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CENTRE NOUS 

1946 



PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS 
OF HOWARD COLLEGE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



HOWARD BIDS ADIEU 



Octobr 22, 1945 



As a parting gesture the Navy Unit presented its official V-12 flag to 
the college. Lt. C. A. Schade, Commanding officer said "The flag is 
being given to the college to place among its archives. May it never 
aerain be used in wartime." 











to NAVY UNIT 



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The winning" of the war brings to a close the Navy V-12 College Train- 
ing" Program in Howard College. In the opinion of the Administration 
and Faculty of the college it has been at every point a good program. 

Every officer and enlisted man who has been assigned to us has not 
only measured up to the traditional standards of the Navy but has 
shown an appreciation of our problems and aided in their solution. The 
Y-12 Program has brought to us students of high quality, many of 
whom have adopted Howard College as their own, have won high schol- 
astic and artistic honors here, and have given color and interest to every 
student activity. 

As the ship's company leaves us — officers, enlisted men, and apprentice 
seaman — we salute them all with admiration touched with affection 
and express the hope that the recollections of their service at Howard 
College may be as pleasant as the recollections Howard College will 
have of them. 

Harwell G. Davis 

President 



Z)L NAVY OFFICERS 




LT. C. A. SCHADE, Com- 
manding- officer of the V-12 
unit during- its last term at 
Howard. 



LT. J. C. CAMPBELL who 
we remember as the Execu- 
tive Officer. 



LT. R. E. BOND who we 
remember as a grand guy. 



VL PLATOONS 



Platoon No. 1 
TRENT HOWELL, 

leader 



Platoon No. 2 

SLADE YOUNG, 
leader 



Platoon No. 3 
LES McLEOD. 
leader 



Drill Platoon which was led by 
Trent Howell and composed of out- 
standing- members from each platoon. 






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VL NAVY HYMN 



Eternal Father, strong" to save, 
Whose arm doth bind the restless wave, 
Who bedd'st the mighty ocean deep, 
Its own appointed limits keep, 
Oh hear us when we cry to thee 
For those in peril on the sea. 

Lord, guard and guide the men who fly 
Through all great spaces of the sky. 
Be with them traversing the air. 
In darkning storms and sunlight fair. 
Oh hear us when we lift our prayer 
For those in peril in the air. 

Oh Trinity of love and power, 

Our brethren shield in dangers hour, 

From rock and tempest, fire and foe, 

Protect them whereso-ere they go, 

Thus ever let there rise to thee 

Glad hymns of praise from air and sea. 



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VL NAVY HYMN 



Eternal Father, strong" to save, 
Whose arm doth bind the restless wave, 
Who bedd'st the mighty ocean deep, 
Its own appointed limits keep, 
Oh hear us when we cry to thee 
For those in peril on the sea. 

Lord, guard and guide the men who fly 
Through all great spaces of the sky, 
Be with them traversing the air. 
In darkning storms and sunlight fair. 
Oh hear us when we lift our prayer 
For those in peril in the air. 

Oh Trinity of love and power, 

Our brethren shield in dangers hour, 

From rock and tempest, fire and foe, 

Protect them whereso-ere they go, 

Thus ever let there rise to thee 

Glad hymns of praise from air and sea. 




Xded 



He's played football. He's earned conference track honors. He's served 
in the U. S. Navy as an officer. He's worked on a milk wagon. He's 
had the truant officer on his trail for playing' hookey . . . and even 
quitting high school to work on ships. He's won college honors for 
scholarship. He's been a B. S. U. president. 

He can put his hands in his pockets, slump up against a tree and talk 
understandingiy with poorly educated folk and make them feel at ease, 
or he can take his Ph.D. and good common sense up on Swanky Row 
and look comfortable with a tea cup balanced on his knee. 

He has all the ideals of a person who puts Christ foremost in his de- 
cisions . . . and yet. he has the practicality of the man who has lived 
among men from all walks of life and understands their problems. 

Teacher of Bible and theology and Xew Testament Greek, a holier- 
than-thou look from a goody-goody would give him the he-begebees as 
much as it would yon or me. 

He has the rare and simple gift of seeing human beings not in the light 
of their shortcomings or accomplishments, but in the glory of what they 
can be. He can get down on the level with a student without sacrificing 
dignity. 

To him the Christian life is the abundant life that doesn't have to wait 
until Judgment Day to be beautiful and is simply the product of rever- 
ing God and loving mankind . . . all of it. 

Because he's genuine and sincere and humble and idealistic and un- 
compromising and down-to-earth, we're getting a big kick out of dedi- 
cating this year book to. 

DR. VERNON G. DAVIDSON 



CATION 



ALMA MATER 

Oh, Howard, Alma Mater true, 

I love thy glorious name, deserving" every honor due 

To an unsullied fame. 

I'll love thee through each fleeting breath 

For all that thou has done. 

And in the agonies of death 

Be still thy loving son. 



Oh, Alma Mater, dear, thy life 

A treasure is to me: 

Thou, Phoenix fair, through flames and strife, 

Hast shown thy right to be. 

Since poverty has made thee rich, 

And struggle made thee strong, 

I view thee in thy self-made niche. 

And burst to filial song. 



Oh, parent true, the future fair 

Must hold but good for thee. 

For hope's fruition waits thee there 

In blest reality. 

And sons like thine will make thee shine 

With glory all thine own. 

And bring to thy maternal shrine 

Not gifts of gold alone. 

Words by Dr. G. W. Macon, '84 
Music by Prof. Paul DeLaunay 




ADMINISTRATION 



Our PRESIDENT 




MAJOR HARWELL G. DAVIS 

In this, our "Back To School Edition" of Entre Nous, the first person to 
whom we look as an outstanding figure in readjusting Howard to meet the 
needs of the veterans is Major Harwell G. Davis. We know we can place 
our utmost confidence in "the Major" to guide us nobly through the peaceful 
years ahead, as he so safely led us through the years of war. In his attitude 
of friendliness and helpfulness we find the true spirit of Howard. 



MR. EZELL 

Mr. S. J. Ezell, our Vice-President, is not 
so often seen around the campus. But 
through his work we know that he han- 
dles college business which falls his lot, 
both calmly and efficiently. We are sure 
we owe him much appreciation. 



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Manflrf 



DEAN BURNS 



Dean Burns is like a good book- 



-We 



want to get all the knowledge we can 
from him. 

His love of Howard and his desire for 
her improvement are revealed in his tire- 
less efforts to advance Howard in the 
field of learning. 

Because of his friendly cooperation to 
every individual associated with Howard 
we feel that we can go to him any hour 
of the day for advice and he perfectly 
welcome. 





DEAN DALE 



DEAN OBENCHAIN 



Our Dean of Men is well suited to his 
post. He always welcomes students prob- 
lems — either personal or pertaining to 
scholastic endeavors. Famous for his wit 
and understanding he has been a grand 
aid in helping with the reconversion ef- 



Our Dean of Women is also a constant 
advisor for the men. "Dean Obie" is an 
open-minded, frank person. In no class 
on the campus do we feel more free than 
hers. One of the first friendly personages 
we meet when entering Howard she is 
also one we hate to leave when grad- 



f ( irts. 




MR. BREWSTER 



MRS. KIRKLAND 



Lent S. Brewster, better known to the 
students as "the man with the money" 
has served Howard efficiently yet under- 
standing ly as Assistant to the President. 
Mr. Brewster through his foresightedness 
lias successfully steered the school in all 
matters of finance. For his splendid 
work and outstanding ability we doff our 
hats. 



The first person we students see and us- 
ually the last one is our registrar, Helen 
Sharbutt Kirkland. She somehow man- 
ages to find time to straighten out our 
mixups with an ever friendly and helpful 
smile. 



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ACTON 
ALLEN 

BOSWORTH 
BREWSTER 
COLLIER 
CORRIE 
COUNTS 



HUL-CEE M. ACTON, A.M., Ph.D. 
Projcssor of Romance Languages 

MRS. B. C. ALLEN 

Secretary to the Vice-President 

JOHN W. BOSWORTH, A.B.. A.M. 
Professor of English 

JAMES LUTHER BRAKEFIELD. A.M., 
Ph.D., Projcssor of Biology 

LENT S. BREWSTER. A.B. 
Assistant to the President 

P. P. BURNS, A.M.. Liu. I). 
Projcssor oj English 

MRS. J. H. BYNUM, A.M., L.L.D. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

OSCAR S. CAUSEY. A.M. 
Projcssor of Education 



JAMES H. CHAPMAN. A.M.. Th.M. 
Projcssor of Bible and Religion 

NASH COLLIER, A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

GEORGE B. CORRIE. A.B., M.A. 
Projcssor oj Economics 

MARGARET L. COUNTS 
Manager oj College Bookstore 

W. P. DALE, II. , A.M.. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor oj History 

HIDEN T. CON, A.M., Ph.D. 
. Issociate Professor in Biology 

W. IRVING CROWLEY, A.M. 
Projcssor in Modern Languages 



FACULTY 




COX 

DRAKE 
ECHOLS 
FAUST 

FORMAN 
HAMRICK 



VERNON G. DAVISON, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor in Religion 

FLORENCE DRAKE, A.M.. Ph.B. 
Professor of Speech 

MRS. ROBERT ECHOLS, A.M. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

JESSE IVEY EDWARDS, A.B., Th.M. 

Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion 

S.J. EZELL, ThAL.Th.D. 
Promotional Director 

GEORGE P. FAUST, A.B., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 

ELIZABETH FORMAN, A.M. 

Instructor in Mathematics 

HENRY L. FREEMAN, M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



WILLARD D. HADLEY. M.S.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical 
Chemistry 

MRS. J. D. HAMRICK 
Hostess, Girls' Dormitories 

GEORGE W. HESS, A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 

MRS. W. A. HILL, A.M. 

Instructor in English 

WILLIAM A. HILL. A.M., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Geographx 

MRS. DAVID HOMAN, A.B. 

Assistant Librarian 



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KATHERINE HORTON, B.S. 

Instructor in Physical Training for 11 'omen 

VIRGINIA INGRAM, A.B. 

Secretary to President 

GEORGE V. IRONS 
Professor in History 

WYNELLE D. JACKS, B.S. 

Instructor in Economics 

ELIZABETH JACOBS, A.B., M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

JOHN A. JAMES, A.B. 

Instructor in Physics 

JOHN W. JAMES, A.M. 

Professor in Modern Languages 

MRS. HELEN S. KIRKLAND, A.B. 
Registrar 



MRS. A. H. LARSON 
. Issistant to Business Mgr. 

CHARLES LIGHTSEY, B.S. 
Instructor in Chemistry Lab. 

MRS. KATHLEEN MARTINSON, B.S. 

Director of Glee Club and Choir Instructor 
in Voice 

JOHN A. M( )( IRE, Th.M., Ph.D. 

Professor in English 

MRS. I. R. OBENCHAIN, A.M. 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

TOM OGLE 

Instructor in Accounting 

|( >HN R. PATTY, M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 



FACULTY 




LEON W. RICHARDS, M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Pharmacy 

MRS. PAULINE RUSSELL 
Dietition of Girls' Dormitory 

HARRY J. SARKISS, A.M.. Th.M., B.D., 
Ph.D., Associate Professor of History 

RAYMOND C. SMITH 

Instructor of Biology Lab. 

ALIDA TOWNES 

Instructor in j. Irt 

MARGARET THOMAS 

Assistant Librarian 

MRS. LOUISE VAIL, P.M. 
Instructor in Piano 



MRS. W. R. Van GELDER, A.M. 
Instructor in English 

W. M. VINES, A.B., D.D. 
Assistant Professor of Bible 

E. R. WALKER 

Director of Physical Training for Men 

.MRS. ARTHUR WEEKS, A.M. 

Instructor in English 

MABLE WILLOUGHBY, M.S. 
Head Librarian 

HAROLD E. WILCOX, M.S.. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 

JOHN NAN. M.S.. Ph.D., F.A.I.C. 

Professor of Chemistry 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

intL SERVICE 




It is only fitting that we, in our "Rack To 
School" Edition of the Entre Nous, pay 
tribute to our faculty veterans also. Dr. 
H. T. Cox, Associate Professor in Biol- 
ogy ; Dr. George V. Irons, Professor in 
History ; and Mr. J. W. Bosworth, Pro- 
fessor of Journalism are the four pictured 
faculty vets, but we have more too of 
whom we are just as proud. 





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home . . . I'm, we like . . . Back window service, with a smile . . . Dogpatch style 
... P>e that as it may . . . Super help . . . Atom bomb. 



BOARD of TRUSTEES 



OFFICERS 

FRANK SAMFORD.... President 

MEM( )RY L. ROBINSON Chairman oj the Executive Committee 

PEYTON A. EUBANK . Secretary 



MEMBERS 



JOSEPH LINYER BEDSOI.K Mobile 

Divisional Vice-President, McKesson & Robins, Inc. 

CHARLES RENFROE BELL-. ...Anniston 

President, Commercial National Bank 
WILLIAM ANDREW BERRY ...Birmingham 

State Manager, The Life Insurance Co. of Virginia 
VIRGIL BOULDIX -Montgomery 

lustice, Supreme Court of Alabama 
JOHN HALL BUCHANAN- .Birmingham 

Pastor, Southside Baptist Church 

LUCIEN POWELL BURNS- ...Selma 

Mayor, the City of Selma 
PEYTON ALFRED EUBANK.. ...Ensley 

President, Pevtou A. Eubank Real Estate & Insurance Co., Inc. 

MRS. I. E. FRANKS- -Ft. Payne 

VIRGIL M. GARDNER- -Oxford 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 

JOHN WILL GAY... ...Scottsboro 

EDWIN WHITE HAGOOD... ...Albertville 

Pastor. First Baptist Church 

JOSEPH DAVIS HEACOCK- ...Birmingham 

Physician 

JAMES CLARENCE INZER... ...Gadsden 

Attorney 

J. THEODORE JACKS* >X ...Dothan 

Attorney 

HENRY |. KITTRELL--- Mobile 

President, Kittrell-M illing Motor Company 
ROBERT EUGENE LAMBERT. JR.... ...Darlington 

Planter and Merchant, R. E. Lambert & Sons 

MRS. C. FULLER MANLY... Birmingham 

JOHN J. MILFORD... ...Huntsville 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 
JOHN RENFROE MULLINS... ...Clanton 

J. R. Mullins & Sons, Merchants 
J. D. PITTMAX ...Birmingham 

J. D. Pittman Company 

MEMORY L. ROBINSON... Birmingham 

Attorney 
TOM D. RUSSELL- Alexander City 

President, The Russell Manufacturing Company and Allied Interests 
FRANK PARK SAMFORD... Birmingham 

President, Liberty National Life Insurance Company 
LEWE H. SESSIONS- ..Enterprise 

President, Session Company, Inc., Manufacturers 

JAMES T. UPCHURCH... Montgomery 

Secretary-Treasurer, Interstate Oil Company 
ROBERT WARD Hartford 




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CLASSES 



Z)L CLASS 



THE SENIORS 




LOYD MOON 

President 



MOZELLE 
PARKER 

/ 'ice-President 

SIGURD BR VAX 
Treasurer 



THE JUNIORS 

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DAVID BARKSDAI.K ...President 

DOROTHY SAYLOR .. / 'ice-President 

INEZ WHITT Secretary 

BESSIE L, EDMONDSON... ...Treasurer 

MILDRED ARLEDGE-. .......Senator 





OFFICERS 



THE SOPHOMORES 



J. B. JACK SOX 
President 

HUDSON BAGGETT 
[ r ice-President 

WARRENE WINGARD 
Treasurer 

GERALD WALKER 
Senator 

PEGGIE TOMMIE 
Senator 



THE FRESHMEN 





BILLY JO WARD 


President 


W. T. EDWARDS- 


/ 'ice-President 


MARTHA LOU YOUNG- 


Secretary 


MILDRED HUGHES 


Senator 


IAMES TUSTUS 


Senator 



VL SENIOR 



ALLISON, MARY ANN— Delta Zeta His- 
tory and English — Y. W. C. A. ; Pi Kappa 
Theta; Masquers; B. S. L T . Council; Inter- 
national Relations Club; A. A. U. W. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Senior 

