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HE YEARBOOK OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 

CAROLINA. PUBLISHED 

ANNUALLY BY THE 

LITERARY SOCIETIES AND THE 

FRATERNITIES 



VOLUME XVIII 



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FOREWORD 




^ \ (irvord irith the spirit of tJie times, 
I li i s e i JO hteenth V o 1 u m e of t h e 
YACKETY YACK is jnesented to yon 
ill a much simpler form th<in its immediiite prede - 
cessors. We moke no (ipologies. U herever j>os - 
sihle we have attempted to conserve hy eliminatinfi 
those things which iiere not absolutely necessary; 
hut nithal ne have attempted to give a complete 
rnord of our college year. We sincerely hope that 
you ivill find it such. 




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DEDICATION 

c/ls an appreciation of their action, and 
of the glory that they have brought to 
their alma mater, we dedicate this, the 
Eighteenth Volume of the YACKETY 
YACK, to the Alumni and Students of 
the University who have entered the 
service of their country. 





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THE SPIRIT OF '6l 

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THE UNIVERSITY AND THE WAR 

\WS?S&',EO TOLSTOY somewhere speaks of wliat he calls the "female boarding school or 
JLl cailet-acadcniy" conception of a nniversity. The nniversity of his time, he thinks. 
is aloof from real life; in it boys learn "lessons," as in the schools; attending it is 
"going to schoiil." A lietter conception is that of "a collection of men for the pnrpose of 
their mntnal cultnre ;" and he explains what tliis means by telling us that "such universities, 
unknown to us. spring up and exist in various corners of Russia ;| in the universuies them- 
selves, in the students' clubs, people come together, read and discuss, until at last rules 
establish themselves when to meet and how to discuss. There you have real universities !" 
A different idea is expressed by Matthew Arnold, in the description of Oxford that everyone 
knows by heart ; "Beautiful City ! so venerable, so lovely, so unravaged Ijy the fierce 
intellectual life of our century . . . steeped in sentiment as she lies, and whispering 
from her towers the last enchantments of the Middle Age, who will deny that Oxford, by 
her ineffable charm, keeps ever calling us nearer to the true goal of all of us, to the ideal, 
to perfection, to beauty?" And a third conception, older than these, is expressed by 
Francis Bacon, pioneer of research as a miiversity ideal, when, after speaking of the search 
for truth as "the sovereign good of human nature." he quotes Lucretius; "II is a pleasure 
to stand upon the sliore. and see ships tossed upon the sea ; a pleasure lo stand in the 
window of a castle, and to see a battle and the adventures thereof below : but no pleasure 
is comparable to the standing upon the vantage ground of Truth la hill nut to be commanded, 
and where the air is always cleai; and serene), and to see the errors, and wandermgs, and 
mists, and tempests, in the vale below." To this he adds merely that the sight of human 
error and suffering must be "with pity, and not with swelling or pride." 

Each of these conceptions, taken singly, is partial. Tolstoy would define his university 
by the group of earnest men and women, connected with an institution or not, wno read 
and discuss serious matters for niuiual culture. He has in mind the Circles of Tchaykovsky, 
organized in the latter part of the nineteenth century in almost every province of Russia, 
in whicli university men and women lived with peasants and artisans, and sought not only 
lo better their circumstances but to implant in them ideals of freedom, seeking also to learn 
from them sincerity, truth, and their own conceptions of life. But this ideal leaves out of 
account both that function of the university which makes it the conserver of the accumulated 
riches of human experience and that not less important function wliich is discharged by 



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great investigator?, men wlio give themselves unweariedly to pure research, who dwell upon 
that hill of Truth of whicli Bacon wrote. Tolstoy represents the university as partaking of 
the life of the people: Arnold thinks of it as the preserver of ideals, a "queen of romance,"' 
a "home of lost causes," withdrawn from the passing clamor of an epoch of dissolution and 
transformation. Bacon also would have it removed from the flux of human struggle and 
error, in order that it may further, through research, the conquest of abstract truth. 

One effect of the Great War has been that it has brought all things to test. This test 
is not merely of physical courage and endurance, of the spirit of heroism, of the willingness 
to fight and, if need be, to die for that something not ourselves that is identified with 
justice and right; it is also a test of our conceptions of democracy, of our fitness to 
champion the ideals which humanity, through a long and painful evolution, has set up against 
arbitrary and pitiless despotism. Men and institutions are alike tried by fire. This test the 
university, like other institutions, can not evade. The province of the university may be 
defined through combining the conceptions outlined a moment ago. It must act as custodian 
and interpreter of the spiritual inheritance of the ages ; it nuist follow knowledge like a 
sinking s;ar beyond the utmost bounds of human thought; and it must bring these ideals 
and this truth to bear on life. In the light of the first of these duties, Kultur and frightful- 
ness, the ambition for a place in the sun, the false doctrine of the survival of the strongest, 
are put to a test that shrivels them and burns. Iru the light of the second, the investigator, 
untouched by the tumult and the shouting of warring hosts, adds bit by bit to the sum of 
knowledge that pushes back a little farther the realm of chaos and old night. In the light 
of the third, idealism and truth come down from the mountain top to bring the tables of 
the law to men. 

This threefold vision the University of Xorth Carolina has caught. Her years are the 
years of the American constitution. Her life is a symbol of American democracy in its 
best and purest form. Sometimes we think her devoid of beauty ; but this ground is holy 
ground, these buildings sanctuary. True to her spirit, her sons have given themselves 
freely to make this spirit prevail. In them, her warfare on falsehood becomes concrete. 
True to her spirit, those who remain arc preparing themselves, in mind and body, for the 
day when they too may be called upon to front a lie in arms, and not to yield. Thus is the 
first vision made flesh. 




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As to the second, there are scholars Iiere who in Ulirary and lalmratory continue the 
researcli upon which tlie hfe of the University depends. This work is often unreahzed hy 
the student-body, hut it is hke the mountain springs at the head of a niiglity river. Therefore, 
despite changes in courses of study necessary to fit them to the needs of the present, 
despite the niihiary training that ahsorbs so much of the time and interest of menil)ers of the 
University, despite the picturesque clianges in the appearance of classroom and campus 
because of the substitution of the garb of war for academic cap and gown, the scientific 
and philological societies present their records of research, the learned journals published 
by tlie University appear with stated regularity, scholarly investigation is quickened, not 
discouraged, l)y war. The spirit of the University seeks to find the facts and to face them, 
knowing, witli llu.xley, tliat "there is no alleviation for the suffering of mankind except 
veracity of ihouglit and action, and the resolute facing of the world as it is." From this 
faitlifulness to the second vision, the University derives its authority. 

Finally, through the series of Extension Leaflets dealing with questions of war, through 

the package libraries and the information service, through correspondence courses and 

lectures on history, science, and literature in the light of the war; most of all through the 

new organizations in various communities known as Extension Centers, the University brings 

its idealism and its truth to bear on the troubled life of an age of transformation and agony. 

Wherever a group of people — in a cla>sroum on the Hill, in a country Sunday School, in an 

Extension Center miles away from the C)ld Well — are brought into contact with this idealism 

and this truth, there is tlie University in the midst of them. The student who walks a dozen 

miles on Sunday to tell a little class what he has learned on the Hill, the teacher who adds to 

his routine work the conference at the distant Center, symljolize the third vision. For the 

University e.xists not in its physical equipment of classrooms and laboratories, not in its 

machinery of registration and examination, not in the splendid ceremonies of Commencement. 

When Brand discovered that the people regarded the building that he gave them as in truth 

tlie church, he locked the door, threw away the key, and led tliem up the mouiitainsiije. So 

also the University is a spirit — invisible, intangible, yet real. In these community groups, 

organized for the study of the national spirit, seeking to make of the community what the 

members of the community w'ould have the nation become, the University is at work, finding 

here high service for a time of war, helping our democracy to create, through vision and truth, 

its ideals. 

— Edwin Grf£nla\v 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 





1918 YACKETY YACK 



FACULTY 



Ph. 



Edward Kidder Graham, A.M.. D.C.L., LL.D.. President 
Gorgons Head ; Golden Fleece : 2AE ; <i>BK ; TKA ; 2T 
B. University of Nortli Carolina, 1898; Librarian, ibid., 1899; Instructor in English, ibid., 



ate "Professor of English, ibid., 1901-1904: .\. .M. Columbia University, 1902; Student, 
ibid., 1904-1905; Professor of English, University of N'crth Carolina. 1904 — ; Dean of College of Liberal 
Arts, ibid., 1909-1913; Acting President, ibid., 1913-1Q14; President, ibid., i9>4— ; LL. D. Erskine 
College, 1914; D. C. L., University of the South, 1914; LL. D. Wake I'orest College, 191.S; LL. D. 
T.afayette College, igi.s. 

Kemp PlummER Battle, A.M., LL.D,, Professor Emeritus of History 
A. li. University of North Carolina. 1849: A. B., ibid., i8,i;2; Tutor in Mathematics, ibid., 1850- 
1854; LL. n. Davidson College, 1879: President of University of North Carolina, 1876-1891 ; Professor 
ofHistory, ibiil., 1891-1907; LL. D., ibid., 1910; Professor Emeritus of History, ibid.. 1907—. 

Francis Preston VenablE, Ph.D., D.Sc. LL.D. 

Fraiieis Prcsinn ]'enabic Professor of Chemistry 

AKE; AX2; <!>BK 

sity of Virginia, 1S74-1 



Student, Un 
of Goettingen, 1S81 ; Stud* 
D. Sc, Lafayette College 
Alabama, 1-906; LL. D., Teffe 
Carolina, 1880- 



-1879: University of Bonn, 1879-1880; A. M., Ph. D. 

University of Berlin, 1889; LL. D., University of Pennsylva 

902; LL. D., L'niversity cf South Carolina, 1905; LL. D., Un 

Medical College, 1913; Professor of Chemistry, Universit> 

1900-1914. 



Walter Dallam Tuy. M. A., Professor of Geniuniie Languages and Litenitur 
X4'; QA 



M. A., L'niversity of Virginia, 1 
13-1885 : College de France, 188; 
rth Carolina, 188=;—; Student Un 



iS2; Student, Cniversity of Leipsig, 1882-1883; Uiiive 
; Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures 
versity of Berlin, 1910-1911. 




William Cain, A.M., L.L.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

Ir 



tute 



Milii 

d Engineer 

1 : Professor 

899—; LL. 



DEAN STACY 



.\. M.. North Carolina Jlilitary Polyt 
Professor of Mathematics and Engineering, Carol 
Institute, 1874-1879; Professor of Jlathemaf 
South Carolina Militarv Academy. 1882- 
Mathematics, University of North Carolin; 
University of South Carolina, 1916. 

Henry Horace Williams. .A.M., B.D. 

Professor of Philosophy 

Golden Fleece ; *K2 

.\. li.. .\. M., University of North Carolina, 1S83; Professor 
of Philosophy, Trinity College, 1S85 ; B. D., Vale University 
1888; Fellow, Harvard University, 1899; Professor of Philos- 
ophy. University of North Carolina, 1890 — . 

Henry Van Peters Wilson. Ph.D. 
Professor of Zoology 

A. B., Tohns Hopkins University, 1883; Fellow, ibid., 
1887-1889; Ph. II.. ibid., 18S8: Professor of Biology, University 
of North Carolina, 1891-1901; Student, University of Berlin, 
1902-1903; Professor of Zo61ogy. University of North Carolina, 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Collier Cobb, A.M., LL.D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy 
A. E., Harvard University, iSgg; A. XI., ibid., 1894; Assistant in Geology, ibid., 1888-1890; Instruc- 
tor in Geology, Massacliusetts Institute of Technology, 1890-189^; Instructor in Geology, Harvard 
Summer School, 1S91: Assistant Professor of Geology, University of North Carolina, 1892-1893; Pro- 
fessor of Geology and Mineralogy, ibid., 1893 — . 

Ch.\rlEs St.\plEs Manxl'm, A.B., M.D.. Professor of .-Inatoniy 

Gimghoul; Z^l' 

A. B., University cf North Carolina. 1891 : M. D., Jefferson Medical College. 1S94; Assistant 
Demonstrator, ibid.. 1894-1S95; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1906; Professor or Anatomy, 
University of North Carolina. 1896 — ; Student. Harvard University. 1912-1913. 

Ed\v.\rd Verxox Howell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Pharnmey 
Gimghoul ; 2AE ; K* 

1894: Professor of 

Marcus Cicero Stephens Xoble. Professor of Pedagogy 

Student. Davidson College and L'niversitv of .Vorth Carolina: Commandant of Ringham School. 
1880-1883; Superintendent of Schools, Wilmington. N. C, 1883-1898; Professor of Pedagogy. University 
of North Carolina, 1898 — ; Dean of School of Education, ibid., 1905 — . 

IsA.\c Hall Manning, M.D., Professor of Physiology 

Student, University of North Carolina. 1882-1886: .\ssistant in Chemistry, ibid., 1886; M. D., Long 
Island .School ^f Medicine, 1897; Student. Univer.<;ity of Chicago, tgoi-igoj; Harvard University. 
1902-1906; Professor of Physiology, University of North Carolina, 1901 — ; Dean of School of Medicine. 
ibid., 1905 — . 

George Howe. Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Laininaoe and Literature 

Gimghoul: Satyr; 7.<t ; 9.1; "i-BK 

A. B.. Princeton University, 1897; A. M.. Ph. D.. University 
of Halle. 1903; Student Oxford University, 1903; Professor of 
Latin Language and Literature, University of North Carolina. 
'903 — : Student American School of Classical Studies at 
Rome. ipi_.-i9l3- 

JosEPH Hyde Pr.^tt. Ph.D. 

