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INDEX TO THE 

TRINITY COLLEOE 
AND 

DUKE UNIVERSITY 

CHRONICLE 

V.l, 1905 - V.29, 1933 



Compiled by 
NATIONAL YOUTH ADI/iINISTRATION 
ASSISTANTS 






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Abbott, Ken - Football, picture, 37:11:5; 29:5:6; 29:9B:i. \^o'i> 

Abbott, Dr.L. - Lectures, 2:13:1. 

Abbott, Miss Ruth - Picture, 25:9:1. 

Achlson, John - Taurlan Players, picture, 25:3:i. 

Adams, Rev. a. T. - Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 4:10:1; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A., 4:10:4. 

Adams, John Stokes - Donates books to law library, 29:11:3; 
Visits Law School, 29:17:1. 

Adams, Dr. R. G. - Lectures on British Imperialism, 15:22:3; 
Appointed to faculty, 16:i:i; 
Speaks to student'', 18:10:1; 
Addresses Historical Society, 18:5:1; 
Publishes Political Ideas of the American Revolution . 

18:8:4; 
Apnolnted custodian of Clements Library at the University 

of Michigan, I9:l:i. 

Adams, Spencer - Former Duke student dies, 25:10:1. 

Adams, W.J. - Trinity graduate appointed Judge, 4:14:3. 

Adams, William (Bill) - Football, oicture, 22:8:5; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:3i:i. 

A^aras, Jane - Speaker for Phi Beta Kappa, 17:23:1; 
Speaks on Euronean situation, 17:24:1. 

Adam^LS, Martha - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11:1. 

Adkins, Emory - Football, picture, 27:11:5; 28:10:1. 

Adkins, Dr.M.T. - New baseball coach, 3:15:1; 
Picture, 3:23:1; 
Leaves, 3:29:1; 
To coach baseball, 4:17:1; 
Leaves, 5:26:3; 

To coach baseball this season, 8:20:4; 
To coach baseball, 9:15:1; 
To direct Glee Club, 13: 19:1; 

Aiken, J.N. - Elected president of Hesperia L.3., 7:8:1. 

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Alderman, 3. S. - Eulogizes J. B. Duke, 21:8:1. 

Aldrldge, F. S. - Delivers address, 4:20:1; 
Apoointed to faculty, 18:1:1; 
Former head Trinity Park School, picture, 23:24:3. 

Aldrldge, Tom - Football, picture, 19:12:3; 20:11:4. 

Alexander, Bruce - Director, Glee Club, 25:17:1. 

Allen, L.C. - '/line Wiley Gray Award, 11:31:1. 

Allison, W. H. - With W.M.M&rr and J.W.Harblm speaks on "House 
Fly" to Science Club, 7:10:1. 

Alpha Kappa Psl - Newson, Llr.M.E., speaks, 28:12:1. 

Alpha Tau Omega - Initiates, 2:19:1; 
Initiates, 3:i9:l; 
Picture, S:26:i; 
Initiates, 4:18:1; 
Has picnic, S:19:3. 

Al Smith Club - Organized here, 25:4:1; 
Makes democratic drive, 25:5:1. 

Alspaugh, Col.J.W. - Dies, 8:9:1. 

Alspaugh Dormitory, - Picture, 20:26:3. 

Alumnae - Starts for SlOO,000, 9:24:1. 

Alumni - Second annual dinner given, 1:11:1; 
Letters, 2:i0:l; 

R. J. A. Edwsji'ds, oldest alumnus, picture, 3:3:3; 
To be addressed by W. A. Lambeth, 4:32:1; 
Meet at Wins ton- Sal em, 6:12:1; 
Hears address by ElshoD Kllgo, 12:3:1; 
Pledge |2,000 toward new gym, 12:14:1; 
To assist in reconstruction, 14:ll:l; 
Address to be delivered by Col. Sherrlll, 17:30:1; 
R. E. Thlgoen works to better Alumni organizations, 18:16:1; 
Campaign opened with speech by W. P. Few, 18:17:3; 
Advocate medical school plan proposed by Few, 18:18:4; 
To gather for Carolina-Trinity game, 19:4:1; 
President W.P. Few speaks at alumni banquet, 20:5:3; 
Elect R.L. Flowers vice president, 20:9:1; 
Elect E.B.Hobgood president, 20:9:1; 
To hear L.L.Hendren, 20:31:1; 
To raise funds for sale of "loyalty bonds", 21:1 :l; 



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Alumni (continued) 

Plans fjrr new university shown to alumni, 21:18:1; 
Loyalty fund campaign plajined by R. E. Thigpen, 22:4:1; 
Drive headed by Senator F.M. Simmons, 22:9:1; 
Thigpen, R. E. reelected secretary, 22:11:1; 
J.H.Separk elected head for 1927, 22:11:1; 
R.E. Thigpen, secretary, picture, 23:32:2; 
300 alumni enjoy homecoming, 28:4:7; 
R. P.Reade elected president, 28:14:1; 
Momument to Dr. John C.Kilgo planned, 29:5:3. 

Alumni Association of law school - Elects Dr. J.P.Frlzzelle 
first r)resident, 17:22:1. 

Alumni Club - Of Atlanta hears sr>eech by Dr.W.P. Few, 24:29:1; 
Of New York hears Dr. John F. Crowell, 20:22:1; 
R. E. Thlgnen has established forty alumni chapters In 3 

months, 18:26:4; 
To celebrate Duke Day Dec. 11, 22:11 :l; 
Hear President W. P.Few and Col. J.F. Bruton speak, 24:24:1. 

Alumni Council - Holds meet here, 28:10:1. 

Alumni Register - Hakes first bow to public, 10:27:1. 

American Literature - Journal, to be published by Duke Univeriity 
Press, 25:ll:l; 
First Issue off the press, 28:24:3. 

American Physical Society - Elects C.W.Edwards as fellow, 20:8:1. 

Amass, Dr. Harold L. - Apnolnted to medical school faculty, 25:17J1; 
Lectures to medical students, 29:9:1; 

Anders, Fred - Business manager. Chanticleer, 25:29:1; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 25:31:1; 
Elected Into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Anderson, Dr. Albert - Spenks to Y.M. G.A. , 18:21:1; 
To speak to law students, 28:7:4. 

Anderson, Ewlng - Appointed to faculty, 29:l:i. 

Anderson, Dr.L.T. - Speaks on China, 3:23:1. 

Anderson, Miss Louise - Prettiest co-ed, picture, 23:16:3; 
Picture, 24:25:2. 

Anderson, William, Jr. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 22:9:1. 



Andrews, Hon.A. B. - To speak to Legal Aid Clinic, 29:11:3. 

Andrews, Dr. D. H. - To lecture, 29:17:1. 

Apgar, L.C. - Organist, 29:3:1. 

Archive - Stsjidard high, i:iO:l; 
Staff selected, 2:23:1; 

Feb. Issue devoted to N.C. history, 3:18:1; 
Staff entertained by I.tr. W. A. Stambury, 3:23:1; 
Versus Chronicle, 5:27:1; 

N.I.White, editor; S.W.Marr, bus. mgr. , 7:i8:i; 
Harwell, I.S. elected next editor, 10:29:4; 
H. C.West to be editor, C.S.Bunn to be business mgr., 

11:29:3; 
Final Archive to be converted Into yearbook, 13:20:i; 
Has S. S. Faraboux and T. A. Banks as next editor and 

business manfiger, 16:28:3; 
Issued In honor of Student O^overnment, 17:l0:i; 
Mike Bradshaw, editor; Walter Turrentlne, bus. mgr. , 

17:30:i; 
Hal A. Oliver to edit 1923-24 Archive, 18:30^3; 
New editor - E. B. Carstarphen, olcture, 23:32:2; 
Adjudged best In state by N.CC.P.A. , 24:29:1; 
To be edited by D.H.Thorpe and managed by R.M.Johnston, 

24 : 30:1* 
Adjudged best In state by N.CC.P.A., 25:27:i; 
To be edited by Crona and managed by Connally, 25:29:1; 
Edlter and bus. manager for next yaar are Ovid Pierce and 

Alfred Williams, 2?: 27:1; 
Wins first at N.CC.P.A. meeting, 28:28:i; 
Receives press award, 29:29:i;. 

Ardrey, Dr.L.L. - Dies, 3:21:3. 

Arendell, Banks - Editor of the Chronicle, li:3i:i. 
Lieutenant, sees great waf end, 14:6:i. 

Arnold, Dean D.M. - To form language clubs, 29:2:1; 
Speaks to Delta Phi Alpha, 29:6:6; 
Speaks at Phi Eta Sigma banquet, 29:24:i;. 

Athena Literary Society - Organized, 7:17:1; 
Dr. Dixon Carroll speaks, 10:10:i; 
Mrs. F. A. G. Cowper speaks, 14^16:2; 
Gives morality play, 14:i0:i; 
And Hesperla have Joint meeting, 15:ii:3;. 

Athletic Council - Meets, 6:451; 
Rules, 6:22:1; 

Athletic relPtlons with U.N.C renewed, 14:23:1; 
Awards letters, 21:15:1. 



Athletics - Football, wrestling, and cross country are new 
branch of athletics at Trinity, 18:16:1; 
B.W.Parnerd resigns as graduate manager, 18:22*1;. 

Atkins, Ennls - President of Taurlans, picture, 27:9:1. 

Atkins, -Football, picture, 27:ii:5. 

Auditorium - To be completed next year, 23'23:i. 

Auld, Elizabeth, -picture, 28:3l5l. 

Auten, Joe - Wins 9019 declamation contest, 20:26:l. 

Avera, L.E. -Eulogized by W. T.Bost, 12:ii:i. 

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Avera Bible Lecture - To be held here this year, 2*3*1; 
Dr.Wllbtir F. Tlllett, 2:i9:i; 

First lecture delivered by Dr. W. F. Tlllett, 2:28:1; 
Bishop Haas to deliver series, 4:18:1; 

Rev. Thornton Whaling to deliver Avera lectures, 8:23:1; 
First of Avera lectures made Impression, 8:25:1;. 

Avery, Rev. T.N. - Puts out Methodist handbook, 3:i8:i. 

Avery's - "Idle Comments", 1:4:1. 

Aycock, Harold - Wins declamation contest of 9019, 18:24:1. 

Aycock Dormitory - Picture, 20:26:3. 

Aydette, A.L. - Editor of Wataugan at State College, pic- 
ture, 24:28:4. 

Babbitt, Dr. Irving - 7o lecture, 21:16:1; 
To lecture, 21:22*1; 
Delivers Phi Beta ^appa address, 21 : 23:1. 

Babcock, Dr.H. - Of University of South Carolina, Picture, 
29:20:i. 

Bachelor's Degree - New requirements, 8:1:1. 

Bases, John C. - Manager of Chronicle, li:2i:i; 

Reelected business manager of Chronicle, li:3i:i. 

Bagley, Charles R. - Appointed to factjty, 12:i:i; 
Passes Rhodes Scholarship exams, 12:ii:i; 
Rhodes scholsj*, writes on Oxford, 15:23:6; 
Completes Oxford letters, 15:29:3; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 17:2:1; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1. 



Bailey, Coach "Bill" - To coach at ftarvard, 30:20:i. 

BAiley, Senator Joslah W. - Speaks to N.C. Student Con- 
ference, 27t29:i. 

Baker R. S. - Is visitor at Trinity, 3!23:i. 

Baldwin, Dean Alice M. - Sr»eaks on "Recreation", 21:16J1; 
Authors history books, 24:l0:4j 
Sneaks on life of Russians, 24'23:3; 
Elected to White Duchy, 24:30:i; 
Attends meeting of Southern 'Vomen's Education Alliance, 

25:7:1; 
Attends meeting of National Association of Dean of 

Women, 25:21:1; 
Attends Southern Women's Educational Alliance, 29:7:1;. 

Baldwin, Coach "Big Jim" - Interviews officials, 20:21:3. 

Ballard, Captain V. - Dies, 2^11 :i. 

Balsley, C.T. - Dies, 3:2i:3. 

Band - Organized, 1:13*4; 

Agitation begun to or^^anlze college band, 9:8:1; 

And Glee Club are developing rabidly, 10:4:1; 

College band to become military, 13*5:1; 

S. A.Braxter Is hired to lead university band, 20:19:1; 

Picture, 22:11:3; 

Picture, 23:32:5; 

Picture, 28:10:4. 

Banks, T. A. - Business manager of Archive, 16:28:3; 
Tapped for Red Friars, 16:30:i. 

Bar Association - Begins activities, 28:6:4; 

Hears Judge H. O-. Cochran speak on crime, 29:10:6; 
Votes to establish honor istystem, 29:l3:i; 
Elects Robert C. Flnley president, 29:24:1. 

Barnard, B.W. - Ao^olnted to faculty, li:i:i; 
Given fellowship, 11:27:1; 
Takes charge of musical clubs, 17:3:1; 
Picture, 18:22:1; 
Resigns as graduate manager of athletics, 18:22:i. 

Barnes, J.Foster - Becomes soclal-rellglous director, 24:i:i; 
Directs glee club, 24:l6:i; 
Takes Glee Club on western trip, 24:21:1; 
Directs Glee Ciub in presentation of "Miss Cherry Blos- 
som", 24:27:1; 
Picture, 25:18:1; 



Barnes, J.Foster (continued) 
Picture, 27:3:1; 

Takes musical clubs to Virginia, 37:20:1; 
Picture, 28:i7:i; 
Try-outs for Glee Club, 29:3:1; 
Picture, 29:10:3. 

Barnes, Sam - Picture, 29:25:1. 

Barnes, W. Soelght - Elected president of Student Government, 
19:26:1. 

Barrere Little Syraplieny - G-lves concert, picture, 29:19:1. 

Barrett, J.M. - Tapped for Red Friars, 16:30:1. 

Barrett, M. - Picture, 17:9:4. 

Barrlnger, L.N. - Donor, picture, 23:ie:i. 

Baseball - Team to take southern trip, 1:14:1; 
Uass rally for baseball, 2:2451; 
Cornell defeats Trinity 1-0, 2:26:i; 

President T.Roosevelt receives Trinity ball team, 2^30:1; 
Dr.M.T. Adklns Is new baseball coach, 3:15:1; 
Rules changed, 3:i7:i; 
Trinity defeats Lafayette, 3:25*1; 
Picture, 3:3i:i; 
Adklns to coach, 4:i7:i; 

Ganutt pitches great games against ^Rhlladelphla, 4:24:i; 
Gantt shuts Lafayette out twice, 4*24:i; 
Seniors defeat faculty nine, 4!29:i; 
Phillies win over Trinity, 5:23:i; 
Trinity wins over A.C.C. , 5:23:i; 
Defeats Amherst twice, 5«24'1; 
Y/lns over Richmond and ^amoden- Sidney, 5*26:1; 
Defeats Wake Forest, 5:27:i; 
Wake Forest wins over Trinity, 5:28:1; 
Summary of baseball season, 5:29:7; 
M.T. Adklns will coach this se son, 8^20:3; 
Dr. Adklns to coach baseball again, 9: 15:1; 
Schedule, 9:17:1; 
Picture of 1914«15 team, 10:16:1; 
Short sumary of recent ball season, 10:30:1; 
Coach - Frank Manush, 12:i9:i; 
Fall baseball schedule announced, 13:4:1; 
Students to aid In financing baseball, 13122^1; 
Chick Doak to coach, 13*22:1; 
J.D.Johnson, picture, 18:28:3; 

Trinity Is wonder team of 1923, picture, 18:29:1; 
Year's record of Duke's (Southern Champion) team, 18: 

29:3; 
Manager Eugene Bollck gives out baseball schedule, 19:21:1; 



Baseball (continued) 

Tentative schedule for 1925, 20!19:1; 

Caotaln Dempter - picture, 20:23:3; 

Blue Devil sauad, picture, 20:29:1; 

George '.^Taltted to coach baseball, 21:16:1; 

Varsity team, picture, 24:25:4; 

Nick barren elected captain, picture, 25:31:3; 

Bill 77erber, baseball star, goes to Yan^cees, 27:13:3; 

Werber makes good In big time baseball, 27:20:1; 

Art Kersey, captain, 28:32:3. 

Basketball - Trinity to have basketball, 1:5:1; 

First basketball game was played Friday night, 1:10:1; 

Practice begins, 3:20:1; 

F.J.KlSer is elected captain, 5:2:2; 

Furman vs Trinity, 5:i5:i; 

J'ethodlsts vs Baptists, 5:17:1; 

Plays Columbus, 5:17:1; 

Trinity team attacked by Wake Forest students, 8:20:1; 

Trinity is champion of North and South Carolinas, 8:2i:i; 

Wins first game with Elon, 8:23'1; 

Schedule for season, 9:3:3; 

Season begins, 10:8:1; 

Clay elected coach, 10:ii:i; 

Annual pre-Christmas trip proves successful for Trinity, 

I0:ie':i; 
Schedule for 1915 is announced, 10:16:3; 
Picture of 1915-14 team, 10:16:4; 
Story of basket ball at Trinity ^ollege, 10:16:4; 
Trip through Virginia proves disastrous, 10:17:1; 
Review of Trinity basket ball season, 10:22:1; 
To be coacP/ed by Bob Doak, 11:10:1; 
Doak to coach, 12:ii:i; 

Trinity wins state championship, 12:21:1; 
Schedule, 14:9:1; 

State basket ball champions, 15:22:1; 
Simpson, Spikes, Neal, Brooks, and Cnate, pictures, 

18:17:3; 
Team loses 4 games and places second in state, 18:20:1; 
Everett Spikes is elected captain, 18:22:1; 

E.J.Bullock is elected captain of basketball squad, 19:2?:i; 
Schedule for season, 20:9:1; 
Schedule for 1924-25, 20:13: 1; 
Schedule, 22:12:5; 

D.L.Kelly, captain, picture, 23:32:6; 
Duke team wins state title, 27:i7:i; 
State basket ball champions, picture, 28:19:5. 

Bassett, Dr. John Spencer - Addresses the students of Trinity 
College, 1:8:3; 
Speaks of northern Trinity College, 1:9:3; 



Bassett, Dr. John SDenc^r - Srieaks to students, l:ll:i 
Speaks to YI'^CA, 1:12:1 
Is Interviewed, 2:1:3 
Lecturing at M.Y.U. , 4:23:1 
To lecture here, 15:27:1 
Lectures on t;ie "Presidency" ,15:28:5 
Killed In Washington, 24:16:1 

Battle, Keap P. - To speak at Duke Par meeting, 29:18:1 

Bearaan, DrR. C. - Makes talk, 5:20:1 

Beasley, Edna - Elected Hay ^ueen, 17:26:1 

Beauc .amp. Bishop W. B. - Speaks to students, 19:21:1 

Beaven, Dr. A W. - Speaks on "God in Everyday Life", 29:9:4 

Beavers, Elsie - Elected 'ay Queen, 20:23:1 
Picture, 20:29:3 

Beck, Cameron, - To speak to students, 27:21:1 
Picture, ?7:2?:1 

Bell - "ew one for Trinity piirchased, 6:24:1 

^ell, Dr. - Lectures to Chemistry Glut, 16:14:5 

Bement, -oward - Sneaks to students, 28:36:4 

Benefactor's Day - A holiday, 2:3:1 
Kilgo makes ad-^ress, 2:4:1 
Plato Durham -nakes s-^eech, 4:4:1 
'^bserved, 5:5:1 
To be held, 6 :3:2 
T.^. Parker to Tiake speech, 6:5:1 
Dr W.J. "artin speaks, 8:5:1 
Webb, Dr. W. A. , sneaker, 9:3:1 
Celebrated, 10:5:1 

Speaker is Bruton Col. J. F. , 11:2:3 
Speech given by Dillard, Dr. J. H. , 12:4:1 
Pou, J. H. , 8-)eaker, 13:3:1 
To be observed, 15:2:1 
To be great occasion, 15:3:1 

Interest manifested in Benefactor's Day, 15:4:1 
To be on November 4, 18:7:1 
Few, Dr.W.P. is principal speaker, 20:3:1 
Few, Dr.W P. speaks on "Success in Life", 24:3:1 

Bennett, C.C. - Picture, 22:10:5 

Football captain, 22:11:3 
Tapped by Re« Friars, 23:31:i 
Picture, 23:32:6 

Bennett, C. S. - Elected to 0. D. ^. - Picture, 24:31:1 

Bennett, 'i'laude - First Editor of Annual, 7:14:1 



Bennett, Dr. P.H. - Lectures on "Christian !iinistry"12:87:l 

Spealcs to students, 21:27:1 

Bennett, R.H. ,Jr. - Treasurer of Senior Class, 12:29:1 

Eenson, C.K. -Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 16:10:1 

Benson and Trlpple - Tloted Tduc»tors will speak here, 19:15:1 
Speak to students, 19: 16:4 

Berghauser, A. - Appointed to faculty, 29:1:1 

Best, P.'". - Initiated into Phi Beta ''ap'^a, 18:20:1 

Beta Pi Fraternity, - Has installation at Trinity, 19:20:1 

Biblical Literature - C'^nference provides chair of, 2:15:3 

Blckett, G-ov. - Speaks to students, 12:21:1 

Pld.ile, "rs.A. J D. nnd Duke, Anp-ier P.- 'rive 325,000 to und 
for gynnsslum, 17:19:1 
Donated S25,000 to aluTini gymnasiu-n, 18rl:l 

Biglow, Dean Harry A. - Visits Puke La'.v School, 2.^:17:1 

Elgelow, Dr.L.A - Pr^sid-s at meeting so state chemists, 27:7:6 

Ei^gs, W. A. - ^l?cted to student council, 20:28:1 
Elected oresident of T^Ck, 21:28:1 
Initiated into 0. D.^, , 22:5:1 

Biological club - Johnston, P. L. s ;eaks, 15:9:3 
Takes in new menbers, 15:10:3 

Birmingham Southern College - "lives -ew, r s vV. ?,, degree, 27:21:3 

Blspliam, David - To give concert, 16:8-1 
Gives concert, 16:9:1 

Elsson.R. J. - Elected into Pal Beta Kappa, 27:18:1 

Bird, M.J. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 35:11:1 

Pivens, ^.L. - Elected vlce-nre<^ident of senior class, 4:5:2 

And H.". TJorth lead discus: ion in ^ortnightly Club, 4:22:1 

Pivens, ■^'. L. - Busine-s "pjip.«er of Chron'.cle, 23:31:1 
Elected to Red ^riars, 23:31:1 
Pictu--e, 24:31:1 

^Ivens, "rs. Alice - Sponson for Chronicle - Picture, 24:29:3 

Bivirs Doroitory, - *^0:2e:3 

Black, "ugh, - '-'oncert speaker, 4:21:1 



Black, Dr. "ugh - To deliver comiiencenient sermon, 13:27:1 

Placlc, Martin L. - Takes Illinois C.P.A. exam, 27:7:1 

Baiclcburn, t. ".- Ap'-'Olnted to faculty, p2:4:1 

Describes ^uke for English Journal, ?4:15:i 

"^lackwel"^, Dr. ■"obert '^. - To maXe adriress, 201-20:1 
SoeaXs on "Being afraid t •> think", 20:31:1 

Blackwood, ^tov, Albra •" - Attends endowment day exercise, 29:12 '4 

Blake, "ishoo - 3 leaks to students, 20:11:1 

Ela'^enev', V,'. S. - 'Elected nresident of Student government, 20:27:1 
Picture, 21:28:l" 

Blalock, J. 2. - Wins sophjore debate, 4:51:1 

Blanchard, '!r. Julian -Goes tn Columbia, 1:7:3 
Ad ed to faculty., 5:2:2 

Elanton, S.L. - V/ins 9019 declanatioi:! c ntest, 17:12:1 

Blount, H. - Lectures to students, 5:15'1 

Bledsoe, largaret - Picture, 28:29:1 

Bledsoe, S. C. - Dtes, 2:1:1 

Ploomauist, Dr.". L. - Aopointed to faculty, 16:1:1 
Lectures to r'CA, 16: "3:1 
■^-ets Ph. P. at Chicago, 17:3:3 
To ofer botany course at Junaluska, 34:2?:1 

Poaxd of Education - '°eport, 3:15:1 

Boardl of "^rustees - Votes O'^. '^uestion o^ ownership ^f frpternity 
houses. 18:7-? 
Issue statem nt on changing name of school, 20 14:1 
Chairman, Frown, J. -. , pas-es away, ^3 •"'7:1 
Consider new publlction '^lans, 23:20:1 
Elects ne men or faculty, 23'32:i 
Hears ^ev; and "^ruton sneak, 34:24:1 

P.O. S. - Initiates twenty fr shmen, 18:25:5 

To hold smoker for fresh r.e;i, 24:11 :i 

Bobbitt, Williaa - 'Vins ceclamation contest, 12:13:1 

Bogg, Lieutenant J.C.- Retursn from France, 14:10:1 

Bolen, Amos,- Picture, 29:10:5 

Eollch, E. - I'lanager of Bas ball, 19:21:1 



Eollch, W. Brvan - At)r)lies for "hodes Scliolars --In, 19:5:2 
^"rites of PJiodes Sciaolarehlo, 19:10:2 
Appointed Law School Facult.v, 24:4:1 

Elected Chief alu.iinus of ^appa Alpha Fraternity, 24:14:1 
Speaker at Phi Etta Sigma Panquet, 2:^:241 

Booth, CD. - ■''icture, 28:8:1 

Lectures to students, 28:9:7 

Eoren, Allen - Wins 9019 declarers Tiedal, 21-?0:1 

Borghum, G. - Sculptor, to address students, 20:8:1 
Picture, 20:11:1 
Lectures, 20:12:1 

Bost, ^'ei.ry ?. - Picture, 5:23:i 

Bost, W.T. - Eulogizes Avers, I.E., 12:11:1 
To soeak t.- legal students, 29:7:4 

Bost, Mrs. "'. T. - speaks t- ^egal Aid ^linio, 28:10:1 

Eostwick, H.E. - Addresses y*!CA, 4:2:1 

Eotanica]. Club - "^ormed, 7:ie:i 

Bowley, General A J. - Lectu>'es to students, 19:18:1 

Pownan, C ". - Elected to Phi Beta Kap-a, 27:1'5-1 

Boxing - Team to "re develcneo at i^u'-e under Tllson, 23:21:1 
Carper elected cantain, 25:11:5 
Eiiiie Sairt Armand elected cantain, 25:22:5 
Leroy Sides elected captain, 29-28:1 

Boxing Team - Picture, 28:17:5 

Poyett, D.". - Elected to "hi Beta Rappa, 25:11*1 

Boyd, J. P. - -Elected pr ident of Columbian Lit. 3oc, ,20:9:4 

Boyd, James - To speak at Sigma Unsilon initiation, 28:26:1 
Speaks at banquet of Sigma 'psiloi;, 28:27:1 

Bojt^, Dr. W.K. - Succeeds Dr.Bassett at Prof, of history, 2:i :l 
And Phiijjips wcrkin^;; on history museum, 2*16:1 
Gives lectu-e on literary aspects o 1.3th centgnry, ?: 14 :i 
Mar-ies, 4:15:3 

And ^ev laud Lincoln on 100th anniversary, 4:19:1 
GraA*W leave, 16:26:1 

Elected nresident of State Historical Ass., 17:12:1 
Lectures on early history of N. C. , 18:9:4 
Lectures on history of Durham County, 18:29:4 



Boyle, Greorge - Pianist to appear at Duke, 28:18:4. 

Bradbury, Dr. O.C. - Sneaks to Phi Sigma, 21: 30:1. 

Bradshaw, Rev.M. - To conduct annual revival, 12: 17:1; 
Dies, 28:i7:i. 

Bradshaw, Mike - Editor of Archive, 17:S0:i; 

One of Duke renresentatlve? for Rhodes scholarship, 

19:6:1; 
Speaks to Hesperla L.S., 18:4:4. 

Bradsher, Charles K. - Applicant for Rhodes scholarship, 
29 : 6 : 6 • 
Initiated into O.D.K., 29:12:1; 

Duke representative for Rhodes scholarship, 29:12:1; 
Track, picture, 29*29:5; 
Receives Robert E.Lee prize, 29:3i:i. 

Bradsher, Mary - Pictuxe, 29:17:1. 

Bradley, Thomas B. - Colixmbian debater, 18:15:1; 
With debate team, 18:21:4. 

Bradway, Dr. John S.- ^^pointed to faculty, 27:1 :i; 
Appointed to law school faculty, 27:25:1; 
Heads legal aid clinic, 28^2:4; 
Speaks to Rotarians, 28:354; 
Picture, 28:4:1; 
Speaks to Columbian L. S. , 28:23*6. 

Brady, L. S. - Elected oresident of ^esperla, 18:8:1; 
With debate team, 18:21:4. 

Branch, Eva H. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 16:2451. 

Brandt, - Picture, 29: SB: 5. 

Branscomb, Dr. B. Harvle - On Rhodes Scholarship Committee, 
24:22:i; 
Address, school of rellgioA, 25:1:2; 
Awarded Guggenheim fellowship, 27:2321; 
Returns from Europe, 29:7:4. 

Braswell, M. A. - Elected president of Hesneria L.S., 15:i45l. 

Braxton, S. A. - To direct band, 20:i9:i. 

Bray, Jerry - Picture, 29:25:1; 

Elected to O.D.K., 29:30:1; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 29:31:1. 



Beck, Dr. Edward - Lectures to students, 11:10:1. 

Breedlove, J. P. - G-lves history of Trinity Library, 4:10:1; 
President of North Carolina Library Association, 

7:l0:i; 
Reelected president of K.C. Library Ass., 7:12:1; 
Gives library report, 11:21:3; 
Increase of library, 18:16:7; 
Librarian since 1998, picture, 25:19:1. 

Brees, Anton - To play on Duke carillon, 28:25:1; 
Picture, 28:27:1; 
Concludes summer program, 29:2:4; 
To play carillon at commencement, 29:30:2; 
Back for summer, 29:31:3. 

Brethall, Carl F. - Elected to Phi Beta ^ppa, 27: 18:1. 

Brewer, Captsln George A. - Picture, 14:9:2. 

Brewer, "Kid" - Football, picture, 27:11:5; 
Football cnptaln, picture, 27:11*5; 
Picture, 28:10:1; 
Picture, 28:10: 3B; 
Picture, 28:li:i; 
Wins Robert E.Lee prize, 28:32:1. 

Brewer, Mr. Nicholas R. - Chicago artist, opens exhibition on 
East Campus, 28:25:i; 
Is Chapel speaker, 28:26:1, 

Bridgers, John - Reads oaner, 18:10:5; 

Applicant for Rhodes Scholarship, 19:6:1. 

Briggs, M.Arnold - And A.M.Jordan, tennis champions, 4:9:1; 
Elected president of senior class, 4:5:1. 

Brightman, Dr. Edgar - To lecture, 24:6:1; 
Picture, 24:8:1; 
Philosopher, completes lectures here, 24:9:1. 

Brim, K.M. - !.!akes out Trinity basketball schedule, 16:13:1. 

Brltt, G. W. - Elected editor of Chanticleer, 10:25:i. 

Brogan, W.J. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 5:29:1. 

Brooks, Professor E. C. - To edit new Encyclopedia, l:27:i; 
Appointed to department of education, 3:i:i; 
Returns from educational meeting, 3:25:1; 
Is author of "The Study of History in the El. Schools," 

5:4:4; 
Speaks to Historical Society, 6:23:lp 
Issues "The Story of Cotton", 7:6:1; 
Book, "North Carolina", 7:S:i; 



Brooks, Professor E.G. (continued) 

Heads North Carolina Teachers Association, 7:13*1; 

Writes article on "dishonesty", 7:24:1; 

Has leare of absence, 9:it4;^ 

Lectures on Dr. Craven, 10:24*1* 

Writes book on "Woodrow Wilson", 12:2'1; 

Begins class on Race Question, 13^24:1. 

Brooks, E.G., Jr. - Basketball, picture, 18:17:3. 

Brookshire, Mrs, J.C. - Sponsor for business manager of the 
Chronicle, picture, 23:28:3. 

Brower, A. S. - Appointed to faculty at N.C. State, 19:7:1. 

Browers, A. S. - Business aanager of Annual, 7:i4:i. 

Brown, Arlo A. - To hkad training school, 20:2i:i. 

Brown, Dr. C.R. - Addresses Preechers Institute, 17:20:i; 
To deliver commencement address, 17:30:1; 
Speaks to students, 2i:30:i. 

Brown, Dr. F. C. - Speaks to Writer's Club on "Short Story", 

7:iO:l; 
Lectures to Y.M.C.A. , 5:4*1; 
Speaks to Fortnightly Club, 7:2i:i; 
Publishes book on "Ballads", 11:8:1; 
Lectures, 13.'17:i; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A., 14:ii:i; 
Lectures on Folklore, 15:28:1; 
Speaks in Greensboro, 16:10:1; 
Reads papers to Sigma. Upsllon, 16:i9:i; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa j 16:20:3; 
Speaks on Folklore, 16:22*4; 
Initiated into Fhl Beta Kappa, 16:24:1; 
Elected sec. and treasure of N.C. ^^olk Lore Society for 16 

th consecutive year, 22:12*1; 
Tells story of Folk Lore ^lub, 24:11 :4; 
Directs work on new structures, 24:15*4. 
O.D.K. advisor, nicture, 24:Si:i; 
Picture, 25:22*1; 

Elected vice president of O.D.K. , 25:22!1; 
Elected national O.D.K. president, 27:20:1; 
President of O.D.K., picture, 29:20:1; 
with Few and Flowers speaks at memorial services of Unlversi* 

ty's founder, 21: 5:1. 

Brown, Llrs Frank C. - V/ife of Duke Comptroller dies, 25!i:i. 

Brown, Hon. Joseph G-. - Speaks at college opening, 18: 2: 1; 
PlsLns to add to college income, 18:10:1; 
Chalrmsin of Board of Trustees, dies, 23:17:1; 



Brown, Joseph G. - Picture, 23:17:1 
Funeral services, 23:17:1; 
Eulogy by Few, W.P., 23:17:4; 
Memorial to be held on Feb. 23rd, 23:18:1; 
Eulogized, 23:19:1. 

Brown, W. A. , of Chicago - Addresses Y.M.C^A. on "New Field to 
Discover," 4:12:1 

Brown, ^.G-. - Lectures to students, 5:25:1; 
Soeaks to students, 5:26:1; 
G-lves last lecture, 5:27:1; 
Dies, 9:7:1. 

Brown, W. R. - Hesoerlan debates, 1*^:13:1; 

Wins nation-wide historical contest, 18:?4:l. 

Brownell, W. A. - Picture, 27:1:1; Appointed to faculty, 27:1:1. 

Erownlee, John - Picture, 28:10:3B; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 
Track, picture, 28:30:5; 

Football, picture, 29:1:6; 29:9B;l; 29:22:1; 29:27:6; 
Track, plctui^e, 29:29:5; 
Red rrlar, picture, 29:30:1 

Brubaker, Horace G. - Visits Duke, 28:9:1. 

Brummltt, Fred - Nominated for presidency of Student Grovernment, 
24:27:1; 
Picture, 25:2:4; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30:1^ 

Bruton, Col. J.F. - Speaks on Benefactor's Day, 11:2:3; 
Chairmaa of Board of Trustees, picture, 24:9:1; 
and Dr. W. P. Few to adc'ress alumni clubs and Board of 

Trustees, 24:24:1; 
At Medical School dedication, 27:25:1. 

Bruton, Ogden, picture, 25:2:4. 

Bruton, Paul W. - Appointed to Law School faculty, 28:32:1; 
App olnted to Law School faculty, 29:1:1. 

Bruton, Robert B. - Part\.n "!!iss Cherry Blossom? picture, 24:30:1; 
O.D.K. , oicture, 24:31:1; 
Elected president of Glee Clu" , 24:32:1; 
Lead in musical club production, picture, 25:29:1. 

Bryan, Bill - Football, picture, 28:10:1. 



Byron Kern Democratic Glut - Formed, 4:6:1; 
Holds Byron rally, 4:8:3; 
Holds Byron rally, 4:7:1. 

Bryce, Ambassador - Is visitor, 5:9:1. 

Bryson, Judge - Appointed to Law School facutly, 24:4:1. 

Buck, Morden - Taurian, picture, 24:4:1. 

Buckheit, Coach G-eor-je - Will assist Jones, Howc^rd, 20:1:4. 

Buie, Sam - Football, picture, 25:8:5. 

Buildings - Nev; dormitory soon ready for occupation, 8:6:1; 
Jarvis Dormitory ready for occupation, 8:7:1; 
(and Grounds) - Many general improvements made over campus, 

20:14:4; 
New-plans Very elaborate, 20:1S:1; 

Quality of granite to be used for new buildings tested, 20:18:4; 
Of new university are rapidly making nrogress, 22:2:1; 
Plans for new camDUS approved by officials, 23:15:1; 
Tyre, W. A. announces opening of new dormitories, 23tl6:4; 
Much r)ropress being made on new cajupus, 23:22:1. 

Bullard, Lucille !^. - Traces co-ed history of Trinity, 18:16:7. 

Bullock, E.J. - Elected caitain of basketball, 19:22:1. 

Eumposs, R.O. - Dies, 1:20:1. 

Bunch, Pardue, - Picture, 29:25:1; 
President of Y. M. C.A. , 29:26:1; 
Tapped by O.D.K., 29:30:1. 

Bundy, Sam D. - Elected president of Hesperia, 21:30:1; 
Iniated into O.D.K., 22:5:1. 

Eunn, C.S. - Elected presidnet of Y.M.C.A. , 11:22:1; 
Business Manger of Archive, 11: 29; 3. 

Burbage, Coagh J. S. - Picture, 18:l:i; 
Is welcomed to Trinity, 18: 1:4; 
Picture, 19:12:3; 
Head coach, picture, 20:26:3. 

Burdick, Edraind - Wins 9019 declamation contest, 10:13:1. 

Burrus, J.H. - To edit Chanticleer, 11:31:1. 

Burrus, Dr. J.T. - Appointed to Medical School faculty, 29:1:1 



Burt, Maxv.ell 3. - To lecture, 29:24:1. 

Burwell, John C. - Elected president of Senior Class, 24:3:1; 
Picture, 24:9:5; 
0. D. K. , picture, 24:31:1; 

Byrd - Will renresent Trnlty in r^eace contest, 8:16:3; 
V/ins first nlace in state peace contest, 8:2i:i. 

C. 

Cade, W. A. - Elected secretary of Hesoerians, 7:8:1; 
Elected Vice-president of Y.M. C.A. , 7:13:1. 

Caffey, Mr. P.J. - Lectures to students, 28:5:1. 

Cohen, f'r. Joshep - Makes anti-war speech, 29:8:1. 

Caldwell, Elizabeth - Chosen May Q,ueen by coeds, 27:19:1. 

