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THE SHINING LIGHT 

I think you know 

The shining light of eternal reason ; 

The perfect reason, revealed to you. 

You know now all things. 

You look ; our strife is known. 

May we who can 

Accept your smile; and reason 

Be our guide to knowledge while we ma\ 

You know the True Value — 

The beauty of the mind. 

Is there more beyond this 
That we may reach while here? 
Can there be another thing 
Yet more dear than this 
That so few find? 

A superficial soul 

Delights to know a common thing 

Of doubtful value, known to all. 

'ray. help us take a better choice 
To make us free. 





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HIGHLIGHTS DF ANOTHER YEAH 




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A. CALVIN FORRESTER, 
President 



STUDENT 



The president of the student body at I Inward this year 
was a man known to all for his never-ending energy, 
Calvin Forrester. After a very hotly contested run-off 
between Calvin and Wade Schultz, in which Calvin 
emerged the winner by a very few votes, our president 
went righl to work to prove that we had elected the 
right man. Some of his deeds fur the year include the 
elaborate decorations for Navy Day, the organization of 
the nucleus of a hand for Howard, and the organization 
of a pep squad to accompany our basketball team on all 
their road games. There are many more too numerous to 
mention. We are very proud of our student body presi- 
dent, Calvin Forrester. 



STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 



The officers of the student body were one 
short this year due to the fact that the duly 
elected treasurer. Ilennie Jean Jones, assumed 
the duties of a married woman after the spring 



elections and left school. James Merk and 
(ienie Rae Slocum have given Calvin Forrester 
excellent assistance in his job and the entire 
student body is deeply grateful to them for a 
job well done. 



Left to Right: James Merk. 
Vice-President; Genie Rae 
Slocum, Secretary; A. 
Calvin Forrester. President 



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GOVERNMENT... 



STUDENT SENATE 1948 



The Student Senate is the highest student 
governing body on the campus, and is directly 
responsible to the student body for the con- 
ducting of its affairs and the disposition of its 
funds. The panel is presided over by the presi- 
dent of the student body, who is elected by 
popular vote in the spring elections. The 
senators are elected by the classes in their 



respective meetings. The group is responsible 
for our annual, our school paper, our student 
elections, and just about anything that comes 
under the head of Howard Activities. This is 
one organization in which there is all work 
and no play and every member of this highest 
honored group on the campus deserves a pat 
on the back for a job well done. 



Left to tiit/ltt, seated: Neil Shepherd, h. T. Robertson, Joyce Griffin, James Merk, Genie Rae S locum, Stanley 

Howell 
Standing: James Hall, Floyd Yarbrough, Charles Martin, Davis O'Kelley, James Stivender, Earl Brown, \\ adi 

Schultz 






E. M. FORD, IK. 
Editor 



].. T. ROBERTSON 
. Issistant Editor 



II. P. ( PAT) P vTTON 
Business Manager 



VL ENTRE NDUS 



Webster's Collegiate Dictionary defines "annual" as: 

1. Returning or occurring every year. 

We of the staff believe that a student should receive his or her copy of the 
year's annual in the spring of that particular year. By giving you the 1948 edition 
of the Entre Nous this spring, the succeeding editor should be relieved of what- 
ever printing difficulties result from overlapping late editions. We hope we have 
sel a precedent for future dates of edition. 

2. Pertaining to the year. 

You students and organizations certainly made this a lively year at Howard. 
The photographer and editors became weary at times following you hither and 
yon in an attempt to record your activities for posterity, hut it was good to know 
you had that intangible thing called "school spirit." It was impossible to record 
events beyond Christmas. 11)4?, and still meet the printing schedule. For nexl 
year's editor, we did make pictures of varii us events which shall be included in his 
or her edition. You might refer to us as a "scape-goat." 

3. Lasting only one year. 

Add our hook to the other records of college life you've accumulated. The 
staff will he greatly repaid if you prove Mr. Webster wrong by making our edi- 
tion a life-long, appreciated pictorial. 



THE STAFF 

E. M. Ford, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

h. T. Robertson Assistant Editor 

H. P. (Pat) Patton Business Manager 

Joyce Griffin... Associate Editor 

Morris Battle Associate Editor 

William Bentley ...Snap Shots 

Maxwell Preston Snap Slwts 

Alex L. Bush Photographer 

Dean William P. Dale II.. Faculty Advisor 

General Assistants: 

Don Wyatt, Anne Breeden, Janie Smith, 
Mary Jo Brown, H. R. Caufield and Frank- 
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Editor-in-Chief 



The Editor-in-Chief of the Crimson this year was Boyce S. Albright, who is undoubted- 
ly one of the busiest men on the campus. Beside running a highly successful newspaper, 
printing a copy every week during school terms, lie is an active member of a fraternity and 
engages in all other social activities. The editor of the Crimson is elected by popular vote 
of the student body in the spring elections and under the direction of Boyce the paper lias 
been very popular. 



THE STAFF 



These are the people responsible for the 
weekly 1 Inward College newspaper, the Crim- 
son. This year, under capable leadership both 
From its editor and faculty advisor, the Crim- 
son has hit a new high of presenting more 
news and less advertising than ever before. 



While there are those among us that felt that 
the paper was not truly representative of the 
feeling of the entire student body, the Crim- 
son nevertheless has spoken with what they 
consider to be the actual truth regarding any 
situation. 



C R I M S D M . . . 



THE STAFF 

Boyce Albright Editor 

Cecil Roper Associate Editor 

Crawford Howell — Business Manager 

Robert Weaver _ .News liditor 

Jo Griffin —Feature liditor 

Nkll Rae Sample ....Society Editor 

Eari, Brown ...Sports Editor 

J!(ivd Barnard Circulation Manager 

David Thompson Circulation Manager 

David Thompson, Louis O'Connor Photographers 



NEWS STAFF 

Martha Anne Jenkins, Gaye Byars, Peggy Hagood, 
Lance W. Anderson, Anne Bell, Margaret Browning, 
Georganne Jacobs, James Harding, O. B. Hunter, 
Charles Cleveland, Ivor Johnson, Virginia Casey 

FEATURE STAFF 

Jimsy Murphree, Bette Sue Drake, Walter Stovall, 
Xelda Ruffin, Jeanette Johnson, Florence Kirby, 
Doss Wills, Frank Bledsoe, Marjorie Sue Barclift 

SPORTS STAFF— Frank Rains, Ellis Wanninger, 

George Sharp 



SOCIAL STAFF- 
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Stuart, Fannye 





BULL PUP 



EDITOR AND STAFF, 1948 



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Georganne Jacobs 

WALTER StoVAI.L 



Marjorie Sue Barclift 
Jane Lankford 



The purpose of the Bull Pup is to give the 
freshmen entering Howard College an insight 
into the administration and customs of How- 
ard. .Marjorie Sue Barclift, this year's editor, 
did an exceptional joh which is appreciated 
.not only by the freshmen but by the upper 
classmen as well. All of us learned some- 
thing that we did not know about Howard 
through reading her publication. 

Had Marjorie Sue and her staff been given 
more money and time, they could have turned 
out a fine 1947-48 Bull-Pup ANNUAL. As 
it finally appeared, it might be referred to as 



a fine miniature of a really good year book. 
They managed to take the book out of the 
technical category which resulted in the crea- 
tion of an interesting guide for the various 
phases of college life. 

For the first time, numerous pictures were 
used and incidentally some new worthwhile 
advice was doled out to the freshmen. We 
doubt if another Bull-Pup of this caliber will 
be published any time soon. 

Refer to it often as you will find something 
new upon each reading. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



If you think it would be fun to compile a 
list of every student in college, you would 
have a good time working with the men of 
Alpha Phi Omega. Not only do they some- 
how manage to include the name of every stu- 
dent in their directory with a minimum of 
errors but they also include such information 
as home address, local address, telephone num- 
ber and religious preference. 

This year's directory was published through 



the combined efforts of Earl Butler, W. T. 
Edwards, H. D. Patton, and H. P. Patton. 
The directory, of course, represents many 
hours of work. 

The Student Senate contributed their aid 
to the publication in a financial way. 

We are indeed proud of their annual pub- 
lication and moreover, are glad to include this 
year for the first time, a page of recognition 
to the men of Alpha Phi Omega. 



Karl Butler, President, A.P.O., Presenting First Copy of Directory to Dr. J. A. Fincher, Faculty Advisor 



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DUR PRESIDENT 

What I Inward College is today is due principally to the efforts of her president, Major 
Harwell (1. Davis. When he assumed leadership of the school, a very heavy debt hung over 
it. Today, after seven years of hard work in which all the experience of a long and varied 
career, ranging from an attorney-at-law to Collector of Internal Revenue for this state, was 
employed, the college is free of debt and plans have been formulated for the erecting of a new 
and much larger campus for Howard. Still, our president is never too busy to listen to the 
cares and worries of the students and the various organ- 
izations on the campus. He once remarked. *'the stu- 
dents are the heart of any college," and he is truly a 
friend of all the students. We, the students of Howard 
College, will never forget -Major Davis, our beloved 
president. 



M \.K)k DAVIS 

WITH HIS BELOVED 

GB \\l> MUr.HTKK 




ADMINISTRATION 



Major and Mrs. Davis 





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DEAN P. P. BURNS 

Dean of the College 



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( )ne of the busiest men Oil Howard's cam- 
pus is Dean Burns. Beside attending to all the 
duties incidental to his position as Dean of 
the College, Dean Burns teaches several class- 
es each quarter. Bui regardless of all this, his 
office is always open to any and all students. 
lie is never too hiisv to take "time out" to 
talk over a problem with a student. lie is 
much responsible for Howard being known 
over the entire South as the "Friendly Col 



lege." In Dean Burns, we see everything that 
has made Howard what it is today, lie is a 
scholar, teacher, business man and Christian 
gentleman. He is the kind of dean who has 
made the rules of Howard fit the student 
rather than the student fit the rules. 

We, the students, will never forget Dean 
Burns for when we think of Howard College, 
we will think of him as he represents every- 
thing that Howard is today. 



DEAN WILLIAM P. DALE, II 

No man on Howard's campus will ever forget the ''man 
with the smile," Dean William Pratt Dale, II. Very 
seldom is he seen when he is not smiling and does not 
have his ever understanding sister, Mary Dale, with him. 
In no class on the campus do we feel more free to speak 
our mind than in his. Without a doubt, there is no man on 
the campus more fitted to be our Dean of Men. 










DEAN AND MARY DALE 



DEANS... 




DEAN EVELYN SELLERS 

In the short time that Dean Sellers has 
been at Howard, she has become an integral 
part of the campus life. A social calendar 
giving full information on all social events 
was one of her first accomplishments and 
one which we were all glad to receive. Re- 
gardless of her class room activities which 
occupy a good part of her time. Dean Sel- 
lers always ha- time tor all students, men 
and women, and her office at the head of 
the stairs on the second floor of Main has 
become a meeting place lor both s ( nes. 
Dean Sellers is truly the type of woman 

college «irls dream of becoming. 



MRS. HELEN S. KIRKLANE 
Registrar 

Our charming registrar's office is 
seldom empty of the puzzled hordes of 
freshmen, the bewildered maze of sopho- 
mores, or superior confusion of seniors. 
Yet, Mrs. Kirkland always finds time 
to help straighten out our troubles. For 
her remarkable efficiency, we will ever 
remember Mr-. Helen Sharbut Kirkland, 
herself a graduate of I Inward College 




OFFICERS J ADMINISTRATION 




MH. LENT 5. BREWSTER 
Assistant to the President 

"The man with the money" is the 
name by which Mr. Brewster is known 
to the majority of the students. He 
has guided the financial affairs of 
Howard College in a most superb 
fashion and there is DO matter too 
large or small for his scrutiny. 
While he is at the helm of the finances 
of Howard, we are sure the pen will 
continue to write in hlack ink. 



Mil. M. G. GSBDRN, JR. 

Public Relations Ojjieer, and Staff 

Another newcomer to our campus, but one 
that has been needed for many years, is the 
Office of Public Relations. L'nder the cap- 
able leadership of Mr. Osborn, Howard has 
received more publicity this year than ever be- 
fore. He and his staff, composed of Mrs. 
Charles Martin and Miss Rosa Lyon, are to be 
congratulated on their fine work. 





MISS MABLE WILLDUGHBY 

Head Librarian 

Under the skillful guidance of Miss Willoughby, our 
library has grown by leaps and bounds the past year. 
We are very proud of such a fine accomplishment on 
the part of our librarian. 



Mll.'i. ,1. II. HAMHICK 

Hostess, Girls' Dormitory 

"Hammy," as she is better known to every one on Howard's cam- 
pus (especially to the single girls and boys), has a job which few 
of us desire; thai "i keeping the girls in and the boys out. Mow 
ever, she possesses that qualitj of understanding which makes all 

of us love her. 








HOWARD'S 



Top Row 

ACTON, III I. CEE M.. A.M.. Ph. I). 
Professor of Romance Languages 

ALLEN, MRS. B. C. 
Secretary Office of Promotion 

ATCHISON, RAY M., A.M. 
Instructor in English 



Second Row 

BALLARD, EDN \ M I'.DI.IX. AH. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

BARRETT, A. I... M. A. 

^sst Professor of Economics 

BERNEKING, II \RVLA \ '.. M.A. 
Instructor in Music, Piano, Organ 



Third Row 

BOYD, NANCY JAM'. MURPHY, B.S. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

BROWN, ALBERT I-'.., B.S. 
As>t. Professor of Pharmacy 

BROWN, JULIA )).. A.M. 
Asst. Professor in Mathematics 



Fourth Row 

BURDESHAW, MARGARET, A.B. 
Asst. to the Bookkeeper 

C \RLSO\. MAURICE R., A.M. 
Asst. Professor in Mathematics 

CHAPMAN, JAMES H., A.M.. Th.M. 
Professor of Religion 



fifth Row 

COLVIN, MRS. HERMAN I)., M.S. 
Professor, Home Economics 

COUNTS, MARGARET I.. 
Mgr. of Book Store 

CRAIK, I). WARREN, M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Biology 



Sixth Row 

(Rook, MRS. .1. MELBOURNE 
Wt. t<> the Registrar 

DARK. WILLIAM PRATT, II. A.M.. Ph.D. 
Professor of History 

DAVISON, VERNON G, Ph.D. 

Wt. Professor of Religion and Greek 



FACULTY 



Top Roiv 

EZELL, SAMUEL J.. B.S., Th.M., Th.D. 
Director of Promotion 

FINCHER, JOHN A., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 

FORMAN, MARY' E., A.M. 
Asst. Professor of Psychology 



Second Row 

FRANKLIN, THOMAS C, B.S. 
Instructor in Chemistry 

FRARY, SPENCER G, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 

FRYE, ROLAND M., A.B. 
Instructor in English 



Third Row 

GUFFIN, GILBERT L., Th.D. 
Director Extension Dept. Christian Training 

HARDIN, RECTOR R., Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration 

HESS, GEORGE W., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 



fourth Row 

HILL, MRS. WILLIAM A., A.M. 
Asst. Professor of English 

HILL, WILLIAM A., A.M. 
Asst. Professor of Geography 

HUYCK, CLEMENT 1... Ph.D. 
Professor of Pharmacy 

Fifth Row 

IRONS, GEORGE V., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of History 

JONES, JOHN HALL. M.R.Ed., Ed.D. 
Professor of Psychology 

LANKFORD, CHARLOTTE F., A.M. 
Instructor in English 

Sixth Roiv 

LANMON, JAMES M., M.A. 
Instructor in Education 

I.KLIEVRE, CLAR \ C, B.S., C.P.A. 
Asst. Professor of Accounting 

I.ELI KYUE. TlinM \S W.. U.S. 
Asst. Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration 




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Top Row 

LEWIS, HELEN Y., MS. 
Instructor Women's Physical Education 

MATURO, FR WK J. S.. M \. 
Asst. Professor foreign Language 

MARTIN, MRS. CHARLES I.. JR., B.A. 
instructor of Journalism 



Second Row 

MARTIN, II Wi\iX K.. M \. 
Associate Professor Foreign Langu; 

MARTINSON, MRS. KATHLEEN S. B.S. 
Musical Education 
Instructor in Voice, Director of Glee Clubs 

Mk'kl.Kk. INEZ W., A.B. 
Asst. Registrar 



Third Row 

MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA L, A.B. 
Secretary to the President 

McCARVER, CLARENCE E., M.A.. D.Ed 
Professor of Health and Physical Education 

McCULLOUGH, HERBERT A.. M.S.. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of I'iology 

Fourth Row 

McGRlFF, MARY I"... A.M. 
Instructor in History 

NEWFIELD, JOHN A.. M.F.A. 
Associate Professor of Dramatic Arts 

OSBORN, MARVIN G., JR.. M. \. 

Instructor in Journalism, Director of Public 
Relations 

Fifth Row 

PITTMAN, MILDRED C. 
Asst. Bookkeeper 

POLLOCK, LESTER 0., JR., B.S. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 

PUGH, MARTHA II.. AH. 
Instructor in English 

Sixth Row 

QUICK, MARY BETH, A.B., A.B. in L.S. 
Asst. in Circulation Dept of Library 

REDWINE, PARKS. A. P.. Th.D. 
Associate Professor of Bible and Religion 

ROBBINS, RAY F., A. P.. Th.D. 
Associate Professor of Bible and Religion 



FACULTY 



Top Row 

ROBERSON, HERMAN W., M.A. 
Instructor in Physical Education 

RUSSELL, MRS. PAULINE 

Dietician of Woman's Dining Room 

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



Second Roiv 

SELLERS, EVELYN, M.A. 
Instructor in Psychology 

SIZEMORE. MRS. MARGARET D., A.M. 
Instructor in Modern Languages 

SMITH, RAYMOND C, A.B. 
Instructor in Biology 



Third Roiv 

SPARKS, LAURA ANTOINETTE, A.M. 
Associate Professor of Speech 

THOMAS, MARGARET F., A.B., A.B. in 
L.S. 
Cataloguer and Asst. Librarian 

THOMPSON, MARJORIE E., A.B. 

Secretary to Business Manager 



l'onrth Row 

VAN GELDER, MRS. WILLIAM R., A.M. 
Asst. Professor of English 

VIM'S. WILLIAM M.. B.S, D.D. 
Vsst. Professor of Bible 

WEAVER, WILLIAM K., Th.M. 
Director of Student Religious Activites 



Fifth Row 

WHITE, MICHAEL IL. B.S. 

Head Bookkeeper 

WILDER, MRS. CLIFFORD E., A.B. 
\^st. Professor of Art 

WILLIAMS, GERRY \L, A.B. 
Administrative Staff 



Solium Row 

WILLOUGHBY, MABEL 
L.S. 
Director of the Library 



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XAX. JOHN, M.S.. I'h. I)., F.A.I.C. 
Professor of Chemistn 





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DF THE YEAR... 

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* SENIORS 

Neil Shepherd President (standing) 



Ellis Kytle 
Dorothy Clark 
[ohn Newell 



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Davis ( )'Kellev 
John Holland 
Pat Parkeb 



Miriam Cockrell 



President 
I 'ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



I 'ice-President 
Secretary 

Treasurer 



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SOPHGMGRES 

Stanley Howell ... President 
Bill Parrar Vice-President 

Jo Griffin Secretary 

Carolyn Boyd Treasurer 




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Beverly Knight Secretary 


MlRIAW HERD Treasurer 


Bl \ \i i EN Senator 



Vke SENIOR CLASS - 1940 



Top / 

Aders, William Dwighi History 

Ministerial Assn., B. S. V .. Greater Council, 
Birmingham, Via. 



Barclift, Marjorie Sue, aaii English 

Choir, Masquers, Entre Nous Staff I'M". Crimson 
Staff 1946, Editor Bull-Pup 1948, tf.W.CA., 
Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Albright, Boyce S.. iik\ History 

Editor Crimson 1947-48; Asst. Editor Crimson 
1946--I7. President HKA 1946, Secretary A*0 
1946; Kappa Phi Kappa. Kappa Delta Pi, Who's 
Who in Amer. Colleges ami Univ. 1948, Haley- 
villc, Ala. — U. S. Engineers, 



Anderson, Jack Franklin 

Millrv, Ala." I". S. Army. 



Pharmacy 



Anderson, William Roderick Pharmacy 
\iiut. Pharm. Assn., Tile and Mortar, Bonifay, 
Fla.— U. S. Navy 



Third Roiv 

Barnes, Julian !•'. Bus. Adm. 

Pi Gamma Mu, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Bass, Roberi B. Pharmacy 

Colonial Beach, Va. — U. S. Army. 

Batch. Charles Henry, SN Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — L'. S. Navy. 

Bell, Anne Carroll, A In Spanish 

Crimson Staff I'M/. French Club, Spanish Club, 
V.W.A.. Fort Deposit, Ala. 



Second Row 

Andrews, Morris M. Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Troy, Ala. — Army Air 
Force 



Fourth /v < i t i ■ 

BoLDING, William TARPLEY, 1IKA Bus. Adm. 
Mu Alpha Nu, Pi Gamma Mu, Red Bay, Ala.— 
I'. S. Navy. 



Apperson, Marjorie Elizabeth, $M 

Pre-Medical 
Masquers, Biology Lab tnstr, "My Sister Ei- 
leen", Entre Nous Staff 1945, Beauty Parade 
1948, Birmingham, Ala. 



Atkins. | laxita 
Sulligent, \la. 



'Looky, Looky, hooky" 



English 




Boner, Alice Marguerite English 

Birmingham, Ala. — Wac, U . S. Army. 



Bowdoin, Braxton C. 

Leeds, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Pre-Medical 



Bow i. inc. James < >glethorpe 
Birmingham, .Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Bottom A 

Brigance, Cecil |i m mie 

\'i>'-.\ Kappa Pi, Mobile, Ala. 

Burnett, \i ill C, iik \ 
Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Bus. Adm. 

I 'sychology 
Pre-Medical 
Biology 



Burns, Mary S.. ax«> 

Alpha Epsilon Delta. Birmingham, Ala 



Byars, Ethel Gaye, B20 English 

llypatia. Y.W.C.A., Marshall and Secretary 
BSO, Crimson Staff 1948, Birmingham, Ala. 



ZL SENIDH CLASS - 1948 



Top l 

Byars, Mary Elizabeth, BSO 

Birmingham, Ala. 



I [istorv 



Carlisle, [nice Elise, a In Biology 

Girl's Intramural Spoil'-, Birmingham, Ala. 

Carpenter, Rai, aaii Sociology 

Entre Nous Staff 1945, '46, '47. Asst. Ed. Entre 
Nous P>47. Pres. aaii 1947, Vice-Pres. W.S.G. 
1946, Pre-. Jr. AAWW, Pi Gammu Mu. Y.W.A., 
Evergreen, Ala. 

Carr, |oiin Hamilton Sociology 

Pres. Trident 1947. Pres. Pi Gammu Mu 1947", ' 
Pres. Mu Alpha Chi 1947. A Cappella Choir, 
Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 194K. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Second Row 

Casey, B. Virginia, 'I'M History 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Chandler, [ohn I).. UKA Bus. Adm. 

Athens, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

Christmas. I.orisi-: Anderson Bus. Adm. 
Y.W.A.. B.S.U., Dormitory Council, Mission 
Band, Thomasville, Ala. 

Clark, Dorothy, $M Pharmacy 

Sec. Senior Class 1948. Tile & Mortar. Spatula 
Club, W.A.A., VAV.C. A.. UFayette, Ala. 



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Third A'. 

Ci.ark. Elizabeth B. History 

Pi Gamma Mu. Reporter-Historian-Secretary 
Kappa Delta Pi. Vice-Pres. Hypathia, YAV.C. V. 
Secretary P AC. Journalism, J A. A. CAY., [n- 
ter- National Relations Clul>. Birmingham, Ala. 

Clark, James II. I tistorj 

I'i C.amma Mu, Birmingham, Ala.— Army Air 
Force. 

Clements, Ervin Raswell, Jr. Pharmacy 
Tile & Mortar. Amer. Pharm, Assn., Birming- 
ham, Ala. — I'. S. Navy . 

Cleveland, Billy Francis Bus. Adm. 

Kappa Pi. Av-t. Bus. Mgr. Crimson 1946, Syla- 
cauga, Ala.— U. S. Army. 

Fourth h' 

Coaker, George Mack Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mu Alpha Chi, Choir, Mo- 
bile Ala. 

Connell, Bruce Fowler Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Trident, Gordo, Ala.— U. S. 
Army. 

Cornelius, Ollie Lee, BSO Home Economics 

Reporter B20, Publicity Chairman Home Econ. 
Club, Birmingham, Ala. 

Cotter, John I. Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. A>sn., Tile & Mortar. Birming- 
ham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Bottom Row 

COZART, Thomas EDWARD 
Birmingham, Ala. 

CROWDER, Thomas C. 

Lawrenceburg, Tenn. — U. S. Navy. 

Davidson. C. Helen, <i>M 
I [ypatia, Birmingham, Ala. 



Religion 

Pharmacy 

English 

Bus. Adm. 



Dean, Miles Tillman 
"H" Club. Basketball '42, '43, '46, '47, Pinning 
ham, Ala. — I". S. Navy. 




1 



Cotter 



Ckhw im k 



Davidson 



Dean 






ZL SENIOR CLASS - 194B 



'/'<>/' Row 

I )i Foor, Tri ry W vlton Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Phil Campbell, Ala. 

I)i Benedetto, Gildo Salvatore Pharmacy 
Ensley, Ala.- U. S. Navy. 

Dickey, Rex Herndon, SAE History 

Choir, Mu \lpha Chi, B.S.U., Vice-Pres. Soph.' 
Class, Ministerial Assn., Y.M..CA., Mission 
Hand. Boylston, Ala. 

Dickson, William Trice History 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Second Rozv 

Dodd, John Eugene History 

Intra- Mural Sports, Ministerial \smi., Pres. 

\.|>!->, Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948, 
Semmes, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Dobbins, James P., Jr., $AT Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 

Army. 

Eldredge, James Foster Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Epsman, Auk Economics 

••!•" Club, Basketball '40, '41, '42, Birmingham, 
Ala. — U. S. Army. 



The Spiritual, Social and Physical Group 




Third Row 

Evans, Emily I Ielen Drama 

Alpha Psi Omega, Masquers, Kappa Pi, Class 
Honors '46, French Club, Pres. Masquers '47. 
Pi ('.annua Mu, Beauty Parade 1948, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Forrester, A. Calvin Religion 

Pres. Student Body 1947, Trident, Masqui 
Kappa Delta l'i. Debating Club, International 
Relations Club, Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & 
Univ. l ( M<s. Birmingham, Ala. 

Forrester, Christine Duncan English 

Hypatia, Pits. Hypatia, Class Honors l n 47. 
Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948) I 
mingham, Ala. 



Fowler, Montriel 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Fourth Ron 1 

Frost, Alice Marguerite, a/ 

Dietetics Club. Birmingham, Ala. 



1 [istorv 



I )iete'tics 



Fuller, Betty Ann. aaii Sociology 

Y.W.A.. Home Econ. Club, Laurel. M]ss. 

Garmon, William Sewell, All* Sociology 

Centre, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Gartman, Earl Lloyd Phy. Educ. 

"H" Club, Football '40. '41. Basketball '41, '47. 
Tarrant, Ala.— Army Air Force. 

Bottom Row 

Glidewell, Ralph M., II KA Bus. Adni. 

Sec IIKA '4o, Pres. IIKA 47, [ntra-Mural Sports, 
Birmingham, Ala. — L". S. Army. 

Godwin, Margie English 

Vice-Pres. Masquers, B.S.U., YAY..V. Who's 

Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948, Tallassee, 

Ala. 

