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COPYRIGHT 
19 3 3 

ROBERT L McCALLIE 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

WM. C. THOMPSON 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



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QUIPS & 
CRAN KS 

19 3 3 

PUBLISHED BV THE 
STUDENT BODY OF 

DAVIDSON 
C OLLEG E 



FOREWORD 




^VIDSON'S student 
life is in itself homoseneous and simple. Davidson's 
spirit is emblematic of the unpretentious denying itself 
the luxuries of form and show. Davidson's faculty, like 



her students, are alike in tastes and in pursuits. David- 
son's traditions are Few but powerful, making evident the 
sameness of the mould in which we are all cast. David- 
son's athletics speak eloquently of this same spirit of 
modesty. Davidson's activities add voices of modula- 
tion to the general tone. 

Of this life without superfluity and unwanted ostenta- 
tion Davidson's Yearbook attempts to speak. Therefore 
with simple lines and plain colors we have built a monu- 
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The Class of 1933 respectfully dedicates 
this volume of the Quips and Cranks to its 
best friend/ example and counselor/ to him 
who is the personification of all that is and 
should be the Davidson Spirit, Captain 
Norton Goodier Pritchett. 




CAPTAIN NORTON G. PRITCHETT 



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ACTIVITIES 
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Walter Lee Lingle 
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FACULTY 




QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



The Trustees 

Officers (if the Trustees 



Dr. R. a. Dunn . 
Mr. H. S. Richardson 
Mh. S. a. Robinson 
Mh. I''. L. Jackson 



President 

.Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Exec lit ix'e Cti III III it tee 



Dii. R. A. Di'nn, ex-officio , . 

Ml!. S. A. Robinson, ex-offieio 
Mr. J. A. Cannon 
Rev. a. a. McLkan 
Dr. C. R. Wilcox 
Mr. H. \. I'liARit 



Mr. H. S. Richardson 
Mr. W. .1. RouiJEY 
Mr. .S. (i.Av Williams 
Dr. H. W. .M.Kay 



Chairman 
Secretari/ 



FiiKiiice Com iiiitlec 



Dr. R. a. Di'NN 



Mr. II. \. I'llARR 



Mr. W. ,1. Roi)i)EY 



Kdiieiitiiiii Ciiiii mitti'e 

Dr. R. a. Di'nn, e.r-officio Dr. C. R. Wilco.x 

Mr. II. S. Richardson 

Walter I,. Lincile, e.i-officio President 

J. M. McCoNNELi., ex-officio Dean 

Ihiildiiigs anil (Iniiiiids Cmnmittee 

Mr. S. Clay Williams Rev. A. A. McLean 

Mr. J. A. Cannon Dr. H. W. McKay 

Walter L. Lingle, ex-offieia President 

F. L. Jackson, ex-officio Treasurer 

Biiilf/et Committee 

Dr. R. A. Dunn Mr. S. Clay Williams 

Walter L. Lingle, ex-officio President 

F. L. Jackson, ex-offieio Treasurer 



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Administration 



Mark Eixjak Skxtklle 

Dean of Students 

A.B.. M.A. (Daviilsiin), M.A. (Vale). D.I).. LL.I). 



Joseph Moouh McConnicll 
Dean of Distructiun 



A.B. (Davidson), M.A.. Tli.D. (U: 
Virginia), (Cdlumliia I'liivo 



Frank Lee Jackson 

Treasurer 

B.S. (Davidson). (_.!'. A. 

William Richard Grey 

J ice-President 

A.Ii. (Davids.in). I'll. I). i.ImIhk I li>i,l<iM,s). 

MvRON Wallace McCiill 

Auditor 

B.S, (Davidson), 

John Payne Williams 

Dean of Freshmen 

B,S. (Davi.lson). (Coliinibia I'nivi-rsity). M.A. 

(New York University). 

I'redekick William IIe.vceveld 

lieffistrar and Seeretari/ of tin- Faeull// 

B.S. (Daviils(Mi). 




PBOF. WILLIAMS MR.HENGEVELD 



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PROF. FLEAOLB DRUOU/LES 

PROF, BAJI.I.S' 1>R iv'.virr; 

PROP. BLVTHK- PROl^- BBATY 




DR. CUNAJVlINi; 



PROK GOLDIHRE 



Languase 

Calki) Richmond Hahdino 

Greek I^anguaqe and Literature 

A.B., M.A. (Davidson). I'li.D. (Johns Hopkins). 

William Richard Grey 

Latin Language and Literature 
A.Ii. (I)aviilsun), IMi.D. (Jolins Hoplcins). 

EinviN Fkanci.s Shewmake 
English iMuquaqe and literature 
A.li. (William and Matv). M.A. (Columbia Univer- 
sity). I'll. I). (University of Virginia). 

Edward Jones Erwin 

English Language and Literature 

A.B., M.A. (Davidson). (Columbia University), 

(University of Cliicago). 

Fred Kurtland Fleagle 

Spanixh Language and Literature 

.\.I1.. M.A. (Universitv of MicliiKanl. (University of 

I'orti> liico), (tiniversity of Cbieago). 

(ii ^ Richard Vowles 
Ciernian Language and Literature 
\.H. (Vankton College), B.A.. M.A. (Oxford Univer- 
sity), Ph.D. (University of Chicago), Litt.D. 

John Crooks Bailey, Jr. 
Greek Language and Literature 
A.H. (Davidson), M.A. (Johns Hopkins), (Universi- 
ty of \'irginia), (University of Chicago), 

George Byron Watts 
French Language and Literature 
A.H. (Darlniuntlii. M..\.' ( H.irvard), Ph.D. (Univer- 
sity of Minii,s,,t., I. ilTiiMTsity of Berlin), 
(University of Montpelier). 

Fred Leroy Blythe 
Spanish language and Literature 
.\.B. (I)avi(l~..ii i. M.'\. I'liiiversitv of North Caro- 
lina!. (Uni\.-iMl\ .il ( liir.iL'ol. (Colunihia Universi- 
tv). (IniMiMli Ml \ir;:iiiial. (University of Mad- 
rid). (N.itiuiial L'i!i\er.silv of Mexico). (Middle- 
bury Spanish School), (El Centre de Estudios His- 
toricos de Madrid). 

Ernest Albert Be.\ty 
Latin Language and Literature 
.\ n (Da\idson), M.A. (Universitv of South Caro- 
lina). M.A. (Columbia Universitv), B,D, (Columbia 
Theological Seminary). 

William Patterson Gumming ( i fl] 
English Language and Literature 
A,B, (Davidson), M,A„ Ph.D. (Princeton), (Univer- 
sity of Chicago). 

AuGUSTiN Victor Goldiere 

French and Spanish 

A.n. (Dartmouth). M.A. (Vale Graduate School). 

(Universitv of Caen). (University of Xorth Caro 

lina). (University of Cliicago), (El Centro de 

Estudios Historicos de Madrid). 



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DC I ence 

John Leiohton Doucji-as 

Pure Mathematics 

A.B.. M.A. (Davidson). LL.D. (Johns Hopkins). 

James McDowell Douglas 

Physicx 
A.n.. M.A. (Daviilson). rii.l). (.lolms Hopkins). 

John Wilson MacCo.vnell 

Pit i/siologi/ and Ili/giene 

A.I).. M.A. (Diivi(l.son). M.D. (Univer.sity of Mary 
University). (Univers 
Etlinliurgli). 

William Woodhull Wood 

Applied Mathematics and Astronomi/ 

A.n.. C'.K. (TTiiversity of Virginia). 

IIowahi) Bell Auiu'ckle 

Che mist ri/ 

A.B.. M.A. (Ilanipcleii-Sv(liH-vl. Pli.D. (Jolins 
Hopkins). 

William Lorimer Porter 

Geology and Geography 

A.n. (I-arkio College). A.I).. M.A. (Vale). 

Scott Carey Lyon 

Biologi/ 

A.B.. M.A.. D.Se. (.Sontliwestern I'roslivterian fni- 

versitv), M.A. (Tulane Univeisifv l. (University of 

Cliicago). 

Oscar Julius Thies, Jr. 

Chemistry 

U.S.. M.A. (Davidson). M.A. (Cornell). (Massaclui- 
.setts Institute of Teclinology). 

William Nelson Merane, Jr. 

Mathematics 

B.S. (Davidson). (Virginia rolvteelniic Instifnio). 
.M.A. (Cornell). 

Henry Emmett Fulcher 

Physics 

B.S.. .M.A. (University of Virsinia). (William and 

Mary). (University of Chicago). 

John Thomas KiMBRoutiii 
Mathcjnatics 
B.S. iDavid.son). (University of Kentucky), (Carne- 
gie Institute of Technology). 

Emmett Smyer Brannon 

Biology 

A.n. (Davidson). 




PROF. >ABiSAMfi PROF- F-ULCHEIV 




PROF. HlMBROUGl 



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Mark Eikjau Skntkllio 

r/iilnxiii,liii (111(1 Bible— A.B.. ^r.A. (Davi(lsi)Ti). M.A 

(Valel. D.I).. LL.l). 

Joseph Moore McConnell 

lliyihuii .\,H. (Davi(l.son). M.A.. I'li.D. (University 

of Virginia), (Columbia University). 

Thomas Wilson Linole 

llisl,,,!/ A.B.. M.A. (Davi(I.son). I'li.D. (I.eipsic). 
(Priiii'.-lini). (Hei(lelberft). (Strau.sburs ami (Neucli- 
tel), (Sorboiine). 

Archibald Currie 

lir.inuniiis anil I'nJifirnI Heiciirr A.H. (Davidson). 
((■<ilnMil)ia University), (Cciniell). 

Frazer Hood 

/'.s//r/,„/.,f///— A.B. (Soutbwestern), M.A.. rMi.D. 

(YalV). (.lohns Hopkin.s), (Cliicaso), I,itt,I). 

Charles Malone Richards 

BihU- mill PI,ilosophl/—A.B. (Davidson). D.D. 

Kenneth Joseph Fohema.v 

rhiliixiiplni aiirl Bible— A.Yi. (Davidson). M.A 
(I'rineetoii). S.T.B. and S.T.M. (Princeton), (Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania). 

Cecil Kenneth Brown 

/..■i-.„„„»„-.s— A.B. (D.ividson). M.A.. Ph.D. (Univer- 
sity of North Carolina). (University of Besancon). 
(Columbia University). 

John Payne Williams 

lliisini'xi! Admiitixfrnfion—B.S. (Davidson). (Columbia 
University). M.A. (New York liniversity). 

Norton Goodier Pritciiett 

riiiislral ErfHrafioii— (University of Tennessee). 
(University of Louisville), (University of Wiscon- 
sin), (Harvard University). 

Louis Bevens Schenck 

Bible- -.\.l^. (Davidson), B.D. (Union Theological 
Seminary). S.Th.M (Princeton). 

Price Henderson Gwynn, Jr. 
ICihiiiitiiiii — A.B.. M.A. (University of North Caro- 
lina), B.D. (Y'ale Divinity School). Ph.D. (Y'ale). 

Andrew Heath Whittle 

Phiisienl E(hirr,fioii—B.S. (Davidson). 



Military 



Major John T. Kiiett 

Mllilnni Srience and Tartir, Mmjot U. S. A., A.B. 

(University of South Carolina), (l.S.C. Eligible Jist 

Graduate G. & G. S. School. Infantry School D. O. 

L. Advanced Course. 

Franklin Miller Cochran 

Militani flrienre mill Tactics— Capt. Inf. U. S. A., 
(U, S. A. Infantry School). 

Charles W. Seifert 

Militnn/ Scieiicr and Tactics— Capt. Int. V. S. A.. 
G.M.G. (Infantry School). 



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Jerome B. Clark 
President of the Student Body 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




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Ivi^FFERTY WEST 

Student Government 

OFFICERS 

Jerome B. Clark President 

John W. Lafkerty Vice-President 

Ji'LiAN \V. West lice-President 

John C Mackorell Secretari/Treas-iirer 

The Student Council 

1 9 3 S 
Eugene Bolivia Cannon John Robert Howard 

Jerome Bayard Clark Duncan Daniel McBryde 

Robert Glascjow, Jr. Walter Allen Mehane 

Edward Bruce Pearody 

10 SI, 
William Tii'ton Johnson Frederick I>ewis Smvre 

Lanier Ward Pratt Julian William West 

losr, 

Gordon IIaviland Brown Douclas McKay Glasgow 

Ernest Fredehick McPhail 



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TWRIGHT RIl/ES POTWBLL KOSE 



The Court oF Control 



1933 



William Adams Flinn, Judge 
David Meade Bernard, Jr. 



Frederick Irvin Dickerson 
Charles Roy Wright 



193i 



Charles Rive> 



Edward Lewis Powell 



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Dewey Milton Hutciiins Ben Lacy Rose 



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THE CLASSES 




W. Allen Medane, Jr. 
President 



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Officers of the Senior Class 







Senior Classj History 

"Four Years licfarc llic Fast" 

Muses, fill (iiir licarls u-ilh hupp// hours 

Sjiciil Ill-re true to our hopes. This life of ours 

So steepiil through these four hrimmincj college i/ears 

Leases llioughts too deep — and poets in arrears — 

Here to lie full if told. This verse, some bread. 

And Thou, <) Muse, perforce must bravely tread 

This deeplij storied path alone, 

(The jug of icine perforce forgone). 

lie not our plan unceasinglij to prate 

'Pon siuf/le heroes' deeds, or that estate 

Whereinto all our men did fall when first 

Thei/ u old 11 came to quench Pierian thirst. 

But were he-capped and straitli/ hade -withhold 

Their eager feet from ex'cri/ hiade, anil told 

To humhlii acquiesce in all. (.Ih, then, 

O Milton, xcouldst thou had been here!) But men 

Met men, now face to face, and spirit keen 

Prevailed, the strongest ei'er to be seen. 

And now Tiyne swiftly sped at Fate's behest. 

Despairing e'er on earth to keep abreast 

Of such a group of men. The picture gleams; 

One barkens hack to times on Bihlic streams 

When such a group, with like but shorter name. 

Here in their land accorded lasting fame. 

And knoxcn as "David's Mighty Men," 

(For there is valour 7ioiv as then!) 



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A second i/car UTOught icidcr still a change 
From that he-cappi'd era xvhencc they came; 
The challenge hnth to mind and limb teas met, 
.Ind better teams than had been nurtured yet 
Arose in grim array. And minds that had 
The first year been restrained became no7C' mad 
To proi'e their learned mettle, 
(And all great problems settle!) 

"Jl'ise fools" we rcere, 'with legend in accord, 

lint cinning years dispelled the term abhorred ; 

Ji'ise fools no more, but wise. Our strength we learned 

To humbly sliorc but stoutly use; and earned 

The high esteem of those teith xvhom tee strove. 

As of the prize our xcork deserved we hove 

In I'iew. The first Fresh class to pll the halls 

Of Chambers, and — the first Soph class the thralls 

Of Soph Day to delete; the only class 

To ever plant a tree, thus to the mass 

Of future men a leafy souvenir 

To dedicate — to cherish and revere. 

And so the list groxcs on, stopped mil y by 

The limit of our space; 'twere vain to try 

Herein our many 'chinwments to record. 

Or here the nuni'rous laurels to aicard 

That Time must surely make, 

(Awahen, Father Time, Awake!) 

In closing years the picture changed again; 

A deeper vision stirred now thinking men, 

.Ind took the semblance of a sober pause 

Upon the brink of Time's stark cliff; because 

(More closely interwoven in their souls 

Than had been thought ), appeared now distant goals 

To which to strii'e, not just to visualise. 

Diplomas now at hand bring clearer eyes 

To see the far horizon, from which note 

Comes Duty's call. The ways, I knozv not how. 

Life's call to each of you is made this day — 

— You — the bar? — And you — to far Cathay? — 

Then wait! Before you leave, promise me 

That in your hearts the Class of Thirty-Three 

You will in mind forever closely hold, 

.ind, grateful, bind icifh memory's thread of gold 

This volume, filled with treasured lore, 

( .Ind pledges ring: " Forevermore!" ) 

— Duncan McBryde, '33. 



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lOIlN I'liKSSl,^' AI.I'.XANDKK 

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UaihiUir of Sclriicc 



Sh^im IM Sis: 




[{OlM'.irr IlAliRlSON ALDERMAN \{\ 

I'l.OIIKNlK, S. C. 

liuclicliir of Sclfiicc 
Pi Kai'pa I'm 

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BROOKE EM PIE ALLEN 
H ii,mix(;ton, X. c. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Phi Gamma Delta 

(Imirniii Delta Kappa; Varsity Cliecr Leader; Captain 
It. I). T. C; SialilianI and Blaile; Pi Delta Alpha; Monitor. 
•:i:i, '■.H; "D" Club; Manager Sluilents' Store; College 
Kilie Team; Principle 4th Corps Area. '32; R. O. T. C. 
Ilille Team. 



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GEORGE ELBERT BAILY 

HICKORY, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball; Manager Varsity 
Basketball; Glee Club, '30, '31, '32; Captain R. O. T. C; 
Seabbard and Blade; Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class; 
"D" Club; Athletic Council; Reporters' Club; Mu Beta Psi. 





ROBERT IIENTY BAKER, .JR. 

MOOUESVILLE, N. C. 



Pi Delia 
Chemistry 



Bachelor of Science 
Alpha; Camma Sigma Epsilon ; Assistant in 



PEARL BOWERS BEACHL^L .IR. 

WADKSBOliO, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bi:ta TiiiOTA Pi 

Freshman Football Squad, '20; Varsity Football Sciuad, '31; 
Freshman Baseball Squad, '30; 165 lb. Boxing Champion. 




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i)A\ II) .mi:ai)f, hkknahi) 

.1 A( KSO.WII.I.l:, FLA. 

liachrlor of Scicicc 

Kaim'a Ai.riiA 

Kn-slilnaii Kiiolhiili ; N'arsilv F<ii>lh;ill S.iiiad; Kri-slirri:in /, 

Daskflljall; Varsilv liaskctliall S.|nail: CcmmI i<( (untnil; IP 

I'an-llollfiiii- Couniil. \1 



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CHARLES EUGENE BETTIS 

MOKKISTOWN, TENN. 

Bachelor of Science 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 



i Beta Kappa; Krosliriiaii Basketball; Fiesliinan Track; 
iisitv 'Iraik; Sisriia Pi Si^'rlla; Delta Pi Kappa; Hdiiiir 
11; LalHiraliiiv Assistant ill Physics; Editorial Stair 

i;w ami Cnniks. ■;!!, ':I2. 





FRANCIS HAVENS BIXLER 

HADDENFIELD, N. J. 

Bachelor of Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Freshman Track; Siania Delta Pi: President Sigma Delta 
Pi; Giee Club, '31, '32. '33. 



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HARRY KENNKTH 15()L ( IlKlt 

DAIMASCt'S, VA. 

Bachelor of Science 

SlGiVIA I'm El'SILON 
Freshman Basketball; Varsity liaskethall. '.■il, •:i-->. '33. 




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THOMAS ANDRE\\' liOWLES. JR. 

DECATI'K, ALA. 

Bachelor of Science 
Si(iMA Alpha Im'.silon 




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BENJAMIN EAKI.F, UKADSIIKR 

MEHANE, X. C. 

Bachelor of ficieiice 

Varsily Baseball: Ciiptain Varsitj' Baseball: "D" Club; 
Inshnian Baseball: Freslmian Football: Seeretary-Treas- 
Lller --n" riuh: Athletic Cniuieil. 



PAUL FREDERICK BROWN 

ATLANTA, (iA. 
Bachelor of Arts 

Phi Beta Kappa; Oinicron Delta Kappa; Beaver Club; Var- 
sity Baseball: Freshman Track; Champion Gymnast. '32: 
Red and Black Masquers; Captain K. (). T. C: Captain 
Killc Teani: llonorarv Fralciriilx ( ..iiii.il : Sr. il.li.ircl ami 
Blade; liilcrnatiuiial "Uchili.in- I 'iili; Miilii mu-hl, i'ln: 
SiKiiia Delia I'si; Cannna Sii;iii.i l,pMi..ii, |ji-li.li Assist- 
ant; Chcniistrv Assislaiil ; rrcsi.Knl V. M. C. A.; -V 
Board of C(nitrol; Alunnd Medal. 





SIMEON JOSEPH BRYANT. JR. 

BUAMWELL, W . VA. 
Bachelor of Arts 
V Koll: Assistant in History. 



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HERMAN SPENCER CALDWELI, 

MOOBESVILLE, N. C. 

Bachelor (if Science 





THOMAS PRICE CALDWELL 

YAZOO CITY, MISS. 

Bachelor of Science 

Eumenean Literary Society; Alternate Varsity Debater; 
Golf Team, '30, '31. '32, '33; Captain and Maniiger Golf 
Team, '33; "D" Club; Athletic Council: Honor Roll. 



JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN 

LAUBINBUHCJ, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Eta Sigma Phi; Delta Phi Alpha; Glee Cluh: First Lieu- 
tenant K. O. T. C; Assistant in Psychology; Honor Roll. 




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WOODIiOW WILSON CAI.KiAN 

WADKSIlOliO, N. C. 

Bachelor (if Arts 

Pi Kaim'a I'm 

Cilee Club, '30, '31. '32, '33: President of CIcc Club: Or- 
chestra. '30. 31, '32, '33: ManaKiiift Kditiir Tin- Yiiwl : 
Associate Editor Tlir Ynirl: Delta I'lii Alplia; Delta I'i 
Kappa; Mu Heta I'si : Ela .Sii-jiia I'lii. 



ANGUS GRAHAM CAMPBELL 

DE FUNIAK .SPRINtiS, I'LA. 

Bacliclor of .Irts 
Pill Dklta Tiieta 





EUGENE BOLIVL\ CANNON 
roanokk rapids, n. c. 

Bachelor of Science 
SioMA Alpha Epsilon 



Kreshniaii Football: Varsity Football, 
man Track; Varsity Track, '31, '32, '3: 
dent Council: First Lieutenant R. O. 
Blade; "D" Club: Pi Delta Alplia. 



I. '32. '33: Fresh- 
■•V" Cabinet: Stu- 
C: Scabbard and 



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liven DURANT CASHION 

DAXinSON', X. ('. 



liaclulor of Sciriicc 

I); Sc-abli;nil and lilaili': Caiilaiii K. (). 'P. C. ; Assistant 

If l.usiM.ss. 





JEROME 15AYARn CLARK. JR. 

FAYETTKVILLK, N. C. 

liachrjnr of Arts 
Sigma Alpha Epsu.on 

(laiiiTon Delta Kappa: Beaver Club; President Student 
liiidy: Football Squ.id: "Y"' Cabinet; Court of Control: 
.Student Council: "D" Club: President Junior CIa.s.s. 



LLEWELLYN BROOKS COLQLITT. JR 

COLUMBUS, GA. 

