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HOWARD COLLEGE 



BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



Copywright 
1947 

SEYMOUR WILKES, Editor 
ED. LOVELL, Business Manager 



DEDICATED TO 



To few men is given the ability to make others see whatever good- 
ness that exists in the hearts of men. These are the men to whom we 
look with hope for the future, and pray we will never forget their Chris- 
tian example. These are the men to whom we look for teachers. 

Seldom is one privileged to meet a man who so nearly meets the 
qualifications of a teacher, whose personality is so completely free of 
selfishness, and whose life is as completely as humanly possible dedicated 
to making history alive, interesting, and helpful to students. It is with 
these thoughts in mind we dedicate this volume to Dr. William Pratt 
Dale II, a teacher, whose cheerful smile and sympathetic manner have 
won him a place in the heart of all who know him. 



William Pratt Dale II 



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CONTENTS 



LIFE 1 

ADMINISTRATION ... .... 15 

CLASSES .33 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 75 

GREEKS 83 

BEAUTIES 105 

SPORTS .. 115 

HIGHLIGHTS 13 5 

SNAPSHOTS 143 

ORGANIZATIONS 155 

PATRONS 179 






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ADMINISTRATION 





MAJOR DAVIS 



As a ship would be lost without her captain, so Howard would be without its ef- 
ficient and capable president, Major Harwell G. Davis. 

Affectionately known as "the Major," he has safely guided Howard through the 
war years and has steered her skillfully in the reconversion to peace time education. 

He has endeared himself to students not only because of his business ability but 
also because of his friendly attitude toward the students. Always ready with a helping 
hand or a friendly word of encouragement he can be counted upon as a real friend and 
advisor. 

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

Because of his friendly cooperation to every individual associated with Howard, we 
feel we can go to him for advice and be perfectly welcome. It is in this attitude of 
friendliness and helpfulness that we find the true spirit of Howard. 



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MAIN BUILDING 



LIBRARY 




RUHAMA BAPTIST CHURCH 





GYMNASIUM 



SCIENCE HALL 








DEAN BURNS 



In years when our college life is over, one person will remain indelibly stamped 
upon the tablet of our memory. Probably the best loved person at Howard, Dean Burns 
typifies Howard College through his sympathetic understanding and keen insight into 
perplexing problems. 

His office, always a busy place, is open for anyone who should need advice either 
of an academic or personal nature. 

A scholar in every sense of the word, he is constantly working to advance and im- 
prove Howard as a center of knowledge. His deep and reverent love for our Alma 
Mater inspires each of us. His ability to keep things running smoothly in spite of 
crowded conditions has impressed us all, more than once proving that he is efficient, 
thoughtful and just. 

We are grateful to him for many kindnesses; we are deeply indebted to him for 
the privilege of associating with him throughout our college life. 



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DEAN OBENCHAIN 



DEAN DALE 



To become a charming, gracious, intelligent 
person might be the dream of any college girl. 
At Howard we are fortunate in having our ideal 
personified in our Dean of Women, Mrs. I. R. 
Obenchain. Many have found her warm person- 
ality helpful in solving difficult problems, acade- 
mic and otherwise. 

Although Dean of Women, Mrs. Obenchain acts 
as a friend and counselor to the men also, being 
popular with all persons on the campus. 

Never too busy to discuss matters with "her 
girls," she also acts as faculty advisor for the 
Women's Pan-Hellenic Council in which she takes 
a lively interest. 

Not only outstanding on the campus Dean 
"Obie" is prominent in civic and educational cir- 
cles. 

Her frank, open-minded, sympathetic, and un- 
derstanding nature all add up to make our dream 
come true. Her enthusiastic interest deeply in- 
spires us and makes each of us a better person for 
sharing her friendship. 



A friendly smile, a cheery greeting, or word of 
encouragement may well typify Howard's Dean 
of Men, William Dale. Under his guidance many 
problems and tangles are skillfully smoothed out. 
As advisor, confidant and friend Dean Dale is of 
the highest quality. Famous on the campus for 
his wit as well as for his understanding, he always 
welcomes problems brought to him by the stu- 
dents. 

Someone has said that no student should be 
graduated until he has taken a course from Dean 
Dale. If that person will take notice at any regis- 
tration, he will see that students will never be 
compelled to attend Dean Dale's classes. The object 
is to try to get in his classes, always packed and 
known for their spirited discussions. 

As a link between students and administration 
he is invaluable because of his sincere friendliness 
and interest in every individual who seeks his ad- 
vice or guidance. 



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RENFROE HALL 




POST OFFICE 



SORORITY ROW 





ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 



STUDENT ACTIVITY BUILDING 



CO-OP AND BOOKSTORE 





LENT S. BREWSTER 



MRS. KIRKLAND 



As assistant to the President, Lent S. Brewster 
is invaluable to Howard College. He is perhaps 
one of the busiest people on the campus in his 
efforts to successfully keep the college on a sound 
financial basis. 

Though known to the students as "Mr. Money- 
bags," he has done a remarkable job in steering 
the school in all matters of finances as a result of 
his keen foresightedness. 

Cooperative, understanding and friendly he is 
always willing to answer any questions or help 
solve any problems brought to him by the stu- 
dents. It is to his splendid work and his out- 
standing ability we pay homage and our admira- 
tions of his success is boundless. 



Of all the persons in the Administration, Mrs. 
Helen Sharbutt Kirkland is the one we see first, 
last, and most often. Although Mrs. Kirkland 
pretends to like "scaring the wits out of" her 
freshmen and giving her problem children a "bad 
time", we know she's only bluffing. We who 
have sought her aid have found her to be most 
understanding and sympathetic. With all the 
"streamlined schedules" mix-ups — such as none 
other than a Howard student could get himself 
into — Mrs. Kirkland, with her gift of genius, 
somehow finds time to set every one of us aright 
and at the same time keep the Registrar's office 
and force running smoothly and efficiently. 

So, as we hand out "orchids" to a lady who 
handles a man-sized job, and does it well, our 
hearts chime in with our ever grateful chorus — 
"We'd have been lost without y r ou". 



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AND SOMETHING NEW 




MEN'S 
DORMITORIES 




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ANNEX 




HAS BEEN ADDED 




HOWARDS HAMMOND 



CAFETERIA 



VETERANS APARTMENTS 




THE FACULTY 



First Row — 

Hul-Cee M. Acton, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages. 



Second Row — 

Mrs. B. C. Allen, Secretary in Office of Promotion. 

Henlee H. Barnett, A.B., Th.M., Assistant Professor of Sociology. 

Gene Bee, Dietitian and Manager of the Cafeteria. 

Perry M. Broom, M.Ed., D.Ed., Associate Professor of Education. 

Third Row — 

Jean Buchanan, A.B., Assistant Registrar. 

Margaret Burdeshaw, A.B., Assistant, Treasurer's office. 

Maurice R. Carlson, A.M., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

Mary Elizabeth Clapper, A.B., Assistant, Periodicals Department. 




IAT HOWARD 



First Ran/ — 

Mrs. Margaret L. Counts, Manager of the Bookstore. 

Second Rote — 

Mrs. J. Melbourne Crook, Assistant to the Registrar. 

Mrs. Albert C. Crowley, Assistant, Treasurer's office. 

Vernon G. Davidson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Religion and Greek 

Catherine K. Decker, M.A., Assistant Professor of History. 

Third Row — 

Samuel J. Ezell, B.S., Th.M., Th.D., Director of Promotion. 

George P. Faust, A.B., Ph.D., Professor of English. 

John A. Fincher, M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Biology. 

Mary Elizabeth Forman, A.M., Assistant Professor of Psychology. 









THE FACULTY 



First Row — 

Mrs. Nellie F. Franklin, B.S., Instructor in Chemistry. 



Second Row — 

Thomas C. Franklin, B.S., Instructor in Chemistry. 
James H. Goodlet, B.S., Manager of Veterans' Housing. 
Mrs. Freda K. Gravlee, B.S., Instructor in Mathematics. 
George W. Hess, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. 

Third Row — 

Mrs. William A. Hjll, A.M., Assistant Professor of English. 
William A. Hill, A.M., Assistant Professor of Geography. 
Mrs. Wynelle D. Jacks, B.S., Assistant Professor of Economics. 
John Hall Jones, M.R.Ed., Ed.D., Professor of Psychology. 




AT HOWARD 



First Row — 

Helen Sharbutt Kirkland, A.B., Registrar. 



Second Row — 

Donald C. Lance, A.B., Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Training. 

Charlotte F. Lankford, A.M., Instructor in English. 

Thomas W. Lelievre, B.S., Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Ad- 
ministration. 

Norman V. Lovegren, B.S., Instructor in Chemistry. 

Third Row — 

Kathleen S. Martinson, B.S. in Musical Education, Director of Glee Clubs, In- 
structor in Voice. 

Louise McGinty, A.B., Assistant Hostess, Women's Dormitories. 

Mary E. McGriff, A.M., Instructor in History. 

Edna Jo Medlin, A.B., Instructor in Mathematics. 




THE FACULTY 



First Row — 

Mrs. Ernest J. Mickler, A.B., Assistant Registrar. 



Second Row — 

John A. Moore, A.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English. 

Jane Murphy, B.S., Instructor in Mathemtaics. 

Mozelle Parker, A.B., Assistant Registrar. 

Mildred C. Pittman, Assistant, Treasurer's office. 

Third Rou — 

Martha Huggins Pugh, A.B., Instructor in English. 

Mary Beth Quick, A.B., A.B. in L.S., Cataloguer and Assistant Librarian. 

Ray F. Robbins, A.B., Th.D., Associate Professor of Bible and Religion. 

Raymond C. Smith, A.B., Instructor in Biology. 




AT HOWARD 



First Rou; — 

Antoinette Sparks, A.M., Associate Professor of Speech. 

Bobbie Stubbs, Assistant, Treasurer's office. 

Margaret Thomas, A.B., A.B. in L.S., Cataloguer and Assistant Librarian. 

William M. Vines, B.S., D.D., Assistant Professor of Bible. 

Second Row — 

William K. Weaver, Jr., A.B., Th.M., Director, Religious Activities of Students. 

Micheal White, Head Bookkeeper. 

Mrs. Clifford Wilder, A.B., Assistant Professor of Art. 

Mabel Willoughby, A.B., M.S. in L.S., Director of the Library. 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

JOSEPH AVERY. Greenville 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 

JOSEPH LINYER BEDSOLE... .Mobile 

Divisional Vice-President, McKesson & Robbins, Inc. 

CHARLES RENFROE BELL Anniston 

President, Commercial National Bank 

WILLIAM ANDREW BERRY Birmingham 

State Manager, The Life Insurance Co. of Virginia 

VIRGIL BOULDIN.. - Montgomery 

Former Justice, Supreme Court of Alabama 

JOHN HALL BUCHANAN... Birmingham 

Pastor, Southside Baptist Church 

PEYTON ALFRED EUBANK ...Ensley 

President, Peyton A. Eubank Real Estate & Insurance Co., Inc. 
MRS. J. E. FRANKS ... ...Columbiana 

VIRGIL M. GARDNER Oxford 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 

JOHN WILL GAY Scottsboro 

Banker 

EDWIN WHITE HAGOOD ... Columbiana 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 

JOSEPH DAVIS HEACOCK ... Birmingham 

Physician 

JAMES CLARENCE INZER ...Gadsden 

Attorney 

J. THEODORE JACKSON ... Dothan 

Attorney 

HENRY J. KITTRELL Mobile 

President, Kittrell-Milling 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. PTTTMAN Birmingham 

President, J. D. Pittman Company 

MEMORY L. ROBINSON Birmingham 

Attorney 
TOM D. RUSSELL... Alexander City 

President, The Russell Manufacturing Company 

FRANK PARK SAMFORD.... r ... ...Birmingham 

President, Liberty National Life Insurance Co. 

LEWE H. SESSIONS.. ..Enterprise 

President, Sessions Company, Inc., Manufacturers 

JAMES T. UPCHURCH Montgomery 

Secretary-Treasurer, Interstate Oil Company 

ROBERT S. WARD Hartford 

Attorney 



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THE CLASS 



THE SENIOR CLASS 

James Wood President 

Betty Griffith ....Vice-President 

Madeline Vernon Secretary 

Warrene Wingard Treasurer 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 

James Wade President 

Jane Russell Vice-President 

Juanita Arnold Secretary 

Pauline Gravlee Treasurer 



JAMES WADE 



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OFFICERS... 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 

James Merk President 

Martha Lou Young _ Vice-President 

Joe McDow Secretary 

Marjorie Sue Barclift Treasurer 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS 

James Farmer President 

Joe Bancroft Vice-President 

Mary Evelyn Teel Secretary 

James Watson Treasurer 



JAMES MERK 




JAMES FARMER 



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THE SENIORS 



First Ron — 

Allan, Richard E. — Mathematics — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Arnold, Juanita — English — Hypatia — Y.W.A. 
— B.S.U. — Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges — Attalla, 
Ala. 

Baggett, Hudson — Religion — A. P.O. — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Bailey, Olive — Economics — Beta Sigma Omicron 
— Pi Gamma Mu — Wesley Foundation — Tar- 
rant, Ala. 



Barksdale, David — Pharmacy — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Pres. & Pledge Trainer — A.P.O., Head 
Cheerleader — Masquers — Tile & Mortar — Inter- 
Fraternity and Sorority Council — Vice-Presi- 
dent — Editor Student Directory — Asst. Editor 
Bullpup — Pres. Freshman Class — Senator, Jun- 
ior and Senior classes. 

Bates, Roy Lane — Mathematics — H.-Club — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Third Row — 

Black William H. — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Dublin, Georgia 

Bowen, Gurley Ray — Ministry — A Cappella 
Choir — Horton, Ala. 

Brittain, George Marshall — Economics — Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Treas. — Mu Alpha Nu, Vice-Pres. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



FRANK DONALDSON 




Fourth Row — 

Brown, Albert Eugene — Pharmacy — Sigma Pi 
— Chi Alpha Sigma — Tile & Mortar Club, Pres. 
— Student Member of American Pharmaceutical 
Association — Manchester, Georgia. 

Brown, Winfred — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Alpha 
■ — Pres. & Vice-Pres. — H. Club — Inter-Fraterni- 
ty Council — Tile & Mortar Council — Ariton, 

Ala. 

Burns, Mary — Biology — Alpha Chi Omega — Al- 
pha Epsilon Delta, Honorary Pre-Med Fraterni- 
ty — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Cannon, John Robert — Economics — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Carmack, Frances — Business Administration — 
Phi Mu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Churchwell, Geraldine Cole — Dietetics — 
Dietetics Club— Sec. & Treas.— Y.W.C.A.— 
Glee Club — Birmingham, Ala. 



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Allan 
Arnold 
Baggett 



Bailey 

Barksdale 
Bates 



Black 

BOWEN 

Brittain 



Brown 
Brown 
Burns 



Cannon 
Carmack 

Churchwell 




THE SENIORS 



First Row — 

Clark Howard G. — Chemistry — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Trident — Chi Alpha Sigma — Micelle of 
Kalculus Kolloid Klub— A.P.O.— Senate— Stu- 
dent Who's Who — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cosby, Raymond E. — Religion — Y.M.C.A. — 
B.S.U. — Ministerial Association — Mission Band 
Gadsden, Ala. 

Counts, Helene — English — Phi Mu — Treas. — 
Mu Alpha Chi — Pan Hellenic Council — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Covington, Polly — Biology — Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron, 2nd Vice-Pres. — Choir — Inter-Fraternity 
— Sorority Council — A.E.D. Treas. — Mu Alpha 
Chi — Pres. Dormitory Council — Sec. Y.W.A. — 
Greater B.S.U. Council— Vice-Pres. A.A.U.W. 
— Vice-Pres. Tau Sigma — Inter-Fraternity & 
Sorority Council, Pres. — Student's Who's Who 
— Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Czachurski, David Louis — Religion — Lambda 
Chi Alpha— B.S.U.— Y.M.C.A.— Senator, Sr. 
Class — Lafayette, Ala. 

Third Row — 



Second Row — 

Countryman, James Edward — Economics — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 



CHARLES MARTIN 




Davis, Q. P. — Religion — Ministerial Association — 
Samson, Ala. 

DeLay, Joyce Jeanele — Tile & Mortar — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Denham, Al — Physical Education — H-Club — 
Alexander City, Ala. 



Fourth Roiv — 

Donaldson, Frank — Economics — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Alpha Upsilon Omega — Mu Alpha Nu 
— Pres. Student Body — Masquers — Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities & 
Colleges — Birmingham, Ala. 

Drye, Laura — Pharmacy — Tile & Mortar — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Ellis, Minnie Lou — Social Science — Pi Gamma 
Mu — Attalla, Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

Farr, Nina Fay — English — Beta Sigma Omicron 
Glee Club — Mu Alpha Chi — Hypatia — Student 
Senate— Y.W.C.A.— Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities & Colleges. 

Gammill, John E. — Pharmacy — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Vice-Pres. Tile & Mortar — Kappa Psi — 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Glenn, Erskine C- 
pa — Pi Gamma Mu- 



-History — Kappa Pi Kap- 
-Lecds, Ala. 



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Clark 



Cosby 



Counts 



Countryman 
Covington 
Czachurski 



Davis 
DeLay 



Denham 



Donaldson 
Drye 
Ellis 



Farr 

Gammill 
Glenn 




THE SENIORS 



First Row — 

Green, Annie Lou — Dietetics — Tarrant, Ala. 

Griffin, Bettie Mae — Dietetics — Delta Zeta — 
Dietetics Club — Sec, Pres. W.A.A. — Crimson 
Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 

Hall Cosby W. — English — Ministerial Associa- 
tion — A Cappella Choir — Mission Band — Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Harper, Veloreese Andrew — English — Pi 
Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres., Sec. — Vestas, Sec, Re- 
porter — Mission Band — Decatur, Ala. 



Hasselle, William — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Birmingham, Ala. 

Hayes, Juanita — Pharmacy — Delta Zeta — Tile 
& Mortar — Dormitory Council — Who's Who 
in American Universities & Colleges — Hypatia, 
Treas. — Selma, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Hazlegrove, Leven S. — Chemistry — A.P.O. — 
Intra-Mural Sports — Birmingham, Ala. 

Hill, Donn E. — English — Kappa Phi Kappa — 
Y.M.C.A. — Ministerial Association — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Hogan, Roscoe — English — Sigma Nu — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



POLLY COVINGTON 




Fourth Row — 

Huguley, Arthur N. — History — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Hunt, Betty Jane — Economics — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Pi Gamma Mu — Tarrant, Ala. 

Hurt, Iva Nelle — English — Mu Alpha Chi — 
B.S.U.— Y.W.A.— Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities & Colleges — Bridge- 
port, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Isaacks, Walter J. — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Johnson, Ibbie Nell — French — W.A.A. — Y. 
W.A. — Mission Band — Y.W.C.A. — Florala, 
Ala. 

Judy, Helen Elizabeth — English — B.S.U. 
Council — Y.W.C.A. — Birmingham, Ala. 



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Green 
Griffin 
Hall 



Harper 
Hasselle 
Hayes 



Hazlegrove 
Hill 
Hogan 



HUGULEY 

Hunt 
Hurt 



ISAACKS 

Johnson 
Judy 




THE SENIORS 



first Row — 

Killion, Wayne W. — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Lawrence, Ferrell — History — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Past-President Lambda Chi Alpha — Leeds, 
Ala. 

Lee, Barbara McCool — Dietetics — Mu Alpha 
Nu Secretary — Birmingham, Ala. 



Second Row — 

Lee, Linda W. — Dietetics — Dietetics Club — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Lowry, Virginia — Business Administration — Al- 
pha Delta Pi— Pi Gamma Mu, P.A.C.— Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



McDonald, Charles E. — Business Administra- 
tion — Sigma Nu — Treasurer Inter-Fraternity 
Council, Lt. Commander Sigma Nu — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Third Roiv — 

Mickler, J. Ernest — History, Religion — Alpha 
Phi Omega — Ministerial Association — Masquers 
— College Postmaster — Florala, Ala. 

Mitchell, Gerry — English — Hypatia — B.S.U. 
Council — Y.W.A. — Marshall — Mission Band 
—Student Who's Who— Mobile, Ala. 

Moore, Garland V. — Economics — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Pi Gamma Mu — Birmingham, Ala. 



DAVID BARKSDALE 




Fourth Row — 

Nettles, Henry G., Jr. — Psychology — Ministe- 
rial Association — Mission Band President — Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

Oak, Earl H., Jr. — Economics — Sigma Nu — 
Wichita, Kansas. 

Oak, Marie Lipscombe — Economics — Alpha Del- 
ta Pi — Sweetheart Sigma Nu — Y.W.A. — Beauty 
Parade — Tile and Mortar Club — Scottsboro, 
Ala. 



Fifth Row— 

Parker, T. G. — Pharmacy — Lambda Chi Alpha — 
Tile and Mortar — Leeds, Ala. 

Patterson, Albert E. — English — Mu Alpha Nu, 
Y.M.C.A. — Birmingham, Ala. 

Patterson, Norma Lou — English — Library 
Staff — B.S.U. Council — Secretary Junior A. A. 
U.W. — Birmingham, Ala. 



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KlLLION 

Lawrence 
Lee 



Lee 
Lowry 

McDonald 



Mickler 
Mitchell 
Moore 



Nettles 
Oak 
Oak 



Parker 
Patterson 
Patterson 




THE SENIORS 



First Row — 

Pevear, J. S. — History — Birmingham, Ala. 

Poe, William Allan — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Mission Band — Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Poole, Harris — English — Ministerial Association, 
Who's Who Among Students in Amercian Uni- 
versities & Colleges — Commerce, Ga. 



Second Roiv — 

Powell, W. H., Jr. — English — Pi Kappa Alpha — 
Alpha Phi Omega — Birmingham, Ala. 

Prichard, Howard O. — History — Alabama City, 
Ala. 



Rains, Frank S. — History — Sigma Nu — Alpha 
Phi Omega — Ministerial Association — Tupelo, 
Miss. 



Third Row — 

Reese, Mary Calhoun — Biology — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Reinhardt, Tommie — Pharmacy — Phi Mu — 
President Alpha Epsilon Delta — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Spatula Club — Sweetheart of Sigma Nu — 
Beauty Parade — Montgomery, Ala. 

Rosebrough, Loretta — English — B.S.U. Coun- 
cil— Y.W.A.— Crimson Staf f— Mu Alpha Chi— 
Choir — Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges — Student Who's 
Who — Birmingham, Ala. 



HELEN HARRELL 




Fourth Row — 

Sisson, Howard H. — Physical Education — Alpha 
Phi Omega — Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Tanner, Malcolm L. — Mathematics — Masquers 
Treasurer — Birmingham, Ala. 

Thomas, Carl — Mathematics — Birmingham, Ala. 



Fifth Ron — 

Thomas, Flora L. — History — B.S.U. Council — 
Glee Club — A Cappella Choir — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Thompson, Robert G. — Mathematics — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Alpha Phi Omega — Ministerial Associa- 
tion — Mission Band — Crimson Staff — B.S.U. 
Vice-President — Plantersville, Miss. 

Thompson, Virginia — Sociology — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Birmingham, Ala. 



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Pevear 

POE 

Poole 




Powell 
Prichard 
Rains 



Reese 

Reinhardt 
rosebrough 



SlSSON 

Tanner 
Thomas 



Thomas 
Thompson 
Thompson 



THE SENIORS 



First Row — 

Trogden, Warren — Biology — Pi Kappa Phi — 
Memphis, Tenn. 

Tucker, Dorothy M. — English — B.S.U. Coun- 
cil — Y.W.C.A. — Treasurer Pi Gamma Mu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Turner, John B., Jr. — Biology — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Vines, Herbert M. — Economics — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wade, James H., Jr. — Business Administration — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Business Manager Bull- 
Pup — Business Manager Student Directory — 
Business Manager Crimson — Alpha Phi Omega 
— Kappa Pi — Masquers — Vice-President Junior 



JAMES WADE 




Class — Track Team — Entre Nous Staff — Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
& Colleges — Birmingham, Ala. 

Walker, Billye J. — Speech — Phi Mu — Junior 
A.A.U.W., B.S.U., Y.W.A., Dormitory Coun- 
cil — Beauty Parade — Student's Who's Who — Si- 
luria, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Walker, Mary Frances — English — Delta Zeta 
— Editor of Crimson — President Hypatia — Jun- 
ior Senator — Entre Nous Staff — P.A.C. — Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges — Birmingham, Ala. 