Professor of Eeonomie Gcologv 

Gimghoul: ATO: S2 



Ph. E.. Yale Universitv. 1S93 


Assistant in Che 


ibid.. 1894; Assistant in Mining, 


bid., 1S95; Instruc 


Mining. Harvard Summer School, 


1895: Ph. D.. Val 


versity, 1896; Instructor in Min 


>ralogy, ibid., 189 


Lecturer on Economic Geologv, Un 


versitv of NortTi C 


1 899- 1 904: Professor of Economic 


Geology. 1904 — ; 



Xlineralogist, 1897-1906; State Geologist, 1906- 

N.^THAN Wilson Walker, A.B. 

Professor of Sceondarv Education 

*BK; 2T' 

A. B., University of North Carolina. 1903 ; Superintendent 
of Schools, Ashboro, N. C, 1903-1903: Professor of Secondary 
Education. Universitv of North Carolina, 1905 — ; State Inspec- 
tor of Public High Schools, 1905—. DE.\X NOBLE 





1918 YACKETY YACK 



William DeBerxiERE MacXider, M.D., Professor of Phanuacology 
Gorgon's Head; -N 



Assistant in Biology, L'lii' 
Student, L'niversity of Ihicagi 
1905—. 



sity of North Carolina, 1899-190 
rqob-igoS; Professor of Pharma 



Mty of North Carolii 



Charles Lee Raper. Ph.D., Professor of Ecoiioinics 

A. B., Trinity College ( N. C), 189^; Instructor in Greek and Latin, ibid., 189^-1893: Professor 
of Latin, Greensboro Female College, 1S94-1898; Fellow in History, Columbia University, 1899-1900; 
Lecturer in History, ibid., 1900-1901: Ph. D., ibid., 1902: .\ssociate Professor of Economics and History, 
University of North Carolina, 1901-1906; Professor ol Economics, ibid., 1906; Dean of Graduate School, 



Wii.Li.\M Chambers Cdkkr. Ph.D., Professor of 



)()(|I»V 



'niversitv, 1901 ; Student Uni- 
of Norlii Carolina, igoj-igo;; 



B. S. University of South Carolina. 1894; Ph. I)., lobns Hopkii 
versity of Bonn, 1901-1902; .\ssociate Professor of Botany. I'nivers 
Professor of Botany, ibid., 1907 — . 

Archibald Henderson, Ph.D., Professor of Pure Matheiiuities 
Gimghoul; 2N ; SJA ; *BK ; 2T ; E*A 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1898; .-\. M.. ibid., 1899: Instructor in Mathematics, ibid., 
i898-i9o_'; Student, University of Chicago, .901; Ph. D., University of North Carolina, 190;; Fellovir 
and Tutor in Mathematics. L'niversitv College and University of Chicago, 1902-1903: Associate Professor of 
Mathematics, l'niversity of North Carolina, 1902-1908; P'rofessor of Pure Mathematics, ibid., 1908—; 
Student, Cambridge University, University of Berlin, the Sorbonne, 1910-1911. 

Joseph Grei",oire DeRoclhac Hamilton, Ph.D.. Aluiiini Professor of History 
Gimghoul; Amphoterothen ; KA ; <1>F!K 

M. A., University of the South, 1900; Ph. D., Columbia 
University, 1906; .\ssociate Professor of History, University 
of North Carolina, 1906-1908; Professor of History, ibid.', 
1908 — . 

Andrew Henrv Patterson, A.M. 

Professor of Physies 

Gimghoul; 2AE 

Ph. n., B. E., University of North Carolina, 1891; A. B. 
Harvard University, 1892; A. M., ibid., 1893; Instructor in 
Physics, University of Georgia, 1894-1S97; .\djunct Professor 
of Physics and Electrical Engineering, ibid., 1897-1898; Pro- 
fessor of Phvsics and .\stronomv, ibid., 1S98-1908; Student. 
University of Berlin and Charlottenburg Techmscbe Hochschule, 
1905-1906; Professor of Phvsics, University of North Caro- 
lina, 1908—; Dean of School' of Applied Science, ibid., 1911—. 

Henrv McGilbert Wagstaff, Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

*BK; E*A 

Ph. B., University of North Carolina, 1S99; Professor of 
Mathematics, Rutherford College, 1900-1902; Ph. D., Johns 
Hopkins l'niversity, 1906; .Acting Professor of Economics and 
History, Alleghany College, 1906-1907; Associate Professor of 
History, University of .North Carolina, 1907-1909; Professor of 
History, ibid., 1909 — . 




DEA.N MAN.NIXG 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ^i 



Patrick Henry Winston, Professor of Laiv 
Gimghoul; *Ae 



Student. University of Ti 
States Military Academy. 190;: !Stuc 
of t.aw, ili.l.. igog — ; Student, V'niv 



897-1898; University of Xo 
ident, University of North 
of Michigan, 1910. 



School of La 



William Morton Dey, Ph.D., Professor of Romance l.nnguages and Literature 

Gorgon's Head; Satyr; AKE ; V.S- <i>MA ; *BK 
. .\., .\1. .\.. University of Virginia, 190.'; Student in Paris, 190.?; A. M., Harvard L'niversity. 

Austin Teaching Fellow, ibid., 1905; Ph. D., ibid., 1906; Student in Spain and Italy, 1906; 
ant Professor of Romance Languages, University of Missouri. 1906-1909: Professor of Ron 
ages, L'niversity of North Carolina, 1909 — . 

Marvin Hendrix Stacy, A.M.. Professor of Civil Engineering 
•t>BK 



ibid. 1904; Student, Cornell 


Universit 


L-riversitv nf North Carolina, 


1906-1910 


College of Liberal Arts, ibid.. 


1913-1914 



rsity of North Carolina. 190J ; Instructor in Mathematics, ibid.. 190^-1906: -\ 
, 1905. 1906. 1911: .Asso^riate Professrjr of Civil Engines 
Professor of Civil Engineering, ibid.. 1910—; Acting De 
Dean of College of Liberal ,-\rts : ibid., 1914— . 

Lucius Polk McGehee, A.B., Professor of Law 

Gorgon's Head ; KA 

A. B., University of North Carolina. 1887; Student School of Law. ibid.. 1S90-1891; Profess 



M., 



of the School of La« 



ibid., 



A. B.. Davidsc 



AtwELL Campbell McIntosh, A.M., Professor of Law 

ATH 

in College. 1881; A. JL. ibid.. 18S7: Professor of Law Trinity College 
University of No ' " 



rth Ca 



olina, 




hEan rapER 



Harry Woodburn Chase. Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology 

Gimghoul ; *BK 



High 



B.. Dartmouth College, 1904; T 
School (Mass.). 1904-1908; A. 
190S; Director of Clinic for Subnorm 
versify, 1909-1910; Ph. D., ibid., 1910; 
L'niversity of North Carolina, 1910 — . 



acher in the Groveland 
i., Dartmouth College, 
1 Children. Clark Uni- 
'rofessor of Psychology, 



Alvin Sawyer WheElEr. Ph.D. 

Professor of Organic Cheinistrv 

Ben ; AXZ ; <i>BK 

Beloit College, 1890; Student, Cornell Unive 



M.. Ha 
.. 1897-1900; 
! North Car. 
. ibid.. 1912- 



rd Ur 



Assi: 



Che 



•sity. 



■iate Professor of Che 
ilina. 1900-1912: Professor of Organit 
-; Student. L'niversity of Berlin. L^ni 
Federal Polytechnic, 1910-1911. 



Louis Round Wilson, Ph.D. 

Professor of Library Administration 

<i>BK 



A. B.. University of North Care 
1901— ; A. M., ibid.. 1902; Ph. 
Professor of Library Administratior 
Columbia LTniversity. 1910: Profes 
tion. University of North Carolina. 



Libr; 
1905: 




1918 YACKETY YACK 



Parker Haward Dagett, S.B., Professor of ElcctiicaJ Eiiginccnny 
Assistant in lilectrical Engineering. Harvard University, 1908-1909; S. K.. ibid., 1910: .Acting Pro- 
fessor of Electrical Engineering, Lniversity of Xorth Carolina, 1910: .-\ssociate Professor of Electrical 
Engineering, ibid., 1910-191,?; Professor of Electrical Engineering, ibid., 1913 — ; -Acting Dean of the 
School of .\iiplied .Science, ibid., 191.^-1916. 

James MunsiE Bell, Ph.D., Professor of Physiecil Clieiiiistry 

23; AX2 

K. .\.. I'niversity of Toronto, igoj; .\[. .\., ibid., 1905; .\ssistant in Chemistry, Cornell University, 

1902-1903; Ciraduate Scholar in Chemistry, ibid., 1903-1904: Sage Fellowship in Chemistry, ibid., 1904- 

1905; Ph. n., ibid., i9oi; Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of North Carolina. 

1910-1913; Professor of Physical Chemistry, ibid., 1913—- 

Edwin Greenlaw, Ph.D., Professor of Eiujlish 
Gorgon's Head; Satyr; SA ; 2T ; *BK 

.\. li. Xorthwestcrn I'niversity, 1897- A. ]\I., ibid., 1898; .\. M,, Harvard Ul 
ibid., 1904; Instructor in English, Northwestern University, 189S-1902; 1904-1905; 
University of Chicago, 1907; Professor of English, .\del]ihi College, 1905-1913; 
university of Xorth Carolina, 1913—. 



iversity, 1903: Ph. D., 
Instructor in English, 
Professor of English, 



if Sehool of Administration 

1909; Ph. D., ibid., 1912; Supervis 



Lester Alonzo Williams. A.M., Ph.D., Professor 
A. IS., Dartmouth College, 1903; A. .M., New York Universi 
of Schools and Principal of High Schools in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 1903-1912: Supervising 
Principal, Leonia, N. J., 1913; Professor of School of .-\dministration. University of North Carolina, 
■ 913—- 

James Bell Bullitt, .\.M., M.D., Professor of Histoloijy and Pathology 
Gorgon's Head ; *r-i ; *BK 
A. I!., Washington and l.ee University, 1894; A. II., ibid., 1895: M. I).. Univeisity of Virginia, 
1897: Demonstrator 01 .\natoliiy, ibid, 1898-1903 : Professor of .-Vnatomy and Pathology, University of 
North Carolina, 1913 — . 



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Eugene Cunningham Branson, A.M. 

Professor of Rural Economics and Sociology 

AT" 

. .\1.. Trinity College. 1894; -\- M-. Peabody Colle 
i89q: President State Normal School, 1900-1912; Pi 
nd .Sociology, ibid., 1912-1914; 



of Rural Eci 
of Rural Ec 



■ulil 



and Sociology, Un 



iity of North 



\ViLi.i.\M Stanlv Beknaed, .\.M. 

.Associate Professor of Greek 
Gimghoul; TKA ; *A0 ; 2T ; fi-i 
tudent, Episcopal Theological Seminary ( Va. ), 1893-1895 : 



[Tniversity of X 
iQco- \f)<M \ Tnstiuctnr in Greek, ibid. 1 
190.J ; Associate Professor in Greek, 
I'niversity of Chicago, 1906. Columbia 



1900 ; Librarian, ibid., 
901-1906 ; A. M., ibid., 
ibid., 1 906 — ; Student, 

University. 1909, 1910, 



Robert Raker Lawson. M.D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Student, I'niveisily of Xorth Carolina. i897->9oo: M. D., 
University of Maryland, 1902; Instructor in Anatomy. Uni- 
versity of Xorth Carolina, 1905-1906; Demonstrator in 
Anatomy, ibid., 1906-1908: Associate Professor of Anatomv, 
il.id., jgoS— . 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



George McFari.and McKiK. A.M., rrofcssor of Public St^rakiiia 
UK A: V.\: ^T 



Graduate, Emerson College of Oratorv, 18981 A. B., A. M., University of North Carolina, 15 
Student, Harvard University 1907-1908; Instructor in English, University of North Carolina, 1899-15 
Associate Professor of Public Speaking, ibid., 1908 — . 

James Stuart Ali.EN, A.B., Director of Military Training 
Gimghoul; AA* 

A. B.. JIcGill University (Canada); Second Lieutenant, Royal Fusiliers; First Lieutenant 
Captain, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

John Manning Booker, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English 
Gorgon's Head: Satyr; AA* ; 9.1-. J:r 

A. B., Tohn's Hopkins University, 1901 ; Student, ibid., 1901-1903; 1905-1909; Student, '-'niyer 
of Munich, 1904-1905: Student, University of Heidelberg, 1903-1904. 190S. - 1909. '9'°, 1911; ""• 
ibid., 1912; .\ssociate Professor of English, University of North Carolina, 1909—. 

Oliver TowlES, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Romance Languages 
Gorgon's Head; AA*; fiA 
A. B., University of Virginia, 1906; Student, Tohns Hopkins University. 1906-1909; Student 
France, 1908; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 191 j; Associate Professor of the Romance Langua 
Lniveisity of North Carolina, 1909 — . 

Thomas Felix Hickerson, A.M., S.B., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering 
Gimghoul; *Ae 

Pli. n.. University of North Carolina. 1904; Instructor in Mathematics, 
ibid., 1907; S. B.. JIassachusetts Institute of Technology, 1909; -Vssociate Profe 
University of North Carolina, 1912—. 