ANDERTON, JIMMY THOMAS— Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha — History — Ministerial Associa- 
tion. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

BASSETT, GUY GARFIELD— History 
Ministerial Association. Roanoke, Ala. 
Senior 

BELL, FRANCES — Pharmacy— Spatula 
Club; Pharmacy Club. Birmingham, Ala. 
Senior 

BRYAN, SIGURD FRANKLIN— History 
and English — Ministerial Association Pres- 
ident ; Senior Class Treasurer ; Trident. Do- 
than, Ala. Senior 

BURKS, GILBERT— Religious Education 
—Ministerial Association; Y. M. C. A. 
Clanton, Ala. Senior 

BURNS, FEAGIN ARNOLD— Pharmacy 
—Tile and Mortar ; Chi Alpha Sigma. 
Tarrant, Ala. Senior. (Also in Pi Kappa 
Alpha ) 

CI I AMBUSS, HUGH — Religion— Minis- 
terial Association. Boiling, Ala. Senior 



COCHRAN, POLLY— Delta Zcta— PrE-Med 
Masquers; Pi Kappa Theta; Editor of 
Entre Nous in 1945; Secretary of Dormitory 
Council; Entre Nous Staff; Y. W. C. A.; 
W. A. A.; B. S. U. Council. Center, Ala. 
Senior 

COLEY, BURTON — Pre-Med — Student 
Senate; Y. M. C. A. Ranburne. Ala. Senior 

COUNTS. MARY JEANETTE— Phi Mm— 
English — Phi Mu President; Masquers 
President; Pi Delta Phi Secretary; B. S. U. ; 
Mu Alpha Chi; Who's Who In American 
Universities. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

CULOTTA. CONSTANCE FIDELAS— 
History. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

DAVIDSON. KATHRYN BRANTLEY- 
Knclish— Y. W. C. A. President; W. A. 
A. : Prayer Room Chairman ; B. S. U. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Senior 

DEASON, J. M.— Sigma Xu— Economics— 
Sigma Nu President. Birmingham, Ala. 
Senior 

DUKE, WILMA AUBREY— History— B. 
S. U. Council; Y. W. A. President; Mission 
Band Vice-President ; Freshman Class, Soph. 
Class and Junior Class Secretary; Senior 
Class Senator. Gadsden, Ala. Senior 




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ALLISON 



BELL 



BURKS 



COLEY 



DAVIDSON 



ANDERTON 



BRYAN 



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COUNTS 



DEASON 



BASSETT 



BURNS 



COCHRAN 



CULOTTA 



DUKE 



VL SENIOR 



DYKES, NELLIE MAYES— Sociology- 
Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A.; Dormitory Council. 
( meonta, Ala. Senior 



HARRISON, NORMA 
pha Delia Pi—Y. W. 
Ala. Senior. 



CHRISTINE— Al- 
C. A. Frisco City, 



EDMUNDSON, BESSIE LEE— English- 
Freshman and Soph. Class President; Kappa 
Pi President; B. S. U. Council; Y. W. A.; 
Dormitory Council President. Albertville, 
Ala. Senior 

GARRETT, SARAH LOUISE— Phi Mu 
English — Glee Club President; A Cappella 
Choir; Women's Student Government; Beta 
Phi Theta. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

GOODLET, JAMES HARRIS— Pi Kappa 

Alpha — Business Administration. Red 
Level, Ala. Senior 

GOSS. WILDA— Dietitics -Y. W. C. A. 
Secretary and Cabinet; Dietitics Club; B. S. 
U. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 



HARWELL, ALBERT LEON- 
Birmingham, Ala. Senior 



-Economics. 



HATCHER, ANNE CALDWELL— His- 
tory — Hypatia President; Pi Gamma Mu 
Vice-President; Chi Delta Phi Vice-Presi- 
dent. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

KING, vSARAH ELIZABETH— Phi Mu— 
English — Phi Mu Treasurer; Masquers 

Sec'y.; Y. W. C. A.; Senior Class Sec'y. 

Birmingham. Ala. Senior 

LOVELL, ELEANOR L— Alpha Delta Pi— 
Economics — Glee Club; A D Pi Treas. ; 
Wesleyan Foundation ; Y. W. C. A. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Senior 



HARPER, EDWARD MACK— Religion— 
Ministerial Association President, Treas.. 
Chorister; Junior Class Treasurer; B. S. U. 
Council; A Cappella Choir; Y. M. C. A. 
East Tallassee, Ala. Senior 



HARRIS, MARIAN BLANCHE— Biology 
— Glee Club ; A Cappella Choir ; Beauty Pa- 
rade. Birmingham, Ala. Senior- ( Also in 
Alpha Epsilon Delta) 



MATTHEWS, HARVEY J.— History— 
Mission Band President; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation. Decatur, Ala. Senior 

MATTHEWS, THERESA FRANKS— Re- 
ligion— Y. W. C. A. ; W. C. V. ; (dee Club ; 
Library Staff. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

McEACHERN, CHARLES DAVID— Eco- 
nomics — Pi K A. Birmingham, Ala, Senior 




CLASS... 




DYKES 



GOODLET 



HARRIS 



HATCHER MATTHEWS, H.J. 



EDMONDSON GOSS 



HARRISON 



KING 



MATTHEWS, T. F. 



GARRETT 



HARPER 



HARWELL 



LOVELL McEACHERN 



JL SENIOR 



McGINTY, LOUISE PALESTINE— Eng- 
lish — B. S. U. Council ; Dormitory Council; 
Student Government ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 
Fairfax, Ala. Senior 

MICKLER, DOROTHY WARREN— Reli- 
gion— B. S. U. Secretary ; Y. W. C. ; Y. W. 
C. A. ; W. C. V. ; Mission Band. Gadsden. 
Ala. Senior 

MOON. JAMES LLOYD— Religion— Tri- 
dent ; Masquers ; Student Body Vice-Pres. ; 
Y. M. C. A. President and Vice-Pres. ; Jun- 
ior Class Vice-Pres. ; Senior Class President ; 
B. S. U. Council ; Ministerial Association 
Treasurer ; Mu Alpha Chi ; Who's Who In 
American Colleges and Universities. Gurley, 
Ala. Senior 

MONTGOMERY, MARGARET HARRIET 
—History — Mission Band Vice-Pres. ; Y. 
W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Hartselle, Ala. Senior 

MORRIS. MICHAEL HUGH— Speech— Pi 
Kappa Alpha ; Student Senate ; Alpha Chi 
Omega ; Masquers ; Ministerial Association ; 
Y. M. C. A. Shawmut, Ala. Senior 

NEELEY, EDWIN RAYBURN— Business 
Administration — Pi Kappa Phi. Gunters- 
ville, Ala. Senior 

OAK, MARIE LIPSCOMBE— Alpha Delta 
Pi — Economics— "Sweetheart of Sigma 
Nu" ; Entre Nous Staff ; Beauty Parade. 
Scottsboro, Ala. Senior 



( JAKES, J< )HN PURLY— Religion— Kappa 
Phi Kappa ; Trident ; Alpha Pi Omega ; Min- 
isterial Association 2nd Vice-President ; 
President of Mission Band. Jonesboro, 
Ga. Senior 

PALMER. GLADYS GRANT— English— 
Y. W. C. A., Chi Delta Phi ; Crimson Staff. 
Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

PARKER, LOLA MOZELLE— Economics 
— Senior Class Vice-Pres. ; B. S. U. Secre- 
tary ; Y. W. A. Lafayette, Ala. Senior 

PIERSON, MARY WOOD— Delta Zeta— 
Transfer from Judson; B. S. U. — Sociology 
— Dormitory Council Secretary ; Y. W. C. 
A. ; Y. W. A. Centerville, Ala. Senior 

POSEY, MARY V.— Journalism— Crimson 
Editor ; Crimson Publicity Staff ; Public Re- 
lations Staff; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Senior 

POTTS, ALTON EARL— Religion— Y. M. 
C. A. President ; B. S. U. President ; Junior 
Class President. Shawmut, Ala. Senior 

PURSER, MARTHA ANNE— Delta Zeta— 
English — President of Delta Zeta Hypatia; 
Y. W. C. A.; Beta Pi Theta; Dormitory 
Council ; Y. W. A. ; A Cappella Choir ; Glee 
Club; Marshal; Head Marshal; Mu Alpha 
Chi ; College Honors and Scholarship. An- 
niston, Ala. Senior 




CLASS... 




McGINTY 



MONTGOMERY OAK 



PARKER 



POTTS 



MICKLER 



MORRIS 



OAKES 



PIERSON 



PRICE 



MOON 



NEELEY 



PALMER 



POSEY 



PURSER 



OL SENIOR 



PRICE. MARGARET 0.— English— Glee 
Club. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

REESE, MARY CALHOUN — Biology. 
Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

REVELL. CORALEE— Social Sclence 
Y. M. C. A. Leeds, Ala. Senior 

RIDDLE, JOHN R.— History— Ministerial 
Association; Mission Band; A Cappella 
Choir; Kappa Pi; Ministerial Quartet. 
Gadsden, Ala. Senior 

SAVLOR, DOROTHY — English — Beta 
Sigma Omicron ; Y. W. C. A. ; Glee Club ; 
Dietitics Club. Birmingham, Ala. Senior 

SHIRLEY, LULA VIRGINIA— History- 
Transfer from Daphne State Teacher's Col- 
lege; Pres. of Student Body there; Secy, of 
the Music Club there. Birmingham, Ala. 
Senior 

SMITH. RAYMOND— Biology. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Senior 

SMITH, MARY SUE— Art— Beta Sigma 
Omicron. Pinson, Ala. Senior. (Also Kap- 
pa Pi and Women's Athletic Ass'n.) 

TEMPLETON, JO ANN— Journalism- 
Phi Mil ; Vice-Pres. of Soph. Class ; Glee 
Club; Crimson Staff; Asst. Editor of Crim- 
son ; Entre Nous Staff : Secretary and Re- 
porter of Pi Kappa Theta ; Reporter of Chi 
Delta Phi; Inter- Fraternity-Sorority Coun- 
cil; Sec'y.-Treas., and Reporter; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council Vice-President ; Y. W. C. A. 
Reporter ; A. A. U. W. ; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Col- 



leges ; Pledge Sec; House Chairman, Sec'v., 
"( Outstanding Pledge of '44; Vice-Pres. Pan- 
Hellenic ; Delegate. Birmingham, Ala. Sen- 
ior. 

THOMAS, MARTHA L— English— B. S. 
U. 1st Vice-Pres.; Pres. of Dorm. Council; 
A. A. U. W. Sec'y.; Y. W. A.; Mission 
Band. Mobile, Ala. Senior 

VANN, B. JEANNE— Phi Mu— Journal- 
ism — Pi Kappa Theta ; Asst. Editor of Crim- 
son ; B. S. U. Council; Entre Nous Staff; 
Y. W. C. A. Tarrant, Ala. 

WEATHERS, R O N A L D— Economics— 
"H" Club; Pi Kappa Theta; Sports Editor 
in the "Bull Pup"; Crimson Sports Editor; 
Entre Nous Staff ; Choir. Birmingham, Ala. 
Senior 

WEAVER, BONNIE RUTH— Sociology- 
Chairman of Red Cross; Crimson Staff- 
Masquers; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Senior 

WEAVER. JAMES A.— Social Science. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

WILLIAMS. HARRISON M O R R I S- 
Pharmacy — Pres. of Tile and Mortar. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Senior 

WILSON, LIDA R.— History— Y. W. A.; 
Mission Band. Eldridge, Ala. Senior 

WOODCOCK, BETTY LEE— English- 
Delta Zeta ; Marshal ; Pres. of Chi Delta Phi ; 
Pres. of Pi Kappa Theta; Masquers; Pres. 
of Jr. A. A. U. W. ; Hypatia. Birmingham, 
Ala. Senior 




CLASS... 




REESE 



SAYLOR 



SMITH, M. S. VANN 



WILLIAMS 



REVELL 



SHIRLEY 



TEMPLETON WEATHERS 



WILSON 



RIDDLE 



SMITH, R. 



THOMAS 



WEAVER 



WOODCOCK 



DL JUNIORS 



ARLEDGE, MILDRED ELINOR— Beta 

Sigma O micron — Economics — Inter-Fra- 
ternity ; Council Treasurer, Co-Chairman, 
Chairman ; Secy of Sophomore Class in 
1944; "H" Day 1945 Beauty Parade; Entre 
Nous Beauty Parade 1945 and 1946 ; Dormi- 
tory Council Vice-President ; Red Cross Co- 
Chirman; 1st Vice-President and President 
of Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; Y. W. A. ; 
W- A. A. ; Y. W. C. A. ; Glee Club ; A Cap- 
pella Choir ; Mu Alpha Chi ; Junior Senator ; 
Entre Nous Staff ; Pan-Hellenic ; Women's 
Student Government. Athens, Tenn. Junior 

BAGGETT, HUDSON — History— Basket- 
ball. Cullman, Ala. Junior 

BARKSDALE, DAVID— Lam bda Chi Alpha 
— Pharmacy — Alpha Chi Omega; Tile and 
Mortar Club : Freshman Class President ; 
Student Senate ; Cheer Leader. Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. Junior 

BARNES., VIVIAN RUTH— English- 
Crimson ; Entre Nous Staff; Glee Club; A 
Cappella Choir ; Masquers Treasurer ; Pi 
Gamma Mu President ; Y. W. C. A. Treas. ; 
Red Cross Reporter; B. S. U. Birmingham, 
Ala. Junior. 

BELL, ROBERT NEELY, III— Sigma Nu— 
— History — Entre Nous ; Sigma Nu Com- 
mander. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

BOZEMAN, BETTYSU— Alpha Delta Pi- 
English — Editor of Entre Nous ; Entre 
Nous Staff; Beauty Parade; Women's Stu- 
dent Government, President; "Sweetheart of 
Sigma Nu;" Y. W. A. Program Chairman; 
Y. W. C. A. ; B. S. U. ; Glee Club ; Transfer 
from Huntingdon College. Evergreen, Ala. 
Junior 

BROWN JAMES WILLIAM— Religion- 
Ministerial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 
Junior 



BURNS, ROBERT JOSEPH— Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar Club; 
Chi Alpha Sigma ; Entre Nous Staff. Tar- 
rant, Ala. Junior 

BURNS, MARY SUE— Alpha Chi Omega— 
Biology — Transfer from Aberdeen, Mary- 
land. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

BURSON, MARY ELIZABETH— Math. 
Birmingham. Ala. Junior 

BYARs/jULIUS H.— Lambda Chi Alpha— 
Economics — Vice-President of Lambda Chi 
Alpha; Alpha Pi Omega. Birmingham, Ala. 
Junior 

CARLSON, WILLIAM T.— Religion— B. 
S. U. ; Ministerial Association. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Junior 

CARROLL, MAMIE LEE— Religion— B. 
S. U.; Y. W. A.; V. W. C. A.; Y. W. V. 
Huntsville, Ala. Junior 

COCHRAN, VERA JO— Delta Zcta— Die- 
tetics — Masquers ; Dormitory Council ; Y. 
W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. ; W. A. A. Gadsden, 
Ala. Junior 

COPELAND, MARY BLANCHE— Sociol- 
ogy— Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. 
Oneonta, Ala. Junior 

COVINGTON, ETHEL PAULINE— Beta 
Sigma Omicron — Biology — Inter-Frat. ; 
Sorority Council Representative ; Y. W. A. 
Secretary; B. S. U. Council; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta; Mu Alpha Chi Membership Chair- 
man. Chattanooga, Tenn. Junior 

DEASON, MARY CATHERINE— Phi Mu 
— Economics— W. A. A.; Phi Mu Presi- 
dent. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

DeLAY, JOYCE JEANELE— Delta Zeta— 
Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar Club. Bir- 
mingham. Ala. Junior 




ARLEDGE 
BAGGETT 
BARKSDALE 



BARNES 
BELL 

BOZEMAN 



BROWN 

BURNS. R. J. 
BURNS, M. 