Ward, Madeline — Business Administration — 
Beta Sigma Omicron — Birmingham, Ala. 

Watwood, Guy F. — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Albertville, Ala. 



-Accounting — Pi Kappa 



Fourth Row — 

Whitmon, Othniel C- 
Alpha — Mobile, Ala. 

Wiley, John H. — Psychology — Alpha Phi Omega 
— Ministerial Association — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wilkes, Charles Seymour — Business Adminis- 
tration — Sigma Nu — Commander, Recorder 
and Alumni Contact Officer Sigma Nu — A 
Cappella Choir — Mens Glee Club — Student Sen- 
ate — Managing Editor Entre Nous — Crimson 
Staff — Masquers — Editor-in-chief Entre Nous 
— Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges — Students Who's Who 
— P.A.C. — Montgomery, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Wingard, Warrene — Mathematics — Alpha Phi 
Omega — Treasurer Senior Class — Treasurer 
Sophomore Class — B.S.U. Council — Dormitory 
Council— Y.W.C.A.— Y.W.A.— Clanton, Ala.' 

Wood, James M., Jr. — Chemistry — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Trident — Chi Alpha Sigma — President 
Senior Class — Inter-Fraternity Council Treas- 
urer — Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges — Birmingham, Ala. 



[46] 



Trogden 
Tucker 
Turner 



Vines 
Wade 
Walker 



Walker 
Ward 

Watwood 



Whitmon 



Wiley 



Wilkes 



Wingard 
Wood 




UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

Abbott, William H. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Cullman, 

Ala. 
Abocrombie, Iris Rose — Sophomore ■ — Dietetics — Dietetics 

Club — Birmingham, Ala. 
Adams, Fancher — Sophomore — Sigma Nu — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Adcock, Edith — Freshman — Dietetics — Phi Mu — A Capella 

Choir — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 
Aderholt, Warren Forrest — Sophomore — Business Admin- 
istration — Birmingham, Ala. 
Albright, Boyce S. — Junior — History — Pi Kappa Alpha — 

Assistant Editor Crimson — Alpha Phi Omega — Haleyville, 

Ala. 

Second Row — 

Allen, Jocelyn — Freshman — Business Administration — Phi 

Mu — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 
Allen, Massey M. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Alverson, Elizabeth — Sophomore — Spanish — Phi Mu — 

Treasurer of Student Body — Vice-President of Masquers, 

W.A.A. — Student Senate — Crimson Staff — Birmingham, 

Ala. 

Anderson, Howard — Freshman — Religion — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Anderson, Jack F. — Junior — Pharmacy — Millry, Ala. 
Anderson, Louise — Junior — Business Administration — 

B.S.U. Council — Mission Band — Vice-President Y.W.C.A. 

— Thomasville, Ala. 

Third Roiv — 

Andrews, Morris M. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Troy, Ala. 

Anthony, C. E. — Freshman — Religion — Decatur, Ala. 

Apperson, Charli s H. — Freshman — Basic Engineering — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Armstrong, Robert Ray — Sophomore — Business Adminis- 
tration — Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Arrington, Samuel E. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Piedmont, 
Ala. 

Askins, Joseph L. — Freshman — Religious Education — Hunts- 
ville, Ala. 




Fourth Row — 

Atchi.ey, Marvin C. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Auld, Andrew J. — Freshman — Pre-Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Baggett, June Stewart — Sophomore — English — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Baker, Claudie (Duck) — Freshman — Physical Education — 
Sigma Nu — Flomaton, Ala. 

Baker, H. E. — Sophomore — Engineering — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Basketball Team — Clanton, Ala. 

Baker, Joyce — Sophomore — Chemistry — Phi Mu — Beauty 
Parade — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

Barber, Emmett Ralph — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Barclay, Linton O. — Freshman — Wylam, Ala. 

Barclay, Jimmie — Freshman — Engineering — Crossville, 
Tenn. 

Barclift, Marjorie Sue — Junior — English — Alpha Delta 
Pi — Masquers — Choir — Treasurer Sophomore Class — Crim- 
son Staff— Entre Nous Staff— Y.W.C.A.— Wesley Founda- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Barclift, Preston W. — Freshman — Psychology — Sigma Nu 
— Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Barksdale Frances — Freshman — Home Economics — Alpha 
Delta Pi — Larger B.S.U. Council — Assistant Business Man- 
ager Entre Nous — Dream Girl Pi Kappa Phi — Dietetics 
Club — Beauty Parade — Y.W.A. Treasurer — Dothan, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Barnard, H. Boyd — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Mu Alpha Chi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Barnard, Mary Vesta — Sophomore — Psychology — Phi Mu 
— Second Vice-President B.S.U. — Mu Alpha Chi — Secretary 
Masquers — Choir — Birmingham, Ala. 

Barnes, Ila Merle — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Atmore, Ala. 

Barrow, Reese A. — Sophomore — Engineering — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Barton, Jack B. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Batson, Sam C. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Battle, William Morris — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Sigma Nu — Tupelo, Miss. 

Baugh, Charles H. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Sigma Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Beaird, Donald S. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Bealle, Thomas B., Jr. — Freshman — Russellville, Ala. 

Bean, Curtis M. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial Asso- 
ciation — Clanton, Ala. 

Benefield, Sterling A. — Freshman — Engineering — Grays- 
ville, Ala. 

Eighth Row — 

Bennett, C. C- — Sophomore — Religion — Choir — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Benson, Harold H. — Sophomore — Engineering — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Benton, Mina Rose — Freshman — Gardendale, Ala. 
Blackerby, Carroll — Sophomore — Physical Education — Pi 

Kappa Alpha — Bessemer, Ala. 
Blackwood, Jack — Freshman — Architecture — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Blakely, Mary Ellen — Sophomore — Lanett, Ala. 



INICE CARLISLE 





m 







Abbott 

Aborcrombie 

Adams 

Adcock 

Aderholt 

Albright 



Allen 

Allen 

Alverson 

Anderson 

Anderson 

Anderson 



Andrews 

Anthony 

Apperson 

Armstrong 

Arrington 

Askins 



Atckley 

Auld 

Baggett 

Baker 

Baker 

Baker 



Barber 

Barclay 

Barclay 

Barclift 

Barclift 

Barksdale 



Barnard 

Barnard 

Barnes 

Barrow 

Barton 

Batson 



Battle 

Baugh 

Beaird 

Bealle 

Bean 

Benefield 



Bennett 

Benson 

Benton 

Blackerby 

Blackwood 

Blakely 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

Bodine, Felton O. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa 
Phi— Arab, Ala. 

Bolding, William T. — Junior — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Boniiiid, WHEELER L. — -Freshman — Economics — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Boone, W. A., Jr. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Booth, S. R., Jr. — Sophomore — Journalism — P.A.C. — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Borland, Morton H., Jr. — Freshman — Business Adminis- 
tration — Sigma Nu — Irondale, Ala. 

Second Ron' — ■ 

Bouchillon, James W. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial 

Association — Mission Band — Alpha Phi Omega — Reform, 

Ala. 
Bowdoin, Braxton C. — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Leeds, Ala. 
Bowen, William W. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Lambda Chi 

Alpha — Tile and Mortar — Birmingham, Ala. 
Bowlin, Ralph — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 
Boyd, Carolyn — Freshman — Biology — Alpha Delta Pi — Se- 

dalia, Ky. 
Boyd, Virginia — Sophomore — Sociology — Huntsville, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Braden, Walter B. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Jasper, Ala. 

Bragg, Carolyn M. — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Elba, Ala. 

Bragg, D. F. — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Elba, Ala. 

Brasher, Louis M. — Freshman — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Breeden, Ann — Freshman — General — Beta Sigma Omicron 

■ — Choir — Glencoe, Ala. 
Bridges Robert Jackson — Freshman — Pi Kappa Alpha — 

Tarrant, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Brigance, Jimmie — Junior — Psychology — Kappa Pi — Alpha 

Phi Omega — Mobile, Ala. 
Brown, Eltis N. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Birmingham, Ala. 




Brown, Kenneth N. — Sophomore — History — Hanceville, 
Ala. 

Brown, Margie L. — Sophomore — History — Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron — Empire, Ala. 

Brown, Mary Jo — Freshman — Sociology — Alpha Delta Pi — 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Brown, Oswyn E. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Phil Campbell, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Brown, Tinker — Sophomore — Physical Education — Beta 
Sigma Omicron — Empire, Ala. 

Browning, Margaret ■ — Sophomore — Sociology — B.S.U. 
Council — Y.W.A. — Dormitory Council — Mission Band — 
Reform, Ala. 

Bryan, Jack T. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Buchanan, John H. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Buckelew, Clyde K. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Horton, 
Ala. 

Bullard, June — Freshman — Biology — Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth Row- — ■ 

Burks, John H. — Junior — Math — Lambda Chi Alpha — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Burnett, Neill C. — Junior — Pre-Med. — Abilene, Texas. 

Burson, Jackson Willis — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Butler, Charles S. ■ — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Bessemer, 
Ala. 

Butler, Earl — Freshman — Pharmacy — Alpha Phi Omega — 
Goose Creek, Texas 

Butler, Frances Allene — Sophomore — Dietetics — Home 
Economics Club — Goose Creek, Texas 

Seventh Row — 

Butterworth, Billie Jo — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Alpha Delta Pi — Choir — Wesley Foundation — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Calton, William C. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Campbell, Joe L. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Liberty, Miss. 

Campbell, John H. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Sigma Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Campbell, Martin V. — Freshman — Religion — Ministerial 
Association — Mission Band — Gadsden, Ala. 

Canada, Mary Sue — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Y.W.A.— B.S.U.— Eastaboga, Ala. 

Eighth Rou — 

Cannon, John — Freshman — Religion — Dothan, Ala. 

Caraway, Donald B. — Freshman — Business Administration 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Carlisle, Incie — Junior — Biology — Alpha Delta Pi — Bir- 
Mingham, Ala. 

Carpenter, Rai — Junior — Sociology — Alpha Delta Pi — En- 
tre Nous Staff — President Alpha Delta Pi — Vice-President 
of W.S.G. — Y.W.A. — Pan-Hellenic Council — Assistant 
Editor Entre Nous — Y.W.C.A. — Evergreen, Ala. 

Carr, John H. — Junior — Sociology- — Pi Gamma Mu Presi- 
dent — A Capella Choir — Mu Alpha Chi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Carter, Marianne — Sophomore — Vincent, Ala. 



CHARLES CHRISTMAS 




BODINE 

BOLDING 

BoNFIELD 

Boone 
Booth 
Borland 



Bouchillon 
Bowdoin 

BoWFN 
BowLIN 

Boyd 
Boyd 



Braden 

Bragg 

Bragg 

Brasher 

Breeden 

Bridges 



Brigance 

Brown 

Brown 

Brown 

Brown 

Brown 



Brown 

Browning 

Bryan 

Buchanan 

Buckelew 

Bullard 



Burks 

Burnett 

Burson 

Butler 

Butler 

Butler 



buttfrworth 

Calton 

Campbell 

Campbell 

Campbell 

Canada 



Cannon 

Caraway 

Carlisle 

Carpenter 

Carr 

Carter 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

Carter, Neale — Sophomore — Chemistry — Sigma Nu — Entrc 
Nous Staff — Wesley Foundation — Commander Sigma Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Carver, H. S. — Junior — English — Arab, Ala. 

Casey, Horace Lee — - Sophomore — Pharmacy — Piedmont, 

Ala. 
Cato, Ruby — Sophomore — Business Administration — Y.W. 

C.A. — Masquers — B.S.U. — Lafayette, Ala. 
Caudle, John M. — Sophomore — Physics — Birmingham, Ala. 
CAUFrELD, Hoover R. — Freshman — Business Administration 

— Ft. Payne, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Chafin, Lionel V. — Freshman — Engineering — Sigma Nu- — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Chambers, Charles Harold — Freshman— Engineering — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Chandler, John D. — Junior — Business Administration — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Wesley Foundation — Athens, Ala. 

Chapman, Winston — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Cheatham, C. D. — Freshman — General — Flomaton, Ala. 

Chestnut, Fred — Sophomore — History — Ministerial Asso- 
ciation — Mission Band — Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Rou — 

Christmas, Charles Merry — Sophomore — History — B.S.U. , 
■ — Mission Band — Student's Who's Who — Cottonwood, Ala. 

Clark, Dorothy — Junior — Pharmacy — Phi Mu — Tile and 
Mortar — W.A.A. — LaFayette, Ala. 

Clark, Elizabeth B. — Junior — History — P.A.C. Secretary — 
Crimson Staff — Y.W.C.A. Cabinet — Birmingham, Ala. 

Clark, James H. — Sophomore — History — Birmingham, Ala. 

Coaker, George M. — Junior — Sociology, Religion — Minis- 
terial Association — Mu Alpha Chi — Birmingham, Ala. 



Cobb, William R. 
Ala. 



■ Freshman — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 




Fourth Row — 

Cobern, James C. — Freshman — Business Administration — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cockrell, Charles A. — Freshman — English — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Coefey, Harold O. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cogcins, George H. — Freshman — Religion — Banks, Ala. 

Cole, Girod H., Jr. — Freshman — Religion — Mu Alpha Chi 
— President A Capella Choir — Bessemer, Ala. 

Cole, Jerry A. — Sophomore — Accounting — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Masquers — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

Coleman, Louis A. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Coleman, Tom — Sophomore — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Collins, Tom — Freshman — Business Administration — Sigma 
Nu — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Comfort, Dorothy — Freshman — Dietetics — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Dietetics Club — Evergreen, Ala. 

Compton, Mary L. — Freshman — English — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Conerly, Jean — Sophomore— Pharmacy — Jackson, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Conner, Sidney H. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Sigma Nu — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cooper, Allie C. — Freshman — Wilsonville, Ala. 

Cook, Gilbert — Freshman — General — Pi Kappa Alpha — 
Vinemont, Ala. 

Cornelius, Ollie Lee — Freshman — Home Economics — 
Beta Sigma Omicron — Dietetics — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cotter, John J. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Birmingham, Ala. 

Coumaris, Petro A. — Freshman — Sociology — New York 

Seventh Roic — 

Courington, Rupert E. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Parrish, Ala. 

Courson, William Thomas — Freshman — Electrical Engi- 
neering — Birmingham, Ala. 

Courtney, Richard C. — Freshman — Mechanical Engineer- 
ing — Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Cox, Clarence D. — Freshman — Psychology — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Cozart, Dorothy — Freshman — Religion — Dietetics Club — 
Hartford, Ala. 

Cozart, Thomas E. — Junior — Religion — Ministerial Associa- 
tion — Graceville, Fla. 

Eighth Row — 

Craig, E. B. — Freshman — Engineering — Sigma Nu — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Craven, James G., Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Creel, Stuart E. — Freshman — Economics — Gardendale, Ala. 

Crocker, Modies E. — Freshman — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Croft, Curtis — Freshman — Pharmacy — Alabama City, Ala. 

Croninger, Raymond H. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Decatur, Ala. 







COOKIE WEST AND GLORIA PRICE 




; Si 




AJ 




Carter 

Carver 

Casey 

Cato 

Caudle 

Caufield 



Chafin 

Chambers 

Chandler 

Chapman 

Cheatham 

Chestnut 



Christmas 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 

COAKER 

Cobb 



Cobern 

cockrell 

Coffey 

Coggins 

Cole 

Cole 



Coleman 

Coleman 

Collins 

Comfort 

Compton 

CONERLY 



Connor 

Cooper 

Cook 

Cornelius 

Cotter 

Coumaris 



COURINGTON 
COURSON 

Courtney 
Cox 
Cozart 
Cozart 



Craig 

Craven 

Creel 

Crocker 

Croft 

Croninger 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

Crook, Jean — Sophomore — History — Y.W.C.A. — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Crosswy, David M. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Crouch, Jack — Freshman — Forestry — Tarrant, Ala. 

Crow ley, Albert C, Jr. — Sophomore — Engineering — Abbe- 
ville, Ala. 

Crutcher, Doris L. — Freshman — Dietetics — Dietetics Club 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Crutcher, Owen L.- — Freshman — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Second Row — 

Cunningham, Ed — Freshman • — Pharmacy — Winchester, 

Tenn. 
Cunningham, Joy Glenn — Freshman — Religion — Mission 

Band, Y.W.A.— Collinsville, Ala. 
Daniel, Bernice — Freshman — Home Economics — Dietetics 

Club — Alton, Ala. 
Daniel, William C. — Freshman — History — Alton, Ala. 
Daugherty, Jean — Sophomore — History — Mobile, Ala. 
Davidson, Helen — Junior — English — Phi Mu — Y.W.C.A. — 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Ron, — 

Davidson, Roy G., Jr. — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Davis, Denward — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Davis, Don E. — Sophomore — Physical Education — Basketball, 
Crimson Staff, H-Club — Johnstown, Pa. 

Davis, Linvel — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Director of Intramural Athletic 
Council — Pinson, Ala. 

Davison, Hugh M., Jr. — Freshman — Electrical Engineering 
— Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Dean, Miles — Sophomore — H-Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

De Foor, Terry — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial Associa- 
tion- — Mission Band — Phil Campbell, Ala. 

Denson, Loarene — Freshman — Chemistry — Oxford, Ala. 




De Shazo, Fayi — Freshman — Mathematics — Leeds, Ala. 

Dickey, Rex H. — Junior — History — Sigma Alpha Epsilon — 
Mu Alpha Chi — Ministerial Association — Y.M.C.A. — Boyl- 
ston, Ala. 

Dickinson, Charles B. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Montgomery, Ala. 

Dickinson, Mary Emma — Freshman — Home Economics — 
Delta Zeta — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

Dismukes, Glenn P. — Sophomore — History — Alpha Phi 
Omega — Y.M.C.A. — Ministerial Association — Mission Band 
— B.S.U.— Prichard, Ala. 

Dobbs, Bruce — Freshman — Journalism — Birmingham, Ala. 

Dodd, Dennis — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial Associa- 
tion — A Cappella Choir — Mission Band — Anniston, Ala. 

Dodd, Dorothy — Sophomore — Sociology — Delta Zeta — Pan- 
Hellenic Council — Demoplis, Ala. 

Dodd, John E. — Junior — History — Physical Education — 
Vice-President Alpha Phi Omega — Ministerial Association — 
Semmes, Ala. 

Donaldson, Andrew S. — Freshman — Engineering- — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Donaldson, Bernice C. — Freshman — Dietetics — Dietetics 
Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Donaldson, Russell — Freshman — Pharmacy — Oxford, Ala. 

Dorough, James — Sophomore — Pharmacy— Sigma Nu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Dorris, Russell — Freshman — Sigma Nu — Nashville, Tenn. 

Dotherow, Bettye Ruth — Sophomore — English — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Dougherty, Joe D. — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Lambda Chi Alpha — Basketball — Birmingham, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Dowdey, Charles — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — President Inter-Fraternity Council — President 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Dowdle, Thomas — Freshman — Architecture — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Driskill, Ruth A. — Freshman — Home Economics — Geral- 
dine, Ala. 

Duke, Charles C, Jr. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Duke, James A. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Durham, Miriam — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Eighth Row — 

Dykes, James S., Jr. — Freshman — Industrial Management — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Easter, William B. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Pinson, Ala. 

Edmonds, Herman W. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Fairfield, Ala. 

Edwards, John H. — Freshman — Ministerial — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Calera, Ala. 

Edwards, W. T., Jr. — Sophomore — History — Alpha Phi 
Omega — Ministerial Association — Gadsden, Ala. 

Eldredge, J. Foster — Junior — Religion — Ministerial Asso- 
ciation — Birmingham, Ala. 



EDITH VAN KEUREN and TOMMY PARKS 




Crook 

Crosswy 

Crouch 

Crowley 

Crutcher 

Crutcher 



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Cunningham 

Cunningham 

Daniel 

Daniel 

Daugherty 

Davidson 



Davidson 

Davis 

Davis 

Davis 

Davison 

Dean 



De Foor 

Denson 

De Shazo 

Dickey 

Dickinson 

Dickinson 



Ail^k All 




Dykes 

Easter 

Edmonds 

Edwards 

Edwards 

Elredge 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row— 

Kllington, Jesse S.C. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Montgom- 
ery, Ala. 

Ellis, John C. — Junior — Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Edward C. — Freshman — Economics — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Evans, Inos M. — Freshman — English — Journalism — Pi Kap- 
pa Phi — Dothan, Ala. 

Evans, Julie — Freshman — Chemistry — Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Roberta — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Evers, Lorine — Freshman — Home Economics — Cullman, 
Ala. 

Ewing, James E. — Freshman — Engineering — Tarrant, Ala. 

Fairly, Hazel- — Freshman — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Falkner, Virginia ■ — Sophomore — French — Phi Mu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Fancher, Hazel — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Delta Zeta — Choir — Birmingham, Ala. 

Farmer, John F. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Farrar, William — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Sigma Nu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Ferguson, Charles W. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Pi Kappa Alpha — Entre Nous Staff — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Ferguson, Robert U.- — Freshman — Religion — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Pensacola, Fla. 

Ferguson, Starling V. — Freshman — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Fikes, Bellie — Sophomore — General— Cordova, Ala. 

Florence, O. B.— Junior — Pharmacy — Warrior, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Floyd, William R. — Freshman — Pre-Law — Sigma Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Foshee, Howard B. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Montgomery, 
Ala. 

Foster, David R. — Sophomore — Mathematics — P.A.C. — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Fountain, A. Kathryn — Freshman — Pharmacy — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Fourroux, Nestor Robert — Freshman — Electrical Engi- 
neering — Birmingham, Ala. 




Fowler, Montrii l — Sophomore — Historv — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

Frame, Jane — Freshman ■ — English — Y.W.A. — Choir — 
Huntsville, Ala. 

Franklin, James B. — Freshman — Religious Education- — 
Delrose, Tenn. 

Franks, Sue M. — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Black Mountain, 
N. C. 

Freeman, Judson — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Hilton, Ga. 

Frew, Betty Jane — Junior — History — Y.W.C.A. — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Fritsch, William H. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Frost, James R., Jr. — Freshman — Business Administration 
— Tarrant, Ala. 

Frost, Marguerite — Junior — Dietetics — Delta Zeta — Vice- 
President Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Frost Owen E. — Freshman — History — Birmingham, Ala. 

Gaines, Jane Ellen — Freshman — Religion — B.S.U. — Y.W. 
A. — W.A.A. — Mission Band — Talladega, Ala. 

Gamble, Charlie Lee, Jr. — Sophomore — Psychology — Al- 
pha Phi Omega — Mu Alpha Nu — Ministerial Association — 
Bessemer, Ala. 

Gamble, Ethridge H. — Freshman — Business Administration 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Seventh Row — ■ 

Gambrell, C. B., Jr. — Sophomore — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Ganon, Lloyd — Freshman — Pre Med — Staten Island, N. Y. 

Gardner, Nell — Freshman — Sociology — Choir — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Garrett, Johnnie — Freshman — General — Y.W.A. — Vin- 
cent, Ala. 

Garrett, Sara — Freshman — Religion — Y.W.A. — Vincent, 
Ala. 

Garrick, Gene — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Student Senate — 
B.S.U. Council — Dormitory Council — Biology Lab As- 
sistant — Crimson Staff — Mission Band — Student Who's 
Who — Thomasville, Ala. 

Eighth Ron — 

Gibson, Thomas M. — Freshman — Business Administration — ■ 
Selma, Ala. 

Gillispie, Paul E. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Glaze, Charles R. — Sophomore — Religion — Athens, Ala. 

Glidewell, Ralph M. — Junior — Business Administration — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Glover, David W. — Freshman — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Godwin, Margie — Junior — English — Vice-President B.S.U. 
Council — U.W.A. — Masquers — Tallassee, Ala. 



THEO MASSEY, BRUCE PHILLIPS, 
JOHN MOORE, GEORGE McCLELLAN 



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Ellis 

Evans 

Evans 

Evans 

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EVERS 

Ewinc 

Fairly 

Falkner 

Fancher 

Farmer 



Farrar 

Ferguson 

Ferguson 

Ferguson 

Fikes 

Florence 




Floyd 

Foshee 

Foster 

Fountain 

Fourroux 

Fowler 



Frame 

Franklin 

Franks 

Freeman 

Frew 

Fritsch 



Frost 

Frost 

Frost 

Gaines 

Gamble 

Gamble 



Gambrell 

Ganon 

Gardner 

Garrett 

Garrett 

Garrick 



Gibson 

Gillispie 

Glaze 

Glidewell 

Glover 

Godwin 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

Godwin, Richard C. — Sophomore — Law — Mu Alpha Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Golden, Howard H. — Freshman — History — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Mission Band — Shawmut, Ala. 

