia; Mar- 
jorie Oleo Gibbs, Ty Ty. Georgia; 
Sara Frances Harbin, Ijivonin, 
Georgia; Eleanor Kcnnington 
Oehlnehnee, Georgia; Ethel M111U, 
Rocknitirt, Georgia; Clara Jean 
Nil.l.uk, Jefferson, Georgia; James 
Moody Nichols, Blue Ridge, Geei 
triii ; Wayne Palmer, Panama City 
Florida; Martiha Claire Phillips, 
Dry Branch, Georgia; Virginia 
Pledger, Cedartown, Georgia; Em- 
ma Jo Sims, Clarkston. Georgia; 
Ruih Sisk. ToceoB, Georgia; Lur- 
lene Smclley, Huldwm. I l.^r/ia, 

Caroline Wall Pittmai I 
tonville, Gc ■ 
Macon, Georgia, 



Lake Trahlyta is only 
inny spots in the 



North Georgia that seem to 
been touched l.v God '■ 
Ijike Wiu-ega, even Crown Moun 
tain when jrou a 

Even if you came from -down 
.South" :md there's on empty ph 
in you can that only bi 
rolling flat land, and even L 
won't admit it, there's a little 



; of : 



valley and i 



Exam Schedule 



Lanier Is Made 
President YMCA 
In Reorganization 



then. The cabin.'! . 



;. n of format mem 

Foi Jolly, -'"' 

BUI| W ly Sn 

■ 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

On May 12. the "V" held "« In 
formal dance, one el the beat ir 



e for freshmen. Classoa for the 
t quarter tvill begin on June 
On this day tho students will 



begin theti work . 



for 



nded eduoatlon i 

up teel aJ training, 

duoteea mil find the i 
a com o ■ 



lUeed trn id 

pre-medleej courses are also to 
offered The 
e of courses has I n printed 

b provlout edition. 

: publll livelier 

■ ipedlte gradna> 









begin at the 

(i igulai summer 

quarter, 

,| '" add to the entta I il d1 

■■ -I the u ■!-, the 

local fraternities and othoi « In] 
organisation bav< I ild plan foj 

and the other be.au> 

kie.i throughout thia North Geor. 
[and, 'J'Iht i- will uino 
be formal and Informal duncoij 

mi planned by the school 

01 I'l'"/ ■ 

■ .',i thi Win 

men! the worl 

■ nue through the lum- 

onth il..- r. 
itimmer will be unuaually 



1 May D, Prof I 



TUESDAY, JUNE 5—10:30 - 1:00 

102 • English 202. 
TUESDAY, JUNE 5 -2:10 - «:* n 

IS - Commerce 111c - I 
. i.y«ie» 222. 
WEDNESDAY, June 6—8:00 - 10:00 
Chemutry 222 - Math 222 - Co mm ere 



ihtp, At the I.' 

■ 
held Boy who are not y.i menv 

" ■ 

for you— take nd 



of i 



English 201 ful bei 



|«d a delight- 






! 6—1030 - 



liah 101 S S tnP ' , ' da tee who attei 

re Chandler l-anler and 

■V, Bunnell Pearce and 

■ Speakirr 101 Jn * n T ' ,^^ J f ■ ^ B * r ' i * P*yn» and 






the 
I the goodly number °' 



B end the fraternity 

"ill take an early-morning hike 

and cook breakfast. 

The destination will probably be 

Fall* and a goodly 

qoota of ehaperoBe* will be in et- 



'.radtwtion Exercise* — Beeeptioo. 
THUBSDAY, JUNE 1 

THURSDAY. JUNE ' 

■ 
THI" BSD AY. JUNB ' 



MildrH WV- . 
and Mary Jai 

Still and Dot !: 

■i..,x and Mary Ann- Martin, Pa 



Summer Quarter 
Concert Planned 






cordially invited 



.11 ".tick" 
Join in 



Club. 

■ 
ogratn i> a* follow*: 
' g 
■ 
The Dayi of I»ng Ag ■ 

■ I 

I 

i iil<kow»ky 
■ 

— Tuchalnkowiky 

■ 
■ 



Carmichael 



i 



■ Commerce 207 - Spanish i 



ath 105 - Math 1 



i ., .,-. ; ■,: ■! 

Arranged 
Tr.wKk and . 

Barton and Anne Edge. Ra!r"i — 

[vey and Jean Smith. .1 
MrGe* and Phylll« R--nf> 

- Major and Mr. 

■' -Di.mukea 
i 



Bridge 



Lt. Ben F. Parks 
Killed In Action 



t North Georg 



Lt. Ben F. Parks, previously i 
ported missing, was killed in acti 
in Belgium, December 24, 19< 
the War Department has officially 
notified his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Floyd A. Parks of Athens. 

Lt. Parks was a graduate ol 
North Georgia Junior College and 
University of Georgia and in 
December, 1942 

lege he was a member ol the 
Sigma Theta fraternity, Captain 
of Company C, a lieutenant colonel 
in the ROTC infantry regiment, 
a member of the Officers Club, 
the Dramatic Clob and the YMCA. 
Entering the Army in January, 
1943, he was graduated from the 
Officers' Candidate School at 
Fort Benning. He was married to 
the former Misa Janice Hatcher, 

Besides his wife and parents, 
he is survived by four sinter*, Mr*. 
Hoyt Robertson, of Athens; Mrs. 
Billy PiltmBn, of Mayaville; Mrs. 
T. K. Cunningham, of Lancaster, 
S. C, and Mrs. A, J. Gardiner, of 



Lt. Parks was a membei M 
Prince Avenue Baptist church, 

stuff '.'f Ihe AthetiM Bitimir-Mernl.l. 

In [i letter to Ben'a mother, Ma- 
Hoi 1111a aald "Bi n 

wos the moat capable offlcei I bed 

and in my estimation, the most 
loyal and capable lieutmant in 

the 75th Division, " On Sumtiiv p. 
m. .Iiinr 10, 1 1, i ■ r , ■ will lie mi'iiiur ml 

it Athena. Mr. Ynung of 

■ 



N.G.C. Alumnus 
Now Famed For 
Newspaper Work 



ticular to the public, now has 
firm hold as No. 2 editorial ma 
in the Hearst empire. For 29 year 



death of Joe rv.nnelJy, 



Public Speaking 
Class Gives Two 
Chapel Programs 



lnterna.tk.nii1 Nc 



B.S.U. Gives Hike 

And Wiener Roast 

On' Saturday afteri 

12th, the Sumlny School cltSI 
the Baptist church hail a hike 
welnor roe»l i 
■ 

o'clocli and then i loaded to 

toward Cli 

ind a half of hlltlng it 



Gorty'a phys 
concealed by a 
double-teeuUd 

edged mind Is c 
Ing Southern m 
-.mile. Of all v 
in the Rearat ei 
one of the shre 

Ha was the l< 

ipldiir. unil wh 



al sllghtne. 
•■hundred skilled 
■ nits. His keen, 
ncealed by a lull 



■it unobtruslve- 



'i -if ii confederate 






liege ha choae 
ilir aehool tha 

, ■ : M : - ■ ■ ' .. 

His first reporting jo 
Ihe Atlimt 



.fllil Mil- jr.1i " 

paying t 






Inn editor at the «v ol 
Hoi llklns tha t\< 

■ 

a long lottoi i" tin ■] 



speaking claw 
d chapel program* of mi* 
is speeches. The apeechei 
■Hten by the membera o: 



The program on i 



, Great Britain. How- 



i should consider 



Jean Smith Heads 
The Science Club 

At the tint of the quarter. J« 

„ectio» the Science Clnb Mri to 
elect new officer.. However, offi- 

fn"™"'i"e »» follow.: Preiident, 
J„n Smith; Vice-President, Lath- 
er Vinton; Secretary. Virgin.. 
Bishop; program chairmen Sully 
Cook: and r.rliamentamn, Shirley 
ZieKler. 



Prog 









TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1945 

Wall-Pittman~~ 

)f great interest of the, student. 
North Georgia College was th B 
ent announcement by Mrs. \o/ ■ 
Califf of JeffersonviUe, Geor. 
i, of the marriage of her grand- 
Sarah Caroline Wall, to 
icer 2/c Harold Sterol 
Pittman, of the U. S. Navy. 

was solemnized 
April 27. in the home of the Bap. 
■eaeher, J. M. Teresi, at 
Mil ledge ville, Georgia. The lovely 
light blue suit with 
lea. Her flowers con- 



• remainder of the quar 



the weddir, 



'-> 



thing* truthfully i 



N.G.C. Orchestra 
Now Reorganized 

The North Georgia College 

ganized. It will operate under its 
former name, The North Georgia 
Generals. Clinton Perdue and 
Bill Cooke organised it, but Frank 
Kemp, former leader, took charge. 
Members are: (ROTC) Robert 
Noma, sax; Bill Aycockl, e 
Pra.nl. Kemp, trombone; 
Cooke, trumpet; and Buddy P: 

ASTRP— Clinton Pardue, tr 
et; Fred Carter, trumpet. 

The orchestra is not ready fo» 
iticea yet. but it will be 



thu 



of 



iii'ii'h jiimiii running 
why don'l rou e ■ 

'■■ ■ ■ 1 Ing for thorn 



... . 
■ ■ ■ 

■ ■ 
■ ■ ■ 
] holp 






■ ■ 



and hnir miles. By thai 

II,.' In,-!.-.-.. ..... 

decided no 

1 1 1 I ' I boo ". u b 

■ ■■ down i" d bi Idi 
■ getting hum 



i-riirit pnpora II 


■ run, but like 


\e well manner. 




ate, ii.' would i 




ml "The Chief" 












. and 1 



■ brio 



. 
Policy — Ralph ivey 

i'n' I'li.i! lUiosc-vult was 
doalroua of uniting the worli 

, ponce and unity. Hie policy 

■■ 1 1 ■■■ and plenty. 

'in Mny -, 1 b*i promo 

.1 given, oonUinlng the follow- 



I- 
■■ 

about bba good 
qualltlea and thu shortcoming* of 

ii- rmon Stowirl 
poiod to say that 
after J-pun ha 

■it be killed or 



hi Ipful uml friendly understand- 

lg and g I opportunities. 

The South und The Fiffht 
— Henry G. Jarrard 
Southerners are jealous of Lib- 
always been of 






fight 
and dem 



daughtei 






'. B. Dykes, and the g 

her and his wife, First Sgt. and 
. James A. Pittman. After the 
?mony the bride and groom left 
spend the remainder of his 
/e with their parents, 
•he bride is the daughter of the 
— J- Wall of 



.T,f?.-r 



ville. Geon 



She 



graduated as valedictorian of her 
class from Twiggs High school, 
JeffersonviUe, in 1943. She will be 
an honor graduate of North Geor- 
gia College in May of this year. 

The groom is the youngest son 
of Rev. J- L. Pittman and the late 
Mrs. Pittman. He was graduated 
from Gordon High school, Gordon, 
Georgia and immediately entered 
the Navy. Since then he has spent 
two of his three years in service 
in the Atlantic. 

After graduation Mrs. Pittman 
plans to join her husband in Nor- 
folk, Virginia, where they will 
temporarily make their home. 



Buy War Bonds 
And Stamps! 



DM* ! 



I Ihi- 



Huh we were going up hill Inatoad 
of down. 

After ii lung Htnl corillinmuti 
joumry nv fimilly 
■ 

The hot 
dogs with nil the trimming* 



■ 



dived i 



There v-i 
so we silt ■■ 

■ 

Dr. Pore i 
teacher, and Ml Burton n 01 

■tint liny .'ii 

joyed it dh much 

TOI filled wi 
played a few matchi 
tennis and then loft « ll I 
faction of having a big 



of Rem ■ iiutiri, uml Berlin In 
Honi 
■ 
Mib. mi WDllam Randolph Qeexel 
.■-it College -in 
mill another nam 

thai have workod 



i,,', 



within. 



Phi 



■ 



nf N.i. lb 



B 

i 
■ 



■ 

■ hoping Him 
■ odty he 



W. A. WH1TM1RE 

■ i« of Quality Uorchandiae 
At Popular Prices 
A complete tine ox Dry Goods and 
Student Accessories, 
1 teorgia 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

-•- 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

-•- 
y — Service — Efficiency 
Member FDIC 
BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



Rifle Instructor 



est friend. Treat it is 
is you would your 
t off with an oily rag 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

In the Heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains 
nahlonega. Ga. 



n 

A Good Plarc 

l-„r 

Good People 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun 

Good fellowship 

and 

1 our favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches - Drinks 

AT TIIE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



TUE.-r'AY. MAY 2'.'. 



Wesley Foundation Makes 
Its Report For The Quarter 



At the retreat Easter Sunda; 
afternoon, the plans were laid fo 
the quarter. Most of the project 
have been completed and the re 



the beginning ol 
The total intake 

$1.30 and the amc 



. George Roper, Dean Stout 
and Davis Chandler. George had 

charge of the program, presenting 
songs, musical games, and folk 
dances. Two old members. Mari- 
lyn Edmonds and Vivian Singleton 






attending Uni* 
d G. S. C. 

? welcomed i: 



' long, the army wou 
continually and thai 
a threat to othi 



If ■ 



f the 



.nd it will cause hurt feelings. It 
night not be necessary if the par- 

ine and health codes. Example 
f armed nations were Germany 
.nd Italy as well as Japan. 

It was an excellent thought- 
irovolting: program thoroughly en 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Officers' Club 
Enlivens Campus 

da quarter the Officers' Club 
i new high in the recreation 

ie organization. Four different 

or will be given this quarter, 
e Variety Show on May 16. 
■d the treasury a total of 
forty-four dollars, as near as Nick 
,n figure. 

Las* Friday night, J. M. Nichols 
signed as Master of Ceremonies 
er a banquet for the officers and 
ir dates at Smith House. The 



by 
ion left Sunday afterr 



The dei 



We Revolt 



. th.--T 



Parker, Vice-president of our Wei 
ley Foundation, acted as host. 

Sunday morning Durwood Fosl 
er gave the regular Sunday morr 
ing message at church, showin 
how religion is 



article under the heading of Nc 
Lights of N. G. C. In this articl 

liked North Georgia with the e> 
ception of one thing — there 
nothing to do on week ends. ] 






t of c 



I laj a 



•>*ful r 



whether in individual, community, 
nation, or world. This sermon was 
given in a very effective manner 
that set everyone to thinking. 

short forum was held in the audi- 
torium from 1:30 to 2:30. Dean led 
this with Davis and Durwood 
starting the discussion on "wheth- 

Davia upheld the negative and 
Durwood presented th affirmative. 
Pro. It helps discipline and thus 
helps social morals. A standing 



little epilogue. Last Saturday 
night, the "Y" held a dance. There 

and dates there, but not one single 
reservists had a date. This does 
not apply only to the ASTRP. 
Plenty of the cadets can be heard 
complaining about the lack of 
activities, but when something 

The social calendar was print- 
ed in the last issue of the "Bugler" 
giving the dates of the future 
activities. On June 2, the Officers' 
Club holda its formal 
a date for this and 






i. Get the 
i all hav 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS, Inc. 



(Read Down) 
P.M.— P.M.— A.M. 

7:30—3:50— 8:20 
8:20—4:40 - 9:10 
5:10— 9:40 
5:20— 9:50 
5:30—10:00 
P.M.— A.M. 
4:00— 8:30 
4:40— 9:10 
4:56— 9:25 
5:10— S:40 
5:30—10:00 
5:45—10:15 
6:00—10:30 
6:15—10:45 
6:30—11:00 
7:00—11:30 

12:30—6:00 Lv. 
1:30—7:00 At. 



A.M.— 

Lv. G'ville Ar. 7:50- 
Dawsonville 7:00— 

Marble Hill 

Tat* 
Jasper 

Dahlonega 

DawBonviUe 

Silver City 

Coal Mtn. 

Cumming 

Midway 

Alpharetta 

Roswell 

Sandy Springs 

Atlanta 

Gainesville Ar. 

Dahlonega Lv. 

BUSES ON E.W.T. 



frr.ni 



eifrht. and ended with a ffroup of 
very full officers and girls. This 
was the first banquet in at least 
three years that the officers 
brought dates. 

The only formal dance of thi? 
quarter will he the Officers' Club 
Formal, p-iven on the night of 



, thl. 



I be- 
„_ atill 

fluid hat there will be an orches- 
rgia Bull- 
dogs or Gainesville Navy are be- 

The next d B y, the Cluh and the 
participants in the Variety Show 
will go to Trahlyta. The trucks 
ill be filled in front of Sanford 



[all [ 



Mid 






Sandwiches 



Chapcrones will be Miss 
Burton. Miss McCann, Liutenant 
Wade and Prof England. 

And so will end the quarter for 
the Officers" Club. May there be 
soother like it very soon. I doubt 
it. 



Sanford Hall 
Goes To Trahlyta 

On Sunday, May 27, Sanfoi 
lall no one excepted; Miss Don 
van simply put us all into trucks 
at 10:00 in the morning and locked 
up Sanford Hall for the day. Aftei 
reaching Lake Trahlyta, Mintz 
lead us in a devotional progran 



Frazer Is Elected 
President Home 
Economics Club 

Election of officers for next 

quarter was completed at the last 
meeting of the Home Ec. Club. 

President— Kathleen Fraser 
Vice-President — Ann Sanders 
Scretary— Peggy Tyson 









-Carolyn 



North 



ment Committal? — Oveda 
Wehunt, Jane Hinton, and Emma 
Lee Harbin. 

The Home Economics Club Is in 
charge of the annual spring lawn 
party which will be 

ely after gTaduati 



. Alt 1 



tion for the ( 

and relatives of the 

dents of the colleg 



Sanford Hall lawn at 6:30 a. r 
and hiked to Clay Creek. Pn 
England, Miss Burton and At 









did, after the two fell head first 
into a mud puddle. 

When the group returned, they 
were served a delicious chick< 
breakfast on the lawn at Co-ed 
Cottage. This was enjoyed by all 
as the hike worked up hearty 



lembers, who 



back 



Phillips Sponsor 
Of The Rex Frat 

The Rex Fraternity held its 
uarterly initiation on Saturday, 
lay 12. New members were 

litiated first, and the traditional 
rip through the mountains was 



(?) 



An election was held Tuesday 
night, May 15. for the Rex sponsor 
for as long as she remains at N. 
G. C. Anne White the former 
sponsor who was visiting from 
Athens, presented Winnie the 
sponsor's locket given by the fra- 
ternity. 

The Rex dance for the quarter 
was held Saturday night, May 19. 

mission. The chaperons were Mr. 
and Mrs. Oaks, Prof England, nnd 
Mias McCann. A trip to Trahlyta 
was givn by the Rex on Sunday, 






•rokc < 



jeetod to riding in the open truck 
the remainder of the way. The 

oompanied by Anne White, Mian 
Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Sheets, and 
Prof England. The banquet, given 
at the end of each quarter, will be 



The Rft] 



fraternity has done 
'resident Edgar Me- 
ns oonnMtfld with the 
, proud of the ipltt- 



Cfuise I admired the way that the 
-hip* wit? kept bo neat and tidy. 
1 didn't find out until today who 



Mai 



,Hi.1 1" 



(Read Up) 
A.M. — P.M 

12:30— 7:20 
11:40— 6:80|ti< 
11:10— 6:00 pl 
11:00— 5:50 JJ 
10:50— 5:40 so 

PJM. — A.M. 

7:10—12:25 

•6:30—11:45 

. 6:15—11:30 

. 6:00—11:15 

5:45—11:00 
- 5:30—10:30 

5:15—10:15 
. 5:00—10:00 
. 4;30— 9:30 
. 4:00— 9:00 



,„,„ Fackler. ; 
ating then filled! 



remainder of the day, 
ef interlude for a delici< 
nic dinner. 

?uch quarterly dormitory act: 
!, as this trip to Trahlyta. i 
nned with the purpose of. 
at once a quarter, includ 
■ry girl in Sanford Hall in s» 



MILLNERS 

"The Style Center of 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



THE HUB 

OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The Square 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 

• 

A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 
ROBERT M. MOORE 



STROLLING THE BARRACKS 



THE CADET BUGLER 



On o 
College w 



1 by . 



any further training of air combat 
crewmen. The present reserve and 
the transfer of men from Em 

adequately fill the demand 
aerial fighter* In view rf this. 

Enlisted Reserve, both civil 
and those in the Army Special 
Training restrv, ,„ t1 

service. Howe 
are needed ant 

have been gr 
to transfer to 



The Way I See It 

i*. more definitely on the way. the accerated educational program. is on 
that has greet interest for the college student. We have stopped sev 



-il-,-.. 



■vista at North 



other branch of the armed forces 
Since most of these men had com- 
pleted ■ third quarter, quitting 






iBg '■ '" l ".' ■ 

jchool, opera) ■ 



Th,. 



vera.] othi i 

■ the BnJlHtei 
>its, Unueigned, and bi 



Thli 



di I- itior o( men in the AAF ap> 
plied to all ACER'S No dlaerep. 



ASTRP. Therefor 
who 'juit without 
their chancee of eompl g the 

program acted rathi I fooll Mv in 
throwing away 

i' 1 li collog. ■ ■ ■ i f) 

in the ASTRP can obtain a delayed 
dlacharge, complete the ASTRP 

i" '■" i-'i gel the opportunl 

■ ■ ollcgi ' ng 

In I'll- oi 11 Ivantage ■ and 



t\ faculty members and stu 

-elarated program should I 

Prof England: The a 






h of '. 



It manifettly 
a itudent'i ma 
rograin va d< Igned for the ■■■■ 

1 
a 



and v 



- [n It for girl 

1 honld be *low s 

■ ■- 

.. -...».„ ^ ■ ■■■■ i -. vorll stimulates 

Ernent Gurley, Cadet: The educational program 



radio i 



I hUl 



like, ahoidd, 
H ■ Barns i th'Inl tha progra 
Bos and glrla need recreatfoi 

■ 



od. I * 



I think, ha* had Bomatliing bo do 
. n do get out when 
program should be discontinued 



I | l; ,v. 






i people with 



fan a 



Mo i 



the 



d "in populai Tommy 
"Tank* 1 Tanl 1 1 loy and "Aco" 



Gold Stars Since Last Report 



li irafl 

" ' Go., km. .1 ,. 

• ■ ■ C„ Pi bruai ■ 

Hurl .ii., 0a„ kUlod 



Alumni In Service 



h'o have be. 



■ ■ 

World Wni n have i. 

!ord the colloa 

p), 

■ 

1,1 bo In the i boHo 

■ 



TUESDAY. MAY 29, 1$^ 

No Doubt 
You've Noticed 



finally becoming 



chintz pinafore Winnie wore to r * 
reive the Rex locket; the fee „,,£ 
chintz with rri.p white lace c ' 
slee.ej of Alice RerJm„„ d ', P 

The ,„„bacl,- dree.e,. Caroly, 

«,th.,. ellow pocket and n,„eh,„ E 






"ffled pocket. 



till 






general, Gen 



GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

"The Store with the Blue Tile fronl on theSqua 
Gainesville, Georgia 



' 



May We Remind You of Our 

YOUK COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

ODA POUNI ■.] ig i 

NUNNALLY 1 CANDIES 
SCHOOL IUPPLIES 
Pre " • ' , Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



A Place Of Wh 

THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 

"" n "' ' College 

'"' '" !l i Drinks 

JACK ROBERTS, m>t 



FAREWELL SOPHOMORES! 

We have enjoyed 
well i„ your every ui I, 

SO LONG, FRESHMEN! 



SMITH'S 

■ FVicnda Meet* 



c suits rn w , hjch 

out into icy Trahly- 

windy sunny days at 

*e Barn. Kai Seg. 

m piecer p e gg, T 

'■ P«le pmk. p atsy Ca ,,. 

■. 

1, ' rUl h "''"' ! ''■"»!.>. .Ttan .Smith'.' 

" : Ion jeraeydreaa 

uy pearl but- 









Miliie Watson's black straw bon- 
'"■' wMch 

K:ik,it.i..„ Army ha- y,-> i 

Mi- M. I ■.i.ii.-r- dot] 
them No need I i both 

■ . 



H»llv Theatre 

DAHLONEGA GA 

Wednesday 

'IDENTITY UNKNOWN" 

Richard Arlen and 

Cheryl Walker 

Thursday and Friday 

"THE CLIMAX" ' 

aster, Turhan Bey 

Saturday 

'I'LL REMEBER APRIL" 

Gloria Jean - Kerby Grant 

Monday and Tuesday 

"WHITE CLIFFS OF 

DOVER" 

Mie, Alan Marshall 

Wednesday 

"MY BUDDY" 

D <"> Barry, John Litel 

Thursday and Friday 

"TRIGGER TRAIL" 

Rod Cameron, Fuzzy Knight 

11 mdaj and Tuesday 

"BRAZIL" 

"... Guizar 
w ednesday 

1 M.1GHTAND 

CACTUS" 

- Sisters 
Thursday and Friday 
SEVENTH CROSS" 

■»'>. Sijjnt- Hasse 
Saturday 
"THE LAST RIDE" 
Richard Travis and 

r Parker 
Honda] and Tuesday 
"LAKE I'l \ciii 
SEREN IDE" 
"era Hruba Rals 

igene Pallette 

Wednesday 

"BIG SHOWOFF" 

ll'urxla, anil Friday 

SAN DIEGO I LOVE 

YOU" 

•'»» Hall, Louise Albritton 



TUESDAY, MAY : 



THE TIPOFF 



By RALPH IVET 
'he deadline for "The Tipoff" came loo so. 
?tition between the companies and the bai 
med Monday. May 28th. 



tine distances; middle-distance 

ing 600 yds., 880 yds 

elude all flat races from the three miles in 



burst of speed with 
with the chief distances 












Othei 



Field Day were shot-put, discus, 

The relays consisted of the fourth, half, and 
200 yd- hurdles were also included in the field evt 
know the results of Field Day and what Compan; 



iatl] 



BASEBALL . . . 

A baseball league is to be organised with each company, the band, 
and the faculty having a team. Coach Sheets says that the games 
will start as soon as the weather permits. The games will be played 
on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. 

The baseball league will create a good bit of interest and each 
student and faculty member that is interested in being on a team is 

TENNIS . . . 

Of importance in the highligts of sports will be the tennis tourna- 
ment which will take place in the near future. A tennis tournament 
has been planned but it might have to wait until one beginning of the 
summer quarter before getting underway. 

The courts are still being constantly used when the weather per- 
mit It seems that everyone is getting a good tan while playing or 
the well kept courts. There is just one thing about the courts that is 
needed, and that is new backstops for all the courts. We spend a 
good bit of our time chasing balls that go through the big holes in 



the backs! 



of I 



The 



of N.G.C. would 



i backstops i 



■nded. 



Sol TUALL .... 

A softball league is also being planned e 
The league is expected to begin playing i 

quarter. 

Most of us arc 
particular skill who 
the captain of a tei 



*7<4e Oncin&udvi 



MARTIN drives a bigger VANN. 

CLARA JEAN's heart CLIFFs since INEZ < 



Why does PEGGY date FIRST LIEUTENANT BURDETTE now? 

Is REDMOND all that BILL sees? 

We have heard that BOLTON's parents want to meet MISS SPAIN. 

[ tops in the classrooms. 

d up with a BATTLE ? 



To keep up with the news, rei 
Will the MINTZIE-PALMER i 
Will ELISE NEAL to LARRY 
JANTE passes chemistry with 
Who will GEORGE sing to' af 



PAUL wants ANNE— definitely. 



BEAU is taking a lot of P. T. lately. 
The co-editors are really COO— WOO! 



» candy he buys her to DR. 



■ BANISTER'S around El's yard. 



PHYLLl.s RK\Fki>K\ 



? Lehigh boys. Last seen 



Mintz Ends Very Successful 
Year As Y.W. President 



Tyson Is Winner 
Ping Pong Tourney 



ompleted May 2 



t of 3 dec 



over El 



Kennington. Twenry-six girls en- 
ired the tournament which reach- 
I semi-finals Tuesday as Peggy 
d El each defeated their third 
iponent*. The climax came Wed- 
?sday when Peggy won her 
■cond of three games with a 21- 



Th.- 






bad weather, and 
finals. ' Twen 



t because of 
this Bugler 
yet reached 

nine girls 

Margie Phillips, Elsie WI1HKM, 
El Kennington, and Peggy Tyson. 
A tennis doubles tournament is 
also in progress with eighteen 
participants paired off to battle 

On Friday, June 1, at 7:00 P. 
M. the Ree Council will hold its 
annual banquet at Smith House. 
The twelve girls on the council and 
their dates, chaperoned by Mr. and 
Mrs, Sheeta, Mr. Fanning, and 
Miss Burton will nttend and tnko 
part in an infurninl program and 
miscellaneous entertainment The 
Shirley Zlogler, will 



-i.l,. 



i this 




TUESDAY, MAY : 



THE CIDET BUGLER 

CO-EDITORS.. Luther Vinton. Shirley Ziegler 

BUSINESS MANAGER Julius Still 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph Ive y 

FEATURE EDITOR Mary Anne Martin 

EXCHANGE EDITOR .. Jean Smith 

FEATURE STAFF Russell White 

NEWS STAFF... Georgme Cash. Lehman Keith. 
David Wynn. Chandler Lanier, Lurlene 
Smelley. Edgar McCord, Evelyn Spain. 
Mary Edna Klmg Doris King. Anne 
Woolsey. Mary Henderson. Juantta Mill- 
er. Kathleen Frazer. Anne Edge. Bill 

FACULTY ADVISORS K. M. England. 

H. H. Gilbert 

Faculty Features 

Ity DR. H. B. FORESTER 

Yve&ot f«nou '"' U ' H«° i,evelt ' 

Thorns* A Eidson. Henry Pord, and mil • Othl 

and women who have mad.- th.-ir mark il ft ildl 

of politics. industry. r.-li«.-- ■ ' " 

hid or ha> h "P. I Hobby." Rooaevclt 



l.f I 



"spiritualism. The lute 
■o hobbles, golf and giv- 

■ DO*. 00 ''"' 

ry person should 

■ 






JUST AMBLIN' 



nto my confused and bedraggled i 
k.. to Offer Ml -pen apology to I 
i and the Rex Fraternities. Due t 



f the augusct Bea Fraternity. My deepest apologl 



Around^hTCampus 

Br SHIRLEY ZIEGLER 
table isn't iL this I° olrin S back ' but Passing 
, „' lowl'v freshman to a full-fledged sophomoi, 

,17, mti. time -*» ■ ' 

through 



The tottered flag *lill flies ovc 

red itripe dangling down . 

main intact. Could It poeeibly be as 

f , ,,i down and gel one tin 

and North Georgia. 



■i ■ 



North Georgia campus; 






tb> 



, |f effect*. I think everyone will 

,, Smith's was a rather absurd and 

childish thing that characterise* mob rale Even '■■'■ most rf the 

tUdenl don't know why the reetrletlon was clamped down, but even 

..,„! fractal 

! the United State*. Mayb. if UnH 

■ i, ulty ■ 

nl body 

Maybo Vm Juet in a critical m I I ' : ■■ m punish- 

„ i,,, minor offeneea ha* greittly affected the lowly, hard-work- 

■ ■,,.■ ..ruTinel one extra duty for R N I 



the faculty 



i. much lull I'v 



It d( 
i three pair of ahon 

i eithei I ! B on, 

■ 









But' back to memories. I should like to pause a 

oment over one little incident of this past quarter 

. boycott on Smith's. We were third 

quarter freshmen and graduating sophomores with 

B f our own— or so we thought. We were go- 

person that we were independent 

it preson that no one could tell us what to do 

m n..i u- do. and all in all settle a few of our 

problems once and for all. Yes, the world 

of problems; but, as one girl's mother wrote 

one has asked us to solve them yet. 

chance to carry out our boycott, 






J--J..I.- 



>•■■ I 1 






A young man entered North Georgia College In 
... mod itudon. 

; 

p-adM He enrolled foi ■ cow a In I 

; 
a play program In addition to the elaaj work, con- 
. : ,,,-„ hone ehooi 

, golf. This boy 



i willing 

• ■ 



the i 



of the 

Mill I'.i tO 
■ 

■ 

..-.,, idvta to 
■ 

:. 

I 

. I ■. i„ 

. 



WHO? 



1 I.Ut :■ 



lot be the biggest college In Amer 

■ i into the arme 

. .■ the aforementlo 

: kind ut an appolling rate of speed. Not 






»iili that though! Maybe thi 

lu'l looking to the future. They i 



,-up- 



i Hie 



WANT ADS 



WAN! ED Hon boyi who dance 
i.i... John C Mi.dd.>v Co ■da- 
ft \m in A llrnln— Hy Pug 
Richard -on. IV B. Bui ho'i 

ft IN ■ turn •lallonerj 

i..r Bnglbjh N B 

—Charles and M 

i in ND taothei "eulaat" reaer- 
riat - il Kennlngton 

LOST— A dote will US 

—Nick 
FOUND— Tho enme Date. 



.... 

possessing a hroii 

. 

l,. Tol '■ ot-lutid (.. Mrij.ii llu:. I ■ 

n ^ s i. B P., oi oven a 

■ 

■ 

■ 

1 
■ ■■ 
i ...... i must 

■ ■. 

plains the m> 
■ 
i ■ 
i. named Pines Wood 

, m"i coi i ) pond i 
know any pin 

bat eurioui u 

■ ■ and pii i i. .1 him often the pt.pi 

■ • 
since I km owed thai thi 

Editor, and I liov.. tound II Will B 

you will |il. 



K, .. 



, WL'I 



din 



'■ IN i ■ 






:■- I 



Next t 



v,li v 



piml — or more ipeed. 

— Bonnell Peai 
WANTED— A clean lab oat. 

—Dr. Foreatei 

ft Will) UoN mathematical 

prlnclpli ■ Roberl < olllei 

Mil m» H) Ideal, Gori .it... 

.i M, NieholE 

—Vim..,. 

ft w 1 1 i. lome waj to na™ So- 



-Slodenl Bod] 



UAUNSTORMING 






■ 
bsvs gotten do 



■ 



reach that est 

^member that 

we took teste, mental and 

-rj-thjng. and tried I 

■oommates? Ah, 












y gave v 






j the quarter 



; tryu 



n even happy to remember. 
-r ho sure two weeks tests and human biology 
pan nothing 'to sing praises about, but the weekend 
■nee* and Saturday hikes were a joyous relief 
rom thi* drudgery- Even washing and ironing 
t recreation after a week of classwork and 
.— -j nh hnw eagerly 1 awaited the first f ree 
iOUflly 1 »»W it pass too quick- 



lend me back t 



jrld I 








uld succeed 


or full. 1 




many of ou 


unpiedict- 




ould have fallen by the 


wayside and remained only 


an embarrassing mem- 


■ ge days. 






..' It could have 






without interfi 




nother sub- 


jeet Of our nightly hen se 






■ ha been a frequent 




ussion both 



former students _ _ 

■ a military school, proposed plans of 

■ ■ ■ t. flatly vetoed, and J, not 

. .ling student governmen at 

totally unqualified to pass judgment on such 

largest military 



P 
shouldn't it work here? Boycott » 



the: 



f that we have the right to try 

. are capable of effecting either? 

I started out looking backward, aod 

. og forward. Well, natural procedure 

sn't it? Hut I hate to think of the time when I 

.hiill look backward on N. G. C. without the right 

m look forwurd. Sophomores, as we take your places 

in the hilla of N. G, C., we wish you luck and— 



THE PLACE" 



eral 



■ 



■ Tik of a person who doesnt 
. end Whether he expresses it or not, 

e1 udi ma;, he's bete. 
■ 

. views. Although it iin' 1 
gnity, the place la friendn 

Oeraa to sit on its particular 

..... 

... it. ,i -l.nv, South. ■ ■ 

1 human place. And after all, it i* 
ove, not the bizaire or 

i .. who are just naturally 
duals or groups. And it 
■ ■ ■ bine; l 

ll takes no effort W 

V... ... , ;■, Iliy ■■.■!,,], Ill I ''■'>• 

id a feeling 

I ...•■ pe> i 
■ i .. the idea, and so I we* 
... tbi 
v all ihat, but also omiab). 
human I 

■ , ■.,,...■■.. 



■ 

■ 
■ 



■ ■ 



n after llghta. Wher* wan 









• 



. S 



nglelon and Mary Nell 



. ,., ir .<H- atmos- 
sning for WP*- 
watching a p., ; , patB de— ***«• 

■ 
'■' boa wc l«t ourselves, gi 

g 












■ 
something — n 



V % eadd Bugler 

_^^ ===== The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 




Bigger School Recommended 
At North Georgia College 



EDITORS NOTE— This 



Crown Mountain Clim 



Six Girls Make 
Magazine Section 



ahappenin' outside of i 
able Institution but I'm 

Things is getting dow 

Kadets of N G. C to 

he tote his shotgun 



gar's folks don*l 
surely dey ain 



( noticed quite often, when I 
aiking thro de big city how 
ir two hoodlums makes nasty 
rks at different Kadetl and 
cry case the Kadet is polite 



to make truble — dey is here fur 
education, of which I ain't got 
none of. Everybody here should 
admire the boys fur dat. 
Things almost come to a head 

boys here in town tuke it upon 
look one of the Kadets 



>--,-! ■ , 



1 fry- 



ing trip to Dick's Creek, I 
wild life refuge. These pi. 
showed Misses Alice 
Ethel Mintz, Winnie Phillips. 
Margie Phillips, Virginia Pledger. 
and Janie West In different phases 
of fishing, angling for the legen- 
dary fish. Old Fighter, which Dr 



shown fishing below 
ind Virginia Pledger 

casting off a rock 
loals for Old Fighter 



Three Are Added 
To N.G.C. Faculty 

North Georgia College has p 



Rri 


•s and Speaker of the House 




Harris* the committee spe- 


clfli ally recommended these lm* 


P \ 


gymnaslum drill hall, a 








barracks for 300 cadets, a 




ents union-music building, en- 




Ting Shop military buildinc 








e economics house apertmenl 




omea for faculty, reshaping 




landscaping campus, central 






Ing 


aparatui for engineering and 


men 


s and equipment for wood. 


met 


1 and welding shops, exten- 



3 Degree 
! Ceorgh 



at high schools throughou! 

Meyer, graduate of Geor- 
:e College for Women, has 
Degree with a major In 



Fighter 

The artJcle 



.' popular 
? tangled 



balcony ar 
buildings 



, dining halls 
■ college lul 



sary for the college to buy a num- 

the faculty and students" 

The North Georgia College, the 
committee potato out ' tht old- 
est unit in the university system, 
excepl fur the untversltj Itaill 
and is the only military college 
operated by the state 

in 1933, the ei tool ; enrollment 



1941 i 



with 






■ 

Tollmen! durlm: the lesl D I 

jrear lumped to 1,063 

Tin- li ,i lunlor college in i 
University System, bul unlike i 
other junior . 






. . .1 1 . . I ) 



■The student 

oe from vi's i 






College la Esirntlal 

Tin.- I'liinnitlti'i- ,il n points nut 
hat the college Is one of eight 
illitarv colleges In the nation 
Inssed as essentially military liv 
tic War Department 

"We arc greatly Impressed," the 

hi' (iim- work fh.it is tu'lng done at 
lorth Georgia College by Proli- 
ant Rogers ond the members ol 



. iigned by Bens 

L-rrnari. Jr , Wal- 
Bagged and Dr 

en Wayne EDn< 
n. Jr.. and Bob 



Freshman Talent 
Night Is Enjoyed 



1131 Freshmen 
Enrolled Here 
Summer Quarter 



dneiday night 
i begun by a 



lOlIege 
..oliinriiT 
tight) 01 



<>i i,ii the 

laat quarter 



y, 1 personally, am 
Fighter got away 

ie soon day. might e 



hut nobody go 


shot-a 


n 1 reckon 


everybody wui 


glad o 








IcneEa should 




the town 


















enterprises 


bailie the i 






skule. 






The KadeLs 


JJr? * 


m the key 














■ 


tellers— which dey 



i Thursday, June 



Calendar Of Social 
Events Summer Quarter 



1 Charlie Smith 



■i be fret b- 
i. aomchow 

li running 



Trahlyta" 



Aug 12— Sigma Tbete Trip I 
Trahlvtt 

' Club 'danc 



I arveral harmonica i 



gave a reading and Jullua 



THE CADET BUGLES 



Forty-two Students 
Get Honor Bars 



designatim 



"jeaders. EUen Ruby Miller. Mary 

fluth Nix, Carolyn Elizabeth Norlh. 
Dorothy Lorenc Waters. Shirley 

ton, George Gordon Clark, Murray 



Jeanette Autry, Alice Evelyn 
Ethridge, Doris Jean King. Mary 



Ralph Ivey. Henry Grady . 
man. Jack Coleman Wilso 



Sigma Theta Gives 
Five Socials Here 



functions 



, they 



will be looked forward 
(treat enthusiasm by nil 

An Informal dance ha* been 
planned for August 12 and a trip 
to Lake Trnhlyta on the afternoon 
of August 13 

As Is the custom of the Frater- 
nity, a week end trip to Wasega 
Will be port of the recreational 
functions fur the summer quart. -i 



The offlcen 



Fraternity 

I'Til. Clnmlc- 



Jtmei Burdette 
Vann. Vlce-Pre 

Around twenty-five new |i|.il k; ,-.. 
were initiated into the Fraternity 
on Saturday, June 23 Also, six 

new members were l.nn.-d Int ,■ 

brotherhood of the Fraternity 

The Sigma Thela seems to he 

keeping up the old trwdll r 

brotherhood and enjoyment as In 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Rate Sheet Posted 
As Staff Is Revised 



fleer. Chandler Lanier; 

Captain. S-2, J- W. Ferry; Cadet 
Captain. S-3. Frank Moxley: 
Captain. S-4, Andrew Reld: 



kins; Slaff Sergeants, J M Cor- 

Charles Curley, Bill Towson. Ed 
Barrlnrau. Robert Collier. Billy 
Bolton, Flynt Langford. Luthei 
Vinton. Wiley Anderson 

Company B' Captain, Jomw 
Burdette: 1st Lieutenant. Bill 

Payne: 1st Sergeant Clarence 



„ Gordon Hall 



Scregant, II .1 (Juiriri 
gearits, F BlflClmll If 
n; Srregarits, E. C Head 



OUR ALMA MATER 



jTJLCl 
PICNIC JULY 



Glee Club Concert 
Scheduled July 28 

beginning of this, the summer 
rler and now holds its regular 
eekly rehearsals. There are 
it 40 members of the club and 
com en wini h Ihoy plan '<• 
Hive July 2R at 6 00 o'clock p m 

• '■■ bi in IntoreiUni 

highlights on the program 
Try Smiling, " "The Days of 

Ago, rtie Story of a 

Starry Night,'" "Tonlghl W« Lovo," 

Uwajn ■ ■ Held Uelodlai," 

nd ' i Pledge MJegUnet bo Mi 
Flag" by the chorus and solos by 
still, baritone; Charlie 
Smith, soprano; ind David Wynne 
pianist 

Qleo Club roll li u tollowi 
Sopranoi I velyn Bpaln, I Iharlli 

Betty Blaekwell, Joyce 
■y, Kalherlm- Cowtrl UlekO] 

nlrt Joan i*n i .!■■■ m.h 

Mary Henderson. Celeste 



Wesley Foundation 
Elects Officers 



|Q/; World Friendship, Barnle 
Bishop; Tat Assistant Joy May- 

1 Hi-i-r.' n, Joy Maynard; 

1 'at Assistant, Evelyn Spain: 
Deputation Chairman, Suzanne 
League; Pianist, Ann Sanders; 
1st Assistant, Selcstc Faust: Song 
Leader, Wllltna Richardson. 
The Worship's Chairman plans 

tr> jj.'l . nK Hi. |inii:i;uii'i -.ii-.rrlhf 



," hove a worship cc 
better prepared 






i trip to Cane Creek c 
Tin My In 

World Friendship plans I 



l Night on Ji 
constituted 



TUESDAY. JULY 17, ]M5 

I Sergeant's Club 
[Headed By Balton 

This quarter the Sergeants' Club 
' boasts a membership of twenty, 
id although the 
well last term, 

it a meeting held week before 
[. Bill Bolton was elected presl- 
it. Flynt Langford. vice-presi- 
)t; and Billy Woody, secretary 

t time Bolton had to leave f or 
Navy so Langford became 
sident and Claude Vann was 
:ted vice-president in his place 



I for 



Jul) 



. Trahlyta soon afterwards, 
A. S. T. R. P.. orchestra. 



[ yesteryear and Gordon 
Ih a description of how 

iday. July 8, the YMCA 
a picnic to Lake Trah- 
everyone Invited The 



les or mishaps, 
Saturday night, August 
'M and YW will again cc 



an Informal 
-e still uncer- 
t assured that 



Buy War Bonds 
And Stamps! 



I .irl 



utts 



Virginia Klngery, Betty 
Whelchel Kathleen Bvau, 
Hi, ih Fieklir, Betty Jean Mertx 

mi tt'i.i.Ki'\. Ilin-h. -I riiiniitnn 

oris Jean King. Allgene Aber- 

omble Bwnloo, Cannon. Kath- 

"na Echols Altos; 

■ ■ i June Wlttan, 

Wlllene Richardson, Ann Sanders 

" ild I Ii i i rani 

Jean Pit rce Flynl I tng 

David wi ■ ■ an 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

• 

Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIC 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



W. A. WHITMIRE 

The Hume of Quality Merchandise 

At Popular PrfotB 
A complete line of Dry Goods and 

Student Accessories. 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

In the Heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains 
Dahlonega, Ga, 

William M.Smith * "t,"™ 

Mary L, B. Smith q^ p MD|e 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches - Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



TUESDAY. JULY 



Sessoms Is Head 
Of Local Y.W.C.A. 



THB CADET BUGLER 



Sponsored jointly with the Y M 
was the •'Freshmen Talent Night" 
on Wednesday evening. June 27, 
A program, displaying mainly the 

men was enjoyed by the entire 

Included in the Y. W program 

the community singing, which is 
to be presented together with the 
Y M. C. A July 4 and a chape! 
program July 12. The girls are 



president. 
, Miss Donovan. 



Officers' Club Trip 
ToTrahlytal5th 



nctions have been planned, b 
is not definite that these wl 

Probably first on the list wi 

me the Officer's Club Trip i 

Trahlyta on Sunday afternoo: 

July 15. Those going will be tt 



Ralph Ivey Elected I OUR ALUMNI 
President of B.S.U. IN SERVICE 



d. Ralph Ivey 
rch Fridaj 



night. June 



retary; Otto Becham, 



I ing were appointed t 
I council: Diffy Sta 
j Wynne, Billy Sander 

I These members a 



ollege-s right to 



Corps. 104; Navy, 
I Marine. 9; Coast 



t they will play 
Iven though the 
e fewer platoons 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS, Inc. 



(Read Down) 
P.M.— P.M.— A.M. 
7:30—3:50— 8:20 
8:20—4:40-- 9:10 
5:10— 9:40 
6:20— 9:50 
5:30—10:00 
PM.— AM. 
4:00— 8:30 
4:40— 9:10 
4:56— 9:25 
5:10— 9:40 
6:30—10:00 
6:46—10:16 
6:00—10:30 
6:15—10:45 
6:30—11:00 
7:00—11:30 

12:30—6:00 Lv. 
1:30—7:00 Ar. 

ALL 



AJM. 

Lv. G'ville Ar. 7:50- 

Dawsonville 7:00- 

Marble Hill 

Tat« 

Jasper 

Dahlonega 

Dawsonville 

Silver City 

Coal Mtn. 

dimming 

Midway 

Alpharetta 

Roswell 

Sandy Springs 

Atlanta 

Gainesville Ar. 

Dahlonega Lv. 

BUSES ON E. W. T. 



(Read Up) 

- A.M. — P.M. 

- 12:30— 7:20 

- 11:40— 6:30 
11:10— 6:00 
11:00— 6:50 

- 10:60— 5:40 

PJH. — A.M. 

7 110—12:26 
6:30—11:45 
6:16—11:30 
6:00—11:15 
5:45—11:00 
5:30—10:30 
5:15—10:15 
5:00—10:00 
4:30— 9:30 
4:00— 9:00 



THE HUB 

OUTFITTERS ™R THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The Square 

Gainesville. Georgia 



' meeting 

business meeting a trip 



Science Club Plans 
Summer Quarter 



Luther Vinton had a discussion 



resident; Nancy Hinson, see- 

. Ralph Ivey. program chair- 

parliamentarian, Shirley 



scionlific achievement. 
a and to keep the dub 



Ing oi 


es. 


HH: 


... ..,. 


Smith House 


iloyed 


... 


everyone 


1 ui.h 


the 


sotisfae- [ 



Chandler Lanier 
i Heads Rex Frat 



MILLNERS 

"The Style Center of 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 



SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



aternlty launched 
vitles on Saturday 
with an informal 
e crowd was very 
ne seemed to have 
highlight of the 



'rnhlyla, me 



I Of 1 



w of the party 
tough blue was 
lor afterwards, 
e quarter, five 



ho Fraternity They were John 
lalnes, Clarence Tucker, Gordon 
[all. Julius Still, and Robert 
oilier That exploins the wlnlful 
carch for a mantle In the dining 
all that night. 
ChtDdlfl l.anler wu> elected as 
it diw president to replaci 
Bdgu m. Cord who nrenl Into v * 
■ end of lam qiurtei Tha 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 

• 

A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

• 

"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 

ROBERT M. MOORE 



TUESDAY. JULY 




May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



On The Campus Of North Georgia College 

Ice Cream Sandwiches Drinka 

JACK ROBERTS, Mir. 



FAREWELL SOPHOMORES! 

We have enjoyed toning you w „ii e at NGC 
We appreciate your friendship, and wish y„ u 
well in your every undertaking, 

SO LONG. FRESHMEN! 

See you next quarter! 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
IUHLONEGA 



Holly Theatre 

DAHLONEGA. GA 

Wednesday 

"DEAD MAN'S EYES" 

Lon Chaney - Jean Parker 

Thursday 
"LOST IN A HAREM" 

Abbott and Costello 

Saturday 
"OLD TERAS TRAIL" 

Red Cameron 

Monday 
"MRS. PARKINGTON" 

Greer Garson and 
Walter Pidgeon 

W'ednesday 
*ON<; FOR MISS JULIE" 
Shirley Ross - Roger Clark 

Thursday 
"MARRIAGE IS A 
PRIVATE AFFAIR" 

L-ma Turner - John Hodiak 

Saturday 

"RECKLESS AGE" 

Gloria Jean - Judy Clark 

Monday 
"MEET ME IN ST. LOUTS" 

Judy Garland and 
Margaret O'Brien 

***0*0*0*0*0*0* 



TUESDAY, JULY 17, IM5 



THE TIP-OFF 



THE CADET BUGLER 



SOFTBALL . 

The softball I 
Band, and probabl 



i are now being organized. Each company the 
? faculty «U] have a team. The games between 
e to be played in the late afternoons. Every 
id the games and the ones who desire to play 
earn captain and get in line for playing. The 



. baseball as originally planned. 
i in phys-ed classes and equip- 
to at any time the students wish 



has been put off until about the middle 
week end. No definite date has been set but 
anient. The coaches said that they are giving 
lo get in line for the tournament by having 



SIDELINES 

Most of the work i 



CAMPUS 
COMMENTS 



something 
- Saturday 



through slamming doo 



proved ti 



"repeats." 
>e complete 
about the 
it Saturday 



rlod of golden glow. No- 
ady was mad at anybody Barrl- 
fau and Futrelle embraced each 
:hcr passionately and executed a 
mghtly gavotte in the lobby ol 
arnes Hall. Poor Andy Reid al- 



nore doggone good boys 



el Mintt and Wayne P 
lance Saturday Quite a 



attending N.G C 



The Bayonet 



BOLTON 
KAT got 
JOAN to JAMEY 
"HG. would wall 



CARNEY 



i Hoppy." ■ slRb ' 

vhilc the band played ( 



l BANKS of WILL. 

1 See You Later." 



supposed to be well COOKed. 
ire affairs with WINNIE— or is 



Proposal they're discussing? 



I LEO is Blue Joke! 



TOWSON finally gets l 



CALLOWAY is buildum flros with FLYNT and i 



; having a ■ , GOOT" 



The knife s EIXJE lia.s fallen on FIQUETTE 



SM1TTY has gotten i 



! firing the CANNON < 



"D" Company Wins Track 



Iker. Co "D. 



irow Crump. "B" Co, 
II: Coleman. "B" Co, 



Ziegler Is President 
Of The Rec Club 



Faust of the Trahlytan team re- 
mains to continue her position. 
Winnie Phillips has become the 
captain of the Mercurcan team; 
Wynnette Smith, the captain of 
Hie Hippolytan team; and Frances 
Harbcn. the captain of the Phi 
pmicron team. 

Sports activities for the quarter 
include: badminton managed by 
Jcon Smith, archery managed by 



introductory hike to Cane Creek 
Falls Then came 'Co-ed Week" 
which, for three days, required the 

and politely entertain the boys. 

Smith's after regular hours. The 



il.imiiu: partners and a "(jood time 
was had by all," 

,.11,-, dUM July 14. 

The latest event of the Rec Club 
was Freshman Day— a gala event 
with clashy outfits, clamorous 



.■very lophumore In 
n a parade through 
jscntcd by the fresh- 



Company came In fourtl 
16Vi points, one l*t place 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 

LADIES' and CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR 

Gainesville. Ga. 



CADET — CO-EDS - 

When you want BREAD for those hungry momenta 
be eure to look for 

AUNT BETTYS BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville. Georgia 



Compliments of 

GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

'The Store with the Blue Tile front on the Square" 
Gainesville, Georgia 



THE SMART SHOP 

Ladies Ready-to-Wear 
Gainesville, Georgia 



'B' Company Wins 
In Rifle Matches 



O, 182; CfONii, 1HI HOWlrd 

WcGcc, 170; Carter, J. 170; 
Mr ioi Hi- 175: and Clrtman. 171. 
Company — Burdcttv, 192; 



I'rewott, 170. 



Back The Attack 
With War Bonds 



THE CADET BUGLER 



TUESDAY, JULY 



THE C1DET BUGLER 

CO-EDITORS . Luther Vinton. Shirley Zitglet 

BUSINESS MANAGER Charles Paynr 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph lixy 

NEWS EDITOR _ — Jean Smith 

FEATURE STAFF— iro Cross. Frank Mofflt. 
Scott Houston. H. J. Miller. Kathryn 
Sessoms. Anne Edge. 
NEWS STAFF— Ceorgine Cash. David Wynne. 
Doris King. Anne Woolsey Mary Hen 
derson Kathleen Frazier. Edmund But- 
ler. Ann Sanders. Henry Hitch. Bill 
Toulson. Frank Moxley. 
TYPISTS — Joan Terry. Jimmy Burdelte. 
Evelyn Spam. Roanne Arrendale. Vivian 
Ferguson. Winnie Phillips. 
CARTOONIST - Thurston Futch 



FACULTY FEATURES 



. .■:.■■ 



attain happiness in this world Is lo knot 
are goine. ami thr-n in lun'l :.u-u<ir.v.th 

recUon letting t rec however 

lo deviate. A perfect example i 

life is that of tbc EngUi h poet ol the Romaatli 

pei Samuel T.i.yloi t'nlei idfe 1 ok-ridgc hud tin' 

Insplrltatlon ol tlie gods, and whal he did writ! ' 
. i.. i ii- ■ i . 1 1 . oli fe< ling (or style and 
in < ..ii.ii ivrii genius. But Cole- 
ridge was all his life beJ-cl liy the evil "J 

At do time was lie certain of what bli real Mtloa 

in lift w.is. iirnl ,ii .ilni'i'.l nil ]•<■ !■■ ol hi), life he 

was continually n.r.hni' nil own time and hi* friends' 
money in fruitless minings and goings and In un- 
provable undertaking*. 

In the lili.- ..I t'nlcruhie ..■. in the live: .irr. n[ 

us may be found ample eXCUM for a mltdlfOCUd ud 
fruitless career He was frequently beset by pain 

with his kind friends. Dorothy and William Words- 
worth. He hud acquired tin- opium (mint, and filially 
when he became estranged from nil wife ami elul 

for the drug with the result that his effort* became 
more and more fragmentary. But no was John Mil- 
ton besei by pain, persecution, total blindness, 

of trouble This great Puritan aplrlt and mighty 
poet produced Paradise t.ont and Paradise Ilrialnrd, 
as magnificent poetic music as we can find In English, 



him 

of these two men? One Can but COneludo thai wlih 
one man. instability unMng liitniieh mi in,, i.ii .1 

fori and uiiet'i l.niil'. ..I Hi. lulnre e nlmleil hir^e 

ly lo hib failure and to the drug which -ii bjj 

poetle and critical ability. Happiness cai 









I ll.el, 




though The shredded, 
decaying old flag gallantly wave 
peak of the flag pole. It's 
-ipes vainly, but feebly, trying 

bl thi- 
ll, i.t the othtti n 



a symbol of something greater 

ii'. ii ill '■ iiiii how can ■ 

■ 
look like 1 omobodj old lei 

■ ' 1 ii ind 1 

i, ii . ■ 1 1 to hi ii omethlni anj 

■■■ iBi the compl intarj 

1 I ollei'e 



■ M.,r 



■ ,,! I 



I miliary school 
and only change 

• ., burning to one of penetra 
hope that II 
ti with vniii approval, 
gUUl I've ambled enough for 



■ pti r*H Hi 1 



pitiable piychopathlc buy ol Mill 1 .Uli. 1 Piu 

Case" will lead In dire 1 mi .1 ,■ . :.,, u,,,, 1 

us determine the direction ol oil) 

steer the straight course, learning nn Longfellow na 



LETTER TO THE OPX 

rexd when the editor suddenly 1I1-.1 . , 

not hxve quite enough copy to fill up xll the ipi 

on the editorlxl pxge of the Buglet 

is copied from Juliet Lowell'l I k ,.[ rnUi 

To the OPX 
Gentlemen; 



BARNSTORMING 



Rachel Thornton lop dancing i?j for Interested • 

11 i< ' in- Inn. ti Inurylm; hnine for short week-end trips. 

Sklrtlcss girls returning home form 1 
, boys, where are those skirts? 

famlllai racei Red UllUe, and Mini/i b 
OccupanU of upstairs hot boxes seeking f 

II Minll'l ■.lee|.llh' lllJllie,|ihere 






hey await long overdue 

"■' I "" lh Ml11 ■oaklng that sun tan beautiful at the 

Mi 1 hen and bei brood roaming Senford campus in search 



Department of Health, at the same time, how- 
colleges and other schools 
diagnosis for tuber- 
culosis 

tuberculosis infection but also such diseases as heart 
mgenltal diseases, or other respiratory con- 
scheduled t 
particularly last December; 
conflicted with the final exam schedule, however, 
i|,„ue<l until January, and hasn't materialized 

r- - .,. rim clinic could make an X-ray of the faculty 

,,1 body in two days, working at the 
rate of forty an hour As I said before, perhaps it 
imperative that we have a tuber- 
culosis examination but when we have at our dis- 
posal a unit such as this it is pure foUy not to take 

Most colleges and universities now include tuber- 
culin tests and chest X-rays of students as a part of 
their routine entrance physical examinations. Thus 
they arc discovering each year some students wbo 
would have been active sources of infection to others 
if these tests had not been performed. I'd like to 
quote from Harold S Diehl several examples of just 
how tuberculosis can be spread by college students. 
In the .spring of 1942 a senior medical student 
at the University of Minnesota infected six of his 
(raiernity brothers. Nine students at the University 
of Dakota died from tuberculosis within ten years 
after they bad lived In a fraternity bouse with an- 
other student who had an active ease of this disease." 



THESE WOMEN 



' With the etplolU of Pocahontas 

' ' ' l0 «* «>UI to prove that a worn, 

' m 1 " i '' '" ' 1 •■ i>>. ■ |. ■■.-..■, , W[ . wl |i 1™ 



■ pi 1 U 1. I, .1 






lorled the case of a girl wbo b> her senior year 
Ived in a sorority house and spread tuberculosis to 
ifleen of her sorority sisters. These examples show 
leiiinle!> Hut the college student body is in danger 
I anyone in the dormitories is infected with tuber- 
Uloala Moreover an X-ray plate will show evidences 
if tuberculosis of the lungs two and a half years. 
n the average, before symptoms appear. 
It would be very much to the college's advantage, 
berefore. to make use of this free Mobile Unit. 
Ueorgia State. Georgia Tech, and G.S.C.W. have 
taking advantage of this opportunity for four 
now 1 believe there will be an effort made 
tin. clinic to N.G.C. this September. Let's 









FRESHMAN DAY! 



: by 






Boundary training has embarked upon 
career In an Institution of higher learning. That 
'"•mi Sophomore Is a freshman." 

pounced forth from pallid lips and 
Hard month! thai insufficiently concealed glcam- 
bes, these daugb- 



llte (anc-. Could 

t Frankenstien and Dracula, these throw 
■ living girls or for 



bai i 



■ prohibited i 



■ ■ 

1 "Ol th< I k 

1 "■' 1 In htr luxuriant golden tresses m a protest seat 1 h 

■ fc — 'V agraatlvo Ui , ,.„,.,,, .. , . wmst her 

h is conlntr that he Immediate- 



ly ilaahtd the l 

II.. 



I 1 






■ 



hxve hxd this consxra mxchlne repxlrt 

times but the inilixl letter of the XAlptuthet [DJQUgM 

you regxrding this mxtler xt your exrlist convenience 
Plexse mxil your xnswer to me xl the xbovc xddress 

Jxmes Mxssey. 



,™^z:z 5IS 

""'■"<•■ pei haps they arc Mill «hl- t„ .(. ... 

sbilitj ,,, anothei »..> n . ° * how ^'r 

■ ■ ■ : .;,.:. 

■'-■ «*. >.,::,:: 



■''" humaii beings. 
■ bcauUIul Friday morning; the sun shone 
to blot out the blood-chill- 



'OH upon us A ghastly scream 

announced the first presentation of the ghoulish 

IK '"' '" be closely followed bv secondary gasps of 

in belief. 

'"" ■"»*»■«■■ were at least disciples of cleao- 

;'"' "" ""•"> were persistently observed brushing 

"Itttty. But again another set back- 

mHi. W * 1 l ' r< ' ^ morous ~P* M 'onatcly amorous P» 

fast particularly after dinner 

heads so as not to show 



h dalli i.n-. then 

catch a man tor a change? 



"No" 



a s they 



back 



1 wilting to model 



BCUlOdl 



normal healthy gu-U that in contrast were angelic 
usions of heaven ^^ p,^ D>y ^ p ^ 
return again for another blessed quarter. 



^ ====== ^_TheVoice Of North Georgia College ^ 



Various Programs 
Given In Chauel 



a New Commerce Course at NGC 
Designed Primarily for Girls 




Dahlonega Begins NGC Fall Quarter 
Clean-up Drive To Begin Sent. 18 

At a recent meeting of Ihe Dan- With the summer quarter comin 



i question multiple choice test 

we would have a chance of getting 
particular audience was 

it, under the direction of 
ims presented an interest- 



September 11 



I chairman This con 
ed of representative! 
on's Club, Woman's 



gills a -push in ant 

.' '■■■ dej i ould ■ 



the 



upposed 



ill help to prove 
I ough chapel Is compulsory, 
interesting and is a definite 
■i college life. 



Kadel i (fficei -. who i 

extn i i ■ rude and unpollti 

Looks I ■ .i . Ij thi K its 

and Co-ed expei lal 

: ;■■■ .-.I I.. In- ., ■:, Mil. 

.. ■.l.-irnli.Tiiii- ii. il mil. ,1. , |1 

''Hi 'I' I. OllllH-. .Kill ill hl>[|,,i:il)ll 

North Gcoi gla ' lollege 

II ■ 

!| " 1 1 ■ ii- ihoi tage 

■' i help i- 

rlance ol the ne i i 

The world 

"led cnoul ■ 

chaos of war wiiiiui having to 

membci one thing 



Istrj 

n so In Tee an i i 

• ■ doi id to .'!■■ ■ 

knov I. >i:'i- ..i medli al boctei lologj 
medical biology poraaltology. 

Ill I r.niiil-. Mm., I i- . ■■ 

"i i complete ui In il] 1 1 ma 

lario dlagnosffl and mnltm >. iui 
It Ii hoped thai x-ray can 






Freshman Week Schedule 



■ ■ 

Si pi 20 E 

. i, PI 

\ isll Lib 

■ 

Registration 



Varietv Show Here 

By Officers' Club , ..„ 

Is Great Success 



« ■ given Tl 

i'ii . ii deaigned i 
Bludenl with tho 

I proi iii'iii iui i tn 

(in- employment ol o tei rotai i 

forth I ■■'! I Ihe i 

■ .!. pi t, ip the in l 

in the Soutl lb i i! 

Medli al ■■'■- rotai '.i 1 gi idui I 






i 






Board of Regents 
Met at Dahlonejra 



Apetltudc i 

, tilil.nl 



■ 



berl Morel i and Pern 

hill-billy Mini 

■ 






the i 

■ 
■ 
.... 
■ 
itlvi ol 

■.'. H on ■"■ ' trea 



■ ■ 



Septembei 23 — All attend church of 

■ 

: i nut ions — 

- ptember 2o 
Ounen and Sophomon 















and 22 <-"o!eman Carr o 



mly be clanu-d 

bug roulir 

■ 

onpanlatj throughout the 
■ 
numbered thrrc Carr and David M 

England acted as general headache 



■ ■ 



Ing fun 
building 

b) Ihe Agrlcul- 






and Miiwir. 






ADET BUGLER 



U.S.O. Announces 
Plans For Terms 



BSU Ends Very 
Successful Quarter 



Beauty 



Welchel-Shirley 



Sigma Theta Frat 
Dominates Campus 



undauniini: 
rose in full array: 
wind whurper- 



h Ccorgia Colleges was the 
cc ,u wedding of Miss Lanelda 
WhelchH. daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs .J C. Whelcnel of Clermnnt. 
r,a to Cpl Robert Earl Shirlej 

student of NGC. 

In the presence o> •.««- 

and relatives n,y. ">.»rW 

■ ■ 

ZTL\tu<^ ^"attendants j' 

Virginia Shirley and, 

Robert Wheichel The 

r ,.|„- street dress with Mae* 

■ 
1943 and taught ot Lola. Geor- 
,,i 1944 Sin- 

: 
here at NGC 
■fried couple 



, Fraternity. 



night, August 11. Till 


turned out 


to be one of the bett 






sually large 


crowd attended. 




The next day. August 12, the 




ke Trnhlyta 


iccompanied by the 


elite of the 






rip was enjoyed by 






ognition service at the last 

■ ■ligible for graduation. 
The) are Georglne ii 

Georgia; Vivian Fergu- 
son, Woodland. Georgia: 

. 
iv, hi I'liim.in. Sandersville, Geor- 
gia; and .James Perry. Ellavllle 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 


• 


A Bank You Can Bank On 


• 


rice — Efficiency 


Member FDIC 


BANK OF DAHLONEGA 


Georgia 
^ - J 



hi 


■ '■■ ■ 


i for n lolei dot 
















nsel Hill 


This will take 


1' 




s, u and Wo 
The boy« and 


» 


■" 


S; l u ' lM 




■ Well fi 






The Y W 


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(I 


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J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



THE LEADER 

I lei The Square 

i Mm ii .1 i mi DRB N i:i M'\ m w i \i: 
Gainesville, Ga 



THE SMITH HOUSI 

In the Heart of the Itluc Itiiiye Mountains 
Italiloneija, Ga, 




-I. INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

E N J Y 

niu fun, 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 

U.MI 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



THE CADET BDGLEB 



Gordon Wilkin Tells Of His Langford, Vann L. Vinton Is Head 

Experiences At Guadalcanal MakesS g tsSuc( *ss Of Science Club 



YMCA Presents 
Program In Chapel 



When the boys reached Caudal- 
canal they dug in temporal il\ 
They had been divided into two 



they atii-mpled 

The Sergeants' Club dance, the i 
First of the quarter, was complete 
.vilh di ■ i -r.i 1 1 1 ui- louiik'i' and ■ir- 



;, A special subject is given 

r are President— l.ut her 
; Secretary — Nancy Hinson; 
m Chairman — Ralph Ivey. 

irrester is the faculty ad- 



• Created 









other nighl 9 number of English speak- l 



i La bora 
■■Plastics," "Plant Kor- 
ea," and 'Infantile Paralysis' 

ed at the meeting! 



Scit 






Club. 



25th, Prof. Chaiihcinnu- k 

1 good advice relating to ' 

The n. -.i Wednesdaj 



ien. They were expected saying loud voices "se 
light opposition but had eleven," "full house," "ro 
■.est. Only two men-a 3nd other typical slang r. 



those men were captured ' 
! watched the brutal killing' 



bayimels 



nuh 1 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



complete with tail-gate The 

wn come the rain Then the 
•ally began Organization 



Wesley Foundation 
Goes To Trahlyta 



body that had been to Wesley 
Foundation was invited The Wo 
man's Missionary Society furnish 

ed the t I for the trip, and every 

body had a wonderful time, 
A few changes hnve been madi 

in regard to the Wesley Fourida 
lien \,u, ,ukt the Bugler went 

out last time ' <■ edltoi - E vt I3 n 
Spain and Sanders, New Edltoi 






MILLNERS 

"The Style Center of 



Gainesville" 



1 Cottage Ovei 75 1 adi ti 

Education ' waa the 
■. Rointi R Sto< i'i a 

aildie^ l<. 11s last \Vedn.-sda> l)r 

Slockci was former!) ,1 dontlsi 
but gave up Ills dentistry work 

to join the National Laymen's 

Evanuelislic Usui hilinn He is 

dow doing ■ real things Id the 

w..ih 01 hml, Inn; D bi ttl 
tian America, 

1 m Tin'sil.i\ in, 1 inn,; Aii^ii-I 

Tih. the YMCA had chai gc ol the 

, hapel pi. 



■ Vou ■ 



Build . 



■ led the 
the program "1 Dare 

ivld Wn mi,' Iniil III.' sec-mul 

1 the title 1 Dare you to 
Uagnetli Characti 1 " and 
11 Barton had the third tolk 
rton's lubjcol wn 1 Dare You 
Build 11 Mognctli !■■.■. - ... 1 .. 1 1 1 s ■ 

II Mnhntfri playi-.l , tpH 

olo Stardusl " and the YMCA 
.,:. ■ 1 lid Beet Bottle." 

Iti't ciili-.l'its of I'MiiiiiihI 

Chick Whelehel, Billy 

s lera and Joe Stephen ion 

Mohaffo) and the quartel 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS. Inc. 



(Read Down) 

P.M.— P.M.— A.M. 

7:30 -3:50— 8:20 

8:20 -4:40— 9:10 

5:10— 9:40 

5:20— 9:50 

5:30—10:00 

PM.—AM. 

4:00— 8:30 

4:40— 9:10 

4:55— 9:25 

6:10— 9:40 

5:30—10:00 

5:45—10:15 

6:00—10:30 

6:15—10:45 

6:30—11:00 

7:00—11:30 

'- ' 0:00 Lv. 

1 ■" 7:00 Ar. 




called 

fil sons, -Follow ' 

, anlci i li ,. Ins 

c,( Hi,, quorlor 



Ti„. 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 



Dahlonega 
Dawsonville 
Silver City 
Coal Mtn. 
Cumming 
Midway 
Aipharetta 



Ru 



ell 



P.M. — A.M. 

7:10—12:25 
6:30—11:45 
6:15—11:30 
6:00—11:15 
5:45—11:00 
5:30—10:30 
5:15—10:15 
5:00—10:00 
4:30— 9:30 
4:00— 9:00 



PM-PJM. 



Gainesville Ar. 

Dahlonega Lv. 

BUSES ON E. W.T. 