Caldwell, E. M. - Tapped by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 
Picture, 29:22:1; 
Red FViar, picture, 29:30:1. 

Caldwell, G.B. (Jaclc) - Football, picture, 20:7:1; 20:11:4; 
Elected to Student Cornell, 20:28:1; 
Football, oicture, 21:8:4. 

Cameron, Eddie - Coaeh, jlicture, 29:17:5. 

Campbell, Mr. Fay - Sr>ealcs to students, 27il9:l. 

Campbell, R.B. - Appointed to faculty, 25:3:1. 

Campus - Landscape improved, 3:4:1; 
To be lighted, S:17:3. 

Caranus Club - G-lves vlctrola recital, 9:?.2:3; 
Sends Xmas gifts to soldiers, 13:13:1; 
Ladies to give reception for Trinity, 13:28:4. 

Candler, Coke, - Picture, 25:2:4; 

Elected president of senior class, 25:4:1; 
Picture, 25:4:1; 

Captiftin of basketball, picture, 25:13:5; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30:1. 

Cannon, James - Elected treasurer of Hesoerians, 7:8:1; 
Elected editor-in-chief of Chronicle, 8:28:1 



Cannon, Bishop James, Jr. - Speaker at Missions Institute, 18:21:1; 
Speaks on Mexico, 18:23:4; 
Is mission sneaker here, 24:21:1; 
Given recognition for "bravery (Chaplain), 14:9:2; 
Speaks to ministerial band, 15:6:4 (Prof. ) 
Sr>e^.s to Y.:!.C.A. , 15:13:1; 
Lectures on "Mexico", 15:20:1; 
Speaks to Y.M. C.A. on ""^ar", 15:23:6; 
To wed, 16:3:1; 

Weds Miss !!arsaret Fair, 16115:3; 
Spea ks on"Armistice Day Snirit", 19:9:1; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1; 
Author, 21:17:1; 
Addresses School of Religion, 29:2:1. 

Capart, Prof. Jean, eminent Belgi6ui,4- To lecture here, 20:6:1; 
Lectures on "The Tomb of Tutankhamen", 20:7:4. 

Capelli, Signer Maria - To a-^near here in concert, 25:13:1. 

Card, \V.W. - Praised for his good work, 1:20:3; 
Compiles interesting physical data, 3:11:3; 
Introduces voiley ball and soccer, 11:2:1; 
Presents annual gym exhibition, 12:29:1; 
Reveals physical orooortions of students, 13:5:1; 
Elected state chairman of American Physical Education Society, 

16:17:1; 
Biography, poem, pi rtfcure, 24:9:3^ 

Card, T.Irs. W.W. - and Mrs. Waldo to give song recital, 3:20:1; 
Entertains ?trs. ^aldo, 3:22:1. 

Carr, Julian - Married, 3 '24: 3. 

Carr, Prof. J.'V. - Added to education department, 24:1:1. 

Carden4, Frank 3. - Picutre, 29:22:1. 

Carillon neard for first tiiae, 28:17:1; 

Carlton, Blss Jane, picture, 29:17:1. 

Carlton, Jo/e - '"ins declajnation contest, 19:27:1. 

Carlitz, Prof. L. - Appointed to faculty, 29:1:1. 

Carpenter, Don - Football, picture, 28:18:1. 

Carpenter, J. D. - Elected oresident of Columlan Literary Society, 
15:15:4 

Carpenter, Jesse S. - V/^ins state ->eace congest, 15:29:3. 



Carpenter, Jesse T. - Wins Essay Award, 24:10:1. 

Carpenter, C. Ray - Elected to head Y.M.C.A. , 23:26:1; 
Elected to Red Friars, 23:31'1;, 
Y.M.C.A. president, picture, 24'i:i; 
To advise women on "Choosing Life Partner", 24:12:4; 
O.D.K., picture, 24:31:1; 
To represent Duke In debating on northern tour, 25:20:1. 

Carper, J.H. - Picture, 28:2:4; 

Elected captain of boxing team, 25:11:5. 

Carr, General Julian S. - Memorial exercises are held for 
General Csrr, 19:29:2. 

Carr, Rer. H. - Makes several talks on campus, 28:i9:i; 
Speaks to Duke students, 28:19:4. 

Carr, J.W. - Essay on "Manhood Suffrage" read to Historical 
Society, li:s:l. 

Carr, Profesor John W. - Added to faculty. Education Dent, 
22:5:3. 

Carroll, Dr. Dixon • Spe-^ke to Athena literature Society, 
10:10:1. 

Carroll, Dr.E.M. - Holds Ouggenhelm Fellowship, 24:24:4; 
Returns from research abroad, 25:3^1; 
Writes book, 28:454. 

Carruthers, Joseph - President of Junior Class, picture, 
24:6:i; 
Nominated for presidency of student government, 24:27:1; 
To represent Duke at O.D.K. convention, picture, 25:16:1; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30*1. 

Carstarphen, B.B. - Nev editor of Archive, pictiu'e, 23:32:2; 
Picture, 24:3:1; 
Editor of Archive, picture, 24:S:4. 

Carter, Barney - Picture, 19:12:3. 

Carter, Dr. F.Bayard - Added to medical school faculty, 27:15:1; 
Added to Duke Medical school, 28:3:3. 

Carter, Raymond - Elected oreslden to Duke Players for 1931-32, 
picture, 27:29:3. 

Carver, Dr.H.M. - T© lecture here, 24:16:3; 
Addresses Graduate Club, 24:17:4. 

Cash, Rosanelle - Elected i->resldent ofY.W.C.A. conference, 29:28:3; 
Tapped by V.Tiite Duchy, 29:30:1. 



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Casting, Dr. H.J. - Added to faculty, 29:i:l. 

Chaff In, Miss Nora - Elected president of Women's Student 
Government, 18:18:1. 

Chandler, Alice - Named rhl Beta Kapna, 24:ii:4. 

Chandler, A.N. - Lecture on Single Tax, 12:80:i. 

Chandler, Stuart - Picture, 29:9B:6. 

Chanticleer - Llass meeting for Annual, 7:10:1; 
Is tumdd down by seniors, 7:10:i; 
Plans go forward, 7:12:1; 
Board begins work., 7:13:1; 
Now In press, 7:23:1; 
Editor outlines new volvime, 9:31:1; 
Brltt, G.W. elected new editor, 10:25:1; 
Dedicated to Professor Pegram, 11:30:1; 
J.H.Burrus, editor; H. C.West, bus, mgr, li:3i:i; 
Saved by student rally, 12:5:1; 
Dedicated to Professor R.L. Flowers, 12:23:1; 
To be suspended, 13:17:1; 
Dedicated to J. B. Duke, 15:18:1; 
Dedicated to President W. P.Few, 16:5:1; 
H.C. Sprinkle, editor; 0. A. Robeson, bus, mgr. ,17:30:1; 
Photographer says modern women are rarely ugly, 24:10:6; 
To be edited by Pope and managed by Llnebnck, 24:30:1; 
To be edited by ^anes and majiaged by Andrews, 25:29:1; 
Has Paul Garner and M.K.Green as editor and business manager 

for next year, 27:27:1; 
Receives nress award, 29:29:1; 
Staff announced by Gordon Townley, 29:30:7. 

Chapel - Preslden t W. P. Few speaks at laylrtg cornerstone of 
new char>el, 27:5:1; 
Majestic organ bought for chapel, 27:16:1; 
Carillon now being made, 27:17:4; 
Ranks with finest gothlc structure, picture, 29:1:7. 

Chapell, Dr. Ashley - To hold revival at Trinity, 19:10:1; 
Cpens revival, 19:13:1; 
Brings revivals to dramatic close, 19:l4:i. 

Chapman, ^enry - Killed In automobile accident, picture, 
27:4:1;. 

Chappell, Dr. G.G. - To hold revival here, 15:15:1; 
Conducts revival here, 15:16:1; 
Closes revival, 15:17:1; 
To sneak at commencement, 15:29:1. 



Chase, Dr. ^arry W. - U.N.C.prexy, to speak to PM Beta Kappa, 
24:27:1; 
Speaks here, 24:28:1. 

Cheerleaders - Don G-lassll elected head cheer leader, pic- 
ture, 25:24:1. 

Chemisty Club - Chemist organize club, 15:15:1; 
Elect K.L.Elmore president, 16:19^3; 
Dr.Paul Gross lectures, 19:17:1; 
Dr. Epperson lectures, 19:22:1: 
Dr. Prank E.PJ.ce speaks, 2i:23'l. 

Chemistry ^ent. - Receiving national recognition, 24:10:1. 

Cheyney, Dr.E.P. - Speaker for Civic celebration, 10:17:1; 
Sneaker for Civic celebration, 10:19:1. 

Chi Tau - National fraternity disbands, 25:13:1. 

Childs, B.C-. - Appointed to fadulty, 20:2:1. 

Christenbury, lUss Elva - Appointed to physical training force, 
18:2:1. 

Chronicle - Special N.C. Student Conference edition, 2:21:1; 
W.H. Sanders is editor, 2:32:1; 
By laws approved by societies, 4:4:1; 
Versus Archive, 5:27:1; 

Jaiaes Cannon is elected editor-in-chief, 8:28:1; 
Staff to be chosen by competition, 9:2:1; 
R. T.Lucas, business manager, resigns, 9:19:2; 
C.R.Edwards is new business manager, 9:20:1; 
Picture of Chronicle governing board, 10:18:1; 
R.M. Johnston will edit 1916 Chroniclds, 10:28:1; 
J.C.Bagss elected manager, li:2l:i; 
Banks Arendell, editor; John Baggs, business manager, 

ll:3l:l; 
P;L. Sample is new business manager of Chronicle, 12:29:1; 
H.W.Kendall elected new editor, 12:29:1; 
Joins state press association, 16:17:1; 
^as R.D.Ware and B. I. Satterfleld as editor and business 

manager, 16:28:3; 
W.H.Lander, editor; J.O.Sanderson, bus. mgr. , 17:30:1; 
J.D. Secrest is editor for 1923-24, 18:30:1; 
Chronicle sponsors: Frances Lander, Nannie Russell, 

pictures, 18:30:1; 
Editor's snonsor, Mr. J.F. Shinn, picture, 20:30:1; 
Business managers 's soonsor, '■r. D. W. Long, oicture, 

20:30:1; 
Has seen twenty years of service, 21:13:1; 
Snonsor: I'rs J. C.Brookshlre, picture, 23:28:3; 
Sponsor for editor: I'lrs T.E.Wagg, picture, 23:28:3; 



Chronicle (continued) 

Receives N.C.C.P.A. cup for being "best college paper In N. C. 
In 1926-27, 23:30:i; 

Representative, H.L.Hester, to N.C.C.P.A. elected presi- 
dent, 23:30:1; 

To be edited by H.L.Hester, 23:31:1; 

To be managed by H.L.Blvens, 23:31:1; 

History, 24:12:2; 

AdjHdged best college newspaper in state for second con- 
successive year by N.C.C.P.A., 24:29:1; 

Editor's sponsor: -'rs, J.L.Hester; Business "Manager's 
sponsor: I^lrs Alice Bivens, pictxires, 24:29:3; 

To be edited by R. H Ellison and managed by I.E. Harris, 
24:30:i; 

Awarded cup by N.C.C.P.A. for having best college newspaper 
in state', 25:27:1; 

Sponsors: Mrs. I. E. Hanfiis and Mrs. S.M. Ellison, pictures, 
' 25:28:3; 

To be edited by Lippard and managed by Rousseau, 25:29:1; 

Edward Thomas and John ''inter are editor and business 
manager for coming year, 27:27:1; 

Mrs. C. H.Li vengood sponsoring 1930-31 Chronicle, 27:30:2; 

Now in 27th year of opeaation, 28:21:1; 

Sponsors: Mrs. E.B. Thomas and Mrs J.E.Mlnter, pictures, 
28:32:2; 

Sponsor: Hiss 'I. R. ftlnter, picture, 29:31:3. 

Civic - Celebration held, 3:21:1; 
Celebration day, 5:19:1; 
Annual civic celebration to be held, 8:17:1. 

Clairbert, Clare - To sing here, 28:13:1; 

Appears before large audience, 28:14:1; 

And Doris Kenyon return to Duke for concert, 29:5:1. 

Clark, J.B. - Picture, 29:22:1. 

Clark, R. T. - Added to faculty, 29:1:1. 

Clarke, Miss Blanche H. - Elected to Fhl Beta Kappa, 22:9:1. 

Clarke, David S. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 

Classes - Class of 1914 fills many good positions, 10:i:4; 
Senior class of 1915 holds first meeting, 10:2:1; 
Class of 1917 elects J.R.Smith senior president, 12:2:1; 
Henry P.Cole elected senior president, 16:3:1; 
Howard P.Powell elected freshman president, 16:4:1; 
J.L.Jackson elected senior president by the class of 

1923, 18:3:5; 
J.J.Farriss elected senior president of class of 1925, 

20:4:1; 



Classes (continued) 

Class of 1927 elects FYirman McLarty as ^resident, 

22:3:1; 
Juniors hold first official school dance, 23:18:1; 
Class of 1929 elects Coke Candler as senior president, 

25:4:1; 
Class of 1930 elects "Lefty" Jenkins as ijunlor oresldent, 

25:5:1; 
Class of 19S4 elects Carl Shock as senior oresldent, 

29:26:1; 
Class of 1936 elects William Klove as sooh nresldent, 

29:27:1;. 

Class Songs - 1907 class song written by H. E. Spence, 2:18:3. 

Classical Club - Initiates, 10:11 :2; 

Hears soeech by H.L.Davis, 16:11:2; 

Hears Dr.Peppler talk on "Labyrinth of Crete", 18:16:3; 

Is oldest deoartmental society, 29:23:5. 

Clay, Coach - Elected basketball coach, 10:ii:l. 

Clegg, W.L. - Hesperian debater, 18:13:1; 

Delivered oration at Hesperian meeting, 19:26:4. 

Clement, ^^anes - Tapped by V/hlte Duchy, 29:30:i. 

Coaches - Bob Doak to coach basketball, 11: 10:1; 
"Chick" Doak to coach basketball, 12:11:1; 
Frank Llanush Is new baseball coach, 12:19:1; 
Floyd J. E^an Is new football caach, 16:1:1; 
Coach Stelner tutors squad In mountains, 18:i:i; 
Coach J. S. Burgage, picture, 18:l:i; 
Coach J. S. Burbage comes to Trinity, 18:1:4; 
Trinity has new coaching staff headed by Howard Jones, 

20 : 1 : 1 ; 
Coach George Euckhelt will assist Howard Jones, 20:1:4; 
Coach toward Jones to coach at U. of So. California next 

year, 20:16:1; 
Coach Howard Jones sends In resignation, 20:18:1; 
Coach "Bill" Ealley to coach at arvard, 20:20:1; 
Coach "Big Jim" Baldwin comes to talk with officials, 

20:21:3; 
N.I.White, tennis, picture, 20:26:3; 
J. S. Burbage, olcture, 20:26:3; 
James F. Herron to coach football rs substitute for De ^art 

In 1925, 20:27:1; 
James De Hart to coach football In 1926, 20 : 27:1; 
James De Hart, picture, 20:28:1; 
James F. Herron, football, picture, 20:28:1; 
James De Hart, picture, 22:8:5; 

luonk Younger, Davidson head coach, picture, 22:10:6; 
Coach Tllson to develop boxing team at Duke, 23:21:5; 



Coaches (continued) 

Jack Coombs, baseball, picture, 25t25t5; 

Tony Longo, new golf coach, 25:27:5; 

Wallace V/ade assumes duties here as athletic director 
and head coach, 27:15:1; 

Carl Voyles to be football coach next year, 27:15:1; 

Fred 31ngton comes here as asslststnt freshman coach, 
27:16:3; 

Wade and Coombs speak In Graqtland Rice sports re- 
view, 27:22:1; 

Add V/arren succeeds Til so as boxing and wrestling 
coach, TDlcture, 27:26:3; 

Pic Vore of coaching staff, 29:9B:3. 

Coburn Players - Coming, 6:19:1; 
To come in May, 11:23:1; 
To present Shakespeare plays, 11:28:1. 

Cochrsm, Judge H. C. - Will speak to Duke Bar Association, 
29 : 9 : 1 ; 
Speaks to Bar Association on crime, 29:10:6. 

Co-eds - Visit Hesperla Loclety, 2:25:1; 
Entertain team, 5:24:1; 
Glre party, 14:13:1; 

Many upperclassmen co-eds leave school, 24:14:1; 
Organize string club, 24:17:1; 
Plan for May Day, 24:17:3; 
Diary made nubile, 24:17:3; 
First co-ed ball to be held, 27:17:1; 
Model gowns from Sodey to Ziegfeld, pictures, 29:27:3. 

Coeducation - Luclle M. Bullard traces co-educatlonal history, 
18:16:7. 

Coffin, President H. S. - To complete series of biblical lectures, 
25:2i:i. 

Coker, Dr.W. C. - Speaks at Science Club function, 18:22:6. 

Cole, "Chin" - Wrestling captain, picture, 27:13:3. 

Cole, ^-enry P. - Elected president of senior class, 16:3:1. 

Cole, J.N. - Announces Crlee Club practise, 4:7:1; 
And Holland Hoi ton, picture, 2:14:1; 
And Liartln chosen as debaters in ^anderbllt contest, 2:6:1. 

Cole, Miss L. C. - Elected to ?hl Beta Kappa, 17:18:6. 

College Directory - 6:10:3. 

College Offices - Now In new building, 7:24:1. 



year, 9:15:1; 
T. Laprade, 



Colvimbla Literary Society - Hesperian versus Columbian, 1:1:1; 
And Hesneria hold election, 1:3:1; 
Have reunion, 1:17:2; 
And Hesnerlans meet Jointly, 2:13:3; 
Elects officers, 2:15:4; 
Elects officers, 2:25:2; 
Defeats "esoerians, 2:30:1; 
Hold election, 3:15:4; 

And Hesoeria L.S. to have debate, 3:23:1; 
Elects officers, 3:23:2; 
Are defeated by "^es-nerians, 3:32:1; 
Have preliminary debate, 3:26:3; 
Defeated by Hesperians, 4:31:1; 
Holds election, 5:22:1; 
Lose to Hesoerians in debate, 6:29:1; 
And Hesoeria try open house debating, 7:12:1; 
Elect officers, 7:16:1; 
And ^esneria have meeting, 8:2:1; 
Selected their debating team, 8:12:1; 
Award medals, 8:29:1; 

State Peace Contest to be continued this 
Addressed by President Jackson and Dr. W. 
Strive to get new men, 10:2:4; 
Initiates freshmen, 10:5:1; 

Choses Gw^n, Cline, and Jordan as debaters, 12:11:1; 
Holds meeing with Hesperla, 13:2:1; 
Wins over Hesperia in debate, 13:15:1; 
Takes in new men, 15:3:1; 
Reception held, 15:9:1; 
Preliminary debate held, 15:11:1; 
Wins annual debate from ftesnerla, 15:15:1; 
J. D. Carpenter elected president, 15:15:4; 
R.A.Smith elected president, 15:21:1; 
J.W. Hathcock elected president, 15:28:4; 
Debating team is made un of Grlgg, Jackson, and Lafler, 

16:12:3; 
Wins debate from Hesperia, 16:15:1; 
Wins intersociety debate, 17:14:3; 
W. (rrigg is elected president of society, 18: 
Hears address by C.G.Llm on "World Peace", 
Takes in 38 new raen, 19:3:3; 
C.H.King is elected^ nresident, 19:10:4; 
Chooses J. P. Boy as president, 20:9:4; 
To hold reception, 24:ii:5; 
Agree on Phillinine Independence for annual debate, 

24:12:1; 
Dr. Paul Monroe is sneaker, 28:8:1; 
Dean Justin Miller speaks, 28:24:1. 



8:1; 
18:li:4; 



Coman, J.H. - Appointed to faculty, 12:1:1. 
Combs, Dr.G.R. - Speaks at vespers, 28:16:1. 



Commencement - Program completed, 1:7:1; 

Address by Hon. David J. Brewer, 2:18:1; 

Officers, 2:20:1; 

Program detailed, 2:33:4; 

Program, 4:21:1; 4:32:1; 

Program planned, 5:28:1; 

Faculty committee formiilates new plans, 7:18:1; 

Address to be delivered by Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, 7:21:1; 

Rear-admiral Robert E. Peary to deliver address, 8:22:1; 

Distinguished speakers announced, 9:26:1; 

Wolfe, Dr. J. J. dies at coiomencement, 15:1:1; 

Big program planned for cora-nencement, 19:26:1; 

Brees, Anton to play carillon, 29:30:2. 

Commencement Speakers - King, President H. C. to preach commence- 
ment sermon, 9:28:1; 

Wister, Owen to deliver address, 10:22:1; 

Lee, Rev. James to preach sermon, 10:22tl; 

Randall, Dr. J. H. to give sermon, 11:29:1; 

Kllgo, Bishop to give Baccalaureate, 11:29:1; 

Folf, Gov. to be speaker, 11:29:1; 

Montogoraery, Dr. J. S. to preach sermon, 12:27:1; 

Holt, Hamilton to make commencement address, 12:27:1; 

McCall, (k»v. 3. W. to deliver address, l.'^:?7:l; 

Black, Dr. Hugh to deliver sermon, 13:27:1; 

Hughes, Bishop E. H. to deliver sermon, 15:29:1; 

Chappel, Dr. C. G. to soeak, 15:29:1; 

Egan, Hon. Maurice P. to deliver address, 15:29:1; 

Hitchcock, G-en. G. M. , 16:26:1; 

Stevenson, Dr. J. R. to give sermon, 16:27:3; 

Darlino;, Bishop to give Baccalaureate address, 16:27:3; 

Norwood, Dr. Frederick W. to sneak sermon, 17:17:1; 

Moore, Bishop J.M. to deliver Baccalaureate, 17:30:1; 

Brown, Dean Charles R. to deliver address, 17:30:^; 

Connor, Ralph may be soealier at next commencement, 18:1S;1; 

Macfaydr-n, Dr. Dugal, Dobbs , Bisnoo H. Mc W. and Faunce, 
Dr. W.H.P. , 18:28:1; 

Macfayden, Dr. Dugal, and Dobbs, Bishop, D.M. to speak, 18:30:1; 

Ford, Henry suggested for nex* commencement speaker, 19:7:3; 

Jones, Rev. Stanley to speak, 20:30:1; 

Blackwell, R. E. to speak, 20:30:1; 

Blackwell, R. E. sneaks on "lieing Afraid to Think", 20:31:1; 

Little, Rev. will preach baccalaureate sermon, 21:29:1; 

Robinson, Sen. T. T. to deliver address. 21:29:1; 

Goodell, Dr. Charles S. to give baccaulaureate address, 21:30:1; 

Llttlejohn, M. W. , New York attorney, to deliver address, 
23:30:1; 

Lew, Dr. T. T. to oreach sermon, 23:31:1; 

Russel, Dr. Elbert ooens commencement with Baccalaureate 
address, 23:32:1; 

Lew, Dr. T. T. addresses seniors, 23:32:1; 

Flint, Dr. Charles P. And Shannon, Dr. F. S. , 24:28:1; 



Commencement speakers - Flint, Charles W. , Chancellor of Syracuse 

University to soeak, 24:32:1; 
McConnell, Blshon J. F. to deliver sermon, ?5:30:1; 
George, Sen. ?.'. F. to deliver address, 25:30:1; 
Thompsen, Dr. Huston, to deliver commencement address, 27: 30: J; 
Rogers, J.G-. to deliver address, Newton, J.F. to deliver 

S'=rmon, 28:29:1; 
Rogers, J.G. and Newton, J.^. to speak, pictures, 28:31:1; 
Stamp, Sir J. C. to deliver address, 29:2*7:1; 
Rice, Rev. M.S. to de'lver sermon, olcture, 29:27:1; 
Rice, Rev. M.S. And Stamp, Sir J.G. to speak, 29:30:2^ 

Commonwealth Club - Lanrade, Dr. 'V.T. spealcs, 10:3:1; 
Glasson, Dr. W.H. spealcs, 10:8:1. 

Comnton, Dr. A. H. , ohysicist - Speaks here, 25:27:1^ 

Coapton, Dr. C.T. - Will soealt on N. C. Physicists Collooulum, 
29:13:4. 

Corns took, Miss E. Mc V. - Speaks on Southgate, 17:8:1; 
Connally, Julian - To manage Archive, 25:29:1. 

Concert - Bisohom, David, 16:8:1; 
Russian symnhony, 16:26:1; 
Balcer, Kiss Elsle-Chinqullla, Rrlncess, and the TolleCson Trio 

offer concert series, 18:9:5; 
Warren, L!lss Rosa, 13:16:2; 

Wymon, !/.is3 Lorraine, folk lore singer, 18:17:5; 
Hamnton Institute negroes, 18:19:4; 
Zlmmer Harn Trlsi concert, 20:8:1; 
Welsh singers, 20:25:1; 
Capelll, Signer Mario, 25113:1; 
English slnp,ers, 25:16:1; 
ITryl's concert band, ^7:2:1; 
Paderweskl, 27:6:1; 87:7:3; 
Rabe, "^s Allen T, -o^^rano, 27:8:1; 
Paderewski, Ignaz, 27:12:1; 27:14:1; 
Raleigh Male Chorus, 27:14:1; 
Haranton auartette here, 27:18:1; 
I'alitores, Mr. & "rs. , 27:21:1; 

Royal Russians chorus, 27:21:1; picture, 27:22:1; 
Royaly Russian Chorus popular here, 27:23:1; 
Hunter, Nell, colored soloist, 27:87:1; 
Kenyan, Doris, 29:11:1. 

Conference track stars - Picture, 29:20:3. 

Connor, R.D.W. - Addresses civic celebration, 9:18:3; 
Addresses on city gov rnment, 9:20:1. 

Connor, Ralph - May be commencement speaker, 18:19:1. 



Conrade, L. E. - Winner of thousand dollar contest, now a student 
at Duke, Sl:l:l. 

Cooke, Morris L. - Industrial engineer visits camous, 27:19:1. 

Coombs, Eabfcy - Picture, 29:23:8; 29:27:6. 

Coombs, Coach Jack - Baseball coach, nlcture, 25:25:5; 
Sr>eaks over radio, 25:27:4; 

Sneaks in Gmntland Rice soorts review, 27:22:1; 
Picture, 29:23:8. 

Cope, Dr. H. F. - Speaks to students, 10:15:1. 

Coneland, Rachel - Elected Women's Student Government oresldent, 
24:22:1; 
Picture, 24:22:1; 

Installed as president of '.Voraen's Student Sovernment, 24:27:1; 
Elected to '.Tnite Duchy, 24:30:1; 
Campus leader, picture, 25:2:4; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kapoa, 25:11:1. 

Corwln, Edwin S. - To speak here at International Relation Conference, 
27:18:1. 

Cosmppolitan Club - Formed by foreigners at Duke, 21:26:3. 

Cotton, Dr. v/.G.H. - Added to faculty, l6:l:l; 
To make tour of Europe, 24:30:4; 
Dies of heart attack, 29:1:1. 

Cowles, Dr. - A world famous scientific lecturer to spetik here, 
19:22:4; 
Lectures on "Why Science Aids Culture", 19:23:1. 

Cowper, TVs. F.A.G-. - Soeaks to Athena about feminism, 14:16:2; 
Sneaks to Historical Society (Dr.), 15:7:2; 
Writes book, Italian Folk Tales and Folk Son^s, 18:8:4; 
Sneaks at Sigma Upsilon meeting, 16:8:5; 
Granted leave, 24:5:1; 
Returns after year in Europe, 25:2:1, 

Cox, Bob - Picture, 29:2:5; 29:9B:5. 

Craft, E. F. - New editor of Chronicle, 13:28:1. 

Craighead, E.E. - Pays tribute to Kllgo, 5:25:4. 

Crane, Dr. Kenry H. - To give seriesf of sermons here, picture, 
29:ll:l 



Cranford, Dr. W.I. - Sneaks to Y.Y.G.A. , 1:10:2; 
Soeaks to Y.M.':'.A. , 3:10:1; 



Addresses Y !' 
Sneaks to Y.M 
Sneaks to Y.!.! 
Addresses Y.?' 



-^.A. , 4:ll:l; 

C.A. on "Influence", 7:10:1; 

C.A., 10:3:3; 

C.A. on "Forward Loop of Kan", 11:2:1; 
Long "ith University, 24:11:4; 
Picture, 28:17:4. 



Craven, Urs. Irene - Dies, 1:18:3. 

Craven, Dr. Leslie - To Join law faculty, picture, 28:16:1; 
Appointed to Lew School faculty, 29:1:1; 
Flays present teaching system of law schools, 29:22:1; 
Speaks to Duke Bar Association, picture, 29:23:2. 

Cavers, Mr. David - Appointed to Law School faculty, 27:23:1. 

Craven, Rev. R.G. - AddrP9ses Y.M.C.A. , 9:23:4. 

Crawford, Miss Aanie LoulSe - Picture, 19129:1. 

Crawford, Fred - Picture, 28:10:1; 

Football, picture, 29:1:5; 29:9B:2:29:27:6. 

Crawford, L. '■'/. - Inlated into Phi Beta Kapna, 18:20:1. 

Crawford, Major M. - In charge of R.O.T.C., 14:15:1. 

■fci 
Crav.ford, T.B. - Iniated into Red Friars, 16:30:1. 

Crawford, W.J. - Snoke to Y.M.C.A., 14:20:1. 

Creecy, Col. - Comments, 1:6:2. 

Croissant, Dr. Dewitt - Lectures on snelling, 11:14:1. 

Crona, Gerald - To ddit Archive, 25:29:1. 

Crook, C.E. - Elected nresident of Hesperian Literary Society, 
5:22:1. 

Crowell, Dr. John F. - Speaks, 2:26:1; 

Receives Dr. of Laws degree from Trinity, 13:2:1; 

Sneaks to New York Alumni on "Freedom of Thought and Worlds 

Vision", 20:22:1; 
Addresses 9019 members at banauet, 23:19:1; 
Picture, 24:25:1; 
Dies, 28:1:1; 
President of Trinity, picture, 29:16:4. 



Crowell Scientific Society - lecture by Cunningham, Dr. Bert, 
18:9:5; 
Lecture by Patterson, Dr. of University of North Carolina, 

18:14:1; 
Meets, 19:4:3; 

Heck, Dr. C.?!. sfoke, 19:6:3; 
Gross, Dr. Paul sneaks on "Chemical ''Varfare", 19:13:1. 

Crum, Dr. '%son - Soeaks to freshmen, 28:10:1; 
Studies student difficulties, 39:26:2. 

Crute, Fritz, - Picture, 17:9:3; 

Basketball player, picture, 18:17:3. 

Culbrett, J. I.I. - and C.J. Harrell are chosen to s>->eak for Founders' 
Day medal, 2:29:4. 

Culbreth, T.F. - Picture, 25:2:4; 
Elected to 0. D. K. , 25:31:1. 

Culp, "Hank" - Football, picture, 20:11:4; 

Captain of wrestling team, picture, 23:20:5; 24:20:5; 
Tries for Olymnic team, 24:21:5. 

Culp, I'lss Mary Alice - From M.C.C.W. , picture, 25:9:1. 

Cunninggin, J. L. - of Vandrrbilt, sneaks to Y.V.C.A. , 4:26:3. 

Cunningham, Dr. Bert - Makes imoortsnt discovery, 11:P,2:1; 
Elected to faculty, 13:1:1; 
Lectures on "Turtles", 16:5:1; 

Lectures to members of Crowell Scientific Society, 19:9:5; 
Sneaks to Educational Convention, 19:6:3; 
Elected ^resident of N. C. Academy of Science, 21:28:1^ 

Cunnlngglm, T^errlman - Duke applicant for Rhodes Scholarship, 29:6:6: 
Duke re-^resentative for Rhodes Scholarship, 29:12:1; 
Duke graduate student gets Rhodes Schotalr award, Picture, 

29:13:1; 
Tapped by O.D.K., 29:30:1. 

Curry, H. D. - Third Duke Stu< >nt killed in auto accident In two 
weeks, ^^Icture, 27:6:1. 

Curtis, Dr. W.C. - noted University of Missouri scientist, sneaks 
here, 27:15:1. 

Cutchln, Miss Anne Lee, - Picture, 29:29:1. 

O. 

Dana, William J. - Appointed to faculty, 29:1:1; 

Named president of N. C. engineer group, 29:18:7; 
Picture, 29:16:7. 



D. 

Dance Band - Duke Blue Devil orchestra, olcture, 23:19:4; 
Blue Devils to play In Belgium this summer, 35:23:1; 
Kassel, Art signed for dances by Pan«Hellenlc, 29:16:1. 

Dances - Final ball schedule TBor season annoum^ed, 10:21:1; 
Students vote on campus dances, ?2:10:1; 
Hajorlty of students "tote for cainpus dances, 22:11:1; 
First official school dance held for Juniors, 23:18:1. 

Daniel, D.'W. - Picture, 3:26:1. 

Daniel, G. M. - and G. W.Vlck to debate Sev;anee, 4:25:2. 

Daniel, Helen - Tanped by 'T ite Duchy, 29:30:1. 

Daniel, J. M. - --akes address, 3:2:1. 

Daniels, Josephus - To ppeak at Seventh N.C.P.A. Convention, 
picture, 19:9:1. 

Darling, Blshoo - To give Baccalaureate address at commencement, 
16:27:3. 

Davis, H.L. - Speaks to Classical Club, 16:11:2. 

Davis, Miss Ruth - Picture, 29:28:1. 

Davis, Wade - Kurt in auto collision, 29:9:1. 

Davison, Dr. 'Vilbur C. - To head medical school, 23:17:1; 
New dean of Medical School, picture, 23:20:3; 
Predicts great future, 33:22:1; 
Picture, 23:32:7; 

Outlines Medical School plans, 24:8:4; 
Addresses Phi Sigma, 24:14:6; 
and McDougall , Dr. Wm. conduct clasres through insane 

hospital at Raleigh, 24:25:1; 
To sneak to Co-ed class, 24:32:1; 

Heads I/edical School as it enters first year, 25:3:2; 
S'^aks st medical congiress, 27:15:1; 
Srjcaks to seniors, 27:22:3; 
Sneaks on medical profession, 28:16:1. 

Dawson, Robert CJ. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 22:9:1; 

Dawson, Dr. W.G. - G-ives Baccalaureate address, 5:29:1. 

Dean, Dayton - Picture, 25:2:4; 

Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 25:31:1. 



Debating - 'i'rlnlty wina debate against Vanderbllt, 1:2:1; 

Trinity debates Tenn., 2:28:1; 

Colunbians defeat Hesperlans, 2'30:1; 

S.Merbln wins s4plmore debate, 2:32:1; 

Horton and Herbln to represent fi'inlty against Van- 
derbllt, 3:8:1; 

norton and Herbln to represent Trinity In debating at 
Vanderbllt, 3^19:3; 

Vanderbllt defeats Trinity in debate, 3:20:i; 

Columbia and Mesperia to have debate, 3«23«1; 

Hesperlans hold prelimAnary debate, 3^25:1; 

Columbians have preliminary debate, 3:26:3; 

Trinity defeats Tenn. 3:27:1; 

Sopri?riore debate announced by Dr. Mims, 3:28:1; 

Hesperlans defeat Columbians, 3:32:1; 

Trinity to debate Sewan\ee, 4:i2:l; 

Trinity and Sewanee to debate Federal Board of Arbltr;tion, 
4:15:1; 

Daniel and Vlck cnosen to debate Sewanee, 4:25:2; 

SewanHee defieats Trinity, 4:26:1; 

J.E.*lalock wins sophmore debate, 4:31:1; 

Hesperlans defeat Columbians, 4:31:1; 

hesperlans and Columbians try open house debating, 
7:12:1; 

Trinity versus South "-"arolina, 7:21:1; 

Trinity lost to U. of g.C in debate, 7:22:1; 

Inter-society debate held, 7:24:1; 

Trinity defeats Swarthinore , 7:27:1; 

Inter-society debate won by hesperlans, 7:30:1; 

Columbians and "esperlane, have selected tnelr debating 
teams, 8:12:1; 

Trinity wins final debate with Swarthnore, 8:21:1; 

Trinity wins from U. ofi S.C, 8:24:1; 

E. 8. Savage wins sophmore debate prize, 8:24:6; 

Trinity to debate University of South Carolina, 9:8:1; 

Wasnlngton and i^ee to meet trinity, 9:10:1; 

Varsity debating preliminaries held, 9:14:1; 

Varsity teams complete, 9:19:1; 

Sopnmores to debate Panama '^anal Tolls Query, 9:22:1; 

Trinity versus Wasnlngton and ^ee in debate, 9:22:1; 

South Carolines final appA'ance in debate, 9:23:1; 

Trinity won first of series with '.7. And L. , 9:23:1; 

Trinity wins over South Carolina in debate, 9:24:1; 

Rules established for awarding debaters "T", 9:29:1; 

Debate council holds important session, 10:10:1; 

Both societies hold debate preliminaries, 10:12:1; 

Debate Council has Interesting session, 10:14:1; 

Annual inter-society debate won by HesT^erians, 10:16:1; 

Swarthnore debate rreliralnary held, 10:18:3; 

Swarthmore wins in debate with Trinity, 10:22:1; 

Sophnores have preliminary debate, 10:23:4; 

M.C.West is winner of sophmmore debate, 10:29:1; 



Debating (continued) 

Team of Brady, Grlgg, and Allen to debate Swarthraore. 

11:20:1; 
Team of Shelton, G-reenberg, and Matthews defeat W. and L. 

11:21:1; 
Team beats Swarthraore, 11:25:1; 

Varsity team: David Irady and W.W.Matthews, 12:17:1; 
Inter-soclety debaters chosen, 13:12:1; 
W. and L. and Swarthraore to debate, 13:19:1; 
Debaters chosen, 13:21:1; 

Trinity wins over Washington and ^ee In debate, 13:24:1; 
Trinity defeats Swarthraore In debate, 13:25:1; 
Trinity to debate with Swarthraore, 14:3:1; 
Inter-soclety debate to be on "Railroad Control" 

14:9:1; 
Trinity to debate Swarthraore College, 14:12:1; 
Debaters selected by inter-soclety, 14:12:1; 
Hesperian winner in 27th annual debate, 14:14:1; 
Varsity teara: A.H.Gwyn and H. P. Newman, 12:15:1; 
Swarthraore defeats Trinity in debate, 14:16:1; 
Trinity to debate Washington and Lee, 14:18:1; 
Trinity to debate W.ancJj.., 14:23:1; 

Prelirainarles for inter-soclety debate scheduled, 15:10:3; 
Swarthraore debate to be held here, 15:13:1; 
Trinity to debate Emory, 15:16:1; 
Trinity to debate Swarthraore, 15:18:1; 

Trinity again wins 3rd series from Swarthraore, 15:23:4; 
Trinity to debate Emory, 15:23:5; 
Trinity defeats Eraory, 15:28:1; 

Team chosen: H.T.Lefler, S.M.Holton, J.H.Sraall, G.D.Har- 
raon, H.C. Sprinkle, R.D.Ward, J.L.Jackson, and Claude Grlee 
16:16:2; ^^' 

Duke defeats Richmond, 16:21:1; 
Swarthraore and R^lchraond defeated, 16:22:4; 
Trinity teara to debate Swarthraore, Emory, Richmond, and N.Y. 