Good, Doyal H. — Freshman — Engineering — Pinson, Ala. 

Goodwin, John B. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Bessemer, Ala. 

Grady, O'dell F. — Freshman — Religious Education — Mon- 
tevallo, Ala. 

Graham, Charles E. — Freshman — Religion — Jackson, Ala. 

Second Rou> — 

Grammas, Ernestine — Freshman — Sociology — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Grammas, Fannye — Sophomore — Dietetics — President Die- 
tetics Club— Y.W.C.A. — Birmingham, Ala. 

Granade, Charles J. — Sophomore — History — Bull Pup 
Staff — Crimson Staff — Leroy, Ala. 

Graves, Dorothy C. — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Graves, Ralph — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Fyffe, Ala. 

Gravlee, Myra — Sophomore — Sociology — Sumiton, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Gravlee, Pauline — Junior — Psychology — Treasurer Junior 
Class — Birmingham, Ala. 

Gray, Albert B. — Freshman — Business Administration — Al- 
pha Phi Omega — Gadsden, Ala. 

Gray, Dorothy — Freshman — Chemistry — Bessemer, Ala. 

Green, Joseph F. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Griffin, Ida J.- — Freshman — General — Crimson Staff — 
Langdale, Ala. 

Griffin, Joyce — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Alpha Delta Pi — 
Tile and Mortar — Wesley Foundation — Entre Nous Staff — 
Beauty Parade — Sweetheart Pi Kappa Phi — Y.W.A. — 
Y.W.C.A.— Cullman, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Griffin, Warren O. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Wauchula, 
Florida 

Griffith, Marguerite J. — Junior — Religion — Hypatia — Pi 
Gamma Mu— Y.W.A.— Y.W.C.A.— Verbena, Ala. 

Grimwood, James M. — Sophomore — History — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Grutchen, Marcus — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 




Hagood, Margaret C. — Freshman — Journalism — Alpha Del- 
ta Pi — Crimson Staff — Albertville, Ala. 
Hall, Charles J. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fifth Rou— 

Hall, Charlsie M. — Sophomore — Sociology — Choir — Stu- 
dent Who's Who — Birmingham, Ala. 
Hall, Eddie Rice — Freshman — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Alpha 

— Tile and Mortar — Center Point, Ala. 
Hall, James N. — Junior — Business Administration — Student 

Body Vice-President — Mu Alpha Nu — Pi Gamma Mu — 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Hall, William R. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Hammond, Marilyn — Freshman — Religion — Delta Zeta — 

Secretary Y.W.A.— B.S.U.— Plateau, Ala. 
Hand, Edsel — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Mu Alpha Chi — A 

Cappella Choir — Birmingham, Ala. 
Sixth Row — ■ 

Hanson, Joe S. — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 
Harden, Harold A. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Harden Mary Jean — Junior — Sociology — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Hare, William C. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Harmon, Sybil — Sophomore — General — Birmingham, Ala. 
Harris, Robert E. — Freshman — Engineering — Fort Payne, 

Ala. 
Seventh Row — 

Hayes, Clyde E. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Steppville, Ala. 
Heard, William B. — Freshman — Engineering — Wehadkce, 

Ala. 
Heckart, Clair T. — Sophomore — Journalism — Canisteo, N. 

Y. 
Heifner, Virginia — Junior — Business Administration — Phi 

Mu — Oxford, Ala. 
Helmbold, F. Wilbur — Freshman — Education — Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa. 
Hendon, Hollis B. — Freshman — Religion — Decatur, Ala. 
Eighth Row — 

Hendon. L. D. — Freshman — Religion — Decatur, Ala. 
Henry, Melvin D. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Herndon, Don D. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 
Herrin, Elliott C. — Freshman — Chemistry — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Herrmann, Annie Erie — Junior — Economics — Beta Sigma 

Omicron — Bessemer, Ala. 
Hicks, Seaburn — Freshman — Fort Payne, Ala. 

Ninth Row — 

Higginbotham, Pauline — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Village Springs, Ala. 

Hight, John F. — Junior — Pharmacy, Pre-Med — Sigma Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Hinton, Forrest — Junior — Pre-Med — Mu Alpha Nu — Hat- 
tiesburg, Miss. 

Hogue, Dick — Sophomore — Psychology — Alpha Phi Omega 
— Vice-President Ministerial Association — B.S.U. — Annis- 
ton, Ala. 

Holland, Claud M., Jr. — Freshman — Pinson, Ala. 

Holmes, Annie Lois — Junior — Business Administration — 
Phi Mu— B.S.U.— W.A.A.— Junior Editor Entre Nous- 
Secretary W.S.G. — Birmingham, Ala. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Rou — 

Honeycutt, Norma Jean — Freshman — Medical Technol- 
ogy- — Thorsby, Ala. 

House, Memory — Freshman — Journalism — Birmingham, Ala. 

Howard, Louise — Junior — Religion — Y.W.A. — B.S.U. — Dor- 
mitory Council — Bessemer, Ala. 

Howell, Stanley — Freshman — Business Administration- — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Alpha Phi Omega — Midland City, Ala. 

Howell, James W. — Freshman — Physical Education — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Haleyville, Ala. 

Howell, Ray — Freshman — Basic Engineering — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Hartselle, Ala. 

Second Row — - 

Howell, William P. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial 
Association — Birmingham, Ala. 

Hudson, Clarence C. — Freshman — Engineering — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Decatur, Ala. 

Hughes, Mildred — Sophomore — Sociology — Mu Alpha Chi, 
—B.S.U. — Glee Club — Anniston, Ala. 

Hughes, Robert I., Jr. — Junior — Electrical Engineering — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Huguler, Ashby F. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Phenix City, 
Ala. 

Hurst, Billie Bert — Freshman — Dietetics — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Rou/ — 

Hurst, Charles C, Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Hutcheson, Henry, Jr. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Albertville, Ala. 

Hutchison, James D., Jr. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Cullman, 
Ala. 

Hyde, Joe — Freshman — Engineering — Math — Nauvoo. Ala. 

Ingram, Martha Ann — Freshman — Dietetics — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Choir — Dietetics Club — Tarrant, Ala. 

Isley, Branson B. — Sophomore — Religion — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Jacks, Claude, Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Jacks, Jean — Freshman — Dietetics — Beta Sigma Omicron — 
Dietetics, Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Jackson, H. M. — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Jackson, James B., Jr. — Junior — Religion — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Ministerial Association — Pine Apple, Ala. 




|i nmns, Martha Ann — Freshman — Religion — B.S.U. — 
W.A.A.— Mission Band— Y.W.A.— Crimson Staff— Talla- 
dega, Ala. 

Jetton, Mildred — Freshman — Physical Education — Cull- 
man, Ala. 

Fifth Roil'— 

Johns, Kathryn — Junior — Home Economics — Phi Mu — 
Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Johnsey, Betty Ann — Junior — Chemistry — Alpha Delta 
Pi — Chi Alpha Sigma — Entre Nous Staff — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Johnson, Eleanore W. — Freshman — History — Chillicothe, 
111. 

Johnson, Evan N. — Freshman — Engineering — Mission 
Band — Alexander City, Ala. 

Johnson, H. Mac — Freshman — Ministry — Ministerial Asso- 
ciation — Freshman Senator — A Cappella Choir — Gads- 
den, Ala. 

Johnson, Henderson — Sophomore — Business Administra- 
tion — Ozark, Ala. 

Sixth Rou,' — ■ 

Johnson, John E. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Johnson, Robert J. — Junior — Economics — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Pi Gamma Mu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Jones, Benna Jean — Freshman — Home Economics — Phi 
Mu — Dream Girl — Lambda Chi Alpha — Beauty Parade — 
Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Jones, Joseph L. — Sophomore — History — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Jordan, Maude Ellen — Sophomore — Dietetics — Beta Sigma 
Omicron — Glee Club — Dietetics Club — Mu Alpha Chi — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Keith, Isaac A., Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Tarrant, 
Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Keller, Fred S., Jr. — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Sigma Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Kflley, Beth — Junior — English — Sociology — Mission Band 
—B.S.U.— Y.W.A.— Hartford, Ala. 

Kelly, John M. — Freshman — Business Administration — Sig- 
ma Nu — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Kendrick, Sible — Freshman — Religion — Robertsdale, Ala. 

Keown, Wallace — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — B.S.U. Council — Anniston, Ala. 

Keown Wilma R. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Chi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Eighth Rou — 

Kerley, Kermit R. — Freshman — Journalism — Sigma Nu- — 
Radio Chairman of Howard unit of Red Cross — Elizabeth- 
ton, Tenn. 

Kewish, Fred J., Jr. — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Birmingham, Ala. 

Key, John W. — Sophomore — Economics — Basketball — H- 
Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

King, Betty — Junior — Home Economics — Delta Zeta — Die- 
tetics Club — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Kirby, Florence — Freshman — Journalism — Phi Mu — Beauty 
Parade — Crimson Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 

Kirk, John L. — Freshman — Accounting — Tarrant, Ala. 

Ninth Rou.' — 

Kirkland, Lewis — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, Ala. 

Kizziah, Murray E., Jr. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Kizziah, Thomas A. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Knight, Robert A. — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Alpha Phi Omega — Masquers — A Cappella Choir — 
Pascagoula, Miss. 

Knighten, Lee — Freshman — Pharmacy — Garden City, Ala. 

Kontzen, Noble B. — Sophomore — Physical Education — 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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Jacks 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jenkins 

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Johns 

Johnsey 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 



Johnson 

Johnson 

Jones 

Jones 

Jordan 

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Keller 

Kelley 

Kelly 

Kendrick 

Keown 

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Kerley 

Kewish 

Key 

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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Roiv — 

Kytle, Elton L. — Junior — Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar — 

Alpha Phi Omega- — Boaz, Ala. 
Lacey, Edward N. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Lavender, B. Reid — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
I.ayiiild, Ann — Junior — Spanish — Choir — Leeds, Ala. 
Lee, Robert E. — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 
Lee, Robert F. — Sophomore — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 
Second Row — 
Liddell, Rommie R. — Junior — Biology — Kappa Alpha — 

Fairfield, Ala. 
Lindsey, A. Ralls — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Boaz, Ala. 
Lipscomb, Eleanor L. — Freshman — Religious Education — 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Lister, Billy G. — Freshman — Engineering — Gadsden, Ala. 
Little, Frank G. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Gadsden, Ala. 
Little, Franklin D.- — Freshman — Pharmacy — Alpha Phi 

Omega — Piedmont, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Littlijohn, Ellis E. — Freshman — Journalism — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Lively, Frank — Junior — Economics — Sigma Nu — Garden- 
dale, Ala. 

Liveoak, S. Dale — Freshman — Journalism — Weogufka, 
Ala. 

Loo, King Lee — Sophomore — Pre-Engineering — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Lott, Leonard M. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Lovell, Edward M. — Freshman — Lambda Chi Alpha — 
Business Manager Entre Nous — Brimingham, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Lovette, James E., Jr. — Freshman — Sigma Nu- — Flomaton, 
Ala. 

Lovette, Melvin F. — Freshman — Law — Sigma Nu — Floma- 
ton, Ala. 

Lowe, William R. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Glencoe, Ala. 

Lowery, James W. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 




Lowry, Emery M. — Junior — Economics — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Basketball — Kalculus Kolloid Klub — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Loyd, Elmer S. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Kappa Sigma — 
Alpha Phi Omega — Decatur, Ala. 

Fifth Row 

Mackey, Peggy — Junior — Sociology — Alpha Delta Pi — Wes- 
ley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Mann, Margaret — Freshman — Religion — Tarrant, Ala. 

Manning, Harry — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Maples, Frank H. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Elizabethton, 
Tenn. 

Marbut, James — Freshman — Pre-Med — Albertville, Ala. 

Marion, Sue C. — Junior — History — B.S.U. Council — Y.W. 
C.A. President — Mu Alpha Chi — Cullman, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Marsh, James E. — Sophomore — Economics — Pi Kappa Phi — 
Pinson, Ala. 

Martin, Charles L., Jr. — Junior — English — Sigma Chi — 
B.S.U. Council — Choir — Ministerial Association — Student 
Who's Who — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Martin, James S. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Martin, Judson, Jr. — Freshman — General — Uniontown, 
Ala. 

Massey, George B. — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Massey, Theo — Junior — Engineering — Pi Kappa Phi — Presi- 
dent Inter-Fraternity Council — Birmingham, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Mathis, Claude H. — Junior — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa Alpha — 
Tile and Mortar — Corinth, Miss. 

Mayo, John C. — Freshman — Basic Management — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

McAnnally, Norman R. — Freshman — Chemical Engineer- 
ing — Bangor, Ala. 

McCarty, Ei nor — Freshman — Religion — Mission Band — 
Moulton, Ala. 

McClellan, George ■ — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

McCord, Margaret — Freshman — Religion — Docena, Ala. 

Eighth Row — 

McCord. Walton P. — Freshman — Pre-Engineering — Besse- 
mer, Ala. 

McCuen, William — Freshman — Journalism — Gadsden, Ala. 

McDonald, Sidney A. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Pi Kappa Alpha — Athens, Ala. 

McDow, Joe — Sophomore — Journalism — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Secretary Sophomore Class — Vice-President Mu Alpha 
Chi — Mu Alpha Nu — President P.A.C. — Assistant Editor 
Crimson — Entre Nous Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 

McElroy, Euel — Freshman — Religion — Fort Payne, Ala. 

McElroy, Thelma — Freshman — Religion — Fort Payne, Ala. 

Ninth Roiv — 

McGarr, Mary — Junior — English — Dormitory Council — 
Phenix City, Ala. 

McGraw, Sue — Freshman — Pharmac) — Beta Sigma Omicron 
—Gadsden, Ala. 

McKinney, William W. — Freshman — Engineering — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

McLane, James W. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

McLemore, Carl- — Freshman — Pharmacy — Danville, Ala. 

McLendon, Vonceil — Junior — English — Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron, Mobile, Ala. 



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Lowe 

LOWERY 

LOWRY 

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Mann 

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Maples 

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Martin 

Martin 

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Massey 

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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row — 

McLeod, Graham — Freshman — Pre-Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

McLeod, Robert L. — Freshman — General — Sigma Nu — Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

McNeel, Van L. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

McQueen, T. J. — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

McWilliams, John R. — Sophomore — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 

Merk, James E. — Sophomore — Physical Education — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Basketball — President Sophomore Class — Vice- 
President Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Means, Bettye — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Meeks, Jesse O. — Freshman — Pre-Vet — Birmingham, Ala. 

Meshad, Robert — Freshman — Business Administration' — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Methvin, Lesie D. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Miles, E. B. (Mousie) — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Kappa 
Sigma — Birmingham, Ala. 

Milewsky, Robert L. — Freshman — Engineering — Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Millican, James E. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Cordova, Ala. 

Milner, Betty Ann — Freshman — Medical Technician — 
Delta Zeta — Springville, Ala. 

Mitchell, Mary Lou — Freshman — Pharmacy — Delta Zeta — 
Student Who's Who — Leeds, Ala. 

Mitchell, T. D. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Arab, Ala. 

Mize, Vernon H. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Mobley, Anita Jeanne — Freshman — Med-Technician — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Fo>tfrth Row — 

Monk, James — Freshman — Engineering — Decatur, Ala. 

Moon, George — Freshman — Pharmacy — Gadsden, Ala. 

Moon, Norman E. — Sophomore — Pre-Law — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Mooney, James — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial Associa- 
tion — Camp Hill, Ala. 




Moore, Amos M. — Sophomore — Economics — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Tarrant, Ala. 

Moore, Betty Jean — Sophomore — Sociology — Osceola, Ark. 

Fifth Row— 

Moore, Harold E. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Wilsonville, 
Ala. 

Moore, Steve — Freshman — Business Administration — Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Moore, Vivienne L. — Sophomore — Psychology — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Morris, Mary Elizabeth — Freshman — Chemistry — Glee 
Club — Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Morris, Wanda — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Bridgeport, Ala. 

Moss, Theron H. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Mullins, Pattie Sue — Freshman — Religion — Helena, Ala. 

Murphree, Jimsy — Sophomore — Spanish — French — Phi Mu 
— President Wesley Foundation — Glee Club — A Cappella 
Choir — W.A.A. — Hypatia — Secretary Mu Alpha Chi — 
Masquers — President Phi Mu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Murphy, George G. — Freshman — Pre-Law — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Murray, Lew — Sophomore — Engineering — Sigma Nu — 
Treasurer Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Murrell, Ralph R. — Sophomore — Engineering — Bessemer, 
Ala. 

Nelms, William H. — Freshman — Pharmacy — McMimville, 
Tenn. 

Seventh Row — 

Nelson, David — Sophomore — Pre-Med — Birmingham, Ala. 

Nelson, Kenneth — Sophomore — Agriculture — Sigma Nu — 
Cullman, Ala. 

Nflson, Norman E. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Nelson, Terrell M. — Junior — Religion — Ministerial Asso- 
ciation — Birmingham, Ala. 

NeSmith, Marie — Junior — Pharmacy — Phi Mu — Tile and 
Mortar — Y.W.A. — President Dormitory Council — Spatula 
Club — Blountsville, Ala. 

Newborne, Mary Jo — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 

Eighth Row — ■ 

Newby, Walter, Jr. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and 
Mortar Club — Huntsville, Ala. 

Newell, John H.- — Junior — Business Administration — Re- 
porter Mu Alpha N' 1 — S'ndent Alitor — Cullman, Ala. 

Newman, Margaret — Freshman — Religion — Anniston, Ala. 

Newman, Ruth — Sophomore — English — Phi Mu — Chi Al- 
pha S : gma— Marshall— Y.W.C. A.— Y.W.A.— Entre Nous 
Staff — Childersburg, Ala. 

Noe, Tommy G. — Freshman — Engineering — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Student Who's Who — Birmingham, Ala. 

Norment, Murray — Freshman — Engineering — Kappa Sig- 
ma — Birmingham, Ala. 

Ninth Row — ■ 

O'Berry, Andrew P. — Sophomore — Engineering — Sigma Nu 
■ — Entre Nous Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 

O'Conner, Louis — Freshman — Chemistry — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

O'Kelley, Davis — Sophomore — Chemistry — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Oliver, Calvin W. — Freshman — Engineering — Henagar, 
Ala. 

Parker, Ouida Faye — Freshman — B.S.U. — LaFayette, Ala. 

Parker, Patricia — Sophomore — Alpha Delta Pi — Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council — Choir — Y.W.C. A. — Birmingham, Ala. 



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MlLNER 

Mitchell 
Mitchell 
Mize 

MOBLEY 



Monk 

Moon 

Moon 

Mooney 

Moore 

Moore 



Moore 
Moore 
Moore 
Morris 
Morris 
Moss 



Mullins 

Murphree 

Murphy 

Murray 

Murrell 

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Nelson 

Nelson 

Nelson 

Nelson 

NeSmtth 

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Newby 

Newell 

Newman 

Newman 

Noe 

Norment 



O'Berky 

O'Conner 

O'Kelley 

Oliver 

Parker 

Parker 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Ron — 

Parrish, Florence — -Junior — Religion — Pi Gamma Mu — 

Boaz, Ala. 
Pass, Carl K. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Blountsville, Ala. 
Pass, William A. — Freshman — Physical Education — Palmer- 
dale, Ala. 
Patterson, Edna Earl — Freshman — Bessemer, Ala. 
Patterson, Ralph G. — Freshman — Law — Birmingham, Ala. 
Patton, Henry P. — Sophomore — Law — Alpha Phi Omega — 

Foley, Ala. 
Second Raw — 

Patton, Mary Jo — Sophomore — Religion — Henegar, Ala. 
Patton, W. D., Jr. — Junior — Mathematics — Alpha Phi 

Omega — Trenton, Ga. 
Patton, W. P. — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 
Paul, M. Maxine — Freshman — Religion — Birmingham, Ala. 
Payne, Bettie — Junior — Dietetics — Beta Sigma Omicron — 

Y.W.C.A. — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 
Peacock, James Earl — Freshman — Religion — Ministerial 

Association — Choir — Mu Alpha Chi — Student Who's Who 

— Montgomery, Ala. 

Third Row — 

Peacock, Stella — Freshman — General — Hartford, Ala. 

Peeples, Bill — Freshman — Physical Education — Sigma Nu 

— Basketball — Birmingham, Ala. 
Peeples, W. D., Jr. — Junior — Mathematics — Lambda Chi 

Alpha — Chi Alpha Sigma — Class Honor '46 — Who's Who 

Among Students in American Universities and Colleges — 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pennington, Catherine — Sophomore ■ — Religion — Wil- 

liamsport, Tenn. 
Penuel, Jean M. — Junior — English — Phi Mu — Kappa Pi — 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Perkinson, Edith — Freshman — Dietetics — Dietetics Club — 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Perkinson, Margie — Junior — English — A Cappella Choir — 
Glee Club — President Woman's Student Government — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Perolio, Kenneth C. — Freshman — Law — Birmingham, Ala. 

Perry, Rufus — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Petty, William C, Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 




Pharr, Keener — Junior — Religious Education — Fort Payne, 
Ala. 

Phifer, Charles Loyd — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Oakman, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Phifer, Edna Sue — Freshman — Medical Technician — Par- 
rish, Ala. 

Phillips, Bruce F.- — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Birmingham Ala. 

Phillips, Virginia — Sophomore — Religion — Franklinton, 
La. 

Phillips, Buford L. — Sophomore — Religion — Gadsden, Ala. 

Phillips, James — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Gadsden, Ala. 

Pickens, Carol — Junior — Pharmacy — Tile and Mortar — 
Y.W.A.— Hartselle, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Pickens, James G. — Junior — Biology — Alpha Phi Omega — 

Lineville, Ala. 
Piper, Margaret Jean — Freshman — General — Fairfield, Ala. 
Poole, Beverly — Freshman — Psychology — Birmingham, Ala. 
Pope, Thomas N. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Spring Garden, 

Ala. 
Posey, Charlsdz Ann — Freshman — Dietetics — Beta Sigma 

Omicron — Bull Pup Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 
Posey, John, Jr. — Sophomore — History — Pi Kappa Alpha — - 

Editor Bull Pup — Alpha Phi Omega — Haleyville, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Pratt, James B.- — Freshman — Education — Sigma Nu — Intra- 
mural Athletic Council — Crimson Staff — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Presley, D. C. — Junior — History— Ministerial Association — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Preston, Maxwell — Freshman — History — Mu Alpha Nu — 
Ministerial Association — Choir — Crimson Staff — Cullman, 
Ala. 

Price, Gloria M. — Sophomore — Biology — Alpha Delta Pi — 
Entre Nous Staff — Beauty Parade — Eufaula, Ala. 

Price, Joe B. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Meridianville, Ala. 

Price, Louise — Freshman — Birmingham, Ala. 

Eighth Row — 

PricketT, Edgar B. — Sophomore — History — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Ashville, Ala. 

Proctor, Bob — Junior — Psychology — B.S.U. Council — Gads- 
den, Ala. 

Propst, Douglas W. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Alpha Phi 
Omega — Jasper, Ala. 

Puckett, Lucien E. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Hartselle, 
Ala. 

Pullen, Ralph — Freshman — Pharmacy — Mentone, Ala. 

Rahn, Norman H., Jr. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Fort Deposit, Ala. 

Ninth Row — 

Raiiord, Marie — Junior — Home Economics — Delta Zcta — 
Vice-President Women's Government — Wesley Founda- 
tion — Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council ■ — President Delta 
Zcta — Birmingham, Ala. 

Rainer, Sarah — Junior — Biology — Mobile, Ala. 

Rambeau, Marrion B. — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Sigma Nu 
— Mobile, Ala. 

Randle, Samuel N. — Freshman — Pre-Engineering — Pinson, 
Ala. 

Rasberry, William F., Jr. — Sophomore — Religion — B.S. 
U. — Ministerial Association — Bay Minette, Ala. 

Ray, Marvin E. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, Ala. 



