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MARYVILLE COLLEGE 
BULLETIN 



MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 



1943 



ANNUAL CATALOG ISSUE 



This is a War Year Abridged Edition 

For further details see Catalog of 1942 

Available upon request 



One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Year 
1943-1944 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 

FOUNDED 1819 



Maryville College is officially accredited by the national, 
regional, and state accrediting bodies. It is included in the 
approved list of the Association of American Universities; 
is a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools, the official accrediting body for the 
South; is an associate liberal arts college member of the 
National Association of Schools of Music; is approved by 
the American Medical Association, the State of Tennessee 
Department of Education, and the other principal educa- 
tional associations and institutions. 

Maryrille College is also an institutional member of the 
American Council on Education, the Association of Ameri- 
can Colleges, the American Association of University 
Women, the National Conference of Church-Related Colleges, 
the Presbyterian College Union, the Pan-Presbyterian Col- 
lege Union, the Tennessee College Association, and other 
important groups. Its place in the fully approved list of 
the American Association of University Women means that 
Maryville College alumnae are eligible for membership in 
the local chapters of the Association throughout the country. 

Maryville College is Christian, although not sectarian, in 
its purposes, program, and teaching. Throughout its his- 
tory it has been connected organically with the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A., and its Directors are elected by the 
Synod of Mid-South. 



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MARYVILLE COLLEGE 
BULLETIN 

ANNUAL CATALOG ISSUE 

Vol. XLII May, 1943 No. 1 

Announcements for the 

One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Year 

1943-1944 

Register for 1942-1943 



This is a War Year Abridged Edition 

For further details see the Catalog of 1942 

Available upon request 



The College reserves the right to make necessary 
changes without further notice. 



MARYVILLE College 

Maryville, Tennessee 



Published quarterly by Maryville College. Entered May 24, 1904, at Maryville, Ten- 
nessee, as second-class mail matter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage 
provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, authorized February 10, 1919. 



THE COLLEGE CALENDAR FOR 1943-1944 



SUMMER SESSION 
1943 

June 1, Tuesday — Summer session begins. 

July 10, Saturday — First term of summer session ends. 

July 12, Monday — Second term of summer session begins. 

Aug. 20, Friday — Second term of summer session ends. 

FALL SEMESTER 

Aug. 31-Sept. 6, Opening program : 

Aug. 31, Tuesday, 1:30 p. m. — New students report. 

Sept. 1, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m. — Semester opens; registration 

of new students ; payment of bills by old or new stu- 
dents who have registered. 

Sept. 2, Thursday, 8:00 a. m. — Opening chapel service; regis- 

tration. 

Sept. 3, Friday, 8:00 a. m. — Annual Convocation; first meeting 

of classes. 

Sept. 4, Saturday, 8:00 p. m.— Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. re- 

ceptions. 

Sept. 6, Monday, 8:00 p. m. — Faculty reception. 

Oct. 30, Saturday — Founders' and Homecoming Day. 

Nov. 16, Tuesday, 9:00 a. m. — Fall Meeting of the Directors. 

Nov. 25, Thursday — Thanksgiving Day. 

Dec. 11-16, Semester examinations. 

Dec. 12, Sunday, 3:00 p.m.— "The Messiah." 

Dec. 16, Thursday, noon — Fall semester ends; Christmas holi- 

days begin. 

SPRING SEMESTER 

1944 

Jan. 12, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m. — Chapel; Christmas holidays 

end; spring semester begins. 
Feb. 2-10, February Meetings. 

Apr. 9, Sunday — Easter. 

Apr. 12-13, Comprehensive Examinations for Seniors, and Na- 

tional Cooperative Tests for Sophomores. 
May 1, Monday — May Day Festival. 

May 8-13, Semester examinations. 

May 13-15, Commencement program: 

May 13, Saturday, Alumni Day: 

3:00-5:00 p. m. — Reception at President's House. 
Alumni meetings as announced. 
May 14, Sunday, 10:30 a. m. — Baccalaureate service. 
May 14, Sunday, 4:00 p. m. — Senior music hour. 
May 14, Sunday, 7:00 p. m. — Commencement vespers. 
May 15, Monday, 8:30 a. m. — Spring Meeting of the Directors. 
May 15, Monday, 10:00 a.m. — Graduation exercises, 125th year. 



THE DIRECTORS 



CLASS OF 1943 

*JoHN McKnitt Alexander, D.D Maryville 

Theron Alexander, D.D Humboldt 

Hon. John Calvin Crawford, LL.D Maryville 

Charles D. Erdman, D.D., LL.D Princeton, N. J. 

Hon. Joe Caldwell Gamble, B.A., LL.B Maryville 

Frederick H. Hope, LL.D Elat, Cameroun, West Africa 

Ralph Waldo Lloyd, D.D., LL.D Maryville 

Thomas Judson Miles, D.D Maryville 

Fred Lowry Proffitt, B.A., Recorder and Treasurer Maryville 

John Vant Stephens, Jr., D.D Alliance, Ohio 

Roy Ewing Vale, D.D., LL.D Indianapolis, Ind. 

John Henry Webb, Esq Maryville 

CLASS OF 1944 

Clifford Edward Barbour, Ph.D., D.D Knoxville 

Joseph McClellan Broady, D.D., Vice-Chairman....Birmingha.m, Ala. 
Elmer Everett Gabbard, D.D Buckhorn, Ky. 

fRoBERT Isaacs Gamon, D.D Knoxville 

Robert J. Maclellan, Esq Chattanooga 

Thomas McCroskey, Esq Knoxville 

William Edwin Minnis, B.A New Market 

Judge Arthur Evan Mitchell, B.A., J.D . Knoxville 

Clyde Terelius Murray, Esq Maryville 

John Grant Newman, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D „ Philadelphia, Pa. 

Samuel Tyndale Wilson, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D Maryville 

CLASS OF 1945 

Milton Wilbert Brown, M.A., M.S., D.D Cincinnati, Ohio 

Lauren Edgar Brubaker, D.D St. Augustine, Fla. 

Rev. John Baxter Creswell, B.A Bearden 

Frank Moore Cross, D.D Birmingham, Ala. 

John Samuel Eakin, D.D Knoxville 

Clemmie Jane Henry Maryville 

Judge Samuel O'Grady Houston, LL.D., Chairman Knoxville 

Rev. James Lewers Hyde, M.A Walnut, N. C. 

Nellie Pearl McCampbell, B.A Knoxville 

William Barrow Pugh, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

§J. Willison Smith, LL.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

Robert M. Stimson, D.D Chattanooga 

NEW DIRECTORS ELECTED IN 1943 

Charles Edgar Cathey, B.A., B.D Nashville 

Stuart Nye Hutchison, D.D., LL.D Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ernest Koella, Esq Marjrville 

RoscoE Dale LeCount, D.D Birmingham, Ala. 



♦Died October 13, 1942 
•{•Died January 6, 1943 
§Died March 10, 1942 



COMMITTEES, 1942-1943 



Committees of the Directors: 

Administration: PREsroENT Ralph Waldo Lloyd, Chairman; 
John Samuel Eakin, D.D., Secretary; and Clifford Edward 
Barbour, D.D., Hon. Joe Caldwell Gamble, Judge Samuel 
O'Grady Houston, and Judge Arthur Evan Mitchell. 

Finance: Judge Arthur Evan Mitchell, Chairman; Hon. John 
Calvin Crawtord, Secretary; and Thomas McCroskey, Esq., 
Clyde Terelius Murray, Esq., Treasurer Fred Lowry Prop- 
fitt, and President Ralph Waldo Lloyd, ex-officio. 

Committee on Christian Education, Synod of Mid-South: 

Frank Moore Cross, D.D., Chairman. 

Committees of the Faculty: 

Artists' Series : Howell, Davies, Jackson, Vine. 

Athletics: McClelland, Black, Honaker, Howell, Proffitt. 

Curriculum and Catalog: President, Deans of Curriculum and 
Students. 

Discipline: E. W. Davis, Howell, E. R. Hunter, V. M. Queener. 

Entrance and Advanced Standing: Dean of Students, President, 
Dean of Curriculum, Secretary of the Faculty. 

Faculty Club: Orr, Barker, Case, Cowdrick, Meiselwitz, Wil- 
liams. 

Forensics : V. M. Queener, Briggs, Johnson, Pieper. 

General: President; Deans of Curriculum and Students; 
Directors of Maintenance and Student-Help; Secretary of 
THE Faculty; Supervisors of Men's and Women's Residence; 
Treasurer. 

Honors Work: E. R. Hunter, Case, E. W. Davis, Howell, Mc- 
Clelland, Orr. 

Library: Ellis, Barker, Green, E. R. Hunter, Proffitt, V. M. 
Queener, Sisk. 

Recommendations and Placement: Smith, Griffitts, Henry, Mc- 
Clelland. 

Scheduling of Activities: Deans of Curriculum and Students, 
Supervisors of Men's and Women's Residence, Chairman of 
Division of Fine Arts, Director of Athletics. 

Student Business Management: Henry, Black, Case, Gates, Grif- 
fitts, Walker, Williams. 

Student-Help: Director of Student-Help, Dean of Students, 
Treasurer, Orr, V. M. Queener, Snyder. 

Student Programs: Dollenmayer, Armstrong, Collins, Snyder, 
West. 

Student Publications: Griffitts, Bassett, Case, Shine. 

Special and Joint Committees — As appointed: such as the Social 
Committee and the Committee on Permissions as to Room and 
Board. 

The By-Laws make the President ex-officio a member of all 
faculty committees. 



OFFICERS AND FACULTY, 1942-1943 

(Arranged by Groups in Alphabetical Order) 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

RALPH WALDO LLOYD, B.A., B.D., D.D., LL.D., 
President. 

On the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oscar Miller Memorial Foutidation. 
(At Maryville College since 1930.) 

SAMUEL TYNDALE WILSON, B.A., M.A., D.D., LL.D., LiTT.D., 

President EmerittLS. 

(At Maryville College 1884-1930; Emeritus since 1930.) 

LOUIS ALEXANDER BLACK, 
Director of Maintenance. 

(At Maryville College since 1931.) 

CLEMMIE JANE HENRY, 

Director of Student-Help and Administrative Secretary. 
(At Maryville College since 1918.) 

EDWIN RAY HUNTER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Dean of Curriculum. 

(At Maryville College since 1918.) 
*FRANK DeLOSS McCLELLAND, B.A., M.S.,' LL.D., 
Dean of Students. 

(At Maryville College since 1937.) 
FRED LOWRY PROFFITT, B.A., 
Treasurer. 

(At Maryville College since 1908.) 



FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION 

RALPH WALDO LLOYD, B.A., B.D., D.D., LL.D., 

President. 

On the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oscar Miller Memorial Foundation. 
(B.A., Maryville College; B. D., Presbyterian [McCormick] The- 
ological Seminary, Chicago, 1924; Honorary D.D., Maryville 
College, 1929; Honorary LL.D., Centre College, 1940. At Mary- 
ville College since 1930.) 

SAMUEL TYNDALE WILSON, B.A., M.A., D.D., LL.D., Litt.D., 

President Emeritus. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., ibid., 1885; Graduate of Lane 
Theological Seminary, 1882 ; Honorary D.D., 1894, and Honorary 
Litt.D., 1931, Maryville College; Honorary LL.D., College of 
Wooster, 1918. At Maryville College: Professor 1884-1901; 
President 1901-1930; Emeritus since 1930.) 



*On leave of absence, in the Armed Forces, since March 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



DAVID H. BRIGGS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Professor of Psychology and Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., 1924, and Ph.D., 1930, Univer- 
sity of North Carolina; University of Chicago, 1926-1927. At 
Maryville College since 1936.) 

KATHARINE CURRIE DAVIES, B.A., B.Mus., Mus.M., 

Professor of Music and Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts. 
(B.A., College of Wooster; The Biblical Seminary of New York; 
Graduate of the American Conservatory of Music, 1924 ; B.Mus., 
Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1928; Student of Isidor Philipp, 
Paris, France, 1928-1929; Presser Foundation Scholarship, Fon- 
tainebleau, France, 1929; Mus.M., Eastman School of Music, 
1938. At Maryville College since 1936.) 

EDMUND WAYNE DAVIS, B.A., M.A., LiTT.D., 

Professor of Greek and Latin, and Secretary of the Faculty. 

(B.A., Missouri Valley College; M.A., Harvard University, 1907; 
Honorary Litt.D., Maryville College, 1937. At Maryville College 
1915-1919, and since 1920.) 

SUSAN ALLEN GREEN, B.A., M.A., L.H.D., 

Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Division of Science. 

(B.A., Smith College; M.A., University of Chicago, 1906; Hon- 
orary L.H.D., Maryville College, 1930. At Maryville College 
since 1906.) 

LOMBE SCOTT HONAKER, B.A., 
Professor of Physical Education, 

Chairman of the Division of Physical Education, Hygiene, and 
Athletics, and Director of Athletics. 
(B.A., Roanoke College. At Maryville College since 1921.) 

GEORGE DEWEY HOWELL, B.A., M.S., 
Professor of Chemistry. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.S., Vanderbilt University, 1925. At 
Maryville College since 1922.) 

EDWIN RAY HUNTER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of English, Chairmun of the Division of Languages and 
Literature, and Dean of Curriculum. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., 1917, and Ph.D., 1925, Univer- 
sity of Chicago. At Maryville College since 1918.) 

♦FRANK DeLOSS McCLELLAND, B.A., M.S., LL.D., 
Dean of Students. 

(B.A., Grove City College; Pennsylvania State College, 1922, 
1923; M.S., 1929, and Honorary LL.D., 1936, Grove City College. 
At Maryville College since 1937.) 

♦On leave of absence, in the Armed Forces, since March 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



HORACE EUGENE ORR, B.A., M.A., D.D., 

Professor of Religion and Philosophy, and Chairman of the Division 
of Bible, Philosophy, and Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College; Graduate of Lane Theological Sem- 
inary, 1915; M.A., University of Tennessee, 1924; Northwestern 
University, 1927, 1928; Honorary D.D., Maryville College, 1926. 
At Maryville College since 1920.) 

*VERTON MADISON QUEENER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of History and Chairman of the Division of Social 
Sciences. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Tennessee, 1930; 
Ph.D., Indiana University, 1940. At Maryville College since 
1927.) 