U., 17:14:1; 
Women to have debate council, 17:14:3; 
Team: H.J. herring, R.D.Ware, 1. I.Satterf leld, W.O.Grlec 

and I. S.B.Fisher, 17:16:1; 
Team of Grlgg Satterfleld, Irady, Herring, and Fisher 

defeat Richmond, 17:18:1; 
Teara of Small and West to debate N.Y.U., 17:20:1; 
Teara of Grlgg, Satterfleld, and *rady beaten by Swarth- 
raore, 17:20:1; 
Teara of West and Smll to debate N.Y.U., 17:23:1; 
Team of West and Snail defeated by N.Y.U., 17:25:1; 
Trinity's record, 17:25:1; 

Teara of Sprinkle, Ware, and Herring defeat Eraory, 17:26:1; 
Trinity debating teara to raeet Swarthraore, N.Y.U., and 

Eraory, 13:6:3; 
W.R.lrown, J.R.Kllllan, and W.L.Clegg of Hesperla to de- 
bate T.I.Bradley, L.L.Wall, and G.CErwln of Columbia. 
18:13:1; 

Columbia L.S^ defeats ^esperla in debate over bonus ques- 



Debating (continued) 

Tom Bradley, J.L.Jackson, and L.S.lrady leave to meet 

N.Y.U. and Swarthmore, 18:21:4; 
N.Y.U. defeats Duke debaters, 18:23:1; 
Duke debaters defeat Swarthmore, 18:23:1; 
Trinity debaters defeat Davidson, 19:26:1; 
Forensic teams have made a great record, 19:27:2; 
Wake Forest wins over Trinity in debate, 19:28:1; 
Duke and W.and L. to debate in Lexington, 21:13:1; 
Duke to debate Washington and Lee, 21:26:1; 
Duke team beats Oxford, 22:6:1; 
Oxford first debating opponent, 24:9:5; 
Season opens against Oxford, 24:10:1; 
Oxford debaters defeat D\ike, 24:11:1; 
Charles Livengood, J.I.Morgan, and N.M.Johnson selected 

as ttesperia debate team, 24:14:6; 
Duke to debate West Virginia, 24:18:1; 
Debaters to meet Alabama, Rutgers, and Swarthmore, 

24:20:1; 
Debaters start southern tour, 24:22:}; 
Debaters down Rutgers and Alabama, 24:24:1; 
Team goes south to meet Emory, Alabama, and lirmingham 

Southern. 24:26:1; 
Duke teams beat Emory, 25:24:1; 

Duke team defeats Princeton and Mercer, 25:25:1; 
Duke team beats South Carolina and harvard, 25:26:1; 
Duke tefiim beats lirmingham Southern, 25:27:1; 
John A.Jenkins to represent Duke in debating, 28:19:1; 
Arthur Koffler to represent Duke in debating, 28:19:1; 
Lawson Knott ready for Tulane debate, 29:19:1; 
Team of Gregory and McLean to meet Princeton, 29:24:1; 
Team to meet ^eorgia Tech, 29:26:1; 
Team triumphant on northern trip, 29:28:1. 

Declamation "-"ontest - Edmund lurdick wins contest, 10:13:1; 
Announced by 9019, 10:6:1; 
A.P.Wiggins, 11:13:1; 
Wlllin Babbitt wins contest, 12:13:1; 
M.O.Epstlen wins contest, 13:12:1; 
William tr.Head wins contest, 15:12:1; 
S.L.»lanton, 17:12:1; 

Many high schools enter 9019 Dec. contest, 18:23:1; 
Harold Aycock wins contest, 18:24:1; 
Joe Auten wins contest, 20:26:1; 
Thurraan Troxler wins contest, 25:23:1. 

De Hart, James - Coach of football, picture, 20:28:1; 
Takes active cnarge, 21:14:3; r 

Picture, 22:8:5; 
Picture, 23:32:7; 
Picture, 24:3:5:. 

Dein, Harry L. - Elected into Phi leta Kappa, 29:7:1. 



Delta Phi Alpha - (Jrants cnarter to German Club here, 
27:30:1; 
Dean D.M.Arnold speaks, 29:6:6;. 

Delta Sigma Phi - Has installation, 15:16:1. 

Delta Tau Delta - Cnapter to be established here soon, 
24:1:4; 
Will establish cftapter here, 25:1:1; 
To establish cnapter here, 25i3:l; 
To install cnapter at Diike 25:12:1; 
Install local in national chapter, 25:13:2. 

Demraitt, L.M. - Appointed to faculty, 25:3:1. 

Demonratic Club - Jtears speech by Senator L. 8. Overman, 
12:5:1; 
Holds Wilson parade, 12:10:4. 

Dempster, John - Elected president of Junior class, 19:5:1; 
Captain of baseball, picture, 20:23:3; 
Baseball, picture, 20:31:3. 

Derieux, Dr. J.B. - Of N.C. State lectures Physics students, 
20:13:1. 

Detwiler, Dr. G.H. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 1:12:3; 
To condHot revival, 2:17:1; 
Closes revival, 2*20:1. 

Deutsche Verein, der - Meets, 5:7:1; 
Meets, 5:10:1; 
Meets, 5:12:1; 
Meets, 5:17:1; 
Meets, 5:26:1; 
Meets, 6:9:4; 
Meets, 6:11:1; 
Club has banquet, 6:22:1. 

Devereaux Players - To offer Shakespere's Ro meo and J u lie t. 
Shaw's Arms an d the Man, and Ibsen's Grhosts .l8:5:l; 
Play before large crowd, 18:11:1; 
Plays are enjoyed by college people, 19:30:1. 

Devine, Dr. - Lectures on social problems, 15:23:4. 

Deytan, Ora - Elected to Phi leta ^appa, 20:i9:l. 

Deyton, Velma - Elected to Phi leta Kappa, 20:19:1. 

Dickens, Charles - Anniversary celebra-ted at Trinity, 7:17:1. 

Dillard, Dr. J.M. - Gives Benefactor's Day Sr.eech 12:4:1. 



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Doak, lob - ^o coach basketball at Trinity, 11:10:1; 
To coach basketball, 12:11:1; cL.^^ u^c ,,^/„ ., -J 
To coach baseball, 13:12:1. ^ 

Dobbs , Ji^lshop Hoyt McWharter - Of Brazil to deliver commencement 
address here, 18:28:1; 
'^0 make speech during commencement, 18:30:1. 

Dodd, Professor W.K. - Has strong plea for truth In history, 
8:2Q:1. 

Dolllver, Senator - Commencement, 4:21:1. 

Dooley, J.I^. - Speaks to Engineer's Club, 9:19:1. 

Doss, H.C. - Kiected treasurer of senior class, 4:5:2. 

Douglas, Proffossor A.l. - Added to Education Dept., 24:1:1. 

Douglass, Anna G. - Elected into Phi leta ^appa, 29:7:1. 

Dowd, Professor, Jerome - Publishes book, 3:15:1; 
Writes book entitled "The Negro Ra<e", 3:18:3. 

Downey, Manager - Picture, 10:24:1. 

Doxey - And Ashv/orth and Woodward, track, pictures, 25:13^5. 

Doxey, J. Ellwood - Elected into O.D.K., 25:11:4. 

Dramatics - See Duke Players and Taurians. 

Dramatic Society - '■^'heta AlpJ^a Phi, national ddamatic society, 
established here, 20:14:1. 

Draper, L.M. - Lectures on "The Magic of Chemistry", 16:21:3. 

Du lase, llshop H.M. - Speedcs on possibility of Duke's great- 
ness, 23:19:1. 

Duchess - Humour magazine planned, 25:6:4; 

wuraour magaizlne, banned by publication board, 25:8:1. 

Duke, Angler - Injured, 1:2:4; 

And Mies A.J.D.liddle complete gymnasium fund with 

$25,000, 17:19:1; 
And Miss A.J.D.liddle donate $25,000 to alumni gym, 18:1:}; 
Bequeathed $250,000 to college in will, I9:i:i;. 

Duke, Benjamin N. - Presents building, 6:10:1; 

With J. B. Duke and many more give million and half to en- 
dowment, 9:5:1; 



Duke, l.N. (continued) 

Receives loving cup from students In honor of fiSth birth- 
day, 18:27:3; 
Picture, 2l:9;3; 

Pledges ^100, 000 to Wofford, 21:21:1; 
Picture, 24:28:3; 

To celebrate 73rd birthday, 24:28:3; 
His marble bust is placed in library, 24:29:1; 
Dies, 25:14:1; 
Picture, 25:14:1; 
Laid to rest, 25:15:1; 

Work praised by Dr.S.l.Turrentine, 25:15:4; 
Memorial services to be held, 25:16:1. 

Duke, Miss Corls - Will lay cornerstone here, 24:32:1. 

Duke, James luchanan - Endows Trinity with ^1,025,000, 18:3:1; 
O-ives millions to Trinity and forms new university, 

20:j4:i; 
Dies after long Illness, 21:4:1; 
Q-ave much to welfare, 21:4:1; 
Has interesting history, 21:4:1; 
Picture, 21 : 4:1; 

Amply provides for Duke University in will, 21^6:1; 
310,000,000 medical school is last gift of Duke, 21:6:1; 
Duke mausoleum where body of Duke lies, 21:7:1; 
Eulogized at service by S. 3. Alderman, 21*8:1; 
To be honored at chapel service, 21:10:1; 
Story of his rise in Industry, 22:12:1; 
Picture, 22:12:1; 

His gift is topic of sreech by Professor R.L.* lowers, 
23:13:1; 
Service commemorating death of James B.Duke held at grave, 

24:4:1; 
honored by tobacconists, 24:19:1; 
Paid tribute, 25:4:1; 
Paid tttbute by W.p.Few, 27:3:1; 
Commemoration held, 29:4:7. 

Duke, Miss ""ary - Entertains senior class, 2:25:1. 

Duke, Washington -^ Monument to, 3:3:1; 
Monument completed, 3:16:1; 
To be unveiled at commencement, 3*20:1; 
Statue changed, 16:22:3; 
New hotel, Washington Duke, opened as memorial to Durham's 

benefactor, 21:5^1; 
Picture, 21:9:1. 

Duke Building (Washington) - picture, 20»26:3; 
Picture, 20:26:3. 



Duke Day - -^o be celebrated on December 11, 22:11:1; 
To be celebrHted, 22:12:1; 
To be observed here, 24:11:1; 
To be observed in all leading cities of the state, 

25:12:1; 
Elaborate celebration planned by alumni clubs, 

27:10:1; 
Speaker to Congressman-elect W.J.Lambeth, 27:12:1; 
Duke University will observe seventh annual Diike Day, 

28:12:1; 
Willis Smith Speaks, 28:13:4; 
To be obsserved, 28:13:4. 

Duke Forests - Dr. G.F.Korstian heads forestry dept., 
27:6:3; 
William Maughan appointed assistant forester, 27:8:1; 
Dr. G.F.Korstian, head forester, picture, 27:8:1; 
Development directed ^y Dr.Korstiara, 27:15:1. 

Duke Homestead - To be restored, 27:18:4. 

Duke Hospital - Treats many patients, 27:4:3; 

Wards named for famous southern medical men, 27:15:3; 

Irace shop, picture, 27:18:4; 

Medical school to ]Be dedicated ^n April 20, 1931. 

Duke Laundry - First opened, 25:1:1. 

Duke Players - Mary Jane Tate elected vice president of 193L- 

32, 27:29:3; 
Raymond Garter elected preeident Cor 1931-32, picture, 

27' 29 ' 3 * 
Make 'hit with "Outward Bound", 29:22:1; 
Win awards at Carolina dramatic festival, 29:25:1; 
Mpke hit with "A Thousand Years Ago", 29:29:1; 
Development discussed by Professor R.L. Flowers, 

Duke University - Formed from Trinity when J. 1. Duke gives 

millions, 20:14:1; 
New building plans very elaborate, 20:15:1; 
ttistory from Normal College in Randolph County 20:17:3; 
Women's School development of early Duke Gift, 21:1:1; 
Buildings to be torn away soon, 21:1:1; 
First unit of New Southgate College now being erected, 

21:1:1; 
Duke women have unique opportunity for service, 21:2:1; 
Duke's great benefactor buried, 21:4:1; 
Plans for Duke University, picture, 21:6:1; 
Am^y provided for by James B. Duke in will, 21:6:1; 
Duke among leading schools in amount of endowment, 

21:6:1; 



Duke University (continued) 

Library foundation at new Duk^inished, 21:7:1; 

Two prrtraits, one of J. E. Duke and the other of Wash- 
ington Duke presented to university by Duke Family, 
2i:7:i; 

Building on west campus shows progress, 21:9:i; 

Building plans to make Duke finest equipped college, 
21 : 11 : 1 ; 

Plans for new campus nearing completion, 2i:ii:i; 

Science building changed at consultation, 2i:i5:i;. 

Walls of university continue to grow higher, 21:23*1; 

Picture of new Duke under work, 21:23^1; 

Plans of new Duke were shown students, 21:25^1; 

New heating plant has been started, 21:2?!!; 
/ Buildings rapidly making orogress, 22:2:1; 

Construction progresses, 22:9:3; 

Possible greatness discussed by Blshoo H.M. DuEose, 
23:i9:i; 

Architects plan of new (west) caraous, picture, 23:32:7; 

View of East Campus, pictur4, 33:32:7; 

Plans are apnroved by officials, 23:i55l; 

Union building opened for first ti-ne, 24:i;i; 

Nev; auditorium ready for use, 24:i:i; 

Thirty new men added to Duke faculty, 24:2:1; 

million dollar heating plant, picture, 24:3:4; 

Executive?, fronychief state institutions gather here. 
24:6:1; 

Surveyed by French commission, 24:13:1; 

B. S. degree to be offered here, 24:14:1; 

Structure of chapel discussed, 24:14:3; 

Gaining world attention, 24:14:3; 

Construction begun on new site, 24:14:3; 

Seven million permit issued by Duke Construction Co. , 
24:i5:i; 

Many visitors see new campus, 24:i8:i; 

Beautlfication of CFinous continues, 24:18:4; 

East ^^ampus, picture, 24:25:4; 

Campus most beautiful in university alstory, 24:32:1; 

Diagram of campus and new stadlGm, 25:i:5; 

Greater Duke building project progressing raoidly, 
25'll:i; 

Fourth anniversary - Allen H. Gwyn speaks, 25:13:1; 

Building program progresses fast, 28:1 :i; 

Geographical and religious statistics taken, 28:5:1; 

Historical relations of Duke and Durham cited, 28:19:4; 

Requirements for graduation changed, 28:21:1; 

New campus entirely finished with comoletion of nurse's home, 
29:l:i; 

Discussion of growth of Duke, 29:3:4; 

West camDus, picture, 29:9B:4; 

Banks closing has disastrous affect on colleges, 29:23:2. 



Duke t^nlverslty Press - Nearlng auarter century of growth, 

South Atlantic Quarterly first published 1902, 25!i:i; 

Prints J.A.Thomas' book "A Pioneer Tobacco !!erchant in the 
Orient", 25:6:1; 

To DUblish American literature, 25:li:i; 

Publishes "American Literature", 25:24:3; 

Dr. J. Fred Hippy published volumes, 29:30:3. 

Duke University Store - "-^ne thousand "dopes" a day seized by 
college store, 24:ii:i. 

Dula, C.C. - Gives university $200,000 on Duke University Day, 
24:i2:l. 

Dulin, Leroy - Chosen president of Y.U.C.A. , 16:22:1. 

Dunlap,E.B. - Football, picture, 29:9B:2;. 

Dunlap, Jack - Picture, football, 29:9B:2. 

Dunstan, R. - Taken into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:18:3; 
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:24:i; 

Duttera, Maurice - Chosen head cheer leader, 28: 18:1; 

Represents Duke in debate against '-'hio Wesleyan, 29:23:1. 

Durham - ttolds educational day, 5:25:i. 

Durham J. 0. - Elected president of senior class, 12:29:1; 
To conduct Trinity drtlls, 13:1:1. 

Durham, Mr. Plato - Benefpctor's Day spehker, 4:4:1; 
To hold revival, 17:7:1; 
Endf annual revival, 17:13:1. 

Durham, R. L. - "is novel "Call of the South" is one of the 
strongest yet written on race question, 3:19:1. 

Dwire, Henry R. - Picture, 27:3:1; 

Outlines alumni projects for coming year, 28:1:4; 
Speaks to Junior Class, 28:13:1. 



E. 



Eanes, Tom S. - -^lected to student council, 20:28:1; 
Injured in auto accident, 25:l2:i; 
O.D.K., picture, 24:31:1. 

Easley, Br. Howard -Added to faculty, 27:1 :l. 



Easter, Dr.E.B. - Of Washington and Lee, addresses modern 
language meeting, 18:24:1. 

Edmuson, L. H. - Represents Duke In debate against Ohio Wes- 
leyan, 29:23:1. 

Edmondson, L. H. - One of iDUbllcatlon heads for 1933-34, pic- 
ture, 29:31:1. 

Edsall, Dr. D.L. - Present at medical school dedication, 
27:25:1. 

Education - Education library Installed, 4:5:1; 

Changes to be made In school of education, 5:29:3; 
Durham holds educational day, 5:25:1; 
Educational conditions are much better, 7:27:1. 

Education Club - Hears Professor A. K.Merritt on "Occupations of 
Athenians," 7:8:3. 

Edwards, C.r. _ New business raajsager of Chronicle, 9:20:1. 

Edwards, Professor C.W. - Discusses "Light" at Science Club, 
2:i6:l; 
"Some Recent Discoveries in Physical Science", 3:12:1; 
Tells of his trip In Europe, 6:8:2;. 
Speaks to Educational convention, 19:8:3; 
Elected Into American Physical Society, 20:6:1; 
Resumes duties at Duke, 22:2:1; 
Speaks to frosh, 28:8:1; 
Speaks to students, 29:17:6; 
During research work, picture, 29:19:1. 

Edwards, R.J. A. - Oldest alumnus, picture, 3:3:3. 

Eflrd, Miss Mary Gray ^ Picture, 29:17:1, 

Egan, Honorable I'aurlce F. - ?o deliver commencement address, 15:29: 1. 

Egan, Floyd J. - Is Trinity's new football coach, 16:i:i; 
Football, picture, 16:12:4. 

EKO-L - Initiates, 13:5:1; 

Starts state writing contest, 13^22:1; 
And 9019 hold banquet, 14:22:1. 

Eliot, President Charles W, - Of Harvard to visit Dean Few, 
4:i5:l; 
To speak, 4524:1. 

Eller, W. E. - President of ^'rlters' Club, 7:10:1. 

Elliott, Dr. Canon - Of England, makes address on campus, 28: 
30:1; 
Vicar of Leeds, England, picture, 28:30:1; 



Elliott, Dr. Canon (continued) 

Cf England, speaks on present social problems, 28:31:1. 

Ellis, Miss Bessie - Entertains young ladles of senior class, 
l:18:3. 

Ellis, Dr.H.:;. - To tender resignation, 14:30:1; 
Elected to faculty, 13:i:i. 

Ellison, R.Harold - To edit eiironlcle, 24:30:i; 
Picture, 24:30:i; 
Picture, 25:2:4; 

Represents Duke at N. CO. P. A. meeting, 25:7:1; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30:i. 

Ellison, Mrs.S.M. - ■'Editor's sponsor for the Chronicle, nicture, 
25:28:3. 

Elmore, K.L. - Elected prexy of Chemistry Club, 16:19:3; 
ApDolnted to faculty, 20:2:1. 

Elon - Is defeated by Trinity In basketball, 8:23:1. 

Ellwood, Dr. C. A. - Duke sociologist, predicts bright future for 
south, 27:1 : 2; 
Speaks on Fascist Italy, 27:9:1; 
Sr)eak9 pt vespers, 29:10:4; 
Picture, 28:27:1; 

Praised as a leader in the field of social psychology, 
29:3:7;. 

Employment - Bureau organized by Y.H.C.A. , 5:14:1; 

Many Jobs ooen for university students needing money, 

20:26:5; 
Bureau heliis many self-aid students, 25:1:4. 

Endowment - Fund Increased at Conference, 7:12:1; 

A. B. Duke and A. J. D.Blddle give S25,000 toward gym fund, 

17:i9:i; 
James B. Dulce gives Trinity ^1,025,000, 18:3:i; 
J. Gr. Brown plans to add income from million dollars to 

college, 18:10:1; 
S.C.Vann gives 510,000, 18:10:1; 

Duke among leading schofi>ls in amount of endowment, 2l:6:i; 
C.C.Dula gives University $200,000 on Duke University 

Day, 24:12:1; 
Sends $20,000 to retired oreachers, 24:13^1; 
Duke Endowment give large gifts to hospitals, 27:14:1; 
Largest share of Duke's endowment ^Iven to hospital, 

o8 . D • 8. 

Engineers Club - J. R. Dooley speaks, 9:19:1; 
Publishes new booklet, 10:1:3. 



Engineering School - Professor D.C.Jackson added to school, 
19:8:4. 

Engineering Society - ^o meet at Trinity, 19:3tl. 

Epperson, Dr. - Lectures to Chemistry Club, 19:23*1. 

Epstien, H. G. - 'Vins declaminatlon contest, 13:i2:i. 

Srwln, Llr.^eorge - Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 17:9:4; 
Columbia debatJer, 18:i3:i. 

Erwin, Dr.L.W. - President of Santa Mario College, Rome, Italy, 
to sneak at vespers, 25:3:1. 

Ershler, Arthur - ^ootball, picture, 2?: 11: 5; 
Picture, 28:iO:3B; 
Football, nlcture, 29:(B:i; 
Initiated into O.D.K. , 29:12:1. 

Erwin, VI. A. - To speak to Y.M.C.A. , 25 3:4; 
Spoke to Y.M.C.A. , 2:9:1;. 

Escarra, Professor «^ean - Speaks to law students, picture, 
28:7:4. 

Eubanks, ?.!iss Kiien - Plays lead in musical club production, 
picture, 25:29:1. 

Evans, Professor G. C. - Of Rice Instit\l&, to speak here, 
24:35:1. 

Everett, Dr. J.W. - Added to medical school faculty, 29:i:i; 
Speaks at Duke, 21:24:1. 

Everett, Professor Salter G. - Famous philosopher, speaks to 
co-eds, 29:3322. 

Everton, T.B. - Elected secretary of Y.!^C.A. , 7:13:1. 

Exum, J.H. - Picture, 25:2:4. 



F. 

Faculty - Members on committee on public lectures, 2:22:5; 
Professors who will give faculty lectures, 3:12*3; 
Pay tribute to W.B. Lilly, 3:22:3; 
Two new men added to Trinity faculty - ^atea and Blanchard, 

5:2:2; 
New members, 7:1 :i; 



Facility (continued) 

New faculty members and changes In courses, 8:1 :l; 

Dr. C.E.Landon writes book "Readings in Marketing Princi- 

d1 es " 
Several 'instinictors are added to faculty, 10:1 :i; 
W.W. Peele, appointed, ll:l:i; 
B.W.Barnard, appointed, li:i:l; 
W.H.Hall, aooointed, li:l:i; 
Dr. E. W. Knight publishes book, 11:10:2; 
New encyclopedia to be edited by f'rofessor E.C.Brooks, 

11:27:1; 
J.H. Coman, appointed, 12:i:l; 
C.L. ftomaday, appointed, 12'i:l; 
C.R.Bagley, appointed, IS'l^l; 

Dr. E. v;. Knight oublishes book on education, 12:7:1; 
Dr. H.M.Ellis elected to faculty, 13-1 :i; 
Dr. Bert Cunningham elected to faculty, 13!l:i; 
N.I.Wlilte, appointed, 15:i:i; 
M.Paul Gross, apnolnted, 15:1:1; 
Miss Fronce Kennedy, auoointed, 15:i:i; 
Favors football, 15:i7:i; 

Professor E.B.Patterson apnolnted, 16:11:1; 
Dr. W.J. H.Cotton, appointed, 16:i:i; 
Professor M.L.Lopez added to faculty, 16:i:l; 
R.Ct. Adams, anpolnted, 16:1:1; 
Professor H.Bloomqulst, appointed, 16:i:i; 
Professor ^ames <^annon weds Miss -'-ar^atet Faw, 16:15:3; 
Dr. W.K.Boyd granted leave, ie:2e:i; 
Dr. A. E.Gilbert, appointed, 17:i:l; 
G.W.Vaughn, appointed, 17:i:i; 
Holland Holton, appointed, 17:1:1; 

Professor H.L. Biooraquist given Doctor's Degree, 17:3:3; 
Dr.W. H.-tegram returns to Trinity, 17:13:1; 
Professor C.L.Hornadmr elected president ef Davenport 

College, 17:i9:l; 
Irving B. McKay, appointed, 18:i:l; 
F. S. Aldridge, aooolnted, 18:i:i; 
C.A. Krummel, added, 13:151; 
A. C, Jordsin, appointed, 18:1:1; 
Lliss Elva Christenbury, appointed, 18:2:i; 
J. W. rtathcock, appointed, 18:7:1; 
Dr. Adams comnletes book "Political ^deas to the American 

Revolution", 18:8:4; 
Dr. CowDer completes book "Italian 'oik Tales and ^olk 

Songs", 18:8:4; 
Dr.Lar»rade comriletes book "Parliamentary Papers of John 

Robinson", 18:8:4; 
Dr. H. E. Spence completes book "A Guide to the Study of the 

English Bible", 18:S'4; 
William Towe aDoointed law instructor, 20:1:2; 
R.N.Wilson returns from sabbatical leave, 20:2:1; 
W. A. Tyree, annolnted, 20:2:i; 
R. C.Ritter, aopolnted, 20: 2:1; 



Faculty (continued) 

Dr. J. S.Harrell, appointed, 17:i:i; 

N. A. Patillo, appointed, 20:2tl; 

George H.?tount, appointed, 2C:2:i; 

H.J. Herring, apnolnted, P.O'?:l; 

P.N. Garber, appointed, S0:2:i; 

K.L.Elmore, appointed, 20.*2:i; 

B.G. Chllds, appointed, 20-2:i; 

Dr. Shirley Qraves, former Trinity nrofessor, dies, 20^21:1; 

Retirement annutties voted for DuJte faculty, 2i:6:i; 

H.E.Myers to Join faculty, 21:20:i; 

Dr. W. P. Few sjinounces additions to faculty, 2i:27:i* 

Dr. J. Fred Rippy appointed to the history dept. , 22«2:i; 

Professor Charles W.Edwards returns from Sabbatical 

leave, 22*2:1; 
Ilrs. Z.B.Vance apnolnted to the English Dept., 22:3:1; 
Miss "elen H. Scott, added, 22:3:1; 
Dr. E.W. Nelson, appointed, 22:3:1; 

Seventeen additions announced by President Fewj 22:4:1; 
Lewis Patton is added to the English dept., 22'4:i; 
F.K.mltchell is added to tne English deot. , 22:4:i; 
Dr. Frank. P.Johnson is aooolnted to the Greek Denartment, 

22:4:i; 
W.M.Blackburn is apoolnted to the English dept. ,22:4:1; 
Professor John W. Carr is apoolnted to the education deot., 

22 '5: 3; 
Dr. William T.Laprade writes book "British History for 

American Students", 22:7:1; 
Prominent men listed on school of religion faculty, 

22:8!1; 
Dr. Arthur Pearse is a-ipointed to the zoology dept. ,23*16:1; 
Dr. William McDougall accepts chfllr of psychology, 23:17:1; 
Dr. McDougall to take charge of denartment of psychology, 

olcture, 235 20:3; 
Professor J.Fred Rippy sails for Europe, 23:31:1; 
Faculty of school of religion, picture, 23:32:7; 
Professor O.B.Douglas is added to education dept. ,24:i:i; 
Thirty new aen added, 24^2:1; 
Dr. W.K.Green to Join English dept., 24:13:1; 
Grover S.Munfort Joins faculty, 24:18:1; 
Dr. W. H, Pef7,ram dies, picture, 24:29:1; 
Dr. R. S. Rankin to assist in administration of graduate school 

of arts and science, 35:2:1; 
W. C. Vosburfeh, appointed, 25:3:1; 
K.E. Zener, ar)Dolnt-d, 25:3:1; 
W. C.Sledd, appointed, 25:3:1; 
J.H. Saylor, appointed, 25'3:i; 
J.B.Rhine, appointed, 25:3:i; 
B. U. Rat ch ford, appointed, 25*3:1; 
C.W. Peppier returns, 25:3:i; 
Vivian Voize, appointed, 25:3:1; 
R. A. f^arvill, appointed, 25:3:1; 
William K.^Teen added, 25:3:1; 



Faculty (continued) 

L.M. Demmitt, appointed, 25:3:1; 

Dr. E. ^Carroll returns, 25:3:1; 

R.B.Campbell, appointed, 25:3:i; 

R.B.Flanders, appointed, 25- 3*1; 

G. T.Rowe, added, 25:3:i; 

Dr. A. S.Pearse and PC.F. G. ttall write book "Horaolotherism", 

25:7:1; 
Dr. N.I.White writes book "American ^^^egro Folk Songs", 

25:8:3; 
Dr. J. T. Lsnnlng writes book on Spain, 25:9:1; 
Dr. Harold S.Amoss of John ^-opklns is latest addition to 

medical school faculty, 25:17:1; 
Dr. William Morbus is elected to faculty, 25:23:1; 
Dr. Julian D.Hart is elected to faculty, 25*23:1; 
Dr. A. S. Pearse to establish research lab in Keia Instltutie 

in Japan, 25:23:3; 
Dr. 'Villi am "cDougall returns f ran Ohio, 25*24:1; 
Dr. P.H. Vieth, appointed, 27:1 :i; 

Malcolm T'cDerraott appointed to law fscult", 27:l:i; 
Dr. D.B.I'aggs appointed to law faculty, 27: 1:1; 
Dr.T^arion Klrkwood appointed to law faculty, 27:i:i; 
Dr. H. C.Horack, appointed, 27*1:1; 
Dr. Howard Easley, appointed, 27:i:i; 
Dr. W. A. Brownell , appointed, 27: 1:1; 
Dr. J. S.Bradway, appointed, 27: 1:1; 
Dr. A. 3. Pearse returns from orient, 27:2:3; 
Dr. C. B, Hoover returns from economic study of Russia, 

27:2-4; 
W.C.Maxwell, newly appointed Grennan instructor, discusses 

German schools, 27:5:1; 
Dr. '^. T.Lanning goes to South America on Guggenheim Fellow- 
ship, 27:7:1; 
Ilartin L. Black ranks high In 111. C.P. A. examination, 

27:7:1; 
Dr. E.J.Hamilton doing research in Spain, 27:7:3; 
Dr. A. S.Pearse returns, 27:7:4; 
Medical school faculty hears address by Dr. F. D. -^cCrea, 

27:9:1; 
Dr. H. E. Jensen, appointed to sociology dept. , 27:10:1; 
Dr. W. I;!. Nielson returns, 27:15:1; 
Dr. PaulH. Vieth returns, 27:15:1; 
Dr. F. Bayard Carter added to medical school f-culty, 

27:l5:i; . 
Dr. Calvin Hoover writes book "The Econouic Life of Soviet 

Russia",' 27:16:4; 
David Cavers appointed to law school faculty, 27:23:1; 
PrBfessor A. H. Prey appointed, Picture, 27:24:1; 
Dr.Leslle Craven to join lawX faculty, 28:ia:i; 
Professor P.W. Pruton appointed to law school faculty, 

28:32:1; 
R.S.Smith, added, 29:l:i; 
Dr. J. J.Spengler, added, 29:1:1; 
Dr. J. W. Everett Is appointed to medical school fa-culty, 

29:l;l; 



Faculxy (continued) 

Dr.D.H.Sprtknt added to medical scnool, 29:1:1; 

Dr.H.H. Trou'c added to medical scnool faculty, 29:1:1; 

Lois Raymona added, 29:1:1; 

H.S.Perry added, 29:1:1; 

Dr. J. Parrot added to medical scnool, 29:1:1; 

Dr. J.C.Mouzon added, 29*1:1; 

Dr.Ricnard McDonald appointed to medical scnool faculty, 

29:1:1; 
G.W.McCrea added, 29:1:1; 
J.M.Godard added, 29:1:1; 

Warner Fuller added to law scnool faculty, 29:1:1; 
W.J.Dana added, 29:1:19 

Leslie Craven apr^olnted to law faculty, 29^1:1; 
William J.H.Cotton dies of neart attack, 29:1:1; 
Clark, R.T. - appointed, 29^1:1; 
L.Carllty added, 29^1:1; 

Dr.J.Burrus appointed to medical scnool faculty, 29:1:1; 
Paul Bruton ar^^ olnted to law scnool faculty, 29:1:1; 
A.Bergnauser anpointed, 29^1:1; 
EwlUi^ Anderson ay pointed, 29:1:1; 
Dr. F.G.Hall, Duke biologist, perfects electric tnerraoneter, 

29 : 1 : 3 ; 
Dr. F.hall and Dr. A. S.Pearse study tropical animal life in 

Yucatan, 29:1:6; 
Dr.J.P.Troxwell added, 29:l:v; 
Warnen CVosDurgn to cnange post witn Scotland professor, 

29:1:8; 
Many books written by Duke faculty, 29:15:3; 
Duke faculty raentoers active in literary way, 29:19:b; 
Dr.H.E.*Jensen speaks at Rutnerford College commencement, 

29:31:1; 
J.Frederick Rippy speaks on niepanic American affairs, 29:31:1. 

Faculty Club - Picture, 20:2b:3. 

Falf, G-overnor - To De commencement speaker, 11:29:1. 

Fanning, Helen - Killed, 28:1:3. 

Farabank, S.S. - Made editor of Arcnive, 16:23:3. 

Farley, Roland - Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

FarriSB, J.J. - Rends paper before nlstoridal Society, 18:18:4; 
Elected senior presiden^f class of 1925, 20:4:1. 

Fartning, William - Wins 9019 declamation contest, 24?lB7l; 
Cnosen new Y.M.C.A. president, picture, 27:25:1. 

Faunce, Dr.W.H.P. - President of Brown University to deliver com- 
mencement address nere, 18:28:1. 



Feldinan, Glare - Picture, 2B:30:3. 

Ferrell - And Sexton to be cneer leaders, 10:23:1. 

Ferreil, Dr. A. - Speaks to students on "Hookworm", 6:28:1. 

Few, E.G. - Chosen for commencement marehall, 11:19:3. 

Few. Dr. William P. - Attends tne meeting of tne xrinity College Alumni 
Ass. of N.Y., 1:10:1; 
And Dr.Mlms laud McNeil, 3:6:1; 
On Shakespeare, 3:12*1; 

Returns from educational ass. meeting, 3:10:1; 
Leaves to deliver founder's Day address at ^ander College, 

3:18:4; 
To be visited by President Eliot of Harvard, 4:15:1; 
And ^oyd laud Lincoln o^ lOOth anniveraayjr, 4:19:1; 
Speaks on atnletics, 4:26:1; 
Welcomes scientists 4130:1; 
Lectures ojj "Life", 5:1:1; 
New president of Trinity, 5:29:1; 
Speaks to Fortni^r-tly Club, 5:29:1; 
Makes address, 6:2:1; 
Addressed students, 6:4:1; 
Inauguration to be on memorial day, 6:9:1; 

Trinity's nresldent Inducted witn impressive exercise, 6:10:1; 
Receives seal and charter from lisnop Kilgo, 6:10:7; 
Save opening address, 7:3:1; 
On Harvard ^oard of Overseers, 7:7:3; 
Speaks of Trinity ^ollege at "Igh Point, 8:12:2; 
Opening address to students, 8^3:1; 
Speaks to students, 9:2:2; 
Address to students, 9:3:1; 

Spoke to Y.I-I.C.A. on the "Ideal Life", 9:22:2; 
Speaks to Y.M.G.A., 10:211; 
Delivers onening address, 10:3:1; 
Speaks to Allegheny College, 10:2812; 
Speaks on "Discipline of Suffering", 11:3:1; 
To raal'ce Shaltespeare celebration dddress, 11:23:1; 
Welcomes new students, I3131I; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A., 14122:1; 
-::> Announces plans for Soutngate Bljg. , 15124:1; 
Honored by Educational Commission, 16:14:3; 
Speaks at Durnain High, 16:13:3; 
Recovering from pneumonia, 16:22:1; 

Attends meeting of college heada in tireensboro, 17:5il; 
Offers 54,000,000 from -trinity toward medical school, 18:15:1; 
-■> Speaks at opening of alumni campaign, 18:17:3; 
Snealts to scientists, 19:29:1; 

Is principal speaker on Benefactor's Cay, 20:3:1; 
Speaks at alumni banquet in *JTeensboro, 20:5:3; 
His statement to students concerning new university, 20:14:1; 
Picture, 20:26:3; 
Speaks to seniors, 21:3:1; 



Few, Dr.W.P. (continued) 

SpeaJts for students, 21;4il; 

Celebrates 15tti anniversary of inaugeration, 21:8:1; 

Picture, 21:8:1; 

Working for W.H.Page's raenorial school, 21:8:1; 

Speaks on "Education", 21:9:1; 

Asks tnat critics watch work of Duke for next ten years, 21:; 6:1; 

Attending American "^edical Ass. in Chicago, 21:17:1; 

Returns ftOm northern trip, 21:20:3; 

Announces additions to faculty, 21:27:1; 

Announces 17 additions to faculty, 22:4:1; 

Eulogizes J. Gr. Brown, 23:17:4; 

Picture, 23:32:7; 

Speaks on Benefactor's Day on "Success in LifE", 24:3:1; 

An article on his life 24:4:4; 

Picture, 24:4:4; 

Predicts Dvike hospital to rank above any other in the world, 

24:8:1; 
Attends college conference, 24:11:1; 
To raake radio talk from Raltigh, 24:20:1; 
Addressed alunnl banquet at Washington, 24:24:1; 
And Col.J.F.3ruton to address Joint session of federated alunnl 

clubs and Board of trustees, 24:24:1; 
Spealcs to Atlanta aluranl, 24:29:1; 
Picture, 25:1:1; 

Makes armistice day speech, 25:9:1; 
Picture, 25:9:1; 

Presents paner at Chattanooga, 25:15:1; 

Delivers dedication address at Asheville Jr.Hdigh, 25:19:1; 
Receives L.L.D. degree at Ohio Wesleyan, 25:19:1; 
Speaks at opening of new plant, 27:1:1; 
Pays tribute to J.B. Duke, 27:3:1; 
To speak at Randolph Macon centennial, 27:4:1; 
Speaks at laying cornerstone of new chapel, 27:5:1; 
Takes part in centennial at Randolph Macon, 27:5:1; 
Speaks before assembly, picture, 27:8:1; 

Given honorai'y degree by Birmingham Southern College, 27:22:3; 
Speaks to students on aims of college, 27:24:1; 
Speaks to students, 28:1:1; 
Speaks at formal opening of v^chool, 29:i:i; 
Speech at o-eAing of school (copy), 29j1:4; 
With Dean Alice M.Baldwin at teiid Southern Women's Educational 

Alliance, 29:7:1; 
Address Historical society on Duke University, 29:11:3; 
Elected prexy of Southern Association of Colleges, picture, 

29:12:1; 
To speik at meeting of American Alumni Council, 29:20:1. 