THE HUB 

OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The Square 

Gainesville. Georgia 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 

• 

A FRIEND iir NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

• 

"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 

ROBERT M. MOORE 



Strolling The Barracks 



I a 



. 

know it anyone ii In fronl of i 

be ■ hi i"'- 

Field k ■'"' ' ll ' ll, ' r " 

gO still i it '" 

lam 

\ o up in '■■ 



M | h 

.i Hughea !■■ ox 

pectins ■"' '1 : ' 

i i r; luch i" both! 

Whnl hs I ■ "i '•"' '■"""> : 

!.,, m ■ 

Honrj "»" H 



■ bei ol the burn ki 





Missing In Action 




Rhodes of Easl Point who attend- 




Pierce Kilgo. Jr. a B-29 pilot. 


1 \ 


don dunnc a raid over TOkyo 


"5 


enrolled hen- till Feb 15, 1943 




"The Robe" Proves 
To Be Best Seller 



.. .. ore hitched 

Hlrr, Burktl d UttlhH have 

s the ii ■ I " , 



WANT ADS 



ASTK Social Calendar 



/in take ,■ ■ 

n port di i- foi 

the presidency place Henri i" 1 

■ ithci leading 

lei ii.i i i i 

gewi II n..iii i ..I,. Stoetnon . 

1 Ina C01 



■ 

11 ■ i. ■ koteliup "■«' 

. 1 What's eook- 



lard labor, —Radio < 



May Wo Remind You of Our 

1 lomplete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

ODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

U LY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
Preacrlptiona Carefully Filled 



A Place Of Wholesome Recreation 

THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 

On Phe Campus Of Mortl ■ 
In- Cream Sandwiches Drinka 

JACK ROBERTS, Mgr. 



he Robe, many people ask t: 
, u ,v 'Whj has this book reach 
nd held this position OutStan 

ne of Douglas' best wrilngs alo 
ith Magnlfiolenl Obsession, Whi 
■liners and Green Light, in fa 

eneratlon through crisis as the 
,„,k n also exemplifies one 
itcralure's greatest themes — I 

1 Christianity. Douglas' trealmi 

, 11. of his story, follows the r> 
rrri of regeneration as he I 
rawn it in his previous nove 

■ ,i.,i pi rsuasive sincerity a 

of heart 
The title The Robe, was 



i|iu--Miin. 



v raimenl among them and lor 
esturc the) -I id easl lot? 

p to what hap- 
:1 to (he Robe Douglas I 1 
lorj oi Christ'! robe and the 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



FAREWELL SOPHOMORES! 

We have 

We appreciate your friendship, and 

so LONG FRESHMEN! 

See Mm 11, ai quarter! 



SMITH'S 

"Where College Frtenda Meet" 
D vm ONEGA 



he dared to pui it on 1 
I. speak. up« 
:n- feelini 
st symbol of guilt in th 
1 of conversion The n ■ 
the process is the awakm 

ace «( mind T| ■ ■ 

■ hnalh ga ' 

. ,1 . 1 ■ 1.. 
lonths of menial illness an 
crmcnl during which to.. 



Hrd 



of 



1.1 mind in 
ig ., ulpture and art '' h1 ' 
tep the acceptance ■""* 
hmc t hii b 

. .11. ■■■- 'i' 

tianlty of ,hjt 

'hroughout th.' plot !'"■ 
repict the 



lanit) 






■ 



rhe Hon burns from a small 

■ .. ■ , . ■ 
,■.... ■ 

vi 1 at ft 

he was put to death 

■ 
hom 1 P"< '° 

■ . ■ 

. .: : ■ I ■ 

"•fid Hi. kingdom 



and 



and good »» 



TIP-OFF 



By RALPH IVEY 

rd to find suitable weather (or participation in tr 

of boys will get together and play Softball, tenni 
■country or the obstacle course, or participate i 



SOFTBALL 

tournament 


'.r,„ 


=H 


labs 


he originally s 
ailed off. 'B 1 ' c 




'"or 


ȣ 


FOOTBALL 


s Hall 
football. 


The 


drill field to h 


the highlight 
of cadets gath 

h, putting .., 




' f ai 


think 
res. He 


hal Brightwell is to be 
• getting in shape to 


play 


„" 1 


i: 


pliyei 
















tBSSIS 


H 


IE' 


is in full swing no 
Tourney," 


-:£ 


z 


'*«" 


SIDELINES 


the "Eight Ba 
provied a va 


STL 


d interesting pr 


::::: 


? 


'3 



Educaiion department will have a loaded schedule. The ( 
phys-ed room in the Barracks will be constantly u 
sporting equipment We're eagerly awaiting the 



Cleanup — 

—Continued From Front Pace 
ing the bov scouts minieoe.rapln.'d 


College Orchestra 
Proves A Success 


^estions to give to the 
nil, in Then a rally was held in 


posed of members of the former 


i-ei.- K. mil Liuil speeeh- 


dents was suddenly orcam/vil <« 


tbe people to clean and 


the 28th of July, iust in time to 


ded work to their own 


play for. and make a big hit at 


Tin mill defret \»ilh this work 
■', i- i ■ discover! that 'he town 

lobs ol taking care of sanitary 

Hire. [Mil-time employees in this 


promptu organuation repeated its 

girls Rec. Club meeting the nigh 
of July 31 For such a small or- 
chestra (si* mem with so littl. 
practice their playing Ls extraor 


detail and it may be 


The orchestra has been aske. 
in provide riiii-u for 'he Officers 
Club Formal Augusl mil) 


,r continue it wori 
public sentiment and 


Carter trumpet. It I MftSSej 


Dahlonega will be the 


E^r^' 1 '"™^ 



The Bayonet 



HARBIN and BARTON , 



FLYNT finally got 



New Members 
For Rec Council 



definitely a 


gainst the Ree Club 


for lately < 


e rain has prevented 






Between -h 


«er. thev have begun 


Which has 


,-,„,,! ,„ ,„., ox . 


citing. The 






<■ Merrurean and the 


Trahlytan i 


im won OVffl the Hip- 








members have Keen 


added to the Rec Club Council 


Thcj are 


\ ii-qiniii Kingerv — 


S porta Man 


ger and \nn Wools*) 


Secretarj 


The Coui 




plans regarding II i 




e quarter which Will 


■ 






ler the programs ol 


the Rec CI 


b h.ive Ik ,■■,.-.-, il 


■ ■ :-! unusual 


i he] began 


with tbe lIlppnlM.iti'. 


pri'M'iilinj. .hilnr- Still to slllg nil 


'he iuIbj 


■ i im- cirls: 



SHIHLfcY ami LL KE 



CA1 Li IW « 



Alumni In Service 



LI Bennie Spainhour 
tended N G C, in '40 

ed FIj Ing < 'toss ai 



(ash and Carry Cleaners 

MARY M. COOLEY, Owner 

Across the street from the 
COLLEGE CAMPUS 

Special service given to N.G.i 
students and faculty. 



l.i James Allen Glllreath I 
■ a . received 

.i.i vi gator. 

, eived hi navigator ■ wing 



-d mi the aircraft carrlei 

■ 
i iMi Buskleu of Atlanta has 

wounded In the Southwosl 



i.fliHcl wh.i ill. ii.l. .1 N 

tloned at Great Laki 



Captain "Hoke" Kcllcj Is 
base hospital In 

■ 

iomi'lliint; abmil f-mriei -.1 inl.-nl ■. 

,1 North Georgia and their 

nhi'-wnit'iii-. If in. it.- ii- i i 



i Georgia College " 



GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

■Till' Store v,ith the Hlue Tile front on the Squa 
Gainesville, Georgia 



No Doubt You've 
Noticed 



i .ii i- bi in-' hi ' blue 

■ i le 

in ,i I. in, limit/ iIm".-. featuring a 



Hps ir h, i ing wearing o teal blua 

loffcto iiu . ■/. hi. throi quai l< i 

'■ 

Hi ,-..1 Im i i-fl 



wearing loi 

UIco Red 

■ H . 

,,.,1 ..,1,1. 



i white dotted 
Kiel ■ Mi D ■ 

h in. hi, i, k Jem 

letl 



CADET - CO-EDS - 

., ; . nt BREAD for those hungry moment? 

AUNT" BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 



THE SMART SHOP 

l-adies Read} -to- Wear 



THE CIDET BUGLER 

CO-EDITORS Zul/Vr Vmton. Shirley Ziealct 
5S MANAGER Charles Payne 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph hey 

1 XCHANGE EDI I OK Evelyn Spain 

STAFF— Leo Crosi II I Miller 

Kalhrun Sntomi Anne Edge, Henry 

Hitch Bill Toajson. Wen II Patrick 

Huahes, Juney Ray Hill. Chattel 

NEWS STAFF— David Wynne Donl King 

Anne Woolsey. Mary Hender^m kmh- 

leen Ftazer, Edmund Butler Ann Sun 

r,:nh M',\leu Winm Ihn^on lu 

litis Still Aligene Abeecrombie, Bernicl 

TYPISTS— June U arson, Joan ; 
Arrendale. 
li INIST 

(Al LI 1^ Al >\ ISI KS II II lull,,;, Pro/ 
England. 



Just Ambliir 



AROUND THE CAMPUS 



Faculty Features 



tl ill n "i L041 Ybrahai 

i. ,,<-<•] \.ui'i i ,. <,i i ... -'.1 1 1 ihe leading u an 

Junior College \ 

aldwin had defeated m<;<" there earl) In 

■ hi 9 inii- had u phed i 

>l yame •■! .i Iwn i.v in..- ■■ in r n. ii, 



: i: 



■■, n ■■..■ con (I 

' rl lii Ml \l ' ■ I. ml l.nl Willi Mil 

foul oui wcnl Bill] HcDavid. WQC'i best abol thai 
night Quenton Perklni who had played hli hcarl 
The 



■ dribble down the floor; Lhcre 

■ hi ki pi ■ oln 



rai ki .""' Bai ne ■ i 



■ 
men! Idea o popular in town of 

Tin- old dead tree mi the forward 

■I-, [Ion hn been ■ i 

onc'a drew I and moat ol the 

iei ii topped and 

th rUl thi 

walk* an well have come In on 

il I UllOl 



I,..- 






on Mi.- -■ pui 

oni ii poll ni 



, ,,,., 


si lo certain cadets on 




Peggy Tyson, from 




e country was married 


' 


fficer Alex Dalley. cur- 


1 




. .,. 1 










lucky fellow. 








of the old sophomore* 








,j.i through 




on a whirlwind visit. 


topping onlj i" dlai upl the loi al 



irse. Bryan Redd, 
Iroppcd in from 



Spe, 



Did a ■ 

of Uuford, Clasi ol 

bai I- (in- nth He ■■- now, at 

mod oi the gradual n the 
Maybe wmcdaj I'll come back to 

..,:,, ,,i ■ \- i iom* 
pany oi who the boj Ii thai 
cditoi ol thli »hecl now Maybe 



BARNSTORMING 



odd other girls 



some suffering male •fflTpJ 
nd saj ve this to - ,.;,,.,, 

begin my career as m a j| rain 

m the stationery th 
up each night if onk , h ^ 
gave so freely of stationery 

the words the* 



■ hi. Id. 'ii i.'.leir 



English teachers— litu 
itudew 



; in two whole quai 
is nothing to It; 



.-in. I tin leu.'.- bcE.iri flowing again 

The mail route is another interesting fe 
campus activity At first It was a pr. 
perl mentation, finding out just who coul 
with the very important task of earryii 

gomel 's when they'd passed through a| 

llx different hi and been crumpled i 

■ i I I— ki I i mce in a while the) ev 
reach their destination at all By no* 

iIi.m- iif.iiihiii: unfiles have all found th 






seem to have a 

L ^ clean enough to keep 

report. By the end ol 







i love Hon do '.mii know? 


I 


II \ln. H 


htl lettei i" thi i m md 




mil. 




l.l ,.„ll, 
rtogi i 


1 !„■ ,lr.,|,|„ .,, mi I .1 , 

Iwill ' ht 

m ■! iiuortci Mi 


ndc ■ up .mil down the 

i Mm | Vnnc -i ■ 1 


"'" ■" 







■ || .,!.,< , 

i nlwsya did III i lo Ii 

1 '"' n'llhtl] r ■ i the) coil ii purl 



THAT WHICH IS 
FREE WEEK-END 



■ 



Musical Mad Man 
At North Georgia 



■ ; 



■ 




■ 
■ 



f.,n,l h..|.,.. lui ihr future. Ii, il 



'' 

,.,.,„',„, : 

'■;" 
,„,, i, 



1 graduall) bui ■ i 

'• a< hi i • noUced ihat u i 
■ i on and ■ aa Fi 

■ I'H'-'II III. .si l.-M.-|l(..d Ml ..ii ■ 

1 P ■ ■!.. and i, 

' ' 

■ ' r "' in, nice III i l.i . 

.,„ 

• cone ol frantic ol 

■ ■ ' nil i..n ■ . ■, 

i etui Ing to deaf ear*. "I 

l.i I :, ... :, . ,. to ■ 
everywhen 

■ • ■• m ,. .., !,„ I, ■ .[., 

ip trip to tllanla B) 

,, ,,,,„, | all . figure-. -ho«^ 
. ., 
approximately 20 passengers. This excessive wel|W 

■ . ■ 
. at, i ■ ■ 

■■ I'll -!'■■ V- "" n 

■ d< world 

pru ,1,-nt thai ■ 

■ 

. . . 

Sle*i 

i 
■ 

IU ekon»r 

. , ,.- werk-*W» 



====== __ The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



BurdettelsLt.CoL, 
Reid Made Major 

At 1:50 P. M. on Thursday. Octo- 
ber the fifth, the highest tension 
to be found on campus In the last 
two quarters exploded when Major 
Hutcherson Issued the orders of 
promotion. The results, both 
amusing and gratifying, were as 
follows: 

Staff. Lt Col.. Burdette. J ; Ma- 
jor. Reld, Andrew; Capt . 8-1, Vin- 
ton. Lather; Capt. S-2. Key, 
Ralph. Capt. S-3. Morris, Louie. 
<;.■;• S-4. Gayler. B 

Band. Capt.. Jarrard. H G . 1st 
Lt, Stover. Wm ; 2nd Lt., Woody. 
B B: 1st Sgl. McCard. R; Staff 
Sgts — Still. J.; Owen. R. Nichols. 

Company A. Capt Westbrook 
W.; 1st Lt.. Cross. Leo; 2nd Lts — 
Collier. Robert; Edwards, Doug: 
1st Sgt.. Curley. Chas.; Staff Sgts 
—Carter, John; Vann, Claude, 
Anderson W,; Sgts— Craig. H.; 
Towson. Bill; Girtman. Billy; Gur- 
ley, Ernest; Harbin. Ford; Kilpat- 
rick. H.; Purcell, R; Owens, Wm 
Carter, W,; Wynne. D. 

Company B. Capt , Prescott, w . 
1st Lt Payne,, Chas.; 2nd Lts.— 
May. Tom; Crump. W.;; 1st Sgt. 
Tucker, Clarence; Staff Sgts — 
Yarborougb, Ben; Tipplns. D ; 
Bolding, B; Sgts. — Burgess. Ted; 
Maddox, John; Stevenson, Joe; 
Fowler. H.; Hall. G,; Bell, S.; 
Pearce. B.; Thrasher. J.; Jackson, 
J ; Haines, J. 

Seven Are Added 
To N.G.C. Faculty 

We welcome to North Georgia 
College seven new faculty mem- 
bers They are Mr. K R Ary, 
Miss Sara F. Adams, Mr L Gil- 
bert Barre. Mr. C. E. Henson. Mr. 
Chnrles E Lawrence, Mr. Oscar 
H McMahan. and Miss Mahala E. 
Redd. 

Mr Ary. the assistant coach, at- 
tended David Lipscomb College 
in Nashville. Tennessee, and has a 
B A In physical education 
Harding College In Searcy 
Kansas, where he was assl 



Owens Now Heads Cyclops; 
Vinton, Ziegler Hold Bugler 



lWHM|l|f*f>)r'*tf fit 



AtLrn 



A * 



THESE WERE THE DAYS OF OLD 



673 Students Are Enrolled; 
Largest Group In History 



i for I 






summer he was head of the YMCA 
In Moultrie. Georgia. 

Miss Redd is a graduate 
North Georgia College and 
Uuiverslty of Georgia. She 
working here as assistant dictic 

Mr. McMahan. of the Math De- 
partment, has an A- B. Degree 
with a major In physics from Okla- 
homa A and M . an M. A. Degree 
lf i physics from the Arizona Unl- 
l an M A Decree from 
Oklahoma A. end M. School of 
Administration. Prior to coming 
McMahan worked with 
me world famous atomic bomb In 
Oak Ridge. Tennessee 




leorgta College mi 
I with 212 students 
his would have been 
j( number for 



Sigma Theta Frat 
Initiates 21 New 
Members Sent. 30 



They arc: Barney Bishop, Charles 
Beckham, Argtn Boggus. Stafford 
Brooks, Ralph Cannon, Perry Car- 
michael. Wallace Crump, Carter 
Collier. Ernest Gurlcy. Ford Har- 
ben, Henry Hitch. Herbert Riser, 
Fred Lee, John Maddox, Tom 
Mathews. George Moxley, William 
Owens. Jeff Rogers, Chick Whel- 
chcl, Bill Woolard. and Fred Woot- 

Officers remain the same as of 
the last quarter— BUI Prescott. 
President; Claude Vann. Vlce- 
prcsldont; Luther Vinton, Secre- 
tary; Leo Cross, Treasurer; Ralph 

who was president last quarter, 
was elected President Emeritus 
unanimously 

Sunday afternoon, October 7, 
Mrs Owens gave a lawn party for 



Impossible for < 



'o-eds applied in such large 

; running over. So the faculty 
ted finding places out In town 
girls Now girls are staying 
fitc House, Schultz House, and 
k House. Naturally, Sanford 
1 retains her standing as the 



mltory. Some boys ar 
the old playrooms the 

applications possible. 



I In- ■'.■iiuijii.id's \vit.' r.iinprtratii'eh 

few and the qualifications high. 
The staff Is now ready for addi- 
tions and work will begin Imme- 
diately. All pictures, snapshots, 
and copy must be completed this 

On the staff of the Cadet Bu- 
tler, Shirley Ziegler and Luther 
Vinton remain as Co-editors with 
Charles Payne as Business Man- 
ager. The next edition of Hip Bu- 



■ first 



Dec.-mhiT 



At prescnl both the yearbook 

greatly affects the quality ..i both 
publications In view of this fuel 
we would like to request anyone 
on t hi- ruiupiii who Is interested 






offer t 



by 



hav< 



ajorlty were accepted. 
The future plans of the Sigma 
heta. though still Indefinite, tn- 
udes hikes, picnics, a dance, and 
verol other socials In addition 

•r seventeenth This quarter the 



■•t..ff 



U m i 



the Texas College of; 

3 lr Henson is a member of 
Departmcnt- 
h:l1 a Bachelor of Education 
libera Illinois I 



gods They just wants 
respect as upperclass- 



Social Calendar 



13— Home Ec Picnic 



i't think I is uklna 
de Sophomores, cause I 









Southern California 
"■ersjty and the Fletcher School 
— Continued on Page Three 



and girls respect. >'°« Fresh- 
will not only help them out 
likewise. 

Good luck, 1 1 1 

. G C. 



totetmtvl 



V M C A informal Dance 
Oct 20— Free Week-end. 

Home Ec (Halloween 

in formal Dance: 
Nov. 4— Sigma Theta (Sun. a 

S O 



Not. 24— Thanksgiving. 
Dec 1 — Sergeants' Club. 
Dec. 8— Officers' Club (Formal 



Prof. K. England 
Resigns. Will Teach 
At Georgia Tech 



to the regret of faculty 

teacher" for the last two 
^signed from the teaching 

Friday. October the fourth 
Professor Kenneth England, and 
e name sounds strange written 

.- Fall of [04] and Immediately 
deared himself to the students 
Did Infinite un- 
' 'I. in that school 
ar he had beeoa 
t Dramatic Club, faculty advisor! 
the BUGLER, and advisor of 
; Sigma Theta fraternity. He has| 

ded, or rath<-t 

my other voluntary duties which, 



Freshman Talent 
Night Sponsored 
Bv the Y.M. - Y.W. 



samples of It Into 



csllng 
lefly mi 



which 



i Included n trumpet 
Mahaffey, a trom- 
ftoyal, and piano 
i by Bussey, Charlotte Mabry. 
; Ann and Norma 

I lii.llori, 

nbert 



i by R, 



itid Brie New* 



Perkins, and Lynda 
a trio. Two qunrtcti, the 
House Quartet and a Hlli- 

lilllv (Jiinrlct wi-re alio featured, 

k Moxley and Beverly Bow- 

«eh with a special technique, 
rod solos. Robert Holdt 
d us something new in tap 
Iff, and Betty Jane Mitchell 
a most Impressive reading. 



Prof England r. . 

Education at 

a Teachers College at 

■■"J his Masters In 

•o! at Duke for one quarter, 
began his hectic career as a 
her In the public school at 

I Mathews. Georgia, al the tender 
age of nineteen and a rear laU-t 



hit |ok«f. merriment, 

and laughter and been sheltered 

[•mania by hl« rverprrs- 

ha* evidently been 

this fall ho received on offer from 
Kb to teach Human! tlea, 
1 
and not even his lovi 
could sway his answer He will 

■ 
Iwenty-aecond 

Prof England will long be ro- 
of those 
■ ■ to love him ai a 
brother. He never seemed much 
like a father. But this ioi 
an obituary, and he wouldr, t Ilka 
that. 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Group 
Receiv 



Of Students 
e Honors 



Cliff Collier Now 
Outstanding: Man 

FITZGERALD BOY AS OUT- 
STANDING MAN OF CLASS 

(Reprinted from The Fitzgerald 



outstanding man from each g] 

rult Training Unil iCombat . 
rowrncnt This selection Is bf 
pon loyalty, otter 
ependablllty. and t 
ence of those qualities 
re partlculorly charocte 



Our Alma Mater 

For the benefit of tie nc 



Proudly we hall thet 
Reverence thy name, 

Strive for thy glory. 



griduiUna ' 






■): Emalyn Ruth Allen, 
an; Elizabeth Carolyn Cal- 
Tallulah Falls; Katharine 

ind; Betty .lean Ellis. Cur- 
Wanda Elaine Hawklni. 
rat; Betty Jane Mitchell, 

Dahlonega; Chi Ctirtli 

Fitzgerald; Miriam Jean 

Suches; Wiley Slenson An- 
weal Point; Sam Slnde 

:, Decatur; Argin Artemlls 

. Hbgerald Billy BoldlnR. 
rj Brincli Hrank McCallo 

DeSoU: Howard Douelo* 

le; William 
urald! Thomai 

I Green Wlddleton, Colquitt; 

Dooly Miles, Duiw ly; 

m ONeal Pre«ott, Conyorsi 
land, Wrights- 



n of Company 89, 
week li Clifford 
. ,ir B2/C ICA1 

Fitzgerald, Georgia 

The "Boot" (mining of b corn- 
lowing his ten 'I <: 

choolh, Aviation Ordnanceman 
school. Aviation Radioman School, 
ir Aviation Machinist'* Mate 
School, for further training <-""! 

i i,-. i.'.i (oi further 
training In the Aviation Hndlo- 
i. . i, TraCi ii .'i 
Memphis, Teni 

Blm orely yours, 
n l> HADLEY, i, him Com 

I SMI OfflCOl 



I SO Plans Bridge 
Tournament Soon 



ALUMNI 
IN SERVICE 

Lt Tomrnv Huff who attended 

N <•■ i' in i'ii:- U ■ 
the Navy in Tokyo Day 

■ ■ :ilt<-iiileil N. 

n C In 1!M4 ll now in mr |' 

Training on nn Air Col p Cadel 
at Ki'iii-v t"n hi Texai 
Mi-.-. Mai tha Sue Moore « 
h il to Mo], .1. C 
brook, and thoy are now ital 



Greenville, s. c All of tlioa 

■•! n G 

Ji -■ ii Wind in la now m the 

U S Naval Academy al Vnnapolli 
Ma|, Robert F Oarnor, of 

Tampa Florl<in li.r Ixvn nppnlnt- 

■ ■ 

Uon of the !■; petui Ci tend 

Lt Wlllard u Smith ,.i Gainci 

ovci the i'i pi 

during the Pacific Campaign, 

Jack I. Stephenson ol Mlanta 
reei 1 1 ■ ■- n solved till comn 






Geoi 



iathv.1 ■ 



[0 ,,ii,l . Iii'ili 
|..ni.. ,-,,,-h 



Ihi < i l 



Officers Wesley 
Foundation Group 
Named for Quarter 



worked OUl by the able leader* 

only IntercMted hut busy The so- 

i i.i i depl lenl Is well developed 

with hikes, USO enterUlnmcnl 
eti The ■ plrltual part Is being 
worked up from I 

light and spiritual Subjects, Then' 
ore nl way* project* to be worked 

out ■ uch ll '" ; i ■ 

The paper, ' Wet I03 E idl n 

Mewi [» ■ Ing printed, There 

are openings Uii 

ini- tod In that work It's the 

grapo\ Ine "i thi ■ 

Tho council Is n I way i n ad] to 

wel ■ you i lee to II thai 

you find out ohun 

are President Vnn ffoolsoj V 

President, Franl Pari ei Si i n 

lutv and Trees i lot > Df 

Worship i c Ic 

hum C unity John Sutton 

World Frlendsh ■■ 

bcrem Roeri itlo 

„.,i on Hti Ii Planlsl Ruth Mien 

Sun,' loader, Mai i Bdn i Kllng 

Wcslej Foundation New» staff, 



K.ln, 



■ I oiviinl I milk i'nr ki-i 

Mill. Itlllpll Mov . K, .h, -i 

.loiin Sutton It., l„it n 



m In ' oi. 1 1. .I' iii,- boyi 

H\ bocausv the treat} has 

■I igneel M.. ■ 



Sanford Hall Has 
Been Redecorated 



hl.OT One hundred .nd Iwenly 
one c<Mdi. Mtyloni- "< " hom .*" 
Z, tehmen. .re no» l.vM. 
om in an over-crowded 
dormitory „ 

Despite this incon ™'" C "" () „™ n ' 

years. During 'he summer vaca 
lion it was completely redecorated. 
Every room, the halls, and even 
Ihe basement were repainted: the 
watercooler was restored •- 



Rev. Dendy Leads 
ReligiousEmphasis 









■epaired and In 
for the use of the co-eds. 
ine Sanford Hall officers foi 
the fall quarter remain the same 

"resident, Alice Redmond; Vice 
Mitchell 



YM and YW spon 
Emphasis Week, tr 


charge of the 
e first service 


5If 


light 


October 


"'clock Mon- 
22nd 


thai 


Fo 


Dendy v 


as announced 
ill also be in 




ge of 






following 
and that 


Tuesday and Thursday 
there will be evening 




MS , 


n Tuesday. Thursday 



and Friday nights in addition I 
the Monday night service. Stu- 
dents are not required to attend 




formulated plans enough 

keep UI busy during the Fall 

■ include raising 

■ buttons to the Na- 

iitv ,v,.i Fund Again this Chrlst- 

,,„■ wi Will C id gifts of fruits. 

mis. candy and toys for many of 
he underprivileged children of 
in section 

At our weekly meetings we will 
tud) I is women of the Bible. 



■ 






Memhers of thf- cabinet have al- 
eady been appointed These are: 
Mary Anne Martin, President 
Virnima Kingery. Vice-president 
Kathryn Sessoms, Secretary- 

Nancy Hinson. Pianist 

Charlie Curtis Smith, Vocalist 

Betty Calloway 

Doris Fackler 

Shirley Zlegler 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



THE LEADER 

On ll,,- Square 
I \oii- 5' iml I mi DREN' Rl V.D1 



ill. . II: 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

In the Heart of (he Blue Ridge Mountains 

Dahlonega, (.J a. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

ii Can Bank On 

• 

ice — Efficiency 
Member FDIC 
HANK OF DAHLONEGA 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Tins is A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

111 VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

me fun, 
Good fellowship 
and 
>i>ur favorite game of 

BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



X.G.C. Glee Club 
To Give Cantata 



C. Glee Club for the fa 
Under direction of M 
s it will give a Christma 



Mar. Edna Kling. 

lows: Sopranos— Do ris J ean King 
Mary Edna Kling. Lenora Tate 
Joyce Willis, Lurene Tate, Vir 
ginia Bishop. Joy Maynard. Janii 
Reames. Dorothy Corn, r-i-..j ; . 



YMCA Making 
Plans For Quarter 



I. Aligei 



Theda Bur- 
Virginia 



Beth 
Thornton, Helen 
leu, Betty Black 
rel, Catherine 
Bowers. Elaine 

Kingery. Charlie Smith. Franc 
Brown. Miidred Horton, Marion 
Barnett, Ann WooLsey, Jean Stev- 
enson. Mickey Whitmire. Joan 
Terry. Mary Anne Martin. Doris 
Fackler. Elizabeth Combs. Bernice 
Tilley. Evelyne Ellis. Tenors- 
Roy McCard, David Wynne, Bon- 
nell Pearce, Ed Timmons, J. M. 
Bum. Albert Eagor, Tommy Hicks 
John King. Altos— Shirley Zieg- 
ler. Jean Ziegler. Evelyn Ethe- 
ndge, Jean Healon, Julia Palmer. 
Bases— Julius Still, Billy Smith. 
Thurston Futch, Henry Welchel, 
Bob Burson. Joel Biles, H. G 



me YMCA had its first i 
L g 21 toe faU 1 uane * September 
8 The meeting was cau^ 
rder by B. B Woody. Acting 
resident The program consisted 
f a piano solo by Jim Matthew: 
trumpet solo by R H Mahaffei 
song by Julius Still accompanle 

by David Wynne, and a speed 
our faculty adviser, Di 

Forester. 
The attendance was not ver 

good and is expected to be bette 

by next meeting. 
Acting officials are: 
B B. Woody— President 
Julius Still— Vice-President 
Bonnell Pearce — Vice Preslden 

Ralph Ivey— Vice President 
Program Chairman. 

Plans for Fall Quarters 

1. Freshman Talent Night iWe 

Dance— October 13 
Religious Emphasis Week— 
The school will be honored by 

>. Faculty speakers for YMCA 



I, Wayne Bagwell, Howell 
Virgil Price, Robert Holdt 



MILLNERS 

"The Style Center of 



Gainesville" 



A Place Of Wholesome Recreation 

THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 

On The Campus Of North Georgia College 

Ice Cream Sandwiches Drinks 

JACK ROBERTS, Mgr. 




THE BAYONET 



No Doubt You've 
Noticed 

>d lool 

Lynda Lambeth's brown skirt 
figured Witt two large brown 
Baker's and Ann Palmer's 



Inch - 






JESSE Is only looking 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Prescriptions Carefully Filled 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



.vcred with names and appli- 

Btllta rlL-ht out of Vogue and 
Mademoiselle. 

LTtie Smith's chocolate wool 
i split-hem skirt, Elsenhower 
Jacket, and walnut buttons. 

Judy Palmer's and Elaine Lewis" 
'in suits of a beautiful rich 

Betty Jones, shepherd checked. 
aiuririR a fascinating neckline. 
Bin Lehnherr'a soft watermelon 
ool with a filled collnrlesa 

. Moles' tailored dark blue- 
worn with a pert black 



with alligator access 

the ever-faithful me 
Lynda Lambeth's 






—perched on 

Beau Monrr appearing in a two- 
liece pastel checked dross (oalur- 
ng o huge black bow, lor her 
Sunday date with Andy. 

Shirley and Jcnn Ziegler In 



t PRICE-less bracelet going to CALLOWAY. 



t BOWERS, be can always gel a Bootlegger, 
f-shoet. You'd better start 



has been eliminated i 



Seems as If ability 



GREETINGS 

College friends have always met here to discuss 
the matters on the campus and here it is that 
you have continually brought your dates to 
enjoy our — 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 

GRIFFIN'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHI.ONEGA 



Holly Theatre 

Dahlonegra, Georgia 

Week Resinning 
Tuesday, October 16 

Tuesday 
'HERE COMES THE 

CO-EDS" 
Abbott and Costello 

Wednesday 

"MR. EMANUEL" 

ilix Aylmer - Greta Gynt 

Thursday - Friday 

"FLAME OF 

IMRBARY COAST" 

I John Wayne, Ann Dvorak 

Saturday 
"MAN FROM 
OKLAHOMA" 

Roy Rogers - Gabby Hayes 

Monday - Tuesday 

"SALOME WHERE 

SHE DANCED" 

Yvonne da Carlo and 
R d Cameron 

Wednesday 
"BEDSIDE MANNER" 

John Carroll - Ruth Hussey 

Thursday - Friday 

"FRISCO SAL" 

Susanna Foster and 

Turhan Bey 

Saturday 
"BAR 20" 
Hoppe 

Monday - Tuesday 

■AFFAIRS of SUSAN" 

Joan Fontaine - Geo. Brent 



Thursday . Friday 
■THE GREAT JOHN L." 

Greg McClure and 
Linda Darnell 



ADET BUGLER 



BSU Council Has 
Splendid Banquet 



i devotional lead 
and program 



joyed a delightful supper, 
been planned for a social activity 
probably take 
week. 



i Sattirdaj Bften r. 






■.■In led 



Rex Initiates 13; 
Elects Westbrook 



lowing Friday night s 

electing new officer 
nating pledges. 

The following wer 
office Willy Westbroc 
Henry G. Jarrard. 1st Vlce-presi 
dent; Charlie Payne. 2nd Vlce- 

tary and Treasurer; and Clarence 
Tucker, Scrgeant-at-arms. 

Old members Include: John 
Carter, Robert Collier. Doug Ed- 
wards, Gordon Hall, Julius Still, 
i ■■■■■ Thrasher. Bon- 
noli Pearce. Tom May. David Tip- 
pins, Jesse Jackson, Ted BurgeSC, 

Initiation was held Saturday, 
October fl The following were 
initialed as mi 

Craig. Josh Barrow, Chucl Her- 
ring, Micky Mlddleton Butter 
i, ... 1 1 on Uei nl Harper. Horry 
Hodges. Stewart 

101), Ted Blizzard, DIM Roblnimn. 
The Ren i* iponsorlns, u In 
formal dance November :t. ind 
everyone Is cordially Invited 

Evei ■■"I"- In <' ■ 
forward to thin quortei Bl botng 
est In Us hh.ii. i ■ undei Ihi 
able leadership of Willy West- 



tdvl 



Majo 



Piedmont Druj* Company 

"Gaineaville'e Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drink* 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



BARNSTORMING 

rrlrls .o-an-so clad hiding in bed while the painter painted 



! beginning of the quarter. 
New Freshmen getting up at day-break t 
Everyone physically disabled after their 



■ the heart) o 
■dueted 



ting their nightly letters to their 
Iris since the Sophomores have 
he Bam Walch that ink-spatter- 



The i itlon ■■< the girls since the rate 

. iiing. Come on girls, they f 
I10W ASTKP's dating the n 



an. They'll 
■ night they 



Sn\ girls. " - 



Home Ec. Club Has 
Plans For Many 
Social Activities 

The Home Ec. Club held lis 
first meeting of the quarter last 
Friday night September 28, 

Plans were made for three ma- 
jor social activities for the quar- 
ter. A hike and supper at Co-ed 
Cottage is first on the list. The 
Jlalloween Carnival, which the 
Home Ec, Club sponsor's each 
year, is scheduled for October 27. 
The Christmas party at Co-ed 
Collage will be at the end of the 
quarter. 

There were several vacancies 
in the offices which were filed. 
The officers of the quarter are as 
follows: President. Kathleen Frai- 
er; Vice-president. Charlie Smith; 
Secretary. Catherine C o w a r I; 
Carolyn Huf(; Pro- 
Chairman, Lurene Tate; Re- 
nent Committee. Oveda We- 



— Continued from Front Pago 

Mr. t. C Barre I* a member of 
the Physics nepnrtment Hi* 
tended the University of 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA Bl S, Inc. 



He did graduate work 
University of 
New York and for the past three 
yean hr* was Superintendent of 
the Olympln School system. He 
Wl pretldi Hi Of the nidilnnd 
County Teacher's Association, and 
Dolegftta Bl the South Carolina 
■ ntlon fur nix yean 

i n member of 
rtment. He has 
A B from MerrtM 
rrom Columbia University In 
v VoTi Hi- was superintend- 
nf schools throughout Oooi gin 
he taught at Toch High in At 
I Edl- 



I llllrf »l 1 



i he v 
I Atlanta 1 



Frances Adams Is 



L. Vinton Leader 
Of Science Club 

The Science Club meets b 
monthly on Thursday night i 

meeting various science topics ar 
given for discussion At the first 
meeting Shirley Zlegler discussed 
the new blood factor Rh. 

The officers for the fall q 
arc Pre Ideal Luther Vinton 
rctary, Nancy Hlnson; Program 
Chairman. Ralph Ivpy; and F 
mcntarlnn. Shirley Zlegler. 

Everyone Intcntod in science is 



CADET CAPERS 



attonded North Georgia College In 
in 1941. She hu 
o B B A. Degree from the 
versiiy of Georgia. She did cleri- 
cal work in Georgia and Florida 
before coming here 



(Read Down) 
P.M.— P.M.— A.M. 



(Read Up) 
A.M. — A.M. — P.M. 



12:30 - 6:00 l.v Gainesville Ar, 10:80 8:80 
1:80 6:00 Dahlonega 9 10 i 10 



PM.-AJ*. 

:: 00 7:80 Dahlonega 

3:40 8:10 Dawsonville 
3:56— 8:86 

1:10 B:40 Coal Mtn. 

1:1 "ii Cumming 

5 ' "»i Alpharetta 

■ r i:i r i 9:46 Roawell 

5:30-10:iiu Sanrjj 

6:00—10:30 Atlanta 

ALL BUSES ON K.S.T. 



P.M. — A.M. 

6:10 11:86 

:. 1" 10:46 

6:16 10:80 

6:00 10:16 

1:46 10 mi 

I 'in 9 80 

I mi 9 00 

:: 80 B 80 

: mi . fJO 



— \ 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Vour Headquarter-, for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES DRINKS LUNCHES 

Roosavell Square 



te correctly the aver- 
□come, add his belly- 
; wife's bragging, then 



Neighbor: "Have j 



Kissing j I'll! in an automobile 
i all right, rules an Illinois 
judge. As if we didn't know 1 



er He's an nth 

believe there is 

Mother: "Marry 



kiss. 

bllity up Icj her. 

The modern bathing beauty 
owes her success to putting just 
a little more into a little less. 



o many cadets who pray 
knees on Sunday prey 
the other 



THE HUB 



OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The; Square 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 

"A COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 
ROBERT M, MOORE 



Library Purchases 
Best-SellersforUse 

Those interested in physical edu- 

hundred new books have been re- 
cently added to this department 
If students are interested in any 
of the sports, there is available 
s book for almost every sport 

sellers, you will find 'Forever 
Amber," by Winsor; "Captain from 
Castile," by Shellabarger; "Im- 
mortal Wife." by Stone; "The Bal- 
lad and the Source." by Lehmann; 
Dolphin Street," by 



Us Po' Freshmans 



not behind the plow-' just behind 






farers," by Wickenden; "So Well 
Remembered." by Hilton; "The 
Black Rose." by CosUin; and 

■Three O'clock Dinner," byPlnck- 

On the nonflction list six most 
outstanding books are "Black 
Boy." by Wright; "Report on the 



THE TIP-OFF 



different sports Even thoueh at 
i participating in Ule tniercollegiat 
intramural ones. In spite of the 



Rec Club Holds 
Installation Meet; 
Has Splendid Plans 

The Rec Club has begun a new 



We had s 



You will n 



> of i 






tivity 



; men should read 

■ men. by Clark W. Heath, 
jses this book as a brief in- 

irant Study of normal young 
at Harvard University. The 
Study lends aid to nearly 
>ung people who need help 



i-.hvily This book I 
laughter and high s 
With gentleness and i 
sings with joy in lif. 
"The Appreciation 
by Roy Dickinson ' 
duces and explains 



l'. Ilj[l '..,■[ 



i wealth of illus- 









"Pencil Drawing," by 
.V Watson, demonstrating 
liferent pencil techniques, 
-You're To Be an Artist." 
ick Price, who introduces 
student to the workaday 
! professionals art 
e religious realm Mary 



i will be a personnel 
hat means you will 
or 5 prs, of shoes. 



u're R. N. R F, I. that's tough! 
p. m. inspection is a dust inspec- 
>n if you forget to dust the top 
you're light switch button that's 
right— just notice how nicely 
■v identify you the next day on 



t forget to holler 



helpful an 



t how to under- 



Cash and Carry Cleaners 

MARY M. COOLEY, Owner 

Across the street from the 
COLLEGE CAMPUS 

Special Bervice given I 

students and faculty. 



BASKETBALL 



s coming back into the hiehlights of sports i 

son so were looking forward to some goo 
e of this season will begin around the 15th i 
is just started and the boys are getting the fei 
More games will be played this season tha 
. Coach Sheets informs us that lie expects t 



These have 



i captains explained ' 



I of the meeting 



points for the last three quarters 

tan's team. Shirley Zlcglcr was 
elected as the sophomore girl who 
best typifies the athletic spirit of 



era! good games played between tb 

■oplaces "Shorty" (Coach tlcnnmgi 



i phys-ed 
lii.ii in we will have various 
and spccdball after th 
given .... Eighteen 



Tackle Football Now Played 
At NGC On Sports Program 






Urn i 



high 






Ipment is available for everyone. In preparation fi 
the A and B company squads, some of the Phys Ed 

i.i. Hi-.- n.u i fi.rniiiiHiri tj.'kio j.i.iy; while playing 

ach Sheets stated thai he I golna to teach (he T-form- 

because he believes it to be the b< ll The Phya Ed 
livide into groups within the sections, and will play 

football winnei la declared ThJj will help to develop 

■■'!■ ■ ■ -HI JltillL'tlC 'III I 1 li.l IV M 

men for his company' 



will I 



i be i 



, be I 



I will I 



schedule ol gi 

Inner li declared. 

Extensive work has been done to lay off a football field on the 
The grass has been cut, and the field has been 
ff Goal posts have bei 

heat of the first part of the quarter has bumpered 
imcwhal, but everyone is looking forward to a sue- 



pa< Iced and i 



Compliments of 

GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

"The Store with the Blue Tile front on the Squ 
Gainesville, Georgia 



CADET — CO-EDS - 

hen you want BREAD for those hungry moments 
be sure to look for 

AUNT BETTYS BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville. Georgia 



THE SMART SHOP 

Ladies Ready-to-Wear 
Gainesville, Georgia 



i regular meeting v 



tin- (.■nmlnc qil;nt'T 11 was tlei-ldi-il 
that there wouldn't be B«10raJ 
election unlil winter imarti-i' The 
dates for Freshman day and co-ed 



ed week will follow fie week end. 
The new learn captains are 01 

follow ■■ Hlppolytana, Joyce WUIls] 
Horcurean, Elyae Williams; Phi 
Omicron. Frances llarbcn. Trahly- 
tan. Celeste Fftuai The el (!■ 

cers remain: President. Shirley 

.1. . i \ President, Nancy Bin* 
son; Secrotari ■ tow Wooltoy, 

■ 
Managers. Kathryn Sciiomi Wv- 

'.unlil. Virginia Klngery. Jo 

Meschlne. 

Every team has held IU InMnlln- 
tlon service for new members at 

iiu' i cottaji Ul 

each girl woi gli an o candle which 
■ ha iii trotn 'in loam ■ andlo hold 
by the captain The pledge was 
i the program woa 
completed b 









With pi ■ freshman- 

■ iu,.. nii.h- ha ki tb 



V/YNNE-TERRY 
TALKS 



ii\f 



the 



the 



Thi EV1 '. 

IKES are no lor ■ 

\Ins and REIDS are BROWN 

BR< a iKS i. 

, drop 

I 

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■ 

■ 
. 

I I if hi i BLIZ 
/Aim 

U1KT so we 

■ i RKINS 

until is,.- sparks 

In the 

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CORN) 






■ COBB 



THE CADET BUGLER 

CO-EDITORS Shirley Zlegler. Luther Vinton 

MATURE EDITOR Mary Anne Martin 

BUSINESS MANAGER Charles Payne 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph Ivey 

FEATURE STAFF— Leo Cross, Kathryn Sessoms. 

Jean Ziegler. Anne Edge. Henry Hitch, Robert 



Jnst Vml»li»* 

By LUTHER VINTON 



AROUND THE CAMPUS 

BY SHIRLEY ZIEGLER 



ibie, Nancy 



FACULTY ADVISORS— H. 



Odds And Odysses 



"Oldtimers" who hod been part of the record 
enrollment last fall marvelled at the net* record en- 
rollment, and the triple chow line stretching the 
length Of the dining hall building. However, they 
took this in stride by showing remarkable Ingenuity 
In Ihinkinc up new ways of breaking Into the line 

glad to see such a large amount of potential military 
talent on the drill Held, II helps school pride a 
great deal to have a large military unit. 

One of the : tnuif.i I M,;hr in <M ,1 uih ;ii ■,■ ..■ 
the large number of boys wandering around with* 

out uniforms Th rj tar ted ou 

khaki uniforms, mid ended with nothing but tlei, ko 
m^n: 1..1 tbi boyi bi v. v\ U 

After nil of the registering, uniforming, place- 

■■<»•■■ final)) 

to the mild bedlam ol the first clauos. 

A bewildered fm.hnnui would Midnvnii liml \„ hi>. 

be was In girls phys-ed rather thon 

i' 1 would dash madly out to tlnd the right 

class The bookstore wot besieged I 

kei < looses had to bo 

routed In and out at IjuiMhu: by illfl.-irul doom 

New cadets soon learned the th i 
parts of an N.G.C. vocabulary, "stick, " "flinch," and 

"on the bull." Sore nrms to. i title the tact thai 

some caught on rather slowly, however, 

These things are uli Just port of a natural n I i 

opening The new class promises to 1 10 of Ulo 

1,1 ■ ' ad ii "y ways, Kveryone 

the spirit of things and nettling down 



and serene. Sometimes It breaks 
through In the form of unexplained 
laughter or even the South Amcri- 



does. North Georgia will beco 
other commonplace school. 
During the first two weeks, 



I high freshmen for 



at home when I kept the neigh- 
bor's young hopeful and heir The 
phys-ed and military idenoe 
periods and the Solunl.r 

'.r-.Tiifil lobr iio>)oi iinlnt'i of i uo- 

fu inn bringing out questions like, 
"if i have English the third period, 

ho on ad Infinitum As a favor to 

'!■■ ' i fit . ij intelligentsia, will 

the confused ones pleate slop and 

think it out for theouelvei 

As most of the sophomores will 

rather rigorous campaign during 
■ -iiier lo gel a new flog 

Km the < i i The campaign wu 

unc-sldcd us II went but finally 
Hi'' tin.: v, ,,\ . <i innji-'illctillv ovr-i 



spirit In some ol 

so just bear with i 

throw my remarks at the boya who l.„ 
y the "all important beings" at NGC 
laid before this is essentially a boys' military 



' a ealn r 

at n.g.c. 
*•' military 

r-th ought, but 



' campus 



school, the co-eds being Just 
where are the boys when It comes t 
activities? Yes, the YM.CA. boasts a 100 _ 
membership but what part of that 100 per cent 
attend the meetings each Wednesday night? At the 
first meeting of the Science Club this fall only three 
boys appeared to hold up their end of the discussion 
with fifteen co-eds Glee Club too balances two 



, think Iw 
111 way or 



girls I 






boys to girls 



this 



campus i 



m getting 
• Smith's t 



i friend and 

qulel corner waiting for me. Yes, 

anyone when he leaves, I'll ser- 
lainly never forget him. 
That's all for this time. I hope 
enjoyed 



lo one count 


ng cadets onlv, five lo one count 




these ratios almost do a turn 




pus organizations. A similar ap- 




resentation on the Cadet Bugler 




vened up the boy girl ratio oo 


particular ac 


ivity, but even though it Ig the 


im portant o 


e to me, thats Just one organj- 



The most recent example of this lack of school 
It was shown by the small number of candidates 
i applied for the positions of editor-in-chief and 
mess manager of the Cyclops. Only four candl- 



ing on September 30. It was hard to believe that at 
one time so many candidates would try out for these 
positions that it was necessary for the committee 



view the candidates ; 
there ought to be Ju 



i, Certain- 
at N.G.C. 
: talent for 



freshmen I 

1 tli[ou>:li.ni( > 



WANT ADS 



On the Cyclops, I will admit, the boys have 
taken their places, but I still maintain tbat they 
are at greatest fault for not supporting their campus 
activities All right, boys, go ahead and say it's 



> anything about it— 



WANTED; More Q.I'.t— Vann. 
WANTED! More dolrs!— Co-eds. 

lot bracelet— Rose Evan*. 

nd; 2-1-. — Beau 



Moore. 

I. <isT: 



Of H. ..iMIf 



S.G C 



Luther ' 



hi, 



mother button— Kat. 
wo and a half buttons 



—Jajlle West. 

WANT1 i> Qulel iftu u , hta 



CASE HISTORIES 

North Georgia College has Indeed! a lon * 
mmntic history which has made for the college an 
«cellcnt reputation in the educational field. Many 
itcresllng stories have evolved from this history. 

The "case" histories which I shall discuss are 
ot recorded facts, but personal histories, or parts 
f Uiern, which now exist only as memories for N.G C. 



Thaw Out, Frosh 

Most of you have already, but Uior •• 

eem i bum that nothing's gonna 

bite them I suppose they just haven't gotten ■ 
opportunity for finding out what they 



Impressions And Promises 



Trying to itudj 



student not *?l mum t mention 

such a minor Inconvenience at 

thai toj ons anonymous "Pro! 

■ i thai with hli 



focUvoly" only 2oe I 

excuse !■ an poor as "I don" 

>'i the fault] .in 

■ 



night an 

for as one "prof 
vas heard to U) 

whot | s expecte 



ol lis limits Know whew 

use you know you'll get something from 


■ ■ 
■ 


Meet them halfway, or 


. 



glad you are he 

asking is, "Just make Die rc:.t of us sure that you 

are really part of the place we love— N.G.C. God 



> late, 



IhOUgh we may bo 
by the amount W 

•' day, It Is no 

"" """tic and breath- 

moment you were handed 
placement telts, Some of ui 
"^d our Ignor- 
■ 

for any human 
being. l„ ip ,„ ,„ 



and booths* 'Tip 



ntU 



. !■■. 



oui innermoat feci- 

■ 

write dcclarlm- a 

work. Not too 



students and alumni. 

Aye, from the pillars of "A" and "B" building 
balconies, the ancient desks, backstage In the audi- 
torium, und the booths and walls ot Smith's, 1 nave 
collected surviving vestiges of romance and send* 
moot of rein both recent and long past 

The older-looking carvings were made bold and 
deep, hold mystery but reveal little because they 
"■rr onl) Initial! within carefully shaped hearts. 

Those of more recent years are smaller and not 
so deeply carved, but reveal more. To you aged 
sophomores the.-.c may bring back fond memories. 
Gene and El". "John Lee" and below. "Savannah," 
Jo" (appearing on obout 40% of the desks 
Hob." ■'Ruth and Topo." 
ask me which Paul). I J" st 
»w ii In the canteen), "Mlnttl and Warren." "B B. 
>nd Margie" and on and on. 

Some of th e "freshest" whittling* are "Nicky 

! Edge, "FH, and W.C" 
Scattered through all this are other quaint re- 
mark., such «^ 
■ ade of a knife— It dug its own gran 

; RINT LIKE THIS 
■ ■ I ut Maddcoc. Towsoi 

... ■ and other* 

10 mention. 

Ves, it'» history— a history of living and loving 

i romantic soul like »«• 

boa mere disilsuration* 

holes In my paper « M ° 



which make i 



V fr GaM Buglet 

-= rAe ^Q'ce 0/ ATortfi Georgia College *r 




"tv Ki-ginal 




I], pastor of 


■ 






'<W, Ga prese 


nted 


an ecllfhten 










Religion," to 






Rose Evans 








«dr«.* 




■ 


b C 


aia gave one 



food iddrow i Be 



tecreUrr unoppowd. 

I elected 

Freshman cla» officer* reveal 
a preeedenl in llie history of 
Georgia Coller 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Wesley Foundation 
Leads In Vesper 
Service At Brenau 

On October 26-28, the annual 

ferenee was held on the Emory 
Campus in Atlanta. This eonfer- 

Cowart and Joy Maynard repre- 
N G C campus These delegates 



Twenty-three New IB. S. U. Convention 
Enrolled In Science 'Is Held At Athens 



U.S.O. Sponsors 
Talent Night Here 



Club At N. G. C 

A regular bi-monthly meeting 



1 on Sunday night, Nov 
\ deputation was sent t 












Vinton, presided over the election 
of Virginia Kfngery as vice-presi- 
dent. Program chairman Ralph 
iveg presented .lean Ziegler who 
discussed 'Hoy-Fever Gets the 

The members 



lemben ■■> the Science Club 
;ed and decided to send 
> Youngj Luther Vinton, Shirley Zeizler, 
night, a: Ralph Ivey, and Virginia Kingery 






Sheets and Sunday afternoon a 
forum was held on "Christianity 
In the Posl War World." Sunday 
night ihe group. Ann Woolsey. 
Mary Edna Kling, Jerry Guine 



from 



[>!■[.. llllli>'[ 



Y.W.C.A. Prepares 
Christmas Gifts 



the last edltlot 
cooperation wli 

Talent Night 






uU program was presented 
meeting" Ralph Ivey, V 



s cmislMi-d >■( tin* linliTiii 



contestants received caodj UaMl 

anything from yo-yo* to sordines 
Everybody seemed to enjoy thi. 



ivi begun 

un of the 

i-iiiitlmir-ri 



throughout 

Through 

County Welt 



idr.-n who live 

s gUtl tor the«c 
members have 

i In i li'stlliY H 



Women's Club 
Acts As Sponsor 
For Basketball 



ouble-headcm of Ihe Keaann 
•/omen's Club of Dohloncga. 
the leadership of Mrs. C. 

raffle the proooeda ol 
mil go fin purchulng 

lO hook* for the library 
first game was Jammed 

Bclion an thi BophOl I 

won 10-12 over the galloping 
femole foculty Ml living thfl 

of ii... [acuity 









B li'iiH i.ni'l 

ing forward* ware LoDora Tata 

(..I the Bnpl ind Hi 

Hoirli for Ihe faculty. 

The rattened turkoy wo» hrougbi 

onto the mlddla nl thi a I pre 

cei'ding tin* third oveni ol the 



which 111.- rn.il.- Iiintlts i 






wllh I 



ioi tha itagi I lant) ol thrllli 

,i . wail aa Ulai Its Uthough thi 

l"i ial "i tha military depart- 
ment bad a galaxy of »t»r» they 

ware unable t" ova ma the leal 

moving faculty learn Sgt Spray 

berry and Mr York wara the Oil) 
■tending playon 

] hraa i beei ■ In tha Wi n'i 

Club of Dahlonaga. Iba taan 

uiembei-s and tha Ola gObblu 




charge of Dr Hugh I 



of Copper Hill T- i 

aaed ua on "Chrl I I E caltad 
Through Me" 

i ' aln l (Witney Oakc. who 

id Mra D F Siampii. who was 
tiilv.l.iiiary to China for twenty- 

The convention closed Sun.luy 



ilng after 

Jordan 



by 



Alumni News 



who wos 
B, 1944 ot Rona RIvtT, India He 

attended ngc in HM2-43 

John Clemente. class of '41. 
from Buane Visio and it C Cartoi 
from Thomoston hove returned 

to , r, in.*, ni^ i.iiv.i m pan v is 
In the Army of Occupation In 

Innto is at Camp Parr] Virginia 

ii rid plans lo studv 10 autlcl nl 

William ond Man College LI 
Bar I dale Ji is In charge of 






Bui Ho 

, , ia ol i- M | 



un nl remit corrln In the PBtifli 
irei 1 1 Corn Jajnaa Boyd from 

Dahlonogt. bos i a racentlj 

tranafarnd from destroyer duty 
to the i Fllvoi llty Of Wisconsin. He 
wai a tudanl hare in 1038-39 LI 
CharlCl P pt, also from Dah- 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurance 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 

LADIES' and CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR 

Gainesville, Ga, 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

In the Heart of the Blue Rid K e Mountain* 
Dahtonega, Ga. 

Willi,-, M.Smith AGoodPt.™ 

Mary L. B. Smith GoodPeopl. 



Reid Is President 
Of Officers Club, 
Succeeds Burdette 



election was held The vote was 

bla place Other officers remain: 
Henry Grady Jarrard, secretary 



■ formal dam 
Officers Clu 
the eighth i 



and punch for 



)rchestra has not been asked t. 
play but they probably will b; 
ight of monopoly The admissioi 



from eight unti 






ticipate in the best dance of the 

The Variety Show originally 
planned at the first of the school 

the resignalion of Pmf. t-.igland. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

• 

Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIC 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

Dahlonega. Georgia 



THIS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO VISIT US AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome fun. 

Good fellowship 

and 

Your favorite jame of 

BILLIARDS 

ALSO 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 



Rowland Elected ! Anne Edge Sponsor Sgts. Club Sponsors Miss Redd Student 
President of SigmajOf Rex Fraternity 8-BalI Tournament Secretary of B.S.U. 
Theta Pledges 



, held i 



arterly I 



auditi irium after chapel, t 
Theta Fraternity elected Joe Row- ! ed sponsor. Miss Anne Edge' 
land as president of the Pledge 'ntroduced She was presente 
Club. Others elected werer Harold S°ld '°cket on behalf of the I 
Fowler, vice-president; Will What- 1 ternll >' by Miss Winnie Phill 
ley, secretary, and Virgil Price, ■ Wno nad been our sponsor 
treasurer. The Pledee Club con- the ^ previous quarters. 
sists of seven other boys: Jim seems ^ U some member 
Farmer, Mac Gignilliat, Royi members of our Fraternity ha 
Harris. John King. Joe Meadow, brain storm while the decorati 
Marvin O'Dillion, and Bill Whittle were beln S P ut U P Almost all 
Few boys were chosen this quarter 8 ' are was eliminated by unscr 
since the number of pledges i 



1 by pi; 
ryone enjoyed 



biu..- 



to Coed Cottage for supper 

The Panhellenic Council, c 
posed of three members from « 



that night and the opening of the 
new Generals was above expecta- 
tions The members of the Pan- 
hellenic Council are: Willie West- 
brook, president, Bill Prescott, H. 
C, Jarrard, Claude Vann, Charlie 
Payne, and Luther Vinton replac- 
ing Leo Cross who has recently 
joined the Army. 
The Sigma Theta 



led over by Wm. 



meeting early in 

* Tucker. 2nd 



reasurer: John Carter; Chapl 
nd Jessie Jackson. Sgt at ar^. , 
The Sergeant's Club guided by 

among which 






be i 



ance and therefore is being com- 
pletely reorganized Miss Mahala 

is the new Student Secretary, rep- 
resenting Dahlonega's BSU for 
the State of Georgia The Council 
is being enlarged and the present 
organization is being divided into 

f officers 

is cordially Invited to 



te BSU. 



Sanford Sophs Go 
Caroling at Xmas 

As another year is closing and 



liege of the sophomore girls 
o caroling one night during the 
week of the quarter The girls 



are usually invited In for refresh- 
ments. Last year tbe girls received 
many special treats. This has been 
planned for Monday night. De- 
cember 17 Wc are looking forward 
to a cold wintry night with the 



The annual Christmas party 

will be nn th.' following Tuesday 
nigh! Everyone will gather in the 
lobby lighted hy the open fir*- 



Halloween Carnival - 



'- IS Given by Home Late Tournament 
r, „ • rii . Decisions Announced 

=»■ Economics Club 






mil. 



by 



sill | 



ter free- 



s sliclilly 
! England 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

On The Square 

Visit Our Fount for Refreshing Drinks 

PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



made predictions of the fu- 
Othcr entertainments were 
ountry store and a jitterbug 



e Club Is the Christmas party 
Co-ed Cottage. Each member 
looking forward to this as It is 

le of the most enjoyable Bctlvl- 



i ifli in 

the faculty While the girls arc 
apenlng then gifts, Christmas 
:arols will be sung and refrcsh- 
nents served Everyone is eagerly 



-IK'i'dl.nll i.'' 
frahlytans. 



Arrendole, Evelyn Elhridge 

Wanda Hawkins. Jean Heaton 
Norma Palmer. Catherine Recce 
Wynette Smith, Elise Williams 
and Jen Zicgler The second team 

Patsy Carney, Itubye Connelly, 
Doris Fickler, Virginia Klngory, 

Audrey Lane. Betty Jane Mitchell 
Mary Ruth Nix, Alice Redmond, 



DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA BUS, Inc. 

(Read Down) (Read Up) 

PM.—PM.—AM. AM. — A.M. — P.M. 

Lv. Gainesville Ar. 10:30— 2:30— 
Dahlonega 9:30— 1:30— 

PJI.— A Jl. PJ1. — AJH. 



12:30—5:00 
1:30—6:00 



Faculty Women 
Enjoy Supper 

faculty Healed ench other during 

course, a tomato juice cocktail. 

The main course, consisting of 

chicken ji la klnu (Will I to 

and pineapple souffle, ipleed kum 
quota, baby lima*, celery hearts 

and olives, mid niffei-. w.i-, sci vnl 






i by 



Economics 
IlSI Ray, Miaj | 
Alley The ti 



e lurkey* for place c 
Mill Mrvi'i lorvi 



WHEN TN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

SMITH BROS. 

Your Headquarters for all kinds of 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 






(U'slKn and r.-in.-r. .! it .," 

Desert was served In the in- 
firmary by Mis.. Bryan. Miss Me- 

Cann, and Miss Adams ThW ' 

pleted the progTWaiVC tuppei unii 

v..nllb, n, 

cake, and coffee Tilt 

«ii- 'I u'lil' •■» I'lvis I by tlit. 

I,,,,, ptrticlpajll IBd Lh03 VI 



3:00- 7:30 
3:40— 8:10 
4:45— 9:15 



Cumming 
Dahlonega 
Dawsonville 
Midway 

5:00— 9:30 Alpharetla 

5:15— 9:45 Roswell 

5:30—10:00 Sandy Springs 

6:00—10:30 Atlanta 

ALL BUSES ON E.S.T. 



5:15—10 
5:00—10 
4:45—10 
6:10 — 11: 
5:30—10 
4:30— 9 
5:15— 9: 
4:00— 9 
3:30— 8: 
■?. 00 8 



THE HUB 



OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The Square 
Gainesville, Georgia 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 

• 

A FRIEND OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE FOR YEARS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

• 

"YOUR IDEALS ARE OUR IDEALS" 
ROBERT M. MOORE 



Strolling The Barracks 



ally becoming i 
Sections seven 

bv the wayside 



Congratulations 



J barrack*. 



Ha boyi taw ittrted 

titled "From Study 
Dean's List in eighl i 



Ilss Martha?" 



playing "daddy" 



A Place Of WholeBome Recreation 

THE STUDENTS' EXCHANGE 

On The Campus Of North Georgia College 

Ice Cream Sandwiches Drink* 

JACK ROBERTS. Mfr. 



May We Remind You of Our 

Complete Stock 

YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

SODA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S CANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
Prescriptions Carefully Killed 



LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 



THE BAYONET 



JEAN or CHICK? 



FRANCES, one button don't count nolhin'l 

.MnnSRY" whafs your answer to SYdWs proposal? 



irery thing is STILL in PARIS 



s NANCY having a ROYAL t 



DOUG, we didn't know you bad love making behind : 
ilnesa — maybe It Just took ALLENE 



No Doubt 
You've Noticed 

By Mary Anne Martin 



jo Bobbins— red 
Lynda Lambeth- 



• of High School ttm,. 
rs that the glrLs ha»e 
om their boy friend, 
-red Gainesville sweat- 

-e— red West p bn 

Fulton 



! Cyclops for VIRGINIA 



Thought LYNDA went 



It TIMMONS THE FOOTBALL PLAYER or just plai 



r CHARLOTTE has an early slai 



o Hunter— white from Marietta 
lo se Evans— white from Tifton 
teverly Bowers— black from Hart- 

lara Baker— gold from Rockmart 
Slolse Cogburn — blue from Pick. 

New hair-dos popping up: 



■ and Ellen Miller 



I STEVENSON, we thought you were engaged It 



BARNSTORMING 



.ilt.-r; ■ r'turlnlK- Malirv 



».il < orti - continuous Jabbering 

■trab l high iplrlt when ihe recelv 
Bstt] Jean anxiously awaiting a ci 



i Room 19— a full I 



mounly awaiiiiLg Thanksgiving! 



Alumnae coining bark I 



( buttons on Ihe bottom o 






STRAYKO— 1,1. Col. Bgrdete. Finder plea«- return— Sara Moles! 
FOUND— A/8 James Burde|l*._T). S. Nary. Camp Perry. Va. 



Holly Theatre 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Monday, Dec. 3 and 4 

"MUSIC FOR MILLIONS" 

June Allyson and 

Margaret O'Brien 

Wednesday 

"CIRCUMSTANTIAL 

EVIDENCE" 

Loyd Nolan and 

Michael O'Shea 



Thursday - Friday 
"ALASKA" 

Kent Taylor and 
Margaret Lindsay 



GREETINGS 

College friends have always met here to discuss 
the matters on the campus and here it is that 
you have continually brought your dates to 
enjoy our — 

TOASTED SANDWICHES HOT CHOCOLATE 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT COFFEE 

OR 

A CLEAN GAME OF BILLIARDS 

GRIFFIN'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEGA 



Saturday 

"FALSE COLORS" 

Monday, Dec. 10 - 11 

'OUT OF THIS WORLD' 

Eddie Bracken and 

Diana Lynn 

Wednesday 

"TOMORROW THE 

WORLD" 

Frederic March and 

Betty Field 



Thursdav and Friday 
THAT'S THE SPIRIT" 

Jack Oakie J 

Saturday 

"COMING ROUND THE 

MOUNTAIN" 

Gene Autry . 

Monday, DecTl7 - 1» 

"I'LL BE SEEING YOU" 

Ginger Rogers and 

Joseph Co tton _ 

Wednesday 

"DON JUAN 

QUT1.LIGAN" 

William Bendix and 

Joan Blondell 

Thursday and Friday 

"FOREVER YOURS" 

Gale Storm anil 

C. Aubrev Smith 



WHO'S WHOM" 



ieo. Doug Edwards w 



two votes as Miss N.G.C. Kathryn Sessoms i 
ggest man hater and Willie Westbrook as bigg, 

; the r 



Physical Ed Club 
Organized Here 



.utb lovelies as Charlies Payne. Leo Cross. William Stover Bill 
'rescolt. and Thurston Fiitch. Mrs. Sirmons and Miss Bailey repre- 
ented the faculty on this score. Miss Bailey seemed to be quite 
.opular polling votes for cutest girl and best girl dancer, also. One 
,opeful wrote down for campus beauties, "5 me. inch." Another 

One person was very undecided about outstanding sergeant with 
Anyone of them. Anyone of thems stands out " You're the judge 
U to how they meant it Someone else with a mischievous pencil 
»role for biggest romeo. "Chuck Herring ihe thinks, i" 



Mousey's votes w 


ere not only amusing but 




ampus beauty. Miss NG.C, 


est goldbnck, big 


jest man hater, and biggest 



and wife. Other notables in this field < 
and Mousey, me and her, Charlie Payne 



Companies Have | hiB h nc a e ^ h „ 
Lively Competition c h hose j ^ «j*j; 
At North Georgia » » IT* "' 

! lege. There is ab 

School spirit is a very important oi convincing him 

factor in any college, for it does ; the best military i 



MILLNERS 

"The Style Center of 



Ed Club is composed of boys and 
girls that are majoring in Pbys I 
Ed,, or take phys Ed. 285. 

The officers of the club are: ' 
President, Anne Edge; Secretary, ! 
Evelyn Ethendge: Treas . Charles ' 
Payne. Jr. Faculty advisors are: > 



Anne Edge, Nor 



"A" Company 
; Downs "B" 27 to 

A blazing sun witnessed th 
|"B" that began at two-forU -d*. 



Dame's four horsemen. 
! only once in the course 
hole game "B" Company 



Rec Council Holds 
Banquet Nov. 16th 



through 
delayed 



Cash and Carry Cleaners 

MARY M. COOLEY. Owner 

Across the street from the 
COLLEGE CAMPUS 



Special service given to N.G.C. 
students and faculty. 



cheering sidelines. 
The hockey tour 



iiarter was a semi-formal banquet 

■ndlng were Shirley Zleglc 
eck Moxley. Ann WooUey. La< 



, Jerry Gwine. Genny 

{in Boggus, Jo 

■in Meaders. Kathryn 



Cannady 



Ig Moxley 



King 
Shugi 



ZicRler president. Mary I 






PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



Y.M.C.A. Hears 
R. Cooper Nov. 14 

The YMCA got off to a good 

ally lame membership The cabi- 

bers They are- Jim Mathews. R. 
H Mahaffey, Joel Biles 

The first three programs of the 
quarter were interesting talks 
given by Dr Forester, Professor 
Powell, and Professor Henson. re- 
spectively Our next meeting w.rs 

YWCA. It proved to be th it 

standing program of the past sev- 
eral quarters Professor Booth 



: talk . 



'cdncsday, Nov 14. thr V 
is Its speaker. Ray Cooper. 
it Secretary of Y M C K 



Library Corner 



Compliment* of 

GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

"The Store with the Blue Tile front on the Square" 
Gainesville, Georgia 



•B 


etwee 


n Two Word 


1," ■■Dragon 1 








■ Gate." inrl 


' 




ntlal AKcn 


" "DragM 

I.Biiny Budrt 




ATe 


m Munich 


".'uTt"ul 






















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,\ s 


by Ortrud 


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uitbi 










Atwarp In 


September When 


uch a glim 



CADET - COEDS - 
When you want BREAD for those hungry moment, 
be sure uj look for 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Made by 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

Gainesville. Georgia 



THE SMART SHOP 

Ladies Ready -to- Wear 
Gainesville, Georgia 



CADET BTJGLEB 



THE CADET BUGLEiE 

CO-EDITORS Shirley Ziegler, Luther Vinton 

FEATURE EDITOR Mary Anne Martin 

BUSINESS MANAGER Charles Payne 

EXCHANGE EDITOR Jean Healon 

SPORTS EDITOR Ralph Ivey 

>«EWS STAFF— Doris King. Anne Wootsey. Mary 
Henderson. Kathleen Frazer. Aligene Aber- 
crombie. Nancy Hinson. David Wynne Bernlce 
Cannon. Ginnie Bishop, Lenora Tale. Mary 
Edna Khng, H. G Jarrard. Judy Palmer. Doris 



FACULTY ADVISORS— H 



CADET CAPERS 



SLIGHT ERROR 



eah, it was one Ol 
change scenes with the stage all dark She asked 
for her lights and I thought she said light.-. " 



■ ■ 



voll when 1 oauilc 

■You reme 
a couple ol y 



■ I'i'lr mi' 1 



WUl WTOl >'.■ ].. u.iri |ph 

murder thus: "Forltl 

lib i.mtinl Hie insurance 
t practleolly nothing but In m. - 



t a swanky church and. 

difficulty, he located 
1 d Uk| to join dls 

a dilemma "My good 
• do you live' I hvi - 

was the rapl] "Than 

wtii foi u,u to Join a 



Jnst Amblin 



Around The Campus 

By SHIRLEY ZIEGLER 



coughi "i"! 


t to wri 


e but unhappily I'm finding it qm^ 


' — *— 


diffirulldiffic 


U as any other I ve ever wnteen. j,^ 
sake I'm going to take one last fling 
e campaigns The Science Club ha, 








Jch P e~UoToi 


UJ ■ to we ■> 


North Georgia College, so In le( j{ 










here It comes again. The Cyclop, 


he Barracks," 


staff consists 


of thirty members, seven boys ana 
girls, a good 3-1 ratio. So. after an 


•J^'Z. 


my pleading. 


you're still letting the girls run u,, 
ies Aren't you ever going to assert 
od 1?) and take over your carnpuj 






wracking Ideas the Bugler offic 

will he too quiet to be bearable 

I have wondered lately whetho 

the epidemic of Influenza ll pla 



Light duty 
.mil linlf UK 
of AWOL 



cycles and that 



abundance of 



WANT ADS 



WANTK1I— A plat 



WANTKK— Anolher « 



K'k.— Girls Phys Ed Cltu. 



w UnU) I < —Andy Held. 
LOST— Jarrard. tul *ern coc 
WANTKD— A way to attract at 



\\ Wll II Mm. t 



"TLA" pirty — ( allowi, 



WANTED Hon lirdu In the Infirmary.— Goldbrlrks. 