Bachelor of Arts 




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RUDOLPH EVANDER CONOLEY 

AVON PARK, FLA. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Si(iMA Phi Epsilon 

Hiiiid. foni- ycais; DiuTii Majiir; Kirst Sergeant and First 
l.ic-ul.-ii,nil ill l(. (). T, f.; ScMhliard and Blade; Baseball 



JOHN Sl'AC'H CREECH 

WINSTON-SALIOM, N. C. 
liiiclirlor of .Iris 

PlII (lAMMA DkLTA 

Football Squad; Track Squad; Captain Sopliomore Tennis 
Business Staff of Quips and Cranks: Sigma Delta Psi 
Honorary Fraternity Council; Sigma Delta Pi. 





DANIEL SMITH CURRIE. JR. 

PARKTON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Camnia Sigma Epsilon; Pi Delta Alpba; Glee Club; Wrestl- 
ing Squad; Captain Junior Class Football; Assistant in 
Political Science; Assistant in Physical Education; Eu- 
nienean Literary Society. 



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SAMUEL VENABI.E DANIEL. JR. 

HONTINCfTOM, W. VA. 

Bachelor of Science 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Varsity Wrostiins MaiLi^er: Allik-tk- r(mmil: "D" Club. 





THOMAS McILWAINE DAVIS 

WA.XIIAW, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Eta SiKliia Plii; .\ssist.-uit in KiiKlisli; rrcsidiMit of Stu- 
tlents' Sunday Si-ImmiI Class; Lieutenant li. o. f. C.; Minis- 
terial Band. 



FRED IR\1X DIC'KERSOX, JR. 

(iiii':i':Nsi!oii(), N. c. 

Bachelor of Science 

Kappa Alpha 

Lees-McRae .luiiior College for two years; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Varsity Basketball: Varsity Track; Winner of De- 
catlilon Tropby in ':f2; Winner of SiRnia Delta Psi Trophy 
in ■.■!:.■; "D" Club; Couit of Control. 




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ISAAC KI.MKH DICKKNSON. .(H. 

IlAIUUSONliriK;, VA. 

llacliilor (if Sciciirc 
I'l Kaim'a Ai.riiA 

Chiss Athli'lii-s: Yuul Shiff. 



FRANK I.KAKK KLVERY 

TAMl'A, FLA. 

Hack, ■lor of Arts 
SiiiMA I'm Ki'sii.ox 

Ministerial Fellowsliip; Assisl.iiil In K.hioation: Clas 
Volleyball: Class Basehall. 





FRED BOND FLEAGLE 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Kappa Sigma 



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l'....lli;ill: I'i,-.liMian Track; Varsity Football; 
i.k ( ,i].I:mii Iruk; "D" Club; Treas. of Sigma 
I'Mi 11, llriiK (uniidl; Studeiits' Store Board; 
rrnrr lin-iaid ji:isli Record. 



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WILIJAM ADAMS FLINN 

ATLANTA, (iA. 

lliicliclor (if Science 
Kai'I'a Alpha 

Omicron Delta Kappa; '■»" Club; Sigma Upsilon; Presi- 
dent of Le Ceii-le Kraneais; Sigma Delta Psi ; Varsity 
Footl)all; Varsity Traflc; Beaver Club; Judge of Court of 
Control: "Y" Cabinet; "Y" Board of Control; Red and 
Black Masquers: First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C; Scal)l)ar<l 
and Blade: Honorary Fraternity Council. 





REED HALL FLOW 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 
Bachelor of Arts 
Band: Glee Club; Secuiid l.iculciiaiil in Band. 



K()15KliT LEK FORIUS 

CiUEENSnOHO, N. C. 

Bachelor of .Irts 

Eumenean Literary Societ>'; Ministerial Band: l-'icslii 
Track; Varsity Wrestling. 




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WllAHLY MOORE FREEZE 

.MOOHKSVILLIO, N. C. 

Bachrlor of Sririirr 




CIIARI.KS WESLEY FREEMAN, JR. 

llJfAMWlOLl., W. VA. 

liachfliir (if Science 
Piii Gamma Dklta 




JAMES WAYTE FULTON 

DANVILLE, VA. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Eumenean Liteiaiv Society; Red ami Black Masquers; 
Freshman Debating Team; Assistant in Bilile; Honorary- 
Fraternity Council; Alpha Phi Epsilon: Ministerial Fellow- 
ship; Freshman Track. 



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ULRK H BORDEN CJARDNER 

DECATUR, (iA. 

Bachelor of Science 

Kappa Sigma 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Captain of Freshman Football; 
Varsity Football; Captain of Varsity Football; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Athletic Association; "D" Club; Athletic Council. 




ROBERT GLASGOW, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Phi Delta Thkta 



Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Council; "V" Cabine 
Board of Control; "D" Club; Secretary and Treasi 
Junior Class; A'isj.^tMiit clieer Leader; Manager 
man H;iskclliMll : Shhl.ni Mnie Board of Control; 

Iti'lMli.iii- : i.lce Club; Fresh 



Adv 
Box 



Bus 



M.i 



irer of 

Fresh- 

Inter- 

Track ; 

niirl CriDiks: Tntra-Mural 

t tVililntt Hmiillmtk; Delta 




ALEXANDER NEVIL GEE 

SHELBY, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 




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WILLIAM FRANCIS GRKF.N 

Die KUNIAK SPUINGS, I'LA. 
Bachelor of Arts 

1*111 Dl'.l.TA 'I'llKIA 
r:ilMiiT (■|>llc-Ki' loi Two V.-ais. 




ALIlii: I) HOLT (.RANT 

MKHANi:, X. C. 

Jlitrlirhir (if Si'iriic- 
I'm Dki.ta Tuiota 



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KreshriiMn Tniik: Cniirt cif (iMihcii: Atlili-lic Cimm-il; "D" / 
Club; MiiriiiKiT (if Ti-iiiris; l':iri 1 Iclli'iiii- Courii-il; Inter- l'^ 
natioinil Ki-hiliims Cluh: N'i.i- I'li-siiU-ril of IiitiTnatiiiiial \ 

i 
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Ki-I:iti(ins Cliilii Assi^taril Kocilli.ill M 




ROBERT KENNEDY (iREGORY 

JACKSONVILLK, t'LA. 

Bach, -I or of Arts 
Pi Kai'I'a Alpha 

Freslirii.in Foiilliall: FresliTiiaii Wrestliii:;: Sij-'iiia Pi Siirma. 



Fortij-sur 



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EDWARD ()\VINC;S (iUKRRANT 

I'ASADENA, CM.. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Phi Delta Tiikta 

Phi Beta Kappa; Oiiiioniii Delta Kappa; Ivlihii in 

of The f)arirlsu,iiriii: I'i Delta Ai|)lia; (Mil.lni ii 

porters' Club; Iiiteniatioiiai Itelatimis (lull. Mm 
Editor of Qiiijis and Cnniks: MauaKiiis; KiIiNh hI 
Darkhmiiiiii: Delta I'i Kappa; V. M. C. A. Cabinet; A 
ant in Bible; Honor Roll. 





WILIJAiM BLAIR (iWYN 
xoiri'ii w iLivi:si!ono, N. c. 

Bachelor of Science 
Phi Delta Theta 



EDWARD ALEXANDER HANCOCK 

m.lEFIELD, \\ . VA. 

liachelor of Arts 

Kappa Alpha 

Delta Pi Kappa; Sigma Upsilon; International Relations 
Club; President of Red and Black Masquers; Book Review 
Editor of The Duvklsimian ; Assistant in History; Vice- 
President of Eumenean Literary Society; Library Assist- 
ant; Assistant Editor of Quips and Cranks. 




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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




JAMKS KNOX HAl{HlN(;i'()N 

HKD Sl'HIN{iS, N. C. 

liachi'lor of Science 

Kresliiiian I!;isi'li;ill : L'l.iss I' ball; Class Basi-hall: Assist- •( 

ant in Biolojiy. ''j 



WH.I.IAM LUTHER HOLSHOUSER 

liLOWlNG ROCK, N. C. 
Hiiclirlor of Science 

Sigma Pi SiKiiia; Oinesa Plii Alplia; Assistant in Mathe- 
matics: Assistant in Pliysics; Honor Roll; Freslinuiii Base- 
ball; Class Baseball; Class Football. 





CHARLES McLEAN HOWARD 

SHANNON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
SuiMA Phi Epsii.ox 

Fresliman Uaseliall; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball. 



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JOHN R015ERT HOWARD 

ATLANTA, (iA. 

Bachelor of Science 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Phi Beta Kappa; Freshman Football; Fieshiicm 

Beaver Club; Secretary and Treasurer So])Ih 

Cross Country Team; Varsity Track; "D" I lult; 
President Y. M. C. A.; Y. M. C. A. Cabiinl; ;? 
Council; Monitor; Pi Dell.i Alpha; Student Pastor 
son Unity Church: Ojuiiron Delta Kappa. 





HUGH B. JOHNSTON 

WILSON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Le Cercle Francais; SiKina Delta Pi. 



JOHN EAGAN LAKE 

ATLANTA, GA. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Kappa Alpha 

(lull: liari.Lfniidii Staff; President Keporlcrs' Clnh 
Pi Kappa: International Relations Club; Junio 
er Basketball. 




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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 






.lOSKl'H WH.LIAM LKK 






IIONCKVEII Ti:, \V. VA. 






Bachelor <if Scii-ncc 






SlCiMA I'm Kl'SILON 




I'Mfl ll.'ll.-l 

lotions Cli 


i.- C.Miii.ih SiKMia I'i SiKMia; Internationa 
h; l.alHM.iloTv Iiisliu.h.i- I'hysics. 


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ALEXANDKIi (-liAHA.M LITTLE 

VAI.DDS-I' A, (iA. 

/lacliclor of Sficiicc 
SiiiMA Alpha Epsilon 



Kri-shnian anil \Misitv I'rai-k : Kn-slMnai 
HoUonic- Ciiinu-il; I'residcnl lldiio.aiv Fi 
SiKina rpsilim: SiRnia Pi Si^nia : Intel ii 
Chil): Camnia Siuina Kpsilcni; i'i Uolt 
Delta I'si. 



KiKilliall; Pan- 
leiiiilv ('(.nncil: 
lional Kelatiinis 

Alpha: Sisma 





CHARLES HOWIE LITTLE 
charlotte, n. c. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



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C.lee Club; Sigma Pi Sigma: AssistaJit 
Eumenean Literary Society. 



Mathematics: 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



GEORGE ANDERSON LITTLE 

CHAULOTTK, N. C. 

Bachelor of Art.': 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Eumenean Literary Society; Eta Sigma Plii: Assistant in 
Greek; Freslnnan Football; Freshman Wrestling; Class 
Football; Class Basketball. 




ROBERT LEWLS MrCALLIE 



CHATTANOOllA, TKNN. 




DUNCAN DANIEL .M(1}H\DE 

LINDEN, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

rrr<U]rnl IMiil.'i nlhrdpi.- I itiTrirv Sc>.'ict\': rn'.<iHcnt Tnter- 

li;ili.,.i;il K,.|,,li.„,- I 'iih: shnlrnl (., ■,!; Il.m.n li.Ml; 

M.Liia-lii- I.Jih.i /;,. /NM ,,/,,,,, Mf,, \,, ,1,1, Mr ImIiImi riie 

hur,,ls.>nn,., . \|;Mi;i-llm l-.Mll.il II,. V.."/, W.MI.' 

IJlllll: N.illli ( .M.ihli.l I; Ir- >r ,11 \ rr, ( 1,1-- 

tnrillli: Oliir-,1 I'lil \l|ili:i ; II.ILi I'l k, ,i ; I .1 i .Mi:lii:i 

Si^'lilii llrlla I'l . M.ili.ir.iM V iilriiiiU ( mini, il ; r.i[ 

SciI)lioini.i.' jnhiiiimi.il liiixrli.i M ; As-i^ I ■. K , A--ist- 

ant Librarian; Cadt-I FirsI l.ii-uU-ii.iiil li. ll. 1. I.; I'lii 
Beta Kappa; Alplia I'lii Kpsiiiai: Caplain Sopliuniure In- 
tramural Baseball. 



Bachelor of Arl.s 
Kappa Alpha 



Plii Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Beaver Club; Var- 
sitv Track; •D" Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Editor-in-Cliief 
Qiiipx iitiil I'liniks; Associate Editor The Davirhoninn: Pub- 
Iicali..ii-i llcinl; Y. M. C. A. Board of Control; Sigma Up- 
siloii; Inhi national Relations Club; Eta Sigma Phi; Delta 
Pi Kappa. 




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JAMKS TATE Mt CLUNG 

BLl'EFIELI), \\ . VA. 

Bachelor of Art.s 

Hdiior Koll; Frcsliinan Basketball; Freshman Baseball 
Class Football; Class Basketball; Class Baseball. 



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DAVID MOFFATT McCONNELL 

CHESTER, S. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Kappa Alpha 

Bot^i K:ipiin: Freshman Football; Freshman Track 
;iKtr ■ Jiiiiior F.ditcn- Quips nnd Cranks; Eumenean 
r.\\\ S(«i,-I\; (■:i|il:iiii K. O. T. C; Sigma Pi Sigma; 
niiitional Uolatiiins Club; Assistant in History; Honor 





JOHN COURTNEY MacCONNELL 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

na Pi Sigma; Lieutenant K. 0. T. C; Scabbard 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



WARREN A. LELAND MiKEITHEN 

ABEUDEEN, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Phi Beta Kappa; President Forensic Council; Business 
Manager Glee Club; Varsity Debating Team; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet; Sigma Upsilon ; Delta Pi Kappa; Alpha Phi Ep- 
silon; International Relations Chih: Freshman Baseball; 
Assistant in Bible; H.nK.r Roll. 





GERALD CAMPBELL McKINNON 

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. 

Baclirlor of Science 
Phi Delta Theta 



Palmer CoUe 



Years; Honor Roll. 



WALTER EDWARD McNAIR 

ATLANTA, OA. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Plii Beta Kappa; Eta Sigma Phi; Sigma Upsilon; Enincnean 
Literary Society; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet; Honorary Fraternity Council; Accompanist Four 
Years in Glee Club; Mu Beta Psi; Honor Roll; Assistant in 
English. 




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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




JACOU STEPHEN MacKORELL, JR. 

YOUK, S. C. 



Bachelor of Arts 



Kn-shriiaii F(iull):ill : Freshman Baseball; Varsity Football; 
Court of Control; Forensic Council; International Rela- 
tions dub; Ministerial Band; V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Lieu- 
tenant K. (). T. C; President Eumenean Literary Society. 



ALEXANDER MACKENZIE MANSON 

JACKSONVILL15, FLA. 

Bachelor of Science 

SiuMA Alpha Epsilon 

Business Manager Davidaotiian; Oniicron Delta Kappa: 
Scabbard and Blade; Pi Delta Alpba; "D" Club; Varsity 
Golf Team; First Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Publications 
Board, Secretary and Treasurer; Freshman Numerals in 
Football and Basketball: Varsity Basketball Snuad; Moni- 
tor; Delta Pi Alpha. 





JOHN GEORGE MARVIN 

SUMMIT, N. J. 

Bachelor of Science 

Beta Theta Pi 

Glee Club; Ministerial Band; Mu Beta Psi; Freshman 
Tennis; Red and Black Masquers; Band; Key Club; Delta 
Club. 



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WALTER ALLKN MEBANE, JR. 

BURLINGTON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Phi Gamma Dklta 



llr 



Ma 



n Cluli; Vi 
la^v; \i,v I'l.'Milriil Class, 

■:)1. ■::■_■: slii,l,i,t (.lun.il Bus ss MaiiaLaa \i,l,lr,,l 

Haiiilh.,,,!.- . >,:u-l:n\ ami licasuiaa I'a li I Irll.aii,- ( -.Hni.-il ; 
Sif-'ma Di'Ita I'i : -l)' Cliih; Atlili-tii- CiMiiKil. 




HARRY MIXSON 

VALDOSTA, GA. 

liaclielor of Science 
SuiMA Alpha Epsilon 




ALLEN LAFAYETTE MILLS. JR. 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

I'i Kai'i>a Alpha 

Freshman Football; Freslmiaii Basketball; Freshman Base- 
ball; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Vice-President 
Athletic Association; President of "D" Club. 




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HARVEY MORRISON 

MOOKKSVILLE, N. C. 

Buclu-lor of Arts 
Skima I'm Ki'sii.o.N 




CHARLES ERNEST MOOHK, JR. 

rHARLOTTi:, N. c. 

Bachelor of Arl.s 
Pill Gamma Delta 



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Kiiiilball: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
liii;^ Team: Varsity Debatintj 
and Captain R. O. T. C; Int.r 
siTti'tar\' and Vice-President Kunu 
Delta I'lii Alplia. 



; Allcrnate Fresll- 
li-ani; I'irsl l.ieu- 

rral I Kelalions 

•nean Literary So- 




JUNIUS DAVIS MORRISON 

STANLEY, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Theta Upsilon Omega 

Fresliman Baseball; Varsity Baseball. '31, '.12. '33: "D" 
Club: Pliilantbropic Literary Soiiety; Class Football; Class 
\'olleyba]I ; Class Baseball. 



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.(OE CJRAHAM MORRISON 

STANLKY, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Theta Upsilon Omega 

Freshman Bnseball ; Varsity Baseball. '31. '32. '33; "D" 

Club; Ministerial Band; Phi Literary Society; Critic Phi 

Literary Society; Ministerial Band; Stuilent Volunteer 
Group. 





WILLIAM ROBERT MORROW. JR. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Pr Kappa Alpha 

International Relations Club; Business Staflf The Drn-ul- 
sonian; Freshman Tennis Team; Assistant in En^'lish. 



DONALD ROGER MOWER 

STAUNTON, VA. 

Bachelor of Science 

^ Freshman Wrestling .S(|uad; Glee Club; Enmenean Lite 
\'l ary Society: Library Assistant. 




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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




WILLIAM McKEITHAX MUX ROE 

KAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

liachclor of Science 
I'm CJAMMA Dklta 

^liniali TlMrk; lialicl; Thr Ymrl Staff; Glee C'iuli. 




\VILLL\.M IRKDKIUCK MLLLISS 

MAliTINSDl IKi, \\ . VA. 

/{(icliclar of Science 

I'l Kai'I'a Ammia 

I'lii Beta Kappa; Oniicion Uelta Kappa; Siprnia Upsilon; 
UiMH>''tt*''s' Club: International Kelatiun^ (Mub; President 
ran-Ilellenic Couneil; Freslinian Tennis Team; Student 
('iiuniil. ^iO. '31; Assistant in l'>ononn>s; Honor Koll; 
Class Tennis; Class Baseball. 




CHARLES FRANKLIN MYERS, JR. 

GHKEN.SBORO, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 
SuiMA Alpha Epsilon 

Delta Kappa; Varsitv Basketball; Tennis Team; 
- ~ - 'y Clnlv \-ii-e-I>resiilent of 

1. 1 '■ , ■ -■/ rifiiiks ,>;tafr; 

,, I JiL.r of ]Vilih„f 

>,_iii,i I 1,1 , lii-lta I'i K.ipp:>; 

1] II-. lu-shniaii Tennis 

Club; Keporters' Club. 



Oniii 

Captain of Tennis Team; 
•^ . M. C. A.; Y. M. C. A. Calii 
Manauiiis- Kditor of The Du, 
Ha,i:lh,H,k: Sisnia Upsilon; El; 
OiiieKa I'lii Alplia; Le Cercle 
Team; International Kelatiuii 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



GEORGK CHAI.MKUS NEAL 

RtlFl'IN, N. C. 

Bachelor of Sciciiri' 

TiiKTA Upsilon Omega 

Pan-Hellenic Council; Sergeant and First Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C. : Scabbard and Blade; Assistant in Business; Library 
Assistant; "D" Club; Athletic Council; Manager of Var- 
sity Baseball. 





HENRY FERRIS NICHOL 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



lUichclor of Alts 

Assistant in Bible; International Kelatii 
tliropic Literary Society; Delta Plii Alpha 
Keporters' Club; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Club; Philan 



STUART McGUIRE NOBLIN 

EAST RADFORD, VA. 

Bachelor of Arts 

il. fiilir. Vice-President, and Secretary Philan- 
I ii.r iiv Society; International Relations Club; 
Ml ri:irk Squad; Class Volleyball; Class Baseball; 




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CHARLES MILLNKR NORFLEET, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Kappa Skjma 

llcaMT Clill.; \';irsily Ko(ill>:ill; I'l.-lii 



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(U-lit Siipliiinioro Class; Iiili-l liatiniial K^•l:lliMrl^ Cillh; Pi 
Delta Al|)lia. 



caMT Clill.; V'arsilv Kocilhall; !■ l .■-lima li I. ,,,11, all; -V f 

hll,: CI.-,' Chili; 1(. (). T. C. Ilai,.l; O,,.;, ,,,../ In:n]is IV 

u-\<u:-. Slall; Kill.- Tfalii; Slii,l.iil l.„ii„)l -..,,,lan ami IV 

l.-as.ll.-l- Sliiiliail Hci.lv; lM.--lilnaii Class llisl,,i)ai,; rr.-si- \ 

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FREDERICK WILLIAM OGDEN 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
/Idcliclor of Science 

Freshman Foolli.ill ; Varsity F.iDlliall; KroslimaTi Wrestling; 
Lieutenant-ColDiiel U. (). T. C; S.iihhar.l ami lila.le; "D" 
Club; Pi Delta Alpha. 





ROBERT BRADFORD ORR 

ASllEVILLE, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Kappa SiiiiiA 

/./. On-hestra: C.loc Club; Mu Beta Psi. 



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J. KENTON PARKER, JR. 

MOUNT MOTRNE, N. C. 

Bachelor of .Irts 
Eta SuiiMA Piii 





WILLIAM ARNOLD PATE 

PEMBliOKK, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Euinenean Literarv Soc-iotv: Assist.nit in Bihlo; Lieutenant 
I(. O. T. C; Ministerial Ban. I. 



AVERY PATTON, JR. 

GREENVILLE, S. C. 

Buchclur of Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Gannna Sit'nia Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pi Delta Alpha; 
Delta Plii Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; International Relations 
Club; Honorary Fraternity Council; Honor Roll; Assistant 
in Chemistry; Junior Baseball Manager; Advertising Mana- 
ger Quipn and Cranks. 




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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




EDWAHI) liltUCK PEA150DY 

CIIAHLOTTIC, N. V. 

Btichcltir of Arts 

I'l Km'I'A Al.lMlA 



rresidi'Til driii.rc.i] Dcll.i N.i|.|i i 
Dody: rr.'siilml i.r I- iv-liiu.Hi i i i- 
Soabhnnl ami llla.lr; Si^'iiia h.lLi 
and niaik MaM|iK-is; ■■I)" ( Inl,: ' 
'32; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: MiiiisU' 



\ M. rrv~id.Mit Student 
I i|iiaiii K. (). T. C: 

I'. I : li.aM-r Club; Ked 

n.l. Ill CmiiiL-ll. '29. "30. 

iai Haiul; Varsity "D" 
in Football '31, '32; Daslietball. '32. Captain, '33; Baseball, 
'32, ':i3; Tim Pliarr Football Medal; Numerals, Football, 
Basketball, Baseball. 