Grammas, Fannye Dietetics 

Dietetic Club, Crimson Staff '47. Birmingham, 

Ala. 

Gravlee, Pauline Elizabeth Psycholog) 
Birmingham, Ala. 



DeFoor 

DiBenedetto 
Dickey 
Dickson 




VL SENIOR CLASS - 194B 



Top Row 

Grim wood, James Maurice, iik a 
Birmingham, Ala. I . S. Navy. 



Mist 



<>rv 



1 [all, James X. Bus. Adm. 

\ Cappella Choir, Mu Alpha Nu Pres., Pi Gamma 
Mn. Vice-Pres. and Pres. Student Body 1946, 
Student Senate. Masquers, Trident, Who's Who 
in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948. Montgomery, Ala. 
— U. S. Army. 

Hall, W. Cosby Religion 

A Cappella Choir, Vice-Pres. Ministerial Assn., 
Mission Band, B.S.U., Montgomery, Ala. 

Hand, Edsel Leo Pre-Medical 

A Cappella Choir. Glee Club, Birmingham, Ala. 

— Paratroopers, V. S. Army. 



Second Row 

Harris, Alvin Leake, SX Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Vice-Pres. Amer. Pharm. Assn., 
Selma, Ala.— I*. S. Army. 

Hastie, William Carleton, Jr.. 2X Pharm. 

Pres. Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — Army 
Air Force. 



Hearn, Jack Carey, IIK«I> 
Ubertville, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



History 



Henderson, Milton Saunders Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Peggy Gets an Earful 




Third Row 

Hight, Job n V .. 2N 
Birmingham, Ala. — I . S. Navy. 



Pharmacy 



Hinton, Forrest Pre-Medical 

Alpha Epsilon Delta. Birmingham, \la. V. S. 
Army. 



I [olland. Claude M. 



"re-Medical 



Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pinson, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 

Holland, E. Sidni v Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Tile & Mortar, Birming- 
ham, Ala.— I'. S. Navy. 



Fourth Row 

Hollow ay, Marilyn 

Tile & Mortar, Spatula, Guin, Ala. 



•harmacy 



Howard, Emma Louise Rel. Educ. 

A Cappella Choir, Hypatia. Y.W.C.A., Y.W'.A , 
Hermanville, Miss. 

Irwin. Orrie Walker, Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

[saacks, Walter Jackson. Jr.. 1IK\ Pharm. 
Tile & Mortar. Amer. Pharm. Assn., Ala. 
Pharm. Assn., Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 

Bottom Row 

Jacob, Georganne Rally. A All Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Crimson Staff 1946, Asst. 
Editor Bull-Pup 1947, Entre Nous Staff 1948, 
B.S.U. Council, Dormitory Council, French 
Club, YAY.A. Council, Vice-Pres. AAII, Mu Al- 
pha Chi, Carrollton, Ala. 

Jacobson, Richard Kalman Math. 

Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

foHNSON, Robert J. Economics 

Pi Gamma Mu, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 



Jones, Henry Lewis, iika 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Physics 




( ", KIM WOOD 

Hall, J. 
Hall, W 
Hand 



I ARKIS 



Hastie 



Hearn 



Henderson 



1 1 IGHT 



Hinton 



Holland, C. 



Holland, E. 



I [OLLOWAY 



loWARD 



Ikwi n 



ISA VCKS 



I U OK 



\i OBSON 
fOHNSON 
[ONES 



VL SENIDR CLASS - 1948 



Top I 

Ki iii y, Hi in English 

B.S.U., Y.W.A., Dormitory Council, Hartford, 

Ala. 



Kim;. Wiu.i \m Moye 
Cullman. Ala. — U. S. Ainu. 



1 [istory 



Kytle, Elton 1.. Pharmacy 

A$Q, Trident, Amer. Pharm. Assn.. Boaz, Ala., 
I'. S. Army. 

Lancaster, Mary M. Pharmacy 

W.A.A., Tik- & Mortar, Sec. Amer. Pharm. 
Assn., Pres. Spatula, V.W.A., Steppville, Ala. 



Third Row 

l.(iM). Elmeb Slav, k^ Pharmacy 

Till' ami Mortar, A.|><>, Birmingham, Ala. 

Mackey, Peggy Jean, aaii Sociolog) 

Pi Gamma Mu, Birmingham, Ala. 

Marion, Sri-: Carol History 

A Cappella Choir, Mu Alpha Chi, B.S.U. Coun- 
cil, Montgomery, Ala. 

Martin. Charles I... Jr., i\ English 

Prcs. B.S.U., State Pres. B.S.U., Student Sen- 
ate, A Cappella Choir, Ministerial Assn., Win.'-, 
Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 1948, Sylacauga, 
Ala. — .Army Air Force. 



Set ">id Row 

Lindsey, A. Ralls Pre-Medical 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Boaz, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Lonergan, Ruth Elois, 'I'M Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Lowry, Emery Moore, Jr., axa Economics 
"H" Cluh. Basketball '47, '48, Intramural Sports, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

l.owRY. Katherine Virginia, aaii B. Adm. 

Pi Gamma Mu. International Relations Club, 
Women's Athletic Assn., Beauty Parade 1948, 
Birmingham, Ala. 



They form tin- '/. ( Ian 








Fourth Row 

\1 VSSEY, Tiii'.o. 1IK<I> Economics 

Inter-Frat. Council, Birmingham, Ala. — Army 
Air Force. 

Matims, Claude Hillman, Jr., iika Pharm. 

Corinth. Miss.— U. S. Army. 

Miller, Lon Pharmacy 

Anniston. Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Moss. Jacqueline Rose French 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Hollow R'ozu 

Mullins, Lutheb C, Jr. English 

Financial Sec. Kappa Phi Kappa, Y.M.C.A., 
Helena. Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

McDonald, Charles E., SN Bus. Adm. 

Member Inter-Frat. Council, 47. Masquers '47, 
Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

McElwey, John Donald Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

NeSmith, Marie, *M Pharmacy 

V.W.A., Vf.W.CA., Sec. Spatula, Tile & Mor- ' 
tar, Beauty Parade '48, Blountsville, Ala. 



VL SENIOR CLASS - 1948 



Top Row 

New, I [arr^ I'... \.\.\ Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, A*0, Tuscaloosa, Ala.— U. S. 
Navy. 

Newell, John II. Accounting 

Treas. Mu Alpha Xu '47. Auditor Student 

Govt. '47. Treas. Senior Class '47-'48, Cullman, 

Ala. — l'. S. Army. 

Newman, Kith. <i».M English 

Chi Alpha Sigma, Entre Nous Stan' '47, Scholar- 
ship Day. Tau Sigma, Childersburg, Ala. 

Norred, Sarah Kith Pharmacy 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Tile & Mortar, Spatula, 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Sei ■'in! Row 

( )rdkrs, William 1). Economics 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Patton, Harold Dean History 

"H" Club, A#0, Kappa Phi Kappa. Mu Alpha 
Xu. Henegar, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Payne, Bettie Gene, Bi<> Dietetics 

Dietetics Club, Sec B20, Birmingham, Ala. 

Payne, Marion Thomas Phy. Educ. 

"H" Club, Football '39, '40. Vice-Pres. "H" 
Club, '48, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



'Tis Pity; She Walked Gracefully 




Third Row 

PERKINSON, .March: Anita English 

Che Club '44, Choir '44, '47. See. Choir '47, 
Mu Alpha Chi '46, "H" Day Court '47. Social 
Chairman IS. S.C. '47, Beauty Parade '48, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Penuel, Jean Marie, $M English 

Kappa Pi, Masquers, See. Phi Mu. Beauty 
Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 

Pharr, I. a mar K. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — I*. S. Army. 

Pickens, Carol Pharmacy 

Spatula, Tile & Mortar, Hartselle, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

I'di.. William Allen Religion 

B.S.U., Mission Band, Ministerial Assn., Tus- 
caloosa, Ala. 

Poole, Marguerite Religion 

Commerce, Ga. 

Powell, Loretta Betsy Psychology 

Spanish Club, Birmingham, Ala. 

Presley, Dolphus Clyde History 

Ministerial Assn., Kappa Phi Kappa, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



Bottom Roiv 

Proctor, Robert A., Jr. Psychology 

B.S.U. Council, Ministerial Assn., Gadsden, 
Ala. — Army .Air Force. 

Rainer, Sarah Frances Biology 

B.S.U. Council, Dormitory Council, W.A.A., 
Y.W.A.. Mobile, Ala. 

Pains. Frank S., SN History 

Crimson Staff, '48, P.S.L*., Intramural Sports, 
Tupelo. Miss. 

Randle, Franklin Pierce Math. 

Kappa Delta Pi. Morris, Ala.— I'. S. Navy. 




Mil)(>\ \i i. 



M. I'i w i x 



\'i S Mir 11 



ZL SENIOR CLASS - 1948 



Top Row 

R \r. Billy Pharmacy 

Till' & Mortar, Aim-r. Pharm. Assn., Steppville, 

Ala. U. S. Army. 

RlNKENBERGER, BARBARA COLLEY, AAII I'.iol. 
A.E.D., Beauty Parade '46, Birmingham, Ala. 

RlNKENBERGER, EARL ALBERT 1 're- M I'dical 

Football '41. Trident, VK.D.. Pres. A.E.D., 
Gridley, 111.— L'. S. Navy. 

Ritch, George B., Ik. Pharmacy 

Freshman Marshall, Honor Roll '46, '47, Tri- 
dent, Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn.. Who's 
Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. '48, Birmingham, 
Ala. —Army Air Force. 



Sociology 



Second Row 
Rivers, Ruth, a/ 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Roberson, Freda Yolanda Sociology 

Pi Gamma Mu, B.S.U. Greater Council, Mis- 
sion Band, Monroeville, Ala. 

Romeo, Anthony Michael Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Ruffin, Nelda, BSO English 

Kappa Pi, B.S.U. Council, Vice-Pres. B20, 
Beauty Parade '47 & '48, Tallassee, Ala. 

Thud Row 

Sample, Nell Rae, BSO English 

Pledge Pres. B20 '44. '45. Vice-Pres. B20 '46, 
Pres. nio '47, Pen & Clip Club, Sec. Soph. 
Class, Society Editor Crimson '45, '47, '48, Pub- 
licity Editor B'ham News, A.A.U.W. Pageant 
'47, Repr. Christmas Parade '46, Sec. Student 
Body '46. '47, Intramural Sports, B. O. Cham- 



Extra-Curriculum . Xctivitics 




pion Volley- Hall. Pres. Pan-Hellenic Council 
'47. '48, Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. 
'48, Birmingham, Ala. 

Si ii ultz, W. W u>e Pharmacy 

Delta Phi Alpha, Tile & Mortar. Amer. Pharm.' 
\ssii., Ala. Pharm, Assn., Student Senate, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 

Scott, Sara Ann Home Economics 

Kappa Delta, Birmingham, Ala. 

Shepherd, Cornelius Alston, \k., 

ii ka Bus. Adm. 

Pres. ll K.\, Pres., Vice-Pres. P..S.C. Sec. 
Inter-Frat Council. Tan Kappa Alpha, Pres. 

Senior Class, Pres.. "Oaks," Who's Who in Amer. 
Coll. & Univ. '48. Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 
Fourth I\ 

Sisson, Howard Henson English 

"H" Club, A*fl, Kappa Delta Pi, Who's Who m 
Amer. Coll. & Univ. '47. Birmingham, Ala. — 
U. S. Navy. 

Skipper, Virginia History 

Pres. Y.W.C.A., "H" Day Court, Beauty Parade 

'47 & '48. Sec. B.S.U., Y.W.A.. Panama City, 
Fla. 

SLOCUM, GENIE RAE, AAII Dramatics 

Sec. Student Body '48. Masquers, Mu Alpha Chi, 
W.A.A., International Relations Club, Who's 
Who in Amer. Coll. & Uriiv. '48, Birmingham, 

Ala. 

Smith, Evelyn Psychology 

Beauty Parade '48, Bessemer, Ala. 

Bottom Row 

Smith, Howard WeLDON I 're-Medical 

A.E.D., Pryor Pre-Med Soc. Univ. of Ky., Ky. 

Archaeological Soc, Symphony Orch. & Radio 

Orch. Univ. of Ky., Birmingham, Ala.— C. S. 

Army. 

Smith. Lucian Lamar, Jr., 2N Economics 

l.al'ine. Ala. -U. S. Navy. 

Speer, Edward Vernon, iik<i> Pharmacy 
Treas. Inter-Frat. Council, Pres. IIK<1>, Amer. 
Pharm. Assn., Tile & Mortar. Wetumpka, Ala. 
— U. S. Army. 

Strickland, James Arland, in Math. 

\'i'--'. Intramural Sports, Tyler. T< \. 




Rau 

RlNKERBERGEB, B. 
RlNKENBERGER, E. 
RlTCH 



RlVEBS 

roberson 
Romeo 

RUFFIN 



Sample 
Sqhultz 
Scott 



Shepherd 



SlSSON 



Skipper 



Slocu m 



Smith, E. 



Smith. II. 



Smith, I.. 



Sl'F.ER 



Strk ki \\d 



VL SENIOR CLASS - 194B 



Top Row 

Stuart, Martha Nell, aaii English 

Treas. aam, Vice-Pres. Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Spatula, Tile & Mortar. AA.U.W., Asst. Editor 
Entre Nous, '45. '46, '47, Crimson Staff '48. 
Sec. Dormitory Council, Birmingham, Ala. 

Sturgeon, Viola May Religion 

I',. SI'.. Mission Band, Y.W.A.. Jackson, Miss. 

Taliaferro, Guy Edwin Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Sheffield, Ala— U. S. Navy. 

Teague, Geneva Doris Economics 

B.S.U. Council, Y.W.A., Haleyville, Ala. 



Second Row 

Thompson, Floyd M. 
Masquers, Gadsden, Ala. 



Religion 



Thompson , Robkrt David Chemistry 

A«j>s>, Kappa Pi, Amer. Chemical Soc., Crimson 
Photographer, Camera Club, Mobile, Ala. — U. S. 

Army. 

Thrasher, [mogene I'. Pharmacy 

Till- St Mortar, Spatula Club, Beauty Parade '46, 
Dormitory Council '45, Birmingham, Ala. 

Tinklepaugh, John Malcolm, IIKA Pharm. 
Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Birming- 
ham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Third Row 

Tinney, Charles T., iika 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Todd, Sara Joye 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Medical Corps 



Bus. Adm. 
Biology 



//(■ Majored in Religion 








Tommie, Peggy Joyce, *M Psychologj 

Dormitory Council, Student Senate. Phi Mn 

Plegde Vice-Pres., Vice Pres. Phi Mu, Inter- 
mural Sports. Gadsden, Ala. 

Tucker, Joe B., iika Accounting 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala.— Army 
Air Force. 

Fourth Row 

Turner, George Palmer, Jr., SN Psychology 

Kappa Pi. Trident, Wesley fellowship, Who's 
Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. '48, Birmingham, 
Ala. 



Vaughn, Edna Jekel 

Vernon, Ala. 



Religion 



VeSS, David Marshall History 

Kappa Alpha, Birmingham, Ala. — V. S. Navy. 

Wadsworth, Frank Ard Phy. Educ. 

"H" Club, Basketball '47. '48. Kappa Phi Kappa, 
Intramural Sports, Warrior, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 



Fifth Row 

Walker, Billye J., *M Speech 

Dormitory Council Pres., Y.W.A., Spanish Club, 
IIKA Dream Girl, Beauty Parade '48, Siluria, 

Ala. 



Walker, Gladys Evelyn 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Religion 

Religion 
1 'harmacy 



Walker, Harris Gerald 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Ward, MEREDITH O'KeeNE 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Tuscaloosa, 

Ala. 

Hollow Row 

Webster, John Stewart Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 

Winter. Evelyn Elaine English 

B.S.U., YAW A.. Brookhaven, Miss. 

Woodall, Sara Lee English 

B.S.U. Greater Council, Y.W.A., Mission Band. 

Dormitory Council '4(>. Spanish Club, Centre, 

Ala. 

Yarbrough, Robert Im.oyd, axa Pharmacy 

Student Senate '46. '47. '48. Amer. Pharm. Assn., 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 




Stuart 
Sturgeon 
Taliaferro 
Teague 

Thompson, F. 
Thompson, R. 
Thrasher 
Tinklepaugh 



TlNNEY 

Todd 
Tommie 
Tucker 



Turner 



Vaughn 



Vess 

W'adsuorth 



Walker, B. 
Walker, ('.. 

Walker. H. 
Ward 



\\ 1 BSTER 
Win i ik 
Wood \i.i. 
y irbrough 



Am am 



Baku 

ItM \'\\ IN 



ItUiN Mill. I!. 
B MIS VKI>. M 



Battle 
Beam 



Bentley 
Bennett 



HiiDI NK 
BOUCHILLON 



Brannon 




Butler, L. 
Cameron, I) 

Camphki.i. 

Cajf.v 

Catrf.tt 



VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Row 

\u.k.\, M \ssi^ McCoy Puis. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Aman, Eugie Franklin Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Cottonwood, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 

Baker, Joyce, <I>M Chemistry 

Masquers, Cheerleader '47, Beauty Parade '48, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Baldwin, Nell Jean Psychology 

Sec.-Treas. Y.W.A., Crimson Staff '48, Mission 
Band, Falls City, Ala. 

Ball, Benjamin T., 2N Math. 

"H" Club, Basketball '47 '48, Treas. SN '46 '47, 
Pledge Pres. 2N '46, Intramural Sports, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Second Row 

Barnard, Boyd, AX A Bus. Adm. 

Mu Alpha Chi, Crimson Staff '48, Birmingham, 
Ala.— U. S. Army. 

Barnard, Mary Vesta, <I>M Home Econ. 

Mu Alpha Chi. Masquers, Choir, '45 '46, B.S.I'., 
Cheerleader '47, Birmingham, Ala. 

Battle, William Morris, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Pledge Trainer SN, Crimson Staff '47, Assc. 
Ed. Entre Nous '48, Master of Ceremonies 
Beauty Parade '48, Tupelo, Miss.— U. S. Navy. 

Bean, Curtis M. Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Clanton, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Bell, Joseph N. History 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Ala. 

Third Row 

Bentley, William K., 2N Economics 

Columbus, Ga. — U. S. Army. 

Bennett, Clarence Charles Religion 

A Cappclla Choir, Cicero, 111. 
BODINE, FELTON OLAF, IIK<I> Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Arab, Ala. — 
Army Air Force. 

Bouchillon, James W. Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mission Band, \<l> ( -'-. Reform, 
Ala. 
BRANNON, William Lee Pharmacy 

Rockvale, Tenn. — U .S. Army. 

Fourth Row 

Brasher, I ,ouis Al. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — IT. S. Vrmy. 
Brittain, Vernon Ramsey Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 



Brown, Albert M. Math. 

Uniontown, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Brown. Kenneth Neil Psychology 

Mu Alpha Xu, Intramural Sports, Hanceville, 
Ala.— U. S. Army. 

Brown, Ida Mae Tinker, B20 Phy. Ednc. 

Empire, Ala. 

Fifth Row 

Browning. Margaret Religion 

Y.W.A., B.S.U. Council, Y.W.C.A., Mission 
Band, Reform, Ala. 

Bryan, Jack Tiiaddeus Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Butler, Charles S. Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Choir, 
Bessemer, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Butler, Prances Allen e Dietetics 

Home Econ. Club, Goose Creek, Tex. 

Butler, John C. Pharmacy 

Bessemer, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



I 'harmacy 
Navy. 

English 



Bottom Row 

Butler, Put her Earl 

Pres. A<j>n, Goose Creek, Tex. — U. S. 

Cambron, Dorothy Louise 
Bessemer, Ala. 

Campbell, Martin V. Social Science 

Ministerial Assn,. Mission Band, Kappa Phi 
Kappa, U.S. I '.. Leeds, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Casey. Horace P. Pharmacy 

Piedmont, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Catrett, Joe 1). Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Army Air Force. 



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Crosry 

Crutch eh 

Cunningham 

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VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Row 

Chandler, Mark L. Journalism 

Jasper, Ala. 

Chestnut, Fred History 

Mission Band, Ministerial Assn., Eight Mile, Ala. 
— Army Air Force. 

Christmas, Charles Merry History 

B.S.U. Devotional Chairman, Ministerial Assn., 
Intramural Sports, Ashford, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Cobb, Thomas Earl Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Intramural 
Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Cobb, William Ransford Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Second Roiv 

Cockrell, Miriam History 

Choir '45 '46 '47, B.S.U. Council '45 '46 '47, 
Entre Nous Staff '46, Treas. Junior Class '47, 
Talladega, Ala. 

Cole, Girod Hayes, Jr. Religion 

Dolomite, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Cole, Jerry A., ITKA Accounting 

Masquers, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Corry, Benton Franklin Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Creel, Stuart E. Accounting 

Gardendale, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Third Roiv 

Crosby, Edgar Maurice Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Anniston, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Crook, Marjorie Jean History 

Y'.W.A., Spanish Club, Intramural Sports, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Crutcher, Owen Lee Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Cunningham, Vernon Edward Pharmacy 

B.S.U. Council, Pres. B.S.U., Birmingham, Ala. 
— Army Air Force. 

Daugherty, Jean Elizabeth History 

B.S.U., Y.W.A., Mobile, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

Davidson, Alan K., 2X 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Denny, I Iovvard M. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Dickinson, CHARLIE BEVERLY, 

Montgomery, Ala. U. S. Navy. 



Engineering 
Bus. Adm. 



]IK<I> 

Bus. 



Adm. 



Dodd, Dorothy Mae, AZ Sociology 

Capt. AZ Basketball Team, Vice-Pres. AZ '46, 
Rush Chairman AZ '47, Pan-Hellenic Council '47, 
Beauty Parade '48, Demopolis, Ala. 

Dorough, James S., 2N Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Fifth Row 

Dotherow, Bettye Ruth English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dougherty, Joe Douglas Bus. Adm. 

"H" Club, Basketball '47 '48, Birmingham, Ala.— 
U. S. Navy. 

Downs, Orville Clinton Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

DuBose, Marcus Edmond Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Duke, Betty Jean, AAII Home Economics 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Bottom Row 

Durham, Miriam M. Pharmacy 

Y'.W.A., Tile & Mortar, Sec. Amer. Pharm. ' 
Assn., Spatula, W.A.A., Monroe, N. C. 

Dykes, James S., Jr., AXA Accounting 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Edwards, \Y. T., Jr. (DUB) History 

Ministerial Assn., A*H, Masquers, B.S.U. Coun- 
cil, Gadsden A, la. 

English, Harry Marks Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Harry Carventry Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Who's Telling Who 




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Frew 

Gambli 
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GlLBBKATH 

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Glazi 

Graffo 

Gbaves 



Greene 
Griffin 

GUNN 

Gwin, E. 
Gwin. \V. 



Ham., K. 
Haw, \v. 

IIajirki.i. 
Harris 
H EN LEV 



HlNTON 

H"BDV 

Hocui 

Holland 

Hobtom 




VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Roxv 

Evans, Inos Madison Journalism 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Finocchio, Sam Anthony Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Florence, O. B. Pharmacy 

Warrior, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Ford, Eliphalet Miller, Jr., 2N Pre-Law 
A*fi, Pi Gamma Mu, Editor Entre Nous 1948, 
Intramural Sports, Honors Day, "Oaks," Bir- 
mingham. Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Forsyth, Raymond Edward Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 

Second Rozv 

Foster, David Randolph Math. 

Kappa Phi Kappa, Birmingham, Ala. — Army 

Air Force. 
Franks, Sue M. Pre-Medical 

Black Mountain, N. C— U. S. Navy (Waves). 
Frew, Betty Jane History 

B.S.U. Council '45 '46, Y.W.C.A., Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Gamble, Charlie Lee Psychology 

A<f>'-.\ Bessemer, Ala. — U. S. Army and U. S. 

Navy. 
Garrick, Gene Biologv 

B.S.U. Council '45 '46 '47, Crimson Staff '45, 

Mission Band '45 '46, Y.W.A. Council, Student 

Senate '46, Dormitory Council '45 '46, Lab. Asst. 

'45 '46, Thomasville, Ala. 

Third Row 

( in. breath, Ollie, AAII Sociology 

Beauty Parade '48, Oneonta, Ala. 
Gii. i. man, Arthur Pre-Medical 

Long Island, N. Y. — U. S. Army. 
Glaze, Charles Robert Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Ala. 

Graffo, Joe Lawrence, IIKA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Graves, Ralph Dewain Pre-Medical 

Intramural Sports, Fyffe, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Fourth Row 

Greene, Joseph Francis 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 

Griffin, Joyce \\, aaii 

Trcas. AAII, Trias. Spatula, 
Beauty Parade '45 '46, Crimson Staff, Entre Nous 
Stall" '46, '47. Greek Ed. Entre Nous '48, Student 
Senate '46, '47, Til.- & Mortar, "H" Day Prin- 
cess, YAV.A.. Y.W.C.A., Sec. & Pres. Meth. 
Youth Fellowship, Cullman, Ala. 



I 'harmacy 

Force. 

I 'harmacy 
Sweetheart UK*, 



Gunn, James W. Pharmacy 

Nashville, Tenn. — U. S. Army. 
Gwin, Elizabeth Alverson, <J>M Spanish 

Treas. Student Body '46, W.A.A., Masquers, 

Intramural Sports, Student Senate, Repr. in 

Maid of Cotton Beauty Contest, Vice-Pres. 

W.A.A. '47, Sec. Spanish Club '47, Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Gwin, Walter Gene, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Fifth Row 



Pharmacy 



English 



Hall, Eddie Rice 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Hall, William Ralph 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Harrell, Helen Eileen, AZ History 

Editor Howard Crimson '47, Pres. and Treas. 

AZ, Pen & Clip Club, Sec. Pan-Hellenic Council, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Harris, Corinne, AZ Sociology 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Henley, Winfred Hugh Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Bottom Row 

Hinton, Benjamin F. Chemistry 

Jasper, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Hobdy, James Thomas, SN Pharmacy 

Moss Point, Miss.- — U. S. Navy 
Hogue, Joseph Richard 

Ministerial Assn., \<i>P., Anniston, Ala. — Army 

Air Force. 
Holland, John Birl, IIKA 

Vice-Pres. Junior Class, A.E.D., 
Horton, Alfred Allen 

Hanceville, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



Psvcholo<rv 



Pre-Medical 
Horton. Ala. 
Pre-Medical 



We're Kind of Late, but "Merry Christinas'' 

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HOWCLL, A. 

How u i , W. 

Ill ..III ^ 
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ISLEY 
Johns 
Johnson, 11 

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JOBNS 



Jones 

Jordan 

Kellett 

KEI.LrM 

Ksown 



Key 

King 

Kirk 

Kirklanii 

Lambert 



Lavender 

Lee 

Lott 

Lovell 

Lyon 



Mabaffsi 

Mann in'. 
Marsh 
Mayo 
Merk 




VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Roiv 

Howell, Acton Crawford, nKA Sociology 

Bus. Mgr. Crimson, Ministerial Assn., Mission 
Band, B.S.U. Executive Council, French Club, 
Midland City, Ala. — Army Air Corps. 

Howell, William Preston Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 

Force. 
Hughes, Mildred Evangeline Sociology 

Mu Alpha Chi, B.S.U. Council, A Cappella Choir, ' 

Anniston, Ala. 
I Iilsey, George Religion 

Ath. Dir. Ministerial Assn., Troy, Ala. — Army 

Air Force. 
Hunter, Otis B., IIKA Journalism 

Boaz, Ala. 



Second Roiv 

Isley, Branson B. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Johns, Kathryn, <I>M Dietetics 

Treas. Phi Mu, Birmingham, Ala. 
Johnson, Henderson L., IIK<I> Bus. Adm. 