Kent James Brown, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of German 

Ben ; -l-BK 

A. B., Dickinson College, 1901 ; Ph. n.. University of 

Pennsylvania. 1905; Student, University of Berlin, 1904-1905; 

Student, University of Munich, 1909-1911; .\ssistant in German, 

University of Pennsylvania, 1902-1904; Instructor in German, 

State University of Iowa, 1911-1912; Associate Professor of 

German, University of North Carolina, 1912 — . 

Norman Foerstfs, AM. 
Associate Professor of English 

nA; ^r 



A. B., Harvard Univers 
jrvard Summer School. : 
1911; Instr 



ity. 



iity. 



A. M.. 



1910; Instructor ir 
1913 ; Student, Har 
■ English, Uni' 



ibid., 



of English, University of North Carolina, 1914—- 

James Holly Hankorh, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 

Gorgon's Head ; ^T ; QA ; <t.BK 

.N. 1;. Universitv of Rochester. 1904; Ph. 1),, Harvard Uni 

v?isil\ i.jcMi; .\-^istant in English, ibid., 1908; Instructor ii 

EuRii^li, il I'l . Mjin.1913; .Assistant Professor of English, ibid 

i9o9-i'ji4; .\^s,-ciate Professor of English, University o 

North Caiolina, 1914— . 




DEA.V -McGEUEt. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 



Robert Lane James, C.E., Assistant Professor of Drawing 
Gimghoul; ATQ ; 2S 
Student in France. 1907-1908; C. E., Cornell University, igij; Assistant Professor of Drawing, 
University of North Carolina, 1913 — . 

George Kenneth Henry, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin 
AT 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1900; A. .M., ibid.. 190.1; Instructor in Mathematics, University of North 
Carolina, 1908-1909; Instructor in Latin, ibid.. 1909-1914; Ph. D., ibid., 1914; Assistant Professor in 
Latin, ibid., 1914 — . 

John Grover Beard, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharniaey 

Assistant in Pharmacy. University of North Carolina. 1908-1909; Instructor in Pharmacy, ibid., 
1909-1914; ,\ssistant Professor of Pharmacy, ibid., 1914 — . 

Thomas Elvin Didlake, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Associate Professor of Laiv 

B. .\., and M. A., University of Virginia, 191J; LL. B., ibid., I9i.i; Instructor in Mathematics, 
University of Virginia, 1909-1910; Instructor in Economics, ibid., 1910-1915; Member of Charlotte, N. C, 
Bar, 1915-1917; Associate Professor of Law, University of North Carolina, 1917—- 

Joseph Henry Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of School of Adniinistratio}: 

<i>BK 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1910; A. M., ibid., 1914; Ph. D., University of Illinois, 1916; 
Assistant Professor of School of Administration, University of North Carolina, 1916 — . 

John Wayne LaslEy, A.M., Instmctor in Mathematics 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1910; Fellow in Mathematics, ibid.. 1910-1911; A. M.. ibid.. 
1911; Instructor in Mathematics, ibid., igii-1915; Fellow in Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University. 
1915-J916; Instructor in Mathematics, University of North Carolina, 1916 — . 

Henry McCune Dargan, Ph.D.. Instructor in P-iujIisli 
Satyr; *Ae ; V.\ 

A. B., Mercer University, 1910, Student, University of California, 1910-1911; .\. .M.. Harvard Uni- 
versity. 191J; Pli. D., ibid., 1914: Instructor in English, University of North Carolina, 1914 — . 

Richard Hurt Thornton, A.M., Instructor in English 
Gimghoul; Satyr; *Ae ; ilA; 2T; E*A 
-A. R.. \'irginia Christian College. 1907; Graduate Student. Columbia University, 191 1-1914; A. M.. 
ibid.. 1914; Instructor in English. L'niversity of North Carolina, 1914 — . 

GusTAvE Adolphus Harrer, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin 

A. B., Princeton University, 1910: Ph. D., ibid., 1913; Instructor in Classics, ibid., 1913-1915; 
Instructor in Latin, University of North Carolina, 1915^—. 

WmuAM WhatlEy PiErson, Jr., A.M.. Ph.D.. Instructor in History 
Gimghoul, 2AE ; *BK ; E*A 

A. B.. University of Alabama, igio; Teaching Fellow in English, ibid., 1910-1911; A. M., ibid., 
1911; .\. M.. Columbia University, 1912; Graduate Student, ibid., 1911-1913: Assistant in History, ibid., 
1913-1914; Instructor in History, ibid.. 1914-1915; Instructor in Historv. University of North Carolina. 
1916—. 

William Walter Rankin, Jr,, A.M., Instructor in Mathematics 

B. E., North Carolina College of .\gricultuial and Mechanical Arts. 1904; Professor of Mathematics, 
Fredericksburg College, 1908-191 1; A. M., University of North Carolina, 1912; Fellow in Mathematics, 
ibid., 1912-1913; Instructor in Mathematics, ibid., 1913-1914, 1915 — : Student, Harvard L'niversity, 
1914-I91S- 



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Allen Wilson Hobbs, A.B., Ph.D., Instructor in Mathematics 

A. B., Guilford College. 1907; Instructor in Mathematics, ibid.. 19051. iciii: Graduate Stuilent, Johns 
Hopkins University. 1911-1913: Instructor in Mathematics. Guilford I'ullege. 1913-1917; Instructor in 
Mathematics, University of Xortli Carolina. 1917 — . 

John Lfc'o Campion, A.M., Instructor in German 

t:tudent. Royal Gymnasium, Kiel, 1905-1906; Student. University of Kiel, 1906-1909: A. M.. 
ColumLia L niversity. 191J; Assistant Master, Newman School, Hackensack, N. J., 1903-1904; .Assistant, 
English Seminary, University of Berlin, 1909-1911: Instructor in German, Pennsylvania State College, 
1912-1913; Instructor in Modern Languages, Princeton University, 1914-19151; Johnston Fellowship, Johns 
iiopkins L'niveisity, 1914-1915: Instructor in German, University of Washington, 1915-1916: Instructor, 
in German, University of Xorth Carolina, 1916 — . 

Leslie P.-\rker Brown, B..\., M. A.. Instructor in French 
<!>BK 

B. A., Yale University, 1912: M. .\., Harvard University, 1913; Instructor in Romance Languages, 
Northwestern University, 1913-1915: Instructor in Romance Languages, Harvard University, 1916-1917; 
Instructor in French, University of North Carolina, 1917 — . 

JoN.^THAN Leonard, A.B., M.A., Instructor in English and Military Science 
A. B., A. M., Harvard LTniversity ; Instructor, ibid.. 1915-1916; Instructor, Evans School, -Arizona, 
1916-1917: Plattsburg Training Camp, 1917; Lieutenant Instructor, Harvard Reserve Officers' Training 
Corps, Summer 1917; Instructor in English and Military Training, University of North Carolina, 1917 — . 

James Strong Moff.\tt, A.^L, Instructor in English 
A. B., Erskine College, 1911; A. M., Princeton Universitv. 1914: Instructor in English. University 
of North Carolina, 1916—. 

John ^LARCELLUS Steadman, Jr., Ph.D., Instructor in English 

A. B., Wofford College, 1909; A. M., ibid., 1912; Student, University of North Carolina, 1913-1914; 
Student, University of Chicago, 1914-1916; Ph. D., ibid.. 1916; Instructor, Wofford Fitting School, 
1909-1912; Headmaster, ibid., 1911-1914: .Assistant in English, LTniversity of Chicago, 1915-1916; Instruc- 
tor in English, University of North Carolina, 1916 — . 

Clinton Walker Keves, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin 

*BK 

.A. B., Princeton University, 1910; Ph. D.. ibid., 1913; Instructor in Latin, University of North 
Carolina, 1916—. 

Sturgess E. Leavitt, .\.B., ^L.\., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 

A. B., Bowdoin, 1908; M. A.. Harvard. 1913; Ph. D., ibid., 1917: Student, at WcGill University, 
1910; Student in France, 1911; Student, Columbia L^niversity, 1913; Instructor in French, Northwestern 
University, 1913-1914; Austin Scholar, Harvard, 1914-1915; Instructor in Romance Languages, Harvard 
University, 1915-1917: Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, University of North Carolina, 1917 — . 

ElackwEll Markham, A.B. Instructor in Zoology 

A. B., University of .Xorth Carolina, 1907: Instructor in Zoology, University of North Carolina. 1917—. 

James Vivian Whitfield, A.B., Instructor in Military Training 
A. B., LTniversity of Xorth Carolina, 1914: Commandant, Horner Military School, 1916-1917; Instruc- 
tor in Military Training, University of Xorth Carolina, 1917—. 



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1918 YACKETY YACK 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



William M. York 
President 

John S. Terry 
Vice-President 



R. Ernest Price 
Secretary 



C. Holmes Herty, Jr. 
Treasurer 



KamEjchi Kato 
Representative on Greater Council 



W. Hermas Stephenson 
Historian 



Charles G. Tennant 
Poet 



Albert M. Coates 
Orator 



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Ray Armstrong 
Belmont, N. C. 

Age, 24 ; Height, 5 feet 9 inches 
Weight, 145 

Gaston County Club; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (3, 4) ; Greater Council (2, 3) ; 
President Di. Society; Vice-t'resident 
Class (2); Class Basket-Ball (i, 2, 3), 
Captain (2) : Varsity Basket-Bail Squad 
(3) : Class Baseball: Assistant Manager 
Varsity Football (3), Manager (4): 
Athletic Council ; Assistant Physics 
Laboratory (3, 4) ; Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society; Math. Club: Inter- 
national Polity Club; Golden Fleece; 
Amphoterothen ; "{"BK. 

Sergeant Company "C" 

Rav is one of the pillars of the Class. 
He is one of those men that you can 
count upon, and, conversely to the usual 
trend of human nature, he Keeps his 
engagements. But Ray is more than 
reliable and punctual — he Is alike a 
Math, shark, a Physics instructor, and 
a scholar, being another wearer of the 
Key. Before the war is over, we shall 
e.xpect to hear of R.\y's great service 
in the .American artillery on the Western 
front, computing the distance from the 
trenches to victory. 



Duma Carroi.l Arnold 
Neuse, N. C. 



Phi. Society : ^ledical Society ; Wake 
County Club. 



"D. C." knows all about that farm, 
and believes in a liberal education. He 
is a good student, and a hard worker. 
While still at University of Xorth Caro- 
lina, he is doing his bit as a Naval 
Reserve. 




.|l■:^sl■: \'k.m>.n r.Aij.in 
Salemburg. X. C. 

Age, 24: Height. 5 feel 10 indies 
VVeght, 130 

Sampson County Club:; Plii. Society; 
North Carolina Club; Commencement 
Debate (3); Winner laitra-Collegiate 
Debate; Debating Council. 



WlI.r.lAM P.AII.KN-, JK. 

Raleigh. X. C. 

\oe ji ; Height. 6 feet 1 inch 

Weight. 158 

Di. Society ;. German Club; President 
Pan-Hellenic Covncil ; Gorgon's Head; 
Coop; Uks; B6n. 

Sergeant Company "D" 



im. 



Baggf.tt: Here's to Baggett, a 
debater and scholar, a consistent worker, 
and a good fellow. He is not one of 
the conspicuous kind, but iias many 
friends. Unselfish, earnest, mindful of 
his own business, B.\ggett moves 
steadily forward. 



Bill is ta'l. thin, and good-natured ; 
he will do anything for his friends; and 
he has few enemies. W'ith his half 
smile and a shrug of the shoulders he 
shoves his troubles out of the way. and 
seems to have succeeded very well witli- 
out them. He isn't strong on the 
"activities stuff"; but it is the little 
things in the long run that have made 
hime one of 'Eighteen's uesr men. 
When you've got the blues, and want 
an antidote, see Bailey. 



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Ralph Dewev Ballew 
Hickory, X. C. 

Age, jo; Height, 6 feet Yi 
Weight, 151 

German CUih ; EHsha Jilitchell SciehV 
tific Society: Catawba-Lincohi Cotint\' 
Chib, Secre.ary (4): Mathematical 
Club : American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers. 

Second Lieutenant Company "D" 




A1.1.EN Carithers Banner 
Mount Airy, X. C. 

Height, 5 feet 7 inches; Weight, 162 

Di. Society ; Surry County Club ; 
Medical Society; *X. 



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[ii<i 



Ralph is a steady, hard worker, a 
good egg, a "ladies' man," and an elec- 
trician. He is Professor Daggett's 
righthand man in Electric Engineering 
Laboratory, and he spends all his time 
there or in somebody's ( .') parlor. 
With his inventive talents and excellent 
ability, we will be surprised if he 
doesn't become a Marconi or an 
Edison, and perfect the mechanism to 
sink German submarines by wireless. 



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Tubby is a hard worker, is always 
happy and good-natured. He is a mem- 
ber of the Xaval Reserve. We expect 
arcut tnmgs of him. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




ClEnom Festus Boyett 
Smith field, N. C. 

Age, 20 ; Height, 6 feet : Weight, 140 

Johnson County Club, Treasurer (2), 
Secretary (3, 4); Class Basket-Ball 
(3) ; Class Baseball (3). 