CHARLES WIIJ.IA.M I'EARCE 

PLANT CITV, FLA. 

Bachelor of Sew tire 
Kappa Sihma 



Omicrciii Delta Kapiia; I' 
I'lesiiieiil Sliiileiil linih 
liaskelhall; Fre-hiiia ii 
■:ll. ■■.II: \-arsilv Ha.^elial 
Couneil. 



il\ I Iiall, '30, 

II- (lull; Athletic 





JAMES CLIFTON PEXXINGTON 

TALLADEGA, ALA. 

Baclichir of Science 

Theta Upsilox Omega 

Scabbard and Blade; Sergeant and Captain R. O. T. C. ; 
Band: Assistant in Pliysical Education; Freshman Track; 
Boxing. 



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ORION WILLIAM PKRRELL 

i)I!e.vi:l, n. c. 

Ilticliclor of Arts 

Freshman Track Timiii: \;usih' Track Squad, '31; Class 
Gymnastics. '32. ':i:i; li. (). T. C. Band, '30, '31; Ministerial 
Band; Sunday Scliiinl Tcachcl . ':!1. ■;i2. '33. 





MADISON REFA'ES POPE 

TALL.\DECi.\, .'iL.'i. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Pi Kappa Piu 

Director Tlie Soutliernaires Orchestra; Publications Board; 
Editor The Yowl; Red and Black Masquers; Assistant in 
Sophomore Bible; Mu Beta Psi. 



SAMUEL PRICE PRESTON 

LEWISBURG, W. VA. 

litichclor of Science 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Reporters' Club; Assistant Editor Quips and Cranks, '32; 
Delta Pi Kappa; Junior Manager Track. 




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Wn.I.IAM MUM-ORI) ELLIS RACHAL {\ 

LOW MOOR, VA. 

Bachelor of Science 

Freshman Track Numeral; Band; Glee Club; Phi Society: '^ 
Vice-President Phi Society; President Phi Society; Second 
I.icwtciiiint. ScrKc.iiit It. O. T. C; Assistant in History; 
MinisfiTial li.uid. 



JOHN EDWARDS RICHARDS 

i.inionTV HILL, s. c. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Assistnnl in Rililc; Assislant in Philosophy; President F.i 
monoaii I.itonirv Suiiciv; Kicslnnan Dcbatinsr Tcriiii: \'ai 
sity Dc'l.ntins IValii; Alplia I'lii F.^silon: AViniin ll;ni.l^n 
(Iratiniial Medal: iMcsliinaii llasoliall; \;n~ih ll:is,.|.a 
Siiuad. ■.■II. ■:;■.'; Miiiislcrial Hand; SclKcuil and l.uulci 
ant K. (). T. C. 





SAMUEL ERIXENE ROBINSON 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Philanthropic Literary Society; Baseball Squad. 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



ARTHUR ROSS, ,1 R. 

ASHEBOHO, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Business Manager The Yowl: Freshman Football Manager; 
"D" Club: International Relations Club; Assistant in His- 
tory; Delta Pi Kappa. 





BYRON SCHRIVER 

LITTLE HOCK, AKK. 

Bachelor of Science 
]5eta Tiikta Pi 

Transferred froni Little Koek Junior Col 
liela I'si; String Quartet, •:ll, '32. 



WOODROW WILSON SEYMOUR 
sanford, n. c. 

Ildclieliir of Science 
Pi Kai'pa Phi 

First Lieutenant anil Sergeant K. O. T. C; Seabbaril anil 
IJIaile; Assistant in Political Science. 




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CiEOIKiF. Sl'.IUiKANT SIIKRHOO 

(iHKlONSUOliO, N. C. 

Itachrlor of Scirnci' 

I'l KaI'PA Al.lMIA 

■D" Ciiil): VMisily Tni.k M^iiiajj.-i-; Atlilclic Ciiuncil. 




CRANKS 1933 



KMMJ'/rT WILLIAM SHA( Kl'.LlOlfl) 

DriillAM, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
SuiMA Phi Ei'sii,on 

I'i Delta Alplia; (latiinui Siprma Epsilon; Assistant in Eng- 
lish, -.IL'. ■:i:i: II i Jl.ill; Phi Beta Kappa. 



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JOHN ALEXANDER SMITH 

NIXBURG, ALA. 

Bcichelor of Science 
TiiETA Upsilon Omega 

Sergeant It. O. T. C. : Lieutenant K. O. T. C. 



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JOHN" 15KI.K STEVENS 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Phi Delta Tiieta 

staff Aiuuial, ^•i:^■. Assistant Track Manager, '30. 





JAMES JACKSON STEWART 

MT. HOLLY, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Pi Kappa 1'hi 



Freshman Baseball; Advanced U. O. T. C. 



BENJAMIN BRUCE SUGG 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

Bachelor of Scii'iicc 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Sporls KcMlor Ihiridsotiian, '32; Junior Assistant Cheer 
[.eader. ':fl: SiJorts Editor Annual, '33; Delta I'i Kappa; 
Clee Club, '3(1; Hand, '30. 




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JSliN.IA.MlN I5H()\VN TAYLOR. JR. 

liATON Ilor(ilO, I,A. 

Bachelor of Science 
Beta 'J'uf.ta I'l 

SiKliia Delta I'si ; liitcniiiticMiii: lU-lalioris niil]; Kcporters' /> 

Clllh: Fri-sl Ill U.'lialiii- T.-am: liaili.i ( liil.; laiim-nean IF 

UtiM-alv S(ii-iclv; iM.'sliiiiaii iMiiilhall ; iMislmiali Wrc-stling; 17 

\'arsitv Wn-slliii;.- I :i VfarM : Caplaiii Wn-slliiiK Icani; "D" \ 
Cluli; Athletic CiMiiiiil: lorimral ami Lieutenant K. O. T. C. 



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ANDREW LESLIE THOMPSON 

OASTONIA, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Ministeiinl liaini: I'residcnt Ministerial ISaiul: Y. M. C. A. 
Sunday Seliiml Work; I'resiilent of Senior Christian En- 
deavor; Assistant In Die labrarian; Manager of Students' 
Store. 



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JOHN PRICE THOMPSON 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 
Bachelor of Arts 

Phi Beta Kappa: Assistant in Mathematics; Secretary- 
Treasurer Le Cercle Francais; Varsity Golf Team; Winner 
of Golf Tournament; Ilunor Roll. '32; Corporal R. O. T. C. 



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WILLIAM CLARK THOMPSON 

HOrNU POXD, MH. 

Bachelor of Sclcnci; 

Pi Kai>i>a Phi 

Business iMaiiaRer Anmial; Assistiint in Economics; Deltn 
Pi Kappa; I'liotograpliie Manager of Quips and Cranks, 




LEWIS MILTON VICKERY 

NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Assistant in Pliysical Ecln<:ilion; Fresliman Tni<k; Oanni 
Sigma Epsilon. 




HUGH WALKER TURRENTINE 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Pi Kappa Phi 




Sixty-nine 



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JOHN MARCUS WAGNER 

STATESVILLK, N. C. 

Bachelor of Scicncr 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Varsity Kootball. '31, '32, '33; Varsity Basketball. '32. •33: 
Varsity Track, '32, '33; Oolf. '30. '31. '32. 33; Captain 
Golf Team, '32; VieePresideiit "D" Club; Sisma Delta Psi. 



WILLIAM BETHEA WARD 

TIMMONSVILLK, S. C. 

bachelor of Arts 

InternatiDnnl Kelalious Club; Eta Sigma Plii; Keportcrs' 
Club; Hei-iirder; Ihm.ir Koll; Second Lieutenant R. O. T. 
C; KuMionean Literary Society; Omega Plii Alpha; Delta 





ANSLEY WATSON 

ANDEIiSON, S. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
I'l Kappa Alpha 



Seventy 



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RICHARD ALLEN WHITFIELD, JR. 

IIATKETTSTOWN, N. J. 

Biiclirlar of Science 

Varsity Football Squad, '30, •.■!!, ■:12; "D" Club; Alternate 
Captain Football, '.ta; Wrestliii!; Team, ■:i2, ':i:i; The Delta 
Club; Track Squad, '.in, '.SI. 




JOSEPH WILLARD WHITTED 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
Theta Upsilon Omega 



Sia:ma Delta I'i ; .Assistant Business M; 
Circulation Manager Qiiiii-^ rind Crunks 




.lOHN CURRIE WHITLEY 

IUI!LIN<iTON, N. C. 
Bcichelar of Arts 

■■I)' Cluli; \'arsilv liaseb.ill. Ml, 'Vl. 'iX: Freslmini 
ball. ':i(l; Clee CUlb; I'lii .'^cxietv ; Minisleri.il Hand; 
dent .Ministerial ll.nid. 



Dm-iihnnimi: 




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CAMPBEI-L MURRAY WILDMAN 

OJUS, FLA. 

Bachelor of Science 
Thkta Upsilon Ome(!A 

Assistant in GeinKin ; Delta I'hi Alplia. 



JOSEPH GUVE WOMBLE 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 





E15ISSA GRAINGER WILLIAMS 

LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 

Bachelor of Science 
Beta Theta Pi 

and Black Masquers; Glee Club; Mu Beta Psi; Presi- 
t Mu Beta Psi, '.'!2. '33; Honoriiry Fraternity Council; 
stant Editor The Yowl; Honor Roll; Little Rock Junior 

cge (two years). 



CHARLES ROY WRIGHT 

KXOXVILLE, TENN. 

Bachelor of Science 
Phi Gamma Delta 

Captain R. O. T. C; Major R. O. T. C. Battalion: Scabbard 
and Blade; Rilie Team: Honorary Fraternity Council: 
Court of Control; Junior Speaking Committee; Freshman 
Football: Freshman and Varsity Track Squad; Slave 
Driver. 



Seventy-two 




Lanier W. Pratt 
President 



JUNIOR 



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O IF UK us Ol- THE .IlNIOH C'l.ASS 

Junior Class History 

FROM .-1 vantagv point of tlircc viars' rxpcri.-ncf. tlic class of I'.V.iy looks back 
on tlie day of September 9, 1930, when our class was formally introduced to 
Davidson College. The varied activities of three years cannot be compressed into 
the small space allotted for this history. If an idea of the spirit of the class can 
be created, it is enough. And as for details of individual exploits — games won. 
points scored, honors gained, to whom are they interesting, save to us who know 
them already, and will always remember them? 

Through the Freshman year, a proverbially trying period of college life, our class 
came with undaimted spirit. In the many phases of college activities — scholastic, 
athletic, and social, members of the class of Thirty-four played important ])arts, 
indis])utablv ]iroving the cl;iss of Thirty-four to be an important part of the life of 
Davidson. 

In the Sopliouiorc \v:ir (Uir class took a fuller ))art in the activities of the college, 
as befitting our more dignified position. Our attainment of .-i recognized place in 
the life of the student body was signalized by the election of the following officers, 
under whose direction the business of the class was admirably handled: E. L. 
Powell, President; .(olin W. Lafferty, V^ice-President ; and Andrew Manson, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. Athletic and scholastic success in good measure rewarded the 
members of the class of Thirty-four during the Sophomore year. 

The Junior year, perhaps, is the heart of a college course. Not yet Seniors, with 
the outside world before, yet having attained the distinction of upper classmen, with 
tile opportunity for a fuller expression of our talents, and a more direct exertion 
of our influence, the class of Tliirty-four has continued its good work in all fields 
of college endeavor. Under the leadershij) of our present officers, we have con- 
tinued to make steady progress. Lanier W. Pratt, President; Lynn Huie, Vice- 
President; and Charlie Rives, Secretary and Treasurer, have given the class an ex- 
cellent administration. 

As our .Junior year closes we may look back on a record well filled with successes 
and attaiTHuents. We would not, however, rest on our laurels. Rather we would 
forget those things which are behind, and press forward to new goals in the 
crowning ye;ir of college life which awaits us. 

—J. A. McG.. Jr. 



Sevcniy-four 



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Madison Aumistkad 

WcMc.ii, \. C. 
lUiclnhir of Arts 



William Mc A. Ukown 

Kn.iwill,'. TciiM. 
lUulu'liir of SclriiCf 

rm (iAMMA DIOLTA 



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John Bahisv Caldwkli. 

DMvi.lsciii. \. C. 
Bachelor of Scifiii'c 

KAPI'A ALIMIA 



LvMAN Warren C'lakd^ 

Talladega, Ala. 

Bachelor of Science 

PHI GAMMA delta 



Franklin M. Cochran 

DavidsoTi, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

THETA UPSILON OMEGA 



Albert W. Colwell 

Cliiitoa, \. C. 

Bachelor of .Irtx 

PI kappa phi 





\\'n.LIAM H()(l(iS ('nHI!I 

FrrMi.inl. \. I'. 

Bachelor of Science 

PI KAl'PA IMII 



James M. ('oviN(ii()> 

W.-iiU-sliiirii. N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 
PI KAPPA Pin 



Seventy- five 



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JoSKPII El.I.IS DlI.I^ 

lii..lL.iiaii. ViiKini.i 
llavhrhn- (if Sciriirc 



John Sami'son Dkakh 

Oi.niKc, Ti'xas 

llavhrlar „f Science 

KAIM'A ALPHA 





John Hilton CiiiAUAM 

Clcvoliiiid. N. C. 
Bachelor of Science 



)sr:i'M Triu'iN Duakk 

I'CMI (MllSllll. Mi-iS. 

liachelor of Science 



Wn.iii'u Lindsay J-'toatk 

Untlfnnl. V:i. 
liachelor of Arts 



LvNE Starling Gamble 

Greenville, Miss. 

Hachelor of Arts 

KAPPA ALPHA 



Alvin S. Gatewood 

Pollinm. X. C. 
Bachelor of Science 

THETA UPSILON OMEfiA 




Seventy-six 



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Henry Hiuam IIodgin 

Red Springs, N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 



John Mack Holland 

CistciniM. X. C. 
Bachrlor of Science 

kappa SIGMA 



D. W. Hollingswohth 

Floieiu-o. Mm. 

Bachelor of Art.i 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Lynn Manton Huie 

Forest Park. Oa. 
Bachelor of Science 

pi kappa ALPHA 



■ Ia.mics M. Harris, .Jr. 



Bachelor of Arts 



PHI DELTA THETA 



.Samikl M. Hines 

\V;|ISMU. N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 





'.inVAliD .1. HlMPHREY 

Wilmiii-tciii. N. C. 

Bachelor of .Irts 

.SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



John A. Hunter 

Donner, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science 

SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Sevcnly-seven 



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William T. Johnston 

Cliarldlli'. N. C. 
lUicluhn- of Sciriicr 

SKiMA ALril\ F.I'SILON 



William A. Kiukland 



lim-lirlor „f ,S,-/V»,v 

I'l KAl'I'A ALPHA 





,I()II\ W. Laki'kuty 

KiijiH-, C;a. 

Jidchrlor of Arts 

PHI DKLTA TH1:TA 



Ke.\ E. Louuaine 

Miami. Fla. 
Bachelor of Science 

THETA IPSILON OMEGA 



Herbert William Lucas 

Staunton. Va. 

Bachelor of Science 



Thomas H. McCallie 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Bachelor of Arts 

KAPPA .\LPHA 



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Percy John MiElhath 

nraniwcll. W. Va. 
Bachelor of Science 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 



A. Bradfoui) MiLean 

Alu'iilcon, \. C. 

UacheJor of Science 

PI KAPPA PHI 




Seventt/-eight 



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Anduiow II. Man'son, Ji!. 

,l:irl,sc>n\illf. Kla. 
lidchrlar of Science 

S1i;MA AI.IMIA K.PSILON 



William C. Matthews 
l.innlioiloii. \. C. 

Baclicliir (if Science 



.John Carrol Miller 

Jeffoison. S. C. 
Bachelor of Science 

pi KAIM'A I'lII 



Edwin W. .Mdimuson 

I.uiMy, \a. 
Bachelor of Science 



RuFUS C. Moiiiiow, ,Ili. 



Bachelor of Science 

BETA THETA PI 



Samitel M. Nickey, Ju. 

Memphis, Telin. 

Bachelor of Science 

PHI gamma delta 





KvERETT Dean Otev 

WNllicvillf, Vm. 
Bachelor of Science 

I'l KAIM'A PIII 



Edward Lewis 1'owell 

Mobile. .Mil. 

Bachelor of Science 

IMll (lAMMA delta 



Seventy-nine 



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LaNIEH WaHI) PllATT 

l.miisvillc. Ky. 

Btichi-hir (if Artx 

KAl'l'A ALl'IIA 



AnoLiMiK S. Raciiai., Jk. 

Nfw Mdor, Vm. 
Bachelor of Science 





Bknjamin O. Ravenel 

Clmrleston. S. C. 

liiiehelnr of Science 

KAI'I'A su;ma 



CiiAitLKs M. Rives 

(Ireensboro, N. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

KAl'l'A SIGMA 



sllff "^^M Alexaxuer F. Sciiexck 
fliarlotte, N. C. 
Bachelor of Science 

SIOMA ALPHA EPSILON 



FiiAXt IS Hevwoou Scott 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Bachelor of Arts 



ArorsTi's Worth Shaw 

Fiiit Mill. S. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 



George C. Smith 

Florence. S. ('. 

Bachelor of Science 




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I'uioDEHic L. Smvhk, Jr. 

(iastollia. \. C. 

liachclor of Science 

ItETA THETA PI 



,(()iiN SiiELTON Steele 

LaKayctte. Ga. 
Bachelor of Science 

TIIKTA IPSILON omega 



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IlAIiOLD PkATT-ThOMAS 

Wcdgefleld, S. C. 
Bachelor of Arts 

BETA TIIETA PI 



\\ii,i,iAAi ,M. Thompson 

Kirhin.ind. \-a. 

Bachelor of Arts 

KAPPA SIliMA 



William Thompsox, Ju. 
URlinimul. \'a. 

Bachelor of Arts 

KAPPA SKiMA 



Sidney H. Tomlinsox 

Ili^-li I'liiiit, X. C. 
Bachelor of ScicJice 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 





Dallas H. Weiiner 
Kciri"it Hills, \. V. 

Bachelor of Science 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 



, In, IAN WiLLiA.M West 

ll.niiiin Springs, X, C, 

Bachelor of Science 

PHI DELTA TIIETA 



Eighty-one 



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•Iamios Wilson Whitk 

Cr.lli.-irri. N. C. 
liiichcliir of Scii-ncc 

IMII DKLTA TIllOTA 



Oi.iN Maiisii Wiiitionfu 

Ilunlci-s%illc. N. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 





Jack Williams, Jii. 

Waycross. Ga. 
Bachelor of Science 

IM KAI'l'A PHI 



'.LiiKUT Lank Willson 

Allii-iis, ToiiTi. 
Bachelor of Science 

IM KAI'l'A ALPHA 



James S. Wilson 

S iluiii. Kiui'a 

Bachelor of Science 



RolJEHT F,. WoODSIUK 

Statesvillo. \. C. 
Bachelor of .Irts 



Hugh Atkins Wilson 

Lake City. Fla. 

Bachelor of Science 

PI kappa phi 




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President 



SOPHOMORE 




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Sophomore Class History 

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HE that is ]>rou(l cats liiniscH' u])," observed Shakespeare. Which goes to show 
how ridieulous an account of the Sophomore Class with a self-laudatory as- 
jicct would he. But, since in its two first years it can have arrived only at an en- 
trance to real oj)portunities, the history of this Class should much rather recount 
tliinfrs indicative of attainments in the future. 

Tlu' officers of the Class during Ii);i'i-19.33 were: Gordon "Skip" Brown, Presi- 
dent; Joe Wadswortli, Vice-President; and Kenneth Weeks, Secretary-Treasurer. 

It cannot be refuted that academic things should be sought first in college. '35 
has sought them. Last year's Freshmen gave the general impression of being in- 
tellectually superior, though no definite comparative information exists. Six men 
made the Honor Roll for 19.3 1-1 932 : .J. M. Douglas, R. T. Coit, W. A. Exum, W. 
C. Neill, R. M. Porter, and A. B. Rhodes. 

But by its atldetics shall '35 be known. It can be truthfully asserted, I be- 
lieve, that years will be taken in im|)roving upon '35's Freshman football team. 
More Sophomores are out for sports than are men of any other class. In inter- 
class competitions, the Sophomores won first place in football and volleyball ; second, 
in gymnastics and boxing; and third, in basketball. On varsity teams '35 shows 
up well. too. Seven Sophomores, Hand. Hutchins, Mackorell. Morgan, Morris, 
Potter, and Wingfield, received their letters on the 1932 football team. Two 
Sophomores played constantly on the basketball team, Ross and Harris. The latter 
was both high-scorer and elected captain for next year. By far the largest number 
of wrestlers were Sophomores. Potter, Quarterman, Sprunt, Dillon, and Jones, all 
won wrestling "D's." On the track six men are pre-eminent: Gullette, MacFadyen, 
and Morris, who are cross-country runners, and Glasgow, Rose, and Fred McPhail. 

On the debating team are two Sophomores, Bob vSmith and "Skip" Brown. Brown 
is to be a guest at the Annual International Peace Endowment Contest. 

Taken as a whole the career of this class of 1935 has been brilliant, and active, 
and, in certain fields, exceptional. There are great expectations for the future of '35 ! 

— T. F. Wood, '35 



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LiTHER Fritz By 




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AuDLEY A. Gammon (iouDoN Liciis Grken 

LAVRAS MINAS, BRAZIL MT. BERRY, (;A. 

KiRKWooD L. Hanrahan Jack Hellinger Stiart Clark He 

KINSTON, X. C. NEW BERN, N. C. COXfORD, X. C. 



George L. Gr 

BLACKSBLRG, 




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Horace W. Miller, Jr 



Caskie Estes Norvell 
(ireensboro, n. c. 




Eighty-seven 



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liii.iNAi.i. r,iuri.ii. .Ill 




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Judge of Court of Control 



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Ninety-five 



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SPRING HOUSEPARTY GROUP .... 
■ 'STATES VILLE, GREENSBORO, AND 
POINTS NORTH" .... IN FRONT OF 
THE PHI GAMMA DELTA HOUSE WITH 
PARSON UNDER COVER .... IN FRONT 
OF THE POST OFFICE .... OSCAR AND 
ENOCH .... FRESHMEN .... BROOKE 
AND TUT .... PAUL BROWN AND 
STANDBY .... PADDLEBALLING. 



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FRONT OF CHAMBERS IN THE SNOW 
.... THE HEART OF THE "D" .... 
THE COLUMNS .... AIRVIEW OF 
CHAMBERS BUILDING .... CHAMBERS 
BUILDING ACROSS THE SNOW COVERED 
CAMPUS .... DORMITORY ROW .... 
LIGHTS ON CHAMBERS .... ANOTHER 
SNOW SCENE .... CHAMBERS BUILDING 
AT NIGHT. 