Fields, Paul H. - Elected to Fhi Beta Kappa, 22:9:1. 

Finley, Robert C. - Football, picture, 20:11:4; 
Elected head of Bar Association, 29:24:1; 
Picture, 29:25:1; 
Emphasizes public speaking for law firainirlg, 29:26:1;. 

Fish, Doris - Tapped by ^Yhite Ducny, 29:30:1. 



Fisher, CC - Leaves for Sewanee, 6:15:1. 

Fisher, G.O. - Oiven fellowship, 11:27:1; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 17:18:6. 

Fisher, Bishop F.B. - Of India, makes address on camr)ug, 28:30:1; 
Picture, 28:30:1; 
Former Bishop of India, sr^eaks here, 28:31:1;. 

Fisher, H.E. - Taken into Pni Beta Kappa, 16:10:1. 

Fisher, I.E.B. - On Trinity debating tdarn, 17:16:1. 

Fisher, R.L. - Initiated into T.K.A. , 12:23:1. 

Flander^, R.B. - Wins ^250. 00 essay prize, 24:19:1; 
Added to faculty, 25:3:1; 
Picture, 28^22:4. 

Fletcher, Geraldine - Elected to Phi Beta Kap^^a, 29:7:1. 

Flint, Dr. Charles P. - Of Syracuse, to deliver commencement address, 
24:28:1. 

Flohr, Mort - Baseball, picture, 29:26:2; 
Picture, 29:27:6. 

Flowers, Claude - Picture, 3:30:1. 

Flowers, Fred - Picture, 3:30:1. 

Flowers, Prof. R.L. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 1:13:4; 

Lectures to Science '^lub on Simon Newcorab, 5:5:1; 

Address Y.M.C.A., 9:4*4; 

Chanticleer dedicated to, 12:23:1; 

Honored by Hesperia Society with oil painting, 12:23:1; 

Honored by educational committee, 16:10:1; 

Speaks at Winston Salem, 16:10:1; 

Honored by Educational commission, 16:14:3; 

Speaks to Y.M.C.A., I7:i0:l; 

Addresses Hesperian Society, 13:2:4; 

Speaks at N.C. College conference, 18:23:3; 

Lectures to Y.M.C.A., 19:5:2; 

Return is celebrat ed by students, 19:22:1; 

Elected vice nresident of alumni, 20:9:1; 

Expresses himself concerning change to Duke U. from Trinity, 
20:14:3; 

And Drs. Few and Brown apeak at memorial services of Univer- 
sity's founder, 21:5:1; 

Speaks on "Recreation", 21:16:1; 

Discusses college social life, 21:17*3; 

Addresses alumni of New York city, 21:19:1; 

Speaks on Duke U. development, 22:5:1; 



Flowers, Prof.R.-^. (continued) 

Speaks on Duke's gift, 93:13:1; 

Picture, 23:32:7; 

Picture, 24:9:1; 

Attends meeting of Duke Endownaent, 24:11:1; 

Will preside over tar>ping ceremonies of Red ^riars, 24:32:1; 

Picture, 24:32:1; 

Presides at public-.tions board meeting which bans humour 

magazine, 25:8:1; 
Picture, 25'25:1; 

Initiated iilito O.D.K. as honorary member, 27:10:1; 
Picture, 23:15:1; 
Speaks at vespers, 23:15:1; 

Flo^7ers, John McTyre - His lectures presented at Duke bv Dr.W.W.Keen 
18:23:1;18:28:1. 

Football - John M.Van Liew to be new football coach, 15:3:1; 

1921 squad, picture, 16:2:1; 

To be nlayed for Ist time since 1894, 15:2:1; 

Trinity wins first game played in 26 years, 16:6:1; 

1921 squad, 16:12*1; 

Schedule for 1921, 16:14:1; 

Squad of 1921, 17:9:3; 

To train in mountains, 17:30*1; 

Coach Steiner tutors squad in mountains, 18:1:1; 

Capt.Tom Neal, picture, 18:2^1; 

Trinity to play 'Carolina for'flrst time since revival of foot- 
Boil, 18:4:1; 

Carolina defeats i^lue Devil in first game since revival of 
football, 18:5:1; 

Tom Neal, Jlmiay Simnson, and Ikey Taylor make All State team, 
13:11:2; 

J.B.Harriss next year's fcjtball manager, 18:13:5; 

Fresnman squad honored by banquet, 19:14:1; 

Schedule for 1924, 20:1:1; 

G-.B. Caldwell, picture, 2017:1; 

John P.Frank, picture, 20:7:1; 

Fred "^rlgg, picture, 20:7:1; 

Edward Lagerstadt, picture, 20:7:1; 

Is introduced in ffouth when ■trinity defeated Carolina in 1387, 
20:10:1; 

Ed. Lagerstadt chosen 1925 captain, 20:13:1; 

Ed. Lagerstadt, captain, picture, 20:26:3; 

Squad of 1924, 20:26:3; 

Freshman team of 1924, 20:26^3; 

James De Hart to coach in 1926, 20:27:1; 

James P.Herron to coach in 1925, 20:27:1; 

Picture of squad of 1925, 21:3:4; 

Schedule of 1926, 22:1:1; 

Squad, picture, 22:2*5; 



Football (continued) 

"Big Jim" Thompson, captain, picture, 22:8:5; 
C.C.Bennett eledted captain for 1997. 22:11:3; 
Schedule for 1927, 23; 13:5; 
Charles Bennett, captain, picture, 23:32:6; 
Schedule, 24:1:5; 

1927 football squad, picture, 24:1:5; 

Duke loses to State in N.C.'s greatest football game, 24:9:6; 
Team given banquet by Union, 24:13:1; 
Roy Hunter elected captsln, 24:13:3; 
Roy Hunter, picture, 25:2:5; 

1928 squad, picture, 25:13:5; 

Duke wins first state championship, 27:11:1; 

1930 squad, state champions, picture, 27:11:1; 

Kid Brewer elected next year's captain, picture, 27:11:5; 

Duke wins Southern Conference in football, 29:10:1; 

Fortnightly Club - Organized by Dr.Mims, 3:17:1; 
Admits 6 Juniors, 3:31:1; 
H.E.Spence reads poems, 4:9:1; 
Topic - "E.A.Poe", 4;16:1; 

Hears papers by Briggs and Marr on Shaw and Dargon, 4:20:1; 
C.L.Bivens and H.M. North lead discussion of Kenniday and 

poetry, 4:22:1; 
Hears L.I.Jaffe, 5:11:1; 
Hears Dr. W. P. Few, 5:29:1; 

Hears Prof .A.M. McCobb on "The Faust Legend", 7:10:3; 
Hears Dr. F.C. Brown, 7:21:1; 
Hears Dr. F.N. Parker, 8;8:1; 
To give literary prize, 8:14:1; 
Becomes Sigma Upsilon, 9:10:1; 
Dr. J.R.Royster speaks, 9:28:2; 

Discusses J. H. Boner and Charles i^^cNeil, 16:23:3; 
Hears speech by Dr. N.I. White, 17:7:2. 

Foster, Allyn K. - To speak here, 24:20:1. 

Folger, Fred - Initiated into Red Friars, 16:30:1. 

Forbus , Dr. Wiley Davis - Of John Hopkins elected to faculty of 
future medical school, 25:23:1. 

Ford, ^enry - Suggested for next commencement speaker, 19:7:3. 

Forte, V. - To lead Ea.ster dances, 28:23:3. 

Founders Da y - Picture, 28:5:1. 

Foushee, Emma - Gives reception to young women of senior class, 
1:20:1. 

Frank, Grady - Rhodes scholar, sails for England, 27:2:1; 
Picture, 27:2:6; 
Duke Rhodes scholar, winning distinction at "^xford, 29:7:1. 



Frank, J. P. - Football, picture, 20:7:1; 
Picture, 20:11:3; 
Elected to student council, 20:28:1;. 

Frank, Margaret - Speaks on the "Sapaclty of ^^ermany to Pay", 19:14:3. 

Franklin, Dr.W.S. - Lectures on "Physics", 11:14:1. 

Franklin, Dr. F.N. - Closes revival, 11:18:1. 

Fraternities - See also names of fraternities 

Takes action on scholarship requirement, 6:23:4; p r 
Fraternity houses not authorized by trustees, 18:6:1; 'i'^' 
Board of Trustees votes on ownership of fraternity houses, 18: 

7:2; 
Finally given fraternity houses, 20:1:1; 
Drinking blamed on fraternities, 21:14:1; 

Mr.WiShbur Walden apeaks here at inter-fraternity conference, 
27il6:l; 

Freeman, Prof.W.E. - U. of Kentucky, addresses engineers, 29:8:1. 

Freshmen - Facts about, 2^3:1; 
Walloped, i?:23:l; 
Physical statistics, 4:3:1;. 

Fretwell, S.J. - Picture, 29:22:1. 

Frey, Mr.A.H. - Added to law school faculty, 27:23:1; 
Comes as professor of law, picture, 27:24:1; 
Given reception, 29:10:1. 

Frizzelle, Dr. J. P. - Elected first president of law cchool alurani 
ass., 17:22:1. 

Frost, Dr.E.B. - Director of Yerkes Observatory, speaks od as- 
tronomy, 23:24:1. 

Fulford, C.W. - Elected president of Y.M.O.A., 4:16:1. 

Fuller, Mr L.L. - Added to law school faculty, 27:23:1. 

Fuller, T.B. - Speaks to Y.M.G.A. on "Citlenship" , 13:25:3. 

Fuller, Warner - Added to law school faculty, 29:1:1. 

Fulmer, ttenry - Track, picture, 28:30:5; 
Picture, 29:27:6; 
Picture, 29:29:5; 
Picture, 29:29:6;. 

Fysal, Ellis - Of U.N.C., football, picture, 28:10:3. 



G-aevernltz, Von Schulze - To be heard by students, 19:16:1; 
Sr>eAk8 to students, 19:18:1. 

Gaddis, Adam M. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 

G-aines, Dr.F.P. - To deliver annual 9019 address, 24:18:1; 
Speech here sponored bj' 9019, 24:19:1. 

Galney, Lucille - Elected into White Duchy, 28:51:1. 

G-alloway, Miss Louise - Picture, 28:13:4. 

Gantt, Bob - Pitches great game against Phila. , 4:24:1; 
Shuts Lafayette out twice, 4:24:1. 

G-arber, P.N. - Appointed to faculty, 20:2:1; 

Speaks on Latin- American relations, 21:19:1; 
Appointed to serve on National Committees, 21:23:1. 

Gardner, Gov. O.Max - To address Lit. Society, 12:7:1; 

Initiated into O.D.K. as honorary member, 27:10:1; 
Attended endownriient day exercise, 29:12:4. 

Garland, i^amlin - '■^o give lecture at •'■'rinlty, 14:13:1; 
Delivers delightfully lectures, 14:15:1. 

Garner, Paul - Elected editor of Chanticleer, 27:27:1. 

Garrett, T.J. - Is Duke delegate to American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers, 29:12*1. 

Garrett, Miss Ella -FJ.cture, 28:13:4. 

Gates, Arthur M. - Added to faculty as ass, in Latin, 5:2:2; 
Speaks to Classical Club, 6:21:3; 
Spoke to Y.M.C.A., 6:14:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 13:14:1; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A., 14:10:1. 

Gauss, Dr. Christian - Dean of Princeton to speak at Duke, 25:22:1; 
Speaks at SHtanBeta Kappa meeting, 25:25:1. 

Gee, Willie A. - Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 27:18:1. 

George, Senator Walter F. - ■'■'o be coranencenent speaker, 25:30:1. 

Germer, Dr.L.H. - N.Y. physicist speak? to Duke physicists, 25:13:1. 

German Club - May be made national, 27:17:1; 

Gibson, E.P. - Represents Trinity at convention of collegiate 
writers, 10:7:1. ^ 



G-lbson, Elsie Neal - Taurian star, picture, 24:9:1. 

G-ibson, Frances - Secretary N.C.C.P.A., picture, 24:?8:1. 

G-ieseklng, Walter - Great pianist, to offer concertVtn Page Au- 
ditorium, 29:15:1; 
Thrills Duke audiencd, picture, 29:16:7. 

Gilbert, Dr. Allen H. - Appointed to faculty, 17:1:1. 

Gilbert, Dr.Katherine - Spoke on "Literature and Politics", 19:16:2 

Gilbreath, Red - Picture, 28:10:3. 

Gill, A.F. - College to have .-nemorlal established in hie honor, 
13:10:1. 

Gill, Miss Laura Drake - Speaks of new women's college, 10:5:1; 
Expects new women's college soon, 10:11:1; 
Dies, 21:16:1. 

Gill, Prof.W.F. - Dies, 13:7:1. 

Gittings, Dr. John C. - To speak at Duke ^spital, 28:8:6. 

Glassie, Don - Elected head cneerleader, picture, 25:24:1. 

Glasson, Marjorie - Elected into vThite Duchy, 28:31:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 

Glasson, Lucy - Elected to Phi ^eta Kappa, 20:19:1. 

Glasson, Dr.W.H. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 3:13:2; 
On American Ec.Ass. Comra. , 4:19:1; 
Gives faculty lecture, 4:25:1; 
Speaks to Y. on "The Christian Religion as a Social Force", 

5:21:1; 
To lecture at John Hopkins, 8:25;2; 
Writes on "Federal Pensions", 9:9^1; 
Sreaks to Commonwealth ^lub, 10:8:1; 
Closes seeies of lectures, 10:20:1; 

Appointed collaborate of Carnegie Peace Endownment, 11:16:4; 
Lectures to Peace Society, 11:26:1; 
Speaks on "What Business of fere Men", 17:26:1; 
Attended Economic conference, 21:15:1; 
To speak at Ashville, 21:17:1; 

Appointed head of graduate school of arts and sciences, 23:17:1; 
Completes 25 years here, picture, 23:32:3; 
Chairman of Conference of Graduate deans, 26:12:1; 
Speaks to ^.C.Ass. of Real Estate boards, 28:5:1; 
Represents Duke at '-'onference of '^'outhern Graduate Schools, 

29:11:1; 
Explains banking crisis, 29:22:1; 
Picture, 29:23:9. 



G-lee Club - And orcnestra to take trip, 1:6:1; 
And orchestra goes on trip, 1:9:1; 
And orcnestra on eastern tour, 1:11:1; 
Returns, picture, 3:13:1; 
Wlllsing in Ra.leigh, 3:25:1; 
Practice announced by J.N.Cole Jr., 4:7:1; 
Picture, 4:14:1; 
Goes to Greensboro, _ 5:13 Jl; 
(Quartette chosen, 7*7:1; 
To take trip, 10:9:1; 
Recital successful, 10:12'1; 
Returns from annual tour, 10:13:1; 
To give recital, 10:11:1; 
Gives final concert, 11:13:1; 
Dr.li.T.Adkins to direct club, 13:i9:l; 
Trinity to have glee club, 15:7:1; 
To reappear, 15:22:4; 
Completes tour, 15:28:1; 
Making big hit on western tour, 16:13:1; 
To tour North Carolina, 18:7:4; 

i;.anaged by C.E.Jordan, plans eastern tour of N.C., 18:19:5; 
Trinity quartet wins silver cup in intercollegiate contest, 

19:29:3; 
Leaves on Western trip, 20:23:1; 
Under Prof .W.P.Twaddell, starts on Eastern trip with orchestra 

under "Jelly" Leftwich, 22:9:1; 
Club under Mr. Barnes will tour states, 24:3:1; 
Leaves on Eastern trip, 24:10:1; 
Duke to try for N.C. Glee Club trophy, 24:11:1; 
Enjoys successful trip, 24:11:1; 
Wins intercollegiate contest, 24:12:1; 
Prepares for Southern meet, 24:13:1; 
To attend Southern meet, 24:17:1; 
Going on western trip this spring, 24:20:1; 
Directed by J. Foster Barnes presents "Miss Cherry Blossom", 

24:27:1; 
Robert Bruton elected president, 24:32:1; 
Begins fall tour, 25:9:1; 
Tours east Carolina, 25:10:1; 
Expects to win state contest, 25:12:1; 
Wins title as beat in state, 25:13:1; 
Bruce Alexander, student glee club directer, 25:17:1; 
Duke glee club in Southern Inter-Collegiate Contest, 25:17:1; 
Duke glee club wins Southern contest and right to represent 

South in New York at ^^ational contest, 25:18:1; 
Leaves for New York, 25:21:1; 
Enters national contest, 25:21:1; 

National ^lee Club contest won by Dartmouth, 25:22:4; 
Manager, H.C.Bost, picture, 25:23:1; 
Invited to sing before ^^ational Fed. of iiusic Clubs, meeting 

in *^al. , 27:13:1; 
Enters contest of southern glee clubs, 27:14:1; 
Picture, 28:17:4; 
Picture, 29:10:4. 



G-olf - Bill Jennings wins Sedgefleld ^olf trophy, 24:11:6; 
Jennings to organize golf club, 24:16:4; 
Team, picture, 28:31:5; 
Peacock elected cartain, 28:31:5. 

&oech, Miss Page - Picture, 28:30:1. 

G-ot)bel, L.L. - Elected president of Y. , 12:2411. 

Godard, J.M. - Added to faculty, 29:1:1. 

G-odfrey, O.C. - Injured in auto accident, 25:12:1. 

Godwin, H.L. - Elected to Congress, 5:22:4. 

Goheen, Dr.R.H. - Medical missionary, delivers 3rd of vocational 
lecture series, 17:22:4. 

Goodwin, Kiss Mlrian - Speaks to Volunteer group, 28:4:1. 

Goode, Prof. J. Paul - To speak at Duke, 21:21:1; 

Lectures about coal and our civilization, 21:22:1. 

Goodell, Dr.Charlea - To deliver baccalaureate address, 21:30:1. 

Goodspeed, Dr. E.J. - Of Chicago, to speak here Phi Beta Kapna day, 
27:22:1; 
Makes Phi Beta Kappa da y address, picture, 27:23:1. 

Gordon, Miss Margaret - Is youngest woraan attorney in U.S., 24:13:1. 

Gordon, Mr.S.D. - To speak at Trinity, 16:10:5; 
Lectures at Trinity, 16:13:1; 
holds Chapel service, 19:11:3. 

Governing Board - Of Chronicle is eleeted by both Literary Societies, 
2*2^2. 

Graduate Club - Dr.L.M.Searr to address graduate club, 24:11:1. 

Graduates - Trinity f:rads honored at Vanderbllt and Harvard, 
2:29:4. 

Graduate School - Of religion is first to receive definite organi- 
zation, 22:2:1; 
Shows much progress, 22:6:3; 

Of arts and sciences is headed by Dr.W.'ti.Glasson, 23:17:1; 
Makes 49 awards, 29:29:4. 

Graf, Zlnita - Picture, 24:7:1. 

Grafflln, Samuel V/. - Speaks in Page, 29:22:4. 



Srahan, Fra nk P. - President of U. of N.C., initiated Into O.D. 
K. as honorary nenber, 27:10:1. 

G-randgent, Prof. - Fralses Duke U. press work, 21:27:1. 

Grant, T.M. - Addressed Y.M.C.A. , 4:7:1. 

Graves, Dr. Shirley, - Foner Trinity professor, dies, 20: 
21:1. 

Graves, Dr.T.S. - Does Elizabethan Theatre vorlc, 9:21:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A. on "War", 15:23:5. 

Greeks - Hold carnival, 6:17:1. 

Green, iiartin K. - Elected president of student government, 
picture, 27:25:1; 
Elected business lianager of ChantlcleT, 27:27:1; 
Represented Duke in student nieet, 23:15:1. 

Green, Paul - Contributes to Archive, 24:10:4. 

Green, Dr.'V.K. - To Join English dept., 24:1J:1; 
ApT-ointed to faculty, 25:3:1; 
Speaks on John Bunyan, 25:11:1; 
To deliver coanienceiaent address for Winston Salea High 

School, 25:16:1; 
Soeaks at Fortsraouth, Va. on public schools and educational 

probleas, 27:8:1; 
Sneaks to seniors, 23:4:1; 
Sr^eaks to seniors, 28:8:3; 

Selected .-uost popular rrofeseor, ricture, 28:18:1; 
Speaks to freslomen on "What College lieans to the Uodern 

Youth", 29:6:1;. 

Greensboro College Glee Club - Picture, 28:15:4. 

Greenwood, Prof.E.E. - Replaces Prof. Webb who is granted 
leate.n 2:31:1; 
Appointed to department of Roraance languages, 3:1:1. 

Grenfell, Dr.W. - Speaks to students, 19:31:1. 

Gregory,, ^lalborne - Tanped by O.D.K., 29:30:1; 

One of publication heads for 1933-34, picture, 29:31:1. 

Grlgr^, J.H. -Selected for Wiley Gray a7:ar^a, 11:31:1. 

Grlgp, Fred - Football, picture, 20:7:1; 
'picture, 20:11:3; 
Captain, picture, 21:8:4. 

Grlgg, W. 0. - On Trinity debating team, 17:16:1. 

Griggs, Mrs. Lillian - Sreaks at Chapel Hill, 29:6:6. 



Griffin, Janet - Tapped by White Duchy, 29i30:l. 

Grissom, W.L. - Dead, 8:3:1. 

Gross, Dr. Paul - Lectures to Physics Club, 15:13:2; 
Lectures on "Poison Gas", 15:19 ;2; 

Speaks to Crowell Society on "Chemical 'Yarfare", 19:13:1; 
Lectures to Ghenistry Club, 19:17:1; 
Discusses distillation of vegetable oils, 19:18:4. 

Gross, Mrs Paul - Directs Taurians in r>roduction of "Wap- 
pin Dwarf", 22:7:1; 
Picture, 24:7:1. 

Gudger, Lindsey - Asheville artist, to display painting on 
East Campus, 29:8:1. 

Guggenheim Fellowship - Sends Dr. J.T.Lanning to South 
America, 27:7:1; 

Fellowship av/arded Dr. Harvey Brans comb for research, 27: 
23:1. 

Gulledge, Idalene - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1. 

Gunnin, Carroll - Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Gwyn, A.H. - Initiated into T.K.A., 12:28:1; 

Speaks at fourth anniversary of Duke, 25:13:1. 

Gymnasium - Gives exhibition 1:6:1; 

Contributions accented -:y Bishop KIIro, 12:3:1; 

$2,000 pledged by alumni, 12:14:1; 

Work begun on Memorial gym, 17:16:1; 

Alumni gym started, A.B.Dake and A.J.D.Blddle donate 

S25,000, 13:1:1; 
Under construction, picture, 18:13:4; 
New alumni gym to be unexcelled in state, 13:13:4; 
Architects drawing of new alumni gym, picture, 18:16:2; 
Captain Card gives exhibition, 11:30:2. 



H. 



Haas, Bishop - To deliver Avera Series, 4:18:1. 

Haggard, Mable Claire - Of Meredith ^ollege, oicturd, 
24:28:4- 

Hall, Dr.F.G. - Spends summer of research in Woods Hall, Mass., 
25:7:1; 
And Dr. A. S.Pearse co-authors of book "Haraaiotherisra" , 
25:7:1; 



Hall, Dr.F.G-. (continued) 

Duke biologist perfects electric thernometer, 29:1;3; 
With Dr.A.S.Pearse studied tropical animal life in Yucafean, 
29 : 1 : 6 ; 

Hall, Professor W.H. - Appointed to faculty, 11;1:1; 
To conduct Trinity drills, 13:1:1. 

Hanblen, Dr.Aiposs - Added to Duke Medical School, 28:3:3. 

Hejnlin, Professor A.D.F. - Lectures to students, 19:21:1; 
Speaks at Trinity, 19:27:2. 

Hamlin, Dr.M-L. - Writes book called "Chemical Resistance of 
Engineering ikiaterial" , 19:4:3. 

Hamilton, Professor Carl Jr. - ^elat^s of past year's studies, 
28:6:4. 

Hamilton, Dr. E.J. - Duke professor, in Spain doing research 
on nrice revolution, 27:7:3; 
To lecture in Snain, 29:26:7. 

Hamilton, Dr.J.C. - Lectures to Historical Society, 6:28:1. 

Hanes, Chisinan - To edit Chanticleer, 25:29:1; 
Chosen by Red Friars, 25:31:1; 
Elected Into O.D.K. , 25:31:1. 

Hanes, Dr. Frederic - Added to Duke Medical School, 28:3:3. 

Hardaway, R.T. - Elected captain of wrestling team, 19:22:1; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1. 

Hardin, L.L. - -^aken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11:1. 

Hargrave, C.H. - Picture, 25:2:4. 

Harmon, Francis S. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A., on "World Problem", 
picture, 29:3:1. 

Harmon, G-eorge - Trinity's Peace Contest speaker, 16:26:1. 

Harper, Dr.W.A. - Elon pi-exy, was honored guest at 9019 banquet, 
picture, 25:20:1. 

Harrell, C.J. - And J.M.Culbreth are chosen to SDeak for Founderb 
Day Lledal, 2:2( :4. 

Harrell, I.S. - Elected deitor of next Archive, 10:29:4. 

Harrell, Dr. I.S. - Appointed to faculty, 17:1:1. 

Harris, Arthur - Candidate for president of student government, 
23:26:1. 



Harris, I.E. - '^'o manage Chronicle, 24:30:1; 
Picture, 24:30:1. 

Harris, Mrs. I.E. - Bus. manager's sponsor for the Chronicle, 
picture, 25:28:3. 

Harris, I.E. - Picture, 25:2:4; 

Represents Duke at N.C.C.P.A. meeting, 25L7:1; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Harris, John B. - Elected president of student governjjent, 
18:28:4; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 18:30:1. 

Harrlss, Florence - Elected president of Y.M.C.A. , 17:22:1. 

Harrison, B.B. - Installed as president of Y.M.C.A., 17:27:1; 
Initiated into Red Friars, 17:29:3. 

Harrison, Fairfax - Lauds Duke University plans, 21:3:1. 

Harrison, Dr. Paul - I.!edical missionary, addresses medical 
students, 27:19:1. 

Harriss, J.B. - To manage football team next year, 18:13:5. 

Hart, Dr. Julian - Of John Hopkins, elected to faculty of future 
medical school, 25:23:1. 

Harton, Weldon - Picture, 28:10:2. 

Harvey, Margaret - Speaks to Parthenon Society, 16:13:3; 
Elected to Phi Beta ^appa, 17:13:6. 

Harvill, R.A. - Added to faculty, 25:3:1. 

Hatcher, Bob - Cheer leader, piotcire, 24:2:5; 
O-lee club manager, picture, 24:23:1. 

Hatcher, H.J. - Picture, 17:9:5; 
Picture, 19:12:5. 

Hathcock, J.W. - Elected president of Columbia L.S., 15:28:4; 
Appointed to faculty, 18:1:1. 

Hathaway, S.B. - Taken into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:18:3;. 

Hatley, Professor C.C - ■^'o lecture ojj atoms, 19:17:3; 
Lectures to Physics Club, 19:19:1; 

Hatley, Charles C. -Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1;. 

Hauser, Dr.C.R. - lilakes invention of vanishing chemical 
corapaund, 28:24:1. 



Hauser, Jessie - Elected president of Y.W.C.A., 19:19:1; 
President of Women's Student Government, forbids 
smoking among women, 20:13:1. 

Hauss, Mary A. - Elected into White Duchy, 24:30:1. 

Hawks, Dr. Evelyn J. - Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 27:13:1. 

Hay, Dr. J. Howell - Leaves valuable books to library, 
24:16:3. 

Hayes, Bob - Football, picture, 27:3:5. 

Haywood, Luther - ^orraer Duke student killed in accident, 
picture, 25:30:1. 

Head, William G. - Won declamation contest, 15:12:1; 
Picture, 15:12:1. 

Heck, Dr. CM. - Spoke to Crowell Scientific Club, 19:6:3. 

Hedrick, ^.(^. - And Willis Snith speak to Y.M.C.A., 5:23:3; 
Speaks at Law Clinic, 28:14:1; 
Tells Inw school history, 28:15:1; 

Hegner, Professor R.W. - Lectures at Duke, 28:9:1. 

Heitman, Polly - Elected president of Athena Coed Lit.Soc, 
7:17:1. 

Heizer, James - Picture, 27:28:1. 

Hendren, Di'.L.L. - Spealcs to Science Club, 1:5:1; 
Speaks to Science Club, 1:6:2; 
Lectures on N.Y. Tunnel system 2:24:1; 
Lectures on air fllgnt, 3:16:1; 
To address alumni, 20:31:1. 

Hendrickson, Horace - Tapped by Red Friars, 29:31:1. 

Hendrix, Bishop E.E. - To deliver Avera Lectures, 11:17:3; 

Delivers Avera Ifecture on "Christian Teachings", 11:27:1, 

Herbert, Russell - Picture, 29:25:1. 

Herbin, S. - Wins Sophmore debate, 2:32:1; 

And A. ^.Proctor issue -^ hahdbook, 4:1:1. 

Herring, H.J. - Initiated into Red Friars, 16:30:1; 
On Trinity debating leara, 17:16:1; 
Selected as regional chairman of Student Conference, 

17:16:2; 
Attends convention of national student committee for the 

limitation of armanents, 17:19:1; 
Speaks to ,,esperla L.S., 18:4:4; 



Herring, H,J. (continued) 

Arrointed to faculty, 20:2:1; 

Calls roll in sophraore class meeting, 24:11:5; 

To study at Columbia, 25:14:1; 

Talks on pronibition, 28:17:1; 

Herron, Jaraes P. - To substitue for De "art in 1925, 
20:27:1; 
Picture, 20:28:1. 

Hesperia Literary Society - Versus ^olurabians, 1:1:1; 
Holton elected president, 2:12:1; 
And Colubbians meet Jointly, 2:13:3; 
Is visited by co-eds, 2:25:1; 
Are defeated by Colunbians, 2:30:1; 
Elect officers, 3:6:1; 
Invite coeds to meeting, 3:13:3; 
Elects officers, 3:24:2; 
Defeat Columbian*, 3:32:1; 
Defeats Columbians, 4:31:1; 
Holds elctlon, 5:22:1; 
Triumps over Columbians, 6:29:1; 
Elects officers, 7:8:1; 

And Col.L.S. try open house debating, 7:12:1; 
Wins inter-society debate, 7:30:1; 
And 'Columbians have meeting, 8:2:1; 
Selected their debating team, 8:12:1; 
Award medals, 8:29:1; 
Strive to get new men, 10:2:4; 
Initiates freshmen, 10:3:1; 
have reception, 10:10:1; 

Annual inter-societ won by Hesperians, 10:16:1; 
Win inter society debate, 11:16:1; 

Chooses Fisher, Newman, and West as debaters, 12:11:1; 
Defeats Columbia in debate, 12:15:1; 
Honors R.L. •flowers with oil painting, 12:23:1; 
^^^olds meeting with Colu^Jbia L.S., 13:2:1; 
Winner in 27th annual debate, 14:14:1; 
Talces in new men, 15:3:1; 
To nave reception, 15:7:1; 
Have preliminary debate, 15:12:4; 
M.A.Braswell elcted president, 15:14:1; 
H.K.King elected president, 16:22:3; 
Selects Small, Sprinkle, Chambers, and f'isher as de- 

Qatprs, 16:13:1; 
President Snrinkle si^eaks, 13:2:4; 
Professor R.L. Flowers speaks, 18:2:4; 

Hears addresses by Herring, and R.W, Bradshaw, 19:4:4; 
L.S.Brady elected president, 18:8:1; 
Takes in 22 men, 19:3:3; 
Rev.lvl.T.Plyler speaks, 19:5:4; 

C.Cr.Knox elected president of ttesperia, 19:7:2; 
W.L.Glegg delivered oration, 19:26:4; 
S.D.Bundy elected president, 21:30:1; 



Hesperla Literary Society (continued) 

Agree on Hhllllr>lne Indeoendence for annual debate, 
24:i8:i; 

Charles Llvingood, J.I.Morgan, and R.M.Johnson se- 
lected as debate team, 24:14:6; 

Debaters win Inter-soclety debate for third consecutive 
year, 25:i9:i;. 

Hester, H.L. - Presidential candidate for student government, 

23:24:1; 
Chronicle representative, elected N.GC.P.A. president, 

23 ' 30: 1* 
Elected Into Red Friars, 23:31::^; 
Picture, 23:3i:i; 
To edit "^hronicle, 23:31:1; 
O.D.K., picture, 24j3l:l; 
Duke candidate for ^hodes Scholarship, 25:5:1;. 

Hester, Mrs. H.L. - Editor's sponsor for the '^hronlcle, pic- 
ture, 24:29:3. 

Hickman, Dr. Frank S. - Begins series of lectures, 24:i4:6; 
Speaks to students, picture, 27:14:1; 

Gives vlvfld account of conditions in Far East, 28:3:3; 
To Speak to co-ed meeting, 28:6:1; 
Speaks at vesprrs, 28:12:1; 
Soeaks at Older ®oys Conference, 28:13:4; 
picture, 29:2:1; 
Speaks to students, 29:3:3; 
Preaches on "Creative Power", 29:19:6; 
Grives strong sermon on "The Beginning of Wisdom", 
29:23:10. 

High, Mr. Stanley - Picture, 28:6:1; 
To speak to students, 28:6:1; 
Is speaker at vespers, 28:7:1; 
Addresses student body, 28:7:4. 

Hlnahara, Rev. Z. - To be suonorted by Hay Street Church of Fay- 
etteville, 1:14:3; 
Speaks to students, 21:3:3. 

Hlnshaw Opera Troupe - '-^'o present "Don Pasquale", 20:3:3; 

Presents "Don Pasquale" before large audience, 20:5:1. 

Hlpps, M. T. - Elected chairman of ^alelgh district of Student 
Qonference of ^oiunteers, 18:21:5. 

Historical Society - Hears Professor J. A. I-Iorgan, 6:10:10. 

Hitchcock, Senator G-. M. - ^o be commencement soeaker, 16: 
26:i. 

Hobbs, A. J. - Elected president of Y.M.C.A. , 13:25:1; 
New business mgr. of Chronicle, 13:28:1. 

Hobbs, Marcus E. - Elected vice pres. of student gov. , 27:26:1. 



Hobgood, E.B. - And A. W. Morton are chosen as Duke debaters 
against Tenn. , 2:19:1; 
Elected president of federated alumni clubs, 20:9:i. 

Hobson, tiaptaln R- P. - Speaks on the "New Era", 13! 20:1. 

Hoffman, V.N. - Chosen editor-ln-chlef for next year, 1:19:2. 

Holllngsworth, Harry - Football, picture, 22ilO:5;ODK, 25:11:4. 

Hogue, Rev. - Hakes address to Y. on "Bible Study", 6:5:1. 

Holt, Hamilton - "^o make commencement address, 12:27:1. 

Holloway, Helen - Selected aa May Queen, 18:18:4; 
To be queen at May festival, 18:25:1. 

Holt, Dp. Ivan Lee - Leads revival here, 24:ii:l; 
Completes revival, 24:12:1. 

Holton, Holland - Elected president Hegperia L. S. , 2:12:1; 

And E.O.Cole are the winning debaters against Vanderbllt, 

picture, 2:l4:i; 
To conduct course In oratory, 11:2:3; 
To direct summer school, 13:20:1; 
Appointed to faculty, 17:1 :l; 
To again direct summer school, 17:20:1; 
Announceel outline of summer courses, 18:16:1; 
Discusses first summer school, 18:17:B; 
Plans to offer more courses, ?0:l9:l; 
To direct summer school again, 20:31:1; 
Will direct summer school this year, 24:23:1; 
Announces summer course, 25:22:3; 
Speaks to freshmen, 27:26:1; 
Plans sammer session, 29:22:B. 

Holton, Samuel M. - Chosen by Phi Beta Kappa, 16:10:1. 

Holton, Mildred - Taken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:ii:i. 

Homecoming - Expected to attract many alumni, 22:10:1; 
Varied program pleinned, 28:3:1; 
Enjoyed by 300 alumni, 28:4:7; 
To be held in October, 29:2:1; 
Big rally nl?inned, 29:4:1; 
Many alumni welcomed back, 29:5:1. 

Honeycutt, C. - Picture, 27:28:1. 

Honor System - Adopted by Men's Association, 18:4:1; 

Is subject of talk by Dr.'Vm.Llle (Dean of U.of Va. ) , 

18:9:1; 
900 hear Dean Llle speak on honor system, 18:10:1; 
Honor system upheld, 24:i5:i; 
Honor system of colleges being questioned, 25:15:4. 



Hooker, Miss Louisa - Fictiire, 28:13!4; 
G-lven extensive trip, 29:24:4; 
Represents Duke at Women's Inter-Colleglate Association, 

picture, 29:9:1; 
Represents Duke at Student Federation meet, 29:i4:i. 

Hoover, Professor C.B. - Aids in local survey, 2i:2i:3; 
Returns from economic study of Russia, 27:2:4; 
Picture, 27:3:1; 
Writes book, "The Economic Life of Soviet Russia", 

27:16:4; 
Elected Into Phi Beta Kappa, 27:18:1; 
Speaks to seniors, 28'8:3; 
Is honored in Berlin, picture, 29:i6:3;. 

Hoover, Herbert C. - Picture, 25:2:1. 

Hoover, Mr. Lyman - Speaks on "Christian Calling", 18:22:4. 

Hopl Indians - Appear at Duke, 24:15:6. 

Horack, Dr.H.C. - Added to faculty, 27:1 :i; 
Returns from European tour, 29:12:3; 
Chosen lay California to Investigate situation of law 
schools, 29:22:1. 

Hornaday, Professor C.L. - Anpolnted to faculty, 12:i:i; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 14:3:1; 
Elected president of Davenport College, 17:19:1. 

Home, J.L. - Elected head cheer leader, 2:25:1. 