VicTon Silas Bryant, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 

Age, 19; Height, 5 feet 9 inches 
Weight, 150 

Di. Society ; " Assistant Editor "Tar- 
heel" (2) ; "Yackety Yack" Board (3) ; 
Class Football (i, 2), Captain (3); 
Class Baseball (2); President of Class 
(21 : Student Council (2, 3); Greater 
Council (2, 3); German Club: Com- 
mencement Marshal (3) : Ampho- 
terothen ; International Polity Club: 
Coop ; Golden Fleece ; Gimghoul ; E^A ; 
Z>k. 

First Lieutenant Company "B" 



ClEnox has one of the quickest minds 
in the Class. Those who know him best 
are continually vexed because he doesn't 
let others know him better : lor, once 
they do know him, they will regret not 
having known him earlier. He is 
always ready to do anyone a good turn ; 
and it is impossible to dislike him. His 
ready wit, his cordial laugh, his p,er- 
petual good humor, added to his keen 
judgment of men and of affairs, make 
us all want him to succeed ; and we 
believe he will. 



Since the first day that Vic came to 
Carolina, lie has been known for his 
genuineness. Love of hard work, 
coupled with generous fine feeling for 
his fellow-classmates, have placed him 
high in the esteem of Faculty and stu- 
dents. A Class presidency, high scholar- 
ship, two years on the Student Council, 
active interest in athletics, are marks 
that show Vic to be a Carolina man. 



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IsRAFi, Harding Butt 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Age, 20; Height, S feet 10 inches 
Weight, 160 „;; I 

Brotherhood of St.iWndre 
Squad ; Wearer of N. C£_^ 

Company "D 



Age, 24 



Leo Carr 
Teachers, N. C. 

Height, 5 feet 11 inches 
Weight, 180 



President Phi. Society; President 
Duplin County Cluh : International 
Ji Polity Club : Amphoterothen ; TKA. 

i:-',!'" Company "A' 



"I. H." is a French "Bull." He's a 
good student, who has fallen in love 
with Chapel Hill, and has his home here. 
If he works as consistently in the future 
as he did here, there is good in store 
for him. 



Carr has been with our Class for only 
two years ; and he has done in three 
years what the rest of us have done in 
four. But he has been so tlioroughly 
one of us that it seems he has always 
been with us. He is a hard worKer. and 
an able man. His unquestioned ability, 
his uncompromising honesty, his 
strength of character, mark him as a 
man to be counted on in time of test, 
and as one who stands "four square to 
every wind that blows." 




1918 YACKETY YACK 





Maud Craic, Carson 
Charlotte, N. C. 



20; Height; 5 feet 5 inches 
Weight, 120 



A.B., Queens College Ijgi/ 



Miss Cakson entered the University 
as a Senior last fall. She showed that 
our three-jear lead was nothing, for 
she entered the scholarship race, and 
led the Class with seven "Ones." She 
is more tlian a good student. A fine 
sense of tact and reserve has given her 
that deHcate charm that can only come 
with thought and application to this 
business of living. The Class presents 
its ideal of a woman — Maud CraiG 
Carsok. 



.\lbERT McKlNI.KV COATES 
Smithfield, X. C. 

.\gc. 21 : Height. 5 feet 8 inches 
Weiglit, 150 

Y. jr. C. A. Cabinet; Phi. Society; Winner 
Fi-esliman Debater's .Medal; Fresli-Soph 
Debate (_'); Soph-Iunior Debate I2I; Junior 
Oratorical Contest ; Winner Carr Medal ; 
Commencement Debate; Winner Bingham 
Medal; Winner North Carolina Intercollegiate 
Peace Oratorical Contest; Secretary Phi. 
Society (2), Treasurer (3), Vice-President 
(3>. President (4); President of Class (3); 
Tohnston County Club. Secretary (.r), Vice- 
President (3). President (4); President 
.\thletic Association (4); .\thletic Council 
141: President North Carolina Club (4); 
-Vssistant Editor "t_'niversity Magazine" (3I; 
Winner W. T. Hryan Prize in Political 
Science I3) ; Greater Council (-', j. 4); Stu- 
dent Council (3, 4), Secretary (3); Debating 
Council (3, 4), Secretary (4); Class Orator 
(4); International Polity Club; Ampho- 
terothen; Golden Fleece; 2T ; TKA; 9.A : 



Here's to our Junior President! 
.\i.BERT has allied liimself with inan\' 
organizations at Carolina, and has left 
all better for having had him ( See the 
North Carolina Club records). He is 
a champion winner of medals and 
prizes, and is our debater and orator 
"par excellence." It takes a good man 
to win a Peace Oratorical Contest in 
war time. Albert did it. 



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FrEUERICK J. COHN 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Age, 19; Height, 5 feet 8 inches 
Weight, 145 



Plii. Society; Wayn&' County Qlut)^ 
Menorah Society: Dramatic 'Associat'ion 
Dramatic Chib (4): GernTan Ckib. 

Company "A" 




EluuTT TuNSTAr.i, Cooper 
Oxford, X. C. 

''Ag^2i; Height, 5 feet Q inches 
Ijil] \; _ Weight, 140 

•/Phi. SocieJ.y;/dass Football (i, 2, 3) ; 

/'Class Track ^f2) ; Latin- American Club; 
Horner Club ; Assistant Leader Gim- 
ghoul Dance : German Club ; Com- 
mencement Ball Manager; Coop; Uks; 



Freii is truly true blue. Loyal to the 
finish, he is endowed with a deep- 
seated sincerity of nature which one 
can't help but admire. 'Most everything 
comes easy to Fred ; there's no such 
thing as an obstacle in his path, for his 
unusual aptitude will out. With his 
strong histrionic instincts, he's bound to 
succeed in his pet lines — Law and Love. 



imghoul ; Z^. 



lb 



Captain Company "D" 



It is always fair weatlier when 
Elliott's around. Red-headed, good- 
natured, and possessing an inimitable 
laugh, he is absolutely guaranteed to 
drive away the worst case of blues. 
But combined with the bubbling disposi- 
tion are more serious things — Elliott 
also has military and athletic ability, 
and he has averaged the "Gentleman's 
Grade" in his academic work with the 
greatest of ease. .AH in all, he is a 
combination that is going to write 
Carolina's name in bold letters across 
the pages of international banking his- 
tory. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 



Jimx X ATHANiEi, Couch 
Bassett, Va. 



Trinity College 1916-17; Instructor in 
Botany. 







Harvey Atkinson Cox 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Age, 30: Heiglit. 5 feet 7 inches 
Weight, 156 

Phi. Societ}'; Director Brotherhood 
of St. .Andrew ; ^linisterial Band. 

Company "B" 



Couch is a quiet, steady worker, who, 
without unnecessary display, does his 
duty. Knowing him, one knows a 
genuine and sincere friend. 



"H. A." has a maturity of thought 
and judgment not found in the typical 
University Senior. He is a practical 
thinker, and often, when bored by the 
superficial dilettantism of the world 
about him, he retires to some secluded 
spot to think out for himself the funda- 
mental truths of life. His major 
interest is philosopliy, and he has been 
accused of being able to see all the 
transitions, causes, and results of Mr. 
Williams' spirit as it moves thru the 
worlds of fact, type, and principle. 



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Ci'KTis Franklin Crissman 
Siloam, X. C. 



Age. 26 ; Height, 5 feet 9 
Weight 145 



Di, Society; V. M.. C. A. Cabinet 
3. 4) : Surr 
Carolina Club, 



(3. 4) : Surry County. Club; Nprtl| 
n,ih "i^-^ 



To look at Cris. you would tliink he 
is lazy : but he is not. He takes life 
easy, and doesn't mind answering "un- 
prepared" on Class : and yet he passes 
his work. Only good men can <io such. 
Without Cris, the "University Xews 
Letter" could not be published ; and as 
for the Baptist Sunday School, and the 
ladies that attend; oh! they will cer- 
tainly miss him when he leaves Chapel 
-Hill.' He is a faithful Y. M, C. A. 
worker, and has roomed in the Y. M. 
C. A. Building all his College life. 




Rupert Johnson Crowkll 
Acton, X. C. 

Xgej/21 ; Height, 5 feet 8 inches 
• ' Weight, 130 

Ui. Society-;" President Buncomlie 
„ W .County Clufe^earer of X. C. ; Class 
^p/ /Baseball; German Club; HK*. 

- ' Lieutenant Company "A" 



We came near losing "Buddy" at 
Oglethorpe ; but he decided to come 
back up here, and do his bit in the 
battalion. He's one of our best lieu- 
tenants. Here we have a man of strong 
convictions, with the nerve to back 
tlem up. LTnwavering in courage, with 
a chest like a washtub, in him the 
Boches will find a nut hard to crack. 





1918 YACKETY YACK 





Charles Walker Davis 
Hillsboro, N. C. 

Age, 24; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 190 

Captain Track Team (4) ; Scrub 
Football (I, 2): Varsity Football (.3'; 
Class Baseball (i. 2, 3) : Wearer of \. 
C. : North Carolina Club : Athletic 
Council. 



Charles is a Iiard worker, and one of 
the best-hearted men in our Class. He 
is always sympathetic and cheerful. If 
a single one of us deserve a degree, it 
is certainly he. Hard, honest work is 
not a fair name for what he has done. 
His aim has been good grades, self-help, 
and athletics : and it has been well ac- 
complished. On leaving, the first of 
February, to join the Xavy, he lacked 
only three and one-half hours of hav- 
ing a degree, wore an N. C. and two 
stars, and owed no man for his edu- 
cation. 



Robert Cowan de Rosset 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Age, 20: Height. 5 feet S inches 
Weight, 125 

Xew Hanover County Club : Latin-Ameri- 
can Club; Horner Club; V. il. C. A. Cabinet 
(3, 4I; Pan-Hellenic Council; Assistant 
Leader Sophomore Hop (::) ; Commenceinent 
Marshal (3); "Yackety Yack" Board (3); 
Editor-in-Chief "Yackety Yack"; Leader 



Gil 



Dan 



Manager (4); German Club; .\mphoterothen ; 
Coop; Uks; Golden Fleece; Gimghoul; 
ST; ^\E. 

First Lieutenant Company "D" 

In looking thru the pages of this book, 
you see the work of "Bob," our most 
energetic classinate. His unceasing and 
never-tiring labor on the "Yackety 
Yack" is characteristic of him in all his 
College activities. Among other things 
which he has achieved in college might 
be mentioned the growth of a mous- 
tache, which, tho yet in its infancy, is 
quite becoiTiiug. "Bob'' is also quite a 
dancer — judging from his movements 
on the ballroom floor. The esteem in 
which his fellow-classmen hold him is 
best shown by the fact that he was 
voted our "most popular" member. 
Bob's future looks like a genuine path 
of sunshine and roses, for he is already 
famous as a Xew York banker. 




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WiLijAii Banks Dewar 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Age. 21 ; Height, 5 feet 9 inches 
Weiglit, 145 

German Chib : Wake County Club : 
Assistant Leader Junior Prom. (3); 
Medical Societv: Drum Corps (3'): 
Class Baseball (3); Class Basket-Bali 
(I); Track Squad (3): ^X ; ■i'SO. 



Elliott Florence Duncan 
JMayodan, N. C. 



Age, 23; 



Height, 5 feet 6 inches 
Weight, 125 



Di Society; Y. M. C. .\. Cabinet 
(3, 4 ) ; Xorth Carolina Club : Vice- 
President Rockingham County Club 
(4): Secretary Brotherhood of St. An- 
drew 1(4); Dramatic .\ssociation ; 
Freshman Continuation Committee. 

Company "C" 



Bill is one of our crack Med. stu- 
dents. For two years he moved among 
us, but then suddenly withdrew to the 
deep recesses of Labs, Histology, and 
the stiff-room, where he has maintained 
an almost complete seclusion, .\gainst 
one approach, however, his refuge is 
powerless — this is the approach of dance 
week. Just before the night of the first 
hop, you can see Bill wending his way 
to the pressing-club with a dress suit, 
and you may be sure that for once the 
dust accumulates on the anatomy book 
and Histology notes up in his room. He 
has a likable manner, is a good dancer, 
and is therefore strong with the fair sex. 






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Duncan is one of those fellows who 
thinks that actions speak louder than 
words. He is very quiet and unassum- 
ing, but is a diligent student, who makes 
good. Playing a piano like a profes- 
sional, and attending Y. "SI. C. .\. Cabi- 
net meetings just like Francis thinks 
one should, are some of liis accomplish- 
ments. .A fine boy, who will make 
Carolina oroud of him. 




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Watt Wekms Eagle 
Statesville, N. C. 

Age, 19: Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight. 145 

Di. Society; Iredell', Couiitv Club: 
Treasurer Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3I ; 
Class Baseball (2) ; Assi'stant ^Manager 
"Tarheel" (3) ; Business Manager 
"Tarheel" (4): Elisha Mitchell Scien-, 
tific Society ; Dramatic Club ; Assistant 
in Zoology (3) ; Senior Assistant in 
Zoology (4) ; Zoology Club. 

Sergeant Company "A" 




Fred Robert Farthinx 

lAg^, 22 ; Height. 5 feet gj-j inches 
I \ ,;\Veight, 175 

//rii. SacLety r^. W. Club : Class Foot- 
'balf (2): Virsity Track (2), Captain 
(33 ; Assistant Manager Varsity 
Basket-Bail (2): Varsity Football (3); 
German Club ; Chief Commencement 
Marshal (3) ; ^Medical Society; K*. 



The next time you hear a big noise, 
look for Watt — he's around. The man 
who runs the "Tarheel." and is a near- 
professor of Zoology — the only man 
who sees the esthetically beautiful in a 
crawfish. Says he is going to be a 
doctor. If so, he'll be a good one; but 
we are afraid he'll never become one if 
he keeps on spending all his time talking 
about that girl. A fine fellow, and 
justly popular. 