Ozark, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Johnson, John E. Accounting 

Tarrant, Ala.— U. S. Army. 
Johnson, Sardis Millard, IIKA Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Third Row 

Jones, J. Lloyd Pre-Medical 

Ministerial Assn., Intramural Sports, Birming- 
ham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Jordan, Maude Ellen, BSO Dietetics 

Trias. BSO, Sec. and Trcas. A Cappella Choir, 
Glee Club, Mu Alpha Chi, Dietetics Club, Red 
Cross Unit, Birmingham, Ala. 

K 1 1. lett, William T., iik<i> Pharmacy 

Jacksonville, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Kellum, Annie Louise History 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Keown, \\ m.i ice Edward Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mission Hand. Anniston, Ala. 
— U. S. Navy. 

Fourth Roiv 

Key, [ohn \V . Bus. Adm. 

"H" Club, Basketball '47 '48, Birmingham, Ala. 

— Army Air Force. 

King, Francis Labron I 're-. Medical 

lout Payne, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

Kirk, Eloise Thomason Historj 

Birmingham, Via. 



Kirkland, Lewis Edmoxd Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Lambert, Joffre U. Bus. Adm. 

Thorsby, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Fifth Row 

Lavender, Boyce Reid Pre-Medical 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 

Army. 
Lee, Robert F. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Lott, Leonard Mellen Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Ala. 
Lovell, Edward Mason, AXA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Lyon, Rosa David, BSO Bus. Adm. 

Collirene, Ala. 



Bottom Row 

Mahaefey, Edward S. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Manning, Harry B., AXA Accounting 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Marsh. James Edward, Jr., 1IK<I> Economics 

Pinson, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Mayo, John Clarence, AXA Bus. Adm. 

Football '44, Intramural Sports, Tarrant, Ala. — 

U. S. Navy. 
Merk, James Edward, AXA Phy. Educ, 

Yice-Pres. Student Bcdy '48, Pres. Soph. Class, 

Pres. AXA, Sec.-Treas. "H" Club. Basketball 

'47, '48, Intramural Sports. Who's Who in Amer. 

Coll. & Univ. '48, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 

Force. 




VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Rozv 

Meshad, Robert J., AXA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Monroe, Jerry Albert English 

A*ft Masquers, B.S.U., Birmingham, Ala. 
Moore, Amos Monroe, AXA Economics 

Pi Gamma Mu, Student Auditor '48, Tarrant, 

Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Moore, Betty Jean, A/ Sociology 

Pledge Pres. AZ, Intramural Sports, Osceola, 

Ala. 
Moore, John O., IIK* Engineering 

Choir, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Second Rozv 



Pharmacy 



Morton, Glenn Milton 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Murphree, Jimsy Ann, <I>M Spanish 

Hypatia, Masquers, Sec. Masquers '47, Mu Alpha 
Chi, Rush Chairman Phi Mu '46, Pres. Phi Mu 
'47, Crimson Staff '46, Entre Nous Staff '47, 
A Cappella Choir, Girl's Glee Club, Intramural 
Sports, "H" Day Court '47, Treas. Pan-Hellenic 
Council, Pres. Wesley Foundation, Pres. French 
Club, Vice-Pres. Spanish Club, Beauty Parade 
'48, Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. '48, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Murray, Eevvis R., 2N Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

McClamy, Herbert Melton Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Jackson, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

McClellen, George R. Economics 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Third Row 

McDonald, [oseph W., Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Mgr. Football '40, '41, Mgr. Basketball '40, '41, 
"H" Club, Birmingham ,Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Pre-Medical 

Pre-Medical 
Air Force. 
Bus, Adm. 

Pharmacy 



McGinty, Mary Sue 

River View, Ala. 

Nelson, David A. 

A.E.D., Birmingham, Ala. — Army 

Nelson, Kenneth \Y\, SN 

Cullman, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

N K\V M A N , II E N U V II ER M A N 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Fourth Row 



Newman, Margaret Keelen Religion 

Anniston, Ala. U. S. Navy (Waves). 
Nichols, Terry B. Pharmacy 

I IrOW nsville, 'Finn. I '. S. \'a\ y, 



O'Kelley, Grover Davis, AXA Chemistry 

Candidate Degree with Honors, Pres. Jr. Class, 
Who's Who in Amer. Coll. & Univ. '48, Pres. 
Chi Alpha Sigma, Birmingham, Ala. 

( )lvera, George Eairfield History 

Pres. International Relations Club, Pres. Kappa 
Phi Kappa, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Orr, James Berford, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 



Fifth Row 

O'Neal, Marcia Carlvn, AZ Sociology 

Masquers, Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. 
Owen, James Howard Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Pannell, Elbert Jackson Pharmacy 

Tarrant, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Patton, Henry P. 

Bus. Mgr. Entre Nous '48, A*'--', 

Compass '47, '48, Asst. Ed. Student 

Treas. A*n, Henegar, Ala. — U. S 
Pearson, Leo Leonard 



Pre-Law 
Square & 
Directory, 
Marine Corps. 

Engineering 



College Postmaster '47, Birmingham, Ala. — Army 
Air Force. 



Bottom Row 

Pennington, Catherine 

Mission Band, Williamsport, Tenn 
Phillips, Bruce 1\. 11 ka 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Phillips, Buforu Lawrence 

Gadsden, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Pickens, James G. 

A<i>fi, Lineville, Ala.— Army Air 
Pollard, James IIoytt, Ilk<l> 

I. aC. range, Ga. 



Memories 



Education 

Bus. Adm. 

Religion 

History 

1 're- Medical 




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Rim 



Roam 
Rom i 
Robinson 
Rocna 
Rons 



Rlst 

Sanim.in 

Schnetzi.ER 

scbombbrc 

SealE 



Sharp 
S a a w 
Sides 

SlNIARD 

Smith, D. 



Smith, R. 

Snodgrass 

Stiyender 

Stricklanh 

Styles 



Taylor 
Teele 
Thom • 
Thoma- 
Thorsburg 




VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Top Roiv 

Presley, Warren Jackson 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Preston, Maxwell M. 

Ministerial Assn. Mu, Alpha Xu, 

Staff Entre Nous '48, Cullman, 

Army. 
Primm, Chester Baylis 

Jasper, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Puckett, Luciex E. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Reid, Cecil Howard, AXA 

Intramural Sports, Cullman, Ala- 



Second Row 



Psychology 

History 
Mission Band, 
Ala.— U. S. 

Chemistry 

I 'harmacy 

Economics 

-U. S. Army. 



Roan, Avery M., Jr., k:£ Psychology 

Decatur, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

Robertson, Luther T., Jr.. SN English 

Bus. Mgr. Crimson '47, Asst. Ed. Entre Nous '48, 
Student Senate '47, "48, Lt. Comm. i)N '46 '47, 
Reporter SN '46, Crimson Staff '46, '47, Sec. 
Square & Compass '47, Chairman Beauty Con- 
test '48, International Relations Club '47, Intra- 
mural Sports '46, Bessemer, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 

Robinson, Edgar P. Sociology 

Miami Beach, h'la. — Army Air Force. 

Rogers, Iris Pre- Medical 

Guntersville, Ala. — U. S. Navy (Waves). 

Roper, Cecil Mizelle, IIKA Psychology 

A Cappella Choir, Sports Ed. Crimson '48, Hay- 
den, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Third Row 

Rust, Kenneth Roland Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Sandlin, Fred C, i i>Ki Pharmacy 

Carbon Hill, Ala— U. S. Navy. 
SCHNETZLER, JAMES BeWIS I '.US. Adlll. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
SCHOMBERG, JOE THOMAS I'us. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Skalk, Thomas M., Jr. Economics 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



Fourth Row 

Sharp, Ansel Mirel, 2N Accounting 

Reporter and l.t. Comm. SN, '47, Sports Ed. 
Entre Nous '47. Asst. Ed. Bull Pup '47, Intra- 
mural Sports, Rome, Ga. — U. S. Army. 
Shaw, Oscas Wilton, iim> Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 



Sides, Jesse Gilder Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Siniard, Em mitt C. Economics 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Smith, Dallas Miles Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Piney Flats, Tenn. — Army 

Air Force. 



Fifth Row 

Smith, Roy A. Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air 

Force. 
Snodgrass, James David Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Stivender, James C, IIKA History 

Student Senate '42 '43 '47 '48, Intramural Sports, ' 

Tuskegee, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Strickland, Henry Pace Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Styles, E. Travis Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Bottom Row 

Taylor, Winifred E. Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Spatula, 
W.A.A., Lynn, Ala. 

Telle, Bonnie Bee Biology 

Alabama City, Ala.— U. S. Army. 

Thomasox, Charles Ray, AXA Speech 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 
Marine Corp-*. 
Thomasox, William B. Bre-Dental 

Honors Day '4(> '47, A.E.D., Birmingham, Ala. 

— U. S. Army. 

Thorxiurg, Roland Albert Accounting 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Army. 



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Weaver 
Wkst 
White 



Whitehead 

Williams, li. 
Williams, G. 
Williams. (). 
Windham 



Wixtter 
Witte 



WOODARD 



Zoppi 



VL JUNIOR CLASS - 1949 



Tup Roiv i 

Ti.mbkki.ake, Roy Mitchell Religion 

.Ministerial Assn., Evansville, Ind. — U. S. Navy. 

Tribble, J. H. Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Tucker, Barbara Jones, AZ Math. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Ticker, Gloria Louise, BSO English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Van Keuren, Edith Bain, AAII Biology 
\1u Alpha Chi, Masquers, A.E.D., A Cappella 
Choir, Sweetheart of SN '46, Pres. AATI ( Entre 
Nous Staff '47, Birmingham, Ala. 



Second Row 

Wade, Samuel Arthur, IlK<i> 
Pinson, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Economics 



Wamick, Howard E., IIKA Accounting 

Treas. IIKA, Intramural Sports, Bus. Mgr. Bull 
Pup '46, Elmore, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Walden, Jack Burnett, IIKA Accounting 
Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Ward, William Joseph, IIKA History 

Pres. Freshman Class, Student Senate, A*0, 
Pres. Mu Alpha Chi, Sec. Trident, B.S.U. Coun- 
cil, Crimson Staff '47, Debate Club '48, Historian 
IIKA, Birmingham, Ala. 

Wasson, R. Curt, 2N Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



White, Edward L. History 

Mission Band, Ministerial Assn., Brewton, Ala. 
— U. S. Army. 



Fourth Roiv 

Whitehead, Beverly Jean, 4>M Accounting 
B.S.I'.. Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Navy (Waves). 



Williams, Betty Lu 

Antioch, 111. 



Sociology 



Williams, George Yeargan Pre-Medical 

River View, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Williams, ( )ttis Newton Sociology 

B.S.U., Mobile, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



English 



Windham, Ben D. 

Y.M.C.A., B.S.U., Ministerial Assn., Elba, Ala. 
— U. S. Navy. 



Bottom Row 

Wintter, John Ernest Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Witte, Anton L. Accounting 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Woodall, Nelson Brooks Pharmacy 

Scottsboro, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Woodard, Oliver Ray, iika Phy. Educ. 

Haleyville, Ala. 

Zopfi, Robert M.. SN Bus. .\<lm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Third Roiv 

Watson, Charles I,., SN 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



narmacv 



Watts, David Eugene Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Weaver, Robert Cooper Economics 

B.S.U. Council, A Cappella Choir, Bull Pup Staff 

'48, Crimson Staff, '48, Talladega, Ala. 

West, James Lloyd, SN Accounting 

1. 1. Commdr. 2N, Commdr. 2N, tnter-Frat 

Council, Entre Nous Staff '47, Birmingham, \la. 

— U. S. Marine Corps. 




ZL SOPHOMORES - 135D 



Top Row 

ABERNATHY, JUANITA WINIFRED Dietetics 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Adams, Margaret Anne, <i>.\1 Home Econ. 

Reporter Phi Mu Pledges, Home Economics 

Club, Y.W.A., Birmingham, Ala. 
Allen, Jocelyn, <i>M IWis. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Allison, Roberta Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Alsbrooks, Claude Lee Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 



Fourth Row 

I'.i \iri), Donald S. Phy. Educ. 

"H" (lull. Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. 

— Army Air Force, 
Bealle, Thomas Brown, Jr. Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Beverly, Fred Ollie Economics 

Birmingham, Ala l'. S. Marine Corps. 
Blackwell, Paul Hundley Bus. Adm. 

Decatur. Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Boles, John Ralph Pharmac) 

Montgomery, Ala. — V. S. Army. 



Second Row 

Anderson, Howard Nix Bus. Adm. 

Choir, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Anthony, C. E. Religion 

Decatur, Ala. 
Apperson, Charles Hamilton Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Marine Corps. 

Askin, Joseph L, IIKA Biology 

Huntsville, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Atchley, Marvin Clifton Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — l". S. Navy. 
Third Row 

Bakkr, Claudie Bell, SN Pre-Law 

Intramural Sports, Flomaton, Ala. — U. S. Marine 
Corps. 

Bailey, Hugh Coleman History 

Honors Day, French Cluh, Coalhurg, Ala. 

Bannister, George C. Bus. Adm. 

Sylacauga, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Barrow. Crawford Murray Pre-Dental 

Birmingham, Ala. — L'. S. Navy. 

Barnett, Joe Frank Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — LJ. S. Navy. 



Fifth Row 

Bonfield, Wheeler I.. litis. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Borland, .Morion II., Jr., SN Bus. Adm. 
Irondale, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Bowen, Robert Leroy Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Army. 
Boyd. Martha Carolyn. AAI1 Biolog) 

Treas. Soph. Class. Intramural Sports, Y.W.A., 

Sedalia, Ky. 
Braden, Walter Bill Pharmacy 

Jasper, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Sixth Row 

Brasher, Warren Sherrell, \.\.\ B. Adm. 

Leeds, Ala. — C S. Army. 

Bratte n . J a x i Hugh es I 'harmacy 

Liherty, Tenn. 

Breeden, Gertrude Ann. aaii Bus. Adm. 

Choir, Staff Entre Nous '48, O.lencoe, Ala. 
Bridges, Robert Jackson, IIKA Bus. Adm. 

Cheerleader '47, Masquers, Tarrant, Ala. 

Brock, IIknry Phy. Educ. 

Vernon, Fla. — Army Air Force. 



Sue Js Among tin- Mast Popular 




Bottom Row 

P.rock. James Albert Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn.. New Brockton, Ala. — 
U. S. Navy. 

Brodie. John Frank Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Bryant, Ralph Martin Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Selma, Ala. U. S. Navy. 

Brown, Bury G., Jr., ^\ Phy. Educ. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham. Ala. I . S. 
Navy. 
Brown, Earl Tony, iika History 

Student Senate '48, Spurts Ed. Crimson '4<X, Ari- 
tow, Ala. — I". S. Army. 




Abernathy 
Adams 
Allen- 
Allison 
Alsbrooks 



Anderson 
Anthony 
Apperson 

ASKINS 

Atchley 




Baker 

Bailey 

Bannister 

Barrow 

Barnett 



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Beaird 

Bealle 

Beverly 

Blackwell 

Boles 




bonfield 
Borland 
Bo wen 
Boyd 
Braden 






Brasher 
Bratten 
Bri i DE N 
Bridgi s 
Brock, II. 







Brock, |. 
Brodie 

I ', m \ \ 1 

Brow \. B. 
Brow \. E, 




VL SDPHDMDHES - 1350 



Top Row 

Brown, Makv Jo, aaii Sociology 

Masquers, Y.W.A., Social Chairman AAli. Lud- 
low, Ky. 

Brown, Melvin Harrison Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 

Brown, William Haddon Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Brown, William Otley Pharmacy 

Nashville, Tenn.— U. S. Navy. 

Buchanan, John Hall, IIKA Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. LJ. S. Navy. 



Fourth A' 

Carr, James Ben ton 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army 
Carroll, I [ershel Lewis 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air I 
Carter, George Gordon 

Birmingham, Ala. \rmy Air I 
C K.UFIELD, 1 [OOVER REED 

Staff Entre Nous '48, 
U. S. Navy. 
Cawood, Jack I )ar\yi N 
Chattanooga, Tenn. — U. S. Navy. 



Engineering 

Bus. Adm. 

Bus. Adm. 

Bus. Adm. 
\<l> < --, Fori Payne, Ala. — 

Pharmacy 



Bullard, fuNE Carolyn Biology 

Pres. Y.W.A., Mission Band, B.S.U., Barnes- 

\ ilk-, Ga. 
Burch, Madolyn Pat, BSO Bus. Adm. 

Tarrant, Ala.— Air Transport Command. 
Burks, Mary Elizabeth Home Econ. 

French Club. Gadsden, Ala. 
Burks, Rayford Henry Pharmacy 

Grant, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
BURSON, Jack \Y. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 

Third Row 

BUTTERWORTH, BlLLIE Jo, AAII Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Camp, Lamar Frank Phy. Educ. 

Vinemont, Ala.— Army Air Force. 

Campbell, Joseph Lee Pharmacy 

Lilx-rtv. Miss.— Army Air Force. 
Cannon, John Milton Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Dothan, Ala. 
Carr, Edward Thompson Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



Remember Forrester's "Musical" Campaign? 




Fifth Row 

Cicio, Tony Lee, iik a 

Intramural Spurts, Birmingham, Ala. 

Force. 
Ch wibkks. Charles I [arold 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
i hapman, Winston Eugene 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, 

Navy. 

Cheatham, Clarence Donald 

Flomaton, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Cobern, James Curtiss, iika 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Sixth A'" re 



Pre-] )ental 
-Army Air 

Engineering 

Bus. Adm. 
Ala.— U. S. 



Bus. 
Bus. 



Adm. 
Adm. 



J 'sychology 



Cobia, Arthur Joe 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Cockrell, Charles Alfred Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — L T . S. Marine Corps. 

Coggins, George Henry History 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Coast Guard. 
Coker, Jesse Jackson, Jr. Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Cole, C. J. Pharmacy 

Springville, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 



Bottom Ri 

Coleman, Louis Allan 

Ministerial Assn., Chicago, 111.— Army 
COLLIGAN, Willi \m Tr wis 

Monroe, La. — U. S. Navy. 
Compton, Mary Lurames 

B.S.U., Sylaeau.ua, Ala. 

Cook, Merrill II. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Cooper, Allie Claire, <i'M 
Beauty Parade '48, Columbiana, Ala. 



Religion 
Air Force. 
Pharmacy 

English 

Bus. Adm. 

I I nine Econ. 



n o 




Brown, M. I. 
Brown, M. H. 
Brown, \V. H. 
Brown. W. O. 
Buchanan 



B LI. LARD 

Blrch 
Burks, M. 

Burks, R. 

BURSON 



butterwortii 
Ca m p 
Campbell 
Cannon 
Carr, E. 



Carr, J. 
Carroll 

Carter 
Cal t field 
C a wood 



Cicio 
Cham hers 
Chapman 
Cheatham 
Cobern 



Cobia 

CO( KRELL 
COGGl \s 
COKER 
COLl 



Coleman 

COLl IGAN 

Com pton 

Cook 

Coopeb 



ZL SOPHOMORES - 1950 



lof Row 

Coppock, Huey William Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Counts, Annie Belle, <i'M For. Lang. 

Choir, Birmingham, Ala. 
Courtney, Richard Curtis, AXA Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Cox, Clarence Daniel, Jr.. SN Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Cox. Perry E. Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 



Fourth Row 

Dawson. Fred A. Economics 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Dean, Arthur I). Bus. Adm. 

Tarrant, Ala. — Arm) \ir Force. 

Denison, George Ames, Jr. I 're- Dental 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 
Dixon, Henry, Jr. Pharmacy 

Tile i\ Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Fairfield, 

Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Donaldson-. Bailus Eugene Pharmac) 

Carbon Hill. Ala.— U. S. Army. 



Second Row 

Craig, Elbert Bennett, i.\ Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — I*. S. Navy. 
Crocker, Modies Eugene Sociology 

Ministerial Asmi.. Marion. Ala. — Army Air 
Force. 
Croft, Ctrtis D., iik<i> Pharmacy 

Alabama City, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
CRONINGER, Raymond II. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Crouch. Jack E. Bus. Adm. 

Tarrant. Ala. 



Third Row 

Crowdkr. Calvin Kay 

Birmingham, Ala. — I". S. Navy. 
Crump, Edw vrd W. 

Birmingham, Ala. — l*. S. Army. 

Cuffaro, losi-.i'ii Charles 
"H" Club* Kim Grove, W. Va.- 

CUM MINGS, I'll. I.. AXA 

Birmingham, Ala.- — U. S. Navy. 

Daughtry, Eugene, iika 
Birmingham, Ala. — I". S. Navy. 



Three Lovely Co-cds 



■U. 



Religion 

Engineering 

Phy. Educ. 

S. Army. 

Bus. Adm. 
Bus. Adm. 




Fifth Row 

Donaldson, Bernice C. HiO Home Econ. 

Home Econ. Club. Masquers, Birmingham, Ala. 

— U. S. Coast Guard (Spars). 
Donaldson, Russell R. Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Army. 
DOROUGH, Talmadge Jack, AXA Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army .Air Force. 
Drake, Betty Sue Phy. Educ. 

Staff Crimson '48. Haleyville, Ala.— C. S. Marine 

Corps Women's Reserve. 

Drummond, Lewis A. Psychology 

Cboir. H.S.I'.. Dixon, 111.— Army Air Force. 



Sixth Roiv 

Dudley, W. C Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Duke, Charles C, Jh. Bus. Adm. 

Mu Alpha Nu, Birmingbam. Ala.— C. S. Navy. 
Dyer. William B. Pharmacy 

Birmingbam, Ala. — I'. S. Army. 

Early, James W. Chemist rj 

l'.irmingbam, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Edwards, John Hamlin History 

MmisU-riaf Assn.. B.S.U., Calera, Ala.— U. S. 
Navy. 



Bottom Row 

Edwards, Julian Bernard Pre-Law 

l'.irmingbam, Ala. — C. S. Army. 

Ellington, Jesse S. C. Pre-Dental 

Montgomery. Ala. — C. S. Navy. 
Evans, Julia Lewis Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Roberta Lee Math. 

Birmingbam. A!a. 
FAGAN, BeTTYE Sociology 

l'.a\ Minette, Ala. 




COPPOCK 

Counts 
Courtney 
Cox, C. 
Cox, P. 



Craig 

Crocker 

Croft 

Croningkr 

Crouch 



Crowder 
Crump 

CUFFARO 

Cum mings 
Daughtry 



Dawson 
Dean 
Denison 
Dixon 
Donaldson, B. E. 



I )o\ALDSON, B. C. 
I )()\ALDSON, R. 

DoRorcii 
Drake 

I )Kl' M MONT) 



Dudley 

Duke 

Dyer 

Early 

l'.nw ARDS. 1. IT. 



I'l»\\ \ki»s. | B. 
1 ■' i i [NGTON 
I \ VNS, I. 
E\ VNS, K. 

Pagan 



VL SOPHOMORES - 195D 



Top Row 

Farrar, William Belton, 2N Pre-Dental 

"II" Club, Track Team, Vice-Pres. Soph. Class, 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Im rguson, Robert Uriel Religion 

Pensacola, l'la. -U. S. Navy. 
Ferguson, Starling Vernon Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 
Fekete, Robert Frederick Pharmacy 

Rock wood, Tenn.— U. S. Navy. 
Flurry, Charles, axa History 

"H ' Club. Track 'Team. Birmingham, Ala. — L'. S. 
Navy. 

Second A' 

Foote, Robert Howard Pre-Dental 

Intramural Sports. 'Tarrant. Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Foshee, Howard Bryce Biology 

Montgomery, Ala. — I'. S. Navy. 

Fountain, A. Kathryn Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army Nurse Corps. 
Fourroux, Nestor Robert, Jr. Engineering 

Intramural Spurts. Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 

Franklin, James Bryson Religion 

B.S.U., Ministerial Assn.. Delrose, Tenn. 



Third Row 

FRANKS, Lew is Carlton 

Wilsonville, Ala. 
Frederick, William Robert Pharmacj 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala.— C. S. Navy. 
FULLINGTON, Ed I.AMKR 

"!1" Club, 'Track Team. 

Army Air Force. 

Fuson, Violet Marie 

Waynesboro, 'Tenn. 
Galbreath, James M.. axa 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Armj 



Hist( 



Bus. Adm. 
Birmingham, Ala. — 



Pharmacy 
ngineering 



Fourth Row 

Gamble, Harold Lloyd Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

GAMBLE, Marion Bowdkn. <i>.\l History 

Mil Alpha Chi. Glee Club. Choir, B.S.U., Inter-' 
national Relations Club, Intramural Sports. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Gardner, Dorothy Nell, az Sociology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Garrett, Johnnie E. English 

Vincent, Ala. 
Garrett, Sara V. Religion 

Choir. YAY..V. Vincent, Ala. 

Fifth Row 

Gibson, Thomas Malcomb, iika Engineering 

Selma, Ala. — Army .Air Force. 

Gilchrist, Leonard Lachie Pharmacy 

Crossville, Ala. — C. S. Navy. 
Gladney, Tillman Felix, AXA Math. 

Football '39 '40. Birmingham Ala.— Army Air 

Force. 
Glover, David \\\. iika History 

Birmingham, Ala. — C. S. Navy. 
Golden, I [oward H. 1 tistory 

Mission Band, Ministerial Assn., B.S.U., Shaw- 

mut, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Sixth Roiv 

Good, Doyal Hutto Engineering 

Pinson, Ala.— I'. S. Army. 
Goodwin, Charles Emmett Bus. Adm. 

Bessemer, Ala. C S. Navy. 
Grady, Odell Felton Education 

Vice-Pres. B.S.U., Montevallo, Ala.— I'. S. 

Army. 

Graham, Charles Edward Religion 

Ministerial Assn.. Jackson. Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Graves, Roy Alex Phy. Educ 

Intranuiral Sports. Birmingham, Ala.— C. S. 
Navy. 



She Finally Caught Him 




Bottom Row 

Gray, Albert Berton, iik<i> 

A*0, Gadsden, Ala.— C. S. Navy. 
Gray, Charles Edward 

Birmingham, Ala.— Army Air Force. 
( rREENLEE, EDNA 1 1. 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Griffin, Ida Jo 

Greater Council B.S.U 

Y.W.A., Staff Crimson. 

t> Parade '48. Langdale, 

Griffin, Warren ( ). 
Birmingham, Ala.— Army 



I '.us. Adm. 
Engineering 

Bus. Adm. 



Bus. Adm. 
Sec. Soph. Class, 
H" Daj Court, Beau- 
Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Air Force. 




Farrar 
Ferguson, R. 
Ferguson, S. 
Fekete 

Flurry 



Foote 

Foshee 

Fountain 

fourroux 

Franklin 



Franks 

Frederick 

fullington 

Fuson 

Galbreath 



Gamble, H. 
Gamble, ML 
Gardner 
Garrett, J. 
Garrett, S. 



( ilBSON 
( JlLCHRIST 

Gladney 

( rLOVER 
( rOLDEN 



( JoOD 

( rOODWIM 

Grady 
Graham 



Gray, . \ . 
Gray, C. 
Gri eni E i 
Griffin, l. 

I iRIFFl N . W 



Du SOPHOMORES - 1950 



Top Row 

Hacker, William Larkin Bus. Adm. 

"II" Club, Track Team, Birmingham, Ala. — 

l". S. Navy. 
Hagood, Margaret C, aaii History 

Staff Crimson '48, Columbia, Ala. 

Hatthcock, James Hasting Pharmacy 

Phil Campbell, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Haley, Joseph Edmond Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Hall. CHARLES JACOB Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Hall. Charlsie Mai: Sociology 

Choir. Birmingham, Ala. 
] I all. Earl A I. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Hall. Harold Jennings Pre-Dental 

Birmingham; Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Hammond. Marilyn Elizbeth, AZ Sociology 
Cheerleader '47, Intramural Sports, Plateau, Ala. 