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RoliKUT I,. McCallie 
President of the Piihlications Board 



PUBLICATIONS 




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QUIPS 

and 

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H()1?KHT L. McCAI.LIE 

/■'.{litur-in-C'hief 

WILLIAM C. THOMPSON 
Business Manager 



R. L. McCallie 
Editor-in-Chief 



Editorial StaFF 



B. B. Sugg Sports Editor 

L. W. Clardy Photographic Editor 

A. F. ScHENCK Activities Editor 

W. T. Thompson Fraternity Editor 

L. W. Pratt Managing Editor 



H. H. HoDGiN Assistant Editor 

John Hunter Assistant Editor 

Jack Williams Assistant Editor 

C. E. Bettis Associate Editor 

D. M. McConnell Associate Editor 



W. A. L. McKeithen issociate Editor 



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Staff 



J. M. Harris Photographic Manager Boggs Corbin Asst. Advertising Mgr. 

Walter Sprunt_ _.^i«<. Photo. Manager A. S. Gatewood _ Asst. Advertising Mgr. 

J. B. Stevens Advertising Manager W^. T. Johnson .Asst. Advertising Mgr. 

B. O. Ravenel .4sst. Advertising Mgr. 



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DAVIDSONIAN 

A Student Weekly 



KDW Alii) (). (.LKltKANT 

F.d'itin-ni-Chirf 

A. MACKFAZIE MANSON 

BlIs'llK'S.I MdlUlf/IT 



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Edward O. Guekrant 
Editor-in-Chief 



Editorial Staff 



L. W. Clardy __ Managing Editor 

A. F. ScHENCK Managing Editor 

W. M. Thompson Managing Editor 

Jack Williams Managing Editor 

Odi Casali Athletic Editor 

J. F,. Lake Exchange Editor 

J. W. White —Feature Editor 



I.. S. (iAMBLe Feature Editor 

J. T. (toodvkooxtz - Con<r;7>a</ngr Editor 

E. A. Hancock Reviexc Editor 

I). I). McBryde Associate Editor 

R. L. McCallie Associate Editor 

C. v. Myers Associate Editor 

B. B. Sugg Associate Editor 



Busin 

W. T. Johnson Asst. Business Mgr. 

A. H. Manson Asst. Business Mgr. 

J. M. Douglas Solicitor 

G. L. Green Solicitor 

E. B. Holt Solicitor 



Staff 

J. 15. KniBRELL .... 

T. M. PiiiFER, Jr. 
R. H. Smith, Jr. 

W. P. Sprunt 

J. R. Taylor 



Solicitor 

Solicitor 

Solicitor 

Solicitor 

Solicitor 



J. A. C. Wadsworth Solicitor 



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M. RKKVES POPE 

Editor-in Chief 

ARTHUR ROSS 
Businms Manager 



M. Reeves Pope 
Editor-in-Chief 

Editorial StafF 

WooDROW W. Caligan- .i4'*(«'(«/(" Editor E. L. Powell Managing Editor 

Grainger Williams Isni.statit Editor W. L. Fuoate Managing Editor 

Jack Williams jSIanaging Editor (jordon H. Brown Irt Editor 

Assistants To The Editorial Sta(F 

Thomas F. Wood A. Wesley Emerv 

Hugh W. Jones Charles Sutlive 

Lorenzo D. McPhail Alexander M. Manson 

Gilbert B. Murray Caskie Norvell 

Stuart C. Henry 

Business StaFF 

S. H. Tomlinson Asst. Business Myr. W. R. Cely Asst. Business Mgr. 

A. W. Colwell Asst. Business Mgr. 



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ROSS CAXIGAK A-.WCOLWELL G.\5J1LLIAKAS 




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THOMPSO^r ROSS 

The Publications Board 

Robert I,. McC'allie President 

A. Mackenzie Manson M. Reeves Poi»e 

Publications Manasement 

W. C. Thompson .„. Quips and Cranks 

A. Mackenzie Manson The Davidsonian 

Arthur Ross, Jr. The Yoxvl 



One Hundred Ten 




Paul F. Brov.n 
President of the Y. M. C. A. 



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Srcrrlar/i of flu- Y. M. ('. A. 



Paul F. Bkown President 

Edward L. Powkll Vice-President 

Rtiirs C. MoRHow , l' ice-President 

Samijkl Shannon Wiley Secretary 



E. B. Cannon 
J. B. Clark 
W. A. Flinn 
R. Glasgow, Jr. 
E. O. Guerrant 



The Cabinet 

J. K. Howard 
H. L. M.Callik 
W. A. r,. McKeitiiex 
W. E. McXaik 

J. S. MaCIvOUELL, ,Ir. 

The Board of Control 



C. K. Moore 
R. C. Morrow 
C. F. Myers, Jr. 
E. 15. Peabody 
E. L. Powell 



Dr. H. B. Arbuckle 
Pail F. Brown 
Lyman W. Clardy 
William A. Flinn 
Robert Glasgow, Jr. 



Lynn M. Huie 

Mr. F. L. Jackson 

Dr. Harry- M. Moffett 

Rouert I,. McCallie 

Professor Lewis B. Schenck 



Samuel S. AVilev 



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The Ministerial Band 

Andrew Leslie Thompson President 

WooDROw Wilson Thrower - Vice-President 

John Mi'iiPHEV Smith _._ Secretari/ and Treasurer 

19 3 3 

David K;iirlfv Ulue James Wavte Fulton William Arnold Pate 

Llewi-lhri lliunk- Colciuitt, Jr. William Blair Gwyn Orion William Perrell 

Thomas \1, IKviih,- Davis Jaiob Steiilien Maikorell John Edwards Richards 

Frank l,,:ikr i:iv,r\ Duncan Daniel Millrvde Andrew Leslie Thompson 

Robert l.ee Inibi^ John George Marvin John Currie Whitley 

Joseph Graham Morrison 

193 4 

F.dward Joseph Ilnmplnev Fills Oakes Olin Marsh Whitener 

Herbert William l.ueas ' Benjamin Franklin Ormand, Jr. Robert Edward Woodside 

Woodrow Wilson Thrower 

19 3 5 

Georpro WashinKlon Barnes Arehibald Francis Lesarc William Cecil Neill, Jr. 

Henrv I'lemin:.- Groffory William John Brvant IJvinsston Jav Harold Ostwalt 

.Stuarl Clarke llenrv .lobn William Morsan Arnold Black Rhodes 

Merrell Anderson Keith Francis Hubert Morris John Murphey Smith 

19 3 6 

Robert Cornelius Blue Bratton Herman Dillard Warren Dan McGirt 

Major Hayes Clarke Abner Mosely Faison Sam Nisbet Milton 

Andrew Joseph Gillespie 



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Leland McKeithkn 
President of the Forensic Council 



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The Forsenic Council 

Warren Allston Leland McKkithkn' President 

Jacob Stephens Mackorell J'ice-President 

Jack Williams, vIk. _ Debate Manager 

Gordon Haviland Broun Secretari/ and Treasurer 



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Aliernaies 
Thomas Price Caldwell 
Edward Joseph Humphrey 
John Edwards Richards 



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Varsity Debaters 
Gordon Haviland Brown 
Hugh Morris Hawkins 
Warren Allston L. McKeithen 
Charles Ernest Moore, Jr. 
Robert Hardy Smith, Jr. 
Rawling Pratt-Thomas 

Results 

idson .'i Kiiiory 

idson won over Colltge of Charleston — Audience Deci.sion. 

idson vs. Rollins Collejje — No Decision. 

idson vs. Florida — \o Decision. 

idson vs. University of Tennessee — No Decision. 

idson vs. University of the South (Sewanee) — No Decision. 



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Birmingham-Southern 3 

.'5 University of Richmond 

."5 Rutgers University 

.'i Bueknell Universitv 



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The Eumenean Literary Society 

Foiiiidi'tl ill is.i; 

Officers 

Fir.it Term 



Charles Ehnest Moohe, Jr. 
William Camp Matthews 
RuFUs Harry Page, Jr. 
Walter Edward McNair 



Vice 



President 
■President 
Secretary 
Reviewer 



Second Term 



John Edwards Richards 

Lyman Warren Clardv 

Donald Bennett Bailey 

Jacob Stephens Mackorell, Jr. 



Vice 



President 
■President 
Secretary 
Reviewer 



Jacob Stephens Mackorell, Jr. 
Richard Torrence Banks 

John Luther Shirey 

William Bethea Ward 

Hugh Morris Hawkins 



Third Term 



Vice 



-President 
-President 
Secretartj 
Reviewer 
Treasurer 



Members 



Tliomas Price Caldwell 
Daniel Smith Currie, Jr. 
George Anderson Little 
Jacob Stephens Mackorell, 



Jr. 



Walter Edward McNair 
Charles Ernest Moore, Jr. 
William Arnold Pate 
.John Edwards Richards 



William Bethea Ward 



Richard Torrence Banks 
I-yman Warren Clardy 
Husih Morris Hawkins 

19 3 5 
Donald Bennett Bailey 
George Washington Barnes 
Pierce Dalton 
John Munroe Douglas 
Stu.'irt Clark Henry 
Edwin Staft'ord Hodge 
William John Brvan Livingston 



William Camp Matthews 
Riifus Clegg Morrow, Jr. 
Raymond Reel 



Thomas McGehee Phifer 
Ray Wiekliffe Richardson 
Benjamin Lacy Rose 
John Luther Shirey 
John Murphey Smith 
Josejih Clarence White 
Gordon Reid Wood 



19 3 6 



William Benfield 
William Fleming Bowman 
Richard McDonald Cann 
Bratton Herman Dillard 



Lewis Tredway Purnell 
James Hervey Ross 
John Mack Walker 
Fields Young, Jr. 



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CALDWELL CURIUB LITTLE M.ACKORELL WcNAIRs 









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MORROW BAILEY HEKR:.Y HODGE- LIVINGSTON PAGE- 







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The Philanthropic Literary Society 



Foil tided in hS-i'i 

Officers 

First Term 



D. D. McBrvdk 

W. L. FUGATE 

C. D. Deanes 
H. W. Lucas 

S. M. NOBLIN 

J. L. Vass 



-President 

.Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Critic 

Supervisor 



Second Term 

S. M. NoBLiN President 

W. L. Fugate Vice-President 

C. B. Ross Secretary 

H. W. I.ucas .^ Treasurer 

D. D. McBryde ._._ Critic 

J. L. Vass . .Supervisor 



Third 2'erm 



W. M. E. Rachal 

C. A. McNeil 

W. C. Neill 

H. W. Lucas „. 



President 

„ Vice-Pres id en t 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



J. G. NoBLiN Critic 

C. B. Ross Supervisor 

Members 

19 3 3 
Duncan D. McBryde Joseph Graham Morrison 

Stuart McGuire " S. M. Noblin 

William Alunford Ellis Rachal 

1934 

Mack E. Bagget Wilbur Lindsev Fugate 

Miller Cochran Herbert William Lucas 

Charles Averv McNeill 



Cameron Dea Deans 
Felix O. Gee, Jr. 



193 5 



John L. \^iss 



William Cecil Neill 
Courtnev Beaman Ross 



1936 
William Mowbray Beaty Robert W. Johnston 

John Dolan John Stuart McMullen 

Sidney Floyd Marsh, Jr. 



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BROW/^ FX,I>t>i H/SHCOCK? PKABODV POf& 

The Red and Black Masquers 

(Dramatic) 

Edward Alexander Hancock President 

Henry Hiram Hodgin Manager 

Jack Williams, Jr. Secretary and Treasurer 

Edward Jones Ervvin Faculty Advisor 

Members 

19 3 3 

Paul Frederick Brown Madison Reeves Pope 

William Adams Flinn Ebissa Grainger Williams 

Edward Alexander Hancock Nicholas Allison Moss 

Edward Bruce Peabody John Georu;c Marvin 

19 3 4 

Henry Hiram Hodgin Adolphe Sylvestre Rachal 

David Wills Hollingswortli Jack Williams, Jr. 

19 3 5 

Tiiomas Fanning Wood James Hunt Simpson 

Gordon Reid Brown William Lee Mcllwinen 

19 3 6 
James Dickerson McLean 



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The Glee Club 



Eugene Craft Director 

W. W. Calligan President 

J. T. Blair Vice-President 

Leland McKeithen ^...Business Manager 

W. L. McIlwinen Librarian 

Edward McNair Accompanist 

Members 



First Tenors 

W. G. Bradley 

D. S. Currie 

E. B. Garrett 
Carlisle Lewis 
C. H. Little 
Sam Maynarcl 

F. H. Morris 
W. B. Stokes 



Second Tenors 
J. E. Dill 
S. C. Henry 
Blanton Little 
Geddie Monroe 
L. T. Newland 
W. L. Northern 
Dwiglit Santiago 
Paul F. Warren 
W. J. Wells 



Baritones 

J. T. Blair 
C. B. Chapman 
R. M. Gladstone 
W. L. McIlwinen 
L. D. McPliail. Jr. 
J. A. C. Robinson 
Frank Tucker 
J. M. Williams 



Basses 
J. C. Calhoun 
W. W. Calligan 
A. P. Hassell 
Wills Hollingsworth 
Leland McKeithen 
J. W. Morgan 

D. P. McLain 

E. G. Williams 



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Lt. Col. Frederick W. Ooden 
Haitalion Commander 



MILITARY 




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TMK D.iviilsoii H. (). T. C. l)(i).irtintiit tr.iics its l)igiiining hack to tli<- days of 
tlu- World War, whon a military post was established here. From a rather in- 
auspicious heginninj;, this unit has grown until today it is one of the really vital 
cogs ill till' ((hicMtioiial system of the College. 

At pnsciit. the work of this department is supervised by three couuiiissioued otH- 
eers and two non-connuissioned officers. The commissioned officers arc: Major .1. 
T. Rhett, Captain F. M. Coihran. and Captain C. W. Scifcrt. The non-commissioned 
officers are: Sergeant B. R. Burton and Sergeant J. L. Kirby. 

The R. O. T. C. course is. with certain limitations, a compulsory one with Fresh- 
men and Sophomores. For Juniors and Seniors it is oiitional. Four years in this 
work, along with the summer camp work, entitles the student to a commission in the 
Reserve Army of the United States. For several years our military department 
has held "Excellent" rating in army circles and each Spring the Battalion is in- 
spected by an official army insiHctor, 




Instruction Officers 



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Charles E. Moore, Jr. _ -..Captain 

Eugene B. Cannon _ First Lieutenant 

Duncan D. McBryde _ J'imt Lieutetiant 

James J. Stewart Second Litutenant 

William A. Pate _ ^.Second Lieutenant 

William M. Brown „ ....First Sergeant 

Albert W. Rice _ Sergeant 

Hugh A. Wilson Sergeant 

James M. Covington, Jr Sergeant 

Alexander F. Schenck Sergeant 

Dale K. Spencer.. .„ Sergeant 



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r.viL K. Bkown, Jr. _ Captain 

William A. Flinn First Lieutenant 

John C. Calhoun- First Lieutenant 

John A. SiMith, Jr Second Lieutenant 

Jacob S. Mackorell, Jr Second Lieutenant 

Thomas H. McCallie First Sergeant 

Edward L. Powell Sergeant 

Ralph H. Smith, Jr ..Sergeant 

Adoli'he S. Rachal, Jr Sergeant 

Joseph T. Drake Sergeant 

Robert B. Moffett_ „ Sergeant 

Andrew H. Manson, Jr Sergeant 




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Company C" 

KmvAHii n. riAiiDiiv Captain 

liiN.ivMiN U. Taylor, Jr. First Lii'utiiinnt 

WoiMiiiow W. Seymour ..._ First Liciitinnnl 

Wii.T.nM H. Ward .._ ^Second Lieut(;iiaiit 

'riiiiM\s M. Davis Second Lieutenant 

F'rivMTs r. Harrison First Sergeant 

[)in C'asali Sergeant 

Wmi.iam a. Lyon Sergeant 

Wll.MAM A. KiRKLAND Seri/ftlut 

Uknjamix L. Moore _ Ser'jfftiit 



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CloRi^E E. Daily - Captain 

Alexander M. Manson First Lii'iitenant 

C.EORGE C. N'eai First Lieutenant 

William H. Coble Serund Lieutenant 

.IniiN E. Kkmahds ___ Seeond Lieutenant 

Wu.LiA.M C. Maithews - First Sergeant 

l-RANt IS H. ScoiT _ _ Sergeant 

Charles M. Kives Sergeant 

Ed\vard J. HiMPHREY Sergeant 

William T. Johnson Sergeant 

Harold K. Pratt-Thomas Sergeant 




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Miss Mary Stewart Spears 

"Quips and Cranks" 
R. L. McCallie, Editor 



One Hundred Thirty 




Miss Margaret Allen 

"Quips and Cranks" 
W. C. Thompson, Business Manager 



One Hundred Thirty-one 




Miss Eleanor Stedman 

Student Government 
J. B. Clark, President 



One Hundred Thirty-two 




Miss Caroline Lillard 

Y. M. C. A. 
P. F. Brown, President 



One Hundred Thhly-three 




Miss Mildred Morris 

"The Davidsonian" 
E. O. GuERRANT, Editor 



One Hundred Thirty-four 




Miss Elizabeth Agnes Manson 

"The Davidsonian" 
A. M. Manson, Business Manager 



One Hundred 'Thirty-five 




Miss Mathilda Kyser 

"The Yowl" 
M. Reeves Pope, Editor 



One Hundred Thirty-six 




Miss Betsy Ross 

"The Yowl" 
Arthur Ross, Business Manager 



One Hundred Thirty-seven 




Miss Dorothy Sellers 

The Senior Class 
W. A. Mebane, Jr., President 



One Hundred Thirty-eight 




Miss Pattie Virginia Pratt 

The Junior Class 
L. W. Pratt, President 



One Hundred Thirty-nine 




Miss Elizabeth Mills 

The "D" Club 
A. L. Mills, President 



One Hundred Forty 








Miss Virginia McCaslin 

The Battalion 
F. W. Ogden, Lieut. Col. 



One Hundred Forty-one 




Miss Annie Belle Smith 

The Forensic Council 
Leland McKeithen, President 



One Hundred Forty-two 




Miss Frances Brown 

Court of Control 
C. R. Wrioht, Senior Member 



One Hundred Forty-three 




Miss Eunice Lea Gathings 

The Glee Club 
W. W. Calioan, President 



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ATHLETICS 



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Capt. Norton G. Pritchett 

Dircctdr of Athlelics 



IS a year of many ups and downs, 
flashes of success in some sports 
serving in some measure to offset de- 
pressions in others, Davidson College, 
in contrast to numbers of large univer- 
sities and colleges the greatest majority 
of which cut expenditures on athletics 
to the bone, not only maintained its 
iiiHial interest in athletics but entered 
new fields. For the first time, boxing 
was instituted and competition took 
place among tl^e classes. 
A comparatively successful football season in addition to Davidson's yearly good 
track team served to overbalance a most disastrous basketball season, while a base- 
ball nine, above the level of par, and a bang-up wrestling squad wrote up scores well 
up on the right side of the ledger. 

A split-up in the Southern Conference spiked Davidson's chances for entering in 
the near future, but indications point to an early date for the Wildcats combining 
with the other big shots outside of the Big Five. 

The Wildcat tennis and golf teams both came through wtli slightly less than their 
usual success due to losing several veteran key men. but on the whole tlieir season 
was considered a good one. 




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caches 



DAVIDSON'S coaching staff experienced a general sliake-up during the latter 
half of tlic l!).31-.32 scliool year when Monk Younger and Tex Tilson received 
offers to coach at V. P. I. which they subsequently accepted. As a result, negotia- 
tions were begun with several prospective applicants, finally culminating in the ap- 
pointment of Doc Newton from Birminghain-Soutlurn .md Gene McEver from the 
University of Tennessee to guide Davidson's football destiny. 

Captain Norton Pritehett, Director of Athletics, remained in charge of track while 
Doc Unger coaclied wrestling and Flake Laird took over varsitv basketball and base- 
ball. 

Coaches Flake I-aird, Heath Whittle, and Doc Matliis took over tlie reins in 
charge of Freshman athletics and their teams as a whole wrote up scores about 
evenly balanced 




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Honor Roll Of Sports 

Charlie Pearce's spectacular 
run of 84 yards against Wake 
Forest which was called back, 
and his subsequent 55-yard sprint 
which won the game. 



The stellar performance of the 
Wildcat Five against the Demon 
Deacons in Winston-Salem. 



Jim Halverstadt's gallant show- 
ing in the State Tournament in 
which he was runner-up for the 
championship, being defeated by 
Wilmer Mines of Carolina. 



Recora for the 220-yard dash 
broken by Fred Fleagle, and rec- 
ords for the discus and shot-put 
broken by Miller Cochran. 



Captain Ben Taylor's excep- 
tionally fine leadership on the 
wrestling team. 



Three victories for the Wild- 
cat baseball nine over Carolina, 
led by Charlie Harris and Char- 
lie Pearce. 





COCHR.AN 




HALVE RSTADT 



FLEAGLE 




Charles W. Pearce 
President of the Athletic Association 



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Capt. GardisTer ' t Managkii Mebank 

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Varsity Football 

WITH till- installation of Coai-lifs Doc Ntwton and (jcne MiF.vcr. rti)lacin<f 
Monk yoiinj>tr and Tfx Tilson, Davidson gridiron mt-ntors for many years, 
an innovation in football tactics was begun. TJiese two new coaches substituted the 
Tennessee Xeyjand system for the old Monk and Tex combination, and, though 
they established ^a most creditable record for the l!l.'!2 season of four games lost, 
four won, and one tied, deliberately prorvided A foundation which in the next couple 
of years should bring forth even betteV results for Davidson. 

All acknowledge with much pride that the greatest victory of the season was that 
over Wake Forest by a 7-0 score, in which the mythical jinx held by Wake Forest 
over Davidson for several years was broken. In .iddition, three other fine victories 
resulted over Washington and Lee, Wofford, and \'. M. I. Clemson battled to a 7-7 
tie, while State and Tlu' Citadel won by margins of 1 and I point respectively, with 
Carolina and Duke winning by margins of two touchdowns each. 

DAVIDSON — DUKE 1.3 

The Wildcats had the misfortune of locking horns with the Duke Blue Devils for 
their opening encounter. Wallace Wade's experienced eleven succeeded in literally 
running circles around the embryonic Wildcat machine, including six Sophomores, 
vvhicli was subjecting its TenneSsce tactics to competition for the first time. 

The Blue Devils scored early in the first period by steady line plunging led by 
Ca))t. Mason, and scored later in the fourth (juarter when Cox, a newcomer, began 
to shoot his fireworks. After Gardner's injury, the Wildcat line appeared to crumple, 
and, one after another, they were replaced bj', second string men. Pearce and Pea- 
body showed up comparatively' well for Davidson though far from being up to par. 