In the days of his youth, he was 
Tammany's righthand man : but later 
decided politics are iioi what they are 
cracked up to be. To see his legs 
twinkle down the track ahead of his 
opponent has become a thing so oft-re- 
peated that we are proud of him as our 
representative. He has decided to be- 
come a sawbones. Personally, we would 
be afraid to let him cut our nan- ; but 
maybe he can get away with it. We are 
strong for FrEd. 



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Height, 5 feet 
Weight, 130 



inches 



McDowell County Club: Clas/I^t , 
( I ) ; Chemical JournalClub, Secretary 
(4) ; Associate Editor "Carolina Chem- 
ist" 1 2, 3 ) : Assistant in Chemistry 
(3. 4); Elisha Mitchell Scientific S^ 
cietv. 



M 



tf^/ 



^'//qass-. Basket-Bali (i, 2, 3); Class 
Football Cl): Math. Club; Vice-Presi- 
dent Phi. Society, President (4) : Busi- 
ness Manager "Y.vcketv V.-^ck"; Ger- 
man Club: 11 K*. 

Company "D" 



./ ^' 



Some day "Ike" is going to bite that 
pipe in two ; and when that happens, he 
will be able to devote h !s time exclu- 
sively to Chemistry. "I. V." is one of 
the best students in the Class ( See Dag- 
gett's E. E. quizzes ) : but that doesn't 
keep him from walking like Johnny 
Booker, and having a swell line of jokes. 
If he keeps up as he's going now, some 
dav he'll make du Pont famous. 



He may be "Shorty," but you'll hunt 
a long time before you find as much 
good nature packed in so small a space. 
He struck up an acquaintance with 
Maili. in his Freshman year, and has 
been beguiled into following Major's 
footsteps ever since. He is one of those 
people who never perform wonders, but 
are the mainstays of any Class. If any- 
one deserves to succeed, and goes to 
meet success with our heartiest good 
will, it is "Shorty." 




1916 YACKETY YACK 



Age, 21 : 



Earl Elmer Groves 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Height, 5 feet 7 
Weight. 140 



inches 



Di. Society ; President Gaston County 
Club : Freshman Prize in Sketches : Ger- 
man Club. 




John Mi.nor Gwvnn 
Leaksville, N. C. 

.\ge, 20; Height. 5 feet 8 inches 
Weight. 737 

Di. Society: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Rockingham County Club, President 
(3) : Eben .Alexander Greek Prize (2) ; 
Class Baseball (2. 3) ; Class Tennis (3) ; 
Class Basket-Bail (2. 3); .\11-Class 
Basket-Bali (3): Varsity Basket-Bail 
Squad (3); Varsity Sub. (4); Wearer 
of N. C. ; Associate Editor University 
^^agazine (4); .Associate Editor "Tar- 
heel" (4) -. Librarv Assistant: *BK ; ^T; 
OA; E<!>A. 

Lieutenant Company ".\~ 



"Shorty" is a youth of promise, bliss- 
fully indifferent to the naughty world 
and its naughty ways. Nevertheless, he 
is one who isn't at all lady-shy. He is 
already booked for a career as a finan- 
cier, and in addition to this is a standing 
candidate for the Glee Club. A master 
of all stringed instruments, he has the 
unusual accomplishment of "tickling the 
ivory" with the staccato movement. 



"J. Minor" entered our life quietly, 
and has won enviable recognition among 
his comrades on the campus in the same 
manner. His record in the classroom, 
on the campus, on the athletic field, on 
the editorial boards of the "Tarheel" 
and the "University Magazine," charac- 
terize him as a man who by sheer de- 
termination and ability has worked up. 
\l there is a task to be done promptly, 
and done well, we count on him. We 
are willing to stake our reputation on 
his success. 



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William Trov IIakpei; 
Wakefield. N. C. 

Age, 26 ; Height, 5 feet 9 incHes , , 
Weight, 148 i(/ I', y, 

Medical Society : Member Y. M/, C. 
A ; Wake Countv Club. 



Thomas Pekrin Harrison, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet 9 inches 
Weight, 170 

Phi. Society ; Wake County Club ; 
Manager Class Track Team (3) ; Class 
Baseball (2, 3) ; AKE. 

Corporal Company "A" 



& 



Harper is very popular with his 
Profs. He has been Assistant in Botany 
and in Histology. He works hard, and 
stays in his room a good deal of the 
time. Application will carry him for- 
ward. 



"TuBBV" is one of those quiet people 
who has kept away from the public for 
four years. If you can ever catch him, 
and get around the quiescent barrier, 
you'll find a man who thinks and be- 
lieves things, and has the good taste 
not to tell everybody about them. Tho 
he doesn't let many know it, he is made 
of the right stuff, and will, slowly and 
methodically, reach the goal he has set 
for himself. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




Mattiiicw James IIatchek "/ 
Mount Olive, N. C. 

Age. 24; Height, S feet 9 fehtfi 
Weight, 13S :■!/ \\ 

D'. Society; North Carolina' Ckib:' 
Secretary Wavne County CUli: Class 
Track (i, 2);' Varsity Track ( _>, 3). 



^-^=^ SI V\ CHMaEs Holmes H 




vW 



7fi 



^ , ..ERTV, Tr. 

Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
,. -; Weight, 135 

k Class Tennis ( i ) ; Varsity Tennis 
/^Cs)''- Varsity Baseball (2, 3, 4) : Wearer 
/ pr N. C. ; German Clu]i ; Chemical 
//jrotn-nal Club; Elisha Mitchell Scien- 
'tific Society; "Tarheel" Board (2); 
//Editor "Carolina Chemist" (4); As- 
sistant Leader Sophomore Hop (2): 
Class Treasurer (4); Commencement 
Marshal (3); Manager Freshman Base- 
ij. ^. ball Team (3); Commencement Ba!l 
•^ V Manager ( 4 ) ; Golden Fleece ; Gim- 
ghoul ; AX2 ; *BK ; ,iKE. 



"He keeps the noiseless tenor of his 
way." It has been rumored that 
Hatcheh is in college this year, but few 
have seen him. .An easy-going chap, 
quiet but firm, and with ideas of his 
own, he has starred in Rip Van Winkle 
tor four years. We expect great things 
from "Hatch" when he begins to turn 
loose on the world the great store of 
things he has quietly absorbed here. 






Holmes is one of our versatile 
genuises, tho it took us some time to 
realize it. We knew all the time that he 
was a good fellow, and could play ten- 
is ; but who would have thought that 
he would be one of Carolina's best in- 
tielders in recent years, and, besides 
this, would carry off a Phi Beta Kappa 
key ? Well, he did ; and we are proud 
of him for it. 



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|;5a»7i(r3-~7T^3liFt ^ 




Cli;.\i Uolto.n llumnNi 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Age, 21 ; Height, 6 feet 3 i^I;e^ 
Weight, 195 % II 

Varsity Basket-Bali ( r,l,2^ : ClasS 'feet' 
relary (3): Class Football ^3): Pi^fes^ 
dent Wake County Club (3); Associ^t' 
Editor "Tarheel" (3); Secretary AtliA 
letic Association (4) ; Representative-at 
Large Athletic Council (4) ; Home; 
Club, President (4); Coop; Gimghouli, 

Ben. 

Captain Company "B" //i 

"Give me some music ; music, njpojly^- 
food for us who trade in love." qusfBi^' 
the esteemed William S., and tho "C." 
will agree, he will go the said William 
one better with one of his own compo- 
sition. For "C." is our versatile genius — 
combination poet, athlete, soldier, sailor, 
'possum hunter, and orator ; and still he 
is one of the most popular men in Col- 
lege. Tiring of basket-ball, he has re- 
cent'y bent all of his energies towards 
military training, where he has made a 
complete success. He possesses a big 
frame and a sunny disposition, and has 
won the lasting friendship and admira- 
tion of us all. He leaves us for nnmedi- 
ate service in the Xaval Reserve Force. 
The best o' luck, mv lad ! 





Gkah.\m D.wis Houm-NC 
Raleigh, N. C. 

2 ; Height, 6 feet i inch 
Weight, 200 

v; Wpke County Club ; Secretary Horner 
Club; Class Basket-Bail (i): Manager 
Cliss Football (3): Manager Varsity 
a.^ball (4); Athletic Council; Coop; 
Solden Fleece; Uks ; Ben. 

Captain Company "A" 



1^. 



J'l 



"G." is big and good natured ; so 
everybody likes him. After two years 
of self-elected obscurity, he burst into 
unwonted prominence when military 
drill was started last spring, and has 
demonstrated his superior ability by 
liolding down a captaincy this year. 
When he joined the Xavy. we were de- 
prived of having his genial bigness with 
us to the end of the year. We regret 
losing him so soon, and say to him most 
heartily, "Tlie best of luck to you, 
Mate!" 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




Levi Havwoou Jobe 
Mebane, N. C. 

Age, 22; Height, 6 feet 2 inches 
Weight, 154 

Di. Society ; Alumance County Club ; 
North Carolina Club. 



Frank Bell John 
Laurinburg, N. C. 

Age, 19: Height, 5 feet 9!^ inches 
Weight, I/O 

Di. Society; Manager Class Basket- 
Bail (3); Football Squad (i) ; *BK ; 
2AE. 

Company "D" 



ItiBE has an attractive smile. He has 
worked hard during his stay at Caro- 
lina, and has the laundry market cor- 
nered. Jobe is soon to be a member of 
our citizen army. He'll be a splendid 
"soldier of freedom." 



Frank is one of the quiet, reserved, 
studious sort: he always worries about 
his work, and then gets Ones. Few ever 
got behind his almost impenetrable wall 
of reticence, but those who have, have 
found a kind, amiable, thoughtful fel- 
low, with a big brain, who well de- 
serves his easily won Phi Beta Kappa 
grades. 



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Medical Society ; Duplin Gc 
Club; Infirmary Assistant (4); K*, 



Di. Society ; Latin-American Club ; 
International Polity Club: Wearer of 
the Hyosho Medal'; Math. Club; Asso- 
ciate Editor "University Magazine;" 
Greater Council (4) ; Amphoterothen ; 
E't'.i; 2T 



-// 



Geokge helps run the Infirmary ; and 
sick students bless his name, for he'll 
come in and ease their pains at mid- 
night. He is our youngest second-year 
Med. student, and gets the old "B. S." 
degree while still a youth. George 
checks off all the work, and is a Gym. 
man of ability. We know he'll make 
good. 



Kato is our Japanese-American. He 
hails from the Land of the Rising Sun, 
but carries an American education that 
would put to shame the majority of his 
classmates. He speaks, thinks, and 
writes English as fluently as tho it were 
his native tongue. And with his wise 
scholarship he has mingled a pleasing 
and congenial disposition, which makes 
him liked by everybody. We are proud 
of Kameichi, because he is the first 
Japanese student to complete a regular, 
four-year course in the University. We 
believe he has the true Carolina spirit, 
and feel confident that he will do a 
great work in welding more inseparably 
the ties that bind the country of his 
birth to that of his education. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 



P ^ ' -;f /"i-' 3 ( ' 




James Connor Kknnedv lyAnr 
Moltonville, N. C. // y\ 

Weight, 140 ?/ 

Latin-American CIuli ; North Cfa^p 
Chill ; Sampson Connty Ckil 





Ernestine KenETTe 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



^/ '■ Ai.B., ^Stiite, Normal and Industrial 
Cojllege. ~-^-' 



^; 



lie's a |ihilosopher. mayhe, and is 
red-lieaded. "J. C." had to make up a 
year, and enter in our Senior year with 
handicaps ; yet he made the Honor Roll. 
His long suit is History, in which he 
blinds his Profs, by dissertations. 



Miss KenETTE is one of those rather 
demure, retiring little creatures, who 
conies on the campus for her classes, 
and then goes off again. That her mind 
is in converse proportion to her stature 
is demonstrated by the fact that she 
takes Mr. Williams' Logic, and gets 
away with it. while Phi Beta Kappa men 
stumble and fall by the wayside. 



r¥i 



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Age, 20 



German Club; Pan-Hellenic Conncy\: 
Associate Editor "Yack'KTv ^'ac^\' 
Leader Easter German r Coop : Ofi 
gon's Head ; K2. 



"D. Boyd" has developed, with us. 
from an irresponsible Freshman to a 
serious Senior. He has never indulged 
to any great extent in extra-curriculum 
work ; but what he has undertaken he 
has done well. He's easy-going, and no 
matter what happens, Duev is certain 
to "pack up his troubles in his old kit 
bag, and smile. . . ." 




\^ William Bernarh Kinlaw 
■^^ Rocky Mount. N. C. 

21 ; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 151 

y/p^i«a,a Ch^bl Glee Club (2, 3) ; Band 
Al.ip) : SeGcetary and Treasurer Xash- 
Ed^ecombe County Club (i, 2) ; Assist- 
ant Leader German Club Dance (3) : 
Assistant Leader Easter German (4) : 
jScrub Baseball (i, 2) : Varsity Baseball 
(3) ; Assistant Manager Varsitv Basket- 
Bail (3), Manager (4): Medical So- 
ciety. Wearer of N. C. ; Athletic Coun- 
cil ; Coop ; *X ; -I-Ae. 