Hamrick, Eugene, iX Pharmacy 

Ashford, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

Hayes, James Winburn, SN Pharmacy 

Hopkinsville, Ky. U. S. Marine Corps. 
Heard, Johnnie Jane Pharmacy 

Palmer, Term. 
Heard, William Bryan Engineering 

Wehadkee, Ala.— Army \ir Force. 
lli.i'i.iN. I'all Laverne Pharmacy 

Utica, Miss. — U. S. Navy. 
Helmbold, F. Wilbur Religion 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. — Army Air Force. 



Fifth Row 



Engineering 



I Iknry. Melvin 1). 

Birmingham, Ala.— C. S. Navy. 
Herrin, Elliott Clayton, iik<i> Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala 

I [erndon, I). 1).. Ilk A Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Hicks, Seaburn Thurston Religion 

Fort Payne, Via. 

I I ill. | xmls !•'.. Science 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Third Row 

Hardiman, John O., iika Pharmacy 

Tullahoma, Tenn.— U. S. Army. 
Hark. William C. SN Pre-Dental 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Harper, Katherine L,ee, $M 

Y.W.A., Y.W.C.A., Elizabethton, Tenn. 
Harris. Martha Jean History 

French Club. Choir, Birmingham, Ala. 
Harris. Robert Edward Engineering 

Fori Payne, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Biology 



Sixth Row 

Hinton, Frashier G. Pharmacy 

Hattiesburg, Miss. — U. S. Army. 
Hodges, Arthur Eugene, iika Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Army. 

Holcombe, Axx Laurie 15ns. Adm. 

Y.W.A., VAV.C. \ .. Montevallo, Ala.— U. S. 
Navy (Waves). 

Holland, De Witte T. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — Merchant Marine. 
Howell, Charles Stanley, iika Historj 

Pres. Soph. Class '48, B.S.U. Council, Minis- 
terial Assn.. Midland City. Ala.— Army Air 
Force. 



Sisson Sits One Out 




Bottom Row 

Howell, Ray I low ill. iika Bus. Adm. 

Hartselle, Ala. 
I [udson, James H. Pharmacy 

Rogersville, \la.-Army Air Fo 
1 [UGULEY, John H. Bus. Adm. 

Phenix City, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Hurst, Billie Bert, BSO Dietetics 

Dietetics Club, Birmingham, Ala. 
Hutcheson, Henry, Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Albertville, Ala.— U. S. Army. 









Hacker 
Ha good 
Haithcock 

Haley 
Hall, C. J. 



Hall, C. M. 

Hall, E. 
Hall, H. 
Hammond 
Hamrick 



Hardi man- 
Hare 
Harper 
Harris, M. 
Harris, R. 



Haves 
Heard, J. 
Heard, \Y. 
Heflin, P. 

1 I ELM BOLD 



1 I 1 •: .\ R \ 
I ] ERRIN 

1 Ierndon 

1 I [CKS 
Hill 



I 1 N TON 

[ODGES 
[OLCOMBE 

loi.l.AM) 

[OWELL. C. 



[OWl I I . K. 

I l'l>Sii\ 
[UGUl I V 

[URST 

\v rCH ESON 



Vke SOPHDMQRES - 1950 



Top R 

Hyde, Joseph Hiram, Jr. Engineering 

Mu Alpha Nu, Intramural Sports, Birmingham, 

Via.— U. S. Army. 
Ingram, Martha Ann, B20 English 

Choir, French Club. Beauty Parade '48, Miss 

"II" Day '47, Tarrant. Ala. 
I \i :KS, Jean, BSO Dietetics 

Dietetics Club, Intramural Sports, Pledge Pres 

BZO '-4o. Sec. B20 '47, 1st Vice Pres. Bzo '48, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
1 1 -skins, Martha Anne Sociology 

Staff Crimson '48, Masquers, B.S.U. Council, 

Talladega, Ala. 
foHNSON, Eleanore Wiens Dietetics 

Dietetics Club. Chillicothe, 111. 



journalism 

Ala.— I'. S. 

1 [istory 

Senate, Gads- 
Pharmacy 

111. Math. 



Second Row 

Johnson, Fergus M.. Jr. 

Intramural Sports. Sylacauga, 
\rmy. 
Johnson. Horace Mac, Jr. 

Ministerial Assn.. Choir, Student 
den, Ala. -Army Air Force. 

Johnson, Peggy Nann, <i'M 

Albertville, Ala. 
Johnston. Cordon CALDWELL, 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
("ohnston, Roy Demf Pre- Veterinarian 

Rockford, Ala. 

Third Row 

Jones, Beth Home Econ. 

Home Econ. Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Kelley, John Milton. 2N Bus. Adm. 

Reporter 2N, Intramural Sports, Sylacauga, Ala. 
— U. S. Coast Guard. 
Kendrick, Sybil Sociology 

Robertsdalc, Ala. 



Just Loafing 




journalism 

Ci.iN-. I "nit. 

Journalism 
'48, Binning 



Ki kit i . Kerm ii Rudolph, 2N 
Masquers, Chairman Coll. Red 
Elizabethton, Tenn. — C. S. Navy, 

K [RBY, FLOREN< I \on ES, 'I'M 

Sweetheart SN '47. Beaut; Parade 

bam, Ala. 

Fourth Roiv 

Kirk. John Lillard, Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Marine Corps. 
Kirki.kv. Harry Earl Psychologj 

Powderly, Ala.- Army Air Force. 
Kizziah, Murray E., Jr. Hits. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — C. S. Army. 
Kizziah, Thomas A. I ins. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Fo 
Knight, Thurman Religion 

Ministerial Assn.. Mu Alpha Xu, Intramural 
Sports, Cullman, Ala. — LI. S. Army. 

Fifth Row 

Large, Earnest Kay. SX 

Birmingham, Ala. — I". S. Navy. 
Ledbetter, Newman \\\. 1 1 k < I > 

Grant, Ala.— I'. S. Navy. 
Lee, William Reece 

Athens, Tenn. — I*. S. Navy. 

Lipscom b, Eleanor Lui ii i 

Bessemer, Ala. 

Lister, Billy Gene 
Gadsden. Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



I 're- 1. aw 



narmacv 



Pharmacy 

Religion 

Engineering 



Sixth Row 

Little, Frank Gwin Bus. Adm. 

Staff Entre Nous '48, A*Q, Intramural Sports, 
Gadsden, Ala. 

Little, Franklin Daniel Pharmacy 

Piedmont, Ala. Army Air Force. 
Littlejohn, Ellis Earl Journalism 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Lott. Robert Lee, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — LT. S. 
Marine Corps. 

Lovette, James Ervin, Jr., SN Psychology 

Intramural S|x>rts. Flomaton, Ala. U. S. Navy. 

Hoi loin Row 

Lovette, Melvin Frazier, SN Psychology 

Intramural Sports, Flomaton, Ala. U. S. Navy. 

Lyon, I )wight L. Bus. Adm. 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Maddux. BufORD Martin I'hv. Educ. 
"H" Club, Intramural Spurt-.. Birmingham, Ala. 
— U. S. Army. 

Malonl, Joseph C. Pharmacy 

Tuscaloosa, Via- Army Air Force. 
Maples, Fran k II. Biolog) 

Elizabethton, Turn- 1 '. S. Army. 






a Pjhici 

t-miMM 





Hyde 
Ingram 

Jacks 
Jenkins 
Johnson, E. 



Johnson, F. 
Johnson, H. 
Johnson, P. 
Johnston, G. 
Johnston, R. 



Junes 
Kelley 
Kendrick 
Kerley 

KlRBY 



KlRK 
KlRKLEY 

Kizziaii, M. 

KlZZIAH, T. 

Knight 



Large 
Ledbetter 
Lee 
Lipscom B 

1 ,ISTER 



Little, 1"'. ci. 
Little, P. 1). 
Lnri i JOHN 
Lott 
lovette, i. 



Lovette, M . 

M IDDOX 
\ I VLON 1 

M \IM ES 



ZL SOPHOMORES - 135D 



Music 

Pharmacy 

Bus. Adm. 

Religion 

English 

\la. — Army Air 



Top Row 

Marbut, James IC i i k \ 

Albertville, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Markham, Laurel 

Hamilton, Ala. -U. S. Navy. 
M vrlow, James W. 

Birmingham, Ala. — C. S. Army. 
Martin, A VRON B. 

Dothan, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
M vrtin, Fred I. 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, 

Force. 

Second Row 



Martin, George Edwin, iik a Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 
Marine Corps. 

Martin. Judson R., UK \ Bus. Adm. 

Uniontown, Ala. — Merchant Marine. 
May, Eleanor Virginia Sociology 

Mn Alpha Chi, B.S.U., Birmingham Ala. 
Mays. Henry Earl Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Meadows, Willard James Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — I*. S. Army. 

Third Row 

Meeks, Jesse O. Phy. Educ. 

"H" Club, Track Team "47, Birmingham, Ala. — 
l'. S. Marine Corps. 

Miller, John Fitzgerald 

Selma, Ala. — I". S. Navy. 
Mills, Don, in 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Mitchell, James E., Jr. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. — Army Air Force. 



Pharmacy 
Engineering 

Chemistry 



Gone Hut Not Forcjottcn 





Mize, Vernon II., hk\ Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham Ala. — U. S. 

\rmy. 

Fourth Row 

MOBLEY, Anita Jeanne, AZ Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Monk, James Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala.- Army Air Force. 
Montgomery, John A. Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Helena. \la. LT. S. Army. 

Moore, Charles C. Religion 

B.S.U., Ministerial Assn., Wilsonville, Ala. — 
Army Air Force. 

Moree, Elmer Eugene Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Fifth Row 

Morris, Julius Lee, Jr. English 

B.S.U. Greater Council. Sycamore, Ala. — U. S. 
Marine Corps. 

Morris. Mary Elizabeth Biology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mullins, Pattie Sue Religion 

V.W.A., Mission Band, Beauty Parade '46, 
Helena, Ala. 

Murphree, Louie Arthur Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Murphy, Eugene William Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy, 

Sixth Row 

McAi.istkr. Luther Dirwood Pre-Law 

Irondale, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
McArdle, Frank Owen, AXA Journalism 

Intramural Sports, Montgomery, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 
McCabe, James B. I 're- Dental 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
McCarthy, Fred Robert, |r. Biology 

Red Bay, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
\]« Cord. Walton P. Engineering 

Bessemer, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Bottom Roiv 

McDonald, Gwyn History 

Dothan, Ala. — Army Air Foi 
McELROY, EUEL M. Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — V. S. Army. 

Mi Hi. roy. Thelma Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
McKinney, William II. Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
McLemore, Carl R. Pharmacy 

Danville. Ala.— U. S. Army. 




Marbut 
Markiia.m 
Marlow 
Martin, A. 
Martin, F. 



Martin, G. 
Martin. |. 
May 
Mays 
Meadows 



A I KICKS 

Miller 

Mills 

Mitchell 

Mize 



MOBLEY 

Monk 

Montgomery 
Moore 
Moree 



Morris, J. 

Morris, M. 

MULLINS 
M CJRPHREE 
M URPHY 



McAlisi er 
McArdle 
Mi Cabi 
McCarthy 
McCord 



M( I >i'\ AI.D 

McElro^ . I 
McEi roi . I 

Mi K i \ \ i \ 
Mel i MORI 



VL SOPHOMORES - 1950 



lop Row 

McNeel, V \.\ Louis, iika 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

McT\ EIRE, John DOUGLAS, IIKA 
Powderly, Ala. 

\i i.ms. William 1 1. 

McMinnville, Tenn.— L'. S. Army. 

Xi Smi in. T \i.ly Bain 
Blountsville, Ala. U. S. Vrmy. 

Norman, Robert John 
Choir, Ministerial Assn., Birmingham 
U. S. Marine Corps. 



Pre-Medical 

Biology 

Pharmacy 

Pre-Dental 



Psychology 

' Ala.— ' 



Second Row 

< h.ivkk. Calvin Willis Engineering 

Intramural Sports, Henagar, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Page, Samuel I.kk Pre-Dental 

Mu Alpha Nu, Intramural Sports, Tarrant. Ala. 
— U. S. Marine Corps. 

Parker, Ouida Faye Sociology 

B.S.U., La Fayette, Ala. 
Parks, Tommy I.kk. SN Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Pass, William Arthur Phy. Educ. 

Mu Alpha Nu, Palmerdale, Ala.— U. S." Army. 

Third Row 

Patterson, Edna Earl Biology 

Bessemer, Ala. 
Patton, Mary Jo Education 

Mission Rand, Hcnegar, Ala. 

Pauley, Charles Joseph Bus. Adm. 

Boston. Mass.— U. S. Navy. 
Payne, [one Psychology 

Fairfield, Ala. 
Peacock, James Earl Sociology 

Mu Alpha Chi, Ministerial Assn., Choir. Mont- ' 

gomery, Ala. 



Fourth A. 

Peake, Richard Charles, \\\ Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Perkinson, I'.i Carolyn Dietetics 

Home Econ. Club, Sec-Treas. Home I 

Club '47. B.S.U. Council '47, Beautj Paradi '46, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
I '| i i'i.ks. William X.. SN 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, 

Marine Corps. 

Pennington, Earl Ray 

Eldridge, Ala. U. S. X 
PEROLIO, Kiwi i ii C. 

Birmingham, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 



Bus. Adm. 

Ala. C. S. 

Pre-Medical 

Pre I aw 



Fifth Rozv 

PETTY, William CLARENCE 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Navy. 
Phifer, Charles l.m d 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Phifer, Edna Sue 

Minion Hand, French Club, Parrish, 
Phillips, James Sam 

Gadsden, Via.- I". S. Army. 
I'ii'kr. James C\. Jr. 

Fairfield, Ala. -Army Air Fori 



English 

Bus. Adm. 

Biology 

Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Bus. Adm. 



Bus. Adm. 



Sixth Roto 

Piper, Margaret Jean 

Fairfield, Ala. 
Pippin, James G., SN Phy. Educ. 

Intramural Sports, Andalusia, Ala. — U. S.' Navy. 

Pittman, I.kltox Harrold Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Pope, Thomas X. Pharmacy 

Spring Garden, Ala.— Army Air Force. 
POPKES, William I )avii> 

Birmingham, Ala. — L". S. Navy. 



I 'harmacy 



Four Frats Want Her 




Folium Row 

Powell, James Rupert Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala.— I". S. Navy. 
Pratt, J vmes I'... 2N Phy. Educ. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala.— Army Air 

Force. 
Price, Joe II Pharmacy 

Meridianville, Ala. I'. S. Navy. 
Pullen, Ralph Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar. Mentone, Ala— I'. S. Marine' 

Corps. 

Quinn, James Wallace litis. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. Navy. 





o. f? rj 



ft ft 



A. 




McNeel 
McTyeire 
Nelms 
NeSmith 

X or man- 



Oliver 

Page 

Parker 

Parks 

Pass 



Patterson 

Patton 

Pauley 

Payne 

Peacock 



Peake 

Perkinson 
Peeples 
Pennington 
Perolio 



Petty 
Phifer, C. 
Phifer, E. 
Phillips 

PlPER, T- 



Piper, M. 

I'iri'i N 
Pitt man 
Pope 
Popkes 



Powi 1 1 

I'K All 

Prk i 
l'ri 1 1 \ 

( Minn 



VL SOPHOMORES - 195D 



Top / 

Rast, William 1). Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. — V. S. Navy. 
Rati. IKK. Charles Ray 

Amer. Chem. Society, Robertsdale 

Navy. 
Ray. Marvin Eugene, SN 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Raybon, William 1).. iika 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Raymakk.k. Henry, Jr. Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. — I*. S. Navy. 



Chemistry 

Ala.— U. S. ' 

Bus. Adm. 
Psychology 



Second Rozc 



Pharmacy 



Psychology 

Masquers, 



Assn. 



Religion 

Jackson, 

Pre-Medical 



Richardson. Marion II.. 11KA 
Tullaliuina, Tenn. — I". S. Army. 

Ricker, George E. 

Mission Rand. Ministerial Assn. 
Scottsboro, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Riseling, Bob Henderson Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Amer. Pharm. Assn., Mas- 
quers, Columbus, Kans. — Army Air Force. 

Roach, Lester Robert, Jr. 

Choir, Reporter Ministerial 
Ohio — Army Air Force. 

Robbins, James A. 
Birmingham, Ala. — U". S. Navy. 

Third Rozc 

Roberts, William J. Religion 

Phil Campbell, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Robinson, Betty Joyce. A/ Bus. Adm. 

Treas. AZ, Beauty Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 

Rose, Martha, <I>M Pharmacy 

Elizabethton, Tenn. 

Sampley, M. Mozelle Bus. Adm. 

Fort Payne, Ala. 



Sanders, Robert Vester, a\ \ 
Sec. a.xa, Birmingham, Ala. — U. 

Fourth Row 



Bus. Adm. 
S. Army. 



Sawyer, I. eon J., Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Fo 
SCHIFANELLA, TOM V. l'rc-Dciltal 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Schilleci, Joseph Charles, a.xa Pre-Dental 

Intramural Spoils, Birmingham, Ala. 
Scofield, George Pre-Medical 

Opp, Ala. 
Seay, S. Cleveland Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Fifth Rozv 

Shark. David Wheeler 

Huntsville, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Shark. GEORGE DANIEL, IIK \ 

Morris, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Sheram. I.i-.on Eugene 
McCalla, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

Simpson, Fames Hurston 
East Gadsden, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 

Skelton, Joe David. 2N 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Sixth Row 



Pharmacy 

English 

Pharmacy 

Bus. Adm. 

Bus. Adm. 



Sociology 



Smith, E. Eloise 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Smith, H. [ane, A An 

Treas. Pledges aaII '48, Staff 

Jellico, Tenn. 
Smith. John L,., Jr. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Stell, James T. 

Hackleburg, Ala. — Army Air l'orce. 
Stewart, William Albert, Jr. Bus. Adm. 
Birmingham. Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 



Med. Tech. 

Kntre Xous '48, 



Religion 
Phy. Educ. 



Summer School Resort 




P^W^Ti 






I 



Bottom Row 

Still. M. Aileen Dietetics 

B.S.U. Council, Milstead, Ala. 
STOCKARD, AjtCH M. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — L". S. Army. 
Stokes, [ohn M.. |r. [ournalism 

Headland, Ala.— I'. S. Navy. 
Terry, Charles Lee History 

Mission Hand. Ministerial Assn., Springville, 

Ala.— I'. S. Army. 
Thames, Calvin E. Pharmacy 

Coffee Springs. Ala— I*. S. Navy. 




Rast 
Ratliff 
Ray 
Raybon 
Ray maker 



Richardson 
Ricker 

RlSELING 

Roach 
Robbins 



Roberts 
Robinson 
Rose 
Sampley 

Sanders 



Sawyer 

schifanella 

schilleci 

scofield 

Seay 



Sharp, D. 
Sharp, G. 

SllKRAM 

Simpson 
Skelton 



Smith. E. 
Smith, H. 
Smith, J. 
Stell 
Stewart 



Still 
Stockard 
Stqki s 
Terry 

I'll WHS 



VL SOPHOMORES - 1950 



Top A 

Thomas, |ames O. Engineering 

Alexander City, Via. — Army Air Force. 
Thomas, Winifred Elizabeth Home Econ. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Thom pson . Davis II. Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Via. Vrmy Air 

Force. 
Thompson, Roberi Earl, iim> Religion 

Mexia, Via. U. S. Army. 
TlSDALE, OUN DERUS Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Second A' 

Trent, Patricia 

Choir, Birmingham, Ala. 
Trent, Weber 1 ).. Jr.. 2N 

Roanoke, Ala. — -U. S. Army. 

Trumbo, Paul Reckard, Ik. 

Russell, Ky. — U. S. Marine Corp-.. 

Tucker, Thomas Lei . iika 
Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Vardaman, Jack II.. iika 
Burnsville, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Third AC a 1 



I 'liar 



liv. 



Bus 



Math, 
rmacy 
rmacy 
Educ. 
Adm. 



Pre-] .aw 



Wagner, Norman Edgar, Jr. 

Buena Vista, Va. — I'. S. Navy. 
Walker, Arthur I... Ik. 

Ministerial Assn., B.S.U. Executive 

Mission Band, Choir, Staff Crimson 

mingham, Ala. — C S. Army. 
Wanninger, Cecil Ellis, iika Bus. Adm 

Intramural Sports. Masquers, Birmingham, Ala. 

— U. S. Army. 



English 
( louncil, 
•48. Bir- 



This Type Picture Is Always Included 







Warren, Georgi Bradford, iika Bus. Adm. 

Orrville, Via. U. S. Navy. 
Weatherly, William K. Pharmacy 

Pine Hill. Ala. U. S. Navy. 



Fourth Row 

Welch, Norma Jean Home Econ. 

French Club, Montgomery, Ala. 

Welch, Wallace Harold Religion 

Ministerial Assn.. Birmingham, Ala. — I'. S. 
Navy. 

Wells, 1 )an 1'>u>. Adm. 

I'henix City. Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Wells, Edward Earl Pharmacy 

Tile & Mortar, Birmingham, Ala. — C. S. Army. 

Wesson, Robert C. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — I . S. Navy. 



Fifth Row 

Weston, Henry Morgan 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Wilkins, Calvin Arthur 
Billingsley, Via. — U. S. Army. 

Wilkins, Robert Edward 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Williams. James Hollis, IIKA 

Harts, lie. Ala.— U. S. Xavy. 

Wilson, Leighton Clyde 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Xavy. 



Sixth Row 



Pre-Medical 

Phy. Educ. 

Religion 

litis. Adm. 
Engineering 



Pharmacy 
)ental 



re 



Womac, Jw T. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. — U. S. Army. 
Woodford, Thomas. Jr., ii k \ 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Worthington, Jack Benjamin, 2N B. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — I . S. Xavy. 
Wright, Bill A., iika Pre-Medical 

Alabama City, Ala. U. S. Navy. 
Wyatt, Clifford Don, SN Pharmacy 

Staff Entre Nous '48, Mobile, Ala. 



Bottom R 

Yeager, James Fred Pharmacy 

Leoma, Tenn. — I*. S. Navy. 

YoUNGBLOOD, Si in ANDREW IMiarmarv 

Birmingham, Via. — U. S. Army. 

Zbinden, George Louis English 

Ministerial Vssn., Choir. Dothan, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 




Thomas, J. 
Thomas. \Y. 
Thompson, D. 
Thompson, R 

TlSDALE 



Trent, P. 
Trent, W. 
Trumbo 

TUCKEH 

Vardaman 



Wagner 

Walker 
Wanninger 
Warren 
Weatherly 



Welch, X. 

Welch. W. 
Wells, D. 
Wells, E. 
Wesson 



Weston 
Wilkins, C. 

Wll.Kl.NS, K. 

Williams 
Wilson 



Womac 
Woodford 

Worth inc.ton 
Wright 

W'v \ i i 



Yi \(.i R 
YOUNGBl OOD 

/ \\\ Mil N 



Abbot r 

Adams. II. 

Adams, \Y. 

Aim 1 1 1 
Ai.i.i \ 



Andi rson, i i 
Anderson, I.. 
Anderson, W 
Armstrong 

\1TRV 



B \iu: 

Baker, F. 
Baker, P. 
Bass 
Battle 



Beard 

Bearden 

Berrey 

Bethany 

Beverly 



Bledsoe 

Bobo 

Holding 

Bragg 

Brand 



Brasher 
Bright 
Brown, A. 

Brown, J. 
Brumbach 



Bryant 
Buchanan 
Burgdorf 
Burgess 

Bl'RGETT 




1l 



VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Abbott, Richard Leon Pre-Dental 

Jasper, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Adams, Betty Ann English 

Roanoke, Ala. 
Adams, William Henry Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Adwell, Billie Ruth Psychology 

Miss Entre Nous 1948, Birmingham, Ala. 
Allen, Ben C, I1KA English 

Birmingham, Ala. 



fifth Row 

Bledsoe, William Frank Journalism 

Langdale, Ala. 
Bobo, A. J. Bus. Adm. 

Jasper, Ala. 
Bolding, Mary Frances, <I>M Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Bragg, Leonard E. Bus. Adm. 

Huntsville, Ala. 
P. rand, James B. Journalism 

Tarrant, Ala. 



Second Row 

Anderson, George Allan Journalism 

Gowrie, Iowa. 
Anderson, Lance Warren Religion 

Staff Crimson, Pensacola, Fla. — Army Air 

Force. 
Anderson, William Victor Bus. Adm. 

New Haven, Conn. — U. S. Navy. 
Armstrong, Lloyd Myers Engineering 

Irondale, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Autry, James Archie Pre-Dental 

Fairfield, Ala. 



Sixth Rozv 

Brasher, Robert Easom 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Bright, Cornelius 

Albertville, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Brown, Aaron Burr, Jr. 

Nashville, Tenn. — Army Air Force. 
Brown, James William 

Ministerial Assn., Birmingham, Ala.- 
Brumbach, William Charles 

Center Point, Ala.— U. S. Army. 



Bus. Adm. 

Religion 

Pharmacy 

Religion 



Engineering 



Engineering 



Third Rozv 

Babb, John Newton, Jr. Fngineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Baker, Forrest A., Jr., IIKA 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Baker, Peggy Ann, <I>.M Journalism 

Beauty Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 

Bass, Edward Larue Engineering 

Trussville, Ala. 

Battle, Ijnda Ann, AAn Home Econ. 

Tupelo, Miss. 



Bottom Row 

Bryant, Cameron Edward 

Remlap, Ala. 
Buchanan, William Earl 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
BURGDORF, Tink, AAI1 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Burgess, Donald E. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Burgett, Robert Mf.lvin 

Tarrant, Ala.— I'. S. Navy. 



Religion 

Religion 

Bus. Adm. 



Religion 



Bus. Adm. 



fourth Row 

Beard, Jon n Roquemore 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Bearden, Bob Ray 

Birmingham, Ala. r. S. Xavy. 
Berrey, Ruth Anne, aaii 

Mu Alpha Chi, Birmingham, Ala. 
Bethany, Adams DeWayne 

Decatur, Ua. 
Beverly, Jon \ I ). 

Jackson, Ala. — V. S. Marine Corps. 



Il\- Make Guy! 



Pre-Dental 

Religion 
Adm. 



I'.us. 



l\cli"ion 



Bus. Adm. 



J 




B UR N 1 I 1 

Ml K I 

Burton 

Bui ii rwori 11 

Byram 



Calvj ki 
Campbell, (i. 

C \M PBELL, I. 

C \KM N 

Carnes 



Carroll 

Chambers 

Cicero 

Clark 

Coley 



Conk 

copeland 

Cosby 

COTTINGHAM 

COZART 



Creel 

Crotwkll 
Croi( ii 
Cunningham 
Curenton, I). 



curenton, i-'.. 
Dailey 
Daniels 
Danner 
Davis. B. 



Davis, S. 

DOMINEY 

Douglass, B. 
Douglass, M. 
Dike 




VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Burnett, Auman Elliott Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Burt, Willard Lank Pharmacy 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 
Burton, Don Taylor Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Butterworth, Alice Anne. AA1I Bus. Adm. 

Choir, Birmingham, Ala. 
Byram, Robert Paul Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Fifth Row 

Creel, S. J. Phy. Educ. 

Empire, Ala. 
Crotwell, Madie Jam:. A/ Home Econ. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Crouch, Billy Lee Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Cunningham, Hester Lucile Bus. Adm. 

Troy, Ala. 

Curenton, Dorris Fay Psychology 

Century, Fla. 



Second Row 

Calvert, Francis Nelson Chemistry 

Wetumpka, Ala. 

Campbell, Gene Bus. Adm. 