AUGUSTUS SISK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Professor of Mathematics and Physics. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Kentucky, 1923; 
Ph.D., Cornell University, 1932. At Maryville College since 
1938.) 

LINCOLN BARKER, B.A., M.A., 

Associate Professor of Psychology and Education. 

(B.A., Westminster College [Missouri]; M.A., ibid., 1922. At 
Maryville College since 1941.) 

RALPH THOMAS CASE, B.A., B.D., Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of Sociology. 

(B.A., Parsons College; B.D., Presbyterian [McCormick] Theo- 
logical Seminary, Chicago, 1919; Ph.D., University of Iowa, 
1929. At Maryville College since 1939.) 

RALPH STOKES COLLINS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of German and French. 

(B.A., University of North Carolina; M.A., ibid., 1931; Univer- 
sity of Munich, Germany, 1932-1933; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1938. At Maryville College since 1935.) 

RAYMOND JOHN DOLLENMAYER, LL.B., B.A., B.D., 

Associate Professor of Bible and Religious Education. 

(LL.B., Cincinnati YMCA Law School; B.A., Maryville College; 
B.D., Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1934. At 
Maryville College since 1937.) 

JOHN ALEXANDER GATES, B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D., 
Associate Professor of Bible and Religious Education. 

(B.A., Parsons College; B.D., Presbyterian [McCormick] Theo- 
logical Seminary, Chicago, 1924 ; M.A., Northwestern University, 
1928; Ph.D„ Yale University, 1938. At Maryville College since 
1940.) 

♦Granted leave of absence for Government service. May 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



FRED ALBERT GRIFFITTS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., 
*A880ciate Professor of Chemistry. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.S., Iowa State College, 1930; Ph.D., 
Indiana University, 1936. At Marjrville College since 1925.) 

GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MEISELWITZ, B.S., M.S., 
Associate Professor of Home Economics. 

(B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., ibid., 1935. At Maryville 
College since 1928.) 

HILL SHINE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Associate Professor of English. 

(B.A., University of North Carolina; M.A., 1925, and Ph.D., 
1932, ibid. At Maryville College since 1932.) 

EDGAR ROY WALKER, B.A., M.A., 

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics, 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Tennessee, 1930. 
At Maryville College since 1909.) 

NITA ECKLES WEST, B.A., B.O., 
Associate Professor of Dramatic Art. 

(B.A., Murphy College; B.C., Grant University. At Maryville 
College, with exception of five years, since 1899.) 

LYLE LYNDON WILLIAMS, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., 
Associate Professor of Biology. 

(B.S., Guilford College; M.A., [Education], 1927, M.A. [Zool- 
ogy], 1931, and Ph.D., 1939, University of North Carolina. At 
Maryville College since 1936.) 

MARY RACHEL ARMSTRONG, B.S., M.S., 
Assistant Professor of Hom,e Economics. 

(B.S., University of Tennessee; M.S., ibid., 1933. At Maryville 
College since 1934.) 

ALMIRA CAROLINE BASSETT, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of Latin. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Michigan, 1921. 
At Maryville College since 1926.) 

BONNIE HUDSON BROWN, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of Biology. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Tennessee, 1930. 
At Maryville College since 1929.) 

RUTH ELIZABETH COWDRICK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor of French. 

(B.A., Barnard College; M.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1930; 
University of Paris, France, 1932-1933; Ph.D., Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1939. At Maryville College since 1939.) 

♦Appointed Professor, May 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



*JOHN ARTHUR DAVIS, B.A., M.A., 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Columbia University, 1939. At 
Maryville College since 1940.) 

JESSIE SLOANE HERON, Ph.B., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of English. 

(Ph.B., College of Wooster; M.A., Columbia University, 1924. 
At Marjrville College since 1919.) 

DOROTHY DUERSON HORNE, B.Mus., Mus.M., 
Assistant Professor of Music. 

B.Mus. [Violin], Bethany College, Kansas; B.Mus., [Piano], 
Mississippi Woman's College, 1936; Mus.M. [Violin], American 
Conservatory of Music, 1936; Mus.M. [Theory], Eastman School 
of Music, 1942. At Maryville College since 1936.) 

ELIZABETH HOPE JACKSON, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of English. 

(B.A., Smith College. Editorial Staff, Webster's New Interna- 
tional Dictionary, 1930-1935; M.A., University of Michigan, 1940. 
At Marjrville College since 1935.) 

ALMIRA ELIZABETH JEWELL, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of History. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., University of Virginia, 1930. 
At Maryville College since 1911.) 

JESSIE KATHERINE JOHNSON, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of English. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Columbia University, 1930. 
At Maryville College since 1932.) 

JOHN HERBERT KIGER, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of History. 

(B.A., Maryville College; Lane Theological Seminary, 1919-1921; 
M.A., University of Cincinnati, 1920; M.A., Ohio State Univer- 
sity, 1924. At Maryville College since 1924.) 

♦♦ARCHIBALD FRANKLIN PIEPER, B.A., LL.B., 

Assistant Professor of Political Science. 

(B.A., Maryville College; LL.B., University of Texas, 1939. At 
Maryville College since 1939.) 

JOHN HIBBARD STELLWAGEN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor of Spanish. 

(B.A., University of Minnesota; M.A., Harvard University, 
1934; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1941. At Maryville College 
since 1941.) 

♦On leave of absence, in the Armed Forces, second semester. 
**Entered the Armed Forces, January 1943. 



10 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



RICHARD WHITNEY VINE, B.Mus., Mus.M., 
Assistant Professor of Music. 

(B.Mus., St. Olaf College; Mus.M., MacPhail School of Music, 
1938. At Maryville College since 1942.) 

MARGARET CATHERINE WILKINSON, B.A., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of French. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Columbia University, 1925; La 
Sorbonne, Paris, France, 1930. At Maryville College since 1919.) 

KENNETH ROBERTS BARRICK, B.F.A., M.A., 
Instructor in Art. 

(B.F.A., University of Illinois; M.A., University of Iowa, 1940. 
At Maryville College since 1942.) 

CORA LOUISE CARSON, B.A., M.S., 

^Instructor in Chemistry and Mathematics. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.S., University of Tennessee, 3934. 
At Maryville College since 1939.) 

BEN WESTLEY CHAMBERS, B.A., 
Instmictor in Physics. 

(B.A., Maryville College. At Maryville College since 1943.) 

GENEVIEVE LACY COWEN, B.Mus., 

Instructor in Music. 

(B.Mus., Drury College. At Maryville College since 1940.) 

MARGARET McCLURE CUMMINGS, B.A., M.R.E., 

Instructor in Bible and Religious Education. 

(B.A., Westminster College [Pennsylvania]; M.R.E., Biblical 
Seminary in New York, 1938. At Maryville College since 1940.) 

ETHEL DAVIS, Mus.B., A.A.G.O., 

Instructor in Music. 

(Mus.B., Missouri Valley College; Kroeger School of Music, 
St. Louis; New England Conservatory of Music; Associate of 
the American Guild of Organists, 1916; Cincinnati Conservatory 
of Music, 1922; Student of Sue Goff Bush, Kansas City, 1928.) 

ZELMA B. K. DRINNEN, B.A., M.S., 

Instructor in Psychology and Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.S., University of Tennessee, 1940. 
At Maryville College since 1942.) 

ANNARINE ATKINS HAMILTON, B.A., 
Instructor in Dramatic Art. 

(B.A., Maryville College; Certificate, Rice School of the Spoken 
Word [Massachusetts], 1924.) 

JAMES WARD KING, B.A., 

Instructor in Economics. 
(B.A., Maryville College.) 

•Appointed Aaaistant Professor, May 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 11 



RUBY VIOLET LANE, B.S., M.S., 
Instructor in Home Economics. 

(B.S., Maryville College; M.S., University of Tennessee, 1941. 
At Maryville College since 1941.) 

EULIE ERSKINE McCURRY, B.A., M.S., 

Instructor in Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.S., University of Tennessee, 1987. 
At Maryville College as teacher since 1938, and as officer since 
1920.) 

CATHARINE POND MINEAR, B.A., 

Instructor in Physical Education. 

(B.A., Maryville College.) 

EVELYN NORTON QUEENER, 

*Instructor in Physical Education for Women. 

(Graduate of Savage School of Physical Education [New York]. 
At Maryville College since 1925.) 



OTHER OFFICERS 

ERNEST CHALMERS BROWN, 
Engineer. 

(At Maryville College since 1910.) 

PEARL WELLS BUTCHER, 

Assistant to the Head of Pearsons Hall and Assistant in the Main- 
tenance Department. 
(At Maryville College since 1926.) 

MARY ELLEN CALDWELL, B.A., 
Dean of Women Emeritus. 

(B.A., Maryville College. At Maryville College 1892-1897 and 
1904-1936. Retired 1936.) 

IRMA HOLLY CRISWELL, B.A., 

Assistant in the Personnel Office. 

(B.A., Maryville College. At Maryville College 1943.) 

RAYMOND JOHN DOLLENMAYER, LL.B., B.A., B.D., 

Assistant Manager of the Book Store. 

**HORACE LEE ELLIS, B.A., M.A., 
Librarian. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., ibid., 1910; Columbia University, 
1927. At Maryville College: Preparatory Department, Teacher 
1898-1900, Principal 1914-1924; College Librarian since 1924.) 



•Appointed Assistant Professor, May 1943. 
'•Appointed Librarian Emeritas, May 1943. 



12 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



STELLA M. EVANS, 

Assistant to the Head of Baldwin Hall. 
(At Maryville College since 1938.) 

JESSIE H. FRANKLIN, 

Assistant to the Head of McLain Memorial Hall. 
(At Maryville College since 1941.) 

MARTHA RUTH GRIERSON, B.A., B.A.L.S., 

* Assistant Librarian. 

(B.A., Alma College; B.A.L.S., University of Michigan, 1934. 
At Maryville College since 1940.) 

ELIZABETH BENEDICT HALL, 

Matron of Ralph Max Lamar Memorial Hospital. 
(At Maryville College since 1926.) 

THELMA HALL, R.N., 

Nurse, Ralph Max La/>nar Memorial Hospital. 

MARY MATTHEWS HALLOCK, B.A., M.A., 
Head of Baldwin Hall. 

(B.A., University of Kansas; M.A., Columbia University, 1927. 
At Maryville College since 1936.) 

lOLA GAUSS HARWOOD, B.A., M.A., 

Assistant to the Head of Baldwin Hall. 

(B.A., University of Kansas; M.A., Columbia University, 1928. 
At Maryville College since 1937.) 

NANCY BOULDEN HUNTER, B.A., 
Secretary to the President. 

(B.A., Cornell University. At Maryville College since 1936.) 

ROBERT THOMAS HUTSELL, 

Assistant in the Maintenance Department. 
(At Maryville College since 1934.) 

JAMES IRA IRWIN, 
Farmer. 

(At Maryville College since 1918.) 

RALPH WALLACE IRWIN, 

Night Watchman. 

(At Maryville College since 1917.) 

VIOLA MAE LIGHTFOOT, B.A., 

'■^* Assistant in the Personnel Office. 

(B.A., MaryAalle College. At Maryville College since 1934.) 



♦Appointed Librarian, May 1943. 
•♦Appointed Assistant to the Dean of Students, May 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 13 



FRANK DeLOSS McCLELLAND, B.A., M.S., LL.D., 
Manager of the Book Store. 

JESSIE ELEANOR McCORKLE, 
Assistant in the Treasurer's Office. 
(At Maryville College since 1929.) 

CALLIE COX McCURRY, 

Assistant in the Treasurer's Office. 
(At Maryville College since 1929.) 

EULIE ERSKINE McCURRY, B.A., M.S., 

Supervisor of Men's Residence and Proctor of Carnegie Hall. 

(B.A., Maryvile College; M.S., University of Tennessee, 1937. 
At Maryville College since 1920.) 

KATHRYN ROMIG McMURRAY, B.S., 
Manager of the College Maid Shop. 

(B.S., Lincoln College. At Maryville College since 1920.) 

HARRIET MOORE MILLER, B.A., 
Assistant in the Student-Help Office. 

(B.A,, Marjndlle College. At Maryville College since 1941.) 

MARVIN DOWNER MINEAR, B.A., 
Assistant in the Treasurer's Office. 

(B.A., Maryville College. At Maryville College since 1942.) 

JOHN WALTER MORTON, 

Assistant in the Maintetiance Department. 
(At Maryville College since 1932.) 

FLOICE McFARLAND SMITH, 

Assistant in the Alumni Association Office. 

(At Maryville College 1933-1935, and since 1941.) 

JAMES RHODES SMITH, B.A., B.D., 

Public Relations Secretary, and Executive Secretary of the Alumni 
Association. 

(B.A., Maryville College; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary, 
1938. At Maryville College since 1940.) 

GRACE POPE SNYDER, B.A., M.A., 

Supervisor of Wovien's Residence and Head of Pearsons Hall. 

(B.A., University of Illinois; M.A., ibid., 1936. At Maryville 
College since 1936.) 

WILLIAM PATTON STEVENSON, B.A., B.D., D.D., LL.D., 
College Pastor Emeritus. 

(B.A., Westminster College [Pennsylvania]; B.D., Western 
Theological Seminary [Pittsburgh], 1885; Honorary D.D., Syra- 
cuse University, 1902; Honorary LL.D., Maryville College, 1922. 
At Maryville College: College Pastor, 1917-1941; Emeritus 
since 1941.) 



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MARGARET SUZANNA WARE, 

Dietitian and Manager of the Dining Hall. 

(Graduate of Asheville Normal School; New York University, 
1930. At Maryville College since 1934.) 

ALICE WINE, M.E., M.D.S., 

Head of McLain Memorial Hall. 

(At Maryville College since 1937.) 

EMMA LEE WORLEY, 

Assistant to the Manager of the Dining Hall. 
(At Maryville College since 1921.) 

NATHALIA WRIGHT, B.A., M.A., 
* Assistant in the Library. 

(B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Yale University, 1938. At 
Maryville College since 1940.) 

CELIA ROUGH WRINKLE, 
Assistant to the Treasurer. 

(At Maryville College since 1915.) 



"Appointed Assistant Librarian, May 1943. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 15 



VISITING SPEAKERS 

At Services in the Chapel and at the Faculty Club 
April 1, 1942, to May 17, 1943 

REV. DR. JOSEPH M. BROADY, 
Birmingham, Alabama. 