Home, J.L. Jr. - To sneak at N.C.C.P.A. convention, picture, 
28:6:1. 

Home, Wendell - Is elected president of men's student government, 
picture, 28:26:1; 
Represents Duke at Student Federation meet, 29:14:1; 
Picture, 29*22:1; 
Elected president of N.C. federation, 29:29:1. 

Horton, A. W. - And E. B. Hobgood choosen as Duke debaters against 
tenn. , 2:19:1; 
Wins sophraore debate, 1:19:1. 

Hounshell, ReV.C.G-. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 6:10:5; 
Addresses college on "Duty", 13:25:3; 
To direct Mission Institue Here, 19:22:4. 

Howard, RpV.L.P. - Addresses Y.M.C.A., 9:16:4. 

Howie, Martha - ^enresents Duke at Women's Intercollegiate Ass- 
ociation, 29:9:1. 



Hubcrman, Edward - Dlsevsses adrant&ge In Prance* a UalTcrsltj 
City, ?9:l?:5. 

Rubfcell, Dr. Jay - "o a.»ad nutllc^tlon of new j3vamal,*i»> 
erlcan Literature', 25:22:1. 

Huch.lna, Chesley K. - Elected to Thl Beta Kappa, 2C:19:1. 

Huckatee, Kiss Ell en H. - Elected to head Toaen's Asaoelatlon, 
23:22:1;. 

Huckabee, W.T. - Initiated Into Red Frlara, 17:29:3. 

Hudson, H.G. - Wins 9019 dee. contest, 7:i3:l. 

Hu^es, BlshoD Edwin H. - To :;reach coxaenceaent seraon, 
15:29*:l. 

Hugglns, D. S. - U. S.C. student chosen as !r-rth rarollaa 
Rhodes scholar, 2S:i3:l. 

Hughes Law Clut - C-ranted charter, 28*2:1. 

Hunter, Claudia T. - Elected to Phi 3eta Kappa, 22:9:1. 

Hunter, H.R. - Elected to ass. tus. agr. of Chronicle, 

5:23:3. 

Hunter, Nell - ^olored soloist, will be heard la last •oocert of 
year, 27:27:1; 
jlves last concert of year, 27:28:1. 

Hunter, Roy - Elected football caotaln, 24:13:3; 
Picture, 25:2:4; 
Picture, 25:2:5; 

Elected Into C.D.I. , 25:31:1. 

Kulty, A. - To be guest of Art Ass- of Duke U. , 29:19:1. 
Hutchlngs, CM. - Speais to Fortnlshtly Tlub, 5:25:1. 
Hyatt, Don - Picture, 28:10:1. 

I. 

Inauguration - Progra*, fi:7:l; 
FrosraE coapletsd, *:3:1; 

Trinity's oresldent Inducted with laTjressire exercise, 
fi:iO:l; 

Inaugural address, 6:10:8. 

Infiraary - Has treated 100 patients, 24:11:4. 



International Relations - Club formed by Dr. J. Fred Rlppy , 

R.S.Rankin, and R. R. Wilson, 25:S:l; 
ConferBnce speaker are Edwin S. Couvln, G. G-. Wilson, and 

Pierre de Lannux, 27:18:1; 
Student conference to be held, 27:15:1. 

Ivey, George F. - Establishes gold prize for best science stu- 
dent, 20:15:1. 



J. 

Jackh, Dr. Ernst - Speaks before Historical Society, 23:17:1. 

Jackson, Professor D. C. - Added to Engineering School, 19: 
S:4. 

Jackson, D. K. - Taken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:ii:i; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Jackson, J.L. - Initiated into Red Friars, 17:29:3; 
Addresses Colunbia L.S. , 18:2:6; 
Elected president of senior class, 1923, 18:3:5; 
Leads student government In first term of operation, 

18:17:6; 
Leaves with debate team to meet N.Y.U. and Swarthmore, 

18:21:4; 
Wins second place in oratorical eontest, 18:27:6; 
Is one of Duke representatives for Rhodes Scholarship,, 

19:6:1. 

Jackson, Jean - To lead Easter dances, 28:l3t3. 

Jaffa, J.I. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 17:18:6. 

Jaffe, L.I. - Speaks to Fortnightly Ciub, 5: 11:1. 

Jaffe, Louis - Wins honors ftom Europe, 15:12:5; 

Editor of the Norfolk, Va. "Virginia Pilot" to speak 

at N.C.C.P.A. meeting, picture, 29:15:1; 
Speech at N. C.C.P. A.meeting, 29:16:2. 

James, Beefy - Taurlan, picture, 23:25:1. 

James, Pinkie - Football, picture, 29:96^2. 

Jankftski, Jan - Football, picture, 24:3:5; 

Nation's leading scorer, picture, 25:13:5. 

Jarrett, R. F. - Of Davidson, elected N. CO. P. A. president, 
picture, 25:28:1. 

Jarvls Dormitory - Ready for occupation, 8:7:1, 

Jeanette, Dot - Star in Taurlans presentatioh of "Yello?/ Jkck- 
et", picture, 23:25:1. 



Jefferson, Rev. Charles E. - To preach commencement sermon, 
6:23!1. 

Jenkins, Ernest - Picture, 25:5:1; 

Chosen head of Junior class, 25:5:1; 
Baseball, picture, 25:25:5; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1; 
Baseball, picture, 25:31:3. 

Jenkins, John R. - "''o represent Duke in debating, 28:19:1. 

Jennings, Bill - Wins Sedgefield (k>lf trophy, 24:11:6; 
To organize golf club, 24:16:4. 

Jensen, Dr. Howard E. - Added to socioliogy dept. for coming year, 
27:iO:i; 
Speaks at vespers, 28:6:1; 
Speaks to graduates, 28:17:1; 
Speaks to students, 29:17:6; 
Speaks at Rutherford College Commencement, 29:31:1;. 

Jitney Players - To make appearance on Women's Campus, 27:9:1; 
Present, 27:10:1. 

Johnson, Amos - Nominated for oresldent of student government, 
24:27:1; 
Elected nresident of student government, 24:28:1; 
Is inducted into office, 24:31:1; 
One of csjnpus leaders, picture, 25:2:4; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30:i. 

Johnson, Miss Audrey - Picture, 22:10:1; 
Selected queen of May, 25:20:1; 
May Queen, picture, 25:22:1; 
To be crowned queen of May, 25:28:1. 

Johnson, Dr. Frank P. - Added to faculty, Greek dept., 22:4:1. 

Johnson, Harvey - Football, picture, 20:11:4. 

Johnson, J.D. - Initiated into Red Friars, 16:30:1; 
Initiated into Red Friars, 17:29:3; 
Baseball, picture, 18:28:3. 

Johnson, James - Killed in auto accident, picture, 27:4:1. 

Johnson, Rev.L. - Speaks at Y.M.C.A. , 2: 10:1. 

Johnston, Gay - Chosen May Qyeen, picture, 28:22:1. 

Johnston, R.L. - Speaks to Biologicil Club, 15:9:3. 

Johnston, R.M. - Will edit 1916 Chronicle, 10:28:1; 
Bus. mgr. of Archive, 24:30:1; 



Johnston, R.M. (continued) 
Picture, 25:2B:1; 
Picture, 25:9:4;. 

Jones, Dr.B. - Endows a college to bear his name, 21:20:1. 

Jones, Miss Beryl - '^'o be Queen of May, 24:18:1; 
Elected ^ay Queen, 24:26:1. 

Jones, Captain - Football, picture, 16:12*1, 

Jones, E.L. - Receives Wesp'^rian orator's .-nedal, 7:29:1. 

Jones, Coach "oward - Here to begin work, 19:20:1; 
Makes team work, 19:21:1; 
Picture, 19:27:.3; 

Heads Trinity's new coaching staff, 20:1:1; 
To coach at U. of So. Cal. next year, 20:16:1; 
Sends in resignation as coach, 20:13:1. 

Jones, S.C. - Dies in auto accident, 27:28:1. 

Jones, Rev. Stanley - Of India, to give cormencernent speech, 20: 
30:1. 

Jones, V.D. - Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Jones V.O. - New wrestling captain, picture, 24:21:5; 
Picture, 25:2:4; 

Elected captain of wrestling tean, 25:11:5; 
To enter natiobal wrertling tourney in Chicago, pic- 
ture, 25:23:3. 

Jordan, A.C. - Appointed to faculty, 18:1:1; 

To preside over N.C. English Teachers Convention, 
28 : 10 : 1 ; 

Jordan, A.M. - And Arnold ^rlggs are tennis champions, 4:9:1;. 

Jordan, C.E. - G-lee club manager, plan tour of eastern N.C, 18f 
19:5; . 

Joslin, Dr. Elliot - To conduct clinic at Duke, 28:16:1. 

Joyner, J.Y. - Spoke to students, 3*22:1. 

Judd, Walter - Medlcnl missionary, speaJcs to students, 28: 
22:1. 

Judson, Dr.H.P. - To make address at inautmration SKercise, 
6:6:1; 
Picture, 6:10:5. 



Kale, Maxwell - Elected to Phi Beta Kapm, 20:i9:i. 

Kacpa Alplia - Hold party, 3:12:1; 

Is given dinner by Dr.Kllgo, 3:22:3; 
Has picnic, 7:5:2;. 

Kappa Alnha Theta - Installed here, 24:12:1; 

Professor Bryan Bollch elected chief alumnus of 

Kapt)a AlToha fraternity, 24:i4:i; 
To be installed, 24:17:1; 
Installation to be elaborate affair, 24:18:1. 

Kappa Kappa '^amma - To install chapter on campus, 27:2:1; 
Installs ckkpter here, 27:5:1. 

Kappa 3igma - History, 3:32:1; 
Has picnic, 5:4:1; 
Has picnic, 6:5:1; 
Has Dlcnic, 7:4:2; 
Elects officers, 24:17:4. 

Karpinsky, William - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 

Kartzke, Dr. George - Speaks on interchange of culture among 
nations, 29:2i.:3. 

Kassel, Art - Picture, 29:16:1. 

Keen, Dr. W. W. - To present series of lectures, 18:2i:i; 
Delivers lectures, 18:23:1; 
Speaks before Phi Beta Kappa, 18:26:1; 
To speak on Louis Pasteur, 18:27:1; 
Concludes "Flowers" series of lectures, 18:28:1. 

Kellam, E.G. - Editor of Chanticlier, picture, 29:16:2; 
Picture, 29:22:1;. 

Kelly, D.L. - Football, captain of basketball, picture, 23:32: 6; 
O.D.K., picture, 24:31:1. 

Kelly, R. C. - Elected oresident of Hesr.erian L. 3. , 2:7:1; 

Marries Miss Ellen Ibrdecal, 5:3:1. 

Kendall, H. W. - Editor of Chronicle, 12:29:1. 

Kendrlck, Professor B.B. - Speaks on Civil Weir Era, 27: 
2i:i. 

Kennedy, Charles R. - Author and playwright, oicture, 25: 
14:i. 

Kent, Ray - One of publication heads for 1933-34, picture, 
29:3l:i. 



Kenyon, Doris - To give recital, 38:10:1; 

And Clare Clalrbent return to Duke for concert, 29:5:1; 
Picture, 29:8:6; 
Picture, 29:10:1; 
Gives recital, 29:ii:i. 

Kenyon, San Tilalo - Recital attracts large audience, 28:10:4. 

Kerr, Judge Joiin H. - Address Washington celebration, 
17:l7:i; 
Speaks on efficiency and service, 17:18:1. 

Kersey, Art - Chosen captain of baseball, 28:32:3; 
Picture, 29:27:6. 

Klker, P.J. - Elected basketball captain, 5:2:2. 

Kilgo, Dr. John Carlisle - Will conduct revival, l:4:i; 
Speaks at Charlotte, 1:4:3; 

Gives sermon of great farrce as Revival opened, i:6:i; 
Revival conducted by Dr. Kilgo closes, i:7:i; 
Spoke to Y.M.C.A. , 1:9:1; 
Condition still critical, i:ii:4; 

To deliver cornmenceraent address at ^'^anderbilt, 1:14:1; 
To preach sermon Sunday, 1:18:1; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 2:i:l; 
To make address at celebration of Lee's 100th ann. , 

2:i5:l; 
Addresses flrtt meeting of Y.II.C.A. , 2:16:1; 
On general leave, 2:17:1; 
To make address to the Bar Ass., 2:18:1; 
Speaks in Raleigh, 2:25:3; 
Autobiographical address, 2:26:1; 
Attends meeting in St. Louis, 2:30:1; 
Takes hand In Athletic Ass. strife, 2-33:4; 
Gives opening sermon, 3:3:1; , 
Speaks on Benefactor's Day, 3*4:1; 
Speaks in GreensborO; 3:19:4; 
Gives Kappa Alpha dinner, 3:22:3; 
Addresses flrfct Y. meeting, 4:i:i; 
"I Have Finished the Work", 4:3:1; 

"The American Voter", first Faculty Lecture, 4:8:1; 
Conducting annual Revival, 4:i7:i; 
Closes revival, 4:i8:l; 
Commencement speaker, 4:2i:i; 

In Chicago attending ^ankers Convention, 5:2:1; 
Is heard by large crowd, 5^4:1; 
Gives sermon, 5:10:1; 
Gives sermon, 5:14:1; 
Talks, 5:20:1; 

Receives L.L.D. degree. 5:21:3; 
Is paid tribute by E.B. Craighead, 5:25:4; 
Gives baccalaureate address, 5:29:1; 



Kllgo, J.C. (continued) 

Retires as oresldent of Trinity ^ollege, 5:29:8; 

Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 6:6:i; 

Picture, 6^10:6; 

Turns over Seal and Charter to Dr. Few, 6:10:7; 

Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 6:25:4; 

Speaks to students, 8:6:1; 

Preaches first college sermon, 8:i5:i; 

Preaches second college sermon, 8:l6:i; 

Speaks to Y.M.C.A. 9:6:1; 

Speaks to Y.M. C. A. , '9:10:1; 

To deliver taccalaureate address, 11:29:1; 

Accepts gym contributions, 12'3:i; 

Address alumni, 12:3:1; 

"Chapel Talks" added to Southern Literature, 17:17:1; 

Letters published , 18:10:4; 

"Chapel Talks" widely read, 18:16:5. 

Killlan, J. R. - Hesperian debater, 18:13:1. 

Kim, Miss Influk - Traveling secretary of student volunteer move- 
ment speaks, picture, 25:28:1. 

King, Betsy - Elected Into White Duchy, 24:30:1;. 

King, Carl - Discusses life of O.Henry, 18:15:4; 
Elected president of Coliimblans, 19:10:4. 

King, H. C. - To preach commencement sermon, 9:28:1. 

King, H.K. - Addresses students at Mission Instltlte, 20:24:1; 
Elected president of Hesperla L. S. , 15:22:3. 

King, J.G. - Picture, 25:2:4; 

Taken In by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11 :l;. 

King, Jennings - Tq represent Duke In debating, 25:20:1. 

Klngdoll^, Dr. Frank C. - To lecture here, picture, 27:23:1; 
Speaks during Y.M.C.A. student week, 27:24:1; 
Lectures at Duke, 28:11 :l; 

Delivers series of lectures, picture, 28:12:1; 
Is heard by students, 28:13:1; 
Talk at vespers, 28:13:4; 
To lecture here, nlcture, 29:12:1; 
Visits Duke for third time, 29:i3:i. 

Klrkpatrlck, C. A. - O.D.K., picture, 24:31:1. 

Klrkoatrlck, D. E. - Elected to student council, 20:28:1; 

Elected ^resident of I!en's Student Government, 21:26:1; 
Picture, 21: 28:1; 
Welcomes freshem en, 22:i:i; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 22:9:1. 



Klrkpatrlck, Miss Virginia - From N.C.C.W. , picture, 25:9:1. 

Klrkwood, Dr. Marlon R. - Added to faculty, 27:l:i; 
Picture, 27:l:i. 

Kistler, Henry - Chosen by Red Friars, 25:31:1; 
Elected into O.D.K. , 25:3i:i. 

Kltchln, Dr. T.D. - Present at medical school dedication, 
27:25:1. 

Kittredge, Dr. George - Addresses student body, 8:24:1. 

Klove, William - Elected soph president, 29:27:1. 

Knight, Dr.E. W. - V7rites book "The Influence of Reconstruction 
on Education in the South", 9:8:4; 
Published book on teaching, 11:10:3; 
Publishes book on education, 12:7:1. 

Knott, Lawson B. - Ppesident of senior class, plcturd, 
29:3:1; 
Is ready for Tulane debate, 29:19:1; 
Picture, 29:22:1. 

Knoff, Baron - To lecture here, 15:27:1; 
Lectures on "Bolshevism", 15:28:3. 

Knott, L.B. - Picture, 29:22:1. 

Knox, C. G. - Elected ^resident of senior class, 19:3:4; 
Elected president of Hesperia, 19:7:2. 

Koffler, Arthur - '^o represent Duce in debating, 28:i9:i; 
Wins oratorical contest, 28:32:1. 

Kolbe, Henry E. - Elected into Phi Beta Kanpa, 29:7:1. 

Koneeny, Josef - Violinist, to be heard here, 15:9:1; 
Violin concert was very good, 15:12:1. 

Koo, Dr.T. Z. - Speaks to students, 28:17:1. 

Korstian, Dr. C.F. - New director of Duke Forests, 27:6:3; 
Head forester, picture, 37:9:1; 
Directs development of Duke forests, 27:15:1; 
Assists in editing manual, 28:i:i; 
Writes book, 28:4:4; 
Returns from Europe, 29:6:7. 

Kramer, Kiss Elizabeth - Picture, 19:29:1. 

Krummel, Dr. Charles A. - Appointed to faculty, 18:i:l; 
Writes for "South Atlantic Quarterly", 29:7:3. 



Kubota, Mr. - Of Japan enters Trinity, 4: 1:1. 

Kuchnemann, Eugene - '^o speak here, 28:34:1; 

Speaks at PM Beta Kappa festivities on Goethe, 28:25:1. 

Kuglmiya, T. - Writes letter to Y.U.C.A. , 1:15:3. 



L. 



Lacy, Dr.B.R. - Speaks here, picture, 28:2351. 

LaFlamme, Dr.H.F. - Addresses Y. on "Mission Study", 4:5:1. 

Lagerstadt, Captain Ed. - Football, picture, 20:7:1; 
Picture, 20^11 : 3; 

Chosen captain of football, 20:i3:i; 
Picture, 20:26:3. 

Lalvlng, Miss Sadie - Elected queen of May, 23*20:1. 

Lambda Phi - Musical fraternity organized, 20:i0:l. 

Lambeth, Manager - Picture, 10:16:1. 

Lambeth, W. A. - Commencement speaker, 4:21:1; 
To address alumni meeting, 4:32:1. 

Lambeth, Rev. W. A. - Resigns work, i:i9:i. 

Lambeth, Dr. W. A. - Speaks to students, 28:i:i. 

Lambeth, Congressman-elect W.J. - To speak on Duke Day, 
27:i2:l. 

Land, Anne Marguerite - Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 
18:20:1. 

Lander, W. H. - Reads paper to Sigma Upsilon, 18:20:3; 
Initiated into Red Friars, 17:29:3; 
Selected Chronicle editor, 17:30:i. 

Landon, Dr. C.E. - Writes book "Readings in Marketing Prin- 
ciples", 22:3:1. 

Lander, Frances - CrKonlcle sponsor, picture, 18:30:1. 

Lane, Dr. R. P. - Speaks on European Misery, 18:20:1. 

Lane, S.L. - ^ade business manager of Chanticleer, 16:28:3. 

Laney, Nick - Picture, 28:9:5; 



Laney, Mick (continued) 
Picture, 28:i0:i; 
Football, picture, 39:i:5; 
Picture, 29:5:5; 
Picture, 29:9B:3. 

Lang, Dr.G-eorge - Elected president of O.D.K., 29:21:1;. 

Langley, Dr. W. H. - To lecture here, 25:14:1; 
Pictures marine life here, 25:15:1. 

Lannlng, Dr.John T. - V/rltes book about Spain, 25:9:1; 
Gi-oes to *'outh America on Guggenhelmer fellowship, 

27:7:1; 
Picture, 27:7:4; 
To represent Duke at Montevideo Congress In ^ruguay, 

27:i4:l. 

de Lannux, Pleere - To sneak here at conference of International 
relations, 27:18:1. 

Lapey, Professor M.L. - Added to faculty, 16:l:i. 

Laprade, Dr.W. T. - Writes book, 5:16:1; 

Spoke to students on "The Eyes of History", 5;27:i; 
Author of "England and French Revolution, 1708-1797", 

5:29:4; 
Speaks to Y.M.G.A. , 6:7:4; 
Writes book, 6:18:4; 

Addresses Y.M.C.A. , on "Sympathy", 7:7:3; 
Writes on "Negroes In District of Columbia", 7:7:3; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 8:8:1; 
Gets high praise In Richmond, 8:19:4; 
Marries, 9:1:5; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 9:14J4; 
Speaks to Commonwealth Club, 10:3:i; 
Speaks to students on "Ewropean Situation", 10:4:1; 
Speaks on war, 11:7:1; 
Speaks on war, 12:26:1; 

Speaks on need of educatfed. men, 13:i3:i; 
Addresses members of S.A. T.C., 14*1 :i; 
Lectures to Y.M.C.A., 15^10:1; 
Lectures on the German constitution, 15^25:1; 
Speaks on the "Race Question", 15:28:1; 
Lectures on the "Ministry", 16:5:1; 
Addresses Columbia L. S. , 18:2:6; 
V/rites book "Parliamentary Papers of John Robinson", 

18:8:4; 
Lectures to Y.M.C.A., 19:4:4; 
Writes book "British History for American Students? 

22:7:1; 
Back after research work of fourteen months, 24:i:2;. 



Lee, Rev.E-F. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 9:9:1. 

Lee, Rev. James - To preach, comniencenient sermon, 10:22:1. 

Lee, T.C. - Chief engineer of Duke Construction Co., pic- 
ture, 25:25:1. 

Lee, W. B. - Addresses Y.M.C.A., 10:9:1. 

Leftwlch, A. E. - Leads orchestra on eastern trip with glee 
club, 22:9:1; 
Picture, 24:20:1; 

And J.F.Barnes take musical clubs to Virginia, 27:20:1; 
Picture, 28:17:1; 

And his University Club Band, picture, 29:4:3; 
Picture, 29:ll:l. 

Legal Aid Clinic - To be opened by Duke Law School, 28:1:3; 

Professor John S.Bradway heads legal aid clinic, 28:2:4; 

Explained to bar, 28:4:1; 

Is going strong, 28:7:1; 

Ti's. W. T.Bost speaks, 28:10:1; 

H.3-. Hedrlck sioeaks, 28:13:1; 

Hon. Willis Smith speaks, 28:13:1; 

Shows much Increase, 28:15:4; 

Hears speech by Hon. A. B. Andrews, 29:11:3. 

Lehrbach, Chip - Picture, 28:2:1. 

Le Sound, Dr.H.M. - Succeeds Soper on Y.LI.C.A. com., 25:19:1. 

Letter Club - Organized, 7:21:1. 

Levermore, Dr. Charles H. - Speaks on I.ionroe Doctrine and 
Foreign Policy, 17:10:3. 

Levin, Jacob - Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 

Lew, Dr. Timothy Tingfong - To preach commencement sermon, 
23:31:1; 
Addresses seniors at commencement, 23:32:1. 

Lewis, H.L. - Initiated into O.D.K., 29:12:1. 

Lewis, Senator J.H. - Opens 5rd Liberty Loan Campaign in 
Durhajn, 13:27:3. 

Lewis, M.S. - Organises Trinity orchestra, 13:13:1. 

Lewis, "Red" - Track, picture, 29:29:5. 

Lewis, W. M. - Delivers address on war, 13:21:1. 



Leyburn, Rev. E.R. - Sooke to Y.M.C.A. on missions, 1:11:3; 
Speaks to Y.1,!.C.A. , 14:17:1. 

Leybrun, I.Ir.J. G. - G-iven Princeton fellowship, 16:24:3. 

Liberal Club - Hears speech by Norman Thomas, 27:10:1. 

Library - Reoort, 1905, 1:7:1; 
Report, 2:l9:i; 

Receives excellent education and law books, 3:i7:i; 
Education library installed, 4:5:1; 
Breedlove gives history of Trinitj'- Library, 4:i0:i; 
Mr.Breedlove Is elected president of N.C. Library Ass., 

7:lO:l; 
Breedlove re-elected president, 7:l2:i; 
To aid men in khaki, 13:2:1; 

Receives Martin R. Chaff in collection, 16:16:3; 
Dr. A. LL Shipp's collection added, 17:14:1; 
Under J. P. Breedlove has Increased 63,240, 18:1S:7; 
Library foundation at new Dulte is finished, 21:7:1; 
Picture, 21: 18:1; 

G-eorge Washington's diary in library, 21:18:1; 
New library is almost ready to open, 23: 19:1; 
J. P. Breedlove head since 1898, 23:19:1; 
B.Powell to do away with stolen book problem, 24:16:1; 
G-ets marble bust of B.N. Duke, 24:29:1; 
Ben Powell put in charge of circulation, 25:i:l; 
Law library of 40,000 vol. capacity Installed on new 

campus, 27: 1:4; 
History at Duke U. , 27:2:3; 
Shows remarkable expansion, 27:10:4; 
Expanding rapidly, 28:1:3; 

Duke has largest library in Southeast, 28:12:4; 
Posresses remarkable collection, 28:16:1;'^ 
Holds first rank in Southeast, 29:1 :3; 
Ben Powell gives cotlrse in general library science, 29:3:3. 

Llle, Dr.'.Villlara I'. - Dean of U.of Va. , speaks regarding Honor 
System, 18:9:1; 
900 hear speech on honor system, 18:10:1. 

Lilly, Dr. D.Clay - Edits Y.H.C.A. Handbook, li:l:i; 
Picture, 24:27:1; 

Will soeak at semi-centennial banquet of Phi Delta Theta, 
24:2'7:i. 

Lilly, 'A'llllam B. - Dies, 3:20:1; 

Ilemorlam in his honor, 3^20:4; 

Sonnet to his memory, 3:21:2; 

Is given tribute by faculty, 3:22:3; 

Is given tribute by sophmore class, 3:22:3. 

Is given memoriam honor by Y.LI.C. A., 3'22:3. 

Llm, CO. - Speaks on "World Peace", 18:11:4; 

Llneback, V.R. - Bus.mgr. of Chanticleer, 24:30:1; 
Picture, 25:2:4. 



Lindsay, Dr. Samuel LI. - Addresses students of economics, 9:27:1. 

Lippard, Homer - To edit Chronicle, 25:29:1; 
Elected Into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Literary Societies - See names of societies 
Award medals, 1:19:1; 
To have joint meeting, 2:9:1; 
Begun, 7:2:1; 
Award medals, 8:29:1; 
Become war saving clubs, 13:23:1; 
Ask for publication fee, 13:28:1. 

Seniors give up complete control of publications, 23:14:1; 
Hear address by Hon. O.Max Gardner, 12:7:1; 
Plan debate, 12:9:1. 

Little John, Hon.MeJ?tln W. - To deliver commencement address, 
23:30:i; 
To addpess seniors, 23:3?:i. 

Llvengood, Charles - One of Duke candidates for Rhoder schol- 
arship, 27:3:1; 

Interviewed by Rhodes Scholarship Committee, 27:10:1; 

Picture, 27:28:1; 

Former Chronicle editor, elected to Harvard Law Revue, 
picture, 29:8:4. 

Llvengood, Mrs C.H. - Sr)onsoring 1950-31 Chronicle, nicture, 
27:30:2. 

Livermore, Dr. C.H. - To address students on peace, 17:9:1. 

Lloyd, Fred M. - Wins Southern Conference boxing championship, 
picture, 28:21:3; 
Picture, 29:15:5; 
Picture, 29:27:6. 

Loan Fund - Committee to aid students now planned, 29:23:9. 

Locldiart, Hon. James A. - Dies, 1:2:1. 

Lomax, Professor J. A. - To speak to students, 6:24:1; 
Speaks to students, 6:29:1. 

London, Henry M. - To speak to law students, 28:7:4. 

Long, Mrs.D. W. -'Sponsor of the business manager of the Chronicle, 
picture, 20:30:i. 

Long, J. A. - 0-1 ves library books, 3 1 28:1. 

Longo, Tony - New golf coach, picture, 25:27:5. 

Lowe, ReV. G. - To conduct annual revival, 3:1611. 



Lucas, Miss Carle - Picture, 29:8:1. 

Lucas, R. - Business manager of Chronicle resigns, 9:19:2. 

Luccock, Dr. H. E. - Speaks before lai'ge audience. Picture, 
28:18:1. 

Lundgren, Carl R. - Tapped by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 
Elected Into Phi Beta Kap^^a, 29:7:1. 

Lundgren, Ray - Picture, 29:2P:i; 
Red Friar, picture, 29:30:1. 

Lunn, Sir Henry - Will streak on the League on Nations, 
25:2:1; 
To speak at Duke, 25:17:1; 
Picture, 25:21:1; 
To lecture here, picture, 24:8:1; 
Speaks on "Prevention of War", 24:ii:l. 

Lynch, J. W. - Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 5:8:1. 

Lyon, Professor D^vld G-. - Noted £U?cheologl9t, lectures 
here, 19:i9:i; 
Lectures on explorations In Palestine, 19:20:i. 

M. 

Mabry, W. A. - Initiated Into C.D.K,, 22:5:1. 

McCall, Gov. S. W. - Tq deliver commencement address, 15:27:1. 

McCai-thy - His play, "If I Were King" to be presented by 
Taurlans, 18:20:3. 

McCollum, Dr.E. V. - Of Johns-Hopkins, lectures on vitamins 
and food analysis, 18:15:1; 
To speak to Chemical society, 28:15:1. 

McCobb, Professor k.H. - Reads paper on "The Faust Legend" 
to Fortnightly ^lub, 7:10:3. 

McConnell, Bishop F.J. - '^o deliver commencement sermon, 
25:30:1. 

McCormack, John - ■'•'o appear here In concert, 28:1)9:1; 
v:ill sing here, picture, 28:21:1; 

J^cCrea, Dr. F. D. - Addresses medical school faculty, 27: 
9:1. 

McCrea, G. W. - Added to faculty, 29: 1:1. 



McDermott, Dr. Malcolm - Added to faculty, S7:i:l; 
Picture, 27:1:4; 
Sioeaks to students, 27:21:1; 
Speaks to students, 28:5:3; 
Speaks at florists convention, 28J9:l; 
Speaks to student body, picture, 29!S:i; 

McDonald, R. W. - Added to faculty, 29:i:l. 

McDonald, U.J. - Scotch Highland Sand played on camr>us, 
2i:8:i. 

McDougall, Dr. William - Accents chair of psychology, 23: 17:1; 

To take charge of department of psychology, pic- 
ture, 23:20:3; 

Picture, 24:2:1; 

Talks to students on Anglo- Am eric an relations, 
24:20:4; 

And Dr. '", C. Davison conduct classes for insane at Raleigh, 
24:25^1; 

Returns from Ohio, picture, 255 24:1; 

Publishes pamplet, 28:4:1; 

Returns from England, 28:4:4; 

Reveals important facts in reseach, 28:32:1; 

Praised as a leader in the field of social psychology, 
29:3:7; 

Picture, 29:9:4; 

Gives views on Duke student body, 29:13:1; 

New book, "Energies of I.Ian" receives much oraise, 
29:14:1. 

M'Dowell, Eishop - Tq preach bacc. sermon, 7:21:1. 

McEntree, Frank - Spoke to students on "Everyman", 2:9:1. 

Macfayden, Dr- Dugae - To deliver commencement address, 
16:28:1; 
To make speech during commencement, 18:30!1. 

McFayden, Miss Elizabeth - Chosen TDresldent of Y.W.C.A. , 
25:23:1; 
Picture, 25:23:1. 

McGill, S.W. - Picture, 3:26:2. 

McCrulre, 'V. B. - C^ogeri president of student government, 
picture, 28:32:1. 

Mcintosh, Professor A. C. - Lectures to Y.H.C.A. , 1:8:1; 
Speaks on legal profession, 1:14:3; 
Book, "Cases on Contracts", 4:6:1; 
Addressed Y.IvI.G. A. , 5:13:1; 

Mcintosh, C.B. - Heads founding of Soanish Club on Camous, 
20:16:3. 



McKay, Irving B. - Appointed to faculty, 18:i:l. 

McKee, Dr. W.J. - SpeaJts at vespers, 28:i4:i. 

McLarty, Dr. E.K. - Held successful revival, 10:17:1; 
Conducts annual revivsl, 16:16:3; 
Revival reviewed, 16:17:1; 
Chosen Y.M.CA. president, 35:R8:i; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1; 

Leader in Musical Club's presentation of "Robin Hood", 
picture, ?7:S9:i. 

licLarty, Furman - Tq be chief marrhall, 2i:25:i; 
Elected ^resident of senior cikss, 22:3:1; 
Initiated into O.D.K. , 22:5:1; 
Elected North Carolina's Rhodes Scholar representative, 

23:13:1; 
Duke Rhodes Scholar, pictures life at Oxford, 25J 
4:i; 

McLean, Governor A. V7. - To be guest at law school banquet, 
20:3o:i; 

Pays tribute to memory of J. B. Duke, 21: 11^1; 
Will speak on O.D.K. day, 24:29:1. 

McNeill, J. C. - To soeak here, 2:4:1; 
Gives lecture, 2:5:1; 
Lauded by Few and Mlms, 5:6:1. 

JicRae, W.V. - Elected president of Y.M.CA. , 2:14:3. 

I.!ack, Moxy - Picture, 28:305 3. 

Mackie, D. 3. - ¥p preach commencement sermon, 2:18:1. 

Maddox, Captain - Picture, 10:24:i. 

Maggs, Dr. D.B. - Added to faculty, 27:i:i. 

Manchester, Dr. A. K. - Speaks to co-eds, 28: 15:1. 

Manly, John M. - '^o visit, 8:2:2; 

Speaks o f William Van M-od^', 8:3:1. 

Mann, Dr.F. A. - Speaks to Science Club, 5:7:1. 

Manush, Frank - New baseball coach, 13:i9:i. 

Marget, E. - Elected into Vmite Duchy, 28:3i:i. 

Marshall, W.H. _ Candidate for Rhodes Scholarship, 27:3:i; 
Interviewed by Rhodes Scholarship committee, 
27:io:i. 

Markham, Miss Peyton - Wins Eko*L short story contest, 13:28:1. 



Markham, Charles E, - Elected to Phi Beta ^appa, 20'19:i. 

Marr, W. M. - Addresses Hist, Society on ^herftkee Indian, 

7 ! 7 J 3* 
With W.^. Allison and J. W.Hajrblsm speak on "House Fly" 

to Science Club, 7:10:1; 
Elected secretary of 3otanic»|Clut>, 7:16:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kaooa, 16:20:3; 
Initiated into flh.1 Beta Kappa, 16:24:1. 

Marr, S. W. - Business manager , Archive, 7:i8:i. 

Martin, Dr. W.J. - Speaks on Benefactor's Day, 8:5:1. 

Mason, Dr. A. T. - Theory hotly attacked, 21:25:5; 
Book is praised, 2i:30:i. 

Mason, Lowell -F^ootball, plctiare, 27:ii:5; 
Picture, 2C:10{5B; 
Picture, 28:i4:3; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 28«29:i; 
Picture, 29:i:5; 
Picture, 29:3B:i; 
Picture, 29:22:i; 
Red Friar, picture, 29:30:i. 

Mason, WiiliajD,- Chosen to lead Phi Deltia Phi, legal 
fraternity, 29:15:1. 

Mathison, Edith W. - Picture, 25:i5:i. 

Matton, W.G. - Elected nresident of Y. , 4:i3:i. 

Maughan, William,- To come here as assistant forester, 
27:8:i. 

Maxwell, W. C. - Speaks on ^erraan schools, 27:5:1. 

May Day - Plans are elenborate, 23:29:1; 
Co-eds plan for May Day, 24:17:3; 
Featured by Taurian presentaion and pageant, 
27:26:1;. 

May (^ueen - Martha Wiggins crov/ned, 16:28:1; 
Edna Eeasley selected, 17:26:1; 
Helen Holloway selected, 18:18:4; 
Miss Elsie leavers selected I'ay i^ueen, 20:23:i; 
Miss Beavers, pict'ore, 20:29:3; 
Miss Sadie Laiving elected, 23^20:1; 
Miss E. Jones to be queen of May, 24:18:1; 
Beryl Jones elected, 24:26:1; 

Miss Audrey Johnson selected queen of May, 25:20:1; 
Miss Audrey Johnson, 25:28:1; 
Elizabeth Caldwell chosen, 27:19:1; 
Gay Johnston chosen May ^ueen, 28:22:1; 
Dorthy Newson to be May Queen, 29:20:3. 



Mayo, Dr. Charles H. - Address surgical clinic, 28:i4:i. 

Medical School - Dr. V/. P. Few' s proposal and Trinity's 

$4,000,000 offer toward medical school still un- 
decided, 18:15:1; 

Dr- Few's plan advocated by alumni, 18:18:4; 

^10,000,000 medical school is last gift of James B. 
Duke, 21 : 6:1; 

To have full tloie teaching staff, 21 : 22:1; 

Dr. Wilbur C. Davison to head school, 23:i7:l; 

Dr. Davison, dean, picture, 23:20:3; 

Will rajik with best says Dr. Davison, 23:22:1; 

Tuberculosis hospital may be added, 23*23:1; 

To ODen\ its first unit of new school, 24:5:1; 

Plan's made for opening in fall of 1929, 24:7:1; 

Dr. W.C.Davison outlines plans, 2-^:8:4; 

Enters first year with Dr. Davison as dean, 25:3^2; 

Dr. Harold Amoss is added to medical school faculty, 
25:i7:i; 

Dr. William Forbus elected to faculty, 25:23:1; 

Dr. Julian Hart elected to faculty, 25:23:1; 

Opens for work, 2751 :i; 

Dr. M. V/. Weinberg, eminent toacteriologist, sioeaks, 
27:5:1; 

Medical School and hospital is to be dedicated on Aoril 20, 
1931, 27:24:1; 

Dedicated - Notables present: Gr. G.Allen (head of Board of 
trustees) , Col. Bruton, Dr. Kitchen, Dr- D. L.Edsall (Har- 
vard dean of medicine), 27*25:1; 

Opens, 2851:1; 

Opens for second year, 28:3:1; 

Dr. Bayard Carter added to I'ledical School, 28:5«2; 

Dr. Frederic Hanes added, 28:3:3; 

Dr. Amoss "?#bl4n added, 28:3:3; 

First medical elass to graduate soon, 28:25:1; 

Melton, Jack, - Picture, 28:3i:i. 