Warrior, Ala. 
Campbell, Julian Richard History 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Garden, William Luther Religion 

B.S.U., Ministerial Assn., Port Saint Joe, Fla. 

Carnes, Charley Henry Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Sixth Row 

Curenton, Earl 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
1 ) Aii.Ev. Van Dalton 

Oneonta, Ala. — (J. S. Army. 
Daniels, William Donald 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Danner, Raymond Eugene, Jr. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Davis, Betty 

Hut fain, Ala. 



Religion 

Bus. Adm. 

Bus. Adm. 

Engineering 



Religion 



Third Row 

Carroll, Billy Gene Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Chambers, Anne Pre-Nursing 

Intramural Sports, U.S. I'., Alabama City, Ala. 
Cicero, James Hollis Phy. Educ. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Q. S. Navy. 
Clark, [ames 1 1. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Cm. iy. Bob C, iim> Pre-Law 

Mobile, Ala. 



Bottom Row 

Davis. Sara Mac. <I>M English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dominey, Reneau B. Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mission Rami, Clayton, Ala. 

Douglass, Barbara Ann Phy. Educ. 

Madison. Ala. 

Douglass, Mildred Jam:, a/ Math. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Dike. Elizabeth Ann Religion 

Gadsden, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

Cone, Hermon Paul Engineering 

Vltoona, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Copeland, Roberta Annette Psychologj 

V.W.A., Birmingham, Ala. 
Cosby, James Haywood Religion 

Ministerial \ssn., Romer, Ala. C. S. Navy. 

Cottingham, William Harrison Religion 

Bessemer, Ala. — U S.. Navy. 
Cozart, Dorothy Harris Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 



5 Individuals, Count 'Em 




1 )l'K \.\ 

E VSL] \ 
ElCHELBERGl R 

Erwin 

I' mi R] i 



EUBAM KS 
l'\ WS, B. 

Evans, R. 

I' I K\ INDEZ 
FORAN 



Forte 

Foster 

Fountain 

Frame 

Fredy 



Freeman 

fullington 

Gebhart 

( rENTRY 

Gilmer 



Glaze 

< rLIDEWELL 
( ioODE 

Goodwin, A. 
Goodwin, V. 



( xRAVES 
Green 

( rRIFFIN 
( rRIGSBY 
( rROVER 



( rUSTAFSON 
GUYTON 

Hah amis 
f [albrooks 
Hall, C. 




VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Duran, William Reed, Jr. Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Easley, Howard Aulton Religion 

Andalusia, Ala. 
ElCHELBERGER. ALBERT WlRT English 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Erwin, William Earl Pre-Medical 

Calera, Ala. 
Etheredge, Cecil Duane Bus. Adm. 

Thomaston, Ala. 



Fifth Row 

('.laze, [van Loyd Pre-Medical 

Gardendale, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Glidewell, Marguerite Chessie 

Mission Band, Pell City, Ala. 

Goode, Betty Frances 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Goodwin, Annie Sue. AZ 
Pinson, Ala. 

Goodwin, Virginia, az 

Spanish Club, Birmingham, Ala. 



Religion 
Religion 

Phy. Educ. 

Bus. Adm. 



Second Rozv 

Eubanks, Louise Bus. Adm. 

B.S.U., Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Betty Jane, AAI1 Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Evans, Robert T., IIK<1> Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fernandez, Lolv Bus. Adm. 

Y.W.A., Beauty Parade '48, Cuba. 
Koran, Willard G. Bus. Adm. 

Holston, Va. — Army Air Force. 



Sixth Row 

Graves, Austin S., UK* Bus. Adm. 

Blountsville, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Green, John George Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Griffin, James David History 

Xewville, Ala. 
Grigsby, Fred R. Bus. Adm. 

Tarrant, Ala. 

Grover, Wayne Religion 

LaGrange, Ca. — Army Air Force. 



Third Row 

Forte, Thomas E. Religion 

Intramural Sports, Atmorc, Ala. 
Foster, Dorothy Ann. AAII Home Econ. 
Beauty Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 

Fountain, Allie Frances Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Frame, Elna, az Journalism 

Beauty Parade- '48, Huntsville, Ala. 
Fredy, Geddie Harris Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

Freeman, William Brice Pharmacy 

Hackleburg, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
FULLINGTON, WlLLIAM ERNEST Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Gebhart, James Lerov Pre-Medical 

Foley, Ala. 

Gentry, Emma Jean, b^o Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala, 
Gilmer, Raymond Evans, iika Pre-Dental 

Birmingham, Ala, 



Bottom Row 

Gustafson, David Carl 

Robertsdale, Ala. 
Guyton, William A.. Jr. 

Hamilton, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Hah am is, X.wtiii 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Halbrooks, Ralph Francis 

Ministerial Assn.. Mission Band 

Hall, Clifton La Fayette 
Aliceville, Ala. — U S. Army. 



Six New Lettermen 



Pre-Medical 
Pharmacy 
Pharmacy 

Religion 

Decatur, Ala. 

Engineering 




II Al I . E. P. 

I [all, I'.. 
Mailman. E 
i i vllman, i i 
Hanes 



I I \ K I ) I NG 

I Iakris 

I [ARRISON 
I [ARLESS 
1 I I MM RSON 



1 I I RD 

I [erring 

lloi.l.KY. II. \\ 
HOLLEY, II. I 
1 [0LLINGSW0R1 




Hoi. low an 
I Ioi.t 
I [ORTON 
I [OUSTON 

I 1 1 iWARl) 



I [OWELL 
I [OWREN 

I I IDSOX 
I [ULG \N 
I [UMPHREY 



VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Hall, Edward P. Pre-Optometry 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Hall, Ellen, az Psychology 

Beauty Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 
Hallman, Ethel Sociology 

Dora, Ala. 

Hallman, Henry Ernest Religion 

Dora, Ala. 

Hanks. Herbert Blanchard Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Fifth Row 

Howell, Tommie Felix 
Jackson, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
HOWREN, Hl'BKRT LEIGHTON, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Hudson, James 

Blountsvillc, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Hulgan, Henry Eugene 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Humphrey, Hugh Russell 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Bus. Adm. 

Jr., AX A 

Pre-Law 

Bus. Adm. 

Religion 

Bus. Adm. 



Second Row 

Harding, James Lombard Bus. Adm. 

Debating Club, Crimson Staff '48. Mobile. Ala. 

Harris, Azell Lerov Math. 

Hanceville, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Harrison, Martha Virginia Religion 

Phenix City, Ala. 

Harless, Hoffman Carl, ax \ Pre-Law 
Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Henderson, James Allen Religion 

Mission Hand, Ministerial Assn.. Hogansville, 
Ga.— U. S. Army. 



Third Row 

I [ERD, M [RIAM , A All 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Herring, Robert \\\, |r., axa 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Hoi.lev, Henry Waldo 

Kellyton, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Holley, Herbert Howard 

Alexander City, Ala, I'. S. Navy. 
I [OLLINGSWORTH, [OH N C. 
Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Army. 



Sociology 



Chemistry 
I 'harmacy 

Bus. Adm. 

Bus. Adm. 



Sixth Row 

Hurst, Charles Goddard, Jr., AXA Eng. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Jenkins, Raiford C. Pharmacy 

Northport, Ala. — L'. S. Army. 
Jinks. William Carl, Jr. Engineering 

Birmingham. Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Johnson, Catherine Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Johnson, George Robert Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — C. S. Navy. 

Bottom Row 

|oii n son, James 1,. Pharmacy 

Nashville, Tenn. — Army Air Force. 
Joiner. Evelyn Med. Tech. 

Richmond, Va. 
Jones, Charles Robert Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — I". S. 

Navy. 
Jones. Mary Ann. <1>M Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Jones, Piiella Sri Drama 

Beauty Parade '48. Centre, Ala. 



Fourth Row 

Holloway, Elsie Kathryne Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
1 Iolt, ( )sburne Bus. Adm. 

Lynn, Ala. C. S. \rmy. 

Horton, Blanche Elaine Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 
I [ouston, Betty Jean I [ome Econ 

Birmingham, Ala. 
1 1 < »\\ vrd, Aubre\ E. Bus. Adm. 

Verbena, Ala. — C. S. Navy. 



Sunday . Ifternoon 




Jones, K. 

|(>K1>\\. V 

Jordan, D, 
Jordan, M . 
Keller 



K 11.11 * 
l\l OWN 
KlLP VTRICK 

King 

KlRKLAND 



KlRKPATRICK 

Knight 

K N tGHTEN 

Knowlton 

KlZZIAH 



Lacked 

I . A M B 

Lambert 

I . A N 1 )T 

Lanford 



Langston 
Lank ford 
Lawrence 
Little 
Lovelad* 



Luther 

M ALONE 

.\ I A N N 

Marsh 
Marshall 



Martin. C. 
Martin. 1 1. 
Martin. M. 
Mason, I). 

Mason. 1. 




VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Roiv 

Jones, Ryburn Pinckard Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. — Merchant Marine. 
Jordan, Arthur Forrest, AXA Math. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Jordan, Donald Reece Engineering 

Tarrant, Ala. 
Jordan, Martha Jo English 

Centre, Ala. 
Keller, George Edward Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Fifth Roic 

LvANGSTON, Harold Monroe, IIKA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — IT. S. Army. 
Lankford, H. Jane, AAII English 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Lawrence, F. Jane, AAII Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Little, Jewel Marie Bus. Adm. 

Brunswick, Ga. 
Lovelady, Jackie Frances, AAII Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 






Second Row 

Kelley, Jack Pharmacy 

Sylacauga, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Keown, Harlice Edmond Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mission Band, Columbiana, 

Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Kilpatrick, John Lerov Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — Merchant Marine. 

King, Jonnie Elizabeth Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Kirkland, Billy Joe Pharmacy 

Headland, Ala. 



Third Row 

KlRKPATRICK, Ronald Owen Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Knight, Beverly C, AAII Pre-Medical 

Piedmont, Ala. 
KNIGHTEN, Lee Pharmacy 

Garden City, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Knowlton, Gilbert Ritter Physics 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Kizziah, George Edward Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala- I'. S. Navy. 



Sixth Row 

Luther, Nancy Jo, AAII English 

Albertville, Ala. 
Malone, James C, Jr. Religion 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. — U .S. Army . 
Mann, Cornell H. Pharmacy 

Ashland, Ala— U. S. Navy. 
Marsh, Berni Sociology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Marshall, Robert Jackson, AXA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Bottom Row 

Martin, Carlton Scott, AXA Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Martin, Henry Cecil Bus. Adm. 

Tarrant, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Martin, Martha Ellen, AAII Drama 

Masquers, Bessemer, Ala. 
Mason, DANIEL WHITEHOUSE, AXA 

Journalism 

Intramural Sports, Mobile, Ala. 

Mason, Jack Andrew Bus. Adm. 

Leeds, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



No Fish But Happy 



Fourth Row 

Lackey, Rosemary Med. Tech. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Lamb, Joe Neal Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Lambert, Carl 1 1. Religion 

Uriah, Ala. — .Army Air Force. 
Landt, James Fred, SN Pre-Dental 

Anniston, Ala, U .S. Army. 
Lanford, Patilla Edwin Pharmacy 

Columbia, Ala. — U. S. Army. 




Man iii in 
M I LON VS 

Ml KlK 

M i i 1 1 \ i \ 

M I /UK 



Mil. 1.1 R 

M II TON 

M I rCHELL 

Monk 

Mon rGOMERY 



Moody 
Moore 

Morris 
MULLIC \N 

Myers 



Mi Combs 

McCuLLOUGH 

mcdonough 
McElroy 

Mc] NTIRE 



McQueen 
McRee 
McWhorter 
Nation 

X F.I. SON. C. 



Nelson, I). 

Newman 

Newton 

( )SBURN 

Pace 



Parker, D. 
Parker, J. 
Parker, P. 
Patrick, I". 
Patrick, J. 




Z)L FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Mayfield, Dewey Edward 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Melonas, Kathen 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Merck, Don Edward, AXA 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, 

Methvin, Leslie David 
Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Mezick, Elizabeth 
LaFayette, Ala. 



Ala 



Fifth Roiv 

Religion McQueen, Thomas J. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Lab. Tech. McRee, Leonard A. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

Bus. Adm. McWhorter, Fred Eugene Pharmacy 

Rossville, Ga. 

Engineering Nation, Horace Hendrix, Jr. Pre-Medical 

Asman, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Bus. Adm. Nelson, Cecil Elvis Bus. Adm. 

Thomasville, Ala. 



Second Row 

Miller, Malcolm Keating Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Milton, Jo Therese Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mitchell, Hugh Wesley, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Falkville, Ala. 
Monk, Ray William Pharmacy 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Falkville, Ala.— U. S. 

Navy. 
Montgomery, Lyndon Truett Religion 

Hillsboro, Ala.— U. S. Army. 



Third Row 

Moody, Floyd Nelson Math. 

Shorterville, Ala. 
Moore, John Ed. Bus. Adm. 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Morris, Max Folsom English 

Dothan, Ala. 

Mulligan, Everett [. Pharmacy 

Moulton, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

Myers, James William Pre-Medical 

Vinemont, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Fourth Row 

McCombs, William Jackson Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 

McCullough, Daniel M., Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 

McDonough, Martin Fleming, |k. Pharm. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 17. S. Navy. 

McElroy, Bessie M k\ English 

Vice Pres. V.W. V, Mission Band, Cuba, Ala. 

McIntire, Helen Elizabeth journalism 

Roundup, Montana- -I '. S. Army (Wac) 



Sixth Row 

Nelson, Don Carlos Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 

Newman, John Haynes, IIKA Pre-Dental 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Newton, Charles H. Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — Army Air Force. 
Osburn, Norman Arthur Religion 

Selma, Ala. 
Pace, Charles Edwin Pharmacy 

Mobile, Ala. — I". S. Army. 



Bottom Row 

Parker, Donald Chester Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 

Parker, Joseph Edward Religion 

Brewton, Ala. — (J. S. Navy. 

Parker, Perry Ann Religion 

Choir, Sterrett, Ala. 

Patrick, Edna Irene Pre- 1. aw 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Patrick, James Tommy Pre-Dental 

Alabaster, Ala. 



Sick, I Mine, and LAZY 




\' \\ M 

P \\ roN 

I'll II. 1 ITS. \. 

Phillips, I. 
Plaia 



R] I CE 

Reid 

Kl N FRO! 

Roberts 
Robinson 



Kill BUCK 

Russell, 1). 
Russell, J. R. 
Russell, I. 
Ryan 



Sample 
Sartain 
Satterwhite 
Saunders 

SCHLEIN 



Si' 1 1 NETZLEB 

Sellkrs 
Shannon, B. 
Shannon, M. 
Shelby 



Shewmaker 

SlNQUEFIELD 

Slay 

Smith. I'. 
S m nil. S . 



Smoot 
Stanley 
Si eele 
Stkwart. 1 1. 
Si ewart, |. R. 




VL FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Payne, Mary Doris Biology 

Fairfield, Ala. 
Payton, Jack Ellsworth, I1KA Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Phillips, A. C. Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Leeds, Ala. 
Phillips, James Eugene Pharmacy 

Altamont, Tenn. — Army Air Force. 
Plaia, Arthur Joseph, IIKA Pre- Law 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Fifth Row 

Schnetzler, John George Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 
Sellers, Billy Eugene Phy. Educ. 

Dora, Ala. 
Shannon, Betty Claire Bus. Adm. 

Spanish Club, Birmingham, Ala. 
Shannon, Mary Ellen, AZ Home Econ. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Shelby, Ozilene X. Journalism 

Fairfield, Ala. 



S cond Row 

Reese, Dorothea Mae History 

Sterrett, Ala. 
Reid, Hamilton Vardaman Pre-Medical 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Renfroe, Grover Clevelnd Pre-Dental 

Carbon Hill, Ala.— U. S. Navy. 
Roberts, James Easel, Jr. Bus. Adm. 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Robinson, Norma Jean Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Sixth Roiv 

Shewmaker, Maiben Lopez Pharmacy 

Mobile, Ala.— U. S. Army. 
Sinquefield, George Warren Religion 

Ministerial Assn., Mission Band, Eufaula, Ala. — 

U. S. Army. 
Slay, Ben Kyle Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Smith, Paul Howard Phy. Educ. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Marine Corps. 
Smith, Selwyn Lanier, IIKA Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Third Row 



Roebuck, Floyd Fulton 


Religion 


Tuscaloosa, Ala. 




Russell, David D., AXA 


Pre-Dental 


Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 




Russell, Jimmy R. 


Bus. Adm. 


Birmingham, Ala. 




Russell, Juanita 


Religion 


Beauty Parade '48, Opp, Ala. 




Ryan, Billye Ann, <I>M 


Bus. Adm. 


Sec. French Club, Leeds, Ala. 





Fourth Row 

Sample, Mary Alice Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Sartain, Earl Leroy Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Satterwiiite, David Samuel, SN Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Saunders, Floyd Glenn Engineering 

Bessemer, Ala. (J. S. Army. 
Schlein, Perry Millard Bus. Adm. 

Masquers, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Bottom Row 

Smoot, Vida A. Religion 

B.S.U., Mission Band, Sycamore, Ala. 
Stanley, Hewlitt Gordon Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Steele, Helen Marie Home Econ. 

Beauty Parade '48, Birmingham, Ala. 
Stewart, Harry Arthur. AXA Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Stewart, Jack Ray Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Legs, Reading from I. eft to Right 




Stew \ki . I. 1 ). 
T \\\ BUSH 
t< 11! rneshoff 
Tem im.k 



ll(t\l \s. 



Thomas. |. 
TlDWELL 

Till 

Tkau i 
Turner 



Vallely 
Vance 
Vann 

Vaughn, D. 
Vaughn, X. 



Walk. II. 
Wade, J. 
Waldrop 
Walker 
Wall 



Wallace 
Webb 
Welch 
Wier 

WlLLINGHAM 



Williams. D. 
Williams. W 
Wills 
Wilson. ( 
Wilson. ]. 



Wingard 

WOOLF 

Ws ATT 

Young 
Zbinden 





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Vke FRESHMAN CLASS -1951 



Top Row 

Stewart, John Douglas Pre-Law 

Birmingham, Ala. — IT. S. Marine Corps. 
Tawbush, Ralph Adrian Bus. Adm. 

Remlap, \la. 
Tcherneshoff, Mary J. English 

Mission Band, Albertville, Ala. 
Temple, [ames I'. Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 
Thomas. PHEROBA Ann Home Econ. 

Fori Payne, Ala. 



Fifth Row 



Psychology 



Wallace, Porter Ki ng, Jr. 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 
Webb, Clyde Louis Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. I'. S. Navy. 
Welch, Eva Janette English 

Mission Hand, Birmingham, Ala. 
Wier, Kenneth, axa Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Army. 
Willingham, [ames Theodore Pharmacy 

Edwardsville, Ala. — U. S. Army. 



Second Row 

TllOM AS, Jon N ( )i.ivkr Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Tidwell, Owen K. Pre-Medical 

Birmingham, Ala. Army Air Force. 
Tn. i., Willie I )ee Religion 

Garland, Ala. 
Traweek, Kenneth Edward, SN Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Turner, Alfred Dudley Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. 



Six ili Row 

Williams, Dolly Jane, aaii English 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Williams, William Byrd Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — V. S. Army. 
Wills, Doss Richard Engineering 

Langdale, Ala. 
Wilson, Clifford William, axa Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Wilson, John I.i-.i:, )h. Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. Navy. 



Third Row 

Vallely, Owen Lawrence, 2N Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, \la. U. S. Marine Corps. 
Vance, ( Iharles Roy Bus. Adm. 

Intramural Sports, Birmingham, Ala. — U. S. 

Navy. 
Vann, William lli.Nin Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. U. S. Navy. 
VAUGH n, 1 )0R01 ii v P.iin. Adm. 

\ 11 ii' in. \la. 
V Men n, Zelda Earl Bus. Adm. 

Birmingham, Ala. I'. S. (nasi Guard. 



Bottom Row 

Wingard, Martha Jeanette Dietetics 

Clanton, Ala. 
WOOLF, Joy Allison, <h.M Bus. Adm. 

Gadsden, Ala. 
Wyatt, James Edgar Engineering 

Birmingham, Ala. I'. S. Marino Corps. 
Young, Jim mm. I)., i\ Pharmacy 

Fayette, Ala. 
ZB] Mil N, M \Kl, vre r Win 

Dothan, Ala 



nglish 



Fourth Row 

W MH . I I \Kin I )i \d\ [J USi Adm. 

Birmingham, \la. 
W \i'i , Joh n \\ \KKLN, iik'i' Bus. Adm. 

Pinson, Ma. I . S. Army. 
\\ vldrop, Forresi ink English 

Birmingham, Ala. 
\\ \i ker, I ■ kni-si I )rw e\ Religion 

Fail field, Ala. I'. S. Marine Corps. 
WALL, Johnny Carl |'1i\ , Educ. 

Cordova, Ala. Mmv Air Force. 



Ah.' — True Love 








HIGHLIGHTS OF ANOTHER YEAH 







DF THE YEAR... 

SAW US PARTICIPATING IN MORE 
CONSERVATIVE 




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_ t 'as 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



• IFFICERS 



Earl Butleb 
W. T. Edwards 
David Thompson 

fOHN DODD 



{'resident 

First I 'ice-l'residcnt 
Second 1 'ice-President 

Secretary 



Prank Little _. Treasurer 

Berton ( iK.w Serg'eant-at-Arms 



Alpha Phi Omega is a National Serv- 
ice Fraternity whose services arc ex- 
tended first, to the student body and 
faculty: second, to youth and the com- 
munity; third, to members of the frater- 
nity; and fourth, to the nation a> par- 
ticipating citizens. The fraternity has 
three principles a nsisting of service, 
leadership, and friendship, but service 
is the first consideration and is the only 
justification for its existence. 

Members of the fraternity at How- 



ard, who are all former scouts, are Stan- 
ley Howell, Boyce Albright, Bill Pat- 
ton, II. I\. Caufield, Harry New, Elton 
Kytlc. Parker Patton, Charlie Gamble, 
Dick Hogue, Jimmy Pickens. Billy Joe 
Ward, Arland Strickland. Prank Rains, 
Jerry Monroe. K. M. Ford. Jr.. James 
Bouchillon, Bill Aders, Walter Braden, 
Charley Carnes, George Scofield, James 
Gilbert, Tommy Patrick. Frank Cal- 
vert, and Robert 1 [arris. 




RED CRDSS UNIT 



OFFICERS 

Ker.m it Kerley _ _____ Chairman 

Marcia O'Neal _ _ / 'ice-Chairman 

Maude Ellen Jordan Secretary-Treasurer 

Antoinette Sparks ] 

Martha Huggins Pugii \ Faculty Advisors 

Clarence E. McCarver 

The Howard College Unit of the American wonderful world-wide organization. The unit 

Red Cross has progressed from the time when is rapidly expanding and greater activities arc 

it existed only in its name on the campus to planned for the coming year. 

the present time when it has a well-organized 

and well-balanced schedule of operations and IX|T OPERATING COMMITTEE MEETING 

activities. Unit members, under the direction /.<•// to Right— M. G. Osborn, A. Sparks, EC. Kerley, 

of Emily Evans, produced radio programs M ElIen J° rdan > Marcia O'Neal. 

which approached perfection. Entertainment 
and recreation was provided for the wounded 
veterans at the Veterans' Hospital in Tusca- 

loosa, Ala., under the able direction of lames 0*\ 

Alarhut. Much credit is due Inos Evans and - Lt, 

Kermit Kerley, the last two chairmen, for '. f; 

their energy and persistence in seeing that 
I toward did its part as a member of this 





SPATULA 



OFFICERS 

Mary I.amastkk 

Jean Conerly _.. 

Marie Ne Smith 

Joyce Griffin _ .._ 



I 'resident 

I 'iee-l'residenl 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



The "feminine pill-pushers" of Howard Col- 
lege form the membership of Spatula. Mem- 
bers of the feminine sect are selected for mem- 




bership on the basis of scholarship, character 
and a sincere interest in pharmacy. Frequent 
get-togethers (hen-parties?) allow the girls 
absolute freedom in discussion of pharmaceu- 
tical problems and some very outstanding 
speakers in this particular field have led these 
discussion.-. Spatula was organized on our 
campus in the fall of 1944 to form a member- 
ship in the National Pharmacy Sorority, Kap- 
pa Epsilon. The organization has grown into 
a close-knil group of very promising young 
ladies. 



SI' VIVI.A OFFICERS 



AMERICAN 

PHARMACEUTICAL 

ASSOCIATION 



student Q-)ranch 



OFFICERS 

John Cotter.— President 

Alvin L. Harris Vice-President 

Mary Lancaster Secretary 




1**1 




OFFICERS A. Ph. A. 



The Student Branch of the American 
Pharmaceutical Association was organ- 
ized on Howard's campus by one of our 
late professors. Dr. Richards, in May, 
1947. There are student branches of 
this association located at various schools 
all over the country and anyone that 
professes an interest in pharmacy and 
has completed at least one quarter's work 



in that department is eligible for mem- 
bership. Meetings are held monthly at 
which movies, pertaining to the use of 
drugs, are shown. It is the goal of the 
president of this large organization, 
John Cotter, to have every pharmacy 
student in that department a member, 
a goal which is being rapidly approached. 





TILE a J MDRTAR 



OFFICERS 

William C. Hastie, Jr. President 

\<<>\ I.. Mundy Vice-President 

Miriam Durham Secretary-Treasurer 



TILE & MORT \K OFFICERS 



Tile and Mortar lists many versatile 
members in its organization. While the 
primary purpose of the organization is 
to acquaint the future pharmacists of 
America with their chosen field, many 
of the members belong to various social 
organizations over the campus. High- 
lights of the year are initiation into the 
club, several informal "get-togethers," 



and the annual dance. The club lost a 
valuable advisor when Dr. Richards left 
the cam] ins but through the able leader- 
ship of Bill 1 last ie. who is also president 
of the Junior Class, the club has made a 
steady advance toward their announced 
goal, that of unifying its endeavors to- 
ward education in pharmacy in its 
broadest interpretation. 





TRIDENT 



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

A quiet air of expectancy hovers over the students assembled in the 
Hum of Alain on Trident's annual spring tap day. The tapping ceremony 
pressive and dignified, even though some unsuspecting male becomes a bi 
tered as he is tapped. 



i trom 
leader- 

audito- 

is im- 

t t'lus- 



OFFICERS 



John II.Cakk President 

G. Davis O'Kelle* Vice-President 

William J. Ward Secretary 

Earl Rinkenburger Treasurer 

Dean I'. I'. Burns Faculty Advisor 

MEMBERS 

Members of Trident are: ('.. Davis O'Kelley, William 
.1 . Ward, John II. Carr, Earl Rinkenburger, Robert G 
Thompson, William I). Peeples, David I.. Czachurski, 
A. Calvin Forrester, Raul \i. Russell, James X. 1 1. ill. 
George I'. Turner, Elton I.. Kytle, George B. Ritch, 
Jr., Charles .1. Granade, Ben l>. Windham, ami \\'il 
Ham 1 1 . I \ . 1 1 1 . 



TRIDENT OFFICERS 





HYPATIA 



C 11 KI STINK KoRRl'.STEK 


OFFICERS 


President 


Elizabeth Clark 




1 ice-President 


GAYE PiYARS 




Secretary 


Vivian I'arnes -— 




'treasurer 


Lorisi-: I IoWARI) 




Historian 



I [ypatia, the highest honor society for 
girls on the campus, was organized in 1924. 
The name "I I Ypatia" was selected as sym- 




bolic of the "strength of character, willingness of 
spirit and leadership" of llvpatia, the woman, a 
Greek philosopher. 

Tap day exercises are held once a year with 
basis for membership connected with four areas 
of life; scholarship, leadership, character, and 
promise of future usefulness. Also, the young 
women selected must he in the junior class. 