BURSON 
BYARS 
CARLSON 



CARROLL 
COCHRAN 
COPELAND 



COVINGTON 
DEASON 
DeLAY 




VL JUNIORS 



DRYE, LAURA [CATHERINE— Phar- 
macy. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

ELLIS, MINNIE LOU— Sociology— Y. W. 
C. A. Attalla, Ala. Junior 

ETHERIDGE, MORRIS— Sigma Xu— Eco- 
nomics. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

FARR, NINA FAYE—Beta Sigma Omicron 
—English — B. S. O. Secretary; Glee Club; 
A Cappella Choir ; Y. W. C. A." Council ; Mu 
Alpha Chi; Red Cross Secretary. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Junior 

FENDLEY, M. CAROLYN— Speech— Y. 
W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Demopolis, Ala. Junior 

GLENN, ERSKINE COLUMBUS— His- 
tory — Ministerial Association. Leeds, Ala. 
Junior 

GULLEDGE. SARAH JEAN— Delta Zeta— 
Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Junior 

HAND, MARGARET SAFFLES— History. 
Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

HARPER, VELOREESE ANDREW— Re- 
ligion— Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. ; W. C. V. ; 
Vesta Literary Club. Decatur, Ala. Junior 

HAYES, JUANITA— Delta Zeta— -Phar- 
macy — Tile and Mortar Club ; Spatula Club 
Secretary ; Y. W. A. ; Dormitory Council. 
Selma, Ala. Junior 




HILL, DONN E.— English and Religion— 
Ministerial Association; Mission Band. 
Montgomery, Ala. Junior 

HILLIARD, MARY* BELLE— Delta Zeta— 
English — A Cappella Choir; (dee Club; Y. 
W. C. A. ; B. S. U. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

JOHNSON, THOMASINE— Delta Zeta— 
Journalism — Delta Zeta Secretary; Treas- 
urer of Sophomore Class ; Beauty Parade 
1945 and 1946'; Pi Kappa Theta ; Pan-Hel- 
lenic ; Glee Club ; Crimson ; Inter-Fraternity : 
Sororitv Council. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

JORDON, JANE GREY— Alpha Delta Pi— 
Speech — Masquers; Inter-Fraternity; Sor- 
ority Council Chairman; Alpha Delta Pi 
President; Pan-Hellenic. Birmingham, Ala. 
Junior 

KINARD, EVELYN CORINE— Alpha Delta 
Pi — English — Transfer from Chevy Chase ; 
A. D. Pi Pledge President ; Entre Nous 
Staff. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

KIRK, NORMA LOU— English— Library 
Staff; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A.; B. S. U. 
Council. Winfield, Ala. Junior 

MAZARRA, LILY— Pharmacy — Spatula 
Club; Tile and Mortar; Secretary and 
Treasurer. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

McCOY, FRANK WILSON— Pharmacy. 
Birmingham, Ala. Junior 



DRYE 
ELLIS 

ETHERIDGE 



FARR 
FENDLKY 
GLENN 



OULLEDGE 
HAND 
HARPER 



HAVES 
HILL 

MILLIARD 



JOHNSON 
JORDAN 
K I NARD 



K I R lv 

MAZARRA 

McCOY 




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.\k-I.I.\I)< )X. CAR( )LYN— Pharmacy— Y. 
W. C. A.; Tile and Mortar; Spatula; B. S. 
U.; Y. W. A. Mobile, Ala. Junior 

McLENDoX. MARION VIRGINIA— Delta 
'Acta — Biology. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

MILLER, MARGARET ANN— Alpha Delta 

Pi — English — Masquers; Home Economics 
Club; Student Body Secretary and Presi- 
dent; Whd's Who; W. V. A. Birmingham, 
Ala. Junior 

MOON. DOROTHY JEAN— Pharmacy- 
Transfer from Sneed College; Y. W. A. 
Guntersville, Ala. Junior 

MOORE, GARLAND VERNON— Econom- 
ics — Lambda Chi Alpha. Tarrant, Ala. 
Junior 

MORRIS, JEAN— Phi Mu -English. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Junior 

MORTON, MARGARET— Alpha Delta Pi— 
Economics. Newton, Ala. junior 

NETTLES, HENRY GOODWIN, JR.- 
History — Ministerial Association; Mission 
Band; Y. M. C. A. Mobile, Ala. Junior 

ROSEBROLJGH, LORETTA — English- 
Glee Club; A Cappella Choir; B. S. U. 
Council ; Mu Alpha Chi Vice-President ; 
Crimson Staff; Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A. 
Powderlv. Ala. Junior 

SCOFIELD, JAND CORNELIA— PA Mu— 
Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar; Spatula. Opp, 
Ala. [unior 



SMI Til., ROBERT 

. llpha CllKM 1STKY 

Omega; President 

Birmnigham, Ala. 

STURGIS, DORIS' 



NORMAN— Pi Kappa 

-President of Alpha Pi 
of Chi Alpha Sigma, 
[unior 
JEAN— Delta Zeta— 
PrE-Med — President and Y'ice-President of 
Delta Zeta ; Vice-President of Alpha Epsilon 
Ik-lta; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
[unior 

THOMPSON. MARJORIE EDITH— Delhi 
Zeta — History — Delta Zeta Treasurer; Y. 
W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. [unior 

TINDALL LELAND — Religion — Minis- 
terial Association. Birmingham, Ala. [unior 

TUCKER, D( )R( )THY MARIE— English 
-Y. W. C. A.; Large Council; B. S. U. 
Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

VERNON, MADALINE— English— Y. W. 
C. A. ; Y. W. A. ; Masquers. Alexander 
City, Ala. Junior 

WARD, MADELINE— Business Adminis- 
tration. Birmingham, Ala. Junior 

WHITT, JOYCE INEZ— Economics— Mis- 
sion Band ; Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Athens, 
Ala. Junior 

WINFIELD, MARTHA LOU— English- 
B. S. U. ; Y. W. C. A.; Mission Band; Zeta 
Tau Alpha ; Transfer from Birmingham- 
Southern. Bessemer, Ala. Junior 

W( )OD, JAMES MANLY— Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Chemistry — Chi Alpha Sigma. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. lunior 




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McLINDON 

McLENDON 
MILLER 



MOON 
MOORE 
MORRIS 



MORTON 
NETTLES 
ROSEBROUGH 



SCOFIELD 
SMITH 
STURGIS 



THOMPSON 
TINDALL 
TUCKER 
VERNON 



WARD 
WHITT 
WIN FIELD 
WOOD 




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ABERNATHY, JUANITA WINEFRED— 
Dietetics — Dietetics Club; Y. W. A. Shan- 
nan, Ga. Freshman 

ADAMS, MARGARET KATHRYN— Gen- 
eral — Y. W. A. Birmingham, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

ALBRIGHT, BOYCE— General. 

ALFORD, LEWIS R.— Business Adminis- 
tration — Pi K. A. ; Vets Club President. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

ALVERSON, ELIZABETH— Languages— 
Phi Mu ; Crimson Staff. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

ARLEDGE, GERALDINE ANNE— Busi- 
ness Administration — Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron; Y. W. A.; W. A. A- ; Y. W. C. A.; 
Freshman Secretary ; Class Officer ; Entre 
Nous Staff, '45-'46. Sophomore 

ARNOLD, JUANITA— English— B. S. U. 
Council ; Y. W. A. ; Mission Band. Attalla, 
Ala. Sophomore 

BAGGETT, WILLIAM JENNINGS— His- 
tory — Ministerial Association ; Treasurer 
House of Killian. Montgomery, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

BAGWELL, ELOISE MARIE— Relicion- 
Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A. Jappa, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

BAILEY. OLIVE PEARL— Economics— 
Beta Sigma Omicron. Tarrant City, Ala. 
Sophomore 

BARCLIFT, MARJORIE SUE— English- 
Alpha Delta Pi ; Dramatics ; Y.W.C.A. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Freshman 



BARNARD, MARY VESTA— Psychology 
— Mu Alpha Cni. Birmingham, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

BARNES, ILA MERLE— Religion. Brew- 
ten, Ala. Freshman 

BARNETT, MYRA NELL— General— A 
Cappella Choir; Y. W. A.; V. W. C .A. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Freshman 

BARNETT, WILLIE JEWEL— Religion- 
Y. W. A.; B .S. U. Montgomery, Ala. 
Freshman 

BEAN, CURTIS M.— Religion— Ministerial 
Association; Y. M. C. A.; Athletic Chair- 
man. Freshman 

BECTON, RUTH— Economics— Delta Zeta, 
Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

BENNETT, CLAVENCE CHARLES— Re- 
ligion — Ministerial Association. Cicero, Il- 
linois. Freshman 

BLAKELY, MARY ELLEN. Lanett, Ala. 
Freshman 

BLACKERBY, WILLIAM — General. 
Freshman 

BLACKERBY, FAY OLIVE— Economics— 
Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

BLACKWELL, JIMMIE C— General. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Freshman 

BOUCHILLON, JAMES W.— Religion— 
Ministerial Association ; Y. M. C. A. ; Mis- 
sion Band ; B. S. U. Council. Reform, Ala. 
Freshman 

BOUTWELL. FRANCES NELL— Phar- 
macy — Y. W. A. Elba, Ala. Freshman 




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ALYERSON 


BAGWELL 


BARNES 


ADAMS 


A R LEDGE 


BAILEY 


BARNETT. M. X. 


ALBRIGHT 


ARNOLD 


BARCLIFT 


BARNETT, W. I 


ALFORD 


BAGGETT 


BARNARD 


BEAN 



BECTON BLACKERBY, F.O 

BENNETT BLACKWELL 

BLAKELY BOUCHILLON 

BLACKERBY, W. BOUTWELL 



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BOWDEN, MARION SUNSET— History 
— Mu Alpha Chi; A Cappella Choir ; Phi 
Mu; B. S. U. Council- Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

BRACKIN, JAMES A.— PrE-Med.— House 
of Killian ; Lambda Chi Alpha. Town Creek, 
Ala. Freshman 

BRIGANCE, CECIL J I MM IF— Psychol- 
ogy — House of Killian. Mohile, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

BROWNING, MARGARET — Religion— 
Mission Band ; Y. W. C. A. ; B. S. U. ; Y. 
W. A. Reform, Ala. Freshman 

BRYANT, ALMA IE AN— Home Ec— Die- 
tetics Club : Y. W. A. Pell City, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

BURSON, GEORGE H.. JR.— Engineering 
—Pi Kappa Alpha. Palmerdale, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

BURTON. IVA JEWEL— English— Crim- 
son Staff. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

BYARS, GAVE — English — Beta Sigma 
Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

CAMBRON, BILLY FORD— Religion- 
Mission Band; Ministerial Association; Y. 
M. C. A. Bessemer, Ala. Freshman 

CARLISLE. IXICE FUSE— Lab. Tech.- 
Alpha Delta Pi. Homewood, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

CARPENTER, RAI— English— Entre Nous 
Staff. Evergreen, Ala. Sophomore 

CARR, EYELYN VIRGINIA— Religion- 
Y. W. A.; Mission Band; Y. W. C. A. 
Franklinton, Ala. Freshman 



CARTER. MARIANNE— General— Y. W. 
C. A. ; Y. W. A. Vincent, Ala. Freshman 

CARTER, NEIL— General. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 

CATO, RUBY— Bus. Education— B. S. U. ; 
Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A. LaFayette, Ala. 
Sophomore 

CHAMBLISS. FAYE— Religion— Y. W. 
A.; Mission Band. Birmingham, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

CLARK, DOROTHY L.— Pharmacy -Phi 
Mu; Tile and Mortar; Spatula Club; Y. W. 
A. LaFayette, Ala. Sophomore 

CLARK. ELIZABETH BONER— Educa- 
tion. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

CLARK, HOWARD GARMANY— Chemis- 
try. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

CLARK, PETE — General. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

CLAUGHTON, HUGH DAWSON— Pre. 
Med. — I'i Kappa Phi ; Verbena, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

CLEM, BETTY WARD— Sociology— Phi 
Mu; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 

COCKRELL, MIRIAM — Religion— Entre 
Nous Staff; Glee Club; B. S. U. Council; 
Y. W. A.; Mission Band. Talladega. Ala. 
Freshman 

COLE, CFR ARDINE— Dietetics— Dietetics 
Club : W. A. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, 

Ala. Sophomore 




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BOWDKX BRYANT 

BRACKEN BURSON 

BRIGANCE BURTON 

BROWNING BYARS 



CA.MBRON CARTER, M. CLARK. O. L. CLAUGHTON 

CARLISLE CARTER, N. CLARK, E. B. CLEM 

CARPENTER CATO CLARK, H. G. COCKRELL 

CARR CHAMBLISS CLARK, P. COLE 



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C< >LLEY, BARBARA MARIE— Biology— 
Alpha Delta Pi. Birmingham, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

CONERLY, CATHERINE JENA— Phar- 
macy— Spatula Club; Y. W. S.; B. S. U. 
Jackson, Ala. Freshman 

CONNELL, BRYCE FOWLER — Phar- 
macy — Trident; Tile and Mortar. Tusca- 
loosa, Ala. Sophomore 

COOPER, BILLIE - - Math. - - Phi Mu ; 
Cheerleader; Student Senate. Birmingham, 
Ala. Sophomore 

C< )RLEY, ROERT CLIFTON— English- 
A Cappella Choir ; Ministerial Association. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

COSBY, RAYMOND EDWARD— Religion 
— Y. M. C. A. ; B. S. U. Council ; Ministerial 
Association. East Gadsden, Ala. Sophomore 

COUNTS. HELEN ANNETTE— English 
-Mu Alpha Chi; Phi Mu; Y. W. C A.; 
Asst. Treasurer of Phi Mu. Birmingham, 
Ala. Sophomore 

CROOK, MARJORIE JEAN— Sociology— 
Beta Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

CRUMBLEY. BARBARA — General— Y. 
W. A. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

DAUGHERTY. JEAN ELIZABETH— His- 
tory — B. S. U. Council ; Mission Band ; Y. 
W. A. Mobile. Ala. Freshman 

DAVIS. O. P.— Religion— Ministerial Asso- 
ciation ; Y. M. C. A.; B. S. U. Council. 
Samson, Ala. Sophomore 

DEFFKE, MARTHA— Business Adminis- 
tration — Alpha Delta Pi. Orrville, Ala. 
Freshman 



DEFOOR. TERRY WALTON— Religion— 
Y. M. C. A.; Mission Band; House of Kil- 
lian ; Ministerial Association. Phil Camp- 
bell, Ala. Freshman 

DELOACH, CECIL ELDRIDGE— General 
— House of Killian. Vida, Ala. Sophomore 

DENNEY, CAROLYN — General — Delta 
Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

DICKEY, REX HERNDAN— History- 
Vice-President of Sophomore Class ; Presi- 
dent of Mu Alpha Chi ; Y. M. C. A. ; A Cap- 
pella Choir; Ministerial Association; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. Boylston, Ala. Sophomore 

DILLON, BETTY JEAN— Sociology— Phi 
Mu; '44 Miss "H" Day; '45 Beauty Parade. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

DISMUKES, GLENN PORTER— Religion 
—Ministerial Association; Mission Band; B. 
S. U. Prichard, Ala. Sophomore 

DODD. DENNIS D.— Religion— Mission 
Band; Ministerial Association. Anniston, 
Ala. Freshman 

DODD, DOROTHY MAE— Religion— Y. 
W. C. A. ; B. S. U. ; Y. W. A. Demopolis, 
Ala. Freshman 

DOROUGH. JAMES— General. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Sophomore 

DOTHEROW, BETTYE RUTH— English. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

DOYAL, CHARLES — Social Science— 
President of Pi Kappa Alpha; Mu Alpha 
Nu ; Masquers. Haleyville. Ala. Sophomore 

DUKE, HELEN JEAN— General— Beta 
Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. Fresh- 
man 




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CORLEY 


CRUMRLEY 


DEFOOR 


DILLON 


DOROUGH 


CONERLY 


COSBY 


DAUGHERTV 


DELOACH ! 