ESTHER ROMAGOSA 




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Patton 

Patton 

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Paul 

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Peacock 

Peeples 

Peeples 

Pennington 

Penuel 

Perkinson 



Perkinson 

Perolio 

Perry 

Petty 

Pharr 

PHrFER 



Phifer 

Phillips 

Phillips 

Phillips 

Phillips 

Pickens 



Pickens 

Piper 

Poole 

Pope 

Posey 

Posey 



Pratt 

Presley 

Preston 

Price 

Price 

Price 



Prickett 
Proctor 
Propst 
Puckett 

PULLEN 

Rahn 



Raiford 

Rainer 

Rambeau 

Randle 

Rasberry 

Ray 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Raw — 

Raybon, Bill — Freshman — -Business Administration — Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Raymaker, Henry — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Reed, Marguerite S. — Freshman — English — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Reid, Cecil H. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Cullman, Ala. 

Reinhardt, James — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Sigma Nu — Montgomery, Ala. 

Rhodes, Charles — Freshman — Business Administration' — 
Sayre, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Richer, George E. — Freshman — Religious Education — 
Scottsboro, Ala. 

Rinkenberger, Barbara C — Junior — Biology — Alpha Del- 
ta Pi — Entre Nous Staff — Alpha Epsilon Delta — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Rinkenberger, Earl — Junior — Biology — Birmingham, Ala. 

Ritch, George B. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Birmingham, Ala. 

Roach, Lister R., Jr. — Freshman — Religion — Ministerial 
Association — Jackson, Ohio. 

Roberts, James E., Jr. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Huntsville, Ala. 

Third Raw — 

Roberts, William — Freshman — Religion — Phil Campbell, 
Ala. 

Robertson, L. T., Jr. — Sophomore — Business Administra- 
tion — Sigma Nu — Lt. Commander Sigma Nu — Crimson 
Business Manager — Bessemer, Ala. 

Robertson, William — Freshman — Business Management — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Robinson, Betty- — Freshman — Delta Zeta — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Robinson, Virginia — Sophomore — Business Administration 
— Alpha Delta Pi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Corley, Robert Clifton — Senior — English, Ministry — Min- 
isterial Association — Junior Senator — A Capella Choir- — - 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Fourth Raw — 

Roland, Peggy Joyce — Freshman — General — Lynch, Ken- 
tucky 

Rollins, Connie J. — Freshman — Home Economics — Delta 
Zeta — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 




Roper, Cecil M. — Freshman — Economics — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Crimson Staff — Hayden, Ala. 

Rudisill, Er-win W. — Sophomore — Electrical Engineering — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Ruffin, Nelda — Junior — English — Beta Sigma Omicron — 
Y.W.A.— Kappa Pi— Tallassee, Ala. 

Russell, B. M.— Junior — Languages — Dallas, Texas 

Fifth Raw — 

Russell, Forbus L. — Freshman — Dentistry — Warrior, Ala. 

Rusell, Jane — Junior — Economics — Beta Sigma Omicron — 
Vice-President Pan-Hellenic Counc 1 — Secretary Y.W.A. — 
Vice-President Junior Class — President Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron — Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Ryland, Gene — Freshman — Business Administration — Sig- 
ma Nu — Leeds, Ala. 

Sampley, Mozelle — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Fort Payne, Ala. 

Sample, Nell Rae — Junior — English — Beta Sigma Omicron 
— Secretary Sophomore Class — Secretary Student Body — 
Crimson Staff — P.A.C. — Birmingham, Ala. 

Schilleci, Joe — Freshman — Pre-Dental — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Schomberg, Joe T. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Seale, James H- — Freshman — Engineering — Childersburg, 
Ala. 

Segars, Jack — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Sharp, Ansel M. — Freshman — Mathematics — Sigma Nu — 
Entre Nous Staff — Rome, Ga. 

Shaw, Oscar W. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Sheats, Kyle B. — Sophomore— Pharmacy — Decatur, Ala. 

Seventh Raw — 

Shepherd, C. A., (Neil) — Junior — Aero Administration — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — B.S.U. Council — Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil — Birmingham, Ala. 

Simpson, Henry Grady, Jr. — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Pi 
Kappa Phi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Siniard, Emmett C. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Skipper, Virginia — Junior — History — Dormitory Council — 
Secretary B.S.U. — Vice-President Y.W.C.A. — Panama City, 
Fla. 

Slocum, Genie Rae — Sophomore — Dramatics — Alpha Delta 
Pi — Choir — Glee Club — Masauers — Mu Alpha Chi — B.S.U. 
Council — Dormitory Council — Birmingham, Ala. 

Slocumb, Ida Eunice — Freshman — General — Parrish, Ala. 

Eighth Raw — 

Smith, Byrdie Ann — Freshman — Biology — Phi Mu — Wes- 
ley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Smith, Eloise — Freshman — Sociology — Birmingham, Ala. 

Smith, Harriet Jane — Freshman — Medical Technician — Al- 
pha Delta Pi — Jellico, Tenn. 

Smith, Nancy — Freshman — Religion — Beta Sigma Omicron 
—Choir— Y.W.A.— Y.W.C.A.— Entre Nous Staff— Gads- 
den, Ala. 

Smith, Roy — Freshman — Pharmacy — Mu Alpha Nu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Snodgrass, James D. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 
Ninth Row — 

Snyder, Charlotte — Freshman — English — Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Songer, Helen — Freshman — General — Birmingham, Ala. 
Sorrell, John W., Jr- — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Birmingham, Ala. 
Sorrell, Julius A. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Alexander City, Ala. 
Sorrell, Willis C. — Freshman — General — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 
Speights, Carrie Lee — Freshman — Alpha Delta Pi — Jour- 
nalism — Center Point, Ala. 



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Robertson 

Robertson 

Robinson 

Robinson 

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Roland 

Rollins 

Roper 

Rudisill 

Ruffin 

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Russell 

Russell 

Ryland 

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Sample 

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Seale 

Segars 

Sharp 

Shaw 

Sheats 



Shepherd 

Simpson 

Siniard 

Skipper 

Slocum 

Slocumb 



Smith 
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UNDERGRADUATES 



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First Row — 

Stanley, David L. — Freshman- 
niston, Ala. 

Stanley, Ronald C. — Freshman — Pre-Med- 
Pahokee, Fla. 

Stanton, Joe W. — Freshman — Sociology — Lambda Chi Al- 
pha- — Alpha Phi Omega — Ashford, Ala. 

Steele, Henry D. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Brent, Ala. 

Stell, James T. — Freshman — Physical Education — Hackle- 
burg, Ala. 

Stem, William R. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Second Roiv — 

Sterman, Milton I. — Junior — Pharmacy — Kappa Nu — Al- 
pha Epsilon Delta — Tile and Mortar — Fayette, Ala. 

Still, Aileen — Freshman — Home Economics — Dietetics 
Club — Milstead, Ala. 

Stivender, James C. — Sophomore — Pre-Dental — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Student Senate — Inter-Fraternity Council — Presi- 
dent Pi Kappa Alpha — Tuskegee, Ala. 

Stockard, Arch M. — Freshman — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Stone, Robert C. — Freshman — Pre-Law — Birmingham, Ala. 

Stovall, Walter M. — Freshman — Journalism — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Crimson Staff — Student Who's Who — Athens, 
Ala. 

Third Row — 

Strain, John E. — Freshman — Business Administration- — 
Sigma Nu — Sylacauga, Ala. 

Strickland, Robert N. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Sigma Nu 
— Entre Nous Staff — Wesley Foundation — Mobile, Ala. 

Stuart, Martha Nell — Junior — English — Alpha Delta Pi 
— Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi — Entre Nous Staff — Spatula — 
Tile and Mortar, Y.W.A. — Dormitory Council — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Sturgeon Viola M. — Junior — Religion — Mission Band — 
Carrabelle, Fla. 

Tamplin, Paul R. — Sophomore — Engineering — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Taylor, Winifred — Sophomore — Pharmacy — President 
W.AA. '45— Lynn, Ala. 

Fourth Row — 

Teague, Doris — Junior — Economics — Mission Band — Y.W. 
A. — Courtland, Ala. 




Teague, Wallace E. — Sophomore — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 
Teel, Mary Evelyn — Freshman — Phi Mu — Bull-Pup Staff 

— Birmingham, Ala. 
Teele, Lonnie L. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Alabama City, 
Ala. 

Tennent, Gilbert A. — Sophomore — Engineering — Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Terry, Charles Lee — Freshman — History — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Mission Band — Springville, Ala. 

Fifth Row— 

Thomas, William H. — Sophomore — Pre-Law — Mu Alpha 
Nu President — Birmingham, Ala. 

Thomason, Eloise — Sophomore — History ■ — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Thompson, Balfour F. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Thompson, Coleman — Sophomore — History — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Thompson, David — Sophomore- — Chemistry- — Alpha Phi 
Omega — Entre Nous Staff — Mobile, Ala. 

Thompson, Floyd — Sophomore — Religion — Gadsden, Ala. 

Sixth Row — - 

Thompson, William — Freshman — General — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Thrasher, Imogene Freil — Junior — Pharmacy — Phi Mu — 
Tile and Mortar — Y.W.C.A. — Beauty Parade — Spatula — 
Dormitory Council — Fairfield, Ala. 

Tinney, Charles T. — Junior — Business Administration — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Tommie, Peggy — Junior — English — Phi Mu — Gadsden, Ala. 

Trent, Patricia — Freshman — General — Birmingham, Ala. 

Trotter, Kay — Junior — Engineering — Anniston, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Turner, Palmer — Junior — Psychology — Sigma Nu — Mu 
Alpha Chi — Kappa Pi — Crimson Staff — Entre Nous Staff 
— Wesley Foundation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Vandiver, Pa., Jr. — Junior — Spanish — Bessemer, Ala. 

/an Keuren, Edith — Sophomore — Biology — Alpha Delta 
Pi — Mu Alpha Chi — Entre Nous Staff — Student Who's 
Who — Secretary Alpha Delta Pi — Birmingham, Ala. 

Vann, Enos E., Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Vardaman, Jack — Freshman- — Business Administration — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Vlahakes, George — Sophomore — Religion — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Eighth Row — ■ 

Vickers, Roy — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wade, Samuel A. — Sophomore — Economics — Pi Kappa Phi 
— Pinson, Ala. 

Wadsworth, Frank A. — Junior — History — Kappa Phi Kap- 
pa — Warrior, Ala. 

Walden, Jack — Sophomore — Business Administration — Pi 
Kappa Alpha — Choir — Birmingham. Ala. 

Walden, Frances — Sophomore — Home Economics — Beta 
Sigma Omicron — Dietetics Club — Birmingham, Ala. 

Walker, Arthur L., Jr. — Freshman — Religion — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Ninth Row — 

Walker, Billy L. — Freshman — Reh'g'on — Pell City, Ala. 

Walker, Gifford L. — Freshmnn — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Walker, Gladys — Jurror— Eng'ish— B.S.U.— Y.W.C.A.— 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Walker, H. Gfrald — Soohomore — Religious Education — 
Ministerial Association — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wamsley, Roiert Martin — Freshman — Basic Engineer- 
ing — Sigma Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Ward, EnniE O. — Freshman — Pharmacy — Selma, Ala. 



JOHN POSEY 




Stanley 

Stanley 

Stanton 

Steele 

Stell 

Stem 



Sterman 
Still 

STrVENDER 

Stockard 

Stone 

Stovall 



Strain 

Strickland 

Stuart 

Sturgeon 

Tamplin 

Taylor 



Teague 

Teague 

Teel 

Teele 

Tennent 

Terry 



Thomas 

Thomason 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 

Thompson 



Thompson 

Thrasher 

Tinney 

Tommee 

Trent 

Trotter 



Turner 

Vandiyer 

Van Keuren 

Vann 

Vardaman 

Vlahakes 



VlCKERS 

Wade 

Wadsworth 

Walden 

Walden 

Walker 



Walker 

Walker 

Walker 

Walker 

Wamsley 

Ward 



UNDERGRADUATES 



First Ron — 

Ward, Hartwell H. — Junior — Pharmacy — Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Ward, Meredith O. — Junior — Pharmacy— Tile and Mor- 
tar — Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Ward William Joseph — Sophomore — English — Pi Kappa 
Alpha — Alpha Phi Omega — President Mu Alpha Chi — 
President Freshman Class '4 5- — Choir — Crimson Staff — 
B.S.U. Council--Birmingham, Ala. 

Wasson, Curt — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Sigma Nu — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Waters, Malard G., Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Brew- 
ton, Ala. 

Watkins, William C, Jr. — Junior — Business Administra- 
tion — Pi Kappa Alpha — Senator from Junior Class — North- 
port, Ala. 

Second Row — 

Watson, Charles — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Sigma Nu — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Watson, Geraldine Arledge — Junior — Business Adminis- 
tration — Beta Sigma Omicron — Pi Kappa Alpha Dream 
Girl — Entre Nous Staff— Beauty Parade — H-Day '4 5 — 
Y.W.A. — W.A.A. — Secretary Freshman Class — A Cappella 
Choir — Athens, Tenn. 

Watson, James R. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Pi Kappa Alpha 
— Treasurer Freshman Class — Brewton, Ala. 

Weaver, Gene S. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Weaver, Robert C. — Sophomore — Economics — Choir — B.S. 
U. Council — Crimson Staff — Talladega, Ala. 

Weaver, Virginia D. — Freshman — General — Brookwood, 
Ala. 

Third Row — 

Webb, Dewey D., Jr. — Freshman — Engineering — Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Webb, George H. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Mu Alpha Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Webb, Howard H. — Freshman — Education — Sigma Nu — 
Philadelphia, Miss. 

Welch, Norma Jean — Freshman — Religion — Montgomery, 
Ala. 

Welch, Wallace H. — Freshman — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Montgomery, Ala. 

Wellman, Russell, E. — Sophomore — Chemistry — Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 




Fourth Row — 

Wells, Edward — Freshman — Pharmacy — Gadsden, Ala. 

Wertz, Howard G. — Freshman — Chemistry — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wesson, Luke, Jr. — Sophomore— Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

West, Anita — Sophomore — Business Administration — Phi 
Mu — Birmingham, Ala. 

West, Bobbie L. — Sophomore — Biology — Lilly, Ga. 

West, J. Lloyd, Jr. — Sophomore — Pre-Law — Sigma Nu — 
Commander Sigma Nu — Entre Nous Staff — Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council — Birmingham, Ala. 

Fifth Row — 

West, Frank M. — Freshman — Business Administration — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

West, Robert O. — Freshman — Engineering — Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Wheeler, Charles E. — Sophomore — Business Administra- 
tion — Sulligent, Ala. 

White, Ed — Sophomore — History — Brewton, Ala. 

White, Mildred — Freshman — Pharmacy — Cullman, Ala. 

Whitehead, Beverly Jean — Sophomore — Business Adminis- 
tration — Phi Mu — Crimson Staff — Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth Row — 

Whttmon, Saranell — Sophomore — Dietetics — Delta Zeta — 
Dietetics Club — Tuscumbia, Ala. 

Whorton, Ralph F. — Freshman — Mathematics — Gadsden, 
Ala. 

Wilkins, Robert E. — Sophomore — Religion — Ministerial As- 
sociation — Birmingham, Ala. 

Williams, James H. — Freshman — Pre-Engineering — Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha — Hartselle, Ala. 

Williams, J. O. — Freshman — Pre-Med — Birmingham, Ala. 

Wilson, Leighton Clyde — Freshman — Engineering — Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Windham, Ben D. — Sophomore — English — B.S.U. — Minis- 
terial Association — Elba, Ala. 

Seventh Row — 

Winter, Evelyn — Junior — English — Y.W.A. — Mission 
Band — Fort Payne, Ala. 

Wintter, John E. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Tile and Mor- 
tar — Birmingham, Ala. 

Witte, Paul S. — Sophomore — Business Administration — 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Woodall, Nelson B. — Sophomore — Pharmacy — Scottsboro, 
Ala. 

Woodall, Sara — Junior — English — Mission Band — Y.W.A. 
— Center, Ala. 

Woodard, Oliver Ray — Sophomore — Physical Education — 
Pi Kappa Alpha — Haleyville, Ala. 

Worthington, Jack B. — Freshman — Business Administra- 
tion — Sigma Nu — Birmingham, Ala. 

Eighth Row — 

Wyatt, Clifford Don — Freshman — Pharmacy — Sigma Nu 
— Wesley Foundation — Springhill, Ala. 

Yeagfr, Eldred J. — Freshman — Engineering — Lambda Chi 
Alpha — Birmingham, Ala. 

Yarbrough, Robert Floyd — Sophomore — Pharmacy — 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Student Senate — Birmingham, Ala. 

Young, Jessie C, Jr. — Sophomore — Business Administra- 
tion — Pi Kappa Phi — Crimson Staff — Alabama City, Ala. 

Young, Martha Lou — Sophomore — Dietetics — Delta Zeta — 
Dream Girl Lambda Chi Alpha — Secretary Freshman Class 
— Vice-President Sophomore Class — Crimson Staff — Die- 
tetics Club — Student Who's Who — Birmingham, Ala. 

Zbinden, George L. — Freshman — Business Administration — 

Choir — Mission Band — Dothan, Ala. 
Zbinden. Jayne — Freshman — General — Choir — Mission 
Band — Dothan, Ala. 



LOUISE ANDERSON 











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Ward 

Ward 

Wasson 

Waters 

Watkins 



Watson 
Watson 
Watson 
Weaver 
Weaver 
Weaver 



Webb 

Webb 

Webb 

Welch 

Welch 

Wellman 



Wells 

Wertz 

Wesson 

West 

West 

West 



West 

West 

Wheeler 

White 

White 

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Whitmon 

Wharton 

Wilkins 

Williams 

Williams 

Wilson 

Windham 



Winter 

Wintter 

Witte 

WOODALL 

Woodall 

WOODARD 
WORTHINGTON 



Wyatt 

Yeager 

Yarbrough 

Young 

Young 

Zbinden 

Zbinden 



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 Professor Paul deLauney 



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STUDENT ACTIVITIES 




THE STUDENT 




OFFICERS 

Frank Donaldson 

President 

James Hall 

Vice-President 

Nell Rae Sample 

Secretary 

Elizabeth Alverson 

Treasurer 



The Student Government is composed of the 
four student body officers and the Student Senate. 

Frank Donaldson as student government presi- 
dent has presided at the meetings of the student 
assembly and has served as chairman of the Stu- 
dent Senate. 

James Hall, vice-president of student govern- 
ment has not only attended to his duties of as- 
sisting the student body president but was called 
on to fill the office of president when Frank grad- 
uated. 

Nell Rae Sample, secretary, has kept accurate 



accounts of all proceedings at the meetings of the 
Student Assembly and Student Senate. 

Elizabeth Alverson, treasurer, has performed her 
duties of keeping an accurate account of student 
activity funds. 

These four well-known personalities are mainly 
responsible for the smooth way our student gov- 
ernment has run this year. Competition was stiff 
for these four offices and we are mighty proud of 
the way the elected ones have served. Their work 
challenges future Student Governments and should 
serve as a good pattern for officers to follow. 



WOMEN'S STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 

OFFICERS 

Marjorie Perkinson. .. ...President 

Marie Raiford... Vice-President 

Annie Lois Holmes ... ....Secretary 




Mrs. I. R. Obenchain, Dean of Women, sponsors 
this organization which is composed of the presi- 
dents of all other women's organizations on the 
campus. This organization does have one primary 
characteristic which differentiates it, and that is 
that its functions are social — not political. 

Women's Student Government seeks to co-ordi- 
nate all the different women's groups in fostering 
social programs of a cultural nature. The organi- 
zation has done outstanding work in sponsoring 
chapel programs, social activities, and in recogniz- 
ing co-eds who have rendered outstanding service. 
One of the most prominent functions of this 



group is to give assistance to women students dur- 
ing Freshman orientation. 

A council composed of the presidents of the 
various women's organizations controls the policy 
of this organization. 

We believe that this organization has sighted a 
large field of opportunity and we appreciate, as 
do the other women students, the measures that 
have been taken this year by Mrs. Obenchain; 
Marjorie Perkinson, President; Marie Raiford, 
Vice-President; and the council in paving the way 
for next year's Women's Student Government. 



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GOVERNMENT... 




First Rolf: Frances Walker, James Hall, Elizabeth Alverson, Frank Donaldson, Nell Rae Sample, John 

Newell, Gene Garrick. 
Second Roiv: Martha Lou Young, Robert Smith, David Czachurski, Floyd Yarbrough, Clifton Corley, 

Bill Watkins, Mack Johnson, Gerry Mitchell, David Barksdale. 



STUDENT SENATE 



The Student Senate, leader and coordinator of 
student activities, is the highest student govern- 
ment group at Howard College. The Senate is 
composed of ten senators; four senators represent- 
ing the Senior Class, three senators from the Jun- 
ior Class, two senators selected by the Sophomore 
Class and one senator from the Freshman Class. 
These Senators are elected by popular vote by 
their respective classes in the spring quarter. 

Presiding over this panel is the president of the 
Student Body and as senators-at-large are the stu- 
dent body officers. 



The Senate has completed one year of financial 
success by appropriating funds from the Student 
Activity fees to the best advantage. Besides right- 
ly planning finances, the Senate appointed heads 
of the school publications and their Business Man- 
agers. Also the Senate prides itself in the All- 
Campus Watermelon Cutting held at Willow 
Wood and a Spectacular H-Day celebration. 

The past Senate has truly marked Howard as a 
center of a campus flooded with democratic prin- 
ciples, an ideal we are honored to know our school 
possesses. 



Elizabeth Alverson 
David Barksdale 
Howard Clark 
Clifton Corley 
David Czachurski 



MEMBERS 

Frank Donaldson 
Gene Garrick 
James Hall 
Mack Johnson 

John Newell, Student Auditor 



Nell Rae Sample 
Robert Smith 
Frances Walker 
Bill Watkins 

Floyd Yarbrough 



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THE 1947 







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"You don't have to be crazy to edit a yearbook, 
but it helps." This statement is not original but def- 
initely true. 

We hope that you will always feel proud of this 
thirty-third issue of the Entre Nous. The staff has 
worked hard to portray student life here at Howard 
in its first completely "post-war" issue. Few students 
realize the tremendous amount of work that goes into 
a publication, but it has been fun along with many 
headaches, long hours, and even to the giving-up 
point a few times. The war may be over, but certain 
materials and labor shortages are still with us. We 
had hoped to have this book in your hands by sum- 
mer but through no fault of our own was this issue 
delayed. 

We wanted you, as you thumb through this book 
in years to come (I hope) , to feel that you are carried 
back to this year at Howard. Our pictures were made 
and the book compiled with that in mind. This has 
been an eventful year with the largest student body 
Howard has ever had. The increase in students, how- 
ever, only seemed to magnify the friendly spirit that 
we of Howard boast. 

Maybe we haven't left impressions of everything 
that impressed you, but here is our result. Maybe we 
have caught the most important things. 



SEYMOUR WILKES 

RAI CARPENTER 

EDWARD LOVELL 



ENTRE NOUS 



THE STAFF 



Seymour Wilkes Editor 

Rai Carpenter.... Assistant Editor 

Edward Lovell --.Business Manager 

Frances Barksdale . Assistant Business Manager 
Esther Romagosa 
Marjorie Sue Barclift 
Barbara Rinkenberger 

Charles W. Ferguson General Assistants 

Lloyd West Greek Editor 

David Barksdale Fraternities 

Frances Walker Sororities 

Ansel Sharp Sports Editor 

Preston O'Berry 

Gerry A. Watson Assistant Sports Editors 



Neale Carter Features Editor 

Betty Ann Johnsey.... Assistant Features Editor 
Palmer Turner 

Joe McDow Features Writers 

Edith Van Keuren Art Editor 

Gloria Price 

Bob Strickland ...Art Assistants 

David Thompson ...Snapshot Editor 

Martha Nell Stuart... . .Senior Class Editor 

Annie Lois Holmes ... Junior Class Editor 

Joyce Griffin ....Sophomore Class Editor 

Nancy Smith Freshman Class Editor 

Charles Granade Ministerial Editor 



First Row: Lloyd West, Rai Carpenter, Seymour Wilkes, Edward Lovell, Martha Nell Stuart. 

Second Ron.' Betty Ann Johnsey, Jimsy Murphree, Esther Romagosa, Gloria Price, Barbara Rinkenberger, 

Ruth Newman, Edith Van Keuren. 
Third Row: Palmer Turner, Marjorie Sue Barclift, Preston O'Berry, Nancy Smith, Ansel Sharp, Charles 

Ferguson. 