PRESIDENT J. Mcdowell RICHARDS, 

Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. 

HON. B. O. pUGGAN, 

Commissioner, Tennessee State Department of Education 

REV. DR. MARSHALL C. DENDY, 

Pastor of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

REV. EARLE W. CRAWFORD, 

Pastor of the Kirkwood Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

REV. DR. WILLIAM H. CROTHERS, 

Maryville, Tennessee. 

CHAPLAIN FRANK LEWIS MILLER, 
Colonel, Chaplains Corps, U. S. Army. 

REV. DR. ROY EWING VALE, 

Pastor of the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

REV. STANTON LAUTENSCHLAGER, 
Presbyterian Missionary, China. 

REV. LAWRENCE E. SCHWARZ, 

Pastor of the IVestminster Presbyterian Church, Topeka, Kansas. 

REV. DR. ROBERT J. BLACK, 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Field Director, Presbyterian Board of Christian 
Education. 

REV. DR. JOHN A. McAFEE, 

Pastor of the New Providence Presbyterian Church, Maryville, Tennessee. 

REV. DR. CLIFFORD E. BARBOUR, 

Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

REV. RICHAJID W. POST, 

Presbyterian Missionary, Thailand, 

DR. SIGMUND SKARD, 

Writer and former Librarian of the Royal Academy, Trondheim, Norway. 

REV. DR. JOSEPH A. VANCE, 

Pastor Emeritus of the First Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan. 

DR. WALTER K. CLOTHIER. 

Presbyterian Missionary, West Africa. 

PRESIDENT FRANK H. CALDWELL, 

Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. 

MAJOR GENERAL HUGH MATTHEWS, 

U. S. Marine Corps, Retired; Loudon, Tennessee. 

REV. C. McCOY FRANKLIN, 

Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Madisonville, Tennessee. 

REV. THORNTON B. PENFIELD, JR., 

Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Yonkers, New York. 

DR. WILLIAM E. COLE, 

Professor of Sociology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

REV. DR. WILLIAM M. ELLIOTT, JR., (Leader of the February Meetings), 
Pastor of the Druid Hills Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Georgia. 

REV. DR. SIDNEY E. STRINGHAM, (Song Leader of the February Meetings), 
Pastor of the Shaw Avenue Methodist Church, St. Louis, Missouri. 

MR. CLYDE B. EMERT, 

Editor and Publisher of the Maryville Times, Maryville, Tennessee. 

REV. A. R. BATCHELOR. 

Orlando, Florida; Director of Religious Education, Synod of Florida. 



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REV. DR. GEORGE E. DAVIES, 

Maryville, Tennessee. 

MR. BAEN CHU, 

Y. M. C. A. and Student Christian Movement, China. 

HON. PRENTICE COOPER, 

Governor of the State of Tennessee. 

REV. DR. JOHN O. GROSS, 

Nashville, Tennessee; Secretary, Board of Education of the Methodist Church, 

REV. DR. COURTLAND VAN DEUSEN, 
Presbyterian Missionary, China. 

PRESIDENT JOHN McSWEEN, 

Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee. 

REV. DR. W. T. BARTLETT, 

Maryville, Tennessee. 

REV. DR. ROBERT F. CAVERLEE, 

Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Fredericksburg, Virginia. 

REV. CHARLES EDGAR CATHEY, 

Nashville, Tennessee; Field Director, Presbyterian Board of Christi-an Education. 

REV. DR. BARNEY N. MORGAN, 

Presbyterian Missionary, Dominican Republic. 

PRESIDENT EVERETT DERRYBERRY, 

.Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, Cookeville, Tennessee. 

PRESIDENT WILLIAM LLOYD IMES, 
Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

COLONEL JOSEPH BENJAMIN PATE, 
General Staff Corps, U. S. Army. 

REV. DR. LESTER EVERETT BOND, 

Pastor of the First Community Church, Chula Vista, California. 

GUEST ARTISTS 

ROSE DIRMAN, Soprano, and LUCIELLE BROWNING, Contralto 

JOHN GURNEY, Bass-Baritone 

THE FARBMAN STRING SYMPHONY 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 17 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Maryville College, which was established in 1819 by the Synod of 
Tennessee of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. to which it is 
still related, is a four-year, liberal arts, coeducational institution of 
higher learning, offering in course the degrees of Bachelor of Arts 
and Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. Its average annual en- 
rolment during the past decade was 816, one half its students coming 
from the States touched by the Southern Appalachian Mountains but 
all together representing 45 States and foreign countries; in religious 
affiliation 99% were Protestants and 51% Presbyterians. 

PURPOSE 

The dominant purpose of the institution is to provide a college edu- 
cation of high academic quality, under conditions which develop Chris- 
tian belief, character, and service ideals, financially within reach of 
young men and young women of small means as well as those of ample 
means. It is the effective combination of high scholarship standards, 
low expenses, and positive Christian emphasis that makes Maryville 
one of America's unique colleges. 

ACADEMIC STANDING 

Maryville College is on the official lists of institutions accredited 
and approved by the principal national, regional, and state educational 
bodies, as reported on the inside of the front cover of this Catalog, 
thus having a rating of the highest available to liberal arts colleges. 

LOCATION AND PLANT 

The College is at Maryville, Tennessee, sixteen miles from Knox- 
ville, near one of the two main Tennessee entrances to the Great Smoky 
Mountains National Park. Maryville, its twin city of Alcoa which is 
the site of large aluminum plants, and their environs have a popula- 
tion of about twenty-five thousand. 

The Maryville College campus of 320 acres, at an elevation of one 
thousand feet, is one of unusual natural beauty. Approximately one 
third of this area constitutes the central campus on which are twenty 
buildings, the athletic fields, tennis courts, and a golf course; one third 
the College Woods; and one third the college dairy farm. 

Buses run between Knoxville and Maryville hourly until ten 
o'clock at night and from Chattanooga and Atlanta through Mary- 
ville at scheduled times. Baggage and freight reach Maryville over 
the Southern and L «& N Railroads but there is no passenger train 
service beyond Knoxville. The American, Delta, and Pennsylvania 
Central Airlines have daily planes to the Knoxville municipal airport 
four miles from the Maryville campus. 

Students' mail should be addressed to "College Station, Maryville, 
Tennessee," with the name of the dormitory and room number. There 
is a branch post office on the campus. 



18 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



CURRICULUM 

Maryville College offers instruction in twenty-five subject-matter 
fields and majors in the following twenty-two fields: Art, The Bible 
and Religion, Biology, Chemistry, Dramatic Art, Economics, Education, 
English, French, German, Greek, History, Home Economics, Latin, 
Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychol- 
ogy, Sociology, and Spanish. Foundation courses are offered for those 
planning to prepare for the professions of Medicine, Engineering, Law, 
the Ministry, and the like. Maryville gives the degrees of Bachelor of 
Arts and Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. 

ROOMS AND BOARD 

All students not residing at home while attending the College are 
required to room in the dormitories and board in the college Dining 
Hall, except by special permission granted only in unusual circum- 
stances. There are no social fraternities or sororities. 

SELF-HELP 

The student-help program at Maryville College is an integral part 
of the institution. Normally three fourths of the students enrolled 
each year participate in it. The assistance provided is in the forms of 
(1) compensation for employment, (2) short term loans, and (3) occa- 
sional grants of money. A bulletin "The Student-Help Program at 
Maryville College," will be sent on request. 

THE RELIGIOUS PROGRAM 

Under Christian Directors and Faculty, Maryville endeavors to in- 
clude within its program not only those factors which produce scholas- 
tic excellence, but also those which have proved effective in developing 
Christian character and loyalty. Among these are: a Christian ap- 
proach in all fields of instruction; required and elective courses in 
Bible, Religious Education, and Christian Thought, for which there is 
a full instructional department; daily chapel and Sunday church ser- 
vices with attendance required; the ministry of a college pastor; the 
annual "February Meetings" during ten days of special spiritual em- 
phasis; the "Maryville College Parish" program; permanent and active 
student Christian associations. To help young people to be intelligent, 
honorable, self-reliant, wholesome, useful. Christian, is Maryville's aim. 

WAR-TIME PROGRAM 

In the nation's total war effort colleges have a vital part and are 
vitally affected. They are the centers of training for both war service 
and post-war service. Mai-yville College early began to adapt its pro- 
gram to render a maximum service to young men and women and to 
the nation in these times. It is one of the vigorous, ongoing institu- 
tions of the war period. Its basic purpose is unchanged. It is main- 
taining at full strength its established schedule of liberal arts courses 
and its historic standards of scholarship, culture, and character. At 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 19 



the same time the schedule has been extended and accelerated. The 
College today offers: 

(1) The Standard Program which anticipates graduation in the 
usual period of four years. This constitutes the largest part of the 
total program of the College. 

(2) The War-Time Accelerated I*rogram by which continuous at- 
tendance throughout the year, except for brief vacations, enables a 
student to complete graduation requirements in a minimum time of 
two years and eight months. It is a war-time program and its con- 
tinuance will depend upon the need for it. 

(3) The Army Air Forces College Training (Preflight) Program 
was inaugurated in March 1943 and is operated by the College under 
contract with the United States Government. The men assigned by 
the Army are in uniform and have separate dormitory and dining hall 
arrangements, separate classes taught by members of the college fac- 
ulty, flight training at the nearby airport, and military training under 
a staff of army officers who maintain a military schedule and discipline. 
The presence of the army program does not reduce the regular college 
offerings and standards, and yet represents a major service by the 
College to the war effort. 

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

These include a wide variety of opportunities for participation in 
athletics, musical organizations, forensics, dramatics, religious groups, 
student publications, literary and social societies, and the other activities 
found at a long established college of Maryville's size and type. Inter- 
collegiate athletics in operation up to this time must now be suspended 
until the war is over, but there is a strong intramural program, open 
to all, and most of the other extra-curricular activities will continue. 

THE LIBRARIES 

The Maryville College Library in Thaw Hall of more than 50,000 
books is open daily and available to all students. The James R. Hills 
Loan Library and the Bookstore rent textbooks to the students for 
about one fifth of their sale price and sell all necessary supplies. 

COLLEGE REGULATIONS 

The booklet entitled "Standards and Requirements" and the dor- 
mitory bulletins contain a list of the regulations concerning scholar- 
ship, attendance, and general activities. Attention is called to the 
following regulations which may not be found at all colleges: 

Students are required to take courses in Bible and to attend daily 
chapel and Sunday services in some church of one of the Christian 
denominations; students not residing at home while attending the 
College are required to room and board on the campus, except by 
special permission granted only in unusual circumstances; use of to- 
bacco on the campus is forbidden; there are no social dances; out-of- 



20 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



town students are not permitted to have automobiles while at the 
College. 

Application for admission to Maryville College includes the pledg- 
ing of loyalty to the College and its standards; those who are out of 
sympathy with the institution's ideals, methods, or rules, or who for 
any reason do not expect to abide by and support them, are requested 
not to enroll. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

The Alumni Association was formed in 1871. It holds its annual 
meeting on the evening before Commencement Day, when a dinner is 
given by the Association. The officers for 1942-1943 are as follows: 
President, John C. Crawford, Jr., '27; Vice-President, Mary Goddard, 
'09; Recording Secretary, Winifred L, Painter, '15; Executive Secre- 
tary, James R. Smith, '35; Executive Committee: Class of 1943: Rachel 
M. Edds, '27, Donnell W. McArthur, '37, Charles F. Webb, '27; Class of 
1944: James P. Badgett, '36, C. Louise Carson, '30, Mrs. Nina Gamble 
Murphy, '35; Class of 1945: Andrew L. Alexander, '34, Mrs. Ruth 
Quinn Greene, *22, Mrs. Bessie Henry Clin, '20. 

During recent years Maryville College Clubs, composed of alumni 
and former students, have been formed in various sections of the 
United States. Other such organizations will be formed in the future. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 21 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



NOTE: Each applicant for admission should send for a copy of the published 
"Standards and Requirements," and should enter the institution only if he is prepared 
to meet the requirements set forth therein. 



ADMISSION TO THE FRESHMAN CLASS 
Application. — Freshmen may enter at the beginning of either se- 
mester (September or January) or the summer session. An applicant 
for admission to the freshman class must make formal application on 
the blank provided by the College for that purpose, copy of which is 
to be found inside of the back cover of this Catalog. In acknowledging 
the application the College will send information as to the further 
steps necessary for actual acceptance as a student. 

Minimum Requirements. — (1) Graduation from an accredited four- 
year high school or other preparatory school, or in exceptional cases 
equivalent preparation shown by examinations; (2) fifteen acceptable 
units, including at least three in English, two in Mathematics, and not 
more than four of the fifteen in vocational subjects; (3) rank in the 
upper two thirds of the graduating class; (4) satisfactory testimonials. 

Required Credentials. — Before a student can be accepted the fol- 
lowing credentials must be received and found satisfactory by the 
College: (1) Application Blank, (2) High School Certificate of Credits, 
(3) Information from Applicant, (4) Information from Parent or Guar- 
dian, (5) Information Sheets from two references. All of these and 
instructions about their use are furnished by the College. 



ADMISSION FROM OTHER COLLEGES 

Students applying for transfer from other recognized colleges must 
present (1) certificate of credit with statement of honorable dismissal, 
(2) a scholarship average of C or above for all college work thus far 
undertaken. Credits and grades are accepted tentatively and are de- 
pendent on the quality of work done at Maryville. Work of D grade 
is not accepted in transfer. Graduates of junior colleges are accepted 
on the basis of a satisfactory record of college work, and ordinarily 
are eligible for classification in the junior class. 



ADMISSION OF SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Applicants over twenty-one years of age who have not completed 
the standard preparation but who are able to demonstrate ability for 
college work, may be admitted to college classes as special students 
under certain conditions. 



22 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 

Minimam Requirements for both degrees of B.A. and of B.S. in 
Home Economics: (1) the completion of at least 122 semester hours 
of academic work with a general grade average of C or above for 
all hours completed; (2) eight semester hours of credit in Physical 
Education; (3) satisfactory performance in a comprehensive exami- 
nation in the senior year; (4) at least two semesters' residence work at 
Maryville College; (5) in case of graduates of junior colleges at least 
sixty semester hours' work at Maryville. 