DISMUKES 


DOTHEROW 


CONNELL 


COUNTS 


DAVIS 


DENNEY 


DODD, D. D. 


DOYAL 


COOPER 


CROOK 


DEFFKE 


DICKEY 


DODD, D. M. 


DUKE 



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DURHAM, MIRIAM MARSENIA— Phar- 
macy — Spatula Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman 

EDMONDSON, FRANK H.— Radio. Roan- 
oke. Ala. Freshman 

EDWARDS. W. T. JR.— History— Vice- 
President of the Freshman Class ; Ministerial 
Association ; Y. M. C. A. ; Mission Band. 
Gadsden, Ala. Freshman 

ESTES, EDNA E.— Commerce— Y. W. A. 
Centre, Ala. Freshman 

EVANS, EMELY HELEN— Dramatics— 
Director of Another Beginning. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

FALKNER. VIRGINIA OLEAN— General 
— Y. W. A. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

FANT, DOROTHY MAE — Sociology— 
Beta Sigma Omicron ; Volley Ball Team. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

FERGUSON, ARTHUR LOUIS— Phar- 
macy — B. S. U. ; Mu Alpha Chi ; Intramural 
Sports. Mobile, Ala. Freshman 

FINLEY, BETTY— Art— Crimson Staff. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

FORRESTER, AUGUST CALVIN— Reli- 
gion — Ministerial Association ; Y. M. C. A. 
McKenzie, Ala. Sophomore 




FORRESTER, CHRISTINE— English— Y. 

W. A. McKenzie, Ala. Sophomore 

FORSYTH. RAYMOND EDWARD— 
— Pharmacy. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

FOWLER, MONTRIEL — History. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Sophomore 

FRANKLIN, LEE — Religion— Ministerial 
Association; Mission Band. Center Point. 
Ala. Sophomore 

FREIL, IMOGENE— Pharmacy— Phi Mu 
Sorority ; Tile and Mortar ; Spatula ; Y. W. 
C. A. ; Dormitory Council. Fairfield High- 
lands, Ala. Sophomore 

FREW, BETTY JANE— English— Y. W. 
C. A.; B. S. U.; Y. W. A. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 

FROST, ALICE MARGUERITE — Die- 
tetics — Delta Zeta; Home Economics Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

FULLER, COLLEEN MARY— Education 
-Y. W. A. Phil Campbell, Ala. Freshman 

FULLER, DOROTHY— Math— Alpha Del- 
ta Pi. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

GAMBLE, BILLY HERBERT— English- 
Ministerial Association. Bessemer, Ala. 
Freshman 

GAMBLE. 
Mini c teria 
Freshman 

GARRICK, 
Council ; Y. 
Band ; Lab Instructor. Thomasville, Ala 
Freshman 

GASS. JILES LEBRON 
ton, Ga. Freshman 

GATTIS. ELIZABETH 



CHARLIE 

Association. 



LEE — Religion— 

Bessemer, Ala. 



GENE— Biology— B. S. U. 
W .A.; Crimson Staff: Mission 



-General. Tren- 



ANNE- 
-Y. W. A. Birmingham. Ala. 



-English 
Freshman 



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DURHAM EVANS FlNLEY p( >\YLER 

EDMONDSON FALKNER FORRESTER, A. C. FRANKLIN 

EDWARDS FANTS FORRESTER, C. FREIL 

ESTES FERGUSON FORSYTH FREW- 



FROST 
FULLER, C. 
FULLER, D. 
GAMBLE, B. 



GAMBLE, C. L. 
GARRICK 
GASS 
GATTIS 



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GIBSON, JOHN A.— General— Basketball ; 
Pi Kappa Phi. Mobile, Ala. Freshman 

GODWIN, MARGIE— English— B. S. U. 
Council ; Masquers. Tallassee, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

GOFF, VERNICE ANN — Pharmacy— 
Spatula Club; Y. W. A. Mobile, Ala. 
Freshman 

GOODE, CHRESTINE JUNE— Business 
Administration — Delta Zeta ; Y. W. A- 
Tuscumbia, Ala. Freshman 

GRAMMAS, FANNYE — Dietetics — Die- 
tetics Club ; Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

GRAVLER. PAULINE ELIZABETH— Re- 
ligion — Mission Band ; Y. W. A. Birming- 
ham. Ala. Sophomore 

GRAY, KATHERINE SHIFLETE— So- 
ciology — Beta Sigma Omicron. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

GRIFFIN, CAROLYN— Music— Y. W. A. 
Mobile, Ala. Freshman 

GRIFFIN, JOYCE VIRGINIA— Pharmacy 
-Alpha Delta Pi; Spatula Club; Y. W. C. 
A. ; Beauty Parade. Cullman, Ala. Fresh- 
man 



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HADLEY, BETTY ANN— Pharmacy— Phi 
Mu ; Spatula Club ; Y. W. C. A. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Sophomore 

HAIRE, MARVIN R.— Religion— Minis- 
terial Association; Mission Band. Jackson, 
Ala. Sophomore 

HALL, CHARLSIE MAE — English- - 
Choir. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

HALL, JAMES N.— General— Y. M. C. A. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

HALL, WILBUR COSBY — Religion- 
Ministerial Association ; A Cappella Choir. 
Montgomery, Ala. Sophomore 

HAMMOND, LESTA— General — Y. M. C. 
A. Freshman 

HARRELL, HELEN EILEEN— Business 
Administration — Delta Zeta. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 

HARRELL, WILLIAM HERMAN— Phar- 
macy — Pi Kappa Alpha. Alpine, Ala. 
Freshman 

HAYES, EUNICE M.— Business Adminis- 
tration — Pi Gamma Mu. Florala, Ala. 
Sophomore 

HAYNES, JOHN EDWARD— Science— 
Basket Ball; Drama. Ashville, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

HEIFNER. VIRGINIA— English— Y. W. 
A.; Y. W. C. A.; Pi Mu ; Mission Band. 
Oxford, Ala. Sophomore 

HERRMANN, ANNE ERLE— Economics 
— Beta Sigma Omicron. Bessemer. Ala. 
Sophomore 

HIGGINBOTHAM. MARY FRANCES— 
—Math — Phi Mu : Crimson Staff ; Cheer 
Leader. Birmingham. Ala. Sophomore 

HOGUE, JOSEPH RICHARD— Religion- 
Ministerial Association ; Chorister : Mission 
Band ; Veteran's Organization ; House of 
Killian. Anniston. Ala. Freshman 

HOLMES, ANNIE LOIS— Business Ad- 
ministration— Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A.; W. 
A. A. Birmingham. Ala. Freshman 



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GODWIN GRAVLER HADLEY HALL, W. C. 

GOFF GRAY HAIRE HAMMOND 

GOODF GRIFFIN. C. HALL, C. M. HARRELL, H. E. 



HARRELL, W. 
HAVES 
II WXES 
HEIFNER 



HERMANN 

HIGGINBOTHAM 
HOGUE 
HOLMES 



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HOLLINGSHEAD, SARA E.— Biology— 
Y. W. C. A.; Delta Zeta; Volley Ball Cap- 
tain. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

HOLLOWAY, MARILYN— Pharmacy— Y. 

VV. A.; Spatula Club. I'.irniinghani, Ala. 
Sophomore 

HORNBUCKLE. R. C— Religion— Mission 
Band; .Ministerial Association. Huntsville, 
Ala. Sophomore 

HOWARD. EMMA LOUISE— Religion- 
Octette; Y. W. A. ; V. W. C. A. Bessemer. 
Ala. Sophomore 

HUGHES. MILDRED E. -Religion— A 
Cappella Choir; Glee Club ; Y. W. C. A.; 
Y. W. A.; Mu Alpha Chi. Anniston, Ala. 
Freshman 

HUNT, BETTY JANE— Economics— Beta 
Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

HURT IVA XELLE— English— Y. W. A. 
Bridgeport, Ala. Sophomore 

IRW'IX, HAZEL I.— Psychology. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

1SLEY, BRANSON B.— Religion— Minis- 
terial Association. Tuscumbia, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

JACKSON. JAMES B.. JR.— Religion 
Ministerial Association; Mission Band; B. 
S. U. Council; Sophomore Class President; 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Pine Apple, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

JOHNS, KATHRYX ANN— Home Ec— 
Glee Club ; Wesley Foundation ; Home Ec. 
Club. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 



JOHNSEY, BETTY AXX— Chemistry— 
Alpha 1 )elta l'i ; Chi Alpha Sigma. Birming- 
ham. Ala. Sophomore 

JOHXSOX. IBBIE NELL— English Y. 
W. A.; Y. \V. C. A.; Mission Band: Intra- 
mural Sports. Florala, Ala. Sophomore 

JOHXSOX, MARGUERITE U— Religion 
-A Cappella Choir; V. W. A.; V. \V. C. 
A.; 1!. S. V.. Verbena, Ala. Sophomore 

JOHXSOX, MAY XORA— Home Ec- 
Honie Ec. Club. Montgomery, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

JOHXSOX, MURRELL WAYNE— Jour- 
nalism. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

JONES, JAMES 1 SAMUEL— Religion— 
Ministerial Association; Y. M. C. A.; Mis- 
sion Band. Ashville, Ala. Sophomore. 

JUSTUS, JAMES W.— General— Pi Kappa 
Phi. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

KELLEY, LESLEY ROBERT— Pharmacy. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

KINNEY, HELON ALINE -- Business 
Adm. — Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

KEOWN. WALLACE EDWARD— Reli- 
gion— Y. M. C. A. ; B. S. U. ; Mission Band ; 
Ministerial Association; Veteran. Annis- 
ton, Ala. Freshman 

KINCAID, CHRISTINE A.— Economics. 
Leeds. Ala. Sophomore 

KING, BETTY* KATHLEEN— English. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

KIRKLAXD. VERA LUCY— General— 
Phi Mu; Y. W. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 




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HOLLOWAV HUNT 

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HOWARD IRWIN 



ISLEY JOHNSON, I.N. JONES 

JACKSON JOHNSON. M. U. JUSTUS 

JOHNS JOHNSON, MX. KELLEY 

JOHNSEY JOHNSON, M. W. KINNEY 



KEOWN 
KINCAID 
KING 

KIRKLAND 



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KNIGHT, BOB A.— Psychology— Pi Kappa 
Alpha: Mu Alpha Nu; Alpha Phi Omega; 
A Cappella Choir. Birmingham, Ala. Soph- 
omore 

LANCASTER, MARY M.— Pharmacy— Y. 
\\ . C. A.j Tile and Mortar, Spatula. Stepp- 
ville, Ala. Sophomore 

LANIER, CECIL E — Religion— A Cappella 
Choir. Selma, Ala. Sophomore 

LEE, LINDA WELLONS— Dietetics— Y. 
W .A. ; Dietetics Club. Americus, Ga. 
Sophomore 

LEMON, ELOIS— Math— Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron ; Publicity Chairman. Birmingham, 
Ala. Sophomore 

LIGHTFOOT. JOHN STEPHEN— Reli- 
gion — Ministerial Association ; Y. YV. C. A. 
Freshman 

LOTT. LEONARD M. -Religion— Minis- 
terial Association ; Y. M. C. A. Russellville. 
Ala. Freshman 

LOVETT, NEIL— English— Crimson Staff; 
Pi Kappa Alpha: A Cappella Choir. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Sophomore 

LOWRY. EMERY— Economics — Lambda 
Chi Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 




MARION, SUE CAROL— History— B. S. 
U. Council ; Mu Alpha Chi. Cullman, Ala. 
Sophomore 

MARTIN, NORMA VIRGINIA -Dietetics 
—Dietetics Club. Birmingham, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

MATTHEWS, MARY ALICE— Business 
Administration -- A Cappella Choir; Phi 
Mu. Fayette, Ala. Sophomore 

MICKLER, ERNEST J.— Religion— Y. M. 
C. A.; Ministerial Association. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Sophomore 

MILLER, BETTY MERIE— Home Ec— 
Home Economics Club; Alpha Delta l'i ; 
Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

MITCHELL, GERRY— English— B. S. U. 
Council ; Second Vice-President ; Mission 
Band ; Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. Mobile, Ala. 
Sophomore 

MONROE, JERRY ALBERT— Rf.ligion- 
Dramatics ; B. S. U. Council. Birmingham, 
Ala. Sophomore 

MONTGOMERY, MARY JOYCE— Sociol- 
ogy. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

MOODY, JIMMY" — Dental— Intermural 
Sports. Boaz, Ala. Freshman 

MOONEY, JAMES CALVIN— Religion- 
Ministerial Association ; Y. M. C. A. Dade- 
ville, Ala. Freshman 

MORGAN, J. C— English. Kimberly, Ala. 
Freshman 

MORRISON, SARA NELL— Dietetics— A 
Cappella Choir; Dietetics Club. Tuscumbia. 
Ala. Freshman 

MURDOCK, BOBBIE HAZEL— Education 
— Y. W. A. Enterprise, Ala. Freshman 

MURPHREE. IIMSY ANN— Spanish- 
Phi Mu ; A Cappella Choir ; Girls Glee Club : 
Volley Ball Team. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

MURRAY, LEWIS. Birmingham, Ala. Fresh- 
man 



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LANCASTER 

LANIER 

LEE 



LEMON 

LIGHTFOOT 
LOTT 
LOVETT 



LOWRY MICKLER 

MARION .MILLER 

MARTIN MITCHELL 

MATTHEWS MONROE 



MONTGOMERY 
MOODY 
MOONEY 
MORGAN 



MORRISON 
MURDOCK 
MURPHREE 
MURRAY 



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McCain, Jacqueline o.— religion— 

Glee Club. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

McDONALD, CHARLES— General. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Sophomore 

McDONALD, JOHN— General. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

McDOW, JOSEPH U— Journalism— Choir 
A Cappella ; Vets Organization. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Freshman 

McKIBBON, CAROLYN ANN— Math- 
Cheer Leader ; Phi Mu ; Crimson Staff. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

McTYEIRE, JOHN DOUGLASS— Biology- 
Chemistry — Pi Kappa Alpha; A Cappella 
Choir. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

NeSMITH, MARIE— Pharmacy— Phi Mu ; 
Tile and Mortar Club ; Spatula Club ; Y. W. 
A. Blountsville, Ala. Sophomore 

NEWMAN, RUTH— Math— Chi Alpha Sig- 
ma ; Marshall ; Scholarship Day ; Pi Mu ; Y. 
W. C. A. Anniston, Ala. Sophomore 

NOLEN, MARTHA A.— English— Delta 
Zeta; Masquers. Springville, Ala. Sopho- 
more 




NORRED, SARAH RUTH— Pharmacy-Bi- 
ology — Alpha Epsilon; Delta; Tile and 
Mortar; Spatula; Y. W. C. A. Talladega, 
Springs, Ala. Sophomore 

O'KELLY, DAVIS— English— Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 



o'XEAL, MARCIA 
Work — Delta Zeta 
Fla. Sophomore 

PARHAM, WILMA 



CARLYN— S o c i a l 
Dramatics. Miami. 

TEAN— Math. Bir- 



mingham, Ala. Sophomore 
PARKER, PATRICIA — General— Alpha 

Delta Pi. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 
PARKER, THEA GRAY— Pharmacy. 

Leeds, Ala. Freshman 
PATTON, JACK JAMES— Phy. Ed.— 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Basket Ball. Trenton, 

Ga. Freshman 
PATTON, MARY JO— Religion— Mission 

Band; Y. W. A. Fort Payne, Ala. Fresh- 
man 
PAYNE, BETTIE GENE— Dietetics— Beta 

Sigma Omicron ; Y. W. C. A. ; Dietetics 

Club. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 
PAYNE, IONA— Religion— Y. W. A.; Y. 

W. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 
PEEPLES, BERTHA — English— Alpha 

Delta Pi. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 
PEEPLES. WILLIAM DEWEY— Math. 

Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 
PERKINSON, MARGIE ANITA— English 

—Glee Club. A Cappella Choir; B. S- U. 

Council ; Mu Alpha Chi. Birmingham, Ala. 