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DAVIDSON 7 



W. & L. 



Again the Wildcats dtfeated the Generals of Washington and Lee. and by the 
same score as in 1931. For the first time during the season, the 'Cats reached their 
stride, and though winning by only one touchdown, the game was filled with exciting 
plays, resulting in long gains for Davidson. 

The score occurred in the second quarter, after one of the prettiest plays seen 
on the Davidson field, when Maekorell carried the ball 23 yards to the General's 
four-yard line. Again Maekorell, later in the game, passed to Morris at end who 
passed to Pearee for a gain of 26 yards. 

The Generals were unable to make a first down during the entire first half, but 
rallied in the latter part of the game to make five first downs to the Wildcats' three. 
Several times they thvrafriied to get into action, but e;ich time, tiic Wilde.-it defense 
broke their drive up. 

DAVIDSON iO — WOFFORD 6 

Davidson's fleet of pony backs pried the lid off Pandora's box against the Wofford 
Terriers, and loosed such a bevy of trick plays, line plunges, fake passes, spinners 
and reverses that the Terriers were literally swamped. Maekorell, Pearee. Wing- 
field. Flinn, Mills and T'leagle — all lightning backs, took the brakes completely off 
and turned a fair football game into an excellent track meet. 

Resisted a little in the first half, the 'Cats were able to score only twice, but with 
the opening of the second half and Wofford's first score, the fireworks began. Passes 
from Maekorell to Morris were good for from ten to thirty yards ; Pearce's end 
runs could not be estimated; Mills raced 73 yards almost to the goal line; Fleagle 
and Flinn knifed through the line and around the ends time and again for much 
yardage. As the smoke cleared away, the score was found to be 40 to 6. 









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I)A\'I1)S()\ 12 — \. M. I. 

The li.ird fifiliting cadets of V". M. I. were 
iiiiablf to stem the tide of the amhitious 
Wihlcats, and found tficniselvcs the third vic- 
tim of Davidson attacks. 'J'iie first score 
of the game took ))lace in the first (luarter. 
when, after an exchange of ])iints, Mackorell 
knifed liis way for 44 yards. On the ne.\t 
|)l.iy. I'earce was thrown for a 10 yard loss, 
l)iit a jjass from Mackorell to Morris was 
good for 2() yards. Then. Wingfield, with 
perfect interference, shot olf t.iekle for 2-5 
y.irds and a touchdown. 

Lati in the final. Il.nid. hefty lineman, in- 
ter<( pted a \'. M. 1. pass and stepped three 
yards for a second touchdown. Neither team 
attempted many passes successfully, though 
Smith's pass on his own seven-yard line to 
Walker of V. M. I. on Davidson's 41, hrougiit 
the stands to their feet. 



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CITADEL 7 



Inspired hy the flashy action of (juarter- 
liaek .hiinings, The Citadel held a sluggish 
Wildcat .it hay to gain sweet revenge for last 
year's defeat by the score of 7-(). Jennings 
and King for the cadets paired up to take 
honors for both sides. It was Jennings who 
took Pearce's punt back 48 yards for a touch- 
down, and who smothered Mackorell's try 
for extra point. 

With five minutes to play in the final 
quarter, the 'Cats rallied, and after a series 
of first downs, a pass from Mackorell to 
Morris was good for a touchdown. The try 
for extra point was incomplete, but with only 
two minutes to play, the 'Cats were in scor- 
ing position again only to lose possession of 
the ball through a fumble. 

Peabody and Kb Wilson played well in 
the backfield, while Morris, Hand, Rives, and 
Wagner held up well in the line. 

DAVIDSON 7 — CLEMSON 7 

Practically outplayed in the first half, the 
Wildcats came back in the second half to 
even up the score with the Clemson Tigers, 
and though making but one touchdown, com- 
pletely reversed their tactics of the beginning 
of the game to run circles around the Tigers. 
A 22-yard run in the third quarter by Pearce, 
a 24-yard pass to Morris, a penalty, and an 
S-yard plunge again by Pearce resulted in 
the t\-ing touchdown. 

Replete with thrills, the game was marked 
by stellar punting of both teams, Pearce for 
Davidson ])unting over 70 yards twice, re- 
markable defensive work by Wagner and 
Rives, and the polished playing of both ends. 
Morgan and Morris. Three times the Wild- 
cats threatened the Tiger goal, but each time 
the Tiger held firmly, and the game ended 
7-7. Davidson rolled u|) ten first downs to 
Clemson's three. 



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PEABODY RETURNS A PUNT AGAINST CLEMSON 




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])A\'II)S()X 3 — N. C. STATK 7 

'I'lii- Davidson Wildcats played tJicir best 
same of the season afrainst tli'e State Wolf- 
Itaek, only to loose i)y tile seant inarj^in of 
4 points. For almost tin- whole of three 
quarters, neitlier team had threatened serious- 
ly. Toward the end of the third quarter. 
Davidson reeovered a fiimhle in inidfield. 
Peai-ee got five yards. Wilson V>, MackoreJl 
10, and Wilson and Maekoreli 10 in quick 
succession to place tile ball on State's one 
toot line. Here Maekoreli fumbled, and 
State kicked out to tlie lO. A pass, a penal- 
ty, and several beautiful runs gave the ball 
to Davidson again on the two yard marker 
as the quarter ended. 

With one down to go. Peabody place- 
kicked for three points. On the next play, 
the kickoflf, Roy of State ran the entire 
length of the field for a touchdown, and thus 
the game ended, 7-3. 

DAVIDSON — CAROLINA 12 
Homecoming Day produced no victory for 
Davidson, and the Carolina Tar Heels con- 
sistently outplayed the Wildcats throughout 
the game to gain a well earned victory of 
12-0. Carolina's first score came in the latter 
part of the first quarter, when Charlie 
Woolen caught one of Pcarce's low punts 
to race 62 yards for a touchdown. The final 
touchdown was made in the last quarter 
through a series of drives beginning at mid- 
field. 

Davidson threatened only once, that in the 
last quarter, when a shifty, passing, back- 
field of Mills. Fleaglc, MaJkorell and Wing- 
field was substituted, which registered sever- 
al gains by passes and end runs. The David- 
son oiTense was liandicapi)ed badly by the 
loss of Eb Wilson who was injured on the 
first play, and was in Carolina territory very 
little of the game. 

DAVIDSON 7 — WAKE FOREST 
Thanksgiving Day and a 7-0 victory over 
Wake Forest, and the taste of victory was 
better than the taste of turkey breast to all 
Davidson fans, for they had waited eleven 
years, a most fitting dessert. Little Charlie 
Pearce, denied a touchdown when he ran 
back the kiekoft' the entire length of the field 
at the oi)tning of the second half, broke loose 
in the last ((uarter to interi'ept a Wake Forest 
))a:-.s and run .).5 yards for the winning touch- 
down. 

The Wildcats played over their heads that 
d.iy. The Deacons had a heftier team and a 
better record in the Big Five, but eleven 
fighting Wildcats were fighting more than a 
game. Many times the Deacons invaded the 
shadow of the Wildcats' lair, but each time, 
the Davidson line held. The entire line 
covered itself with glory. Wagner outdid 
himself, as did Captain Buddy Gardner, per- 
forming with an injured knee, while Peabody 
and Wilson in the backfield did more than 
their share. And the score ended: 7-0. 




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A CAROLINA BACK IS CLOSELY PURSUED 



WAGNER, TACKLE 




MACKORELL, QUARTERBACK 



CLEMSON SCORES AGAINST WILDCATS 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 





Capt. Peabody 



Manacjkk Baily 



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Varsity Basketbal 






"P^AVinSON'S 1933 basketball season, the most catastrophic in 3'ears, brought 
-*-^ only four victories out of nineteen games played. Injuries and tough breaks 
accounted for several defeats, but the material was lacking and the team played 
erratically, spurting forward with a show of teamwork at times and later relapsing 
into comas of nondescript fumbling. In tlie final analysis, the Wildcats performed 
none too brilliantly in a year when the majority of their opponents were experienc- 
ing their best seasons. 

Charlie Harris, flashy Sophomore forward, took first place in the individual scor- 
ing for tlie season with a total of 113 points. Fred Dickerson followed closely with 
95 points, while Bruce Peabody and Courtney Ross gained third and fourth places 
with totals of 89 and 86 points respectively. Ross led in scoring field goals with 
an even forty. Foul goal honors went to Captain Peabody who made 3-5 out of i6 
attempts good. 

Tile Wildcats met six opponents before they were able to register a victory. The 
season opened with the Charlotte "Y" in Charlotte, the latter winning 37-27. The 
game was a fast and interesting one, the 'Cats coming from behind in the second 
half to show considerable improvement. A return game with the "Y" ])roved almost 
a duplicate of the first and Charlotte again gained 37 points to the 'Cats 29. Hol- 
land caged nine points to be high scorer for the 'Cats. 



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Furman's "Purple Hurricane" visited Davidson next, and, led by the eagle-eyed 
Nau who garnered 20 of his team's points, thrashed the 'Cats to the tune of 44-30. 
The game was a nip and tuck afifair from the first until the closing minutes of the 
o-ame when Mr. Nau ran wild to give his team an unbeatable lead. 

Carolina, led bv Aitken and Weathers. All-.Soutliern players, completely routed 
the 'Cats in Charlotte by the overwhelming s<-ore of .58-1(5. Although Harris of 
Davidson was high scorer for the evening, not once did the 'Cats threaten and the 
Tar Heels had things pntty much their own way. 

The Duke Blue Devils, following Carolina's example, administered another big 
dose to the Wildcats and pibd up a big score to win 58-14. Thompson of Duke 
led the way with 1'4 points. The Devils' consistently good b.-.sketball teams put 
out an unusually strong aggri'gation this year and had little trouble in sending the 
'Cats down in defeat. 

The sixth consecutive defeat of tiie season in as many games was given the Wild- 
cats by Erskine College, this by the close score of .3;5-.32. The game was close from 
start to finish, neither team holding over three or four points margin at any time. 
Featuring the game was Baker. Erskine's luminary, who accounted for 12 of the 
"Flying Fleet's" points. Baker was closely folb.wrd by Peabody of Davidson with 
10 points. 

Following a ten day examination period, the 'Cats met and defeated a strong 
Wofford team in an extra period 27-2.5. The game began sluggishly, neither team 
being able to convert their tries into points, and the Terriers led at half-time 14-5. 
The second half told a different tale, however. A revived Wildcat five came back 
to catch up with Wofford. As the gun sounded, Harris tossed in the tying foul. 




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'I'lir.c goals and a foul shot gave IJavidson 
the lead and the game, tlic first victory of the 
season. 

Ofr-eaiii])iis trii)s into South Carolina and 
V^irginia nettid th.- 'CiU on,' vietory out of 
five games. I'uriji.iii duplicated its previous 
vietory earlier in the -,( ,ison on home ground 
and came from luhind in the second half to 
win 33 to 28. Roper, lanky center for Fur- 
man, managed to get most of the tips at cen- 
ter and was res])onsil)le for ] fi points. 

Wofford, out for revenge upon the Wild- 
cats who had given them their first defeat in 
the year. i)layed over their own heads, and 
a stiilihorn l)a\ idson (|uintet rang up another 
game on the wrong side of the ledger 39-21'. 
Diekerson accounted for 10 of Davidson's 
|)oints. 

Two close games were played in Vir- 
ginia, the first lost to .Monk Youngcr's 
\ . 1'. I. Cadets, the second won over Lvnch- 
hurg College. Davidson led throughout most 
of the game with the Cadets, but Mr. Young- 
cr's team came from behind in the closing 
minutes of the game to win 27-22. The 
Wildcats closed their out of the state tour 
with a victory over Lynchburg 24-21. Abilitv 
to make their free throws good gave the 
Cats a win. 

A return game with Duke University in 
Durham again resulted in defeat, but this 
time by not quite so large a margin. The 
'Cats .showed much improvement over their 
previous encounter and held the Devils to 
a il-2.5 score. 

N. C. State's Red Terrors were held in 
cheek closely during the first half, but they 
were not to be denied and, at the Wildcat's 
expense, won their first Big Five victory of 
the season. Davidson was held to only three 
free throws during the second portion of 
the game, and when the gun went ofT, the 
Cats found themselves on the little end of 
a 39-16 score. 

The fastest and most spirited game of the 
season was that with Wake Forest, played 
in Winston-Salem. This game was the first 
and only meeting of the two teams during 
the season. Both teams worked smoothly be- 
fore the half. Wake Forest leading 24-20. In 
the second half, the Deacons rallied strongly 
and tallied 1.0 points while the 'Cats could 
only get 7. Led by Harris, Davidson again 
rallied and in two minutes brought the score 



up to 43-39. A stall by the winners as the 
game closed gave them a well-earned victory. 

A xictory over tlie Elon Christians, 38-18, 
and second losses to Carolin.-i and State, 
39-26 and 35-23, accoiinti<I for an eastern in- 
vasion by the Wildcats. All tliree games 
were closely jjlayed, but the 'Cats showed 
tlieir previous tendency to wildness toward 
the closing moments of the g;ime. 

Tlie Davidson quintet closed the 1933 sea- 
son with a victory over Lynchburg College 
37-32. The Wildcats held the lead through- 
out the game and were threatened only once. 
Courtney Ross was liigh scorer with 11 
points, Harris following with nine. 

This was one of the most disastrous sea- 
sons ever experienced by a Wildcat quintet 
winning four out of nineteen scheduled games. 
However the squad opened the season with 
prospects very dim and Coach Laird only had 
a couple of lettermen left over from last 
year's squad. With five of the squad headed 
by Captain-elect Harris slated to return next 
year and a brace of likely Freshmen coming 
op Coach Laird bids fair to return David- 
son to the Basketball forefront. 

Letters were awarded the following: Cap- 
tain Bruce Peabody, Captain-elect Charlie 
Harris, Jack Wagner, Fred Dickerson, Mack 
Holland, John Lafferty, Courtney Ross, 
Harry Boucher, George Bailey, Manager, 
and Bob Glasgow, Freshman Manager. 





RESULTS 




Davidson . 


27 


Charlotte "Y" . 


37 


Davidson _ 


_ _ 29 


Charlotte "Y" . 


37 


Davidson _ 


. _ 30 


Furnian 


44 


Davidson - 


____ .18 


Carolina 


56 


Davidson 


... 11 


Duke 


58 


Davidson _ 


. _- 32 


Erskine 


. 33 


Davidson 


- . 27 


Wottord 


25 


Davidson , 


- - 26 


Furinan 


33 


Davidson - 


_ _ 24 


Wofford 


39 


Davidson - 


22 


V. P. L 


27 


Davidson 


21 


Lynchburg 


21 


Davidson 


2.5 


Duke 


44 


Davidson . 


16 


N. C. State 


39 


D.ividson - 


39 


Wak(- Forest _ 


43 


Davidson -. 


38 


Elon 


18 


Davidson - 


26 


Carolina 


39 


Davidson . 


23 


N. C. State .,__ 


35 




37 


Lynchburg 

Total 


32 


Total 


._...479 


660 


Won 


4 


Lost 


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Managek Neal 



Varsity Baseball 



"rAA\'I])SON'S 1<);j;J lias.hall ttain appeared as one of tlie IhsI in the history 
■*~^ of the eollege. As this book went to press tlic Wildeat nine liad a reeord of 
eight vietories and no defeats in eollegiate diamond circles, and had split an ex- 
hibition series with the Charlotte Hornets, professional team, of the Piedmont 
league. 

Coach Flake "Red" Laird developed a splendid combination, both in the field 
and with the ashen stick. He li.id Bumgarner, diminutive keystone sacker as lead- 
off man, followed in order by Pcabody, hard hitting leftfielder; Mackorell, third 
baseman; Morgan, righttielder ; Mills, shortstop; Morris, first baseman; June Mor- 
rison, centerfielder, and Johnny Whitley, behind the bat. 

.Toe Morrison. Frank Mock. Billy Ra\enel. and Fred Sinyre also saw service, and 
]iiit up a showing of no mean merit. 

An excellent jiitehing staff composed of two right banders and a like number of 
southpaws, kept Davidson's opponents at a scoring minimum. Charlie Harris, Sopho- 
more sensation, and Julian West are the boys who pitched in the orthodox style, 
while Charlie Pearce and George Baily could stack up with any portsiders in the 
state. 

Johnny Mackorell was leading the hitting with .4(53 as this book went to the 
printers. Mills, Bumgarner, Morris, and others were also hitting the "old apple" 
for the Davidson aggregation. 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



The 'Cats opened the season by taking a free hitting spree from the Catawba 
Indians, by the impressive score of 11 to 2. The Davidson lads hit when liits mean 
runs, and amassed their enviable total, without an unusual amount of extra base 
hitting. Charlie Pearce and Charlie Harris worked on the mound for Davidson. 

The Mountain Bear nine of Lenoir-Rhyne came next, and the 'Cats sent a fusi- 
lade of hits against two Lenoir-Rhyne hurlers, and drove them to all corners of the 
lot to hang u]) their second victory at 20 to 8. Harris was on the liilloik for the 
locals. 

Union Seminary, minus tin services of liurler Knox Poole, was the next to fall 
before the batting barrage of the slugging Wildcats. Wimpy Ravenel and K. D. 
Weeks played two innings for the Union boys, and nearly put teammate George 
Baily in trouble, but the blond portsider steadied, and held the Preachers to two 
bingles during the last eight innings, winning 9 to 4. 

A return game with Catawba nearly turned out disastrously for the Wildcats. 
Catawba held a 7 to G lead as tiie Davidson boys went to bat in the seventh canto, 
but the locals got their heavy bats to working and hammered out six runs, to bring 
the game home, 12 to 7. Pearce pitched for Davidson. 

The strong Elon nine then invaded Davidson. These boys, who held .i siiut out 
over the North Carolina Tar Heels, and who were highly touted as "giant-killers" 
were completely at the mercy of hurler Charlie Harris, who turned them back, 
7 to 2. 

The Wildcat aggregation then started on their spring holiday caiii))aign. This 
opened with a brace of txhibitiou games against the Charlotte Hornets of tiie Pied- 




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rridiit I,i;if;iii-. fjiorfjc B;iily was in rar(- 
Idri]] In tlic opincr, and turned tin- ])ro.s 
hack witJi two sfattt-rcd binglcs, wliilc his 
mates were garnering nine to take the game, 
5 to I. 

However, on the following day tlie Hornets 
retaliated witli a vengeance, and shelled 
Julian West for eight safeties, which coupled 
with six Davidson errors, served to defeat the 
Wildcats, 8 to 0, which is their only defeat to 
date. These two games have no effect on 
Davidson's standing in collegiate baseball, 
however. 

A pair of holiday games had been arranged 
with tlie University of North Carolina. In 
the first imbroglio, played in Winston-Salem, 
the Saturday before Easter, the 'Cat nine, 
behind the steady pitching of Charlie Pearce, 
turned back the Tar Heels, 4 to 3 to go into 
the lead in the Big Five race. 

The second game was played in Concord 
before a large crowd on Easter Monday. 
This game, in spite of a first inning homer by 
Peacock, Carolina centerfielder, also went 
to the Davidson contingent by a 4 to 3 
count. Charlie Harris turned in a nice bit 
of pitching. 

In the last game of the vacation campaign 
the Elon Christians again bowed before the 
formidable aggregation of sluggers from 
Davidson. This time, led by Big Jim Mor- 
gan at the bat, the 'Cats went on a hitting 
spree, piling up a 12 to 2 score. George 
Baily had the Christians completely at his 
mercy throughout the game. 

The first game after the Easter holidays 
was played with Carolina at Chapel Hill. 
Davidson won by an 8 to 7 score, winning 
the third straight game in the series with 
Carolina. The Wildcats used three pitchers, 
Pearce, West and Baily, in this encounter but 
West received credit for the victory. West 
relieved Pearce in the sixth inning and the 
team managed to bunch their hits to win. 

Carolina started off in good shape and 
maintained a 8 to lead at the beginning of 
the fourth inning. Then, Davidson's hitters 
bunched bingles and scored four runs for 
their lead which they kept for the rest of 
the afternoon. J. G. Morrison led David- 
son's hitters with three for four. 

Davidson received the first licking of the 
season in the game with North Carolina 
State. It was a surprise defeat for David- 



son was scheduled by several authorities to 
win. However, the Wolfpaek rallied about 
the middle of the eonfiiet and wlicn it was 
over Davidson was on the sliort end of a !> 
to (i score. 

At the hcijinnini;- of the fourth inning, 
l)a\idson had a (i to 1 le.ul witli Baily 
jiitchinj;. ]5ut durinfj- the following three 
iiniings State made seven rims. One of these 
oi'curred when a State batsman hit a home 
run with the bases full. This was the de- 
ciding factor in the results of the game. 

Timse pitching for Davidson in the fray 
were Baily, West and Pearce. Seitz pitched 
for the opposing team. Following tliis game 
the Wildcats started on a four game invasion. 
They played Lenoir-Rhyne at Hickory and 
trounced them soundly. They enjoyed an 
encounter with Haminlen-Sidney, winning 
tiiis contest by a 2 to 1 score. 

The Gobblers of ^^ P. I. were tlieir op- 
ponents in Blacksburg in a two game classic. 
They lost the first to the Gobblers by 7 to 
in which game the Tech pitcher allowed only 
three scattered hits. The second game was 
won by the Gobblers to the tune of 4 to 1. 
After their foreign invasion they returned to 
the home field to play the Demon Deacons 
of Wake Forest. However, due to the in- 
clement weatiur the game had to he post- 
|)i)iicd until a later d.ite. 

The t'ats are to wind up thi'ir home sched- 
uh- with games with Duke and State on the 
hom<' diamond. The outcome of the Big Five 
r.-ice will (irohably dei)end on these two 
games. To date only four games have been 
lost with twelve games won for a total ])er- 
eeiitage of .750. Standing at the top of the 
Big Five race as the annual goes to press 
Davidson followers view the 1933 season as 
one of the most successful in a decade. 



RESULTS 



Davidson ll 

Davidson 20 

Davidson 9 

Davidson 12 

Davidson 7 

Davidson .5 

Davidson 

D.ividson 4 

D.ividson 4 

Davidson 12 



Catawba 2 

Lenoir-Rhyne 8 

Union 4 

Catawba . 7 

Elon 2 



Hornets 

Hornets 

North Carolina 
North Carolina 
Elon 



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As tliis l)Ook goes to the ]>riiiters tin- Davidson track season is a little more than 
half over. At tiiis ])oint that team has a perfect record, with tiiree wins and 
no losses. Coaches Pritchett and Whittle liave done excellent work with some good 
and some poor material, and lia\i- \>ut a team on the field that h.is literally swamped 
all opposition thus far. 