Hypatia's ideal is "a woman who has high in- 
telligence, a personality marked for leadership. 
incorruptible character and personal dignity, and 
a willingness to accept the responsibilities which 
the years will bring to those who have the gifts 
and the capacity to maintain the American tradi- 
tion and to realize the American dream." 



OAKS 



OFFICERS 

Nei L A. Sheph ERD President 

B E x WlNDHA M Vice-President 

Thomas W. Lelievre Secretary 

| a m ES X. H ai.i Treasurer 

Dean I'. P Burns [ ...Faculty Advisors 

Dr. John A. r lncher ) 




OAKS' OFFICERS 



The Oaks, which is the newest organization 
on our campus, is the fore-runner of what i:- 
hoped to be a chapter of the National Leader- 
ship Fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa. Men 
who have shown leadership on the campus 
compose the membership of the fraternity and 
at the present there are only fourteen mem- 
bers. Membership in the fraternity is based on 
a point system encircling the five fields of 
religious activities, social activities, scholarship, 



athletics and publications. The point system 
is the same as the one used for entrance into 
I ).1).K. All new members must obtain a cer- 
tain number of points and be approved by the 
present members before entering the select 
group. Under the guidance of its very capable 
president, Xeil Shepherd, there is no doubt 
but what a distinct honor will soon come to 
our school; that of being granted the right to 
create a new chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa. 





KAPPA Nil KAPPA 
OFFICERS 



KAPPA PHI KAPPA 



( >FFICERS 



I ii ORGE P. ( >LVERA 

Harold Patton 
David R. Foster 



President 
I 'ice-President 



Secretary-Treasurer 
I '-> vr S. Causey Faculty Advisor 



Kappa Phi Kappa is a professional education 
fraternity. The Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa 

Phi Kappa was founded at Howard, February 
19, 1929 by Professor William K. Bohannon, 

and since that time has been active in the promo- 
tion of its principles. Its members consist of 
those students and faculty interested in the ad- 
vancement of pedagogical principles. The frater- 
nity emphasizes among its members social inter- 
course, scholarly attainment and professional 
ideals. 

The purpose of Kappa Phi Kappa is to promote 
the cause <>f education by encouraging men of sound moral character and recognized 
ability to engage in the study of its principles and problems. 





PI GAMMA MU 

OFFICERS 

John H. Carr President 

Monroe Moore / 'ice-President 

Freda Roberson Secretary 

Rai Carpenter - Treasurer 

Pi Gamma Mu is the National Honor Society of Social Science. Students having a mini- 
mum of thirty hours in this field and who have a two-point average are eligible upon the rec- 
ommendation and approval of faculty members and members of Pi Gamma Mu for membership. 

The purpose of this organization is to attain a scientific ap- 
proach to the study and solution of human problems through 
the study of economics, history, political science and sociol- 
ogy. Members of the organization are: George Coaker, 
William Holding, James Bouchillon, E. M. Ford, Jr.. Emily 
Evans, John II. Carr, Virginia Lowery, Bruce I'hillips. 
Roberl Johnson, A. Monroe Moore, Peggy Mackey, Rai 
Carpenter, Freda Roberson, James Clark, Elizabeth Clark. 
Julian Barnes, Mrs. Obenchain (faculty advisor). Dr. hale. 
Dr. Irons, Mr. and Mis. Thomas l.elievre. Miss Mar\ 
McGriff, lames Mall, Dr. Hardin and Mr. McKinley. 




I'l G \MM \ Ml OFFICERS 




ALPHA EPSILDN DELTA 



OFFICERS 



Earl A. Rinkenberger 
James I'. Dobbins, Jr. 
Mary S. Burns 

Neill C. Burnett__ 

Barbara Kin kenbergeb 
Edith Van Keuren 
Dr. I. A. Eincher 



['resident 
I 'ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

_ Historian 

Reporter 

Faculty . Idvisor 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS 




Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honorary frater- 
nity For premedical students. The object of the 

fraternity is to encourage excellence in premedical 
scholarship, to stimulate an appreciation of the im- 
portance of premedical education in the study of 
medicine, to promote cooperation and contacts be- 
tween medical and premedical students and educa- 
tors in developing an adequate program of pre- 
medical education, to bridge the gap between the 
premedical and medical schools, and to hind to- 
gether similarly interested students. 

Alabama Beta Chapter, the second chapter of the 
fraternity to be organized, was established on How- 
ard's campus in Y)27 and it has functioned and 
grown continuously. 



V $ wl 



OFFICERS 



George F. Olvera 

President 



William J. Ward 
Vice-President 



Miriam Cockrell 
Secretary 



Robert E. Thompson 
Treasurer 



Calvin Forrester 

Chaplain 

Dr. Harry J. Sarkiss 
Faculty Advisor 




INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUR 



The International Relations Club, 
sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment 
for International Peace, is designed to 
bring before the students the interna 
tional situation and a better understand- 
ing of foreign affairs. The Carnegie 
Endowmenl for International Peace is 
a trust fund of $10,000,000 established 
by Andrew Carnegie in 11)10. The I'll 
dowment committee ,ui\rs to our library 



the best books Oil international ques 
tions. 

The club on Howard's campus was 
reorganized this year under the leader 
ship of Dr. II. J. Sarkiss. It is the most 
representative club on the campus as 
membership is open to any student in- 
terested in international relations and 
world affair^. 




SPANISH 
CLUB 



SP WISH CLUB OFFICERS 



Elizabeth Clark 


OFFICERS 


1' resident 


llMSV MURPHREE 




I 'ice-President 


Elizabeth A. ( i\\ i.\ 




Secretary 


Stanley 1 [owell 




Treasurer 


Axxf. Rkt.t. 




Reporter 


Harry K. Martin ] 
Frank J. Maturo \ 




Faculty . idvisors 



The Spanish Club is one of the newest clubs on 
our campus. It was recently organized to give those 
students interested in the study of Spanish and af- 
fairs of the Latin-American countries an opportunity 
to learn more about those things and to fester inter- 
national relations and Feelings between the Spanish- 
speaking countries and our own country. Several out- 



standing speakers have led the discussions of the 
group which meets once a month, and Mr. Maturo, 
a faculty advisor, was sent to Mexico City, M 

as a representative to UNESCO. Any student who 

expresses an interest in Spanish or events related to 
Spanish may become a member. Great things are ex- 
pected of this group Eor the coming year. 




*<?<>% agi, 





/ 



«**< . 




W* 



FRENCH CLUB 



OFFICERS 

JlMSY MURP1IREE____ President 

Richard I [ogue „. / 'ice-President 

Billye Ann Ryan Secretary 

J i m my Pickens _ Treasurer 

Margaret D. Sizemore Facility Advisor 



The French Club is also one of our 
newesl organizations being organized 
on <uir campus in October, 1947. Mrs. 
Sizemore, in order to eventually bring a 
chapter of Beta I'i Theta, the national 
French honorary society to the campus, 
asked the people interested in anything 
pertaining to France or the French lan- 
guage, to form the club and the res 
ponse was very gratifying. The club 



holds monthly meetings where French 
skits are presented and songs arc sung 
in French. In the future, it is hoped 
that French speakers may be brought to 
these meetings. Anyone that professes 
an interesl in French may become a 
member upon approval of the members. 
We wish tilt* new organization good 
luck. 




THE MISSION BAND 



OFFICERS 

President 

First I 'ice-President 
Second I 'ice-President 

Third Vice-President 

Fourth I 'ice-President 

_ Secretary 

_ Program Chairman 

Mission Chair man 

Pianist 

Dr. Parks Redwine Faculty Advisor 



James Bouchillon 
George Singuefield 
m argaret browning 

June Bullard 

Evelyn Winters 
Margaret Newman 

Charles Terry _ 

Fred Chestnut 
Bessie Mae McElroy. 



MISSION' BAND OFFICERS 




"'Christ in Y( )U the hope of glory" (Col. 
1:27 ) is the motto of the Mission Band of 
Howard College. The group is composed of 
students voluntarily handed together in the in- 
terest of promoting Christianity. Membership 
is open to any student who is interested in 
missions, either as a full-time worker or as a 
supporter in furthering the cause of missions. 
The Mission Band this year has sponsored 
mission services at the Juvenile Court. Coun- 
ty Home. Mercy Home and Sunday Schools 
for both white and colored children. They have 
done an excellent job under capable leadership 
and the entire student body of Howard College 
is proud of them. 



OFFICERS 

Ben I). Windham President 

Horace M. Johnson, Jr. First Vice-Pres. 

Howard Golden Second Vice-President 

Travis Styles Third Vice-President 

William D. Aders Secretary 

| am es Bouchillon Treasurer 

Lester Roach Reporter 

Vernon G. Davison \jf acuUy Advisors 

Kay F. Kobbins ) 




MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



The Ministerial Association of How- 
ard College is composed of the 117 men 
who are preparing themselves as minis- 
ters. The purpose of the association is 
to promote fellowship among the minis- 
ters, to provide information of prac- 
tical value to the ministers, to aid in se- 
curing places of service for its mem- 
bers, and to promote the propagation of 



the gospel of Jesus Christ with special 
emphasis on Howard's campus. Mem- 
bers of the association serve pastorates 
and supply in pulpits all over the state 
plus conducting services at many charit- 
able institutions. The association par- 
ticipates in intra-mural sports, having 
representative teams in softball, foot- 
ball and basketball. 




Y. W. A. 



1 i ne Ballard 


OFFICERS 


/'resident 


Mi SSIE Mai: Mi ElR01 




1 'ice-President 


Margie ( jODW] n 




Enlistment I 'ice-President 


Nell Jean Baldwin 




Secretary-Treasurer 



These girls are not banded together 
for airing narrow minded views on piety 
and social conditions, but meet together 
to try in an organized way to put their 
Christianity in practice. The group is 
made of volunteers who wish to give 



their services to their God and country 
in their chosen fields. Much charity 
work is accomplished by the group and 
they have made steady progress under 
the capable leadership of June Ballard. 





A CAPPELLA CHDIR 



OFFICERS 

Robert J. Norman President 

Sue C. Marion __. 1' ice- President 

Margie A. Perkixson ...Secretary 

Patricia Trent. __ __. Treasurer 

Mrs. R. A. Martinson Director 



The A Cappella Choir, directed by 
Mrs. Martinson, is composed of men 
and women who have exceptional voices, 
most of them enrolled in courses of 
voice and theory. The choir makes num- 
erous appearances all over the entire 



state and are known to be one of the 
best choral groups in the south. The 
organization, which has grown with 
the increase of students at Howard, has 
been ably directed by its ever energetic 
leaders. 




MU ALPHA CHI 



John II. Carr 
Edith Van Keuri n 
Jims* Murphrei 

< rEORGE CO \KKK 



OFFICKKS 



/'resident 
....Vice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



Ml ALPHA CHI 
OFFICERS 



Mu Alpha Chi is the honorary music organization on Howard's 
campus. It was organized in the fall of 1945 by Rex Dickey and 
has proven a successful group. They present various artists in 
concert in the college chapel and the members also usher at the 
concerts sponsored by the Birmingham Music Study Club. Mem- 
bers of the organization are George Coaker, Genie Rae Slocum, 
John II. C'arr, Edith Van Keuren. Jimsy Murphree. Maude Ellen 
Jordan, Rex Dickey. Anne Kerrey, Jean Penuel. Emmett Tar- 
rant, Dempsey Pennington, Georganne Jacobs, William Rentley. 
Mary Vesta Bernard, Mildred Hughes. Sue Marion. Martha Ann 
Ingram, Robert Herring. William J. Ward, James E. Peacock. 
Palmer Turner, and Eleanor Maw 





OFFICERS OF MASQUERS AND THEIR SPONSORS 



OFFICERS 

Margie Apperson ..^resident 

Emily Evans ...Vice-President 

Margie Godwin ^..Secretary 

W. T. Edwards ..Treasurer 

Antoinette Sparks )_. Sponsors 
John Newfield \ 



MASQUERS 



In 1933, a group of twenty students met and 
organized an extra-curricular organization and 
entitled it, "The Masquers." Some of these 
twenty students have gone ahead to reach 
stardom in the field of drama, such as Mary 
Anderson, Amasa Windham and others too 
numerous to mention. The organization has 
grown through the years with the result that 
they have, in their short history, produced 



thirty-eight full length plays, such as "My 
Sister Eileen," and seventeen original one-act 
plays in addition to several bills of one act. 
The purpose of the Masquers is to present 
plays for a college audience and to keep alive 
an interest in drama on Howard's campus. 
A variety of good plays was presented this 
year and the purpose of the Masquers was 
furthered by the efforts of their members. 





OFFICERS 
George I'. Turner President 

C. JlMMY BRIGANCE rice-President 

I ).\\ii) Tiiom pson Secretary-Treasurer 
Mrs. Clifford Wilder Sponsoi 



KAPPA PI 



Alpha Alpha chapter of Kappa Pi. 
national honorary art fraternity, estab- 
lished on our campus in 1940. is dedi- 
cated to the advancement of artistic tal- 
ent. To be eligible for membership, one 
must be a student in the Art Depart- 



ment and have manifested more than an 
ordinary interest and ability as an artist. 
The organization presented an interest- 
ing exhibit this year in the Gymnasium 
which won the approval of the entire 
student body. 



'.-.I 




HDME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The Home Economics Club, better known 
on the campus as the "Betty Lamp Lighters", 
has as its purpose the enlistment of persons 
interested in home economics. Activities in- 
clude instructive programs and social service 
work which are designed to help the members 
get better acquainted with their fellow stu- 



dents and with the field they have chosen as 
a profession. Membership requirements are 

set by the club members who themselves are 
rated on the basis of the amount of time they 
give to the work of the club and also have to 
meet certain requirements to remain as mem- 
bers. 



OFFICERS, HOMK ECONOMICS C'l.l B 




< OFFICERS 

Frances A. Butler President 

B B. rlURSi First Vice-President 

Fannye Grammas Second Vice-Pres. 
Km in I 'i km nson Secretary 

I'.i r \ hi I )o.\ \i nso\ Treasurer 

Mrs. II. I). Colvin Faculty Advisor 






WHD'S WHD AMONG STUDENTS IN 

UNIVERSITIES AND 



This group is representative of the outstand- 
ing students in the universities and colleges 
throughout the land, and presents the besl 
that the colleges have to offer in the way of 
good material for the advancement of society. 
It- purpose is to act as an incentive for the 
Students to set their goals high and then work 
hard to reach them. 

Howard College in 1948 had more students 
elected to this signal honor than during any 
previous year in its history. Unique is the 



selection of a man and wife, the two For- 
resters. 

The selection for Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges is an annual event. 
This year, each head of a department was 
asked to approve or disapprove a list of candi- 
dates drawn up by the Dean of the College 
of those students having completed their jun- 
ior year and possessing certain other requisites. 
This procedure seems to he a democratic way 
of makimr selections for this coveted honor. 




£ 



MEMBERS 

Boyce S. Albright 
Marjorie Sue P>.\rclift 
John TT. Carr 



Job \ E. Dodd 

A. Calvin Forrester 

Christine 1 ). Forresi i b 



March-. ( k)DWIN 
James X. 1 1 all 
Richard K. [acobson 



ft 



AMERICAN 
CDLLEGES.. 



MEMBERS 

Charles L. Martin, Jr. 
James E. Merk 
Jimsy Ann Murphree 



G. Davis O'Kelley 
George B. Ritch, Jr. 
Nell Rae Sample 



Cornelius A. Shepherd, Jr. 
Genie Rae Slocum 
George P. Turner, |r. 



ik 



Every walk of campus life is represented 
on these pages, from the religious life to the 
social life. To he a member of this select 
group, one must indeed he versatile. 

Who's Who is published annually and is a 
compilation of biographies of the outstanding 




Students in America. To he selected, a stu- 
dent must have a combination of qualities 
which include character, leadership, scholar- 
ship and potentialities of future Usefulness to 
business and society. It is certainly a crown- 
ing honor for a college career and a valuable 
recommendation in later lite. 




HIGHLIGHTS OF ANOTHER YEAR 




DF THE YEAH... 

MEAN GREEKS WILL ALWAYS BE 





PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of 
two representatives from each of the sororities 
on the campus with the primary purpose being 

to coordinate each phase of sorority life Oil 
the campus. They also do their best to main- 
tain and preserve the tranquility of thai sec- 
tion of the campus that lies between Pine 
I ,odge and the Library. 



This year the Council functioned quietly and 
smoothly and there was absolutely no criticism 
of the sororities b) anyone. An orchid is due 
each of the members for their splendid work 
and the manner of cooperation with which 
they approached all problems. Dean Evelyn 
Sellers fitted right into the meetings of the 
Council and was found to he a great help in 
all matters, regardless of how small they were 



MEMBERS 



BETA SIGMA < (MICRON 

Nell Rae Sample, /'resident 

Ika.n Jacks 

DELTA ZETA 

I Iki.i \ 1 [arrell, Secretary 

Dorothy Dodd 



ALPHA DELT \ I'l 

.Martha Nell Stuart, Vice-President 

Edith Van ECeuren 

I'l 11 .\ir 

Ji.\is\ MurphreEj Treasurer 

J fax Penuel 





INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Inter-Fraternity Council functioned more ef- 
ficiently this year than it ever has before in its his- 
tory. The Council, which was founded for the pur- 
pose of determining the policies of the Greek-letter 
societies on the campus, not only did 1 their job well 
insofar as that one particular thing was concerned. 
They went out of their way in doing more and better 
things. 

The Council sponsored a drive for funds for the 
Troy Orphanage Fund during the months of Novcm- 
ber and December, 1947, which netted a tidy sum 
in!' that institution. All of these funds came from 
donations of the students and faculty members. The 



boys also sponsored a Musical Night presenting an 
All- Howard cast that was the talk of the campus for 
many days. 

In addition, the Council gave one of the best 
dances of the year at the Pickwick Club during the 
month of November, 1947. The event was one of 
the most colorful of the year and one which none of 
us will forget for a long time to come. 

The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of two 
representatives from each fraternity on the campus. 
Tin group this year gave us an excellent portrayal of 

just how well different organizations can work to 
gether providing that old "spirit" is present. 



MEMBERS 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Neil Shepherd, President 
Ralph Glidewell 
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

J wii.s Mkkk, Secretary 

< r. I ).\vis ( )' K j i .1.1 \ 

SIC, MA MU 

James I.. West, Vice-President 

Cm aki.i-.s Mel )ONALD 
PI KAPPA Nil 

Edward Speer, Treasurer 

'lii i:ii Massky 





A.D.PI'S FETE '•BEBE" ANDERSON 



SORORITY RUSH 



B.S.( ). RUSH PARTY 





D.Z.'S RUSHING 



PARTIES.... 



PHI MU RUSH PARTY 




ALPHA DELTA PI 




OFFICERS 



Edits Van Kei ri n 
Georganne Jacob 
I'm.o Mackei 



President 
I 'ice-President 



Virginia Lowry 
Joyce V. Griffin 



Recording Secretary 

Executive Secretary 

Treasurer 



Founded Nationally 
Established Locally 
Publication 

Colors 

Flower 



Wesleyan College, 1851 

1919 

"The Adelphean" 

Ulue and White 

_ Violet 



The Alpha Delta Pi Sorority is the oldest 
on the campus, and for consistency in scholar- 
ship, leadership, and personality, is among the 
first. In spite of outstanding loyalty to each 
other, the girls of Kappa Chapter have di- 
verse interest and engage in many activities. 
The Sorority has members in the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Student Senate. Tile and Mortar. 
Spatula and the Wesleyan foundation. Also. 
Genie Rae Slocum, the Secretary of the Stu- 
dent Body, and Marjorie Sue Barclift, editor 
of the Bull-Pup, are active members of the 
Sorority. These young ladies belong to all of 
these various and sun-dried organizations and 
yet find time to maintain excellent grades in 
their school work. 



The A. D. Pi's have many outstanding alum- 
nae scattered over the entire United States 
and Miss Mary Anderson, who chose the beau- 
ties this year and is one of the leading actress- 
es of Hollywood and Xew York, is a former 
A.I). Pi. She and Helmut Dantine visited the 
Sorority House during their stay in Birming- 
ham and we still have not figured out which 
one of them caused the most furor. 

The social activities flew thick and fast for 
the A. D. Pi's this year with an elaborate party 
being given the actives by the pledges at the 
Mountain Brook Country Club. The "dance 
of the year" was held on November 6. 1 * '47 
at the Pickwick and was capped by a beau- 
tiful lead-out. 



Marjorie Sue Barclift 
I.i n da Battle 
Anne Bell 
Anne Berry 
Carolyn Boyd 

Ol.I.IF. GlLBREATH 

Joyce Griffin 

PEGGI 1I.\(,()0D 

Georganne Ja< 08 
Edith Van Keusen 

Genie Rae S locum 
Jane Smith 



MEMBERS 

Mary Jo Brow n 
Ruby Bryant 
Patricia Burgdorff 

Anne B UTTER WORTH 

BlU.IE Jo lilTTERWORTH 

Miriam Herd 
Beverly Knight 
Jackie Lovelady 
Virginia Lowry 

Jane La wren ce 



i Nu e Carlisle 

Raj Carpenter 
Dot Davis 
Hetty Jean Evans 
Betsy Puller 

Jane I.ANKFORD 

Nancy Jo Luther 
Peggy Mac key 

Martha Martin- 
Barbara RlNKENBURGEB 

Martha Xei.i. STUART 
Dolly Williams 




Fop Row 


2nd 


Row 


3> 


d Row 


Barci.ii i 


Brown 


E 


PANS 


Battle 


B 


' i i 1 KWORTH, A. 




1' 1 MM' 


Bat 




Bl i N RWORTH, 1 


i. 


GlLBB 


Berry 




Carlisle 




Gri 


Bov ii 




Carpenter 




1 



■Ith Row 
1 [ERD 

Jacob 

ECnigb i 



5th R 

l.n\ M.AIIV 

l.ow ERY 

Luther 



Bottom Row 

RlNKENBl RG1 R 

Sloci m 

Smith 



I [AGOOD 



I. \\ ECFORD 

I, A\\ REN( i- 



M \i M \ 

Marti n 



Sti m;i 
Van Km ki \ 

\\ hi [AMS 



BETA SIGMA DMICRDN 

Eel a Beta Ckapter 




( >FFICERS 



Nell R \i S vmple President 

Jean Jacks First Vice-President 

Nelda Ruffin Second Vice-President 

Kin ik Byars Executive Secretary 

Gave Byars . Corresponding Secretary 

Maude Ellen Jordan Treasurer 



Founded Nationally University of Missouri, 1888 

Established Locally 1933 

Publication "The Urn" 

Colors Pink ami Ruby 

Flowers Richmond and Killarney Roses 



Beta Sigma Omicron, since making its en- 
trance to Howard's campus, has always stood 
for the highest quality in its members. There 
are Beta Sigs in Hypatia. Mu Alpha Chi, A 
Cappella Choir, Glee Club, Masquers, W.A.A., 
Dormitory Council, Baptist Student Union, 
Kappa Pi and the Home Economics Club. 
But the girls do not devote all of their time to 
studies and campus activities as is evidenced 
by the Fact that Martha Ann Ingram was run- 
ner-up in the 1 ( >47 Miss Alabama Contest and 
ua> selected as Dream Girl of I'i Kappa \1- 
pha. She, along with Nelda Ruffin, partici- 
pated in the 1948 BEAUTY PARADE and 



Martha Ann came in in the first six beauties 
of the year. 

Nell Rae Sample, the president of this or- 
ganization, is also president of the Pan-Hellenic 
Council and Society Editor of the Crimson. 
She was among the eighteen students elected 
to Who's Who in American Universities and 
Colleges for 1948 and has done a wonderful 
job in leading the Beta Sigs in a full year of 
activities. 

Dances come and go, winter changes to 
spring, tunes become popular then die oul 
completely — but Beta Sigma Omicron remains 
the same, traveling an upward path in the ful- 
filment of an unselfish purpose. 



MEMBERS 



Tinker Brow n 
Betty Byars 
Gaye Byars 



bernk e i )onaldson 
Jean Gentry 
r. ii.i.ik Hurst 



Ji w Jacks Bettie Payne 

Mai m. Ellen Jordan Nelda Ruffin 
Rosa Lyon Xei.i. Rae Sample 



Ollie I.. Cornelius 



Martha Ann I ngram 



Sally Sue McCurrv 



Gloria Tucker 




Top Row — Tinker Brown, Bettj Byars, Gaye Byars, Ollie 1.. Cornelius. 

Second Row — Bernice Donaldson, Jean Gentry, Billie Hurst, Martha Ann Ingram. 

Third Row .Iran Jacks, Maude Ellen Jordan, Rosa Lyon. 

Bottom Row Bettie Payne, Nelda Ruff in, Nell Rae Sample. 



DELTA ZETA 

^Jlnlia [- i LJuipli'r 




OFFICERS 

1 1 i.i en I [arrell President 

Anita J. Moslem First Vice-President 

Doi Dodd Second Vice-President 

Marguerite Frost Recording Secretary 

Ruth Rivers Corresponding Secretary 

MaRCXA O'NEAL Historian 

Hkttv Robinson Treasurer 



Pounded Nationally 
Established Locally 
Publication 

Colors 

Flower 



Miami University, 1902 

1924 

"The Lamp" 

Old Rose & Vieux Green 

Killarney Rose 



Delta Zeta might be appropriately called 
"little hut loud" as this sorority has members 
listed in practically every phase of campus ac- 
tivity, regardless of the fact that they have very 
few members. Helen llarrell. its president, is 
a former editor of the Crimson and was listed 
in Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities for 1948. The D.Z.'s also have sev- 
eral members in Ilypatia. had three members 
in the Beauty Parade, and though they lead a 
very active social life, they do not allow their 
social activities to effect their scholastic stand- 
ing on the campus. 



One of the outstanding events of the fall 
term was the Delta Zeta dance given at High- 
land Park Country Club where the Christinas 
Tree setting, with sled and all. was employed 
in the lead-out. In addition to this wonderful 
dance, many other social activities were partici- 
pated in by the sorority. 

The Delta Zeta's have a soundness of pur- 
pose and a thoroughness of organization which 
is hard for any other organization on our cam 
pus to excell. They are doing a very credit- 
able job of upholding the traditions and high 
standards passed on to them. 



X'ki.i. Gardner 
Virginia Goodw in 
Ellen Hall 
Marilyn Hammond 
Helen Harrell 



MEMBERS 

Carienne Harris 
Anita Mobley 
Betty Moork 
Marcia O'Neal 
Ora Ella Reese 
Ruth Kn 
Hettv Robinson 
Mary Ellen Smarrox 



MadIE Jam. CROTW ELL 

Dot Dodd 
Jank Douglass 
Ei.na Frame 
Margcerite Frost 




■Ml 

Top Row — Dorothy Dodd, Jane Douglass, Etna Frame, Marguerite Frost. 
Second Row Nell Gardner, Virginia Goodwin, Ellen Hall, Marilyn Hammond. 
Third Row— Helen Harrell, Carienne Hani--, Anita Mobley, Bettj Moore. 
Bottom Row Mania O'Neal, Ruth Rivers, Bettj Robinson, Mary Ellen Shannon, 



PHI MU 

^Jinlui L/amma L luinle 



Tt^ O 




OFFICERS 



J] M-N M I RPHR] I. 