General Requirements for both degrees: (1) Bible, 10 hours; (2) 
English, 12 hours; (3) Foreign Language, 12 hours; (4) History, 6 
hours; (5) Philosophy, 6 hours; (6) Physical Education, 8 hours; (7) 
Science and Mathematics, 12 to 16 hours. 

Majors. — Near the close of the freshman year each student regis- 
ters his choice of a major subject. The requirements are a specified 
number of hours in the major subject and certain related courses. 
The number of hours differs in different subjects, ranging from eigh- 
teen to thirty hours above the "100" courses. Students transferring 
from other colleges are required to complete at least twelve hours 
of their major subject at Maryville. 

Organization of the Curriculum for purposes of administration is 
on the divisional plan; there are six divisions with the various fields 
of instruction appropriately grouped as follows: (1) Division of Lan- 
guages and Literature; (2) Division of Bible, Philosophy, and Educa- 
tion; (3) Division of Science; (4) Division of Social Sciences; (5) Di- 
vision of Fine Arts; (6) Division of Physical Education, Hygiene, and 
Athletics. 

Pre-Professional Study. — The Maryville College offerings include 
those essential to what is usually termed pre-professional training. 
Maryville College, being on the list of Association of American Uni- 
versities, American Medical Association, and other professional asso- 
ciations, is fully approved as an institution for preparing students for 
graduate and professional training. Maryville has long been a leading 
institution for the training of teachers. 

Supplementary Procedures. — MaryAalle College employs the best 
supplementary educational procedures which have been developed in 
the college field, such as the English Placement, Scholastic Aptitude, 
and Reading tests given new students at entrance; the National Co- 
operative Tests for Sophomores; comprehensive examinations for all 
seniors; remedial reading classes; a carefully planned orientation and 
guidance program for freshmen; vocational interest tests; honors work 
for superior students. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 23 



COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 

The courses offered in 1943-1944 are listed below by number only. 
Descriptions will be found under the corresponding numbers in the 
Catalog for 1942, pages 42-101, except for the nine new courses whose 
titles are given below. The requirements for majors in the various 
specific fields also will be found in the Catalog for 1942, pages 42-101. 



ART 

Given in 1942-1943 : 

101-102, 111, 112, 201-202, 207, 208, 217-218, 221, 222, 305, 306, 

311, 312, 313, 315, 316. 
To be given in 1943-1944: 

207 (Italian Renaissance), 208 (Northern Renaissance), 111, 112. 

THE BIBLE AND RELIGION 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

102, 103, 203, 204, 207, 212, 213, 214, 251, 252, 302, 303, 316, 319, 320, 

351, 352. Philosophy and Christian Thought 217, 218, 307, 308, 311, 

322, 324, 325. 
To be given for first time in 1943-1944: 

Course 320 no longer stipulated for major. 

BIOLOGY 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 212, 302, 310, 311-312, 314. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

319, 320, 322 (Plant Histology). 

CHEMISTRY 

Given in 1942-1943: 

101-102, 111-112, 201, 202, 215-216, 301, 302, 305, 306, 307, 308. 
To be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 111-112, 201, 202, 215-216, 301, 302. 

DRAMATIC ART 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 111, 112, 201-202, 211, 212, 301-302, 304, 308, 309, 311, 

312, 313, 317 (Advanced Studies in Interpretation). 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

310. 



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ECONOMICS 



Given in 1942-1943: 

201, 202, 306, 315, 316, 317. 
To be given in 1943-1944: 

201, 202, 315, 316. 

EDUCATION 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

Secondary: 203, 219, 250 (Principles of Secondary Education), 302, 
304, 308 (Elementary Educational Measurements), 309, 310, 314, 

Elementary: 219, 220, 221-222, 231-232, 241 (old 340), 353, 356. 

Practice Teaching: 309, 310, 356. 
To be given for first time in 1943-1944: 

221-222 (6 hours instead of 4), 231-232 (6 hours instead of 4), 241 

(prerequisite Music 11, 4 hours instead of 3). 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

311, 315. 

ENGLISH 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-106, 103-108, 201, 203, 225, 226, 241, 242, 322, 331, 332, 333, 334, 

336, 337, 339, 340. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

207. 

FRENCH 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201-202, 250, 251, 301, 302, 303, 304. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

305, 308. 

GERMAN 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201-202, 313, 316. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

309, 310, 311, 312, 314. 

GREEK 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201, 202, 301, 304, 307. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

308. 



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HISTORY 



Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201, 202, 209, 210, 213, 215, 216, 308, 313, 314, 333. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

330, 334. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101, 102, 201, 202, 204, 206, 207, 301, 302, 303, 306, 307, 308, 

310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 317, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

309, IM. 



Given in 1942-1943: 
102-102. 



ITAUAN 



LATIN 



Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 
3-4, 11-12, 101, 102, 201, 202. 

MATHEMATICS 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101, 102, 103, 204, 205, 206, 208 (Mathematics of Navigation), 305, 

308, 311, 312. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

301, 302, 303, 304. 

MUSIC 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201-202, 303-304, 313, 315, 319, 322, 325, 326, 327. 

To be given for first time in 1943-1944: 

11 (Fundamentals of Musicianship and Sight Singing). 

Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 
301, 302, 309. 

PHILOSOPHY 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

217, 218, 307, 308, 311, 314, 322, 324, 325. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

315, 319. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Program for men and women, including classes and intramurals. 



26 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



PHYSICS 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

201, 202, 203, 301, 302, 305, 306, 308. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

304. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

201, 304, 315, 316, 322. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

301. 

PORTUGUESE 

To be given for first time in 1943-1944: 

101-102 (Prerequisite, 2 years in each of two languages from among 
Spanish, French, or Latin). 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

201, 219, 250, 303, 304, 306, 313, 314, 315, 317. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

308, 312, 316, 319. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

201, 202, 301, 304, 306, 307, 308, 315, 316. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

305. 

SPANISH 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101-102, 201-202, 309, 310, 311, 312. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

305, 306. 

SPEECH 

Given in 1942-1943 and to be given in 1943-1944: 

101, 102, 207, 208. 
Given in 1942-1943 but not to be given in 1943-1944: 

201. 

ARMY AIR FORCES COLLEGE TRAINING PROGRAM 

The courses provided in this program are planned in general on the 
freshman level, specified by the Army Air Forces, and include classes 
in the following subjects: Civil Air Regulations, English, Geography, 
History, Mathematics, Medical Aid, Physics, and Physical Training. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 27 



EXPENSES TO THE STUDENT 



ITEMIZED EXPENSES FOR EACH SEMESTER 

All Students pay : 

Tuition $65.00 

(This sum includes library and basic laboratory fees — see 
below for further information about laboratory fees.) 

Student Activities* 5.00 

Advance deposit (refundable at close of the Spring Semester — 
see explanation on next page under "Advance Deposit 
Required") made once only each year 10.00 

Text-books (most books are rented), average about 8.00 

Dormitory Students pay in addition to above : 

Room rent : In men's and women's dormitories $25.00 to 30.00 

Board 80.00 

Other Expenses, paid when applicable: 

Practice teaching 10.00 

Laboratory (for each science course above one, taken in any 

semester by juniors and seniors) 5.00 

Gymnasium uniforms for women 3.00 

Gymnasium uniforms for men 1.75 

Graduation (payable at beginning of last semester or term 

before graduation) 6.00 

Late registration (payable by those, other than new students, 
enrolling for classes after the close of the regularly an- 
nounced registration period each semester or term) 2.50 

Late payment (payable by those paying semester bills later 

than the first Friday of the semester or term) 5.00 



Six-Weeks 

Term 
.._. $35.00 

10.00 

30.00 



ITEMIZED 

Tuition 

Room Rent 

Board _ 


EXPENSES FOR 

Twelve-Weeks 
Session 

$55.00 

20.00 

60.00 









• The student activities fee entitles students to the use of the athletic equipment, 
admission to all regular athletic and forensic contests in Maryville. admission to the 
Artists' Series, one subscription to the Highland Echo, and the use of the Y. M. C. A. 
or Y. W. C. A. rooms and equipment ; payment of this fee does not constitute active 
membership in the Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. C. A. 



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INDIVIDUAL LESSONS IN FINE ARTS 

Music (instrumental of vocal), one half -hour individual lesson a 

week $20.00 

Two half -hour lessons a week in same field 35.00 

Music — for children under college age 15.00 

Dramatic Art, one hour lesson, once a week 20.00 

Art, studio courses, four hours a week 10.00 

Piano and Practice Room Rentals 

For piano students : one hour a day 5.00 

two hours a day 7.50 

For voice students : one hour a day 4.00 

two hours a day. _ 6.00 

For violin students : one hour a day 3.00 

two hours a day 4.60 

Organ Rental (one hour a day) 10.00 

ADVANCE DEPOSIT REQUIRED 

OF NEW STUDENTS : $10. An applicant is not assured of admission 
until (1) all of his credentials are received and approved; and (2) 
this $10 deposit is received and accepted; provided, (3) both cre- 
dentials and deposit are accepted before enrolment is full. 

OF OLD STUDENTS : $10. Unless this deposit is sent to the College 
at least 15 days before the opening of the semester or term, a 
student is not assured of a place in the classes for which he may 
have registered at the time of the advance registration. 

In the case of both old and new students, the required advance de- 
posit of $10 reserves a place in classes and a room in a dormitory as 
long as rooms are available. Rooms cannot be reserved until this 
deposit is received and will not be held beyond twelve o'clock noon 
of the first day of classes in the semester or term unless the full room 
rent has been paid. The $10 deposit is held by the College until the 
close of the Spring Semester, when it is refundable with such deduc- 
tions as are necessary. This deposit covers laboratory breakage, key 
deposit, and any other miscellaneous items for which special payment 
may be due from the individual student. 

TERMS OF PAYMENT 

The expenses itemized or referred to on the preceding page are 
payable at the College Treasurer's office at the beginning of each 
semester or term. All bills must be paid in advance, or in instalment 
payments in the form of loans arranged for in advance. 



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HONORS AND PRIZES, 1941-1942 



HONOR SOCIETIES 

Alpha Gamma Sigma — Scholarship 
Helen Louise Cone Jackson Carlisle Kramer 

Ruth Elizabeth Duggan Ruth Marie Sutherlin 

Marian Elizabeth Jenkins Henry Moore Wick 

Mary Hathaway Jenks Hilton A. Wick 



Pi Kappa Delta- 

Phyllis Anne Cain 
Charles Arthur Foreman 
Paul Andrew Jamarik 
Jackson Carlisle Kramer 
Katherine Margaret Liddell 
Janet Pauline Lindsay 
Hal Baldwin Lloyd 
Lucille Dent Lynch 



— Forensics 
Benjamin A. Lynt 
Elizabeth Dorothy Pascoe 
Edward R. Rowley 
Evelyn Jeanne Stringham 
Henry Moore Wick 
Hilton A. Wick 
Natalie Virginia Yelton 



Theta Alpha Phi— Drama 



Margaret Helen Airheart 
Virginia Wilson Berg 
Elizabeth Woody Clevenger 
Charles William Dunning 
Frances John Hellums 
Alice Elizabeth Jones 



J. Edward Kidder, Jr. 
John David McDanibl 
Troye Lee Moore 
June Rose Morley 
Lloyd C. Shue 
George Colsher Tibbetts 



HONORS WORK IN SPECIAL FIELDS 



John Henry Hoelzer, 

Mathematics 

Marian Elizabeth Jenkins, 

Biology 

Mary Hathaway Jenks, 

English 



Joyce Leroma Parham, 

Biology 

Ruth Marie Sutherlin, 

Bible and Religion 

Betty Lee Wilde, 



Biology 



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PRIZES 

THE T. T. ALEXANDER PRIZE 
Hal Baldwin Lloyd, first 
Paul Blake Smith, second 

THE BATES BIBLE PRIZE 
Helen Louise Cone, first 
Ruth Marie Sutherlin, second 
Frank Moore Cross, Jr., third 

THE ELIZABETH HILLMAN CHEMISTRY PRIZE 
Elizabeth Dorothy Pascoe 

THE ALEXANDER ENGLISH PRIZE 
Mary Hathaway Jenks 

THE BANK OF MARYVILLE ECONOMICS PRIZE 
Irma Holly Criswell 

THE GEORGE A. KNAPP MATHEMATICS PRIZE 
John Henry Hoelzer 



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DEGREES CONFERRED 
At Commencement, May 18, 1942 

DOCTOR OF LAW, HONORARY 

John Calvin Crawford, '97 

DOCTOR OF DIVINITY, HONORARY 

Frank Lewis Miller, '14 



BACHELOR 

Margaret Gertrude Ash 

Clara Jane Baldock 

Lola Elizabeth Ball, cum laude 

John Paul Baptiste 

Dorothy Louise Barber, cum laude 

Florence Parmelee Barber, 

cum laude 
Gerald Heywood Beaver 
Virginia Wilson Berg 
BiNA Ruth Brown 
Elizabeth Allene Bryant 
Mary Helen Caldwell, cum laude 
Helen Lenora Cameron 
Mary Agnes Carter 
Trula Ruth Cate 
Margaret Elizabeth Clark 
Helen Louise Cone, cum laude 
Frank Moore Cross, Jr., cum laude 
Mary Elizabeth Cruze 
Warren Tuttle Culver, cum laude 
Lucette Simone de Barritt 
Ruth Elizabeth Duggan, 

cum, laude 
Raymond Dewees, cum laude 
Madge Christine Evans 
Blanche Marie Fawcett 
Mary Adelia Felknor 
Gertrude Elaine Fighter, 

cum laude 
Christine Caroline Fritz, 

cum, laude 
Anna Louise Gammon, cum laude 
Elizabeth Lorraine Glover 
Harry Elwood Graham 
Janice Ina Graybeal 



OF ARTS 

John Markam Guinter 
Fontella Hamilton 
Nelda Jean Henry 
Mildred Vernele Hester 
John Henry Hoelzer, cum laude 
Theodore Long Holman 
John Norman Hooker 
Roberta Gail Hope 
George Reynolds Howard 
Tennie Ruth Huff 
Marian Elizabeth Jenkins, 

aum laude 
Mary Hathaway Jenks, 

cum. laude 
Phyllis Marion Johns 
Melvin Julius Johnson, Jr. 
Ina Catherine Jussely 
Horace N. Justus 
Mary Elizabeth Karg 
Henry Edward Kell, cum laude 
John Allen Kerr 
David Harwell Kidder 
Arling Orwyn Kressler 
Frances Ruth Lane 
Hugh Kenyon Leishman 
Janet Pauline Lindsay 
JoHNNYE Sue Long 
Lucille Dent Lynch 
Rachel Kathleen McCall 
Charles Samuel McCammon 
Clara Lorena McCord, cum, laude 
Francis LeRoy McGaha 
Gertrude Eloise McNeeley 
Louise Marshall 
John Percy Martin, Jr. 