Sophomore 
PHILLIPS, FRAZIER O'NEAL— General 

—Basketball Team Varett, Ala. Freshman 
PICKENS. CAROL— Pharmacy— Spatula 

Club ; Y. W. C. A. ; Y. W. A. Hartselle. 

Ala. Sophomore 



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McCAIN McKIBBON nolen parham patton, m. j. peeples, w. d 

Mcdonald, c. mcTyeire norred parker, p. payne, b. g. perkinson 

mcdonald, j. nesmith o'kelley parker, t. g. payne, i. phillips 

mcdow newman o'neal patton, j. i. peeples, b. pickens 



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POE, RUBY C— English— Y. W. A.; B. S. 

U. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Freshman 
POE. WILLIAM ALLEN— Religion— Y. 

M. C. A.; B. S. U. Council; Ministerial As- 
sociation. Tuscalosa. Ala. Sophomore 
P( >LLAND, JAMES HAYTT— Pre. Med.— 

Pi Kappa Phi. LaGrange, Ga. Freshman 
POSEY, JOHN — General. Birmingham, 

Ala. Freshman 
POWELL. AUTRY FAUST— Religion— 

Ministerial Association. Adamsville, Ala. 

Freshman 
PRESLEY, DOLPHUS CLYDE— English. 

Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 
PRICKETT, EDGAR BOWEN— Religion 

—Ministerial Association. Ashville, Ala. 

Freshman 
PRINCE. MARILYN JO— Sociology— Phi 

Mu ; Glee Club ; A Cappella. Birmingham. 

Ala. Sophomore 
RAIFORD, ETHEL MARIE— Home Ec— 

Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 
RAINER. SARAH F.— English— Y. W. A. ; 

Y- W. C. A. Mobile. Ala. Sophomore 
RAINS, FRANK S.— English— Ministerial 

Association; Y. M. C. A. Tupelo. Miss. 

Sophomore 




RASBERRY, WILLIAM F.— Religion— 

Ministerial Association; B. S. U Council. 
Bay Minette, Ala. Freshman 

REAVES. JEANNE— Business. Trussville, 
Ala. Freshman 

REED, LENONA EVELYN— Religion— A 

Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. ; Y. W. 
A.; Mission Band. Fairfield, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

REEVES, BETTY GLENN— Business Ad- 
ministration — Y. W. A. Dothan, Ala. 
Sophomore 

REEVES, RUBY NELL— Business Admin- 
istration — Y. W. A. Dothan, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

REINHART. TOMMIE ROSE — Phar- 
macy — Y. W. A. Wilsonville, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

RIDDLE, GRACE L.— Journalism— Y. W. 
A. ; Crimson Staff. Childersburg, Ala. 
Freshman 

RIVERS, RUTH— Religion— Delta Zeta. 
Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

ROBERSON. FREDA YOLANDA— Rel- 
Gion — Crimson Staff Business Manager; Y. 
W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. ; B. S. U. Monroeville. 
Ala. Freshman 

ROBERSON. MARGARET ELIZABETH 
—History. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

KOMAGOSA, ESTHER GERESA— Busi- 
ness Administration — Y. W. A. Havana, 
Cuba. Freshman 

ROSEBROUGH, WILMA L.— Religion- 
Glee Club; Y. W. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

RUFFIN, NELDA CLAUDIA— English- 
Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Parade; 
B. S. U. Tallassee, Ala. Sophomore 



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POK, K. C. POWELL RAIFORD REAVES RKINHART ROBERSON, M. B. 

POE, W. A. PRESLEY RAINER REED RIDDLE ROMAGOSA 

POLLAND I'KICKETT RAINS REEVES. B. G. RIVERS ROSEBROUGH 

POSEY PRIXCE RASBERRY REEVES, R. N. ROBERSON, F. Y. RUFFIN 



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RUSSELL, JANE— Biology— Beta Sigma 
( )micron. Chattanooga, Tenn. Sophomore 

SAMPLE, NELL RAE— Journalism— Beta 
Sigma Omicron; Howard News for Age- 
Herald ; Pledge Reporter ; Pledge President ; 
Captain of Basketball and Volley Ball for 
Beta Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

SHIRLEY, WANDA ELI SE— General— 
Beta Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman. 

SHULTZ, HELEN JANE— Economics— 
Delta Zeta. Birmingham. Ala. Freshman 

SIMPSON, HENRY GRADY— Pi Kappa 
Phi. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

SLOCUM, GENIE RAE— Drama— Alpha 
Delta Pi; Glee Club; A Cappella Choir. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

SMITHSON, JAMES DUDLEY— Religion 
— Ministerial Association. Moundville, Ala. 
Freshman 

SPARKMAN. GEORGE BASC( )M— His- 
tory — Y. M. C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 
Sophomore 

SPRIVELL. NAOMI LAVERN — Com- 
merce. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

STEVEN, EDWARD CLYDE— Pharmacy 
— Lambda Chi Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

STEWART, JUNE REBECCA— General. 
Tallassee, Ala. Freshman 

STRICKLAND, HENRY PACE— General 
—Veterans* Club. Albertville. Ala. Freshman 



STUART, MARTHA NELL— Pharmacy- 
Biology — Alpha Delta Pi Treasurer ; Kntre 
Nous; Tile and Mortar; Spatula Club; 
House Chairman; Secretary; Dormitory 
Council. Birmingham. Ala. Sophomore 

STUBBS, BOBBIE KATHERN— English. 
Dixiana, Ala. Sophomore 

SUDDUTH. JACQUE — General — Phi 
Mu; Crimson Staff. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

TAMPLIN, EVELYN G— Biology— Lab 
Instructor. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

TANKERSLEY, MARY GRACE— Jour- 
nalism — Y. W. A. Cullman, Ala. Sopho- 
more 

TAYLER, EVELYN M.— Economics— Del- 
ta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

TAYLOR, WI XI FRED— General. Lynn. 
Ala. Freshman 

THOMAS. FLORA LOUISE— General— 
Glee Club; B. S. U. Council. Birmingham, 
Ala. Sophomore 

THOMAS. MARY LEOLA— Dramatics— 
Y. W. A. Scottsboro, Ala. Freshman 

THOMAS. MILDRED LOUISE— English 
— Y. W. A. Birmingham, Ala. Sophomore 

THOMASON, BETTY FL( )ISF— English. 
Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

THOMPSON, R( )P»ERT EARL— Religion 
—Alpha Phi ( )mega ; Pi Kappa Phi; Minis- 
terial Association. Alexia. Ala. Sophomore 




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SIMPSON 


SPRIVELL 


STUART 


TANKERSLKY THOMAS, M. L 


SAMPLE 


SLOCUM 


STEVEN 


STUBBS 


TAYLER THOMAS. M. 


SHIRLEY 


SMITHSON 


STEWART 


SUDDUTH 


TAYLOR THOMASON 


SHULTZ 


SPARKMAN 


STRICKLAND 


TAMPLIN 


THOMAS, f; L. THOMPSON 



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TOMMIE, PEGGIE— English— Phi Mu; 
Student Senator; Dormitory Council. Gads- 
den, Ala. Sophomore 

TURNER, PALMER— English— A Cappel- 
la Choir; Sigma Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 
Freshman 

VAN KEUREN, EDITH BAIN— Biology- 
Glee Club; Alpha Delta Pi. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 

WALKER, GERALD- 
WALKER, GLADYS EVELYN— Religion 
-B. S. U. Council ; Y. W. C. A. Birming- 
ham, Ala. Sophomore 

WALKER. MARY FRANCES— Enclish- 
Delta Zeta ; Crimson Staff. Birmingham. 
Ala. Sophomore 

WARD, BILLY JOE— General— Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

WEAVER, ROBERT' COOPER— Econom- 
ics — A Cappella Choir ; House of Killian. 
Talladega, Ala. Freshman 

WELCH, NELDA— General— Y. W. A 
Lowndesboro, Ala. Freshman 

WEST, BOBBIE L.— Med. Tech. Lilly, Ga. 
Freshman 

WHITE, VIRGINIA M.— Home Ec— B. S. 
U. Council; Y. W. C. A. Hartsford, Ala 
Freshman 

WHITMAN, OTHNIEL C— Business Ad- 
ministration — Pi Kappa Alpha. Mobile, 
Ala. Sophomore 



WILLIAMS, ALBERTS CECELIA— Eng- 
lish — Beta Sigma Omicron ; Volley Ball 
Team. Birmingham, Ala. Freshman 

WINGARD, WARRENE— Math— B. S. U. 
Council; Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dormitory 
Council; Intramural Sports; Treasurer of 
Sophomore Class. Clanton, Ala. Sophomore 

WINTERS, EVELYN— English— B. S. U. ; 
Y. W. A. ; Mission Band. Fort Payne, Ala. 
Sophomore 

WOOD, GEORGE EDWARD— Engineer- 
ing — Pi Kappa Alpha. Palmerdale, Ala. 
Freshman 

WOOD, JACK — Pharmacy. Freshman 

WOODALL, SARA LEE— English— Y. W. 
A. Centre, Ala- Sophomore 

W< HDDARD, WILLODEAN— General— B. 
S. U. ; Mission. Moulton, Ala. Freshman 

WORNICK, HOWARD— General. Fresh- 
man 

WRIGHT. SARAH ALICE— Home Ec. 
Favette, Ala. Sophomore 

YOUNG, JESSIE C— Business Adminis- 
tration — Vets' Club ; Intramural Sports. 
Gadsden, Ala. Freshman 

YOUNG, MARTHA ELIZABETH— Gen- 
eral — Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. Fresh- 
man 

YOUNG. MARTHA LOU — Dietetics— 
Delta Zeta; Dietetics Club. Birmingham, 
Ala. Freshman 




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TOMMIE WALKER, G. E. WELCH 

TURNER WALKER, M. O. WEST 

Van KEUREN WARD WHITE 

WALKER, G. WEAVER WHITMAN 



WILLIAMS WOOD, J. 

WINGARD WOODALL 

WINTERS WOODARD 

WOOD, G. E. WORNICK 



WRIGHT 
YOUNG, J. C. 
YOUNG, M. E. 
YOUNG, M. L. 




ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 







ACTIVITIES 



OL STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



For our annual, our school paper, our student elections, our chapel 
programs, our Red Cross activities, and just about anything that comes 
under the head of Howard Activities we have the Student Government 
with the Senate in control to thank. The Student Senate which makes 
up the governing body of Student government is composed of the presi- 
dent, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, elected by popular vote 
of students, and ten senators, four from the senior class, three from the 
junior class, two from the sophomore class and one from the freshman 
class, elected by votes of the respective classes. We feel we owe them 
many thanks for a year's work well managed. 




Women's STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




RAI CARPENTER 
Vice-President 



WILMA DUKE 

President 



SARAH GARRETT 
Treasurer and Secretary 



The Women's Student Government is composed of representatives from 
every women's organization on the campus. With Dean Obenchain 
as its faculty advisor, it is responsible for any activity which directly 
concerns the girls with the constant aims of cooperation and friendli- 
ness among groups in mind. It not only functions on the campus, but 
with outside civic organizations. 



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anager 




Giving- you your "Back To School" edition of Entre Nous lias been a pleasure I 
shall long remember. Of course, there has been work and plenty of it, but many of 
you have made that interesting. 

To the faculty — for cooperation, understanding and even a few cuts from classes — 
1 want to give special thanks. 

To those students who did and those who didn't do the things you were supposed 
to do, I give my part in the make-up of this annual hoping it will be a source of a 
great many good memories in the years to come. 

And, aside from the fact that all of the people on my staff have been dependable 
and capable, I want to give special mention to Martha Nell Stuart, Ronald Weathers, 
Evelyn Kinard, Fancher Adams, and Don Davis. And more than anyone else, 1 feel 
indebted to Polly Cochran, Editor of the 1945 Entre Nous, who has worked just 
as hard on this yearbook because she is so typically full of the spirit of Howard. 




1946... 



STAFF 

Editor BETTYSU BOZEMAN 

Assistant Editors BESSIE L. EDMONDSON. MARTHA X. STUART 

Business Manager __.POI.IA' COCHRAN 

Sports Editor ...RONALD WEATHERS 

Associate Editors ___BOBBY BURNS.CHARLIE DOYAL 

Greek Editors ___BOB BELL, TABER GREEN 

Snapshots.... ...KARL KXUDSEN, PHIL OLINGER 

Art Editor HUGH MORRIS 

Senior Class Editor ...BETTY LEE WOODCOCK 

Junior Class Editor.... ...DAVID BARKSDALE 

Lower Division Editor _._MIRIAM COCKRELL 

Typists ...RAI CARPENTER, EVELYN KINARD, 

MILDRED ARLEDGE. GERRY AR- 

LEDGE, JUANITA HAVES, MARIE L. 

OAK 
General Staff POLLY COVINGTON, [O COCHRAN, 

[O ANN TEMPLETON, LOYD MOON, 

PALMER TURNER 
Features Editor __.WENDELL GIVENS 

. Id Editors I)( )NALD DAVIS, FANCH ER ADAMS 




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Editor, 

MARY POSEY 



Business Manager, 
FREDA ROBINSON 



With Mary Posey and Frances Walker as Editors, we have had a bi- 
monthly edition of The Howard Crimson this year. 

Tt has been the policy of the Crimson staff to "keep the news clean" 
but "make 'em like it" and we have. Tuesday twice a month it has been 
no unusual sight for students to wander into class eagerly scanning" the 
pages of a paper without the teachers complaining for they. Ion. were 
'eating it up". 

This year Howard added to its staff, Mr. John Bosworth, who served 
as faculty advisor to journalists as well as organizing an honorary 
journalism fraternity . . PACS. 



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Editor-in-Chief FRANCES WALKER 

Society Editor— NELL RAE SAMPLE 

Sports Editor^. ._.RONALD WEATHERS 

Business Manager _..MARY ANN ALLISON 

JOURNALISM STAFF 

Assistant Editors _JO ANN TEMPLETON, JOE McDOW 

Art Editors- __.IVA JEWEL BURTON, HOYT BARRON 

Book Reviews- ...WALTER MEEKS 

Campus Editor- ...MARY EVELYN ISRAEL 

Editorial Editor- ...DAVID R. FOSTER 

Dramatic Editor ...CAROLYN FENDLEY 

Circulation Manager ...BETTYSU BOZEMAN 

News and Feature Writers— JOHN BOB RIDDLE, ANN HADLEY, LO- 
RETTA ROSEBROUGH, FOSTER ELDREDGE, ELIZABETH CLARK, 
CHARLES GRANADE, BETTY LEE WOODCOCK, TOMMIE JOHN- 
SON. 
Staff Photographers— BILL RASBERRY, DAVID DENNY, MURRELL 
JOHNSON. 

Faculty Adviser DEAN P. P. BURNS 

Journalism Adviser ...JOHN W. BOSWORTH 




ANY TIME 

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DEAR STOMA NU 

When we first started college days, our lessons gave us shakes, 
And at that time we never guessed we would end up snakes. 
We met some guvs, they were the hest. Became our buddies true. 
They rushed us and they pledged us to 
Dear old Sigma Nu. 

(Chorus) 

Dear Sigma Nu, Dear Sigma Nu, 
Your pin is gold, your charm is told, 
There ain't no one just quite so hold as, 
Dear Sigma Nu, Dear Sigma Nu, 
There ain't no frat so true as our dear old Sigma Nu. 
Now the Lambda Chi's are pretty big, but that's not hard to see 
Last night while I was sleeping, they tried to put a pin on me, 
Now the Pi Kappa Phi's and Pi K. A's they have their numbers, too 
But they get all the cast offs from dear ole Sigma Nu. 

PI K. A. RAMBLER SONG 

He rambled down to Hades to see the poor lost souls 
He saw a bunch of Lambda Chi's a roastin' on the coals. 
The Pi Kappa Phi's and Sigma Nil's to sizzle had begun 
While the Pi K. A's in velvet chairs were watching all the fun. 

(Chorus) 

He rambled. He rambled, He rambled all around. 

In and out of town. 

Oh, yes, he rambled, he rambled, 

He rambled till he got the colors on. 