I 'egcv Tom m ce 
Jean Pi nuel 



KlTTY J dm \ 5 

Helen Davidson 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Pledge Direi tor 



Founded Nationally Wesleyan College, 1852 

Established Locally 1924 

Publication "The Aglaia" 

Colors Rose and White 

Flower Enchantress Carnation 



If one characteristic of Phi .Mu at I Inward 
outshines another, it is versatility. Here is a 
group of young ladies who excell scholastically, 
place representative teams in all sports on the 
campus, do a large amount of charity work- 
outside of the campus, and have an abundance 
of pulchritude in their midst. If you belong 
to an organization, chances arc a Phi Mu holds 
an office in it or takes a very active part. If 
you have an eye for beauty (and who 
doesn't?), the five Phi .Mil's in the beauty 
parade, and especially that eye-appealing Miss 
Billye Walker, should more than satisfy one. 
The sorority has two members, Helen David- 
son and Jimsy Murphree. in Hypatia which 



shows that one may ]m,w-.s both beauty and 
brains. Jimsy was also selected for Who's 
Who in American Universities and Colleges. 

The girls of Phi Mu are to he praised for 
their splendid work at the Jefferson Hospital. 
They maintain a toy cart in the children's divi- 
sion of this large institution and this cart al- 
ways has games and toys for the little ones. 

The sorority also maintains a full social 
calendar giving parties for the fraternities, teas, 
and their annual spring formal. It would he 
difficult to find any group on the campus where 
the Phi Mu Sorority was not represented by 
one or two members. 



Margarei Adams 
Marjorie Apperson 
Joyce Bakes 
Virginia Cassey 

Dot Clarke 



MEMBERS 



Ai.i.ik Claire Cokie 
Helen Davidson 

Ocik Kl All 

Jank Frame 
Elizabeth ('.win 



Marion Gambli 

\|oj.i.\ I Idi I AMI 

( \ i in id m Harper 
Kitty Johns 
Florence Kiuhv 



Jimsy Mtrphree 
Kith Newman 
Marie Ne Smith 
Jean Peniei. 
Pegg\ Tom m ie 



Makv Vesi \ Barnard 
Allen Jaycleyn 

I )ot ROBERSON 

Billye Walker 

Jean Whitehead 




Top Row— Margaret Adams, Marjorie Apperson, Joyce Barker, Mary Vesta Barnard, Virginia Casey. 
Second Row— Dorothy Clarke, Helen Davidson, Marion Gamble, Elizabeth A. Gwin, Catherine Harper, 
Third Row Kitty Johns, Florence Kirby, Jimsy Murphree, Marie NeSmith, Ruth Newman. 
Bottom Rou — Jean Penuel, Peggj Tommie, Billye Walker. Jean Whitehead. 




LAMBDA CHI BANQUET 



FRATERNITY RUSH 



IM KAPPA ALPHA PINS ONE 




M I 









SIGMA NU RUSH PARTY 



PARTIES 



PI KAPPA PHI RUSHING THEIR OWN' WAN' 



& 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

. Jneta - Mlpna Z—ela [chapter 




OFFICERS 



James M erk 
Robert Mesh ad 
Robert Sanders 
Ed Lovell 



Founded Nationally 
Established Locally 
Publication 

i j 
Flower 



I 'resident 
I 'ice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



Boston University, 1902 
1939 



'The Cross and Crescent" 

Purple, Green and Gold 

White Rose 



Lambda Chi Alpha has grown this past year 
both in quantity and quality. The fraternity 
which but four or five years ago had only 
sixteen members has grown to a full fledge 
"yearling' - with .some forty-seven members. 
And as for quality, the fraternity is well rep- 
resented in practically all phases of campus 
activity. Davis O'Kelley is the candidate for 
honors this year and Janus Merk, its very 
personable and capable president, is vice-presi- 
dent of the student body plus being a regular 
on the basketball team. 

The Lambda Chi's were represented this 
year by good teams in all of the intramural 
sports. Their Softball team was one of the 



hardest to heat and their football team came 
very close to stopping Mu Alpha Nu when the 
two teams met. We are expecting great things 
of their basketball team this fall. 

As usual, the Lambda Chi's took time out 
from their work of keeping every member busy 
in some phase of campus life to entertain at 
many socials. There were several swell ban- 
quets and their annual dance is one which we 
are all looking forward to in the spring. 

With such spirit as has been demonstrated 
by its members, Lambda Chi Alpha is surely 
destined to excell its past records and reach a 
new high. 



MKMP.KRS 



Boyd Barnard 

But Hi. M K 
I (ick Courtney 

Mll.I. CUMMINCS 

Jack I iorougb 



Joe I )ow in e Robert I [erring 

Jim mi' I )i i Bo How km. 

Charles Flurry Hubert Howren 

James Galbreath Charles Hurst 

Hoffman Harless Arthur Jordan 



Ferrell L/Awhi 
Edward L/Ovell 
Emory Lowery 
Harry Manning 
Carlton Martin 



Robert Marshall 
Clareni k Mayo 



Fran k Mi A&dle 
Harry M 



Ai. McO'f.n 
James Merk 



Dan Merck 
Robert Meshad 
Monroe Moore 

Stf.vk M(X)re 
Harry New 



l.nl Is ( )'CONN0R 

Davis O'Kelley 
Richard Peakk 
Cecil Reiii 

I ) win RuSSEl i 



Robert Sanders 

Joe Si milleci 
W. C. Sorrel 

Harry Stewart 
Rav Thomas, ,\ 



James Tarrant 
John Turner 

Harry WENGER 
Kenneth Wier 
Bill Wn 
F. Varbrough 



P OT!Wy 










/ 1»/' Row Boyd Barnard, Hill Cummings, Jack Dorough, Charles Flurry, James Galbreath, Robert Herring. 
Second Row Hubert Howren, Charles Hurst, Arthur Jordan, Edward Lovell, Emorj Lowery, Harrj Manning. 
Third Row — Carlton Martin, Robert Marshall, Qarence May.., Frank McArdle, James Merle, Pan Merck. 
Fourth Row Robert Meshad, Monroe Moore, Harry New, ('.. Davis O'Kelley, Richard Peake, Cecil K< i.l 
Bottom Row David Russell, Robert Sanders, Joe Schilleci, Harrj Stewart, Kay Thomason, Kenneth Wier, 
Floyd Yarbrough. 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




OFFICERS 



Ralph M. GlideWell 


SM.C. 


Thomas 1.. Tu< ker 


I.M.C. 


Cki r. F. \\ w n rvr.P.B 


Sx\ 


Howard E. Wamii k 


Th.C. 


Clai hi: II. M \ rHIS 


Historian 



Founded Nationally University of Virginia, 1869 

Established Locally 1911 

Publication "The Shield and Diamond" 

Colors Garnet and Old Gold 

flower Lily-of-the- Valley 



Pi Kappa Alpha is proud of the fact that it can 
boast not only of quantity but quality. It has class 
officers in each of the upper classes, members in the 
Student Senate. Editor of the Howard Crimson, 
President of the [nter-Fraternity Council, members 
in the A Cappella Choir, B.S.U., Trident, and other 
honorary fraternities on the campus. 

This year an old pre-war tradition was revived 
of a four chapter rush party, consisting of a stag 
banquet and then a dance for members and rushees 
of Howard. Birmingham-Southern, Auburn and the 
University of Alabama. Alpha Pi Chapter began the 



year with 55 active members and after a very suc- 
cessful rush season, had 18 pledges. 

Socially, the four chapter "Founder's Day Banquet 
and Dance" was the highlight of the year with the 
Mother's Daj Banquet, annual house- party and 
formal dance also adding to the highlights. These 
main events were supplemented with many other par- 
ties, picnics and hay-rides. 

The Pikes won two out of three of the fraternity 
trophies in the field of intramurals last year and are 
out with a great determination to make it three out 
of three this war. 



MEMBERS 



Bo^ i e S. Albright 
Ben C. Allen 
Joe Atkins 
Forresi A. Baker 
Bill T. Bolding 

James R. Ham mett 
Joe I.. Haw mono 
John Hardimon 
Don Herndon 
John u. Holland 

Vernon Mize 

John II. Newman 
Earl D. Norwood 
Jai k I'.. Payton 
Bru< e D. Phillips 



Robert J. BRIDGES Anthony I,. ClCTO 

Earl T. Brown Jerry A. Cole 

Neill C. Hi rnett James A. Cobern 

Jom\ ll. Buchanan Eugene Daughtry 



J. D. Chandler 

Crawford A. Howell 

Charles S. Howell 

James \V. How km. 

Ray X. Howell 

Arthur E. Hodges 

Arthur Plaia 
William D. Rai bon 
M. H. Richardson 

Cecil M. Roper 

1 .1 ORGE I ). SlIARI- 

How \rii I'.. Wamick 
Ce< ii. E. Wanninger 
William J. Ward 
James R. Watson 
Bill Watrtns 



James A. Farmer 

(). B. Hunter 
Millard Johnson 
Lewis H. Jones 
Harold Langston 
Elon C. Lew is 

Neil A. Shepherd 
Lanier Smith 
T. B. Snellings 
James St i vender 
W. M. Stovall 

Howard E. Wertz 
James H. Williams 
Thomas WOODFORD 
Oliver Woodward 
Bill A. Wrigh i 



Thomas Gibson 
Ralph M. Glideweu. 
Joe L. Grapfo 
J wii s m. Grim wood 
R. E. Gilmer 

Claude II. Mathis 

I WIl.s R, M ARHIT 

JUDSON R. Martin 
Georgi E. M \rtin 
Van I.. McNeel 

Charles T. Tinney 
(of. 11. Tucker 
Tom I.. Ticker 
Jack H. Vardaman 
Jack I'.. Waldon 





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COLE 


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TINNEY 


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TUCKER, T. 1.. 


WOODFORD 


BROWN 


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HOWELL, C. S 


McN BEL 


SHARP 


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WOODWARD 


BURNETT 


GILMER 


HOWELL, C. A. 


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PI KAPPA PHI 

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OFFICERS 



Edw \kd ,Vi'Ki:n 
J. ]■'.. Mn. i. u \\ 
James Marsh 
Curtis Croft 

lii.niN BODINE 

Arthi k \\ \ni 



Founded Nationally 

Established Locally 

Publication 

Colors 

Flower 



. Jr. han 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Chaplain 

Warden 



College of Charleston, 1904 
1925 



"Tin- Star and Lamp" 

('.•■Id and White 

Red Rose 



The Star and the Lamp of Pi Kappa Phi 
have not failed to shine this year at I Inward. 
Though the fraternity has the smallest mem- 
bership of any on the campus, the members 
have been outstanding contributors to campus 
life. 

The building so commonly known to all ol 
us as "Duration" was at one time the home 
of the Pi Kappa Phi's but during the war years. 
the house was lost due to financial reasons and 
the fact that the chapter was hit very heavy, 
giving up most of it ^ members to the armed 
forces. 

The road hack to the pre-war heights lias 



not been an easy one hut with the I'i Kappa 
Phi spirit and determination, the chapter is 
Staging a tremendous come-back and all of us 
arc >urc it will not he too long before the Pi 
Kappa Phi's are once again resting in their 
original home, although there might he some 
discussion of this matter by the other frater- 
nities on the campus. 

Ed Speer has proven himself to he a ''ball 
of energy" and has kepi the fraternity alive 
with his never dying spirit. The hoys have 
enjoyed an easy social life and have made a 
good record scholastically and we are looking 
for greal things from them in the coming 
years. 



MEMBERS 



Felton I '.on ink 
I'.HIi C'oki.f.y 

Curtis Croft 
Jack Darwin- 
Carl Ei.us 



P.rm Evans 
Austin Graves 

Rert Gray 
Jack I (earn 
I'.. C Herring 



I [enderson Johnson 

I'.ii.i. Kei.i.ett 
Norman Ledbetter 
James Marsh 
Theo Massey 



Jim Mii.i.k w 
John Moore 
James Poi.i.ard 
Oscar Shaw 
Ed Speer 



ShuFORD Swift 
Robert Thompson 
Arthur Wade 




Top Row — ETelton Bodine, Curtis Croft, Bob Evans, Austin Graves 
Second Row — Bert Gray, Jack Hearn, E. C. Herring, Henderson Johnson 
Third Row — liill Kellett, Norman Ledbetter, James Marsh, Theo Massey 
Bottom Row John Moore, James Pollard, Ed Speer, Arthur Wade 



SIGMA NU 

^jrota L^/tan/cr 




Sigma \'u, the oldest fraternity on the campus, 
possesses a heritage so closely woven with Howard 
tradition that the histories of the two on the East 
Lake campus are inseparable. And the members of 
the Iota Chapter increased the honored heritage of 
the fraternity this year by being more active than 
ever before. They had members and pledges in all 
phases of campus life: basketball team, II Club. 
Entre Nous, Honors Day, Class Officers, Student 
Senate and practically anything else one can think 
of to name. 

The hoys of the fraternity held their own in the 
field of intra-mural sports this year. Their football 
team was one of the hardest to beat and their basket- 



OFFICERS 



James I.. West, Jr. 
Ansel Sharp 
Palmer Turner 
Elbert Craig 



i 'ontntander 

I.I. Commander 

Recorder 

Marshall 



Founded Nationally Virginia Military Institute, 1Ho9 

Established Locally 1879 

Publication 'The Delta" 

Colors Gold. Black and White 

Flower White Rose 



hall team promises to give all comers an interesting 
time. 

Socially speaking, there was never a dull moment 
for the "Snakes*' what with parties at Edith Van 
Keuren's and weiner roasts at "Abie" and Lib 
Gwin's, to say nothing of the many pledge ban- 
quets and dances and the other many formal affairs. 

The fraternity is pledged to helping develop sound 
character, enabling a social development whereby a 
man understands and appreciates his fellow men and 
aiding the work of the classroom by stimulating in- 
tellectual interests. Without a douht, the members 
have succeeded this year in carrying out their pledge 
and the White Star of Sigma Nu has risen higher 
in her orbit 



MKMI'.KKS 



Cl w die B. Baker 
B. T. i Pap) Ball 
William M. Battle 
Bill Bentley 
M. 1 1. Borland 

John W. Kf.i.li y 
Kf.kmit R. KERLEY 
J. Fred I.andt 

Robert I.. I.ott. Ill 

J. E. I.OVF.TTK, Jr. 



Bury G. Brown William 1!. Farrar William 1'. Dare 

1.. V. Chafin, Jr. E. M. Ford, Jr. Jim W. Hayes 

Charles Cleveland Ray 1-'. Gaines, Jr. John Hight 

Clarence D. Cox, Jr. Gene Gwin James T. Hobdy 

Elbert B. Craig Eugene Hamricr Rhodes Holliman 



Mki.vix I". I.ovettk James Orr 

Malcolm McAllister Tommy Parks 

Charles E. McDonald Hill Peeples 
Donald Mills D. P. Pennington 

Kenneth Nelson James G. Pippin 



James B. Pratt 
Frank Rains 
Marvin K. Ray 

I,. T. Robertson 

D. S. Satterwiiite 



Ansel Sharp 

Joe I). S k elton 

Ari.and Strickland 
K. K. Trawli k 
G. P. Tlrner, Jr. 



t'l'RT Wasson 
Charles L. Watson 
James I.. West, Jr. 

J. B. WoRTHIXGTON 

Don Wyatt 



Robert Zopfi 






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BATTLE 
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RAINS 
RAY 

ROBERTSON 
SATTERWH I I i: 
SHARP 
SKEL1 I '\ 
STRICKL nn 
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Pakadixg I xdiyidcally 
Moltox Hotel axd 
Alabama Theatbe. 




Miss Mary "Bebe" Anderson, ok 
Howard and Hollywood Fame, 
Arrives to Judge Beauties, 



Beauties Ride Float to Miss 
Anderson's World Premiere. 




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HIGHLIGHTS DF ANOTHER YEAH 




DF THE YEAR... 



BROUGHT THE USUAL GROANS OF 





COACHES 



Dr. Clarence K. McCarver, 

director of 
Physical Education Department, 
Howard Colli 



Miss Hi len N '. Lew is, 

directoi 
Women's Physical Education, 
Howard College 



Coach Herman W. Roberson, 

instructor in 
Physcial Education 

ami 
coach <>/ Basketball 

and Trach. 



ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 



Regardless of the fact that Howard was not 
allowed to field a football team this year, when 
there was more good football material on the 
campus than ever before in its history. How- 
ard's athletics did not do a "swan" song but 
rather gathered momentum under the capable 
leadership and guidance of the directors of 
physical education. Coach McCarver did every- 
thing in his power to bring unsubsidized foot- 
hall to Howard but met with obstacles at every 
turn, principally from that faction named 
"Trustees." We know that our football team 
would have been a success under his direction 



as he was captain of his high school and also 
his college team and coached four years of 
football at Howard Payne College in Texas, 
bringing in the championship each year. In 
addition to excelling in football. Coach Mc 
Carver was also outstanding in basketball and 
track during his school days and later coach- 
ing days. This is easily seen by the fact that 
1 toward had a very successful track team last 
year. Incidentally, this was the first track team 
I toward had had in years. 

Coach McCarver was very ably assisted in 



a J CHEERLEADERS 



his duties of keeping sports alive at Howard 
by Miss Helen Y. Lewis, who joined the staff 
this year, and Coach Herman W. Roberson, 
also a newcomer. The addition of these two 
excellent instructors brought Howard's physi- 
cal education department up to the state re- 
quirement for colleges desiring majors in 
physical education. Now, the instructors in this 
department all have masters' degrees. Miss 
Lewis put new life into the sagging girls' 
athletics by stimulating new interest in this 
field. She has many interesting events lined 
up for the coming year and women's athletics 
at Howard have definitely taken a turn for the 
better. 

Coach Roberson came to Howard to take 
over the duties of assistant in physical educa- 



tion and leadership of the basketball team from 
B. B. Comer Memorial School at Sylacauga, 
Ala., where he was haskethall coach. He was 
a haskethall star at the University of Alabama, 
where he received his master's degree. He is 
a ex-Gob having served overesas at Saipan and 
shipboard duty on the Shangri-La. While in 
the service, Coach Roberson played basketball 
at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Jack- 
sonville, Florida, and at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Due to the fact that we, the staff of this year's 
Entre Nous, are meeting our publication date 
(something that has not been done in years), 
we were unable to cover the complete year's 
activities of our basketball team. We know 
that they will do a good job through follow- 
in;'' the advice of their coach. Coach Roberson. 



CH E E R 1 EA D E R S— 1 W-48 
Left In Right — Joyce Baker, Mary Vesta Barnard, Marilyn Hammond. 



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H" CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Earl ('.art man 
Marion Payne 
James Mirk 
Miles I )ean 



President 

I 'icr-l'rrsidnit 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Recorder 



OFFICERS OF Till-. "I!" 
CLUB 



The "II" Club is composed of all the athletes on 
the campus who earn a letter in a major sport and 
merit the approval of the general body. Its purpose 
is to encourage good sportsmanship on the part of the 

athletes and to give direction to their social activities. 
Since football has been discontinued, most of the 
members compose the basketball and track teams but 
there are still one or two old football players of yes- 
teryear around who had their education interrupted by World War IT, such as this 
year's president and vice-president. Donald S. Beaird was selected by the mem- 
bers (if the club as the outstanding intra-mural athlete of the year and was elected 
to the club as an honorary but active member. 




WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

• 

Sarah Rainer. President 

Elizabeth Gwin Vice-President 

Martha Ann Ingram Secretary 

Dorothy Clark Treasurer 

Inice Carlisle Reporter 

Aileen Still Counsellor 



Since 1930, the date of its organization, the 
Women's Athletic Association has maintained a 
place of recognition on our campus. The organ- 
ization has a two-fold purpose. Its most impor- 
tant purpose is to promote better sportsmanship 
and its secondary motive is to create an in- 
terest in activity for its own sake. Any female 
student may become a member providing she re- 
ceives outside of class period a minimum of one hundred points in one sport. A 
minimum of one hundred points must be received every quarter in order to retain 
one's membership. The organization has succeeded in their goal of making every 
girl sport's minded. 




WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 





THE 1947-1948 HOWARD "BULLDOGS" 
Front Roiv — Mickey Merk, Joe Daugherty. 

Second Row — Buford Maddox, Frank Wadsworth, Gerald Dorsky, "Pap" Rail. 
Third Row — Emorj Lowery, Earl Gartman, Coach Roberson, Howard Sisson, Miles D 



BASKETBALL 



We contend that the state of Indiana lias 
not produced all the good basketball players. 
We would like to poinl <>ut that I Inward Col- 
lege has been the source for many outstand- 
ing cage -tars for teams all over the city and 
slate. It seems that back in 1942, the college 
was fortunate enough to have the services of 
a number of these outstanding players on a 
team which wore uniforms of Crimson and 
Blue. This team made a record the post-war 
team> have been unable to come anywhere near 
approaching. The reasons for this situation 
apparently were due to the lack of financial 
assistance rendered these boys by the college 
and the presence of appealing offers made by 
the various professional teams. A dream team 
of any coach could have performed for How- 



ard composed of "Bub" Hall. Wheeler Flem- 
ing. Abe Epsman, Clarence Slaughter, Deric 
Edgar, Horace Peterson and Frank Fleming. 

We certainly do not intend to imply that 
our collegiate players are sub-par. They just 
happen to be those fellows who have placed 
more emphasis and shown more interest in 
their chosen school than others. For them. 
we are indeed grateful. We believe we are 
accurate in predicting that some of these boys 
will go on to pro ball after having done excep- 
tionally well as college players. 

( >ur team this year, under new "manage- 
ment," has started off with a bang. We are 
sure that the season will end a success and 
that the players will make a creditable show- 
ing for themselves and for Howard. 



VL PLAYERS 



EARL GARTMAN — Gartman, a former Howard athlete, lias 
proven himself to be an excellent defensive man. He is also 
a good long shot and fitted nicely into Howard's set-play 
basketball. 



MILES DEAN — Dean played on several of Howard's teams 
before the war. This year, he proved himself to he an excellent 
rebound and break awav man as well as a grood one-hand shot. 



BUFORD MADDOX— Maddox is a transfer student from Okla- 
homa A. & M., where he played basketball under the famous 
coach, Henry Iba. He is an excellent set shot artist and a 
good defensive man. 

JAMES MERK— Small but fast is Merk and good at stealing 
the hall from his opponents. Merk is one of the team's best 
set-shots. 




DEAN 



SPARKS 



LOWERY 



SISSOX 





GARTM.W 



FRANK WADSWORTH -An excellent fast 
break man and one of the team's best pass- 
ers, Wadsworth is a transfer student from 
Auburn where he lettered in basketball. 



JOE DAUGHERTY— The smallest man on 
the team but also one of the best set shots 
is Joe Daugherty. He is a team player and 
can make set plays work. 



BENJAMIN BALL (PAP)— "Old reliable," 

is another name for Pap who is an excellent 
defensive man and should play a lot of ball 
next year for 1 loward. 



GERALD DORSKY— Dorsky is a transfer 

student from the University of Alabama and 
an ex-Phillips High star. He is a tricky for- 
ward and a good one-hand shot. 





DAUGHERTY 

EMORY LOWER V— Tall and rangy but 
handicapped by a knee injury, "Little 
Emory" is very good at feeding balls to 
players and using one-hand for shooting. 

HOWARD SISSON— Another former How- 
ard athlete before the war, Sisson is a fast. 



good one-hand shot and plays a driving type 
of game. 
BEAMON SPARKS— The youngest man on 
the sqnad and one with the most promise. 
Sparks is an excellent rebound man and 
should play a lot of ball for Howard in the 
future. 




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( FDDTBALL 



The sport thai grabbed the spot-light at 
I Inward this year was football (intramural, of 
course). When tin- season opened, it was 
predicted that the "II" Club would come 
through on top. These boys maintained a tine 
record until they met Mu Alpha Nu who up- 
set tin- "dope-bucket" by defeating the "ath- 
letes of Howard." From then on in to the 
dose of the season, Mu Alpha Xu had clear 
sailing although they did have difficulty Met- 



ting around Mich teams as Sigma Xu and the 
Pi K.A/s. But when the smoke of battle had 
cleared (and believe me. some of those "touch" 
football games came close to being tackle). Mu 
Alpha Xu was on to]) of the pile in first 
place for the second consecutive year, having 
won the intra-mural trophy in I'M". 







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The final standings were : 

Team Won Lust Tied Pet. 

Mu Alpha Nu 8 1.000 

"11" Club _ _. S 2 1 .714 

Lambda Chi 5 3 .625 

Pi Kappa Alpha 5 3 .625 

Sigma Nu_ 4 4 .500 

Preachers 3 5 .375 

Woodlawn [ndependents 3 5 .375 

Vets I '.arracks .. 2 6 1 .250 

A.l'.O. ... 8 .000 

There were many outstanding players at 
I Inward during the intramural football sea- 
son. The directors of the Physical Education 
Department had their hands full when asked 



to pick an outstanding team hut came through 
with the following men who were picked for 
their dependability and aggressivene^. 



Nm 



Position 



Team 



Pratt 




Center 


Sigma Nu 


Meeks 




C.iiard 


"H" Club 


Patton, H. I). 


(Chip) 


Guard 


"H" Club 


Williams 




End 


Pi K.A. 


Lovettc, M. 




End 


Sigma Nu 


Murphy 




Back 


Mu Alpha Nu 


Stivender 




Back 


Pi K.A. 


Murk 




Back 


Lambda Chi 


Hulsey 




Back 


Preachers 


Foote 




Back 


Mu Alpha Nu 





Front Row — Daugherty, Merk, Beaird, Mize, "Chip" Patton, Strickland. 
Back Rozv — Gartman, Coach Lance, Sharp, Wadsworth, M. Lovette, Creel. 



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SDFTBALL 



There were two softball seasons at 
Howard this year, one in the Spring 
quarter, the other in the Summer quar- 
ter. But the directors advised that the 
spring quarter was the one of most im- 
portance and took preference over the 
Summer quarter. There were some very 
hotly contested games during both quar- 
ters but it seems to be the concensus of 
opinion thai the game between A. P.O. 
and Mu Alpha Xu during the spring 



quarter was the best ^ame of the entire 
season. This game saw Mu Alpha Xu 
nose out the "ex-boy scouts" by a one- 
run margin in the last half of the ninth 
inning in a real thriller. 

Once again, Mu Alpha Xu ended up 
the season by taking the "pennant" dur- 
ing the Spring quarter. However, the 
"II" Club came back strong in the Sum- 
mer and the "pennant" changed hands. 

After the final intra-mural game 




during the Summer quarter, an All- 
Star Team was picked by the coaches. 
These boys played Birmingham-South- 
ern two games, one at Howard which 
ended in victory for our team, and the 
other at Birmingham-Southern, which 
wast lost in the last half of the seventh 
inning by one run. 

The members of the All-Star Team 
playing Birmingham-Southern were : 



Player 


Position 


Team 


Mize 


C 


Mu Alpha Nu 


Strickland 


P 


A. P.O. 


Wadsworth 


lb 


"H" Club 


Creel 


2b 


Vets Bks. 


Merk 


SS 


Lambda Chi 


Beaird 


3b 


Mu Alpha Nu 


Dougherty 


LF 


"H" Club 


Sharp 


CF 


Sigma Nu 


Lovette, M. 


RF 


Sigma Nu 





Track Team 
Ball, Farrar, Fullington, Beaird, I lacker, Meeks, Crouch, Tucker. 



TRACK, TENNIS 



Tennis Team 
Merk, Lowery, Ball 



Our track team this year proved that 
Howard did have sonic potential stars 
Oil their campus who could, with the 
proper training, take their places along 
with the other great >tars of track at 
Alabama, Auburn and other schools. 
Our team did not win all of its meets 
but Howard was very well represented. 
Coach McCarver did a wonderful job of 
getting the boys into shape. Without 
the aid of scholarships and with very 
little financial backing for the buying of 
equipment, uniforms, etc., he produced 
a team which competed on an equal ba>i> 
with >ome of the lest in the state. The 
entire student body was proud of the 
showing of the track team. The Follow- 
ing men made their letter in track: 
"Pap" Ball. Bill Farrar, Ed Fullington, 
Don Beaird, Bill Hacker. Jesse Meeks, 
and Jack Crouch. 