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Kathryn Iva Matthews 
Stanley Arthur Menning 
John Thomas Mize 
Mildred Lucille Montgomery, 

cu7n laude 
Allan George Moore 
Dudley Shields Moore 
Troyb Lee Moore 
June Rose Morley 
Luther Quentin Myers 
Lilian Moore Nichols, cum lavde 
Ruth Evelyn Ogle 
Phyllis Ruth Overton 
Joyce Leroma Parham 
Edythe Mae Persing, cum laude 
Roberta Martha Persons 
Betty Lee Pettry, cutn laude 
Kate Miarian Powell 
LiSBETH White Prater 
Helen Lucille Pratt 
Mary Rankin Propfitt 



William Boyd Rich 

Lily Belle Robertson 

James Arthur Rowan 

Francis McLain Seely, cum laude 

Doris Pauline Shanks 

Fred Griffin Shelter 

Paul Eugene Sieber, cum laude 

Doris Marguerite Smith 

Fred Manget Snell, cmn lavde 

Ada Florence Summers 

Ruth Marie Sutherlin, cum laude 

George Colsher Tibbetts 

John Howard Tinley 

Richard Wright Watkins, Jr. 

Margaret Ruth Whaley 

Henry Moore Wick, cutn laude 

Hilton Addison Wick, c^im laude 

Edward Frank Wiezalis, 

cum. laude 
Betty Lee Wilde, cum laude 
Robert Charles Wright 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Dorothy Genette Buchanan 
Margaret Calhoun Fain 
Dorothy Lee Gessert 
Bonnie Cornelia Hayes 
Inez Elizabeth Johnson 
Margaret Bailey McCurry 
Anne Marie Mikulich 
Elizabeth Dorothy Pascoe, 

cum laude 
Margaret Graham Proffitt 



Ora Grayce Ridings 
Hester Jane Santiago 
Evelyn Jeanne Stringham 
Virginia La Verne Stroebe 
Dorothy Jane Tayler 
Helen Trotter, cum laude 
Elizabeth Geraldine Umbach 
Alice Jane Weatherby 
Martha Elizabeth Williamson 
Hermia Jean Zimmerman 



In Summer Session, 1942 

As of the Class of 1942 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Frank Hauser Barr 
David Mitchell Hall 
Jackson Carlisle Kramer, 

cum lavde 



John David McDaniel 
Ruth Allbee Perrin 
Simpson Edward Spencer, Jr. 
Kathryn Estes Tread well 



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At End of Fall Semester, December 17, 1942 

As of the Class of 1943 
BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Margaret Helen Airheart 
Carl Alette, cum lavde 
E. Brasher Bailey 
Charles Fred Brewer 
Robert John Calvesbert 
Patricia Ann Carter 
Roy Duncan Crawford 
IrMa Holly Criswell, cum latvde 
Joseph Currie Dickinson 
Cecil Orville Eanes 
Charles Arthur Foreman 
William J. R. Hargrave 
Frank William Henderson 
Winifred Ruth Hope 
Joseph Earl Huskey 
EuLA Grace Jarnagin 
Cornelia Elizabeth Jones, 

cum laude 



Virgil Shields LeQuire 
Wesley Ross Lochausen 
Edwin Franklin Lochner 
Robert Kenneth Lockwood 
Marian Laura Magill 
Carl Gray Pierce, Jr. 
Meredith Louise Preston 
Frances Elizabeth Sisk, 

cum laude 
James H. Smith 
Dean Peabody Stiles 
Kathleen Jeian Sullivan, 

cum, laude 
William Joseph Sweeney 
Lloyd McCully Taylor 
Oliver Roosevelt VanCise, 

cum laude 
Evelyn Aileen Williams, 

cu7n laude 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Mary Ruth Baker 

Lyndall Wilhelmina Becker 



Helen Parker George, cum laude 
Mary Jane Person 



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REGISTER OF STUDENTS, 1942-1943 

SENIORS 

AiRHEART, Margaret Helen Scottsboro, Ala. 

Alette, Carl 5723 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

AvAKiAN, Marion Jasmine 47 Palisade Ave., Bogota, N. J. 

Bailey, E. Brasher 317 Telford St., Alcoa 

Baker, Mary Ruth McMinnville 

Ballinger, Edwin Ray 4821 Sixteenth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Barnes, Jean Lois 58 Wright St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

*Barr, Frank Hauser 161 W. 105th St., New York, N. Y. 

Barr, James McEachern 161 W. 105th St., New York, N. Y. 

Becker, Lyndall 1808 Beverley Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bowman, Frances Caroline Sussex, N. J. 

Boyd, Richard White 562 Rutherford Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Brewer, Charles Fred . R. D. 6, Maryville 

Brown, Clyde Raynor Blairs Mills, Pa. 

Brown, Janet Ogden 658 Broome St., Clermont, Fla. 

Burcaw, George Ellis 638 Second Ave., N. W., Brewster, Ohio 

Bushing, Arthur Story Jamestown 

Cable, Althea Geneva 152 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Jersey Shore, Pa. 

Cain, Phyllis Anne 322 S. Henry St., Morristown 

Calvesbert, Robert John South St., New Providence, N. J. 

Campbell, Donald Ward Garrison Rd., Vineland, N. J. 

Carter, Patricia Ann 536 Muriel Parkway, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Chapman, James Wilbur Box 211, Rushsylvania, Ohio 

Clevenger, Elizabeth Woody .....Newport 

Clippinger, Margaret Ruth 93 Peachtree Way, Atlanta, Ga. 

Cooper, Kenneth Lanterman-.-805 Belvidere Ave., Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Cooper, Paul Joel 411 Boggs Ave., Appalachia, Va. 

Cowan, Mary Letitia 1276 Clay Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Crawford, Roy Duncan 404 Crawford St., Maryville 

Crews, Emma Katherine 307 N. High St., Morristown 

Crider, Sarah Janette Marion, Ky. 

Criswell, Irma Holly 2900 S. W. Fourth St., Miami, Fla. 

Curtis, Ruth Elizabeth 2005 Union Ave., Chattanooga 

Dickinson, Joseph Currie Lafayette St., Brownsville 

Duke, Sidney Walter 407 S. Center St., Arlington, Texas 

DuPUY, Olive Blanton....310 Twenty-first Ave., N., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Eanes, Cecil Orville 733 Kemper Rd., Danville, Va. 

Faulkner, James Lionel Tionesta, Pa. 

Foreman, Charles Arthur Tionesta, Pa. 

Francis, Robert Boyer 618 DeKalb St., Bridgeport, Pa. 

Garland, Erma Nell Calderwood 



•Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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Garvin, James Francis 9118 Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, Md. 

Geisler, Muriel Elizabeth Box 48, R. D. 1, Kissimmee, Fla. 

George, Helen Parker 747 W. Second North St., Morristown 

Gillette, Josephine Dorothy N. East Ave., Vineland, N. J. 

Glass, Jane Elizabeth 333 Mohawk Ave., Norwood, Pa. 

GUGGER, Marjorib Elise 2012 W. Pine St., Dunmore, Pa. 

Hains, Elizabeth Shepley Winona Lake, Ind. 

*Hall, David Mitchell 2731 Eighth Ave., S., Birmingham, Ala. 

Halabrin, Anne _ 1257 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hargrave, William J. R 3810 Berry Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Henderson, Frank William Avondale Hill, Plymouth, Pa. 

Hildreth, Charles Halsey Montowese Ave., North Haven, Conn. 

HoGAN, Geraldine Boswell 1012 Cedar Ave., South Pittsburg 

Hope, Winifred Ruth -- . Winona Lake, Ind. 

Hopkins, Donald Ray 323 S. E. Fourth St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

HOYT, Mary Ruth 229 Miller St., Maryville 

HusKEY, Joseph Earl R. D. 2, Newport 

Jarnagin, Eula Grace R. D. 2, Box 114, Arlington, Texas 

Jennings, Mary Josephine Box 112. Hillsviile, Va. 

Johnson, Nola Pauline 1414 Fourth Ave., E., Decatur, Ala. 

Jones, Alice Elizabeth _ Harriman 

Jones, Cornelia Elizabeth 224 Glenwood Drive, Thomasville, Ga. 

Jones, Erma Rebecca - - 541 Hamel Ave., Ardsley, Pa. 

Kidder, J. Edward, Jr 8514 Fiftieth Ave., Berwyn, Md. 

King, Lois Opal R. D. 3, Chicora, Pa. 

Knabb, Bobilee Hawthorn, Fla. 

Knight, Mary Pitman, N. J. 

Kramer, Jackson Carlisle 329 Gates St., Maryville 

Lambert, Guy Edwin 1382 E. Sanger St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

LeQuire, Virgil Shields 624 Court St., Maryville 

LiPPARD, Oscar Lee 3522A Lawn Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Lloyd, Hal Baldwin Maryville 

Lochausen, Wesley Ross Box 462, Sanderson, Texas 

Lochner, Edwin F. 212 N. Sixty-third St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

LocKWOOD, Robert Kenneth Gordonville, Pa. 

Long, Howard O. R. D. 1, Friendsville 

Lord, Robert Gale 39 Stafford St., Worcester, Mass. 

Lorentz, Emma Barbara 83 Carteret Ave., Carteret, N. J. 

McCartney, Rosemary Mead Indiana Ave., Maryville 

McClanahan, Bernice Irene R. D. 6, Maryville 

McCuTCHEON, Jean 203 Keats Ave,, Elizabeth, N. J. 

*McDaniel, John David R. D. 2, Loudon 

McKiRDY, Margaret S. M Fort Covington, New York 

Magill, Marian Laura 43 Walnut St., Maiden, Mass. 



•Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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Mair, Robert Henry Box 27A, Atco, N. J. 

Mathews, Alice Louise Sharon, Conn. 

Messmer, Claire Mary 309 Knickerbocker Rd., Tenafly, N. J. 

Metcalf, Jane Elizabeth 24 Orchard Place, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Monroe, Edith Erelin 104 College Ave., Maryville 

Moore, Martha Jean Rye Beach St., Huron, Ohio 

Murray, Doris Wilson 506 Indiana Ave., Maryville 

Pagan, Monserrate Stahl 63, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 

Park, Polly Priscilla 615 Hillside Drive, Maryville 

Parrett, Pearl Marie Bond, Ky. 

Parvin, Ralph Sidney 1512 Twenty-second St., Bradenton, Fla. 

Patterson, Jean Patricia Orangeville, Pa. 

Paul, Glenn Fertig Lavelle, Pa. 

Pemberton, Olson, Jr Huntsville 

Person, Mary Jane 2500 Overlook Ave., West Orange, N. J. 

Pierce, Carl Gray, Jr 325 Wall Ave., Pitcairn, Pa. 

Pinneo, Rose Wilcox 79 S. Fifth Ave., Coatesville, Pa. 

Pratt, Theodore Beeks 25 S. Vine St., Westerville, Ohio 

Preston, Meredith Louise 128 Schubert St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Purvis, Meredith E : R. D. 1, Stapleton, Ga. 

Rainwater, Kathleen Daisy R. D. 6, Maryville 

Reed, Alice Kate Winterthur, Del. 

Reed, Jessie Alberta Winterthur, Del. 

Reed, Willa Alfreda Winterthur, Del. 

*RoBERTS, Lois Josephine 120 Magnolia Ave., Maryville 

*Robertson, Geneva Jo City 7, Maryville 

Rock, Walter Leslie 2411 Broadway, Blue Island, 111. 

Rogers, Evelyn June Box 135, Weaverville, N. C. 

Roseborough, Douglas DbVault 736 Clayton St., Mount Dora, Fla. 

Rowley, Edward Reeves, Jr 13 Clinton Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

Santiago, Aura Pilar Arecibo, Puerto Rico 

Sapp, Samuel Edwin 118 Highland Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Schbibelle, Jeanne Leon... 66 E. Gouvemeur Ave., Rutherford, N. J. 

Schwarzwalder, Robert Wayne 110 Ruth St., Maryville 

Scott, Marie Estena Franklin, N. C. 

Sims, Aletta Marshall 440 East Main St., Murfreesboro 

SiSK, Frances Elizabeth 217 Miller St., Maryville 

Smith, Fred R Hardy, Va. 

Smith, James H,. 245 Kentucky Ave., Pikeville, Ky. 

Spraker, Nettie Rose Highland Ave., Maryville 

Stiles, Dean Peabody 471 Cabot St., Beverly, Mass. 

Stribling, Oliver Ruth Box 56, Union, Miss. 

Suitor, Joseph N R. D. 2, Rienzi, Miss. 

Sullivan, Kathleen Jean 15 Water St., Rockville Centre, N. Y. 



♦Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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Sweeney, William Joseph 116 Printz Ave., Norwood, Pa. 

Taylor, Lloyd McCully 223 Wilson Ave., Maryville 

Taylor, Marguerite Ella 321 Evergreen Ave., Folsom, Pa. 

*Treadwell, Kathryn Estes R. D, 5, Ripley 

Van Cise, Oliver Roosevelt 10 Valley View Ave., Summit, N. J. 

Wakefield, Hazel Grace 311 83rd Ave., N. E., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Walker, James Oscar . 214 E. Academy St., Asheboro, N. C. 

Weber, Lauramae R. D. 2, Marengo, Ohio 

Welden, Robert Barton 530 Main St., Greenport, N. Y. 

Welsh, Olga Marie Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

White, Dorotha Jean Ruth St., Maryville 

Williams, Eleanor Elizabeth Box 398 Alderson, W. Va. 

Williams, Evelyn Aileen 419 Washington Ave., Maryville 

Williams, J. D R. D. 6, Maryville 

Williams, Mary Virginia 120 N. Fourth St., Albion, 111. 

Williams, Virginia Margaret Box 398, Alderson, W. Va. 