Menaker, ^red - Taurian leader, picture, 27:26:1. 

Meritt, Professor A. H. - Speaks at Y.M.C.A. , 1:18:2; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 3:4:1; 
Lectures to Y. , 5*5:1; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A., 7:^:1; 
Lectures to Education ^lub on "Occupations of Athenians", 

7:8:3; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 7:28:i. 

Mexico - Discussed by Bishop James '^annon, 18:23:4. 

Mldyette, G.E. - 'flaking great success, 3:21:3. 

Miller, Dean Justin - Deaji of law school, addresses students on 
legal profession, picture, 27:7:1; 
Speaks on preventive Justice, 27:i2:i; 
Attends American Bar Ass., 27:i6:i; 



Miller, Dean Justin - (continued) 

To speak to freshmen class, 27:20:i; 

Speaks to C.P.A. , 28:7:i; 

Spea-ks at fresliman dinner, 28:10:1; 

Speaks to seniors, 28:ii:i; 

Speaks at vespers, 28:ii:3; 

Speaks to newspaper men, picture^ 28:i5'l; 

To speak on "I'odern Crime" over ^^.B. C. network, 

28:2i:i; 
Speaks to Columbia L. S. , 28:24:1; 

G-oes to annual meeting of American Bar Ass., 29:5:i; 
Speaks to senior class, 29*8^1; 
Is sent charter from Coif, National Law Scholarshio 

society, 29:i6:i; 
Recommends new police methods, 29:20:2; 
Spealcs to freshmen, 29:23:2. 

Miller, Dr. H.K. - Establishes m^Aeral museum, 24:10:1;. 

Miller, X. - Chosen to head Y.W.C.A. , 24:22:1; 
Elected into Wliite Duchy, 24:30:1. 

Mlllikin, Dr.Robert - To lecture here, 16:27:3; 
Speaks on "Atoms", 16:27:5; 

Speaks here before packed house, picture, 27:12:1; 
Speaks on religion and science, 2R:28'1. 

Mills, Dr. John N. - Pleads for China and her people, 
10:29:i. 

Mlms, Dr. Edwin - Snoke in Baltimore, 1:5:3; 
Speaks to Y. ,' 1:0:3; 

Delivers two a'^cress.es in Charlotte, 1J10:1; 
To deliver commencement ac^dress at Elizabeth College, 

l:i4:i; 
To speak to Y.I.I.C.A. , 2-2:1; 
Gives enjoyable hour, 2:5:1; 
Spoke in Ralei£:h, 2^9:1; 
V/ins Patterson loving cup, 2:10:1; 
On Lee in the "Outlook", 2:15:4; 
Is president of Debfite Council, 3*i:i; 
And Few laud UcNeil, 3:6:1; 
Speaks on Job at Y. "ible Inst., 3:7:1; 
Opens lecture series, 3:,10:l; 
Organizing Fortnightly ^lub, 3:17:1; 
His book is adopted by book club, 3:19:2; 
'Uinounces sophraore debate, 3:28:i; 
V/rites article on criticism/ 3:28:1; 
Addresses K.C. Literary and Hist. Society, 4*5:2; 
Addresses Y. , 4:8:3; 

•^Ives speech celebrating birth of TTilton, 4:13:1; 
Addresses N.C. Literary and Hist. Society, 4:15:3; 
Leaves U.N. C. , 7:13:4; 

Speaker for Southgate memorial, 15:23^1; 
Delivers address to students, 19:2:1. 



Minneapolis Syrnphoney - To play here, 28:17:1. 

Minter, John - Buslnesss manager of Chronicle, S7:27:i; 

Elected business manager of Chronicle, picture, 28:28:1; 

Tapned by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 

Picture, 29:22:1; 

Red Friar, picture, 29:30:1. 

Minter, "rs.J.E. - Chronicle sponsor, picture, 28:32:2. 

Minter, !!lss M.R. - Chronicle sponsor, r>lcture, 29:31:3. 

Mission Institute- To be held here with Bishop James ^annon as 
orinclple sneaker, 18:2i:i; 
To be directed by Rev. C.B. Hounshell, 13:23:4; 
Hears Rev. H.K.King, 20:24:1; 

Mission School - ^o be held at Duke, 2i:i9:l. 

Mitchell, Broadus - To soeak In Durham or "The American 
Scene", 29:14:1. 

Mitchell, Frank K. - Added to faculty, English Deot. , 
22:4:1; 
Will take student to England, 24:25:4. 

Molze, Vivian - Added to faculty, 25:3:1. 

Moll tore, Mr. and I.Irs Edward - Picture, 27:20:1; 
Give concert here, 27:21:1; 
To sing here, picture, 29:i7:4; 
Prove very popular, 29:13:1. 

Moody, C.L. - Wins oratorical contest at Raleigh, 23:i9:3. 

Moore, Bishop John 'j-. - Addresses Preachers Institution, 
17:20:i; 
To deliver baccalaureate address, 17:30:1. 

Moore, Dr. Paul - To sneak at Trinity, 12:24:1. 

Moot Court - ?!eetlng to be held, 2:6:1. 

Moot Deixiocratic Convention - Plans formulated, 7:13:1; 
Control gained by Woodrow 'Vllson, 7:20:i. 

Monroe, Dr. Paul - Speaks to Columbia L. S. , 23:8:1. 

Montgomery, Dr.J.S. - -^'o nreach co-nmencement sermon, 
12:27:1. 

llordecai, Deari Samuel - 'Vrites book, 1:14:3; 
Completes two law works, 2:15:1; 
"Law Lecture" oublished, 2:23:1; 
Married to R. C.Kelley, 5^3:1; 
Gives law students a dinner, 8:6:1; 



Mordecal, Dean Samuel Fox (continued) 

Maintain perefect law examination, 1311:3; 

Recovering from serious illness, 23:20:1; 

Picture, 24:5:4; 

Shows little improvement, 24:11:1; 

Picture, 24:l3:i; 

Dies after long illness, 34:13:1. 

Mordecai Club - Lawyers form club, 24:14:1; 
Resolutions drawn up, 24:15:4. 

Morgan, Dr. G. Campbell - To give lectures here, 18:2:1; 
To give Benefactor's Day speaker, 16:3:1; 
Lectures on the Bible, 16:4:1; 
To address Preachers Institute, 17:20:1. 

Morgan, Irwin - Picture, 27:28:1. 

Morgan, J. A. - Given fellowship to Cornell, 3:21:1; 
Speaks to Historical Society, 6:10:10; 
Married, 6:16:1. 

Morrison, '^'ov. Clarence - Spoke to students, 21:9:1. 

Morse, Hon.W. Cr. - Is doing research on the Duke camnup, 
28:29:1. 

Moton, Major R. R. - Speaks on race relations, 16:22:3. 

Mount, G-eorge H. - Appointed to faculty, 20:2:1. 

Mountain boomer's Club - Meets, 5:8:1. 

MoujRon, Bishop Edwin D, - To conduct religious services, 
23:15:3; 
Sneaks to students, 25:23:1; 
Tq speak here, 27:21:1; 
Speaks at vespers, 27:22:1; 
Speaks on "What is Christlaiilty?" , 29:15:6;. 

• 

Mouyon, Dr. J. C. - Added to faculty, 29'i:i. 

Mullin, Jim - ^'ootball, picture, 27: S: 3; 
Picture, 27:11:5. 

Mulo, Alfredo S. - •^o give recital, 28: 10:1. 

Mumford, GroveE S. - Taken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 16:10:1; 
'Vins Quinton Holton award, 16:16:3; 
Joins faculty, 24:16:1. 

Munyan, Ida - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:i9:i. 

Murchlson, Alton - Tapped by O.D.K., 29:30:1. 

Murnick, Mildred - Taken into Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11:1. 



Murray, Bill - ^ootball, picture, 25*8:5; 
Picture, 27:2:5; 
Picture, 27t23:l. 

Murray, Mrs.J.S. - Added to Union staff, 24:13:1. 

Murrow, E. R. - President of National Fed. of Students to 
address students, 27:4:1; 
Picture, 27:4:3. 

Musetun - Changes tsie place, 3: 16:1. 

Musical Clubs - Picture, 16:i«:l; 

To be headed by B. '.Y.Bprnard, 17:3:i; 

Eainbda Phi, first musical fraternity, organized at 

Trinity, 20:i0:i; 
Leaves on v/estern trip, 20:23:1; 
On Spring, tour, 23:29:1; 
To present concert, 24:i4:i; 

Cacaclty crowd hear musical concert, 24:l5:i; 
Present "Belle of Barulona", 25:29 1; 
Appear at Salem College, 27:10:1; ' 
Render corcert on campus, 27:12:1; 
Taken to ^Irglnla by Barnes and Leftwlch, 27:20:1; 
Presentiitlon of "Robin Kood" bring activities to a 

close, 27:30:1; 
Constitution written, 29:6:1; 
Fall tour, 29:ii:l; 
Present "IUge Cherry ^lossom", 29:29:1. 

Myers, Miss Ruth - Picture, 29: 17:1. 

N. 



Nash, George - Spe^i:s to Science Club, 5:2i:i. 

Neal, J.W. - Dies in hospital, 14:20-1. 

Neal, Tom - ^"'ootball, olcture, 17: 9: 1; 

Initiated Into Red Friars, 17:29:3; 
Captain of football team, picture, 1812:1; 
TIakes all-state football team, is:il:2; 
Basketball nlayer, picture, 18:i7:3; 
May play at Trinity, 19:2:1. 

Nelms, "argaret - Picture, 29:21:1. 

Nelson, Dr. E.W. - Of Cornell, added to faculty, 22:3:1; 
Spends summer In Italy, 28:7:4; 

Newbald, N.C. - Elected into ?hl Beta Kanpa, 16:20:3; 
Initiated Into Fhl Beta Kappa, 16:24:t. 

Newsora, D. W. - Spoke to Y.Ll.C.A.on "Onward State", 17:11:2; 



Newsom, D. W. (continued) 

Book"3onfe and Dreams" added to Southern literature, 
17:i7:l. 

Nev/som, Dorothy - Elected into '/^hite D-achy, 28:31:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1; 
To be 1953 I.^ay ^ueen, picture, 29:20:3. 

Newsom, Eugene - Picture, 29:25:1; 
Tanned by O.D.K., 29:30:1; 
Tapped by Red Friars, 29:3i:i. 

Nersom, --U E. - Heads new drive for gym, 15:21:1; 
Addresses Y.M.C.A. , 14:23^1; 

One of publication heads for 1933-34, picture, 
29:31:1; Speaks at A. K. P. meeting, 28:i2:i. 

Newton, Rev.J. C.C. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 6:12:1. 

Newton, J.F. - ^o deliver commencement sermon, 28:29:1; 
Will make commencement speech, picture, 28:3i:i. 

Nicholson, B.B. - Sketch, 3^11: 3. 

Nicholson, ^. C. - Lectures to Science Club, 5*25:i. 

Nicholson, "aude - Taken into Phi Beta Kanna, 16:18:3; 
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:24:1. 

Nielson, Dr.W.M. - Returns to faculty, 27:i5:i. 

1906 Men - V.Oiere they are now, 2:2:1. 

9019 - Initiates, i:8:l; 

Resolutions, 2:4:4; 

Initiates, 2:20:4; 

H.A. Pape sneaks at Civic 'Celebration, 2' 22:1; 

Picture, 3'2l:l; 

Holds reception, 3'2i:i; 

Holds initiation, 6:4:i; 

Holds initiations, 7:3:1; 

H.G.Hudson wins declaration contest, 7:13:1; 

President V*'. S.Poteat to address Trinity under "9019"ausolces, 
7:is:i; 

Dr. Poteat on "Patriotlsra" at annual 9019 civic cele- 
bration, 7:20:i; 

Has initiation, 8:20:i; 

Has banquet, 8:20:3; 

Announces high schools receiving nrizes, S:28:l; 

Initiates men, 9:4:1; 

20 hold declamation contest, 9:7:i; 

Does work among state schools, 9:11 :l; 

Many declamers for high school meet, 9: 12:1; 

Third declamation contest successful, 9:i3:i; 



9019 (contlnaedt 

Holds initiation, 9:20:3; 

Holds annual Initiation ceremony, 10:4:1; 

Declamation contest is won by Edmund ^urdick, 

10:l3:i; 
Honor twenty-fifth anniversary, 10:S5!1; 
Holds initiation, li:3:i; 

Secures Dr. Fred Turner for civic celebration, Ii:i9:i; 
"olds initiation, 13=5:1; 

Initiates R. "\ Sanders and H.H.Jones, 13:23:1; 
And Eko-L hold banquet, 14:22:i; 
Resumes annual declajnation contert, 15^6:1; 
Holds regular initiation, 15:7:i; 

Eighth annual dec]amation aontest a success, 15:12:1; 
Elects: G.D. Harmon, H.Lefler, H.J. Herring, R.E.Thig- 

oen, 16:18:1; 
Elects: D.T.Ferrell, and L. W.Roonhardt, 16:22:1; 
Declajnation contest won by S.L.Blajiton, 17:12:1; 
Initiates six junior?, 13: 5; 4; 

Declaration contest won by Harold Aycock, 18:24:1; 
Takes in seven new members, 19:3:2; 
Declamation contest won Joe Auten, 20:26:1; 
>\llen Boren v/ins declaimers' medal, 21 : 20:1; 
Hears address by Dr. J.F. Crowell, 23:19:1; 
Declaration contest won by 'vViHiam Farthing, 

24: 18:1; 
Dr. F. P. Gaines to deliver annual address, 24''18:i; 
To establish memorial to John Spencer Bassett, 24:24=1; 
Initiates eleven Juniors, 25:7:1; 
22 men parrticipate in nineteenth axinual declajnation 

contest, 25:22:1; 
Declamation contest won Troxler Tnurman, 25:23:1; 
Takes in eleven new men, 28:i0:l; 

North Carolina Academy of Science - -^o meet at Trinity, 

4: 29: 1 • 
:!eeting held at Chanel ^'i]l, 7:28:1; 
To meet at Trinity, 19:28:1; 
Dr. Bert Cunningham elected president of N. C. Academy 

of Science, 21:28:1; 

North Carolina Conference - Hears Dr. R.L. Flowers and Dr. 
Spence, 18:23:3;. 

Norht Carolina Collegiate "'^ress Association - To hold next 
meeting at Trinlt:', 18:26:3; 

Josephus Daniels to sr.eak at seventh K.C.C.P.A. con- 
vention, 19:9:1; 

H.L.Hester, Chronicle representative, is elected president, 
23:30:i; 

Awards "Chronicle" a cud for beinp; best I'orth Carolina 
college paoer in 1926-27, 23:30:1; 

W.O.Saunders, editor of Elizabeth Citjz "Independent", to 
be chief speaker at meeting here, 24:27:1; 

Decide "Chronicle" and "Archive" best prbli Cfiticns of their 
type in the state, 24:29:1; 

R.H.Ellison and I.E.Harrlss are delegates from Duke, 25:7:1* 



North Carolina ^olleglate Press Association (continued) 
Delegates at Charlotte, picture, 25! 9: 3; 
Chronicle and Archive awarded cups for best publications, 

25:27:1; 
E.G.Thomas, Duke student, chosen as head for 1931-32, 

27:26:1; 
To hold convention at Duke, 28:5:1; 
To convene here, 29:6:1; 
J. Home Jr. speaks, 28:8:1; 
Dean Justin speais, 28:7:8; 

Archive wins first at N. C . C.P. A. meeting, 28:28:1; 
To meet at V/ake Forest, 29:6:7; 
Meeting held at Wake orest, 29:7:1; 
Louis I.Jaffe to speak at meeting, 29:i5:i. 

North Carolina Conference - Ileets in Durham, 4:13:1; 
Is given reception by Trinity, 4:14:1. 

North Carolina Educational Association - Elects Professor 
A.M. Proctor president of higher educntion division, 
23:24:1. 

Norht Carolina Folk Lore Society - Elects Frank C.Brown sec- 
treasure for 16th consecutive year, 22:i2:i. 

North Caro?-lna Literary and Historical ^ociety - Addressed 
by Dr.IIlms, 4:5:2. 

North Carolina Scientific Society - Has successful session, 9:30:1. 

North Carolina Student Federation - To meet here, 27:28:1. 

North, H.M. - Soeaks before Y.1.:.C.A. , 3:6:1; 
Address^? Y.M.C.A. , 4:5;1; 
And C.L-Blvens lead discussion in ^'ortnightly Club, 

4:22:i; 
Of Raleigh holds revival, 6:17:4; 
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 17:18:6;. 

Norwood, Dr. Frederick W. - Tq give commencement sermon, 
17:i7:l; 
To deliver Baccalaureate address, 17:30:1. 

Noyes, Alfred - To lecture at "^rinity, 11:10:1. 

Nu Sigma Nu - National medical fv-aternity, established 
on campus, 27:19:1. 

0. 

Obituaries - W. G-arrott Bj.o'vr dies, 9:7:4; 
"Uncle" Jack oasses away, li:S:i; 
Professor W. F. Gill dies, 13:7:1; 
Dr. J.J. Wolfe dies at commencement, 16:i:l; 
Captain E.J.Parrish dies, 16:7:1; 



Obituaries (continued) 

Uncle Jeff Adams dies, 19:25tl; 

Joe Ruff dies, 19:28:1; 

James B. Duke dies after long illness, 2i:4:i; 

Miss Laura Gill dies, 2i:i6:l; 

Victor Pendergranh dies, 24:i2:i: 

Samuel Fox !:orclecai dies after long Illness, 24:i3:i; 

John S.Passett killed in Washington, 24:i6:l; 

Dr. '.V. H.pegram, beloved faculty member, dies, pic- 
ture, 24:39:1; 

Mrs. Frank C.Ero\m, wife of Duke coraotroller, dies, 
25:1:1; 

Mrs.K. B.ratterson, wife of Duke orofessor, dies, 
25:s:4; 

B.N. Duke dies, 25'14:i; 

Henry Chaoman killed in auto accident, picture, 
27:4:1;' 

Jaiaes Jolinson killed in auto accident, picture, 
27:4:1; 

H. D. Eurry killed in auto accident, picture, 27:8:1; 

H.C.Zachary, student, dies from pneumonia, 27:16:1; 

Lawi^ence Lawless dies in auto accident, 27:28:1; 

S.C.Jones dies in auto accident, 27:28:1; 

John Franklin Crowell dies, 28:i:i; 

Helen Fanning killed, 28*1:?; 

R. M. Bradshaw dies, 28: 17: 1; 

Dr.'.Villlam J. H. Cotton dies of heart attack, 29*1:1; 

Earle W. V^ebb, Duke soohmore, dies of Pneumonia, 
29:i4:l; 

Funeral of I.!rs. E. B. Schealer held, 29:28:1. 

O'Brien, Mr.W. T. - Dies, 1:5:3. 

O.D.K. - Initiates T.E.Wagg, 22:e:1; 

Initiate^ FArman !'cLarty, 32:5:1; 

Initiates W. A. Mabry, 22: 5: 1; 

Initiates S.D. Bundy, 22:5:1; 

Initiates W. A. Biggs, 22:5:1; 

Iniates C. C. '.Vaaver, 22: 5: 1; 

Hears soeach by Dr. Bruce Payne, -oresident of Peabody 

College, 23:51:1; 
Elects Robert Bruton, Harry Bivons, Ray Carpenter, 

C. A. Klrkoatrick, And K. E.Newsome, 24:5:1; 
To hepr Gk) v. Angus ^.McLean, 24:29:1; 
Advlson of local chapter if Frank C.Brown, picture 

with active memebers, 24:31:1; 
Renresentative from I^ke is Joe Carruthers, Dicture, 

25:l6:l; 
Dr. FrankC. Brown elected vice president of O.D.K. , 

25:22:1; 
Elects, 25:31:1; 
Elects, 27:10:1; 

Dr. Frank C.Brown elected national president, 27:20:1; 
Dean W. . V/annerraaker speaks, picture, 28:8:1; 
Elects, 29: 12:1; 



O.D.K. (continued) 

Dr. J. vV. Shepardson raalnes address at convention, 29:20:1; 
Dr. G-eorge Long, of University of Alabama, elected pres- 
ident of O.D.K. , 29:2l:i; 
Elects, 29:30:1. 

Oliver, Hal A. - ^o edit Archive next (1923-24) year, 
18:30:3. 

Oliver, Dr. John Rathbone - Speaks to medical students, 28*14:1. 

Oratorical Contest - State contest won by '.Y.R. Shelton, 

11*28:1; „r,.. 

W.R. Shelt(y alternate for national contest, ll:PV'-i, 
^.Harmon Is Trinity's Peace Contest speaker, 15:26:1; 
C.L.Moody wins at Raleigh, 23-19:3; 
Everett 'Veathersooon rehires ents Duke in state contest, 

25: 7: 1; 
Everett Weatherspoon wins second r>lace, 25*8:1; 
Won by Arhtur Koffler, 28:32:1; 

Orchestra - lilakes its debut, 1*2*'3; 

Glee club and orchestra to take trip, l!6:l; 
And glee club on eastern trip, ;^Jli:i; 

Oraond, Professof J.!.!. - Tq return to Trinity, 19:10:1; 
Picture, 24*551. 

Osborne, Professor ^J. E. - Added to law school faculty, 27:23:1. 

Orraond, Loys Edv/ards - Dies, 6*1:1. 

Oser, David - T© direct Blue Devil in Belgium this summer, 
25:23:1. 

Ostrom, Rev.J.C. - Speaks to Y.II.C.A. on "Japan Situation", 
14:16:2. 

Otis, James - Tapped by O.D.K., 29:30:i. 

Overman, Senator L.3. - Speaks to Democratic Club, 12:5:1. 

Ownbey, Sara - Picture, 28:31:1. 



P. 

Paate, Dr. E.^. - Added to faculty of medical school, 29*i:i. 

Paderewskl, I. - T© play here in anuary, 27:6'1; 
To appear here," 2?'7:3; 
To play here, 27:12:1; 



Paderewskl, Ignaz (continued) 

Plays tomorrow night, picture, 27:i3:i; 
Plays before large audience, 27 ! 14:1. 

Page, Llajor F.P. - '^'o condact Trinity military program, 
13:25:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 13:25*3; 

Page, R.N. -.i^akes gubernationial campaign soeech here, 
15=25*1. 

Page, Walter Hines - "^o visit Trinity, 8;245l; 

Honored by memorial established at "^ohns Hopkins, 

20* 21:1; 
Organized first fraternity at Trinity, 2i:i4:i; 
Life at Trinity, 21*19:1. 

Pan-Hellenic Council - Accents new rules, 10:8:1; 

Plans campaign for fraternity houses, 18:20:3; 

Sponsors dance, 24^1351; 

To be headed by "^ake Sullivan and Bill Parker, 29=31:1; 

Parham, R. A. - Sleeted president of Y.M.CA. , 15:22:4. 

Parker, Wmiam - Tq head Pan-Hellenic council, 29:31:1. 

Pa^^ker, Dr. F.N. _ Lectures at Trinity, 6:l8:i; 
Lectures at Trinity, 6:27:1; 
Soeaks to Fortnightly Club, 8=8:1; 
To preach to students, 8:26:3; 
Preached college sermon, 9:6:1; 
Soeaks to Y.I'.C.A. , 10:4:2; 
Addresses students, 17:6:2. 

Parker, Glenn - Baritone, well received on campus, 27 6:i. 

Parker, Dr. J.N. - Conducts annual revival, 11:17:1. 

Parker, I-Iiss I.Iargaret - Picture, 29:17:1. 

Parker, T.F. - Makes speech on Benefactor's Day, 6:5:1. 

Parkhurst, Iittss Ilary - Picture, 29:17:1. 

Parrish, Captain E.J. - '^ies, 16:7:1. 

Parrot, Dr. J. - Added to medical school faculty, 29:1:1. 

Pascall, Sidney W. - Cruest at Duke luncheon, 28:li:i. 

Pasteur, Louis - Is subject of speech by Dr. W. '.V. Keen, 
Pasteur school planned by Duke, 24*24:1. 

Patillo, N. A. - Appointed to faculty, 20: 2:1. 



Patter, Profes.= or Fred ^. - Of University of Fenn, lectures 
on !!ark Twain and American ttomance, ?4:26:i; 
Lectures on Marie Twain, 24:27:1. 

Patterson, C. - Elected into White Duchy, 28:3i:i. 

Patterson, Professor E.B. - Added to faculty, 16'i:i; 
'Vrltes on astronomy, 17'17:3. 

Patterson, Dr. - Of University of TTorth Carolina, lectures to 
Crowell Scientific Society, 13:i4:i. 

Patterson, !.!rs.K.B. - V/ife of Duke professor, dies, 25'8:4. 

Patterson, R. LI. - Elected oresdlent of *^olumbia Lit.^ociety, 
7:16:1. 

Pat ton, Judge James J. - Addresses Duke students, 29J7:6. 

Patton, Lewis - Added to faculty, English dept. , 22:4:1. 

Patten, Lt.N.M. - Returns frora oversea duty, 14:i5:l. 

Payne, Dr. Bruce I. - President of Feabody college, speaks at 
O.D.K. celebration, 23:31:1. 

Payne, S.R. - ?^eceives Dr. of Laws from Trinity, 13:2:1. 

Peabody, Dr. F. G. - Speaks to Y.M.G.A. , 9:l7:i. 

Peacock, Helen - -^eader in I'lusicsl '^lubs' presentation of 
"Robin Hood", 27:29:1. 

Peacock, Roger -.Elected captain of golf team, 28:31:5; 
Picture, 29*27:6. 

Pearse, Dr.A.S. - Aooointefl to faculty, zoology dept., 23*16:1; 

Returns after year of research in Africa and London, 
23:20:3; 

Internationally Icnown biologist, 24:ii:i; 

Lectures at Elon, 24:ii:i; 

Is under auspices of Carnegie foundation, 25:5:3; 

And Dr. F. Gr. Hall are co-authors of book "Homolotherlsm", 
25:7:1; 

To erect research lab in Keio Institute in Japan, 25:23:3; 

Returns from Orient, 27:2:3; 

Returns to Duke, picture, 27:7:4; 

Lectures "before freshmen, 27:22:3; 

Returns from Tortugas, , 28:i:i; 

Speaks at Davidson, 28*11:1; 

With Dr. F.H.Hall studied tropical animal life in Yu- 
catan, 29:1:6;. 

Pearson, Dr. Gilbert - -^o lecture at meeting I.'orth Carolina 
Academy at Trinity, 4:29:1. 



Peary, Rear-admiral Robert E. - Tq deliver commencement ad- 
dress, 8:22:1. 

Peele, Talmage - Taken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11:1. 

Peele, W. W. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 7:5:2; 
Appointed to faculty, 115 1:1; 

Appeals to students to Join army and Christ, 12:28:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 16: 20; 3; 
Inlated into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:24*1; 
Gives series of lectures to students, 19:i7:i. 

Pegram, Dr. Gr.B. - Finds lost rr.dlam, 2:i5:i; 
Lectures on "Relativity", 15:27:i; 
Speaks at Sigma XI banquet, 29:25*1. 

Pegrajn, J. E. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 4*23:1; 
Spoke to Y.I.I.C.A. , 14:i8:i. 

Pegram, Professor ^^. H. - Sneaks to Science Club, 7:5:1; 
Speaks to Science Club, 8:22:i; 
Clves course in elocution to seniors, i:6:l; 
Resigns as secretary of the faculty, 6:i:i; 
Speaks to Science ^lub, 6:6:1; 
Sneak? to N.C. Academy of Science, 6: .30:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A., e:2i:4; 

Chanticleer dedicated to Dr. Pegram, 11 : 30:1; 
Receives Dr. of Laws from Trinity, 13:2:1; 
Returns to Trinity, I?:i3:i; 
Speaks on "History of Science in Trinity ^ollege", 

18:4:7; 
Honored at banquet by Rotary ^lub, 18:9:1; 
Picture, 13:16:1; 

Long active at Duke, picture, 24*19:4; 
Dies, picture, 24:29:1. 

Pell, Dr.E.L. - Speaks at chapel, 17:22:3. 

Pend rgraph, Victor - Dies, 24:i2:l. 

Peppier, Dr. - Speaks on Aristotle, 16:22*3; 
Speaks on Greek drama, 13:22:4; 
Talks on "Labyrinth of Crete" before Classical Club, 

18:16:3; 
On sabbatical leave, 24:2:1; 

Returns from a year of sabbatical leave in Greece, 25:3:1; 
Appointed to Athens, Greece, 29:30:1. 

Pennington, J. G. - Initiated into Red Friai-, 17:29:3. 

Perkins, Judge 'Villi am R. - To address body at formal opening 
of Bar Association, 29:4:4; 
Speaks at Bar Ass., 29:5:4; 

President of Duke Endovnnent greets law men, 29:6:1; 
Address, 29:6:4. 



Perrow, E.G. - And R.^. Sessions are aw-.rded fellowships at 
Harvard, 2*29:4. 

Ferry, H. 3. _ Added to faculty, 29:i:l. 

Peterson, Segred - Picture, 29:21:1. 

Phi Beta Kappa, - V^ill grant charter to Trinity, 15:i:i; 
installation arranged, 15:13:1; 
To be installed here, 15:16:1; 
Gov.T.V/.Bickett, Dr. Few, and D. Glasson spoke at Phi 

Beta Kappa fxercise, 15*24:1; 
Installed, 15*24:1; ^ «.>, ^^ 

Elects 5 C.H.Benson, H.E.Fisher, S.'^.^olton, G. a.llumford, 

B.E.'A'alton,M. E.V/igslns, 16:10:1; 
Elects: Maude Nicholson, Irene Pitts, R. T. Dundtan, O.L. 

Richardson, 5. B. Hathaway, 16:18:3; 
Elects'Dr. F.C.Brown, N.C.Newbold, Rev. W. W.Peele, and W.M. 

M,,rr, ie:20:3; „ „ ^. 

Initiates Nicholson, Pitts, DinstM., Richprdson, Hatnaway, 

I'.ai-r, Peele, Branch, Ilewbold, Brown, 16:24:1; 
Initiates Anne Land, Ilary Smith, Paul Best, L.W.Crawford, and 

SteiDhen Steward, 18'20:i; 
To hear Dr.W.W.Keen, 18:26:1; ^ „, ^, 

Elects: L.C.Cole, Kargaret arvey, a. T.Rowe, C.W.Plyer, 

H.!!. North, L.I.Jaffe, Dr. CO. Fisher, 17:18:6; 
P.B.K.''ay to be featured by Jane Adriam's address, 17:23:1; 
Elects^ T. Cannon, Ora Deyton, Velma Deyton, Lucy Glasson, 

I. Crulledge, H. T. Hgrdoway , Charles Hatley, Chesley Huchins, 

M. Kale, C.B.^arl'Jiam, Ida Munyan, J.'Vlggins, 20:i9:i; 
Professor Irving Bab>'itt delivei-s address, 21:23-1; 
Elects: Mary Vaughn, R.B.Salisbury, D. E.Kir^atrick, C.W. 

HunterT P. H. Fields, R. C-. Tawson, Blanclae Clarke, and 

William Anderson, 22:9:1; 
To hear Dr. d. G. Wilson of ^flj-vard, 23*20:1; 
Hears Dr. Wilson's speech on "Readjustment of 'orld ^elation' , 

23 : 24: 1* 

To hear talk by Dr. H. ''. Chase, U.K.C. president, 24:27:1; 

Hear talk by Dr. Christian C-auss, dean of Princeton, 25:25:1; 

Elects' Llary Walker, C, F. Brethall, R.J.Blsson, Clarice ^owman, 
W.A.CTee, Dr. A. I>I. Proctor, Dr. E.J. Hawk, Dr. E. Russell , Dr. 
C.B.Hoover, 27:18:1; 

Address made by Dr. E. J. G-oodspeed of Chicago, 27:22:1; 

Address by Dr. ^oodspeed, picture, 27:23:1; 

Eugene Kuchneraann speaks, 28:25:1; 

Elects: iJi. (^lasson, A. G. Douglass, H. A. Wyun. A. M.Gaddls, H.L. 
Dein, J. Levin, R. Vaughan, G.Power, D.S. Clarke, D.^^ewsom, 
M.C.Ward. W.Karninsky, CLund^iren, G.Fletcher, ". Kolbe, 
and L. S. vickers, 29:7:1; 

Sir Francis V/ylie speaks, 29:19:1; 

To have Dr. D. Clay Lilly as speaker at semi centennial ban- 
quet, 24:27:1;. 

Phi Eta Sigma - l^ational honorary freshman scholastic fraternity 
installed on camnus, 28:30:1; 
Members hear De^m Amold and Prof, ^olich at banquet, 29:24:1. 



Picture (continued) 

Stadium, 23*32:7; 

^eating olant, 24*3'4; 

East campus, 24J25J4; 

Campus and new stodium, 25ti:5; 

Proposed stadium, 25:4*5; 

Hospital, (brace shop), 27:18:4; 

Founders Dpy, 28:5:1; 

Duke University Chanel, 29^1:7; 

Law school and library, 2916:4; 

West camnus, 29:9B:4; 

Archeologlcal collection of W.G.Polk, Duke soph, 29:30:2; 

Stadium, 29:30:8. 

PI Epsilon PI - Local fraternity organized, 22:9:i; 
New local frat. , organized, 22-9:1. 

Pierce, Ovid - Elected editor of Archive, 27:27:i. 

Pierce, Miss Martha - Picture, 29!l7:i. 

PI ICapoa Aloha - Has outing, 6:1354; 
Initiates, 4:18:1; 
Initiates, 2:i9:l;. 

Pillow, Dorthy - Picture, 24:9:3. 

Plnnlx, Isabelle - Elected secretary of senior class, 4*5:2: 

Pitts, Irene - Taken into Phi Beta Knopa, 16:18:3; 
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:24:1. 

Plaine, Major W. C. - •'•'ells of war experiences, 13:i8:i. 

Plyler, Rev. A. W. - Elected tc Phi Beta Kappa, 17:18:6; 
Establishes Robert E.Lee award, 18:3:1. 

Plyler, Rev. LI. T. - Speaks to ^esDerla Society, 19:5:4. 

Poe, C.H. - Speaks tc students on Orient, 6:23:i. 

Polk, "William G. - Duke soph, owns rare archeologlcal col- 
lection, picture, 29: 30:2. 

Poole, H. 3. - Injured in auto accident, 25:12:1. 

Pool, Dr.XO-. - Speaks to students, 21:26:1. 

Pope, Gr.P. - Elected business manager of Chronicle, 1:19:2; 
Elected president of senior class, 2:i:4. 

Pope, H.A. - Speaks at Civic Celebration, 2:22:1. 

Pope, Listen - Candidate for T?residency of Y.M.CA. , 34:25:1; 
Elected Y.M.C.A. president, 24:23:1; 



Pope, Listen (continued) 
Picture, 34:?8:i; 
To edit Chanticleer, 24:30:1; 
Picture, 25:2:4; 

Y.M.C.A. president, picture, 25:13:1; 
Red Friar, picture, 25:30:1. 

Porreca, Nick - FootT^all, picture, 29:9B:2. 

Porter, Charles W. - Footbell, picture. 20: 11 : 4; 
On honeymoon, 21:25:1. 

Porter, Paul - '^'o speak here, picture, 27:20:1. 

Poteat, Dr.MCNeil - SpeaJcs at vespers, 26:3:1. 

Post Office - Tp open, 7:7:1. 

Poteat, Dr. E. McNeil - Speaks in chanel on the "baptism of 
John", 29:4:6; 

Poteat, Dr.v:. 3. - ^o address Trinity, "9019" auspices, 
7: 18:1; 
On "Patriotism" at annual 9019 civic celebration, 7:2031; 
Chosen head of N.C. colleges, 2l:l3:i; 
To speaic here, 24: 17:1. 

Powell, Een - In charge of circulation denartraent of library, 
25:i:4; 
Crives course in general library science, 29:3:3. 

Powell, Howard P. - Elected president of freshmen class, 
16:4:1. 

Pover, Gordon Ci. - Taoped by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1; 
Businesp manager of Chanticleer, picture, 29:16:2; 
Picture, 29:22:1; 
Red Friar, picture, 29:30:i. 

Pou, James H. - ^enef ^^ctors Dpy sneaker, 13:3:1; 

Pleads for sucessful war in address, 13:4:1. 

Prayer "eeting - Held every evening by ladies of women's 
building, 2:3:1. 

Presson, H.L. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 25:11:1. 

Presson, Hiss Irene - Auto victim, still in hospital, 24:13:1. 

Price, LIr. Guy - Writes on "orld Peace, 28:14:1. 

Price, L^iss Irene - Shows oil paintings, 29:18:1. 

Pritchard, Judge J.C - Speaks to 9019, 6:20:1; 
V/ill speak at Trinity, e:i7:l. 



Proctor, A.M. - ■^lect.ed president of Junior class, 4!3:i; 
Issues Y. handbook with. L.Herbln, 4:i:l. 

Proctor, Professor A.-U. - 'Vill head suminer school, 23:19:3; 
Announces summer school plans, 23:22:1; 
Elected president of higher education depart^ient, N.C. 

Educational Association, 23124:1; 
Elected into Phi Beta Kanpa, 27: 13:1. 

Fsi I^elta Sigma - -ocal fraternity granted charter by 3.A.E. - 
National, 27:13:1; 
To be Installed as 3.A. E. fraternity group, 27:17:1. 

Publications - New publication fee nlan to be presented to the 
Trustees, 13:7:6; 

Control of publications given up by seniors and lit- 
erary clubs, 23: 14:1; 

New plans presented to trustees, 23:20:1; 

Publication board advises lower exnences, 24:i0:i;. 

Pupln, Dr.lM. - Addresses alumni of New York city, 21:19:1. 

Quadrangle Picture-s - Caicpus theater opened, 34*16:1; 
Secures new Vitaphone set, 27*1:1; 
To install best sound equipment In N.C, 29:30:3. 



R.O.T.C. - Starts regular drills at Trinity, 14^10:2; 
Major i^. Crawford in charge, 14:i5:i; 
V/lll start to work, 15:i:i; 
Offers advantages, 15:2:1; 
Officers for vear announced, 15:7:1; 
Unit to enter rifle contest, 15:i6:i; 
Plans reception, 15:21:1. 

Rabe, LIrs Allen Thompson - ^o appear in Page Auditorium, 27:8:1; 
Give s recital, 27:9:1. 

Ragan, Virginia - New Y.vV.C.A. president installed, 28:26:1. 

Raleigh Male ^horus - Picture, 28:26:3;. 

Ramsey, ^ev. speaks to students, 19:9:1. 

Randall, Dr.J.H. - ^^o give comr^^^ehcement sermon, li:29:i. 