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THE HOWARD 




HELEN HARRELL 



BOYCE ALBRIGHT 



L. T. ROBERTSON 



THE STAFF 

Helen Harrell Editor -hi -Chief 

Boyce Albright Assistant Editor 

L. T. Robertson Business Manager 

James Wade, Billy Cleveland Assistant Business Managers 

Jean Whitehead, Murrell Johnson Photographers 

Robert Weaver Front Page Editor 

Walter Stovall Second Page Editor 

Don Davis Sports Editor 

Rheba Morris Society Editor 

Feature News Writers 

James Wilson, L. T. Robertson, Cecil Roper, Martha Lou Young, Jesse Young, 
James Pratt, Palmer Turner, David Barksdale, Betty Mae Griffin, Loretta 
Rosebrough, Frances Walker, Charles Granade, Florence Kirby, Marjorie 
Sue Barci.ii t, Maxwell Preston, Peggy Hagood, Martha Anne Jenkins, Jo Grif- 
fin. 



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CRIMSON 



During the school year 1946-1947 usually at 
twelve o'clock noon the "Crimson" made its ap- 
pearance. Sometimes the publication was delayed 
until late afternoon. This happened frequently 
when we found the "Crimson" to consist of six 
pages instead of the usual four. 

The newspaper each week represented many 
hours of work by Editor Helen Harrell and her 
assistants. Working the major portion of the year 
under the double handicap of having no faculty- 
advisor or instructor in Journalism, the twice 
weekly staff meetings determined the final make- 
up of the "Crimson." 

Helen and her business manager, you may be 
surprised to know, invariably spent each Saturday 
at the printing company putting the paper to bed 
and thinking of ways to cut expenses as the supply 
of money available was always inadequate. 

Assistant Editor Boyce Albright's "Strickly 



Speaking", a front page feature, was one of the 
most widely read columns each week. Social, re- 
ligious, and sport events vied for headlines. It 
was not unusual for a dance to have Number One 
spot one week, then turns about, we found a re- 
ligious event or Howard's victory over Southern 
in a featured spot. We found the Crimson per- 
sonnel always in favor of publishing pictures and 
this we liked. 

Congratulations, Helen, for giving us the news 
while it was news and to James Wade and L. T. 
Robertson, Business Managers for 1946 and 1947 
respectively. 

The Student Constitution states that the Editor 
cf the Crimson will be elected each May by pop- 
ular election. This job is often one of the most 
sought after on the campus and incidentally, it 
and the business manager, are among the best 
paying. 



First Row: Boyce Albright, Helen Harrell, Robert Weaver. 

Second Ron-: Robert Thompson, Dennis Dodd, Marjorie Sue Barclift, Loretta Rosebrough, Murrell John- 
son, Jo Griffin, Betty Griffin, Fred Keller, Palmer Turner. 




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THE STAFF 

John Posey Editor 

Rheba Morris Assistant Editor 

David Barksdale 

Howard Wamack Business Managers 

Charles Granade... _ Religious Work 

Mary Evelyn Teel... ...Photography 

Marion McLendon Cover 

Charlsie Ann Posey 

Lucy Jane Arendell ... Typists 



JOHN POSEY 

RHEBA MORRIS 



DAVID BARKSDALE 
CHARLES GRANADE 



THE BULL PUP 



The Bull Pup is a pocket sized edition 
of every thing a student should know 
about what goes on on Howard's campus. 
The primary aim of this publication is to 
let the Freshmen in "on the know," giving 
them both information and advice. The 
distribution in the fall, however, was wel- 
comed by Freshmen and Upperclassmen 
alike. No matter how much a student 
thinks he knows, he can always learn a lit- 
tle more each year from his Bull Pup. 

In this year's Bull Pup one could find 
words to Howard's Alma Mater, hints to 
freshmen, library rules, and dormitory 
rules. Pictures of the college officials, stu- 



dent and class officers and publications 
editors are also included. A short article 
about each organization on the campus, in- 
cluding the Greeks, is an outstanding fea- 
ture. A copy of the revised Constitution 
of the Student Government was also a part 
of this year's Bull Pup. A great deal of 
praise is to be given to Hoyote Barren for 
his unusual division pages. 

During the war the publication of this 
book was discontinued due to the usual 
shortages. Much credit is due John Posey 
and his staff for doing such a splendid job 
in editing this year's book and reinstating 
another Howard Publication. 



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Second Row: Charles McDonald, Farris Southern, James Wade, John Moore. 

INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

Theo Massey President 

James Stivender Vice-President 

Lloyd West Secretary 

James Wood Treasurer 

Founded for the purpose of determin- Especially notable this year among its 

ing the policies of the Greek-letter so- activities were the two dances sponsored 

cieties, the Inter-Fraternity Council has by the Council, one of which was given 

become a vital force to the four fraterni- in cooperation with the sororities. Not to 

ties on the campus. Handling matters of be left unmentioned is the Inter-Fra 

common interest, it has done much to ternity Fun Night in which the frater- 

promote peace among these groups. Mem- nities vie for honors and which acts as a 

bership of the organization is composed climax to a year of keen competition in 

of two representatives from each "frat." intramural sports events. 

MEMBERS 

Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Nit 

James "Wood James Stivender Theo Massey Lloyd West 

James Wade Farris Southern John Moore Charles McDonald 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 



Virginia Casey 



President 



Jane Russell Vice-President 

Rai Carpenter Secretary 

Marie Raiford Treasurer 



The Pan-Hellenic Council, composed 
of two representatives from each of the 
four sororities, is recognized on the cam- 
pus as an organization typifying the fa- 
mous "Howard College Spirit." The pri- 
mary purposes of the group are to co- 
ordinate sorority activities, regulate rush 
rules, set up standards of conduct for the 
sorority girls and set up regulations re- 
garding the houses. 

Differences are brought to the in- 
formal meetings and ironed out through 



group discussions in which each sorority 
has a voice. 

Officers rotate periodically between 
the represented groups; and as a result of 
such splendid cooperation Pan-Hellenic 
has gone far and in the future will con- 
tinue to prove effective as a unifying 
factor on the campus. 

Mrs. I. R. Obenchain, Dean of Women 
and faculty advisor for the group, de- 
serves much credit for her energetic co- 
operation and untiring efforts to unify 
"her girls." 



Alpha Delta Pi 
Rai Carpenter 
Patricia Parker 



MEMBERS 

Ret a Sigma O micron Delta Zeta 

Jane Russell Dorothy Dodd 

Gerry A. Watson Marie Raiford 



Phi Mu 

Virginia Casey 
Katherine Deason 



First Row: Rai Carpenter, Jane Russell, Katherine Deason, Marie Raiford. 
Second Row: Patricia Parker, Gerry Watson, Virginia Casey, Dorothy Dodd. 




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ALPHA DELTA PI 




OFFICERS 

Rai Carpenter President 

Bettysu Bozeman... Vice-President 

Martha Nell Stuart Treasurer 

Edith Van Keuren Secretary 



Alpha Delta Pi, oldest of all women's social or- 
ganizations, was founded May 15, 1851 at Wes- 
leyan College, Macon, Georgia. 

The first group took as their name the Adcl- 
phean Society and chose blue and white as their 
colors. 

Our own Kappa Chapter was established at 
Judson College in 1910 and moved to Howard in 
1919. 

Throughout the past year the girls at Kappa 
have been striving to live up to the motto set 
forth by the original founders, "We live for one 
another," keeping in mind the purpose of their 
sorority "to better themselves morally, mentally, 
and socially." 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority is proud of her sister- 
hood for prominent women who have emerged 
from within her portals since 18 51 and with the 
new initiates and pledges, Kappa Chapter is well 
assured that the coming year will continue with 
the established standards. 

Wearers of the diamond may be found in such 



organizations as: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Tile and 
Mortar, Spatula, Pan-Hellenic, Mu Alpha Chi, Pi 
Gamma Mu, Masquers, Wesley Foundation, Jr. 
A.A.U.W., Entre Nous Staff, Beauty Section, 
Crimson Staff, Choir, representatives in H-Day 
Court, and the Sweethearts of Pi Kappa Phi and 
Sigma Nu. 

The social whirl of the Alpha Delta Pi year 
consisted of the birthday party at Roebuck cele- 
brating its 96th birthday, the wedding signifying 
the marriage of Ruth Rushee and Alpha Delta Pi 
Active, the Ranch Party, Swiss Tea and the 
Round-the-World Party. 

Perhaps the greatest highlight was the complete 
remodeling of the lodge. Complete redecoration 
on the interior of the house has certainly made it 
attractive. 

Thus, Kappa Chapter, with her brains and 
beauty has been one of Howard's most leading or- 
ganizations. From the above listed participations, 
you can easily understand how this statement can 
be made. 



Mar.torie Sue Barclift 
Frances Barksdale 
Carolyn Boyd 
Bettysu Bozeman 
Mary Jo Brown 

BlLLIE Jo BuTTERWORTH 

Incie Carlisle 
Rai Carpenter 



MEMBERS 

Joyce Griffin 

Betty Ann Johnsey 
Virginia Lowry 
Pi ggy Mackey 
Betty Miller 
Patricia Parker 

Margaret A. Peterson 



Gloria Price 

Barbara Rinkenberger 
Esther Romagosa 
Genie Rae Slocum 
Jane Smith 

Carrie Lee Speights 
Martha Nell Stuart 
Edith Van Keurfn 



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Barclift 
Barksdale 
Boyd 
Brown 



Butterworth 
Carlisle 
Carpenter 
Griffin 



Johnsey 
Lowry 
Mackey 

Miller 



Parker 
Peterson 
Price 

Rinkenberger 



romagosa 

Slocum 

Smith 



Seights 
Stuart 

Van Keuren 




KAPPA CHAPTER 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 




OFFICERS 

Jane Russell President 

Betty Byars. _ Vice-President 

Gerry Watson Secretary 

Betty Jane Hunt .... ...Treasurer 



Hi there! Here we are again — just a bunch of 
college co-eds joined together in the grand or- 
ganization of Beta Sigma Omicron. This year as 
always we've been busy with studies and those 
ever important extra-curricular activities. And 
though we are a sorority, there are quite a few 
fraternity pins around. Isn't that odd! 

We've had our lodge redecorated this year and 
through all the paint and disorder, we managed to 
keep smiling. The lodge became a south sea island 
for one of our parties and later our Nursery 
Rhyme Party brought to life all the old favorites. 
A series of parties were given honoring each fra- 
ternity at Howard and as warm weather arrived, 
we rode off for a houseparty, and oh what fun. 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity looked the campus 
over and then dedicated Dream Girl of PiKA to 
Geraldine Arledge Watson. We are especially 



proud of Nell Rae Sample for being elected Secre- 
tary of the Student Body, and did those Beta Sigs 
look good in the Entre Nous Beauty Parade. 

Volley ball entered our activities and we set 
out to keep the volley ball cup again this year and 
that we did. Our game vs the women's faculty 
team was really a treat for they were such won- 
derful sports. Basketball and Softball were fun, 
too, but, uh, we weren't too victorious. 

The noise that shook Howard this spring was 
our cheers for joy when Martha Ann Ingram was 
crowned Queen of H-Day, having been elected by 
popular vote. 

Yes, we've managed to keep busy. As for our 
studies, Gaye Byars was tapped for Hypatia and 
the rest of us — well, we are still in school and 
wishing all of you many pleasant days at Howard. 



MEMBERS 



Olive Bailey 
Ann Breeden 
Margie Brown 
Tinker Brown 
Mary Elizabeth Byars 
Dorothy Comfort 
Polly Covincton 
Ollie Corneulis 
Dorothy Fant 
Nina Faye Farr 



Annie Erie Hermann 
Betty Jane Hunt 
Billie Hurst 
Martha Anne Ingram 
Jean Jacks 
Maude Ellen Jordan 
Sue McGraw 

VONCEIL McLENDON 

Bettie Payne 



Charlsee B. Posey 
Nelda Ruffin 
Jane Russell 
Nell Rae Sample 
Nancy Smith 
Virginia Thompson 
Frances Walden 
Mary Waldrop 
Madeline Ward 
Gerry Arledge Watson 



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Bailey 
Breeden 
Brown 
Brown 



Byars 
Comfort 
Cornelius 
Covington 



Fant 
Farr 

HrRMAN 

Hunt 



Hurst 
Ingram 
Jacks 
Jordan 



McGraw 
McLendon 
Payne 
Posey 

Ruffin 
Russell 
Sample 

Smith 

Thompson 
Walden 
Waldrop 
Ward 
Watson 




BETA BETA CHAPTER 



E 1 T A 



Z E T A 




OFFICERS 

Marie Raiford President 

Juanita Hayes Vice-President 

Frances Walker ^Secretary 

Helen Harrell Treasurer 



The girls of Alpha Pi Chapter of Delta Zeta are 
more than average college coeds. They combine a 
good time with the more serious side of school as 
shown by their wide scope of activities. Sorority 
members are found in almost all of the campus or- 
ganization: Masquers, Student Senate, Hypatia, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Cheerleader Squad, editor of the 
Crimson, Pan-Hellenic, Y.W.A. and B.S.U.. Die- 
tetics, Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges, several H-Day repre- 
sentatives, and first place winner in the Entre 
Nous Beauty Parade. 

The Delta Zetas really like to be together and 
they are noted for their entertainment, as shown 
by the banquet and dance, slumber parties, the 



Dogpatch jamboree, progressive dinners, several 
hikes and picnics, the pledge-planned skating 
party and street dance, and numerous rush parties. 
Besides participating in campus activities and 
having a good time at parties and socials, the Delta 
Zetas are interested in each other. There is a 
spirit of devotion and loyalty among these sisters 
seldom found in a sorority group. As each girl 
learns to cooperate with the other members, she 
also has the opportunity to develop her individual 
character, encouraged and helped by her sisters. As 
she prepares herself for the future, whether it be 
for a career or for homemaking, the Delta Zeta 
girl who wears the golden lamp tries to exemplify 
the true ideal of a college coed. 



MEMBERS 



Mary Dickinson 
Dorothy Dodd 
Hazel Fancher 
Betty Floyd 

Marguerite Frost 
Betty Grii i in 

Marylin Hammond 



Helen Harrell 
Juanita Hayes 
Betty King 
Betty Milner 

Mary Lou Mitc hell 
Marcia O'Neal 



Marie Raiford 
Betty Robinson 
Connie Rollins 
Barbara Tucker 
Frances Walker 

Saranell Whitmon 
Martha Lou Young 



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Dickinson 
Dodd 

Fancher 
Floyd 



Frost 
Griffin 
Hammond 
Harrell 



Hayes 
King 

Milner 



Mitchell 
O'Neal 
Raiford 



Robinson 
Rollins 
Tucker 



Walker 
Whitmon 
Young 




AlPHA PI CHAPTER 



P H I 



M U 




OFFICERS 

Mary Katherine Deason President 

Virginia Casey ..^Vice-President 

Gene Morris Ball ..Secretary 
Helen Counts Treasurer 



"There's A Reason Why" Alpha Gamma Chap- 
ter of Phi Mu so consistently shows up well when 
campus honors are being reckoned. The reason 
lies in the individuality of the girls tempered by 
the band of love and loyalty to "The Faithful 
Sisters." 

Benna Jean Jones, Florence Kirby, and Billye 
Walker were chosen Sweethearts of Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Sigma Nu, and Pi Kappa Alpha respec- 
tively. Phi Mu had four semi-finalists in the beauty 
parade, runner-up for "Miss H-Day" and two 
other members of the Court. Joyce Baker and 
Jimsy Murphrce were in the cast of "You Can't 
Take It With You;" Jean Penuel and Jimsy had 
the leads in "Engaged." Elizabeth Gwin repre- 
sented Howard in the "Maid of Cotton" contest in 
Memphis. 

Helen Davidson and Jimsy Murphree were tap- 
ped for Hypatia, and Phi Mus serve as treasurer 
of the student body, president of the dormitory 



council, secretary of the B.S.U. Council, and presi- 
dent of the Wesley Foundation. Offices are also 
held in Masquers, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Mu Alpha 
Chi and the Spatula Club, with members in Kappa 
Pi, Tile and Mortar, Choir, Chi Alpha Sigma, Die- 
tetics Club, and the Entre Nous Staff. 

Phi Mus was outstanding in athletics again this 
year, winning the basketball and softball trophies 
and placing second in the volleyball tournament. 

Highlights on the Phi Mus social calendar were 
the Valentine Tea, buffet suppers, open house, 
and the Rose and White Ball in April. 

Historically, Phi Mu was formed from a local 
society called the Philomathean which was or- 
ganized at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, 
March 4, 18 52, by Mary Dupont Lines, Mary My- 
rick Daniels, and Martha Hardaway Redding. On 
June 24, 1904, the name was changed to Phi Mu 
and a policy of expansion adapted. 



Edith Adcock 
Jocelyn Allen 

Elizabeth Alverson 
Joyce Baki r 

Gene Morris Ball 

Mary Vesta Barnard 
Frances Carmack 
Virginia Casey 

Gerry Churchwell 
Dorothy Clark 
Helen Counts 



MEMBERS 

Helen Davidson 
Kathryn Deason 
Virginia Falkner 
Virginia Heifner 
Annie Lois Holmes 

Kathryn Johns 
Benna Jean Jones 
Florence Kirby 
Rheba Morris 
Jimsy Murphree 
Marie NY-Smith 



Ruth Newman 
Jean Penuel 

Tommie Reinhardt 
Dorothy Roberson 
Byrdie Ann Smith 

Mary Evelyn Teel 

Imogene Friel Thrasher 
Peggy Tommie 
Billye Walker 
Anita West 

Jean Whitehead 



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Adcock 
Allen 
Alverson 
Baker 



Ball 

Barnard 
Carmack 
Casey 



Churchwell 
Clark 
Davidson 
Deason 



Falkner 
Heifner 
Holmes 
Johns 



Jones 
Kirby 
Morris 

Murphree 

NeSmith 
Penuel 
Reinhardt 
Smith 
Teel 

Thrasher 
Tommie 
Walker 
West 

Whitehead 




ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




OFFICERS 

James Wood ... ^President 

Ferrell Lawrence Vice-President 

Floyd Yarbrough Secretary 

Robert Ferguson Treasurer 



Lambda Chi Alpha has grown this year — both 
in membership and stature. 

The Lambs proved themselves good sports by 
winning the inter-fraternity Softball champion- 
ship, summer quarter, and the inter-fraternity 
football championship, fall quarter. There are 
three men on the college basketball team and Ike 
Davis serves as president of the Intramural Coun- 
cil. 

Frank Donaldson, president of the student body, 
is assisted by three brothers, newly elected presi- 
dents of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. 

Regular consecration services have been held 
with outstanding speakers. The object of conse- 
cration services being a rededication to fraternity 
ideals. 



The TAZ, bi-yearly publication, made its ap- 
pearance and was well received. 

"More fellowship" seemed to be the social motto 
this year. The proverbial "Lawrence Fellowship 
Award" became an actuality when Ferrell himself 
presented the award at the annual "Dream Girl 
Banquet", held this year for Benna Jean Jones, 
Phi Mu. 

Lambs took great pride in entertaining all Sor- 
orities at Friday luncheons. According to the gals 
this "eating" idea was a bright spot on the social 
calendar. 

The fraternity realizes that there is much fault 
to be found with it, as with any such organiza- 
tion, but hopes to overshadow it with achievement 
and earn a position of recognition on the campus. 



H. E. Baker 

David Barksdale 
Boyd Barnard 
Reese Barrow 

Harold H. Benson 
William Bowen 
John H. Burks 
Julius Byars 

John Cannon 
Harold Coffey 

Jimmie Countryman 
Richard Courtney 

James Craven 

David Czachurshi 

Joe Daugherty 

Lenvel Davis 



MEMBERS 

Frank Donaldson 
Charles Dowdy 
James Dykes 

Robert Ferguson 

J. B. Jackson 

Robert Johnson 
Ferrell Lawrence 
Edward Lovell 

Emery Lowry 
Harry Manning 
Clarence Mayo 
Joe McDow 

James Merk 
Robert Meshad 
Robert Milewsky 
Amos Moore 



Garland Moore 
Steve Moore 
George Murphy 
Tommy Noe 

Louis O'Conni r 
T. G. Parker 
W. D. Peeples 
Cecil Reed 

Joe Schieleci 
Willis Sorrell 
Joe Stanton 
John Turner 

James Wade 
Jimmy Wood 

Robert Yarbrough 
Elred Yeager 



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Baker 

Barksdale 
Barnard 
Barrow 

Benson 

BOWEN 



Burks 
Bvars 
Cannon 
Coffey 

Countryman 
Courtney 



Craven 

Czachurshi 
Daugherty 
Davis 

Donaldson 
Dowdy 



Dykes 

Ferguson 
Jackson 

Johnson 
Lawrence 
Lovell 



Lowry 
Manning 
Mayo 
McDow 
Merk 
Meshad 



MlLEWSKY 

Moore 
Moore 
Moore 

Murphy 
Noe 



O'Conner 
Parker 
Peeples 
Reid 
schieleci 
Sorrell 



Stanton 
Turner 
Wade 
Wood 

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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




OFFICERS 

James Stivender SMC 

Winfred Brown IMC 

Ralph Glidewell SC 

Othneil Whitmon ThC 



Pi Kappa Alpha has been one of the leading fra- 
ternities on Howard's campus since 1911. During 
the past year it was represented in such organiza- 
tions as Trident, Tile and Mortar, Mu Alpha Chi, 
and Alpha Phi Omega. 

Politically Pi KA ranked well during the past 
year. Boyce Albright was elected Editor of the 
Crimson for next year. 

Sportively Pi Kappa Alpha won the intermural 
basketball championship, and later won the Bir- 



mingham College championship by defeating the 
Birmingham-Southern intermural champions. In 
the spring the Pikes won the fraternity soft ball 
championship. 

Among the social events of the year was a 
week-end houseparty at Double Oak Mountain 
Park. Also high on the list was the Homecoming 
dinner and dance held at Highland Park Country 
Club. Highlight of that affair was the pinning of 
Gerry Arledge as the Dream Girl. 



Boyce Albright 
Richard E. Allen 
Carol Blackerby 
Jack Bridges 
Marshall Brittian 
Earl Brown 
Oswyn Brown 
Winfred Brown 
John Buchanan 
Robert Burns 
William Calton 
John Chandii r 
Howard Clark 
James Cobern 
Jerry Cole 
Gilbert Cook 
Hugh Davison 
Thomas Dowdle 
James Farmer 

Ralph Glidewell 



MEMBERS 

James Grimwood 
Eddie Hall 
Don Hi rndon 
Ray Howell 
Stanley Howell 
Wallace Howell 
Clarence Hudson 
Walton Isaacs 
Bob Knight 
E. C. Lewis 
James Low i rv 
Claude Mathis 
Sidney McDonald 
John McIntyre 
Van McNeal 
Theron Moss 
Bruce Philips 
John Posey 

W. H. Powell, Jr. 
Norman Rahn 
Howard Wertz 

Othneil Whitmon 
Elbert Williams 
James Williams 
Oliver Woodard 



William Raybon 
Cecil Roper 
George Sharp 

C. A. (Neil) Shepherd 
Julius Sorrell 
Farris Southern 
Robert N. Smith 
James Stivender 
Walter Stovall 
Paul Tamplin 
Gdlbert Tenent 

Coleman Thompson 

Robert Thompson 
Charles Tinney 
Jack Vardaman 
Herbert Vines 
Jack B. Walden 
William J. Ward 
William Watkins 
James Watson 



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Blackerby 
Bridges 
Brittain 
Brow x 
Brown 



Brown 

Buc HAN AN 
Burns 
Calton 
Chandi 1 R 
Clark 

COBERN 



Cole 
Cook 
Davison 
Dowdle 
Farmer 
Glidewell 
Grimwood 



Hall 

Hfrndon 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Hudson 
Isaacs 



Knight 
I i wis 
Low i k\ 
Mathis 

McDonald 
McIntyri 
McNeal 



Moss 
Philips 
Posey 
Powell 
Rahn 
Raybon 
Ropi r 



Sharp 

Shi phi rd 
Sorrell 
Southern 
Smith 

Stivender 
Stovall 

Tamplin 
Tenent 
Thompson 
Thompson 
Tinney 
Vardaman 
Vines 
Walden 

Ward 

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The Pi Kappa Phis at Howard really had a big 
deal this past year playing host to the national 
convention. Pi Kaps from all over the country 
flocked to Birmingham, and the girls from How- 
ard turned out to show off their southern hospi- 
tality. The last week of August was filled with 
dances, banquets and parties. During the next 
fall the girls on the campus were sporting silver 
dagger pins with our frat crests and were writing 
letters to our brothers from Washington State to 
Florida. 