Williamson, Gabriel Galt 201 Eureka Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 

Winkle, Glenn Leroy 4504 Vine St., St. Bernard, Ohio 

Winn, Esther Ann 235 Twenty-first Ave., N., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Winter, Betty May 105 B St., N. W., Miami, Okla. 

WiNTON, Mary Elizabeth 208 Rutland Ave., Mt. Holly, N. J. 

Wynn, Ruth Ann Fork Mountain 

Yelton, Natalie Virginia 2421 Beechridge Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 

Yunker, Arthur James, Jr Neshaminy Farms, Newtown, Pa. 



JUNIORS 

Anderson, Helen Louise Rockford 

Anderson, Lloyd Allen 1208 Rennie Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Bailey, Dorothy Donnell Woodleaf , N. C. 

Ballard, Betty Ione 150 Gamble St., Maryville 

Batchelor, Effie Jean 528 Anderson St., Orlando, Fla. 

Baxter, Albert Barton . R. D. 2, Newport 

Bergquist, Francis Layton Pierce, Fla. 

Best, Carl Jones 200 Mt. View Ave., Maryville 

Best, Kate Lorene 514 W. Broadway, Maryville 

Betts, Grace Mary Hartsdale Towers, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

BOGGESS, Lela Rebecca Monroe St., Sweetwater 

BoRETSKY, Margaret R 516 Scottdale Ave., Scottdale, Pa. 

Braly, Billye Ruth 319 Cedar St., Chattanooga 

Brand, Charles Arthur 408 Second Ave., S., Wausau, Wis. 

Buford, William Alton 518 Jackson Hwy., Florence, Ala. 

BuLLER, Freda Scarswold Apts., Garth Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Burgreen, Charles Lee 8 N. W. Sixth St., Homestead, Fla. 



*EnroIIed in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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BuRKHART, Edward Franklin Martin St., Harlan, Ky. 

*BuRNS, Sarah Frankie Walland 

Callahan, George Edward Love St., Erwin 

Cameron, Sara Elizabeth 1026 Luttrell St., Knoxville 

Carter, Ruth Shields 1815 E. Blount St., Pensacola, Fla. 

Case, Leila Ruth Ray Ave., Maryville 

*Cathcart, Ruth Erin R. D. 6, Maryville 

Chappell, William Bradford 907 Sterling Ave., Maryville 

Clear, William Phillip 902 W. Broadway, Maryville 

Collins, Duane Helmuth Waymart, Pa. 

Crawford, Samuel Earle, Jr Box 284, Maryville 

Crews, Harold Stanley 181 South St., Morristovm, N. J. 

D'Antonio, Joseph . 600 Franklin Ave., Essex, Md. 

Deforest, John Theopholus 3 Ashcroft St., Dedham, Mass. 

Bellinger, Lena Cordelia Crossnore, N. C. 

DePue, Fred Morris R. D. 2, Bangor, Pa. 

DiLLENER, John August Box 52, Barnegat, N. J. 

Dillener, Leroy Young, Jr Box 52, Barnegat, N. J. 

Drolsbaugh, Lorraine Milliken East Waterford, Pa. 

Dunning, Charles William, 48-20 Ninetieth St., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 

Eaken, Harold Ray 28 N. Franklin St., Chambersburg, Pa. 

Eberhardt, Carolyn Wilson 20 Meadow Rd., Rutherford, N. J. 

Eddleman, Jeana Mae Jones St., Maryville 

Ellison, Ann Carolyn Parrottsville 

Erwin, Henry Kenyon Folkston, Ga. 

Evans, William Wallace 7325 Goff St., Richmond Heights, Mo. 

Ezell, Winfred Ashe - Townsend 

Farrow, Estelle Marian 36 S. Willow St., Montclair, N. J. 

Ferreira, Mary Elizabeth 1328 W. Edwards St., Springfield, 111. 

Firor, Rhoda Idella Carrol St., Thurmont, Md. 

Fisher, Helen Ermina 163 S. Main St., Warsaw, N. Y. 

Ford, William Lawrence R. D. 1, Steubenville, Ohio 

French, Evelyn Leeds 15 E. Second St., Moorestown, N. J. 

Gass, Marvin B. ^ Oliver Springs 

Gaultney, Lucile R. D. 1, Delrose 

George, Edith Louise 603 N. Blish St., Seymour, Ind. 

Gbssert, Margaret 604 N. Kentucky Ave., Roswell, N. Mex. 

Gilpatrick, Charles E Mars Hill, Maine 

Gredig, Dorothy Katherine R. D. 3, Maryville 

Gregory, Evelyn Peeples - Box 14, Eton, Ga. 

Grissett, Marguerite Verity 339 W. New York Ave., Deland, Fla. 

Gudel, Johnnye Ruth Hixson 

Hanners, Ethel Marie 407 Atlantic St., Keyport, N. J. 

Harned, Dorothy L Montvale Rd., Maryville 



'Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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Harris, Frances Evelyn 157 Ellis Ave,, Maryville 

Helton, Leola Elizabeth R. D. 5, Maryville 

Henderson, Thomas Edv7ARD Cedar Lane, Fountain City 

Herzberger, Robert Donald 127 Washington Ave., Kenmore, N. Y. 

Hoole, Victoria Harriet 420 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

Horton, Ann Elizabeth 514 Avenue C, N. E., Winter Haven, Fla. 

HowARTH, Lois Jeanne 1139 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa. 

Hunter, Robert Alison Maple Lane, Maryville 

Jamarik, Paul Andrew 311 S. Twelfth Ave., Hopewell, Va. 

Kolter, Paul Cook Rockford, Ohio 

Lehman, Ruth Jean 132 Marne Ave., Haddonfield, N. J. 

Lynt, Benjamin A 1815 Lawrence St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

McArthur, Irvin Kenneth 4420 Twentieth St., Meridian, Miss. 

McClaskey, Nancy Carolyn Bloomfield, Ky. 

McClure, E. Ruth Acworth, Ga. 

McConnell, Elizabeth Ellen.-.: R. D. 2, Erie, Pa. 

McCoRD, William Hugh, Jr 1302 Clayton Ave., Nashville 

McFarland, Jane Clariss 4218 N. W. Eighteenth Ave., Miami, Fla. 

McGaha, Merriam Rena Lincoln Ave., Newport 

McMillan, Margaret Josephine Cedar St., Maryville 

MacMartin, F. Douglas 417 E. Oak St., Sisseton, S. D. 

Meadows, Georgia Lu 345 Dravo Ave., Beaver, Pa. 

Meineke, Howard Albert 637 Rushton Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Meineke, Ruth 637 Rushton Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Memminger, Mary Melinda R. D. 1, Port Royal, Pa. 

Metcalp, Marian Paden 24 Orchard Place, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Miller, Betty Jane 447 Robins St., Roselle, N. J. 

Miller, Frank Lewis, 1920 Thirty-fifth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Montgomery, Geneva Patterson City 4, Maryville 

Montgomery, Paul Winston R. D. 4, Maryville 

Montgomery, Shirley Laurella 2805 Nineteenth Ave., Ensley, Ala. 

Moore, John Richard 1655 Waco Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 

Parker, Betty Irene 4417 N. Meade Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Partridge, Mary Jean 1220 E. Blount St., Pensacola, Fla. 

Pascal, Robert Augusts Valdese, N. C. 

Pemberton, Sam Heywood R. D. 1, Huntsville 

Pepper, Charles Edward, Jr 115 N. Second Ave., Wausau, Wis. 

Profpitt, Richard Neil Niles Ferry Pike, Marjrville 

PuRiPOY, Lewis McCarroll, Jr 408 Selvidge St., Dalton, Ga. 

Reed, Oran Matney 822 Washington Ave., Etowah 

Renfro, Spence Clyde R. D. 5, Maryville 

Roth, Margery Duvall - 305 Fremont St., Peekskill, N. Y. 

Rust, Arthur Hubert 1338 Hamilton St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

ScAPELLATi, Enrico Leonard 24 N. Third St., Bangor, Pa. 

Schanck, Marion Elizabeth 47 State St., Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Scott, John Hardison Bristol Pike, Eddigton, Pa. 



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Shell, Claude I., Jr 802 W. Twenty-seventh Ave., Pine Bluff, Ark. 

SiDNER William James 931 Lamokin St., Chester, Pa. 

Smith, Paul Blake 819 Anderson St., Orlando, Fla. 

Spayd, Margaret Helena 727 Limekiln Pike, North Hills, Pa. 

Spears, Oliver Kelly, Jr New St., Maryville 

Spurlock, Charles Hughes 107 Thirtieth Ave., N., Nashville 

Sthreshley, Lawrence Fitzhugh, Jr., 510 Monroe St., Hopewell, Va. 

Storey, Louise Everett St., Maryville 

Stout, Marion Agnes 304 Sherman St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Taylor, John C 1618 N. Third St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Testa, Christine Holscher 18 Lincoln St., New Bedford, Mass, 

Thompson, Malcolm 312 Larimer St., Aliquippa, Pa. 

Tomlinson, Catherine Carrie R. D. 1, Anchorage, Ky. 

ToRBERT, Flora Newtown, Pa. 

Trotter, Jane 324 Indiana Ave., Maryville 

VanBlarcom, Peter T 131 Church St., Boonton, N. J. 

Waisman, Mary Evelyn ....403 Camp Ave., Knoxville 

Walker, Martha Ruth R. D. 4, Maryville 

Wall, Lois Elizabeth Danbury, N. C. 

Weiss, Gilbert E Jeffersonville, N. Y. 

Wilson, Ruth Allene Peachtree St., Doraville, Ga. 

Wilson, Samuel Mack R. D. 1, Newport 

Wise, Lenore Mae Thompsontown, Pa. 

Wriggins, Aimee Madeline 9 Park Place, Shortsville, N. Y. 

Wright, Doris Ellen Jamestown 



SOPHOMORES 

Adams, William Lionel 400 Bellevue Ave., Hammonton, N. J. 

Anderson, Ruth Anna 1208 Rennie Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Anthony, Eleanor Elizabeth 529 N. Walnut St., Logan, Ohio 

Baker, Esther Bettye 204 W. Main St., McMinnville 

Barker, Donald Lincoln 307 Tedford St., Maryville 

Barrows, Mary Jane R. D. 1, Rabun Gap, Ga. 

Baugh, Colleen Hartley Kingston 

Bayless, Robert Wallace 2311 Hollywood Ave., Toledo, Ohio 

Bell, Charles Edward 203 DeForrest Ave., Trion, Ga. 

Bellerjeau, Jeanne Voorhees, 20 Tenth Ave., Haddon Heights, N. J. 

Black, Donald Forsyth, Jr 3018 Chestnut St., Camp Hill, Pa. 

Bonner, Kathrine Louise 435 Fifth St., Fullerton, Pa. 

BowDiTCH, Miriam Elizabeth Toecane, N. C. 

Boyd, Lester Clarke 7 Cumberland St., Lonsdale, R. I. 

BoYLES, Eleanor Kristine Box 156, Live Oak, Fla. 

Boynton, Verneda Catherine Pikeville 

Breazeale, Jefferson Ingram, Jr Ward Ave, Loudon 

Brogden, Anne Emily __.-.R. D. 3, Sparta 



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Brown, Dorothy Lee Bristol Pike, Eddington, Pa. 

Brown, Joseph Matthew Blairs Mills, Pa. 

Bryant, Marilyn Reavis Flintville 

Buchanan, Barbara McCall 5900 Nevada Ave., Washington, D. C. 

Bunch, Evelyn Marshal 319 Twentieth St., Knoxville 

BuRD, Robert Abraham Concord, Pa 

Burleigh, Betsy Joanne R. D. 169, Battle Point, Wash. 

Burleigh, Howard Virgil Moorecroft, Wyo. 

Burton, Betty Louise 101 Charlton Rd., Rome, Ga. 

Byrne, Ann Gainesboro 

Cabbage, Anita Walland 

Cain, Virginia Lee 332 S. Henry St., Morristown 

Caldwell, Margaret Graham 311 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee, Fla. 

Cathey, Lucille Frances 205 Indiana Ave., Maryville 

Cato, Baxter 2124 W. End Avenue, Nashville 

Chambers, Albert Lee . Candoro Ave., Knoxville 

Cleaver, Edith Esther Dillonvale, Ohio 

CoLLETT, Lois Mae Westview Plan, Beaver, Pa. 

Collum, Elizabeth 1070 Lucile Ave., Atlanta, Ga. 

CoLviLLE, Charles Loudon 

CONKLE, Donald Ralph R. D. 2, Navarre, Ohio 

* Coulter, Sara Margaret Walland 

Crimmel, Arthur Turbett Milford St., Port Royal, Pa. 

Crispin, Nancy Roselth 11 Irving St., Somerville, Mass. 

Cross, Luther Silsby ___ Brent, Ala. 

Curtis, Mary Winder 2005 Union Ave., Chattanooga 

Darrell, Purnell Bennett, III 812 Church Lane, Yeadon, Pa. 

Dean, Martha Elizabeth Box 247, Mosheim 

Deyarmon, Marylee 232 Clover St., Brownsville, Pa. 

Duke, Hannah 407 S. Center St., Arlington, Texas 

Easter, Ronald Lynn Mulberry St., Loudon 

Easter, Wallace Edward, 3609 Twentieth St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Edwards, Charles Hartman 489 Pinney St., Rochester, Pa. 

Ellis, Dortha Jean Friendsville 

Engel, Elmer Ellsworth 418 Forty-second St., Union City, N. J. 

English, Laurel Jean Madock St., Victor, N. Y. 

Ernest, Warren Nelson Port Royal, Pa. 

Everett, Imogene Ethel R. D. 5, Maryville 

Farrow, Esther Marie 36 S. Willow St., Montclair, N. J. 

Fausnaugh, Sherley Gladys 2838 N. Albany St., Chicago, 111. 

Ferguson, Neysa Nerene Niles Ferry Pike, Maryville 

Fowler, Jessie Lindsay 472 Second St., N.E., New Philadelphia, Ohio 

Galbreath, Rachel Ann Street, Md. 

Garvin Marian Ruth 9118 Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, Md. 



♦Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



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Gates, John Edward Anderson Ave., Maryville 

Gates, Virginia Della Yorkville, 111. 

Gessert, Laura Lisette 604 N. Kentucky Ave., Roswell, N. Mex. 

Gillette, Carol Virginia N. East Ave., Vineland, N. J. 

GoBiLLOT, Florence Elizabeth Sharon, Conn. 