Rankin, Dr. ■^bert S. - Class exhibits voting machine, 
24:i4:i; 
To be assistant dean of graduate school, 25:2:i; 



Rankin, Dr.^obert S. (continued) 

Helps to srionsor newly formed International relations 

club, 25:9:1; 
Speaks on "The Party System in Politics", 29:7:4; 
Delivers oaper at Atlanta T^olltical meeting, 25:19:1; 
Reoresents Duke at -lational Convention of American 

Political Science, 29:14:3; 

Rankin, Dr. W. S. - Lectures on health, 11:24:1; 
Writes of Duke foundation, 2i:29:i; 

Ratchford, Dr.B.U. - Added to faculty, 25:3:1; 

Duke economist, discusses Ranking situation, 29:22:1; 

Raymond, Lois - Added to faculty, 29:i:l. 

Reade, R.P. - Elected head of Duke Alumni Ass., 28:14:1. 

Red Friar Order - Seven men selected, 9:31:1; 
Initiates new members, 16:30:1; 
Tap new members, 17:29:3; 
Tap new members, 18:30:1; 
Tap Marshall Pickens, 20:3*3; 
Sleet new members, 23-31:1; 

Dr. R. L. ^lowers will preside over tapping ceremonies, pic- 
ture, 24:32:1; 
Elect new members, 25:31:1; 
New members, picture, 27:28:1; 
Takes in seven new men, 27:29:1; 
Tap new men, 28:29:1; 
New members, olcture, 29:30:i; 
Tap seven new men, 29:31:1; 

Rehder, T^iss Jesple - Picture, 20:3i:5. 

Reld, Dr. C.F. - Sneaks to students on China, 8:9:1. 

Reinsch, Dr. Paul - Delivers series of lectures on citizenship, 
16:2i:i. 

Requirements - ^f S.I. A. A., 1:6:3. 

Resolutions ^ Of Columbia Literary Society, 2^2:4; 
Of 9019, 2:4:4;. 

Revival - Conducted by Dr.Kllgo, 1:7:1; 
Conducted by (J. T.Rowe, 7:17:1; 
Meetings held for past week, 9:18:1; 
Dr. E.K.McLarty held successful revival, 10:17:1; 
Conducted by Dr. J. N. Parker, 11:17:1; 
Closed by Dr. F. N. Franklin, li:i^:l; 
To be conducted by Rev. :.l. Bradsloaw, 12-17:1; 
R. S. Truesdale to conduct annual i-evival, 13:i7:i; 
Annual revival underway, 13-13:1; 
Dr. C.CJ. Chappell to hold revival liere, 15:15^1; 
Dr. Chappell closes revival, 15:17:1; 



Revival (continued) 

Conducted by Dr.E.K.l.IcLarty, 16;i3:3; 

Conducted by Dr. P. T. Durham, 17:7:1; 

Dr. Durham's closes revival, I7:l3:i; 

To be conducted by Dr. ^eorge Stoves, 13:7:3; 

To be headed by Dr. ^eorge Steves, 13:ii:i; 

RevivaJ. conducted by Dr. Stoves well attended, 18:12:1; 

Dr. Ashley Chapell to hold revival at Trinity, 19:10:i; 

Dr. Chapell opens revival, 19:1311; 

Dr. Chapell brings revivals to dramatic close, 19:14:1; 

To be conducted by Dr. K. T. Sentner, 20:16:1; 

Dr. E. Sooer to begin revival on campus, 21 : 10:1; 

To be conducted by Bishop E.D. ^!ouyon in !:arch, ?3:i5!3; 

Dr. Ivrn Lee Holt leads revival, 24'li:l; 

To be conducted by Dr. "'. Aiken Smart, picture, 25^17:1; 

Dr. Smart of Emory University hold? revival, 25:18:1; 

'^'o be lead by Dr. H. H. Crane, oicturej 29:ii:i; 

Rexford, W. T. - -Carries, 2:i3:i. 

Rhine, J.B. - Ad-ied to faculty, 25:3:1;. 

Rhodes Scholarship - C.R.Bagley passes exams, 12^11:1; 
v;. Eryon Eollch wins, 16:3:1; 
C.R.Bagley sends Information about Rhodes Scholarship, 

13:2:5; 
Bryan Bolich to try for Rhodes Scholarship, 19:5:2; 
Charles R^^Bagley to try for scholarship, 19:5*2; 
Jackson, radshaw, and Bridgers represent Duke, 19:6:1; 
'Y.E. Bolich writes of Riiodes Scholarship, 19:10:2; 
Duke candidates fall to get scholarship, 21;13:i; 
Rhodes scholar from N.C. to be Eurman McLarty, 23:i3:l; 
F.McLarty of Duke pictures life of Oxford, 25:4:1;; 
Duke CG-ndldntes are Hester, Rogers, Truesdale, Tut tie, 

<d>^ I >^ . 1 ; 
aiven to D.E. Muggins of U.N.C., 25:i3:i; 
Grady Frank s .lis for England, 27:2:1; 
Committee Intervles Stanbury, Livengood, and -arshall, 

Diake representatives, 27:10:1; 
Merriman Cunninggim is Duke applicant, 29:6:6; 
C.K.^radsher is Duke applicant, 29:6:6: 
Grady C.Frank winning distinction,,at Oxford, 29:7:1; 
Bradsher and Cunninggim are I^ike representatives, 29:i2:i; 
Cunninggim gets scholarship, picture, 29:13:1; 

Rice, Dr. Frank - Speaks to Chemistry ""lub, 2i:23:i; 

Rice, Rev.^^. S. - -^o deliver commencement sermon, picture, 
29:27:1; 

To sneak at commencement, 29:30:2. 

Rich, Cciptaln C.T. - Speaks on war situation, 12:28:i. 

Richardson, O.L. - Taken into Phi Beta Kapna, 16^18:3; 
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 16:24:1. 



Richardson, P. - Picture, 28:30:3. 

Rlis, Jacob - Tq deliver commencement address, 6*23:1. 

F.lppy, Dr. J. Fred - Joins lal story denartment, 2i:30:i; 
Added to faculty, 23*2:1; 
Invited to soeak before historical society of Louisiana, 

23:i4:i; 
Addresses International delations conference, 23^17:1; 
Receives tvo research fellowships, 23*17:6; 
Speaks to Rotarians, 23*23:1; 
Sails for Europe, 23:3i:i; 
Picture, 24:9:4; 

Starts on Jounney to South American countries, 24122:1; 
^olds •juggenheiaer fellowship, 24-24:4; 
Picture, 25:2:1; 

■■•'ells of experiences in Columbia, South America, 25:2:i; 
Will speak to graduate cTub, 25:7:1; 
Speaks to graduate club, 25:8:1; 
Sponsors International Relations club, 28:9:i; 
Speaks on Fan Americanism, 25-11:2; 
Speaks on ^Jlexlcan affairs, 25*22:1; 
Speaks to co-eds on ^atln America, 27:4:i; 
V/rltes book, 28:4:4; 
Completes new book, 29:5:3; 

V/rites article for "South Atlantic Quarterly-", 29:7:3; 
Speaks to co-eds on nresent problems, 29:14*3; 
TalkG to co-eds on foreign affairs, 29:i5:i; 
Speaks on "Debts Owed In this Country by the Latin 

American States", 29:16:1; 
Latest book, "Hiptorical Evolution of Hisoonlc America", 

receives riraise, 29:16:1; 
^eads ^ke press in nublishing many volumes, 29:30:3; 
Speaker at Conference on Hispanic American affairs, 29:31 :i. 

Ritter, R.C, _ Apnointed to faculty, 20:2:i. 

Robert E.Lee^Award - V'on by "Kid" Brewer, 23:32:1; 
Won by ^harles Bradsher, 29:31:1; 

Roberts, Dr. Christopher - "^harges 'technocrats deal in necra- 
many and mythology, 29:16:1. 

Roberts, Dr. Lindsay - Lectures on labor relations, 16:27:3. 

Roberson, Mias Kathleen - Picture, 29:17:1. 

Robeson, 0. A. - Selected business manager of Chanticleer, 
17:30:1. 

Robinson, Professor D.M. - '•'^o speak here, 12:26:1; 
Lectures, 12:27*1. 

Robinson, J. A. - Speaks to Quill Club, 10:10:1. 

Robinson, Senator J.T. - To deliver commencement address, 2i:29:i, 



Robinson, Dr. Stewart - To adlress those interested in Journalism, 
24:19:4; 
Sr.eaks to Chronicle staff about Journalism'^ 24:2i:i. 

Rodgers, Evelyn - Elected Into Tnlte I>u.chy, 28:3i:i;. 

Rogers, ^ames G. - Mslste^t secretarj- of st-^te, to deliver 
commencemont address, 29: 29:1; 
Will make commencement s-oeech, picture, 28:31:1;. 

Rogers, Will - Says "Duke's his school", 2i:24:i. 

Rogers, 'V. S. - Aike candidate for Rhodes scholarship, 25;5tl. 

Roosevelt, President Theodore, - Receives Trinity ball team, 
2:30:i. 

Roper, Daniel C. - Duke alunonus , chosen for F.D.Roosevelt's 
cabinet, 29:21:4. 

Rosenberg, ^^.^. - Taken in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25:ii:i. 

Rosky, Buzz - Football, oicture, 27:3:5. 

Ross iter, ^arry - Football, picture, 29:9B:2; 
Picture, 29:93:3; 

Nominee for president of student government, 29*25:1; 
Picture, 29:25:1; 
Picture, 23:27:6; 

Rostajid - ^Is play "Cyrano De 6er^:erac" to be presented by 
Taurians, 20:31:1. 

Rotary '^lub - Elects Dean W. H. V/annamaker president, 20:28:3; 
Invites Duke students who are sons and daughters of 

Rotarlans, to luncheon, 21 : 18:1; 
"ears speech by Dr. "^.^red Rlppy, 23:23'1; 
Hear J.'S.Dradway and v;. K. v/anna-maker, 28:3:4. 

Rothlnslis, 'V.J. - To coach at Trinity, 15:6:1. 

Roussel, Rev. - Sneaks an appeal for ^ ranch protestants, i:23:i. 

Rousseau, W. H. - •'•o manager -Chronicle, 25:29:1; 
Elected into O.D.K., 25:31:1. 

Rowe, Dr. G-. T. - •^lected to Phi Seta ^^appa, 17:13:6; 
Is minister for annual revival, 3:18:1; 
Speaks at T^ethodlst Church, 6: 2?: 2; 
Conducts Y.!!.C.A. revival, 7:17:1; 
Added to faculty, 25:3:1;. 

Royal Russian Chorus - Picture, 26:22:1. 

Royster, Dr. J.R. - Speaks to ^'ortnlghtly ""lub, 9:28:2. 



Rozzelle, C.E. - Elected vice president of Columbia Literary 
Society, 7:16:1. 

Ruff, Joe - Dies, 19:23:1; 

Is eulogized by II. C.Bar, 19:29:2;. 
Won Croix de G-uerre, 14:is:i. 

Russell, Dr. Elbert - Opens commencement with Baccalaureate ad- 
dress, 23:32:1;' 

Picture, 24:e:l; 

With South 'American goodv.^.ll group, 24:i3:i; 

Reports succdssful South American trip, 24:15:1; 

To" talk on recent tour, 24:16:1; 

To srieak against Kavy legislation, 24:17:1; 

Delivers address at N.C.C'.V. , 25:10:6; 

Picture, 27:2:i; 

Elected Into Fhl Beta Kappa, 27:18:1; 

Speaks to students, 23:i:i; 

Addresses H.C. Laundry Ass., 28:2:3; 

Speaks at vespers, 28:8:1; 

Speaks to students, 28:2i:i; 

Invited by ^ov. J. Q-. Pollard of Va. to attend celebration of 
the religious life of Oeorge Washington, 29:5:4; 

To speak at Methodist Conference to be held here, 29:6:1; 

Speaks on "Omnipresence of &od", 29:10:6; 

r'akes plans for Institute on world problems here, 29:23:S; 

Russell, !.!lss I'orcla Rachel - Engagement announced, picture, 25: 
_ • o , « 

Russell, Nannie - Chronicle sponsor, picture, 1S:30:1. 

3. 



Sabiston, I'lss Dorothy - Elected president of student body, 

pT t OT • -1 , 
U/±. • LJ.L, • JL , 

Heads co-ed student government, 21^23:1. 

Salnte Amand, Emlle - Elected cantaln of boxing team for 1930, 
25:22:5. 

Salisbury, Richard E. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 22:9:1. 

Sample, P.L. - Elected business manager of Chronicle, 12: 
29:i. 

3a.ndburg, Carl - To present orogram of original verse, 
25:25:1; 
Spoke here, Picture, 25:26:1. 

Sanders, V,'. K. - Editor of Chronicle, 2:32:1. 

Sanderson, J.O. - Selecteo Chronicle business manager, 
17:30:1. 



Satterfleld, B.I. - Made business manager of Chronicle, 
13:28:3; 
On Trinity debating tesjn, 17:16:1. 

Saunders, V/. 0. - Editor of Elizabeth City "Independent" to 
be chief speaker at N.C.C.P.A. meeting here, 24:27:1. 

Savage, E. S. - Wins sophmore debate prize, 8:24:e. 

Savage, Joe - Father killed in accident, 24:li:i; 

Elected riresident of student government, r)icture, 25:26:1; 
Elected to O.D.K. , 25:31:1: 
Chosen by Red Friars, 25:3i:i. 

Saylor, J- K. - Added to faculty, 25:3:1. 

Scanlon, lUlss !!argaret - '''Ins beauty contest, 17:8:1. 

Schealer, I^rs. Evelyn B. _ Funeral held, 29:28:1. 

School of Religion - Plans made for opening, 22:2:1; 
To have formal opening, 22:5:1; 

Opens next week - Pr-R. V/. Sockman opens program, 22:7:1; 
Prominent men listed on faculty, 22:8:1; 
Dr. E. D. Soper, dean, nicture, 22:8:1; 
Dr. Soper to head School of Religion, 21 -1:1; 
Faculty, picture, 25:32:7; 
Loses Deaii E. D. Soper who becomes prexy of Ohio '.lethodist 

College, 25:l:l; 
Third onening - Dr.Hai'vle Branscomb delivers address, 

25:2:1; 
Hears address by Dr. James Cannon, III , 29:2:1; 

Science Club - Hears ^lower's lectiire on Simon llewcomb, 5:5:1; 
Hears Dr. F. A. llann . 5:7:1; 
Hears I'r. <^eorge ^''ash, 5:21:1; 
Hears lecture by L.C.Nicholson, 5:25:1; 
Hears W. H.Pegram, 6:e:i; 
Hears Professor R. 1^\ V/llson, 6:11:1; 
Hears W. M. Marr, W.H.Allison, and J.W. Harbism sr)ea.k on 

"House Fly", 7:lO:i; 
Hears Dr. J. J.'^olfe talk on "Bacteria", 7:23:4; 
Hears Professor R.N.Wilson, 9:ii:i; 
Hears Professor Pegram, 8:?2:i; 

Scott, »^lss Helen H. - Added to women's faculty, 2'': 31;. 

Scott, J. D. - Hawaiian lecturer to give talk at Duke, 22:4:1. 

Scott, V,'.L, - Elected vice ^resident of Hesoerlans, 7:8:1. 

Seager, Dr. Henry R. - Speaks at Duke, 21:25:3. 

Sears, Dr.L.M. - To address graduate club, 24:11:1; 
Addresses graduates, 24: 12:1. 



Sharpe, J. A. - Enters Journalistic field, 3:31:2. 

Sheety, Harry - And his syncopating seven - big attraction at 
concert of musical clubs, 18:i7:i. 

Shelton, R.H. - Initiated into T.K.A. , 12:29!1. 

Shelton, W.P.. - Chosen for Peace contest, li:23:i; 
vans state oratorical contest, ll:?!6:i; 
Alternate for national oratorical contest, ll:30:i; 
Selected for 'Viley Gray Award, li:3i:i;. 

Shepardson, Dr.J.'V. - ''.'iii make principle address at O.D.K. 
convention, picture, 29:20^1. 



Sherrill, '^ol. - '^o deliver alumni address, 17:30:1. 




Sherwood J Eddife - To appear here, picture, 24:i4:i; 
Impressive in two addresses, 24:i6:l. 

Sheyhlll, Signaller - Speaks to students, 14:7:i. 

Shields, Professor J.H. - Is 'Tiember of Nntional Educational 
Ass. , 28:8:1. 

Shinn, I.'-rs.J.F. - Chronicle editor's sponsor, picture, 20:30:1. 

Shipp, Dr. A.::. - Collection added to library, 17:i4:i. 

Shock, Carl - Football, picture, 29:SB;S; 

Elected cresldent of senior class, 29:26:1; 
Tapped by O.D.K. , 29:30:1; 
Tapped by Red Friers, 29:31^1. 

Shotwell, James T. - Lectures on world neace, 20:28:1. 

Shute, Frances - ■''o lead Easter droices, 28:23:3. 

Shuford, Miss Trlady - Picture, 28:38:4. 

Sides, Leroy - Picture, 29:19:5; 

Elected caotain of boxing team, 29:28:i; 
Tanoed by O.D.K., 29:30:i; 
Tapped by Red Friars, ?9:3i:i; 

Siegar, ^lorlai - Actress, picture, 27:26:1. 

Sievent, Herman - Penowned organist, to give concert, 29:33*3;. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon - '^roup j.nstalled on camnus, Psi Delta 
Sigma granted charter, 27:17:1; 
Chanter installed here, 27:18:1; 

national fraternity to be installed on campus, 27:i3:i; 
To hold province convention here, 28:26:3; 
Holds conclave on ^uke cax^pus, 28:27:1. 



Sigma Chi - gas installation, 7:28:1; 
Has reception, 9:2i:4; 
Holds annual initiation, 14:i4*l; 
House almost totally destroyed by fire, 20:20:i. 

Sigma Delta - Holds initiation, 6:10:5. 

Sigma G-amraa - Has banquet, 21 : 18:1. 

Sigma Kappa - National sorority, installs chapter here, 27*13:1. 

Sigma Nu Phi - Legal fraternity, installed here, 18:24:3. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon - Organized, A'.^'.Z; 
Initiates new men, 14:i2'l. 

Sigma Tau Alpha - New local fraternity, formed on campus, 
23'29-3. 

Sigma Upsllon - ^ortnightly ^lub is now a member, 9: 10:1; 
Initiates seven upper -classmen, 14:i2:i; 
Holds regular initiation, 15:6:1; 

Hears talk by D. F.C.Brown on Judge Longstreet, 16:19:1; 
Dr.F. A.G-. Cowoer speaks, 18:8:5; 

Hears oaners on Ibsen Bji John Fridgers, 18:10:5; 
Hears Carl King discuss life of 'Henry, 18:15:4; 
Hears James Secrest on life of Edmond ^ostand, 18:18:4; 
Hears 'V. H.Lander rer.d paper on Jacinto Benavente, 18:20:3; 
To have initiation at banquet, 24:11 :i; 
James Boyd sneaks at initiation, 28:26:1. 

Sigma Xi - National honorary scientific fraternity to be installed 
on camous, 29:22:1; 
To be installed, 29:24:1; 
Banquet featured by sneech of 'J-eorge Pegram, 29:25*1. 

Siler, Frank - Speaks to Y.U.C.A. , 3 = 24*1. 

Siler, Grilmer - Elected president of Tennis Ass., 3:3:1;. 

Simmons, Senator F.I.!. - Will pilot alumni drive, 22:9^1; 
Graduate of Trinity, 24:9:5. 

Simons, Itecon - Football, picture, 20:il:4. 

Simoson, Jimmie - Picture, 17:9:3; 

:.'a>es a]l-state football team, 18:11 : 2; 



Basketball player, picture, 18:17:3; 
Tapped by Red ^^riars, 18:30:i; 



Picture, 19:4:1; 
Picture, 19:^.2:4. 

Slngton, Fred - Comes to Duke as assistant freshman coach, 
27:16:3. 

Sink, Joe - Picture, 38:10:2. 



Skeyhlll, Tom - Lectures to English students, 14:8:4. 

Skinner, Joseph L. - Initiated into O.D.K., 29:i2:i. 

Sledd, Dr.E.F. - Lectures on the war, 11:1<!*1. 

Sledd, W.C. - Added to faculty, 25:3*1. 

Sloan, '.7. S. - Tay.en in by Phi Beta Kappa, 25'li:i. 

Slusser, "Rip" - Picture, 28:i0:2. 

Smart, Dr. 'V.Aiken - "^o conduct annual religious services here, 
picture, 25:i7:l; 
Of Emory University holds revival, 25:18:1. 

Smith, Alfred E. - Picture, 25:2:1; 
Club organized here, 25:4:1; 
Picture, 25:7:i; 

Favored fey college students for oresidency of U.S. 25: 
7:i. 

Smith, E.F. ("Fritz"), picture, 17:9:2. 

Smith, B.L. - Selected for V/iley Gray Award, ll:3i:i. 

Smith, Charles - Picture, 29:i0:5. 

Smith, Professor K. F. - Of John Hopkins speaks here, 8:29:1. 

Smith, Henry Louis - Addresses students, 19:29:4. 

Smith, J.R. - Chosen for commencement marshall, 11:19:3; 
Elected nresident of senidr class, 12*2:i', 
Elected vice president of senior class, 12:29:i. 

Smith, Mrxy Loomls - Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 18:20:1. 

Smith, R. A. - Elected nresldent of Columbia Literary Society, 
15:21:1; 
One of nublloation heads for 1933-34, nicture, 29:31:1. 

Smith, ^bert S. - "riven extra j'^ear for rei^earch work, 
28 : 9 : 8 ; 
Added to faculty, 29:i:i;. 

Smith, 'Viiiis - Elected vice nresldent of Y.U.C.A, 4:i6:i; 
Speaks to ^egal Aid Clinic, 28:i3:i; 
Sneaks on Duke Day, 28:13:4; 
Visits Duke Law School, 29:17:1; 
Speaks to law group, 29:17:6. 

Smoking - Girls^are forbidden to smoke by order of the Women's 
Student overn-aent, 20:15:1. 



Snyder, Dr.H.K. - To speak to students, 7:35l; 
Addresses, 7:4:1. 

Soccer - Introduced by Captain Cajr'd, li:S:i. 

Sockraan, Dr.R. V«'. - Opens program at opening of school of 
religion, 22*7:i. 

Soper, ^r. Edmund D. - T© head school of religion, 3i:i:i; 
To begin revival on cajnnus, 21: 10:1; 
Picture, 2i:i9:l; 

Delivers I'lchigan lecture, 21:19:1; 
Says he has been misrenresented on racial Intermarriage, 

21 : 20: 3* 
Dean of School of ^eli^ion, picture, 2^:8:1; 
Will start "Duke in China" drive, 25 5 27:1; 
Picture, 23:32:7; 
Picture, 24:1:5; 

"/ill address negro college, 24:ii:i; 
At Student Volunteer Convention, 24:12:4; 
Picture, 25:1 :i; 
Leaves school of religion to become orexy of Ohio 

Methodist College, 25:i:i; 
Inaugarated as president of Ohio "esleyan, picture, 

25:18:1. 

Soohmore Class - Issue of Archive, 2:33:4; 
aive tribute to X B.Lilly, 3:22:2; 
Has reception, 6:12:1; 

Sororities - See name of sorority. 

Southern Conference - Track stars, picture, 29:30:5. 

South Atlantic Quarterly - Incorporated, 2:2:1; 

Best of its kind in country says "Charlotte Observer", 

2:7:3. History, 25:i:i; Articles by Krummel and Rlppy, 29:7:3 

Southgate, - Holds fellowship week, 24:15:4; 
Football team, picture, 29:25:5. 

Southgate, J.H. - Chairman of Board of Tj-ustees, gives set of 
books yearly, 2:32:1; 
Washington orator, 4*20:1; 
Picture, 6:10:6; 
Picture, 17: 1:6. 

Southgate Building - Plans completed by architect, 16:17:1; 
Completed, 17:i:l; 
Southgate dormityry, picture, 20:26:3. 

Spsngler, J.J. - Added to faculty, 29:1:1. 

Spanish ^lub - Headed by C.b. Ilclntosh, is founded an cai- 
pus, 20:12:3. 



spearman, Charles - To lecture on human abilities, 28:24:1. 

Speed, Dr. J. A. - Secured for college physician, 15:2:1; 
Weds Miss Glady Oorman, 13:10:5. 

Spence, Curti-s T. - Is elected president of Y.M.C.A. , pic- 
ture, 28:26:1; 
Picture, 29:22:1. 

Spence, 11. E. - ".'rote 1907 clar.s song, 2:18:3; 
Reeds poeas to Fortnightly Club, 4:9:1; 
'i'alks to Y.M.C.A., 8:4:2; 
Sneaks to minlsterlc:! band, 14:9:2; 
Lectures to Y.M.C.A., 14: 13:1; 
Delivers lecture, 15:5:8; 
Lectures on "Anerlcfin Humor", 15:14:1; 
'.Vrites book "A Guide to the 'Stud;/ of the English Bible", 

18:9:4* 
Addresses Y.M.C.A. on "Hov to be Good", 18:9:3; 
Spe.nks st N.C. College Conference, 18:?3:3; 
To return to Trinity, 19:10:1; 
Writes nlay "'ATien Crossroads Cross", 19:18:4; 
To give his play soon, 19:22:1;. 

Spencer, Richard - Tapped by Red Friars, 18:30:1. 

Spikes, Everett - Basketball player^ picture, 19:17:3; 
Elected captain of basketball, 18:22:1; 
Tap-ied by Red Friars, 18:30:1. 

Spinner, Joe - 'A'ill be meinagerlng editor of Chronicle, pic- 
ture, 28:28:6. 

Sjtorza y Count Carlo - Italy's distinguished World War hero, 
D visits on campus, 29:14:6; 

First lectwre to cover Wor].d War, picture, 29:16:1; 
Speaks on "Locarno Pact", 29:17:1; 
To speak on present European policy, 29:18:3; 
Speaks about "College Hen and Politics", 29:19:1; 
Ends lecture series by attack on dictators, 29:20:1. 

Sprinkle, H.C. - Initiated into Red Friars, 17:29:3; 
Selected editor of Chanticleer, 17:30:1; 
Address Hesperian L.S. , 18:2:4; 
Elected senior class leader, 18:3:4. 

Sprinkle, V/. V. - Prominent Taurian, picture, 23:22:3; 
Taurian president, picture, 23:32:5. 

Sprunt, Dr. D. H. - Added to medical school faculty, 29:1:1. 

Stacy, Judge W. P. - Chief Justice of N.C. Supreme Court, to 
STDeak here, 25:20:1; 
Speaks on "State Characteristics", 25:21:1; 
Speaks to students, 27:8:1; 
Initiated into O.D.K. as honorary member, 27:iO:i. 



stadium - Large stadium planned for Trinity, 20:10:1; 
Architectf! view, picture, 2?:5:o; 
Picture, 23:32:7; 

Proposed for Cuke, picture, 25:4:5; 
Site of Southern Conference Track Meet, picture, 29:30:3. 

Stamey, A.V/. - Tapped by Red Friars, 18:30:1. 

Stamey, Dr.E.L. - Speaks to Y.LI.C.A. on "Alcohol", 10t?6:l;. 

Stamp, Sir Josiah Charles - To deliver commencement address, 
picture, S9:r!7:l; 
To speak at commencement, 29:30:2. 

Stanbury, Albert - One of Duke candidates for Rhodes Scholar- 
ship, 27:3:1; 
Interviewed by Rhodes Scholarship committee, 27:10:1. 

Stanbury, T!r. W. A. - Entertains staff of Archive, 3:23:1; 
To sneak at Y.M.C.A. , 3:32:1; 

Stanbury, D^. 'V. A. - Addresses women students, 28:3:1. 

Starnea, Ralph - Elected wrestling cp'^tain for 1930, 25:23:5; 
To represent Duke in national wrestling tourney in 
Chicago, picture, 25:23:3. 

State Collegiate Press Ass. - To meet at Trinity, 19:3:1. 

Steel, Dr. S. A. - Lectures to students, 5:11:1. 

Steele, Edward I.'. - To reoresent Vanderbilt in debating here, 
2:7:1. 

Steidley, May Beth - Tau"ian, to star in "Captain Aoolejack", 
24:28:3. 

Steiner, Coach Herman - Tutors squad in mountains, 18:i:l; 
(Jym director, picture, 20:25:3. 

Stelling, Charlotte - Picture, 24:23:1. 

Stem, T.G. - Elected basketball captain, 1:9:1; 

Stem, Major Thaddeus G-. - '^o deliver Armistice Day address, 
18:8:1; 
Honors Trinitj' heroes in Armistice Day speech, 18:9:1. 

Stephenson, E. R. - Elected treasurer of Y. , 4:16:1. 

Stevens, Virginia - President of Y.'V.C.A. , picture, 24:l:i. 

Stevenson, Dr. J.R. - To 3ive commencement sermon, 16:27:3. 



Stewart, J^nes L. - Elected editor of Chronicle, picture, 
28:28:1; 
Tanned by Red Friars, 28:29:1; 
Picture, 29:22:1; 
Red Friar, picture, 29:30:1;. 

Stewart, 3. A- - Spea^ts at college ooening, 16:2:1; 
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, 18:20:i. 

Stoclcsdale, Coach - Says baseball nrospects good, 2:24:1; 
Leaves, 2:27:1. 

Stout, Dr. A. E. - Calves address here, 28:i7:i. 

Stoves, Dr.G-eorge - To conduct revival at Trinity, 18:7:3; 
To head revival, 18:11:1; 
Made Interesting talk at revival, 18:13:1. 

Strait, Virginal - Recftlves 0' Henry award with story In 
Archive, 25:17:1. 

Student Conference - Held near Ashevllle, 2:i:l; 
Is a big success, 2:21:1; 

Breaks up with election of negro, 21:13:5; 
Held at Greensboro, 21: 18:1. 

Student Goverment - Move started by Junior class, 16:21:1; 
Formed by uniting of 3 lower classes, 16:24:1; 
Honored by Archive, 17:10:1; 
Outlined to students, 17:29:1; 
Finishes flrpt term of operation under J.L.Jackson, 

18:17:3; 
John B.Harris Is elected president, 13:28:4; 
Barnes elected president, 19:?6'l; 
Constitution, 20:i:3; 

V/. S.Plakeney elected ^resident, 20:27:1; 
G.B.CaldMrell elected, 20:28:i; 
Tom Eanes elected, 20:28:i; 
D.E.Klrkpatrick elected, 20:2e:i; 
J. P. Frank elected, 20:28:1; 
W. A. Biggs elected, 20:28:i; 
D.E.Klrkpatrick elected president, 21:26:1; 
Kirkpatrick welcoTies freshmen, 22:1:1; 
H.LHester candidate for ^residency, 23:26:i; 
Arthur Harris cmidldate, 23:26:1; 
C.C.'.Veaver candidate, 23-26:i; 
Weaver elcedted president, 23:28:1; 
Fred Briiraraitt, Joe Carruthers, and Amos Johnson nominated 

for presidency, 34:27*1; 
Johnson elected president, 24:28:1; 
Joe Savage elected, picture, 25:26:1; 

I.IKG-reen, PiM.Bollch, and P.O. Brewer, candidates, 27:24:1; 
Green elcted president, 27:26:1; 
Ilarcus E.Hobbs elected vice president, 27:26:1; 
Wendell Home electdd president, 28:26:1; 
Council, picture, 28:27:4; 



T. 



Taft, Koover, - Is ready for Tulane debate, 29!19:i. 

Tamblyn, Dr.Ronald - Heard by Y.W.C.A. , 29:i0:3. 

Tate, ^ary Jane - Elected vice 'resident of IXike Flayers for 
1931-32, picture, 37:29:3. 

Tau Kappa Alpha - Chapter installed here, 10:29:1; 
Initiates members, 11:25:1; 
Initiates, 12:28:1; 
Initiates, 17:27:1;. 

Taurians, - Plan to nresent McCarthy's "If I V.'ere King", 
18:20:3; 

To present Rostand's "Cyrano De Bergerac", 20:3:1; 

Present "Crow's I'est", 21:12^1; 

Club woricahAp, picture, 22^3; 6; 

Directed by 'Irs Paul ^ross in production of "'Vappin 
Dwarf", 2^:7:i; 

W, Van E. Sprinkle, member, picture, 23:22:3; 

Janes, member, picture, 23:?5*1; 

Dot Jeannette, star in presentation of "Yellow ^aclcet", 
TDlcture, 2?:25:i; 

Present "Yellow Jacket", 23125:1; 

W.V.Sr»rln>le, retiring nresldent, oicture, 23:3?:5; 

:iake hit in Rocky Mount, 24:iO:i; 

To revive "Black Ev'd Susan", 24:i2:i; 

Taurlan t^ep.ter to be dedicated, 24:17:1; 

Play on J 'ay D^y, 24:24:1; 

Polly V/eber chosen r^resldent, ?4:3l:i; 

Polly 'Veber, olcture, 25:5:1; 

Present "Pc.lly with a Past", 27:s:i; 

Ennls Atkins, nrftsldent, olcture, 27:9:1; 

A. T. '.Vest, director, picture, 27:17:1; 

Under A. T. 'Vest wins first Dlece In state drajuatic con- 
test, 27:23:1; . 

Feature ^ay Day with presentation and pageant, 27*26:1; 

Taylor, Dr. C.C. - Analyzes rural conditions, 17:20:5. 

Tsylor, I.Ilss ^orothy - Picture, 28:13:4. 

Taylor, Helen - Elected jnto Tnite Duchy, 24:30:i; 
Taken in by Phi Beta ^appa, 25:ii:i. 

Taylor, R. V. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. , 3'18:4. 

Taylor, "Ikey" - Uakes all-st; te football team, 18'11:2; 
Picture, 19:s:i; 
Picture, 19:12:*. 

Taylor, V.'esley - Former "^rinlty'^ student, establishes record 
for small writing, 20*15*1. 



Teachers - l^lst of Trinity graduates v/ho have gone iijto 
teaching, 2*7!l. 

Tennis - '"ourth annual southern Intercollegiate tennis 
tournraent to be held, 5:28:4. 

Tennis Ciub - Officer? elected, SMtl. 

Tentera, Csjnilla - to sing here, picture, 29: 17: 4. 

Tevermore, Dr. C.H. - SpeoJcs to students at Trinity, 10:23:1. 

Thayer, Dr.'''. 3. - Si^eaks to graduating medical school class, 
28:30:1;. 
Will deliver eddress during coni'r.ence.Tient, nlcture, 
28:31:4. 

Theses - Abolished as senior graduation requirement, 1:3:4. 

Theta Alph Phi - National dramatic society established here, 
20:14:1. 

Thigpen, R. E. - Works to better alunnl organizations and 
create revolving fund, 18:16:1; 
Discusses e] aborate plans for greater Trinity, 18:17:4; 
Has created forty alumni chapterfii; 3 months, 18:26:4; 
Plans alumni loyalty fund cairtpaign, 22:4:1; 
Completes plans for Homecoming Day, 22:9:1; 
tte-elected secretary of alumni, 22:ii:i; 
Alumni secretary, picture, 23:32:2. 

Thomas, Mrs.E. B. _ Chronicle sponsor, picture, 28:32:2. 

Thomas, E.G. - Duke student, chosen to head N.G.C.P.A. for 
1931-32,^27:26:1; 
Editor of Chronicle for coming year, 27:37:1. 

Thomas, James A. - !Iakes donation to librr^ry, 10:29:4; 
Picture, 24:2i:i; 
Writes book "A Pioneer Tobacco -erchajit in the Orient", 

25:6:1; 
Picture, 25:6:1; 
V/rites nev; book, 28:10: 2E. 

Thomas, Norman - Speaks before liberal club, 27:10: 1; 

ST5eaks to students on the need of a new social ohilo- 

sophy, 27*li:i; 

Explains policies to Duke Audience, 29:21:1; 

Offers collegians a place in socialist party, 29:24:6. 

Thompson, Lieut. Earl M. - Given Croix de Guerre, 14:15:1. 

Thompson, Hutson - Prominent V/ashington attorney to spaak at 
commencement, 27:27:1; 
To deliver commencement address, picture, 27:30:1. 



Thompson, Jim - Football, picture, 20:11:4; 
Car)taln of football, T>icture, 22:8:5; 
Picture, 29119:5; 29:27:6. 

Thompson, Dr. Taliaferro - Speaks to freshmen, 28:9:3; 
Speaks to students, 38:S:l; 
Speaks at vesners, 28:9:7. 

Thome, Captain Bob - Picture, 10:16:1. 

Thornton, Spruill - One of campus lea(Sers, nicture, 25:2:4: 

To renresent Duke in debating in Northern tour, 25;,20:1; 
Elected into D K, 25:31:1; 

Thorpe, D. K. *i. To edit Archive, 24:30:1; 

One of csuipus lepders, picture, 25:2:4; 
Picture, 2*5:27:1. 

Tillett, Dr. W. F. - Deliver? 1st Avera lecture, 2:28:1; 
Completes Avera series, 2:29:1. 

Tlllotson, Virginia - Tapped by '^mite Duchy, 29:30:1. 

Tilson, Tex - '.Yill coach wrestling, 2l:ie:o; 
To develop boring tean at Duke, 23:21:5; 
Basketball, picture, 27:12:3. 

Tittle, Rev. - Will preach baccalaureate sermon, 21:29:1. 

Toll, Senator Henry VV. - Speaks to Duke University Bar 
Association, 28:4:1. 

Torabo, Dr. Rudolph - Gives lecture on "G-oethe's Faust", 2:10:1; 
Speaks, 2:li:l. 

Tombs - Initiates, 2:3:1; 

Annual banquet, 2:33:1; 

Initiates seven men, 4:?:1; 

Initiates, 6:6:1; 

Offers cup, 6:21:4; 

Antics of Initiates, 7:4:1; 

Open with seventeen men, 10:4:1; 

Holds initiation, 11:4:1; 

Takes twelve men through secrets, 14:12:1; 

Annual initiation held, 15:4:1; 

Eighteen inifetited, 18:2:1; 

Institutes "student day" for entertaining nrospective 

high school students, 18:20:6; 
Initiates 20 men, 20:3:1; 
Initiation, plcttre, 20:5:1; 
Initiates 20 athletes, 25:8:1; 
Initiates thirty, 29:11:1. 



Tomnklns, D. A. - Spealcs, 1:1:1; 
Writes about Trinity, 1:3:1. 

Torchlight Parade - Given by students to Dr. Few, 6:11:1. 

Town G-irls Club - Crganl7ed, 34:11:1; 

Wins first Jubilie prized 24:19:3. 

Tourney, Prof. J.''., of Yale, - Leaves valupblc forpstr'y books to 
Duke Library, ?9:15:l. 