"Beanie" Kinlaw — that's enough. 
Everyone knows of his skiffing trips, 
his dancing, and the number of girls he 
invites to the dances. But "Beanie" can 
do things. He made the Varsity pitch- 
ing staff last year, and did not lose a 
game. As manager of the basket-ball 
team, he successfully patched up a 
schedule in spite of the war fever. We 
predict a successful medical career for 
Kinlaw. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




Hexrv Valextink Koonts 
Mount Ulla, N. C. 

Age, 22 ; Height 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 160 

Di. Society; Vice-President Rowan 
County Cluh; North Carolina Chib; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet ; Manager University 
Book Exchange. 

Corporal Company "D'' 



Age. 



Clinton Brace Laxuis 
Marion, N. C. 

22: Height. 5 feet 
Weight, 132 



inches 



McDowell County Club; Di. Society; 
Military Band' (4) ; German Club. 

Company "D" 



There is nothing peculiar about "H. 
V." except his white hair. Charlie 
Woollen thinks he is one of the best men 
in the Class. He manages the Univer- 
sity Book Store, and always greets you 
with a broad smile (when he thinks 
you will buy something). He will make 
an excellent business man. Cares little 
for anything except history, and is an 
ardent student of Dr. Pierson. He is 
one of the greatest jesters of the Class, 
and is ready at all times for a joke. 



)V 



Clinton is an enthusiastic musician. 
a dancer, and an ardent advocate of 
Woman Suffrage. His strongest ap- 
proval is a good-natured chuckle, and 
his most vigorous dissent is expressed 
by a shrug of the shoulders and the 
mild, prolonged ejaculation, "Shoo-o-o!" 
Great was his help to the military band 
in tooting "Over There," in 'i7-'i8. We 
wish Laxdis the best of luck. 



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Gk"Ki.i. Kaiah Lay 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Age. 23 : Height, ^ feet 8 inches 

Weight, ,40^ , ^, '^^ J, 

Associate Editor "'Uni'i-ersity/^' Maga^ ^^ 
zine :" Class Football ( i V: Varsity I^oot^ 
ball Squad (i, 2) : Phi. Society; Assist-" 
ant in Geology (4) : Wake County Ctub\\ 
Editor "County Bulletin." North Caro 
lina Club : Brotherhood of St. .\ndrew 
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 



Corporal Company "A" 



^^^ 



George is a satellite of Collier Cobb, 
and the most prolific man in literary 
production in the Class. He handed in 
an average of twenty-one contributions 
for each issue of the "Magazine." He 
is one of those three-year wonders thai 
the Class delights to have. You can- not 
find a more poised fellow than G. B. : 
and we predict for him a bright future. 



AX-NA l-'oKl;l:> LiimKij. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Age, 26; Height, 4 feet 9j4 inches 
Weight, 105 

Mecklenburff-County Club : "Tarheel'' 
Staff (3. 4) : University of Xorth Caro- 
lina Woman's Association ; Dramatic 
Association. 



Miss Liddell was with us in our 
Freshman year : then deserted, but re- 
turned in time to graduate with us. She 
is one of the first of the new regime 
which has turned "Co-Eds" into 
"women students in the University." 
When she came the first time, the sight 
of a lady on the campus was an event 
talked of for weeks : now you can't 
look around without seeing several. She 
was also the first lady to put herself on 
a basis of absolute equality with the 
boys. She acted like a nice, companion- 
able human being, and immediately was 
taken as such. She isn't afraid of us, 
as they used to be : so we no more look 
with scorn upon the Co-Eds. She talks 
a great deal, and is the only person in 
College who can absolutely tell you 
what Horace Williams means, when he 
himself does not know. She is a good 
fellow. 




Jut LiLKTUN LlXKKK 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Age, 20; Heiglit, 6 feet; \Veightyl6. 

Di. Society : Elisha >fitclK'll Scientific^ 
Society : Latin-Aniericait Chih ; MathX 
Club; Xorth Carolina C!ub ; Rowan^A 
County Club, Secretary - Treasurer 
(2, 3), President (4) ; University Band 
(i); Commencement Marsbal (3): 
Vice-President Athletic Association; 
Holder of Julian S. Carr Fellowship: 
Golden Fleece ; Secretary 'I'BK. 

Sergeant Company "C" 



Linker is known as the man who 
makes "Ones." He led his Class in 
scholarship for nearly three years, altho 
working his way thru college in the 
printshop ; and at the end of the first 
three years he stood only .14 of one 
point below the highest. He is distinctly 
a scholar. The qualities which have 
won him the esteem of his college 
mates will earn him disthiction in what- 
ever fie'd he casts his fortune. He is a 
"One" man. 




RvSsf.I.I. ObBIJKNE LVD.W 

Brevard, N. C. 
I I, Height, 5 feet 5 inches; Weight, 135 

,'' ' Mice^5«sid£;it INIedical Societv : Y. 
y 3iIl/C. A.;T^Xr 



^ 



LvnAv liails from Trinity ; and we are 
glad he came to us. He has many 
friends, and moves among us with a 
qu'et dignity. He is a good student, 
and a Naval Reserve. 



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Peter Francisco Lynch 
Raleigh, N. C. 



19 ; Height. 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 145 



(2, hy ; 



Phi. Society ; Wake .' -County^ 
German Club ; Class Football 
Class Baseball (i, 2); Class Basket- 
Bali (2); Scrub Basket-Bail {3); 
Varsity Basket-Bail (4) : Wearer of 
X. C. ; Varsity Tennis {4). 

Company "B" 




WiLMAM Dour.ALD MacMillan, III 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Age 20 : Height, 5 feet 8 inches 
Weight, 118 ■ 

Phi. Society; New Hanover County 
Club ; Dramatic Club, Secretary-Treas- 
urer (3). President (4); "YackETv 
Yack" Board ( 3 ) ; "Senior Stunt" Com- 
mittee ; Dramatic Club Cast (2, 4); 
German Club; Satyrs; -T ; nS; ATQ. 



In his Freshman days, under the 
■tutelage of Frank Graham, Peter's tiny 
footsteps were placed on the right path, 
and he has lieen following it ever since. 
.\Ithn not possessing a superabundance 
of surplus energy, he has represented 
our class in every form of athletic 
activity, and his efforts have been 
rewarded. His new book, "From Water 
Boy to 'Varsity Forward' " will soon 
lie off the press. In spite of a few 
idiosyncrasies, Peter is well-liked : and 
whatever it is — determination or stick- 
ability or ambition — he's got it. 



"Doug" — "Dougald" — in his four 
years with us has distinguished himself 
as one of marked histrionic and literary 
talent. Eccentric, droll, unique even, 
and quiet withal, Dougald would have 
liked to have been a French noble of 
tlie old regime before the decadence. 
He moves in an atmosphere unruffled 
liy the common herd. We believe that 
in Dougald wc have an embrvonic 
G. B. S. 




918 YACKETY YACK 



KnnKuT Wii.sux Maiikv 
Saillaiul Xeck, N. C. 

Age, JO ; Height, 5 feet 6 inches 
Weight, 135 

Phi. Society; Hahfax-Warren County 
CUih. President {3), Secretary (4); 
Latin-American CUib, Vice-President 
and Press Reporter (4) : Dramatic 
Association; "Tarheel" Staff; Assistant 
Editor "University Magazine ;" North 
Carohna Chili; German Chili; -T. 

Corjinral Company ".\" 





Hkkman Kabi, Marsh 
IMarshville, N. C. 

Age, JO ; Height. 5 feet 1 1 inches 
{'■'"'' Y^eight, 16.S 

' ■ D,i. Society^" Union Comity Club ; 

Wearer of tlieflyosho Medal: Carolina- 

/' Goodyear Club ; Assistant in Geology 

{4) ; Minstrel Association (3, 4) ; 

President of *BK ; E*A. 



E*A. 

Company "C" 



-.n!^ 



Snipes is "right there with the goods" 
when it comes to writing up "Tarheel" 
dope, or getting in contributions for the 
"^Iagazine." And he enjoys his literary 
work. But the best thing about Snipes 
is his personality; he is always in the 
best of humor ; smiling, talking, more 
often laughing, he puts everybody who 
comes in contact with him in a good 
humor. 



Earl is a splendid student, who was 
not satisfied with anytliing less than the 
presidency of Phi Beta Kappa (and he 
didn't begin majoring in Geology until 
after he had made it I. With a college 
record like this behind liim, we feel 
sure he will make a glorious success in 
life. 



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Robert Bingham -Mi K 
Asheville, X. C. 

Age, 20; Height, 6 feet 



inch 



dent Min- 



Weight, i£^ 

German Cluh : GlecAQJub y^j, 
MandoHii Club (3, 4) : iVesiHeiit 
strel Association ; Buncombe County 
CUib ; Quartet : Leader Fall German 
Club Dance ; Class Basket-Ball: 
Dramatic Club Cast : "Yackety Yack'' 
Board ; Chief Commencement Ball 
Manager; Coop; Uks ; Satvr ; Gorgon's;, 
Head: Ben. ' llf' -_-y ■' 

First Lieutenant Company "A^,' // 



':-A,-' 



Benjamin Lacv Meredith 
Newbern. \. C. 

Age, jo: Height, 5 feet II inches 
^V^eight, 150 

Drkm^tie -t<;^ib. Member of Cast 
"Arms anJ^tbfe Man" (i), "Witching 
Hour" (2), "Food" (3), "The Man of 
the Hour" (4^, Vice-President (4); 
Chemical Journal Club; Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society; Assistant in Chemis- 
trv (4) ; Fellow in Organic Chemistry 
(4); Satyr; QA ; AX-. 



Bingham dropped in from Davidson 
last year, bringing with him a beautiful 
complexion, a habit of kidding every- 
body, and a voice. He has sung and 
guitared himself all over the State with 
the Glee Club, and with marked suc- 
cess we believe. He is an overgrown 
Bonaparte we feel sure, having been 
born and bred in a military school. He 
is a good fellow, and you can't Iiclp lik- 
ing him. 



fe-' 



Lacv became prominent in our Fresh- 
man year by playing an important role 
in "Arms and the Man." Since then 
he has l)een the leading feminine 
impersonator on the campus, and has 
done it well, too. But he is by no 
means limited to the wigged parts, and 
also plays creditably anytbing that 
comes his way. Besides bis histrionic 
ability, he is among the brightest in that 
galaxy that crowds the Chemical Labs. 
We like him. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




Jamks Erwix Montgomkkv 
Burlington. N. C. 

Age, 20; Height, 5 feet 10 inclies 
Weight, 135 

Di. Society : President Alamance 
County Club (4): German Club: Glee 
Club C2) ; nKA. 



William Fred Morrison 
Statesville, N. C. 

Age, 20; Height, 5 feet Syi inches 
Weight, I JO 

Di. Society; Math. Club: Elisha 
^litchell Scientific Society : Instructor 
in Drawing 1917-18; Jrcdell County 
Club: Winner Cain Math. Medal. 



MoxT moves in a sphere of calm 
serenity, unruffled by the changing tides 
of student life : he rides the swells with 
an easy grace envied by many of us : 
and is a bit of a songster, too. The 
subtlety of his own peculiar personal 
magnetism grips, and makes friends of 
the lasting kind. 



Frep is one of those individuals who 
may be caught early in the morning or 
late at night going or returning from 
Lab. His quiet, reserved, unassuming 
manner has won for him many friend- 
ships of the warmer kind : his persistent 
energy has gained for him a reputation 
among the Profs.: and we find him, in 
his Senior year, taking Bob James' 
place as instructor in Engineering 
Drawing. 



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Ernest Xeimax 
Charlotte, X. C. 

Age, 20 ; Height. 5 feet 1 1 inches 
Weight, 145 

Di. Society: Y. M. C. A, Cabinet (4) ; 
Menorah Society; Assistant in Chemis- 
try ( 4 ) ; Dramatic Association, Cast 
(41 ; *BK. 



.\i,i;HKT Lee O'Briant 
Timberlake. X. C. 

Age, 20; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
- ,,,i| fe^" Weight. 150 

• "Phi Society ; Medical Society; K*. 






When in doubt, "Ven." and Wheeler 
consult Ernest about their bromohy- 
droxynaptheguinones, which is to say 
that, in the Chemical Lai)., lie ranks as 
a mighty wielder of the test tubes. The 
mere fact that he gained one of those 
little keys at the end of his Junior year, 
in spite of scarlet fever when a Fresh- 
man, would seem to infer that he is a 
grind; but we know- him better. He is 
a good fellow, a good friend. 



0'Bri.\nt. or "Doc," is young, but 
he's a diligent pursuer of knowledge. 
Doc. always has a smile for everyone. 
He goes quietly about his duties. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 





AlHEKT OliTTIXCKU 

Wilson, N. C. 

Age, 20: Height, 6 feet I ^ch, ii n 
Weight, 200 j, ||\ 

Phi. Society: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
( 4 ) : Menorah Society, President (4) ; 
Wilson Connty Club, President (4) ; 
Vice-President Class (3); President ';\~--i 
Junior Law Class (4); "Magazine" ^^ 
Board (3) ; "Yacketv Yack" Board 
(4): Dramatic Club (4); Executive 
Committee North Carolina Club (4) ; 
International Polity CIuli, Secretary^^, 
(4); German Club: 0^■. E*A: *&»=:•'/ 




Corporal Company "D" 



-'./■ 



Oettingfr's career in the University 
has been that of a strong man growing 
stronger. He has specialized in scholar- 
ship, in Literary Society work, in the 
social side of life, in everything, and is 
a leader in them all. His interest in the 
welfare of his companions and the 
campus have won him the esteem of his 
college-mates. His unquestioned ability, 
his wise judgment, his stick-to-it-iveness, 
and withal a certain happy turn, explain 
alike his Phi Beta Kappa key and his 
presidency of his Law Class, and form 
the basis of our confidence in his suc- 
cess. 