The war wiped out the Alpha Zeta Chapter, but 
after the Navy came to Howard, it sprang back 
to life. When the war ended, a few old members 
trickled home. As a result of the great deal of 
hard work these old timers put out, the chapter 
gradually gained in strength. Our Sweethearts, 
Marilyn Jo Prince and then Frances Barksdale, 
were of immeasurable help to us in their untiring 



OFFICERS 

Theo Massey Arcon 

John Moore Secretary 

Ike Trogden Treasurer 

Ed Speir Historian 



effort to build up the fraternity. 

For many, Pi Kappa Phi has been an integral 
part of Howard life. We were founded on the 
ideals of the Old South; and although we have 
spread throughout the entire country, we have 
endeavored to maintain the fine points of southern 
tradition. Our background and endeavors are 
congruous to those of Howard College itself, in 
fact parallel and amplify those of the school. 
Neither could have been quite the same without 
the other. 

Fraternities serve a far greater purpose than be- 
ing simply a social organization. They are in- 
tended primarily to foster intra-campus coopera- 
tion and to broaden the perspective of all the stu- 
dents, to generate interest in all manner of activi- 
ties. If the Star and Lamp of Pi Kappa Phi has 
meant much to Howard in the past, it shall mean 
even more in the future as it grows and increases 
with the colleges. 



MEMBERS 



Henry Ballard 
T. A. Baker 

William H. Black 
Felton Bodine 
Hugh Claughton 
Inos Evans 
John Gibson 



James Justice 
James Marsh 
Theo Massey 
Bill Masters 
Jim Millican 
John Moore 
Jack Nearn 



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M. D. Powell 
Oscar Shaw 
Grady Simpson 
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Arther Wade 
Jessie Young 



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OFFICERS 

Lloyd "West Commander 

L. T. Robertson... .. Lieutenant -Commander 
Benjamin Ball ._ Recorder 

Gene Gwin Treasurer 



Sigma Nu at Howard had its beginning when 
Iota Chapter was founded in 1879. 

By proper function the fraternity supplements 
the work of the college classrooms by stimulating 
intellectual interests; by enabling a social develop- 
ment whereby a man understands his fellowmen; 
and by helping to develop sound character. 

The Declaration of Principles of Sigma Nu 
cherishes the right of fellowship among selected 
groups of college men, but stands for that type of 
fellowship which is sound, wholesome and manly. 
The fellowship cherished is held to rest upon con- 



fessed doctrine of belief which honors love, truth, 
honor, learning and democracy. For democracy, 
the Fraternity declares the whole thought of our 
founders was for a broad, sympathetic, and gen- 
erous judgment of our fellowmen. 

"Only the consciousness of a purpose that is 
mightier than any man and worthy of all men can 
fortify, inspire, and compose the souls of men." 
For Sigma Nu there is the cross of the Legion of 
Honor, the White Star of Sigma Nu, and what it 
symbo'izes. 



Claudie B. Baker 
Benjamin T. Ball 
Charles Barksdale 
Morris Battle 
Charles Baugh 
William Bentley 
Morton Borland 
Bury Brown 
L. V. Chafin 

Charles Cleveland 
Stdney Conner 
Elbert Craig 
James Dorough 
William Farrar 
Edward Fendley 
William Floyd 
Gene Gwin 
James Hayes 
John Hight 
Roscoe Hogan 



MEMBERS 

Fred Keller 
John Kelley 
Kermit Kerley 
Frank Lively 
Robert Lott 
James Lovette 
Melvin Lovette 
Charles Malloy 
Malcolm McAllister 
Charles McDonald 
Robert McLeod 
Donald Mills 

Kenneth Nelson 
Preston O'Berry 
James Ogletree 
James Orr 

Thomas Parks 

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Frank Rains 

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I. T. Robertson 
Gene Ryland 
Ansel Sharp 
Joe Skelton 

Ronald Stanley 
Edward Strain 

Robert Strickland 
Emmette Tarrant 
Palmer Turner 
Robert Wamsley 
Curt Wasson 
Charles Watson 
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Howard Webb 
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HAMMIE 



Students may travel the world from 
college to college and university to uni- 
versity but to find a person as capable 
and well-suited for the position of 
"House-Mother" to a group of college 
girls — no where would they find a more 
loveable person than Mrs. J. D. Hamrick. 
"Hammie," as she is known to all the 
Renfroe and Inflation girls, is far more 
to us than just a House-Mother. 

With her guidance and helpful ideas 
"Hammie" offers not only to Howard's 
dormtiory girls but to the girls who have 
gone all over the world a challenge to be 
girls the world would be proud to call 
their own. She challenges them so by de- 



siring girls to possess high morals, girls to 
be ardent Christians, girls that do the 
right things in life because they believe in 
high principles — and above all. Hammie 
never forgets or wants others to forget 
that it is the little things in life that count. 

We who know Hammie will never for- 
get the friendship and inspiration she of- 
fers to all that are willing to accept. 

Perhaps an occasional controversy pre- 
sents itself, but with her keen perserver- 
ance, Hammie always maintains close co- 
operation and a tie between the dormi- 
tory and the girl who will remain in the 
hearts of Howard's dormitory girls as a 
very important phase in their life. 



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THE BEAUTIES 



We were extremely lucky in having Johnny 
Long select our beauties in person this year. John- 
ny's band was playing an engagement in Birming- 
ham just at the time we needed him most. He 
graciously consented to come out between closely 
scheduled appearances to meet our beauties. Even 
though Johnny's stay on the campus was short, 
his personality was evidenced by the way he was 
received. There was nothing formal about his 
visit and he insisted on meeting every person pres- 
ent to welcome him. 

All our beauties were present to meet Johnny 
Long and had the opportunity of talking with 
him. Mr. Long did not rush into his decisions 
but took quite some time, making them in the 
quietness of his dressing room. Just in case he 
needed a reminder about the qualifications of the 
beauties, the fifteen pictures in this book were 
constantly before him to serve as reminders. He 
said it was very difficult to arrive at decisions, 
but we think he knows his business about beauties. 



JOHNNY LONG 



Left to Right: Gloria Price, 
Martha Ann Ingram, Betty 
Milner, Tommie Reinhardt, 
Joyce Baker, Mary Lou 
Mitchell, Patricia Parker, 
Johnny Long, Frances Barks- 
dale, Billye Walker, Benna 
Jean Jones, Gerry Watson, 
Sue McGraw, Nelda Ruffin. 







SPORTS 












OUR ATHLETIC 




COACH C. E. McCARYER 



It is to the credit of our institution that we 
have such a capable person as Dr. McCarver at 
the head of our physical education department. 
The P.E. department should have a bright future 
under the leadership of Dr. McCarver. The edifi- 
cation of the tennis courts and the splendid in- 
tramural programs have been due to Coach Mc- 
Carver's efforts. 

Dr. McCarver is a born athlete. He attended 
high school in Ballinger, Texas, and while there 
he lettered in football, basketball, track, baseball, 
and tennis. He captained the foot ball team his 
senior year. 

In college, Coach McCarver devoted his time to 
football and track. He attended Howard-Payne, 
in Texas. He played halfback for ole Howard- 
Payne, and while playing four years, his team won 
the conference championship three times. Coach 
was noted All-Conference for three years. He also 
played in the North-South game in 1930. He 



was elected to the captaincy of his team one year. 

In track at Howard-Payne, Coach participated 
in the 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, 220 high 
hurdles, and 120 high hurdles. 

After graduating from Howard-Payne, he at- 
tended George Washington University, where he 
received his master's degree in Physical Education. 
From George Washington, Dr. McCarver attended 
the University of Texas, and, in 1942, he received 
his doctor's degree. 

Coach McCarver returned to his alma mater, 
Howard-Payne, and coached basketball and track. 
His teams were extremely successful. His foot- 
ball teams won four championships and his track 
teams won every year. 

Coach McCarver is very well liked. He has 
gained the respect of his students by demonstrat- 
ing that he knows his field. This is his first year 
and he is only getting started. Howard's athletic 
program can depend on a big improvement. 



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DIRECTORS 




COACH DONALD LANCE 



We take pleasure in introducing Miss Katherine 
Horton, (below) who for the past several years, 
has done a great job in leading the "females" on 
the campus through intramural sports and physical 
education periods. Since knowing her very well 
we can truthfully say that she is a very capable 
person and made this very difficult job look like 
an easy one. As Miss Horton bids adieu to old 
Howard we wish for her lots of good luck in her 
new "status", (if you get what I mean) 



As this was Coach Lance's 
(above) first year at Howard as 
basketball coach, he did a remark- 
able job. A coach has never faced 
a harder assignment than he did. 
He had only four boys who had 
previous experience in college ball. 
Lowry was handicapped all season 
by an injured knee. One of the 
things that hurt the "Bulldogs" 
most was the fact that the boys 
had never played together. Lack of 
teamwork, and inexperience were 
the main obstacles before Coach 
Lance at the beginning of the sea- 
son. By displaying superior coach- 
ing ability, he was able to overcome 
the difficulties and transformed the 
Bulldogs into a unit that was determined to fight 
every minute of every game. 

Coach played high school ball in El Paso, Texas. 
At El Paso, he made All-District, and he was voted 
the most valuable player. After graduating from 




MISS KATHERINE HORTON 



high school, he attended Texas College of Mines, 
where he played one year as a freshman and three 
years on the varsity. Coach made All-Conference 
for three years. During his junior year his team 
won the conference championship. 



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VARSITY BASKET 




GAMES AND SCORES 

Opponent Howard 

Birmingham-Southern 37 3 5 

Mississippi Delta 68 5 

Mississippi State- 57 32 

Jacksonville State Teachers' 41 3 9 

Mississippi State 3 41 

Birmingham-Southern 3 5 45 

Chattanooga 57 5 

Sewanee 31 48 

Jacksonville State Teachers' 62 40 

Fort Benning 36 45 

Mercer . 42 45 

Mercer 47 34 

Springhill 42 5 8 

Chattanooga 3 5 42 

Fort Benning 49 73 

Loyola 44 36 

Birmingham-Southern - 51 5 5 

Mississippi Delta 48 49 

Sewanee 37 45 

Springhill 41 3 9 

Loyola 5 8 32 

Totals 948 933 



CAPTAIN DENHAM AND COACH LANCE 



First Row: Harold Patton, Frank Wadsworth, John Key, Al Denham, James Merk, Granville Myrick, 

David Barksdale. 
Second Row: Coach Lance, Joe Daugherty, Miles Dean, Harold Parks, Pap Ball, Emery Lowry, Don 

Davis. 




BALI 



THE BULLDOGS 

There isn't a sport any more exciting than a 
close basketball game, and this year's basketball 
team really gave us lots of excitement. There 
were times when our hearts were broken after a 
last minute defeat, and there were occasions when 
the fighting "Bulldogs" came from behind to edge 
out a last second victory. 

The "Bulldogs" commenced the season by play- 
ing host to their arch-rivals, Birmingham-South- 
ern. For the first three quarters it looked like a 
runaway for Southern. In the final period the 
"Bulldogs" found the range and tied the score at 
3 5-all. With only a few second to play, Southern 
scored a field goal to win 37-3 5. 

After the game with Southern, our boys lost 
three more games straight. The last defeat going 
to Jacksonville 41-39. 

Coach Lance's "Bulldogs" met and conquered 
the highly favored Mississippi State Quintet 41-39 
for their first victory in five games. This game 
featured the "Bulldogs" completely out-fighting 
the Mississippi boys to earn a well deserved vic- 
tory. 

We were out for revenge when our cagers met 
Southern on their court. The cheers for Howard 
were loud and strong. Our team turned in a 
superb job of shooting and ball handling to re- 
deem their past loss and wallop their old enemies 
45-35. 

Then the basketball team took on Chattanooga, 
loosing in an overtime period 57-50. After Chat- 
tanooga, we won a smashing victory over Se- 
wanee 48-3 1. Jacksonville had a hot night to beat 
our boys to the tune of 62-40. The "Bulldogs" 
came roaring back to romp over Fort Benning 
45-3 6. Then they split games with Mercer, de- 
feated Springhill, took Chattanooga in a return 
match, beat Fort Benning, and dropped one to 
the strong Loyola five 44-3 6. 

Then came the thrilling rubber game between 
the Howard College "Bulldogs" and the Birming- 
ham Southern "Panthers" to determine the city 
champs. The "Bulldogs" just simply had to bite 
the "Panthers"! The game was a closely-fought 
one, but we were crowned city champs by turning 
back our cross-town opponents 5 5-51. 

The Howard-Mississippi Delta contest was the 
"Bulldogs" foremost game. The score was tied 
and untied so many times after the three minute 
whistle that it made the spectators dizzy. In 
earning the victory by 49-48, the "Bulldogs" dis- 
played their best game of the year. 

To terminate our basketball season we defeated 
Sewanec, lost a close one to Springhill and were 
defeated by Loyola. At the end of the season, 
the "Bulldogs" had eleven victories and ten de- 
fens. 

HOWARD-VULCAN GAME 





MEET 



CAPTAIN AL DENHAM 

"Captain Al" was the deadliest set shot 
artist on Howard's team. He was the high 
scorer with 242 points. Al commenced this 
year where he left off in 1942, as the star 
of the "Bulldogs". "Captain Al's" accurate 
shots will be long remembered, and he will 
go down in the laurels of Howard's basket- 
ball history as one of it's foremost players. 

"PAP" BALL 

"Pappy" was the best defensive man on 
the team. He had an unusual ability of be- 
ing wherever his man was. "Pap" was al- 
ways fighting for the ball. Numerous times 
"Pap" was sent into the game with the 
score tied, and he cracked with a field goal 
that put Howard in the lead. 

JOE DAUGHTER Y 

Joe was a very capable substitute. He 
played in most of the games and did a re- 
markable job. Joe's speciality is faking and 
is quite good at it, as Howard's opponents 
will readily admit, and has the speed to go 
with it. 

DON DAVIS 

What really makes a good team is a player 
that fights and scraps every minute of the 
game. Don Davis represents this type of 
player. Don used his 5' 11" to take re- 
bounds from the opponents 6 footers. Don 
was rough, and a better than fair shot. 

MILES DEAN 

"Big Miles" was the most versatile player 
en the squad. He played equally well as 
guard, center, and forward. Big Miles was 
always a threat to the opposing team. He 
was Howard's main stay in getting the ball 
on rebounds. 

JOHN KEY 

John lettered in 1942 along with Al, and 
he was one of the players that Coach Lance 
built this year's team around. John was the 
coolest and most dependable player on the 
team. He could always be counted on to 
play his usual bang-up game. 



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THE PLAY 




EMORY LOWERY 

A knee injury was a life saver for How- 
ard's opponents. Although handicapped all 
year, Lowery played a brilliant game. He 
was the team's tallest man, and he always 
made a big contribution to the team's score. 
Lowery was great in following shots and tip- 
ping the ball in the basket. 

JAMES MERK 

"Mickey" was the fastest man on the 
squad. A hustler from start to finish. Merk 
really made the starters fight to maintain 
their starting assignment. 



GRANVILLE MYRICK 

With this year's experience under his belt, 
Granville Myrick should give the "Bulldogs" 
some added strength next year. He displayed 
a fighting spirit throughout the season and 
was showing much improvement in the lat- 
ter part of the season. 

"RED" PARKS 

"Red" came to Howard during mid-bas- 
ketball season. His contributions are one of 
the reasons why the Bulldogs transformed 
into a winning club. "Red" is quick and he 
really looks at home on the basketball court. 



FRANK WADSWORTH 

Frank was the team's best ball handler. 
He was continuously stealing the ball from 
the opposing team. Frank was at his best in 
the upset victory over Delta State. He 
scored 17 points, besides playing a superb 
floor game. Delta State won't forget Frank, 
and neither will Howard. 

HAROLD PATTON 

It seems that Howard Basketeers could not 
have done without the services of Bill Pat- 
ton as manager of the team. "Chip" gave 
way to some better cagers during the first 
of the season but came back to do a bang-up 
job as manager of our 1946-47 Bulldogs. 




THE PLAYERS IN 



1. One of the best set shot artist on this years' basketball 
team was Pap Ball. Pappy had a dead eye for the hoop and 
continually added points to the final score. 

2. Although being one of the shortest men on the squad, 
Joe Daugherty made up for his lack of height by being 
quick, fast, and tricky. Joe was an exceptionally good 
passer as this action shot indicates. 

3. Don Davis is a Pennsylvania boy, but to watch him 



scrap on the ball court one would think that he is a full 
fledged Rebel. Don plays basketball as rough as good basket- 
ball players can play. 

4. Miles Dean was a stalwart on the team. Miles used 
his 6 2 as good as any coach could ask. 

J. Howard College has to say good bye to one of the 
greatest basketball players in Howard's history. Al Denham 
demonstrated for three years that he deserves to be remem- 



First Row, Left to Ri ;< bt 
Benjamin Ball 
Joe Daugherty 
Don Davis 
Miles Dean 
Al Denham 

Second Row: 
John Key 
Emery Lowery 
James Merk 
Granville Myrick 
Harold Parks 
Frank Wadsworth 







ACTION 



bered very highly in Howard's Hall of Fame. Truly Al was 
the key stone to our team. 

6. John Key was one of the pre-war ball players. He 
was a member of the well known team that downed the 
World Champion New York Celtics. John was a forward 
and played top notch ball the entire year. 

7. Emery Lowery was the only first stringer on the 
squad who didn't have high school experience. Emery let- 



tered last year and he used last year's experience to average 
better than ten points per game. 

8. James Merk was held in reserve the first part of the 
year. Before the season was over Mickey had earned a start- 
ing berth. Merk was a hustler and extremely fast. 

9. Myrick was one who proved himself to be quite the 
boy on the baskfletball floor. In high school he was a mem- 
ber of the fast stepping Corner High Five and proved him- 
self equally as valuable to old Howard. 

10. Harold Parks was a flash. Harold could get his 
hands on the ball as much as it was possible for one as short 
as Red. Even though he came in the middle of the season he 
was soon playing first string ball. 

11. Frank Wadsworth handled the basketball as if he had 
a baseball. Frank used his ball handling and his basketball 
sense to make him one of the key players in the lineup. 




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INTRAMURAL 
SOFTBALL 



Led by the strong pitching arm of John- 
son, superb fielding and timely hitting Mu 
Alpha Nu swept the Softball crown by win- 
ning six victories while losing only one game. 
The stars of this championship team were 
Bowlin, Mize, and Beard. 

Second place honors ended in a tie between 
the Pi K A's and the "H" Club. Both teams 
completed the season one game behind the 
champs. Their records were five wins against 
two setbacks. Stivender and "Red" Wil- 
liams were the best on the well balanced 
Pike's team. On the "H" Club's team were 
found sluggers such as Wadsworth, Sisson, 
Gartman, and Patton. The "H" Club con- 
sistently gave the opposing pitchers a rough 
treatment. 

In third spot were the Lambda Chis. This 
team had the best fielders in the league main- 
ly due to Lowery, Merk, Edgar and Flurry. 
These fellows really kept the Lambda Chis in 
the ballgame. 

The fourth place was a tie between the 
Preachers and the A P O's, followed by the 
Sigma Nu's and Pi Kappa Phi's. 

There were close games, close plays and 
some good arguments that instigated excite- 
ment and plenty of interest. The students 
really demonstrated their appreciation by the 
way in which they came out to cheer for 
their favorite team. 

A selection of an all star team would cre- 
ate some diverse opinions but a team leading 
off with Beard playing center field, Stiven- 
der at third, Huxelcy at second base, Sisson 
in the clean up spot playing left field, Lov- 
ette at right field, Bowlin at first base, Mize 
behind the plate, Merk at shortstop, and 
Johnson pitching would represent a team 
loaded with offensive as well as defensive. 



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After four years of inactivity the "H" Club 
has been reorganized at Howard. This organiza- 
tion was founded in 193 5 and was an active part 
of the campus life until its disbandment in the 
spring of 1943 due to the war. 

The "H" Club is composed of all the male ath- 
letes on the campus who earn a letter in a major 
sport and merit the approval of the general body. 
At the time of disbandment the club numbered 
approximately 3 5 members. Those members who 
were active at the time of disbandment and have 
returned to their respective activity are, Buddy 
Payne, Earl Gartman, Deric Edgar, Horace Peter- 
son, Abe Epsman, Wheeler Flemming, Al Denham, 
Buddy Weir, John Key, Miles Dean, Howard Sis- 
son and Gordon Golson. 

At the present time the only major sports at 



Howard are Basketball and Track. Members of 
this seasons basketball team who were awarded 
letters and were selected for membership in the 
"H" Club are Joe Daughtery, James Merk, Frank 
Wadsworth, Harold Parks, "Pap" Ball, Don Da- 
vis, Harold Patton, and Emery Lowry. 

Upon reorganizing the "H" Club, the mem- 
bers voted to install a lounge in the gym for the 
student body as a whole. This lounge will be fur- 
nished by the Howard College Women's Auxiliary 
and will be manitaincd by the members of the 
"H" Club. All members of the student body are 
invited to frequent the lounge. 

New officers of the "H" Club are: President, 
Al Denham; Vice-President, Earl Gartmen; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Horace Peterson; Recorder, Miles 
Dean; Custodian, John Key. 



Left line, front to back: Joe Daugherty, David Barksdale, James Merk, Marion Payne, Howard Sisson, 
Horace Paterson, Miles Deal. 

Middle line, left to right: Ernest Weir, Deric Edgar, John Key, Abe Epsman. 

Right line, front to back: Frank Wadsworth, Red Parks, Granville Myrick, Earl Gartman, Wheeler Flem- 
ming, Al Denham, Emery Lowery. 




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HOWARDS 




Front Row: William Hacker, William Hare, Noble Kontzen, Bill Farrar, Pap Ball, Charles Kerr. 
Back Row: Charles Graham, Jack Crouch, Charles Richards, Edward Fullerton, Edward Keller, Porter 
Lantrip, Jack Carr. 



One of the foremost sports returned to How- 
ard this year. It wasn't long after the spring 
quarter commenced that Coach McCarver an- 
nounced that anyone interested in track should 
come by his office. The announcement was met 
with much enthusiasm. Within a week Berry 
Field was seen flooded with fellows competing 
for the track team. Practices were held in morn- 
ing and afternoons. After everyone was in fairly 
good condition Coach McCarver got down to se- 
rious business. The sprinters were shown how to 
break away, the milers were instructed to pace, 
the hurdlers were learning the grace and timing 
to clear each hurdle with the maximum speed, the 
broad jumpers, the high jumpers, and the pole 
vaulters were practicing arduously to increase 
their efficiency in their respective fields. 

Coach McCarver had a tough assignment. He 



had no returning stars. The few fellows that had 
track experience in high school had been away 
from the cinders for several years. Due to capable 
coaching and zealous practice Howard's track 
team competed against such powerful teams as the 
University of Alabama, Auburn, Mercer, and Uni- 
versity of Mississippi. We didn't break any rec- 
ords but our boys gave an excellent performance 
in every event. 

"Racehorse" Bill Farrar was the outstanding 
runner. In the 440 race at the University of Ala- 
bama meet the "Racehorse" was running last at 
the end of the first 300 yards, however, in the 
stretch Bill put on the steam to lose first place 
honors in a photo finish. Bill won the 440 yard 
dash at Mercer, Auburn and Mississippi. Also to 
Bill's credit goes top place in the 220 yard dash 
at Mercer, and Mississippi. 



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TRACK TEAM 




Front Row: Jessie Meeks, Melvin Henry, Kendall Nettles, James Wideman, Roy Graves, George Murphy. 
Rack Row: Joe Tucker, James Wyatt, Harold Knight, Jack Walden, Donald Beaird. 



The "Racehorse" was the anchor man on the 
relay team. The relay team was victorious in the 
Mercer and Mississippi meets. 

Ed Fullington was the best in the hurdlers. Ed 
captured the low and high hurdles and the pole 
vaulting at Mercer. At the Alabama and Mis- 
sissippi meets Ed won second place in the hurdles. 

Bill Hacker's speciality was the 440 relay team. 
Bill was one of main reasons why Howard won 
against Mercer and Mississippi. 

Henry Nettles was the dash star. Henry can 
really "put them up and bring them down". He 
won the 100 yard dashes at Mercer and Missis- 
sipi. 