WANTED— A pUoi of privacy.— ti tea dlea. 

Him '• 



'» buttons!!!— Zombie. 
FOUND lilt Head.— Bill Towion, 



i raoenU) n> Hi i. mi Mi Martin 

iiw bab) makoi i ■ Thousand 

OUUnd lm>- i" il»- r,.iiuh 



The Call Of The Open Road 



Rl Inj in Hi,- aai iv ring 

loaning warm c)oU 









■ 



typical <if North Groi- 

i ■ i.i' »■ [fl MU 

In the darkness that i .„-,,-i, 

Wi i w I Ol urn 

Own rii. eouotri Ida lay pcarr- 

■'■'" 



of 



el, like, 



1 '"'I'ii: H" 

< linn ii ol thi ptvt 

wo iiiiiii.i,-.i kion| in n,i dvnif 

fog aroused a dog whoae sharp 
bark shattered the oik 

Not a slar was shtnltu m n„ 

■ 
o halo over tin- Angelic rangta 

< of the distant 



rldfoi 



a old i 



ol tin trtndi ol thougnt that the 
il brine 

1 '" '■ '■!' Hnbarkmmti on 
1 '■ ol Lha winding road 

1 '■ brooks and vallsyi 
' lolhad iweaplnj fog. The 

'"'!' ■ 

' Otcb. crack ol a i w i K 

■■..V, l,„ 

manud nu ubcon i lot 

,l "* 

' "•adiidc formed huge 

' 

' tawB *■ ■-"-■' oreaUiuj Ce- 
llini from a distant 

. 

''■■■ 

■mi in ,'■.. 

Pica as we 

' Md|a bome- 
to the very 

upt'u^ 

I lights of 



1 let : 






y something 
l," Maybe 



iu happen to 

volumes of 



All right. 1 

ore important i 

ome town and organization reeogna. 
only right that NGC should 
lervice, not in the future, but 






io complete 
huge blue 



star 75. These numbers could be made in such a 
way that they could be easily read and could be 
changed as new 1 records are received. The flag 
could be easily made by the Home Ec department 
and hung to the left of the stage in the auditorium. 
The plan no* scheduled for the recognition of our 

plaques of those killed in action and a complete 



rank and 



V| (v 



good plan but ' 



Leaving this last idea ■ 



e time to say g 


ood-bye 


too. Honestly, it's one 


the hardest thin 
gler misses me 


gs I've 


ever done. Whether the 
"m going to regret very 


s paper on the 


>uson 


K way to Gainesville to 


tf y co-editor and 


£?« 


aff are already anticipat- 
next quarter when there 


nl be a Shirlcj 


Ziegler 








h impractical but very 




and impossible ideas. 1 could go 


forever and tell 


Tern" 


things I'll miss and lone 


so long for nov 


, and I 


1 be seeing you 



BULL SESSIONS 

Well, personally, 1 haven't the 

slightest Idea who said it, or whether anybody said 
It or not O.K. — call It Ignorance, but 1 still think 
college life is three-fourths bull sessions. 
Today in Ihe canteen I overheard unintentionally. 

'■' ■' <■> ■ discussion which ran some- 

llnnK like tins "Do gi r i s talk about boys all »he 
Umc Ilka wc boyi tali about the cirls^" ''Dunne. 
■ boy But we talk, all right." And 






-■ ■- whet In- 



h, ad 



■ >. Missions, wneuier among you or us. rate ne»u 
shoulders above all else, In both pleasure and 



The 



For 



leve it or not, was quiet. 
HealUing this I picked up my little green book de 

over) word ol my next day's assignment, set out for 

ener at the lower end of the h«li- 

BttyatU and said a little prayer tot 

qtllll I had found, 1 centered my e>es 

no Hut alas, iupon straining my 

cors.'l I hear void-* and intermittent laughter— fainl- 

■ lovitiai tad I know where II > 

Who said anything about Spanish* 
ten Id ■■■ u ■ 
Id noun with pienti to talk aboui 
II mean we had it. 

■ "' Mialon is the song session- 00. 
"" ' I Uie blending ol vour clear voices. '"* 

n 



J know about that. 

: lhal i- how E reat music i 
IB a while we actually dr 



" '"J ,* W' 1 " »ot lh«»-lounla. 






lend 



^ Gadet Sugle^t 

The Voice Of North Georgia College S 



DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, APISH. 



North Georgia College Accorded Degree-Granting Rate 

NEW SCIENCE 



HALL ASSURED 
FOR CAMPUS 

A building program destined 
10 make North Georgia College 
one of the best equipped 
leges in Georgia is being begun 
with the erection of a new 
ence hall. This thoroughly 
dern building, designed 
Tucker and Howell, prominent 
architects of Atlanta, will be 
completely fireproof. There 
will be three stories, the first 
assigned to the Physics depart- 
ment, the second to Chemistry 
and the third to Biology. 

The cost of the building. 
$215,000, assures a building 
which will be wholly adequate 
for the needs of the college 
far into the future It will be 
mnvcniently located in the de- 
pression between Sanford Hall 
ad the Dining Hall-Auditorium 
H will face the road and will 
therefore be diagonal to both 
Sanford Hall and the Dining 
Hall. 

Another building almost cer- 
tain to be started soon is a new 
dormitory to cost approximate- 
ly $235,000. Though a few tech- 
nicalities are holding up the 
final approval of this building, 
the need for it will most cer- 
tainly bring it into being very 
won' It will In all probability 
he located just to the right of 
Sinford Hall and correspond 







' 200 students. 



hall 
designed 



the 



Glee Club Will 
Present Spring 
Concert April 26 

On Friday, April 26. at 7 
P m , the Glee Club will p 
^ent Its quarterly concert. 
The program will consist 
'he following: 

The Singers Gaul 

Hall' Orpheus, Hail! DcReef 

—The Chorus— 

H I Could Tell You Firestone 

Fackler, Soprani 

hose Tears Del Rlego 

Homing Del Rlego 

— The Chorus— 
Because _ 

—Roy McCard, Ti ■ i 
D rtnk To Me Only Willi Thine 
Eyes 
1 Tavern In the Town 
—The Men- 
Piano Solo by it'>i." e Hall 

of Hoff- 
man") Offenbach 
of Life 
ft] Marietta") Her- 
bert. 
f —The Women— 

Mana-Zucca 
No. John! Old 



N. G. C. Is Given 
Lots Of Surplus 
Radio Material 

During the past few months 
the radio laboratory of 
Georgia College has bet 
ting a great deal of wartime 
government radio equipment. 
This equipment was donated 
the college for instructional 
purposes. A considerable part 
of the machinery has been ob- 
tained from Oak Ridge. Tenn. 
This Includes electric hand 
drills, electric 

Flit These ai 



COLLIER, LT. COL; MELTON, MAJOR 
\S RATE SHEET HERE IS ANNOUNCED 



by electric t 



from War 



include 



—The Chorus — 
■ '■ i oris by the Quartet 
Itnictua Hahn planes. 

Prof. Pigg 
'Continued on pag* Two) (Continued 



suppli merited 

from the Bell Bomber 
ant at Marietta, Ga, 
The majority o 
ic equipment cat 

Field, 
government maintains a large 
aircraft equipment sta 
fessor Pigg. head of the radio 
department, place; 
equipment 

many types of 

junked for the many 
■ 
Tubes and condense! 

jbtaln during the war, have 

been found in plenty in these 

Numerous power genera- 

ters, and several 

valuable pieces of radar equip- 

ubtained. 

Some of the more interest- 

are the bombslght 

rices and the remote 

control target plane 

portable, and have two 
Of airplane controls. 
control the target 



tied 



ruti. a list of recommendations 
for appolntmenl <>f cadel offl 
cers and non-coms was posted 
bj Majoi P. M Hutcherson, 
PMS&T, North Georgia Col- 
lege Ml were approved by 
President Roger* and the rate 
il wen! hi', effect Immed- 

ted ->n the rate sheet 

.mil their rank are .<- toil,, v.-; 

STAFF - Cadet U, Col., Bn. 
Comraandei I 

t Major 

ilton F i Cadel i foptaln S 
Browei V> H Cadel Cap- 
n S-2, Tippln I ■ 
Captain S 3, Gui lej I 
laptain S I, Yarbrough, Ben; 

'.Kiel S Sir , \- t S-1, KI/..-I , 

B wii Captain, McCard, 

Officer, Round- 

, , W l 2nd. Ll . Pit. Com., 

Jgt, Owens, 

I WhH 

H : Meadow, roe; Sanders, 



Craig il . lsl LI i 

2nd i.i- Pll 

i' Gi.tman. B ; Kllpatrlek, 

G ii Kndiev l G \ I 

ilcl 'i H Mo .1 

W isi Sgj Hampton, C; s- 
geron, J. M , Cokar, Q.; 
Gardner, r. A 

i; . Hitch, 11 Mlddleion. M , 
\v . Pur- 
, ell, R . Greg 

Ted, Tlmmona, E . Price, V . 
Ball* ■-. K Moran, W \ ■ ■' 
Sgi Key, It E 
COMPAN1 

I.I I':. i Iffll I ' 

Blodgett, tohn; 2nd Li , Pit 
ndei i, Bled i 

■ i I.:-:', . il. 
Tucker i 
r i ki llei ( red 

■ 
I ■ pi |i ,-. i ■ . 

I ko, S Rowland I 

.... ... 



M.rtllio 



Tho 



Mile . 

. ii 



PRACTICAL AND 
FRESH DEGREE 
PROGRAM BEGUN 

North Georgia College Is now 
a senior or degree-granting 
college, in recognition of Its 
spledid work as a junior col- 
lege and In order to increase its 
usefulness, the University Reg- 
enu recently authorized Its re- 
organisation into a senior col- 
lege. North Georgia College 
operated ds a senior college 
fr its establishment in 1873 

until 1933 when a W\ n g 

of the state college ; v item 
caused it to be converted Into 
one of the atrongeat junior col- 
leges in the state. 

As .i Junior - ollege it was 
unique in being one of the 
eight essentially military col- 
leges of the United sun.'-:, re 
talnlng at the same time I h e 
distinction of h>-\\in co-educn- 






n. ii The 






Memorial Social Room Given 
To College; Is In Barnes Hall 

lorial to t 

make fcome gift to thi 

not only In memory of their 

■ 

■ 

They A ! 



B Fenster. of 

School of 

In Atlanta are completely 

no by of 

Hail and 



■ r was a slu- 
•nt of N'orth Georgia College 
on April. IM2, until Febru. 



■ 



be i 



nt 



as Herbert ! 

ed that the happiest days 

■ 



strengthening Its 
■ ■ i i : i j 1 1 1 1 1 
Itary colleges, remains defi- 
nitely coeducational 

\oi rh Georgia 1 1 degree pro 
gram "ill be fresh, vigorous 
mil practical In lb outlook 
Though the program Is begin- 
ning In mOdQSl fashion, (milorn 
are already enrolled In count 
\ ii .ni,i B 9 
degrees M 
offered In biology, Engl I h 

.■■ii. ■in, ill. :, 

Il I" II .Mill 

■-■■■■ivtai-|;il :r|i'Mi'i- education 

o..i |. m h., i. tv, engineering 
drawing, phy ile and radio, 

1 oii:m.ii;.. ,. 

history and polltll al 
sociology and philo ophy n 'I 
education for botli 

women Tin- [iro- 

iul landlngly 
strong Court - i In differed 

■ ' 
of pharmacy and dentistry. 

R 
pledged II full support to the 
program In all respects, 
has authorized ox 

[i.-mi-.Ioi. of alt ci ■, I- (■■: and f;ic- 

■ ,-, o (,., idequate 

Indent'' and f;irii)l\ 

being met rapidly. A new 
already ap- 

■ [torie for 



and | 



■ fusl I 



ri will 
mag 



win i 

i nosed of; 
additional fa ulty 
win be engaged a m edi d fa 

■ lion". *-,'.,. 'i 

bright in 
dead 

•■,. campus, 
■ 

to the 

and comfort of prea- 

■ 

ed April 

j | 

memorial 



I'n-I »'- Al- 



Many Veterans 
Return To N.G.C. 

ths ago these 

scattered to tlie far 

,ihl. They 

were scattered from Hie 






t cli- 



tmaglnable; from the 
and the far dung 

.. Ill-sv uuys drL-aiiii-'iI 




Sergeants Club 



proi ed 



ror- 



Is Outstanding 
On N.G.C. Campus 






lapse of tunc J"- >'">:";"" 
__i uiey left school, The boys | Goori 
are working hard I 
their studies to pass 
best 



itandlng 

the ri " '■" ii i ''' ■"' ' 

■ 
most ii|ihi - ua] and 



the 
ol the 



: boys for 
ationj becau e "i the 
lme facullj and school spirit; 
alsu most of the veun-Jii.. •■■"'■ 
students of North Georgia Col- 
si thel 
_he vet 

campus are; JameH K Adams 
1AAK1, Chajlea G. Andrews 
i In! I, Je II 
vyi. Prank 



■ 
proi ented at N. Q. {: 
. d 11 the Bargcani 
ma, i onr 
,,[,.,,. | M ovorj detail, down to 

the last drop ol ■ ' ' 

,,<■ 01 the ta I !"'■ ol o Olra 
,,„„. Bp* Lai. 

■■ wai '■" 

i . i ■ ■ - j orange 

:,r. )■ overtu ad and con 

jned fifty Ublaa on which 
.,.,, fanej polke do) tabli 
clothi "ii i ,, i 
candlo in an antique i ondle 
holdc'i The condh provided 
ih,' light, by the way Bui 
rounding thi 

(.., m wero fri i> bowa of ovei 
green, which add) d coloi to 
I 

the i oupli di rivod 



Ink SpOfc 

■ HiKli- ■' M«ui.t;.ui 

and "ThouKiiti' ■: ■ 'i' 1 '" : 

i„ ,., ol Ihi tnl 

. ,. irica Prli e and Mil 
i,.,- Dial TheJi parformano 
■. p]li .1 of ' h •' 
■ ' 

dreai ed In I ' kkji buIW 

iiirii fai a b 
,,,. in pantomime fa ihlon 



Bergeron INa- 
Jarrett IAMC), 
C. Bledsoe Hut I, John 
F, Blodgett (Inl 
Brower (Army I, 'ami ! ■ 
terworth (.Navy), Quillan W. 
Colter (Arms i, ' 
ner. Jr. (AAJ I, I OOU I Homp 
ion (Navy), Robert L. John- 
ston iaaVj, Vt><\ Kellar (Ar- 
my), John L. Kelly U'.'ia- 
troops), Ralph C. Key [NCB) 
William 0. Key (AAF). Hugh 
H-McEivey ., ;■>... M". >[ , 
McKlbbon, JT la ■ ■< ■ i„. , ,,,,,,. llllllM1 , n „ 

Sk^Mc 

Moore (AAKi. Wadle 2 Roun 



I In t 



i i ii ■ 




MghtfUlly; Virgil Price gave us 
i "Indian Love 
laH"; and Sergeant Joe Steph- 
,, -ii under the spotlight sang 
i Gel Ground Much Any- 



The i 



Of < 



Ser- 



(AAF), Clarence Tucker (Ar- 

L Worley, Ji 
(USMC), John a. yackuhoalccy 

p ,i, Mel Kitchen (Na- 



Memorial Social- 

( Continued from Front pan* 1 ) 

ill n n'llfnk mi that diiy.('hii|i- 

! ,n c Thom'pBOn anc 

t. n Poreth will offli late 

After tii' 
W ljj pe held at Barnes Hall : '" 
that all may see the furnish- 

clar r 



■htiiiil.iifii' ■ 
N;ifiiih'i'!i>, Tlmi-t.". 

UppetlMri . and 
■ without red penpei I 
The cnlo] lalnmeni for t h <■ 

■ 

for dancing 

i ,, niiii.nl> ii i... th.' North 
■ 
The ipe< lal gut ii pi i foi mei 
wore 

Moot i di n rti and Robert 

Kiittnrlst 

highlight ol thi 



I decorations of the i 

the 



New Assistant 
PMS&T Takes Up 
His Duties Here 

■■' Re arrl\ 

■;'ii 13, to take ni 

ol Military Si [once and Ti 

■ led i" Dahloncga 
md ■ mall daughb 
Maryland 
Major Ronson b graduate 

■ 
niiK'ii active dutj in January, 

1 1. iwi ni, where he wan 

■ii In Hawaii when 

I;. lopanC e ni. ulc their Infii- 

■■ inook atl ■ 

[arbor Hb waa returned from 
Hawaii In Pebn 

(Ciintinued on pnge Throe! 



tor the evening 
geant Bonnell Pearce 

The Sergeant's Club, under 
the able presidency of Sergeant 
William Owens, is going to 
lave a very active quarter this 
prlng Vi in). ■■ 
i trip to Lake Trahlyta have 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable Insurant 
Dahlonega, Go. 



Glee Club-- 

(Contln i '■■ 

. i i 

Proudb We H ■■ 

The Chorus— 



Thi- inscription 
modal plaque to be Installed in 
the room reads as follows: 

"This room Is dedicated to 
the memory of Herberl Fenater 
and the other students and 
alumni of North Georgia Col- 
lege who valiantly gave their 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 
BIO am.UKKN'N BEAD, fO-Wl I 
GUJNESVILLB, 0BOBQ1A 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 



C«n Basil On 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 
I'UH ONI Q \, QE0S8IA 



t In < 
Way. 1941-1 



■ of I 



N.G.C. Is Given- 

(Continued from Front piiRel 
new equipment would vastly l~ 
crease the rang** of experlmc 
tatlon of future radio elassi 
He also announced his lnten- 1 
tentlon to start work so 
an amateur transmitter, which 1 1 
will cover all available 
leur bands and will open a 
field in radio work at North | ' 
Georgia College. 



THE SMITH HOUSE 



or rur 1.1.1 i mpi.r \i"i n i \in 



DAW ONI \ 81 0R01 I 



M, IN'VITATION TO 



YOU 

TO VISIT US \N!) 

ENJOY 



Good Fellowship 



BILLIARDS 



Sandwiches — Drinks 



Dahlonega Recreation 
Center 



Friday. April 26, li*4H 

N. G. C. Religious 
Organizations Are 
Well Developed 



Christian living among our 
students. The Y. M. C. A., the 
W. Y. C- A., the B. S. U., the 
Wesley Foundation and the 
Presbyterian League — all per- 
forin invaluable services in be- 
half of the religious life on the 
campus. 

The Y. M. C. A. cabinet for 
[he Spring Quarter is Bonnell 
pearce, president; Henry Miles, 
vice-president; Robert Collins, 
2nd. vice-president; David Tip- 
pins, 3rd vice-president; Thom- 
as Mathews, secretary; Henry 
Hitch, treasurer; Leo McCol- 
lum, Diffee Standard, James 
Gregory. Billy Sanders, Frank 
Barrett, Virgil Price, Horace 
Hall and Arbeit Eagan. 

The "Y M." has planned an 
active quarter. Its interesting 
programs will include a full- 
length movie, a talk by Pro- 
fessor Cain, a musical program 
by Dr. Flanders, and a party 
at the U. S. O. 

The Y. W. C. A. has large in- 
spirational meetings each Wed- 
nesday night at Sanford Hall 
Virginia Kingery, president, 
has planned interesting 
programs and socials for the 
quarter. The girls do wonder- 
ful work through the "Y. W." 

The B S . U. has had a com- 
plete reorganization under its 
sponsor, Miss Mahala Redd. 
Beth Bruce was elected presi- 
dent and a large enlistment 
campaign is being carried ou1 
by the splendid group of offi 

The Wesley Foundation is 
continuing its program of en- 
listing cadets, coeds, and re- 
servists for its Sunday night 
meetings and its retreats at 
Camp Glisson. 



Sigma Theta Adds 
Five New Members 

On Thursday night, March 
I, the first Sigma Theta Fra 
ternity meeting of the Spring 
Quarter was held in the mill- 
tary classroom. The fraternity 
completely reorganized by 



These officers are Ernest 
UTley, vice-president; Argin 
Henry Hitch, 
Thomas Mathews, 
chaplain, and Herbert Kizer, 
at - arms. T-shirts 
caps were ordered 
and the constitution and alter- 
native rules were read to the 
fraternal body. , 

New members admitted into 
the fraternity this quarter were 
Comer Hampton, Roy Harris, 
Charlie Price, Miller Dial, and 
Robert Purcell. Old members 
besides these five and the offl- 
include Barney Bishop, 
Stafford Brooke, Perry Carmi- 
James Farmer. Harold 
Fowler, Mac Glgnilliat. John 
King. Peck Moxley, Joe Mea- 
dow, Marvin O'Dilllon, Virgil 
Price. Joe Rowland, Will What- 
ley. Bill Whittle. Henry Whel- 









and the pledge roster consists 
of Frank Boyd, Joe E. Brown, 
Robert Collins, Clark Gilbert, 
Adair Harris, Sidney Hendry, 
DeForest Kenemer, Vance 
Mashburn, Howell Mayo, Har- 



The Presbyterian League, 
sponsored by Mr. James Robin- 
son, who Is now serving the 
Presbyterian church, and 
er the leadership of Robert 
Clark, is doing splendid work 
a new organization. The resi 
vists also are taking an active 
part in League work. 

The work of alt our gn 
can be expressed In the B. 
U. motto: "Our Campus 
Christ." 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Ralph Miller Is 
Elected Head Of 
Rex Fraternity 

The Rex Fraternity has been 
reorganized under the capable 
leadership of President Ralph 
"B B " Miller Other officers 
of the fraternity are Robert 
Collier, vice-president; David 
Tippins, secretary - treasurer; 
Harold Craig, second vice-pres- 
ident; Clarence Tucker, ser- 
geant-at-arms; and Joe Thrash- 
•, chaplain. 

The other members are Bow- 
i Baxter. Ted Blizzard, Ted 
Burgess, Preston Bussey, Har- 
old Conner, John Cowart. Mer- 
rill Harper, Gene Lowry, Banks 
McCoy, Stewart McLeod, Mick- 
Middleton, George Mills, 
ren C. Moran, Bonnell 
Pearce, Harold Pinson, Bill Ro- 
binson, John Stark, Ed Tin 
ions and Charles Wilkinson 
The members who were ini- 
tiated this quarter are Leslie 
Lewis, John McDonald, Sidney 
Moody, Pete Royal. Marvin Slsk 
and Roy McCard. 

w pledges are Lyndon 
Harris. Wendle Bates, Jiggs 
Roundtree and Miles Poppetl. 

The Rex has plans for a full 
quarter. They went to Lake 
Trahlyta Sunday, April 14, and 
according to President Miller, 
many more festive occasions 
are being planned. 

There are three other mem- 
bers who have returned to us 
this quarter. They are Walter 
Bledsoe, Leo McCollum and 
Dan Shirley. 



n.Mfl.lMKNTS nF 



JENKINS SHOE SHOP 

'WE MAKE OLD SHOES LOOK LIKE NEW' 
DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



Flanders, Dismukes 
Publish New Books 

From time to time members 
of our faculty publish books 
of considerable significance. 
Among the most recent of these 
are two new books, one writ- 
ten by Dr. Flanders, the other 
by Mr. Dismukes. 

Dr. Flanders' book, entitled 
"Early Georgia Magazines," Is 
,i complete history of Georgia 
periodicals up to 1865. with the 
greatest emphasis given to the 
twenty-four leading periodicals 
Of that time. Dr. Flanders ga- 
thered material for this book 
over a period of ten year-, from 
the various periodical files all 
over Georgia and many other 

Mr. Dismukes' book, entit 
"Guide for Music Appreciate 
is now in use as a text here 
and Is "a text for classes In 
appreciation 



\ (he objective is not technical 
knowledge and skill but the 
I ability to listen appreciatively 



George Moore. 
Whiteford Moore. Ed Martin, 
Henry Powell, Donald Roberts, 
Tommy Saffnld. Henry' Sparks. 
Garland Pinholster, James Mit- 
Chell, rhlllip Temples, Ben 
Yai'l. rough, Billy Moore, John 
McCormlck. 

The Sigma Theta frat has 
numerous things planned for 
the quarter. A banquet has al- 
ready been held and a baseball 
game with the Rex has been 
arranged. Other things 



for Sigma Theta members and 
pledges to be held at President 
Owens', a trip tn Trahlyta, a 
hike to Cane Creek Falls, a 
hreakfast for members follow- 
ing the officers' cluh dance, and 
a wiener roast 



Robert M. Moore 

General Merchandise 



A FRIEND "I' NORTH GB0RGL4 '*'»' i- ,,:K FOB raABfl 
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music. 



New Assistant- 

(Contlnued from page Two) 
signed to the newly activated 
42nd Division, the famous 
mow" Division, then at 
Camp Gruber. Oklahoma. He 
tayed with the division there 
intit November. 1*141, when the 

■'ranee, He partli seated ac- 
tively in the Rhineland cam- 
paign and in Central Europe. 
He served also in France. Ger- 
many and Ausrtia. When the 
war ended he was in Germany, 
where he visited the 
rnnrt'iU ration camp, 

In October, 1945, h( 
to Camp Robinson, Arkansas. 
Since that time he has been 
attending service schools and 
making preparations to come to 
North Georgia College. 



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LIBRARY AND 
BOOK NEWS 

One unfailing criterion of the 
. , of a college is the 
. of its library. Books 
are the foundation and means 
of spreading knowledge, and 
though a college can't be judged 
solely on the number of books 
it possesses, the number may 
be an Indication of excellence 



Hnv>e 



. it Is i 



■ thji 



mark~ 

brary One may add any num- 
ber of unwanted books, all 
concentrated in one field, and 
still not have a well-rounded 
library. 

The conversion of North 
Georgia College into a senior 
college ha? demanded an exam- 
ination of our library with a 
Its suitability for the 
senior college courses even 
now beginning to be offered 
Such an examination discloses 
a very gratifying fact: past and 
present librarians have served 
well in keeping DU] 
well supplied in all depart- 
ments, keeping up with what 
is latest and adding now and 
then some standard works to 
fill in gaps Of COU1 
procurement has ber-n cn\<tu--t\ 
by a modest library budget, bul 

even so, the dlllgeni e and a ' 

taste of the librarians have 
assured worthwhile choices. 

However, the new courses of 
the senior college demand mora 
specialized works In sprrlal 
fields Completely adequate 
funds have therefore been 
made available to the various 

departments fur the |iui(li;ise 

' ■ ■ j\ [ii-MihII- 

i ough war tune "■ 

strictlnns 

■ ■ ore than ca usl 
tore i ari oomlng Into the U 

brary daily T ir OOllOCtlor) 

of over 10,000 bound and cat- 
alogued volumes, In addition u< 

ol unbo i pitiiii 

cations, have recently beon 
added the following books {a 
selected list): 
Huxley, "Perennial Phlloso 

Rockwood, "Youth, Marriage, 
and Parenthood," 1M5 



REC CLUB NEWS 

The Rec Club started the 
jcial ball rolling by sponsor- 
ing the first dance of the 
spring quarter of '46. The 
was decorated with green 
and orange streamers and ev- 
eryone enjoyed himself. 

the first meeting of the 
r.Ml members, nomina- 
tions were made to fill two va- 
.,d a new office was. 
created- The girls elected Jean 
White as Sccretan , RubyC 
Conneliy and Jean Wilson as 
SporM Managers, and Jean 
1 e r as Reporter. The 
are now putting forth all 
their efforts on team points as 
•am cup will he given this 
rjuarter. 



WHERE IS THE 
CYCLOPS 



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pped our picture, away bad 
In the fall qua. 
do we get our CYCLOPS?" (I 
has become almost as bad as 
., do vre eat?" 
■ 

ive a definite ans- 
v-weH, sorta definite, Mr. 
i rj happy to in- 
form us that our long-awaited 
yearbook will be 1 

ii. wouldn't commit 
himself as to Chi 

said approximately the 
■ 

a]] been waiting a 
bu1 not in 



KUpatrlck, " : ' 1, ' 

the PhllosopHy ol Bdui atton," 
Eta Ed . IS M 

Stevenson, "AhbreviatloM," 



De Weese, "Tranfimtsnlon 
Line*," IW5 
Shepard, "Pood and Famine," 



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can Hi': 

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Of World 

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Minor, "Joe i -"I imorl 
n," loifi. 

Dlxnn, "The Ijeopnril/i 
llllman, "Thfl White. Tower, 



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The Flag Is 
Back! 

hat a heartening *ieht W 

lM e to look atop «he AM 

. —A .ee our colors noating 

ijole ana see oui 

Lit on a mountain breeze! We 

Me 0» flag P""y mucl ' '° r 

granted and never stop to »™ 

l i u ran and does 

what trouble it tan diw 



Ours 18 a standard flag pole 
iih its Up reaching some 
jghty (eet in the air. To find 



ugh the 

faithful, never-falling efforts of 

William Owena, the Editor-in- 

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CLOPS will be a 

i ol "ur college 

nyj for manj 

. ■ i bra hei lu 

■ 
o make them good ii la ah 
. Hill dlligenU . 

1 

ni.-.ln;-: fO\U Ji.iml <m thai Ull le 

ii the far loll hand corner, 

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i bul you i .in still mow II 

Mothi i and she'll under- 

i ■ ,... mi. doeen ■ 

ii 'i thai old girl 
■ 
M.iiN i. ,i all o 
That's ull right i 
i know bow 11 I 
All these thii ■ 
■ 

Judging from the g i example 

the CYCLOl 

the pa i, and fc< ling i onfl 
drni thai ihli year's will be bet- 

■ ii .i' we all have a lot 

look forward to early In 



.Mill 



wno lvHJ undertake 

„ Buicidal task of climb- 

tng tbat lowering spire, one 
must seek far and wide, Mr. 
Black confided to your writer 
ihis particular flag pole 
has been jinxed since the day 
left the factory. The pulley 
the top and the chain cant 
em to get along together and 
part company at the most in- 
opportune limes. Despite the 
iptlng offer of $10 to any- 
_.._. who would climb the pole 
and untangle the chain, it re- 
mained for a professional' flag 
pole painter from Atlanta to 
accomplish the seemingly im- 
possible This man has scaled 
particular flag pole a num- 
ber of times, and is —strangely 
enough— stilt alive and walk- 
ing. While repairing the pully, 
he cave the flag pole a new 
er paint. 
Prof. Darr has told his phy- 
ca class that it- was a mystery 
.j him how this needle of iron 
could supporl the weight of a 
bis equipment, 
d that when the pole 
the slightest an- 



largesl number of regular 
coliege students, summer trans- 
fer students, returning service 
•D and women, public school 
luhers and prospective teach- 
d For regular students and 
j^e returning from service, 
; I full summer quarter, June 
to August 28. will hold es- 

For those who cannot de- 
>le eleven weeks to study 
lere wilt be a special Short 
Term, June 17 t0" July 23. Dur- 
j this "half quarter" academ- 
work on both the junior and 
lior levels will be offered. 
The "Work Shop" term, June 
to July 13, is for those es- 
pecially interested in public 
school 1 method and material. 

Such a varied program of- 
fers excellent opportunity for 
degree of study. 



i. 



well aa I reman- 

iU you multiply the height 
hi.- jiule times the weight of 
man. All tills force is 
line against the base .of the 
pole, which is set only a few 



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GREETINGS 

Mm* In. ,.!„■.,, met here to di.cM, the 

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SUMMER QUARTER 
PLANS ANNOUNCED 
T0BEGINJUNE17 



been organized 






HOLLY THEATRE 



Week Beginning April 29 
Monday and Tuesday 

"Over 21" 



WEDNESDAY 

"Crime by Night" 



THURSDAY and FRIDAY 

' Salty O'Rourke " 



"Red River 
Valley" 



MONDAY and TUESDAY 

'Anchors Aweigh" 



WEDNESDAY 

"She Is A 
Sweetheart" 



THURSDAY and FRIDAY 

"DAKOTA" 



SATURDAY 

UTAH KID" 



MONDAY AND TUESDAY 

"WILSON" 



"Scared Stiff" 

Joel! Ilnlt-y. AnnSavtf 



THURSDAY and FRIDAY 

"Pride of The 
Marines" 



SATURDAY 

'The Cowboy 

from 

Lonesome River 



Speech Club Here Is 
Planning: Several 
Social Activities 



Professor Charles E. Law 
rence. At the first meeting the 
officers were elected, and plans 
le for the future pro- 
grams. The officers elected 
were Bonnell Pearee. presi- 
dent; Julia Palmer, first vice- 
president; Jean Healan, second 
vice-president; Virginia King- 
secretary; and Sara Motes, 



Under the able direction and 
leadership of Professor Law- 
rence, the Speech Club began 
its activities without any hesi- 
tation, and on March 12 it pre- 
sented n< first chapel program. 
Jean Healan gave the reading, 
"Ma on Monday Morning"'; Ruth 
Haikins. the reading, "Child- 
ren of God": and Bonnell 
Pearce, "Beyond the Las1 
Mile." For musical relief. Char 
Ir.tte Mabry played "Medita- 
tion" from THAIS. On April 
12. the Speech Club presented 
its second chapel program. 
The program consisted of Al- 
bert Eagan's reading of "The 
Madman," and Lou Raines' 
reading of "Scarlett O'Hara's 
Speech to the Yankee." 

This quarter the Speech Club 
has sponsored an informal 
dance and plans to have two 
chapel programs, a tea dance, 
and a banquet. 

On May 14 Dr. Haywood J. 
Pearce, Professor of History at 
Emory University, will speak 
tinder the auspices of the 
Speech Club; and on May 21 
one-act play will be given. 



Improvements On 
College Campus 
Pleases Students 

-■mt signs , : ,f a possibility c , 
Betting away from North Geor 
gia when we have a chance. In 
a few days we hope to have 
completed the new roads 
Pecially the ones which lead 
through the campus. Again 
will be able to take rain 
without so much gripe. At 
least we will not have to wear 
boots up to our knees. 

Dahlonega's new boulevard, 
which is to go right through 
the middle of town, is taking 
^\- now. "If i t is iis wide 
when it is finished as it ap- 

ars to be now, we can have 
a fair or something on one 
side of the street while the 
traffic passes back and forth 

of the mountaineers. The 
workers afe really making pro- 
gress, and we hope it will con- 
tinue through, and even after, 
election time. 

Yes, we are glad to have 
'Ur rooms and buildings spray- 
d with D. D. T. in spite of 
iur having left in the room a 
few articles that were spotted 
during the spraying process. 
Wo might not have had any 
. but there is always a 
chance of their being present 
because so many of us uncon- 
. in our windows and 
leave the screens up 



HONOR BARS GIVEN 



were awarded honor bars 

recognition of their achieve- 

nt, In recent chapel exerci- 

Presentations were made 

by Dean J. C. Sirmons. Honor 

bars of different colors denote 

repeated appearances on the 

honor list 

GOLD HONOR BAR — Eve- 

n Ellis Krogh. of Alpharetta; 

Ellen Ruby Miner,' of Atlanta, 

nd David A. Tippins. of Clax- 

BLUE - WHITE - BLUE 
HONOR BAR — Robert Eu- 
gene Pureed, of Ball Ground. 

BLUE HONOR BAR — Ar- 
_ n Artemis Boggus, of Fitz- 
gerald: Edmund Robert Butler, 
>f Cordele; William Henry 
Hitch, of Fitzgerald; Mattie 
Louise Reames, of Rhk-.-vili,. 
ph W. Rowland, of 

'rightsvUie; Marie Kendall, of 



I Henry! the Flit!" 



; hite, of Suches. and Zella 
Willbanks, of Gainesville. 

WHITE HONOR BAR — Ri- 
ta Andrews, of Hapeville; Ma- 
ry Beth Bruce, of Martin. Eli- 
zabeth Carolyn Calloway, of 
Tallulah Falls; Beverly Marie 
Cohvell, of Hapeville; Louise 
Crane, of Cleveland; Billy Du- 
Waycross; Sybil" Eli- 



Girl's Sport News 

Two volley ball games were 
substituted on April 8 for the 

regular bi-monthly meeting of 
Hie Hec Club. The Mereurt-ans 
defeated the Hippolytans 47 to 
Phi Omicrons defeat- 
ed the Trahlytans -15 to -10 as 
the Trahlytan team made a 
■ .i !',K-k m the second 
alf. On April J) the Phi Omi- 
ron team fought Tor their 
fcond victory <>( the tourna- 
ienl as they downed the Rip- 
alytan team 46 to 44, after 
te sere was 23 all at the half. 
On the morning of April 10 
the Mercurean team trounced 
fans 55 to 33 for 
second victory of the 
iment On April 1:: the 
Trahlytans u led to regain theii 
but the Mi|>j...h. 
tans won an easy victory ti 
take third place in the finals. 
The same night the Phi Oml- 
n their final victory 
over an undefeated and deter- 
mined Mercurean team 48 to 
45, giving them first place in 
the tournament. Janie West 
refereed the Hippolytan -Trail- 
lytan game; Miss Burton re- 
fereed the others. 

'hen Ole Man Winter de- 
cides to let the heavens reign 

sunshine, we will beg ur 

practice for the tennis tnurna- 



Cadet Nine Loses 
First Game 13 to 7 To 
Erskine College Team 

After only a few weeks prac- 
tice and two 

<■:■ ih, 

01 th Georgia Cadei 
baseball team journeyed to 
South Carolina 11 hen the) mel 






defeated 13 



Dahlonega Insurance Agency 

GENERAL LINE OP INSURANCE 

B. B. Kite, Manager. 



zabeth Elder .of Jefferson 

Doris Fackler. of Atlanta; Rob. 
David Freeman, of Nichol- 
; Claudia Green, of Bost- 
wick; Jean Healan, of Winder; 
Mildred Horton, of East 
Point; Mildred Lucile Leard, of 
Bowersville; Thomas James 
Mathews, of Buena Vista. Mick- 
ey Green Middleton, of Col- 
quitt; Henry Dooly Miles, of 
Dunwoody; Herman J. Miller, 
of Calhoun; Jack A. Moore, of 
Albany; Sara Alice Motes, of 
Rockmart; James M. O'Dlllion, 
of Tennllle; Martha Carolyn 
Palmer, of Mountain View; 
William C Sanders, of Cordele; 
Mary Frances Smith, of Hape- I 
DIffee W. Standard, of 
Cordele; Earl Calloway Troup, 
Fitzgerald; June Elizabeth ■ 



During the flrsi two or three 

inning, th,- <'.„(,.,- ,-,„,[, In't 

larted and 

■ 

OillsicU'l'.lhlr l,-.„| ■ l: |; ■■ \|,|.. 

was the \ 7 G. C, storting 
ler with w iih.ii,. . i ■ 
hind the plate, Mil 

ucceeded he ■ 

I V Price only to 
■ 
end it up in fine roi m Team 
errors prevented the i 
from winning, bul the team 
has shown con Idei ible Im 
pmvement lately and I 

After the Erskine game 
whlcc was played u 

afternoon. April 10. th,. base 

'am Journeyed to Clinton, 

where they were «he- 

duled to meet Pre byterlan Col 

Thursday. The game 



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H0YT DAVIS, Owner 

Across the street from the 

COLLEGE UAMIT.s 

Special service given to S. «i C. 

students and faculty 

DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



:>n, of Mobile, Ala.; Janie 
West, of Sautee; Eugenia 
Joyce Willis, of Chlcopee; Ma- 
rion Sue Wood, of Alpharetta; 
and Jean Marie Zlegler, of 
Avondale Cstates. 

RED HONOR BAR — Ro- 
anne Arrendale, of Tiger: Sa- 
rah Virginia Baker, of Rock- 
mart; Jesse Beall Clark, of Al- 
bany ; Margaret Cobb, of Hart- 
well; Bradley Davis Edmond- 
if Gainesville; James Ha- 
Farmer, of Watklnsville; 
Billy Howell Hargett, <>r Co- 
lumbus; Lyndon \ nam .-. of 

Atlanta. Elizabeth J.i Hunter, 
of Marietta; Emily Virginia 
Kingery, Of Gordon; ,\ lm ,. km 
labeth Kling, Trion; Ben Row- 
an McRee. Athens; Opal Kate I 
Nash, of Decatur; Eugene M. 
Newberne, of Adel: Betty Sue 



' u ■ ailed becau •■ at .... 
ind cool weathei and the i ' i- 

dels returned in il„. i mM, .,..,. 
Thui d.iv night. 

1 The playei ro I | - ,., 

"B B ' Mller, Wai 
''■'" Mm-an. Virgil 1'n-v , ln .l 

ower; Catchers — wil- 

'llam Owens, and Robert Pur- 

ceU 1st Base - I 

'■'v, Jlimn, Murphj 2nd Bo e 

"atvs. rtnj ttanit 

and Harold Kllpatil.k Shorl 
stop — Lewis Bled oe 11 i 
Hugh McEIvej 3rd Base 

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Harris and Freddie Woolen; 

Field Fred I < ■■ and 
Rlghl Field Henry Whel 



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N.G.C. Tennis Team 
Ready For Play 

The North Georgia 

oi U playere: Hugh 

Hrannon, Bank* Mrf ',.. R 
old Craig, John Kin*:, Root 1 1 
Collliu, Jim Farmer, Henry' 

sparks, ciark Gilbert, Charles 

Wilkinson, David Own, and 
• Rogcrn. 

matches have been sche- 
duled 4huH tor, but Coach Ary 
bfM trying very hard to 
gamen and han already con- 
tacted nevera! coHcges. 

"he rainy weather at N Q 
prevents practice on the 
rt», and although the gym 
is available, there Isn't enough 
room for all the players to 
'he name time. Al- 
though the team lit getting a 
tart, new uniforms have 
been ordered, and the boys ex- 
) qukken their pace and 
|n*nn!i« ulrill very soon — but 
attain the rain* come' 



\DKT BUGLER 



April 26, 1946 



DL Call BuaL 

Co-Editors Jean Healan, Virgil Price 

Mmager William Owena 

Henry Hitch 

Editor Jean Zelgler 

. Editor Lyndon Harris 

ASTRP Editor - Robert Testerman 

Exchange Editor 



The BAYONET 



The Weather 



■ 



Staff Photographer _ 



_ Joe Thrasher 



Feature Slaff-^Iudy ralmer, Ed Tlmmons, Anne 
Edge, H J. Miller, Henry Miles. 

News Staff— Miles Poppell, Jo Hunter, Willene 
Richardson, Ruth Harkins, Frances Brown, 
Estelle Coffey. 

Typists— Evelyn Ethridge, June Watson, Nina 
Crump. Elsie Short, Roannc- Am mi,.!.-, Jean 
Wilson, Charlotte Maury, Norma Palmer. 

Faculty Adviseits — W. Desmond Booth, H. H. 

Hold It, Brother! 

No doubt you : 
ance of candy wi..,,,.-. 
gerinc peelinga, and other mlscellaneou treah 
scattered prodigally around the campus, in the 
Army a poorly kept bivouac In the 
with low morale. On a college campus It Is the 
sign of a careless and lazy student body, 90 
when you're eatim: •.omot.liim: -m I In- .■ami-ii.. 
and you're about to tin 
ground THINK and 'Hold 11, Brother ' 



No one can deny that weather is something 
we have In abundance at N G C The manv 
\7» w.iuire^ed wo- types of weather prevalent here are a constant 
I I f mJrtff source of amazement to new students, visitors 
man ts wearing mis season, His specialty ts the l.arcmidnff sou *^ ^ ^^ 
evening dress. 

'<Cave Man' M .LI M la at il again. Twas only lately in 

ttlng H'DY PALMER over the er . 

head with his dictionary! to< 

NELL PARIS .- STILL mJ sing JULIUS-and if we know It i 
. affair will be lasting, 
on the map 
The Bapti t . ■ ■ > 'Pldly losing their JJJJjjJ^jjJJ have ^ en kn0 wn to go all day without 

female congregation Miss KEDD, could the Presbyterian mm- artl(icial respiration. This is not at all com- 

mon, however, 
bat again. This I 



i types of weath. 
i is constant argument as to whether 
og or low clouds, but the point is that 
Imagine how a typical N. G. C. stu- 



■ do with this' 
HETTY FANE MITCHELL :- up 

. RBI ■ playing ball 
ANNE PALMER V 
POODLE "■■'. I 



RAIN is another i 

C. It comes when one of the above-men- 

,! '^company Uoned supersaturated clouds suddenly decides 



after all 



i is supposed 



. go around. The Dahlonega ; 
to have the second highest rainfall m the coun- 
try, and the author has come to the conclusion 
that the area with the highest rainfall must be 
at the bottom o/ the Great Lakes, 

SNOW and SLEET go hand in hand i 



Janus 



A change of direction or pa. 

duces widespread disturbances and i 
toon. So much more so it La when 

■. 

than your own r'oi n . 

converting North Georgia College enloi 

,...|k-f.- v. ill <l< mam! the < •> • l-i.it .II" 1 llf'l' 

of all the student- f.nuliy I <■<'■>• ■■ 



„ c -olght Literally t^..... 

JANIE WEST Is fe. *>" again. TES- fe]] „ very week The cadets are generally d ^ 

TERMAN. \..n- dancefloor. lighted, for this gets them out of drill. The mil- 

w i.u; PERKINS and JOHN KING can't make up their itary st aff insists that the only reason for this 

l lr have they already? ^ the Tact that there aren't enough water-wings 

JEAN LEHNHERR ha* been wounded in action — JOHN 

PROl TOR, don't you know that crime doesn't pay' 

■ t\ frequent occupant of the 

\ i !>■■<■ cornel Can you Usil us who the men are? 
The Cadi I have I I POLLY COOPER Isn't 

for Uiein Didn't you know, boys, she has eyes only foi I'll I ' 

BILL1 (, IK i m \\ i . fast taking JOHN COWART'S place in lonega. Alternate snow and sleet will fall for a 

ALLENiB JOHNSON'S heart whole day, and then suddenly stop. Gangs of 

The A S T It P ceases lo Interest JO HUNTER Blnce WQRLEY cadets and reservists busy themselves breaking 

'. ky DRAKE still loves you anna and legs in an effort to prove themselves 

Wo can i i . . , i j . jp ,:. i \\ BOWERS. By ex P° r ^ at shoe-skiing on the snow and ice. 

By far the most rare form of weather here 
is SUNSHINE. Students have been known to 
ask in awe, "What's that yellow stuff" it. 
comes several times a month, just often enough 
to allow buses, trucks, cars, and cadets to be dug 
out of the mud before another vicious cycle of 
fog, sleet, rain and snow Is started. 



dining li.m Bh, JIM RUDOLPH? 

1 H \ki.m: PAY] I ted BEVERLY HOW 

rou in <w | ouldn'l WHITTLE all your time 

VIRGIL i-hh i. i'i;i'K mr. w ..ro alreadj battling foi 

MIMI ROADS. 

JOHN MCCORMICK L bein cene since 

PA1 11 I UINE1 ■ ..p-r.it.- full 



So,. 



■ 



il,. dam ■ 
■ to a late iny re oi doe 



Campus Capers 



But : 



■ is . 



, . [a collogo !'■'■ 1 1, lei u i 
., v . rtunltle and prli ■ •■ 

!■■..■ tli;il wr iih.ill do Mil 
part l" Jn.ik.' i! .!■■ JI""«I .i ■.enloi < ■■:■ 

a Junior roll,-*,', ki-o|ilny in mlml l.tn 

have i h inu« tei Ized It 

. 

■■ 
On the milli 
Courtney Hodges havo ro< olvod U Ilpl im i ■ 

lo in.' upto wc mu ■ 
to do our utmost to put North Gi ■ 
on tlie map an ,> senior collego. In what way' 



LYNDA LAMB] I II il i .hi r- iii.,..i,|., ,, h 

■ 
ELIZABETH 3E1 MOUR 'I had :,.,„ .. ; o 

I'm- crop .ivor. .ll.MMIK UANTni K . I'm --urpi-l- .- 1 ;,: y.,o' 



Doris— Why not? 
■ \1rC\ml— 1'r 



A Stroll About 
Our Barracks 



1 but 6 
I working toward j 



by 



emcmbi red In [he 






Gel i 






l D| ) ..in . oil* ■■■ '.il. 



Hill tlnir liliiivcrl mi ;in,| .,, , 
I 
li.u.ln her; ■ 
iiv of the "■■ 
Into the unknown 

OtllGl 

,lty fll 



B B What brand is that cigarette 7 

Fowler— Baseball special. 

B. B.— There ain't no such brand. 

It was a grounder 
I I picked it up. 



home dejectedly from 



,i play Into yotu budget oi 

■ 
teachers. 

RamemUi Hn.- ni,i 

life jUSt Wh.it you |>ul Inlo h.' .ui.l 

you will put your bcsl Into the building ol 
... institution, 
.... results 



Hlii! :o L . , .mi, 

at .school. 
"">■ published K sad note "Ain't going tomorra," he sputtered. 

" ' ,,!1 ■ ''«i': ' '" his mother asked. 

' "■ I'.in.! wn-r "Well. ! can't y.-:„\ . m< ] I can't write and 

; !i i me talk, bo what's the use?" 
'■ 

1 man; with a woman, how- 
''' ,,,: '' day cvei i . ,.,, u how she Is made. 

■ ■ 

night I held a hand 







■■ 



■in- i.. i.. 

''' " , """''- '•( Ibis l.ll,,., ,, lul 
\Mtll ., Mn.,1 

' '■' , '""' ■'"■iiiiM trip |io, no 

■ 
"" ""' '" ' ■' 
'"""'"'i tliaii I,. U | |.r.\ li.usH 

"U.l.tl,". tl,,„ ,||,|,,'. 

"'■' : ■' ,l ,,vn - 1 '"'"- ■•-• ■ 

lo nuikiiiM . 

"The \ s t R r Revue." 

That proa 



' ■■■ f<>n .-i with the S " ll:iln 'v 

■ heart would I 

form .i 11,'ini.i,- ■ londiv aid it lH-.it: 

Bui nh 

... ■■■,■ |,i llu- Mi ,, , 

■ 'lie „ther night— 
d a King, 
iround 

pretty leg 
ei and (lower. 1 pretty cur] 

■ 
u ■'"' ■' " hnl1 ' darn girl. 

■ .i. nub and =hc geUthe idea 

. 

Those who haw .-ntered this 

m the debit fiWo 



■ 
tender itpol 

When lha 

N n. r." 



■ ■- How far ; 
■ 
1 

■\v. \von.lei 



I'm lefthanded. 
t you irom the ( 



^ Cadet Suqlci 

The V°>ce Of North Georgia College S 



LATE CHANCELLOR 
SANFORD HONORED 
BY N.G.C. HEAD 

On Tuesday, May 14, p,, 
dent J. C. Rogers presented I 
the North Georgia College li- 
brary a framed copy 
lution and a photograph of the 
laic- Chancellor Steadman V 
San ford. 

At its January 
Georgia legislature 
House Resolution 154, ii 
ed by Representatives 
Clark county. The resolution 
a tribute in recognition of 
Sanford's great contribution: 

The House of Representative- 
resolved that copies of this trib- 
ute be sent to Mrs. Sanford and 
to the heads of all schools and 
colleges of the University Sys- 
em of Georgia. 

Mrs. Susie M. Harris, North 
Georgia College librarian, ai 
epled these tributes with the 
hope the students and others 
upon seeing this memorial to a 
truly great educator, would ever 
strive to achieve the high quali- 
ties which characterized Dr. 
San ford's life and so endeared 



HAMLilXEGA, GKi.HMl \ Jf> 



SUMMER QUARTER AT NORTH GEORGIA 
COLLEGE TO BEGIN ON JUNE 17TH 



23 To Graduate 
Here June 16th 




Officers' Club Gives 
Dinner Dance May 25 

The Officers' Club has added 
something new in entertain- 
meni on the campus On May 

: until 10 P. M.. i 

'" . il dinner-dance was 

in the college gymnasium. The 

insisted of barbecued 

slaw, french friei 

rid tea. Dining and 

dancing was enjoyed by a 



• 

GEORGIA YOUNG 
VOTERS LEAGUE 
IS FORMED r'ERE 

On Wednesday evening, April 

■■ -■■■ v\f- > H peoples' 

m i;j]ii;-itifin was launched This 
organization will be known as 
the Young Voters of Georgia. 



is 



Crown Mountain 
Clem 

l' 1 '" Mr. Editur, 
*s you nn, I did not hev 
publication 
i i.isaly hav 
■ Itln Ii.ml has ben all 
my ole 



bel 



> Bit ( 
Mi Editur w« hav all ben 

loi m( taulk Ml 

■ gotin on the bal so 
Exackly whut does 
""■ bal luk ilk? !■ : 

H reely goin to roi? 

.i lots of romjil.mi'Ln 

..... thi ■ 

uniforms. Hats 
praced i 

Vccordin to mUitury 
hi aim exacklj rite 
onlj way to luk at 

.... . . 

■ : der What about tit 

■ 

**l. but cai 

■ 



the 



as possible, county comm 
of young people will be 
pointed to forward the interest 
of the V 

It is empha.slzi'.l ili.it this you up 
peoples' organization 
1, . ;„),..,-.■ who iik.- part in thru 
tion will come from 

:..■■: 

Young Voters of Ccrirgia will 

|„. | LMll!,:- ,1 loi I 



ill be ■ 






ballots )■ i ■ 
local and stab 

Young Votei 

■ 
'III em ■ 
active and 

nol attempt to 

■ 
uhiai men 

■ 

■ 

■ 



International Student 
Conference August 
17-31 In Prague 

An International Student 
Conference is to take place 
'rague this summer from the 
I nth to the 3ist of August 

The main p 
Conference has been state 

■ V tO .ill -til 

organizations: 

'We corn ider thai the t 

proMoiii mnfn.ntim; . 
Student Congress will he that 
of establishl 

il ■■.tmWilt.v nrgani- 

sation uniting In Its ranks all 

the democratic student organ S 

: in- ivoi id ... itii the 

■ 

I 

rhl ■ and In- 
cidents" 









and 






■ pportunity for Am. 
-.. make them. 
■ 
coopei 

v <<oi to [he Conference has 
.-■'■ii i- tied bj the Internotlo 

Committee to 
tudent group* In evoi 

I'll p..I.il..!V C-.ITinill 

■ 
.■ . oi rtudent 

v ' loi "I 

■ 
■ 

■■ ■ ■ ■ 
embei . 1945 

■ 
■ 

■ 

feeling thai 

■ 
■ 



ii.-i.i 



in.idu.itiim ■ ■ ■ 
iring quarter will be held 
iy afternoon. June it; 

will be a military parade 

followed h.\ tl 
5 in the college auditor- 
..f. w ill be 
hi the college i ampus at 



hree students « ill 
receive the Junior College Hi 

i i . . i. ■ i. ;, 
Warren Carter, Robert William 
■ i Craig. Ni- 
na Crump, Ali. . 
ink-.'. I 'oris Ann Tackier. Bar 
inii.i Loulsi Ooebel, Sarah lane 

Million. M.i [ i..- Keml 
1 1. 1 1. 1 1, 1 Ki I pal i irk, Mary Edna 
riling, Hoy Edmond Mi Card 
Klma Curtis Mathews, Cllen 
Ruby Miller, John Bonnell 

■ 
lie L. Reames, Lenora Tate, Da 
vid ksbury Tippin fa le E 
We-.! Zell., \,,tis U'iltunks, 

w . lam !..■■. . 
Eugenia Willis 

■ :u, Georgia College 
Glee Club ami Muni, tindoi 1 1 j * - 
direotlon of Mi Dl n u 

piirtir iji.ite in the gi .nii.utioii 



Spring Quarter Final 
Exam Shedule 



10.30 12 in 

il Id 222 Engll i. 

Co i. e in. 1 1 

M ithemj Hi ■■ i i ■ 
101 

■ o i .in 
. 

imerce 111c, Engli h 

| 
, 

June 8 8JW 

10.000 Botany 222 Com 

1 . Public Sp 101 

. , 

tl '"■'. Mothe 

10 10 



■' I ■■ ., ■ I., serve the 

imher ol regular col 
lege students sui >i transfei 



August 28, will hni special 

For those w ho canri 
elevi ii weeks to itudj , there 

■l'erial Short Term, 
.Tunc it to Jurj 23 During 

this "half qii. H ter' acado 

woi k on both the (unlor and 
senior level i « 111 be offered 

The -Work Shop" term, 

1 1 '.. ihk i '■ for thosi ■ 
peclally [mere Hi d In public 
school method and material 

Such .i vai led program offers 

oM'elloni opportunity (or ,tnv 

degri • ■ -I Btudj 



STREET SCENES 



i no 
Mathe 

■ 

■ 

1,00 



■ 
■ 



C.idft .m.i il.iii' going to tin- 

■ how for theli .in- phj ed 
Mldgo Kllng hi. 

'■■■■■■ ■ ■ :n 

the dining hall bj u ■■ ol the 

unique amplifying ,\ .tern Imili 

Into her mouth. 
i Ivelj tlli . ii ii Ion ..( ini . dio 

. la 
!'...■. . running F Ri iW 



n. ol newl) n i 

. ppi .i looking 

■!■ ' iM ii tug, "Never 

I ■ 
"in ghow .■ i Ing, ' What's 

lollcioui 

...I III- ..1 '.Mill ,.;,,'..' 

■ 
ii"' itul Tgod dun field 

■ burkllng ■ ■ 

Tipplm 

PCI ..id .-ii tl 

'■■■.■ 

■ 
fori i ■ drlvoi to ' l>la< h out" the 

.'i, .. '.in 

i ■■ h Lunlntj 

■ 

■ 

■ ■■■ ol The 



102 



Coach Ary won 

■ 

■ 



Vets Not Studying' 



3 double for 






first! bit of libur i, i », m " ■ "rouah" 

KanK Nexl To Top 

■ 

. . . 



Yurs truly. 






Mountain Clem 



Fit . 






■ 



Dramatic Club 
Presents Play 

> run. tiie Drama- 
tic Club presented a one - act 

rt hich was under the 
supervision of Mrs J. C. Sinn- 
ons, Dramatic Club Director 
The title of the play was' Merry 
Molly Malone." 

■ iking part In the play 

Molly Malone 'can Healan 

Wtnchell Harrington Roy He 

Card. 
Nells Barrington 

Fackler. 
Ilka Barrington 

Smith. 
Noel Barrincnon JV* Rowland 
Bridget O'Hara E> i 






Charlie 






Mill..'! 



The Camera Club 

The Camera Club of N. G. C. 

mnre years hut because of the 
war and the lack of photogra- 
phic material* the club ha 

an 

. aerials are returning 
and the keen Inter 
shown by the ■■■<■ Ii 
Camera Olul, ha >»-i.-ti n-:ii'tl- 
vated to ii 

members bei au i of ai h ol 

working space in the dark 



The f.iinci ;i I'l |-"ii ■■■ 

ing a program to rail i fund 
with which i" fuml ih the dai k 
room v. rii '"■' -■ irj equip 

mem .mil suppllis TI,,- - u|, 

b> obtained by I h e 

■ ol the ■ ii quai 

Ire. and I Ik C.mn'ia Club will 

he prepared to do ol si any 

type ol photographic work for 
I iiudanl 

i 



YWCA News 

Under the direction of Miss 
Donovan, the Y W * * l ,r '-'" 
sented a Mother's Day program 
college auditorium May 
9 After the scripture, read by 
Klngery, Charlie 
Smith sang "For My 



Girls' Glee Club ami "Y" Cabl- 

■ g 
lucky Babe," and "Mtghtj Laic 

played a plam 

..,, i . . , r . i - Hothi i Mai hrei . 

Old Refrain" and Hui 

...ih accompan- 
■ the piano 

\ll the t-'itl 

i Idei 






the left 



Rent tin 
del l, Virginia Ktngory, to Ath- 



panled by repre ■ 

■ m ■!'[,, ■'.. attended iet 

:,;■ :. 

epri entative dl - u led 



Serjeants Club Has 
Trip To Trahlyta 



■-■ came dripping it 

ib bloo 

foeui tils flaming 



Home Ec Club Has 
Annual Breakfast 



Its annual breakfa-d '>n April 

e d ■ 

"f'nv Huh a,ul their dates, al- 

.,. the i hap ■■ '■' 

'" 
Hgbifn! breakfast mnsMing <»f 
■ 

I, ice, bl culta with buiter and 

j, i| v I-. your mouth Widenns' 
■■ ■ 
. . 

.hi. had to get up -• 



Murk 



niug 



■ !,,. .,[!.■ wl n|..v.-i! it rnu:.f 

.;,;■ HI'! ' IML-lllllg It 

■ .,,:,■ those 
a D. kept 






■■ 
they gathered around the piano 
and lang until i 
very rcluctai I 

Thlfl annual bri 

ol the ",.,in e i 

prl g quartet tnd ever) I 

looking foi ward to the next 



Glee Club Activities 
For The School Year 

The dee Club of North 
, Meee has presented 

<;..orgi.i I ollege "a; i 

necem- 

rm Sunday evening. Decern 

,,,'VS.a the Glee Club pre- 

thirteenth annual 

car0 l Service. 0" 

T -lav evening. February -21. 

1M6 the Glee Club presented 

,|,,arter fsriS 

Glee Club presented its spring 
quarter concert on Friday even- 
ing April 28, 1946 
The highlight-: of these eon- 
,.,,,.-,1 ^..Ins bv Mi^= 
. mwart. Miss Rose 
-i Mary Edna Kling, 
, Fackler. Mr. Roy 
Mi Card and Mr. Julius Still. 
., ,,.,^ presented by 
Horace Hall Appearing 
the Olee Club For the win- 
ter quarter concert was Mr. 
. hui nf the A. S T. R 
P. who rendered several acoord- 



Wfl l 



Unir ' 



, had finished Ita quarterly Grooming.' 

t r |p authorlt) 

Earlier In thi d 
truck (but u"i large en -■ \ 

hinl picked u|i :..iiii' .(traiiK''ly ' *■ lh ''' 

choractei 



Home Ec Club News 



■ 

■ ..,.,.■ invited Foi 
n ii e had a vei y In 

pli turc on "0 1 

in thin picture, an 

BO "I .' '" : g 

ih.- way to achieve 



The 



ii. i 



und i 



The i era Clu 

I 
enabling the mem 

tlnue their hobby and i no 

n experli need In 11 1 ho 

i liil> [in l.iri,-iH\ ii-. .n. I i ..||.|T 
■ i Upplle niitiii'i.i 

■ n both The i 

.ml II,. i ., lop 

The offlceri and mcmbei ol 

...,.i, vlce-l^. 
i 

,,,!.■ 

Hancoi k, Neb Ke ■ I 

';<■")''■ McKI v, 

I'll. Ill,- I 

president 



Hi.' iiii.uiii.iIm . toward Loko 
Trahlyta, Ah thi 

i, ,ii- ol plung 

Ing "ff Into w ■ bottomlei b 

i ha: .in. .iii.i loavlng hii'i of [in, 
toplaam i llnglng to the trees 
But, Qlai we i] ■ 
mlng wob undertaken bj lomo 
■ 

rmllv i hlpin 



and 



and I.,!' tin . 



Vets Not Studying? 
Rank Next To Top 

(Continued fi 
erans are applying thcmsel' 
' tudying, ... w 



fro ■ ..ii., e .,t 

■ 



lies this belief This 



thai i 






' In -l hall 



g quartei 

"inpaivd with 71 If, 

■ I the 

This shows thai the boy* 

unmlslakabl) taking i ,, 

" i Bill ol 
Rights, and that thi 
termined ti 

though handicapped by 



ie ol , 






i Hi,, i 



up and hali do We were told 

thai real glam ■ n 

good health Lhi 

dlel and Intelligent physical 

caro phi'. , Icanllnesti, proper 

i'"-i .n"i [ '" ituro V'tiT- 

the pli turc, delli loui refresh 

I In ,|i| ii tei 



Importance In building 

mK health I'ractl- 
, tratlons in cooking 
1,,-,-r. pnrk. Irmili and veal were 
..u Inter- 
esting carving ■ equero e 'Tfou 

Ciin To.," «a- -hi.wn April 1ft. 

ihowed in del tit the entire 

procedure of the home-canning 

ol ■. i getahli and fruits, using 

mil- cooker and 

hot water bath On May 

... had "Meat and Ro- 

rilm showed In 

ntereatlng and understand- 



how tn buy 






meat properly, 
correctly, and 
ttlve values of 



Monday, June 3. 1943 

NGC Adds A Rare 
Book To Library 

North Georgia College, has 
just added to its library l 
rare volume entitled. "Amer 
ican Scenery." by T AfJdl . 
son Richards, published i n 
New York in 185-1 The work 
is a series of travel sketches 
with thirty-two steel engrav. 



visited North Georgia In the 
HHO'fl and made pencil sketches 
of beautiful spots of scenery 
in that section The book he 
put out contains seven pictures 
of Georgia scenes: Lake George 
n Tallulah Gorge; the Medical 
College; Falls of Towalaga; Toc- 
Tallulah Fatis (two 
pictures); and Lover's Leap, q 
the Chattahoochee River. 
It is the aim of North Geor- 
I ijsg -XJ sXes 'aSatio.-) w g 
Flanders, head of the English 
Department, to make Its libra- 
ry unusually strong in Ameri- 
can and in Southern literature; 
Scenery" is on- 
many rare works that 
added later Perhaps 
prized possession of 
the library is a first edition of 
William Gilmore Simms" "Guy 
Rivers" (1834), which has its- 
scene laid near the Chestatee 
River in Lumpkin county, and 
which has a hero modeled af- 
[1 1 Harrison Riley, an early 
settler in Dahlonega. 



J. S. Speer 

I >. ji. ti. lal.Ie Insurant'. 
Dahlonega. Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OP 

JENKINS SHOE SHOP 

1: MAKE OLD SHOES LOOK LIKE NE' 
"Mil 0N1 ,:\ GEORGIA 



ir two in. 11, . Bui ■ 1 


h 1 life 


on oui ■ 


.. Ilghl 


,tvi Ipll.itl ■ 


Th,. 


■ ., 




11(1 ih.. [op 












. .. . 





ivoul ivo 

the Igh ■ 1 heard were nol from 
•nc con lined 

Wiling .1 I,,',:,.,,, 1 tlnd 
ial evcryo ic enjoyed the trip 
'■ |V much 11 affoi 1 ., daj 

■■ to .hi The Club 

expre 

"' I ■!« IVIllV ,l||,[ \||.,, 

Ing astroj and al ■ 



Robert Al Moore 

General Merchandise 

V ™«!NDOF v'OUTH OEORGIA COLLEG 1 y EA RS 



foi B IDl u '.'.' m R ,,,| lLS . 
ROBERT M MOORE 



Faculty Feature 

BY PROF. C. E. LAWRENCE 



n oT the year when 



- s pproach ...„ t 

tests are giyen^ book reports are due. ana tern 
papers must be submitted. It occurs in m .1, 
it might be well to stop long enough to ™ ™ l 
selves, "Wta ha* college- done for me" Thai 
question «*t Ml be supplemented '«, 
second one. What have I done for the cojlege'" 
■What have I done for myself?" """""on. 

Those of us who indulge in retrospect are 
often made to realize that much of our time i 
poorly spent, or, worse still, spent p„ rsu ' 
things of an empty nature H™.. i "" auin « 
does that cycle grade trulv reprint ZT^Z 
eflort to get something"? I always feel the 
the effort expended for satisfying ihe instruct 
ollege offlcials-HmaWng a grade 
really done for them, llf over six 
,y is tonus." so to speak, for the student The 
knowledge gained that is represented by all 
over that grade constitutes the storehouse from 
which Success picks her men. Hence why „M 
ivork more for one's self? 

Have you learned lessons only of those who 
auirured you, and were tender with vou and 
stood aside for you? Have you not' learned 
greal lessons from those who braced themselves 
agatasl you and disputed the passage with vou' 
How much have you added to your canacltv 

for living Wllh nlh^l IT ,„.. 1«l,ij, 



Responsibility 






living with others? Unselfishly 
eynote one should strike in this phase of hu 



— .. ... .,,,., |,i MS , ,, 

endeavor: a cultivated interest in the wel 
fare and ambitions of those about us somehow 
increases our capacity for getting the most from 
life for ourselves. It broadens our perspective 
and enlarges our ability lo make and keen 
friends. 

Speaking of friends— how much of a friend 
lo how many have you been this year' There 
Is a saying, as old as the hills, yet ever true 
To have a friend, one must be one " Here al 
North Georgia College may be seen the begin 
nlngs of beautiful friendships They are beau 
liful lieeause many will stand the test of time 
has very' aptly said: 
Time is the sharpest of all acids a su- 
preme test II is. Only the purest and heaviest 
"' withstand its action. Any lighter met- 
al though with a value of its own is finally 
'1 dissolved Most things that stir 
men for a day are not more than a dream on 

row. The memory of the most 

■ as well as the most grievous davs In 

if peoples grabs at the cockcrow of 



Responsibility is life and life is responslbm 
iy- No one can change that fact 

?o r °„'s em we"ca C "" gS '" "* M ° Ur Sha "° W iUnSS 
lenuessly ,, dogs olVtoMste'pT* FrZ" toe cn^ 
ing babe in the cradle lo the day of *•»>■. ».- 
mantle of responsibility hovers oyer 
the lowliest servant to the highest . 
sponsibllity plays no favorites. 

There are many persons who never learn 
tne meaning of responsibility, others who fulfill 
its demands from a sense of dutv still others 
who know what It means but try to avoid it 
There are still others who seek It and whet 
their appetites for more They thirve on it and 
enjoy life conquering it. 

No man. woman or child has ever become 
» ■ did not grasp Ihe opportunities 
presented by responsibility and fulfilled them 
Work, whether It be in u, e classroom, office, 
or the mill, In the home or on the farm, in the 
„ " r , .'" '"* tlul > or the fraternity, takes 

responsibility by Ihe hand and Introduce- .1 t.. 
its possibilities. 

The degree with which we fulfil] the as- 
signment determines our reward mentally, phys- 
ically and financially. If we are indifferent our 
itisfaction is negligible. If we shirk our own 
•lf-respect is injured; but if we perform with 
mcentration, energy and enthusiasm, we have 
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There was a t 
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Its meaning. We 



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Then how often can you answer *'yes" tc 
the question, "Am I worth his or her cultivation 

tlon little mentioned may bestir In 

ought. "Have I kept 'faith with thost 

back h- me who have made this year at colleg. 

God grant that you are able to an 

truthfully -yes" Love unrequited or fa 

™n ungratefully received are not in keeping 

! " grand spirit displayed by the average 

our college. You are an investment 

the old home town. Sacrifices 

made that these opportunities may 

1 we always do all in our powei 

' that investment brings the great 

Ml return? Let us keep that faith Let u. 

proud that we are "blood of their 

flesh of their flesh." 

li most insignificant act Inflict ""In 

Blory to those whose very soul Is 

■ "ur desires, our aims, our hopes 

Vnd now the ultimate, "Have I kept faith 

who makes all life po 

'■■ in our personal inventor? might easily 

■ .-king of many more Would you 

h were you not required to do so* , 

Ibute of your talents to the Young 

rtment? Are vou Interested In the' 

■ welfare, (as well as the physical) or 

'id" Have you told him so? The^s 

1 questions, It's true, but necessary : 

'<•? the person whose place will be 

■■ felt In the world of men. 

answering of each of these, let us ; 
tly to be honest. Let us face Tacls 
is great need of men and women 
|USt that, who can meet a situation' 
estimate it and then make thi* noc- 
istments, 

have fun during the vacation pe 
our davs he more happily spent he- 
thoughts of oonsdent 
' 1*1 here May the feeling of ; 

d by the ambition for more worlds 

Return to us a fresher, more vi- 

^ r < personality with convictions of your 

supported only by earnest desires 

irsetves for greater usefulness 



when responsibility was 

's country, one's school, 
today the word has lost 
_- groping for the hand of 
neighbor and expecting him to be responsi 
ble for both of us Responsibility is an indi- 
vidual thing, like links in a chain ' If the chain 
breaks lu strength is gone and the chain can- 
not function again until all the link- .,,-■ ,,, ,,i 
intact 

Ib,l ">' of our nation and of the 

■ '--.liege depends entirely upo 
Think that over. 