Goodloe, Mary Kate La Vergne 

Graf, Lois Elisabeth 325 W. Ninth St., Chester, Pa. 

Gualtieri, Daniel Leonard 216 Fourth Ave., Two Harbors, Minn. 

GuLicK, David Clarence Willow Brook Farm, Oldwick, N. J. 

Hall, Ruth Mary Yorkville, 111. 

Harper, Lonie Carolyn 712 S. Forty-seventh St., Birmingham, Ala. 

Hays, Martha Jane 1329 Second St., Beaver, Pa. 

Heaps, Henry Wallace Pylesville, Md. 

Heaps, John Malcolm Street, Md. 

Henry, Margaret Louise Louisville Rd., Maryville 

HiSLOP, Livingston Reid 24 Sherman St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hoagland, Elizabeth Mosher 130-18 178th Place, 

Springfield Gardens, N. Y. 

HoBART, Richard Loren, Jr 5336 Forty-first St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 

Hodges, James Paschall .. 207 Woodrow Ave., Chattanooga 

HoGLAN, Charles Bagnall, Jr 5020 Terrace M, Birmingham, Ala. 

HoGUE, James Lawrence 110 W. Thirty-fourth St., Covington, Ky. 

Holler, Rhoda 1179 E. 125th St., East Cleveland, Ohio 

HoNAKER, Stuart Ross Court St., Maryville 

HouK, Mary Frances Ohio Ave., Etowah 

Housch, Matilda Chickamauga, Ga. 

HuBER, Robert Fairchild 49 Bond St., Passaic, N. J. 

Huddleston, Dorthy Jean 205 Cunningham St., MaryAdlle 

Huffman, Harold Eugene Rockford, Ohio 

Hunt, Margaret Rude 26 Hamburg Ave., Sussex, N. J. 

Hunter, Beatrice Shelby St., Live Oak, Fla. 

Irshay, Phyllis Caroline 131 Sixteenth St., Campbell, Ohio 

Jackson, Beverly Lou 545 Eleventh Ave., Prospect Park, Pa. 

Jones, Alice Kathleen Garden Ave., Fountain City 

Keirn, Marcia Mae 306 Maury St., Alcoa 

Kennedy, Bette Jeane 1221 Thirteenth St., Hickory, N. C. 

Kerr, Anne Marie 124 Washington Ave., Suffern, N. Y. 

King, Rachel R. D. 6, Columbia 

Kramer, Frank Aaron 329 Gates St., Maryville 

Lane, Frances Jean 406 E. Wells St., Knoxville 

Lehman, Dorothy Claire Beverly, Ky. 

LoDWiCK, Agnes Irene Seville, Ohio 

Loesch, Catherine Ottilie 5509 Windsor Mill Rd,, Baltimore, Md. 

Long, Daniel Morton 1339 Hubbard St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Long, William Loren R. D. 2, Steubenville, Ohio 



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Lyle, William Harry Copperhill 

McClure, Maurice Scott R. D. 4, Lebanon, Ohio 

McCuTCHEON, Carol Pittstown, N. J. 

*McPheeters, Brooks Bernard 787 Lord St., Maryville 

Marshall, Mable Ruth 203 B St., Lenoir City 

Messer, Margaret Jane White Pine 

Meyer, Betty Jane Station Rd., Cranbury, N. J. 

Miller, Arthur Thomas, Jr 407 Mulberry St., Loudon 

MiLLiGAN, Robert Harry 148 E. Francis Ave., Brentwood, Pa. 

Mitchell, Marvin Edward Maryville 

Moehlman, Paul Herman 1026 High St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Morton, Robert Earl 129 Dunlop Ave., Town of Tonawanda, N. Y. 

NoBLiT, Mary Dawn 334 Bay St., Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

Northrop, Mary Ellen 476 Oakland Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Odom, Joyce Lorraine 14 Park Circle, Atlanta, Ga. 

Ogle, William Sanders . Fourth St., Etowah 

Pascoe, Caroline Ellen 21 S. Third St., Perkasie, Pa. 

Peterson, Agnes Woods 2452 E. Fifth Ave., Knoxville 

Phillips, Eula Frances 401 W. Second St., Chattanooga 

Pleyl, Hope Betti 298 Pine St., Providence, R. I. 

Potts, Edgar Jeffersonville, N. Y. 

Querns, Elizabeth Mae 305 E. Main St., Millville, N. J. 

Randolph, Ruth Marguerite Box 284, Black Mountain, N. C. 

Reaves, Nettie Kate R. D, 6, Maryville 

Richard, Abner Paul R. D. 2, Norristown, Pa. 

Robarts, William Moore 552 S. Marion St., Lake City, Fla. 

Roberson, William H. Loudon 

Roberts, Mary Ella 228 Magnolia Ave., Maryville 

Robinson, Carol Addie 836 Tice Place, Westfield, N. J. 

RoBisoN, James Lindsay Main St., Port Royal, Pa. 

Rock, Alan Everett 2411 Broadway, Blue Island, 111. 

RuNiON, John Atlee Earner 

Russell, Nancy Towler 10 Gilmore St., Quincy, Mass. 

Sanderson, Willis Richardson, Jr. 113 Williams St., Newark, N. Y. 

Schneeweiss, Marion Elizabeth 113 S. Chester Ave., 

Pleasantville, N. J. 

Scott, Kathryn Jane. 477 W. Pine St., Canton, 111. 

Scruggs, Richard Francis McCaslin Ave., Sweetwater 

ScuDDER, Jane Carol Main St., Northport, N. Y. 

Segraves, William Harwell 1924 Wilmore Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 

Shaw, Martha Jeane 606 Swede St., Norristown, Pa. 

Shelley, Ruby Louise R. D. 2, Seymour 

Short, Catherine Jane Box 217, Port Royal, Pa. 

Smith, Frances Joella R. D. 5, Maryville 



♦Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



44 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



Smith, Rachel Comersville 

Smith, Winford Hoyle. Dellrose 

SoMERViLL, Mary Carolyn . R. D. 1, Mason 

SoMMERS, Winifred Anita 10 W. Elm St., Chicago, 111. 

Stephenson, Myrtle Louise JeflFerson City 

Stevens, Wayne Smith 206 Lincoln Rd., E. Rochester, N. Y. 

Stone, Kenneth Gordon 2409 Chapman Highway, Knoxville 

SwANNER, Stella Graysville 

SwARTZBACK, RAYMOND HOWARD, 2328 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Talbott, Charles Kenneth R. D. 3, Marjnnlle 

Tallent, Sibyl Annette 1316 Tennessee Ave., Etowah 

Troutt, Margaret Elizabeth Corryton 

Turner, Sherwin Bruce 1056 Armistead Way, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyler, John William 6774 Chew St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ulmer, Ernestine Piano, Texas 

Waggett, Kenneth MacPhail St. Charles, S. C. 

Wagner, Lloyd William Ray Ave., Maryville 

Walter, Dorothy Jean 124 Home St., Erlanger, Ky. 

*Waters, Betty Ida Broyles St., Maryville 

Watkins, Elizabeth Anne . College Ave., Loudon 

Webb, Gordon Alfred 400 Highland Ave., Maryville 

Weber, Muriel Anna Marengo, Ohio 

Wells, Rose Eva R. D. 5, Springfield 

White, Haydn Owen 1135 S. Fifty-second St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Whitehead, Evelyn Louise 418 Unaka Way, Erwin 

Wiley, Dale Andrew 90 East Ave., Wellsboro, Pa. 

Williams, Trevor George Ringoes, N. J. 

*WiLLOCKS, Sarah Aileen 723 E. Main St., Maryville 

Woods, Dorothy Elaine R. D. 1, Flintville 

Wye, Philip Henry 91 Bell Rock St., Maiden, Mass. 

Yoke, Lois Marian R. D. 1, Stuttgart, Ark, 

Zimmerman, Louie Albert Marshall, N. C. 



FRESHMEN 

Allison, Mary Lucla R. D. 1, Waynesville, N. C. 

Andes, Kenneth Carson— - Wrights Ferry Rd., Alcoa 

Archer, A. R Knoxville Highway, Maryville 

Argie, Robert Douglas... 9 Margaret St., Malone, N. Y. 

Aston, Willie Lee, Jb 32 Miller St., Greer, S. C. 

Barker, Robert Sweazey 307 Tedford St., Maryville 

Barton, June Muriel 209 Madison Ave., Hasbrouck Hgts., N. J. 

Batchelor, Mary Lavinia 528 Anderson St., Orlando, Fla. 

Baxter, Marie Winslow _...318 Clinchfield Ave., Erwin 



♦Elnrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 45 



Bennette, Jeanette Cornelia Broad St., Winder, Ga. 

Bernardini, Zenobia 1794 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Bird, Robert James R. D. 2, Branchville, N. J. 

Bradford, Frank Russell. Benton 

Bradford, William H Benton 

Bradshaw, Frances Alexander 201 East St., Covington, Ga. 

Brasfield, Margaret 4329 Tenth Ave., S., Birmingham, Ala. 

Briggs, David H., Jr 425 Indiana Ave., Marjrville 

Brittain, Evelyn Mae Belmont Ave., Babylon, N. Y. 

Brocker, Ethel Jane 219-11 138th Ave., Springfield Gardens, N. Y. 

Brown, Virginia Lou Hazard, Ky. 

Bruce, Robert Earl. 3330 Bronx Blvd., New York, N. Y. 

Bryan, Bonnie Jean 6 Michigan Ave., Danville, 111. 

Bryan, Estelle Edmison Atlantic Ave., Minotolo, N. J. 

Bryant, Nancy Ann ^ Ruth St., Maryville 

Burnett, Barbara Jean 1041 College Ave., Batesville, Ark. 

BuzBY, William Curtis Brookhaven Rd., Wallingford, Pa. 

Call, LaVeta Virginia 2106 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville, Ohio 

Callahan, Ella Jane Love St., Erwin 

Callaway, Lula Abbott Oak Park, Maryville 

Carr, James Norris R. D. 2, Malvern, Pa. 

Chandler, Ruth Beatrice 815 Wynnewood Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 

Chapman, Marilynn Louise 617 W. Pleasant St., Freeport, 111. 

Clark, Bobbie Lee R. D. 2, Maryville 

Clarke, Mary Sue 2047 Washington Ave., Knoxville 

Clayfoole, Peggy Riley 52 High St., Woodbury, N. J. 

Cofer, Teddie Louise 304 Masonic St., Millen, Ga. 

Conner, Evelyn Delores Gatlinburg 

Cook, Helen May Wharf St., Loudon 

Cooke, Madeline Anna 15601 Braemar Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 

Cooper, Miriam Joy Birchton, W. Va. 

CoPELAND, Sara Elizabeth 223 Circular Drive, Florence, Ala. 

Corbett, Louise Marian 3452 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Grain, William Frank 205 Mountain View Ave., Maryville 

Cross, Margaret Moore Brent, Ala. 

Crothers, Catherine Blanchan 310 Gates St., Maryville 

Cupp, Alfred Lloyd R. D. 10, Knoxville 

Davis, Minnie Lee R. D. 3, Rogersville 

Davis, Rebecca Ann R. D. 2, Sturgis, Ky. 

Davis, Wayne Everett Pike, Maryville 

Day, Mary Elizabeth R. D. 1, Rockwood 

deBrotzke, Robert Stephen 162 W. Second Ave., Roselle, N. J. 

*De Pew, Burl H 20 Wells Apts., Maryville 

Dick, Dorothy 203 Spring Ave., Hanover, Pa. 



♦Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



46 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



Dickinson, Mary Elizabeth 1113 Ninth St., Bradenton, Fla. 

DoNNALLY, Mary Lynn High Springs, Fla. 

Dunk, Betty Mae 17 W. Floral Ave., Pleasantville, N. J. 

Edmunds, Polly Gray 1408 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va. 

Edmundson, Eloise 609 W. Main St., Waxahachie, Texas 

Enloe, Louise Clarinda Judson, N. C. 

Enloe, Walter Winton Pigeon Forge 

Feeback, Verne Allen Walnut St., Cynthiana, Ky. 

Ferguson, Harry Lockhart Perulack, Pa. 

Fleming, Mary Mell 831 Techwood Drive, N. W., Atlanta, Ga. 

Fletcher, Mary Ella 515 St. Marks Ave., Westfield, N. J. 

Ford, Jean Leslie R. D. 1, Steubenville, Ohio 

Eraser, Harry Boulineau, Jr 504 River St., Palatka, Fla. 

Freeman, Ruth Lillian 6738 Woolston Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Garden, Margaret Rose Dandridge 

Garges, Rosalind Thayer, 311 E. Seventy-second St., New York, N. Y. 

♦Garrett, Hurdle Thomas R. D. 3, Corryton 

Garrett, Virginia Mary Box 176, Hendersonville, N. C. 

Glymph, Kathleen Matilda Fair Play, S. C. 

GoELLNER, Marian Jane 301 Perry St., St. Charles, Mo. 

GoLDiNG, Thomas Leo 6205 S. E. Forty-fifth Ave., Portland, Ore. 

Gouffon, Joe Charles 464 Scenic Drive, Knoxville 

GowANLOCK, June Mary 1219 Second Ave, Manatee, Fla. 

Graham, Ann Jasper 

Greene, Freeman Albert, Jr Sunset View, Maryville 

Griscom, Elwood C 321 Heulings Ave., Riverside, N. J. 

Grove, Melvin Craig Mascot 

Grubb, Joe Morton Washington Ave., Maryville 

Gutzke, Miriam Anne 701 Columbia Drive, Decatur, Ga. 

Haddow, Janet 112 Pilgrim Place, Valley Stream, N. Y. 

Hall, Mary Grace 303 College St., Maryville 

Hallam, Camie Lou 219 Seventh St., Dayton 

Hallaway, Joann Robbinsville, N. C. 

Hammock, Colvin Lee High St., Marjrville 

Hanford, Charles B 108 N. Twelfth St., Leesburg, Fla. 

Harper, Calvin C 62 Bell St., Alcoa 

Hatch, William Thompson 1204 Shelby Ave., Nashville 

Hawley, Eugenia Elizabeth Morganton Rd., Maryville 

Heckendorn, Miles J Port Royal, Pa. 

Helms, Claudia Sue Lanier St., Tryon, N. C. 

*Helton, Mary Anna R. D. 5, Maryville 

Hinson, Juanita Anne 5 Russel St., St. Augustine, Fla. 