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and BOXING... 



The tennis team of 1947 was com- 
posed of "Pap" Ball, Bill Peeples, Emory 
L/Owery, James Merk and Denward Da- 
vis. The team was organized too late 
for many intercollegiate matches. How- 
ever, they met Birmingham-Southern in 
two matches, losing the first by 7-0. 
The second match was a real battle with 
Howard's Peeples, Ball and Merk win- 
siiin<4 the singles from Birmingham 
Southern's top stars hut losing in the 
doubles. Plans have been made by the 
Physical Education Departmenl to field 



an intercollegiate team with a full sched- 
ule for the coming year. 

Boxing and weight lifting, handball 
and ping-pong all take a prominent place 
in Howard's athletics. Marry Wenger, 
who lost his sight in action during 
World War II, is an expert at the 
punching bag. I te can hit the bag with 
as much regularity as anyone. Clarence 
Mayo is another one of the hoys who 
can hit the bag and also is one of the few- 
men at Howard who can pick Up all of 
tlie weights, totaling around 285 pounds. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



The women's ath^etic's star is in its 
ascendency at Howard due to the ef- 
forts of its excellent director of Wom- 
en's Athletics. Miss Helen Lewis. The 



girls have become interested in basket- 
ball, volley-ball and archery and arc 
showing real prowess in the use of the 

bow and arrow. 




Teams have been organized 
for volley-ball and basketball 
and some of our girls act very 
un-ladylike when they get on 
the court. But it is all in the 
spirit of fun and good sportsmanship 
always prevails. 

We are looking for big things out of 




our young ladies in the future. Who 
knows but what we might have a Ladies' 
"H" Club one of these days? 




lilNGEH ROGERS WAS A VISITDE HERE 
BUT WHI) WD U I. II SWAP Ml II I AM AS A 




HIGHLIGHTS DF ANOTHER YEAR 



Our MARRIED VETS. 



Something new that was added to 
Howard's campus during the past year 
was the Married Veterans' Apartments, 
erected by the government and main- 
tained by the school. The apartments 
served to fit the needs of those men 
who. during the late war. had made 



"new"' connections (marriage, you 
know), and when they returned home 
with their new wives and families to 
resume their interrupted education-, 
could not find a place t«> live. Through 
the determined efforts of Jimmy Good- 
lett. it was not long befi re the apart- 



1 [OME OF THE "SCHOLARS* 




"Landlord" 
James Goodlett 




Bight Hands of Bridge 
1 he Last of the Month 



I | >uiet Hour of Study 



I., its of Room in Bedroom 
Bouncing Babies 



ments really began to look like homes, merits, are deeply appreciative oi the 
with kids hanging on every door knob comfort they afford us. Major Davis 
and under every porch. and his staff arc due all credit possible 

for meeting a situation new to them 
We, the inhabitants of these apart in such an excellent manner. 



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SINGLE VETS 



When most of the fellows were dis- 
charged from the armed forces, they 
never thought thai soon they would be 
sleeping in the same barracks they oc- 
cupied during that tour of duty. How 
ever, that is exactly what happened to 
the men on Howard's campus who oc- 
cupy the Single Men's Barracks. While 
there are not so many feet sticking up 
from under the cover when a man wakes 
up in the morning and looks around. 



there is still that long trek down the hall 
and into the washroom where everyone 
congregates at one time to attend to the 
essentials of appearance. 

With all of this, however, the men 
sleep just two in a room and find things 
really comfortable and at a very cheap 
price. At least they do not have to 
worry about "guard" duty. All they 
have to worry about is "class-room" 
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NAVY DAY... 



A day few of us will forgel took 
place "ii Navy Day. 1947 at Howard 
College. Admiral William i Bull | I lal- 
sey came to our campus on that day and 
presented a bronze plaque to Major 
Davis and the school for their part in 
the training ^i Naval personnel under 
the V-12 program at the school during 
the war years. One of the largesl 
crowds ever assembled on Howard's 
campus heard the Admiral speak before 



"Old Main" which the Student Senate 
had decorated beautifully and were sur- 
prised when the air was filled with bal- 
loons when the Admiral finished speak 



Howard College added another feath- 
er in its cap of so many feathers on that 
day and it made every one of us very 
proud to be a member of such a fine 
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ZL BABY CONTEST 



Alpha Phi Omega did it again. 
Their "Diaper Parade" came very near 
to taking the spot-light away from 
the annual "Beauty Parade." The idea 
for the contest was conceived and de- 
veloped by John Dodd who deserves all 
of the credit. Ten entries from dif- 
ferent organizations on the campus 



were received and the pictures of the 
babies were posted on the bulletin board 
of Main. Voting was done by contribut- 
ing money to one's favorite. Little Joe 
"Burr" Tucker, sponsored by the Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, came in with 
first prize with Ann Dodd, Home 
Economics Club, and Ruth Lee Size- 



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THE WINNER 
more, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, being 
the runners-up. Over $150 was raised 
by this worthy project and turned over 
to the World Student Service Fund. 

The winner was crowned at a chapel 
period and presented with a silver cup 
given by the Women's Auxiliary for 
Howard College. 

MIKE FORD 




SERENADE 



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It is with ;i great measure of regret thai 1 

sit down to write this "thank you" note to SO 
many of my friends. When this book is pub- 
lished, this editor will he deeply engrossed in 
all the various channels leading to a career 
as an attornev-at-law. However strenuous 
these duties may he. none of the people who, 
through their efforts, made this publication 
possible will In- forgotten. 

First, 1 would like to say "many thanks" 
to Mr. Bob Faerber, of the Alabama Engrav- 
ing Company, and .Mr. Orville Laws m. of the 
Birmingham Printing Company. Bob, as he 
became affectionately known to us, had every 
cause to become greatly irritated at times with 
our insistence on having things "just and so." 
But he listened, with some degree of patience, 
then showed us the errors of our ways, and 
through compromise, the hook was laid-out. 
Orville was always willing to help with good 
suggestions for the cover and color schemes 
and did not show his anger even though I 
know he became weary of being told the "hook 
had to he out on time." 

Second, to Mr. Alex I.. Bush, photographer 
of all thi' pictures that appear in this hook, 
with a few exceptions, 1 wish to express my 
"thanks." 'Phis editor called on Mr. Bush at 
all hours of the day and nighl for pictures of 
every type and he was never found lacking. 
Mis pictures always possessed that certain 
quality that showed years of training and had 
he been given more time to make preparations, 
they would have been even better. 

Third, "thanks a million times" to Luther 
T. Robertson, or "Lightning" as he is known 
to his friends, the Assistant Editor of this 
publication. Without his help and jjnul com- 
mon-sense, plus a great intellect, this publica- 
tion would never hive met its deadline. The 
Beauty 1'arade this year received more pub- 
licity than ever before in its history and I.. T. 
was entirely responsible for this smooth-run 
ning function. ( )f course, his cute, pretty 



financee, Joyce V. Griffin, thought of all the 

millions of details that were hound to slip the 
mind of a man who had SO many things to 
think about. To Joyce, I wish to .say "thank 
you." 

Fourth, to 1 1. 1'. ( Pat ) Patton, business 
manager of this year's Entre Nous, "thanks." 
I 'at sold more advertisements this year than 
has ever appeared in a Howard annual and 
could have sold a thousand dollars more if it 
had not been for such an early deadline. He 
worked long and hard to hrin^ the advertisers 
into line with Howard's new policy of getting 
hooks out on time hut he succeeded and put a 
red feather in his cap as well as the colleges. 

Fifth, to the students, the faculty and ad- 
ministration, the organizations, fraternities and 
sororities, a very heart) 'thank you" for their 
understanding and cooperation. There must 
have been times when you good people he- 
came irritated at the very thought of pictures 
But you cooperated to the fullest measure and 
showed that true "Howard spirit" which 
makes this the "Friendliest College in Ala- 
bama." 

And last, hut far from least, "thanks" to 
my dear wife. Her valuable suggestions and 
wonderful ideas have helped immeasurably in 
making the work of putting this annual to- 
gether a pleasure rather than a task. But for 
her warmth and understanding, the job would 
have indeed been difficult. 

Longfellow wrote in his "Psalm of Life" a 
verse familiar to all of us : 

"Lives of -real men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime, 
And, departing, leave behind us 
Footprints on the sands of time." 

It is with sincere hope that you, the students 
of Howard College, will allow me to leave this 
annual with you as my "footprint on the sands 
i if time." 

THANKS 

E. M. F< >RD, JR.. 
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presented for your pleasure. You 
left the final choice up to Mary 
Anderson and Helmunt Dantine, 
who agreed not only on the 
loveliness of Howard's favorites, 
but also on their choice of a pho- 
tographer-Jimmy Wilson. Mary 
Anderson chooses Jimmy Wilson 
for her personal portraits. 

These lovely ladies all agree- 
dramatized photography from 
Jimmy Wilson Studios 
brings out the 




Golden Cream 

GLAZED 

DOUGHNUTS 

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE 

Golden Cream Doughnut Shop 

5005 North 1st Avenue 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Phone 59-9203 




Compliments of 



ALEXANDEiOCLEANERS 



H0MEW00D 



C. F. PEARSON, Mgr. 



Yates Optical, Jewelry & Finance Co. 

2730 North 29th Avenue 
in North Birmingham 

The Store of Courteous and Dependable Service 

We earn in our stock only nationally known 

merchandise 

We invite "you" to open an account with us 



W •'. A. YATES, Owner-Manager 



Phone 3-6251 




Best Wishes for Success 
ED l TEX" SWALLEY 

Howard — Class '32 

SWALLEY PRINTING CO. 

PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING 



1628 3rd Ave., N. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Phone 7-6683 



FRIEND SISTERS 

Ladies and Misses Ready-to- Wear 

Collegiate Styles 



MEN'S FURNISHINGS 

Conveniently located on the Corner 
1st Avenue and 77th Street 




Modern and Personal Service 



John Rogers Gulf Service 



7031 First Ave., North, Birmingham 6, Ala. 



Phone 9-9287 



Vi r r* % Radio %€*■"* i< t* 

RADIO SALES 

Electric Range and Water Heater Service 

Electrical Appliance Repairs 

Phone 2-1734 2825 So. 18th St. 

Homewood, Ala. 

J. W. PERRY, Prop 




CANNON TIRE COMPANY 

NEW AND USED TIRES 

Passenger and Trucks 

RECAPPING AND REPAIRING 

1431 3rd Ave., N. 
Phone 3-6934 



Diamonds, Jewelry and Watches 



Diamond Setter and Watchmakers 



Dial 4-8942 



LOUIS W. PERRY 



430 N. 20th St. 




T. O. ELLIS JEWELRY GO. 

DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 

RADIOS 

Expert Watch Repairs and Diamond Setting 

USE OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT PLAN 

Across the Street from SEARS 

Phone 54-1924 

1526 2nd Avenue, N. 



ADVANCE PRINTING SPECIALTIES CO 

CHECK BOOKS OFFICE FORMS 

RECEIPT BOOKS SPECIAL FORMS 

ORDER BOOKS BOOKS 

RUBBER STAMPS 

"Where to buy it" 

525 N. 18th Street 
Phone 7-1032 




Southern Headquarters For 

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT 



AND 



SUPPLIES 
McKesson & Robbins, Inc. 

1708 1st Avenue, North 
Birmingham Alabama 



WOOD FRUITTICHER 
GROCERY CO. 

WHOLESALE 
GROCERS 

2321 First Avenue, North 

PHONE 3-3111 

Birmingham, Alabama 




LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE 
INSURANCE COMPANY 

AND 

BROWN-SERVICE INS. CO. 

(DIVISION) 

Organized 1900 

FRANK P. SAMFORD, President 

Flome Office 

BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 



CLEVELAND ELECTRIC COMPANY 

the South* s Fittest Equipped Shop 




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FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE 

Complete Motor and Generator Rewinding 

New and Rebuilt Motors Sold and Exchanged 

Day and Night Service 

Phone 9-2166 4501 1st Ave., North 




Save Time and Money 
visit 

LANE 

Rexall 
DRUG STORES 



TILE 



has been used on the most important buildings in all 
ages. Let your first roof be your last roof. Four patterns and all 
colors to select from. 



CONCRETE PRODUCTS & ROOFING CO. 



4523 First Avenue, North 
Birmingham, Ala. 







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SERVICE CALLS 4-4316 

SPORTING GOODS 

TENNIS EQUIPMENT 
TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG 



THORENS ( CIGARETTE LIGHTERS 
JIONSON < FOUNTAIN PENS 

EVANS ( RE£LS 



REPAIRED 



KEYS DUPLICATED 

Hunting and Fishing License ami Equipment 



Complimentary Congratulations 



Olan Mills, Inc 

"The Nation's Studio" 

2009/2 2nd Ave., No. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



The Dixie System 




1916 Fifth Ave., N. Phone 3-7181 




We Cater to 
Parties 
Picnics 
Teas 

Weddings 

We Bake and Decorate Our Own 

Cakes and Freeze Our Own 

Ice Cream 

Fred S. Jones & Co., Inc: 

1901 11th Ave.. So. 
Phone 3-1233 Birmingham, Ala. 



FEATURED LINES 

A. G. SPALDING & BROS. 
WILSON SPORTING GOODS CO. 

FRED SINCTON 

ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 
THAT SCORES 

2017 Fifth Avenue, North 

Birmingham 3, Alabama 

3-9102 



KEEP TUNED TO 



WKAX 



For 



NEWS — MUSIC — SPORTS 



900 on Your Dial 



STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES 



AUTO 



LIFE 

SERVICE 

SAVINGS 

SECURITY 



FIRE 



TOMMY GERELDS, Agent 

2313 4th Ave., North 
Office Pirn. 54-5536 Res. Phn. 9-0714 



Best Wishes 



LEHMAN ALLEY 



Operating 
GIBBS DRUG CO. 

8301 1st Ave., No. 

NORWOOD PHARMACY 

2600 12th Ave., No. 

LEHMAN ALLEY DRUGS 

Tarrant City 

EAST END APOTHECARY 

5391 1st Ave., No. 




THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST 
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

ELLIS ADAMS FULLER, D.D., President 
"An Internationally Famous Institution" 

• A Faculty of World-famous Teachers, 
Preachers, Authors 

• Eleven Great Departments of In- 
struction 

• A Modern $3,000,000,000 Educa- 
tional Plant 

• An Atmosphere of Scholarship and 

Evangelism 

W riii- to the President for catalog and 
iiiiiii. ■! information. 

"The Beeches" 
LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 



For 25 Years 

Birmingham'i Finest and Most 

Popular Restaurant 

MRS. TODD'S CAFETERIA 

215 So. 21st Street 

(Just Across ihe Viaduct) 

Ample Parking 

Air Conditioned for Year Around Comfort 
Home Cooked Food at Its Best 



Expert Watch Repairing 

* Hand Engraving 

~k Jewelry 

Jacques Kresler Bands 

DUPLICATE KEYS 

Homewood Jewelry Co. 

2825 S. 18th St. 2- 7193 

(Homewood Shoe Shop Bldg.) 

Z. M. GEIGER, Prop. 





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BILL HENRY, Mgr. 

(One on the left) 

5 Free Shines With Each Pair Half Soles 

Invisible Half Soles A Specialty 

Suede Shoes Renewed 

EAST LAKE SHOE RENEWERS AND SHINE PARLOR 

23 N. 77th St. Call 69-1646 or 9-9172 

4 Doors South of First Avenue 

SHINE PARLOR OPEN SUNDAYS 

UNTIL 2 P. M. 



Bus. Phone 7-9147 



Res. Phone 6-6546 



R. E. STEPHENS 
CLEANERS & DYERS 

26 Years Service to Public 

We Call For and Deliver — Satisfaction Guaranteed 
INSURE AGAINST FIRE AND THEFT 

1106-1108 Third Ave., North 
Birmingham, Ala. 



WHITE TULIP 
FLOUR 



"When Yon Dine It's Tnlip Time' 



COSBY-HODGES MILLING CO. 



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You can enjoy the 

F'mest Oriental Foods 



412 N. 20th St. 



Phone 9-7721 



Notary Public 



ARLIE A. De ARMAN 



Printing - Mimeographing - Addressing 
Letter Service 



8237 2nd Avenue, South 



Birmingham 



Alabama 




ZAC SMITH 

STATIONERY COMPANY 

Printing — Engraving 
Drawing Instruments 

Office Furniture 

Visible Records 

Everything Used in an Office 



2014 First Ave, 
Birmingham, Ala. 



GOLDEN FLAKE 

PRODUCTS 

Al%cay$ Good — All Way 



POTATO CHIPS SALTED PEANUTS 

PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES 

MIXED NUTS, ETC. 



MAGIC CITY FOOD 

PRODUCTS CO., Inc. 



MABELS 
BEAUTY SHOP 

4734 1st Ave., No. 

Open evenings for appointments 

Specialties in All Types of Beauty Work 

Phone 9-9338 

Mrs. Mabel Wilson, Owner 



MILLS BEAUTY SALON 



222 5' j 2nd Ave., No. 



Mrs. Lucile Kelly, Owner 



Convenient to Downtown Shopping Area 



Quality Service at Lowest Possible Prices 



Phone 7-8987 




Fraternity Jewelry 

Our Birmingham Office is Ready 
to Serve You 



Badges Rings Novelties 



L G. BALFOUR CD. 

2104 5 th Avenue, North 
ENOCH B. BENSON, Mgr. 



OVERTON 
PHOTO SERVICE CO 

2008 8th Ave., So. 

Serving Alabama in Modern 

COMMERCIAL 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

COLOR 

INDUSTRIAL 

LEGAL 

AIR VIEWS 

CATALOGUE 

COPIES 

Phone 7-441S 

Night and Sunday 4-1125 

CALL JOE 



EAST LAKE 
AUTO SALES 



USED CARS BOUGHT 
AND SOLD 

Conveniently Located 

8534 1st Ave., N. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Phone 59-4772 
DEWEY GANN, Mgr. 



To You 



who are now 
on the threshold 
— We extend 
our hearty 
congratulations 
and best wishes 




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John's Service 



LLEWELLYN W. JOHNS 



Johns-Service Funeral Parlors, Inc. 



We Accept Brown-Service Policies 



1806 7th Avenue, No. 





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ORIGINAL 
SCOTCH 

OATMEAL 
COOKIES 



DAD'S COOKIE COMPANY 



4500 1st Ave. No. Birmingham, Alabama Phone 9-7232 



W B R C 

Your NBC Station 
960 On Your Dial 

ROSE CLEANERS 

and 

SHOE REPAIR 

Serving Howard Students 32 Years 
17-19 North 77th St. Phone 9-9152 

Rent a ROCK-OLA for that Party 

BIRMINGHAM VENDING CO. 

2117 3rd Avenue, North Phone 3-5183 

ALL THE LATEST RECORDS 

Serving the South for 62 Years 

HAVERTY'S 

Birmingham's Leading Home Furnishers 
111 North 19th St. Birmingham 













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Grayson Ice Cream Co. 



LAKE FRONT GROCERIES 

MEATS AND GROCERIES 

We appreciate your business 

Archie G. Lonpf, Prop. 

Visit Our New Location 

Baptist Book Store 

2011 3rd Ave., North 
Phone 3-1535 



ALLEY'S DRUG STORE 

7639 1st Ave., No. 
Phone 9-2103 

Prescriptions Called For and Delivered 

WOODS DRUG COMPANY 

Convenient Locations to Serve You 
EAST LAKE EAST LAKE APOTHECARY 

7607 1st Ave., No. 7935 2nd Ave., So. 

9-2121 59-4343 



Lot us do your advertising 

ALABAMA OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. 



BRIGHT'S SNACK SHOP 

SANDWICHES AND COLD DRINKS 

83rd Street & 1st Ave., No. 

East Lake 





Meet Us at 

OKIE DOKIE 

7710 1st Avenue, No. 
Bhone 9-9215 








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M & S AUTO PARTS 

REPAIR WORK AND AUTO PARTS 
4739 1st Ave., North 

Phone 59-4114 
Buy Your Parts from Us and Miss the Downtown Rush 

FLORAL PARK BAKERY 

FOR THE BEST THAT'S BAKED 

7619 1st Ave., North 

Phone 9-2195 

RALPH FOWLER SERVICE STATION 

1700 First Avenue. North 
Phone 7-9523 

MORRIS JEWELRY & LUGGAGE 

Buy Your Luggage from 
Morris and Get the Smartest 

1900 1st Ave., No. 
Phone 4-6567 



W. B. JONES SHOE SHOP 

77th Street, East Lake 
Just below the pcstoffice 



Greenwood Cafe 

Prop.: Arthur Greenwood 
407 North 20th Street 



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Compliments of 

YEILDING'S 

A Birmingham Institution Since 1876 

Corner 2nd Avenue at 22nd St., No. 

Birmingham Alabama 

Compliments of 

Birmingham Apothecary, Inc. 

Two Convenient Locations 
Medical Arts Building — Empire Building 
Phone 3-9253 Phone 3-8254 

Birmingham Alabama 





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SADLER'S FOOD STORE 

FANCY GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS 

FREE DELIVERY 

Phone 9-1184 7620 1st Ave., No. 



TUCKER'S BARBER SHOP 

7635 First Avenue, N. 
24 Years in East Lake 

SPARKS GROCERY-MARKET 

7702 2nd Avenue, South 
Phone 9-9227 

WE DELIVER 
Texaco FIRE-CHIEF Gasoline— Get It at Our Pumps 

PHILLIPS SERVICE STATION 

Phone 9-9277 

ROAD SERVICE 

BATTERIES, TIRES AND ACCESSORIES 

7500 1st Avenue, No., Birmingham, Ala. 



Jewelry 



Watches 



Radios 



Phonograph Records 



CLOCK REPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY 

CAVER JEWELRY COMPANY 

13 77th Street. North 
Quality and Economy Our Motto — Courtesy Our 1 lobby 

HIGHTOWER BEAUTY SHOP 

COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 

7635^4 First Avenue, N. 
Phone 59-1123 

LUCKY'S HARDWARE & VARIETY 

\m building my store's reputation on the idea that outstanding 
quality combined with superior value plus patience and courtesy 
will win the friendship and make loyalty of my customers ever 
lasting. 

8 No. 77th St. East Lake 

We Operate Our Own Plant 

Heaslett Cleaners 

PICK UP AND Dl 1 IY1 RY SERVICE 
8246 2nd Ave, So. Phone 9-6385 








SOKOL'S 

Appreciates your Business 
7 Stores in Alabama to Serve You 





BAKER'S 

We Ccver the Town with Good Ice Cream 
Wait for the Baker Man 

BAKER'S FROZEN SWEETS, Inc. 



COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY 

LITHOGRAPHERS — PRINTERS — RULERS 

BLANK BOOK MAKERS 

Phone 3-4285 1805-7 2nd Ave., So. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

E. E. FORBES & SONS PIANO CO., Inc. 

403 North 20th Street 

Birmingham, Alabama 

MUSIC — GIFTS — FURNITURE — APPLIANCES 

Wall Paper — Paints — Varnishes — Brushes — Tools — Supplies 
WALL PAPER TO HOME OWNERS AT DISCOUNT 

Pan-American Wall Paper & Paint Co. 

DISTRIBUTING HOUSES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES 

2119 Third Ave., North 

Phone 3-7920 

Birmingham 3. Ala. 

Let Us Do Your Next Printing or Publishing Job 

ART-CRAFT PUBLISHING CO., Inc. 

PUBLISHERS OF YOUR STUDENT DIRECTORY 
1620 Third Avenue, N. Phone 3-5205 

A&A ASH, INC. 

JEWELERS 

201 No. 20th St. 

Frank Nelson B!dg. 

Phone 3-6191 

GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 




ELEANOR SHOP 

190 5 2nd Ave., No. 
Beautiful Coats and Suits 
12.99— 14.99— 16.99 







LA VOGUE CLEANERS 

7622 First Avenue, South 

Phone 9-9284 

Under Management of a Howard Graduate 



SLATON'S EAT SHOP 

6521 First Avenue, North 
SPECIAL HOME COOKED MEALS 



STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION 

First Avenue and 77ih Street, North 
Telephone 9-9321 Birmingham, Alahama 



MODERN HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 

INSULATION — WEATHERSTRIPPING — SCREENS 

CALKING — ATTIC FANS — VENETIAN BLINDS 

Phone 3-3271 

COOMBS & SPARKS SERVICE STATION 

8431 1st Ave., No. Phone 59-9274 

Birmingham 6, Alahama 

TEXACO PRODUCTS 
Open 24 Hours 

SULLY'S RESTAURANT 

27 No. 77th Street 
Birmingham 6, Alabama 

HOME COOKING THAT WILL PLEASE YOU 
Distinctive Lighting Equipment Commercial and Industrial Wiring 

KNIGHT ELECTRIC COMPANY 

"Knight Lights make I A {•hi Nights" 

Phones 3-3243 and 3-3244 
2023 Fourth Avenue, North, Birmingham, Alabama 

WOOD'S DRUG NO. 4 

7301 First Avenue, North 
9-6161 

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ADWELL'S BAKERY 

7934 2nd Avenue, South 
9-9360 

THE RE-PRINT COMPANY 

STATIONERS — OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
PRINTING — DRAWING MATERIALS 

Phone 3-9171 
2025 First Ave., Ncrth Birmingham, Alabama 

QUALITY SERVICE 

Let Mack Pick Up Your Cleaning 





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4829 First Ave., N. 


Phone 9-9116 




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304 N. 20th Street 
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Watch and Jewelry Repairing Diamonds - Watches Opticians 

Ifrithmtm's WtmtUta 

Easy Terms 
125 North 19th Street — Phone 4-5618 

elgin Witches waltham 

BULOVA WdlLIlCb LONGINE 

Smith's finest cold storage laliits 

The Goldstein Co., Inc. 

famous for fine furs 
1811 Third Ave., No. Phone 7-4515 

TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

DR. JOE E. WATSON. Optometrist 

319 N. 20th, Birmingham 

EYE EXERCISES 

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WAITE'S 

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2101 Seventh Avenue, South 



3-9224 



When You "Say It With Flowers" Say It With Ours 
MONTGOMERY'S FLOWERS 

For All Occasions 

Phone 3-7236 

413 No. 21st Street Birmingham, Ala. 

ESTABUSHEDD 18-8 



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JEWELRY COMPANY 

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS 

121 North Twentieth Street, Birmingham, Alabama 



CELADOR CAFE 

7932 2nd Ave., So. 
2 Blocks of Campus 

REAL HICKORY PIT BAR-B-Q 

THE BEST IN QUALITY FOOD 
REGULAR DINNERS — SANDWICHES — SHORT ORDERS 

Vet. Owned and Operated 



EAST LAKE AUTO & CYCLE SUPPLY 

PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 

Auto Supplies — Whizzer Motor Bike 

WHIZZER & BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE 

8000 1st Ave., No. Birmingham Phone 9-2216 





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Phone 4-1441 









CASH CREAMERY 

7101 1st Ave., No. 9-9352 

GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS — SUNDRIES 

WE DELIVER 

THE 

JONES VALLEY SAUSAGE CO. 



Phone 3-9461 



108-10 No. 22nd St. 



Birmingham, Ala. 





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MISS VIRGINIA HESS 

Graduated Howard College 
1939 

Graduated Massey Business College 

1942 

For (i'A years "Massey" has trained young men and women 
For executive positions. They can train yon. 

Combined training enables her to hold lucrative position as 

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