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Minister— 'We will now have a f, . 
ayer— Deacon .Jones will you lead' 
Deacon Jones— Tadn't my lead, i just deall 



' how football players 

Prol M« Mahan— What happens 

.. telephone rings, 

Johnston— Whafcha data"? Pishing? 
Melton — Naw, I'm drowning worms 

Cooper— 1 caught my boy friend flirting last 

Reynolds— Really? I got mine ,: 

Man is like a lamp Wlcfc— trlmn 
[roes before In has the right flame, 

Drake— Sorry, sir, )>ui i never go out with 



S Roberts — I'm knee-deep in love wl 

Ml right, I'll put you 
malting list. 



because you make me sic 

ad girl kins and make up, 
le girl gets the kiss, 
ic boy gets the make-up 

much are these applet. 
r Moore— Fifteen cents a peck 
Hoxley— What do you think I am, a bl 



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International Student 
Conference August 
I 17-31 In Prague 

... Front Page 
red 'ems 

■ 

student evoun* but also 



\ MCA Here Enjoys 
Successful Quarter 



i conference is 



attend- 



■ 

I per cent 

. bers i" H 10 
he speakers 
who have been the 
• 
■' Lawre 

. other pro- 
been a community 
• DW P ro 
gram in which all students 

On Wednesdaj night, May -J. 

the YM and TW in a joint 

meeting, presented Forest Ran- 

Si iv who showed us 

a Forestry Department conser- 

: . iv This picture was 

in natural color and i 

wild life The picture was 

shown in the auditorium 

j admission 



lea-ilnc edu 
catore and legislators In her 
[etter to the Executive Secre- 
Vmerican Preoara 
lory Committee, Helen Gahapan 
Douglas, Representative ^ from 
Barre " u ' 14th 



fVou 



LIBRARY AND 
BOOK NEWS 



. ,- books for 

ward for drama was 
,,,. o' the Union " bv 

■ deals with 



Strolling The Barracks 

_ .;,„., for the ing camps. Those 



ASTRP t° leave 
College. 

,t will they 



The 



r,-,!if.-.nii.). 



I have learned with a great 

jt of interest about (he In- 
ternational Student Confer. 



as an industrialist, is spurred 

;.., f,->r nomlna- 
lent The 
aimed at tl 

. . , ■ ■ 



charged. 



The YM 



v\\- 






meetings this quarter On May 
29 they will present a feature- 
length motion !>n t \\< 
lected short subjects This pro 
gram is being looked forward 
to in that it will bi 
new and different The pic- 
ture to be presented is entitled 
"Foreign Correspondent." It 
is a highly exciting ■ 

and is full of many 
. fined moments. The 
picture was directed by Mff-il 
Hitchcock and st;n - 
Crea. Herbert Marshall, a n d 
Robert Benchtey Bi 
the high rent on the film, it 
will be necessary to charge an 
admission fee of 20c. 

The final activity of (lie i|ii.ir- 
ter given by the YM and YW 
will be a U. S O. party on .Tune 
5th. There will be games, 
dancing, 



Collier Revives 
Officers' Club 



.otitics 

■ 



iral is 
arid hv- 

iil«o npplv 



: 

"the Fourth and the Fifth 
ice Commands The men 
have finished A S T. R- P. 
report to Army camps in 
ih, respective Service Com- 
ignment totram- 



i.hnt is t< 

■■■■■ 

itndents 



. place in Prague 

. f you 

;ll have an opportun- 

down with foreign 

to discuss mutual 
problems nn<1 s " deepen your 
nderstandlng of one another. 
Rnddlnc understanding in the 
-.- helping to lay a firm 
ion for peace" 
American I 
tee has heen set up com- 
■ ■ 
the following organization 

■ 
M in Cotmi II fStuderfl YMCA 
■■■ rlth Hlllel 
■ 
. einl.lv Tntercolleglate 

youth for Democracy, student 

: .ns of In- 
ippnee and Medical Students 
The American 
Committee haf decided thai 25 
delegates shall be sent to Pra- 
approximately 17 of these 
■he organlza 
lions on the Committee. The 
resl will be di 

entlng the or- 
. partlculai ■ Bin- 
■ . 

-t.u,lrnt. helnp approved hv the 
American Preparatory Commit- 
tee All rampn 
dividual who ai . 

impun represent- 
ed al thl i 
to gel in touch with Mice 



. Nei 



Battalion Commander, Cadet 1 .:.. 
Col. Roert Collier, hi 
heen elected to the office of Pres- 
ident of the Officers" Club and 

conization which han been al- 

most non-existent toi the past 

[uarters.. Cadet Major 

■ ■ ■ 
and Cadet 

ni Tippins ;,s Treiisiir- 



next! 

■ 
explosion of r.i'je 
. neople stopped talking 



hook pre- 



election 
started IfiTnkl i 
generation!" 
Tin' award for history 

Personalities 

,,.,! idealoglef which unroll 

n rh,' det elopment of the woi k 

the relation of 

Milan derm 

eliglon, litera- 
ser-tiimal dlspt 

kson himself. 
Vnio! Kendall 
Fanny Wrlghl and 
other characti 

■ ted amid I i isi 
,:..! unlike Ihi ■ 

The award ■■■ i 

Wilderness." 
T mnle Wolfe n I 

iJlmplc maimer- ;i well-balanced 

account of John Muir's life his 

associations with his content- 

■ ■ tv. i. hlng In- 
fluem e upon the 1 

lei ■■■ person; hi 

It ibul I >" ' 

in the field of geology, and his 
leadership In 



Then 



.,,,,1 fnt 



t of- 

■ 
in the activities of the club and 
and have hi Ipi d w f-tli the plan- 
ning of a forma! dance thai 
one of the 
irth Georgia 
:n .tory, This 
. take place in the col- 
. 

I i 
the music of the re- 
nowned "ATLANTIANS" who 
to play for thii gala 
■ i.nii e the 
■■ ifficers* Cluh 
have planned a breakfasl for 
members only 

At one of their n 

:■ h are held every Frl- 

■ in the Band House 

Club planned 

Show which is to be 

presented in the auditorium on 

the night of Friday. May 31. 

■: 'v urged to 

talk up the dance and variety 

show and hern the Officers' Cluh 

help you have a good time, 



Girls' Tournament 
Sport Results 

i MNIS 
Carolyn Huff ■ ophomoro, 
on th - ibli 

■■ Ltlng Beverly 

tolwell, fresh i ther Phi 

■ he final ga 

i ioo polni - for her i 

did in- Table tennis dou 

flmlcron, and i mi i lippol 

■ 

Vnn Palmer, freshman, Rita 



With The "Vets' 

no "Brain. 1 

McKlhhnn seemf to be leading 

, foi the Dean' i 

■ (a be quite a 

c, !■ , ..' ■ , . 

■l: .i ■■ r. . r. ,,, for Hie VetS, 

nnmeh for " Vndy,' Mell and 
Admiral lack 



for the 
North Geor- 

. 

[0 when they 
, asked. Here, 
, ■!,-- answer to that 

S. T B- p 



homes where they will ,-emain 
until th.-ii eighteenth birthday 
since the fourth term has been 



Army at some time or oth. 
1 hose lea^ ing W iH 
a fourteen - day. delay. 



In 









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love bug is 

. .i 



Kin, i 



Tennis dnglei medal wot 

won i iv Elyse Williams, sopho 

■ ti .i lean Ziog. 

In the dual' 

■ 

representei ■ ,»,,, r m nl 

il the Htppolj 



at the dining hall .it the lame 

■ lue Juy" is otl 

a cloud Of 

dui l What i 
r-lti ■ Blui i i 

i .1.. w In! eld Scott seemed to 
' l]OVl 

column h ti. bi 

Be l 



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Jlonday, June 3, 1946 

CADET SPORTS 

;. (, C DOWNS 

RIVERSIDE 

The North Georgia CoUege 
Cadets won their first game of 

the season in a baseball game 

nt-re with Riverside on April 
21. Leon Capp pitched a good 
game for the local nine, with 
B B." Miller and William 0\v 
ens alternating at the iwaIvo. 
spot Final 



e — N. G. C. 11 



Riverside 8. 

N, G. C. LOSES 
TO RIVERSIDE 

On Friday, April' 26, the Ca- 
dets journeyed to Riverside and 
played their third game of the 
season, losing 5-12 Coach 
Sheets employed his entire 
pitching staff in this game. 

S G C. LOSES SECOND 
TO ERSKINE 

on May 1 the Erskine Col- 
lege team, from Due West. S. 
C, came here to seek their sec- 
ond victor,' over the locals Al- 1 
though the Cadets got 14 hits 
10, Erskine 
cross 12 
■ getting 7. "B 
B Miller pitched for the Ca 
dets white William Owen? and 
Parker Brown did the catching 
"Tiger" Moran made the .long' 
est hit made on the local dia. 
mund this season but could on- 
ly go three bass. Owens also 
knocked a triple. 
N G C PLAYS TECH V-5 

On May 25 the Cadets played 
Georgia Tech's V-5 unit at the 
Law-son General Hospital, with 
the score being 6 to 4 in favor 
of Georgia Tech, This game was 
played at Lawson as a benefit 
game for the patients at the 
hospital'. On June I the Navy 
'-■■ill return this game. The 
Cadets are expecting a large 
attendance ;it this game since it 
will be the last game here for 



Sanford Hall 
Has Picnic 

On Sunday, May 26, the girl 
01 Sanford went on an all-day 
Picnic. This picnic is spon- 
sored even,- year by Miss Dono- 
van. Her plans this vear called 
for leaving Sanford Hall at 
930. going to Lake Winfield 
Scott for a picnic lunch, and 
going on to Lake Trahlyta. 

All the girls were practically 
mad with anxiety-could hard- 
er Sunday morning, 



THE CADET BUGLER 



because it isn't every day that 
they get to go on an all-day pi c - 
c — with no boys along. Such 
situation might bea little dif- 
ferent for our regular daters, 
..— really a break for 
those who have to struggle for 
get enough courage to 
"te for a social hike 
Anyway, it was a big day for 
all the girls and teachers of 
Sanford Hall. For, after all 
u think of anything bet 
n a whole day packed 
food and fun 



Girls' Sport News 

The volley ball varsity a 






BOXING 
During the winter quarter 
1 adets and the ASTRP 
boys held their boxing tourna- 
Pwo hundred and nine- 
ty eight hoys participated In 
tournament. The winners 
1 'adei tournament were: 
Irthui \ Co Heavy- 
Champii . Stewart Mr 
md das* 
■ 'i ■ '"i i ' ■ 165 pound 
<■ "■'"■ l".-l. A Co., 155 

1 ' I3E 

125 pound 



m i - -.f the ASTRP 

Fl Mud,!. 

ghl Champion Con- 

■ 

:■ 

155 pound 

!">unil , l;iv .in,) Ii.hu 
■ 
FBAL1 
hundred and fifty-eight 

■ 
qua. ■ 



The Hippolytan team had 
charge ->f the Rec Club program. 
May 6, and presented Horace 
Hall from Hartwell in a medley 
of popular music. If it had 
been the will of the girls, they 
would have listened to him all 
■ the requests for spe- 
cla] numbers came thick and 

On May 20, the Mercurean 
earn presented Mr. Will D. 
Voung as speaker for the bi- 
monthly meeting of the Rec 
-lub. He spoke to us on "Col- 
lege Spirit " His discussion cen- 
'ered around four qualities of 
college spirit: loyalty, fellow- 
ship, courage, and enthusiasm 
He commended us on our fine 
support at all college intramural 
sports and our ability to lose In 
l cheerful manner. He remind- 
ed us that, as N, G. C. has be- 
nirie a senior college, we will 
be the founders of new tradi- 

Preceding Mr. Young's mes- 
I >age, Charlie Smith sang "When 
| Day Is Done," accompanied ai 
the piano by Nancy Hlnson. 

Immediately following Mr. 
■* " «.J ri k* > dtsins-inn, Miss Burton 
iv girls with jackets. 
!■:.,' h girl had earned by the end 
of last quarter the necessary 
!(M)M pom! l.y participating In 

poi ts and hikes The 
Healan, who 
■ points In one quar- 



>( the paper went to press. The 
'arsity is as follows: Eloise 
Cogburn. Beverly CoIweU. Dor- 
is F^rkler Carolyn Huff, Anne 
KBng, Lynda Lambeth, Mary 
Frances Smith, and Elyse Wii- 
The sub-varsity is: Ro- 
Arrendale. Nina Crump, 
Hazel Ann Dean, Frankie Fitts, 
Edna Kling, Mattie 
Reames, Lenora Tate, and lean 
Ziegler. 

the Phi 

"micron team won the tourna- 
with a total of 137 points 
for all games The Mercureans 
-- up, but exceeded 
the Phi Omicrons in points 
with 147. The highest number 
of points made in one game by 
a player was 15, which was 
n '"l" )'v M.irv F Smith, Etyse 
ind Joyce Willis Ma- 
ry F. Smith was high scoret 
■i'h a total ,,f 32 points for all 
ames. Beverly Colwell ra« 
her a chase second with 31, 
Carolyn Huff, a Phi Omicron. 
as awarded the medal for 
inning the table tennis sintr 
les tournament over Beverly 
Colwell, a Phi Omicron and 
ip In the state table 
singles. The doubles 
lenl Is vet to be prayed 

The badminton tournament 

ancles and doubles will he 
started Thursday. M,, 

- 'lie weather permits 
the tennis tournaments will be 
Played off and the medal 
e're looking for 
■ close competition 
Club activities 



Speech Club To 
Give Tea Dance 

The Speech Club in It 
life here on the N. G. C. 
has developed into one „. , 
outstanding organizations. Its 
programs have been interesting 
"■* different from the ordinary 
of club programs, The 
Speech Club's plans for the re- 
mainder Of the quarter .ire as 
follows 

On Saturdaj afternoon. June 
.it four O'clock, -! ■ 

Unit win sponsor a Tea Dance 
the r s o Tins win i>e one 
the gala affairs ol 

111 tie dancing and re- 
freshments and also songs by 

■ ■ 
Room ol the Henry i :■ ■ M 

Atlanta. Invitations to the 
Tea Dance will be sent to ev. 
■Ty -student In school .,,,«) it is 
li'ipwl that everyone wiH al 
itend Mter the Tea Dance ., 
supper will be served for the 
members of the Speech Club 
■■clock the Speech 
Cluli, and I'veryhody .■!■.,■ win, 

can will go to ti, 

l'lul> Pane,' In ih,- ;.: 

This will complete e rull qua. 
ei o( social .„ ii\ [ty by the 
speech Club. 

On June 3 at seven o'clock 
'he Speech Club will present 
-t plays. The first 
•he Capture." a high- 
ly dramatic mystery, with Bon- 



Week Beginning June 3 
MONDAY a.nd TUESDAY 

'Too Young- To Know* 



Late Chancellor 
Sanford Honored 



<7,„ 






him to the people of Georgia. 

This copy of the resolution 
and the photograph of Dr. San- 
ford are now prominently dis- 
played over the card catalog in 
the North Georgia College LI- 



Georgia Young 
Voters League 
Formed Here 

State of Georgia. 

Your support f"i the Young 
Voters of Georgia movement 
will be appreciated This 
group win stand firm In the 
fight lo gli i 

slat,' administrations Hint nv 

clean, efficient and liberal 



Henry Miles and 
Albert Eagar. The set ond 
plsj will be .i vers hllarloui 
satire on marriage and divorce, 
"Hen,, Reasons " The casi Iti 
eludes Bills Qlrtman, Norma 
■ ■I Owen, Marj Ed 
no Kling, Ellen \iui- 1 Ted 

' U ■■■■ ! 

Fred Lee Harold Kllpatrlck, 
M irj Drake and John King 
The two plays will be imdoi 
tin' direction of Mr Law ranco, 
and no a, inn- ion will be 



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THURSDAY and FRIDAY 

"You Came Along" 



SATURDAY 

"Prairie Rustlers" 



MONDAY and TUESDAY 

"Rhapsody In Blue" 



WEDNESDAY 

"Song Of Mexico" 



THURSDAY and FRIDAY 

"North West Mounted 
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MONDAY and TUESDAY 

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WEDNESDAY 

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jean Healan. Virgil Price 

Editor __ Bonnell Pearce 

William Owens 

Feature BdiUa Henry Hitch 

Spo Jean Zelgler 

Bvy ; Sports Editor Lyndon Harris 

\STRP Editor - Robei 

Exchange Editor Lenora Tate 
Staff Bhotogr | 



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....my, Norma 
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You Must Choose! 



Important gubematoi Lai ■ -■ 



have u ■ 



othei field ■ " ! 

Importance In the state, He U the termer head 

ui the Bell Bombea plant In Marietta, Georgia. 

. , mblfl it"' progn Ivi 

platform ol hill ■ \ : m . , 1 1 . -.in i-ri i.Tll govej 

. ing throughout the slate, 

AnoUi''] r..iriMl..'.- 
Georgia, Ed Riven Mi EUvoi i I a lawyoi 
having iii: ) ■■■■■ 
home Is In Lakeland, Georgia, His platform In 

uludes Hi.- cmuiiiii ■ i.l (In- pnitfi'aiii In m 

BURUrated lju 

AoLliei ■-■ 

■ ,i Ho in woll 
. . i.ij^i;, i-.iiiu-. ,111,1 hi;, platform I 
based on whlti 

A great ;■ , ■■■■ Mic slmuM 

the rospon - 

bdity of Die youth to moke II elf heard \m 

■ ■ 

■■■ ■,..!. , the eyi ol the nation ore 

on hei In thl oe how Intel 

. noose thou leadei 

Read aboui iin- iinn-ivm - .nniiii.ites, t 

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The Bayonet 

According to the latest Trotter Poll, there 
e iwemy-aix character traits prominent among 
udents of N. G C, They are listed below With 
le student who best typifies each trail: 
is for able—that's BETTY JAN K ■■ 
—able to get any guy she wants. 
Is for braying— that's GENE LOWERY who 
,ii't quite go that one, Prof 

in'l make up our minds 
since there are so many who are perfect for 
the role. 

intieas— That's PROP 
.:, plte Of the crap game «oing on 
in the back of the room. 
is for exotic— the new perfume 
zoology students i' 
5." 

KELLEY, as 
he whispers, I 

,..■„. continually i ■ degrading the 
Dahlonega! 

,, i,,, handsome that's TED BLIZZARD ill 
urn: undei thri 

Lb in! j.iuinty -that's ELYSE WILLIAMS 
,,i!h Tiiontiy." 
. , thai ■ olid' EDDIE 1 IN 
MONS who Is keen about the co-eds. 

i iv -that's MOUSIE' in her new 
. 

■ALMKK wh<- 

■ • ,!-■(- when she left something she 
.... mbci lomewhere she 1 

■ HICK iviiki; HEL 
■ 

i . tor j ii iv one ■ who are fool 

mough l" read this know what 1 mean 

,.. roi perfa I the V ' '■■' ' •■'■'■ ■ 

lain ' adei ■ ,,|M « a "'-i e * - 

Ibrli king. 
, foi queenlo,' the co-ed who 
lowei i" i I 

■ 
, mu'.ic ii mi !■■■ it. .Hi-: Rat he! 

rii. mil. m the romantic eye. 

■ ■ 

■ i.ii.ii .in, i ii vim don'i mind be 
. i nite guard report, 

■ ■ [O HUNTER in her 
■ 

mi Mm i DM01 D 

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,. OU MiMII ii UIR1 

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U tMICH COMER HAMPTON and 

PETE PANSt EKH \i- 


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Running The Mounta 



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Dahlonega Insurance Agency 

BENBRAL LINK OP INSURANCE 
B. Ii Pite, Manager. 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

IS THE HEART OP THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 

DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 

A Good Flaw 






He might .ii tint, oxoopi r.„ the faci 
■ -I ■ tn the back 
gym, where hi 

in and ropori his "time" on Uia 



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Did you hear aboul 
> thought the way i 



V going! 

oed from N. G, r 



Other p 

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.. time savins shortcul 

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Vlllee llir ,.,i,lell th.,1 !■., 

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neuvci Is .. p 

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Dial in. -,o,i, ,in climtiin,. 



CADET — 00 EDS 
M BREAD for those In 

AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 

Ma.lr ,,y 

SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 

GA1NESVTL1 I.. 8E0RGIA 



THE LEADER 

On The Square 
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S READY TO WEAK 
\ ii. I l. GEORGIA 



CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS 

HOVT DAVIS, Owner 

Mree, trore the 
COLLEB] 

. I . 
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DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



+ #• Gadet Bugler 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



SPOTLIGHT IS 
FOCUSED UPON 
R. H. BELCHER 




CADET BUGLER 
FOUNDER VISITS 
N.G.C. CAMPUS 



lobert H. Belcher 



This month the Pacull Spo 
light focuses its beams mm u 
member of the faculty who has 
tried earnestly for manj pears 

o disprove the theorj thai 
■ hi.-mistry |>i - - i «----- . -r- ,n.' iii.k !■■ 

i st and steel and Id 

never be born Nei i ■ 
Robert H. Belcher (better fori 
Prol Belchei i i lalms the 



CADET BUGLER 
IS SPONSORING 
PHOTO CONTEST 



"Crisis At 
The Colleges" 



The 



»si in Uattr 

OFFICERS' CLUB 
TAKES OUTING 
TOTRAHLYTA 



high< 




Georgia, 

e h was there thai he 

■ si embarked on the lung 

■■"I ol edut at While he 

tilgh b< hoc!, the flrsl 
orld War interrupted his 

i he entered the armed 
li e for .1 period of nine 

Returning from the -<-v\ \<< - 

1 pleted his high school 

al Ttfton and after- pictures and negnli 

■ ■ ome ■ pen i 

ihi United Si ■ LhG ' ' v ' '"i 1 

incut ..1 Agriculture expert 't'' 1 i ■"■" 
in nation il 



dei Prol Pov ell and the new ■ 
b revived Camera Club 

\ pi ize ol S5.00 i- being of- 

; ■ [Hi III]. '. M.i I III.' 

besl ol all the onea submitted, 

pii Hong with 

mi i ii h ill in publl ii 
ed hi the Buglet and the i ■■ 
i lops, our college annual, 
\~ manj pii 



education, niiinj \nn-i ir.n 
girls will nevei gel to college, 
accor g to an article In the '"' '' * unaav < lhal '' 

i. -:.,rur,|.n "" ' "' 1 " 1 ' '" " 1( '' l "' 

Evening Posl c ' ; '' '" "" '" "' l! " ' 

"Manj -i Institution* are "' e ,l ' :i,,h,i picnic 

slate women, and H leenu in ""' l° ,l J L ' I I "' 1 

■ i i . u in ■ M " 1 I|||,| | i'" 1 !'- !'■" from San 

i i |i down iin [hei ' writes '""' ll,lM al '""' llm ''- s "' l " 1 '■ 

Milton 



On Thursday i.n-, 'i. 

>■■!'■ i red b) a t i -ii i.v Mr 

Mien Thoma on, writing re 



be -iii ited, 



be- 



tfai K i e artli le 

■ !i 

"Speaking ofi the record 

rcgreifullj a numbei ol edu- 

edici ueh a ilg] 

Ing "i thi -r'ir.,: th .,,,.. 

pi esenllj ol 



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•red 



Thi i 



.,i Ttfton, 

I with h[s prla 

Mr continued his cduca' fj 

the i nivei I 



final 
e will i 



'■ ■• Ing ..' the lake 

the memben ol the partj wonl 

iwlmmlng, boating and |ui I 
plain it rolling 

'" I>« ''"ll-'i:. . ,,l Mllivr, I |„„ h ,|| ,, hV , ,,-,., 

k al ihe clo i 



tekH f .iii profits, 






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...i phi 

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did grad 

■ 

. a hi! teai lung ■■'- whet 
i ■ i 'ollcge 
ere he taugh 

even yeai ■ i rom 

. 



Street Scenes 

Scandal Shei 
Said! 



■ 



handle 



S Marj Ruth '■ 
■ i '-i thi most popular mi 

ol thi ■ ■ ' 

While i. 

. 

morning 

. . . ■ 

him how to amue 

■ 
■ 

■ 
I 
■. g.x«l shot with a 
nflc and likes !•• hunt ibouj 

lt nnk 1 would gel much kick 

«H of killing a deer." he re- 

'Conitnutd on page jo**l 



Mi Griffin wondering 

dletli fan pull 

Restricted gii 

"i" i ' ■ i( '■■■ 
''"',; lege girli b an American uj 



Speech Club To Present Play 
"Sunday's Child" On August 22 









Lav 






will 



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Social Events For 
Rest Of Quarter 



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ed lid and the 

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tlnue to drean 



Informal i 

■■ ■ 
rching 

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Cardner and bis experiment- Theta ir. 



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<lnf..r lf . 

Defob} 



Ann.' Bdgf 

Pom Ifathi w 
dm Rudolph 

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With The Vets 






i that many 



changes have 

namely, girl changes! So with 

out further :■■!" ' ^ ill attempt 

JANE LEWIS ;eem 
acquired a new boy friend by 
the name of PHILLIPS. II la 
odd bui ■'-■ an ■ 
holding hands. RED KELLV 
• ,. happj to d ■■ 
JANE BINFORD the i da) 

, me waj love will 
settle a fellow An -■■■■ Marlm 
by the name of SAXO 
around the campui talking 10 a 

.student of Miss BUT What 

v\ ii SON ■ I HI CH 

STE1S KWI ha UJki i 

HUNTER from WORLE* from 
the lookfl of thlngi . bul WOR 
LEI i ■ nol i" i"' outd ■ ■' '"' 

■ , r D) * h.- 

„., i rOYCB C Bl ED "i 

I I....1 HI" !'■! ■■'• ■■!'! '" 'til' ll 

,,f Septembei with omoihlng oi 

■ 
certalnt) I in u 

..11 wli i> him the be I o h 

ind everything i ■ 
RON is nerlou ly thlnkli 

Hie proapoel oJ i — ml 

i g unlu which are to be 

built toi lha " ■■ ■ 

NOC The l 

■ 
have i wife Watch youi tap 

MIM1 V the di Ih 

er nlghi "/OHLEl h u d I 

nun bu Ine when hi ran In 

to ■ iim r Hi i ioI ''I 



i . . tia vi 

■ , l. ,-.,: wllll MrCOU 

MICK ilm TEN ■ n rlvi tl 
What' ihi 

■ remi ■ '" 

woman ii i!. ■ I 
though nil lh> Hli i ■'■ 
Hall wi do hi moi 



Pen Points 

„ nej tall 

■ Krammai Bad 

■ 'laying maid ■ 

■ 



YOUR NAME 



good cat" 1 1 

llrl ) ■■ ■■■• Wdj '"' 

guagi 

..man. 

ii. I. i Lhlng thai vhen 

, add I tandfn ■ 

■ 
ah adull i a man who ha 
topped growing ai both end 

Mi' 

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them - ■■'■' Ini a 

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a uirl thal'l 






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The dill... 

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po< - i limited 

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paal 

,r everything 

ii in d 



THE LEADER 

OK THI 

FIEAD 

... I | i OEORQI '■ 



THE SMITH HOUSE 

I I in ill \i; r 01 rill ID I i RIDOR MOI NTAI> 

DAM "M. i. \ '.I. mi;.. i . 

I oi 



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■ :■!,■ .1, the 
llubbu, hubbn nil i i 



n i too ii" « Ii i'i 

101 Bl ODOI i i ho 
mc the "Big ft 

,iiy It 

... 

ni i from lion 



J. H. Phillips 



i-mii.mm (i \ OKOKOI \ 



,, r father Twaa the best he had to gi ve 

.., and another v„„ m „ y 

.hen vou're leropted, be careful of his nan,. 
, wnrthv name „. , 

,,„ ,, and a worthj 
i rrom hi- fathei there wai no dishonor ,,,, 






him 



1 



up with thi '- 

In thi> nation it you doi 

. i ., I, him rhO Op 

i:.,i,.i -. itng to be furnl hi i 
football equipment 

from no* ."i .i- i-kmw i i; 

■■ ni baseman The 

noon aci ountlni 
ther dull ai time , nd BOA r 
WRIGHT li wen Itllng 
C aztn K at TBNA HAL! « 
his mind Fai awaj from 
counting, when PR01 

his thoughta wl 
que Lion 

;.. throw him In the 
■ OAK TREE" foi InollenUoi 



H.F.Parki&Sons 

1 

UAIH ONI I I 



Hightower and Poore 

SKRV1CE STATION 

\ HI '. \ (II ORIII \ 



r there; 



.lean and spotless when he passed It on 

,„.,„,. given 'hat he value, „,„ .,, „„ 
..lavthmg. m .he da 

... small, 

ind you . 

. ... . areful 



never hurl voul fathei I 



veal the while you live, 

..... i..,v to give. 
, father smile above ttial baby 



Dahlonega Insurance Agency 

,;|.;\KHAI, I, INK OF ivsi FIANCE 



Rudy's Restaurant 

SANDWICHES UMTJ REGULAR DINNERS 
m 7 to II, 1 Days a Weel 

I, Mils. sis, 1, QEORGI V 



CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS 

HOYT DAVIS, Owner 

■ From the 
COM ROE CAMPUS 

>.,. lo N G C 

. .1 ia,.,,ln 
lUltl.ONBO V OEORGl \ 











Dahlonega-Atlanta Bus, 


Inc. 








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Capt. Henry McCabe 
Takes Over Duties 

l apl Henry McCabe and 
wife arri\ed in Dahlnnega on 
Wednesday, July 24, and are 
presently residing in Couch 

Him-'-' Captain Hi I 

Assistant PMS and T 
w fill the vacancy left by the 
departure last month of Cap- 
tain Francis (.'. Wade 

c.ipr McCabe enlisted in the 
National Guard in 1935 and 
.served with the Guard until 

■. hich time he attend- 
ed Officer's Training school at 
Fort Benning and secured his 
i-otnmissiun. After leaving 1 • 
Benning he served 
Butner, N C foi ab 
before going overse ■ - [n Si 

■ 13, in- began hi- ov 

Ifrlca Italy, Germany, Poland, 

i /.,■, ii.-ii>v,iki;i jiui Russia 
i 1 1 t McCabe holds the 
Purple Heari u Ith 
Oak Leaf Cluster, Combat In- 
fantry hadge, ETO ribbon with 
3 battle stars, anil the Pre- 
Pearl Harbor, Amerii an Thea 

tre i Victory ribbons 

We welcome him to North 

Air Corps Hero New 
Presbyterian Pastor 

Robert W Hess, of Miami, 
formal firsl lieuten- 
ant in the Air Corps Is cup 
rcntly flllli ■■■ I 

1 Mliluiu'Ra I'll- iltvt<.Ti.in ' linn h 
■ 
while he is attend- 
mbla Seminars lri Di 
r atur Mr Hess conducts ser- 
. . here i' 1 . it? Sunday 
■ 
Pi opli 

i ol 31 ml 
rope bx-1 i ii. wa a B-I7 
and ten ed il months In 

E T ii '-Miii tl ■ 
co ib i- the holder of the 

with :i battle 

and the All Mi tl 
■ i - Tw ice hi ■ 

i ngland with two oi 




Rex Loses A 
Great President 



■ 

■ 

\ : 

bodj or bivj " ! liei organiiatlon 
on the i ampuj He sti ived 
hard to make the Rex whai li 
is todaj When ' B B " took 

nvt-r ih.' pri.'<idi'tii-> l.i~l iin.ii 

ler, the morale ol the Rex, as 

a whole, was pretty ion it 
dldn'l take long to put the Rex 
back on top on keep it there. 

1 think the pledges mi) „uss 

his Mving with iho I. ,n n h.'ii 

ihr\ .no imti.U.il itiln uu'iiih,-! 

ship I'm sun thai i vei j bodj 
is wc do 

aboi li ■ 

have .i new prestden » 



IV.1I 






Kequirements For 
Enlistment In 
(oast Guard 



■ rvlce these das - Ln 
order to taki 

Gl i:iii ol Rlghu which ' sup 
posed to expire In October, 
he leasl 
known branches ol the ai med 
fori ■■- "i the i nlted Si ilea Is 
the i S Cos ; Guard Vi i ire 

thert'loiv I'Vlblisliirii; ihc fol- 
lowing in hope thai It maj be 
ol help to .-..-in.- volunteer, 

i he I '"■>■■! i kiartl | nlsee 

to send all enlistees i le 

life ,s ing base i lo •■ to bom.' 

Ui-mnri'iiio ■ 

musi be an vmerlcan i 

'' lu-l\o. 11111-t 

have i ompteicd ten 1 10) ■■■ idi 



ol >,l I, 









position u now 

holdi Ei erj member In the 
Rex welcomi md 

1 ii' ii mppoi I to H Id i i atg, 

ou » President 

Harold hat been i imbi i 

ol the Rex Fraternity foui 



AllllltiollJll Hit .ill! Jl\ 

■cured by writing U. 8, 
Guard Sub 



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uu.i ri m EH 



Cadets Met Georgia 
Tech Team Here 

The N'unti ilf^i-.eui Cnlli'Lir 
baseball ti 
esi opponents ye\ on Kugu i 

12 here on ttn.- li »■ <n.imi>iui 

The Cadets bad 

have mei ■■ 
. 

,, n Wcdnes. 
day, iugusl -i 

■ 

home field 

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For New Freshmen 

Foi (he bem fll ol new fro h 
here i an '- plonu 

Ui.ii nl in Imn.il mill!. ii ■■ '■"" 

ii ir om ■ a i" ii" 1 . Tup 
fhrup Pup 
Harch "march' b In >'•< 

■.,. ,,.l II ,!■ !. 



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Faculty Spotlight 

fCon!inu<?d i (""'' '""'' 

plli >i on being n iki d - ui the 

ubjei i 

..,-. lop i.i II * "' 
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LOFLIN 


APPLIANCE COMPANY 




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lj .,n ,.,, linn uH Gi i inn 
i i,. ii you aboul Hi-' Umo In 



lurhi er kepi ll red I'alno 

Diffii uliic iii "i.i ■ i 'i a lalmi ■■ ■ 

Evil in.' i "ii' I. i .''ii OvUI 

(Jnltli'd hi r Im- i-mhiijiI" .mil j: I ivnl "I nllif I 

oui own '■ii" m 
ii.- v ho [lurpo cly i heal 111 frlond woul p al hi OikJ > i 

Fudge nr. i ii with .i ludgmvnl ol ilnc»rllj and Ihou 

"'in i win Igmenl '.i i hm ll 

I III ,■ HM WllhlK .'I I' ,,l III, III,' i ■ 





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Bugler Pounder 

Visits Campus 



niri \ c imiiy. 

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".' B»l<k,n ■ In |i Mi 'I i i 'tin i 'in volume ol tlic 

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Sponsors 
Picture Contest 



THE HUB 






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\ Bank ) 'an B 

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Member II >ri 
BANK OF DAHLONEGA 
DAHU» EG I, GEORGIA 



III- i- \ PERSONAL IXVIT.' 

YOU 

In \ ISIT IS AMI 

ENJOY 



BILLIARDS 
Sandwiches — Drinks 

i : 

Dahlonega Recreation 
Center 



Officers' Club 
Takes Outing 

, from »n, 



md Ro I.. - i.-i 



fi 

111 and Mi 
Davl 



SMITH'S 



AUNT BETTYS BREAD 
SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 






VOUR COLLEOE DRUG STORE 
-IM, 
M-NNAIAVSl INDIES 



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KORGIA 



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ITE CADKT BUGLER 




HENRY W. MOORE 
HARDWARE 



THE STUDENTS EXCHANGE 

On the Campus ol North Georgia Collcg, 

ICE CREAM SANDWICHES, DRINKS 

Jock Roberts, Mgr 



American Legion 1 



The Tipoff 

By Lyndon Harris 



he Cad 

College played two baseball 

■ ith Georgia MUItarj 

. ol Milledgevllle pecenl 

. n suited In 

vii tory for N G C bul 

id, played on Sstur- 

27, was lost, B-23. 

rirsi gi H03 ' Steed 

pit. lied three hli ball, striking 
oui in men Harold I 

■ .■ :■■■ 

led to ■■< ore Cai i Moran 

1 . .1 home run ni the sixth 

.11 ites aboard to ac 

toi the three N. G, C 

e< .Hid game. 

William Owena, I i 

Virgil Pi ice pitched 3 in 

■ eat h, allowing G M C 

■ and 23 runs while the 

gathered 9 runa on 11 

G M C ---"■ two i ■ 

o triples, and one dou- 



Camera Club News 

■ 

■ allege la making pre 

:ii.-.| hy tile 

coi poratlon ■ 

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<ii-Kaniia- 
iwiirdcd to 
■ 

;. room 

i.rjcmized many 

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GIRLS SPORTS 



Bj 






of 



so tball games has | i 

■ -xni-li-tt-.J m the Rei Club and 

■ 

North Georgia College 

Fur two weeks eai h ol th e 
(oui teams ol the Re. CI ih 

which ol the team ■ 

oui oi top rhe re 

follow - I i ■ 

ujH-iti'il with ih.- McrciiuMti 

he Phi Omlcrons 16 

V8 'ri-.ihM.ni-. the score being 
Trahlytans it Hlppolytan l 
The Hlppolytans got a little 
more aerloug after being de- 

bi ,ii the Men urean Ifl to II, 
The next game was Phi Oml- 

, run, \ l 1 

the Trahlyl ame out on 

core I" i" 
!. The Mcrcurearu wen also 
defeated bj the Ti ■■ 

S to "i he Hippo 
lytans v PI i 

o .in end The Hip 
polj tan 

■ 

i h ol the 
four team ■ The lint up ' ' 
ollow I ■ ■ 

■ 
i arol 

i 

■ 

I 

■ 

lodivkJuaJ - 

100 polnr 

i the Phi 



the Bugler we have had some 

.linn-mi: inspiring ni.1 i-n 
lightening chapel programs. 
A high lighl In "in i hape] 
i this quarter was 
tatlon ol freshman 
Greai talent was dis- 
played '■-!"■> i.n'K In musli and 
timong these talent 

.•il fre.-itmu.-n, «.' especially re- 

membei Beymoui I 

I'ennniL.'tMi, with iheli presetl- 

Bud Moore 

ei and Modre Gro 
gan the »oloi bj 
Porla .in.i Dimple Burch and 
the reading given by Isabel 

■ ': m si -it ii- have 

ered on rulj ith bj Mi D*vl 

a recnl addition i n Sot i.M 

lepartment. in keep- 
ing with hi-' — i h 
I--- 1 was the "i igln 
■ 

Of July 
The '.!■ ■ l 

■ ■ he form 

"i ■ formal pi ■■ 

■ in I;. ul ii. .t 

■ .1 a) all but Mr D 
and the i lul 

-.,!!■. We a ;••■■ 
i.iih enjoyed thi piano olo by 
Mi Booth (In v. in, t 
ed "ii pecking on a 

Itcly ■■lit ,,t Km. 'i, 

'III' Hit ■ i 









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On July lUth at 11 

■ 
■ 

■ 

commtDl imoog 

bt, "Wu 

SJ)'- amnriwg 

■ 

• • nan, »ho g»v* u* 
an enllghb 

■ill rn*t»W- 

■ 
future 






nlaon our 
President. J«n: 
jtundrd u. the 



THE SMART SHOP 



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GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 



Wtth tlu Blue M 



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i 

ON PHI 

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GREETINGS 



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TOASTED SANDWII Ifl • HOI OB .ATE 

POI 01 i ii- 

A ' LEAN '■ IMI II BHJU BD 

GRIFFIN'S 

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:1L CaJ.t ILjL- 

lean Heater, 

William Owen, 
Editor _ H. 1 MlUei 

Feature Editor Tb 

. EMllor *Me Palmei 

. , . Ed 101 Lyndon Harris 

Exchange Edito Fibanne Arrendale 

Feature Staff— Carl Moran, Joe- B 



■w< Staff— G, ■ ' IcElvey, Dfifee 

Standard, Jo Hunter B 

Boatright. Jam 

- D ists— Jean Wilson, u in. M, Richardson, 



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THE LITTLE THINGS 



->,. hall ■■■■ '"' 



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i" Ing 



rrlendS oi studying with d tudent who 

, . | ...I you 'I" 

mlli and pefO to : ' hl11 '"' 

■ 

.1,1. :.,. tied .1 the) may ecm to 

I,, ,, ,,.. . '" " '" I 1 ' 1 ' 

Maybi .i 66 'i'" ecitl low to 

m.i, i.ni to i repre wni uh n Iron 

Ing someom ■ '■■ ■'■ leo 

■ I " ' 

Oinly represents ■• profil hi the Irlond hip 

■ the gtr ki tlooi I 

Whe hers criticize -ii. you Join In with 

the ■ rowd, oi 'i" you 

tii,. individual hlnwell ' \ li i n pall ol 

■ , ■! ii.it. Ii lur 

: i on i ■ •■■ [when i ■■"■. i el i 

1 ■ ■ ■ i- y i" ■'■ i l 1 

,.,■ oi the llltli thing 

■■ '■ 

■ ing oboul college mal i you Ilk 
■ 
dan. i i ramming foi ■ 

■ ]"'' l.'ll I "!'. 



"Blest Be The 
Ties That Bind" 

Few people have i 
gla college ivho did no! Ilk* 11 ' ■"" '"'' on ? 
,,i these few ' belong to thai i la ol people 
„ho wish thai theh flays al I G i 
continue forever and [l hurt* to have these 
ipted m the close o( this quartei 
l will have fonifl. '!•-'! lour i,u,-..i iw, ,-f w-nh ..' 
\ g C, and ' i an 
never penl a happier yeal In ■ 

h |, been tun i a'llng ■■■ Ith all you eni 

i.,, ni'. i" i ■■■■'■> king on the Cyi lopi 

I . ... 

. ,,i 1 1, in, hi and ■ hap- ' program going to mj 
'favorite theatre,' and oci a lonally ttudylng, 

Even drill and i'i hai i o me a pj * my 

■ ■ 
people who keep them rolling ■■■■ II 

mi- I'd 

■,,.,., i ,, , ti service 1 hopi 

to ro North & orgl i i tollege and find 

. hangi 'i i ''"i"' to '■" many 

,,rv, I, Illll! i' |.i-i I. III'. .1 H-V, KVIll. nut I 

■i 

pa -■ . Col K. till playing fli I foi thi 

faculty, i.i Col Mel ahe till fli Ing on thi i Ifle 

range i.i Col. mmi-. hi mi I'm' hi 

1 ■ n. ng MJ Ill i"- i W 

[hi I app ■ and i •■ Plltman till ' an 

the ni.,1 le i ■■ toi Mi Booth till play 

Weather" with om 



The B A Y N E T - 



With the 
Wedding beHf n the offing foi JERR? ^EUbOE ^d 



e apply to HUGH and HILDA, and 



Coai ii Sheet* 
v G C football 



M ' 



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i jnii ., , 

'■'■ C I "!.<■ N 

» pvcrytl ■ 

you ii i" i nothing 

ICJ i in |n ii I ■ 

"" ■■■ i now lodge and 



, ■ Doe thi sai 

ii nil" so don't feel too badly. 

, PALMER • ' I ' "K.ttgMher 

I ii weeks whim they don't speak? 

i v. -eallv being .rue to the bow 

. . ., , ANNE and Fl- 

:;,■■ i„.,,,„u. fr..m some of 
led ki] 
irrid, such as JANE 



i.\N HEALAN stUl get 11 Barn < .rom home 

,.,,,, ,l.i. in I,:,, lur in.. ■!. , » nd elsewhere' 

i . PERSONS seem 
lit,.ly Ditto MIL 
, ,„„! 1-RANK BARRETT and WILLIS RENFROE 
VKIN. 

NAM', ii. i. 

. CI I 'i l: '' ' ■'"' '''"" b ' 

through with flying i o 

BILLV NICHOLS ;eems ." have given ., picture to at least 

■ ..I eacl in '" the "Barn.' If b: son 

Ighl an) .i.i ...i il-nil.i'1 .,,•' ,. I ' MrlK'l.s and he will 

ih, tragi, nutation 



WANT ADS 



P01 ND Mi Ideal Gl '■'■- ' OWER-t 

WANTED The drafi board to leave me alone — JOHN- 
8T0N 

LOST "8. B In vicinity ol Sasser Ga "B" CO. and 
MILLIE 

in al liatl -CHUCK. 

STRAYED - One Li Finder please return. -MIRIAM. 

i oi ND a ••"■- girl (Jusl mj Ize too!!) -SHORTY 

LOST a day in the Infirmary. —BEN and KILJOJ 

WANTED A 3 >vei .n1 NOW STUDENTS, 

STRAYED OR STOLEN Jane Pennington —FLOYD. 

nisi One hound of a i.Mlfellow.— SCARBOROUGH. 

PERSONAL l think ive're loalng lots of time on week- 
, liiml Iti K'KY. 



STROLLING THE BARRACKS 

iin' Bulletin B i Comedians aw on the loose again in the 

Bni i n i " ■ ■..!■ the cutting out nf 

.i in. ,i ir.iiTi i niiihirtiir and writing " ■•■ Win.'" mi 

'■■ mi if '."ii can i ' ■ 

i ■, .i:nl i-an tell yon 

■ |\ i"i"i '.ini.'d .■■■- item with the headline 



CAMPUS CAPERS 



,ii. in., i ■ 
■ ■ i i ■. 



tluie, he ii'n.iih ho 
i girl break i n date he lly ha ■ 



■ ■.. hi ade you bite 

■ 

The nlghi ■ 
■ 
she wanted to thank him, bul knew i 

■ f;irin. I . iiml -hi' h :i ■ ;i 




gument i 

)" j i Uie 

Joe I'. a .1 good 



i. -.it hi i 

'-hum ' I'riMlnh 
pi II i ' 



■ : mothw 
■■ Vnd »vhai do s 
■ Peel It!" rcplii ■ 



Prof. Oakes — Butterwi irth, whj 
working? 

|',l.lU..TW'.|!|i— 1 'li'lll'l -i'i 1 ■., 



The Sigma Theta Fraternity 

Cordiallji invr. 

will It .!■! ,,■,! , m ,i 

late NOT 
The Last Dance of The Quarter 



Until 



■ 

. la 

■ 

I 

■ drill "I 1 
eryone here 

■ 



1 






^ Cadet Buglet 

The Voice Of North Georgia College +* 



MCEVER, WOODY View of North Georgia College Campus NGC ENROLLMENT IS AT PEAK; 



HEALAN, 



HEAD CYCLOPS; 

I, FREEMAN 
HEAD BUGLER 

Heading the 194647 CYCLOPS 

is Virgle McEver, veteran, soph- 
omore. His right-hand man, the 
business manager, is Joe Sam 
Wooddy, who has not yet an- 
nounced his staff. McEver has 
as hi; associate editors, Helen 
Pierce, H. J. Miller, and Jean 
Heatan. From last year's staff, 
four of the assistants were se- 
lected: Judy Palmer, art editor; 
Mildred Bailey, feature editor; 
Beverly Bowers, society editor; 
Bill Barron, military editor an;d 
a newcomer, Joe Rowland, sports 

dy in the publications field a 
Jean Healan, editor of THE 
i U>KT BUGLER, and newly ap- 
pointed Boh Freeman as busi- 
ness manager. 




Religious Emphasis 
Week Observation 

Ht.-li*i<>Li- Emphasis 






.Mil i 



kfor 
.HI I'- 
ll Uclubei :.'* through No- 
vember 3. wilh the Reverend 
.; ultrie, Georgia, 
peaker. 

.! hold meet- 
■ lenl body on, 

: . ,md Tluirs- 

iii Hi.' auditorium. 

■ hapel on 

mi Thursday mum- 



Ml 



■ 



PRESIDENT AFTER CLOSE CONTEST 

The light voting for the only The names uf tin - 

r.i ill. ■■.!.■(! -liul.Til i.fl'ic>\ Llkii nl nthi-ei- follow Ii M. I/HVI-IV, 

president I 

il,.-.-. i !■-- :- u 1 1 1 +: ■ 1 1 hi .i ■ ■ Edmonds, 

Vitglc M_Ev.t .)vn 1 1< l Mary Ruth Nix, 

runners, H J Milli i ai 



, Kingei 

r the *;:■: \ 



\[. V.\- 



polled 28 



'I'll..' i iff II ll uf til-' -UlllliT I II ..- 

<:\ •: Jnhn Williamson 

|,i-.'-n|.'iil. Al'Kill Hi'CHU-i vie- 

■ 

. i Matthew . treas 



ed 20 and Ki i 

light vnk 

the facl thai no otl 

I 

on the S-u-l 

■ I UL-n. pies 
■ 

| 

through 
Mi i lonald wi 



Crown Mountain 
Clem 



IOh!n 



Dramatic Club 
STREET SCENES Elects Of ficers 



ji. ii ■ ng in- 24-inch 

Into an 18-inch blouse, 

muttering alx>ut the agonies of 

flops" pictures taken 

uBted-looking blouse 

iin.'il seams, feeling 

much worse about ,! 

eu tenant. 

^Jets an<l co-eds rousing with 

rotation a» being awakaned by 

r quid 
* glorious sunrise; and realizing, 
nig fur breakfast, thai 
h wasn't such a nin- 
. 
Student assuming pseudo-in- 
.■.I, ile taking 
■)i read, "fifteen min- 
■ .. ■■ 

■ hours of initiation 

"* made me do ANYTHING" 

■ 
*t in the heat of game to doff 

.1 ■ -land Re- 



were appointed by I 

pacity of ■■■ 



Can . 

■ 
wurk ii. 

■ 
■ 

cold in regards to 
. bui you will 

■ 
■ 



i :" ■ . 



Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, anywTni 
James M Burdette; Oad 

ji.r. Fred M- 

■ 
Tippins, i'" 1 "" E Pui ell, Ben 

■ 

Bit, John T Bell, .'"'I '"hn T. 
Williamson. 

Cadel First 
die i Rfl 

, L Kelly. Arthur E 
Barron, m-i ' 
■ 

Patrick. Charles R Moore. Ben 






. thai i 



, i . | a larg number of 
■ ■ ■ 
i hul I have bin trying 



- 



TWELVE NEW FACULTY MEMBERS 

The fall quarter at North Georgia College officially began on 
September 30 with the enrollment of around TOO students. The 
freshman class reported mi Monday, September 2'^, i!MC. On Mon- 
day night a meeting of all- freshmen was called, at which a cordial 
welcome was extended to them, and in which the members of the 
faculty were presented, 

i Tuesday, the freshmen began 



NEW MILITARY 
STAFF NAMED 
FOR THIS YEAR 

Several new men have been 
added to the Military Depart- 
ment at N G C during the past 
few weeks Among these, we 
have l.t. Col John B Morris, Fi 
u in. i- now P.M s &T . and In 
charge of the Military Depart- 
ni,. hi I,?. Col M o] ii- entered 
L« .- In 1840 after hav- 
.1 hi the National Guard 

rc-i He was shipped to 

u, ka in January, 1941, and re- 
mained there until March, 1044, 

at which time he tvti d to the 

States and wa plai i 

I new men al Camp 
for combai work 
Lt. Col. M 
. :;. ■ 

-■■ i ■- i.i.i befon 

i, ooai in d tbal 

i, ,,hh i ii thai he would 

■ game. \ Ided in 

■ ■ 

:n. .Lin' ■ would let him. 

Imprei i loi 

, arable In 
.,! aim..- t 

Uie work. Wa 



ranged eonleieiiee,-, with the 
memU'i .-. ol their groups. Phys- 
ical examinations for the girls 
and for some groups of the boy*; 
were held Thursday, and on 
Thursday night the v m. c. a 
ami the J W. C, a. Soda] \. I 
Ivlty was given with Di Fori I 

er and Miss Donovan in charge. 

The physical examlnai a roi 

the boyj the I uing ol uniform . 

and the legislation ol I he tresli 

men were completed on Friday. 
At eight o'clock Friday night all 
itudenti reported to the gym 

with the i'l.;. i. .il l-.Jii. anon I >. 

partmeni m charge .■! rei i.'. 

ippercla ■■ 
ered i n - tturday, and 



■ hi 'lull' 

.mi. cr pi ■ 
tan on, '■■ 

■ 

■ 

made up of mi 

. hcli '■■'■'I hen 

■ 
■ ■ 
i Sturke S sgt v. ill 

ind Sgt O. D Pittman com- 
■ ■ 



n .1 Cirr 
man Hugh II. Mt-I 
John R Saxon, *alt- 

. ■■' 

Battle, Jr.. William . 
JohnC Maddox. *Vdl.:.m W <.- 
£. Thomas C Gailey and C.ar 
ence H. Chandler. 



Calendar of Social Events This Fall 

attrnUy (Informal Dance) 
October 20 Club Hike 

Free Weekend 
P. T. A. 

Club Hike 

■:: ■ 

flub (Formal Dance} 
•m 
Hellenic (Informal Dance) 
Rrz Fraternity 
■ i Veteran* nub (Formal Donee) 

nr club 



i 
The now members are 

1 
i' al educal who participated 

i . i ..ii ba ketball, 

Li 

■ en h ■ He orved as phy ileal 

■ 
■■'■■'i. .nki wo ■ '■ id al ii. in 

ii hi tor. 
William m Grow 

■ 

B Ed Degree from 
S hern 

... ■ ■. . i,.,,, 

Hi i night in 

. 
■ 

' 

i... i .. graduate 
■ 
■■■ gri . ; from 

■ 

■ 
■ ■■ i lolli ■■■ 

Purman L7nlv< i Itj ind al Land 
u Carolina 
. tan! pro 
i ■ onomlc ■ ami Soclol- 

who hold di ■■... ■ 

fr Penn yh ml i I I ite Teai h 

■ 
rom Duki 

■ 

I . ! ■ 

During font ?ear I in the Navy 
■ iff officer in w.-i-h- 

nnnandlng 

■ the i'l- II 

■ ■ i ... 

■ 
■ 



THE BIBLIOPHILE GLEE CLUB IS 
EXPECTED TO 
3E OUTSTANDING 



G C 



■ 

. books this month so 

■ 

■ 

available. 

each month 
ed from as 
of writing 
■ ■ 
you will be interested in. 

in the field ol lb ■-'■ 
THE HUCKSTERS bl 

Wahermaii at. the lop oJ ' 

This book has .....ntmiuM in nn..,'> 
in popularity in spite "1 [or be 
cause of) the trides] 



i of 1 



it ; 



and the mi 

them, realistic 1 1> told tbr.-uKh 
the actviv 
typical buck i 

Other new books ol fiction 
^1,1,-h w.- think will !>-■ ol inu-i- 
. ,:, Ml.-. IDE "i 
0CENO1 b Caldwell 
BRITTANIA MEWS l.s ■->■■" ! • 
PHE DAR1 
ANIMAL FARM, by < 



■ Sim l.i ■ 

;. 'LANIBH, 

line to hit 



:,, tors fl I lai ;e 

Hi,, proportion In the ei tlon 
and the In pi 
■ 

■ Booth and 

This Chrl 
expei i . to pui on li u ual pre 

■ l irol i i' i lion 

Cam '!■■- ii"" an to bi 
,,i the reallj beautiful fa i 

.. ii i \'\ 

■.i ,i la Idi n I Id I 

I ielu]ah Choru ■" 

. ,!, 

1 1 '< 



Mill 

Mice Callaway, i 



H. H o y Hi it I. loi 



. Mir 



\bi 



Bo\ 



Inetead 
maindei i 



■ 

a elves i "ii 

tent only to dj a tow ol Uw 

best with a in ■ " following 

.in i.:-l i vpl.in.it I 

Jts chararcter. 

GliXJPKHK'i «'H A' ' l ■' : '" 
ENGLAND bj Mart hettt Chuti 
is a very good blographj ol 

Chaucer and .m Inters U 

cussion of hi ■■■■' ■ U B I 
STi>lU<;KKK['F.H li> II 1-: la.nld 

i . ,, book filled with I i 
pli ture ■ veri \ l\ Idly lh« 

m a mull Not i '■ 'i- 

only a generation ago. 
Pot Uw m ■■ 

■ the librarj a i k bj 

Louis Bromfleld entitled \ FEVi 
BRASS TACKS In which Ihi 
tragir i-.lilR-al. .■!■ ■ ■""! ■■ 

■ time n ■ 
frankly dlscu ised Undci the 

iRvidiii* -,i itn,v.i..u 

have KINi; .IKSIS l>\ K.il.i-i 

Graves 

. 

ROB! "■■ D da and IN H 

i, .hi. .n 



Mildred 

Mi . |orie*Dnvl /.ii I ... 
.. bll Eidci . i ■" ralni 

h Mil \dani I ill III ■ 

elan T Opal K ite 

Carol w.iii.. . !■■ ■' 

. and LaVorni Bi 

\it.r. Catherine Smith fane 
Blnford, Julia Palmer, and ad 
die ' • > 

Pli .1 TOnOI Edtt III I'altri -.nil 



Y. M. C. A. Begins 
Fall Quarter With 
Kingery President 

The y. w. c ' ■ 

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aa 'i Mm 

■ 
■ 

■i .■ - ■• ■ ■ 

■ 

■ 

end i i 

era HO [)ll il 

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■I'll,. u hJoi ' "i the W ''.ii"' i 
■ 

I-,.,. ,-. and 1 1. e 

n<;ili ol ' 

■ 

l)i "1*1 me* 

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nd trei i Rita indfl ■■■■ 

n i ■ Elolse 

Smith Bi th 
Olrod and ' m 



. Ilillldrd 



le enoi '■■ ■ ■' 

Hugh ■■.■:-ii." 



land John D Bmltri 

in i Ba 

md Bob Bhoi l 

■ 

. 1 1. ... Wattle ii tree Gene 

, i, ,, [| i ■ i; . \], i ■ ,,,[ i ,., .. i ...i i: ■■ . ■ . 

I'hnl.. Tm„, ln-l.md. Kilirinl.-' N- ■ '>', \wlirry 

Charle HacHlIlan, md I ■ Ml1 "" 



The Smith House 

DAHLONEG \. GEORGI \ 

SCENIC INTERESTS FOR THE TOURIST 

Cane Cneli Palli 3 »; W Ij '« Oi ■ 

\ 'ololn folia, M Miles, Noola Gap, IT miles 

A ROOD HOTEL FOR GOOD PEOPLE 
W B FRY 



Wesley Foundation 
News 

■i ■ ■ ■ ■ 

, c C The flral 

. . 

■ ii The 
itafl in. haii d Bi ttj loyi e Cai 
roll,edltoi 

. .Hi,,. iim| MeCall 
publlclti 
,pl 









UK -if IHXIIM'TIUN 



Woody's Barber Shop 



LOFL1N APPLIANCE COMPANY 

i; c \ VICTOR BE* ORDS 
DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



Im Ited 

F i- ■!■ 

Gcioi reTroih 

. ,, bj the Wo 

On Oetobei i, repreoenta 

-k:i:i i .it Athens Georgia, for 



H. F. Parks & Son 



r'lrsl, I',,, 

It. dl l-V 



the Wesley F ■■'""■ Confel 

ence North Georgia i pntl LbU' 

■, i rt ,.( these I'opresonl a 

tives. The conference itarted 
on Friday night, Oi i" 1 " I 
and ended at noon on SundOJ 
Ootoher 27. 



Hightower and Poore 

SERVICE STATION 
Speedy, Fri« ■ - Depi 

DAHLONEG \. Q] ORQ] \ 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

| .;,,,,[ 1 du i ';.'i Bank On 

i ourtesj Service Bfficli iiej 

Member FI.I.' 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

UAI1LOKEOA, GEORGIA 



TIMS IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO 

YOU 

TO visl'l is AND 

ENJOY 

Wholesome Pun, 

i Fellowihip 

md 

BILLIARDS 

.M.S.. 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreation 
Center 



Mnj We Remind SToi 

Complct. 
YOUR COLLEGE DRUG STORE 
0UN1 MAQAZINBS 

N'UNNAl.I.l SI INDIES 
s.'ll... i] vi pp| , i . — 

LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. 

DAHLONl 3A.G1 



Sigma Theta Adds 
23 New Pledges 

On Monday night, October 6, 
the Sigma Theta Fraternity was 
completely reorganized under 
^e capable leadership of Presi- 
dent Argin Boggus. The offi- 
(er s elected were Argin Boggus. 
president: Charles Price, Vice- 
piestdent; Frank Boyd. Secre- 
...:■ Mathews, Treasur- 
gr Joe Rowland, Sgt.-at-arms; 
Robert Purcell. Chaplain; Argin 
Bog^s. Thomas Mathews, and 
pen Yarbrough. Pan-Hellenic 

P issor l D. Antho- 

Adviser; Professor 
\{- ii Booth. Honorary member, 
Kingery, Sponsor. 
Sen- member~ admitted into 
,he fraternity this quarter were 
Sam Akins, Leonard Bartlett, 
Joe Black, Joe E. 
r, r ,.\\ n, Robert Freeman, John 
Haiirioek. Lamar Jackson, Sid- 
ntv Hendry, C L. Craig, and 
Garland Pinholster. Old mem- 
these n and the 
officers include Tom Bell, Mil- 
ler Dial. John Maddox, Vance 
Mashlmrn. Joe Meadow, Jimmy 
Mitchell, Billy Moore, White- 
frii'd Moore, Donald Roberts, 
Henry Whelchel, Tommy Saf- 
Clark Gilbert, and Marvin 
O'Dillon, The pledge roster con- 
; of James Archer. Lawrence 
nett, Walter Butler, Clay 
Camp, Harold Collins. Charlie 
Davis, James Dean, Billy Du- 
Rant. Frank Eidson, Malcolm 
William Hancock. Robert 
Jennings, Jimmy Luke. Charles 
Oxford, Ben Patterson. William 
1, Ben Scales. George 
orge Sosebee. Mac 
Btout, John Stanton, George 
Thomas, and Earl Troup. 

iaj life of the fraterni- 
got off to a very successful 
t Sunday afternoon, October 
On this nire sunny after- 
m, the members held their 
quarterly initiation of pledges. 



\r>F.T BUGLER 




capahle of telling you how allur- 
ing Crown Mountain was 1" 
them The fraternity has num- 
things planned for this 



Rex Fraternity 
Social Functions 
Have Been Begun 

The Rex fraternity began its 
social functions "of the fall quar- 
ter with an informal dance 
which proved to be a great suc- 
cess There is also a social to 
be held on October S, 

We elected our new sponsor. 
Miss Betty Jones, and feel sure 

thai she h ill be a g i one l lui 

'■Harvest Queen" has also been 
elected. She is Miss Elsie Hard- 
en of Dawsonville. 

New officers have been elect- 
ed and are as follows: Harold 
Craig, president: Warren Mi.r.in. 
i ice i" ■ iidentj David Tippins, 
secretary and treasure] 

plain; and Lamantine 
McLeod, sergeant-at-arms. 

The Bex pledges of the Sum- 
mer quarter were initiated Sun- 
day, October 13. Old pledges 
were John R. Saxon. Ira New, 
Emory Parrish, Teb Bush, ijuiiv 
cey Vickers, Walter Sheffield, 
Claud BoatrighL and Fred Turn- 
er New pledges will In; initial- 



F.W. A. GRANTS 
VET BUILDINGS 
10 THE COLLEGE 

ederal Works Agency 
1 the transfer of enough 
ent owned surplus 
; from Camp Forrest at 
Tullahoma, Tenn., to North 
-liege at Dahlonega to 
Stable the school to accommo- 
date an additional 300 Btudent 
nrollees, mostly veterans. 
The Agency said the surplus 



soon as ap- 
proval of the transfer is obtain- 

1 from the division office of 
[Jw Bureau of Community Facil- 
Wes, uf the FWA, in Atlanta. 

Buildings chosen for removal 
10 North Georgia College will be 
Erected on the campus to pro- 
^ a laboratory' building In- 
king a chemistry laboratory, 
* storeroom and a classroom for 
** students, a biology labora- 
***• a physics laboratory, a 
Soreroom and an adjoining 
a * toro °ni, and a general class- 
2* building with eight class- 
office for each 



^ms , 



The college has a present en- 
^Imetu of 700, including 250 
FWA said. With 



Dramatic Club 
Officers Elected 

The Dramatic Club is in the 

upheaval of organization. The 

i.. i iio. t.-, for 1946-47, as elected at 

neetlng are Bill Pippin, 

president; Marjorie Davis, vice- 

ludy Palmer, secre- 

rlie Davis, treasurer. 

It was decided that the club 
v, ill lk.ve hi monthly meetings, 
on alternate Wednesday after- 
noons. Plans are in the making 
for a full-length play during win- 
ter quarter; but Tin- first i fall* 
session will see more self-im- 
provement of the members than 
presentation to the public. At 
leaat, thai is the aim, as plans 
are made for group study work, 
especially through dialogue read- 
ing, short skits, and discussion 
of things theatrical— such as 
profiles of famous Brooadway 
personnel, merits of contempor- 
ary drama, stagecraft. 

There Is also in the offing a 
possibility of a contest for orig- 
inal plays; thus some potential 
Eugene O'Neill may receive a 
monetary reimbursement for his 
creative endeavors In truth. It 
would seem that the Thespians 

sink their teeth into." 



FRESHMAN DAY 

A bump — a crash — a bang 
i— was l dreaming? What 
those weird noises floating 
around 1 I finally got up 
enough nerve to turn over and 
open my eyes — hut never 
again! The sight that met my 
■ ■ almost unbearable, 

Standing next to my bed was 
one of the most horrihle sights 
that has ever heen my misfor- 

■i 15 pigtails, twen- 

■ i.i-hing blouses 

and skirts, high heel 

and last — and definitely not 

10 MAKE-UP!!! Yep, 

Freshman Day had arrived and 

,ilv the beginnfr 

: down to the lobby 

where ail the freshmen 

lined up for inspection. After 

■ .-.ill;, , 

ed off right for the sophorn 

The freshmen were marche 
hieakfa-t. and the boys — poor 
things — got their first glimpse 
of what was to greet them all 
day. The girls begged for pen 
ni>-- nn. posed, sang and quo 

ted ] * i J unceasingly. 

At lunch I know everyone 
had all the water he could pos- 
-.ii.l> iirink. The freshmen — 
well, if they can ever drink an- 
other drink with carbonated 

water in li — they're not 



The highlight of the day was 
the march to town After form 
ing a line in front of Sanford 
Hall we darted on our merry 
way — singing "Glory to North 

ind counting steps 
the top of our voices. That 
— the freshmen were singing 
and counting, and the sopho- 

After marching around 
the square in town, everyone 
headed for the "Barn 1 
after singing the Rec. Club song 
and our Alma Mater, everyone 









J. S. Speer 

fti'p.-rulahle Insurant 
• Dahlonega. (<a. 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
Make 

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THE TIPOFF 






The mtr.uniir.il fo 

■ ipanj B' dufeau-d i -:v 

A pin mi the field .1 h 'in. n. ■ 

. ivy, hard 
le\en Neither team ■■ ■ 
rted until the last of the ttilrd quai : 
■ 

■ . kick .an, the hard charging line ..i I: '■> ■ 
and blocked the punl whh h rolled Inl ■ ■ 

i n The try 
■ 
■ a ■ took the klck-ofl and manage ■ 
own 30-yard line when 

■ Inll, lld.HMl ■ \ I. ■ 

. ime ended h Ith "B" ■ : i In their 

■ ■ itorj The final score ■ ■ 'ompanj 'B' 
1 8 

On Fndai .ill. -in 1 Oetuhvi 1- ( ' | .. m ' J ' 

. ore ,.( IB to '. i'" h 
attack, whlli 
hard tune stopping. The game wai played wen term The 

■ nded with t icore ti.-r - 

icon in the third qu irtei . and then agi the fourth quarter 

D the gi ■ ■ ' i ■ 

'mi i. whit ii '.'■ Ill rtoi be forgotten foi : 

We still 

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NGC Enrollment 
Is Now At Peak 

1 ""' P0ff6 

Polyte hnli 

.li ii |.,i .if <ilii. . i r degree li""iii 

the I nlvei llj ol Cincinnati, 
with additional itudj 

Ii i, omei from 

work at Alabama Polytechnic In 

experience 

m Birmingham high icl I, ip 

,,.,1 „ 1,1,111 S!.,h- 'JV.iell.-l ('..liege 

and Clemaon College 

Bessie Lee Pre* man, tlepari 
meat ol home economli i, who 
is a gradual.. 1 ol thi E« I ' i OtTOJ 

, li.r- <',,|leg. -ill. I Til- 
.... . ,- ,.| (iklah.i 

ma. with .in U ■■ dogrei fl 

Oklahoma A&M college. She 
previously lauglii in Hie ('Malm 
ma high ach I, Nebn k i ,; i 

Fred w. Calvert, i laoclate pro 

feasor of aw Lai - lom i . i m i 

ol England, w i m elved hi i a 






B. S. V. Plans For 
•all Quarter 

. ,M i 

j.,, i ,at to I 

D P Nlchol 
Hon (Bro ML i l Georgia Itate 

me ii|> in 

■ I ilon i"! the qu n <■ > 

I ll.-u.nil rii,i|,iii.ni. 

tudi i»i ecrel n ■. foi I 

'. oi i! v -I ' leorglo • ipan 

led him. Wo discussed lenta 
Llvi ly ovornl plan 

"u ■ i.i'. i.n.iiii. 

I.. ■ At. ( lhapman w hi bring 

a i: |i from Hie i nlvoi ill) .ii 

Q ci.i i" i hi .' program 

The State Q 9 ' Conven. 
n. ,11 will i"- held In When i on 
November 8 10 One ol t he 
ii.Mi.ei « ill lie i n i oule Mew ■ 

■ HI ! PI '"I IN .i i 

lin ii \< , iiiniiiiiilall.iir. t n r 

1...H1 inn .ni.i i-ii 1 ii... ,• boon 

provided on the com All 

Boptl ■' itudonl ii ho are In- 

urged i tend 



Rec Club News 



: ■ liter — each 

gh 1 pulling h ird fo 

. . ini, 

meeting of 

■ 
poke TnU 

,.f telling 

Club 1 . 

■ 

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the tei 

are ei enlj dh Ided no 

pecdball 

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, ,1 ,,. well- iiamp. 
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Inconve to can 



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Teachers I'.. liege ''"' 

.In :i-p|| Mil, Ii, il ., 1 I ml |,i,i ■"" l 
■ I Pi 

m \iai..im. 1 Polytci 11 '"' 



mi,. i the ii'.iv 



■ ; -..-i iiut if heap ol 
fun .urn ■ • 

■ 

■ ■ " lli|i|iulyt.ui 

le.im li.nl , :. 

\n :i«i,i... ■ ii.. nrfven in Mr M 
E U.i.iK 

Rec * nil' 

,11.- I. ;ni Willie, |.n- Idem \,ui 

■ ■I. nt. Jean 

md Sara 

'>..| III. III. ir. "I .lie leail WI1- 

, Virginia Klngerj d.,.-. 

■ 

tain are a 1 follow 1 

N ia Pa . ■ , 

I ...'. , ■ . ■, ( ,1,1.111, Men in l.ni, 
H.i.uiiie Am.-imI.iI,-. r.,|,i..,in, Suv.i 

1 ipl mi PI ilcron, 

\nii-- I. lin ■ 

Wholchvl 1 

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SPEAKING OF SPORTS 

BY ANNE PALMER 

ml part in the student 
school. And the gin s 
■ this quarter 

......:■ ' ' ■ ' " '■ ' 

sports activities. The 

■ 1 -peedball 
■ game ami all look 
1 ™»U also Ukc 

. ■■ ,in ided evenly among 
e,i, h "i the i" ■ 
■ 

it 

.... the female portion ol the fae- 

11 ...-.'iv,. ihat the faculty should 
i,.„, the sophomores because they have had more practice from 
.■ i\s walk off with the 
'lappen. sophomores. 

period physical eduea- 
the freshmen do not know what the word 

..■m for the Bophomorei 

.,, .,..,, iiee.ni ■-- they have pushed the freshmen to 
the from line 

■ 



ii. l .i-i- -u 1 1 ■■ Week. Octo- 

1,1 1 The 
,,. ,i , , .■ ,n he Dr Gresham of 

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Dr. Rogers has given his con- 
sent to show movies on Sunday 
afternoons. This will be a great 
uplift to the students. 