A feature of this season has heeii the setting of new records in the shotput and 
discus hy Miller Cochran, who tossed the sixteen jiound iron h.ill. H feet 3 inches 
in the Davidson-Wake Forest meet and the discus 134 feet 4 inches against Soutli 
Carolina. The former record of 4.4 feet 11-8 inches was held by Lef twitch of the 
class of 1929. Cochran held the college record in the discus throw. Another fea- 
ture was tlie breaking of the old 220-yard dash mark held by J.oTin Currie. Fred 
Fleagle chalked up the fast time of 21.6 seconds to shade Currie's usark «f 21.7 
against South Carolina at Columbia. * 

Captain Fred F'leagle, ace sprinter, has turned in victories in both the centurH" 
and the furlong in all meets held thus far. He has turned in two hundred y.ird 
dashes in 9.9. His time on the 220-yard dash has been comparatively as fasf. 
He has been ably assisted in the dashes by Bob McCallie and Alex Little. 

In the high hurdles Lanier Pratt and Fred McPhail have things well in hand. 
They have consistently run the high timbers under sixteen seconds throughout the 
season. McPhail is a Sophomore and Pratt a Junior and a varsity letterman of 
last season's team. Alex Little and Bob McCallie took the first two places in the 
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John Howard, varsity miler of 1932, is again kading the Davidson contingent in 
this event. He won his race in the miet with V. P. I. and took second in the meet 
with Wake Forest. He was unable to compete against Furman in the opening meet. 
Morrow, Oates, and GuUette have also shown up well in the mile, the last named 
taking first in the Furman encounter. 

Charlie Little, a Senior, in his first year out for track, leads tlic Davidson con- 
tingent of two-milers. In the three meets he has amassed a total of eleven points, 
by virtue of two seconds and a first. McFadyen, of last year's Freshman team, and 
Woodside also represent Davidson in this event. 

A trio of seasoned half-milers give the Wildcats a good showing in the 880-yard 
run. These men include lettermcn Gwynn and ( aiiuon and also Corbin, who saw 
service last year. 

Duke Glasgow, Sophomore, has won his specialty, the 4-iO-yard run, in the past 
three meets. He has been aided and abetted in this event by Grant and Wingfield. 

In the field events, tlie ])oU' vault is well taken care of by Billy Flinn, who holds 
the present college record in that event. J. B. Lee adds needed assistance with places 
in each meet. 

Henry Rhyne, a veteran jumper, and Coble appear to have the high juni)) under 
control, aiul are taking ])laces in the meets with coiii])arative ease. 

Miller Cochran is the outstanding weight man, although Jack Wagner, A. J. 
Potter, and Joe Dill, keep adding points to the Davidson total by bagging points 
in these events. In the Wake Forest meet, with Wagner away, Cochran took in 
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'I'iic- liroail J mil)) lias lucn well taken care 
of by Aniiistcad, I'liiiii, Dickcr.son, and Alex 
I-ittlf. 'I'lii-si- hoys liiive been consistently 
jumpinfi well over twenty feet, and have 
added strengtii to a well lialanced cinder or- 
fianization. 

The season o|)tii((l with tin- 'Cats hunipiiif; 
off tile Pur])le Hurricane from Furman Uni- 
versity of South Carolina, 83 1-3 to 36 2-3. 
Fleaglc featured the meet by trouncing Allej', 
Furman's highly spoken of dash man, in both 
of the sprints. Wagner, performing with a 
cracked wrist, placed second in the shotpiit. 

The next meet, also held here, was a dual 
meet with \^. P. I. The 'Cats took most of 
the first ]>laees to trim the Gobbler repre- 
sentatives, 7.5 to .51. Fleagle again took tlie 
spotlight for tlie locals with wins in the 
100 and 220. running the former in 9.9. 
However, it was uj) to W. Turner of Virginia 
Poly to furnish the fireworks for the spec- 
tators. He cleared the b.ir at (! feet 1 3-4 
inches in the high juni)) to est.ablish a new 
y . p. I. record. 

A meet with the University of Florid.i at 
Gainesville had to be called off on account of 
rain. 

In the season's third encounter, the 'Cats 
swept everything before them, and de- 
molished the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 
98 1-2 to 27 1-2. 

The Wildcat cindermen next journeyed to 
Columbia where they met the South Caro- 
lina Gamecocks under a broiling sun. Tiie 
meet was nip and tuck throughout and was 
not decided until iGwj'nn cinched enough 
points by taking second in the 880. The 
highlights of the meet were the breaking of 
the discus and 220-yard dash marks. Miller 
Coehr.in tiirew the discus for a new mark 
of 131 feet 4 inches to smash his old mark. 
Capt. Fred Fleagle dashed to a new 220 
mark of 21.6 lowering the old record by one- 
tenth of a second. The meet score was 6.5 
2-3 to 60 1-3. 

RESULTS 

David.son 83 1-3 Furman 36 2-3 

Davidson 75 V. P. I. 51 

Davidson 98 1-2 Wake Forest 27 1-2 

Davidson-Florida at Gainesville — Rain (Can- 
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JUMPER IN MID AIR 220 EASILY 



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Capt. Tavlou 



Manager Daxiel 



Varsity Wrestling 



ATTEMPTING one of the most difficult schedules that a Davidson wrestling 
tiam has faced in many years, the 19.33 Wildcat matmen had a very success- 
ful season, winnini; two out of four matches and tying a fifth. Instead of the an- 
nual meet with the Virginia Military Institute, Davidson journej'ed far to the North 
to meet with Franklin and Marshall College at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Following 
this match the 'Cat grapplers met Washington and Lee, Duke, \'irginia Polytechnic 
Institute, and the University of North Carolina in succession. 

Captain Ben Taylor, wrestling in the lG.5-pound class, won every match but two. 
Against Franklin and Marshall, Taylor scored Davidson's only points by gaining 
a time decision in the 1 (55-pound class. In the Duke meet he again gained a time 
decision over his opponent and in the Carolina match he won by a fall. Dick Whit- 
field, a Senior, finished a successful season in the unlimited class. Against Wash- 
ington and Lee, Whitfield won by a time decision and ])inned his man in the V. P. I. 
match. 

A. J. Potter, a Sophomore who occasionally stepped out of his weight and alter- 
nated with Captain Taylor in the 165- and 175-pound class, did exceptionally well 
this season, winning three out of his five contests by time advantages. Lawrence 
Quarterman, another Sophomore who wrestled in the 13.5-pound weight, also won 
three of his five contests, one by a fall and the other two by time decisions. 

Ernest Jenkins, wrestling in the 126-pound class, won a time advantage over his 
opponent in the Duke meet. Dillon who replaced Jones when he suffered a broken 
collar bone in the Franklin and Marshall meet, defeated his man from V. P. I. by 
a time decision. Walter Sprunt, another second-year man, won both of the twc 
matches that he wrestled by time advantages, defeating his opponent from V. P. I. 
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Tlie Wildcats opened the season against Franklin and Marshall College at Lan- 
caster, Pennsylvania. The latter team was victorious by a score of 31 to 3. Captain 
Taylor was the only man to win his matcli ; although wrestling out of his weight he 
won a time decision over his opponent. 

The second meet of the year was with Washington and Lee, last season's confer- 
ence winners. W. and L. defeated the 'Cats on their home mat by a score of 22 to 
6. The Generals won six of the eight matches. Fort and Whitfield scoring David- 
son's only points by gaining two time advantages. 

On February 2nd the Wildcats had their first taste of victory at the expense of the 
Duke Blue Devils. The 'Cats met and downed at Davidson the Blue Devils by a 
score of 15 to 11. Jenkins, Potter, Fort, Quarterman, and Taylor scored all of the 
points by time decisions. 

Following this match Davidson, on their own mat, met the grapplers from V. P. I. 
and defeated them by a score of 19 to 13. Fort (145-pound) was out because of 
an injury and was replaced by Griffith. Davidson won five of the eight matches; 
Whitfield and Quarterman winning by falls and Dillon, Sprunt, and Potter by time 
advantages. 

The final meet of the season was with Carolina at Chapel Hill, the score ending in 
a 14 to 14 draw. After the 126-pound match it was nip and tuck. The match ended 
with Carolina having won four matches and Davidson the same. Captain Taylor 
won his match bv a fall and Potter, Sprunt, and Quarterman gained time advantages. 

RESULTS 



Davidson 3 

Davidson 6 

Davidson 15 

Davidson 19 

Davidson 1 4 



Franklin and Marshall 31 

W. and L. 22 

Duke 1 1 

V. P. I. 13 

U. N. C. 14 



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Varsity 
Tennis 

Capt. Myers 




WITH two of last year's very 
fill team. Captain Myers, and 



success- 
iptain Myers, and Halver- 
statlt, again in aetion. the 1933 Davidson 
tennis team opened its sehedule by winning 
one out of the first two meets, the third 
luateh witli Emory being rained out. 
The most outstanding play of the season appeared in the North Carolina State 
Tennis Tourney held at Duke in which Jimmy Halverstadt battled his way to the 
finals only to be defeated after a hard fight in a drizzling rain. In the doubles, 
Captain Myers teamed up with Halverstadt also reached the finals; but they, after 
a hard and trying match were defeated 6-1, fi-2, 9-7. 

Following is a list of the tennis team and what they played: No. 1 Jimmy Halver- 
stadt, No. 2 Captain Charles Myers, No. 3 W. T. Thompson, No. 4 Dudley Elvery, 
No. 5 Robert Morrow. No. 6 Phifer and Scott alternated for this position. 

RESULTS 

Emory Rained Out — 

Georgia Tech .- 4 

South Carolina 



Washington and Lee 

William and Mary 

The Citadel 




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Golf 



Capt. Caldwell 



UNDER the leadership of Captain T. P. 
Caldwell, the Wildeat Golf team, com- 
posed of Jack Wagner, J. P. Thompson. A. 
M. Manson, R. K. Gregory, and T. A. 
Bowles. Jr.. won six out of tliirteen matches 
and registered one tie with Washington and 
Lee. 

RESULT.S 




Davidson 1^^ 

Davidson - - 71/; 

Davidson 1 l 

Davidson 1 1 

Davidson 7I/2 

Davidson — - V2 

Davidson 1 5 

Davidson OV2 

Davidson 5l/^ 

Davidson 5I/2 

Davidson 2 

Davidson ] l 

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U. of Richmond - IGl/o 

U. of Georgia IOI/2 

Furman 4 

Washington and Lee 4 

Duke _; IOV2 

U. of North Carolina I7I/2 

N. C. State College 3 

U. of Richmond 8^ 

William and Mary 121/2 

Washington and Lee . 5^ 

U. of Georgia 16 

Furman 4 

V. of South Carolina _ .. 4^/2 




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Cheer Leaders 




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FROM the looks of the Davidson P'rislinian football squad at the first of the 
season, it appeared as if Coach "Red" I.aird would have a hard U])hill struggle 
to jiut out a good team. However, assisted by Coaeh "Doe" Mathis. he rounded off 
a very sueeessful season with the Kittens. This team proved to he a sera])])y eleven 
that made u]) for its small size In' hard fighting, hrainwork, and the spirit to win. 

Being outweighed by all the teams they played, the Kittens made a verv good 
showing, eventually turning in a creditable score card with two wins, one tie. and 
two close losses. The two wins were by large scores, signifying a swift attack and 
alertness for every opportunity. They won their fir.st game against Presbyterian 
Junior College 26-0. and in their second fray thev defeated the Woflford Freshmen 
20-(!. Even though they gre.-itly outplayed the William and Mary (Southern Divi- 
sion) Freshmen, they were unable to tally and the score remained 0-0. They lost 
to the strong State Freshman Team 7-12, with the winning touchdown coming in 
the last minute of play. Although greatly outweighed by the Duke Freshmen, the 
Kittens held them to a 13-7 victory. 

Their initial contest on September 23 against the Presbyterian .Junior College 
caught the Wildkittens in a somewhat ragged and unsettled state. As yet the 
coaches had not been able to get a line on the jilayers to definitelv place them. How- 
ever, the competition was not very great and they managed to come out on the big 
end of a 26-0 score. Keeping the ball in the enemy territory throughout the game, 
the Kittens were threatened only once when P. J. C, unable to break through the 
line backed up by Slaughter, resorted to an aerial attack. 

The Frosh then journeyed to Spartanburg, South Carolina, where, in a game full 
of thrills, thej' ran rings around the Woiford Freshmen 21-6. The Terriers made 
desperate efforts to retaliate for the long gains of the Wildkittens. but their only 
score came in the first quarter as a result of a pass. The Davidson Frosh made their 
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feet interference raced 70 yards for a touchdown. The second touchdown came in 
the bcfjinning of the tliird quarter when, after a long drive down tiie field. Burns 
tossed a jjass to Cunibie over the goal line. Pearce nabbed a ;jO-yard pass from 
Pittman and ran the remaining 20 yards for another touchdown shortly before the 
game ended. Windham and Cathey did good defensive work at tackles. 

The Kittens' first and hardest loss came when they were defeated by the bulky 
State Fresiimen at Greensboro 12-7. State's first score came toward the end of the 
first half when they carried the ball ten yards off tackle for a touchdown. David- 
son retaliated (|uiekly in the second half when Pittman hurled a :S5-yard pass to 
Burns across tiie goal line. As the result of a poor punt by the Kittens and a 
pass by the WoHpaek. tlie latter gained the winning touchdown in the last minute 
of the game. Verbal did most of the ground gaining for Davidson, wiiile Windham 
and C'atiiey played a great defensive game. 

Piling up ten first downs to their opponents two. the Wihlkittens battled the 
William and Mary Freshmen to a scoreless tie. Davidson was on tiie offensive 
througiiout the game, and the j),issing attacks of their opponents utterly failed. 
The scintillating runs of Verbal and the passes of Burns kept the ball continually 
in entmy territory. Brenizer showed up well in the line at center. 

Outweighed 1-5 or 20 pounds per man, the Freshmen suffered defeat in tiieir next 
and last game at the hands of the undcfeattd Duke Freshmen. The first quarter 
saw the Wildkittens outplay the Blue Inqis, and in the second they held their own. 
but in the tiiird (|uarter Duke intercepted two ])asses which put them in scoring 
position. In the final quarter the Wildkittens drove almost the length of the field 
to score. 

SUMMARY 



Davidson 26 

Davidson 20 

Davidson 

Davidson 7 

Davidson 7 



Presbyterian Junior College - - 

Wott'ord Freshmen 6 

William and Mary Freshmen 

N. C. State Freshmen 12 

Duke Freshmen 13 




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Freshman Basketball 

THE Frt'sliinan ]5.iskttli.ill 'I'rain tiijovcd .1 rclatixily good season. Flashing 
intermittent brilliance, the Yearlings won several contests only to lose others 
when unable to find the basket through poor teamwork. For the most part these 
insufficiencies may be blamed upon lack of experience. Only a small ))art of the 
team's personnel had seen previous basketball service. 

Herman Dillard, brilliant Kitten forward, led his team mates in the individual 
scoring, with thirty-four field goals and eleven converted foul shots for seventy points. 
Close on Dillard's heels were Woodrow Burns and Dick Parker who tied with sixty- 
nine jjoints apiece. Co-Ca])tains, Cole Windham and Hack Sanders were third and 
fourth in the individual scoring with tallies of fifty-six and fifty points, respectively, 
to their credit. 

The team scoring was rather low. The opjjosition amassed a total of US points 
to STi points for the Kittens. Several rather one-sided defeats for the Freshmen 
made this possible. 

On a whole it may be said however, that with eight victories out of fifteen starts, 
for a percentage of .533, the Kittens had a very good season. 

RESULTS 

Davidson liT IiideiH'iHlence Trust 16 Davidson.- .34 Balls Creek 26 

Davi.NDii IL' l!i-lirii>nt Aliht-v 37 Davidson .. 3S Lee's McRae 24 

l)avi(Kiiii l;^ Sali-hiiiA IIil-Ii 26 Daviilson .....17 Mt. Ulla High 87 

l)a\i(lsoii ■.■" W.HImkI 1 i.'xIi 37 Davidson ..32 B.llls Creek 15 

DaviilMin 1-- Sali-liun lliu'li 20 Davidson IS Darlingrton 34 

Davidson M llilni..nt Aljljcy 40 Davidson 29 Caldwell Memorial 25 

Davidson 2il M. V. C. I 28 Davidson 16 N. C. Fresli 53 

Davidson 12 N. C. State Fresli 49 



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I'uKSHiMAX B.VSKliALL SqUAU 

Freshman Baseball 

THE opfiiiiig ol the 1933 Frcslmian hasfball season I'ouiul Coach Uiigt'i- witli a 
small and inex])erienced group, and prospects looked douhtful for the Wild- 
kittens. However, some men of natural ability who had no ex])erience in baseball 
in some cases outdid those with previous traininj;', and a baseball team quickly ma- 
terialized. This team lost early to Charlotte High 17-10, but Coach Unger whipped 
them into shape so that they later defeated the same team ;j-l. Having won five 
of their first eight games, the Freshmen seem well prepared to meet the remaining 
six opjjonents with success. 

I'ractically all the Freshmen are sporadic- hitters, howexcr Burns, McFadyen, 
and Partridge have been fairly consistent. Burns, who has come tlirough with 
several timely bingles, is a good first-sacker and should be valuable to tlu' varsity 
next year. McFadyen, at second, has also proven depeiulalile. Foftiui. at short, 
and Haake at third, have made very creditable showings. Clark and Moore have 
alternated behind the bat. and both have turned in good performances. Brown and 
C. Young have been pressing men for positions in the infield. Cumbie, Kuykcndall, 
Partridge, and Stuart have kept the outfield impregnable, with Senter, Parker, and 
Walker as substitutes. .Jenkins proved himself an excejitional pitcher when he 
fanned 26 men in the first two games. Richardson and Catluv are also working on 
the mound with Mann and Sanders as substitutes. 



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FOI-LOWING the examples set for tliem by the other teams of the class of '36, 
the Freshman Track Team has shown itself to be one of the strongest teams that 
has ever represented Davidson on the track. 

The Wildkittens have been victorious in tiie three meets partici])ated in thus far. 
In the first meet the Freslimen defeated Cliarlotte High 7t 1-3 to 12 2-.} points. 
Tile V. P. I. Freshmen were next defeated 7(5 to H points. In the triangular meet 
with Winston-Salem and Charlotte High Schools they emerged victorious, nosing 
out Charlotte 61 to 59 points. These first three victories have revealed a well- 
balanced team that should go far in future meets. 

In Evans, the Freshmen have a brilliant performer in the dashes. In the State 
Indoor Meet he set state record for Freshmen for the 60 yard dash with the time 
of 6 5-10 seconds. Faison, another fast man, is only a little behind him in these 
events. The team can always count on Frazier, the star distance man, to bring in 
victories in the 140 and mile runs. In Dolan, Lee, and Pittman the team has three 
performers who have cleared the bar at over eleven feet in the pole vault. The Fresh- 
men are well represented in the hurdles by Parker, Pittman, and Cathey. Other 
men who have helped make the team a well-rounded point-scoring machine are Mer- 
chant in the mile, Tipton and Windham in the shot, and Shufford in the half mile. 

The team indicated its strength in the good showing of its members who took 
part in the State Indoor Meet. The team will meet Presbyterian College on April 
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THE Fri'sliman Class has been rtprt-siiitid by an unusually strong tennis team. 
The team was made up of Carlyle Lewis, Martin Barnette, Bill Bowman, and 
Bill Bell. These men won their places in a competitive tournament, in which Lewis' 
steady stroking defeated Barnette, the runner-up, in a hard fought finals match, 
the score being 6-1, 0-.'}. G-1. Lewis and Bell teamed together in the doubles, while 
Barnette and Bowuiaii furnislird the other eiiiubiuation. 

The teaiu opened the season with a \iitory over Darlington. The best match of 
tin- day was between Lewis-Bell and I'otts-Cireer. The Davidson team's remark- 
able co-operation saved the match after a hard-fought struggle. Tiiis four to two 
victory over Darlington showed that the VVildkittcns have a tennis team that bids 
fair to come through the season with .1 long string of victories. The team will 
meet Winston-Salem, Hickory, Catawb.i. and will take part in the St.ite Meet on 
A|)ril the I 7th. 



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FRATERNITIES 



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GKANT LBB 



Pan-Hellenic Council 

Frederick Lkwis Smvre, Jr. -S''" '^''"■'" ''' 

William Frederick Mulliss (President) -Pi Kappa Alpha 

David Meade Bernard - Kappa Alpha 

Alexander Graham Little '*»''>/'"" ■"/'''" Kp.'.ilo,, 

Fred Bond Fleagle . __ ^appn Sifpna 

Robert Harrison Alderman ^'' Kappa J'hi 

Walter Allen Mebane (Secreiar,,-Trcas,irrr) Phi Gamma Delta 

Georoe Chalmers Neal ^''"•'" ''/-.;/„« (>m,;,a 

Alfred Holt Grant /''" /^'"" '^''"■'" 

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Flower: Rose 



Toiiudcd (it Mitniii f'liivrrxit I/, August <S', ISSO 
Colors: Pink and Bluk 

PI ALPHA CHAPTER 

Estahlhhed in 185S 

Fratres in Facultate 
Walter Lee Lingle 

Frathes in Collegio 

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Pearl Bowers Beailiiim. Jr. Byron Sehrivcr 

John George Marvin Benjamin l?ro\vn Taylor 

Kiiissa Cirainger Williams 

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James Andrews Halverstadt Robert Clegg Morrow- 

Francis Parks Harrison Harold Rawling Pratt-Thomas 

Frederick Lewis Smvi-e. Jr. 



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William Edward Atwater 
Oscar Bethea 
William Francis Brewer 
Gordon Haviland Brown 



Andrew Moreland Cunningliam 
James Latimer McClintock 
Thomas Davis Miller 
John Martvn Voegtlen 



Jake Ben Balsley, Jr. 
Alfred Lewis Bulwinkle 
William A. Coffin 
.lames Benedict Huntington, Jr. 
Edmund Clarke .lohnson 



Elliot Rector Motley 
Robert Benbow Richardson 
Thomas Lee Ross 
Cole Lawrence Windham 
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Founded at Ihr C iinrisd ,/ „f I'injinia, March I, ISH.S 
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HKTA C'lIAPrKK 

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Fratkks in Fact'ltate 

Harold 15tll Arliiickle Edwin I'l-.-iiuis Sluwinake 

P'ratres in C'oi.legio 



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George Elbert Baily 
Isaac Elmer Dickenson 
Robert Kennedy Gregory 
John Robert Ploward 
Alfred Burgin Kidin 
Charles Howie Little. Jr. 
George Anderson Little 



Allen Lafayette Mills. .Ir. 
William Robert Morrow. ,1 
William Frederick Mulliss 
Edward Bruce Peabody 
George Sergeant Slierrod 
Fred Thomas Slanc. .1 r. 
John Marcus Wagner, Jr. 



Anslev Watson 



Henry Hiram Hodgin. Jr 
David Wills Hollingsworth. 
Lvnn ALinton Huii' 



William Alexander Kirkl,- 
Dallas Howard Webner 
Elbert Lane Wilison. Jr. 