Now Jesse James was SMC 

He did the job quite well 

He shot up all the Sigma Nu's and then 

He went to Hell 

The devil says you can't come in, von must be on your way, 

For this is the home of Lambda Chi and you're a Pi K A. 

(Contributed and I'd. for by Sigma Nu and Pi K. A's.) 




ORGANIZATIONS 



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H Y P A T I A 



Due to the fact that Hypatia, Howard's honor society for women, taps 
in May, most of the students who were tapped in 1945 graduated before 
Entre Nous pictures were made. 

Being- tapped for Hypatia is the highest honor that can come to a woman 
student on Howard's campus. Its members are chosen on the basis of 
their scholarship, leadership, character, and promise of future useful- 
ness. Hypatia consists of only those girls who exemplify the highest 
qualities of its requirements. 

Tapping takes place in front of Main after a brief history of the or- 
ganization by Dean Burns. Members of Hypatia, both students ana 
alumnae, participate in the services. As a signification of the honor, 
each student qualifying for membership has a corsage of yellow roses 
placed on her shoulder. 

A girl who has been elected a member of this organization is looked 
upon as an example of an ideal Howard College co-ed and is expected to 
do her life's work to the best of her ability, whether it be that of career 
woman or housewife. Dean Obenchain, is faculty advisor for the group. 
Betty Lee Woodcock, president of the organization, was assisted in 
tapping this year by Gaye Daniel, Martha Purser Brown, Margaret 
Ward, Edna Jo Medlin, Louise Hardin, Anne Hatcher, and Betty Jane 
Houlditch. Students tapped were Margaret Ann Miller, Juanita Hayes, 
Frances Walker, Jerry Mitchell, Juanita Arnold, Bobby Stubbs, and 
Marguerite Johnston 



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DENT 




Trident, the highest honor society for men on the campus, taps those 
men from the junior class who meet its standards in the three fields of 
scholarship, leadership, and esteem of students and faculty. 

Trident tapping takes place in the auditorium of Main. Students are 
unaware until the time of tapping" of those who have reached the re- 
quirements of the group. 

Members of Trident include David Barksdale, Loyd Moon, Howard 
Clark, John Oakes, Sigurd Bryan, Marvin Haire, Bobby Burns, Jimmy 
Woods. 



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Howard students who have been selected to have their biographies 
appear in tin's year's edition of "Who's Who In American Colleges And 
Universities" by a faculty committee are Sigurd Bryan, Polly Cochran, 
Jeanette Counts, Loyd Moon, Margaret Ann Miller, John Oakes, Mary 
Posey, Martha Purser Brown, John Bob Riddle, Jo Ann Templeton, 
and Betty Lee Woodcock. 

More than being an honor, selected for "Who's Who" gives an oppor- 
tunity for finding occupation in the student's desired field of interest. 
Their Planning list aids returning war veterans in occupational re- 
adjustments and situations. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity to assemble college 
men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship 
and to promote service to humanity. The fields in which the services 
are delivered are: Student body and faculty, youth and community, 
members of the fraternity, and the nation as participating citizens. 
Alpha Phi Omega has a unique place to fill and if true to its colors and 
if it reduplicates its past, it can and shall fill it well. 

Officers of the group include Jerry Monroe, President; Robert Smith, 
1st Vice President; Doc Wesson, Treasurer; Robert Thompson, Secre- 
tary with Dr. Jones, Dr. Wilcox, Major Davis, Dean Burns and Dean 
Dale as faculty advisors. Members are William Harold Patton, John 
Oakes, David Barksdale, Deric Edgar, Hugh Morris, Charles Gra- 
nade, W. T. Edwards, Glen Dismukes, William D. Aders, Hudson 
Baggett, Billy Jo Ward, Howard Clark, George Sparkman, Charles 
Gamble, Billy Gamble, James Bouchilon, Elmer Lloyd, William Mc- 
Ginnis, and Robert Brown. 





AVID BARKSDALE HOWARD CLARK JERRY MONROE 



HUGH MORRIS 



JOHN OAKES 



PI GAMMA M U 




Pi Gamma Mu is the National Honor Society of Social Science. 
Students having a minimum of twenty hours in this field and who have 
a 2. average are eligible upon the recommendation and approval of 
faculty members and members of Pi Gamma Mu for membership. The 
purpose of this organization is to attain a scientific approach to the 
study and solution of human problems through study of economics, 
history, political science, and sociology. 

Members of Pi Gamma Mu are Bonnie Weaver, Veloreese Harper, 
Marguerite Johnston, Madolyn Vernon, Gaye Daniel, Marvin Haire, 
Dean Dale, Mr. Corrie, and Dean Obenchain 



KAPPA P 




The Kappa Pi Art Fraternity is a unit of National organization, dedicated to the 
seeking and encouragement of truth through beauty. The Alpha Alpha Chapter was 
founded at Howard in 1940, and has won recognition for the magnificent art work 
which its members produce and display. 

To be eligible for membership one must be a student in the Art Department and have 
manifested more than an ordinary interest and ability as an artist. 

The officers are Bessie L. Edmondson, President, Betty L. Woodcock, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Margaret Morton, Secretary, Sue Smith, Treasurer, John Bob Riddle, Re- 
porter, Miss Alida Townes, Sponsor. The members of the fraternity are Bill 
Aders, jimmy Brigance, Thomasine Johnson, Marion McClendon, Louise McGinty, 
Nelda Ruff in. Georgia Smith, Leland Tindal, and Palmer Turner. 



M U ALPHA C H 




Mu Alpha Chi, national honorary musical fraternity, was organized 
this year at Howard. Its officers are Rex Dickey, President, Loretta 
Rosebrough, Vice-President, Mary Vesta Barnard, Secretary, and Eva 
Nell Hurt, Treasurer. Its members are Margie Perkinson, Martha 
Purser Brown, Jeanette Counts, Marion Bowden, Hugh Morris, Helen 
Counts, Loyd Moon, Nina Farr, Mildred Arledge, Polly Covington, 
Joe McDow, Billy Jo Ward, Mildred Hughes, Sue Marion. Palmer 
Turner, Cecil Lanier, Ronald Weathers, Genie Rae Slocum, Edsel 
Hand, Jimmy Caldwell, Gerod Cole, Wilma Rosebrough, Maude Ellen 
Jordan, Madolyne Vernon, and Edith Van Keuren. 



TILE AND MORTAR 




Although Tile and Mortar is purely a professional organization its members are 
perhaps the most versatile on the campus. While "pill rolling" is their primary in- 
terest they find time to take part in almost every other activity offered and many 
social organizations are represented among its members. 

The meetings designed to bring the students the last minute news of the profession 
of pharmacy are in the form of luncheons. Highlights of the year are initiation into 
the club and several informal "get-togethers". The return of many of the veterans 
has swelled the membership and has added new interests to the forwarding of the 
goals and ideals of Tile and Mortar. Under the capable advisorship of Dr. Willard 
Hadley, 'file and Mortar lias succeeded in bringing the world of pharmacy to the 
individual student and in turn introducing the future pharmacists of America to 
their chosen field. 



SPATULA 



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"Pill-rolling with a feminine touch" is the main interest of those girls 
in Spatula. Organized to promote professional interest in the young 
women of Pharmacy it is perhaps one of the most promising new clubs 
on the cam] >ns. Speakers, and business meetings, with occasional parties 
serve to unite the members and bring them outside news and views of 
their chosen profession. 

Girls are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and promising 
interest in Pharmacy. Mrs. Leon Richards, gracious wife of Doc Rich- 
ards is sponsor for the group and is forever benefiting "her girls" by 
her kind understanding and friendship. 



CHI ALPHA SIGMA 




Chi Alpha Sigma is the honorary fraternity for chemistry majors. Its 
members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, ability, character, and 
future promise in the field of chemistry. Consequently it has quality 
rather than quantity. 

Members are Bobby Burns, Howard C'ark, Ruth Newman, W. D. 
Peebles, Robert Smith, Nash Collier, Silvia Pincus, Jimmy Woods, Dr. 
Wilcox, Dr. Xan. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




Alpha Epsilon Delta is the honorary pre-medical fraternity on the campus. It has 
as its purpose to encourage excellence in pre-medical work by furnishing a goal to- 
ward which the student may strive during the early semesters of his or her pre- 
medical career, to bind together similarly interested students, to act as a force in 
crystallizing any movement for the good of the pre-medical student, and to bridge the 
gap between the spirit of the pre-medical school and that of the school of medicine. 

The first chapter of A. E. D. was formed at the University of Alabama in 1926, 
and second chapter, the Alabama Beta, was organized at Howard in 1928. 



During the year Alpha Epsilon Delta held 
men in the field of medicine as sneakers. '1 



several open meetings with prominent 

hey also had their annual banquet. 



DIETETICS CLUB 




Among organizations of the campus which arc noted for their deeds of 
good will, perhaps the Dietetics Club is the most outstanding. It consists 
of girls who are majoring in or are interested in the field of Home 
Economics. It has as its sponsor. Miss Elizabeth Jacobs, Professor of 
Home Economics. Among its courses are meal planning, nutrition re- 
search, and table service. 



MASQUERS 



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Masquers is an organization made up of students interested in Dra- 
matics. It has not been in active status since Miss Sparks left except 
through its individual members. Miss Florence Drake has acted as its 
sponsor this year. Its purpose is to promote friendliness and coopera- 
tion among its members as they strive to accomplish their places in 
dramatics. 



VETERANS 




'Plie Veteran's organization is composed of those men who have given 
of their time and energy in winning World War 1 1. They have as their 
sponsor Dr. Irons, who himself is a vet. We are indebted to them not 
only for what they have meant before, but what they mean now as 
students of Howard College. Besides parties they have given, their 
members have participated in fraternities, class and student body elec- 
tions. Baptist Student Union, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., and numerous 
other worthy activities and organizations on our campus. 



GLEE CLUB 




The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Martinson, is composed of 
students selected on their basis of ability in voice. They participate in 
the majority of our chapel programs and make tours to give concerts in 
other parts of the state and play a major role in our H. Day activities. 



CHOIR 



The A Cappella Choir, directed by Mrs. Martinson, is composed of men 
and women who have exceptional voices, most of them enrolled in 
courses of voice and theory. They have increased in number this year 
due to the enrollment inrrease of the srhool. They have given many 
outstanring; programs during; the vear. 




Y. W. C. A 







The Young Women's Christian Association is a non-denominational 
organization which strives to bring about a closer understanding and 
fellowship among the women students on the campus. Miss Florence 
Drake seiwed as sponsor for the group this year. One thing we like 
about Y. W. C. A. is that all of the women students are eligible for 
membership. Their calendar is full of activities for the year which 
serve to promote student fellowship. 



Y. M. C. A. 




Parallel to the Y. W. C. A., the Young Men's Christian Association is 
open to all men students who wish to work cooperatively for the good 
of fellowmen on the campus. It has members from every organization 
on the campus and its influence is strongly felt on the entire campus. 
It is an active agent in uniting" the men students in religious and social 
activities. 



MISSION BAND 




The Mission Band was organized on Howard campus by those students interested in 
the fields of mission work. It consists of students directly interested in doing- such 
work as well as those who wish to know more about it and support it. 

It is responsible for several missions in the city of Birmingham and each year mis- 
sionaries from different fields arc invited as g'uest speakers to the group. 

[ts members are not selected, but are volunteer workers. This year the Women 
Christian Volunteers has worked in the Mission Band group with the ideal of promo- 
tion of Christianity as their chief aim. They arc active workers in the Juvenile Court 
of the city. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



As the name denotes the Ministerial Association has as its members 
male students who have chosen the ministry as their life work. They 
have regular meetings, sometimes including the wives and fiancees of 
the members, to discuss their problems and possible solutions. Full oi 
promise, these young men contribute much to our campus life in their 
fine Christian ideals. 




BAPTIST S T U 




The Baptist Student Union is open to every Baptist on the campus. It 
contributes more to the social and religious activities than any other 
organization on the campus. Its members belong to many other or- 
ganizations on the campus. 

The main aim of the B. S. U. is to uphold the ideal of brotherhood and 
Christian happiness on our campus. We have been given parties, chapel 
programs and numerous other tlr'ngs through the B. S. U. this year. 

Their annual banquet at Ruhama Church is one of the main events on 
the social calendar of the year. With Earl Potts as President the 
Baptist Student Union has had one of its most prosperous years. The 
two councils of B. S. U. have served to unite its efforts with those of 
the entire student bod v. 



DENT UNION 




Morning Watch and Vespers are two of 
the services open to all students through 
the Baptist Student Union. They are a 
symbol of Howard spirit that we shall 
always cherish. 



Registration day in September is always "easy to take" because 
of the feeling- the Baptist Student Union gives you that you are 
a vital part of Howard. From the trembling freshman to the 
triumphant Senior we thank the Baptist Student Union for what 
you have meant to all of us. 






■*% WELCOMES YOU 




DRAMA SERVICE 

DEPARTMENT 




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The Drama Service Department 
contributes to the cultural, artistic, 
and religious life of the state, and is 
designed to give technical, personal 
assistance to all schools, churches 
and special groups. 



Mrs. Lydia Kayes Woodcock, a member of Zeta Phi Eta, professional 
drama fraternity, is the director of Howard's Drama Service Depart- 
ment. Having spent the greater part of her life in the study of drama, 
she knows it from the educational and producing" ends. In her work she 
has friendly entre to the leading publishers, and our mails attest the 
service rendered the play producing public. Her slogan is, "Bring us 
your problems — we do not know all the answers, but our advisory group 
is a 'who's who' of those who do." 




Z)L GREEKS 



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ALPHA DELTA P 




OFFICERS 

President Jane Jorda n 

V ice-President... Margaret A. Miller 

Recording Secretary Virginia Masis 

Corresponding Secretary ....Margaret Morton 
Treasurer Rai Carpenter 



MEMBERS 



Margie Sue Barclift 
Bettysu Bozeman 
Inice Carlisle 
Martha Deffke 
Dorothy Fuller 
Joyce Griffin 
Virginia Hinkle 
Norma Harrison 
Bettv Ann Johnsey 
Jane Jordan 
Evelyn Kinard 
Eleanor Lovell 
Virginia Lowery 



Virginia Masis 
Betty Miller 
Margaret A. Miller 
Margaret Morton 
Marie L. Oak 
Pat Parker 
Bertha Peeples 
Esther Romagosa 
Bobbie Rinkenberger 
< k'nie Rae Slocum 
Martha X. Stuart 
Edith Van Keuren 



Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest sorority at Howard, has among its members 
the President of Student Government, Editor of Entre Nous. Presi- 
dents of Tile and Mortar, and Interfraternity Sorority Council. Tt had 
five finalists in the beauty parade and several participants in the H-day 
parade. Members of Tile and Mortar, Entre Nous Staff, Crimson 
Staff, PACS, Masquers, Spatula, A. E. D., Women's Student Govern- 
ment, Pi Gamma Mu, Glee Club, Choir, Dietetics Club, Student Senate, 
Y. W. C. A., Mu Alpha Chi, Pan-Hellenic, B. S. U. and Interfraternity 
Sorority Council are found in A. D. Pi, Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Alpha and 
Pi Kappa Phi chose their dream girls from A. D. Pi. It also holds the 
Pan-Hellenic scholarship cup and one for Beta Province of Alpha Delta 
Pi. * 



Most prominent among' the Alpha Delta Pi parties was their dance held 
at the Roebuck Club in May. 



KAPPA CHAPTER 




Jarclift 


JOHNSEY 






Oak 


Bozi: max 


Jordan 






Parker 


Carlisle 


Kinard 






PeeplEs 


Carpenter 


LovEll 






RlNKENBERGER 


Deffke 


Miller, B. 






Slocum 


Griffin 


Miller, 


M. 


A. 