Y. M. C A. Nearins 
Goal Of 100 Per Cent 



with the rank ol h |oi 

fessoi .a lei ii 1,11' 

native ol G-ermanj n h 

-I .1 i'ii B degree fro ti 1 ■ I 

■. M \ '!■ 

1 nlvei II 

■ 

Yale University, n liti .i.ldli Imi.,: 

work ai the Unlven Ity ol MexJ 
co He fonnei lj laughl a\ Oon 

.. ," ■ ' in -.i".! Wellington 

Two former North Georgia 

facultv members .in returning 

and Army. They are w iin.nn 
E. Clark, asscw late profe tor ol 
and J T Davis, associ- 
ate professor of social dence, 
who have been performing grad- 
uate study and Instructional du- 
ties at Vanderbllt. 

Filling in the position left va- 
cant hv the leaving of Miss Ma- 
hala Redd, Mrs Addie Henson. 
of Winder. Georgia, is now the 
assistant dietician. 



>■' 1 the enthu la ire ihown 

■ can .'.- the '1 ' I ofl to lu 

tli hope tor 

■,,,.,( lei 

Thl' II Udltlg , HIMIIllllee 

np'l .111,1 I til- I. .11,111 lug |ir,,|ile 

won nominated and I ■ 

..i 1,11 thi 1 

1e.11 president Honrj Ulles; 

1 l.e |.|e Idem, I'nn I 

■■' retnry, r a 1 

in-., in-, ' 1 ■■ hi Moron chaplain, 

■ 

regular full 

The te ' 

■ iHII III l.il. 

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SCHOLASTIC WORK HONOR BARS 
PRESENTED TO 61 STUDENTS 



THE CADET BVGLER. 



pre< 



uar 3 lor outstanding scholastic work 

NGC students. This is the last 
:«1 on the quarter basis. Since North 
: College, the system has been changed 
nh. Honor Bars will be presented at 
those who have a "B" average for the 
Under this system freshmen will re- 
irs, blue; and 



sophomores, white 1 



Dean's list for the following 



jgnlors, gold ones. 

The following have been 
quarters and have already received the gold honor bar 
BOYS 
Robert E. Puroell, Ball Ground, Ga — G 

GIRLS 
Frances Harben. Dawsonville. Ga. 
Mary Henderson, Brooks, Ca.— 7 
Mary Ruth Nix, Cleveland, Ga.— 6 quarters 
The following students are entitled to the Gold Honor Bar 
iiuarters.) 

BOYS 
Argin A. Boggus, Fitzgerald, Ga. 
Joe W. Rowland, WrightsvilLe, Ga. 

GIRLS 
Miriam Jean White, Suches, Ga. 
The following students are entitled 
>nor Bar: (4 quarters) 

BOYS 
Robert D. Freeman. Nicholson, Ga. 
H J Miller, Calhoun, Ga. 
William D. Standard, Cordele, Ga. 

GIRLS 
Mary Beth Bruce, Martin, Ga. 
Jean Healan, Winder. Ga. 
Betty J. Mitchell. East Point, Ga, 
The followdng students are entitled 1 



Blue-White-Blue 



the Blue Honor Bar: 



BOYS 
Mickey Green Middleton, Colquitt, Ga. 

GIRLS 
Betty Sue Roberts, Haddock, Ga. 
Katherine Cowan, Elberton, Ga. 
Betty Holland. Bowersville, Ga. 
The following students are entitled to t 
2 quarters) 

BOYS 
Frank Boyd, Dahlonega, Ga. 
Robert A. Clay, DeSoto. Ga. 
Quilllan W, Coker. Gainesville, Ga, 
William O. Key, Tallapoosa, Ga, 
Fred J. Melton. Dahlonega. Ga. 
James A. Rudolph, Gainesville, Ga. 
Robert L. Spencer. Perry, Ga. 
Earl Robert Stewart. Ft. Benning, Ga 
.lohn A. Yackuboskey. Dahlonega. Ga. 
Ben Yarbrough, Madison, Ga. 

GIRLS 
Elizabeth J, Hunter. Marietta. Ga. 
Mildred S. Roads. W. Palm Beach, Flu. 
Elizabeth J. Seymour, Atlanta, Ga. 
Louise E. Westbrook. Gainesville, Ga. 
The following students are entitled t<> 
I quarter) 

BOYS 
Hugh Andrews, Macon, Ga, 
Paul Clifford Barnes 
William W. Bird, Dahlonega, Ga. 
Claude S. Boatwright, Swainsboro, Ga 
Wesley H. Brower. Dahlonega. Ga. 
Ronald M Dobbs, Calhoun, Ga. 
James F. Gardner, Rossvllle, Ga. 
i lokson, Tignall, Ga. 
i ■■■.:, Waynesboro, Ga. 

Matt W Kuhn, Dahlonega, Ga. 
Leon Fred Lee. Villa R 

iald, Ashburn, Ga. 
. ■ ui, Fll.iwlle, Ga. 
'■ ■:■ M< Elli.iini.m Winder. Ga. 
. 

r.ni i-ii. Adfl, t;.i 
Price, Vidette, Ga. 
: Saxon, Albany, Ga. 
1 
Thomas R. Thaxton, Dahlonega. Ga 
: 

any, Ga. 
GIRLS 
Eferson, Ga. 
■ atur, Ga. 

Anne Edge Call ■ ■■■ G 

Pausett, Dublin, Ga 

ler Cartersville, Ga. 
I . Cleveland. Ga. 
Man- R i. . -n. Ga. 

Audrey Lane, Roswell. Ga 

ry, Lawrenceville. Ga 
*>ankie J. Wilson. Douglasvitle. Ga. 



■ White Honor Bar 



Thru The Keyhole 

We dedicate this column 
Andy Andrews. We are son- 
see him leave school. He 
such a good subject for a choice 
morsel of gossip. 

Flash! From the latest dis- 
patches we have learned that 
Hugh McElvey and "Company" 
were photographed in the 
■Amen Corner" of Holly, Inc. 
Oh boy, how the BUGLER would 
to get its hands on that 
photograph We bet you are 
looking for that photo too. Mac. 

Wonder why Williamson want- 
ed to lead the singing at B, T. U. 
Sunday night? Could it be be- 
i Nancy Hinson was play- 









Have you noticed lately U 
wherever you see Tom Bell j 
ivariably see Mildred Bailey 

ie football games at Athe 
Could he be that interested 
football?Friendship! Fred! 
Daily campus scene: In the 
orning, Chuck and Joe defin- 
itely broken up forever I 
afternoon, all smiles— definitely 
in love forever. 

Notice' All girls: Corbett 

Bledsoe is now a married 

Keep away Kitten has caught 

the mouse 

Watch out, Gardner. One day 

m will scrape something be- 

des the motorcycle fenders 

when you turn the corners on 

track. At supper formation 

the girls are usually very 



ty- 

It seems that Turner, Kelly, 
and Pluto tried to start a date 
bureau. They especially tri 
help out two certain girls, but 
they were bard to please. Any- 
'ant a date for a dance' See 
Turner, Kelly, or Pluto. 

3oys, where is the best place 
to keep your beverages? Why, 
naturally, the place is in 
Woudy's refrigerator. 



Officers' Club To New Officers 
Sponsor One of Two fu„i.„j r- 
Formal Dances £ le0t ? , £ Or , 

speech Club 

In spile of many conflicts Uiis 



Crown Mountain 
Clem 

Continued firom Front Page 
you studunts to reely bring 
Noth Georgee Collige to the 
Frunt and start its repuashun 
as one of the best, little four 
yer colliges in theSouth, 

I have bin h.ingin around fur 
quite a while now and because 
lis H falls my lot to plug 
bettar condlshuns for the 
studunts and to remind the 

■ ■ I : uls of undesin-hle 

condl shuns \- a luver of Noth 
Georgee CCol 

me swell with 
to h ild thl 



i kadets— WE 
I luck to vim 
■ ■ areei 

Yuri truly. 

I ., . 



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The Camera Club 

T "'" Camera Club has gotten 

* *° a good start this quarter 

I down by the 



re-activated last Spring quarter 

The officers elected for the 

, ar are as follows — 

Joe Thrasher. president; 

lack of equipment =ince It was 



■ 

■ 

i Th-' other member of 
dub are Charii 
bet Kendrlck, H i Hiller, Re- 
settle and Georgi 
The Camera Club is furnish- 
ing a large number of snapshots 
and "Bug- 
ler" It will also have a large 
variety of photograph* of var- 
have hap- 
pened this quarter for sale 



reasonable prict 



In 



This year ihe Officers' Club 
of N. G. C. expects to have one 
"i Its best and most prosperous 
years since its beginning, It 
has a large membership and an 
excellent one, too. 

Among the members of the 
Officers' Club this year there Is 
a new class of officers. There 
are the honorary captains who 
held regular commissions in the 
armed services during the war. 
They are Cadet Captains Virgle 
W. McEver, Jr., Marion E. 
Wood, Jr., George F Green, Jr., 
Richard M. Lowery. Jim R. Mc- 
Elhannon, and Roy T, Thacks- 

The Officers' Club Is going to 
sponsor one of the two formal 
dances this quarter It will 
have a band, refreshments, and 
all the trimmings. The dance 



quarter the Speech Club is being 
formed into an active, well-knit 
organization, under the able 
guidance of Professor Lawrence, 
our faculty adviser. 

The club has decided to meet 
every second and fourth Friday 
night al 7 o'clock in the Co-Ed 
Cottage. It is hoped that other 
meetings will not be 

The first meeting was com- 
posed of a group of interested 
and able workers From that 
group the following officers 
were chosen; President, Henry 
Miles: vice-president .iml pro- 
gram chairman, Lou Raines; sec- 
retary, Albert Eagan; treasurer. 
Virginia Klngery. 



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OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

On The Square 

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FELLOW STUDENT 

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DL CaJct KgL 

EDITORIS-CHIEF JEAN HEALAN 

BUSINESS MAKAGER BOB FREEMAN 

LITERARY EDITOR H J MILLER 

GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR ANNE PALMER 

BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR CARL MORAN 

YETERAXS EDITOR . HUGH McELFEY 

FEATURE EDITOR HENRY MILES 

FEATURE STAFFF Judy PfllmW, Ffltfi 

Hcaian. Keith England, Helen Fierce, Aud- 
rey Lane. Aileen Baskin. All, m !■■•>! h i. J« 

SEWS EDITOR .. Jem WMtt 
NEWS staff- II .1 Fawn*, Georg< Ch I 

ler, wiut- ford H Jot Jo 

sris, Clark Gilbert Claudt Boatwright, i- 

telle Coffi Mildred Bailey. 

typists Marttyni\ Edmonds, Alia Calloway, 

Dorothy Bart" r, Mat }0 
FACl LTY ADVISERS W <>■ 

H.'H. Gilbert. 



Tin; i'ahkt i;i i;i,i;i: 



The BAYONET... 



While the KITTE1 
BLEDSOE??? 

HELEN seems to lx 
BEVERLY surely it 

BARGERON seem* to be quite a ladle* 1 man these days. 
Rumor lias Itthat he even keeps a date book. 

H didn't take NANCY long to decide which company she likes 
. did it, JOHNNY??? 

Better watch out, CHARLIE, It's a serious offense to break 
dab ■ on this campus. 

LOVESICK: ANN and JOE; CAROLYN and RANDY; SUE 
ml WHITEPOBD; MICKEY and ELSIE. 

I it truetfiai ALLENEand I"1I\ COWART aren't speaking 
■ 

.. [he "A-Men" Corner isn'l 
present. 

the girls wishing for rain every' after 
. practice football?? 
kil.iovs blnocuUu are certainly becoming .the fad of the 
"-■i dark. 



Luck or Pluck? 

You want to win jusl it I do When v 
into a game, only one of us can be 111 ' Thl I 

not the way things work mil In learning, tl gh 

Each can expect to win |u I B much as he la 
capable of winning through the though! he 

thinks and the work he doel D I [el 

self ever think that you need to have ion 
give you the breaks. All you need'll .1 lot ol 
pluck and the willingness in lick to '...111 wOTx 

until it 1- done as you know it hould bo dona, 
you 1 an win, all rlghl bul reallo : ^- 

you win depend- mi \..n .mil mil .,n anyone ellft 



PEN POINTS 

you may lose monej and gel 11 ag 1 
n .1 again 

1 pre< help 

1 k for any work thai you ore 1 






lulril lO 'I ■ 

He is In demand who irli to do a little ■< 

Time thai hat la worth do< 

■ r lOI t. 

We need ., lot ol plui 1. to gol ahead rnthi 1 

!h in ,, |ol ■ 

When you play, plnj 1 vi \ ■ 



WANT ADS... 

WANTED— A sure-fire way to keep the old and constant flame 
• n„' redhead,— Lorry, 

1 OR RE 1 -inly used pair of 

Kllpatrlck. 
'■■ ■ m D Mora ■-■■' ivcel aJ more girl-break dances. 

■\n Boy*, 
LOOT Om William (tnyoni wishing to take his place see 

ANTED way to make moola.— Gardner 

■ 
i'ii Berl 1 .■■■■! a ■ ■ .■■■ 1 ',.. it, curtls. 

tth lace on them. 






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return n. 1 ■. 

MlUci 
■ Ono ■-■■ Vat» ran Hi u Ing Unit.— Hugh 

ED in t 



CAMPUS CAPERS 

If a girl speaks 

If she doesn't. : 

If she talks, she's a flirt; 

If she doesn't, she's a highbrow. 

If she talks about others, she's catty. 

If she talks about herself, she's conceited. 

If she's popular, she's talked about. 

If she isn't, she's a dud. 

There just ain*t no Justice. 

Mamma— "Georgia, dear, come kiss your ne 

Georgia— "No, I don't dare to, I'm afraid" 
Mamma — "Why, dearie?" 
Georgia— "Dad kissed her yesterday, and si 
lapped his face." 



[ right, I'll pick the fourth 



ol new hand 



A boy and his mother stood looking at a 

ist's showcase. 

■ 11" 1 Mil I,, have false teeth. Mother, I'd take 
aid the small toy, pointing, 

"Hush, James," interposed the mother quick- 
ly, shaking his arm "Haven't I told you its bad 
manners to pick your teeth in public?" 

Coach Cobb— "Say there, you big boob, where 

■ irn to play football?" 
Cohen— "Why, er— from reading your book. 



Passing motoriat— "Hello, little girl! 



Strolling The Barracks . . . 






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"'' robablc but Impo stble, 

DWn on the barracl -1 what- 






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has ii well 11 



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Hunter— "i do 



th g) "The chair 
Ii Wh(te, sit down." 
" on .tniK up thing! I was 

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to find out who 
called I 

' did ,. to hut hi 

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''. 1 in- abode of the' 

■ and Dukes 






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THE CANTEEN 

day ] 
fmm Chicken Bristle 

for his health. It eel 
when he w 

■■ 

baths— instead he s] 
sulphuric acid. 

He's never been een on 
rainy day. but it has been Eta 
that when the atmosphere 
damp he rolls op in three air 
crawls under 1 
bunk. On one of those rare da 
when Ole Sol ib 
lion of his chin 
is often called, 
with a little veterans' phlloi 



..it 1 



over in 

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Ol .ill tho I 

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'1 hall return." ■■.1,1 he, 
ind '"' returned wli , B nx 

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jJ om * EcClub Plans 
Por Harvest Festival 

tome Ec. I i„i> I,,.,,, ,. 



Smith; 



meeting ol thi 

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V* Cadet Bugle\ ♦ 

The Voice Of North Georgia College ^ 



PIERCE TIES FOR FIRST PLACE 
IN SOUTHEASTERN DEBATE TOUR 



New Buildings 
Are Going Up 
Around Campus 

Many of us students, boys and 
girls alike, are lending our sup- 
port (moral that is) to the erec- 
Qumerous buildings on 

;ms to know exactly 
are building, why, etc., 

complete the projects, 
ve been many opinions 
expressed and many rumors 
floating around; for instance, it 
eported that the build- 
ing being erected at the corner 
e tennis courts at the gym 
house Army tanks, even 
though the building is being 
de of wood and is not strong 
jugh to support several tons 
steel Most of us know that 
i building between the admin- 
ration building and Sanford 
II is a science building, but 
still lack some information, 
for the building on the hill 
ilh of Sanford Hall and the 
building being erected where 
1 Cottage stood, most of 
ompletely in the dark, 
boys and girls, we now 
formation straight from 
the lips of the superintendent 
in charge of construction on the 
Various projects. 
Here we are: 

Building between "B" and San- 
ford Hall: 

. V, Reeves, the superin- 
tendent of construction, tells us 
thai the building is to be our 
• building. This build- 



ing i 



of 

me for 
hers for photo 
lops, etc. The 
170 ft. long by 



building will b« 

to we 'uns. Mr. Reeves 
r informed us that the 
Elding should be completed in 
toe neighborhood of ten months, 
spending, of course, on the 
■Wher. Approximately twen- 
< men furnish the brains 

iQ| i brawn 

The building on the hill south 
ef Sanford Hall: 

If- Sid Frazee is the superin- 
^dent of this project, and he 
Jft that this building was orig- 
an army recreation build- 
t Tullahoma. Tennessee. It 
?** l hen a single stroy building 
; now being converted into 
* ^'o-story building to be used 
J* 4 laboratory building. The 
** floor contains two lafcora- 
**s. one dark room, one of- 
ilorage apace, and toilet fa- 
rhe second floor con- 
fContinued on page 2) 




THE FORENSIC SENATE 
OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 



?he impress ive-soumbng title 
the newly^adopted nami 
the Debate Club, and, under 
new organization, it really 

The meetings are to be < 
parable ~(?) to a Congress of the 
Southern States; membership 
will be limited to twenty-six sV 
dents (though additional st 
dents may be carried on the pr 
uationary roll), ti 



btewart, i laude Uoatwntjht. -,,.■-■,, ml r,,u l'.nv ! |.-.,!. in : Alice Call,,, 
way .\I;,*iKni Ivlru. ■ (>,! (\,r. ,|vm MauMm. ' I-);itih ,■- Itrown third 
row, J. M. Johnson, Geo. Chandler, ti I Miller. Charles Stewart 
Alan Patureau, John Hyde. 



Claude Boatwright and Jo Hunter 
Stewart Head Cadet Bugler Staff 



Claude S, lioatwrighi lias beei 
named editor uf the ' 
gler and Jo Hunter Stewart as 
sociate editor. These 
picked from several 
for the job. A very i i] 
efficient staff has also been chos- 
en by the editors. H J. Miller 
will continue in the capacity of 
Literary Editor, which role he 
has very capably filled for the 
last few issues. H. J. 
ious for his bugle blowing as 
well as his talented 
Pierce wUl act as Feature Edit 
or. Helen brought fame to N. 
G. C. (as well as to herself) for 
her prize winning debates, 






Mack Lowery is the head of 
the Sports' Section. Mack's rep- 
uation as an athlete is already 
established at N. G. C, and he 
should be a very capable 



LETTERS TO THE 
EDITOR 

The Cadet Bugler has sooed a 

ew feature so that any student 
ur faculty member will be better 
able to express his thoughts to 
the school. 

In the cnteen >■■■■. 
box with '■Letters To The KJ- 
tlenot.lt. If you have 
anv Ideas that might be of bene- 

At to ■=» °"'- "' sua^ 5 " " '" 

make that everyone should hear 
about wriW Ms d<,wn °°, 
;^e of paper and drop it In 



< ifiij,'" ( handler will assist 
Mack Lowery in compiling the 
boys' sports news. Added Im- 
portance is given t. 1 
popular request John Brook Is 
the new Veterans' Editor. Marl' 

■ i 
Manager, She will exchange the 
Bugler with <>ther college papers 
—some from as fai away as Bur- 
bank, California. 

Judy Palmer will give us 
glimpses of her amazing talent 
(or genius) In the capacity of 
Art Editor for the Bugler. Judy 
was the Art Editor for the Girls' 
High yearook her n i 
she was also Art Editor for the 
1947 Cyclops. We have all seen 
evidence of her ability on the 
various posters in the canteen 
covering almost every subject 

The reporters will lie Alan 
Patureau. Faye Healan, John E. 
Hyde, Carolyn Mauldln, J. M 
Johnson. Charles Stewart, Alice 
Calloway, and H. H 
. 

ffnued on page 2) 



ill be Impossible 
every letter we receive, 
because our space 1* Ur. 



will 



best to select 






thai 



of the thoughts of the 
school- This Is your column 
whether you are a faculty mem- 
• Use It 
The opinions expressed in this 
column do not necessarily have 
anv relation to the views of the 
■Cadet Bugler" but are only the 
opinions of the authors of each 
letter. 



them states. The 
have been members of the Sen- 
ate fur the longer period of time 
are considered 'senior senators.' 
all other regular members are 
(■idled 'junior senators.' Each 
■junior senator' must be spon- 
sored by his 'senior brother." 

Under this plan, the senators 
representing each 
fend their state at all times and 
must keep themselves 
about the Btate which tthey i 
reBent I It should be inter 
Ing when the 'Senator from 
■ .i the 'Senator from 
... discuss affairs ol 

state.) 

The Debate Club (as we form- 
erly knew It] has received 

a great amount uf publicity dm 
ing the quarter Team induce 



Spring Quarter 
Begins March 25 

ahead at N. G. C. during the 
spring Quarter, wnl< 
March 25. Tin I term hn.i1 i (cam- 
inations will be held between 
March 17 and 20. 

After a short vacation the ca- 
dets ; 



will i 



Georgia College that Ih 

busy with preparations for the 

governmental Inspection to be 

held during the spring. The 

■ d buildings now be- 

in« ' "!!■ tructed should be ready 

rid military 

sses by June 1. 

Vs for changes 






iinii articles concerning the De- 
bate Club have appeared in the 
Atlanta Journal, and the Atlan- 
ta" Constitution. In addition, 
the team has been advertised 
well in advance wherever it has 
traveled. 

Already members of the team 
have taken three traps ui 11)17. 
January 16-1'J, five member., ami 
Professor W. E. Chirk, their ad 
visor-coach -chaperon, went, on .i 
i roes-country tour for debates 

with the University of Alabama, 

University of Tuli . tSi Li ip 

College, and a Tau Kappa Alpha 
Debate Tournament at Universi- 
ty of Mississippi. 

Most of the students know, by 
now, that the N. G. C. ntgattva 

team placed third in the tourru 
merit, ami thai deli 
i i.ii [oi in- 1 place .is best in- 
dtt [dual speaker In I h 

Several members of the team, 

[..ui Wi i, .lean White, Ira 

New, Jr , Monk; Taylor, Uugene 

Wood, Jr., and H. J Miller, Jr.. 

mel teams from Georgia 

■IV. Ii .in.l Ami.- :■ i ■■'.(. ' ■olli.-.i-.r 
.hi Hi. -n respective i-.impuses, on 
January 31. 

e same group, with the ex- 

caption oi Corbett niedsoe and 

addition of Eugene Wood, 
had a successful trip Feb- 
i ilh v V'i. debating with Ilnivt-i- 
sltj of Georgia, i mverslty of 
i CflFOUna, and Wake For- 
Their record for that trip 
Stands; negative, no losses; af- 
firmative, one loss. 

On the schedule for future 

trip are lbs following; i-'ebruary 

{Continual on page 2) 



STREET SCENES 

.Villi A|ii>I»kI>'» In Hie Atlanta 

Xoonad) 

m iiiv dug grave In 

in.ni .,1 Griffin's signifying how 

been lata 

|y 



faculty or 

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ii .■.■■■ 
irystem for 
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ternplated, and several new mem- 
be added to the roster 
of professors Th >■ r ■ ■ 

a liable at present on 
the unit system will be 
affected. 

l new courss in Geometry will 
rhc curriculum for 
the Spring Quarter II will tx ' the last lime 

rumodate the cadet* he wa* In Atlanta was right be- 
belng trained here by the Navy, 'fore the big Wilson war. 

Interested In the I Wide-eyed fans trying to fol- 
"t flight may take low frenzy of play In freshman 
the course. I basketball game. 



. ..-.I ti-lling her 

d'bird ■ ■■■■' ethi tu I 
nts are Just a bunch 
•ops." , 

Cadet adVlAlng nearby veteran 

who has hail a nerve-racking 

i need Is a 

tiff bottle of soda pop." 

AgMafed profc— or mumbling 

. hunself as drcle he is draw- 
g runs off blackboard into th<- 



Jhc Cadet dJualer 

Editor— Claude s. Boatwright 

B m w u, Jo Him i 



N. G.C 40 

YEARS AGO 



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The Forensic Senate 
Of North Georgia 
College 



tC<"it"i» 



vu ,■. \v ii Booth, i 



LETTERS TO THE AN ENDLESS NEED 
EDITOR 



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lention thai the Cadei Bugl«i i ■ 

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Tin i. noi i mero boyqoti 

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bm .i .h ivi to prove to the poo. 
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C. ■ ludenl are nol pai ! i 

munitj bui o definite 
attribute to tha ralr city. 

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Around Campus 



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The building at the old ■ it'' ol 
the Coed Coitaj 
Tin : building Is to 
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tie jnd is being built by 
the same plans as the new m 
tary building Thirty-two D 
are working with Mr Frasee 






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Imutu date ol i omplotlon la 
March 10 I 

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in addition to debates 'on the 
. are several debates 
U, take place on the 
\_ g C. campus, including clash- 
....nh ilt-i.rgb T'-'L'h, and Ceor- 
, during the 

February. 
These 'high spots ol 
give only a glimpse of the real 
ii ' that the 
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DA LAW 

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Boatwright And 
Stewart Head Bugler 

(Continued from page i > 

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paper work. 

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PRANK and EVELYN 
and MAX, WHITEFORD and 
SI E 
BEVERLY COLWELL stem.- 
. ... the envy tit all the girls 
in the Bain. Which is It, girls, 
—the lovely man or the lovely 
wedding dress! 

1 . >\YE\IY is going to 

d-earned reputation 

■ i.inan hater" ii he 

b out Nice going. 

little Mac. 

ii ,. anybody noticed how nice 
i|i;i;S is lately 9 Ymi 

will have to hand it to helen 

RITA ANDREWS' cheerlead- 
big Is hitting a new high these 

■...I-., i, 1 1 \i;i ii '' 
is out there playing. 
WILSON ;■ 

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hi pre wil 

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We Invite You 
To Patronize Our 

Advertisers 



The 
Cadet Bugler 



Fraternity and Club 
-NEWS- 



CAMERA CLUB 
ACTIVITIES 

■■ winter quarter be- 
has been little activi- 

iv in the camera club as the 
weather has been too inetement 
(or picture taking. The club 
has taken advantage of all the 
gi ,„i weather that has come our 
way, though. 

The club has done some color 
lilm work, and it proved very 
successful. Because of this sue- 
i expected Unit much 
interest in color work will pre- 
vail this spring when the trees 
begin to get green and more col- 
orful clothes will be worn, es- 
pe i.illy by the co-eds. 

There has been a camera, club 
aUivities bulletin board placed 
on the right side as you enter B 
building- This board will exhibit 
pictures of various campus ac- 
tivities and other pictures that 
are of interest to the student 

There's a contest on in the club i 

■ ■■ -alon pictures taken ' 

during the quarter.More will be 

with a camera, taking odd shots, 
■ i, iimed, as it (the Pic- 
ture 1 will probably he for the 

II i- expected that there will 
lumbers who will 
v.lanta Constitution 
I'lii'lucraphic Convention, which 
will be held in Atlanta on March 
31 and April 1 There will be 
numerous exhibits, demonstra- 
tions of now equipment, and ac- 
'nil photnernphir work done at 



Low , How a Rose E'er Bloom 



t Chariot- 



ing. 

Swing Low, 8w< 

Ve That Hope i 

Pan is Angelicus 

Unto Us a Son. 

The Blind Ploughman-Solo by 
Alva Mashburn 

The Holy City— Solo by Bet- 
ty He-rren. 

Selections by the Quartet. 

Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates. 

The Green Cathedral. 

The Lord"s Prayer. 

Home Concert Feb. 28 

The Gypsy Trail. 

The Green Cathedral. 

Solo. 

Blue Danube. 

My Johann. 

Solo 

Deai Land of Home. 

The Light of Dawning. 

Solo. 

Sek-aions by the Men's Chor- 



THE CADET BUGLE R 

SIGMA THETA 

Upon the resignation of Argin 
lioggus as president of Sigma 
Theta, a special election 
held for the purpose of election 
of an entirely new group of of- 
ficers for this year. These 
officers are: 

Tom Bell _ President 

Charles Price __ Vice President 

Frank Boyd Secretary 

Tom Mathews Treasurer 

John Charles Maddox Chapl; 

Sam Akin Sgt. at Ar 

There was an initiation in 
for both members and pledg 
the new members are James . 
cher. Clay Camp, Charlie Da\ 
Malcolm Gibbs, Charlie H; 
cock, Robu-rt Jennings, Ben Pat- 
Ben Scales, Man in Slade, 



initiated 
new pledges are G. R. Cody, 
Frank Sheffield. P. L. Hood, C. 
L, Burt, Bruce Haddock, and 
Marion Allen 

A banquet was given in honor 
of these initiates at the Smith 
House, Two short talks were 
delivered by Professors Antlionv 
-nd Booth. 

The fraternity plans to end a 




irtha \iii! Carolyn Pa 



»» "»— • »0 George C,,„ i, ^^St^ Z\ VuZS, 'i','.",'.",: ,,' 

Thomas, The cadets InlUated aa V ' B °b Short, Margie Davis. fierce, .uroata 



quarter with 

Pan-Hellenic (Sigma Theta am 

Formal, followed by , 



Quartet. 



Activities of 
The Glee Club 

The Glee Club is off to a fine 
Itarl this quarter with a total 
Dl thirty-four membei 

. on Tuesdaj and 

Thursday nights of ■ 

rrom 7:30 o'clock to 8:30 o'clock 

Hi Dlsmukes is the dire 

-Mr Booth is the a> - 

thi | irlstmas hoi 
uiarter. the Glee Club 

oiw ert composed of 

Himtmas carols an. I 

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i Solo. 

Selections by t 

•Solo. 

The Holy CltJ 

The Lord's Prayer 

The following are members of 
the Glee Club: Martha Mills, Jo 
H Stewart, Kathryn Paris, Ali- 
gene M-oi-cromliie. Alice Gallo- 
way, Marjorie Davis, Sybil El- 
der. Lon-aine Frye, Jean Adams. 
Sara Mernvtt, Helen Tatum, Opal 

Betty Jo Herren, Bettj I ij 

sart, Kathryn Gordon, Barbara 
Stine. Betty Joyce Carroll, Jean 
Healan. Charlotte Mabry, Caro- 

./. ii M.iiii.iin, Charles Fitts, Roy 
Mi'Canl. Vanue Mashburn, Hugh 
Andrews, Joel Jackson, Ben 
■ ■! McFall, Uilh Mills, 
Wadle Roundtree. James Eth- 

■ 
Mashburn. ami I 



REX 
FRATERNITY 

Che Rex Pi iternlty, having re- 
ined the full membership of 
the organinlion with the excen- 
:' it- iim'iiiIm'I ■ 



REC CLUB 



el".'! lint,' 

wiiir,.'. r.-esident; Mary Ruth 
Nix, Vice President; Elizabeth 



DRAMATIC CLUB TO 
PRESENT COMEDY MARCH 7th 



way to get a prospective husband 



inn pointedJj . treat him i Dldly 
md ■....! ii joon havi hi 
lUt of your hand. In other 
vords, the waj to win a husband 
■ him ti ping!" Thus 
haracters in 

si.uiicv Gray.-im's new play. 
itled "Keep Em Trying," which 

•■ billed as "an avalanche of 
rn comedj . 

■ ll 7 by Hie 
■■:,.■! ib i:,,.,n;i , r,.|i,-..- , 

CI 'nder the able direc i 

J, c SIrmons the cast la 

Seymour." S. ■'■'"'' '" '"I— llfl fOI 

1 

Mr A I) Martin 

the faculty 



1 '■■ " ■ ill "i the im kei ball 

10111 ""'"■": haw not yet been 

determined The Hvpolyiu; 

ins are tied (t 

be played off at a later 

: Htsl place, and the 

and Phi Oral ron 

tve finished up In third and 

ui rh placet So far Sara Mer- 

Jmer and Cath- 
■ In number 

.,i polnl i on .i Th 






[ yet been ; 



- G. C. 
town (oiks who v. .shed 
On Sunday, l-vbruurv u; the 
Glei i ib 

Wfl of sacred musi. 

... 

Earlier In the afternoon 
Uw male tjuartet, comvosed ol 
. ■ . t . Hugh Andrews, 
fen Torrey and Max Thonuson 
S^e a full half hour of wiled Plans wei 
Biuli over radio station WBHP, !' un " 
;ht -- CartersvUle station. 

Thf ladies of the i hurt 
vwied a Kraciou- meal f< 



Uiarter off with zest and 
\ -upper at the Smith 
House January 20th, a barbecue 
:,, i„ held on one of the coming 
Sunday afternoons, and a form- 
i pan-Hell) are only 
part "f the varied social func- 
tions planned for the members 
and pledges of this organization 
At one of the recent meetings, 

fraternity house 
: will be a great help 



hlb, | 



i the dhun i 






of Sunday 
having some 
something 



SCIENCE CLUB 

■ ' lub has again re- 
pus Early this quarter the fol- 
lowing Miner-, were elected to 
head the Science Club for this 
Robert Hen- 

■'■'. iderit, Mary Hender- 

u ■■ Tn i Hirer, Sarah 
Parliamentarian, 

George Green, Program Chair- 

Wllllam Jennings; and £*ut>- 

■ th ElnxJ. 
interesting program was 
week by Jennlng 



Ing . 



old Davis; Kelly Vinceni who is 
JJj about » become ... bridegroom 
nd Victoi Kelb who has luni 
ignore . '• " "' r 

brides , i, (1 ,i \i 

Mi i ■ ■ J i > (Bi th) Vti ■ 

tor's rattlebrained young bride 

Martha Mills; Mi . Ella Trap 

hagen, Beth's dnnnnt-i-i m.i; moth 

■■' Carolyn iMi-ie, .\i,, mv Win . 

''"•'■ "ho ha , high opli , ,,f 

himself Charlie Davi rohn 
Turner, h detective Bob Short; 
Elnora i Irav ford, who h i a 
score to settle - rear Wil :on 

Amanda Shale, » ho ie tto la 

Keep »em trying! ' tddfe Os- 
born; and Sluggei Mogee who 

kes q i ital kc Ben S ai 

brough 

Th.- play 

takes place i 

llnille. Im , ( t,,l in ii !■:.( .I.'i n 



I jultable background tor rh,. 

■ 
Mi i Dtta Bainter, who has ; 
■■■ 'M oi her own Helen Pierce; ti Lightened i 

1 '■"■ il Baintei hei ■ harming tat! fad h n I .■ .r 



lllain 



The 



comedy iltuatlon i a 

■ ■'[ tho [ii.i 

thej tlnue until tha vraj 

ii. n thing 



irybody ■ 



■■■■"IM- ii rnghter- Barbara Stlne; ■■- ei ■ bodj 

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J. H. PhiUips 

GROCERIES 

, In the 8quare 

DAHLONBOA, 0B0R0L4 



HENRY W.MOORE 
HARDWARE 



"•■«.» «»»»." aii„,». "r™."r 

. ,1,jI DO more cor- 
^1 reception could have l*-e" 
"tended. Only on£ 

tun-- 

t .n,r.,iUt PrvK"" 1 
Wow Ule Day ,^ Over 
Rock of Ages. 

■ v the Light ol D«y 
■:. Soul— Soh) by Bet- 
'- "Viaix 

°jj« Our Fathers 
"t^r Land of Home. 



elect Henry demonstrated tile tech 
Into th>. history of 
the past and get a complete list it, of Dan- 

,,i qui Old members, and keep : 

lumbers ported on the Merge to many thing 
various todal functions and ac ent and allowed u I 

iivitic. k kind of "news sheet" formed ..n him Bobby was 

will he primed about once a 
■"■ 
hers The aim of the ■ 

Ev -h." way have you noticed mote interest in Science and to 
these large beautiful, bejeweled keep those interested in Science 
ikull and crosshones fraternity field. In touch with current hap- 
pins- Yep. that's us 



Aunt Betty's Bread 

Hid Bj 

Small & Estes Bakery 

li.UNr.SVII.I.K. OEOBOUt 



RECORD 
REVIEW- 




Dahlonega Insurance Agency 

OENBRAL i.im: OF [N8UBANOE 
B B Pile, Manage] 



Sharon Jewelry Co. 

<;ivr. a c:ii'T m u LASTS 

ONE WITH v ILUE »N SUCATE 3ENTIMK 

Owned u>d atcd bj ■ 

FELLOW STUDENT 
"That Special Touch Thai Moans So Much" 



B. S. U. News 

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BIBLIOPHILE 



' Friday, February 28, 1947 

of any kind. 

; third book which should 

. ,|. ran al-wavs find a |be of Interest lo nearly everyone 

., ,,. lio n to read and lis GENERAL GEORGE S. PAT- 

wMenioj It bul too many of us I TON, JR., by James Wellard, and 

I ippropriatelj' sufctiti 

,,„,,„„ LXDERMARS. Wellard's book 

is a lively picture of the most 

widely and vigorously discussed 

n general of the last war. 



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Iim'lng Mi ■ 

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Held w ihi othei Firsi drug 

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, clothing 

unty judge, 
,.,,.,,,,,■ ■,!,■.. pn nleilt, and fi- 
nally preside, ,i ,,t the United 

the proto 
type ol the Unei U an man 

■||n .■, ond "I 'hese books 

iuld like to call to 

■ Hon , i '.ni Sandburg 1 1 

l.ii. i colli . ii I 

POEMS OK INK MIDWEST 

greatest of 

,11 Ani.-i ii .itn in |>n.-i|iiminat.- 

in his poetry This la an excel 

those who like 



BSU Elects New 
Council Members 

Sunday, Januai j 10 the Liap 

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.Nil .1 ..!'..■ 

I i ouncll 

■ ■ apoclu until nexi 

i i lie re he oloi 



.'. ho fin 

al play to iheir liking. I would 
■ ■ ammend THE ice* 
MAN COMETH. After an ab- 
sence from the literary world to] 

ears, Eugene O'Neill 
returns again to assume his 

ition as the leading 
playwright of our time. If you 
have never read O'Neill before, 
you should start now; If you 
have read his plays before, you 
certainly won't want to miss 
this one 

Also in the library you will 
find many more interesting 
books, both fiction and non-fic- 
tion, which merit your atten- 
tion Notice especially the 
books on display and gel the 
habit of ■Reading for enjoy- 



Only Americans (and N. G. C. 
Cadets and Coeds) have master- 
s' art of being p 
though broke." 



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lohnaon 

ne Tutwilw 
i) Woody, 



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ountrj mad 



GREETINGS 



mat tern lie campus and here 

tinmilly lo. 



Iiciv to discuss the 

; thai '...ii have eon- 



lii \ lin \W\\ H ill -, inn riKirni.ATK 

i 01 rAJaN DELICACIES, i IOF1 EE 

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, February 28, 1947 




SPORTS 



Boxing Begins 
Spring Quarter 

Spring quarter everyone will 

:: chance to settle all 
gaily. Boxing begins 
.-. ill be an intramural 

:.,\ed at the end of 

■ -■■ ' ■ 
[he intramural boxing: 

boys are eligibe to parti- 
lural 

■ ■ ' 
tal requirements. 
physical examination records 

i nid men not physic- 
al^- fit arc excluded, All men 
,;..'.-i ■ .'-■'!■ '.■'.' -i- : ■'■ ■■ ■ 
physical defects winch boxing 
might be harmful to, i.e , false 






, bad i 



><l<i injuries about the 
■ v are also asked if 
ever been knocked un- 

Men barred for physical reas- 
hing to participate 
n boxing lournaments may not 
>nter later, even though they 
change their minds. 

divided into weight 
not more than 10 
pounds' difference, and will be 
weighed in not more than five 
■■■ the tournament be- 
gins No advance announce- 
be made concerning 
i to prevent men from 
'trying to lose weight. 

Weight classes below 130 lbs. 
Jill use 12-oz. gloves, over 130 
xmnds use 16-oz. glove. Head 
protectors should be worn while 
boxing. 



given for a period of six week; 
before the tournament begins 
and all man' will have had z 
chance to box in the ring, 

or interested towr 
people will be tournament judg 



Competition in following clas- 
sifications: 
Bantamweight, 120 lbs. 
Featherweight, 127 lbs. 
Lightweight, 135 lbs, 
Welterweight, 145 lbs. 
Senior-welterweight, 155 lbs 
Middleweight, 165 lbs. 
Light heavyweight, 175 lbs. 
Unlimited, over 175 lbs. 



Rec Club Sports 



The 



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will 



basketball 

determined. The Hyppolytans 
and Trahlytans are tied (the tie 
be played off at a -later 
dat£) for first place, and the 
Mercureans and Phi Omicrons 
have finished up in third and 
fourth places. So far Sara Mer- 
scored the most points 
with Norma Palmer and Kather- 
Reese following in number 
of points scored. The Varsity 

ed. 

The Rec Club is looking for 
ward with eager anticipation to 
the volleyball season which will 
begin soon. 



LEAGUE 
STANDINGS 

American league 



■■.!. LEAGUE 
Tigers 4 o i 

i eopardt 2 2 

1 



MILLNER'S 

"The Style 



THE STUDENT'S EXCHANGE 

On the Campus of North Qi 
ICE CREAM, SANDWICHES, DRINKS 

us, Mgl 



CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS 

HOYT DAVTS, Owner 
from the 
COL] EQE CAMPUS 

Special service ?' vt '» , '- 1 x °' C 

students and faculty 

DAHLONEGA. GEORGIA 



Varsity Basketball 

G C Cadeta baskel 
■ ;i is fast coming to a 

-■ i ..-ii " mure 
<!nled Allhollgli tile 

Cadets -have met ,ucii high!) 

ited teams as Piedmont, Mer- 

an Baldw in, Western 

Carolina Teachers' College, and 

Oglethorpe, they have won ten 

and lust eight of their games. 
i began with the 
nt rival, Piedmont, 

who won the game in the final 
f play. The scoi 

34 to 33. The next game proved 

to be more favorable toward 

■i of Medicine 

N. G. C. 4G. Then they met 
defeated Berry College 01 to 
New Holland .Mills 18 
Piedmont 32 to 29 bef<nr (iie\ 
mi i their second defeat al the 
hands of U ■ 
chers' College 41 to JO, In the 
final game b 
holidays tin 

Mills 61 to 24. 

Alter the holidays the Cadeta 

■ 
i Mercer 56 to 12, However, 
they went on tu del. ■■ 

IC to n. and 
■- to 18 On 

engagement w uh 
1 
■ ■ i ...it was follow 

.: . . 
lege 10 to 39 and U .■ 
lina Teachi 

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where thej 

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New Inter- 
Collegiate Sports 
For Spring Quarter 

Just around the cor 

ner. and that means b 
son is nearly here. Within 
past week or two there have 
ttlful spring 

■ i' ■■■...-. 
drill field you will h l< 

rlTjt the U.y, couldn't resist gel- 
ling out tin- 
back hi. i forth Bas* 

I ; 

he honors 

Baseball isn't the 

if you don'1 wanl 
■ or o : 

will be several more from whl h 
I i choo ie. There 
ter-coUegiate 
Hie ],.i,ik- .. 

al we had up here last 
we should develop a real!) swell 
that could i ■ 




running around ... 

'"■''" waj to k& .. 

■■ the boys Vlmosl 

i. 
seems odd i 

■ i n point. 

■ ■ '-!'. *h>\\ ili.w i) ^!,en 

thej gel :. 

ive have ■■. i tra. k 

■ 

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, ., i 
■■ ide out, m ire 
w in be said about this Ln the 



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■ ,,|,|, ii -tljijilied to 

■ 

tudlng 

■ I etb ill, and baeehall 

■ i i i.. i, k- 

boards, be ketb ill n orer and 

. parallel bars i ■ 
tables mats, mat rack, pullej 
weights, dumb hells, i 
bar, travi II ■ 

IVidniintiHi st.indanl:-:, rub 
dnwn tables, am! an outdoor hox- 

ing platform 



THAT LOOK OP DISTINCTION 

Woody's Barber Shop 

DAHLONEGA, GfeORGIA 



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Lmproveme] 

coaches. 

(standing performance 
by backing them up every pos- 



Piedmont Drug Company 

"Gainesville's Leading Drug Store" 

ON THE SQUARE 

VISIT OUR FOUNT FOR REFRESHING DRINKS 

PIEDMONT DRUG COMPANY 

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0B D PEOPLE 

W B FEY 



THE LEADER 

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Pace School-Aid Bill Asks 

$18,777,753 for Georgia 



Camera Sleuth 



WASHINGTON, — Georgia 
would receive S1S.77T.7W under 
a federal aid to education bill 
introduced in the House of Rep- 
resentatives by Rep. Stephen 
Pace, oi Georgia. 

It proposes $300,000,000 an- 
nually to help states pay for 
their education system. 

"The purpose of my bill i° 



quately financing public educa 
tion and to reduce and removt 
the present inequalities of edu 
rational opportunity," Mr. Fact 






University System's 
Heads Remain 
Virtually Intact 

All units of the I Qlvei Itj 
System of Georgia, with excep- 
tion of the Georgia TBBi heri I al- 
lege at Stateaboro, will have the 
same directing heads for the next 

The Board of Regents, meeting 
in Atlanta lust week, re-elei ted 
all of the college !>■■■ 
cepl in Marvin a Plumas, nrbo 
retired as head of Georgia Teach- 
ers College. In his place, the 
Regents named Dr. Judeon C. 
Word, Jr. 

Dr. Pin j i 
the retirement age toi Pri id,' "' 
and chief .m 

■ ffimi ' Itui 
mi the College 

The Hi i" 
the re-el I In "' mI " ll "' 1 

p« ii. ,, n.hi \\ < old veil, I ol 
... Blake ii 

v.in i.. ei .Georgia ["och Di ■ 

Lombard I 

i ...i ... -,i. m in.-. i'i. 

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M. Spark . i alvi i I 
Center; Pn I ' \ 

V.,|l,-.. .1 |t, i (ill ,;■ . I'i. Varon 
Brown, Vlb 
Negroes, 
The !(■ r.. 

Bi . lamln F\ 
Hubert, uf the Georgia 

| lj: , i,. i >,i.,:nv:; itt Suvjimmh, 
■.. devote in 






He emphasized 

xpressly prohibits any super- 

Bloo, control or interference by 
the Federal Government with re- 
spect to our schools. 

"The administration, the per- 
onnel, the curriculum, the In- 
trucilon, the methods of ln- 
itructlon and the materials EM 
instruction remain entirely and 
exclusively in the hands of the 
local school authorities and ev- 
ery federal agency and official Is 
prohibited from having any 
voice, influence or control over 

The $300,000,000 appropriation 
would be allotted to the Urti 

I .niiula, at 
bill, the main basin of which 

ho state mum (1) continue 
pend b mui h ' !•'■ I I 

fur 1'iiiir Ml Inn .v: ll ill"-', iii. v; .mil 
ii.., i 

,. iiM.ihoii.ii s item up i" 

(in minimum standards 
I, i in- r/odei .ii contribution 
i... ii ed to ■ unplemem and 




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Bpoody, Friendly, Di pi ■ 

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etta ami j (ormei m 

the faculiie ..t i;<-.u:i.. 'iv.n in i: 

College and Birmingham South- 
era I -.Hit." iir ■-■ . 

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major, h n ing taught during the 

■ 

' .ml. N. V. 

Dr. Pittman was gh 

sion 10 wink cm ,m film ,ilu>n;il 

rehabilitation commll 
many. He wlH undertake the as- 
signment at the request of the 
War Department. 

Chancellor Haymow I Paly, 
whose appointment to the Com 
mittee already has been announc- 
ed, also was given a leal 
work. Dr. Paty is scheduled lo 
arrive in Washington. D C, Mon- 
day for the first leg of his jour- 
ney. Dr. Pittman's mission will 
begin about April J. 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

A Bank You Can Bank On 

Courtesy — Service — Efficiency 

Member FDIO 

BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

DAHLONEQA, GEORGIA 



ROBERT M. MOORE 
General Merchandise 

FRIEND OP NOBTB QEI IBSIA COLLEGE 

FOB YEARS 

DAHLONEOA, GEORGIA 

'Yuri: QXBA18 \RE OUH IDEALS" 
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TO VISIT Is AND 

ENJOY 

inu Fun, 
Good Fellowship 

ana 

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AT THE 

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V* Cadet 8ugte\ 

The Voice Of North Georgia C.nllepp ^ 



HARRIED YETS 
SETTLE DOWN 

March 24 — Room B-25 — 9:00 
y.— D-Day — H-hour. After ma 
months of impatient wailing a 
artful longing the big 
Bid finally arrived. The 
veterans at NGC were 
niich apar 

. After a stormy 
vital question waj 
decided by that lune- 
-the flipping of 



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NGC TO GRANT DEGREES FOR 
FIRST TIME IN 14 YEARS 




ie boys assembled to help 
the furniture. Another 
ikid scramble — this time to see 
who could get the best furnt- 
-then they got down to the 
us business of actually mov- 
lie stuff. Each three room 
has two kitch- 
ans, a table, a chest of 

The amount was doubled 
ch BOUT room apartment. 

Moving all this furniture would 
been quite a job for the 
f the sun had been shin- 
iut because of the rain 

jn<i mud the job was much 

Moving to the apartment on 
the lull on the highway proved 
(he most difficult. The red 

the movers made their burdens 

h heavier. As soon as 

the furniture was all in the 

i he personal effects 



—Photo by Mar Miller 

JUNE GRADUATING CLASS 

Top row, left to right. Richard M Low try. Mary Ruth Nix, 
Joseph S. Woody. Bottom row, left to right. MarUynn Edmonds. 
Wadie J. RuuntfW. E. Nellie Nix, Jimmy G Woodward. 




Pierce Wins First Place In Southern 
Division Impromptu Rejoinder 



This year, for the first time 
■ leorgla Col- 
lege will graduate a class from 
its senior college. 

Lasl spring North Georgia Col- 
li.^-, which for thirteen years 
had been a junior college, chang- 
ed back into a four year, or de- 
i_'i"r ^T.iiimm. institution due to 
an act of the Board of Regents, 
which governs all schools in the 
University System! 

On June S, North Georgia Cob 
lege's first senior class will grad- 
uate and receive their degrees. 
Because of the short time since 
the change from a junior to a 
seuim- collect"', the graduating 
itlier small, but need- 
le-- to say, North Georgia is 

each one has given the school 
good reason to be proud. They 



i reorganized 
■the latter part of Fall Quart- 
under the direction of Pro- 
lark. Mr. Clark 



nd Chan. 



i dent Publica 
i the position 
l manag pi 

„_t took the 
■ nan who 
: 
1 quarters 
■ ■ 



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with the 

I 

l. -norm de- 



nd by Im- 
mediately planning an .hUvm 
schedule fur the year. Club of- 
ficers were elected: John Sax- 
on, president; Corbeit Bledsoe, 
vice president; Helen 
secretary-treasurer. 

During the year, the i lub tie 

■ 
of Congress ona 

ng each of 

ihe thirteen Suuthi i n 

. 
h-dicd f"i ■'■■ 
■ 

There '■ ■■ 
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■ ■ 
B definite in. 

non-d- i ■ 

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■ 
used in del. 



versify of Mississippi 
ty of Georgia, Umv 

.■ .hna, Nurth Carolina 
State College, Univi I 
North Carolina, ft ato 

College. Mercer ( mveraly. Lin 

■ 
of Technology, and Agnes Scott 
College. 

Against such "big-time" oppo- 
sition, with schools of much 
lai '■.■!■ enrollment ■ . the Foren 
sic Senate ha 

■ 
.,: !!n- end "i the wintei auartei 
■ 

lost, 3, ties, 1; nO"dl I 

. total Of 38 

■ 

An affirmative team, h. .i 

and Helen Pierce, entered the 

i. : M . , \l|.li;i t.-uni 
anient ai i 



Schedule For 
Registration For 
The Fall Quarter 

F*all quart r begin 
23, The dorraitorlea will open 
on this day and the dining hall 

Fti ■■ m! at i i 

of this day. Freshmen should 

[M the college before 

Pu, jdaj the 23rd Freshmen 

are expected to report dui Ing 

September 23, and 



Mil 



the 



p m September 21-27 will 

be !■ reshmen Week Vi ■- n- l.i n< e 

! i] .,1! n, .hue ii i Hi 

Septembei phomore end 

i:|.|iit i la men u ill report. 

■ ■ ■■ 

in. n daj i 
fall quart' i 

■ 
■ lloguc Is now in the 

i al being v i- 



have all m.nl 

tic and t oHeglate reco 

le.iv e (he school, 
nut we are proud to have such 

excellent Student I UT 'i'-i 

:■! adllallllg Class. 

The students who art 
uate-thl ■ Juni ai ■ 

Marilyitll Kd Ids ol Shim 

ii. i, Ga , Richard M. I owerj pi 
Preston, Ga . Bdrie Nellie Nix 
ol Cleveland, Ga . Marj Ruth 
\r, ol Cleveland, G 

si -i f\ ooddj ol Ubany, Ga , 

.ilium', i : u iward o( I tth< 

lonega, Ge . and Wadli I Roun 
tree, Summit, I '•■• . 

'I'h,. in. I. 'in l«.nl.\ , ihe (acuity, 
and the staft ol the Cade! Bug- 
ler wish these, our fli I gradv 
ates, the besi of evei ! thing In 

their coming lift 

Besides these student « ho 
are to graduate this June tok 
also have a group ol icnlors who 

ii ■ 
i ai u ho desei \ \ tnenl Thaj 

■j, i. -,1,1m- Mae Todd Burk, 
Dahlonegfl, Go . Mai |orle Cal 

,n, it ihl ■■ 
,i. ,-.,.,,. Brool Da„ Helen 
Pierce, Dalton Ga . h S 

H.irretl, ll.dlv Springs, i;,i , Win 

w. Bird, Ivondalc E ilea, Ga 

fknide S itoaiwriehi. ■■■■■■ mi- 

boro, Ga , Floyd T t'h.e-t.Mii. 

UtOTi m ' 'ralj 

Law rem ei llto, Ga . George F 

i ireen, Bo tv. Ii k, Ga . Robert L 

John ton w i itoi k, Oa., Geo 

M Kllpatrli k, !■■ i Park, Ol . 

Geo Llpi ib Dahl negfl Q 

Th..m.-i- .1 M ''l"'-' l-'en.i V I 

■ .,. Ga i !ha R Moore, Dah 

R -' '■' Purcoll 

Ball Ground Ga., 

'i homi Atlanta, G I Ben 

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SUMMER QUARTER BEGINS JUNE 16th 



be the regular quarter, t 

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EDITOR— OLAUDK S BOATWRIGHT 



THH I'AHKT BI'OLER 

CLASSIFIED 

Wanted— J. PALMER to qt 
| greeting us with "H«ll0, P« 
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Feature Editor 
Literary Editor__ 
Bp iris E litor 



_Mack Lowery 

Sports Staff — Frances Brown, Harrison Townes, Ceorge Chandler, 
Reporters — Faye Healan, Alan Patureau, Judy Palmer, Tom Sat- 

terfield, Keith England, John Hyde, Carolyn Mauldin. 

J. M Johnson, Alice Calloway, Joe Thrasher. 



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Business Manager 



THE ALARM 
RINGS 

A few Sunday nights ago on 
Fred Allen's radio program 
Senator Claghorne pulled a pret- 
ty low blow. Fred Allen's quea- 

clocks. The answer from thfc 



OLYN, MARY RUTH BE VtiSR 
LY, and HETTYE. Oniom 
ho II boya who aren't. 
RILL M. really sceim to have 
South had been asleep for Mir i ■. 1:1 j i KLUOU up In the 
last hundred years. When he | these days. 



W. D. Booth, H. H Gilbert 



THE BAYONET 

COFFIA and SAXON are 

Individuals around here now 
Even more so than usual. 
HEN TEAMS seems to hi 
old love for a n 
— Ho* about It, DYSART? 
Oil hl.lri to these girls w 
Iwlng true - MARTHA 



answered the mjeitlO) 
was burned up — and whal blue 
blooded southerner wiitilrhit he'' 
My first reaction was at least 
to tar and feather the d — yan- 
kee horse thief, but after my 
pure blond had cooled down 1 
started thinking of things) that 
OOUld have made Clughorn soy 
a thing like thai about qui fill 
southland. 
wen, It'e han lave to ad< 

mit It, but It didn't tak.- long to 
think of quite a few lhlngn that 
could havtt ben the reason for 
such a dastardly remark. The 

most bn tai e w«« thin 

question ol out unreo tag 

loyalty to the iratli partj 

Evei .it., i the i '. ii w.u the 

I Pertim i Jlh in I-.. ■ 

ion win ■ ii,., i wa i 
mj ni m qu« 
pretty hard to an wi i 
everybody else due i thai 

why ni.- - ■ 

cratic tlckei ■ Maybe B« nu o 
oui fathi i 

naturaUy we mu i tool TJial 
in t la pi 

why, naturally .1 we tool 

Beati me 111. mldn'1 

possibly he thai Hi.' Democratic 
pari m bio i ilng on ui 

11 11 bea in-, know thai wo 

will elwaj •!. k by them, The 
"i 1 '■■ ' ti ii- 11 we ihouW 

1 ■ ■ ■ ' ! ' ■■ might 11 'h i.i.-. ingi 

Well, we have de Ided thai we 
■ 
not? I'li-v 
thing Wi might .1 well nol 

i., . 
■ 
going Democratl 



I hear that CLAUDIA and 
ATKINSON have been giving 

Hi" m-I. ' .ipnilini'iits tJie mu e 
iver What's the verdict, Clau- 

.11.1' 

1 1 .'11 IE ieem to have found 
■: rtion Bboul 

EHSN s leaving 
Well, DIMPLE 1. . 

CBUgtrl her a man I -, '> | pfl. 

■ ,. , ■■: 
Thfl W triangle -WOOTEN. 
nd WOOD seems to 

grow mora complicated every 

day Oh, "■-■ii. 1 .-in- tl 

tl ■ di '■ mi 1 ovei M"- average 

1 ■ ■■ u u>DOX, then 
JIMMY, Uien l LAUD Settle 

. .i' IRE eve Is rc 

Mi with all 



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'1 ■' 111 mil 

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IA ii- the n- 1 luckj «.ii 

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vui playlne. 1. mi. •■,,■■ l'n.,1 n 

lROHI, nexl 
many be- 

LUCILLK 



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part doesn't rnr.m v., tine. In m K , I 1 1 1,,- ,,.., .,,,, 

Wl,rkin fi :iml playing |uai ex -1 iw the landi 

out fathers did iiin 'in . 1 olumn we \t 
doing things the way thai will Mary had a 

''■I' Hi loun . ■■ .. FLOYD 



: 

the way we do, but I 

thai little mark on n 

would ring the alarm for the 

South 



■ If It 



CKAfiTAIN 

■ 

KAW1 ; . 



I'lJ'T'i K'UIKKTS 



Wanted — Another starring 
role.— LIMELIGHT ALLEN. 
Me, tOO.— CHARLIE DAVIS. 



cookie-duster*— 



Personal— Wanted, any ell- 
glble lady i" correspond with. 
I have my own bugle and a stea- 
dy job blowing It— H. J MIL 
LER. 






ther. How can I I00K like Floyer 
without turning up my collar? — 
LACKLAND 



Tuesday. April 1~>. 1947 
jples of silver-tongued oratory 
! can be cited in the talks by 
"profs" Cain and Calvert. The 

an audience and keep it. 

On Washington's Birthday 1 
"Prof Cain held his listeners 
spellbound in their seats as he 
reeled off little-known infonna- ' 
lion about the father of our 
country and several other histor- 
iial figures, and climaxed his 
speech with a fiery tribute to ! 
democracy. "Prof" Cain i 
tinguished at North Georgia 
College for his meritorious 
specchmaklng. 

A travelogue of his interesting 
journeys through the U. S. 
brought thunderous applause t 
the discourse hy "Prof" Calvert 
one chape! day. Dr. Calvert, 
newcomer at N. G. C. certainly 
made a hit with the cadets ; 
All aane-thinking Individuals j of? 8 - 
feel eager to sink their f 



Chapel: No 
Plush Seats But 
Worth Your While 

J Every Tuesday and Thursday 

I whistle is heard resounding 
! through, the wooded hills of 
Dahlonega, the guys and gals of 
N. G. C. file into the auditorium 
for what many more adventur- 
ous souls would consider to be 
"Just another chapel program." 
But if you are one of the forlu- 
nates who stays wide awake to 
view the whole proceedings, 
you will probably agree that 
Some mighty meaty material is 
presented from that stage which 
la bordered by the colorful new 
banners of North Georgia and 



auditorium seats, which, 
although they may nol be cov- 
ered with velvet plush, are a 
far cry from "hup-two-lng" an 
hour on the dusty drill field. 

And so as thq exercise begins, 
there Is a faint hint of satisfac- 
tion among the students. Every- 



■ 
i- paid to ne 
Ing hands 
RDNER 



the foray Of ' 

lav Howeve 

fine of 25c a week I ally appealing 
I will permit hold- OO-eds, the 
n the campus — 



against spice 

,'ords which they 
te speaker of the 



Uterirli.ri MOTES and RUR- 
i'M 1 1 This thing has gone 
in enough, Let's wee some de- 

■ , lopmenl 

the Lone 
Club I- ■ r 
ROBI in- PTJRCELL, PM« 

1 1 ■' 



Hi ■' ■■'■' He ,1 vej—please 
■ 1 1 ids ■ " Mice 
tov 1 ■ BRADLEY 



: IE I'M. 



Married Vets 
Settle Down 



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(Co 
Qpnrtmoni the Lea b m had bean 

Til,- ,,,.:■ ■ 

'i because h wouldn'1 fit In 

phwe allotted These 

■ 
iin|»>n;ml fnoi wai 
i thalr fomllle 
had .■ plu .- to call their 
■ 
wondering where thai would 

■■!" ,t " 1 ""■ nexl month thai hi 1 ight 

tow thej 
aparunei 1 
for theh kl 1 
■ '.-.( 1 
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ddress Is especl- 
) the cadets and 
r Is lauded with 



a rousing ovation. 

This draws Into the limelight 
the question of Just what kind 
<,f a speech N. G. C students 
really enjoy. Excellent exam- 



addresses singled ( 
y no means the only 
nes that have been 
witnessed this year. Not only 
has each and every chapel 1 
sembly contained some type of 
thought-provoking matter from 
the professors, but also 
visiting entertainers have added 
the programs at inter- 



! said t 



It can safely t 
body enjoys a speech that In- 
cludes wisdom generously sprin- 
kled with witticism. Next time 
we have chapel, analyze the p 
gram, pick ft to pieces. As t 
rommand "March out!" Is giv< 
you will find yourself enriched 
and Influenced by even the sim- 
plest of programs. 



LETS ALL COOPERATE 






r all e 



The Buglet 

in j m:,tier of some Importance. The North Georgia debate 
teams will l>e hosts to teams from Tulane, North Carolina, a 
Florida ilurlnir the Spring Quarter I^t's cooperate with our te; 
by -hipwlne our visitors tbe utmost courtesy, especially by 
tending the ilehntes and by thus furnishing an Interested and ; 
preclatlve : 



On Tolerance 



i'it ' ■ oiel. ■!■;!. oul t .i.-i.mre better let's see just what tol- 
erance is. Tolerance la the positive and cordial effort to under- 

■ f.iii'l ■ tiiei- hellef.,, pr.ietiees, jnd habits without nt 

sharing or accepting them. Maybe you noticed some 

;i 1 intolerance during the Georgia guber- 

Mlorlal COni how one person would argue 

■ ■' 11 ■'■ ■'■»•■ Hi, 'flu r fellow j i-hance to say a word 1 

Evan if he did lei th, .. ■ .mething, he wouldn't 

iay( he would be thinking hov\ 

on his opponent Then . 

[tie and gave nil opponent a 

I the one who\let his adversary express 

the more Intelligent ..f the tVvo, and wasn't he beti 

life? How can »ne be brXadmlnded and make 1 

n-l Is :,\ warped that he thinks 

1 '■ le-amve breeds hate, cause 

iglats aay that he who I 

■ r ■■■'■'-' 1 ■ let otl^rs be themselves, ' 

he who Ii ■■■ ■ aracter 1 

■■ compress othei 

■ 

■ ■ ver. . 
: \oltaVe says. 
: n ill 4 'fend t 
I 

Valtei WlnoheU'a Christ- 

- ;, express^ 

•M.Jhile to republish 



I 

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tc-rgoi to make uj 

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himself 

; being toler- 
should have 

, the death 



' i 

-■■• hi the house of b wend 

I ,00V nan In a joint 

t ■ 

tUMK """^ slmlUr "ettass are schedule 



O.G.C.ToGet 
Baptist Secretary 

,„,! BUes, new B. S. U. presi- 
Mt, went into office at the be- 
' g f this quarter. ..lung 
her new council mem- 
os, The following plans have 
^n made for the first part of 

ipril 13 — The B. S. U. intends 

,,'n.ive j social at the U. S. 0. 

., Jiig social we will try to let 

jle know the real meaning 

lt . b s. U-— try to tell them 

II is. There will be 

I od and games, too. 

April 211— A B - 

.., ]t ,l "But The Well Was Deep". 

nill he presented at the church, 

* m . |, a shurt 3-act play in 

,huh we will try to depict soul- 

^fining on the campus. 

For this Saturday 
.nve planned tentative- 
: the biggest church 
bents of the quarter. It is to be 
a n on4enominational meeting in 
the form of a social, probably at 
the U. S. 0. We have planned 
o have some good speaker for 
very brief speech. We will al- 
o have games and refresh- 
ments. This is to be sponsored 
the Wesley Foundation and 
„ S. U We want to show peo- 
inches of different de- 
ns can work together 
Bccessfully. 

Anulher plan which is under 
■ .if observing a Fel- 
■ i -ur each Sunday 
..-.-. Johnson hasi agreed 
have the entire church — both 
T. U and adults, meet at 
(or a very short service, to 
t until about 7:15. Then 
jryone will go to some mem- 
ber's house la different one each 
phday for refreshments and 
pnif-i till about 8:00. This will 
tart April 27. We all 
-well of the church 
J., this for us. 

And now to what is, perhaps, 
e best part of our B. S, U. 

to get a Baptist 
Secretary here. This 
Is a person who will 
rch secretary, hut who 
>e in charge of all B. 
At the end of last 
iro. Nt it, State £ 



IAJDET BUGLES 




that 



had 



Southern 
thai NGC 
e for a student secre- 

I had agreed to send 
\'v don't know exact- 
<• will get th 

etaries are 
i 

II v. ill !"■ B 

lure that thi 



a 



U.' 



■ ■ ink [hat " Is 
■t we're really --f^z 
wish to 
■ appn i ii 

I , ,.\i.en-es 
Southern Bapl 

thing that we are 

:._:itinn and 

time The 

■ . . ? told us 
jre going to furnish 

tisl behind 



m mlZ 



EASTER PARADE 



Dr. Theodore Jackman To Discuss 
Palestine Problem In Chapel April 18 



There have been arranged 
eral interesting chapel programs 
for this quarter. Among these 
is the one planned for Friday, 
April IS. Doctor Theodore Jack- 
man wil be here to discuss the 
present day problems in Pales- 
tine. Since this is a world wide 
problem it should prove to be an 
interesting subject. 
On Tuesday, April 22, Doctor 
i ill deliver a speech 
in chapel. He has spoken on 
fore various 
■ ,| his speech should 
teresltng. 

The dramatics club will ['re- 



play 

day, April 24. Judging from 
last quarter, we have 

Then, on Tuesday. April 

Professor Pigg and his radio 

gang wil stray from the usual 

type of program and give us an 

Of a two-way radio 

broadcast, A transmitter and 

will be set up at 

Woody** Cap and one set up In 

the auditorium. It is interest- 

ing to know rh.it I'l-ofc- ur Pick' 

has communicated with Finland, 

ily, and Can- 

ada as well as many places in 



MILLNER'S 









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I can we help hut 



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Wesley Foundation Advanced Course 
News ROTC 



During the past quarter the 
>-!-.-> Foundation sponsored a 
Sunday nlghl "gather-In", at 

which supper was served to 
about sixty cadets and co-eds 
each Sunday night, after which 
games i\ ci ■ 
uric The tWO Swid ■ 

j ' "Mil w here the "gathei in" \^ ;h - 
,.■ so i rowded thai a 
building fund was started fur a 
building for the stu- 
dents. This building will be 
equipped with a kitchen, i 
there will be room enough 






for 



one hundred people. 

The primal \ jim nf \\ --lev 
riiiiniljtn.il tor this quarter 
to publish a first class news 
per with features and college 

tivities. • We also hope t ■ 

nize a dramatic plub and a young 
people's choir. 

The hew ly elected offiee>rB of 
the Wesley Foundation are 
i ill Ha i per, President; Walter 
Butler. Vice-Pies : Keith Elrod 
Sec: Billy Durant, Treas.: Anne 
Kling, Paul Barrett, Sarah Jo 
Matthews, Worship 



Pierce Wins 



iC„„tHn,,;l <>■>,!> j,;,„t ;»)./. ) 
Slsslppi. I ■■ ■ 

of the tin- ■ 

and the negative tc.un pli I 

third in the tournament, 

1 1. ii n !'■■ ■■ ■■ tying for 

j.i.i, i' ,,\ nil .i b Holleman "i 

ip] : 

besi Individual debater, 

The same group ■ 
Grand Natii ■ ■ 

njniciii s[ -,-'r..'( I h\ i he Sh.iw 

Society "i Marj 
t 

: !■ redei - 1.- 
burg .u the time tl 
■ 

ur.? been re elved i 



the 



it 
... ",..i Helen 

rn n e -'."H ii"- Southe ■ 

ion of Woi 

rid placed id a 

National Woman's I 
hamplon, 

■ 

■ ■ 
Wood and Helen Plen ■ 

1 

■ ■ ol mi. Hid had 

■ 

■ 

■ 
■ 
pus during 

■ 

■ 



m i n Advanced 

Course, ICUTC, is limited to tlmse 
students attending a degree- 
institution. This pro- 
gram has been offered at North 

raised to 

.1 jna i.iii.ci branch 

. ,., 

for reserve commissions in 

oi Hi, several arms ol sen Ice 

j affords a 
means of practii a! tro 

ni'-\uu.-,itum. Ic.ideislup ,ni,l i|i- 

ctpline which are od great val- 
ue id ih,. stmleiit in hU tniM- 
ness or .proles ilonal areer lai 

n .. . i ) i ■ Georgia College now 
■''■'in at ademlc - retilta for the 
completion ol mill- 
students on 
non-military 
• in the same level line Pro- 

ress i \iiin.H j & !,■ in, 

i ■ allow up 
i" two years ol credll in the ele 

mentary course to) | r »i 

vice m the aimed forces ol 
twelve iths 1 duration, thus 






Dm Ing this training, mone- 
tary allowance is received, at 

present ..j,;. 

UH'lltli. IVItll icci .l.ui, ,n ^inline, 

thl I- over 51,000 

. 

■ :,,■:.■ an epanutc 
.,h,i unaffected by this allow 
ance Thi n 

n i en,, both 'i here i also 01 
pre ienl a uniform allowam e foi 
advanced c< 

S87.07 to I ■ Id i i".' 