James Ware Asliton 
Rolland Hamilton Berry 
Ralph Caton 
James Lacy Hearst 
Francis Richardson Hillier 
Blanton Price Little 



John Campbell Maekonll 
Robert Kennon Matthews 
James Morgan 
Caskie Estes N'orvell, Jr. 
Reuben Walter Ogburn, Jr. 
Horace Hamilton Smallridt! 



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William Mosely Archer 
Woodrow Burns 
Frank Lander Cade, .Jr. 
Henry Aslniry Catbey 
Hiram Grantham. ,Ir. 
Charles Fullerton Hamriek 



James Murray Hodgin 
Wilmer Bowyer Hunter 
William Thomas .fobnson 
Allison Archie Kuhn 
Samuel Nislut Milton 
William Morton 



.1. Di.xoii McLean 



One Hundred NiucI i/'One 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




BARRINGEKs BOUJ>AAN CANNON DOtt;NlE McCUH WRIGHT 



One Ilundrrcl Ninrf i/-fico 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Kappa Alpha 



Fiiiiiiiird III J]'ashin(iti>n and I.cc I'ltivcrsiti/, December 21, 1865 
Colors: Ckimson and Gold Floicers: Magnolia and Red Rose 

SIGMA CIIAPTPni 

K.st 1,1,1 Uhed Frhrnari/ IS, ISSO 



l''nA'rl!10S IN FaCIILTATE 



Fr.iztr Hood 
Frank Lee Jackson 
Joseph Moore McConnell 



Harry MeC'Kllan MottVtt 
Charles Malone Rieliards 
John Crooks Bailey 



Fratres in Collegio 



David Meade Bernard. Jr. 
Frederick Irvin Diekerson 
Williams Adams Flinn 
Edward Alexander Hancock 



John Eagan I,ake 
Robert Lewis McCallie 
David Motlatt McConnell 
Jefferson Hararave Robbins 



Jolin Barry Caldwell 
Joiin Sam])son Drake 
I.vnc Starlin"- Caiiible 



Thomas Hooke McCallie 
Robert Breedlovc Moft'ett 
Lanier Ward Pratt 



William Thomiison Walsei 



Donald Bennett Bailey 
James Herbert Battc 
Warner DuBose, Jr. 
Thomas Oliver Duff, Jr. 
Dewey Melton Hutchins 
Charles Craft Lucas 



Ernest Frederick Mcl'liail 
Lorenzo Don Mel'hail. Jr. 
Jeffries Ashe Macfic 
Singleton Maynard 
Lewis Ross Prosser 
Walter Sprunt, Jr. 



Osmond Barrinner. Jr. 
William I'leminn' Howmai 
William Coltr.-ine Cannon 
Thomas Erskine Downie 
Reginal Lee Harris. Jr. 
Samuel MeKenzie Hutaff 



Joseph Boiulinot .(ohnston, .Iv 
Harvey Edward McConnell 
James Dabney McCue, .Jr. 
Edward Lawson Whitton 
Herbert Livingstone Wright 
Baxter Rav Yarborough 



One Hmulred Nineiy-three 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



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LITTLE Mj^cCONHBII A M MAMSON >AlKSO>r cJOHKSOJS- 




A.H.MAN5CW SCHE/iCK TOMLINSOK HELLI«GER) rLUA'>;j:T 




WADSWORTH WBEKS U'OOD BRE/1I2-ER9 BROQJ^i 




-MARCILNNT >AATTHi;o.7S /."itRCHAHT SE^iTBRr? 






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One lluvdred Nineti/-foiir 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Foiiiidril at the Uiiivrr.uti/ of Alahama, March U, 1S')6 
Colors: Pruri.K and (joi.d Floxccr: VoiLirr 

NORTH CAROLINA TIIETA CIIAPTKR 

Estahlish,;! hi l.SSS 



I'ratuks in Faiiltate 



Arcliiliald turrit- 
John Leighton Douglas 
James McDowell Douglas 
Willi; 



W( 



Edward Joins Hrwiii 
Seott Cary Lyon 
John Wilson MaeConnel 
idhull Wood 



Fratuks in Colle(;io 
19 3 3 
Thomas Andrew Bowles. Jr. 



Eugene Bolivia Cannon 
Jerome Bavard Clark. J 



Alexander Graham Little, Jr. 
John Courtney ALieConnell 
Alexander MaeKenzie Manson 



Ivlward Harrison Mixson 



1 9 3 i 



Willi.ini Riky Cely. Jr. Andrew Hunter Manson, Jr. 

William Tipton Johnson William MeClintoek Keid. Jr. 

William Adair I,yon Alexander Fairehild Sehenck 

Sidney Halstead Tomlinson. ,lr. 



John Munroe Douglas 
Jack Hellingir 
Robert Diimais Kornegay 
Colin Alexander Munroe 

Tlioina: 



1 9 3 .5 

Willi.'uii Ceeil Neill, Jr. 
John Thompson Plunket 
Joseph Allison C. Wadsworth 
Kenneth Durham Weeks 
r'auninu' \\'ood, .Ir. 



1 9 3 (i 



Addison Gorgas Brenizer, Jr. 
William Lainont Brown 
Robert Daniel Dodge 
Erasmus Hervey Evans 

Arehihald Wl 



Thomas Mood ]\Lirehant, Jr. 
Eugene Robinson Matthews 
William Alfred Merehant, II 
Mark Houston Senter 
Shuford 



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One Hundred Ninefi/-five 



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FLEAOLE GABDNEPo >IORFI.EET 





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ORR C.lf. PEARCE- HOLLAND KAVEJSBL RIUBS 








u;.M THOMPSON U7T THOMPSON BY£PJLY GREE-N ROSB 






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PURNELL CM THOMPSO>J VOUNG- 



Owe Hundred Ninety-six 



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K 



appa oigma 



Founded at tlic I' iiiviTsit ij (if Vir<jinia in ISGT 
Colors: ScAiiLKT, WiiiTK, AND Emkhald Floiccr: LiLv OF THE Vallev 

DELTA CHAPTER 

Estahlishcd in IS'.JO 



l''l!ATI!KS IN FaCULTATE 



Frederick William Hengeveld 
Lewis Bevens Schenck 



Green Flake Laird 
Andrew Heath Whittle 



Frathes in C'oi.i.ecio 

19 3 3 

Fred Bond l"h agle Charles Milliier Norflect, Jr. 

Ulrieh Borden (lardner Robert Bradford Orr 

Charles William I'earee 



John ^Laek Holland. .Ir. 
Benjamin Owen Ha\<nel 
Henrv Heiikel Hhvne 



1934 



Charles j\Liy Rives, .Ir. 
William Mellwaine Thompson 
William Taliaferro Thomiison, Jt 



Luther Fritz Byerly 
Rigdon Osmond Dees, Jr. 
Edwin Burke Garrett, ,Fr. 
Gordon Lucius Green 



J. B. Lee 

William Bee Ravenel. Ill 
Benjamin Lacy Rose 
George Wingfield 



Josepli Lister Dees 
Lloyd Malcolm Grimes 
Robert Boyd Lindsay 
John Frank Loftin 
Robert Prosser Morrow, Jr. 



John Robertson Pearce 
Lewis Tredway Purnell 
Alvin James Stevens 
Charles Marcellus Thompson 
Fields Younsjr, Jr. 



Onr JInndrcd Ninrf //-.seven 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




ALLE>r CRBBCH- FREEJvSAN J^cKfJITUEH iAEBAJ-TB 




AWORB A\0>iKOi; PRKSId/^ SUGG WRIGHT BROWjM 





CJuARDY RICKEY rowii'L GULLETTE ROGERS SiEU^ERS 




S-MiTH a7iivSO?-r TX'Tvsr uthit>{j:s' a^cci.mn brantott 




GOSLEK HARL^-N A^A^i/^ SiA'AlM TABER5 WOOTE^T 



O/ic Hundred Ninety-eight 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Phi Gamma Delta 

Found f (I III .h-tjcr.siiii Collrge in i.V{,9 
Color: RovAL Pi-iu'le 

DELTA KAPPA CHAPTER 

Established in November, 1933 



Flower: Purple Clematis 



I'hatues in Facultate 



William Patterson Cuiiiiiiing 
Thomas Wilson I^inaclf 



Eugene McEver 
George Byron Watts 



Fratres in Colleoio 



19 3 3 



Brooke Empie Allen 

John Spaeii Creech 

Charles Wesley Freeman. Jr. 

Warren Allston F. MeKtitlun 

Walter Allen Mebane 



William MeKeithan Monroe 
Charles Ernest Moore, ,Ir. 
Samuel Priee Preston 
Benjamin Bruce Sugg 
Charles Roy Wright, Jr. 



William McAmis Brown 
Lvman Warren Clardv 



.Samuel Mossman Niekcy 
Edward Lewis Powell 



George Leslie Gullette 
Edwin Graves Holt 
Daniel Geddie Monroe 
David Pearson McClain 
William Leonard Northern 



Percy Minis Rogers 
,Tohn Daniel Siewers 
Robert Hardv Smith, Jr. 
Caleb West " 
F. Abbot Wliitnev 



Thomas .Johnston Wib 



William CoUinan Branton 
Richard McDonald Cann 
.lames Harvey Glass 
.Junius Blake Goslen, Jr. 
Paul Young Harlan 

Edwii 



19 3 6 

.loiin Richard Hayworth 
Charles Lynwood Mann 
John Edward Swain, Jr. 
William Russel Taber 
Jerome Gregg Taylor 

ampbcll Wooten 



One Hundred Ninety-nine 



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RH,ALDI:RMAN BOVD CiVLIGAN POPE SfiVJ^OURT) 









cI.d.STL-U7AR,T THO/APSON TURKENTINE COLWJBLL COKBIN 



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COVIMOTOj<r J^clEAN /WlLLERs OTEV S>A1T11 



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VJihJA^MS \iJlLSOJ<r A^^AU. ALDERMAN BURNS TORT£RFIELD UTAJIREN 









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U.7VCH1; VELUKRTO>J AIWOWSMITH D.M-STEVUAKT TAYLOIkS U71LL1S 



Tieio Hundred 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Pi K 



appa 



Phi 



Foiindril at the College uf Charleston, Deeember 10, 10(14 
Colors: Gold and White Flozcer: Red Rose 



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ErSII.ON CIIAPTKR 

Extahllshed in 1012 
Re-rslahlished in 1024 



FnATiiEs IN Facultate 



Ernest Albert JJeatv 
John T. Rhett 



Guy Richard Vowlcs 

William S. Newton 



FrATRES in CoLLKfilO 

1 f) 3 .•? 



Robert II. Alderman 
Joiin Edward ]5oyd 
Wdodrow ^^'. Califian 
Madison Reeves I'oi.e 



Woodrow Wilson Seymour 
James J. Stewart 
William Clark Thompson 
Ilunii Walker Turrentine, Jr. 



Albert Woodrow Colwell 
William Boggs Corbin 
James M. Covington 
A. Bradford MeLean 
John C.irroU Miller 



Everett Dean Otey 
George Hammond Ross 
George Covington Smitli 
Ralph Hnnter Smith 
,l,iek Williams. .Ir. 



Hugh A. Wilson 
1 9 3 .5 



Mattison W. Alderman 
Arthur Welwood Burns 
.John Buehanan Portertield 
William C. Rozelle 



Mitehell Heller Arrowsmith 
.lames Frank Cabell 
Donald McNeill Stewart 



10 3 6 



Paul F. Warren 
Ben W. Wyche 
James R. Withers. Jr. 
Hu"h Velvertoii. ,lr. 



Robert Enurson Tissue 

William Mills T.-.ylor 

.lohn St. Cieorge T. C. \'aiden, Jr. 



John Gaston Willis 



TxoQ Hundred One 



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PHKHIHGTOK SMITH WHITTED XUILDMAN CX3CHRAK 




GATEmOOD JLORRAIKE- STEELE BROUJ^T FRALEV 




jViURRAST T.F.J^EAl/ PARKERS SQTLIVE 



Tico II ini fired Two 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 






Theta Upsilon Omesa 



Foiindrd at fhr f nlrrfratrniit i/ Cniffrrncc , Drcrnilirr 1, 10,23 
Colors: MiDNKHiT Bn K AND Cloi.i) Flower: Rkd Rose 

KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Kstablishrd in 19:2-i 

Fratues in Facultate 
Fred Kurtland Fkagle Augustin Victor Goldiere 

FUATRES IN CoLLEGIO 
19 3 3 

Junius Davis Morrison James Clifton Pennington 

Josepli Graham Morrison John Alexander Smith 

George Chalmers Neal Joe Willanl Wliitted 

CaniplHll Wildman 



19 34 



Franklin Milltr Coeliran 
Alvis Stokes Gatewood 



R. E. Lorraine 
John Slirlton Steele 



Pearson Whiti- Brown 
Hugh MeCormiek Ray 



John Dealy Dolan 
William Julian Fraley 
James M. Joliiison 



1 9 3 C 



William Louis Shumatt 
Francis Arons Tucker 



Gillespie Breathed Murray 
Thomas Franklin Neal 
Frank Enirlisli Parker 



Charles Mark Sutlive 



Two Hundred Three 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 







CAMPBELL GLASGOOJ GRAH r 



GUERRANT ARMISTEAT3 GMJYW McKINNON STEU£NS 









HARRIS LAFFERTY U7BST 



anilTi; BARNES 





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GRIFFIN PARTRIDGE PRICE SA3TDBRS ^ITELLS 



Tk'o Hundred Four 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Phi Delta Theta 



F,>ini<lr,l al Miami V iiivrrsiti/. December )2G, 1SJ,S 
Colors: Aroknt and Av.vuk Flower: Whitk Cahnation 

NORTH CAROLINA GAMMA CIIAl'TKR 

Ksiiihlished ill 102S 



FllATJiKS IN FaCULTATE 



Cecil Kinnitli 15r(nvn 
KeTinttli ,Iosi))li T'orcniMii 



J. W. Untjtr 

Joliii P.iviii' Willi.-mis 



FnAlWKS IN CoLLF.tilO 



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Angus Graham Camiilull. ,1 1 
John Witlierspoon Dodnc 
Rolifrt Glasgow, Jr. 
Alfred Holt' Grant 
William Francis; Green 



Edward Owings Guerrant 
William l?lair Gwvn 
William Henry M'cGchee 
Gerald ('. McKinnon 
John ]5elk Stevens 



Madison Armistead 

Jack Tilden Goodykoontz 

James Martin Harris. Jr. 



John William I.affertv 
.hilian William West" 
James Wilson White 



Benjamin Cooke ]5arnes 
Douglas McKay Glasgow 
Peter Dutois Guerrant 
John Mitchell Holmes, Jr. 



Ray Wickliffe Richardson. .Ir. 
John Adams Carson Robinson 
•James Hunt Simpson 
John Russell Taylor 



Walter Huliert Brown 

Val Cassels 

Carleton Burke Cli.-iinn.-m 

.fames Clardy Cothr.-m 

William h'raneis Goodykoontz 

I5aniel Booker (jritHn 



Carlyle ]51aekl)ern I^ewis 
Richard Aaron Barker, .Ir. 
John .Iosei)h Partridge 
Albert Wriglitson Price. ,Ir. 
Alexander Haskell Sanders 
Warner McNeil Wells, Jr. 



Txco Hundred Five 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 







■ ♦•• "'^^BP 




BETTIS BIXLEPO BOUCHEB^O CONOLRV DAJ^IEL 




Hi^ ' — ^ HI *** 



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SHACKEiFORD GOLD HUJvtPHREV tLUJVTKR.-^ D.B.ELVERY 



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HE^TBvV POR.TEi>v9 POOJELL BA-TVATBTT KJMOX 



Tvc'O Hundred Six 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




S igma Phi Epsi Ion 



Founded at flic Uiiivi-rsil i/ of Richmond, Xovcmhcr, 1001 
Colors: Red and Purple Flo-.ccr.s: Violet and Ameuran HEAni 

NORTH CAROLINA KPSILON CIIAPTKR 

F.stahli.ihc,l April r,, 19.i0 
l''l!ATHES IN FacTLTATE 

Henry Emmett Fulchir I'ric'f Henderson Gwyn, Jr. 

James Thomas Kiniliroiigli 

Frathes in C'ollegio 



Charles Eugene Bettis 
Francis Havens Bixler 
Harry Kenneth Boucher 
Rudolph Evander Conoley 
Sauuiel Venable Daniel, Jr. 



Frank Leake Elvery 
Charles McLean Howard 
Joseph William I-ee 
Harvey Louis Morrison 
Averv Patton, .Ir. 



Emmet William .Shackelford 



James Thomas Blair 
Odi Casali 

John Hill Fitzgerald 
Charles Fortune CJold, Jr. 



19 3 4 



Hugh Morris Hawkins 
Edward Joseph Humphrey 
John Anderson Hunter 
Edward Colman Snead 



Dudley Brent Elvery 
Stuart Clark Henry 
Wilmer Joe Morris 
Charles Sinclair McCall. Jr. 



Reginald McGee Porter, Jr. 
Joseph Hubert Powell 
Thomas Donald Miller, Jr. 
A. C. Rogers 



^Llrtin .(enkins Banutt 
George Phifer Erwin 
James Whitfield Knox 



Albert Lawrence Murray 
William Riley Satterficld 
Charles Gordon Smith 



) 



Ttoo Hundred Seven 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




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I'm Hall 



Two Hundred Eight 



FRATERNITY 
SPONSORS 



Two Hundred Nine 




Miss Mary E. Thompson 

Pdii-IIclliiiic Council 



Two Iltmdred Ten 



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Miss Susan Gregory 
licta Tlula Pi 



Trco II II ltd red Eleven 




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Miss Mary Elizabeth Cunningham 

P i K (I p p a v/ / p h (I 



Two Hundred Twelve 




Miss Alice Davis 

Kdppa Alpha 



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Txco Hundred Thirteen 



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Miss Betty Hay 

S ig III a A I p h a E p s Hon 



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Two Hundred Fourteen 





Miss Cortland Preston 

Kuppa Si (JUKI 



Tmi Iliindrrd Fifteen 




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Miss Edith Christian 

PJii Gain in (I Delta 



Txvo Hundred Sixteen 




Miss Suzanne Simmons 
Pi Kdppii Phi 



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Two Hiinclrfd Seventeen 



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Miss Ellen Hawkins 

Tliiia l^psihiii Oiiicf/a 



Trm Hiiiidrid F.ighlrrii 




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Miss Lois Munroe 

Phi Delta Theta 



Two Hundred Nineteen 




Miss Mary Margaret Lee 

SiijiiKi Phi Kp.silon 



Tcco Hit ltd red T-.ci'iifi/ 




Ali:.\ (i. LiTTi.i.: 
l'rt:\iil,-iil (if tlw Uonorui/i Fratcniit // C'liidicil 



HONORARY FRATERNITIES 








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PEABODV ANtCALIl 



1--UI.TOM a'RIOHT AVcBRVUE- 



Bl£!f] 




A^cNAIPO IvAKE 



BIXLEFO WILLIAAAS 



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Ci^BBCH i>Arro>i 



BKO>WN LITTLB 



Honorary Fraternity Council 

Edward IJiuce Pic.msody Omicron Delta Kappa 

Robert Lewis McCai.lif .._ _ ..Sigma Ups'don 

James Wayte Fulton, ,Iu. Alpha Phi Epsilon 

Charles Roy Wright, Jr. - Scabbard and Blade 

Duncan Daniel McBryde International Relations Club 

Walter Edward McNair Eta Sigma Phi 

John Eagan Lake Delta Pi Kappa 

William Adams Flinn Le Cercle Francais 

Francis Havens Bixler Sigrmo Delta Pi 

Duncan Daniel McBrvde Omega Phi Alpha 

Ebissa Grainger Williams Mu Beta Psi 

John Spach Creech Sigma Delta Psi 

John Belot Rice _ -.— Sigma Pi Sigma 

Avery Patton, Jr. Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

Paul Frederick Brown, Jr. Delta Phi Alpha 

Alexander Graham Little (Prvsidnit ) Pi Delta Alpha 



Trco Iliiiidrrd T-iCentij-txco 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Phi Beta Kappa 

(.SClIOI.AUSIIll') 

Founded at William and Mary. Dect'inher .5, 177r> 

Gamma of North Carolina Chai'tkk 

(Estahlished in 10^2) 
FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Howard Bell Arl.iR-kle 
Arcliiliald Cun-ie 
John Leighton Douglas 
James McDowell Douglas 
Edward Jones Erwin 
Kenntth Josfi)li Foreman 
William Richard Grey 
Price Henderson Gwvnn. 
Caleb Richmond Harding 
Henry Tracy Lilly 
Thomas Wilson Lingle 
Frank Lee Jackson 



Walter Lee Lingle 
John Wilson MacConnell 
Joseph Moore MeConnell 
William Lorimer Porter 
Charles Malone Richards 
Mark Edgar Sentelle 
Edwin Francis Shewmake 
Oscar Julius Thies, Jr. 
George Byron Watts 
William Woodhull Wood 
Frazer Hood 
Samuel Shannon Wilev 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 



Charles Eugene Bettis 
Paul P^ederick Brown. Jr. 
Edward Owings (iuerrant 
John Robert Howard 
Duncan Daniel McBryde 
Robert Lewis McCallie 
David Moffatt MeConnell 



Warren A. Leland McKeithen 
Walter Edward NcNair 
William Frederick Mulliss 
Henry Ferris Nichol 
Avery Patton. Jr. 
Emmett William Shackleford 
John Price Thompson 



Txco Ihiiulred Tk-ciiI ji-ihree 



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VUNK GARDJvTEPo G-LASGOW GUERRANT HO\yA.RD 




PEABODV PEA.RCE 



Z'tc'O Hundred Ttcenty-foiir 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Omicron Delta Kappa 

( J.KADF.KSIUl') 

Fouiiilfd at ^VaslliIl<)•t()ll and Let' University in V.)li 

Delta Circle 

(Kstahiishcd in I'.nr) 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Howard IkU Arhucklo 
Cecil Ktnneth Brown 
Archibald Curric 
James McDowell Douglas 
Edward Jones Erwin 
Kenneth Jo.se|)h iMiriTuaii 
Henry Emmett Fulehrr 
William Richard Grey 
Frederic William Hengeveld 
Frank Lee Jackson 



Green Flake Laird 
Thomas Wilson Lingle 
Walter Lee Lingle 
.Joseph Moore McConnell 
Norton Goodier Pritchctt 
Charles ^Ldone Richards 
^Lirk Edgar Sentelle 
Lewis Bevens Schenok 
Andrew Heath Whittle 
John I'avne Williams 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 



Brooke F^m))ie Allen 
Paul Frederick Brown. ,lr. 
.lerome Bayard Clark. ,lr. 
William Adams Flinn 
Ulrich Borden Gardner 
Robert Glasgow- 
Edward Owings Guerrant 
John Robert Howard 



Robert Lewis MeCallie 
Warren A. Leland McKeithr 
Andrew McKenzie Manson 
Walter Allen Mebane. .Jr. 
William Frederick Mulliss 
Charles Franklin Myers, .Jr. 
Frederick W. Ogden 
Edward Bruce Peabodv 



Charles William Pearce 



Trcn Hundred Tzci-nf i/-five 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




&.R.U;OOD T.F. U/OOD 



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Sisma Upsilon 

(l.ITKUATrUF.) 