Hitch, Tommie Joyce R. D. 2, Marjrville 

Holder, Nellie Melba Gatlinburg 



'Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



MARYVILLE COLLEGE 47 



HOLLINGSWORTH, Harvey Jilton Aluminum Ave., Alcoa 

Hopkins, William Thomas 132 Coulter St., Ardmore, Pa. 

HouDESHEL, John Howard Box 27, Branchville, Md. 

Humphreys, Erma Charles Tellico Plains 

*HuTTON, John Pickens R. D. 1, Maryville 

Iredell, Lucy Noreen 34 S. Main St., Woodstown, N. J. 

Irvine, Margaret Elizabeth Laurel St., Lake City, Fla. 

Jamison, Mary Evelyn McAllisterville, Pa. 

Johnson, Cynthia Mae 75 Pendleton Place, New Brighton, 

Staten Island, N. Y. 

Johnston, Mary Elizabeth 1 Herning Ave., Cranford, N. J. 

Jones, John 537 Kahkwa Blvd., Erie Pa. 

Jones, Ruth Waynesboro 

Justus, Dorothy Louise 2557 Magnolia Ave., Knoxville 

Keen, Jean Buckhorn, Ky. 

Kennie, Margaret Vernon Fayette St., Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Kenst, Edith Mae . 408 Maury St., Alcoa 

Keyes, Margaret Jeanne 65 Hamburg Ave., Sussex, N, J. 

King, Betty Lou 1932 Martin Mill Pike, Knoxville 

KiRSTEiN, John Audelbert 32 Sayles Rd., Biltmore, N. C. 

Kluth, Fred Carl 2236 W. 122nd St., Blue Island, El. 

Lane, Betty Jo Greenback 

Lane, June Evelyn 114 Magnolia Ave., Maryville 

McCoy, Bette Lou 209 Alberta St., Dayton, Ohio 

McDaniel, Fred Russell. R. D. 2, Loudon 

McFarland, Harold R. D. 1, Heidelberg, Miss. 

McGarity, Owen, Jr Clover Ave., Croydon, Pa. 

McInturff, Emma Lee Greenback 

McKnight, Mary Elizabeth 309 Gilland Ave., Kingstree, S. C. 

McLaren, Elizabeth Ann Twelfth Ave., New Brighton, Pa, 

Martin, Peggy Virginia* 516 Pennsylvania Ave., Bristol 

Mathews, Virginia Alleene Sharon, Conn. 

Megaw, Evelyn Ruth Bristol Rd., Churchville, Pa. 

Mehaffey, Carolyne Louise 1223 E. Church St., Salisbury, Md, 

Milam, Barbara Earle Pettus, W, Va. 

Miller, Wanda Lee 410 Standish St., Elgin, 111, 

Minear, Nell Louise 204 Waller Ave., Maryville 

Moore, Robert McAllister New Bloomfield, Pa, 

Muir, Martha Isabel 617 Hazel Ave,, Ellwood City, Pa. 

Murdoch, James Cameron, Jr W. Logan St., Tecumseh, Mich. 

Neal, Wanda Reeves Holston Drive, Knoxville 

OusLEY, Nell Lucille.- R. D. 2, Maryville 

Park, Ethel Florence 86 Market St., Potsdam, N. Y. 

Parks, Frances Ann 305 Woodlawn Ave., Newport 



•Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



48 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



Parrish, Stanley Nelson Box 128, Jefferson City 

Phillips, Chester William 623 S. Fifth St., Moorhead, Minn. 

Pierce, Charles Herbert 329 W. Main St., Norwich, Conn. 

Pope, George Maynard 1010 Washington Ave., Etowah 

Proffitt, Elizabeth Jane R. D. 2, Maryville 

Proffitt, Oscar Rankin R. D. 2, Maryville 

Proffitt, William Frederick R. D. 2, Maryville 

Raulston, Jean Mable 319 Wilson Ave., Maryville 

Raulston, June Mary 319 Wilson Ave., Maryville 

Reinhardt, Elizabeth Newlin Dickerson Rd., Nashville 

Renfro, Fred Higgins, N. C. 

Rettke, Audrey Jennie M 7557 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Rettke, Gordon Howard 2327 W. 121st Place, Blue Island, 111. 

Reynolds, Shirley Carolyn 700 Hoards Ferry, Dunwoody, Ga. 

Richardson, Thelma Louise 9 St. Marks PL, St. George, N. Y. 

Roberts, Hazel Jewel Talbott 

Rogers, Grace Leona 1202 Manatee Ave., Manatee, Fla. 

Ross, Sophia Marinell 411 Indiana Ave., Maryville 

RousH, Janet Ruth McAllisterville, Pa. 

Rutherford, George Frank . R. D. 3, Maryville 

Saunders, Raymond Douglas, 53 Gorham St., East Chelmsford, Mass. 

Sawmiller, Ralph Oris 704 N. Canal St., Delphos, Ohio 

Schenck, Ruth Eileen Dale, N. Y. 

Schuster, Paul William R. D. 1, Bellevue, Ohio 

Seel, David John 1512 Twenty-second St., Bradenton, Fla. 

Seel, Robert Edward 1512 Twenty-second St., Bradenton, Fla. 

Sellers, Ruby Pauline R. D. 1, Cocoa, Fla. 

Shearer, Barbara Anne 3116 Chestnut St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Short, Robert Dean 1472 Greenmont Ave., Pittsburgh 16, Pa. 

Shugarts, Marion Esther 2946 Oakford Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 

SiME, William Leiper 90-14 Whitney Ave., Elmhurst, N. Y. 

Sims, Charles Lester Apison 

SiSK, Catherine Steelman 217 Miller St., Maryville 

Slaton, John Conard R. D. 3, Dandridge 

Smiley, Lillian Maxine 7 N. State St., Danville, 111. 

Smith, Jean Frances 64 Lowell Rd., Kenmore, N. Y. 

Smith, Marion Lane 1428 S. Willett St., Memphis 

Smith, Warren Thomas 512 Clark St., Maryville 

Spears, John Arthur New St., Maryville 

Sprague, Byron Herbert 1273 State Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Stephens, Charolett Carleen City 4, Maryville 

Still, Frank, Jr 710 Lamont St., Johnson City 

Stock, Rose Juanita 1803 Woodlawn Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Stokesberry, Marjorie Lila 1619 Auburn St., Rockford, 111. 

Stone, Hubert Dean Sevierville Pike, Maryville 

Stone, Rose Louise Box 444, Lewisburg, W. Va. 



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Stout, Eleanor Marjorie 304 Sherman St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SwANSON, Beatrice Lydia R. D. 1, Box 252, Two Harbors, Minn. 

Taft, Phyllis 726 Second Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Tarwater, Jean Gate Jasper 

Tarwater, William Harmon Jasper 

Thomas, Earl William 806 Mulberry St., Loudon 

Thompson, Willlam R Oak St., Neenah, Wis. 

Toomey, Dorothy Ella 103 York St., Hanover, Pa. 

Townsend, June Armenia 253 New Jersey Ave., Absecon, N. J. 

ViCK, Daisy Eleanor Bybee 

Vineyard, Betty Blaine 

Waring, Mildred Constance 2320 Acushnet Ave., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Waters, Polly Griffitts 829 Broyles St., Maryville 

Watts, Edna Mae 201 Piedmont St., Galhoun, Ga. 

Wells, Mary Elizabeth 618 Main St., Cranbury, N. J. 

White, Elmer Lee : R. D. 5, Maryville 

White, Mary Jo 802 N. State St., Jerseyville, 111. 

Whitehead, Oneda Gail. Chilhowee 

Whitford, Irwin Robert 509 Twenty-first Ave., Paterson, N. J. 

Wickham, Miriam 908 W. Nineteenth Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

Wilkes, Mary Ann 1524 E. Colorado St., Glendale, Calif. 

WiLLOCKS, Robert Max 723 E. Main St., Maryville 

Wilson, Helen Marie 24 Church St., Fairview, Pa. 

Wilson, James Edward R. D. 1, Newport 

Witt, Margaret Ellen 1321 Eleanor St., Knoxville 

Wright, Billie Ruth Jamestown 

Wyatt, Lois Louise 3824 Homewood Rd., Mariemont, Ohio 

Yadon, Ada Louise R. D. 12, Knoxville 

Zimmerman, Jacob Shelly Cedar Cliff, Marshall, N. C. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



*Ball, Lola Elizabeth 

HousLEY, Lola Collins- 
*Kidder, David Harwell- 
*Maguire, Helen Marie— 



R. D. 1, Marion, N. C. 

Melvin Rd., Maryville 

8514 Fiftieth Ave., Berwyn, Md. 

Box 307, Altamont, N. Y. 

*Pieper, Archibald Franklin Elm St., Maryville 

*Proffitt, Mary Rankin Maryville 

*Storey, Anna Lee Everett St., Maryville 

♦Summers, Ada Florence Box 347, Mullins, S. C. 

*Wilde, Betty Lee Locust Rd., Brielle, N. J. 

♦Withers, Bernice West Maryville 



♦Enrolled in the 1942 Summer Session only. 



50 MARYVILLE COLLEGE 



STUDENTS TAKING WORK IN THE FINE ARTS ONLY 
Without college enrolment or college credit 

Atchley, Hubert, Music . Alcoa 

Belcher, Geraldine, Music Alcoa 

Brown, Robert, Dramatic Art Maryville 

Brown, Mary Evelyn, Dramatic Art Maryville 

Carson, James Cooke, Mv^ic .'. Madisonville 

Case, Mary, Music Maryville 

Cathcart, Berniece, Music Maryville 

Cathcart, Ruth, Music Maryville 

CoADA, Dorothy Jean, Music Maryville 

Cornett, Wallace, Music Alcoa 

Crawford, Carolyn, Music Maryville 

CuMMiNGS, James McClure, Music Maryville 

Cummings, Janet Esther, Music Maryville 

CuMMiNGS, Margaret Anne, Music . Maryville 

DuGGAN, Ruth, Music Knoxville 

Dunn, Nancy Phyllis, Dramatic Art Maryville 

Evans, Charles, Jr., Music Alcoa 

Gates, Anne Catherine, Music Maryville 

Gibson, Jean, Dramatic Art Maryville 

GODDARD, Mrs. V. F., Music Alcoa 

HUDDLESTON, ALICE, Music MaryviUe 

Huddleston, Elizabeth Ann, Music Maryville 

HuDDLESTON, Jane, Dramatic Art Maryville 

Justus, Ruth Anna, Music Maryville 

KiDD, Dorothy Jean, Music Maryville 

Lloyd, Louise, Music Maryville 

Longmire, Mabel, Music Maryville 

McCroskey, William, Music Maryville 

Martin, Grady, Music Maryville 

Moore, Ben, Music Knoxville 

Orr, Mildred, Music Maryville 

Orr, Ruth, Music Maryville 

Roberts, Mrs, Bruce, Music ; Alcoa 

Thomas, Dorothy Jean, Music . _._Maryville 

Warren, Elizabeth, Music Marjrville 

Williams, Charles E., Music Maryville 



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GENERAL SUMMARY 



CLASSIFICATION BY CLASSES 

Senior Class 153 

Junior Class 132 

Sophomore Class 181 

Freshman Class 215 

Special Students 10 



Total number of Students 691 

Note : Above fig-ures cover the period from June, 1942, to June, 1943, but do not include 
duplications. Of the above numbers the following attended the 1942 Summer Session 
only : Seniors, 6 ; Juniors, 2 ; Sophomores, 4 ; Freshmen, 4 ; and Specials, 9 ; Total 25. 



CLASSIFICATION BY STATES 

Alabama 12 New York 43 

Arkansas 8 North Carolina 24 

California 1 Ohio 30 

Connecticut 5 Oklahoma 1 

Delaware 3 Oregon - 1 

District of Columbia 7 Pennsylvania 86 

Florida 39 Rhode Island 2 

Georgia 23 South Carolina 5 

Illinois 18 South Dakota 1 

Indiana 4 Tennessee 239 

Iowa 2 Texas 6 

Kentucky 13 Virginia 6 

Maine 1 Washington 2 

Maryland 13 West Virginia 6 

Massachusetts 10 Wisconsin 3 

Michigan 3 Wyoming 1 

Minnesota 3 Africa - 3 

Mississippi 4 India 1 

Missouri 3 Korea 1 

New Jersey 59 Puerto Rico 2 

New Mexico 2 

Total number of Students 691 

Total number of States and Countries 41 

ENROLMENT IN 1942 SUMMER SESSION 

These are included in the classification figures above. The Summer Session is part of 
the War-time Accelerated Program. 

Seniors 53 Freshmen 20 

Juniors 42 Specials 9 

Sophomores 34 ^^^^1 _3^ 



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INDEX 



Page 

Academic Standing 17 

Accelerated Program 19 

Administration, Officers of 5 

Admission to the College 21 

Alumni Association 20 

Army Air Forces 19, 26 

Art 23, 28 

Artists' Series 16 

Bible 23 

Biology 23 

Calendar, College 1943-1944 ._-. 2 

Chemistry 23 

Committees, 1942-1943 4 

Courses of Instruction 23-26 

Curriculum 18 

Degrees Conferred 31-33 

Degrees Offered 22 

Directors, The 3 

Dramatic Art 23, 28 

Economics 24 

Education 24 

English 24 

Entrance Requirements 21 

Expenses 27, 28 

Extra-Curricular Activities 19 

Faculty 5 - 14 

Fine Arts 28 

French 24 

General Information 17-20 

German 24 

Graduation Requirements 22 

Greek 24 

History 25 



Page 

Home Economics 25 

Honor Societies 29 

Honors Work 29 

Italian 25 

Latin 25 

Libraries 19 

Location and Plant 17 

Majors 22 

Mathematics 25 

Music 25, 28 

Payments 28 

Philosophy .. 25 

Physical Education 25 

Physics 26 

Political Science 26 

Portuguese 26 

Pre-Professional Study 22 

Prizes 30 

Psychology 26 

Purpose 17 

Regulations 19 

Religious Education 23 

Religious Program 18 

Rooms 18 

Self-Help 18 

Sociology 26 

Spanish 26 

Special Students 21 

Speech 26 

Students, Register of 34-51 

Summer Session 19, 27 

Visiting Speakers 15, 16 

War-Time Program 18