■'!■• '!"■ i ightee mil • 

s, holaatlc standard i musi be 

met tor continued pai tii Ip 

,!:,,■!,.. ,■ I .,,: 

■I Hi r , 0i 

i, ,iii '., ar ■ collegi . and upon 
reaching the age <•' ' ■ 

■ .mi | ii . urn 

mi iii the branoh all - ted "i the 

■ 
tei ve < '"Cj, 
v.m , aftei i'-ii" h i' it 

' There 1 1 i ate 

•it ni i.i |, 

the campu 

■ii i amp .ii the i nd oj the 

i gram both on the c imp 

. ■., ol thi 

■ i,,nii m, v. md 

, Mil' 

...,:.■ plan 
... 

md Improve 
,,, i„ [ng noted In the 



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■ 



THE STUDENT'S EXCHANGE 

ICE CREAM, SANDWICHES DB3 I 




around what the Atlanta L'rji'k 
era are doing against 
league friemls, and 

Charlie TrippJ v.iii make tlu 
grade as a baseball pi 

North Georgia College len't 
" e glamoi 
be seen by the 
B Bl tlvltv 

Neiihei 

North Georgia College 
to the lure of baseball, an 
afternoon one OU >ee hi 
candidates for the Vai iltj 
rylng dogmatically aftc~ 



Held 






of the bat hitting the ball 

The interest In VaralU ba b 
ball was ehown when elxty five 

Cadet ■ algnad up toi i) " u • 

of making the teem. Bonn ol 

1.1, ,■ „■ u,v . got no further than 
picking up the pen i 
sheets, but approximately fifty 
boys did show up l " r ll "' hl ' 

Since fifty men are too man) 
to work wHh under present 

■ 
made within B few day thai 
brought Uie uiui numbei down 
ot about thirty men, where II 
1(411(3 . m this writing. 

Bai k around March 10. the 
,,... ,., . . .... iuoo ! - 

..: thi cadei wine were 
when one looked ovei 
the fellows who wen 



Team That Won The LeTourneau Tournament 

i ,..i,i , ■:■■ i.'ii to right, Mai i. i owerj To m Q , ■ hi 

Harold i Diandi'-i i''i"vi i 'Imi.i.hh, s.-iki:. i '1 to right, 

r oho Fred Bowi i Bud I rath I ■ loi Bi III Virgil M< Ever, 

Sheet; 



1,, carry on the pitching dutte 
ii,, vt Bnood, who hold Georgia 
Tech to .i few i hli la I 

', ,.i . ..-, .., Bl 

,„„ League offei i waa all ael U 
pitch tor n. Q '' Uben Wll 
klneon who pitched lucceaeful 
ball in high achool end saner! 

impcUtlon, am 
...I,.. ,,i i waa ■■■ '■•'■■ " I [■'■'' , 
dona] ball offei 
Into i ihape To wpplemeni 

n iward 'I'm nei 

Bud Cul ih. B Hi "■!' ' on 

nd i fern Craw 



CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS 

HOYT DAVIS, Owner 
■I,,, itreel from the 

■ \M1'1 . 

Spade] aervioe given to N Q C 
students and 
DAHLONEGA QEORGLA 



Sharon Jewelry Co. 

i;i\ E \ i.ifi i ii \r LASTS 
ONE with VALUE AND DBLH \i E i ■. riMI S I 

Owned am! < 'mini' ,l l-> ., 

FELLOW STUDENT 

■'Thai Special Touob Thai Means So Much" 



However Steed de< Ided to a< 

.■-|ii one "i thi' |.niii- .[..,,.,: ■ i 
not in achool Wilk 

li had ■< litUa i>"<> with 

hi . .ir;nl.'iiii. 
eligible 

in Una with ■' pit hed ball while 
. i h.i-.n'i iwen able to 
i„.,. tii e until "■■ ently, and 
Crawford ipralned 

■ 

and will be oui i fl ■■■■ w eki 

The pitching dutlei are nov. left 
. idei namely. 
. lulhroth, Turnei (ft I 

in .in anj rea , 

Iheli I.iUtlI-; .in' iml kimw h 

doflnlti ihla 1 

thai Culbretii and 

■ ajoi 

othoi and oi the battery 
to be will taki 
it three men are working 

.,. i ityle The e 

are "Rudy" i pchureh, Ben 

H o ii. ..,,■! Ri 'i lohn i Ma 

ban ■ wcomei to N Q C 

Mi, quai lei i i- hui 

. , .i,;,. on the .'H"- 1 
bui i 

true m .ill |m .III. ms. i ■' 'ii. m 

hai ■ hi, ho< 

■ 
i ined i 

1 
■ 
i 

■ 

Joel lackeon 

■ 

■ 

■ 

■ 
■ 
as if it mi. 

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AKLtiZKX 

Archery is back again after 
year's absence because of lack 
if equipment However, tins 
mply has been 
eci Ived, ami It is 
to resume the 
<pori with increased vigor. 
'i he pre .'in equipment In- 
of arm guards, 
■i t»v, i, m; doi 
POT 18 mj 
*. 3 target 
target I » t 
Archer) la offered each spring 
ihe Phys- 
• 'j, chili [■ now plan- 
■ 

in fur Hit- archei 

■ 



H'i.i. v<< began this quarter 
Ith Mr Pigg inatnii ting the 
iiurton Instruct- 
■ 
condltlona, t ■■. 
■ 

■no of the few in. 
that may be 

■ 

rv 'pic values of 

maintenance of good posture. 

■ 

.ind'hatUng 



relation 

f the Georgia State College for 

Girls' 

Km, reauonal Association o f 

North Georgia College to take 

Sports Day to be 

Id on April 26. The activities 

imming, Softball, volley 
There will be 
there from col- 
he State. 
Our Rec Club will be repre- 
sented by eight or ten girls, se- 
lected affording to interest and 
ability, chaperoned by Miss Bur- 
will leave here 
about 5 o'clock Saturday ; 
ing. April 26, : 

Milledgeville by 10:30 for a 
croup meeting before the action 
really begins Our girts will 
participate in the activities 
throughout the day, spend Sat- 
urday night there, and return 
Sunday. The Rec Club of G. S. 
providing lunch and 
dormitory facilities for the vial- 



Intramural Sports 

The Intramural Sports for 
spring quarter have gotten un- 
derway. The volleyball tourna- 
men has now progressed well 
into the second half where the 
games are continuing to become 
faster and harder fought The 



ree leagues with each com- 
ply supplying three teams one 
am in each league. 
After the end of the volleyball 
there will be a box 
which each 



company may enter one man in 
each weight division, but if two 
From the same ci.imii.in'' 



weight division, a preliminary 
*K»ut will be held between them 
to determine which one should 



Everyone who intends to en- 
ter the boxing tournament 
should start getting Into shape 
now, for it Is rumored that we 
have some fine boxers on our 

Following the conclusion of 
the boxing toumameni 

1 sin. Each comi>any 
will be allowed to enter one 
e | team into thU tourna 
getting your pit b 

into shape so 



il we can go out and give 
. il for our respective < 

■ 



■ 



HENRY W. MOORE 
HARDWARE 



GIRLS' SPORTS 

The girls at North Georgi; 
College have a year-round pro- 
gram of intramural sports. Dur- 
ing the fall quarter the sports 
played are speedball and hock- 
e v, in Lhe winter quarter the 
major sports are volley-ball 
tuskfiballj during the spring 
quarter the chief sports are ten- 
nis, table tennis, badminton, and 
archery; and during summer 
quarter the sports are softball, 
tennis and horseshoe. The girls 
take frequent hikes through the 
mountain roads and trails all the 
year-round. Every girl, regard- 
less of her skills, takes part in 

ceives individual points for hik- 
ing, sports practice, entering 
tournaments, -winning individu- 
al tournaments, making varsity 
■varsity teams and for 
holding offices in the Rec club. 
record of these points is turn- 
I in at the end of the quarter 
id the accummulation of a set 
number of points makes her el- 
igible to receive either a small 
letter, a large letter, or a jack- 



_THi; CADET BU G LE R 



ed as much Interest 
tional activities, as is evidenced 
by the following girls who 
eligible for awards for the year 
1946-47. Those receiving small 
letters for having at least 850 

Beverly Bowers, Betty Ander- 
ssn, Sara Baker, Jane Binford, 
Betty Calloway, Estelle Coffey, 
Lorraine Frye, Martha Hawk- 
ins, Allene Johnson, Virginia 
Kingery, Lynda Lambeth, Sara 
llotes, Opal Kate Nash, Addie 
Osborn, Anne Palmer, Judy Pal- 
mer, Nell Paris, Ailie Perkins, 
Elizabeth Seymour, Betty Ann 
Stinespring. Helen Tatum, Char- 
lie Smith, and Nancy Hinson, 
all from the Mercurean 

Rita Andrews, Dot Barber, 
Bernice Brady, Christine Davis, 
Elizabeth Combs, Claudia Green 
Elsie Harben, Kathryn Hawes. 
Betty Jo Ivey, Claudia King, De- 
lores Lear, Anne Kling, Mar- 
garet Moultrie, Carolyn Palm 
er, Sara Reeves, Frances Sim 
mans and Louise Westbrook, all 
Plil Omdcrons. 

Jeanette Allen. Martha Crooks 
Carol Quilkian, Mildred Horton, 
Mary Ruth Jones, Elsie Short, 
Dot Stephens, Mary Em Tow- 
wn, Ruth McKinney, Allene 
Fowler, Lou Raines, Betty Saun- 
Beth Bruce, Eloise Cog- 



Phi Omicrons that are eligible 
are: Dot Barber, Bernice Bra- 
dy, Christine Davis, Kathryn 
Hawes, Claudia King, Anne 
Kling, Sara Reeves, and Bettv 
Whelchel. 

The following Trahlytans are 
eligible: Frances Brown, Har- 
net Hargrove. Jean Healan, 
Martha Hood, Audrev Lane Jo 
Meechine, Mary Ruth Nix, Nor- 
ma Palmer, Juanita Perdue 
Catherine Smith, June Watson 
Jean Wilson and Doris Lowry. 
The following will be eligible 
to receive jackets in June: 

Hippolytans: Beth Bruce, El- 
oise Cogburn, Betty Saunders, 
Jean White. 

Mercureans: Betty Anderson, 

Alene Johnson, Virginia King. 

ery, Lynda Lambeth, Opal Kate 

Nash. Sara Motes, Anne Palm- 

■, Judy Palmer, Helen Tatum. 

id Nancy Hinson. 

Phi Omicrons: Claudia King, 

Anne Kling, Sara Reeves, an 

Betty Whelchel. 

Trahlytans: Frances Browi 
Doris Lowry, Harriet Hargrovi . 
Martha Hood, Audrey Lane, Jo 
Meschine, Mary Ruth Nix. Nor- 
ma Palmer, Juanita Perdue, 
June Watson and Jean Wilson. 
Jean Healan has earned more 
points than any other girl. She 
now has 3,300 points. She won 
her jacket in one quarter. 




TUMBLING 






for 



Volleyball Tourney 
During Winter 



Every,.. 



will ; 






burn, and Jeam White, all Hip- 
polytans. 

Miriam Barnett, Betty J. Car- 
roll, Prances Brown, Dot Carter. 
Barbara Chapped, Margaret 
^bb, Hazel Ann Dean. Beth 
Blrod, Harriet Hargrove, Jean 
Healan. Faye Healan, Martha 
H°«l. Irene Johnston, Barbara 
King. Audrey Lane, Lucille 
^ard, Jo Meschine. Jluth Nix. 
Horma Palmer, Juanita Perdue, 
Smith, June Watson, 
J °an Wilson, and Doris Lowry 
10 'rom the TrahlyUn team 

TV following have received 

* l«sl 1500 points and are el- 

receive a large let- 

ppolytane thai are el- 

l ^ ,,,! '-': Allene Fowler, Lou 

Jjjnes, Betty Saunder.-, Mary 

Mil Ire. I Horton, 

Bwh - Bruce, Eloise Cogburn and 

Mercureans: Betty Ander- 

■*- Sara Baker, Eatell 
Ai * n e Johnson. Virginia King- 
**■ Lynda Lambeth. Sara 
J^tes. Opal Kate Nash. Anne 
J«**r Judv Palmer. Allie Per- 
■k*- Helen Tatum. Nancy Hin- 
**»■ Charlie Smith and NeU 



regardl. 

much better when the 

•e "tight". This was 

characteristic of the winter 

robin volleyball tourna- 

It was very exciting and 



Previous to the seri 
ach captain of the 
rranged practices fc 



s of games 



Girls' Badminton, 
Tennis, and Ping- 
Pong Tournaments 

Spring may be sprung, but tin 
girls don't seem to be afflicted 
with spring fever as far a 
badminton, table tennis, 



of eager participants waiting for 
the big events. Team practices 
have been in full sway since 
the beginning of the quarter, 



t almost any hour of the day 

gymn is buzzing with flying 

shuttles and whizzing ping-pong 



> climax, the I 



Varsity Baseball 
Schedule 

April 9— Georgia Teachers 
College. There. 

April 10— University of Geor 
gia Extension at S:ivanncih 
There. 

April 15— Oglethorpe, There. ' oplng thelr skllls in tllese 

April !:>— Western Carolina clses - 
Teachers. There. I Work in divided into three 

April 21— Milligan. at Johnson i Phases— individual, couple ana- 
City Tenn. group. Included In the indlvidu- 



i add- 
: first 

'if".' .i lecture ,ind lain >i\it wry 
1 - 1 I for girla in Marching, 
i u ..'- log and Pyramid Build- 
ing la being offered at N. G. C, 
instructed by Miss Burton, This 
course concerns activities in- 
volving fundamental skills and 
techniques in tumbling, mat 
work, and marching tactics to 
develop health, organic strength 
and mental vigor. The class is 
restricted to those of sophomore 
level and includes physical edu- 
■ I 01 I and minors. 
Those now participating in the 
MUdrtd Horton, Bar- 
bara King, Claudia King, Mary 
Jones. Irene Johnston, Harriet 
Hargrove, Audry Lane, and Nor- 
ma Palmer. Each girl sets her 
own Btandard or goal which she 
aleve, The great In- 
terest and the helghi ol the 
goals of the members is evident 
by the ract that they frequently 
ipend many extra hours devet 



will 



big business." 
The 106 girls who are i 
rig the badminton tournament 
vlll start their elimination 



April 25— Eastern Tenn , ai 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

April 29— Piedmont. Here. 

May 1 — Mercer. Here 

May 3— Piedmont. There. 

May 7— Georgia Teachers' Col 
lege. Here. 

14— Western Carolina 
Teachers. Here. 

May 15— Mercer. There. 

May 17— Oglethorpe, Here. 

May 24— University of Geor- 
gia "B" team. There. 

May 27— University of Georgia 
"B" team. Here. 

(Clip this schedule out and 
keep It In a prominent place in 
your room, so that you will be 
jblf to keep up with your team ) 



After the captains drew to see 
which team played which, the 
games were played in this order; 

First game: Mecureans beat 
the Hippolytans 6042, 

Second game: Trahlytans beat 
he Phi Omicrons 61-38. 

Third game: Hippolytans beat 
he Phi Omicrons 60-56, 

Fourth game: Trahlytans beat 
he Mercureans 5045. 

The total number of points 
cored by each team were: 

Trahlytans. Ill points; Mer- 
ureans, 105 points; Hippoly- 
ans, 102 points, Phi Omicrons, 
4 points. 

A varsity and subvarsity were 
chosen from all the girls who 
participated 



header enriSLstiriK of 1 

and doubles. With 
completed there will 
down and two to go 



i singles 



All three ( 
will prove 
and will be 
will lake tc 



be quite exciting 



Baseball Is 
Here Again 

/Continued from page 4) 
>rt or second, 

it short stop, George Kilpat- 
k has been working preuy 
II in fielding; his hitting abili- 
ls unknown. Kilpatrick play- 
this position for N 1 1 I 
year and has the advantage of 
that experience. Butterworth 
and Davis both field well in , 
. ;'i ifl and are not COUM 
the tournament. [ e( | olU DV any means. Louie i 
The lucky girls were Varsity: Morrla has had experience at ; 
Beverly Colwell, Hazel Dean, | ln ( s position also, bui 
Barbara King, Barbara Hawes, preference for the outfield. 
Mary R- Jones, Claudia King. At third base, Harrison Towns. 
Lynda Lambeth, and Betty Jean Trmrnas Galley and Davis are 
Mitchell. Subvarsity: Barbara competing with each 
Chandler, Harriet Hargrove, | all are fielding well, but their 
Martha Hood, Anne Kling. Caro- hitting ability Is unknown. 
lyn Palmer. Aihe Perkins, Hetty \ n the outfield these men arc 
Saunders and Betty Stinespring. competing for positions: Sher- 
There were seven girls who J rad Smith, Fred Lee, James 
deserve honorable menl Louie MorrU, Lamar 

being high scorers in the tour- Clifton. Ben Malcom, Garland | 
nament - Barbara King. 28 PlnhoUter, 

Lynda Lambeth. 27 
points;' Betty Jean Mitchell and 
Claudia King, each 20 polnU; 
Beverly Colwell and Martha 
Hood, each 17 points, and Bar- 
ira Hawes. 15 points. 

tdmlt that this 
as the best volleyball tourna- 
ment in quite some time. 



J. S. Speer 

Dependable rnmnnc 
I'.,. 1 , 1 a Qa 



al phase are head stands, back- 
ward and forward rolls, dives, 
i\u-i wh.-i-K walking on hands, 
hand stands without support 
and the camel walk. In the 
couple phase are the seated 
handstands, tommy stands, dou- 

ble rolls, kn shoulder stands, 

forward and backward angel 
stands, chest stands, shoulder 
stands, and the basket pitch. 
Among the group phase is pyra- 
mid building from lines, circles 
an. I squares, with and without 
additional equipment. 
By participating in these ac- 
liie-i each girl hopes to 
hleve better posture, graceful- 
as, alertness, knowledge, train- 
ing, symmetry, strength. Bte&dl- 

grit, skin, courage, 
coolne clem headedness, flex- 
Ibllity, co-ondlnatlon and bal 
am e, and Bi the same time Im- 
prove her appearance 

By the end of the quarter wo 

hope to be able to present to the 

student bod) and 'he faculty a 

demonstration of the achieve- 

II i l.i .-. 



We would like to thank the 
iris for their excellent coopera- 
Ion and outstanding work In 
ubmlttlng their material on 
n; sports. — Ed. 



alter McEvei 
Fred McFftU. 

Smith and Rogers were 



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field. Rogers has been hltung 
well In practice and his style 
seems to he such that it is ex- 
pected he may hit well under 



ROBERT M. MOORE 
General Merchandise 



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Fraternity and Club 
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WHAT is 
REC CLUB? 



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GOVERNMENT 
INSPECTION 

Team I, Senior RO 

Inspection Boara, 
oi W iiliam ii, c. 

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laniry. Felix E. Tharpe, Infan- 



■ ■ I (tie Il-ii- 
i-caj inspection of the Rl m. 
. '.■ . I ollegi 
The Lnspei 
days' duration, May 
1947. There will be n 
during the two days being used 
for ihe inspection other tban 
military, and the schedule will 
be announced later. 

This inspection will consist oi 
both practical ana obji 
animations in ali the work coi 
ered this year. This Is 
nu.il inspection, the i u 

■ gia College was au- 
thorized an advanced course 
The inspection team 
Will depart May 10, 1847. 

The record of North Georgia 
< ollege i 



est possible 
liilfl year shi 



Uian the high' 
.J the Inspection 



-' to Ll Col. H. A. 

Schmidt, Professor ol MUltarj 

nd Tactics, notice ol 

: :.l".' in.-p'.'' n-m t ; ,i 

been received by the 
Department 



YMCA Plans New 
Program For 
Quarter 



" we might 
time fur a bit of fun and 
ition during the quartet 
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the leading organizations on the 
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a hike u Ith plenU of t I, 

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. ins to send 
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. nd helpful hints 

. nd in m.it. 
nti nion. 



THE LEADER 



nd CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR 



Piedmont Drug Company 

Dirt Lading n rag store- 
ox THE SQUARE 
B FOUNT TOR REFRESHING 

PIEDMONT DRUG COMPANY 



The Home 
Economics Club 

"CAliHECON" 

The North Georgia Home Ec- 
onomics Club is a club for all 
Home Economics majors. At 
present the club consist 
fourteen members. 

The alms of this organization 
are to develop interest in the 
Home Economics department, tc 
foster high ideals and apprecia 
tion for home life, to take an 
active part as a club in worth- 
while community and campus 
aotivlty, to stimulate interest in 
hobbies and wise use of time. 
to develop team work and 
[friendship, personality, leader- 
ship, self-reliance, social poise 



THE CAUET BUGLER 

ACTIVITIES OF The Rex 
THE GLEE CLUB- Fraternity's Place 
J^^ESW ^ At N. G. C. 



The club is affiliated with the 
Georgia Home Economics 
cation and the American Home 
Economics Association. The fac- 
ulty adviser for the Home Eco- 
nomics Club Is Miss Bessie Lee 
Freeman. This club meets 
three times each quarter with 
special meetings when neces- 

The officers of the club are 
Hazel Ann Dean, president; 
Elsie Short, vice-president; Mar- 
tha Hawkins, secretary; and 
Lucille Leard, treasurer. These 
officers are elected by the vote 
of the members of the club on 

appointed to carry out the 
[unctions of the club. 
Some of the outstanding ac- 
of the club Include the 
t Festival given in the 
lie regional meeting at 
Miliedgeville where our dele- 
gates took part on the program, 
king of toys by the mem- 
bers for the Orphans' Home at 
Christmas. During the winter 
quarter the club visited the 
home of Doctor and Mrs. Flan- 
ders Here the club was enter- 



Mr. Des- 
ond Booth in 1933. 

The Club has functioned both 
as mixed and separate groups. 
The mixed chorus perform- 
ed Handel's "Messiah" twice 
in past years. The Men's Glee 
Club has constituted the male 
chorus for several civic opera 
productions— such as "Carmen," 
"II Travatore," "La Traviata!" 
and "Tales of Hoffman." 

Before the war. the Glee Club 
gave concerts over various parts 
The Club has also 

including one NBC coast 
st broadcast. During the 
ie glee club only did local 

At present there are about 
forty members in the Glee* Club. 
Concerts are given every quar- 
ter the Student body and 
faculty. The programs include 
both sacred and secular music. 
Mr. Booth has charge of a 
lartette from the Glee Club. 
This quartette has given pro- 
stations in 
both Cartersville and Galnes- 
ille and has become the most 

the campus 



On the campus of NGC, nestl- 
ed In the mountains of Lump- 
kin County in the year 1916, 
there were those cadets on the 
campus who, feeling the need of 
brotherhood, companionship and 






governing the selection of boys 
has been emphasized in the 
following quotation, "Quality 
rather than quantity." 

Throughout the years REX 
men have attempted to benefit 
themselves and fellow students 
by giving dances, sponsoring 
clean-up campaigns, and coope- 
rating with both money 
fort to any worthwhile campaign 
on the campus. 

The fraternity elects 
officers once each year. These 
officers consist of a president, 
two vice presidents, a secretary 



so forming themselves they laid 
down a set of laws and bylaws 
which have been changed from ( and treasure 

'" the elegibility , chairman, a Sgt. at arms, and a 
erning of J chaplain. These men are re- 
sponsible to the members of the 
fraternity for the performance 
of their duty and upholding 



choose boys 
fully 



of members, i 
the fraternity, 
purpose year ii 

compatible wit 

whole and wh 

the students of 
ithletic field and in the honors 
ist of scholarship. In choosing 
>ur members we disregard the 

religious beliefs of the boys in 

question, their company in the 
the building In 
. The only rule 



ROTC 



What Is 
Rec Club? 

f Continued from page 6) 
turally are elected by tht 
teams. Those serving In tl 
various capacities this quart 



1 Jean White, president, Mary 

. . „ ^, , , I Rutn Nix . vice-president; Eli 

^ I f . , , beth Se ™°^ **™te™ H 

the history of the antiques net Hargrove treasur 
they have collected. The last Healan reporu . r M "' „' h 
meeting of the winter quarter I Jones Hlppoly[a „ Captam . Sara 

M"i>.->, Mercurean Captain, An- 
ne Kllng, Phi Omlcron Captain. 
Norma Palmer. Trahlytan 
Mary Em Towson, Hip- 
Co-captain; Lynda Lam- 



for them by past 



-chnuch gave a very 

esting talk on his expcrieni.vi 

Mexico and other places. 

'or the rest of the club yearl Capta 

members are looking for- polyta 



ward to many o 
They are also sending 
gate to the American 
Economics Association's 






DAHLONEGA CAFE 

OPENS 

Week Days 7 A M 

Sundays 9 * M 

CLOSES 

Week Days Except Saturday 9 P. M 

Saturday 10 P. M. 



CADETS — CO-EDS 



Aunt Betty's Bread 

Made By 

Small & Estes Bakery 

GAINESVILLE, GEOBGLA 



beth, Mercurean Co-captai 
Andrews, Phi Omlcron Co-cap- 
tain; Audrey Lane, Trahlytan 
Co-captain; and two general 
sports managers, Eloise Cog- 
burn and Jenny Kingery, The 
faculty adviser of the Rec Club, 
as the name implies, serves as 
guidance director and adviser. 
Of course, no one coul.l nil thlt 
position but Nelle C Burton, 
Girls' Physical Education in- 
structor — a strictly indispensable- 
cog in our Rec Club wheel. 

Now for the biggest and most 
important question. "What good 
is it, anyhow?" If you are at all 
familiar with this college and 
the social life of the -.iink-ni .. 
the answer to this one Is purely! 
a non-essential, supei flium .-, 
Perhaps too few of us re- 



sponsor is chosen who repre- 
sents the fraternity at all danc- 
es and banquets. 

The men chosen as pledges 
spend two quarters on proba- 
tion after which they are initi- 
ated as members and become 
eligible to wear the REX pin. 
The flower of the REX is the 
tul)er rose and Its pin is repre- 
sented by the death's head and 
skull and cross bones placed on 
the Maltese cross whose base is 
a rectangular shield. The shield 
has a pearl Inset and its eyes of 
the death head are filled with 
rubles. Officers are designated 
by corresponding emblems on a 
chain leading off from the main 
pin. 

The members also possess 
skull caps with the fraternity's 
Insignia on the cap. The fra- 
ternity has at least two stag 
suppers each quarter at which 
all the members enter into the 
fling of the affair. 

Former REX members achiev- 
ed distinction In the past war 
and some made the supreme sac- 
rifice. Efforts are being made 






Infirmary Adds 
A New Nurse 

The personnel of the North 
Georgia college Infirmary has 
been strengthened by the addi- 
tion of Miss Alice S. Meadows. 
She arrived here on March 31 
from Emory University Hospit- 
al where she had been serving 
in the capacity of a private day 

Miss Meadows was born In 
Crawfordvllle. Georgia. She liv- 
ed there until the age of five 
when her parents decided to 
move to Augusta. There she at- 
tended the Augusta grammar 
schools and later graduated 
from Tubman High schooL 

Shortly after her graduation 
she entered the old Athens Nor- 
mal school at the University of 
Georgia. Then she returned to 
Augusta and spent several 
months nursing at the Univer- 
sity Hospital there. 

Her studies took Miss Mead- 

vs up North. She took a post- 
graduate course In nursing and 
anesthesia at Chicago, 111. 

Miss Meadows Is a mild-man- 
nered, publicity-shy lady who 
is 'the very embodiment of the 
typical efficiency of her pro- 
fession. Although her position 
Is only temporary at present, 
we hope Miss Meadows will de- 
cide to remain In our midst We 
are only too glad to welcome 
newcomers to North Georgia 
College. 



urate history of |lt. 



all past 

for a dance and hanquet to be 
held each year following the 
present year. 

Cadets and veterans are all 
alike within the fraternity and 

the plans of the fraternity fur 

the coming years are broad. It 
our hope to establish enough 
pitai to once again poAStM 

fraternity house and furnish 



THE SMART SHOP 

I.ADIKS' READY Tn WEAK 
GAINESVILLE GEORGIA 



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tlonal activities and clean, 
wholesome sportsmanship. There 
is a physical and mental vigor. 
a spiritual uplifting, a charac- 
ter-building element In BltueUcfl 

be disregarded 

yame of life, and it 

paratton thai the G i 

The Clllfa H 

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which can 
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participation m cle in 
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This quarter being 
er things one of the highlight* I 
of the Rec Social CaJ 
formal May Dance ' 
May 17 It U through 
forte that the Rec < 

10 make the life of I 
each girl just a little richer andl 
to make NGC Jus« 3 Utile better 
place for that girl to spend her i 
college years 



PARLEY'S GRILL 



GAINESVILLE JEWELERS 

The Store with ttai Blue Tile Front on the Square 
I ii. I. e. GEORGIA 



SMITH'S 

four Headqiurtm for All I 
SANDWICHES DRINKS LUNCHES 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Winter Quarter 
Dean's List 

Uams, Fred 
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. . , Baker, .l"lm '1'h.i. 
Bell. Joel T. Biles, Claude S 

John E. Brooke, 
Brown, Frank K I 
rian Frances Brow n 
Brown, Ua 
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Calvert, Whalte Moi 
max Clifton 

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vis, Billy DeVene, I 

. iRant, Betty Jane Dy 
■■■: hi, Marilyn 



Bradley D. Bdmondson. Sybil 
Elizabeth Elder, Willi II El 

lis, Meredith B. Fai ■ 

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Paul i.:. in. ii Green, Fame i 

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Lamar .lames Jackson. William 

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Johnson. 

Mary Ruih 
Jones, William Kej ■ 

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raond Law. Frank 1. Lay ton, 
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John E :■'■ 
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Charli ■ G, Magr 

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Adelaide I Ost 
C. Palmei P 

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Ina Smith, John i. Stark, 1 

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Sandwiches — Drinks 

Dahlonega Recreation 
Center 



■ r fi f* Learaa and is a group sport, ine 

■"• *■*• ^ Trahlytans mad-.' first place; the 

74 YFAR^ AGO [Hippolytans, second; Mercure- 

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third: and, 

DUCATION least, the Phi Omicrons t 

fljDuihl it,.,:, ire h y making fourth place. 



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going to be a good bit of com- 
petition. Thii spirit is not only 
among the girls, but several 
boys have already offered then- 
assistance in helping umpire the 
games. They gave their reason 
as wanting to learn to umpire a 
girls' game. Could they have 



the Trah- 
shown their s 

.■■inning 

Will they be Can we now draw a conclus- 

3i' There seems ion as to what will happen this 

ummer, Or will the freshmen 

right step in and show their ability? 

,_'h there i 



: about it, fre?hmen? 



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1 1 '. IND DRESS 

In preparing blng foi pu 

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J. and B.'s SHOE SHOP 



DAHLONEGA. GEORGIA 
W, I>. .in Preach— But We Do Save Sol« 



LET'S SHOW OUH 
ADVERTISERS THAT IT 
PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN 

THE CADET BUGLER 



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Collego friends havi .,;■■■ mei here to discuss the 
i'i -■ it is that you have con- 
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filed during 
ai the 36 local offices of the 

,,, iiji.i Stale Employment Ser 

ed "Such claimants, of course, 
are eligible if they are 
for suitable work and 

require ments of the law " 
Mr. Huiet pointed out that no 
claimant will be eligible if he 
unduly restricts the type of em- 
ployment he will accept. 

■ impose a severe 
their availability 
aMhtf outset in that they gener- 
ally will accept work only for a 
short period in the summer." he 

"In view of this strict limita- 
tion and the fact that students 
on vacation normally accept un- 
r.. in agriculture, can- 



ithei seasonal Industri- 
al limitations by the 
claimant which preclude this 
type 'if employment will be ex- 
131 carefully to deter- 
ment- whether they affect his 
availability for work " 



Course Offered 
In Photography 



is to be offered during 
term of summer school, 
rse will require two 

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y and only one three- 

...■ ,, fairly 

ra si much of the 

Ice work in 
■mg photo- 
. , .ii go brief- 
,.,.i chemli 
ind will In- 

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I) chemical 

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;i .l- n< lulling v.h kuis 

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lg i 5) color photogra- 



The graduation 
be held Sunday afternoon, June 
8. at 3:30 o'clock. Immediate-v 
following the exercises there 
will be a reception, or lawn par 
ty if the weather permits. spon> 
the Home Ec club 
All the student-; anil friends anil 
parent • are Invited, 

Saturday afternoon will be 
filled with interesting social 
events. Saturday afternoon the 
alumni of North Georgia 

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get-together. There will jlso 



1 give 






iiary parade Saturday afternoon. 
The climax will come Saturday 
night in the form of a dance 
The Cadets will be tired from 
■ i- but the dance will 
be their means of resting The 
week end ;■■ 

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ncelted?" 

"Conceited' Why, he joined 
world could see 



N.G.C.R0TC 
M\ is Inspected 

The government inspection of 

unit of North Georgia 

■ i a 8 and 9. 

The 1 inspection was carried out 

U K Holmes, Li 

C« I William N Holm, one other 

■i .in enlisted man. 

They arrived here May 7. 

Thursday afternoon many 

- ■ virion,, 



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veiupment, and individual wea- 

and efficiently. An examination 

on motor maintenan 

on Friday morning Written ■-* 

is. The 

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. i Service 
■ luartcrs 
1 1 will b 

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peetlon North Geor- 

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i .. ( ..,-.,i 1M paction 
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,-ill leave 



Army "pre-fab", will 

litary depart 
first floor 

ces, and a limited 
orage space. The main por- 
on of the second floor will be 
;ed as a stage and auditorium 
Iso there are two offices and 
ilet facilities upstairs, A small 
of reconditioning still 
to be completed before 
building wil be occupied, 
e offices that the milltar) 
■ant in the base- 
library will be 
changed into a book storage 
rom and a booh repali 

.v.uhiMe tlu- militai's 
, In^roum* in the basement 

Barnes Hall will be redicorated 
an d converted Into ddrmltoi | 
rooms This conversion 

bring a slight relief (o North 

Georgia's ling problem 

Work "ii the '■' " , " 1 flooi 
buirdlrtg li.r- 
Thls may be © 
jdered fail Indli i r i-" thai the 

building "il " I 

September 1. l f '-'T. uHlniugh the 

. . allowed until De 

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ter will find \'..ni, nenryi,, \utn 

out one Its mo3i res] i and 

besl liked staff members Upon 

vmplelion • •( acade v ■ < I. ,,. 

this quarter, June LI, Colonel 
Hutt ii"i -.mi will end 21 years ol 
■■-' * Ii e to the college and 24 
years since he flrsi came to 
North Georgia College as a tu- 
dent in 1923. 

Col i Huti herson 

North Georgia College 
a student i 
uated In Jum 
Degree 



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EXAMINATION SCHEDULE SPRING Ql 



'I know a good joke" 
Really?" 

Yeah, but I hate to 
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from 1930 to 1940. 
During 1940 he entered ths 
Army and was detailed as ai il 
t.uit Professor ol Mill 
ence and Tactic al NGC. In 

194 1 he bei ■ PMS&T, and 

ni.iiiii.ini ol \i in-. Spei loll; 

I 
pei -niinei .ii the \i mj tat loned 
ai the ■ oil !■'■ i" engage In aca 
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tin capacity until Si ptcmbei 
1946, .it « hleh date i i 

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turned to the position ol c 

mandani ol cadet al the college. 
Por ei ■■ 

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I -tlwduleri 1 
regular instructor. 



Rec Club Formal 

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Student Government For N. G r C? 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 



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; .in Satterfleld, Joe Thrasher. Alan 
, John Hyde. Keith England, Judy Palmer. 

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the matters at hand. 
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What Do You Think? 



, provol ■ part of .-'ii 

college citizens on the campus, we 
shnri articles to preseni both 

"Shoulfl Georgia Adopt the Two-Party, Uuli.r Tli ■ 

One-Party, System of Government 
YES 
By John VacknKwk; 
Should Georgia break 



Individuals ha' 

' 

student 
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But, II handled in a wi i < lear-mlnded fashion, 

■■ ..•Fiinii-iir could knit more closely together 
ol North Georgia, give the students a gres 

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from her antiquated 

and inaugurate the two-party 

Many G 
now coming around to that point 
of view. Recent political events 
have spotlighted lh 

The greatest argument for the 
one-party system Is tradition, 

u howevei ■ Id 

have gone out with the home 
and buggy The young people 
of Georgia ne.-.l in i.«.k fo.w.ud, 

not backward, Ln po ■ al 

ters. Aside from the adi 

age gained within Lhi 

■,:,. .■... lid 

net Georgl.i B 9 Ml "' i" 1 

tige in national politic i H 

Georgia wen 

national ji-l ■ 

attention In the w,i> "( federal 

appropriations, el< , hom i-illu i 

■ , major national pai 
Ilea. Ab II 

■ 

■ - ! the if- can pai 

tt does nol waate ■>■ oi »1 

fort on a hop! li 

Furthermore, if Geornl.i had 
a normal, healthy polttii al iltu 

a within the i ili the '■'■■' 

would be 
. 

,,. i„ n n nould be in itcad ol In 
the prln ai 

■■■- • Ic ■ ' ' ■'''" ""' 

el up bj polltli Ian ■ 

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tin- good ol the \ lie, i"" the 



primary elrfti.m .";■■ ,■ 

t here It be- 






HO 

Hy C. I- Woi lej 

: . ii Iteen said I 

peopli 'ii" ■ tl) i lied ■■■• 

Il iii.i know what 

best for themselves We h 
in the inn . pi 

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feel left oul ol 

poKL- it in »aii- to expound 

what i believe to be the e 

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■■;.. Wi ol i la ■!■■■ i bi ig 

aboul oui politic . fai -■■■■ h ' ■■ 
i,.,. i mora publicity (unfevor 
able) than anj othi i < its In 
the i ,,!..(, if one party i an do 

thl - Bn we ejtpft i i ■ i"" 11 

two? i believe lha Ito 

gla ha had a tl >ugh nous 

cleaning of state polltli 






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nupi polltli al in" hlne 

ii Georgia pi i want an 

I warning ol 

their State, l.-i t 

from the old horae and buggy 

traditions, adopl fl tiwc prfttj 

. real gu- 



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i ., | clitli anj ■ leanei oi 

lata, i,. i the . . . i r 1 1 - i.i' Uon thai 

have mad polltli ■ i ' 

m ,,i m .ii gain control ol the new 
poi ties 

... 

■a in bn 'i thi 10II1 ■- 1 itli 

.1 ol the itate How i an 

i i ih. r&< tlo ■>■■ try 



del i.i' ■■' 

ii Is the Incere de Ire ol every person on the campus and 

ii.. i.. i with the college to make N. G. C. a better school, to 

be Burs that tains Its position as one of the state's "top 

colleges " II this— then the cadet 

i for it' 
share in formulating the rules that govern i 
In adhai Ing to and 1 1 

student gov« nmanl ooun 



benefits not only 
heads, and lhi 



i, student government 
'., It is necessary first 
, capable of handling 



thi tudem them elves, inn the 

In man] olleg 
ha proved extremely luoceaaful. Of euu 

0J .'II fOI thl tUdani to ■■<■ i.hemsel' 

the responalbllllte Involved Since N G C Is now a senior 
'ip'Ti k'l.oiuai go directly Into responsible 

I"' Itioll . I Jltll-1 III. II -i l.-I\ ll.lll-.l 

would beJ ■ -■ fin- :j|,|>.'M I., . .in, 'ii tn |i*arn now the principles in- 

volv.-d iii ;.-!( ... ;., \i-tiiinent. And n ihoilld not Ih- dlftlnilt to find 

■ adei -in.i co-ed . , prai tl al lense ol 

value to i;u the itudeni bodj along lines oi itralght thinking 



BARN SCENES 



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iludy hall, 



in. ■ i 

governoi 

with the 



,,„ Qpobli "i di iqi 
. people' cholco ol 
rjnlea a now partj 
in pose and platfoi m 

Ii .„,.,.,,, , i.. i in. .i i .mi 

against two pi ■ i ' tidei pn ■ 

i 
. alousy. 



GREETINGS 



College friend* have always uirl linv 
matters on the oampufl ami here II i* lliid you have i 
tinually brought your dates to enjoj our 

TOASTED 8ANDWI0HBS, HOI OHOCOIiATK 

FOUNTAIN DELICACIES, HOT COFFEE 

A CLEAN Q 1MB OF BILLIABDS 



GRIFFIN'S 

"Where College Friends Meet" 
DAHLONEQA, GEORGIA 



CLASSIFIED 



I'l I in SNAKK, 

CD ro ba the besi 
rained cadi ■■ ol 104' Pred W 

u .. n n I at li 

Bra eg i to bi tended foi 

l( ■ worli in prepi thi ti iop 

Who iatd Cain wa 

■ i mi adl 
.hi idol, i 
married now So » h tl 

■ ih S.? 
1:1 \ .mi ol cloths ■ 

'"' Si m i.'.i.i-. i-.-. ii 

l-i il \n 
ll I'l I TO l -N \KK 

■ I " Po i"' the besi 

drilled .-.id. ■ , ... i ■;. i . -,■ 

LEN. 
Woilce i. Iterebj 

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vis 



•MARTHA GI.VN 

WAN'TED— Mm- I. nil whip (or 

'nd p. i mil niiiit.it v clan — 
CAPT. ARM, 

OTII E n ■ 

' "'LI In".', drop .' note In the 

i sttei ■ to the Edttoi box 
ah couples wishing to |oln 

plea •■ meet on 

■ \t.,x M 
H$:15 p m 

"i ICE i >Iy ih irl Club 

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tell 



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Notice to all cadel 

een lying 

rd Hall 

"■■ noi membei i o( a Harem— 
■ ■Hi-, jnbathlng. Keep 






NOTICE i am noi 

■ -.■ hair oil ids! 

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:. " |" i, ,■ ,,!,( 

vloxatlon, — i 
BRl NO" 



BAYONET 

Bet SAM AKIN'S' folks would 
like U see their prodigal son 
PHYLLIS, cant you spare him 
for just one free week-end? 

iilble ahead for DIMP- 
LE BURCH now that MARV 
JANE HEDDEN is coming 

What's happened to those 
boys who used to be classed 
among the leading Romeos of 
N. G. C— frinstjriL-e, CHARLIE 
DAVIS JIMMY WOODDV, AL- 
VA MASHBURN? 

I thought that JOE BLACK 
and ANN UPCHURCH were def- 
initely "on the outs" forever and 

privilege, though. 

Girls, you better grab 'em and 
growl while the grabbin's good. 
Just the last coupla weeks have 
seen a lot of eligible men go. 
Look at Deaton, Chastain, Hot- 
land, Thomason. 

Why has ANNE KLING 
wearing make-up? May- 



Summer is here, 

And it's hot as all gdt-out. 

— so call for Gardner's open air 

BLODGETT: Hiya Joel 
KELLY, BLEDSOE, WORL- 
JOHNSTON, IJROOKE 



EY, 
Hiya loe' 

KITTY just can't forget MAN- 
TON WILSON, it seems. She'5 
just trying to take his brother 
as a temporary substitute. 

Fearless Fosdlck is married 
now — so what're you waiting on. 
GAILEV? 

Congratulations from every- 
one to HENRY HOLLAND and 
his bride; FLOYD CHASTAIN 
and his, MAX THOMASON and 
his, and HUBERT DEATON and 



i all i 



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tial student at NGC By 
I mean PROF. FREEMAN'S 
new-born git I ( 'mitiratulations, 
MB WI' MRS FREEMAN. 

\\ e ■ ■ right here and now 
that JOHN RANDOLPH doesn't 
let any grass grow under his 
feel Bui ive could suggest 
Razor Blades, 
Couldn't we, ALBNE? 

,::t keeping 
up with the Winder boys' repu- 
atlon very well Wha t'a the 
natter, can't you find a girl 

Lite enough, JERRY"' 

Claudia greene is real 
Judging by the way she looks 

at whats-his-narne. and by the 
Way they hold bands. 

The hermits like henry 
MILES, BOB STEWART. BOB 
KHhKMAN, BR1TT. etc.. must 

: reading about (hesi 



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The City Shoe 
Shop 



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PARLEY'S GRILL 



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: L) night dances BTC 
it Griffin 
m the approved list Where 
e thai las' 
.■ a date? 

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3BLL — HELEN TATUM In 
■ .piny necklines 

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:ieavvn fm ! 

ice last Re«- 

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Makes Uft 
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BOOK REVIEW 

The following list of books 
was published by the American 
Library Association and includes 
:,- which are consider- 
ed "i.ntu,ianding" ones of perma- 
nent value or of immediate sig- 
nificance with wide appeal. A 
jjiorl explanatory note follows 
each book so that you may be 
aided in the selection of a com- 
panion for your leisure hours. 
Copies of any of these books 
may be obtained In the library. 

Barbour— "A- NATURALIST'S 
SCRAPBOOK" — A miscellany of 
reminiscences on the author's 
experiences in museum keeping, 
and personal adventures in col- 
lecting. 

Beard— "WOMAN AS FORCE 
IN HISTORY'— Survey of wo- 
man's position in Western civi- 

Bridge — "SINGING WAT- 
ERS"— A travelogue of Albania 
in the 1930's. 

Bulosan— "AMERICA IS IN 
THE HEART"— Experiences of 
a peasant boy in Luzon wr 
came a recognized writer. 

Butcher — "MY THREE 
YEARS WITH EISENHOWER 1 
—Personal and military diary by 
the naval aide and friend of 
General Ike. 

Chute— "GEOFFREY CHAU 
CER OF ENGLAND"'— A hi 
egraphy and crilical analysis. 

Clapper— "WASHINGTON"— 
of Washington life and person 

Curbett— "MAN-EATERS OF 
KUMAON"— True accoui 
tiger hunts in India. 

Crow — "EPIC OF LATIN 
AMERICA"— Interpretatio 
many phases of Latin Ame 
Development. 

Dean — "FOUR CORNER- 
STONES OF PEACE"'— Summa- 
ry of documents from confer- 
ences at Dumbarton Ookes. Yal^ 
ta, Mexico City, and San Fran- 

Dos Passos— "TOUR OF DU 
TYV— A reporter's impressions 
"l mnditions in the Pacific and 
Germany. 

Dreiser— "THE BULWARK" 
—A Quaker's unsuccessful at- 
tt-'mpt to keep his five children 
away from worldly influences 

Fast— "THE AMERICAN"— 
Kl< initialized biography of John 
P Aligeld, onetime governor of 
Illinois. 

Fowler— "A SOLO IN TOM- 
TOMS"— The author's boyhood 
do, his first jobs, and 
finally courtship and marriage. 

Gould— "YANKEE STORE- 
KEEPER'— Reminiscences of a 
Maine storekeeper and under- 

Greenslet— "THE LOWELLS 
■\N r [> THEIR SEVEN 
WORLDS'— History of the dy- 
and brilliant Lowell fam- 



Day i 






Till; I'ADKT I.Q.LKK 

\THE DETECTOR 



CASE 



Jackson — "THE 

AGAINST THE NAZI WAR 
CRIMINALS"— A record of 
crimes and estaKshment of 
military tribunal. 

Kravchenko — "i CHOSE 
FREEDOM"- Personal record 
of an ex-Soviet official. 

La Farge _ "THE SUDDEN 
GUEST""-In the 1944 hurricane 
J New England woman relives 
her experience in the 1938 

Lamb — "ALEXANDER OF 
MACEDON" - Biography 
Alexander the Great. 

Liebman — "PEACE 
iMIND"— Psychology and 
i"ii combined for understanding 
jh.I solving of social problem: 

Logan— "■NEGRO'S FAITH IN 

A MERICA" — Discussion of 

both black and white 



lly ■ 



and 



'ribuied to the growth of the V. 

Halsey— "COLOR BLIND" — 

Plea for a better understanding 

li i.il groups. 

K.r ,y— 'HIROSHIMA"— Re- 

jiory of six survivors 

mic bomb at Hiroshl- 

Howe— "WE HAPPY FEW— 

• the life among a small 

I i;.,. . i: ,, professors and 

■ 

Hughes— "NO TIME FOR 

' T EARS"_Native Hansans ac- 

■ : . i i ■ ,■■■■ n ■ 

■DOCTORS EAST. 
DOCTORS WEST"— A doctor's 
tiOT >' of changing China and its 
I healing. 

— "MIDWEST AT 

■Personal record of an 

in the Middle 



■ 



relations. 

McWillia 
HEARN"- 

personality allowed him 



lore democratic r 

s — "LAFCARDIO 
Biography of 

whose complex 



Moore— "SPOONHANDLE" — 
.Maine coastal family story. 

Perkins— "THE ROOSEVELT 
I KNEW"-The former Secreta 
ry of Labor gives a portrait of 
President Roosevelt as she knew 

Pyle— "LAST CHAPTER" 
Describes the life of Ernie Pyle 
as shared with Army and Navy 
men in his last assignment. 

Quezon — "THE GOOD 
FIGHT"— The late president of 
the Philippines tells of his coun- 
try's struggle for freedom. 

Richter— "THE FIELDS" — 
Farm life in Ohio in early days 

Roosevelt— "AS HE SAW IT" 
—Reports the aims behind the 
■ ■"tiferences that shaped victory 
and outlined peace. 

Schmitt — "DAVID THE 
KING"— The old story of David, 
King of Issael, told in modern 






i Bur- 



ma after retreating with Still- 
iv ell to India. 

Sevaried— "NOT SO WILD A 
DREAM"— Journalist's account 
of events leading up to World 
War II. 

Sharp — "BRIT A N N I A 
MEWS"— Long chronicle of Ad- 
elaide, who survived the bomb- 
ings in a squalid London slum. 

Sheean — "THIS HOUSE 
AGAINST THIS HOUSE" — 
Narrative and interpretation of 
the writer's war experiences. 

Starting - "STARLING OF 
THE WHITE HOUSE"— Life 
of a man who guarded five 
presidents. 

Stowe— "WHILE TIME RE- 
MAINS'— American destiny and 

'an Paasen - "EARTH 
ULD BE FAIR"— Picture of 
num. Holland, before the 



•\ ith a que_-.t 



cil, and a notebook i i> u i sans lie- 
detector), The Cadet Bugler con- 
ducts a poll. The object is to de- 
tect the undercurrents of opin- 
ions on pertinent subjects 
around the campus. We have 
-■iideavurc-d to get a fair cross- 
Some people claim we eat to 
live, I'thers that we live to eat. 
Whichever be the case, we are 
all agree that eating is of vital 
importance. Thus, our question 
for the week is. "What Is Y'our 
Opinion Of The Food In The 
North Georgia Dining Hall?" 

BOB WOOTEN. looking like 
he is very well-fed cm steaks, po- 
tatoes, and Grade A milk, ans- 
wered very briefly: "Too many 
grits, too much bologna." 

JOHN COWART. in his usual 
debonair manner, was more ex- 
plicit "The food itself tastes 
O. K. and there is plenty of it, 
but it doesn't look parlucularly 
appetizing. You know, trays not 
too clean, meat well mangled, 
and that sort of stuff." 

ELOISE COGBURN made a 
n jii< ally feminine reply, with an 
eye to calories 'n such: "We have 

me that more fruit and a variety 
of green stuff would help. I'd 
like iced tea instead of water for 
lunch now that It is spring. I 
really go for those corn muffins 
and rolls, though." 

BEN YARBROUGH thinks 
he needs a" bit more sweetening 
"We don't gel as much as we 
could for the money — I'd like to 
see more and better desserts." 

CAROLYN PALMER and 
RANDOLPH SANDLIN Issue a 
joint statement: "We thinl 
food is improving, but 
needs to be much mon 

... But I'm surprised 
they didn't add "Evei 
i good as long as we keep 
sharing our corner table." 

H IROLD CRAIG thinks 

not enough variety in the 
served He says it is like , 
schedule. 

GEORGE K1LPATRN K ,■> - 
hat the food is not on the stand- 
ird of other institutions on the 
:enior level. 



Trip to G. S. C. W. 

The North Georgia College Co- 
eds were well represented on a 
foreign > ampus, believe it or not, 



it Rec Cluh repre- 
• annual G. S. C, V 
y in response to an 
m the Recreational 



There were five colleges par- 
ticipating. Armstrong at Savan- 
nah. Piedmont, I'niversuy ..f 
Georgia. Mercer, N. G. C„ and G 
S W The select "roup who 
represented our collge included 
\udrey Lane Anne Kling, Bar- 
bara Kins, Elsie Harbin, Harri- 
et Hargrove. Mary Ruth Jones, 
Irene Johnston. Frances Brown, 
Lynda Lambeth and Jean White, 
who participated in group 
-ports, that is, who played soft- 
ball and volley ball In non-com- 
netitive games, and Mary Ruth 
Nix Claudia King, Martha 
Crooks, Hetty Saunders, and 
Elolse Cogburji, who played ten- 
nis. 

The elect, chaperoned by Mrs 
Sheets and Miss Burton, depart 
ed from Sanford Hall at 5 o'clock 
Saturday morning, bright-eyed 
and excited, and arrived at the 
CSC. W. Physical Education 
Building just in time to register 
for the day's activities After a 
general meeting and an hour of 



Vug* Tluy 

free participation in various 

sports, our group enjoyed a pic- 
nic lunch on the froi 
Rj -■ 10 P M Hunt;.-, were well 

undei ivaj -our "group sporl ■■ 
girls" had been assigned to 
teams and were rotating from 
volley hall lo Softball and hack 
again, while our "tennis girls" 
: our colors high in 
tournament. We 
were very proud of our four 
girls who were among the six- 
teen In the tennis finals. 

At 7:30 P M . all the particl 

panl- attended .i meeting ■ ailed 

"Play Night," when some of the 
schools (including N G. C) pre- 
sented diort ,kit- representative 
of campus life Everybody seem- 
ed lo have a good time general- 
ly 

re assigned rooms 
i dormitories and 

i meals in the college 



the 

! giv 



cafeteria (the kind of meals that 
make your mouth water when 
you think allout them ) Sunday 
morning, still glowing with the 
aftermath of a wonderful time, 
the girls bade their new friends 
good bye and turned their fai <■•■ 
homeward, 

'he Rec i Hub would like to 

thank Mr Rogers ,m<l Ihose who 
made tin-; trip posslhte, hoping 
that it, will prove hut the first 

mi v Intercollegiate jporta 
a< tlvltlea for our girls 



bet ausi 



TENNIS NEWS 

N G C. for ■;■ 
nee 1942 i- putlng out an inter- 
illegiate tennis team. The 
am has not yet heen picked, 
I had weather interfer- 
,,.,,. tlce : 

has already played two matches, 

with Emory-at-Oxfnrd am! Ci-d 

both of which N. G. C. 

ham -mi baa four match- 
to play. Two are with 

Oglethorpe, one match being 
here ami tl 

Oglethorpe The other two 

Piedmont and 
Emory-at-Oxford here 
Even though the team hasn't 

.quad are Smith. I) 0.; Wllkin- 
! Chastaln, F. T.; 
■ ■ . ■ 
Purcelr, R E l Parmi 

4cl 
Rumble: Slade 1 M 
. W H 
■ Ugh the "?am has 
faced many difficulties in get- 
i and It still ha* many 
i e before it will be a 

DELTA WEDDING" ,, t^.,,,,,, n is making a nacrl- 

■ 



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right — "GENERAL 
INWRIGHTS STORY" — 



m \ki: roi R PLANS NOW 
TO ATTEND THE 

DEDICATION BALL 

7 JUNE 47 

3i loret] bj ilir Cor ! Cadeta 

Idniisaion $1.50 



Mississippi delta ' amil >' life 111 ■ •' PU1 
Wkjte _ -AUTOBIOGRAPHY — 
OF WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE 
editor's story »' ™ 

Whi.f- OIB NEICHBORS. 
THE CHINESE - Interpreta- 



- "LITTLE TRES 

■,-ODERN POETRY" 

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Tips For Amateur 
Photographers 



of ; 



> help ; 



photographer, improve 

Mm, picture-making technique. 

In this article 1 shall discuss 

pes of black and white 

films Black and white film is 

different emulsions for 

I ).ls of picture making 

In making a choice oi whal 

kind of I 

■■ "" - 1 "-' ''"'■ 
.. ity, speed, and grain. 

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a film i" record van ■ 

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5! n i:; ity l° green, blue, and 

■v,,,!,., Cam hi-i.nijtli film i" 1 ' 
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to I-.- lude yellow and red, 

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Bu 1 of-foi u . hi RBllvi II con be 

controlled to d degn e howovi i 

pei lal develop! 

Girls' 

Tournaments 

The main i ■ I aownti 

1 

in ii sirlei arc bodml , 

.,..,, doubli li nnl 
md doublo und 
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have i" en plnyed ire tubli ten 

ind bud i 

lennl ■ ■■ w d Devi > i . Col 

I ' .." '" 'I H Ill.l! ■ WiTi' 



The double table-tennis 
be played soon. 
Many girls have entered these 



The winner nf the li.iilminirm 

King Those who reached the 
semifinals were Anne Kllng, 
Rita Andrews, Belt; 
and Barbara King The lourna- 

. 
he played in 
Mam ,,f the gli h Have been 
■ tennis thl quartei 



Tin: r\iu-,r m i;i.i-:r 

Varsity Baseball 

The first game of the baseball 
season was played with Georgia 
reachers College in Siatesboro 
mi April '' Hogers, with a home 
run, double, and single in five 
timet up, led the i adi 
rurrier, foi North Ge i 
the losing pitcher, gt\mg up ten 
biu. Hail, foi G 1 i 
winning pitcher, giving up 12 

hit*, Three errors by 

,. i ... , ,, ;iv to them. 

Dews 



The Holly Theatre 

Wednesday, May 21 
COCKEYED MIRACLE' 



Thursday and Friday 
"IF I'M LUCKY" 



Saturday 
HELDORADO ' 

Roj Ha 

Week Beginning Mny 20 
Monday and Tucwday 
THE BRENNAN GIRL " 



W dnenday 
HOME SWEET HOMICIDE 



Thursday und Friday 
■THE PLAINSMAN 



Saturday 
SUN VALLEY CYCLONE' 



Mondoj and Taeidaj 
■NO LEAVE, NO LOVE 



Wednesday 
8UN VALLEY SERENADE 
Bonjii U«nie, Jolin Poym 



Thursday mid Kn.l.u- 
THE MIGHTY KoQUIRK 



J. & B's. SHOE SHOP 



■ 

oo loi— a 

G.TJ pEO 021 31 x— 8 
i hi eeond game, April 10, 

,,ni, i oi «,., ai Bavannah ■■■■■■ 
i ailed in the flr i d! the fifth in- 

:,:,,:.■ ,i r.-.in The game 

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ii i 3 2—6 

. i, . 

i.h W.-stl.TIl 

i hi,.. I i;n In i in < ulli-iwhe'-. 

: i Vprll |l '. ■'■■■ ■ y "' 

i '.,,i, i i ulbreth 
G.I 
llh Turner coming In In the 
imli i,i..i:.n. .ill--' ' ■■ 

v. g fOI ■■•• ' I 

C ii" i :h with two and 

hondiei * ith "" led the hit- 
I | . :.., ,, i The final 
icoro wo i l-D 

0,1 001 A ii 000 5 

r,i i i o o ■ i 

i . i opened ii home ea- 

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practlcoU) 

...... i, hi OWII \- ' I'V r.illi'.-lliiH 

I...,, in- ■■■<■ time .,i bai 

i wo -I M i louble 

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hit hard foi ' 

... me runs. 

the iccond wil mate 

ntaoard 81mm . pitc! 

Pli dmoi 

, T i;n ii, team . hn hi ■■■<■ ii-. '■■ ' 

Pled i ■■ ■ I 1 'I ii m 

The ' 'ndel '■' """ ' 

. i played on 

M.r. i, i wa won ■• 

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In- Wil imlli il lin I'll" Ii lull.! 

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plate ihrei 



Col. Hutcherson 
Leaves College 

from front page) 
Commendation Ribbon- 
As a student at North Georgia, 



ier <•< the baseball team and 

„. Idenl of the first officers' 

, ,,, liege In addition, 

president of the Btu- 

! during his senior 



Tuesday, May 20, 1947 



With an eye 
wish Colonel 
best life can offer to some one 
who has helped the many thou- 
sands of students who have at- 
tended North Georgia College 
in the past two decades. 

His many friends, both pres- 
ent students and alumni, wish 
Colonel Hutcherson a fond fare- 



vetl 



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SQDA FOUNT MAGAZINES 

NUNNALLY'S DANDIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

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Louii C I'.,, „t. Prop. 

Spei dj , Prii ■ . ■ i ■ ■ 1 1. pi .,, .i !,. s en „., 
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UD Oil PRODI i in BSSO MOTOR nil. 
vi i \- I IRKS, ACCESSORIES 
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General Merchandise 



N'ORTH OKORG, \ , OU.EGE 

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VOI R ll, , 

ROBERT M MOORE 



^ Cadet Suolei 



The Voice o; 



f North Georgia College ^ 



Ralph McGill To 
Be Guest Speaker 
Here October 31 



Debate Team 
Is Organized 

: Senate of North 



and i 






>f chapel programs will be 
nted to the student body 
: all quarter. The first of 
programs will be Religious 
gjnphasfs Week, which will be- 
ll Tuesday. October 21 and con- 
iue through Friday. October 
Dr. Waights Henry will be 



Mr 



Ralph McGill, Editor of 
tlanta Constitution will 

it the chapel session, Octo-' 



On November 7. Ben Perrier 

present his own story of 

e water exploration from 

ka to Hudson Bay. Bob 

d presents "Dramatic Adven- 

• wiih Chalk". November 24, 

The '■Guardsmen" Quartet will 

ilurn to us November 14. 

On December 8. the "Little 

inharmonic Orchestra" from 

llcago will present a program 

classical semi -classical music. 

■ : "rehe.stra has approxi- 

Th<?se programs have been ar- 
nged f<. r ynur pleasure. Come 



The Forens 
Georgia College has been 
ganized this year on the s 

quality that last year 



Elsie Short Elected 
To Southeastern 
Home Ec Office 



The Southeastern division, 

e American Home Economics 

_ ssociatlon met Oct. io and 11 

produced a winning debate team. al a banquet in the Poinsett 

planned, and J Hotel ballroom in Granville, 

compete with [South Carolina. The objects of 

meeting 



iMuch work 
debate trips 
other schools and colleges fore- 






: year for t 



From' the many qualified stu- 
dents at the college, some new 
bers have been invited to 
iew life and interest Io this 
which has helped in many 
to establish North Georgia 
je as one of the senior edu- 



CAMERA CLUB 
NEWS 

Camera Club has met 

me* this quarter to date 

at its last meeting 

lub Officers for the 

Ruby Upchurch was 

'resident; Joe Thrasher, 

l' m: Quillian Coker. 

Tommy Satterfield 

e; tin r 



■ ' onsistlng uf the top 

lub officers. Ruby Up- 

■ ' ommittee chairman. 

plans to present sever- 

i ihe present 

1 "" the club and to 

[oi the stu- 



gia College, second vice-chair 
and Iris Wanda Miller of 
Lander Collge, Greenwood, S. C, 



ate. A complete roster of the 

iw members will be printed in 

ie next issue of the BUGLER, 

This year the officers of the 
Forensic Senate are: President. 
Helen Pierce; President Pro- 
tera, H. J. Miller; Clerk, Jean 
Wilson; Treasurer, Sergearft-at- 

Arms, John A. Yackuboskey, jthis two-day workshop confer- 
Chaplain. Quillian W. Coker; ence. the states being Alabama, 
nd Senate Whip, Ira New. j Georgia. South Carolina, North 



workshop conference and to elect 
officers for the new year. 

Elsie Short and Miss Bessie 
Lee Freeman represented North 
Georgia College at this con- 



ELECTION RESULTS INDECISIVE 

rked by 



on October 15. 

for the office of President of tbe ! 
and President of the J 



and ballot 

Class, Secretary of the Senic 

Class tied, necessitating an early rt 

Robert L. Johnson lied for President of the SenL. ... 

id Thomas C. Gailey tied for Prest'denTo? the'ju'ntor 
" L. Upchurch, 11-11. for 



. 9-9; Colon 



2-1-24: Tommy Satterfield tied lie, 



Secretary of the Senic 

Conversational 
Hour To Begin 



The Forensic Senate is this 

year sponsoring a Conversational 

which topics of interest 

above and beyond the level of 

City. Tenn, chairman; Jean De- 



ference. 
Student officers elected 

Mary Dougherty of Car- 
discussed. The Forensic 
, decided to sponsor 
.strong Junior col- L n „, „ . 
i. «__. .... . . | tional Hour in order 

expressed need for additional 



George David easily outstrip- 
ped his opposition for President 
"f the Sophomore rL,,.,^ .,,.,„., 



nlellectual t 



for practice debates 

schools and colleges this fall. 

The debate teams will make 

extended trips later in the year. 
;t only tentative plans have 

been made for these trips; but 
least one of the trips will give 
i members of the Forensic 
nate debate teams an oppnr- 
lity to compete in major de- 



N. G. C. ODDITIES 



i . tries! i adel perfori 

h hie-k -hie dan. 

baffled professor. 



sity." 

The main purposes of i 
will he to help achieve 
total out of many different 

ispects of life; to fneus. academic 

earning fnio some definite per 
""il evaluation and to develop 

hereby a teohnlq f thinking, 

u-olina, and Tennessee. | The sponsors hope that these 

Short is a Junior here at ^"salons may become 
North Georgia and „ prudent "'" '""- '"' * r "" 'nU-llerUnl 
of the Home Economics Club ' , ,n " ,Mrv '."'' ,m ' u,s r,f Nonh 

Under Elsie's guidance the Home I _ 
Economic? Club is planning a 
year. On Oct. 6 the 
club entertained the freshman 
girls by having a reception for 
them. Last night they initiated 
the freshmen members into the 

represf.-nia1.ives to the state 
workshop on Oct. 31. This ha: 
planned to be held at Pirn 
Mountain Last year the North 
Georgia Hub won 1st prize 
hest repori submitted in 



comfortable 
?arest opponent's 54, 

" ■' raulty h a ii ot the 

"""■'■'" Treasure. o| the s,„„„ 



fill.-.i ; 



The i 






i off. 



■id will I 
■ that ill 



Free Week-End 



S\ii.-'-f little t"ir, In,.. 

her i ompanions thai thi 

lighting in the cafeteria at din- C ft „ f) r \f\\\^r 31 
me reminds her of 'a night I Ul UI.IUUCI J I 

club back home " _. 



F ■ ' ..II--. 

nif fi-orn ill ill sue,'!,'. ■' 

i..i of mllitai ■ field Into a 

'■■-..: ■ -.I.-.. ■ . . 



The news of an event that Is 

of Interest tt> thi - oed i 

-.. it. i -■:,- , . ,i i- 1 .-■ 
,;:■ begin Oi tober II, 

al i 00 i "d "<h1 

3 : 30 p m Follow!] 
■ 

i ii im i "'i p m 

■ 



of the weekly discussions. 

There will he no assigned speak 

participation In the 0166 1 

mi,' 9 111 be open to Interested 
itudents nn<l faculty members. 

Mnnli-i-,iioi- will h,_. present ;if 
meetings to keep the dis- 
cussion on the general theme of 

hour Bach person presenl v. [1] 
be given an opportune I 

■ i. i on the jubjei I 
for dl i usalon If he io de ilres, or 
he may listen if he wishes 

' lonversatlonal Hour 



"' ther offices follows: 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
PRESIDENT— 
A. H, Craig 

Roben nson 

V K Mi i-'!,., rr. 
\ ICE PRESIDENT— 

Claude S Boatwrlght i 
Ben i ' ITnrbrough 
SEORETAR1 

''■■ - Satterfield i 

Ben i I pchurch i 

11 • tOR CLASS OFFICERS 
PRESIDENT 

1 tolon R. Brltt 2 

Thomas C Galley - 

\ [CE.pRESrDEN I 
Harold i d.indi, i 
Charlw L Stewart 2: 

SEl m TAR1 

udrej Lam u 

li f viaehbum g{ 

n.i- VS1 RER 

1 red Lee is 



i,,,i„- 



still 



h.'-id l->hi;,v' 'iF-iol.,-1- -1 '■'"'""Minti- ' I \8\ OFFICES 

00 P m In 1: 7. 1,., ,- PRESIDE ■ 1 

Pi Ice He 1 ■' Georgi 1 101 id f,o 

Malcolm Olbb n 

..- mbei are Invited tfoi h 14 1 [am in 

attend whethei or nol the) j- ; 
to i.-ii-.- pari ta thi 

1 ■ i 1 ao 



the ' lub bj -■"Hi'-- 1 denl dazed b 

.- 

H- pun iiii-ni ,-Iim! My ii| hy tied '.'. ■ 

Hiffma Theta 

In, 1 n |ng ii '.-'"" ■ "* '" 

placed In the Vlevt< Of f leers 



Pan-Hellenic To 
Sponsor Fall 
Quarter Dances 



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fiybe YOL Are Somebody tAsef 



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tape thr m.rU <•( today 
10/ron > Alter 

WET BUGl ■ e/fooriflg. /' 

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.thii|> '■■ ''■' iilih tI«.,t ihe women would :,:i 

" 1 " j" e be .;ni fled ■■■■■ ith peai e a id 
1 ''"' " e would return home, sladlj d ill | 

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ltd her firs! 

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had dropped i bomb ■ 

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GUEST SPEAKER ""f™^ 



[Sometimes faculty members 
aV e -something on their chests" 
hat they would like to pass on 
itudents; sometimes students 
•olid like to know if their facul- 

Mpg except assignments and 

FOr better mutual under- 

THE BUGLER is 

igurating a new feature, 

, ■ iker." For our first 

■ asked Dr. Roscoe 

of the Math. Depart- 

expound on any suh- 

1 he chose DEMOCRACY 
OB ELSE. 

truly ileum, ratii siare lui- 
existed anyw here in the 
The best we have had 
been hardly more than 
■ gs toward th ideal of 

; ureat danger 
lestroyed. The danger 

speak is not external 
today very 

■ 
■ 



The practice of 



Rabbit was- served at the 
Couch House the other night for 
supper. There ensued quite a 
bit of discussion about what 
species of rabbit it was, and of 
possible effects of eating 
rabbit. The complete effects of 
eating rabbit have not yet been 
determined, but it has been de- 
finitely proved that it was jack 



Living on Park Street .in 

Dahlonega has its advantages, 
hut the short cuts to the campus 
are pretty rugged and steep. At 
low 11 ito have 
stated that he wished hi mothei 
had been frightened by a moun- 

Some of the cadel 

have joined a fox-, p^ 
'conn-hunting club. They are 

■;■:;- ahOUl I' 100 

C [del Gene Barnes and 

-tnith wailed up 'til 
Ive one Saturday night 
. realized that the fox 
! been changed to a 
snipe hunt. 



saying that Moore 



i the 



■ ,r if the nation i- let he 

ti 

,* and practice of demo- 

: ks within 

thej There is no 

ing. The mere casting 
. . day is per- 

■ ■ 
,,l the democratic |iraoiices 

"The practice ol 

.pp..-. .1 uniformity 

;,hnut anything— not 

irabllity of 

But'it cannot 

■ 

.. .-.- |, liiri.il iiiTi-- 'I c ' ;n 

- "i groups 

welfare ol othei 
- 
■ 

.,-,.■ 

fiestly, and that Indi- 

. thai the will 
maority hall be the rule 

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.1 ■ 

: ,„... ihe fiifm- 
Lhe group It '- 1ne 
■ 

.. ...,, to openly 
e i ■ 
vhicl I nslders In- 

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their opposition to 
ildered 

■ 
the lash of ll 

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ipected and protected 

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du 

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p .; 

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lying what little th 
u democracy, 
-native*— either 
< on Pagr «> 



We 

tem 'mt iw .1 cadets of the "B 
Lit" (he prepared) class we 
in excursion last* Saturday 
Atlanta Army surplus str 
get some fur-lined sleeping 
-.. And it's a strict rumor, 
[ble, but Linrii'kin 
nty officials have made at*- 
■■ 

i! unidentified lady 

up and down Park 

quite a bi 

me passes > group ol cadets 

■ 

that her' 



BAYONET 

Margaret Maloney is using 
thatthat old "dumb hut beauti- 
ful" line. We know — but thai 
"beautiful" part? 

rley is again practising his 
Mvith-me" technique, but 
Katherine Hallman learns hei 
is well and practices the 



1-..1 Katherine 
. jsing nicely 

i early in the season Ditto 

Evelyn Elli nn I l..i. !■ [ 

- 
- 
However ' I 

■ 



lie Little is the latest edi- 
. "Proud Papa Club" 
Eddie 

Paris advfirtis 



WHO'S WHAT? 






yon > ii ■-. 