Foiiiided at Sfwaiic-f C'()llf<>e in lt)()(> 

BiA'E Pencil Ciiai'ter 

(K.it(ihli.shi;l ill I'.lli) 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

John Crooks Baiky Fraztr Hood 

Cecil Ktnnctli Brown Joseph Moore MeConnell 

Ernest Albert Beaty Mark Edgar Sentelle 

William Patterson Cuniniing Edwin Franeis Shewmake 

Edward Jones Erwin Samuel Siianiion Wiley 

Fred Kiirtlaiid Meagle John I'.-iyne Williams 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

19 3 3 

William Adams Flinn Walter Edward McNair 

Edward Alexander Haneoek Warren A. Leland MeKeithen 

Alexander (J. Little Nicholas A. Moss 

Robert Lewis MeCallie William Frederick Miilliss 

CliarKs Franklin Myers 

1 9 3 4 
Charles Linwood Brown Lyman Warren Clardy 

David Wills Ilollingsworth 

19 3 5 
Gordon Ilaviland Brown Gordon Reid Wood 

Thomas Fainiin"' Wood 



Tk'O Uimdrrd I'lccnt 



ij-scxfcn 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




BR.OU'^N CANNO-NT C7VSJJION CONOI.EV 




PLl^JxT J^'^COMUii^.L MA.NSO-N ^TEAJU 




OGDJS-M PBjVBODV U7KIGHT 



Two Hundred Txcentt/-pight 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Scabbard and Blade 

( MILITAKV) 

Founded at \hv University of Wisconsin in 1904. 

B Com TAN V. Fifth Regiment 

(Kslalilishcd ill 1923) 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
Frazer Hood Frank Lee Jackson 

John Wilson MaiCOnncU Harry McClellan Moffet 

Major John T. Rlutt Capt. Franklin Miller Cochran 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 
19 3 3 



Brooke Em))ic Allen 
George Elbert Baily 
Paul Frederick Brown 
Eugene Bolivia Cannon 
Hugh Durant Cashion 
Rudolph Evander Conoley 
William Adams Flinn 
David Molii'att McConnell 



John Courtney MacConnell 
Alexander MacKenzie Manson 
Charles Ernest IVIoore, Jr. 
George Chalmers Ncal, Jr. 
Frederick William Ogden 
James Clifton Pennington 
Edward Bruce Pcahody 
Woodrow W. Seymour 



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Charles Roy Wright, Jr. 



T-ii.'o Hundred T-ccentii-ntne 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



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JViACKORELL McKEITHEN .M.OOR.E KOBLIN 




RACHAL RICHARDS FUGATE- HUAU'IIREY 




PRATT-THOMAS U;iLLIAAVS 



BROXS^-NT SJVS.ITH 



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Trc'O Hundred Thirty 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Alpha Phi Epsilon 



Fouiulcd at the L^iiiversity of Akibanui in 1<J18 
PlII ClIAI'TER 

(Kstahlishcd hi 10'25) 

FRATRKS IN FACULTATE 

Cecil Kiiincth Brown Thomas Wilson Lingle 

Archibald Currie Joseph Moore MeConnell 

William I.oriiner Porter 

FRATKlvS IX COLLKCnO 
19 3 3 
Thomas Price Caldwell Warren A. Leland McKeithen 

James Wayte Fulton, Jr. Charles Ernest Moore, Jr. 

Duncan Daniel ^SIcBryde Stuart McGuire Nohlin 

Jacoh Stevens MaekoreJl. Jr. William Ellis Radial 

John Edwards Richards 

1 9 3 1 
Willuu- Lindsay Fujrate Edward Joseph Ilmnphrcy 

Rawlini>' Pratt -Thomas 



Hu"h Morris Hawkins 



Jack Williams. Jr. 



19 3 5 
Gordon Haviland Brown Robert Ilardv Smith 



7'iCY) Hundred 'J'hirti/-one 



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LAKE- LBH- 



>Ai:VtI^lTHB/sr W.cMA.lPv^ A\A-CKORi;-I,L- A100R& W.R M-ORROU7 AVULUSS 




TAV1.0Pv:> yiJARD CLARDV F-U-GA-TE- iiA.RR.lS C. A'iORROUJ" 

Bill 

NICKEV PRATT SMYRB THOIs^PSOJJ tt^lLLIAAAS 





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Two Hundred Thirt i/-t7co 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 



9 3 3 



International Relations Club 

(national and inteknationai, poijticai, questions) 



HONORARY MKMBERS 



Cecil Ktiuutli Brown 
Arcliit);ilil C'urrie 



Tlionias Wilson Linglt- 
Jost'ph Moore MeConnell 



Paul Frederick Brown, ,fr. 
Robert Glasgow, Jr. 
Alfred Holt Grant 
Edward Owings Guerrant 
Edward Alexander Haiu'ock 
,Jolin Eagan Lake 
Joseph William Lee 
Alexander Cirahani Eittle 
Duncan Daniel MeI5ryile 
Robert Lewis MeCallie 
David Moffett MeConn.ll 
Warren A. Lelan.l MeKeitlun 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
193 3 

Walter Edward McNair 
Jacob Stevens Mackorell, Jr. 
Charles Ernest Moore, Jr. 
William Robert Morrow, Jr. 
William Frederick Mulliss 
Charles Franklin Myers, Jr. 
Henry Ferris Nichol 
Stuart McGuire Noblin 
Charles Millner Norfleet, Jr. 
Avery Patton, Jr. 
Arthur Ross, Jr. 
Benjamin Brown Taylor, ,Ir. 



William Betliea Ward 
19 3 4 



Lyman Warren Cl.irdy, II 
Wilbur Lindsay Fugate 
James Martin Harris, ,Tr. 
Rufus Clegg Morrow, .Ir. 



Samuel Mossman Xiekey, Jr. 
I^anier Ward Pratt 
Frederick Lewis Sinyre, Jr. 
William Mcllwaine Thompson 



.lack Williams, Jr. 



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LITTLE- >A.cBRVI)lFr R L.McCALLIE- t^cHJ^B^ A^VJiKS 




K1CH.OL PA-KKEiV? U'ARD COLWjgLL TH.McCALLIE 







PAATT SCOTT \i;.JA.THOMPSOK W.T.THOMPSO/T 



Z'ko Hundred Thirty-four 



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Eta Sigma Phi 

(classical) 

Foimded at tlic I "iii\ ersity <>f C'liica<>'(). 1914- 

Ali'iia Nr Chapter 

(Established in 1928) 

FRATKES IN FACULTATE 
Ernest Albert Bcaty Caleh Hiclimond Hardini; 

William Richard Gray Cniy Richard \'owlc.s 

John Crooks Bailey 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
19 3 3 



Paul Frederick Brown, Jr. 
Jolin Caldwell Calhoun 
Woodrow Wilson Caliii'an 
Thomas Mcllwaine Davis 
George Anderson Little 
Duncan Daniel McBrvde 



Rol.ert Lewis McCallie 
Walter Edward McNair 
Charles Franklin Myers. Jr 
Henry Ferris Nieliol 
Joseph Kenton Parker, Jr. 
William Bethea Ward 



19 3 1. 
Alliert Woodrow Colwell John Alexander McGeachy, Jr. 

John Hill Fitz<.erald. ,Ir. Lanier Ward Pratt 

Francis Parks Harrison Francis Ileywood .Scott 

Thomas Hooke McCallie William Mcllwaine Thompson 

William Tali.iferro Tliom])son. .Ir. 



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IvITTLE- 



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Sigma Delta Ps 



(athi.ktk) 
Founded at tlie l"^niversity of Indiana in lilTi 

Davidson C ii ai'ter 

(Kstalilishcd Jinir .;, 7.9J.V; 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Norton Goodier Pritcliett Andnw Heath Wiiittlc 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

1 9 ;$ ;? 

Jolin Spacli Creech Akx,in(hr Graham Little 

I'"red Irvin Dickerson Edward Bruce Peahody 

William Adams Flinn Benjamin Brown Taylor, Jr 



1 9 .•? 4 
Franklin Miller Cochran, Jr. Frederick Lewis Smyre, Jr. 

] 9 3 5 
Luther Fritz Bverlv 



Two Hundred Thirty-seven 



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CLA.RDY 




cTOIINSTON" AiVERS 



\i;iLLL^/AS GULLETTE SM.ITH 



Two Hundred Thirty-eight 



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} LeCercleFrancais 

( (AffiVic a la Fed,' ration dr r.lllunirr Fraiira'isr) 

' (Foiide I'll 10,.'!)) 

) 

( lirnonvcle en 1928 

' MESSIEURS LES I'KOFESSEURS 



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Cecil Kt'iinttli Brown 
William Patterson Cuiiiinini: 
Augustin \'ictor Cioldirn- 
Frazer Hood 



Htiirv Tracy Lilly 
'I'lionias Wilson Linglc 
Guy Ricliard Vowlcs 
George Byron Watts 



Samuel Sliannon Wiley 

M E i\I B H E S H O N O R A I R E S 
ME SI) AMES 



Augustin Victor Cioldici 



George Bvron Watts 



MEM B RES 

1 9 3 ;i 

David I'airlcy Blue, Jr. Hugli Buckner .lolinston 

William Hughes Coble Charles I'rauklin Myers, .1 ,■ 

William Adams I'linn Eeroy Tate Newland, ,1 r. 

John Price Tliom|)son 



1 9 .3 t 



Madison Armistead. Jr. 
Lyman Warren Clardy 
James Martin Harris, Jr. 
Francis Parks Harrison 



William Maroney Hart 
Thomas Hooke McCallie 
Lanier Ward Pratt 
Dale Kirk Spencer 



.l.iek Williams. ,)r. 



Robert Thornwell Coit. Jr. ficorge Leslie Gullettt 

Robert Hardy Smith. Jr. 



Tzco Hundred Thirl i/-nine 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



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\AJOODS"tr)E? 



Two Hundred Fnrti/ 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Sigma Delta P 



FoiiihIcmI at I'liixfi'sity nf California in 1919 

OmKCJA CllAPTEK 

(K. si a hi; shed in 10.il) 

FRATRES IN I'ACULTATE 

Fred Kurtlaiul Fleagk- Augustin \'ict()r (ioidicre 

Frtd Etroy BIytlie 

FRATRES IN COLEEGIO 

1 9 3 3 

Francis Havtns Bixler Duncan Daniel McHryde 

John Spacli Creech Walter Allen Meliane. Jr. 

Fred Bond Fleaglc Joe Willard Whitted 

Hugli B. Johnston, Jr. 

1 93 i 

Odi Ca.sali Frederick Lewis Smyre, Jr. 

P^dward Joseph Humphrey .lack Williams, Jr. 

William McClintock Reid, Jr. Robert Edward Woodside 



T-cVO Hundred Fort i/-viie 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



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JVS^cBRVnE >icCAXLIB JSAcCO>IN£LL WAJR-D AR>AIST£AD 




ClyAPvDV X)ILL H-UMPHREY SCHKNCKo SMVRii 




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AATMTHOMPSQN \W.r.THOMPSO>l WHITB \A/1LLIA.>A.S 



Trco Hundred Foritj-txco 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



Omesa Phi Alpha 



(I'lIII.OSOl'IIV) 

Foimded at Davidson Collej^e in 1924 

FRATHRS IN FACULTATE 
Ktnntth Josci)li I'orciniiii Frazur Hood 

Mjii-k Edgar Scntclle 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
193 3 
Thomas Andrew Bowles, Jr. Duncan Daniel MeBryde 

William Luther Holshouser Robert Lewis MeCallie 

William Frechriek Mulliss David Moff'ett MeConnell 

Charles Franklin Myers, ,Ir. William Betliea Ward 



19 3 4. 



Madison Armistead, ,Jr. 
Odi Casali 

Lyman Warren C'lardy 
Joseph Ellis Dill 
Edward Joseph Huuiplii 



Alexander Fairchild Sehenek 
Fi-ederiek Lewis Smyre. ,[r. 
William Mcllwaine Thoni])son 
William Taliaferro Thompson. .! r 
James Wilson White 



,laek \\'illiams, Jr. 



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Delta Pi Kappa 



(JOUKXALISM) 

Founded at Davidson College 1917 
FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Edward Joins Erwin Kenneth Josepli Foreman 

Fred Kurtland Fleagle 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
19 3 3 

Charles Kukoiu- lifttis Warren A. Lelarul McKeitlien 

W Ini« \\\ ( alii;;iii Alexander Maekenzie Manson 

K.luanI iKMiiL'- i.ii.iraiit Walter Allen Meliano. Jr. 

liiiiierl (;la~v'..w. .1 1 . Charles Franklin Mvers. Jr. 

Kdward Al,-xan.ler llaneiiek Madison Reeves Pope 

John Eagan Lake Arthur Ross. Jr. 

Duncan Daniel McBryde Benjamin Bruce Sugg 

Roliert Lewis McCaliie William Betliea M^arcl 



Lvinan Warren Cl.irily Alexander Fairchild Sehenck 

Lyne Starling Ciamble William Mcllwaine Thompson 

Jack Tilden Goodykoontz W^illiam Taliaferro Thompson. Jr. 

Lanier Ward Pratt James Wilson White 

Jack Williams, Jr. 



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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Reporters' Club 

John Eagan Lake President 

I.YNE Starling Gamble Vice-President 

Rawling Pratt-Thomas Secretary-Treasurer 

Robert Harrison Alderman George Leslie Gullette 

George Elbert Baily Jack Hellinger 

John Edward Boyd Stuart Clark Henry 

William Frederick Mulliss James Latimer McClintock 

William Bethea Ward William Lee McIIwinen 

John Anderson Hunter Ernest Frederick McPhail 

Edward L. Powell William Cecil Neill 

William Taliaferro Thompson, Jr. William Leonard Northern 

James Wilson White Caskie Estes Norvell 

Mattison Wells Alderman Percy Mims Rogers 

Donald Bennett Bailey Benjamin Lacy Rose 

Benjamin Cooke Barnes Thomas Sutton 

Samuel Know Eaton N. Wilson Wallace 

James Burwell Ficklen Kenneth Durham Weeks 
Thomas Fannin!"' Wood 



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PyVG-E- 



SPKUHT 



Beaver Club 

(a SOIMIOMOKK IIOXOH SOl'IKTV) 

Fouiuled at Davidson Collfye in 1!)2<) 



Percy Mims Rogers 

Joseph A. Cannon Wadswohth 



.President 
.Secretary 



Gordon Haviland Brown 
Douglas McKay Glasgow 
Jack Hellinger 
Dewey Melton Huteliins 



Riifus Harry Page 
Benjamin Lacy Rose 
Walter P. Sprunt 
Kennetli Durham Weeks 



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Two Hundred Forty-six 




William C. Thompson 
Biisinrss Manager (if Quips and Cranlis 



ADVERTIS EMENTS 




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A Canopied Section of the "D' 



Two Thmdred Forty-eight 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 






It's Correct If It Came From Belk's 

Varsity Hall Suits, with cme and two pair 

pants — on sale at three outstanding prices 

$16.75, $19.75, $22.45 

We have found this to be one of the swellest, most cor- 
rectly tailored lines that money can buy, featured in all 
the popular colors and fabrics. 

IDE SHIRTS, $1.00 

These nationally known Shirts are worn by the correct 

dresser of every college campus. Our selection, you will 

find second to none. Collar attached and Neck Band 

Styles in fancy plaids and plains. 

ALL SILK TIES, 55c, 2 FOR $1.00 

Smart Patterns, in both light and dark backgrounds, suit- 
able for all occasions — hundreds from which to select. 

Belk Brothers Co. 

CHAIU.OTTE. N. C. 




UNDEKWEAB 

A Product of Qfality 

For Men and Boys — For Every Season 

Shirts and Shorts Union Suits 

KJdsiic Knit (Old Athletic 

P. H. HANES KNITTING COMPANY 



Win'stox-Sai.em, X. C. 



Ni:\v ^'(iKK Office: D.'i Worth St. 



Tico Hundred Fori i/-nine 



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Plymouths, Fords 



Radio Equipped 



I 

! "'^DE LUXE" 

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Mooresville Ice Cream Co. 

hu-. 

M()ORES\'ILI,K, N. C. 



I Special rates on long trips I 

I 

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j CAL KUYKENDALL 



Davis Robinson, Proprietor 
Joe H. Robinson 

/••;.,;</( Citrih IIS ll.rilil l;„n,l 

Art Flower Shop 

Flotoers 

Fnr All Occasions 

M." i-r of F. T. D. 

l-luwci-^ hv Wire Anywliere 

I);iv I'lione 7114 

NJKlit iiliiiiie County 3422 

■JLM SOIIH I'KYOV STREET 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



SIikIi-iiIx mill/ riniif and .siii- 

i/i-iitx 11111)1 (jo; 
Davidson College iiiai/ grow 

and grmc, 

BUT Courteous and Solici- 
tous Service Remains Un- 
changed When Dealing With 



WHITE 
DMUG CO. 

Davidson, N. C. 



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The Best of Pictures 

DAVIDSON 
THEATRE 

Stough Ekotiikks 










Safe comfortable coaches, and convenient schedules to all principal cities 
in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Also special trips. 

Compliments of 

QUEEN CITY COACH CO,.. INC. 

415 WEST FIFTH ST., CHARLO 1 1 L, N. C. 

Phone 5813 L. A. Love, Mgr. 
A + 



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THE 
1929 - 1930 - 1931 - 1932 

AGROMECKS 

N. C. STATE COLLEGE ANNUALS 
WERE AWARDED 

FIRST HOIVOR RATING 

BY 
THE NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSN. 

AND PRINTED BY 

THE OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Builders of Fine Annuals for Over Thirty Years 



Qualit // (in (I Srrvici' 
Have Proved Our Siiceess. 

For candy and all kinds of confe 

tioneries, tobaccos, cigarettes, cigai 

paper and school supplies 



CHAS. MACK 

in,<,l,:uilr aiul h'rtail 
MOORESVILLE. N. C. 



McNEIL PAPER CO. 

School Siipplii's 
of even/ K'dkI 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Gargle 
Costs 

CUT IN HALF! 

Vicks new Antiseptic does 
everything that any gargle 
or mouth-wash can and 
should do— at half the cost! 




By makers of 
Va p o R u B 




ViCKS 

Antiseptic 



A 75C VALUE FOR ONLY 35i 



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7'n'O llundrrd Fifiif-txco 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 




Charlotte Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 

1401 W. Morehead St. 
Phone 3-3491 



IVEY'S 



i Operated for the convenience of 
Davidson College 
I Students and Facidtt/ 

I J. B. IVEY & CO. 

i CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



LITTLE PEP 



Davidson 



Delicious Toasted Sandwiches 
Juicv Steaks 



'Golden Waffles Served at All 
Hours" 



"Meal a Minute" 




Compliments 

of 

: ATIANTIC & PACIFIC I: \ 



Two Hundred Fift ji-ihree 



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Fruits, Vegetables, Dressed 
Chickens and Fresh Eggs 

Biggers Brothers 

irholrsalr Dealers 



208 S. College St. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C, 



BlYTIIE & ISENIIOUR 



General Contractors 



133 Brevard Court 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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Converse? Winthropf Queensf 
Anywhere at Any Time 

Special Rates on Holidays 

Henderson's U-Pushems 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 



Can (lies 

Peanut Butter 

Saiulzvielies 

Lance Packing Co. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Since 18H 
Commercial National Bank 

of Charlotte, N. C. 
R. A. Dunn, President 



Standard Printing Co. 

1 17 Garland Court 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Printing of Even/ Description 



Caps, Gowns and Hoods — For Doc- 
tor, Master and Bachelor. For 
Rent or Sale. Samples and Prices 
on Request. 

Uniforms for College Bands. 

IVrite for Catalog Showing 
Man;/ Netv Styles 

The C.E.Ward Co. 

Incorporated 1905 
NEW LONDON, OHIO 



KCIUAKS 

HIOH GR.\DE CAMERAS 

MOVIE CAMERAS 

riioror.itArmc si rrLiKS 
W. I. Van Ness & Co. 

213 N. Tryon St. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

.tsl: r,s- to Help Yon Make 
Better Pictures 



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Owned and Operated 

by the 

Davids())i Student Body 



THE 



STUDENT STORE 



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MaiKif/crs 

19S2-33 
Brooke E. Ai.len Leslie Thompson 



1933-34 



A. II. jMaxson 



E. L. Powell 



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Two Hundred Fifii/-five 



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Hotel Charlotte 
charlotte, n. c. 

Headquarters for All Social 
Functions 



Sjx'cial ^Ittciitioii to 
Ihnuiucts and Ddiici's 

A Hearty Welconie Extended to 
All Davidson Students 



Established 1912 

Southern Fruit Co. 



419-421-4i!3-425 West Second St. 
Phones: 3-6181, 8-01S2. 3-01»8 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 
the Year Around 



JVIiolvsdlf Dealers Otili/ t 




Get This Picture 

In Your Mind! 



iiiiil.ir it. For EHrd's 
t.-i.. to tlie needs of 
Make it your liead- 
iMiie to Charlotte. 




A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co. 

Gastonia, N. C. 



C()»iJ)ed Peeler Yarns 
eo's to loo's Sbu/le and PI// 



Knittinf/ and Weainng 



T-icn Hundred Fifti/sLr 



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COLLEGE 



In this, our final undergraduate appearance, 

we pledge our hearts, our minds, our lives to 

our alma mater. 



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OF 1933 

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QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



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IN THIS BOOK 



jHARLOTi 

[COMPANY ,N 

I CHARLOTTE.. 
N.C. 




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''^Unusual Excellence is Never 
the Result of Chance'' 



In producing school puljlicalions, 
we endeavor to render a lieli)t'ul and 
constructive service directed toward 
enabling a student staff to issue a 
representative and distinctive ])ul)- 
lication. 

In connection with our new and 
modern ])rinting plant we maintain 
a large Art and Service De])artment 
where page balance, typogra])hy and 
complete decorative and illustrative 
motifs are created and worked out. 



OuEEN City Printing Company 

<iA Qomplete (§ervicefor ^^chool "T'ublicatio/is 
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 

Triiiters cuid Desi^Jiev! 

of the igjj 
Quips and Cranks ^^^^iTJllllJ'^.-j, 




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Tico Htindred Fifti/-nine 



QUIPS AND CRANKS 1933 



0ooUcn-Q^^oiilio,i 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 

College A n n u a I s 



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STUDIOS 

CHArEi. Hii.L, N. C. 

New Berx, N. C. 



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