Tove, Wm. '^. - Appointed as law instructor, 20:1:2; 
Appointed to faculty; 
Speaks at senior meeting, 28:5:4; 

Townley, Gordon - Tapped by D K, 29:30:1; 

Coiiiing editor of Chanticleer announces s^.aff, 28:30:7; 
One of publication heads for 1935-34, picture, 29:31:1 
Tapped iDy Red Friars, 29:31:1. 

Townsend, C. L. - Nev/ associate orofessor of French and German, 
9:4:3. 

Track - Team assured, 2:23:1; 

Preliminary held for purpose of selecting a relay team, 6:9:1; 
Relay race is great success, 6:10:3; 
Freshmen win relay r.nce, 7:3:1; 
Team to enter meet at relay, 7:26:1; 
Relay race try-out, 8:3:1; 

Junior class wins relay race for second time, 8:3:1; 
Sophomores win the inter-class track meet, 8:24:1; 
Team does well In second track meet, 8:28:1; 
Shankel, Capt. Bryon, nicutre, 18:30:2; 
Squad 192S, picture, 20:28:5; 

Conference track stars will meet at Chanel Hill, picture, 
29:20:3. 

Training School - Church - to be headed by Brown, Arloa of 
Chattanooga, 20:21:1. 

Trawlck, Dr. A. I.!. - Addresses Y on "Negro Life", 7:3:1, 

Trinity College - Receives donation for handsome building, 1:5:4; 
Old Trinity, 2:4:2; 

To celebrate Lee's 100th anniversary, 2:15:1; 
"Old Trinity" - sacred meaorles and charms, 2:22:1; 
Free courses and college facllitfees opened to teachers, 3:5:1 
Fiftieth year opened, 4:1:1; 
New building to be erected, 5:3:1; 
Opinions of Trinity, 5:20:4; 



Trinity College - Receives .^150,000 for Educational toard, 6:3:1; 
In era of growth, 6:30:1; 

Nev,' reouireraents for Bachelor's degree, 8:1:1; 
'.VI thdr aws from S . I . A. A. , 3:15:1; 

Gharar)lons of North & South Carolina in basketbal] , 8:?l:l; 
Has many new additions, 9:1:1; 
Is on movement for strict rules, 9:38:1; 

Motor truck attempted to climb over X Duke statue, 9::!4:2; 
V/ork is being done on proposed college for v;omen, 10:1:1; 
Epworth building is modem dormitory, 10:1 ;1; 
Increase in number this year, 10:1:3; 
Extension work of education department, 10:7:1; 
Trinity College entertains D.A.R. Convention , 10:9:1; 
V7hat becajne of the lawyers of Trinity, 10:12:3; 
Who's Who, 11:8:1; 

Studenst flock to enlist in military course, 12:28:1; 
Student drill continues, 12:29:1; 
Patriotism high on campus, 12:29:1; 

Sixty-five Trinity men comrrassioned in army, 13:1:1; 
Sixty-sixth session formally opened, 13:2:1; 
Drills made compulsory, 13:3:1; 
To establish A. F. Gill memorial, 13:10:1; 
Students demand football, 13:12:1; 
Pastors school to be held at Trinity, 13:14:1; 
Students send Chronicle to soldiers', 13:14:1; 
Donations made for Dr. Grill's memorial, 13:17:1; 
Sotthgate memorial tablet given college, 13:13:1; 
Students open cpjnpaign for football, 13:r0:l; 
Progress reported in football campaign, 13:24:1; 
Food conservation courses offered, 13:25:3; 
To have regulation uniforms, 13:27:4; 
Trinity troopers perform in patriotic r^lly, 13:28:3; 
Army life among the students at Trinity, 14:2:1; 
Much anxiety about exens before Christmas, 14:3:1; 
Opens v.'ith large attendance, 14:6:1; 

Memorial service held for .Lieutenant Harris, 14:10:1,' 
Magnificent gym to be erected as memorial to Trinity men 

v/ho took part in gre?t V/ortd War, 14:14:1; 
TIemorlal service held fcr Sergeant Eastman, 14:13:1; 
Takes nart in "Welcome Home" cfttebration, 14:21:1; 
Academy of Science held here, 14:22:1; 

Memorial service held in honor of R^yal W.lfiliey, 14:22"L* 
Wjio's niao in the S.A.'^.C. at Trinity, 14:1:1; ' ' 

Permanent record of Trinity's part in war, 14:i:3; 
Scientists to meet here, 14:19:1; 
Memorial ^lymnasium nlan nrogresslng, 15: 4:1; 
To have Glee Club, i5:7:i; 
To send delegates to Des Moins, Iowa for Volunteer 

Conference of North America, 15:10:1; 
Compulsory exercise effective, 15:20:1; 
Trinity re-enters Peace Contest, 15:20:1; 
Trinity State basketball champions, 15:22:1; 
Southgate memorial fund pro^jresses, 15:23:1; 



Trinity College - Southgate memorial fund over the top, 15:^4:1; 
Soon to have gym, 17:4:1; 
Submits disarmament resolution, 17:17:1; 

Joins American School of Classical Studies Asrociation, 17:295 
14,000,000 offered by Trinity through Dr. V.'.P.Few toward 

Medical school, 13:15:1; 
Airplane view of Trinity, picture, 13:16:7; 
Elaborate plans for greater Trinity discussed by R. E. 

Thlgpen,' 18:17:4; 
Memorial gymnasitlm soon r'^ady for occupation, 19:1:1; 
Nine foreign students registered at Trinity, 19:4:1; 
Japanese fpar earthaua^es for relatives, 19:5:1; 
Ormond, Prof. J. .'1. to return to Trinity, 19:10:1; 
Spence, Prof. H. E. to return to Trinity, 19:10:1; 
Fifteen colleges represented at College Scribe Convention, 

19:10:1; 
Scientific fraternity organizec' by students, 19:ii:i; 
Trinity Bell to arouse College Sunday moriing, 19:11:1; 
Prayer meeting to be held nightly for boys, 19:13:1; 
Swimming pool to be finished soon, 19:3;1; 
Motion picture company to film Trinity Activities, 19:1:3; 
Conference on Democracy to be held soon, 19:14:3; 
Venetiaji glass blov;-rs entertain the students, 19:14:1; 
Fifteen delegates attended the Students Conference at 

Indianapolis, 19:15:1; 
Trinity students will not vote on prl^e )lan of Bo'c Peace 

Award, 19:16:1; 
V/elfare of women students has been imnroved, 19:16:1; 
Vote overwhelmingly in frvor of adoption of Bole's Peace 

Plan, 19:17:1; 
Memorial service was held in honor of great war ^resident, 

19:17:3; 
Rire prevented by two students in Alsnaugh, 19:18:3; 
Summer school to be held in Europe, 19:21:2; 
Annual sunday school institute opens at Trinity, 19:23:1; 
Methodist students to hold conference, 19:24:2; 
Methodist Conference is effort to unite churches, 19:24:4; 
Dr. A. D.F.Hamlin sneaks her'=, 19:27:2; 
Scientific study continues at ^rlnlty, 19:27:4; 
Introduced footbnll Into south by defeating 'Carolina in 

1837, 20:i0:i; 
Becomes a university, J. B. Duke gives millions to new uni- 
versity, 20:i4:i;. 

Trinity College Historical Society - Holds its first meeting, 
2*2:2; 
Hears W.I'.Marr on Cherokee Indian, 7:7:3; 
Meets, 9:8:1; 

Dr. John H.Latajie speaks on the "Monroe Doctrine" ,9: 27:i; 
Hears paper on "Manhood 3uffra.je" by J. W. Carr, li:8:i; 
Reorganizes for year, 14:9:2; 
Prof. F. A.G.Cowper speaks, 15:7:1; 



Trinity College Historical Society (continued) 
Hears Dr. R. G-. Adams, 18:5:1; 

J.JFarrlss reads paper on Lowpie G-ang, 1S:18:4; 
Hears Dr. R.P.Lane speak on European misery, 18:20:i; 
Hears German scholar, Dr. Erns*. Jackh, 23:17:1;. 

Trinity Park School - Holds final exercises, 16:28:1; 
Abolished, 18'1:1; 

Picture of Professor F. S. Aldridge, once head of the 
school, 23:24:3. 

Tripple and Benson - Noted educators will speak here, 19:i5:i; 
Noted lectures, speak to students, 19*16:4. 

Trout, Dr. H.H. - Added to medical school faculty, 29:i:i. 

Troxler, Thurmon - 'Vins 9019 Declamation ''ontest, 25:23:1. 

Troxwell, Dr. J. P. - Added to faculty, 29:i:7. 

Truesdale, J.N. - Sleeted into Red Friars, 23:31:1; 
O.D.K., picture, 24:3i:i; 
Duke c-ndidate for Rhodes scholarship, 25^5:1; 

Truesdale, R. 3. - To conduct annual revival, 13:i7:i. 

Tunney, Gene - Discusses sports, 24:14^4. 

Turner, Aaron ("Pee Wee") - Picture, 21:24:4. 

Turner, Dr. Fred I. - Secured for civic celebration, li:i9:i; 
Address 9019 on "V/hy Did U.S. Become Another Euro-oe", 
11:20:1. 

Turner, I'-r. S.E. - ^-'otable lawyer, visits unlveristy, 27:27:1. 

Turrentine, Dr. 3. B. - SneaJcs to Y.M.C.A. , 5*22:4; 
Praises work of B.N. Duke, 25:1554. 

Turrentine, Walter - Selected business mans-ger of Archive, 
17:30:1; 
Composes popular new song, 18:13:5. 

Tuttle, R. G. - Trsck, picture, 23:20:5; 
Elected into Red Friars, 23:3i:i; 
Cross country captain, oictur3, 24: 5-: 5; 
O.D.K., picture, 24:3i:i; 
Duke candidate for Rhodes scholarship, 25:5:1. 

Twaddell, Professor '.'/. P. - Leads glee club on Eastern trio, 
22:9:1. 

Tyne, Professor V?n - Noted historian of University of 
:!ichigan, visits here, 25tl0:i. 

Tyree, V/. A. - Appointed to faculty, 20:2:1; 

Announces opening of new dormitories, 23*16:4. 



u. 

Umstead, Mr. William B. - Spealcs at vespers, 28:4:i. 

Underwood, S.B. - First 1906 man to marry, 3:i2:i; 
Married after T.Ir.Rexford, 2:i3:i. 

Unexcused Absences - Students will not be nermitted to take 
monthly exams, 2*2:3. 

University of North Carolina - Establishes new school of 
religious training, 22:i:2. 

Upchurch, W.M. - Picture, 272 28-1. 

Uwazural, Minoru - Japanese youth, comes to I>aie, 21! 22: 4. 

V. 

Vance, LIrs.Z.B. - Added to faculty, English dept. , 22:3:i. 

Vanderbllt Univercity - Trinity wins debate against Van- 
derbilt, i:2:i. 

Van Liew, John -^. - Tq be football coach, 15!3:i. 

Vann, S. C. - CJives school $10,000, 1P,:10''1. 

Vaughn, G. '.V. - Appointed to faculty, 17:i:i. 

Vaughn, Hary E. - Elected to Fhi Beta Kappa, 22'9!l. 

Vaughan, Robert McN. , Elected to Phi Beta Kaooa, 29-7:1; 
Initiated into O.D.K., 29:i2:i. 

Vereiners - Celebrate, 6*15*3. 

Vesoers - Dr. S.W.Erwin, president of Santi I'srio ^oHege, 
Rome, Italy, to soe.ak, 25:3:i; 
BishoT) E. D.Mouyon spealcs, 27:22:1; 
Dr.I.iCiTeil Poteat speaks, 28:3:1; 
Fj?. William B. Umstead speaks, 2814:1; 
Dr. Howard Jenson speaks, 28:6:1; 
Till'. Stanley High is speaker, ?8'7«1; 
Dr. Elbert Russell speaks, 28*8:1; 
Dr. W.T. Thompson sneaks, 28:9*7; 
Dean Justin miler speaks, 28] 11 : 3; 
Dr. Frank S.Hickman speaks, 28*12:1; 
Dr. Frank Kingdon sneaks, 28:13:4; 
Dr. W.^.LIcKee speaks, 28:i4:i; 
Dr. R.L. Flowers spealcs, 28:15!1; 
Dr. Ct. R. Combs speaks, 28!16:i; 

Vick, a.W. - And (J. M.Daniel to debate Sewanee, 4*2552. 

Vicker?, Lee E. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:i. 



Vlckers, Chaplain T.G. - Praised for fearlessness, 14:12:3; 
Awarded Croix de G-uerre, 14:17:1; 
Gives Armistice day address, 20:8:3. 

Vleth, Dr. Paul K. - Added to faculty, 27:1 :1; 
Returns to faculty, 27: 15:1. 

Vinson, Edward - Picture, 28:23:2. 

Volley Ball - Introduced by Captain Card, 11:2:1. 

Vollmer, Dr. Clement - Speaks to Raleigh club, 23:26:1; 
Relates experiences of vacation In G-ercay, 25:6:1; 
Relates experiences In Germany, 28:9:4; 
Talks on Goethe, 28:24:i. 

Volunteer Movement - To hold Its fifth convention, i:?:3. 

Vosburgh, Dr. 'A'arren C. - Added to faculty, 25:3:1; 

To chani^e post with Scotland professor, 29:i:i. 

Voyles, Carl - Assistant athletic director and football coach 
for next year, picture, 27:15^1; 
Added to athletic staff, 27:15:4. 

W. 

Wade, '.Vallace - Assumes duties as coach and athletic dir- 
ector here, picture, 27:15:1; 
Is received with enthusiasm, 27:15:4; 
!!akeE first talk at student meeting, 27:16:1; 
Speaks In Grantland Rice sports review, 27:22:1; 
To s'^eak at A-Qerlcin college newsnaoer assembly at 

Chanel Hill, 27:23:5; 
Picture, 28:iO:l; 

Speaks at Cider Boys Conference, 28:13:4; 
Picture, 29:4:1; 

Wage, T.E. - Initiated Into O.D.K., 22:5:1. 

Wagg, Mrs.T.E. - Soonsor for Chronicle editor, picture, 
23:28:3. 

Waggoner, T.R. - Made editor of Chanticleer, 18:28:3. 

Wagner, Charles - Speaks at sophmore meeting, 28^14:1. 

V/ake County Alumni Association - Meets, 5:6:1; 
Meets, 5:20:1. 

Wake Forest - Glee club entertains at Duke, 1:18:4. 

Walden, Mr. Wilbur - Sneaks at inter- fraternity conference 
here, 27:ie:l.' 



Walker, Augusta - Made president of women's student govern- 
jTient, 29:2?:i; 
Picture, 39:23:1; 
Tapped by V^Tilte Duchy, 29:30:1. 

V/slker, Mary L. - Elected to Fhl Beta Kappa, 27:18:1. 

Wall, George - Has been Janitor here 45 yeprs, 24:1?: 4. 

Wall, L.L. - Columbian debater, 18:13:1. 

Waller, Ervln - Picture, 29:9B:e. 

Walton, BeulP.h, E. - Chosen by Phi Beta Kappa, 16:10:1. 

Wannamaker, Harriet - To lead Easter dances, 28:23:3. 

WannaJBiaker, Professor Olln - Sneaks on the "Fascist! Re- 
gime", 21:20:1. 

Wannamaker, V,'. H. - Gives third faculty lecture, 1:13:1; 

Spepks to Y.K.C.A. on a German student's life, 1:16:3; 

Outlines GennaJi program for Charlotte club, 3!16:4; 

Entertains "v.d.w. ", 3:25:3; 

Addresses Y.I'.C.A. , 5*11:1; 

Speaks to Y.I.I.C.A. , 6:8:1; 

Spoke to Fortnit^htly ^Club, 6:27:1; 

SpeakLS to Y.M.C.A. 9:7:3; 

Speaks on "German viewooint", 10:9:1: 

Succeeds Dr. W. I. Cranford as dean, 13'l:l; 

Spenks to Y.M.C.A. on the benefits of war, 13:i0:i; 

Reminds stude*nt8 of expulsion for olaying football, 13:12:1; 

Leads woodchopper? into action, 13:i9:i; 

Lectures to Y".i.I.C.A. , 15:9:1; 

Speaks at college opening, 18:2:1; 

Shows how college curriculum has exnanded in oast few 

yeaa-s, 18:16:3; 
Speaks to students, 19:15:4; 
Leads pep meeting, 20:9:3; 
Elected president of Rotary Club, 20:28:3; 
Attends athletic conference, 2i:i4:i; 
Picture, 23:32:7; 

Hakes address to Gastonia audience, 24:1353; 
Speaks to students, 28:1 !1; 
Speaks to students, 28:2:1; 
Is heard by Rotarlaiis. 28: 3.' 4; 
Speaks for O.D.K., 28'8:i; 
Speaks about student spirit, 28: 10:1; 

Ward, Dr. H.F. - Speaks to Y.M.C.A. on Christ and wai', 13524:1; 

Ward, liytrlce C. - Elected to Fhl Beta Kappa, 29:7:i. 

Ware, R. D. - Elected editor of "Chronicle", 15:28:3; 
Cn Trinity debating fieain, 17:16:1. 



Warllck, Selma - Discusses co-eds in Archive, 34:15:3. 

V/arren, Add - Succeeds Tilson as boxing and wrestling coach, 
picture, ?7:?6:3. 

Warren, C.3. - Wins Wlley-Cxrey medal, 5:29:1. 

V.'arren, L. A. - Elected into C.D.K., 25:31:1^ 

Warren, IJlck - Captain elect oB baseball, picture, 35:31:3. 

V/arren, Miss Rosa - To sing at concert given by musical clubs, 
19:16:2. 

Washburn, A. U. , of \'hXe Forest - Chosen ^resident of N.C.C.F.A. , 
2B:?S:1. 

Washinf^ton Duke Building - Burned, 6:i8:i; 
Nearly completed, 7:15:1. 

Washington, Greorpe - Diary in Duke Library, 21:lS:l. 

Watson, Dr. John Broadus - Speaks to students, 10:28:3; 
Presents his nyw psychology, 10:29:1. 

Watson, Miss Lama T!ae - From N. C.C.v;., picture, 25:9:1. 

Watts Hospital - Opens, 5:13:1. 

Weathersrioon, Everett - Picture, 24:-T:l. 

Weaver, Chas. C. - Initiated Into O.D.K., 22:5:1; 

Candidate for presidency of student governraent, 23:26:1; 

Picture, 23:28:1; 

Elected president of student government, 23:28:1; 

Elected Into Red Friars, 25:31:1; 

To attend Congress of National Student Federation of 

America, 24:ll:l; 
Attends national Student Federation of America Convention, 

24:13:3; 
O.D.K., r)lcture, 24:31:1 

Weathersooon, Everett - Reoresents Duke in state orator icaJ. 
contest, 25:7:1; 
Wins second olace In state oratorical contest, 25:8:1; 
Elected into" 0. D.K:. , 25:31 :l ; 
Chosen by Red Friars, 25:31:1. 

v;ebb, A.II. - Writes letter to editor of Chronicle, 3:23:3; 
Granted a year's leave, 2:31:1; 
Speaks to Fortnightly Club, 6:12:1; 

STDCPks on "France ajid her nart In the Euror^ean strugrle", 
10:ll:l; 



Webb, Prof. A.'^ - Returns home from Eurooe, 19:16:4; 
To again lead sumner cruise, 24:16:6. 

!".^ebb, Earle W. - Duke s-^nhoniore dies of pneumonia, 29:14:1. 

Webb, Dr. V/. A. - Spea'^er for benefactor's Day, 9:3; :1; 
Speaks on Benefactor's Day, 9:5:1^ 

".'ebb. Prof. '.V.?.,- S eaks at Trinity, 10:2:1. 

V/eber, John - Red Friar, picture, 25:30:1. 

Weber, Pauline - Taurian star, loicture, S3: 28:1; 
Picture, 24:3:1; ?!4:22:3. 
Electdd into White Duchy, 24:30:1; 
Chosen president of Taurians, 24:31:1; 
Selected Taurian prexy, picture, 25:5:1. 

Weifcle, Dr. Li A. - Gives Eible lectures, 21:14:1; 
Favors religion in child school, 21:15:1. 

Weinberg, Dr. fl.W. - Eminent bActeriologist soeaks at medical 
school, 27: 5; 1. 

Welch, Dr. J. E. - Spenits to Y.I.'.CA. , 17:7:1. 

Werber, Bill - Chosen by Red Friars, 25:31:1; 
Elected into O.-^.K., 25:31:1; 
Baseball star Koes to Yankees, 27:13:3; 
Is making good in big time baseball, 27:20:1^ 

Werner, Poo (A. A.) - ^ootball, picture, 27:11:5; 
Picture, 2p:10:2; 
Football, riicture, 29:9E:2; 
'"ap-^ed by C.D.K., 29:30:1. 

West, A.T. - Taurian director, picture, 27:17:1; 

Leads Taurians to first place in state dramatic contest, 27:23:1; 
Picture, 29:8:1. 

West, Claude - Elected as Junior reore? entative on athletic board, 
4:3:1. 

West, H. C. - Is winnei' of sonhomore debate, 10:29:1; 
To edit Archive, 11:29:3; 
To be Business Mana^ger of Chanticleer, 11:31:1. 

West, '.'.'alter - Elected E4we-president of Junior class, 4:3:1. 

Westbrook, John - Elected president of Y.M.C.A. , 20:24:1. 



Whaling, Rev. Thornton - To deliver Avera lectures, 8:23:1; 
Lectures on "'Voodrow '.Vllson", 14:21:1. 

V/heeler, H.N. - of U.S. Pof'estry Service lectures here, 27:19:1; 

White - Poottall manager, picture, 12:1^:4. 

?/hlte, Miss Helen - Picture, 29:17:1. 

White, John, E. - To make address, 1:3:1; 

Delivers a sneech on I!emorlal Hall, l:9Fl. 

v/hite, il. I. - Editor of Archive, 7:1^:1; 

(Dr.) Soeaks to Fortnightly Club, 17:7:2; 

Author o"^ book on nef-ro poetry, 19:11:1; 

Tennis coach, oicture, 20:28:?; 

Publishes book;: American V.erro ^olk Sohrs . ''5:8:3; 

Back from tour of England, 25:15:1. 

"Tiite Duchy - Elects nev.- members, 24:30:1; 
Elected new member:?, 25:31:1; 
Ta'^es in four new members, 27:29:1; 
ElectHs nev- members, 28:31:1; 
Retiring ^ s, icture, 23:31:3; 
Electa ne ers, 29:30:1. 

';Vhitted, Hiss Eessie - Entertains senior class, 1:17:4, 

Whitted, George - To «oach baseball, 21:ie:l. 

Wldenhouse, MJss Edna - In "I.liss Cherry Blossom", oicture, 24:32:1. 

Widgery, Prof. Alban G. - Sneaks on cha;.ger in philosophy, 27:7:1; 
Sr-eaks to Graduate Club, 23:14:1. 

Wiggins, A. P. - Wins 9019 Decla:nation Contest, 11:13:1. 

Wiggins, Jajnes A. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 20:19:1; 

Wiggins, Ilartha E. - Taken 'ay Phi Beta Kaiopa, 15:10:1; 
Crowned :.Iay Queen, IS: 28:1. 

Wlgmore, Dean John, of Northwester, - Visits University, 27:27:1. 

V/iley, Dr. Hervey W. - To deliver commencement address, 7:21:1. 

Wiikinson, Albert A. - Wins ohoto orize, 21:18:1. 

Will, Dr. - Lectu^-s, 3:3;1. 



Williams, Alfred - Elected business manager of Archive, 27:37:1. 

Williams, Anne - To lead Easter dances, 28:23:3. 

Wlllla.'ns, Davis - Nominee for president of student government, 29:25:1; 
Picture, 29:25:1. 

Wilson, Allen - Picture, 29:23:2. 

V/llson, Mr. E.G. - Snea]cs to Y.M.C.A. , 9:29:4. 

Wilson, Dr. f^.a. , of Harvard - To sneak to Phi Betta Kaonas, 23:20:1: 
Sner.ks to Phi Beta Kanoa on "Readjustment of World Relations", 

23:24:1; 
To s^e?> r,f. Conference of International Relations, 27:18:1. 

V/llson, J. Stilt - Adr^resses students, 24:?3:l. 

Wilson, f'ax - Addresses Business Men's Association of ATierica, 
24;i:3. 

Wilson, Prof. R. !:. - "arries, 6:3:1; 
Lectures to Science Club, 6:11:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.C.A. on "loyalty", 6:19:1; 
Speaks to Y.M.CA. , 8:4:1; 
SreakeH to Science Club, 8:11:1; 
Lectures to Chemistry Club, 16:10:4; 
Returns to faculty from sabbatical leave, 20:2:1; 
Speaks to freshmen class, 27:18:1. 

V/llson, Dr. R.R. - Sponsors International Relations Club, 25:9:1; 
Reads paper at Political Science meeting, 25:19:1; 
To do special work for government, 28:4:5; 
Represents Duke at National Convention, 29:14:3. 

V/llson, "Stilt" - To speak here, 24:20:1. 

Wilson, Woodrow, - His forces gain control of Moot Democratic 
Convention, 7:20:1; 
G-ets nomination^ for president, 7:22:1; 
Day to be observed, 17:14:3. 

V/lnslow, Miss Elizabeth - Picture, 39:17:1. 

"^ireless - Is subject of Science Club, 6:26:1. 

Wlster, O'ven - To deliver Commencement Address, 10:22:1. 

Wolfe, Dr. J.J. - Gave closing faculty le.-^ure, 1:17:1; 
Speaks to Science Club, 2:11:4; 



'^olfe. Dr. J.J. - Third annual reception, ?:13:1; 
Spes.k<5 to Science Club, 6:15:1; 
Elected T5re=;i^ent of Botanical Glut, 7:ie:l; 
?'iea>p to Science Club on "bacteria", 7:33:4. 

.'olfe, Dr. James J. - Dies, 13:1:1; 

Memorial library fund started, 16:17:1. 

Wood, Robert L. - Talks on life at University of Madi-ld, 29:19:4. 

y.'oodhouse. Prof. E.J. - To lecture to wonen, 22:3:1. 

V/oodward, Frederic - Visits Dui-.e Law School, 29:17:1; 

V/ood-.vard, J. L. - Taken in by Phi Beta Kapoa, 25:11:1. 

Woody, Dr. H.H. - Aw-^rded prl?,9 for history essay on Southern 
scene, picture, 28:22:4. 

V/ooten, J. C. - Soe^ks to Y.M.C.A. , 3:1:1; 

Is ppnointed to religion department, 3:1:1; 

Lectured, S:l6:l; 

Aooresses ministerial students, 5:2:1; 

Speaks to Y.M.C.A., 5:2^:3; 

Spenks to students, 6:9:4; 

To af^cent nastorshl'o in Wilmington, 6:14:1; 

(Rev.) SpeaksV to Y.l'.Z.A. on "leadership", 11:23:3. 

v;ooten, T'rs. J. C. - Die?, 6:2:3. 

"'orley, Harry - Handball chamoion, 4:12:1. 

'.Vormser, Lea - ""o s^ealc here, 28:18:1. 

Wrestling - Hardway elected captain of team, 19:^2:1; 
Jones elected cnotaln, 25:11:5; 
Tex "^11 son -a-III coach, 21:16:5; 
CulTO, "Hank" elected captain, nicture, 23:20:5; 
Starnes, Ralph elected captain for 1S30, 25:22:5; 
JJnes to enter natlonnl Chicago tourney, olcture, 25:23:3; 
Sta.rne,Raloh enters national wrestling tourney In Chicago, 25: 23:3. 

".'riters' Club - '.V.E.Eller elected president, 7:10:1; 
Hears Dr. F.C.Brown on "Short Story", 2:10:1. 

V/yche, Miss Alma - Elected oresident of student government, 25:23:1; 
Picture, .25:23:1; 

Elected treasurer of Southern Ass'n of V/omen's Student Govi^rn- 
ment, 25:27:1. 

Wylle, Sir Francis - To address Phi Beta Kappa, 29:19:1; 
To deliver address on "Cecil Rhodes", 29:20:1- 
Depicts life of Cecil Rhodes in Phi Beta Kappa address, 29:21:1; 



Wylle, Sir Frajicis - Picture, 29: Si: 3. 
Wyrnan, Hiss Lorraine - To offer concert, here, 18:17:5. 
Wyraan, Henry A. - Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 29:7:1. 
'.Vyrick, H. T. - Footbell, picture, P2:10:5. 



Yahoos - versus Trinity, 1:17:4. 

Yanapitla, Pun^ro - Freshniaji from Janan, 2:1:1. 

Yarborough, E.S. - Picture, 25:2:4; 

Elected to Phi Eeta Kapna, ''5:11:1. 

Yates, Dr. E.A. - Dies aaddenly, 4:32:2. 

Y. M. C.A. - Interstate convention helrS, 1:12:1; 
Gives musical nroscrajn, 1:17:1; 
To off»r Bible" course, 2;9:2; 
Johnson, Rev. L. sr^eaks, 2:10:1' 
KcRai, v!. V. elected president, 2:14:3: 
'Cilgo addresses first raeetin,^, 2:16:1- 
To conduet ^ible Study Institute, 2:17:1; 
Sponsors student conference, 8:20:1; 
Revival closed by Dr. Detwiler, 2:20:1; 

Speeial N. C. Student Conference edition of Chronicle, 2:21:1; 
He^rs 'ifooten, 3::;:l; 
Is addressed by Prof, "eritt, 3:4:1; 
Addressed by H.M. '.Vcrth, 3:^:1; 
Is Adoressed by Dr. Crawford, 3:10:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. CJlnsson, 3:13:2; 
Is addressed by Rev. Bradwhaw, 3:17:1; 
Is addressed by R.V.TaJlor, 3:18:4; 

Cfffrlns mernoria.Ti in honor of V/mieji by Lilly, 3:22:3; 
Is addressed b:/ Dr. S.E.Turi-entine, 3:22:4; 
Is addressed by Frshk Slier, 3:24:1; 
Is addressed by V/. A. St anbury , 3:32:1; 
Is addressed by Bostwick, 4: 2:1; 
Addressed by Dr. La Flanman, 4:5:1; 
Is Addressed by H.", North, 4:5:1; 
Sponsors Bible classes, 4:5:1; 
Is addressee! by T.'/^. Grant, 4:7:1; 
Hears Dr. '.!ims", 4:8:3; 
He»rs Rev. G.T. Ada.iis , 4:10:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. Crawford, 4:11:1; 

"New Fields to Discover" - address by 'V.A.Brown of Chcago, 
4:l2:l; 



Y.M.C.A. - Is addressed "by Dr. Raince(|h, 4:14:1; 
Elects officers, 4:16:1; 

Annual revival being conducted by Kfclgo, 4:17:1; 
Kilgo closes revival, 4:18:1; 
Is addressed by J. E. Pe^rran, 4:??:L; 
Is addressed by Dr. Brown, 5:4:1; 
Is addressed by Prof. Merrit, 5:5:1; 
Is addiessed by J. W. Lynch 5:8:1; 
Is addresr.ed by Dr. Wananaker, 5:11:1; 
Is addressed by A. C. Mcintosh, 5:13:1; 
Organized Students Enr^loyment Bureau, 5:14:1; 
International Convention, 5:17:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. G-lasson on "The Christian Religion as 

A Social Foree, 5:?1:1; 
Has Bible study program:, 5:^^2:1; 
Is addressed by Hedrick and Smith 5:P2:3; 
Is addressed by J. C. Wooten, 5:24:3; 
To reorganize on ne'v basis, 5:P8:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. Spenne, 6:4:2; 
Is addressed by Rev. Hague, 6:5;1; 
Is addressed by Bishor Kilgo, 6:6:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. Laprade, 6:7:4; 
Is addressed by Rev. C. G-. Homshell, 6:10:5; 
Is addressed by ^. W. Pedle, 7:5:2; 
Hears Dr. Larrade's talk on^Symrathy" , 7:7:3; 
Is addressed by Dr. A.; M. Tranick on "Negro Life", 7:8:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. Crawford on "Influence", 7:10:1; 
Revival conducted by G-. T. Rowe, 7:17:1; 
Rears Rev. J. L. Cunniggin of V.-mderbilt , 7:96:3; 
Is Pddresped by Pi^of. A. lierritt, 7:28:1; 
Is addressed by Prof. R. N. Wilson, 8:4;1; 
Is addj eesed by Dr. V7. P. Larrpde, 8:8:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. F. G-. Penbody, 8:17:1; 
Has good plans for the year, 9:1:1; 
Gives recer tion, 9:2;1; 

Is addressed by Flovers , Prof. R. L. , 9:4:4; 
Has conference, 9:5:1; Is addressed by Bishor John C. Kilgo, 

9:6:1; 
W. H- Wanaraaker sreaks, 9:7:3; 
Is addresG.vd by Pev. E. F. Lee, 9:9:3i; 
Is addressed by Bishor J. C. Kilgo, 9:10:1; 
200 students attending Bible class, 9:11:1; 
Delegates go to Kansas for convention, 9:14:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. W T. Laprade, 9:14:4; 
Kansas City convention a great success, 9:16:1; 
Is addresser! by Rev. L. P. ^'onard, 9:16:4; 
Cii^^nges planned in activities, 9:21:4; 
Dr. W. p. Few p'.roke on the "Ideal Life", 9:22:2; 
Is addressed by Rev. R. C. Craven 9:23:4; 
Excellent work done by Y.M.C.A., 10:1:1; 
Reception T^roves big success, 10:2:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. W P. Few, 10:2; :1; 
Is addressed by Dr. W. I. Crawford, 10:3;3: 



Y.M.C.A. - In addressed by Dr. F.N. Parser, 10:4:5; 
Is addressed by 'V.B.Lee, 10:9:1; 
To own Blue Ridf^e Home, 10116:1; 
To abandon Blue Ridge Hone plan, 10: "1:1; 
Attendance largely increased, 10:55:4; 
Is addressed by Dr. E.L.Staraey on "Alcohol", 10:?6:1; 
Handbook edited by Pres . Lilley, 11:1:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. W. I. Crav;ford, 11:2;:1; 
G.S.Bunn ic elected president, 11:92:1; 
L.L.G-obbel is elected -^resident, 1?:24:1; 
Issues freshman handbook, 13:1:1; 
Holds rece-r^tlon for ne"? nen, 13:3; :1; 
Dean W.H. Wanamalcer sneaks, 13:4:1; 
To hold celebration honoring Luther, 13:6:3; 
le addressed by Dr. A.M. Yates on "prevailing ^rayer" ,13:14 :$ 
A.J.Hobbs is elected ^resident, 13:S5:1; 
Excellent voik done, 15:1:1; 
RecejDtion banauet given, 15:3:1; 
To hnve Joint neetinp, 15:7:1; 
Is addressed by Dean H.H.'Vananakor, 15:9:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. W.T.Laprade, If:-: 10:1; 
Heard rer-ort of Blue Ridge deleg'tec, 15:11:1; 
la addressed by Prof. Jaraes Cannon, 15:13:1; 
R.A.Parhan is elected president, 15:92:4; 
Leory Dulin is elected president, 16:22:1; 
Hears H.L.Bloomquist, 16:23:3; 
Sponsors Ii'^isslonary drive, 16:26:1; 
Is addressed by Chas ' , Baf;ley, 17:2:1; 
Is addressed by Dr. J.E.Telch, 17:7:1; 
Is addiessed by I^r. George Er^'in, 17::); 4; 
Is addressed by Prof. R.L. Flov/ers, 17:10:1; 
Si-.ring lectures, 17:18:1; 

Instals B.B.Harrison as rreeid^^nt, 17:27:1; 
Ir^ addressed by Prof. H.E.Spence, 18:9:3; 
Is addressed by Dr. Albert A-ideison on "Iledicine ns a 

Profession", 18:21:1; 
Gives freshmen reception, 19:3:3; 
Is addressed by Di'. Laprade , 19:444; 
Is ad'ire.'^sed by Prof. R.L. Flowers, 19:5:2; 
Is address e"*- by Dr. Swann, 19:9:1; 
John Weatbrook elected presi<.''ent , 20:24:1; 
Walter A. Bigf-s elected -•resident 21:28:1; 
Ray Carpenter elected '^resident, 23:26:1; 
Sponsors movies at Duke, 24:12:1; 
Ray Carpenter to advise women on "Choosing Life Partner," 

24:12:4; 
Presents program for co-eds, 24:19:4; 
Listen, elected ^resident, 24:"'3:1; 
Dr. H.M. Le Sound on committee, 25:19:1; 
Emmett K. McLarty president, 25:26:1; 
Sponsors series of concerts, 27:6:1; 
Presented Mrs. A.T.Rabe, soprano, in concert, 27:3:1; 



y.M.C.A. - Sponsor concert by Molitores, Wr. & Mrs., 27:21:1; 
Student vreek features Dr. FranV Kin^^dorn, 27:24:1; 
W. Farthing elected president, picture, 27:25:1; 
Active durinfr Orien' ation of freshmen, 28:1:1; 
G-ives program of activities for year, 23:3; :4; 
State cabinefis meet p'c DuV.e, 28:14:1; 
Spence, Curtis elected president, 28:26:1; 
Does much for freshmen during;; orienta. ion week, 29:1:7; 
Francis S. Harmon s-pealcs on "World Problem". '^■?:.T:1; 
Candidates for presidency, 29:25:1; 
Elects Pardue Bunch president , 29:26:1; 

Yong, Dr. Y. C, prexy of Soo Chow University - Sr^eaks here, 
25:15:1; 

Young, Miss Betty - Duke Plpyer, ricture, 28:29:1; 

Young, W.". - To sveak to law ptudents, 28:7:4. 

Younger, Coach Monk - Davidson coach, ricture, 22:10:6. 

Y.W.C.A. - Gives benefit carnival, 13:5:1; 

Convention to convene at Trinity, 13:25:3; 

Convention threat success, 13:25:3; 

To have Joint meetint^, 15:7:1; 

Elects Florence Harriss president, 17:22:1; 

N.C. Collegiate Conference of Y.W.CA. meets at '^rinity, 

18 : 25 : 1 ; 
Gives freshman recei^tion, 19::' :Z; 
JesPie Hauser elected ^-resident, 19:19:1; 
Annual Jubilee to be held, 24:17:1; 
Kellah Miller chosen ^resident, 24:22:1; 
Elects Miss Eli?'^beth McFayden rrenident, 25:23:1; 
Social service work dlscusced, 29:8:1; 
Dr. Ronald Lerblyn s^e^iks, 29:10:3; 
Rosanelle Cash elected president of conference, 29:28:3. 

Zachary, Harry C. - Sturipn'- dies 27:16:1; 

Zener, K.E. - Added to faculty^ 25:3:1. 

Z.T.A. - Has convention here (sorority), 25:21:1. 

Zur>pke, Bob - Illinois coach recommends Voyles, Carl assistant 
athletic director here, 27:15:4. 



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