Fritz Wedner was the team's high jumper. Fritz 
placed in every meet; winning first place at the 
University of Alabama and at Mississippi, second 
at Mercer, and third at Auburn. 



Jack Crouch is a fellow who runs all day with- 
out getting fatigued. He ran second in the two 
mile events at Mercer and Mississippi, and he came 
in third at the University. 

Jessie Meeks competed in the low hurdles, pole 
vaulting, 440 yard dash and was a member of the 
relay team. He came in second at Mercer in the 
low hurdles. Jessie was third in pole vaulting at 
Mercer. 

Charles Flurry was a member of the relay team 
and he also ran in the 440 yard dash. With this 
year's experience under his belt Charles will be a 
real threat for Howard's opponents next year. 

With all of this year's lettermen returning, 
Howard will be a menace to the opponents next 
year. Bill Farrar was elected to captain of next 
year's team. 



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When the fall quarter rolled around 
and it was learned that Howard would 
not field a football team for 1946, all 
attention was turned to intramural 
touch football. A league was formed 
of seven teams from the various or- 
ganizations on the campus. These 
teams were: SIGMA NU, LAMBDA 
CHI, PI KAPPA ALPHA, MU AL- 
PHA NU, VET BARRACKS, AL- 
PHA PHI OMEGA, and PREACH- 
ERS. An intermural council was 
formed consisting of one member 
from each team and the rules and reg- 
ulations were drawn up. 

The competition between these 
teams was very keen and from the first 
to the last game they were packed 
with excitement galore. With the end 
of the league play, the MU ALPHA 
NU team was found to be the winners. 
They ended the season with four wins, 
no losses and two ties. It was decided 
that the champs from Howard should 
play the champs from Southern. This 
game, played on BERRY FIELD, 
proved to be the best game of the 
year. When the final whistle blew the 
score showed another win for the boys 
from Howard. 



LEAGUE STANDINGS 

Team Won Lost Tied 

Mu Alpha Nu 4 2 

Sigma Nu.- . 4 1 1 

Lambda Chi ... 4 2 

Pi Kappa Alpha 3 2 1 

Vet Barracks... 2 4 

A. P.O. 2 4 

Preachers 6 



MU ALPHA NU TEAM 
PREACHERS TEAM 
ALPHA PHI OMEGA TEAM 
VETERANS BARRACKS TEAM 



UMURAL FOOTBALL 



Each team had its share of stars but 
the sports staff decided that three 
men from MU ALPA NU, two men 
from SIGMA NU, and one man each 
from LAMBDA CHI, PI KAPPA AL- 
PHA, VET BARRACKS, and A.P.O. 
should go to make up the all star team. 
Only the PREACHERS failed to place 
a man on the team. Sharpe and Bow- 
lin were given the nod at the end po- 
sitions over a strong field. Both of 
these men played bang up games both 
offensively and defensively in every 
game and played a large part in each 
of their team's victories. Patton, Cra- 
ven and Meshad waged a hot battle 
for tackle positions with Patton and 
Craven getting the nod. "Hooks" 
Pratt was a unanimous choice for the 
Center position. He led the league in 
both pass completions and pass inter- 
ceptions. Chitwood, Van Dyke, Arm- 
strong, and Stivender make up the 
backfield. These men played major 
parts in all of their teams games. 

ALL STAR TEAM 
Player Position Team 

Sharpe, End- Sigma Nu 

Craven, Tackle ..Lambda Chi 

Pratt, Center... Sigma Nu 

H. P. Patton, Tackle ..A.P.O. 

Bowlin, End ... ...Mu Alpha Nu 

Van Dyke, Q. Back .... Mu Alpha Nu 

Armstrong, Halfback... Mu Alpha Nu 
Stivender, Half back... Pi Kappa Alpha 
Chitwood, Fullback Vet Barracks 



SIGMA NU TEAM 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA TEAM 

PI KAPPA ALPHA TEAM 




INTRAMURAL 










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Off to a bang this past sea- 
son of basketball were the girl 
squads of old Howard. The 
various teams over the cam- 
pus put up a harder scrap 
for the championship than 
we have seen in the past few 
years. 

Coming out on top this 
season were those fast step- 
ping Phi Mu's, who for the 
past several years have shown 
much athletic ability among 
their ranks. Each year in the 
past, at least for the last three, 
the Phi Mu's have gone all 
the way as a winning team, 
only to give way in the final 
games to a recent, but not 
forgotten, Sensation team 
who was headed by that bril- 
liant "Angel of Mercy", Lin- 
da Lee. In there playing to 
the last whistle was the Ren- 
froe girls, who always give 
everybody plenty of trouble. 

At this point we could say 
that Renfroe Hall showed 
equal ability as the champs 
but lost out by one point in 
the championship play-off. 



ALPHA DELTA PI TEAM 
TOWN GIRLS TEAM 
DELTA ZETA TEAM 



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Others who came out this 
season with good teams were 
the Delta Zeta's and Town 
Girls, both finishing as aver- 
age teams but nevertheless, 
fighting hard to the finish. 

As far as individual play- 
ing was concerned this sea- 
son, we give way solely to 
Allene Still, the leagues most 
outstanding basketball shot. 
Along with Still in the way 
of naming an All-Star cast, 
we would wager that it goes 
this way: June B a g g e t t , 
Town Girls; Joyce Baker, 
Phi Mu; Tommie Reinhardt, 
Phi Mu; Georgeanne Jacobs, 
Alpha Delta Pi; Dot Dodd, 
Delta Zeta; Dot Clark, Phi 
Mu; Carol Pickens, Renfroe; 
Vivien Moore, Delta Zeta; 
Martha Ann Ingram, Beta 
Sigma Omicron; Miriam 
Durham, Town Girls; Betty 
Moore, Delta Zeta. 

And so goes the Girl's In- 
tramurals for this year. Next 
season we predict ever better 
teams than this as experience 
is the greatest asset. 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 
TEAM 

RENFROE TEAM 
PHI Ml! TEAM 





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MEN'S CAGE 



Intramural basketball season was 
highlighted by the spirit and keen 
competition among the teams of the 
league. The caliber of playing was 
tops. Each team had an assortment 
of able and experienced basketball 
players. 

The Pi Kappa Alphas went 
through the season undefeated. The 
Pikes were played extremely close 
games by A. P.O., Lambda Chi and 
Sigma Nu. Led by Tucker and Sti- 
vender, the Pikes clearly demon- 
strated that they were the foremost 
team in the league. 

The A.P.O.'s were just a step be- 
hind the Pikes. They lost only one 
game, and that to the league champs. 
Strickland and Rains were the stars 
on that star-studded five. 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Front Roil/: Merk, Reid, Czachurski, Noe. 

Back Row: Donaldson, Murphy, Barksdalc, 
Baker, Ferguson. 

MU ALPHA NU 

Front Roil': Daniels, Camp, Beaird. 

Middle Row: Hall, Mize, Brown. 

Back Row: Foote, Page, Denny. 

SIGMA NU 

Front Row: Wamsley, Gwin, Ball, Farrar. 

Middle Row: Hight, Borland, O'Berry, 
West. 

Back Row: Keller, Pratt, Baker. 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Front Row: Abbott, Little, Young, Rains, 
Patton. 

Back Row: Patton, Hazlegrove, Edwards, 
Strickland, Baggett, Taylor, Dismukes. 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA TEAM 
MU ALPHA NU TEAM 

SIGMA NU TEAM 
ALPHA PHI OMEGA TEAM 



TEAMS 



Lambda Chi and Sigma Nu ended 
the season tied for third place. In 
the play-off, the Lambda Chi's won. 
Baker and Reid were the best for the 
Lambda Chi's, while Gwin and Bor- 
land were tops for the Sigma Nu's. 

The other teams furnished tough 
competition. Mu Alpha Nu came in 
fifth, followed by the Preachers, 
Vet's Barracks, and Pharmacy. 

In a preliminary game at the city 
auditorium, the Howard intramural 
champs, Pi K A, met the Kappa Al- 
phas from Southern, and defeated 
them in an overtime period by the 
score of 32-28. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA TEAM 

Front Row: Walden, Woodard, Daughtry, 
Tucker, T. 

Middle Row: Simmons, Tamplin, Southern, 
Tucker, J. 

Back Row: Cole, Howell, Stivender, Martin. 

PREACHERS TEAM 

Front Row: Chambliss, Graham, Edwards. 

Back Row: Forrester, Dodd, Knight, Hen- 
don. 

VETS BARRACKS 

Front Row: Gibson, Oliver, Caufield. 
Back Row: Hudson, Stanley, Lovette. 

PI KAPPA PHI 

Front Row: Cobb, Spear, Johnson. 
Back Row: Woodall, Davis. 



PI KAPPA ALPHA TEAM 

PREACHERS TEAM 

VETERANS BARRACKS TEAM 

PI KAPPA ALPHA TEAM 




JL 






RARY 



Howard's library is truly the heart of 
our College. Its work and influence is 
not for the betterment of any one de- 
partment on the campus, but for every 
department of instruction. 

The history of the library dates back to 
1843, when Dr. Samuel T. Sherman, first 
president of Howard, took a wheelbarrow 
and went out in search of donations of 
books — which formed the nucleus of a 
library. Today, our library comprises 
over 3 5,000 books, 10,000 government 
publications, 2,000 nuclear books, 400 
periodicals (currently received) and a 



collection of phonograph records. 

The Monthly NEWS LETTER to the 
faculty and students makes it possible to 
keep a list of all books that are added to 
the library. The Student Library Hand- 
book, compiled by the librarian, is a dis- 
tinct service to all Freshmen. 

The library is a fast growing organiza- 
tion — in size, personnel, and services ren- 
dered. Any student who does not take 
advantage of the genial and generous 
services of the Staff is missing an oppor- 
tunity to learn to use the tools of his 
trade — books. 



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HIGHLIGHTS 



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CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL FLOAT 



SENIOR RECEPTION 



SCENE FROM 

"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU'' 



HIGHLIGHTS. .. 





LOOKING FOR A NEW CAMPUS 

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CHAPEL PROGRAM 

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RELIGIOUS FOCUS WEEK 




INTER-FRATERNITY DANCE 



The Inter-Fraternity Council was host 
in the fall at the annual dance which took 
place at the Pickwick Club. 

The dance was led by Miss Florence 
Kirby, escorted by Charles Dowdy, re- 
tiring president of the council and Miss 
Billye Walker, with Theo Massey, newly 
elected president. 

Large replicas of each fraternity's pin 
carried out the decoration theme of the 
dance. Each fraternity was given recog- 
nition dances with DeWitt Shaw and his 
orchestra playing the fraternity songs. 
Everyone praised the Inter-Fraternity 
council for such a wonderful dance. This 
council's membership is composed of the 
president and one representative of Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, and Sigma Nu. 

On the evening of February 13, the 
Inter - Fraternity - Sorority Council pre- 



sented its annual Valentine Ball at the 
Highland Park Country Club. 

Leading the dance was the council 
president Miss. Polly Covington, escorted 
by George Sharp. Other council members 
and their dates appeared in the leadout. 

Large Valentine hearts with the names 
of the sororities and fraternities repre- 
sented in the council decorated the ball- 
room. A leadout in the form of a Valen- 
tine highlighted the decorative scheme. 

Everyone enjoyed dancing to the music 
of Fess Watley and his orchestra as well 
as listening to the special arrangements 
of such currently popular numbers as 
"Open the Door Richard". 

These two dances were definate high- 
lights of the year to some Howard stu- 
dents and will continue to highlight the 
years to come, thanks to the Inter-Fra- 
ternity and Inter-Sorority Councils. 



(Right picture) — Cookie West and Gloria Price, 
Mary Katherine Deason and Charles MacDonald. 



(Left picture) — James Stivender and Jack- 
ie Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Howell. 






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INTER-FRATERNITY-SORORITY DANCE 



(Right picture) — Jimmy Wood and Genie Rae 
Slocum, Florence Kirby and James Dowdy. 



(Left picture) — Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, 
Billye Walker and Theo Massey. 




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WHO'S WHO ON 
THE CAMPUS 




First Row: Polly Covington, 
■most popular girl; Charles 
Martin, most popular boy; 
Gerry Mitchel, most intel- 
lectual girl; Howard Clark, 
most intelligent boy. 



Second Row: Charlsie Mae 
Hall, most promising girl; 
Seymour Wilkes, most prom- 
ising boy; Mary Lou Mitch- 
ell, most beautiful girl; 
Tommie Noe, most hand- 
some boy. 



Third Row: Billye Walker 
and Edith Van Keuren, best 
dressed girls; Charles Mar- 
tin, best dressed boy; Gene 
Garrick, wittiest girl; Buddy 
Stovall, ui/ticst boy. 



Fourth Rou: Martha Lou 
Young, best all-round girl, 
Charles Christmas, best all- 
round boy; Loretta Rose- 
brough, most talented girl; 
James Earl Peacock, most 
talented boy. 



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DR. GEORGE V. IRONS 



To say a person is looked upon with high esteem 
by those with whom he is in daily contact would 
be my finest compliment. And that is the phrase 
I would attribute to Dr. George Irons for he is 
one of the few persons of whom I have heard 
naught but praise and I have worked with him. 

It was not his very pleasing personality alone 
which caused Dr. Irons to have his present posi- 
tion at Howard as Chairman of the Committee of 
Advisors to the Veterans. He is well qualified for 
the position. As proof of my last statement (and 
for the information of many interested friends), 
I present a transcript of Dr. Irons' activities from 
the time he left Howard in the Spring of 1941 
until his return in the Fall of 1945. 

His first stop in the Army was at the Anti- 
Aircraft Training Center at Camp Davis, N. C. 
He later went into the Department of Training 
Publications where he became the author of sev- 



eral field manuals on atomic weapons and search- 
lights. In 1943 he was detailed to Battalion Com- 
mander of Searchlights Battalion at Fort Bliss, 
Texas. From there he had assignments at New 
York City and in New Jersey. After returning 
to Camp Davis for a period of a few months, he 
was reassigned as Chief of Reconditioning at Til- 
ton General Hospital, Fort Dix, N. J. This as- 
signment consisted of conducting a comprehensive 
rehabilitation program for wounded veterans re- 
turned from overseas. He held this position until 
his separation in August 1945. 

How Dr. Irons happened to have the title of 
"Major" tagged on him is quite a mystery because 
his official rank in the Army was that of Lieu- 
tenant Colonel. But whatever we call him — 
Major, Colonel, or Doctor Irons — we contend 
with our collegiate cheer — "He's hard to beat". 



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DRGANIZATIONS 





Firsf Roze: Juanita Arnold, Nina Faye Farr, Marguerite Griffith. 

Second Row: Juanita Hayes, Gerry Mitchell, Margaret Ann Peterson, Frances Walker. 



HYPATIA 

OFFICERS 

Frances Walker President 

Juanita Arnold Vice-President 

Carolyn Justice Seen 'tary 

Juanita Hayes Treasurer 

It never rains on the day that Hypatia taps its new members from the steps of 
Main. This organization is the highest honor society for girls on the campus. Having 
as its four points upon which membership is based, Hypatia recognizes character, schol- 
arship, leadership and promise of future service in the girls they select. 

Each spring the members of the Junior Class are individually considered in order 
that those girls who have the qualifications for Hypatia may receive the recognition. 
Dean Burns always opens Hypatia services with a history of the organization before 
both active and alumnae members select those who have been recognized to wear the 
corsage of yellow roses. 

Hypatia was organized secretly in 1924 on Howard's campus. Since that time it 
has graced its roll with students who have gone far and wide, each making a good name 
for herself and proving that she truly has the qualities Hypatia recognizes. 

MEMBERS 

Juanita Arnold Juanita Hayes Margaret Ann Peterson 

Nina Faye Farr Carolyn Justice Bobbie K. Stubbs 

Marguerite Griffith Gerry Mitchell Frances Walker 



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First Row: David Barksdale, Robert Burns, Howard Clark. 
Second Row: Marvin Haire, James Wood. 



TRIDE NT 

OFFICERS 

Robert Burns President 

Howard Clark Vice-President 

David Barksdale Treasurer 

Marvin Haire Historian 

Having been founded on Howard's campus May 17, 1931, Trident still is the high- 
est honor society on the campus for men. This year five boys received that distinction. 
The honors are conferred each spring before a packed auditorium. The feeling of sus- 
pense and wondering who will be tapped can be felt from the minute the ceremony 
starts. 

The requirements for selection into Trident are similar to those of Phi Beta Kappa. 
Those members of the Junior Class who have maintained a consistently high scholastic 
record, have been outstanding in extra-curricular activities, and bear the endorsement of 
the student body and the faculty are considered in selecting Trident's members. Those 
selected must be endorsed by the faculty as to ability, character, and potentiality for 
future service before they receive the honor. 

MEMBERS 

David Barksdale Howard Clark 

Robert Burns Marvin Haire 

James Wood 



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First Row: Juanita Arnold, David Barksdale, Frank Donaldson, Nina Faye Farr, Marvin Haire. 
Second Ron': Juanita Hayes, Iva Nell Hurt, W. D. Peeples, Loretta Rosebrough, Howard Sisson. 
Third Row: Robert Smith, James H. Wade, Mary Frances Walker, Seymour Wilkes, James Wood. 



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Once a year some students are recognized as 
having the qualities required to be included in 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. Eligibility is based on schol- 
arship, character, leadership, and promise of fu- 
ture usefulness to society. 

Its yearly publication containing a biography of 



those elected to this honor comes out each spring. 
This year's book includes the names of fifteen 
Howard students. 

One of the outstanding features of this organi- 
zation is the placement bureau through which 
members may receive valuable recommendations 
to the business world. 



Juanita Arnold 
David Barksdale 
Frank Donaldson 
Nina Faye Farr 
Marvin Haire 



MEMBERS 

Juanita Hayes 
Iva Nell Hurt 
W. D. Peeples 

Loretta Rosebrough 
Howard Sisson 



Robert Smith 
James H. Wade 

Mary Frances Walker 
Seymour Wilkes 
James Wood 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

OFFICERS 

John Dodd President 

William Patton Vice-President 

Boyce Albright Secretary 

Farris Southern Treasurer 

A national service fraternity, A.P.O. was post office this year has been turned over to the 

founded at Howard in 1940. Through this organ- college by the members. 

ization grown-up Boy Scouts are given the chance A highly delightful service of the club is one 
to continue their good deeds. As one of the most rendered to itself in the form of an annual ban- 
worthwhile groups on the campus, its service ef- quet 

forts are tangible. These efforts include the edit- , ., ... 

r a cv j .. tv .. ■ » 11 »•„ t Although still a youthlul organization its use- 

lng of the Student Directory, installation ol pen- ° 3 b 

cil sharpenters and waste baskets, and supervision fulness increases with age and Howard may look 

for various civic enterprises. Operation of the not without pride to its Gamma Chi Chapter. 



First Row: William Aders, Boyce Albright, Hudson Baggett, David Barksdale, James Bouchillon, Earl Butler, Howard Clark. 
Second Row: Glenn Dismukes, John Dodd, W. T. Edwards, Charles Gamble, Albert Gray, Leven Hazlegrove, Dick Hogue. 
Third Row: Stanley Howell, Robert Knight, Elton Kytle, Franklin Little, Ernest Mickler, Jerry Monroe, Harry E. Patton. 
Fourth Row: William Patton, James Pickens, John Posey, W. H. Powell, Jr., Douglas Propst, Frank Rains, Howard Sisson. 
Fifth Row: Robert N. Smith, Farris Southern, Joe Stanton, David Thompson, Robert Thompson, James Wade, William Joseph 
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 

OFFICERS 

Girod Cole Preside/if 

Clifton Corley Vice-President 

Mary Vesta Barnard Secretary and Treasurer 

Maude Ellen Jordan Librarian 

The A Cappella Choir is under the direction of Mrs. Kathleen Martinson. Each 
year the choir furnishes Howard with good music on chapel programs as well as repre- 
senting the school at various Southern Baptist meetings. 



Howard Anderson 

Marjorie Sue Barclift 
Mary Vesta Barnard 
C. C. Bennett 
gurley bowen 
Ann Breeden 

BlLLIE Jo BuTTERWORTH 

George Coaker 
Miriam Cockrell 
Girod Cole 
Clifton Corley 
Annie Belle Counts 
Joy Cunningham 
William DeWitt 
Dennis Dodd 
Lewis Drummond 
O'Neil Doles 
Jane Frame 
Nell Gardner 
Myra Gravlee 



MEMBERS 

Charlsie Hall 
Edsel Hand 
Jean Harris 

Mildred Hughes 
Iva Nelle Hurt 
Martha Ann Ingram 
Mack Johnson 

Maude Ellen Jordan 
I. A. Keith 

Wallace Keown 
Wilma Keown 
Florence Kirby 
Lloyd Jones 
Leonard Lott 
Sue Marion 
Charles Martin 
Whitten Meadow 
John Moore 

Jimsy Murphree 



Paricia Parker 
James Peacock 

Dempsey Pennington 
Margie Perkinson 
Buford Phillips 
Marvin Ray 
Evelyn Reed 
Lester Roach 

Loretta Rosebrough 
Wilma Simmons 
Nancy Smith 

Emmette Tarrant 
Mary Evelyn Teel 
Flora Lou Thomas 

Patricia Trent 

Edith Van Keuren 
Arthur Walker 
George Zbenden 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 

OFFICERS 

Jimsy Murphree President 

Charles Doyle Vice-President 

Betty Miller Secretary 

Lewis Murray Treasurer 

Presenting itself as an organization of Meth- Social functions also are predominate features 

odist Young People on Howard's Campus, the of this organization for the relaxing and enjoy- 

Wesley Foundation plays an important part. It's ment of Howard's students. 

position is to unite the people of that religion sect We of the Wesley Foundation would here like 

and to develop an understanding of Christian to give special recognition to Mrs. J. E. Murphree, 

ideals. who as our advisor has done such splendid work to 

The main purpose of this organization for the create a Wesley Foundation for the Methodists of 

past year has been a study of the different reli- Howard College. 

gions of the world and the principles that they To the future we hope that the Wesley Foun- 

exhibit. This study is to be enlarged in the future dation will expand and grow to be more active 

by more extensive work in this field. and beneficial to all people who are interested. 

MEMBERS 

Jocelyn Allen Sidney Conner Betty Miller 

Olive Bailey Miriam Durham Mary Morris 

Marjorie Sue Barclift Dorothy Fant Jimsy Murphree 

Preston Barclift Joyce Griffin Lewis Murray 

David Barksdale Helen Harrell Marie Raiford 

BlLLYE Jo BUTTERWORTH KaTHRYN JOHNS ByRDIE ANN SMITH 

Neale Carter Benna Jean Jones Robert Strickland 

John Chandler Betty King Palmer Turner 

Tom Collins Peggy Mackey Don Wyatt 





First Row: Olive Bailey, Dorothy Brown, John Carr, Minnie L. Ellis, E. C. Glenn. 

Second Rou>: Marguerite Griffith, Marvin Haire, James Hall, Veloreese Harper, Betty Jane Hunt. 

Third Row: Robert Johnson, Virginia Lowry, Garland Moore, Florine Parrish, Margaret Ann Peterson, Dorothy Tucker. 



PI GAMMA MU 



OFFICERS 

John Carr President 

Marguerite Griffith Vice-President 

Veloreese Harper Secretary 

Dorothy Tucker Treasurer 

Students interested in Social Sciences on the campus are eager to become a member 
of Pi Gamma Mu. Those who have completed a minimum of twenty hours of work in 
this field and who have attained a 2. index are eligible for membership upon recom- 
mendation of faculty and members of the organization. 

Pi Gamma Mu is a national honorary fraternity, Howard having the Alabama 
Gamma Chapter established in 1928. Through medium of this organization students 
strive to attain a scientific approach to study of human problems; through study of 
economics, history, political science, and sociology, endeavor to find a solution for these 
problems. 

The purpose of this organization is to encourage young men and women in the 
scientific study of all social problems and of promoting cooperation between the several 
branches of social science. 

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KAPPA PI 

OFFICERS 

Georgia Smith President 

Leland Tindell Vice-President 

Palmer Turner Reporter 

Students in the Art Department who have shown exceptional interest in art and 
who have displayed more than ordinary talent and ability as an artist are eligible for 
membership in the Kappa Pi Art Fraternity. 

This group is a unit of national organization dedicated to the seeking and encour- 
agement of truth through beauty and to the advancement of artistic talent. 