Rai,1'H Wea\ei; 1'akk 
Statesville, X. C. 

Age, 23: Height, 5 feet i) inches 
Weight, 160 

■•; Di. Society; Math. Club; Elisha 

/Mitchell Scientific Society; Latin- 

, American Club: Secretary Iredell 
Comity Cluli. 



Ralph is a serious, earnest, quiet 
sort of a fellow, who came to college to 
study, and has been doing it ever since. 
He is one of those retiring engineering 
hermits. Ralph is sound, and we 
expect mucli of him. 



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JiiHX William Pattox 
!Murpliy. X. C. 

Age. 20; Height. 5 feet 11 ihcbe.? 
Weight, 156 




Clavde Ruirs Pkaff 
> Pfafftown. X. C. 

■\^; Height. 6 feet; Weight. 17S 

^WUflivSrsity Band (i. 2, 3. 4) ; Assistant 
Manager University Book Excliange 
(3, 4): President of Forsvtli Countv 
Chib. 

Company "C" 



JoHX has worked his way thru by 
sheer stickability. He has taken his 
studies as a business proposition. That 
he has succeeded in no small degree, is 
shown by his being one of Dr. Wilson's 
Zoology Assistants. 



Xo, that look, there's no mistaking it ! 
He means business, with no time for 
play. He will sell you a "Vacketv 
Yack," a subscription to some paper or 
other, or a set of library books, while 
you talk. He is an adopted son. since 
'Sixteen claims the credit of his dis- 
covery. Quiet he is, unostentatious, a 
hard student, and resourceful. Turn 
him loose on a South Sea Island, and 
in a week he'll make a fortune selling 
the natives military suits of fig leaves. 




1916 YACKETY YACK 




As 



Roland Ernest Prick 



25 ; Height, 5 feel 1 1 inches 
Weight, 220 



Secretary-Treasurer Class ( 1 ) ; Fresh- 
man Dehate ; President Rutherford- 
McDowell County Club; Steering Com- 
mittee Xorth Carolina Club ; Education 
Clul) ; Piedmont Club ; Class Football 
(I, 2, 31 ; Varsity Football Squad (3) ; 
Assistant Manager "Tarheel" (3) ; High 
School Debating Union Committee (3, 
4) ; President Di. Society (4) : Secretary 
Class (4) : Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Author 
"Rutherford County Bulletin." 

Company "C" 




Hl'gh Williamson Prince 
Dunn, N. C. 



Height. 5 feet 
Weight, 145 



q inches 



Phi. Society : German Club ; Glee 
Club ; Band ; Orchestra ; Captain Class 
Tennis Team { 3 ) : Captain Varsity 
Tennis Team ( 4 1 ; "YackEtv Yack" 
Board; UK A. 

Company "D" 



CuTEY is by far the biggest ladies' 
man in the Class. Nor is that the only 
superlative possessed by him. If you 
don't believe he can sell books, write 
S. -\. MuUikin Company, or any of those 
fair dames in Catawba County that 
CuTEV visited several summers ago. 
CuTEY is a rare combination of 
corpulency, humor, and good-natured- 
ness. 



Hic.H is one of the few happy souls 
who get there, somehow, even tho they 
never let anything worry them. Won 
a tennis game which in his last year 
entitled him to the distinction of "Lord 
High Custodian of the Courts." He is 
a solid man in nearly every way, and 
where he isn't, he has got you fooled to 
death, and so his defects never show. 
The time-honored phrase "bound to 
succeed" really fits the man in this 
case. 



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KnZMMMnx^ Kavenel 
Green Pond, S. C 

Age, ig: Height, 6 feet; Wei 

German Cluli: Class Football (_>, 3): 
Scrub Football ( 3 ) : Basket-Ball Squad 
( 4 ) : Track Squad ( 3 ) ; Gyin. Squad 
(J); Gym. Team (3. 4): Assistant in 
Gymnasium (4I : Class Baseball (3): 
Commencement Marshal (3I ; South 
Carolina Club; 2T ; 2AE. 




fe^-v/ W- 



I 



To be caught trying a handstand on 
tile foot of an Infirmary bed with his 
fever at 104 shows what energy is 
bundled up in Sam. He does not stop 
with being a good athlete, and teaching 
Gym., but is one of the brightest mem- 
bers of 'Eighteen. He's an all-around 
good fellow, with a smile that has won 
us all. 



Miss Reid came to us from Queens 
College in the last lap of the race. 
Pleasant at all times, full of fun, and 
possessing a full share of woinan's 
cliarnis. "Jcn.iE " has proved herself an 
exceptional student (she can joke in 
French), an earnest class worker, and 
a friend of many. In addition to that, 
she is a basket-ball star, and a scientific 
tennis player. Old Xineteen-Eighteen 
has no member more loyal to the Class, 
or more representative of the Carolina 
spirit. 




YA C K ET Y YA C K 




Samuel Leslie Reid 
Lowell, N. C. 

Age, 23 ; Height, 6 feet I inch 
Weight, 140 

Di. Society; Clericus -'Club; Inter- 
national Polity Club : "Gaston Cotinty 
Club: Xorth Carolina Club; EtA. 



Davui Atweli. KenhlEman- 
Salisbury, X. C. 



'Heigl*^ 



5 feet 7'/" inches; Weight, 14J 




Di. Society 1^' Rowan County Club; 
Dramatic Association (i); Glee Club; 
Mandolin Club; Orchestra; C!ass Track 
III; Class Basket-Bail (I, 2, 3) : Class 
Baseball (2. i) : Class Football (3); 
Varsity Gvm. Team (2, 3. 4); Wearer 
'flif \. C. ; B*. 



Reid is one of those modest, unas- 
suming individuals who doesn't have 
much to say, but is always found yirompt 
in tlie performance of his duty. He is 
tlie type of man who does his silent bit 
without any attempt at pretext or show, 
lie is a great admirer and ardent 
disciple of Phillips Brooks. When he 
is not engaged in some involved disputa- 
tion on the principles of philosophy, you 
will find him in his room poring over 
a big volume of the life and works of 
the famous minister of Trinity Church, 
llc-iton. 



The way he turns himself inside out 
on the bars has won our admiration, 
and his letter in the Gym. Like the 
other "Dave," this one is small of 
stature, but he tells us he is making the 
Law Profs, look like so many Goliaths. 
He is the friend of everyone except the 
inmates of Carr Barn, in whose breasts 
seditious grumblings are caused by his 
attempts on the violin ; still, they too 
wish him the best of luck. Note : We 
find as we go to press that he's lieen 
married, since December. Wliy, David I 



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RaIJ'H HokTU.N kiMMh 

Hillsboro. X. C. 

Age, Ji ; Height, 5 feet g 
Weight, 133 

Class Track (i, 2) :.fVarsitr''^'I^racW 
I, 2, 3): Chemical Jdnrnal Club: 
Mitchell Scientific Society; 



Elisha 
Assistant in O 



anic Chemistr 
Signal Corps 




^ Marvin Kussel Koeeins 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Age^ 21 ; Height, s feet 8 inches 

;,!i »:|^~ Weight, 148 

GleeClub t^. 3. 4); Captain Class 
Baseball (3) : Assistant Leader Junior 
Prom. (3): President German Club; 
Commencement Ball Manager ; nKu\. 

Corporal Company "C" 



Ralph. U. S. X. R. F. P. D. Q. S. 
O. S., has chased the elusive N. C. for 
tliree years. Jewett and Kaiser Bill 
have kept it away from him. so he has 
started in for revenge by joining the 
Xaval Reserves. -A dash of nails, a 
beaker, some cinders, and a happy smile 
constitute the make-up of one of the 
Class's sturdiest and best-liked men. 



"IcKV." the happy-go-lucky; "IcKV," 
the sock-charmer ; "Icky," the devil — 
who ever saw a hop where "Icky" 
wasn't? Musical in more ways than one, 
his bones just w'on't be still when notes 
are flowing. .\nd his heart's as big as 
a barrel — his glowing good-nature 
reaches out and warms all with whom 
he comes in contact. 



L^*^^ ^ ,c)ie YACKETY YACK 




Jamks Pincknev Sawvkr 
Asheville, N. C. 

Age, 23; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 170 

Class Foothall (i); Class Track (i, 
2) : Class Basket-Bail ( r, 2) : Buncombe 
County Club; Elisha Mitchell Scientific 
Society ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Assistant 
in Chemistry; AX2. 

Lieutenant Company "D" 



Isaac Schwartz 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Age. -'I ; Height, 5 feet 4 inches 
Weight, 122 

Phi. Society : Wake County Club ; 
Menorah Society; Freshman Continua- 
tion Conunittee. 

Corporal Company "B" 



"I. P." makes Snnn.\' Jim look like a 
cloudy night, with bis "smile that 
won't come off." It may I)e on account 
of those Chem. I make-up Lab. fees, 
but we suspect more feminine reasons. 
He is a brother U. S. N. R. F., etc., of 
Rimmer's. and expects some glorious 
adventures. His smile and ability will 
put him where he lielongs— well on the 
road to success. 



Isaac keeps the class informed. He 
is a perfect combination of newspaper, 
encyclopedia, and compendium of gen- 
eral information. H you really want to 
know, ask IkK. He is authority on 
athletics, campus news, military dope, 
current happenings, drug store gossip, 
and the war. But Ike carries more 
than a mass of facts in that striking 
head of his. He has common sense, is 
a good student, especially in the world 
of Economics ; and the Class predicts 
for him a great success. 



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Walker Pi.kasant Smith 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Age, 23 : Height, 5 feet 6 inches, 

Weight, 125 '4 I. w 

Alamance County Cl"''"'^ '*''"'*^ "'"''^■- 
liiia Chill : Di. Society. 




Ira Wellborn SmiThey 
<iJ^-''Ul'\\ i'-< '\ Wilkesboro, N. C. 

iwow /''Age, 26; Height, 5 feet 7 inches 
Weight, 165 

Di. Socie_ty^-j Elisha Mitchell Scientific 



"W. p." didn't slay with us all of 
our Senior year, but went to Washing- 
ton to "do his bit" in the Civil Service. 
He moved quietly among us, and the 
slightly shy, he responded to friendly 
advances with an appreciative smile. 
He was a man with the "good old Class 
spirit." 



Smithe.v is a steady, good fellow, who 
performs his duty, and does it well. 
He works consistently in Chemistry, and 
made lots of "Ones" in his advance 
courses in his Senior Year. Here's our 
best wishes to "IsA W." 



1918 YACKETY YACK 




Li'.wis Lkistek Spann 
Gr;uiite Falls. X. C, 

\ge, 23; Height, 6 feet; Weight, 17S 

Di. Society; German Chil) ; Caldwell 
County Club; Rutlierford College Club; 
.Scrub Football (i ) ; Class Baseball 
(2, 3); Class Football (2, 3); North 
Carolina Club. 



W'li.i.i.xM TR.xtiuE Steele 
Nashville. Tenn. 



Age. 21 : 



Tfi. 



Height, 5 feet 
Vyeight. 140 



'Sp«i.et'3<;f Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
Executive Coniinittee (3), Presi- 
dent (4): "Y.vCKETv Yack" Hoard (2, 
3) ; Assistant Editor-in-Chief "Univer- 
sity Magazine;" Secretary Tennis Asso- 
ciation (2); German Chib ; Gimghoul ; 
Golden Fleece; 2T ; AVE. 

Corporal Company "A" 



"LfCius" resided at Dr. Lawson's. 
till he moved in with Tom Stokes this 
year. He is dignified, and is the 
guardian angel of .the Gym., even dur- 
ing the dances. He makes a good 
friend, and has ambitions to be an 
ornithologist. 



Billy and the Y. M. C. A. are 
synonymous terms. In his younger 
days, it sheltered him ; and he'll pro- 
tect it now. In fact, that is what he is 
doing. He came a long way to get to 
us ; and we are glad, for botli our sakes. 
.V little religion on the campus is an 
excellent thing, and charity covers the 
sins — not that BiLLV has a multitude, 
far from it — but he has the charity all 
right. He is a steady person, wdio will 
never rock the boat regardless of how 
agitated he is. H you ever want any- 
thing done, get Billv to do it for you. 



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RAr.PH Madisun Stockton 
>: ^ Winston-Salem, N. C. 

,' )'As^2o; Height, 5 feet 7 inches 
\V Weight, 13-i 



crman Club ; AiaElio« / 



Pies. Wak. 

Sec'y (j); Phi. .Society, Vic~iy^ces:' (3), §. 
(2); Fresh Debate; Winner Fresh. Prize 
in English; Fresh. -Soph. Debate (i); Soph- 
Jr. Debate (3); Tr. Oratorical Contest (3): 
Debating Council (4); Glee Club (3). Pres. 
(4); "Tarheer' Staff (2. 3), Assignment 
Editor (4); "Yackety Yack" Board (3, 4); 
Asst. Ed. "Magazine" (2), Eri. -in-Chief (4) ; , , 
Class Historian (i, 2, 3, 4); Commencement A . | 
Marshal (3); Wearer of Hyosho Medal; Caro-> / 1 
lina Minstrels (4); Sr. Stunt Cofetaiittee ; / / 
Pan-Hellenic Council; G ^. . 1 . - '. 

tcrothen ; Golden Fleec. 
TKA; *BK; 2X 

Sergeant Company "B" 

iVIost of Hermas' success' in College 
may be attributed to his use of the 
English language, both oral and written. 
Hermas has adorned the editorial staff 
of each of our College publications, and 
this 3'ear he and his staff have produced 
the best "University Magazine" of 
recent years. His sincerity of purpose 
and purity of character assure for him a 
true success. His statistics show clearly 
just what he has meant to University 
life. May he mean as much proportion- 
ally to the world as a whole. 