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fell you what, lei 

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. than done, 

i : >■ that 
ie came "from I, and bj 



Look, here's Penny Pringle 
Know what? She reminds me 
of Helen Long, the girl that's 
running for Secretary of the 
n Class No, I would 
nm see that she is quite the 
seatierbrain that Penny is, but 
there's certainly a strong re- 
semblance. 

And here's Nancy and Sluggo 
Hazing intently at a movie. 
Thcie's something about their 
expressions that remind me of 
Hubert Wuoten and lean Wilson 
eyeing the Company C-Company 
A football game last Friday 
Why are y. ui laughing^ 1 You 
must already know Woolen and 
Willy. 



Lets 






the 






page Oh! us i.'ii Abner Did 

■ 
ol the fellow that « 
.... 
Lamai Clifton, 

■ 

■ .! .is l.'il Abner. 
Here are the Drlpples, Hor 
ice .ni-i Dottle We have a 

roiijiie goihy :o .-. ho.. 

make you think ■ ' |! "' Dripplei 
ii k and Joe 
. ■ 

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Inter-Collegiate 
Sports Awards 

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lolk-ce competition shall he eligi- 
ble for ;. nack award. 
TENNIS— A player who i 
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-The Foxes of Harrow", is a 
pry of Civil War days. In this 
s the full story of a battle 
»n men of complete dis- 
bar on both aides — sparked by 
. iragilt, handsome, arch-reac- 
, n ary. Hugh Duncan. His life 
$ complicated by his mar- 
ge of a woman driven insane 
tragedy, and by his love for 
jplse Ld-:cals, who would not 
^e him with any other wo- 
—not even his wife. Amid 
clash of armies and races, 
fierce embittered love of 
d and Denise sought ex- 
,..;.;: and fulfillment. "The 
,..:■-' will reaffirm the magni- 
ictit achievement of Frank 
■■.: - Tin.- Foxes of Harrow." 



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a comfortable ties] 
the road. He .st 
Mid Ford and a type- 
il did not stop for 

s.nn he had 

i ei i ry ^tate in the U 

Jume Country" is a definitive 

: rifle Pyle's 

■ g those five years of 

ing It is the kind of 

lling our nation loves — 

b ■ true Amerii ana, by 

■] win' will be acknowledged 

tnagnlflclenl writer In his 

. A Dark Garden' is a 
ntic novel by Frank G- 
[hter, featuring a young 

■i student uf Europe, by 

name of Julian Chisholm, 

kill as a sur- 

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Looking 
Through A Glass 

(Continued from Page 2i 
f you haven't, you should; if 
ou have, what did it mean to 

1 was coming down that range 
f mountains not many days ago 
i the early morning, just as 
ne sun was coming up and the 
-•s was settling down over the 
alleys as if to protect them 
rom the realities of outer civi- 
lization, and the sunlight was 
dancing on the dewdrops that 
yet clinging to the leaves. 

iked as if they might have 
been prisms shooting out rays 

I colors or finely-cut dia- 
monds that catch light just right 
and so sparkle brilliantly. 

Everything was peaceful and 
calm — no wind, no movement, 
just peace — the kind that is con- 
ducive to solitude. It seemed 

all the leaves, all the trees, 
all the ridges, all the coves and 
gaps—the mountains themselves 
— were forming one thing: all 
(mine to form one integrity of 
truth It made all else seem 
nothing; in one instant man be- 
came a trespasser in something 
■ i sublime for his com- 
-he became the tool 
of the tool? that he has created 
to servo himself and lost his 
identity as an individual sojour- 
ner in the world that he can 
alter and adulterate, but never 
; For an instant the 
diamonds of dew h 1 r ■ ■ i ■ 
the only one' worthwhile, and 
our capitalistic world hecame a 
fraud; man-made civilizaticn be- 
came one big deception 

Rut all of it lasted just a 
moment because the car rolled 
on down the mountain, the sun 
dried away the rlew. and the 
realization of college, business. 



and home life again engulfed 

Perhaps autumn served its 
purpose in that one small" in- 
stant — to make the individual 






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think. Of whaf — I don't know 
—just think. Maybe if we un- 
derstand the wisdom 

offer, we would have 1 
cosmic truth — the key 
relation of the universe 



Officers 9 Club 

he Officers' Club has assumed 



"D" Co. News 



Ki-'-hmen 






Up 



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on the campus of the college 
since the present year started. 
The officers were invited to the 
campus to be present for Fresh- 
man Week at the beginning of 
i and helped m sever- 
al wavs in emidtictinc 
in an orderly manner. 

The Club elected Cadel Colonel 
W'eslev B rower as President and 
Cadet Major John Blodgett as 
Vice President Cadet Captain 
Quillian Coker was elected 
Treasurer and Cadet Captain 
Harold Craig as Secretary 

egular meet- 
ea< h Monday night at 
• v. -26. The 
Officers' Club has th, > 

rid support of the 

Commandants e p a v t n t 

which ket | 
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Friday night. October 10, 11-17, 

the Officers' Club 

PMS&T Department of the col 

lose in a ha-krih.ill 'jam.- The 
jcore was •■ ei ; i lose and foi 
time the nul 

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Department won by one point 
Those who attended thoughl it 
s thrilling :ai rhts is one ol 



shaping up fine on the drill field 
and in cooperative spirit among 
the men both at places of resi- 
dence, which incidentally, are to 
a large extent off campus, and 
in organized activities including 
competitive sports 

The company seems to have a 
monopoly on men from Gaines- 
ville and Thomaston, Georgia, 
and if there are any stragglers 
in other companies, they should 
be advised that they have 
m- -I'll the boat " 
The company w 111 joqn find 
olved in the manual of 
with the M-l rlfli 
company \i 

; the ones who have 

■ had any previous instruc 

With the rifle if Captain 

Coker thinks it best. 

Captain Coker says "I think 

B have what It | | 



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Practice for Glee 
Club Underway 

The Glee Club, under the joint 
direction of Mr. Dismukes and 
Mr Booth, is well underway in 
its aim to enable the interested 
students at North Georgia Col- 
lege to express themselves musi- 
cally. At this time practice is 
being held each Thursday and 
Thursday night 

operating with fine spirit, and at 

date it can be seen 

that they will do much to further 

the Glee Club In tis program of 
, joyment ^pproxl- 

in. neh f iti % per cent of the 



Chili pi, ms to -pons,,]' during the 

Pi esident Rogei hat promised 

In the near 

future at 'l- 



The members of the Glee Club 

■ now "U a sacred 
program to be presented in the 
Spring Quarter in churches 
throughout the rtate after it ; 

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( lollege Use- secular com erts 
are planned foi rudlem ■ it 
N G C 

...i,,.,- oi the Glee Club 

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'mainstream Literary 
Quarterly Announces 
Annual Awards 



ie new literary quarterly, 

hieh will complete lie first year 

ith the appearance of its Fall, 

number, announced today 

>S of annual literary .wards 

the sponsorship of the 



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wards of $150.00 each 
Wtll be Offered. Two of these 
ill be presented for the 
1>tsl unpublished short story and 
poem or group of poems sub- 
milted by students in American 
colleges and universities. The 
other two awards will go to the 
) and poem submitted 
by memlK-r- ol trad* imlOM 

This year's competition will 
end March 21, 1948. The win 
ning stories and poems will be 
published in Mainstream. Judges 

or the award* will '■■ 

„f Mainstream, Including Editor- 
in-Chlei Samuel BIHen Dalton 
Trumoo John Howard Law on, 
Howard i b i Meridi i L* Suaur, 
Theodore Ward, and Arnaud 
d'Usseau. 

Manuscripti mould ha ad- 
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mi'-m lng ret ■ 

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Who's What? 

'ontinued from Page 3) 
Tracj with that Item, irapas- 

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he clear-cut, robu 
TOUld probably make a perfect 
detective. How's- about finding 
what's holdin* up the con- 



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comparing 



Ah long 
i ■i,iii,- 

N. G. C. (strange compar- 
?i. i might aa well tell 
you that George David Is a dead- 
ringer for Joe Palooka. Wait 
■ ■■■ that boy jxiund thai 
leather around. As for Dale- 
there la none, at least up in 
BI hilla," 



There's BIot 

Jim you can gui 

look. like. You renumber the 

in .i oouple 

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to make predlO 



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Patrick end 

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See - Saw 

tContviutd from Page 2) 
complished. Those who were 
psychologists lowered 
the belief that enough for the 
Imagination Is too much. And 
.; didn't raised theirs 
to make sure that the imagina- 
tion didn't have anything to do 

with it. 

But, regardless of what they 
thought or regardless of what 
they did, the American man 
gained nothing from this battle 
;-. imagination anil a 
hateful eye. 



Guest Speaker 

(Contifliud "'i Page 6) 
make our democracy a genuine 

dem« racy oi we i" L ' it entirely. 
There are i the] i holce 

■| hi ■■ <■'"•■ I I'irit of demo- 

perfecily expressed by 
the Great Demo* rat who said, 
"I utterly abhor the Ideas you 

,,i ,■ i , |,n iiii- I, ul I v. ill defend 
with my life your right to ex- 

pn ■ them " 



A New Question 
Answer Game 



UBLES Appri 

ly how much did 
spend for jewelry in 1 
Almost UflOOfiOOfiOO 



— C. V J , Birmingham. Ala. 

LONGER LIFE . . . How much 
as man's life expeclancy in- 
creased in the last 100 years? 

In I'.MT the average length of 
fe was about 40 years. Now 

is almost 67 years. 

LONG REACH Who in- 

vented that pole with which your 
grocer picks cans and packages 

■om the top shelf? 

Benjamin Franklin. 

L. M. K., Scarsdale. N. T. 

BELATED BRIDES - - What 
penalty must be paid by brides 
who are late for their wedding 
ceremonies In Bilston, Englad" 1 

One dollar for every fifteen 



Enter-Colleffiate 
Sports Awards 

(Continued from Page 3) 

■■ n) and effl< icni v i 
■ ■■■ vim ii ui award of 
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thai pori 'rii' word "manager" 

bml be ■■■ rltten - In letter 

ol the award 

i .-■■,. iii'-. i man Up ■ ii " 1 

, baracti i hi U bi 
bj the coai hi 
mendationi foi ■ 



WHITE HOUSE TR£E S 
There are 90 different kin^ ', 
trees on the White H gus 
grounds. Which tree is the oil 

An elm planted by John Q uia 



What occj 

Army aptitude i 



SMARTEST 
pational group 
highest 
given to industries? 

Accountants. Mechanical 
gineering students ran second 



TALK1N' WOMAN . .. Wn3 
woman in Washington, D. c 
does more talking than an 
member of Congress? 

One of the veteran Capii ( 
guides who has been talking t 



Bob Burns reports th_ .„„ 
the unhappy mountaineei 
whose son was marched off i 
school by the truant officer, 
Larnin!" mocked the moun 
atneer. "Fiddlesticks! Why 
they're teaching my poor boy ti 



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The Voice of North Geor gia College ^ 

DAHLONF.i;\. I.KIIUI.U. « , EDNESiUY. M H KMBF.R 19. 1917 



Gailey and Jones Students' Choices 
For Mr. and Miss NGC 



p. NGC of 1947" is Tom 
Gailey, son of Mrs. J. M. Gailey 
Of Gainesville. He is twenty- 
ihree years old and graduated 
from Gainesville High School in 
1942. 

Tom entered NGC in the fall 
of "42, but his studies were in- 
terrupted in '43 when he entered 
the Marine Corps. 

In 1946 he re-entered North 

Georgia College. He is now a 

junior and a physical education 

major. He likes any kind of 

sports and intends to coach. He 

was voted most athletic in the 

■Who's Who." He is president 

of the Physical Education Club, 

played varsity basketball '42, '46, 

is president of the Letter- 

i'a Club, and Sgt.-at-Arms of 

Rex Fraternity. He was 

named in the 1947-48 "Who's 

in American Colleges and 

Universities." 

Miss NGC of 1947 is a native 
of Dahlonega, having been bom 
e some eighteen years ago. 
■ is Miss Betty Jones, daugh- 
of Mrs. Fred Jones. She at- 
tended the Lumpkin County 
High School, graduating in 1945. 
: entered North Georgia 
College in the fall of '45, continu- 
through March, '46. Dur- 
'46-'47 she attended Alabama 
College at Monte Vallo. 

This quarter Betty is back at 
NGC as a third quarter sopho- 
more. She was elected Miss 
NGC — most representative of the 
North Georgia co-eds. Other 
honors include being campus 
beauty "45 and '47; cheerleader; 
rm-mber of the Dramatics Club, 
Cyclops staff; and editor of the 
Wesley Foundation paper. 

Betty is a secretarial science 
major, She likes working with 
people and plans to go into 

Mia] work. She likes dancing 
and all sports. She also likes 
all people until they have given 
her reason to do otherwise. 

So, there she is folk-— Miss 



NGC ODDITIES 



Who's Who at NGC 

During a recent election by 
North Georgia's student body, 
the "Who's Who" of North 
Georgia College has been com- 
pleted for publication by the 
CYCLOPS and the BUGLER. 
Elections were under the direc- 
tion of H. J. Miller. Editor-in- 
Chief of the CYCLOPS, and the 
itcomes are listed as follows: 
Most Athletic Boy; Tom Gail- 
ey. 
Neatest Cadet: Gene Chick. 
Most Likely to Succeed Boy: 
H. J. Miller. 
Best Dancer— Boy: Bill Black- 
Biggest Wolf and Biggest 
Flirt— Boy: Charles Worley 

Most Athletic Girl: Barbara 
King. 

Best Dressed Coed: Martha 
Coffia. 

Most Likely to Succeed— Girl: 
Helen Pierce. 
Best Dancer— Girl: Jean King- 
Biggest Wolf and Biggest 
Flirt— Girl: "Butch" Woodward. 
Beauty Queens elected were 
Alene Johnson, Betty Jones, 
Elsie Harben. Evelyn Ellis, and 
Marilyn Taylor. 



ing .i human skeleton. 

Classroom catastrophe: Fresh- 
man feverishly trying to dis 
•.ubborn wad of chew 
Ing gum from pages of an Eng 
Uita book. 

Cadet standing at rigid atten- 
« chapel program 
winking slyly at girl up front 
-This Oddity sponsored by San 
brd Hall snoopers. 

Boys amusing themselves by 
on each side of dorm- 
■■- ''■!■>■ hall and playing "ping 
Pong" with unfortunate* paas- 
'»g by. 

1 upte dancing in gloom ol 
the rear of auditorium as swing 



Run-Off Elections 
Completed 

Official returns from Run-off 
election are in. The results for 
the three offices tor which can- 
didates were tied are: 
SENIOR CLASS 

President— A. H. Craig 5; Rob- 
ert L. Johnston 12. 

Secretary— Tommy Satterfleld 
15; Ben L. Upchurch 4. 
JUNIOR CLASS 

President— Colon R. Britt 11; 
Thomas C. Galley 8. 

The office invalidated on the 
original ballot and for which 
election was held during the 

SENIOR CLASS 
Treasurer — Robert Freeman 
4; Thomas J. Matthews 7; George 
Kllpa trick 5. 



Work On 16th 
Home On 19th 



Exams will begin 
and run through December 19. 
The schedule for exams will be 
posted in a few days. 

l.egln on the 19th and 
last until January 6. 

Registration for the Winter 
quarters will be on Jan. t 
all students are expected 
turn at that date. 



Tennis-shoe tempest: The 
smell of burning rubber engulf- 
ing gymnasium as P. T. class 
performs violent leg exercise 
from tilting potation. 



North Georgia Recognized 
In National Campus Survey 



Ten Nominees 
To 'Who's Who' 
In U. S. Schools 



Dinner Presented 
By Dr. Rogers To 
Officers' Club 

; Officers' Club was treated 

supper at the Smith House 
Dining Room, Monday night, 
October 27. 1947. The supper 

given the Officers' Club by 
Dr Rogers in recognition of the 

display of co-operation that 
the cadet officers have given the 
■ollege in cadet government. 

The supper was held at the 
regular Officers' Club meeting 
1930 hours that dale . All 
the officers had a nice time and 
would like to express their ap- 
preciation to Dr.. Rogers and 
the college. 

the supper Dr. Rogers an- 
nounced that there could be a 
like supper during the winter 
quarter, and he left it up to Mr. 
Hoag. Commandant of Cadets, to 
see that action was taken at that 

A new policy, with regard to 
students who have finished the 
prescribed course in R.O.T.C. 
work but who have not finished 
their academic requirements for 
graduation, has been announced 
by joint meeting of the Military 
and Commandant's departments. 
Those students will be relieved 
of any duty they hold in the 
R. O. T. C, and become honorary 
cadet captains, assigned to the 
r-iimmandanl's staff, to be utili- 
zed as the department needs. 
This Includes alt those who 
finish R. O. T. C. whether they 
are now cadet officers or cadel 



Night Programs 
Listed For Plays 



tation of 

plays for this college year. 

For this fall quarter, a chapel 
program has been planned with 
the Glee Club. The members of 
the Dramatic Club will present 
a Christmas Play with the 
choral assistance of the Glee 
Club. 

During the Winter quarter, 
three one-act plays have been 
planned which wil[ be a drama- 
tic contrast of comedy and 
drama. These presentations, 
planned for a night 
will give the members of the 
Dramatic Club full chance 
demonstrate their performing 
ability 

"The Importance of Being 
Earnest" by Oscar Wilde, 
major undertaking planned for 
a night program during the 
spring quarter. 

Officers have been elected and 

are as follows: President, Helen 
Pierce; Vice-President, Bob 
Short; Secretary, Betty Stein- 
spring; Treasurer, Grady Poole. 



Faculty ad\ I lei ■ arc Ui l J 
C. Sirmons and Mr. A D. Martin 
Mr Martin Is Interested in dra- 
matic work and has Just com- 
pleted a summer course in 
stagecraft at Columbia Univer- 
■ iiy All tin: mi-nilMT-. .u .■ hajipy 
to have him join the .hit. 



Forensic Senate Enters All-Southern 
Tournament Nov. 22 At Agnes Scott 



Forensic Senate has now 
begun it work In em ■ 

e schedules have been pro- 
d and are being confirmed. 
Intercollegiate debate sub- 
subject 



Senior members of the 
are planning issues and argu- 
ments on the top nib 

hat a Federal World 
Government Should Be Eatab- 
Ushed," while the probationary 
members are working on "Re 
lolved thai the Federal Govern- 
ment (of the U, S.) Should Re- 
quire Arbitration of Labor Dis- 
putes In All Major Industries." 

The club has alrcsd 
Invitations to the following 
tournaments: The AH-Southem 
Intercollegiate Tournament at 
Agnes Scott, Nov. 22 (which 
they may attend -for practice"); 
?rw Mtllsaps Tournament at 



■ 

Ipha Tournament at the 
IppI, .lanu 
I 

Tulam in February, 

The only definite debate sche- 
duled for this quarter la one to 
■ 
■ 

on December 2. N. C 
ing a team from Oxford I'niver 
■ 

■I If, there- 
fore, plan 

I p .ration. 

Fulfilling the promise made In 

..■ ..f THE BUGLER 

mnplete ro-ter of the 

d itotentlaJ: ' 

Fred Allen. Quflllan Coker, | 

Katharine Mailman, H. I, Miller. 

H-l-fif'i'-r.'.'. Grady J' 

Row. Robert Short, Richard 

Wasstrxtein, Jean White, Jean 

WiUoi. John Yackuboskey. 



Dr. Rogers, president of North 
Georgia College, recently an- 
nounced to the Cadet Bugler that 
-i\ members of North Georgia's 
1946 graduating ..lass and four 
of the 1919 graduating class have 
Ik.ii nominated to feature North 

G tfa'a first entry into the 

u HO'S WHO among STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES, 

Each year WHO'S WHO 
\MONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN V N't V ERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES recognizes 
sUi.k'iiLs from ^proximately (MM) 
colleges and universities In the 
United Slates and Canada. In 
selecting students to be recom- 
m.'ii.iwi, thi' r.nnpiis nominating 

-ul. i -.i hi.lur -Inii. a. 'In ■ 

to the college, spirit and degree 
of cooperation with the admin- 
istration, faculty, and students 

in furthering the gen< r 
policy and ideals, and contribu- 
tions to leadership in rampus 






i cat i i. u!;:i arttvlth-:.. 



Dr. Rogers announced that 

[ferson Miller, Jr., 

arce, Miriam 

jean White, Tbouuu James 

M..U.I '.■■ . i 'i-mnii- :-: FifMtwrlght, 
.mil 1 (. -I i. i r En ncnc I'm. Ml :•.'<■'•■ 
selected from the 191R graduat- 

■,!,■■ i ia . while Wesley Henry 

Brower, Thomas Chandler 

Galley, tohn Fo ter niodgett and 
Qullllan Waddi i i oker wll] be 

featured from the 1940 graduat- 
ing class 
These students will he pre- 
irda during 



Correction, Please 

. mi ipoldfle to your nuMbim 

ledge if you tried to 

total the percentages of our last 

the flection, 

Point ol View,* 1 the 

re nit tumid Hai e raid 

moke: Yes— 60%, 

drink; Never— 68%, 
32%. Frequently— 
■■ 

( smoking by girls: 



BUM to Jean White, 

who, as a special favor, did the 

GlaajfcLook* 

Ing," and whose name failed to 

appear. Thanks, anyway. Jean. 



Till, t.AllH III '.I IB 



\\,,l:.. -.liv. November 19, 1Q17 



.I/Ae Cadet (JSuqlei 



Published Monthly by the Sludenls of North Georgia C. 

EDITOR BUSINESS M/ 

Claude S. Boatwrighl Charlea I. at 

New Editor - ljirLl " 

Helen r 

Wei., Bl 



Feature Edit 




I. In. 



suit t.ab Cilia,,,,,. Tommy Salterfield, Helen 

William T. Dean, Jr. 
Feature Staff— Fave llealan. (irady Poole, Hetty tilrnorc, F 

Allen. Alan (.. Patiireau, Charles Poole. I'.,. I, Me, 

J Miller 
SoorU Mall >ara I . Merrill. Harri.cin Town*. T. I. While, 



A CHALLENGE 

A friend of mine recently made 
a statement asserting that the 
publications of the world were 
capable of making the people 
believe anything. If this is so 
and I have no reason to doubt 
it. something is wrong with the 
people of the world for letting 
any one organization or institu- 
tion become so powerful that H 



shape the destinies of 



Here i 



TROTTER POLL 



the leaves to gold, the 1 TOW > 
Poll shall endeavor U i>" I "' 
opinions of a question that is 
entirely out of season The <|uen 
don, "At what age do you think 
one should marry?", i n latlve 
ly a question (or the Soring 
season — when a young man's 
fancy turns to you know what. 
The BUGLKK decided to B * 
this question at lb-' DM Itnl 
Uxpe so the answer i would noi 
Bnced In any way by 
the seasons or otherwise. To 
ll„ ca d e tB of N O. C wan pas* 
,-.i tlir ,|ii«'.4tion; "At what age 

I d .. man marry?" There 

mrere throe main ■ 



Age 

Twenty-five 

Twenty-Twi'iiiv IK' 1 

Beve en 2091 

li .■-■in . B 'I ,; - 

■..,,,- rllTl.lfil Ul.il ',.,111, 



GLEANINGS 



No birds, 
No bees, 
No flowerfl, 
No trees. 
No wonder, NovambOl ' 
An<l Nov 
Kivlnj/ To us it means going 
again, a football game, 
maybe lurkca [I also moan i 
■ 

m.imI ,il lln lirf.-d- WmifJi'i 

clvi to heai 

be di . 

!„ i,.. i . 

.-li i lou .1-. agree with U , 

.mi old - ■ . tl thai 

thought? Scarlel O'Hara ■■■■ b 
i,iiih,fbi>, . 

I'll think aboul II torn iw." 

Tom iw Is sin li nvenlem 

10 'If. ..iir ■ 

i ,ii thl polnl thai i i 'i 






after. 



come educated an * al o I 

- h| up 

Lunik ., polnl "' ■■ li ■■■■ whli h 

the brain 

It was difficult Fo 
the poopli B I. I ■■■'. .-i . 
ed to decide, foi a i 

thai it :■■ 

t<i twenty would be the b< > 

ililli'ii :it 

[■ha r, him i'i iup fi'H thai 
the age from twenty five 

■ ii two peoplo 

. thli 

■ i ■ 
believe thai during 

, trugglt and tnyom 
who enjoj 

.i ioiv wedlock 

Although there a nj 

thing ■ i" be mki n 

cratlon, and after thinking 



BAYONET 

upld is again at work, ami 
; time It looks like the real 
ig. How about It. Belly Gil 
•a and Raymoml Henry'' 

lartha Coffia has been seen 
ly with several charming 
i. Just who Is the snake 



People are always talking 

love li)r..;i ...nilnn in Uu- 

|.i mvl In"! I reckon Puah 

f.ue .mil ("If-irgc David Jusl 
COUldn'l wait 'III spring. 



It's Up To You 

THE CADET BUGLER Is 
really your paper; the staff 

opinion concerning it So we are 

.■.inducting a campus-wide pool, 

voluntary basts: There will 

box In the canteen for the 

few weeks, we are asking 

you clip this ballot from 

THE BUGLER, put your answer 

Hi.. i|uc ■■:!., on ,:. and deposit It 



.1-, 1 1 ■■ 



H'rillt'O 



,., i i. ,i ted i itln | 
trouble Claj C imp1 



all 



lll.ll tweiilv-liv 

for marriage. 
The feminine view polnl 1 1 

id req ■ 

little discussion 1 hi 

belief that girls ihouli v 

are evidence ol the apparoni 
younger than Iwys maybe thej 
"get wise qulckei " To i* whai 
women ihlnk about 
asked the gu Hov 
a girl be when Shi 



people ho\ e 

.ill. i-i i.l.i',. .>].!, i, . 

I'Kiio h.iil Ill-tier IohI to In 

i. i ' Tin- vei i exl tew o ol 

■ 

■ ■ ■ 

i.. i a i pi ei aleni on Lhe 

pu Lnd then thero'i the 

rellow who ha thi 

■ 
Foi Won ; ■ ■ 'i 

\i»i now i 

Can you locate ni le . I in 

■ 
v, in. i. . ould nppty 

Ol Mi. ml. ■■ 

them wrap 

'."■"whoi,' i.-.'.i ,, : 1 ' 1 '" 
i i 4 



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ni.- 



1. Do you 

Bayonet" c 
dropped 7 

2. Do you w 



"The 



it a chance 
hopes and 
varices In a "Letters to 
Editor" column? 



gli i ' hu i. Herring i 

Butt h w oodw ■ i ic ii ■ 

urn. i. ihe rcallj 
title Whj 

1 Uld It I"' in 

ertaln y a, lady? 



1 



Twenly-one 

Twenty . . , 

Depends on the 
Twenty-two ... 

Nineteen 

Eighteen 
Under eighteen 

Twenty-five 
Twenty-three . 



PcL 






t all 



YWCA COUNCIL 

The coum 11 

On The offlo 

group, 
I ■ 

■ 
Secretai ( lane Hoi hi 

■ 



Park Street Again 

!.i". ■!! l',i: ,. 

happj when the PINK i un 
■ ■ ) know the} 

■ 

■ ■ 
■ 

" when ■•ni.- 



Late Leo Replaced 
By a Multitude 
Of Mutes 

\ familiar tan and white 

nine figure at NGC for In, 
:.'■ years haa suddenly 
■ i Old Leo has made 

N'.iw. i.ie-.umablv, 

in-'.; gone to Join the other mem- 
bers of hi. klan m doggie- 
heaven. 

1 ■ nembei a Leo ;. : 

Hi. mangy mongrel who stood 

inteen door 

v,:iiiiii..' lor sriine kind hearted 

■ii.it.- him half a hunkle 

■ .nut His regular 

coeds would 

■ dining hall, 

■ 

i overe.l IK.ir the infelerlil dOOI\ 

■ ■ ' nt, how- 

■ all, he was getting 

preltj old.) 

< hobble 

- ■ 
■ . ampu ■ to 









Hi 



-the 



■ on the mall 

in a letter la 






■■ 

in .i Hudson 
■ ■ k up anyone 



>nta at N.uth Georgia. 

i e., maj have I 

uiital i-i,ii, but hi. old hunting 

■ 

■ 

ick manner 

■ 

I on the drtU field 

■ 

ttTjhly during a ImUiIUoa parade 

: ■ 

I 

1-dare-you- 

■ 

■ 
browB^epottjcd, 



lerica we boast of 
■ freedom of the press, yet 
rcely an editor in the country 
1 let an article go Into his 
>er that might displease any 
i of his large advertisers 
Unbiased stories on major poll, 
tical, economic, and social ques- 
have become almost the 
exception as a succession of 
would-be experts have found) 
their profound interpretation of 
more important than 
itself. More than any- 
thing else in the world the press 
Is ROBBING THE AMERICAN 
PEOPLE OF THE ABILITY TO 
FORMULATE THEIR OWN 
OPINIONS. 

Within a few short months 
Russia has degenerated from a 
worthy ally to a nation that 
might at any moment rise up to 
hurl all its might toward the 
. of our country, and 
of "Communist" has 
e of the most uncom- 
plimentary terms in our lajigu- 
It may or it may not be 
that Russia should be con- 
sidered dangerous; — that is for 
lo decide — but the impor- 
thing is that too many 
opinions are based upon pre- 
judicial reports In our news- 
ipers and magazines. 
Confronted with these accusa- 
tions, the average student would 
probably say that this could not 
be true of him because 
he doesn't pay any attention to 
the editorials anyway, not realiz- 
ing that the damage is done In 
the careful selection of news 
Items and not on the editorial 
page.. Most of us will admit 
that editorials are personal opin- 
ions and lhat they are generally 
accepted as such, but a five 
column headline, a six inch 
"cut", and twelve inches of copy 
boldly proclaiming that "Lewis 
Vi-..un" immediately 

mark him aa a traitor to hu 
country. 

With these things In mind, 

let us consider for a few 

.hi be done lo 

;: American preffl 

It i* too much to expect every 
editor in thi 

one of the. I,.., .. 1.1 InSl 

"In His Steps" thai I 
to pnnt anything that he honest- 
ly believed Jesus would not ap- 
prove of 

be swell If a few Christian prln- 
. Iples were considered In the 
publli atlon 

But this obviously [fl DM 
the present. 



i.l,, i 



TBI 



tent before making a 
concerning it. Do thl 
courage others to do the sai" e 
and soon the editors wiH real ue 
atger pull"* 

■ ■ :. 



Thi* is a Person*! Invitation 
I,, You to Viiii TV 

Butter Furniture 

Co. 

Dahloncf 



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U.-.i-i.-hv. \i>vr, n |, er 19, 1947 



THE CADET BUGLEB 



SPORTS 



SPORTS 
FORECAST 

By Wes Brewer 

Oar prediction of the Sugar 
Bowl participant,* in the New 
Year's Day classic at New Or- 
leans has not changed; it's still 
GEORGIA TECH vs. UNIVER- 
SITY OF TEXAS. 

The loss of George Matthews 
for the season was tough for 
TECH, but two Frosh, Red Pat- 
ton and Bob McCoy, proved 
themselves mighty reliable In- 
dividuals against NAVY. 

That Ranch-Edwards combi- 
nation for the UNIVERSITY 
OF GEORGIA is going 

LOOK OCT, TECH! 

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 
TO HAVE UNDEFEATED 
FOOTBALL TEAM IN 
Flash— GEORGIA ALL-AMER- 
ICAN PLAYERS IN 
1st Team 

Tackle— Bob Davis 
Tech. 

End — Dan Edwards, Universi- 
ty of Georgia. 

Q. B.— John Rauch, Universi- 
ty of Georgia. 

Guard— Bill Healy, Georgia 
Tech. 

Flash — All - AMERICAN 
BACKFIELD FOR 1947 

Q. B.^Iohnnv Lujack, Notre 
Dame. 

L. H— Bob Chappius, Michi- 
gan. 

R. H.— Terry Brennan, Notre 

F. B. — Bobby Payne, Texas. 






INTRAMURAL 
FOOTBALL 

As this year's intramural 1 foot 
ball season draws to a close, 
Company "C" looks as if it will 
take the honors away from last 
year's co-champions, companies 
"B" and "D". With only two 
remaining games Company "C" 
has the lead with very little 
i hance of being overtaken. 

This season's games were 
luirder fought than last, and the 
weather held down scores in 

'.he games, three of the 

n suiting in scoreless 

There has been a total of 

evenly points scored in 

the games so far. This seems 

■ that the teams lacked 
ihe necessary "Sunday punch" 
in the clinches.. Much credit is 

he lines of all teams, 
who make many successful goal 
Une stands Let's remember 

Dg henres when hand- 



ing c 



I the [ 



All of the games were clean 

,,.,,. i ,-...: ■■■■■• 

' enjoy them very much. Al- 
here has been talk 
around the campus about the 
HUea of next year's 
I' mis, Indications point to 
much belter teams. We will 



N.G.C. Opens 
With Oglethorpe 

After a very hard six we 
of practice under the supervision 
of Coaches Sheets and Cobb, the 
North Georgia College Basket- 
ball team opened the 1947 sea- 
son with Oglethorpe University. 

The game was a very hard- 
fought battle from start to finish. 
The game opened in N. G. C.'s 
favor when Smith scored two 
points on an Oglethorpe fumble, 
but that lead did not last. long, 
for the Oglethorpe lads knew 
how to play basketball, too. They 
very promptly scored twelve 
points, which gave them a very 
good ten point lead. The game 
became more evenly matched as 
the half time ended with Ogle- 
thorpe leading, 19-13. 

At the half Coach Sheets gave 
the boys the low-down on what 
they were doing wrong and how 
to correct it. In the first few 
plays of the second quarter there 
was a big change seen in the 
N. G. C. boys, and they begun 



Long shots made by Gailey 
and Chandler made the final 
N. G. C. scores and the game 
ended, Oglethorpe. 42; N. G. C, 



N. G. C. Oglethorpe 

Jago, B. R. F. Brennan, D. 

i'mh'.Uter, G.L. F.. Johnson, J, 

Smith, S.. C. Findley. R. 



Substituti 
N. G. C. Oglethorpe 

Palmer. R R. F None 

McEver, W. . L. F, Phillips, 

Sellers. W C None 

Vaughn, E. R. G. Lorenz, B. 

Towns, H. L.G. . Johnson 

Poole, G. 






Scored 


N. G. C. 


Oglethorpe 




Brennan — l 


Palmer — 2 


Johnson— 11 


Pinholster— 2 


Phillips— 5 


McEver— 2 


Findley— 3 


Smith— 11 




Seller*— 7 


Lorenz — A 


Chandler— 2 


Procaalo — 5 


Gailey— G 


Sheppard— 1 



'B' Co. Shapes Up 

cr,dflu.iimn next quarter, Lieu- 
tenants Worley, Johnson, and 
Kelley of Company "B" are 
working hard now in order to 
shape up the company and make 
it the best ever. As Lieutenant 
Worley, Lieutenant Kelley. and 
Lieutenant Johnson will receive 
degrees after this quarter, 



Physical Ed. 
Club News 

The Phy. Ed. Club has 

ivice this year and has made 
ame very noteworthy pi, 

At the first meeting officers 
ere elected. Some very capable 
people were chosen club officers. 
Galley, who was elected 
president Is a new member of 
since he started work- 
major in Phy. Ed only 
er. Gailey was awarded 
the trophy for being the best 
all-round athlete in 
giate sports last year. 

Harold (Comrad) Chandler 
who was elected vice-president 
is also a new member of the 
club, but he is by no means new 
to the people who were around 
here last year during baseball 
and basketball seasons. 

Harrison Townes was secre- 
tary last year and proved to be 
efficient that he was given 



that job 



i this ■ 



The 



also pmud '■( 
since he is talented in all major 

Tlu- treasurer's office Ls filled 
by Miss Sammy Johnson, who 
has been quite active in the 



women's intramural progra 
for the past year. 

Maybe we should tell you 
little more about our club. You 
might be wondering why w 
gave you some of the athletic 
'" liK-voments of each of our 
officers. The Physical Educa 
Hon Club is composed of men 
and women who are working to- 
ward a major or minor In Phy. 
Ed. We are always proud to 
have join our club any man or 
woman who is versatile ir 
sports, since these people art 
usually planning a coaching ca 
reer, and they understand l)et 
ter the aims and principles ol 
physical education. 



home basketball 

games tills season. If this plan 

the approval of the 

authorities, you will be able to 

get your refreshments right 

down at the game Instead of 

ilking all the way up the hill. 

4 committee has been ;iiv 

pointed to write a cnnstituti..n 

>ur club We feel that this 

help greatly In running our 

club on a smoother and more 

efficient basis. 

We have many oilier plans in 
""i and are working to make 



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Varsity Letterman 
Club Meets And 
Elects Officers 

The Letterman's Club of N. 
G. C, made up of students who 
have earned varsity letters, has 
had two meetings this quarters. 
Each meeting so far has been 
■■'i n-rl> business, but we now 

have the Club re-organlsed and 
great plans are now being made 



The t 



, p|., 



■ hjtt 



length movies of some of the 
major football games to be 
shown to the student body. 
Plans are also being made to 
have some well known sports 
appear as guest 



[.'■Meuii.-m' ; Club. 

Officers of the club are Tom 
Oallf, Prcsi.l. nt. Rudy I'M 

church, Vlce-Pre tdent; HoroW 

Hi. hi. Her, S.rtrNnv; and Harrl- 
: Tot >■ 'i ■ 




Sgt. Ham Heads 
N. G. C. Sgt's Club 

The Sgt'a Club organized ror 
the year on 

held up until la!.- in thi 
by the delay In publishing the 

The club elected 
Mark Ham, Prea ; I 
Bargeron, Via 

■'■■ ; B/Sgt 
George Tutwiler, Tn ■:. 



Robert Henry, Sgt at 

The club elected Sgt. Vaughn 

of the Military Department to be 

and Miss 

Martha Glynn Rhyne its sponsor 

The Bgt'B Club has a number 

tuled fur thtl 

quarter, om 

"8-BaU" basket-ball game 
i- Officers" Club, 



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• The game in the put has been 
; a spectacular event and with the 

■ ■ 
. quarter, the game should be even 
more spectacular. The squad for 
the club will probably include 
several star players, such as 
-oner. Jack Bargeron. 
Edward Wilkie, Melton Woods. 
Bill Robinson. Harold Fowler, 
«nd Preston Bussey 



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U,,|„-l^. \,.-..-nUt 19. 1947 



Wesley Foundation 

The Georgia Methodist stu- 
dent movement held their annu- 
al conference at Wesleyan col- 
lege in Macon, Nov. 7-9. 

On Friday, Nov. 7, we hastily 
packed our bags and in spite of 
the rain, started for Macon. The 
delegates from North Ga. Col- 
lege were Dorothy Wimpy. Ida 
Lou Ferguson, Sara Jo Mat- 
thews. Henry Hill. Jack An- 
thonv, Carl Barrett, Keith Elrod, 
Frank Boyd, Betty Jones, our 
pastor Ed. Elliott, and Mrs. R. 
A. Green. According to the size 
of our Wesley Foundation our 
representation was equal or 
superior to those of the other 
colleges that were represen(<-d. 

We had a representative on all 
the important committees. We 
considered such resognltlon a 
great honor. 

Betty Jones, editor of our 
paper, GOLD DIGGERS, wu 
elected to tlic .'■'!■ 
council as Slate i'ublklty f'tiali 
man. She will publish ;■ <;u\ 
monthly paper entitle*) CON 
TACT, and keep all the JUfllOI 
and senior college 
informed us lo the student »ctl- 
vitles of our State. 

we all- found the conference 
very Inspiring and 



i all i 



mild 



* ■* * ' 
if * * 




BSU CONVENTION 

Three delegates From N «: 
c, Jane Hatcher, Evelyn Id 
. 

■-.. \ week-end to attend 

i Stai.' Ci.nvn.tl'in 

These repreHntatlvei wen 
guests in the home of the Moi 
cer pastor, 

siii.irtii ipeakera came rrom 
colleges all over the state— 
young people like you i 




NOTICE— for obvious reasons 
le 9:15 club will have no more 
eetings until further notice. 
NOTICE— Roy Long is not my 
•other— Helen. 

WANTED — Something for 
lock— Tommy Satterfleld. 
WANTED— a quiet girl— Cat 

FOUND— a confidential secre 
try— the editor 

WANTED— a memory— Ross 
POUND— a way to dig stumps 

Rec Club Names 

Officers 

'I he RftC. Club recently elected 



The Rex Fraternity is 

le oldest and most traditional 

organizations on the campus; its 
lain purpose is to promote good 

will and friendship among the 

members and student body. 
officers elected for year: 
94748: 

Fres., Rudy Upchurch. 
Vice Pres., Happy Chandler. 
2nd. Vice Fres., Gene Craw- 
Secretary and Tre3s., Merrill 

Harper. 
Sgt.-at-Arms, Tom Gailey. 
Chaplain, Joe Thrasher 



".,11 i 






One of the nn>:;t cn]i..v;ii>ir i>ait 
of the program wa 

ale to .i ii- i.in.i'-.i' negro 

< ttoir fit Fori Valles 

The Splrll of Chrlai wa ■ there 
and practically everyi 
ed this; especially when man 

hi..- In r;nn|.li.-H .'I M.i. -.in 

gave i in like d 



Mm. ■' II. 



Il.;>! 



tan witii the belp of God 
could do Anything Di 
made the 

felt when he I 

Isn't completely happy until hi 

Is doing everything he cir 
rhrlst," ami when rn> tnld almiil 
the girl who sold of petting. 
"You put your own prion lag 
on yourself. Cheap Jewelry In 

a ten-cent (tore can |i " handled 



Camera Club 

News 

. il.K, . 

Although the Camera Club 

w.i : ■ low in getting ittrtod thl 

., mill. i. il ha:; l>r,Min to pick Up 

pood The club enjoyed i 

Iri'tin.' ..il [inrlrait Hutillm; a few 

I ■' ''I' 1' *va very iipllv 

.I. . . , i ', Mi Haw thoi "'■. thi 

Mr. Cyi li p Hi i peelally 
..■■I the "B polm Ughtlna, 

■ \ (Mil' V III. h \ . ,:•-),.■! ;illv II 1 ill 

I mewl photo- 
graph! i 
The club has on tentative 

■ ■' films i lee 

inn al which wc hope to 

in.ii.- d< i ■ onnoi mi nl 

.,.[, ■ him .a the ■'- will i"' "i 
in t. real to both the - lub n 
beta and all othi i 

. nd an Invitation 
t,. ,,ii itudenb wl 
in photography to attend oui 
i m das nlghi 



by anyone, bul 



-a Saxon, Secretary. 

Treasurer. 
,,,„■ gat her, Reporter. 
Seen of the I 
i, elei led captaina and 



Hlppolytana — Mary Jones. 
aptaln; Elsie Short, Co-Captain. 

Trahlytans— Audry Lane, Cap- 
arrlet Hargrove, Co-Cap- 



"srvDENTSr 

„,» foi the Beat In Eats end Fount 
NORRIS i UNDIES 

i INGSWORTH ' INDIES 

-i HOOl 51 I'l'l ii S 

and 

\i i MH k ri RSONA1 Gil rs 

griffins 

"On. Ilia (>n the < ampu ' 



THE STUDENT'S EXCHANGE 

On the Campu, ■>) \ 

[CE mi kM, BAtftlWll in - bfelNKS 

/00i R.,l:,l- V, 



watch R] PAIR 

"On tlie Sqiiair" 

One Wtti Si rvte 
Sharon Jewelry Co. 

T. R. Thauon, Prop. 



3. & lis. SHOE SHOP 

Hill ..II II K I IH'IITI HI - SKIIVH I 






LOFIAN APPLIANCE COMPANY 

RCA VICTOR RECORDS 

Radio*. General Appliance* and Repairs 

DAltLOHECA, GA 



H01LY THEATRE 



THURSDAY, NOV. 20 

"That's My Man" 

Don Ameche. Catherine 
M.I. -.1 



S ITVRD II. NOV. 22 

"Land of the 
Lawless" 

Jolmny Mack Brown 



HON.. TUES.. /VOI . 24 & !S 

"Romance of Rosy 
Ridge" 

Van Johnson. Thos. Mitchell 



WEDNESDAY. NOV. 2/S 

"That's My Gal" 

Lynn Roberts, Donald Barry 



TIWRS., FRI.. NOV. 27 <£• .'8 

"Lost Honey Moon" 

Eranchol Tone, Ann Richards 



SATURDAY, NOV. 29 

"Law of the Lash" 

Al La Rue 



HON.. TUES.. DEC. I & 2 

"Hit Parade of 1947' 

Eddie Albert, Constance 



WEDNESDAY. DEC. 3 

"Kilroy Was Here" 

Jackie Cooper, JackieP Coogan 



TIWRS.. FRI.. DEC. 4 & 5 

"Bondie's Big 
Moment" 

enny Singleton, Larry Lake 



SATURDAY, DEC. i 

"Saddle Pals" 

Gene Autry 



VON, TUES., DEC. S & 9 

'Great Expectations' 

John Mill,. Valerie Hobson 



ll CDNtSDAY, DEC. 10 

"Yankee Fakir" 

Douglas Fowlev. Joan 
Woodbury 



mi RS mi . DEC. 11 & l. 
"Hi Neighor" 

Eddie Dean. Shirley 



SATURDAY, DEC. I 

Tumble Weed Trail' 

r'd. Dean. Shirley Palte 



"Buck Privates" 

Abbot! and Co.iello 



II CDXESDAr. DEC. I~ 

"Betty Co-Ed" 

Jean Porter, Wm. Mason 
TlliRS.. FRI . DEC. IS « / 

"Singing In The 
Corn" 

JoJi Own, Alan Jertkins 



T» Cadet Suald 



The Voice of North Georgia College *T 



VKLl'ME Will. 



I>\HI I INI I. \. i.llilll.U. [KIIUI. MM'MiY 21. ]u 



Social Calendar 

A preview of coming social 
events was recently disclosed by 
Commander Hoag in the Social 
Calendar for the winter quart- 



On January 24, the Rex 
ternity will have one of their 
popular informal dances. This 
dance will be followed by the 
REX? Club's informal on Janu- 
ary 31. 

After free week-end on Febru- 
ary 7. the Pan-Hellenic will pre- 
sent a social. News of this so- 
cial event hasn't been announc- 
ed as yet. On the afternoon of 
February 15, the Physical Edu- 
cation club will have their win- 
ter hike. 



A folk dance will be sponsor- 
ed by the Wesley Foundation on 
February 21. February 22 has 
been allotted to the Sergeants' 
Club for an undisclosed social. 

On February 28, the Sigma 
Theta fraternity will have a par- 
ly for its members. The last so- 
cial of February will be on Feb- 
ruary 29, sponsored by the Of- 
ficers" Club. 

March is a very short, but 
very eventful month socially. 
March 6 was reserved by the 
"Y", March 7, by the Rex, 
March 13, by the Sergeants' 
Club and the last social of the 
winter quarter by the Sigma 
Theta fraternity. 

Further information will be 
published in the "Bugler" as oc- 
casion permits. 



COLLEGE MOVIE 
REVIEW 

Movies for the winter quarter 
[.i be Shown on Saturday's at 
7:00 o'clock and Sundays at 2:00 
O'clock, are as follows: 

Ian Z4V26— -Lifeboat" and 
"Men <->f Medicine". 

.Lin 31-Feb. 1— "Schubert, the 
MH'.,iy Master" and the "Declar- 
ation of Independence". 

Feii 14-15 — "Ox Bow incident" 
and "The Philippine Republic". 
Feb 21-22— "State Fair" and 
"DnUlk Driving". 

2»— "Suez" and "Great 
Symphonies". 

'.■7— "Brigham Young" 

Future". 

:-24— "Song of Berna- 
1 i s Military Aca- 



Free Week-end 
February 5th 

Grade reports and free week- 
end for the winter quarter are: 
first grade reports will be made 
Jan. 24. Free weekend will 
start at 1:00 o'clock, Feb. 5, and 
end at 7:30 p. m. Feb. 8. Second 
grade reports will be given as 
mid term grades Feb. a Third 
reports will be received by 
students and parents Feb. 28. 
Final grade reports will be given 
March 20, 



NGC GLEE CLUB 
WILL PRESENT 
CONCERT FEB. 1 

NCI «.I,EE . ... hc'd.f datec-s 

The first major concert of this 

year's Glee Club will be given 

Sunday night, February 1, 1 

North Georgia College auditori- 
um. This program is of 
ligious nature and is the 
one which the Club will pr 
in concerts over the northern 
part of the state late this win 
ter and early spring. 

Some of the numbers to be 
featured are "The Lord's Pray- 
er." and "Surely He Hath Borne 
Our Griefs" and "The Hallelu- 
jah Chorus" from Handel's "Mes- 
siah." 

The soloists for the concert 
will include Roy McCard, Alva 
M.i-rii-urn. Charles Fitts, La- 
Vern Barge, and Katherine Hall- 

The club's entire membership 
of thirty-seven will make the 
trips being sheduled. Already 
concert in early March has been 
arranged for the Sam Jones Me- 
morial church of Cartersviile 
Other dates are pending. 

A quartet from the Glee Club, 
consisting of Roy McCard, Alva 
Mashburn, Charles England, and 
Robert Blaslngame, presented a 
program of sacred music over 
radio station WBHF, Carters- 
viile, Georgia, Sunday night, 
January 11. 



Colleges Waste 
Time, University 
Prexy Declares 

"Most American colleges do as 
much harm as good, 
much time as they use 
turn out as many failures as 
successes." That's the opinion of 
Robert M. Hutchins, chancellor 
of the U. of Chicago. 

In an exclusive interview In 
"Varsity," Chancellor Hutchins 
provides several answers to the 
What's wrong with 
Colleges and hitih 
schools''" Foremost, he says. Is 
rend toward.- specialization 
that begins In even the earliest 
schooling years. "Students learn 
ilse poultry, file library 

id predict the weather 
they can'l get a sound 
■ 
Most schools," the young mll- 
atinues, " have 
ir-lapping courses that teach 
■ same thing again and again. 
Or. the other extreme, they 
hammer away at so small a seg- 
ment of tht subject that they 
leach nothing at all- Students 
learn one i- 
comma— but learn I 
poetry in general." 

In his own school, Hutchins 
declared, students can be grad-j 
. i^nteeo or nineteen 
its of age— giving them time 
specialize and receive doubly- 
complete educations by the time 
their counterparts in other col- 
leges have received their bachel- 



Cyclops Goes 
To Press 

Information has been received 
from the office of H. J. Miller, 
editor of the Cyclops, announc- 
ing the all annual copy has 
gone to press. The Company 
of Foote and Davies in Atlanta, 
long known for their excellent 
annual work, has undertaken t 
printing. 

Miller and his staff started 
preparations for r..| l;] , :,!,..,; 
during the early part of Octo- 
ber and this goal was fully 
reached last week. 



Scores of Unused 
Scholarships Wait 
Upon Applicants 

Scores of scholarships payin 
from $50 to §350 a year are gi 
ing unused, and almost eighteen 
per cent of all scholarships and 
grants in the United Slates are 
inactive because of a lack of ap 
plicants, an article in "Varsity, 
the Young Man's Magazine." re- 
According to a nation-wide 
survey made by the publication, 
thousands of dollars in school 
aid go begging each year simply 
because students 
of the fact that the grants 
1st. Moreover, the belief i 
jirnfirit-ncy in studies Is the 
ly be -i i tor scholastic award! 
has discouraged indn i 
may be eligible for other reas 

Sources of Srholarshlji-. 
Even such obvious sources of 
student assistance as govern 
aid to the families of 
World War ii veteran 

ignored, the "Varsity Maga- 

" article declares. Other 

forms of grant-in-aid which go 

ire those granted by 

unifies, 



3 prizes by government of 
fl items] «>r 



HIGHLIGHTS CONCERNING NGC 
FORENSIC SENATE ACTIVITIES 



Preliminaries at the tourna- 
ment were in the form of four 
i which it was neces- 
sary to win two. From that 
i necessary to win all 
In (lie niianer-fin.-ils, 
the M G C. team met the Uni- 
vei slty ol Alabama and won a 
'■■" 'k-' i-t'in. using an affirma- 
tive argument. In the semi- 
- i; C. debaters met 

I 'liege, and 
won another 3-0 decision in 
favor ol their negative argu- 

The dehate team of Arkansas 
State Teacher's College was the 
N. G, C, team's opposition in 

With an affirmative 

argument the N. G. C. team won 
LeclslOn from the five 
judges. The award was a golden 
cup which becomes the per- 
manent property of North Geor- 
gia College. 

Other members of the 
Forensic Senate have also been 
promise as debaters. 
In the annual All-Southern De- 
bate Conference held at Agnes 
Scot! College on November 22, 



■ and Miss Wilson 

ind K;irh.-nne H.ill- 

man and n J. Miller, Jr., as a 
team, participated The prai ■ 

lire LUineil I here Ii.. |u. ",.■■! 

■ .-i ) valuable in later debates. 
The N. G. c. debaters received 

:i ipllt d£i : 

i. -Una learn 

visited her. 

■ >i Cadel Miiiei who 
their affirmative arguments, 
inn Miss Pii M e and Ml W U os 

Mil 1 1 >' ■ (legal LVC lusl the eutile:--.l 

with the University of North 
Carolina affirmative team. 
On the way to Mlllsaps our 

il' !'■''■ le nil • p ii 1.1' inn led in a 

Atlanta lunlor Col- 
lege anti are expecting them in 
a return debate hen on out 

in a debate with Piedmont 
College at N 0, C tfondoj . 
Januray 12, the result was b 

■ ■■, Wltll thQ .il'lirnia- 

■i ■■ tei I eai b college win- 
ning. The n >■ C team art 
scheduled to go to Pledmonl 
College January 31 for further 
pi ... tli e debate! 



four-point program for ob 
ing Information on scholar 
ships Is Included In tl 
ty" report- ill City and stau 
scholarship lists can i> 
from local Boards of Education 
i i'.y catalogues list all 
■ 
dividual institution | 
reference books merit; 
scholarships announced in news- 
papers and magazines. (1) A 
government publication entitled 
Pellowahfpi," 
available through the Govern 
mem Printing Office in Wash- 
ington, D. C, discusses moat of 



From A Nearby 
County Paper — 
Date Line— 1901 



The Sla 

vii ur obtaining 
■ ■.Hi. .it.ii.ii, ii.f- established 
Dahlonega a college where you 

have the advantage of 

$■10,000 equipment, and a faculty, 

each man a specialist in his de- 

u hi Tution Is free, and 

i -mi ; only $1.00 a month In 

$100 will cover cost 

■II" -Hv, hull! 

upported by you, and 
Ij to help you. It is 

tl ChOOl, lint B real 
being one of the five 
male collegi i ol the 



college than 



only in 



■ 
tout library or 
dent If Ic laboratories. Write 
I ■ 

kmega, Ga. 



NGC ODDITIES 

i '.inii-ii ' uM.- taking a look 
it her "Cy< lop ' pi 
\ nil .i look "f dismay on her 
'ace promptly throwing them 

ril" Ira-ill I'.i.k. 1 



I l.i lllpji in- n.lt <|llletlv lie 

fore (he he I) '■ lone itudcill I'c 

ra ii ■ 111 ei ene il bei 

ll.ilXavl la i<il |:u:imI ,,■;..,■',, 
■ 

,i chilly afternoon to ■■■ 

■ i up "i ' offee 

■ ■ ■ kiting perfect ballei 

t»p ., hi 

rut" the air i" we i I ■ 

I m ■ afeterla 

■ 11 
ictlon 

Ba : ' 

addled fre hman 

■ [en Ing to "ttu dog" 



NGC LIBRARY ADDS NEW BOOKS 



i\mong the a 
■ 
■ I IAS Lilies o/ 
Versslmo. 
Vcrlssimo places under his 
■ 
I'ontea, a successful 
; ■ ■ ■ ■ . 

■ 
more determined to gain wealth, 
by any mean* what 

the regeneration of 
Kugenlo's soul In a modern 
parable which might Just as 
well have happened In Chicago 
or New York as In a Brazilian 
metropolis. 



brief "irnj. 

■ 
by a well-known ■choli 

■ 
i depend ibis u 

.. I, ■■,•,!, 

nlngs of modern Japan. 

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1930-1913. It Is the 






(Continued on Page Three) 



The Cadet Bugler 

Published Monthly by the Students of North Georgia ' ollege, 
EDITOR Bl SINESS MANAGER 

Claude S. Boatwrieht Charl- I 



Feature Edit 
Sports Ldilo 



\r«- Sijff I ..!■ < .ilia' 



Limy II Rom 
ii. i, .. piero 

\\ r- |ej B ■■■' 



Sufi Faya rlealan Grad] Poole, Bob Short, H. J. Miller, 

i ,.. i ..i,. i red I Ulen, ' harli Poole 

Joe Thrasher. 



w i» B h, ll ii Gilb. 



Can You Name It? 



if 



i .,!,, i.iikniK 

. ',..-!■, . I ■■ 

lion whli ii ha recei 

j and "Hi'. i)i<- .inici.il ami 

ll-CJl, T , r i > | - ■ r , , i ; I -, li.ililnj Tlunl 

■ 

want to know 

■ ti ent, a 

there i ■ to be told 

i 

'.!■. Illh-.-li 

i Mi ten 'i membi i (cd Ling no 
aid i hurter > 

i, IIm- Im ,1 1 of t] II 



i in mon i ■' 



// M as a Merry 
Christmas For 
Betty Coed 

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I Im ) W I 

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mlli froi 



D E T Bl G L E R 



Letter To 
The Editor 

■ Mr. Editor: 

of unnecessary griping going on 

by quite a few people about the 

1 1. Hies at NGC, They 

Claim that there is nothing to 

around here that interests 

>m. Well, what does In- 

est them:' They say there 

BO p] ice to ■•" and nothing to 

Well, what do thej warn 

do? They say they would 

a I- have a good annual and 

i tudenl paper, but do 

rin v do anything toward it? 

■ ki h.ivc .'thins,* 

do ■■■■ nights; so, 

:ome recrea- 

n, different organizations 

■.. -r.i! d.-inr-cs, Only 

about ten percent of the stu- 

body 

and the n i 

iboul what a dull nig 

with nothing 

Ii ided they 
better atu- 

■In y I ■ ■ 

.'::,n'. on the staff of 
enterprlzes. 

■ 
■ . 

made rcque ta for other 

.\l„,ii- 

., do» ii hi 

I the ■ i 

. ii attons, 

■ ■ ■ . one wi 

. ■ 
■ 

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pi pli |i i. i luh .ii"' Fratei 

hill,- . hut in..' t ,,t Hi. -ui air i-nlv 



roll ■ 



■ the i 



■ ! attend meet 






the 



pari in the i 
It i 



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Unlit 



ton, T ■ i'.. opei lean 

■ ii W'hii.'. 
■ ■ md i Ji hi 
Whip; and Mi 
i I ■ ponsor 

i ii' i,. m ap 

the ..!. ..i tho 

Klub, there i little el o thai 

ltd; thai I unlc 
you'd like i" know ■ 
..... ... 

.... 






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promote '" lal welfare ovei the 

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u 

mbei , "i the .■'.■■'■ 

Applii ant foi momtx i hip 

niii-i h,. U .1 I 

by the Klub membi i 



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■ i wi '.' i five novclj h 

the o pniti in- i ■ 

h in. -.1 lo bed 

in. in other i'. .■■. 

i ,i ciirl lima 
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. logli .ii that ii ' i"- 

h i lo belong I ■ 

I •■ ■ I I ii I' Ml i'v ti 

omethlng I ako ll betb i 

the iii.iii.iu-. 

,i ,- j.. the 

that ilu'v 
ganltation, 

,1 win, Ii ,,iv,im.' illi.n 




Why Doesn't 
Somebody? — 

ni-h a central, glass-en- 

tHetin board on the 

Tliat official notices 

led where everybody 

i,r- a good chance to see them? 

t would make 

ind save time, trouble, and 



CLASSIFIED ADS 






who . 



by N. 



■ : 
. place to gloat over 

winnings .if past and pre- 

' hi. 'tit- and 
, i iv,-, they never know 

■ " 

i>i.-\ i.i] i and fell 



Set Up a In-line .,! ■ 
campu with m lybe an In- 

ll ing pool? 'Twould 

If it ever 
goi itarted 



(iiil)li-lnnc 

magazine" 

,"i v battel '■'■'■■■■> i ';;■■' 

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better, 

I hum. 'i 



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the i 



■ i, m>ii I lil]i i ptirily 
Win k' 'In If you 
don't Intend t.. wort with the 
club! 

■ i 
line thlr ■ 

■ 
■ 

Tom )■' 



Campus Humor Mags Train Top Humorists 



■■ i i the i 

■ ■ 
Bonnet r.-i-t 

■■■ ... i o ion 

i hi -- I iofc theli '■■ ii- lining 
humor 
p bll< atloni that 
.Mr the fre I 
in,, he i .m.i ■ 
countrj today 



in u . 






i called ■ " 

thing ii' you don't believe 
that it is a great organisation, im 

ju,t ask inv of the membei u :i 
They'll tell you that Qre&l 
thing can happen over coffee". 






Said 



u itb tongui in cheek md 

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■ ■ 
■ 
month di ■ 

in t 1" tin- pui 

■ 
I audi i"- l 



■ 
■ tbi "Colum 

ri, ulum " 

■ 

■ ■ ■ 
■ 



■ 

hat lime the 

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.'. S, Speer 



ways come stag to the dances: 
Please get yourself a date to 
bring n. the Saturday night 
.fan.-"?, when you come stag, you 
keep the other boys from danc- 
lore with their own dates, 
ou force some poor gat to 






-H. 



iii go ins 



Pound HAROLD HALL. Not 
m collecting reward 
BETTY PURCELL, 

oted: One bull-dozer to 

lirt with,— MR. HOAG 



Prof. Freeman; Our 
is pronounced Pin 
Pin-guin.— THE PIN 
YANS. 

\ note has been re- 
ceived that one of our last quar- 
ter graduates, G. Kilpfltrlck, ha 

■ .!i.u-::i'.r M.irih ii 

.. ■ ■ . 

meals at the Smith House by 
claiming a vitamin deficiency 
and by laying down - 
every month. How's the chow, 
Fred? 

Notice Extra Notice: I know 
it's hard to believe both that 
dainty Colon Brltt and little In 

..nee took 
piano lessons. The pianos must 



SB the Bayonet column? D 
want htm (or her) to hi 

: to the Editoi 
: telling us the lowdown. 



C !>// l\/> C.IRRV CLEANERS 



HOI / Ii ll IS On 



' .1 ' Wll'l - 



DAHLONECA, CEORCM 



DET BIGLER 




The New Year brings its tra- 
ditional resolutions; I made my 
usual one this year and posted 
everybody to remind me of it — 

And now 1 have wedged an 
opening to talk about traditions, 
which is what I intended to talk 
about all the time. Traditions 
in school are recognized as 
bonds of unity between classes; 
in old, well-established colleges 
and universities, these tradition; 
have become accepted parts of 
the institutions. There is some- 
thing healthy about school tradi- 
tions; they indicate loyalty, 
school spirit, and a permanent 
regard for the school and its 

North Georgia has her tradi 

seems that they are being lost 
in the shuffle of the varied per- 
.-,1 malities and plans that com- 
pose the changing classes. One 
i if the most closely-adhered-to in 
Junior College days was the 
]. lattice of designating the rail' 
ing around the monument to our 
first college president as "Soph' 

if Roost" and allowing no 

Freshman to sit there. With this 
policy in practice, the students 
felt honored as they became 
Sophomores and could thus ob- 
tain this privilege. Several stu- 
dents have mentioned that this 
and similar traditions should be 
renewed, and that the Senior 
id establish a tradition 



. of i 



i if i 



ed— I'm inclined to agree. 
There's another phase tc 
question of traditions in schools 
that I've heard a few corm 
on— from both faculty members 
and students, Perhaps I'm tread- 
ing close to a touchy subject, but 
being a debater— "Where angels 
fear to tread" holds no fears: 
li this matter of student i 
■ 

■:. is entitled 
i in respect; this holds 
true even though the professor 
■. ! ( hi; an individualis- 
tic sort of person, rather than 
the prototype of what a digni- 
fied college teacher 
to be, or is quite friendly with 

a newly -acquired maturity, often 
tUe courtesies such as 
"Mister" plus a name, rather 
than just plain "Prof," It la 
usually carelessness i 

■ ■ 
a student Interrupt 
a professor's train of thought to 
,.k some simple question— but 
II Is such lack of on'" 

a student as not being 



College Campus 
Life — Love, 
That Is . . . . 

defines the word 
college as, "a society of scholars 
wporated for study or in- 
corporated for study or instruc- 
higher branches 
of knowledge," and the word 
campus as, "The grounds of a 
college between the buildings," 
and the word life as, "The series 
of experiences, of a body and 
which make up the his- 
tory of an animal' between birth 

With these concepts from Mr. 
Webster I am quite ready to 
ramble on the love-life as seen 
on North Georgia Campus. 
North Georgia has a lot of 
campirs — I know; because I 
sist Commander 
n cleaning the leaves 
By square rake, we 
three million, seven 
four hundred and 
sixty-five pulls of physical 
campus. But the physical 
campus, in comparison to our 
mental campus, is unimportant. 
By mental campus-life, I merely 
mean, our actions between 
classes. This brings us to the 
fact that the men at North 
Georgia are men and the women 
are women ithis in itself is a 
pretty good set-up I. Take these 
- and you have North 
Georgia love life. 

Now, North Georgia has a lot 
..f -i.ady-Teddies" and we find 
them almost every where we go 
. . . ion the campus). They're 
the ones who simply must eat 
together — but this is not good 
since they drool in their food 
and take up loo much space, for 
too long a time. Let's st 
can find some examples 
type. Ob, yes, Henry and his 
companion, Frank and Sarah, 
"Tut" and Mary, Roy and 
LaVerne, and, wc 
those people who ji 
by the seat they're saved for the 
"Plague of their Heart" 
doesn't come around at all, 
life, you empty vessel," 

Next to the "Steadies" are the 
■■Butterflies." those ever busy 
little flirt* 

tables as often as a full mug 
of "Zip" All smiles, charm and 
the best in witty answers- 
Woodward leads this gay mob, 
but only as a n» ■ 
Butch? 

This thing repeat! 

gain no matter where 

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■ 
■ 



BAYONET 



EXTRA DUTY LIST 



Now that you folks have voted 
for this section to remain In the 
BUGLER, we'll continue 
giving you the low- 
down on people's love-affairs 

id short-comings, etc. 

The first on the agenda this 
me is a little note from HUGH 
ABBOT. He wants us to start 
running the faculty spotlight 
seems that old HUGH 
his favorite prof., MR, 
McCOLLOUGH. in. 

Ve can't understand why H. 
MILLER didn't have among 
Who's Who at NGC "The most 
conceited EseL" " We're sure 
lave won that title. Why, 
;n had the gall to say that 
CADET BUGLER was 
named after him. 
Since PAT BELL is "penned" 
iw, we don't want all you 
wolves to be howling around her. 

>R] V REAGIN'S indif- 
ference to the cadets. Cute 
I't it? 

Sat nite you can always 
go down to the lobby and dance 

■ m!v tl.-e's Eh, Jo E.? 

N is tor nice— ALVA MASH- 
BURN. 

is for ornery— BURGESS 
FITE. 

rascal — WESLEY 
B ROWER. 

T is for talented and toothless 
—SHOT 

H 1-. for hjdeous— J. T. MC- 
CORMICK 

G is tor good—l ti 

is — MARGARET MALO- 
NEY, 

A i- for Amour— JOHN KING 
and NELL WALKER. 

All these letters stand for 

North Ga. College, and a good 

i bunch of people. 

Don't take this column too hard, 

imt intended to hurt 

your fellings— much 

P. S. Our apologies to J. T. 
Mi CORMICK. We meant H for 
handsome. And, ALVA, if you 
think "nice" i- too Jlsslfied 




p s jr what do you know? 
BLODGETT didn't make the 
column this time 



NAME 

CLIFTON, LAMAR 



HALLMAN, KATHRYN 



LIPSCOMB, WESLEY 
PARMER, DAVE 

PATUREAU, ALAN 

SCALES. BEN 
WHITE, JEAN 



Conduct strange 
(knowing too much 
about Military 200) 
Conduct demoralizing to 
Cadets [not practicing 
speed-ball more often) 

Conduct misfitting Coed 

l She's "A Big Girl Now"- 

Shuuld grow up 

Noise unbecoming to a 

Cadet (calling girls to 

breakfast 



Endangering welfare of 
bj decorating his 

■ 
lather) 2M 



i londm i unbecoming to a 

co-ed (running through the 

ii I In a blue 



101 



Movie Reviews 



Hi I!'. T!i. . : 



lOnthS "f Jan 






..■'.■: 
■ ■ 

hi my Kelly 
■ Ffered on 
Jar 21. On the 22 and 23 
■ 

i; and 27 

bring the "HoHy-hit of the 

. ih e form oi Hum 

■ 

Umed under 

the title of 'Cloak and Dagger". 

Extra "goods" for the month 

hide "Ivy" wlih Joan 

Fonuin and Pal Ki 

- Williams 

and Jimmie Durante star in 

great tradition the hit 



ISGC At Turn 
Of The Century 



stroll 

through some of the older dor- 
mitories and heai i idlos giving 
out with good tidings about the 

. ■ 
on hoi plates, and see some Tel- 
l..w, arqmrtng a little "know- 
how" with the aid oi an el& 

trie light -.ill this makes It 

h.ud to realize that guys old 

enough to 

came to Dahlonega In h 

buggy and lived in those very 

.;... mum . the iiKidi'i-ri 

nentlc-ned, 
It Is difficult to conjure up 
., p| ture of NGC In the Pre 
Plnball Machine Bra, a time 

■ 

ins "souped- 

thing. It Is mosl am 

is confusing, i 

through the till 

■-,■ wlili'h contain'- T. I ■ --- 

ilng cadel i 

This i k 

ga'a own Colon*] Willis Hed- 

i oi mer PMS&T here. 

■ 

■ 

i ollege build- 
■ ■ ■ 

■ ,!..,- co ihall 
be required I 

o . ii pidor, and h ill be re ipon 
■ 
■ 
change!) 

■ ■ 



thai i adei . were noi allowed to 
i Isli othei i ftdeta except From 

i ,ui i.. i ;tu in the afternoon, and 
then "iiiv by Invltatii I the 

■ iWli.il B 

blow to bull i ■ ■' i Wii th ■ " 

wen the d 

the little jreen booh even bso ■ 

Hi.il a -'.id.'! .-nuhln'l li.dl.-ii".. 