Stuart 


Harrison 


Morto 


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Van Keuren 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 




OFFICERS 

President ....Mildred Arledge 

Vice-Presidents.-. ..Jane Russell 

Annie E. Herrmann 

Secretary.... Nina F. Farr 

Treasurer.-. Betty Byars 

MEMBERS 

Gerry Arledge Martha Ann Ingram 

Mildred Arledge Annie E. Herrmann 

Olive Bailey Betty Hunt 

Fay Blackerbv Elois Lemon 

Marjorie Brown Virginia Martin 

Tinker Brown Betty Payne 

Betty Byars Jane Russell 

Marjorie Cash Nell Rae Sample 

Polly Covington Dorothy Saylor 

Lois Crow Elise Shirley 

Jean Crook Sue Smith 

Helen Duke Virginia Thompson 

Dorothy Fant ( Gloria Tucker 

Nina Farr Madeline Ward 

Kitty Gray Alberta Williams 



"Smile Awhile" is the theme song of the Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority for the 
Beta Sigs are known as the "Friendly" sorority at Howard. Interested in "Cam- 
pusology" Betas participate enthusiastically in campus activities. "Tis a Beta Sig 
who reigns queen of the Entre Nous beauty section," Mildred Arledge. Nell 
Rae Sample is social editor of the Howard Crimson and also writes a Howard 
Column for the Age-Herald. 

Beta Sigs will be found in Kappa Pi, Mu Alpha Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, P. A. C, 
Dormitory Council, Inter-Fraternity Sorority Council, Glee Club, A Cappella 
Choir, Y. W. C. A. Dietetics Club, Entre Nous Staff. W. A. A. and holding various 
class offices. 

Active in sports though not always victorious, the Retas are the proud possessors of 
the volley ball trophy . 



Social highlights of the year include a hilarious hay loft party, colorful rush par- 
ties, the annual formal Easter party honoring pledges and the gay House party. 
Jane Russell deserves honorable mention in receiving the Cup at the Founders day 
banquet for being the outstanding pledge for the year 1944-45. 



BETA BETA CHAPTER 




Arledge 


Fa nt 




Russell 


Arledge 


Farr 




Sample 


Bailey 


Gray 


Saylor 


Blackerby 


H 


Errmann 


Shirley 


Byars 




Hunt 


Smith 


Covington 




Lemon 


Thompson 


Crook 




Martin 


Williams 


Duke 




Payne 





DELTA Z ET A 




OFFICERS 

President... Martha Purser 

Vice-President Doris J. Sturgis 

Recording Secretary Marian McLendon 

Corresponding Secretary ___Betty Griffin 

Treasurer „_Martorie Thompson 



MEMBERS 



Alary Ann Allison 
Jo Cochran 
Polly Cochran 
Carolyn Denny 
Emojean Donaldson 
Margarite Frost 
Christine Goode 
Betty Mae Griffin 
Jean Gulledge 
Juanita Havs 
Mary Belle Hilliard 
Sara Hollingshead 
Tommie Johnson 
Helen Kenney 
Marian McLendon 
Sara Nell Morrison 



Martha Nolen 
Marcia O'Neil 
Mary Wood Pierson 
Martha Purser 
Marie Raiford 
Betty Reeves 
Ruhy Reeves 
Helen Jane Schultz 
Doris Jean Sturgis 
Evelyn Taylor 
Marjorie Thompson 
Frances Walker 
Betty Lee Woodcock 
Martha E. Young 
Martha Lou Young 



With ''gonna lay down my books and pen and study school no more" as their 
theme-song, the girls of Alpha Pi have had one year of rollicking fun. Among 
'Red Letter' days in entertainment were the Delta Zeta's famous night club parties, 
the Annual Rose Ball, a hay-ride and pinic at Queenstown Lake, an all-day picnic 
at Westlake, and their many never to be forgotten slumber parties (For G. O.) 
The Delta Zeta's did have their moments of seriousness and so to keep their lamps 
burning had two girls to be tapped for Hypatia and three to be selected for Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Among the cele- 
braties of extra-curricula activities D. Z. had an editor of the Howard Crimson, 
business manager of the Entre Nous, and Dream Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha Fra- 
ternity. 



If you should ask a Delta Zeta if she's getting all she expected from college, you 
would doubtless get for a reply her favorite phrase "I'm a Delta Zeta. \ couldn't 
ask for more". 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 







Allison 


Johnson 


Schultz 


Cochran 


Kl'.NNEY 


Sturgis 


Denny 


Morrison 


Thompson 


Frost 


Nolen 


Walker 


Goode 


O'Neil 


Woodcock 


Hays 


Pierson 


Young, M. E. 


Hillard 


Purser 


Young, M. L 


HOLLINGSHEAD 


Raiford 





PHI M U 




OFFICERS 

President ....Jeaxkttk Counts 

Vice-Presidents ...Jo Ann Thmplkton 

Virginia Casey 
Secretaries Sarah C.akkktt 

Gene Morris 
Treasurers Sarah King 

Helens Counts 

MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Alverson Annie L. Holmes 

Joyce Baker Pat Howren 

Mary V. Barnard Hazel Irwin 

Marion Bowdeii Kitty Johns 

Frances Carmack Christine Kincaid 

Virginia Casey Sarah King 

Dorothy Clark Lucy Kirkland 

Betty Clem Carolyn McKibbon 

Jerry Cole Florence McLane 

Billy Cooper Mary Alice Matthews 

Jeanette Counts Gene Morris 

Helene Counts Jimsy A. Murphree 

Louise Crowson Marie NeSmith 

Helen Davidson Ruth Newman 

Katherine Deason Marilyn Jo Prince 

Betty Jean Dillon Tommie Reinhardt 

Virginia Falkner Margaret Robertson 

Imogene Friel Jane Scofield 

Sarah Garrett Jacque Sudduth 

Ann Hadley Jo Ann Templeton 

Virginia Heifner Peggy Tommie 

Mary Frances Jeanne Vann 
Higginbotham 



Living up to their reputation for friendliness and versatility. Alpha Gamma Chapter 
oi Phi Mu has also maintained her outstanding position as a leader on Howard's 
cam] ins. 

Phi Mu claims, the presidents of the Pan-Hellenic Council, Dormitory Council and 
the Glee Club ; with the Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Phi and Sweetheart of Sigma Nu ; 
two members of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges ; two of the five finalists among the beauties; three of the four cheerleaders; 
secretary, treasurer and reporter of the Int erf raternity- Sorority Council, vice-presi- 
dent of the Howard Chapter of the A. A. U. \\\. Treasurer of the Student Body, 
two Senators; Officers in Kappa Theta, Chi Delta Phi, Masquers, Y. W. C. A., 
Mu Alpha Chi, W. A. A., Dormitory Council, Assistant Journalism Editor of the 
Crimson, Tile and Mortar, and Secretary of Women's Student Organizations in 
addition to having members in all the above organizations, Phi Mu is represented 
on the Entre Nous Staff in Chi Alpha Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, A Cappella 
Choir and the Dietetics Club. 

Social highlights of the year have included banquets, dinners, hayrides, the annual 
Valentine Tea, and the Big Sister-Little Sister Party and the houseparty to Camp 
Mary Munger. 

By maintaining their individuality, and their leading position, Phi Mils can easily 
be called the "ideal coeds". 



ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 




AlA'KRSON 
BOWDEN 

Clem 
Cole 
Cooper 
Counts 
Counts 
Deason 



Dillon 
Freil 

( rARRETT 

HadlEy 
Hkifner 

HlGGINBOTHAM 

Holmes 

KlNCAID 



King 

KlRKLAND 

Matthews 

McKlBBON 

Morris 
MurphreE 
Xe Smith 
Newm \x 



Prince 

Reinhardt 
scofield 

SUDDUTH 

templetox 
Tom m ik 
Vann 






LAMBDA CH! ALPHA 




OFFICERS 

President David Barksdalk 

I'ice-Prcsident ...Julius Byars 

Secretary ...Emory LowgRY 

Treasurer Jimmy Wood 

MEMBERS 



David Barksdale 
J. R. Bennett 
Harold Benson 
Jack Bodiford 
Billy Bowen 
James Brackin 
Warren Brasher 
John Burks 
Julius Byars 
Bob Canon 
James Coffey 
Karl Crowley 
David Czherski 
Den Davis 
David Denney 
Frank Donaldson 
Charles Dowdy 
Derric Edgar 
Dewitt Fletcher 
Bennie Frost 



J. E. Gammill 
Delmar Ingram 
J. B. Jackson 
Emery Lowery 
Herbert McClanny 
Harry Manning 
James Merk 
Bob Mishal 
Chestor Milford 
Garland Moore 
Steve Moore 
Davis O'Kelley 
Thea Parker 
W. I). Peeples 
Carl Reeder 
Wade Schultz 
Sam Sibert 
Quinn Smith 
Edward Stevens 
limmv Wood 



The past year has seen the wearers of the jewelled crescent rise to a 
place of power on the Howard campus. The popularity of the Lambda 
Chis was expressed in Student elections by the election of Frank Don- 
aldson to the J (residency of Student body with Presidents of the Senior, 
Junior, and Sophomore classes, and President of the Interfraternity 
Council. David Barksdale is Vice-President of A. P. O. and they have 
two officers besides president in the sophomore class, one being" their 
dream girl, Martha Lou Young". Four of the senators of Student Coun- 
cil are Lambda Chis. Other honors include two members in Trident. 
They also participated in sports and religious activities. Although 
progress has been phenomenal, the banner of Purple, Green, and Gold 
is expected to rise to even greater heights in the coming year. 



THETA ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 




Barksdalk 
Brackin 
Byars 
Goss 
Jackson 



I.owErv 
Moore 
O'Kelley 
Patton 
Peeples 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 







MEMBERS 

SMC Charlie Doyal 

IMC .. Charles McEachern 

THC Otheniel Whitman 

SC . Howard Clark 



OFFICERS 



Boyce Albright 
Lewis Alford 
Jimmy Anderton 
Marshall Brittain 
Bob Burns 
Feagin Burns 
George Burson 
Howard Clark 
Pete Clark- 
Roy Davidson 
Charlie Doyal 
Johnny Epps 
Billy Favors 
Raymond Forsyth 
Timmy Goodlet 
Tabor Green 
Stuart Gullion 
Richard Hammitt 
Albert Harwell 
John Holland 



Bob Hollis 
Robert Knight 
Layne Lee 
Neil Lovett 
Charles McEachern 
John McTyiere 
Hugh Morris 
Neil Sheppard 
Robert Smith 
Hampton Smith 
John Tinklepaugh, Jr, 
Charles Tinney 
Palmer Turner 
Gerald Walker 
George Ward 
Billy' Ward 
Bill Watkins 
Otheniel Whitman 
Albert Williams 



Pi Kappa Alpha is proud of the fact that it can boast not only of quantity but quality . It has mem- 
bers in the Student Senate, on the Entre Nous Staff, in the Inter-fraternity Council, in the Inter- 
fraternity-sorority council, A Cappella Choir, and Trident. A Pi K. A. is president of the Baptist 
Student Union. 

Betty Miller, Alpha Delta Pi, was chosen as their Dream Girl. 

Among the socials not to be forgotten are the Pike's House Party at Mary Munger, hay-rides and 
picnics almost every week. The Pike's have originated what might become a tradition. _ Every 
Friday a 'Gardenia Girl' is elected and presented a Gardenia with ceremony to thrill any girl who 
might be elected for this honor- 

The outstanding social event of the year was the memorable banquet given by Pi K. A.'s at 
Howard. A. P. I., Birmingham-Southern and U. of A. 

Pi K. A.'s have that intangible something which you can not escape feeling in any good fraternity. 
And that's enough said about any fraternity. 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 




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Albright 


Clark 




Lee 




Turner 


Alford 


Doyal 




Lovett 


W'am MICK 


Anderson 


FORSYTHE 






McEachern 


Walker 


Burns 


GOODLET 






McTviere 


Ward 


Burns 


Hammond 




Morris 


Watkins 


BURSON 


Harrell 




Shepfard 


Whitman 


Casey 


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ARWELL 




Smith 


Williams 


Clark 




Knight 




Tinney 


Wood 
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PI KAPPA P H 




OFFICERS 

President ..Joe Stakxks 

Vice-President ___Grady Simpson 

Treasurer Ira Gunn, Jr. 

Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Phi ..-Joyce Griffin 

MEMBERS 

Hugh Cloughton Theo Massey 

John Gibson Ed Neeley 

George Hay James Pollard 

James Justus Grady Simpson 

Ira Gunn, Ir. Paul Starnes 
Billy Masters 



When the V-12 Unit left Howard it took along with it all the boys 
from Alpha Eta chapter. The old members who returned from the 
wars labored under serious handicaps to rebuild the chapter. As the 
old saying- goes 'You can't keep a good man down' so once again Pi 
Kappa Phi is rising to its place of recognition on the campus. And in 
the very near future, we're expecting great things from this fraternity. 



ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 




Claughton 
Gibson 
Haynes 



Justus 
Neely 
Pollard 



SIGMA N U 




OFFICERS 

Commander J. M. DEASON 

Lt. Commander Charles McDonald 

Recorder Morris Etheridge 

Secretary Lewis Murray 

Chaplain Neil Carter 

Sweetheart of Sigma Nu -Bettysu Bozeman 



MEMBERS 



Fancher Adams, Jr. 
Ernest Baker 
Benjamin Ball 
Preston Barclift 
Charles Baugh 
Bob Bell, III. 
Bill Blackerby 
Bert Bowling 
Neil Cartei- 
Clifford Cheatwood 
Elbert Craig 
Don Davis 
J. M. Deason 
James Dorroush 
Morris Ethridge 
Charles Gamble 
Gene Gwin 
John Hight 
Milford Jackson 
Henderson Johnson 



Fred Keller 
Frank Lively 
Charles McDonald 
John McDonald 
Lewis Murray 
Preston O'Berry 
James Orr 
Bill Peeples 
James Pratt 
L. T. Robertson 
Joe Rutland 
James Smith 
Ray Smith 
Ansel Sharp 
Waymond Sherrer 
Curt Wasson 
Loyd West 
Seymour Wilkes 
Lawrence Yalerlv 



Sigma Nu doesn't boast of having the most 'R. T. O.'s' on the campus 
nor of holding the highest scholastic and sports records. But the Sigma 
Nu's have something of which they are more proud than campus honors 
and that something is they're 'ordinary sorts of guys' who have caught 
the true spirit of Howard . . . and just knowing them makes you glad 
vou came here to school. 



To believe in the Life of Love, to walk in the Way of Honor, to serve 
in the Light of Truth— this is the LIFE, the WAY, and LIGHT of 
Sigma Nu. 



IOTA CHAPTER 




Bell 


McDonald 


Blackerby 


McDonald 


Carter 


Murray 


Deason 


Smith 


DOROUGH 


Watson 


Etheridge 





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COUNCIL 




The Inter fraternity-Sorority Council began its second year with repre- 
sentatives from the eight Greeks included in its membership. It holds 
regular meetings to develope cooperation of the Greeks together and 
with the faculty and student body. Jt sponsored its annual dance at 
the Thomas Jefferson Hotel in February. 

OFFICERS 

President Jane Jordan 

/ 'ice-President David Barksdale 

Secretary Jo Axx TemplEton 

MEMBERS 

Rai Carpenter Tommie Johnson Neil Sheppard 

Polly Covington Martha Purser Paul Starnes 

Gerry Arledge Jeanette Counts Bob Bell 

Charlie Duval 




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COUNCIL 




The Women's Pan Hellenic is composed of the President and one other 
member from each sorority on the campus. Officers rotate among the 
four sororities. It's primary functions are to unite the sororities in 
regulation of rush rules and to set up standards of conduct for sorority 
girls and regulations regarding their lodges. Mrs. i. R. Obenchain, 
Dean of Women, is faculty advisor and works energetically and cooper- 
atively with the council. 

OFFICERS 

!' resident Martha Purser 

Vice-President— __Jo Ann Tf.mpleton 

Secretary Dorothy Saylor 

Treasurer _Rai Carpenter 

MEMBERS 

Tommie [ohnson Sarah Garrett Mildred Arledge 

Jane Jordan 




BEAUTIES 




FIRST JUDGES 



Lt. R. E. Bond, Miss Alabama Edwards, Mrs. Frank Samford, Miss 
Lily Mae Caldwell, and Lt. Charles Schade. ( 

The above judges chose from several entrants the ten girls whose pic- 
tures appear in the 1946 Entre Nous. The judging took place at the 
Alabama Theatre with Phil Olinger, V-12. as master of ceremonies. 