Kappa Pi is one of the younger organizations on the campus. The Alpha Alpha 
Chapter having been founded here in 1940. However, it is not without prestige for 
all its youth. The chapter has won recognition for the promising art work which its 
members produce and display. 

MEMBERS 

William Aders Jean Penuel Palmer Turner 

James Brigance Nelda Ruffin James Wade 

Georgia Smith 



First Row: William Aders, James Brigance, Jean Penuel. 

Second Row: Nelda Ruffin, Georgia Smith, Palmer Turner, James Wade. 




MINISTERIAL 




First Row: Marvin Haire, Charles Christmas, Terry DeFoor. 
Second Row: Evan Johnson, Charles Granade. 

OFFICERS 

Marvin Haire President 

Curtis Bean .._ 1st Vice-President 

Charles Christmas 2nd Vice-President 

Terry DeFoor 3rd Vice-President 

Evan Johnson Secretary 

Maxwell Preston ___ Chorister 

Q. P. Davis Pulpit Supply Chairman 

Charles Granade Publicity Chairman 

Ed White Music Chairman 

Charles Graham.. Athletic Director 



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ASSOCIATION... 



It can truthfully be said that the Ministerial 
Association is one of the most active groups on 
the campus. Meeting on Thursday evening, the 
Association fosters a good spirit among the breth- 
ren, sponsors different speakers and promotes wor- 
thy causes. Its membership automatically includes 
every student preparing for the Ministry and all 
Ministers employed by the college. 

The purpose of the Association is to promote 
fellowship among the members; to provide infor- 
mation of practical value to its members; to aid in 
promoting the spiritual life on the campus; and 
to aid in securing places of service for its Min- 
isters. 



Under its sponsorship are Morning Watch, Ves- 
pers, and Dormitroy Services. They recently clear- 
ed the Amphitheater behind Riley Hall for these 
valuable services. 

One of the most inspirational of the Associa- 
tion's undertakings is the operation of a Prayer 
Room, located in the Student Activity Building 
and to which students may go at any time for a 
quiet devotional period. 

As a result of such services, the Ministerial As- 
sociation spreads a Christian influence over the 
entire campus. 



MEMBERS 



Aders, William D. 

Anderson, Howard N. 
Anthony, C. E. 

Baggett, Hudson D. 
Bean, Curtis M. 

Bennett, Clarence C. 
Bouchillon, James W. 

BoWEN, GURLEY R. 

Bowen, Robert L. 
Bowlin, Ralph 

Brasher, Louis M. 
Bridges, Robert J. 
Brown, J. W. 

Brown, Kenneth N. 
Brown, Robert L. 

Campbell, Martin 
Cannon, John, Jr. 
Carver, Hosea S. 
Chambliss, Hugh 
Chestnut, Fred 

Coaker, George Mack 
Cole, Girod H, Jr. 
Coleman, Lours A. 
Coleman, Tom A. 
Corley Robert C 

Cosby, Raymond E. 
Cozart, Thomas E. 
Crocker, Modies E. 
Czachurski, David 
Davidson, Brooks R. 

Davis, Q. P. 

DeFoor, Terry W. 
DeLoach, Cecil 
Dickey, Rex 
Dodd, Dennis 



Dodd, John E. 

Edwards, John H. 
Edwards, W. T., Jr. 
Eldredge, J. Foster 
Ferguson, Robert U. 

Forrester, Calvin 
Franklin, Lee 

Gamble, Charlie Lee 

Glaze, Charles R. 

Glenn, E. C. 

Glover, David W. 
Golden, Howard H. 
Grady, Odell F. 

Graham, Charles E. 
Granade, Charles J. 

Gresham, William H. 
Haire, Marvin R. 
Hall, W. Cosby 

Hatchett, Thomas V. 
Helmbold, F. Wilbur 

Hendon, Hollis E. 
Hendon, L. D. 

Hicks, Seaburn T. 
Higgins, Vershil 
Hill, Donn E. 

Hogue, J. Richard 
Howell, Preston 
Huguley, Arthur N. 
Isley, Branson B. 
Jackson, J. B., Jr. 



Johnson, Evan 

Johnson, Horace M. 
Jones, J. Lloyd 
Jones, J. Sam 

Keown, Wallace 

Knight, Thurman 
Lanier, Cecil 
Lee, Robert F. 

Lott, Leonard M. 
McLeod, Robert F. 

McElroy, Euel M. 
Martin, Aaron B. 
Martin, Charles L. 
Matthews, Harvey J. 
Monroe, Jerry A. 

Mickler, J. Earnest 
Mooney, James C. 
Murphree, Bert R. 
Nelson, Terrell M. 
Nettles, Henry G. 

Peacock, James E. 
Pharr, Keener 

Phillips, Buford L. 
Poe, William A. 
Poole, Harris 

Powell, William H. 
Presley, D. C. 

Preston, Maxwell 
Prickett, Edgar 
Proctor, Bob 

Rains, Frank S. 

Rasberry, William F. 
Ricker, George E. 
Roach, Lester R. 
Rogers, Clyde C. 



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First Raw: Sterling Booth, Elizabeth Clark, David Foster. 
Second Row: Helen Harrell, Virginia Lowry, Joe McDow. 
Third Roic: Nell Rae Sample, Frances Walker, Seymour Wilkes. 



PAPER AND CLIP 

OFFICERS 

Joe McDow President 

Sterling Booth Vice-President 

Elizabeth Clark Secretary 

David Foster Treasurer 

Paper and Clip is one of the newer organizations on the campus, having been or- 
ganized by Mr. Rothermel last year. Those students interested in Journalism felt that 
some organization should be installed on the campus for the purpose of recognizing and 
furthering the journalistic ability of students. 

The charter bears the names of Joe McDow, Elizabeth Clark, David Foster, Bettysu 
Brittain, Nell Rae Sample, Mary Evelyn Israel, Iva Jewel Burton, Hoyt Barron, and 
Carolyn Fendley as its founders. Each year new members are selected from those who 
have proved through their work that they are interested in Journalism. An important 
function of this group is the writing of news items for the Birmingham papers. 

MEMBERS 

Sterling Booth David Foster Nell Rae Sample 

Bettysu Brittain Helen Harrell Frances Walker 

Elizabeth Clark Virginia Lowry Seymour Wilkes 

Joe McDow 

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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

OFFICERS 

Tommie ReinhardT— . President 

Milton Sterman Vice-President 

Polly Covington Secretary and Treasurer 

This organization was founded at the University of Alabama and Howard is proud 
that the Alabama Beta Chapter was established here in 1928. Alpha Epsilon Delta is 
an honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity serving to bridge the gap between the Pre-Medical 
training and Medical School. It serves to keep members up to date on latest medical 
developments. 

During the war years AED activities were at an ebb, but with the return of stu- 
dents to the campus this year, the organization is once again functioning at almost 
normal pace. The motto "Truth I Persue" is a source of inspiration, not only to those 
planning to become "Men in White" but to those interested in any branch of the Medi- 
cal Profession. 

This year members of AED held an open meeting with Dr. Charles Howe speaking 
on the RH factor in blood. 

MEMBERS 

Mary Burns Tommie Reinhardt 

Polly Covington Barbara Renkenberger 

Sarah Norred Milton Sterman 



First Row: Mary Burns, Polly Covington, Sarah Norred. 

Second Row: Tommie Reinhardt, Barbara Renkenberger, Milton Sterman. 




MU ALPHA 









Firs/ Row: Boyd Barnard, Mary Vesta Barnard, John Carr, George Coaker, Polly Covington. 
Second Row: Rex Dickey, Nina Faye Farr, Mildred Hughes, ]va Nell Hurt, Maude Ellen Jordan. 
Third Row: Wilma Keown, Sue Marion, Joe McDow, John Moore, James Earl Peacock. 

Fourth Row: Loretta Rosebrough, Genie Rae Slocum, Emmett Tarrant, Palmer Turner, William Joseph Ward, Edith Van 
Keuren. 



OFFICERS 

Billy Jo Ward President 

Loretta Rosebrough Y ice-President 

Mildred Hughes ....Secretary 

Sue Marion Treasurer 



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CHI 



Mu Alpha Chi is Howard's honorary music fra- 
ternity. It was organized October 9, 1945 with 
Rex Dickey presiding. Other charter members of 
the fraternity are Mary Vesta Barnard, Loretta 
Rosebrough, Iva Nelle Hurt, Hugh Morris, Mar- 
ion Bowden, and Louis Ferguson. 

Meeting semi-monthly they have had outstand- 
ing musicians of Birmingham as guests on pro- 
grams at their meetings. 

This organization seeks to present to the stu- 
dents musical programs that will be of interest to 
all. During the year Mu Alpha Chi has constantly 
seen its aim fulfilled through concerts and chapel 
programs. 

During the fall quarter a Talent Show was pre- 
sented in chapel by students and members of Mu 
Alpha Chi. Even before the praises of this event 
had subsided, these music enthusiasts announced 
their plans for two concerts to be presented in 
the spring. 



On the evening of May 13, Mu Alph Chi pre- 
sented Edna Horn in concert. Miss Horn, a na- 
tive of Alabama, had recently returned from Juil- 
liard School of Music in New York where she 
studies with many "greats" in music. Her selec- 
tions from the classical repertoire included a pop- 
ular group of Chopin numbers, and advanced into 
the modern school. 

Students and faculty members praised Virginia 
Murphree when she presented a program in chapel. 
Having studied with Mrs. Vail, a member of our 
faculty, Miss Murphree 's ability was recognized by 
those attending her program. 

Though only in its second year Mu Alpha Chi 
has functioned smoothly and the future looks 
bright. Those students who are interested in mu- 
sic and who show their interest to be more than 
that of the ordinary spectator or a luke-warm par- 
ticipant are selected for membership. 



MEMBERS 



Boyd Barnard 
Mary Vesta Barnard 
John Carr 

George Coaker 



Nina Faye Farr 
Mildred Hughes 
Iva Nell Hurt 

Maude Ellen Jordan 



James Earl Peacock 
Loretta Rosebrough 
Genie Rae Slocum 

Emmett Tarrant 



Helen Counts 
Polly Covington 
Rex Dickey 



Wilma Keown 
Sue Marion 
Joe McDow 
John Moore 



Palmer Turner 

William Joseph Ward 
Edith Van Keuren 



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First Row: Irish Rose Abercrombie, Edith Adcock, Frances Barksdale, Frances Butler, Gerry Churchwell, Dorothy Comfort. 
Second Row: Ollie Cornelius, Dorothy Cozart, Bernice Daniel, Mary Dickinson, Bernice Donaldson, Marguerite Frost. 
Third Row: Fannye Grammas, Bettie Griffin, Billie Hurst, Martha Ann Ingram, Jean Jacks, Maude Ellen Jordan. 
Fourth Row: Betty King, Linda Lee, Betty Miller, Betty Payne, Edith Perkinson, Margaret Ann Peterson. 
Fifth Row: Connie Rollins, Aline Still, Frances Walden, Saranell Whitmon, Martha Lou Young. 

DIETETICS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Fannye Grammas President 

Marguerite Frost .....Vice-President 

Gerry Churchwell Secretary and Treasurer 

The Dietetics Club is composed of members selected from the Dietetics Department who have shown 
an interest in dietetics, foods, and nutrition over and above what is required of them. 

Having acquired the building adjoining the Co-op this year, our future dietitians have all the privacy 
needed in testing their abilities. Special attention is also given to courses in the table service and meal 
planning. 

MEMBERS 

Irish Rose Abercrombie Bernice Donaldson Betty Miller 

Edith Adcock Marguerite Frost Betty Payne 

Frances Barksdale Fannye Grammas Edith Perkinson 

Frances Butler Bettie Griffin Margaret Ann Peterson 

Gerry Churchwell Billie Hurst Connie Rollins 

Dorothy Comfort Martha Ann Ingram Aline Still 

Ollie Cornelius Jean Jacks Frances Walden 

Dorothy Cozart Maude Ellen Jordan Saranell Whitmon 

Bernice Daniel Betty Ktng Martha Lou Young 

Mary Dickinson Linda Lee 



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MASQUERS 

OFFICERS 

Martha Nolen President 

Elizabeth Alverson : Vice-President 

Mary Vesta Barnard Secretary 

Malcolm Tanner Treasurer 

This club was organized for the purpose of just plain work backstage. A minimum number 

furthering the interest of students in dramatic art, of points accumulated from any of these activities 

and to produce plays for the enjoyment of the plus the endorsement of the members admit a stu- 

student body. dent to the organization. 

Since its beginning in 1933, it has gained an tjt u • \t ■ * * u » z • 

ob b n being a Masquer interests you, but facing an 

indespensible place among the organizations of . . ,. . . . . , 

audience across the footlights is frightening, re- 
the campus. It is not necessary to have the talent 

r D i j t, ^ i t member that many a good Masquer never felt 

of Burnhardt or Barrymore to become a member ' ° n 

of Masquers, for the prerequisites of membership g rcase P aint on his facc nor saw his name i n the 

include ability as a playwrite, actor, director, or cast of characters. 



First Ron.' Elizabeth Alverson, Marjorie Sue Barclift, David Barksdale, Mary Vesta Barnard, Mary Jo Brown. 

Second Row: Ruby Cato, Jerry Cole, Frank Donaldson, Emily Evans, Margie Godwin. 

Third Row: Kermit Kerley, Robert Knight, Ernest Mickler, Jerry Monroe, Margaret Ann Peterson. 

Fourth Ron : Genie Rae Slocum, Malcolm Tanner, Edith Van Keuren, James Wade, Seymour Wilkes. 




TILE AND 



■fv';' 




First Row: David Barksdale, William Bowen, Albert Brown, Winfred Brown, Jack Bryan, Robert Burns, Dorothy Clark. 
Second Ron: John Cotter, Laura Drye, Miriam Durham, J. E. Gammill, Joyce Griffin, Eddie Hall, Juanita Hayes. 
Third Row: Elton Kytle, Mary Lancaster, Claude Mathis, Lillie Mazzara, Marie NeSmith, Walter Newby, Sarah Norred. 
Fourth Row: T. G. Parker, Carol Pickens, Tommie Reinhardt, George Ritch, Milton Sterman, Imogene Thrasher, Guy Wat- 
wood, John Winner. 



OFFICERS 

Albert Brown President 

John E. Gammill Vice-President 

Lillie Mazzara _ Secretary and Treasurer 

John Tinkelpaugh, Jr ..Sergeant at Arms 



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MORTAR... 



An organization with a purpose may well de- 
scribe the largest honorary group on the campus 
formally recognized as Tile and Mortar. Affec- 
tionately known on the campus as "Pill-Pushers" 
or "Pill Rollers", its members will be found ac- 
tively participating in all activities at Howard. 

Meetings are held in which the students of 
Pharmacy may become acquainted with persons 
and practices important in their chosen field. 



Tile and Mortar also acts as a central force in uni- 
fying the Pharmacy majors. 

Although outstanding for its cooperative spirit, 
Tile and Mortar is also well known for its initia- 
tion ceremonies and its popular social gatherings. 

Under the skillful guidance of Dr. Leon Rich- 
ards, Tile and Mortar has had a successful past 
and will continue to grow as an outstanding or- 
ganization at Howard College. 



MEMBERS 



Norris Able 

W. A. Anderson 
James Argo 
T. A. Baker 

David Barksdale 
M. D. Barnett 
William Bowen 
Eugene Brown 
Winfred Brown 
Jack Bryan 
Robert Burns 
Dorothy Clark 

E. R. Clements 
Thomas Colley 
Jean Conerly 
John Cotter 

Edward Davis 
Laura Doan 

Gildo Di Beneditto 
Laura Drye 



Miriam Durham 
Carl Ellis 

Raymond Forsyth 
J. E. Gammill 

Joyce Griffin 
Eddie Hall 
Bill Haralson 
A. L. Harris 
William Hassill 
William Hastie 
Juanita Hayes 

Marilyn Hammond 

Carolyn Justice 
Elton Kytle 
Mary Lancaster 
Claude Mathis 



Hillman Mathis 
Lillie Mazzara 
Frank McCoy 
Lon Miller 

Huel Morrison 
Ray Mundy 

Marie NeSmith 
Walter Newby 
Sarah Norred 
T. G. Parker 
Carol Pickens 

Tommie Reinhardt 

George Ritch 
Walter Schutz 
Edward Speer 

Milton Sterman 

Imogene Thrasher 
R. G. Waldrop 
Guy Watwood 
John Wintter 



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GREATER B.S.U. COUNCIL 

Louise Anderson, Frances Barksdale, Ila 
Merle Barnes, Jimmie Brigance, Marga- 
ret Browning, Mary Sue Canada, Lur- 
ames Compton, Merrill Cook, Annie 
Bell Counts, Polly Covington, David 
Czachurski, Joe Daughtry, Terry De- 
Foor, Dorothy Dodd, Frank Donaldson, 
Ruth Driskill, Howard Foshee, Jane El- 
len Gaines, Myra Gravlee, Mrs. James 
Hall, James N. Hall, Marilyn Ham- 
mond, Louise Howard, Stanley Howell, 
Mildred Hughes, Iva Nell Hurt, Martha 
Ann Jenkins, Mildred Jetton, Evan 
Johnson, Ibbie Nell Johnson, Jo Ann 
Jordan, Maude Ellen Jenkins, Gerry 
Mitchell, Florine Parrish, James Pea- 
cock, Carol Pickens, Evelyn Reed, Cecil 
Reid, George Ricker, Genie Rae Slocum, 
Nancy Smith, James Stivender, Doris 
Teague, Flora Lou Thomas, Robert 
Weaver, Sara Woodall. 



First Row: Neil Shepard, Margie Godwin. 

Second Ron.' Robert Thompson, Mary Vesta Barnard. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

OFFICERS 

Neil Shepherd President 

Margie Godwin, Robert Thompson 1st Vice-President 

Mary Vesta Barnard 2nd Vice-President 

Wallace Keown 3rd Vice-President 

Virginia Skipper... Secretary 

Helen Judy.._. Treasurer 



One of the most contributive organizations to 
the social and religious activities at Howard is the 
Baptist Student Union. Open to every Baptist 
on the campus, its members belong to many other 
campus organizations. 

The main aim of the B.S.U. is to uphold the 
ideal of brotherhood and Christian happiness on 
our campus. It serves as a link between college 
life and religious life. 

An important service rendered by the B.S.U. is 
the sponsorship of Religious Focus Week which is 
an event beneficial to all students on the campus. 
During this week outstanding speakers and Bap- 



tist workers visit the campus giving informal talks 
in each classroom. Services are held everyday in 
chapel to capacity crowds and every evening 
classes and services are held in Main under the 
guidance of these capable leaders. 

The B.S.U. annual banquet at Ruhama Church 
is one of the main events in the social calendar of 
the year. With Neil Shepard as President the or- 
ganization has had one of its most successful years 
and the two councils of B.S.U. have served to 
unite its efforts with those of the entire student 
body. 



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MISSION BAND 

OFFICERS 

Henry Nettles... . President 

Fred Chestnut Vice-President 

Margaret Browning Secretary 

Gerry Mitchell Treasurer 

The work of the Mission Band is that which the name implies. The group is a 
friendship circle and all students who are interested in the mission field of Christian 
work are welcomed. Besides having an interest in foreign mission, the Mission Band is 
supporting and working in various missions around Birmingham. 

Mission Band does not have the usual organizational set-up, but functions smoothly 
and efficiently on a volunteer basis. 



First Rou>: Louise Anderson, James Bouchillon, Margaret Browning, Martin Campbell, George Coaker, Raymond Cosby. 
Second Row 1 : Joy Cunningham, Terry DeFoor, Dennis Dodd, Jane Ellen Gaines, Glenn Dismukes, Howard Golden. 
Third Roil': Gene Garrick, Cosby Hall, Veloreese Harper, Martha Anne Jenkins, Evan Johnson, Iba Nell Johnson. 
Fourth Row: Sam Jones, Beth Kelley, Eleanor McCartney, Gerry Mitchell, Henry Nettles, W. A. Poe, Frieda Robinson. 
Fifth Row: Viola Sturgeon, Doris Teague, Charles Terry, Robert, Thompson, Evelyn Winter, Sarah Woodall, Jane Zbinden. 





First Row: John Carr, E. C. Glenn, Donn Hill. 
Second Roir: Ernest Mickler, Frank Wadsworth. 



KAPPA PHI KAPPA 

OFFICERS 

E. C. Glenn... President 

Ernest Mickler Vice-President 

Donn E. Hill Secretary and Treasurer 

Kappa Phi Kappa is a professional education fraternity confining its activity to in- 
stitutions with well developed departments of education. It admits to membership per- 
sons belonging to the undergraduate Greek-letter fraternities, and does not bar its mem- 
bers from belonging to honorary or graduate organizations. Membership is limited to male 
students who are taking, or have taken, courses in the Department of Education, and 
includes graduate students and faculty members. 

Kappa Phi Kappa was incorporated in 1922 under the laws of New Hampshire. 
The incorporation of the national body preceded the organization of local chapters, a 
situation unique among fraternities 

MEMBERS 

John Carr Robert Lanrford Harold Patton 

Wheeler Flemming Ernest Mickler Kirby Pickle 

E. C. Glenn George Olvera P. A. Tandiver 

Donn E. Hill Frank A. Wadsworth 

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Y. W. C. A. 



OFFICERS 

Virginia Skipper President 

Mary Vesta Barnard Vice-President 

Dorothy Brown Secretary 

Helen Judy Treasurer 

Gerry Mitchell Social Chairman 

Nelda Ruffin, Margie Godwin and Frances Barksdale.. ...Program Committee 

Jean Cook Reporter 

Dorothy Clark Chairman of Freshman Commission 

Seeking to promote fellowship among all women students, the Y.W.C.A. sponsors 
service activities as well as taking part in numerous benefit campaigns. Though this 
organization is interdenominational, its efforts in bringing about a closer understanding 
among the women students on the campus has been recognized by all. Y.W.C.A. proudly 
boasts that its purpose is to develop the "Fourfold Life", meaning physical, mental, so- 
cial, and spiritual development. 

Having reorganized this year after a period on inactivity Y.W.C.A. has regained its 
previous outstanding recognition on the campus with Virginia Skipper as president. The 
Y.W.C.A. cabinet plans and executes the organizations activities. 

First Row: Mary Vesta Barnard, Dorothy Brown, Gerry Mitchell. 

Second Ron : Nelda Ruffin, Margie Godwin, Frances Barksdale, Dorothy Clark. 




IN APPRECIATION 



SEYMOUR WILKES 

Editor 

1947 ENTRE NOUS 




It is with a sigh of relief and some regret that 
the close of this book has come. Being editor of 
the Entre Nous has meant more to me than I can 
express on one page. At some time during the 
year, I had the pleasure of working with every 
student and wish to thank them personally for 
their wonderful spirit of cooperation. Without 
students there could be no yearbook, for each 
Entre Nous is truly an accounting of students 
and their activities during the year. We have tried 
to put down for posterity the highlights of this 
college year. I hope we have fulfilled that pur- 
pose. 

Editing this annual has given me the oppor- 
tunity of meeting more students than I would 
have ordinarily. Many of these newly made ac- 
quaintances have become close associates of mine, 
and if I had gained nothing more from this expe- 
rience, then knowing these people as I do would 
have fully sufficed for my work. 

I would like to take this opportunity to express 
my deepest appreciation to Mr. Bob Faerber of the 
Alabama Engraving Company for his wonderful 



cooperation and his many hours of work on this 
book. He has been grand to work with and truly 
much of this publication is his. I would also like 
to thank Mr. Orville Lawson of the Birmingham 
Printing Company, first for his patience, also for 
his advice on this years annual. Credit is also due 
Mr. Bob Bremson and Mary Derzis for the splen- 
did photographs and services they gave. 

To my assistant editor, Rai Carpenter, I could 
never express enough thanks and appreciation for 
all the time she has devoted to this year-book. 
Her constant willingness to work, her dependabil- 
ity and her helpful advice will always be remem- 
bered. Also my appreciation goes to Martha Nell 
Stuart, Mary Burns, Joyce Griffin, Ansel Sharp, 
Neil Carter, Betty Ann Johnsey, and others of 
the staff who have worked faithfully. Without 
the help of Mr. Joe Overton, Murrell Johnson and 
David Thompson, all the student activity pictures 
in this book would not have been possible. 

These are the people who put out your 1947 
Entre Nous. If you like it, tell them you do, for 
to them the credit is due. 



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