■ ■,-. ■ hei , i,i-i | 


a duel, u 


also Btatea In n 




terms when 11 wa 








office m leems I 




the Dahloneg > Ite 


..LA Ml Ml-' 


i adei . the better 




Hops were often 


■ 


urii.iv nlghu bade 


in I'm.,, and 


that has nothing 





Informal 
■ 
meal here wa i o ritual In Itaelfl 
The i ideta were i autloned noi 

to ' ih 

suggested 
thai evei ■. ■ 

ii:iiat<.il, I 

,..,,., \,, t i.' I. ii tin' dining hall ,ii 
ii,,, ..Hur time 
w hen ntlnel (yes, 1 i ild 

looked nit" the roon 

■ mi right?" w which do ih« 

i,'i.iv, -Ail risht ' n ra 

'■ ■ ■ 
ing the bell to in ■■*' < ■ 

■ 
who plaj 

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■ 

the i i 
■ 
i i'r« fixing 









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i Efficii 

Membei FD1C 
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DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



t h t: (. a i) r_ t 



Roots of Culture 




JANUARY- THE GARNET 

BIRTUSTONES DATE FROM THE 
12 GEMS IN HIGH PRIEST AAR- 
■ ■ ONS BREASTPLATE WHICH 
SYMBOUZED.IN TURN, IS- 
RAEL S 12 TRIBES. THE ZODIACS 
SIGNS ANDTHE 12 MONTHS. 



TRADITIONALLV.ONES BIRTH ■ 
STONE BRINGS GOOD FORTUNE. 
CHINESE WEAR TWO BIRTH- 
STONES. L EST ONE HA AID 
MAKE THE OTHlR JEAL OUS. 

JANUARY PEOPLE ARE THINKERS. ORATORS, 

TEACHERSAND SCIENTISTS. 

(■ "****jpjk_ *>** r *^~*~^JANUAPD&BtRTHSTONe t 

g' J ^ayg& ^^T . THE GARNET, WAS WORN 

BY THE ANCIENTS TOEN- 

| ft SURE SAFE 7 

T 





CALMNESS. 




rring [a ' 
The girl 

wrap without 



. plans for i 



sugges- 
get into her 
They 
■ 

, i , and catch a bus (he climbs 
InfbTBl) (fi I 

At the hotel where- they dine 

. the devastating date 

. . i.t.v |....-.->ing girl Hi, I 

occasionally remembers to tell 

)ih own girl that she looks "sen- 

.„,,„„;,]' He orders without 

consulting her (7)— and then in 

j Charles Buyer tone of voice. 

begins a detailed review of all 

li its he's ever made. 

Finally he whips his gal to 

the dance floor. He jitterbugs 

'.■lie else fox-trots. 

,\\\ a few routines " 

u-irl has 



i (g.) When i 



the dour 



first critical year, 

'.i/v Danish Father, by Karl 

E«keiund The truly amazing 

incurable romantic. 

Neils Eskelund, told by hia 

equally romantic 6on. 

The World's Great Madonnas. 

r Cynthia Pearl Manus, is an 



, ,,dav. January 23, 194^ 
anthology of world-famous 
pictures, poetry, music, and 
stories covering six continents 
and twenty-five countries. 

The Nine Young Men by 
Wesley McGuire, is an en- 
terraining and informative book 
about the new Supreme Court 
and its members. 



HE1SRY W.MOORE 
HARDWARE 

DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



Oberlin Grad Edits Advice Column 
In 'Varsity 9 for Uncertain Students 



ir i, it. y Esti ni had kept b 

,,i ob ■ lln i o '■ !'■ . h«i llfo 

would i"' H' 1 " i> •■■'' " i ihi i 

.. i ,uqy write ■ .' dal 

mi [ppi ,.i ing in ■' no 

Uonal magarim two pagi ■ ol 

the uncertain mole 

The que itlon Mli i Bitrln deal 

wiiii range n "Should I go 

steady In my freahmari ■■ ■ Ql 

|., HOW I ."i I :■■ ■■ It' .'II ■'!' ' 



Lucy prepai ■ ! '- : iiei po I 

I mug Mun'n 

by being i ol too 

IIKr.t ||.']llll.n I'.Hl. l 

oi ■ the Oberlin, Ohio, c ■ 

i,u . 3ho ■■■■' !■■'' ■ 

II,, It.-vl. ■■■■. 

i„ | ,,;..i ..n .i .:.!■. i mi editor ol 
ii,,. i oiiegfl yearbook 

|,, i,,., ' Willi-. M.iH.i7.llie" ill- 

u, (a , i. ii, | hm ■"> ivcd .ii ten 
majoi do i teull ■ a lege 



J.&B'*. SHOE SHOP 

01 Ql M K. i 01 KTEOUS SERVII E 



he doesn't introduce 
oortlng (9. 
■ ivei hei 
after •> brief to 
: rng kid Bee you some time 

Esurln, "is 
■ ■ 

Salute to Generals 
From the Students 



happily on its way 
The mcmberi of the 

,, managed to achieve 

■ 
,i, nir : i.-i.ii i>i Deci 
\i thi !')■■ 

ii t" Bui •'■•■ the only 

planll t who has found the Lost 
Chord and cannot gel rid of It 
say. Keith 

England <' ,1,M "" "■ 

ii,,- « i.nih'i, rii., ii, ■ : England 

,,..! I.. I! I l| ..,, .,1 ■ | ' 
The trumpet:; ,n>' Mi.iiin.-'l 1 iV 
.11 IV fi."!. .mil IUII luvnl .mi, 

who i . Hi., leadei for this "Let 

1 1.,- Time ■ Roll" group. 

, ■ i: Ui anade, 

.mil .Hi y Veal play the trom- 

l ■■;, mid ll "ban been rumored 

i'ii. hi circle ■" thai Jimmy 

\ ...,i won I 

- v Keyi talent showa. 

.,.i fin the bill Taylor 

WlllC If." ', 

Profi oi Mitchell 

I Mull ,■■.-. 

■ 

' tilings arc shaping 



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•^ 



THE CADET BUCLER 



SPORTS 




BASKETBALL 
THIS QUARTER 



with the < 
of Georgi; 
Cadets of 
5-1 to 51 



JANUARY 6 

sturn basketball game 
Owls of the University 
a Evening College the 
N. G. C. were beaten 
rttme. The 






played in Georgia's 
brand new gym in Atlanta, and 
in your reporter's opinion it 
was the most exciting game he 
has seen this year. The game 
never varied more than a few 
points at any time and the score 
changed hands five times. 

The first half went along 
slowly>with the half-time 
!l, G.E.C. 16. But 
the second half started, both 
teams began dropping baskets. 
When the final whistle sounded 
was tied 4848. In 

pulled ahead and in the last 
three minutes froze the ball. 
High man of the game w 
"Luraley" Kirls who racked up 
25 points for G. E. C; Gailey 
.. ored 11 points and Smith 
points for N. G. C, 



when the final whistle blew. 

The Physical Education De- 
partment arranged for the stu- 
dent body to attend the game, 
and the students enjoyed it very 
much. The cadets and coeds ex- 
tend their thanks to the authori- 
for allowing them to attend 
the game. This appreciation 
shown by the good beha- 
of the students at the game 



gia Military College in Milleilso 
die, N. G. C defeated the Bull 



In a preliminary game N. G 



1! 


vas by far one of the best 






adets have playet. 






Their ball handling 




passing 


was almost tops 






n play was mucr 




l preceding games 


rhev 




goodly present of 


he;] 


shots; t 


hat was something 




they hadn't been able to do for 
most of the season. 

Pinholster was high point man 
for the Cadets with 15, followed 
by Smith "with 11 and McEver 
and Gibbs with 7 each. Nail for 
G M C \<. .is high for the lasers 



from the G 
E. C. "B" team, 33-. r, .2 In the 
last three seconds of the game 
Fowler dropped in a free th: 

N. G. C. 

Jannary 9 

In a confusing and highly 

pame at the Gainesville 

High Gym. Piedmont College 

< r C. by the score of 

34-29. From the start it looked 

,,, it the one referee would 

have a hard time, and as the 

game progressed, he became 

more and more confused. 

Piedmont took an early lead 
and N. G. C. could never over- 
take them. Both teams played 
hard ball and there were scraps 
throughout the game. Murphy 
led the scoring with lo points 

v..,i nslu behind 
B, Chandler fouled out and 
manv of the players on both 



JANUARY 12 

In a nnrisrheduled game in 
i;,,mi. -wlk', New Holland Mills 
defended N. G. C, by a score of 
57-39. It was a hard-fought 
game with New Holland': 
perience proving too mucl 

K was evident from the 
when New Holland made five 
of their first sink shots that th'-' 
Cadets were in for a hard fight. 
As the game progressed the Ca- 
dets slowed New Holland down 
and played a very good game. 

Chapman for New Holland 



Gailey was high point 
for N. G. C. with 10 followed 
by HcEver with 9. 



"5TI 01 w v 

„p (,,, the Bed in I «U and Fount 

N0RR1S ' INDIES 

Ml ,11 INGSWORTH I INDIE£ 

S "i si ppi ii S 

■nd 
\U. YOUB PERSONAL GIFTS 

GRIFFIN'S 

"On. Bui Ofl Ihr Campiu" 



North Georgia College Vs. Piedmont 

— PlWlu hi/ l-jirlumh ,V * 



DID YOU KNOW? 

By BnttenrorUi 

1, The Stanley Cup hockey's 
highest award dates bai k to 
1898 and was donated by Lord 
Stanley for the hockey cham- 
pionship of Canada. 

2. Babe Didrikson. famous 
U. S. golfer, is a great all-round 

;ur athlete. Out of 634 
sts she won 632, lost only 
member or a 
and during the 1932 
i oa Angeles. 
; 1 i.-nion T (C\ i Yming was 
B only pitcher in the first 
indred years of baseball to 
n over 500 games, 
I Harry Breeheon of the St. 
rdlnala is the first 
ithpaw to win three games In 



.Yi.il-I : 



HcGo 



md featherweight 
| 1(II11 , r . ; , ,„,;,! the liphtweiKht 
king, then was through at 21. 

all-time scoring re- 

■ league profei slonal 
138 goals held by Nels 

the only 

man ever to make a Grand 

rill ih, French. 

Ie tennis titles in one 

B The first [iroadcast of a 

rootball ■-• ■ 

■ ■ ■ 



U, S. Open, an 
Amateur, the only 
ipllsh this in the 



Salute To Generals 
From The Students 

•ontinued from Pagi t) 
present they seem to be 

having some difficult} In I 

ing a place to practice. The 

admin! itral has promised to 

ge a place tor 
, and what is more lm- 
portant, some new m 
including a piano. Nev,-,th.k ■ . 
they have managed to prefeel 
a smooth-working orchestra 
which help- the reputation ol 
colli ge 

. ■ ,i i M al their besi 
when they play those slow, 
dreamy nor, 

i Ish Things" 
■ 
■ mpo these day . bu( 
for tho e hi p - il 

thi ■•■ have 

Eastern Basketball dubs Afraid To Go 
West, Says V of Illinois Athletic Director 



SPORTS 
FORECAST 

By Wes Browor 
,k tor the Georgia bosket 

.ii H.-..U, to finish 

e top >>i the S. i ' - 

b play 

tlanta Orai 

i just fall in finishing 5th 

e Southern League mould 

a ,,., mi „. >48 comparable 

Ci u kei 
i were smooth Ln « Inning 
iem League 
i playoffs, bu1 I 

■ 



have hoard rumors »t a 
,. Hoekej team starting i» 

ita. WO kttOW people Ol 

ita and vleiniiy mold love 
Itncss Hi'' sport K* the 
lest, (DoIIoa ■'"" Worth, 
Honaton have teams. Why ».-i 
Atlanta?) 
you know we hate to be nai 

rov. rmn>ir, i .ii jporta and 

sport pages, but as fai at we 
concerned the ah. mi i 
■port Department 
■ 

mer North Ci-' ' " "' L ' llll "■ 
uf ,i late g;.une )»■:•*<■• " 
and Atlant.i Ii Coll. ■■ 
■ 

'■ ' 

the score, not Ignlfli ant, woi 
-,i ,,i i Three point I 

■ ■ time <m h ivi no 

tlced It either! 

Moral Give " «'""' 

Credit i> Duel 

p ■ pored ich i umhei i "'■" 
Me Off Uptown." Th« »uM 

■ , . | i,i th it thi Li ' <<■■ ■'"' 
■ .,!,:,■ ii then ■""'■ 
. it! * contempli I 

The Btudi 

lei the Genei 

I belun.l Ihem <.n.*tm... ' I"'' 

cent, with a napp i 
. you." 



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hon 



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Ba 



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Country's Greatest Athlete 

■ 
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I anoty, the 

I I 
. . 

■ ■■■-., v. ST 



■ 

i ■ lei ropoBtan 

i..,.i 
■ 

■ ■ 0U1 I 

thai hi thi 

. 

i to thi 

:. ,l game*, 

■ . 

when stars of both coa*W met 

■ 



THE OLD HOME TOWN — — -~ By STANLEY 



PF. T BUGLER 




Fashion Notes for Men 



Knot. We sa; 
cause many of 



of you fellows 
• the Windsor 
' "trying" — be- 

the Windsor 

not knotted. 

SO . . . 1 : 1 ■ ■ 

sketches froiO the "V.ir iiy 
Magazine" Fa hion Mote Book 
that show exactly how the 

Windsur kiml ••hnnM U- tied. 



The City Shoe 
Shop 



Woody s Barber 

Shop 



i Hi.- tie through the colho 
thai Hi. 
little ovf-r i 









2. Start like 

ting the long end around tha 

i in mil . 

. I., I g Hi: \ ML I J J - I 

and pull u i !■. the plghi 

iri>i-i..winK nv del 

i pull cartful!) 

:.. I.. I in .1 |MI Id t U 

:.. tin- li iin- way the tie 

■■.ImllM liwiri I„-i,.i,- i ,,ii,|i|Hl.lf 

Now iak>' n ld< end and i"i 
low arrow, mai Ing ■ ■ 

.l;.| IM-.ll 

i, Tal e the b Ids 1 1 1< ■ up -ip" 1 

through the cental knol (ftil 

lowing Dl i"'.'. i. B '."H would 

tie in. 

'< < |il. 'in. n, .nil huulil 

ii. even Here you have tho 
fin! bed and pi i rei tlj pro 

■ .. i i no! 

Simple bul i ii 

• tough n can be if 

■ ■ trying to learn from 

lone ■ ■ 



Bui 



■ ■ ■ ■ 



ii.. iii< knot, and 

double B ii. 'i oi ' iii'. knot 

.ii.. ■•.!■ i |..-i 1. 1 tlj proportioned 

umi i . • ivi<- rlghi ■ •! thai 



THIS i- \ PI RSONA] INVITATION I'" 

you 

ro visn us ujd 
ENJOY 

Whole .mi.- Fun, 
I i Fellowship 

and 
Krai Fovoriti ■- Dl 

BILLIARDS 

AIM I 

Sandwiches — Dritihs 

AT THE 

Dahlonega Recreatum 
Center 



Quiz — Are You A 
Good Roommate? 



"i; IDEAL DORM 
COMPANION. 
One ..( the most important 
ollege curses um'l 
■atalogue, but it might be called 
'Living With a Roommate." 
fust in case your 
mhte to tell— better give your- 
;el/ a quick cheep-up. 
■ 
.... ■ . .in. tlon . 

I y,i, ;,,, ■:• i " 

pretty fair 



13 



17 






n than 17 indi- 

■au-s you're too good to be true. 

f. on the other hand your 

v 0, "Varsity" 

■ ■ 



Eastern Basketball 
Afraid To Go West 

(Continued from Page 5} 

tion, Eastern teams suffer a loss 

■ . -.. —and then a loss of 

box-office receipts because of 

decreased drawing-power. And 

rj the whole question comes 

own to a question of finance. 

Still another consideration, the 

. Vanity article con- 

s, is the position taken by 

„.«.../ metropolitan teams that 

Western basketball .:•■ 

buccaneering, It Is often said 

latin* in the West is 

that floors are bad, that 

play ui rough and 

counta this. He finds 



DO ■ 



, 



Do you Bulk? 

|] (00 much? 

i '•■ i .ui .-ui loudi 

. Do you goi Ipl 

tall to consider his 
her like* and dislikes? 

pert to be in- 

.iv.tntfons? 

Do -"■' brag about your 

; 1 1 position? 

■■'.ii rely on your 

mate for amuaemantT 

10 | io '..ui t.iii. too much 
.ii.Miii v.-iii in.. ni mi. natal 

....... ; i.iik about 

yom trouble " 
! ■ Do ."N try in ba ihe boss? 
i '■. you ask questions 

pei 

1 1 i>u v.. ii hare his In- 
to Do ■ ••'! lack re pei < rot 
mi roonunati 

16 DO '...ii [.i.,v the radio 

tin i'. ' 

r Do you take the ba ' 
■ i hog ni.- closet 

M Do vim iiti. i the room! 

i'i Do 

Up DftOl ■' r 

■ ■ pay ball 
oi i ual I ; 



Campus Mumor Mag8 
Train Top Humorists 

■ ■ ■ ■' ■■ . i. 

i;."l .iii.l Hum. in |,hl].i.'..j 1 ili.T... 

1 "ii. '■■■ 'ni Ii'ln'i really 

d id i'. .'if. 
when the I 

i 

■ 
laugh a) 

.01 D| ii,. 

each other, with thi 

H IMi ih.. I.i, ullv 

■ 
a ni -i year, i 1 ■ 

Bitter v. hai they print, 

■ 



SAUJTS SAUIES 




Friday, January 23, 1918 
the officiating fair ail over the 

country — and insists that since 
Western teams have been forced 
to learn Eastern regulations be- 
cause of the metropolitan stay- 
at-home policy, it would be just 
i the Eastern fives to 
hai learning process. 
And so. this former "fighting 
K.tball coach con- 
clutles, "For the sake of col- 
k.'tbail, these Eastern 
schools should make every ef- 
!,.,■( to build and carry on the 
right kind of inter-sectional com- 
petition— a rivalry based on 
keen competition, equitable 
and improvement 
of the game." Forget the gate, 
, , article suggests — 









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^ Cadet Bugte > t 

The Voice of North Georgia College ^ 



[>\lll il\ll,\ SYTIHDAY. U'lil, .21,. 191;: 



BUGLER NEEDS 
STAFF MEMBERS 

Yes. we want you on the 
Bugler staff. Even if you think 
you can't do any fancy writing, 
come on anyway because you 
won't be by yourself. 

If you haven't enough im- 
.iL-inau-r to write a feature arti- 
cle, then you can join the news 
staff and write only the hard, 
cold facts. 

There's no pay, but there is 
a little honor connected— be- 
lieve it or not. Also, you can 
use your position on the Bugler 
5rtaff as an effective means of 
revenge if you're like most of 
us fiends. 

So keep your ears open dur- 
ing the chapel program this 
coming Thursday, for the an- 
nouncement "f our mating place 
— and the time. If you are plan- 
ning to be sick in quarters that 
day, then see Chuck Stewart at 
your earliest convenience. 



N6C Oddities 



fix your hair by 



Coach Sheets, head low, chug- 
ging around the track passing 
amazed boxing "work -outers." 

Peeved professor interrupting 
student, "Any similarity be- 
tween that response and the 
correct answer to the question 
is purely 



Coed whizzing down walkway 
emitting blood-curdling yell as 
she is hotly pursued by cadet 
holding out a sleepy little grass 



P. T. boys looking like a can- 
iannlng chorus line In the Gay 
Nineties as they kick high for 
B new leg exercise. 

Library' scene: Campus romeo 
carefully reading book on "How 
to Get Along with Women." 



CYCLOPS DUE 
IN WEEK 

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■■ ■ 

that — according to the contract 

here in about 
■ 
tribute*! to the subscribers im- 
mediately on the arrival oT the 

A number of the pictures ap 
■ ■ 
the Cyclops are almost as old 

■ 
these old pictures are ones of 
the first graduating class and 
of the first faculty. 
The editor, business manager. 
'"'.■<hips have 
tried to give you a yearbook 
which truly represents the col- 
lege on Its 75th anniversary. 



REPORT ON THE 
DEBATE CLUB 

During the flurry' of spring 
plans, many of the campus or- 
ganizations have made plans and 
preparations for the present 
spring quarter's activities, and 
this report on the activities, pre- 
sent and planned, that the 
debate club will participate in 

Inquiries among the student 
body will show that few stu- 
dents at our school realize the 
aims and purposes of the debate 
club. The lack of information 
carries over into confusion 
about the official name of the 
debate club. The official 
designation of the organization 
is the Forensic Senate of North 
Georgia College. Another of the 
Forensic Senate's woes Is the 
lack of knowledge by the stu- 
dent body of the activities of 
the Forensic senate. For in- 
stance, in the winter quarter 
the Forensic Senate participated 
in the Glendy Burke Centennial 
Tournament at Tulane Univ 
sity. Both teams, negative a 
affirmative, placed fourth pi; 
in competition with eighty tea 
from over twenty states a 
also Canada. 

Future plans of the Forensic 
Senate for the spring quartet 
include the Georgia-Florida trip 
or tour. During this trip the 
Senate will debate such teams 
as Emory-at-Oxford, G,S.C.W„ 
Armstrong Junior College, 
Emory-at-Valdosta, and Florida 
State Teachers College at the 
University of Florida. 

Tentative plans for admitting 
new members have been dis- 
cussed and anyone wishing in 
formation on the Forensic 
Senate contact Jean Wilson, 
secretary of the Senate. The 
Senate has plans for the cluh 



Attention 
Veterans 



iii..t 






and'fall quarters of 1948 and all 
on trips and new 
members will be announced at 
a future time. 



In ■ 









if the Forensic Senate 

trig recap of major 

■ Li] embody the past 

efforts of the organization. The 

Senate took first place in the 

UUlsapS College tournament In 

■ 
They won fli 

Kappa Alpha at the University 
i|>pi In January of 

i firsi place 
in the Georgia In'* 
Tournament at Enmry 

hour each Friday which is held 
mo in Price 
Memorial Building nt 4 o'clock 
P. M This hour is purely In- 
lit Professor Clark 
■ r Many 
subjects are discussed and every- 
one has an opportunity to air 
any topic 
The Forensic Senate Is again 
looking forward to a successful 
year. All students are urged to 
Inquire about the activities and 
the future plans of the Senate 
and to assume an Interest in the 
organization. 



Here is the latest "poop" con- 
cerning your subsislance allow- 
ance. Effective April 1, 1948, 
Pubil Law 411 Amends Public 
Law 346 to this effect: A veteran 
who is pursuing a course of full- 
time institutional training shall 
be paid ; 
of $75 per month if without 
dependant or dependants, 
$105 per month if he has ( 
dependent, or S120 per month if 
he has more than one dependent. 

The increases provided undei 
Public Law 411 do not apply tc 
veterans pursuing part-time in 
stitutional training (less than 12 
semester hours in institutions of 
higher learning such 
sities and colleges.) 

This increase IS automatic for 

sary to claim an additional de- 
pendent after April 1 and no 
action on your part Is necessary. 
The Veterans Administration 
will automatically adjust you; 
iubalsteni e 

But ... if you desire to claim 
an additional dependent acqi 
ed alter April 1, 11)48, you should 
forward satisfactory evidence 
of such dependent as promptly 
as possible, since an increase In 
your subsistence allowance be- 
cause of such dependent cannot 
be made effective prior to the 
date of receipt of evidence show- 
ing entitlement thereto. 

For complete information con- 
cerning new dependency claims, 
which should start April 1, read 
carefully that Inconsplclous 
of paper that w 



Southern Accrediting Association 
Inspects North Georgia College 



i li.ved \ 









NEW DIETITIAN 

Mrs. Lucy S. Dosler. Mllledge 

place Mrs. Nealy, who is leav- 
ing in June to join her husband. 

Mrs Poster studied ,-it Crnrgl.'i 
State College for Women and at 
Florida State College. For six 



The position of assistant die- 
■ 

nenson hai 
been filled I 

ii Jackson 
■ 
mother ai the Unl ■< 
Georgia. 



New Science BIdgr. 
Nearing Completion 

According to Dr Rogers, the 
new science building of No 
Georgia College is expected 
be ready for occupancy at 
beginning of the summer quarter 
of this year, and if not 
definitely in time for the fall 

The three-story, n 
structure, costing over 1300,000, 
was designed by Tucker am 

Howell, architects, of Atlanta 
Each floor will have adequab 
facilities for the science to In 
taught there. The first floor i 
designated for the department of 
physics and will contain Bpacl 
ous classrooms, laboratories with 
adequate ventilation and the 
most modern equipment 
ducive to efficiency and 
duct 1 von ess. The laboratories 
will he furnished with new furni- 
ture throughout. The cost ol 
new furnishings, such as tables, 
desks, and so forth, will exceed 
$60,000. Besides the laboratories 
and lecture rooms, each 
will house large storerooms 
the offices of the faculty, There 
will be three physics labora- 
tories arid two lecture rurntis for 



ent of chemistry 
e three laboratories 



physics. 
The se 



The department of biology 
vill he located on the third 
loor of the building. Two 
laboratories for biology, botany, 
and zoology, and two class rooms 
wilt [inn Ide adequate working 
lies for this department 
The physics department will be 
provided with ;i spei 
tory for the communications 
itir let offered as ■> pari ol the 
trrlculum Several of the lee 
ire rooms will be designed 
iMi eating on i 

IIm preaent roadway In front 
of the building win be raised 
abOUl four feet and the ground 
filled In up to the bu 

a level lawn. The 
.'. iji be 
of the mo*i modei n 

■ 

Free Week-End 
Begins May 7 



Dr. M. C. Huntley, of Blrm- 



A l.i 



Exei 



Secretary of the South 

i-utum of Colleges and S.-rond- 

ary Schools, and a committee 

Composed Of Mr James M, Hew- 
lett, Dean, Centre Col 
Vllle, Kentucky, and Mr. James 
KiiKini. Preside in Newberry 
College, Newberry, South Caro- 
lina, made .1 turn- of Inspection 
of North Georgia College on 
Friday and Saturday. April 9 

The committee, representing 

ed the school thoroughly in a 
routine inspection to determine 



i the > 



: by 



llii- Southern Assm'l.d Ion. 
The men in-mn red tin- library 

to determine it- efficiency and 
the degree to which It serves 

the college curricula, Also In- 
cluded in the tour waa the col 
lege Infirmary and the housing 
facilities of the college. 

Mr Huntley and the Other 
members of n,,. committee vis- 
ited the offli e ol the Registrar 



the 



of 1 



cording. 

Another one of the 1 ilple 

objectives of the committee was 
to determine the amount and 
source of the College: | 
support 

There has been 110 Official I* 
port on the outcome ol the 
Checkup, but according to Dr. 

■ i;,.o r i'n- .dent of North 
i;. orgle College, the school has 

a "very favorable mill 

Dr. Rogers, "there were only a 

few minor dlscrenencles men 

In. tied In nn uiiolhr-l.il ivav " Mi- 
llie word 



,111, ,1 



with ,1 laugh. 



- tung confiding 

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,n fix your hall by It ' - 

■' t p. m. or at 

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chugging around the track pan- 1 day. Student* are f 
t school by quan 
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CALENDAR FOR REPORTS. 
^I'RINGQIARTER 



1 March 26 to June 8. 



New Holly Theatre 
To Open June 1st 

The new Holly "'■- iti 

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THE CADET B U '. I. F- K 



THE CADET 
BUGLER 



Published Monthly 



i harles !.. Stewa 



[ North Georgia College. 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Lurry N Cain 



Tom Sattefflcld 

Alan Patureau 

... Theron White 



s Staff— Wm T. Dean, Jr., Jack Hopkins. Mary Jane 1 



Why Are You 
Studying So Hard? 

By All] n < Johnson, 

That's taking a iol for granted, 

isn't It? But i presume you 

are I neither know what 

that you are erlou '■■ and i on 

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question, what 



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it? whai will 

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■ i college i'i- ate? 

demand it, my parent expei i 

landing an b iiiV 

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, lata . requli 



Dial ■-'■ 111 It'l'd 

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i would like tn in.ii 

prut heal h)im-t vaUmi 
you arc tblnl 
through, if you dei 

worthy ol ymii 

even for 1 1 1 ■ ■ ' ■ T . ■ ! ■■■ mih i u< ■■ il 

nothing bit'. ■ 

to build n beautiful house and 
no one ever live In It, or ship* 
that never go to ee 11 would 

r*- worthless in wire ;i ells .mil 
never turn on the llghl . OX I 
struct greal !. 

what 1 am thinking about? 

Lei rne come to the i H by 

saying that 1 deem It a tragedy 
indeed to poE --■ ■ thl BC1 Ml 

Institution we call 

we build anil equip it 

thoroughly, and not u 

the utmost and tai the good 

The Bible says "To 

knoweth to do n I .mil dneUi 

it not, to him il is sin" Jesua 
said, "Learn of Me." He meanl 
more than merely memorizing 
magnificent Truths concerning 
Himself, but with thi 

f the true meaning 
m glad we no longer 
measure a successful life In 

tion, but more by quality, spirit , 
and service rendered. Christ 
said. "Whoever would be chief 
among you, let him be servant." 
And now. if, giving all diligence. 



this l.i i 

In id i would like 

'i 

i Sundaj breakfeai i on the 

down I- a .i 
There oro Lh ■ 
i why thle I 
would i" an d iol Lo the ca 



A BETTER 
WORLD AND YOV 



WHAT JOHN 
THINKS 

By JOHN YACKUBOSKEY 
'Lewis Fights U. S. Order; 
of unrest, discontentment and youth's Industry Periled." The 
above quotation Is the headline 
of the April 7th issue of the At- 
lanta Journal. The text of the 
Increasingly polluting the mlndl (article under the headline deals 
lp f the people of the World, with the current soft coal strike 
Twice, in less than half a cen- which I have been following 
tury, democratic nations have w nh more than a passing in 
. , the price of liberty teres! The article relates the 
In terms of death and destine- serious ramifications of the 
tion, in terms of tea! and ■ d then subtly suggests 



hear) h be and In lonellne roi thai 

loved ones who failed to return. ! whir 

Yet, today ;■-■ 

|ir-'i;ir lung another world of 

■■ ■■■ i 1 1-. th i 1 

in which thou and ■ Dl imerlcao 

;...■!'..■■■ 

the author has a solution for 

think thai another 

article I written with die hope 
thai the ■ 



i striking l 

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caused by the 

re 400.000 coat 

ir a definite 

be merely in- 

i the reports 

the paper are concerned 

d, furthermore, according to 

the operators 

hi.- coal mines are never to 

. 

;l demanding 



thought which win •-., i ■ 

blmsell and whai he maj do 

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plat 

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remote from the formulation of 
.i beltei world Ind ■ 
foi ii i bard for u 

making thf i»m, >■ • .mi, ■inn i- . ,,i 

tin- world Bui m.i i- 

Lion ■.'. i urn t taki i"i granted 

our ele< led offli Iol i 

We ihould 

! 'i ' fi om »i- v, 

hi, i i ,oke ■.in i o ■ and concen 
trote on doing nui hare ol 

i Ing in !,■ ii 

■ ' m 1 1 con 1 1 1 ■, 

Well, whal 
tlo I i i .i I ■ 

tl |im ■ 






distasteful to the 
the word 
Communist." 

pinion through 






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|.l'.-|., With «"'>" v ■ U f f H I I. 

, .nil, ill 

theli in ir 

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|. before I 

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Instead ol behind them 

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of life 



find thai ■ 

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heh basil 
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ihti'UKhmu In,- w,- ,,,,■ ,-,,mihu 
:il1v liitln, n. 

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Knowledge t, mp irtni a 
Temperance Paili 

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Uwaj , ■ 

Head & Wimpy 

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.,iii the nation has turned against 

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roi anti-l lb 

I..--, i i ■ 

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Unit) 'i Wine W n leers of Amerl- 

i 
tended to I 
Into the n 
i |.n ilble 

Mentally, thi ir has ad 

d polnl where he 
I ■ Impel i. H" e "i in- 
place In our ec ml< 

1 1" i ln'i:iti i; in v 

hr. who ■.'. ■ 

urn .1 iui|i'..i lam m. In ■ 

n. ii i i .-mim-'i ,il,'il m .i 

manner thai ! ■ him to Ih e 

iin.i.'i com 

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the mtnei 

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tttte. of fee soJtn 

I nav« t\.>He*4 thai the people 
uth with whom 1 have 



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Barnstorming 

A little while back, on Fresh- 
man Day. when the boys were 
privileged to view the girls s n 
their more or less natural beau- 
ty, several expressed the opin- 
ion that serious doubts had 
sprung up as to the advisability 
marriage. 



morning and have such a queer 
sight greet you. What a hor- 
rible contemplation!" 

However, since this Is leap 
year (we have to give the girls 
an even chance), we have de- 
cided to do a feature on the 
Barn and to tell you what real- 
ly takes place. 

When you boys complain 
about the girls being a little 
late for breakfast, do you ever 
stop to consider how much time 
and effort they spend In becom 
ing beautiful just for you? 
Think how it would be if you 
could see them as they look In 
the safety of the Barn — clothes 
thrown on any old way, hail 

■ 
socks, no makeup, and perhaps 
some cold cream smeared on 
for good measure. 

Sometimes the -girls have a 

^,i,«l ...Id ■ fashioned hen party 

(don't they always 9 ! Then ev- 

forgotten except the 

isslon, and 

: Li ' 

before It Is over To begin with 

everyone In the Barn is dls- 

ii :i iiie range is in 

, i.'.ivnl !,i ini.linlf .ill "I '-,■(, i 

and then Life itself i ■ 

■ 
times the transition is too rapid 
i" catch, and sometimes the 
three overlap . om iderabl) How 
ever, many Intereatln ■ ■ 

are brought In oi i 

free for-alls 
So life .ii the Barn ■- 

p ii t, entirely ignorant 
of Hie miner' problei 

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we have fail 
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bject I ■■■ 
lated upon ' I am sure that If 
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living •anil working 
. to life tils 
work Involves and the import- 
ant pari his industry plays In 
tiomy, they 
would be In thorough sympath) 
■ . . te and would see 
would act 

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my knowledge placed : hi 

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. ■ 
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tn most cases it would tie the 
greed and ui 

■ 
work stoppage. 

■ ti 
something like this 
TORS STRIKE; RBI : 
GREAT MINERS A LIVING 
w tGE - would be mui 

to the truth than aomi 

recent strikes headlines 

And now the mora' 

k before you leap" 
THINE before you form » n 

and above all be sur* 
ILL the facts of &' 
ease and not merely )ust on* 
side of the story El 
your own interests to be correct 
In anything that you might D»« 
an opinion on. 



iraav. April 2-t, 1°48 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Roots of Culture 





APRIL - THE DIAMOND 

/NEARLY CHRlSTtAN TIME S. 

many people wore the 
j /2birthst0nes success- 
, ively.asmonthstones.' 

each being thought mo$7 

favorable in its own 
*{ month. 

the diamunu, most brill- 
/ant of gems, was the 

FAVOR i T£ Of Q.UELN MARIE 

ANTOINETTE ANDTHE 

EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. WM^i 

APRIL PEOPLE INCLUDE FAMOUS PIONEERS. 
SOLDIERS. INDUSTRIAL LEADERS.TRAVELLERS 

$i?Z&W?!r~ ^^M?4i ^**« W *«J SMALL SON. 

PLAYING WfTH BRIG*** 

pebbles found on a 
river bank, led to dis- 
covery of south afwcas 
Diamond heu 



DIAMONDS HAVE ALWAYS 
EXPRESSED MODESTY, 
PURITY AND INNOCENCE 
A DIAMOND ENGAGE- 
MENT RING SYMBOLIZES 
TRUELOVEAND HARMONY. 




SIGMA THETA 

The Sigma Theta Fraternity 
got off to a flying start this 
quarter by sponsoring the first 
Informal dance of the quarter. 
Other dates held by the frater- 
nity on the social calendar are 
April 2<. an Informal dance, and 
April 25, a trip to Trahlyta. 
There wtll also be the quarterly 
Sigma Theta banquet at the 
Smith House. 

Several men were pledged In 
to the fraternity this quarter. 
Initiation was held Sunday 
afternoon, April 11. There also 
were several old pledges initi- 
ated Into membership. 

To replace two of our old offi- 
cers, Tom Mathews and Bob 
Purce.ll, who hit the road after 
quarter, B< 
unanimously chosen 
g president and Clay 
p was elected Treasurer. 




REX 
FRATERNITY 



; of i 



Social Calender was one of their 
popular dances, In the Gym on 
Saturday night, April 10. 

The next day, Sunday April, 
11, the Fraternity journeyed to 
Lake Winfield Scott for a 
Bar-B-Q. The last one was en- 
joyed by all and the Rex is 
looking forward to another big 

Later on in the quarter the 
Fraternity will go to Lake 
Trahlyta for another one of its 

Nominations for new pledges 
were received at the Fraternity's 
first meeting this quarter and 
twelve boys 



jRec Club Has 
i First Meeting 
| Of Spring Quarter 

I The regular meeting of 
Rec Club was held in the at 
Friday night. April 
le president, Barb 
King, in charge. 

The revised constitution i 
presented before the club, 
were approved w 



Page Three 

| Dramatic Club 
\ Plans Big Play 
.In Near Future 

I The Dramatic Club of North 
J Georgia College is excitedly mak- 
ing plans for the production of 
| Oscar Wilde's "The Importance 
I of Being Earnest" during the 
[Spring Quarter. This is one of 
] Wilde's famous comedies which 
plications that 
arise when a person tries to 
profit by telling a little white 



You Aren't So Dumb 



bids 

Norris Brown, Jimmy Coleman, 
Alva Crow, Frank Hurst, Jim 
Hogg, Rex Skelton. Frank Wall, 
L. R. Sewell, H. Q. Davis, Bill 
Cannon, George David, and 
Tom Campbell. They were ini- 
tiated April, 4 on Crow Moun- 
tain, in the tarditional manner, 

Pledges who are ready for 
membership are Sherron Smith, 
Snooks Barnes, Binny Haynes, 
Walter Peacock, Buddy Yar- 
brough, Leroy Whiting and 
Tebie White. They will be 
initiated into membership Wed- 
nesday night, April 15. 

The Fraternity has recently 
purchased a plaque, of which 
it is very proud. This plaqu< 
is designed similar to the Frat 



participate m that team's tour- 

A new secretary, Jean Adams, 
was elected. 

Plans for the informal dance, 
April 17, as well as tentative 
plans for the Rec. Club Formal 

For attendence the Trahlytans 
received 100 points: the Mer- 
cureana 75 points, and the Phi 
Omlcrons and Hippolytans. 50 



n't think you might have 
a little thick-skulled when [ernlty Pins, having a skull, 

couldn't understand the **>"«. and usln S whlte >'*«* 
represent pearls and red 
represent rubles 



relation between the cartoon ol 

chicken with several tails, 

lngs, and legs, and the cheml- 

il Analysis of a Woman— 

which appeared In the last issue 

of the Bugler. There was no 

on. The cartoon of the 

chicken was to represent the 

material for the chicken (?) 

served in the college dining hall. 

to a mistake, the caption 

omitted. 



This plaque will be 
Initiations, dances and other 

of the Fraternity. 

ent meeting a nomina 

cused absences a quarter would 
utomatlcally place a member or 
probation for the next quarter 
The member, If absent twice 
luring the probation quarter, 
Bill meet before a committee 
ippolnted by the President and 



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This Is the first tlmi 
Dramatic Club has accepted 
challenge of so great an 
undertaking, and the members 
itering Into the task whole 
heartedly. 

Already materials are arriv- 
ing for the construction of new 
^enery. Professor Martin, 
ho has studied stagecraft at 
Columbia University, will super- 



■ the c 



scenery the Dramatic Club has 



weeks. Work will begin im- 
mediately thereafter for the 
presentation of the play dur- 
ing the mldffle of the quarter, 
with Mrs Sirmons directing 



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This nomination was approved 
unamiously by the majority 



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i of rain pound 
tng against the massive hall 
make a steady, low roar. The 
yellow light of my candle fills 
the chamber with grotesque 
shadows. 

musty atmosphere, the inky re 



: back i 



flickering 
reveals to- 



felt-like dust. I stand in awe of 
those countless -volumes so long 
untouched by human hands. 
Cautiously I reach out to select 
one of the ageing books. My 
tenseness heightens as I place 
the volume on a large, dust- 
laden table nearby. The book 
protests with a loud creak as I 
open it J 

On the fading, brittle pages 
I can make out something about 
NGC in the 1830's. Hastily 1 
read, "Cadets who chew to- 
bacco will provide themselves 
with a cuspidor to be kept clean 
at all times." But suddenly a 
chilling draft engulfs the room 
My heart leaps to my throat as 
the candle ebbs to a small 
Spank! I slam the book shut with 
a resounding clap. 

When the candle begins to 
burn brightly again, I scan the 
chamber in nervous relief. 
Suddenly my eye falls on an- 
other volume resting on the 
lofty shelves. It is a strange 
looking book that seems to be 
enshrounded In a misty glimmer. 

Being compelled in a sort of 
hypnosis to withdraw this Im- 
maculate volume, 1 let It drop 
*o the thickly dusted table with 
j thud that echoes throw (jr. nut 
Ihe deathly quiet room HOC 

in 2000 A. d.", proclaims the 

Initial page In the book By 

chance 1 hit upon the college*! 

i : egulatlona for those 

(hr-dlstant times, Spellbound, 

i Cadets who hoi e rookel 
ships will please refrain from 
landtag ihem on tha 

2 Television lets must not 
be played during quartoi 

3, No Btudenl li allowed lo 

have In ins posaeislon ony 

rei rackera, and all 

death ray guns must be da 

posited with the dormitory 

1 The regulation *upcr-hel 
met, containing X ray vision 

etc.. must be kepi polished 

and ready for Inspection ; 



5, The military companies 
will line up In front Of Lhfl pill 

hall for breakfast, rum h, and 
dinner tablets. 



will no! m..|i".l iln 

i they are cleaning 
doing other typos 
Any one letting 



dents will go to the underground 
shelters and will remain there 
for the duration. (Usually 

9. These rules and regula 
lions are subject to change by 
President Rogers (Buck). 

about these perplexing rules, 1 
leave this eerie chamber to go 
out into the turbulent night. 



Ulr ft 




The New Look 
Comes To NGC 



take a look at the new 
spring fawhlonfi the girls are 

earing. They say that Georgia 
is gone In for "the new look" 
ure wholeheartedly than any 
hei state In 'he Union, and 
course the NGC coeds can't 
I left behind 

Though .in Ho' ' rw li and 
BDOUt riding In 

spike heeld which neem to 
[ho gill' * J J r I m.ui.iK'- 

1 xeveral Inches to their 



e noticed that 

o i Irii an i bli ■ ■ 

year. I hear that thh Is a 

dtbntabli que itlon In the 
faahlon world Apparently the 

nrinlirr || , 

the debate are flotern id 

mainly by gondei [| ei mi 

U a -■ on,,,. :,., reels 

II I gl SOI WB Itfl "I n i 

matorlol to 

id ■ thing new ha been 

- id definite!] This win be 

mo even more ovldent later 

thj 'ii ii i ■ ■ ■ t 

Wl Ifou're right U ' | attl 

i ] ngei h hi yoxi 

■ b octal out* .i t if yoai petti 



Inquiring Reporter 

One of the main topics of 

vi.-r-ation around the campus 

these days concerns the pur- 
chasing of corsages for the 
Formal Dances. Recently the 
inquiring Reporter has proposed 
question: "Should the 
. ,iFJi-i kIvc their dates corsages 
lie Formal Dances?" The 
I i if both the males and 
females of our campus were 
irled and Interesting. 
Jean Wilson: "No. The ex- 



. In t 



]UI 

. field ■ 



plaid 

■ 

than one kind 

at fever going i 

night thru- w.i. sn 

epidemic or Hah i uttlng ovei 
n the Barn Do 
though none of the girls re 
gretted the tact that they hid 
■ . '.n iv locks, be 

■ 
nowadays and lonnj and Maty 
Beth (tha 1 official halrdrei sei | 
goi the new it} li llrecl from 
Lb Parla. 

o then H i iih- -,rw Loos 

like It' 



INVITATION 
FROM THE 
Y. M. C. A. 

The president and the cabinet 
of the Y.MjC.A. cordially In- 
vite all cadets of N.G.C. to visit 
the "Y" room in the basement 
)f Price Memorial Building to 
itudy, read the daily papers 
md current magazines, and to 
hold your "bull sessions". The 
' room Is equlped with tables, 
Ira, lamps and a good supply 
_. magazines and newspapers. 
The V M C A. hopes soon to 
e a radio for the conven- 
e of the boys. All cadets 
invit-ad to come to the "Y" 

n to relax any time— every 

day— between the hours of 7:30 
. M. and 6:00 P. M. 
In addition to the movie pre- 
■nted last Wednesday night, 
there will be two more Wednes- 
day-night movies presented this 
quarter by the Y. MCA, On 
another Wednesday nigh 



■ of < 



• For- 



Is per quarter amounts to 

ttely fifteen dollars 

ml that's entirely too much. 

f there were only one Formal 

quarter, then It would be nice. 

Poole: "I don't think 

the Cadets should, because of 

Ihe expense. If we had a local 

nor! it perhop the situation 

OUld be different However if 

fellow likes his date very 

uob, I think he should " 

Qene Crawford: "It depends 

upon how the boy feele. Most 

are brought up to think 

flowers necessarily go with 

i dl but In most cases the 

■ in i .liloni It, arnl hesldcs 

the girl doein'i feel bad II ihe 
doe n'l re< eli t q i oraage." 
Milne Johnson: "It's really 

I'lirij; in « lo'thcr he can 

afford n or not, but in any 
the girl doesn't feel bad U 

■ 

.ill in-. BUM "I the '■'■.: 

' I ., 
■ nee during 

them then 

ay'ro going steady they 
■ houldn I give, i oraQea. For 

me ■ -Hi. i ■ pai d 
maybe $7.80 on ■> girl they may 

not ex 

Jenny KIngery "It'a accord 

Ing tn Who the r.nli'i : ami vs ||.. 

the girl Is i think the cadel 

■ '■. on ipeclal ox 

caalons and to certain Inijlyldu 

.ii i Another thing, when ■> boj 

■ n odating another 

.on! tli.T.'fun- dating .i j{irl be 

doesn't know, i don't ttunk 
sage ■ -ii- neoauary " 



movie, lecture, dance, etc. 
All boys are Invited to attend 
those meetings and to join the 



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Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner 



Wednesday, April : 
"Blackmail" 



Thurs., Fri., April 

"Red Stallion" 

Robert Paige 



Mon. Tues., May 3-J 
"Sagion" 
Ladd Lake 



Wednesday, May 5 
"Cigarette Girl" 

Lesley Brook. Jimmy Lloyd 



Thurs.. Fri., May 6-7 

"Song of Love" 

Hepburn, Robert Walker 



Saturday, May 
'Vieilanties of B< 



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Saturday. April 24, 1948 




THE CADET BUGLER 



SPORTS 



Varsity Football 
At Our School 

Yes that's right. NX3.C, one< 
had a football team. But it was 
way back there. In fact, it was 
twenty-five years ago. And, 
incidentally, it was a good team. 
Let's go back and take a look 
at this team through the eyes 
of a member of the squad: 

"The records of wins and 
losses of a college of Dahlonega's 
size must of necessity favor the 
loss side of the ledger if it plays 
college teams. It is only seldom 
that a small college attains any 
degree of prominence and this 

may not be above the average 
but certainly it is due much 
credit for the splendid record 
this year. 

Much of this credit must be 
given Paige Bennett, our popu- 
lar coach, who made a glowing 
success of his first year as 
coach. Facing the problem 
which all new coaches must 
face, be Boon won the friendship 
and respect oF his players, and 
thus Insured their loyalty. After 
that the teaching part began. 
Into heads, some of which were 
ignorant of the first principles 
of football, he had to pound the 
science of the garni.-. How well 
he succeeded is proved by the 
splendid showing of the team. 

The first game was with 
ClarkesvUle \ & M The Blue 
andily by a 
31 to score. Only for a few 
minutes was the varsity injected 
into the fray. Had they played 
the entire game il is difficult to 
■ 

Other games in which we 
made a good showing were with 

' 
Tech Freshmen, Georgia Re- 
serves, and Fort Denning. 

The final game of the season 
and the one which we were 
most anxious to win was with 
the Piedmont College team 
from Demorest. This game was 
staged in the city park at 
Lie and was one of the 
best games of thi- season The 
first half ended with neither 
team having shown superiority. 
1 'c* h Bennett led h I i 

leld and during the In- 
termission injected some of the 
ii tl spirit. It was a 
transformed Jacket squad which 
started the second half, and It 
soon became evident that Only 
a matter of lime separated 
them from victory. The specta- 
lying of "Dummy" 
Dreger featured this period. It 
was again Hugh Skelton who 
put an end to Piedmont's 
hopes and. incidentally, won the 
game by scooping up an enemy 
fumble and racing thirty yeards 
for the lone touchdown of the 



Ves. this was 
Maybe In '73 I 



NGC Is Beaten 
11-2 By W. T. C 

NGC opened its '48 baseball 
season Monday. April 5. with 
double-header against Western 
Carolina Techers at Caullawhee, 
X. C. The first game was an 
abbreviated encounter and the 
9-inning nightcap was rained 

The "Cadets" lost the first 
game 11-2. Turner started for 
Coach Grove's outfit and was 
taken out in the sixth with the 
6-2. Up to that time he 
hadn't given up an earned run. 
Errors plagued the "Cadets", 
whose hitting was very weak. 
The Cadets garnered only four 
hits. 

There still remain 15 games 
id we are looking for Improve* 
ient here, when we play Ogle- 
thorpe April 9. 

BOX SCORE 
NGC 
Lee, c.f. 
McEver, J., If 
Pinhols'ter, if 
Brown, rf 
Palmer, ss 
Chandler, lb 
Galley 

.nthony, rf 
Whiting, c 
McEver, V„ 2t 
Turner, p 
Jackson, p 
Hale, p 



AB R H E 

1 1 



Boxing Tournament 

Leather really flew in the 
college gym Thursday after- 
noon at 4:00 o'clock on April 8 
when annual NGC intramural 
boxing tournament got under 
way. The tourney shaped up 
as a personal feud between "B" 
and "C" companies, as the other 
ompantes offered no entries. 
The 175 pound affair featured 
"C" company's George David 
defending his crown against "B" 
company's entry, George Tut- 
wiler. Two freshmen, Joe 
Greenway of "C company and 
;r Bradley of "B" squared 
i the 150 pound bout. The 
sluggers pitched 16 ounce gloves 
:hree one minute rounds, 
dinners being awarded gold 
metals to call their own. The 
n dodging stray punches and 
doing the refereeing 

In the big boy's battle both the 

nteBtants were veterans of 

last year's tournament, David 

inning decisions over Harry 

Crews and Mark Ham, while 

Tutwller mas decisioned by 1 

George David's five feet 

ii inches poked him 1 

inches closer to the ceiling 

than the other George, wit! 

seven altitude.. Both 

ieai ies weigh 175 pounds 

Kill from Atlanta, although 

Tutwller claims first allegiance 

Urn knead. David attended 

1] at Castle Heights 

iry Academy in "1 
while Tutwiter learned to read 

.vrite in Bulldo | 
Tutwller began boxing in high 

ficial match by a ii- 
opponent began his pugllstii 



Gibson, 3b 

Norton, rf 
Gayle p 



this 



The 



seem to run 

pretty consistent parallel with 

■ : .ii tnosl department 1 

including age and best punches. 

David's personal history reaches 

back for nineteen years and 



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sS^ *&Y 



RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING USE OP 
TENNIS COURTS 



Shnli'iits 
Been 



be permit! 1 rl 
ist furnish the 



balls 01. 



Of I'l.'ISS 



■ of lii 



i'cd 1 roc litiet itudenl inaj us- n 

l"""' 1 ''" , ■ ,,m ' "'"■ ' ■ I'" <1nj .ml l ahi mtUI 

'"■ ' '"''I "II-:.. I fur M-., .,1 ;, euilff (See .,,,,- I. ,,,..,, . 

Offioi 

Sm - 1 '' 1 ;m ' ,l " 1 allowed if us .,, ■ ,■,.. ■ players nrc 

P" 8 * 1 " 1 ll " «d mi C ts ivil t 1 ■ r s . , 1 for 

'i' 1 wl en 1 ked ;.i. -11. 1 (Sumo rule us 



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1 "" I i-ti aftei .. rain, 1 

-i.ii,. i- i,,v. 1 j r . r . ..-!.. ■■ 1 .1 , . 
■" Il om « 1 pftv Is through or 



Lei us have yo 1 
rutwllei 1 bul ,, few months 
behind. They both hold the 

Mlr-kerl I, '■ 

in h ■!.. 

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. i.'. , deel Ion 

ind Bradli ■ li 

1 11 Into tournn 

-■Hi boxing nefthei ol tl 

having taken up tl kle 

ntll they on Ived 11 SO* ' 

1 "■ '■ ■■■'■ 

■t the large delegation from the 

1 city 

In .1 md fifty 



undci Bradley, an 

Druid urn HI |h 

hall in. he 1 
give ' 1 1 . \ I 
ni h idve il '. ghi u Mi 'i 

■ 1 i . The 

only boxing < 1 >nc« the 

Foil vn <■ tricled to 

high 11 1 1 ig and 

e- ntly nclthei he developed 

'. punch thai leem 1 to them in 
be their be 1 althou ■ 

I ■ ■ ■ ■ 



Standard Service Station 



. Tried the Bei 



Dahlonega Cafe 




How To Write A Letter 

To Your Sweetheart— 

Or Advice For The Male 

Who Wont Send Mail 



Saturday- April 24. 19-W 

guy, you know— intelligent, at- 
tractive, sweet — and you've such 
nice hair. But it needs cutting, 

TOU I know. Getting one to- 



guys got it and some, have 
■ ■, /hat Judith I hair 
Ellin, author and letter-getter, 
: , sad experience. But 



t if a guy's 



here he's going anyway. 

Write 
of Varsity, the I down, and take it from there 
Magazlni 
remedy 



ROBERT M. MOORE 
General Merchandise 

A FBIEN ' NOET 50ESUS COLLEGE 

FOB YEARS 
DAHLONEQA, GEOBOIA 
"YOUB [DEALS IBE "I R DM U 
FtOBERT M MOORE 



The Smith House 

h, the iteftrl of Ihe Blue Rldgo Mounlni ih 
Many Seonie Attraction, 

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Camp W11I1M.BN 12 ml Nod'a Gap -- 21 mi. 

n 1.1 i.i. 'i. .in 18 mi, 

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PEGCY LEE 

■ ol Radio, U il 

and Capitol Records 
group of Junior college 
tudenl have Jum asked me to 

the music busl- 



ting aheai 

,1 .,!,,. Ill till- U.UXU- I 

quasi 1 'vr <".■<■! ii i'i 1 1 >"■ 

use vii really thought 

ii ;. . being .1 1 uLa at all 

1 jii,i knew whai i muted 
■ 
■ .1. don't alwayi 
me right 
■ 

in. and woi k .'-"in (vaj through 
all klndi of trouble k* to i 
happen 

in a bakery 

.I ,1 eluo 
money I made at the club wi 
even pin q*j and 

]y,'ilil jUUl enough In nn.ii.inlrr 

thn e mi al 



M: - 

article-full of fool- 
turning 
areetbut-not- 
corny letter to your girl. 

"Porgel about form" is the 
Hi ■ commandment. Ignore those 

101 U* openers like. "I take 

Well, how 
1 ,m fine," Dive In— for 
■ idlth In a flight 
'. horses. Once 
beating his old, 

Int Is, get going by 
writing down anything that 

through a catalogue of 

Don't worry 
aboul BChoollah form and 
sational. chatty, 
natural. 

fact, says Varsity, t 
Ideas. Just Imagine a 
between the iv 
hi Foi example . . . 
SHE: Hello, you! Glad t 
m again You're a wonderful 



A, , 



i.i i-ii'. proud ol mii- fact t 

w.i.' urn ..I tin h. ■ i ii.ini worken 

Dial hakei <f . hi 

manager I'mililn t uiM.-i ■ t-nnl 

why 1 wanted to ring for ■> liv 

lid turn out mor 

bn ad In a day than i 
jhe had, A.I any rate, ha wo 
■ ideritandlng guy and (••< 

■ 
1 -I' .1 ihifi 
That 1 ■ )ui 1 ii ■ 
many things you do II you .1 

Inton o can 

thi ■ thing ■ 

and you kei 1 1 ■ 

1 have 1 .mi 

■ 
wall and worl 



Importani thing In life for mi 

and the t . . . 1 thai 1 1 

inn || rjiai 

David noi onlj has in en 
hi plratlon for □ 
inn niao ha 

■ 

■ 









■ 




When j 














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iven 11 y 







Now thai 
down. 1 aea 11 

d fun that raally 



ight admit that ; 
hair-in-eyes, because you 

hut you wouldn't mind some of 
her hair in your eyes — right 

What else can you write about 
the daily diary' is currently 
ill? Well, says Varsity Maga- 
ne. try reminiscing — about 
iur youth, for instance. Recall 
old experiences together, dales 
it may be 
easier to write the things you 
found you couldn't say, Specu- 
late about what she's doing, 
whom she's seeing. She'll love to 
read about herself. 

Above all, says Varsity, show 
that you like her, that she's in 
your thoughts. If you can do 
that, you're set. And without 
majoring in English, too. 



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^ Gadet Suqle't 

The Voice of North Georgia College ^r 



VOLUME XVIII. 



DAHLONEGA. GEORGIA. THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1948" 



NUMBErIs 



FEDERAL 

[NSPECTION o[ 

Worth Georgia College will be con- 
dueled May 17 and 18, 1948, ac- 
cording lo plans now se! by the 

With the Military Department of 
! College A tentative plan ha? 



I tor t 



I of i 






I subject to 



mg Officer, Lt. ' 
PMS&T, I 

The tentative schedule is as fol- 
lows and is published for the in- 

17 May 1948. 

LtfiOO Individual weapons and 
marksmanship. Observation of 

structor on the Drill Field 
— Military 102, Second Sec- 

D800 Tatics. Observation of class 

—Military 302, Section II 
'i8D0 Theoretical Tests Conducted 
by personnel of the Inspect- 
ing Team in the Auditorium 

0910 Evolution Of Warfare, Class 



. Observation of cla: 



and in regular classroom, 
—Military 402, Section I, 
) Theoretical Tests. Conduete 
by personnel of Inspectir 



field for next scheduled tests, 

—Battalion. 
inn Leadership, Drill and Exer- 

ii-!' . I Command. Practical 

work on the drill field. 

—Cadet Battalion, 
400 Theoretical Tests Conduct- 

ipectlag Team in the Audi- 

I'Hi In-peclion of Equipment and 

.Hid Inspection of all equip- 
ment in Military Building 
and the Armory. 

the fact that tins is only Ihe lenlo- 
■ i <.■ of the Inspection date 

■ nil subject to change Last year 

■' year that the college 

' peeled since It assum- 

■ four year college and 

■ n that inspection the college re- 




1 Formal Graduation 
To Be Held June 8 



NEWS BRIEFS 



l.hat this year will be another 

The Inspection Team this 
is Colonel Harvey Shelton, I 
try. Commanding 11th Inf; 
5th Division. Fort Jackson, S 
member Inspecting party. Lt. 
Nathaniel B Rieger; and Lt. 
Joseph S. Withington. 

Lt. Col. Schmidt announces that 
ihe inspection will be conducted on 
about the same basis as last year. 
will realize 



The Bugler Staff 

pl^, Wilkie, Settle 
To Edit Cyclops 



Col 









60 Go To 
Summer Camp 



the ROTC. Ihe War Departim-nt 
conducts summer camps for ad- 
vanced course students 'The 
camp in the Third Army Area is 
held at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and 
will start June 21, I'M:-: 
dents reporting not later than 24uu 
hours 19 June 1948. The camp 



1 attendance 
ansporiatio'i 



>earbook, The Cyclops VVUkle 



is Robert 

Georgia. Settle is a sophomore 

According to Wilkie. organiza- 
tion of the Cyclops staff is to be 
ciimpli'led In l lie i.'inl oi I lie miui- 
i mi log the fall 



Lewis .1 Mies, Jr., Powdei 
Spring'.. Henry D. Miles, Dun- 
wouih . Jack W Mil h-i i 
George E Mill., Gainesville; 
Robert E, Nelson. Jr.. Eatonton; 
Ira E. New. Jr. Add. James M 



Visiting General 



Fort UcPhenpD, 



Lme Regimental Com- ' 
Ktandu of North Georgia's Pro- 

IOI of Military Science and 
Tatics. Lt. Colonel H A Schmidt. 



I North Carolina: Julian L. 1 
lev. Floyd, Florida; Fra 
; Boyd. Dahlonega; Reiner ' 



i V. Harper, 
L Valley, James 



L Perkins, Columbus; 



Daniel D. Qulllian. III. Athens. 
William l Kei.i. Zebulon; Donald 
1. Robert*, Jefferson; Jeff T. 
Rogers, Jr., Augusla; Oliver H, 
Rogers. Tunnel Hill; Neal Rumble, 
Warner Robin., OeorgC P Short, 
Jp., Clarksvllle, John S. Simmons, 
Eatonton; Thomas G Tankenley, 
Eat) Point; Doyle J Tatum, St . 
Jasper. Richard S, WaMorstcin, 
Bronx. New York, William F. 
Yarbrougb. Thomaston, Jack B 
Yonge. ColumbUJ 

Instructions concerning Reserve 
Officer Training Camp attendance 



the Parades belongs to member! 

tary Department Cadel Major 
Britt came up with the idea Im- 
mediately and with the permis- 
sion of the Military Department 
1 " l ' 1 I ' Colonel Sapp and mem- 
bers of a surveying class did the 
practical work to locale each of 
Ihe points "just riclil Then 

Cdt. Lt, Kendrlck and Cdl Capl 

Fie. ni.m uol their head-; together 
and up thoj ..one with nil those 
ni a little hags which look good 

ma in so handy. If you 

just -ask BUH- 



; and scorched 



t "1 tin (in- H 

following the uehi.. 
BUSSEY ha-, a good one about 
ii. ii fire extinguisher But what 
most of us could not understand 
Mi Cullough 



Georgia College, a faculty comi 
tee has approved 

faculty for the graduation c 
cises. Formerly the Cadets I" 
graduated in then uniforms, 
Coeds in white gowns, and 



iiioii degrees winch \ 
S. Boatwrlght 



George Franklin Green 

Man Keneraon 

George Harold Kilp.iti irk 



Hugh Waxi ■>■! Tin ion a 

Ben i ■' 1 1 1 1- 1- Yarbrougb. B. 
The following are working 

ward the COmplotltl 'i 111 

\iiini' Evelj ii \llen B. 

Prank McCalla Boyd Q. 

En Ing Ge i BUloU n 

Robe: i Dai Id freeman h 

James Jathan Cn 9 

i- 1- Ij \ ii ;■ t hUngery . B. 



I;..-, i- \i. i lard 
Vlrgle w. McEver 
Hem D ia ■ U d 



UQ.C. OJJm, 



love " liniinm 

Military-lie headed lor Sunday 
trade Holding rifle In one band, 
vigorously Waving a unmll Con- 



would let u 

fuming to writr on blackboard, 

I is getting dn , ): ,,!,,,.. hrightlj colored ii.ni'li . . 

II decided , chief flown. g fcom bad Dbckal 



their Saturday night dale on the I 
social calendar. 

■ ■! : 

i ap tnd gown i gradnAtidn daj 

or I 
in« > Senior Class day or night 

■ ■ 
cipating tn be In M in i U 
ium a few day» before the gradua- ! 
lion. This .'.i 

■ ■ 
nuccewfully carried out. Mr. Will 

■ 
incorporated into a program and 
il being approved by the Senior ; 

.■•.■ting 



i m itrolUag 

I.'. Mn\'. Ill ■ 



THE CADET BUGLER 



The Cadet Bufiler 

Pubhshrd MomhK bj tb< Snxfcnu Df Norlh &«[» ColI«g< 
EDITO R BUSINESS MANAG1 R 

Charles L Stewart 

News Editor 

F,\m r .- Editor A '"° '' ur " r '" u 

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Mi/to Jun. I oflll ' h,J h,r 

Jimtmi Winter 
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World Conditions 



North Georgia College in 

the days are pleasant and 
nlghl relatively cool." Sumr 



ing recreation. 
Georgia, a seel 

grandeur 



gree— granting college of the Ui; 
verslty System ol Qaorgll 
quality, depth and challenge, i 

program is comparable to that i 
any liberal arts college or unlve 
any in the state, 

I Me college urogram Includ 

i | io Ihc A.D. ai 
B.S. degrees Major or roneoi 

tration study maj be in I 

Kuch intereeung I 



Psychology. Kii K IMi, Mai hems Una, 

■ turn, and HMtuy .n„| 
Pre- professional *urk include-. 



Want -Adi 



v. \mi.ii Hoi 




MILITARY BALL 
TO BE GIVEN 



pi eted 


ored bj the 


Officer 


Sergean 






lures the At 






a — complete 


with 


The 


time for th 


s even 






The p 


the college dining 






formal. T 




be abs 


lulely free 


to the 



irajtlag again rtie 



w \-:t\,\> To m lean om 

i,. i i boll tame i ho Players 

$o\ ■ '■■ pi d i"-'" 1 '-■"- on 

boys — aho's mliM Cherte 
Worley 



■ 



At long lui ) ...i 



pi) turo Borah Jo 



nq.e.ju4Ji 

Cnturu _4» 



i iiiiii 

■ii'< habit ol 
store* — except 






duatry. Special coi 
drawing, applied 



l"g horse* anil v< i| 

builnoai approved by the faculty 

-4s strictly forbl in, union with 

the lUMwlodga and 

"A student who ahnll otfei ni 
icoopl a fltDMngB to ft|M 01 In 
UU way .],(. gfti 

■ upbraid inotbei i it do 

i- tight, khrti iw. os&»l«d 

student ah. || Ho slloWen I,, 

■nu-frU. .'Ii,.i'*l 0n , 

■ 



"This Is What I Like— flood Food, Good Wii 
Company, And Bad Thoughts." 

Jlie vJauonet flatter 



lairmanship of Cdl. Capt. John 
lodgett. assisted b> Cdt. Capt 



HAitr;i-;iiON 

J gel 



We Wa, 



the 



Although 
didn't nieeoed in gi i ! <■ 
"uglleat boy" or "Tarxan," he 

h,| ■ ,,, ,..,-,| in 1 1 [ ■ [ " • ! t Hut' l ""'' 

fill ring on BT1NKYS finger. 

Congrats and all such! 
-•When the i it'i iwi 

u la) " Ol 10 FERRELL G. 

thinka. 

Whnl'n the matter with you and 
COKEfl K- Al " ' ' 

,„■ tort much 



■ scholarly type is woe- 
rent in the library The 
:ines that are there fur 



Whatsis", "Educa- 



■ 
duration of ll»V 
111 boy FRANK 
really mutt hum Mimi-IMrii! 

HAZEL NIfiLACK ban benull- 
lui oyoi I actually got a glimpse 



;•"" portaoee i huninlly— sue)) il.-| wa i vo w ldn 



,,if.,i, 









lentod by work car. 
credit In Secrtti 
Laboratory Teclinlci 

;. Including Physical I 



r grounda Homing 
•■ th.- college greui 



Visit 

The City Shoe 
Shop 



Expert Shoe 
Repairing 



LETS KEEP THE 
CAMPUS CLEAN 



iy ol you figured yet 

j play" if io, I Imagine 

like to laiow. 

BNDRICK liu finally 



C. L. CRAif; bi |um playing 
the field thi 
tiie field u ]u»t pitying him 

U \m WILLIS li no 

Ul'Ul.'ltl.UI " 11 IMP,,,, \| ,,„, 

■i ofl gDl I hi bi towing her of- 

Uctloni "i BMITTV <And 

EgeVtoA 

OUfmA think, thai the re*t 

" " "Win >*>•<■ \t huH ton <■■ , 

MOFUUeVAl MOOR] 

l ""< ' "I i"*',glfi ut in. .Irtawi 

Nl " I g, Tin i;v 



Ol Ihc Middle fig£ 

Gravity power! t&i think what 
economical transportation could 
hr had If we harnesses the law 
of gravity. There would be no 
more wasteful spending of money 



lor anything bul we feel 
that some" 1 ^! I Hthe tield of 
nenl is !#f&a Rook- 
ing for something good W r^rl '" 

iii.-ir> reminds ua of the time Mg 
went to chapel to see a movie and 

Analyst of n Bedbug" See what 



]ust I 



DC o n ,i (rip from Atlanta 
Dahlonega by "gravlcle." 

As we enter the gravity-station 
we notice ]hat a tremendoui 
tower domlnatM P»e entire scene 
Soon we are Rotng pp Ihis tall 

top, we walk out oftto a plat- 
form and enter the "grtvide." a 
sort of roller-coaster conffAptlon 
I'he brahei are released anrf wo 
begin to glide down the tritofc 
cickuiR up speed as we go. fit 
btl " the ' "immslde is whlik- 
Ing by Down and dewn we gn 
'he bottom of the 
Incline and Dahlonega Simple. 



building the big foUtr . 



EXTRA COURSES 
J* (OFFERED FOR 
" SOME FEW 






<up**rt Uu> 



ucJi Bene did inmm r 

■■ ■ 



*ll tnc ete in th, 

* would be 



ceed four flgur**.^'^ 181 
me bdllrieie dr4 oper- 
tv4 for two or three 
rMrytiftbg after thai 

must cau.ii^ a'l irdti enter 
bog bualaeeV •* pn ,r >'«t m> 



though th 

lijrtn'planl 



efil 



,nv 



well attended even 
re is *«ne lack of on 
on the part S< ^ 

era/rf not required 

s not n«cessarily hav« 
straight "B" averaye 



Ihe proper uniform, t 
mediately qualify for I 
rnjoymenl Incidentally, 
registration fee Is reqi 

^•n» Ukr advantage 
e Uflcen or twenty i 
entl t.,ke advantage 
nlque opportunity. The 
• to this d-" 
■ ComminBtf Hoaa 
nt Lt John Forrest I 



v. 



M»er*«i 



organ* pea la, and 
!•— tl dtflnlUty not 



a» decided to clung* 

BEN MALCOM ta in 

« for a firr j.» llnif 
ANE T-s old flamea 



derlul 
I'AJtlS 

■£* <- ma niSjJSL 

We" ,M " ! " IOd^ * ,1 aln *T Bntflti 
.1 nun BABY jane "J* J°"L'| , * t 
LONG voun, „d ; _ wuh . *^;;j 
met. home, car, and , WB . "'* 

io mar SpPJkln K o! WttKlnfj^ Ujgaj 

fet ,V T" n,Bl11 "«< ai. 



gab 
probably hav« 



retreibmenoj 






'■nil- specially selected C 


.del * 




*• 


>L /- S. Speef 


1 


Dt'l^frUble rnjurtfttT 


Dahlrtnega. Ga. 





Page Four 



THE CADET BUGLER 



Thursday, May 6, 194S 




Thursday, Maj 6, 1948 



THE CADET BUGLER 



ilL JLtor, of 



Qeorgfa Stal 

the leadership of B 
son, now a professc 
ties at our college. 



birthplace of 

a integral pari 
st NGC Under 

ir of mathemn- 



&. J&fc, 



Cc 



cu 



I Camera Club hav 
rarlly suspended 



Georgia I Photographers 



Annual Popular 
raveling Salon 
in display here 
during Graduation Week 



;, brotherhood, am 
mi.' the student 
i through this m 
Fraternity was 



vas contingent upon 

In 1930 the Sigm 

•overed lhat ii coul 
iete socially with oil 

his so-called defect, 



memhtrvlii|> 
ind sports 






Wh.-n the University 
of Georgia was reorgan 
1933. the status of the 
State College for Men w 
changed A large part 
faculty ami rtudent bods 
ferrcd to North Georgia > 

since NGO hud been 1 

from a degree 

a junior college- In the 10 

■ 

:■ (he nerd fi 
sort of an 

caused, the member* wl 
been in the Sigma OtnoSI 

Sigma Theta 
nity in 1634 under the fl 
of Mr. Desmond Booth 



yem TIil- Rex ' 
oldeal Fraternity on the campus 
and altlinui'ii If doi 
■ 
. giubj ,,,-, the attitude ol the tnembei 

IIV ,.|. Mlllll . reatet an all ol brotht 1 1 t and 

b, the i 
irmed two Fraternity, unjurpaaio