SELECTOR J BEAUTIES 




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SNAPSHOTS 



SNAPSHOTS.... 

Back in the saddle again . . . Gruesome twosome . . . Front view, rear trouble . 
It wasn't the Army . . . But she's not a bundle for Britain . . . Inflation pasttime . 
Sooooo Tired . . . Nature lovers . . . Friendship ceases . . . Spectators ??? . 
Little ole Scofield . . . That's one way to get 'em . . . Pass the Ammunition. 




SNAPSHOTS.... 



Eager ! . . . Waiting for the long yellow car . . . My ! How Renfore's changed . . . 
Personality, plus, plus . . . Beta Sigs . . . Momentary man shortage . . . King 
Peter . . . Roomies . . . Service . . . Joe College . . . Our boy, Cecil . . . The three 
musketeers . . . Ready for the rebound . . . Phi Mu lineup . . . Well, what do you 
think? 




SNAPSHOTS.... 



What? No classroom? . . . Nice view . . . Between classes .. 
Double Date . . . Brother, no doubt . . . And .Minus Women! . 
Sweet Sue . . . Mrs. Counts' little girl Helen . . . You name it . . 
Pi house . . . Inflationites ... 3 sharps and a flat . 



. At Ruhama . . . 
. . A. D. Pi's . . . 
. 10:30 ... A. D. 




SNAPSHOTS.... 



Collier's bashful? ... At it again . . . Buddies . . . Barksdale in person . . . Strictly 
o. k. . . . Just posing . . . Snakes . . . Cooperation . . . Orr . . . Jane and Rai 
Here we are again . . . Puppy love . . . Most anytime. 




SNAPSHOTS... 



The Cuban Bombshell . . . Lambda Chi Interests . . . Re-Bob . . . Not here! 
Twins . . . Secrets . . . Ummmmm . . . Gentleman? . . . The Couple. 





SPORTS... 



FOOTBALL Jit HOWARD 



I toward College's 1945 Bulldogs — 36 sailors and three civilians — liter- 
ally hit the road from start to finish of their abbreviated season, play- 
ing a schedule of five games, losing as many, he fore calling it quits the 
last week in October at which time the U. S. Navy's good ship 1 toward 
was decommissioned. 

Referred to by the loeal press as "Howard's orphan Bulldogs", the team 
boasted two fair ends in J. W. Danehower, of Gadsden, and Attaboy 
Billy Gamble, of Bessemer, pins an aggressive center in Don Davis, of 
Johnstown, Pa., but those misters-in-between — the guards and tackles — 
boasted neither flesh or spirit to carry the fight against opponents. 

The backfield posts was little better manned than the line, except for the 
tailback spot, handled capably by team captain Carroll Blackerby, who 
proved himself some shakes as a runner, passer and kicker. Blackerby, 
who calls Bessemer home, did most of the ball-totin' and passing, what 
with there being no capable understudy for him. John O'Nan, one of 
the team's shorties, played the blocking-back post as well as a little man 




194 5 




could, and drew support from Charlie Cargall, of Gadsden, at wing- 
back, and Bob Patton, Miami, Fla., at full. 

Vernon Bullock, of Tylertown, Miss., and Wayne Shear, of Daytona 
Beach, Fla., played a lot of tackle for the Bulldogs and were given ready 
support by Lamar Therrell and Ned Carracker. Jack Crouch, of Co- 
lumbus, Miss., the team's most handsome, and Bentley Owen, of Bir- 
mingham, usually were the starting guards, drawing support from Fred 
Ulbright, of Mobile, the shorty of the team, and Dick White, of Lex- 
ington, Va. 

It was a tough situation from start to finish for Coach Bub Walker, 
who faced the season in September with only one letterman — End 
Billy Gamble, a civilian — and only a handful of players who had had 
much experience. Oldest man on the team was E. E. Sears, of Kings 
Mountain, Ky., who was 22. Nine members of the team were 18, IT 
were 19, five were 20 and seven were 21. 





MORE FOOTBALL 



The team had hap-hazard backing' from the student body. About 150 
Bulldog followers seeing them play in Montgomery, a bus load watching 
against Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, in Ruston, La., two bus loads 
seeing them against Ge< >rgia Tech in Atlanta and only a couple of hands- 
ful watching the team against the University of Chattanooga Mocca- 
sins and Kentucky's Murray State Teachers. At least the Bulldogs 
were consistent in losing. Every game was decided by at least four 
touchdowns in favor of the opposition. 

The Navy was no howling success athletically at Howard as these fig- 
ures will show: Football — two wins, 12 losses; softball — no wins, six 
losses; tennis — three wins, two losses; basketball — 15 wins, six losses; 
track — seven points in Southeastern A. A. U. track and field meet at 
Auburn in 1944. 

Billie Cooper and David Barksdale returned to the cheering squad to 
give that outfit one more letterman than the football team boasted. 
Joining Billie and David in whooping things up were Mary Frances 
Higginbotham, Dot McLeod, Carolyn McKibbon, Wendy Pringie, Les 
Mel. cod. and Jitter McCoy. 



ZL PLAYERS 



Outstanding sports personality on the campus in 1945-46 
was Billy Herbert Gamble, who hails from South of 
Bessemer, and is an English major. The football team's 
only returning letterman, Billy started most of the games 
at end and played some fullback. In the lull between foot- 
ball and basketball season, he organized the intramural 
basketball league, playing for the Preachers before leav- 
ing that team to join the varsity. On the varsity which 
he coached he was a starting forward and one of the 
team's most aggressive players. From the time of Bub 
Walker's resignation in November until March, 1946. 
Billy was acting athletic director at Howard. 



Twenty-four players received letters. They were: Carroll Blackerby, 
J. W. Danehower, Bob Patton, Dick White, Jack Crouch, Wayne 
Shear, Lamar Therrell, Ed Barrett, Frank Harrison, Paul Godwin, 
Lex Templeton, Charles Bidgood, Don Davis, Bentley Owen, Fred 
Ulbricht, Vernon Bullock, Bedford Prescott, Billy Gamble, New Car- 
ricker, and Charles Cargal. The team had a budding fullback prospect 
in Ray Kennamer, but he was put out of action in the Bulldogs' first 
game, the chunky runner hurting his back against Auburn. 






CAGE 



The Phi Mns, long famous for their strangle hold on things athletic in the girls' 
realm at 1 [oward, were forced to take a back seat in 194"), as Renfroe Hall and 
Beta Sigma Omicron crashed through to win the basketball and volleyball cham- 
pionships, respectively. 

In each event, the Town Girls finished second. B. S. O. tagged the Town Girls, 
39-34, in the finals of the volleyball tournament to its title, while Renfroe went 
through the season unbeaten, tied once, to annex the cage championship. 

Members of the winning volleyball team were: Annie E. Hermann, Nell Rae 
Sample, Sue Smith, Alberta Williams, Jean Crook, Jerry Arledge and Tinker 
Jones. Defending champion was Phi Mu. 

Members of the winning basketball team from Renfroe were Betty Reeves, 
June Stewart, Linda Lee, Margie Godwin, Ruby Reeves, Nelda Ruff in, Carol 
Pickens, Myra Barnett and Miriam Cockrell. 

Only team which successfully held Renfroe in tow was Phi Mu, which held on 
for a 22-22 tie with the champions. Phi Mu had a chance to win it when one of 
its forwards was presented a gift shot just before the game ended. The for- 
ward put the shot through and seemingly Phi Mu had a victory; but, no, she 



stepped over the line in making her shot. 



TINKER BROWN 
GERRY ARLEDGE 
IANE RUSSELL 
SUE SMITH 
ANNIE E. HERMANN 
ALBERTA WILLIAMS 




TEAMS 



MARION McLENDON 
TO COCHRAN 
CAROLYN DENNY 
POLLY COCHRAN 
MARTHA NOLEN 
MARTHA L. YOUNG 



EDITH VAN KEUREN 
VIRGINIA LOWERY 
.MARGIE S. BARCLIFT 
PAT PARKER 
BETTY MILLER 



TOMMIE REINHARDT 
PEGGIE TOOMIE 
LIB ALVERSON 
HELEN COUNTS 
JOYCE BAKER 
MARGARET ROBERTSON 
DOT CLARK 
TERRY COLE 





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NTRAMURAL 



Outstanding players in the league included: Howard Denny, Lin Davis and 
Kenneth Brown, of the Veterans; Hudson Baggett and Curtis Bean, of the 'Y'; 
W. I). Peeples and David Barksdale, of the Lambda Chis; Frank Edmundson 
and ('.raxes, of Pi Kappa Phi; Jimmy Goodlett and Charles McEachern, of 
the Pi Kappa Alphas; and 1 [ugh Chambliss and Henry Nettles, of the Preachers. 




PREACHERS' TEAM- 
HUGH CHAMBLISS 
BILLY GAMBLE 
FRANK RAINS 
DUB EDWARDS 
DON HILL 
CALVIN FORRESTER 



I'l K. A. TEAM- 
GE< >RGE BURS* >N 
|( )HN McTYRE 
NEIL SHEPHARD 
CHARLES McKACHERN 
IIAIMY ANDERTON 
CHARLES TINNEY 
CHARLES DOYAL 
|OHN POSEY 



TEAMS 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA TEAM- 
DEWITT FLETCHER 
EMERY LOWERY 
HAROLD COFFEE 
JIMMY WOODS 
W. D. PEEPLES 



•V TEAM- 
FRANK KDMONDSON 
BUDDY BEST 
TED SEALS 

JERRY MONROE 

RONALD WEATHERS 
LOYD MOON 
CURTIS BEAN 



Those 
SENSATION- (al?) 
BOYS 





VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Howard's Bulldog basketeers roamed on the informal 
basis again last season and didn't do so bad for them- 
selves, winning 10 and losing six in a season sprinkled 
with upets pro and con to the Bulldogs. 

Led by Attaboy Billy Gamble, the team finished third 
in the Birmingham Park Board-sponsored City League, 
completing league play with five wins and two losses. 
( )nly league defeats suffered were to tbe Y. M. T f. A. 
Bluejackets and the Stockham Whites, both which fin- 
ished ahead of Howard. 

The team proved it could win playing either ultra-con- 
servatively or going great guns, a la fast break. 

Probably the most important win of the season for the 
Bulldogs was over the state Y. M. C. A. champion 

Stockham Pipers, 38-34 after an earlier loss to that 
team. 49-39. 



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32- 
39- 
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53- 
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Opp. 

-Northington .. 3 "2 

-Northington _ 1 1 

-Stockham Xo. 1... . 49 

-Stockham No. 2... . 31 

-Deaf Club _ 35 

-Beverly Cafe... . 18 

-Beverly Cafe ... . 21 

Acipco . 31 

-Y. M. H. A.... . 46 

-Central Lark . 37 

-Central Park. _ 25 

Willow Wood _ . "24 

-Willow Wood... 60 

Stockham No. 1... . 34 

-Oneonta All-Stars.... 40 

-Oneonta All-Stars.... .. 38 



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PLAYERS 



Billy Gamble and Frank Rains, forwards; Emery Lowery, center; Mickey Merk 
and Frank Wadsworth, guards ; was the usual starting lineup for the Bulldogs, who 
listed Bill (Chimpmunk) Patton, David Czachurski, Jack Reid, Joe Daugherty and 
Karl Crowley as reserves. 

Lowry was the sole survivor of the 1944 team, being joined in the starting lineup 
by Wadsworth ex of Auburn and discharged from service; Gamble and Rains, from 
the Preachers' team ; and Merk, from the Veterans' team. Patton the team's No. 
one reserve with Howard College's 1943 city league champions. Other players of 
the team had some high school experience. 

VETERAN'S TEAM 

They laughed when the Veterans flopped to the floor. Occasion : first intramural 
basketball game of the season, in which the Veterans found themselves practically 
exhausted after less than a quarter of play. ''That team won't finish the season," 
came a comment from the sidelines. But that team did finish the season, and it 
settled for nothing less than the intramural championship ! 

The Veterans' Denny, captain of the team, was the tournament's leading scorer 
with 4? points, and was followed by Hudson Baggett, of the 'Y', who had 38. 



The Champs 



Front row 

BROWN- 
DAVIS 
GIBSON 
HALL 



Back row: 

SLOAN- 
KELLER 
DENNY 





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HIGHLIGHT 




M U ALPHA C H 



One of the newest organizations on the campus is Mu Alpha Chi, 
composed of campus musicians. It began its year of concerts and 
chapel programs with a concert given by Hank Beebe, Navy trainee, 
which all of us who were there shall long remember. Because we con- 
sider Mu Alpha Chi to be one of the best new organizations on tile 
campus We gaVe it 1st place in our Highlights section. 

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:'That long, long line in front of Causey Gymnasium signifies one thing only . . 
registration. But, too, it's the place we first spot new students and wonder ''who' 
they are and what they are going to do. 




The open house held for veteran's at Renfroe Hall was one of the first social events 
of the year. Many of us were caught giving "oohs and aahs" over the new men at 
Howard . . . and we haven't heen one bit disappointed. 




J^riah 



The Delta Zetas are 
known For h a v i n g 
good parties and this 
year has been no ex- 
ception. 



Three Phi Mu's who 
took an active part in 
organizing a Phi Mil 
chapter at Auburn. 



( )ne of the best plays 
we have had was given 
this year. New talent 
was discovered and 
put to work. 



cJ^lakts 



Bet Doc S a r k i s s 

couldn't dream up a 
better harem than he 
had at the freshman 
party. 



[oe McDow made his 
debut with a bunch o 
gals who did the same, 
lust a part of the en- 
tertainment furnishe 
at the party. 



"Urn" . . . what a nice 
way to be busy. And 
busy is the way the 
freshmen kept every- 
one. They are the 
same group who ini- 
tiated the Freshman 
Orientation Program 
with Dr. John Jones 
as leader. 





./4lak 



The "Sweetheart Ban- 
quet" came next on 
the social calendar 
with a report of 
"Good time had by 
all". 



Lyda Wilson and 
Loyd Moon who have 
both been active in B. 
S. U. and Mission 
work enjoyed the ban- 
quet. 



Mrs. Martinson took 
a gang of students to 
Montgomery for the 
Baptist Convention . . 
some to sing, others to 
talk, and some to just 
listen. 



cJLlants 



f 



Before October 25th 
this is just any Sun- 
day afternoon at 
Smith Hall. Since this 
picture was made 
Smith Hall has been 
sold. 




And how our hearts 
ached when we left old 
Duration for Renfroe. 
To get in the spirit 
most of us donned 
navy garb, somebody 
forgot? and took over 
the old ship from mess 
hall to roof. 




HIGHLIGHTS 



• • 




The Beauty Parade 
held at the Alabama 
Theatre with a ban- 
quet preceeding it. is 
one of t h e annual 
events which brings 
out a large student 
audience. 



The lovely ladies on 
the right are a symbol 
of the beauty to be 
found a m o n g the 
w o m e n students at 
H o w a r d . Not. only 
beauty, hut brains . . 
each of these girls 
holds some important 
position on the cam- 
pus. 




Vice President, David Barksdale, Miss Martha Lou Young 
President, Miss Jordan, and J. M. Deason 

NTERFRAT-SOROR 
LEADOUT 



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Charlie Doyal, President 
of Pi Kappa Alpha and 
Dream Girl, BETTY M [LLER. 




GIRLS 



Paul StarnEs, President 
Pi Kappa Phi listens to 
Dream Girl Toyce GriEFIn. 



President Bob Bell of 
Sigma Nu with Bettysu 
Bozeman, Sweetheart. 



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For 60 Years 
the South's 
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Haverty Furniture 
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Birmingham 



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"THE CALL TO PREACH 
IS A CALL TO PREPARE" 

The Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary, rich in tradition and experi- 
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and evangelism, is expanding in faculty 
and in buildings to meet the needs of the 
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study. 

The strategic location of the Semi- 
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in churches as pastors and special 
workers. 

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THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST 
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FRANK P. SAMFORD, President 

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