1M^':1. 



---..—- ^- Cabinet {>, 3. 4); 
TrfeTasurer -Y: 1\I. C. .\. (3); German 
Club ; Di. Society ; Secretary Pan- 
Hellenic Council (4): Vice-President 
Forsvth County Club: Coop; Gorgon's 
Head: fi-i : -^KE. 

Corporal Company "C" 



Ralph is the most dignified man in 
the Class, adheres strictly to form, and 
is liked by everybody. He never thinks, 
says, or does anything that would mar 
the name of gentleman. You will find 
him always in a good humor, never giv- 
ing way to the outbursts of feeling of 
more emotional natures, and tempering 
all with a sunny cheerfulness that 
counts for everything in the world. 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




Thomas Udhhs Stokks 
Ruffin, N. C. 

Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet 10 liiclies 
Weight, 155 

Di. Society : Rockibgliani County 
Chib : Xorth CaroHna Ghib. 

Companv "C" 



Charles Gaiij.arh Tenkent 
Asheville, X. C. 



Tom is one of those rock-hottom fel- 
lows, whom we all like : he loves the 
ladies, and goes to see them, no matter 
what else is on. We know lie will make 
good. 



Height, 5 feet 8 inches 
Weight,' 155 



President Class li): Class Poet (3. 
4") : Greater Council ( i, 4) : Student 
Council (4) : Athletic Council (4 1 : 
Y. iM. C. A. Cabinet (3. 41 : "Tarheel" 
Board (2), Managing Editor (3), 
Editor-in-Chief (4) : Winner 2T Prize 
(2) : "Yacketv Yack" Board (4) ; 
Wearer of N. C. : Assistant Manager 
Varsity Football (3) : Commencement 
Marshal (3'): Class Baseball (2, 3); 
Class Football (i, 2, 3); Class Basket- 
Ball (I, 2, 3), Captain ( i, 3): Class 
Track (3): Varsity Basket-Bali (3. 4>. 
Captain (4): International Polity Club; 
Buncombe County Club ; German Club ; 
Dramatic Club (4): Glee Club (4): 
Amphoterothen : Golden Fleece : --^ : 

First Sergeant Company "B" 
If a man's excellence can be judged by 
his actions. Buzz is at the top. He has 
added his helpful and strong support to 
practically every College activity. 
Behind a'l that he does is a poet's spirit, 
which has tempered his actions, and 
won for him the respect and lasting 
friendship of all. 



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John Skallv Terry 
Rockingham \ C 

Age. 23; Height, t feet 9^4 Wehes 
Weight 270 



u\ 



Ties. Di. Society (4)1( \ ice Pees \ 
Sec'y.-Trcas. Class ( ) v \_>ce Pres (4) 
V. M. C. A.: Asst. in Zorlngv (U Sec 
Richmond Co. Club; ( reatei Council (4"! ^^ 
Asst. Ed. -in-Chief "Xlagarine (4) SenidrV 
Stunt Committee; I atin Ameucan Club \ 
Asst. Ed. "Tarheel;" Wearer of the H^o5llO^ 
Medal; International Polity Club -^=50 Ed 
"Yackety Yack" ; N. C Club txec Com 
Ul; E*A: OA: ZT 



John Terrv is the biggest man in the 
class — not only in body, but in mind and 
spirit. His ifleas are big, and when he 
attempts to put them thru we find his 
capacity for accomplishment to be just 
as big. Y..\CKETY Y.\CK was going under 
for the third time when John rushed 
single-handed to the rescue. But John's 
biggest idea is the movement, of which 
he was a prime mover, to knit closer 
the link between this country and 
Japan. Withal, he is both a good stu- 
dent and a poet of no mean ability. 
Xii "Magazine" has appeared this year 
but that carried some of his writing, 
and bore the stamp of his efforts. All 
these achievements are tempered by a 
frank and jolly disposition. 




r.i:.\j.\.\iiN HiNTON Thomas 
Rocky Mount. X. C. 

•Age, 21 ; Height 6 feet : Weight, i6o 

German Club; Phi. Society; President 
\asb-Edgeconibe County Club (2) ; 
// Frfesh-Soph Debate (i). 



Ben entered college with the Class of 
Xineteen, but, being from a railroad 
town, it was quite the natural thing for 
him to "'railroad" it thru college and 
finish with the Class of Eighteen, thus 
completing in three years the work 
which most of us do in four. Don't 
infer from this that Ben is a grind, 
for nothing is further from the truth. 
He takes life easy, and has plenty of 
spare time for a few jokes and good- 
fellowship. He always gets his job 
done, whatever it be. 




1916 YACKETY YACK 




]'j>UARii Warrick 
Sioux, X. C. 



Age, 26; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 155 



Di, Society: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Class Basket-Bali; Class. Baseball, 




Marion Wilcox 
Elberton, Ga. 

Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet 6 inches 
Weight, 130 

'• AiB., Queens College 1917; Dramatic 



We knew En was a class A-i man 
before his local board told us. He is a 
great admirer of the Williamses, but he 
seems to get his concept of education 
mixed up a little at times. This will 
not prevent his being an excellent 
soldier: and after he has "done his bit," 
a good school teacher. 



Well, here's Miss Wii.cox, the other 
queen from Queens. Altiio an attrac- 
tive blonde, blessed with an intelligent 
woman's smile, Marion made "("BK 
marks in the only year with us, and 
took part in every activity open to 
women here. 

.\t center on the basket-ball team, she 
was as efficient as on a Math.. 4 e.xam. 
And that's not all — M.\rh)N filled a lead- 
ing role in the Dramatic Club play. 



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Thomas Cli.vgxian Wilkixs 
Rose Hill, \. C. 

Age, 26; Height, =; feet 10 indies 
\Veight, 185 

Phi, Society; Duplin County Club. 



If 



Jh 



Henry Van Pfters W'ii.sox. Jr. 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

-\ge, 19; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
\yeight, 132 

Phi. -Socig^/ Orange Countx- Club ; 
German "Cfi&; Class Baseball (3) ; 
Varsity Tennis (3. 4). ManagLr (4); 
Wearer of N. C. ; .\le.xander Greek 
Prize (3): Yacketv Yack Board (4); 
-Assistant Editor "Tarheel" (4) : Assist- 
ant Leader Gimghoul German : Gim- 
ghoul : 2T : -t-BK ; AT". 



'i'^^ 



W'lLKixs is a man who talks for his 
own pleasure. It is said that the good 
die young, but old "Wilk" is still with 
us. He is a "bull" in physique, and is 
mentally fairly well equipped. He 
started out for football in his Freshman 
year, but got no further than the 
gymnasium. Tho no student of medi- 
cine, his application of hot towels dur- 
ing the last "Tech" fight should make 
him indispensable to wounded soldiers 
in France. 





In our Freshman days. Froggy was 




very quiet and reserved, and we did not 




know him as we do today. He has 




kept the best in this quiet nature of his. 




and has a dignity and balance well 




becoming a gentleman, scholar, and 




athlete. 


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1018 YACKETY YACK 



f 




Enw Aui-i Phii.i.ip Wouu 
Canton, N. C. 



Wearer of N. C. ; AX2 




W'lI.I.IAM Rcir.KKT W'UNSCH 

Monroe, La. 

Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet j inches 
Weight," I -'5 

•, D^. Society; Y. M. C. A. Cahinet 

//U.k 3, 4V; Vice-President Y. U. C. A. 

/'i'^y; Assistant in Physics; Minstrel 

i^i : Associate Editor "Tarheel" (4) ; 

E<f>,i; nA; riT. 



Quiet, unassuming, and extremely 
dignified, Ed. will be found traveling his 
well-beaten path to Clieniistry Lab., 
where the most difficult experiments 
melt away under his skillful liand. En. 
also possesses track ability, and the first 
warm rays of the spring sun will never 
fail to bring him out upon the cinders. 
He is a hard worker, and will some day 
"get there" in Clieniistry. 



^A^ 



Bobby Wunsch is a pragmatist. He 
is one of the most energetic men in the 
Class. In addition to running Y. M. C. 
A. meetings, writing poetry, reporting 
for the "Tarheel," leading the University 
Singing Class, and passing his work, he 
reads volumes of Goethe and Schiller 
for a pastime. Bobby is always busy, 
but is a good friend (ask Van Xoppen. ) 
He takes his work seriously, and intends 
to give his life to Christian service both 
during and after the war. i'he Class 
feels confident of his success. 



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W'li.i.iAM Makvix York 
Might Point. X. C. 

Heislit, 5 feet ii inches; We^h^./M 

President Di. Society ; Junior Oratori- 
cal Contest ; CommenGeiiient Debate ; 
President Debating Council : V. M. C. 
A. Cabinet : Guilford County Club : 
President Senior Class : Athletic Coun- 
cil ; Wearer of the Hyosho Medal ; 
Varsity Track (i. 2): Alanager Varsity 
Track: Manager University Magazine: 
Student Council : Greater Council : 
International Polity Club: Ampbo- 
terotlien : Golden Fleece : E*.! ; TKA. 

Bii.i.v is the best business man in the 
Class. He has been working ever since 
he was an infant, and as a result of the 
process has worked his way to the top. 
BiLi.v believes that all work and no 
play makes Jack a dull boy, so he takes 
out his play by participation in all the 
leading movements on the campus. -\s 
manager of the "Magazine." Dictator 
of Swain Hall, and president of the 
Senior Class, he has shown great 
versatility and ability to adapt himself 
to any situation. He has been the 
Woodrow Wilson of his Class and the 
student-body during the past year. 



ii0B'S) 





RicH.\Ri) Leomdas Younc; 
Charlotte, X. C. 

Height, 5 feet 7 inches 
Weight, 130 

Society. Secretary (2): Secre- 

'rjF-Treasurer Mecklenljurg County 

Club (i, 31. President (4): "YackETY 

Y-vgk" Board (3, 4 ) : "Tarheel" Board 

(4) : German Club: nK*. 



Dick is what Dean Stacy likes to call 
"a good substantial fellow," a hard 
worker, a good student, and a valuable 
friend. Tho bis own viewpoint makes 
it a bit difficult for liim always to see 
the other fellow's, he argues his side 
good-naturedly, and when he has said 
everything he can think of, the other 
fellow gets his chance. Dick has 
chosen journalism as his field, and his 
whole ambition is to be editor of a 
paper just the "Charlotte Observer." 
Dick has qualities which will put him 
where he wants to go. 




YA C K ET Y Y A C K 




Ja^Er Lf.oniijas Stvckkv 
/'" ,' '■ ■■■ii, ,. Kenly, N. C. 

Age, 26; Height, 6 ftet ; Weight, 170 

Phi. Society; Y. M. C. A.: Xorth Carohna Cliih: Johnston County Club, Treasurer (2"), 
Secretary (2), President (3); Superintendent Western Lime Plant, Bridgeport, Tenn., for 
North CaroUna Department of Agriculture (41. 



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Stucki',y sent us his picture from Tennessee, and altho it was not made up like the others, 
he showed such true spirit, we had to use it. He is a geologist already m the field, and 
is one who has force of personality and character to back up his efforts. He is one of the 
solid men of our Class, thinks clearly, judges accurately, and makes us feel confident of his 
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 

mUSr four weeks after the outlireak of the great war. the present Senior 
Class was horn. Coming as it did into an age of turliulence and strain, 
it has had to contend with the call of outside circumstances from its very hirth. 

The whole two hundred and se\-enty-eight of us, the largest Class that up 
to that time had sought admission into the University, were all e(|ual in the 
beginning. E!ut we were not long to remain so. Some spurted off from the start : 
others settled down to a steady jog-trot : while still others ran fitfully — now 
charging ahead, now lagging behind, and now dropping out of the race. So 
different were we in desires, intentions, and abilities that we soon came to have 
only one thing in common — purpose. To some this purpose has been a guid- 
ing star, prevailing against every summons of the outside world. ( )tliers 
have seen a star brighter to them than our own, and have gone as the wise men 
did of old to pay their respects to the Christ of universal right and equality among 
all people. 

In many respects, Xineteen-F.ighteen has been a typical Class. In others, it 
has been unusual, which distinguishes it from the classes that spring up here 
every four years, blossom, and then pass out to make room for other class wait- 
ing to take their place. 

The fact that Eighteen has lived thru and had a part in a great transforma- 
tion — not only in the University, but also in the outside world — is more significant 
for the Class than the mere incidents it has turned into historv. In the spring of 
our Freshman year, we saw the most elaborate inauguration of a President that 
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there sprang up a new life, a rebirtli of sacrifice and service devoted to the ever- 
growing nuniber of students coming here for training, and just as truly to the 
masses of the people in every corner of the State. There can be no finer proof 
that the people of the State realize the \alue of this new service than Airs. 
Bingham's generous bequest of $1,250,000, General Carr's fellowship of $5,000, 
and increased appropriations by the Legislature. And not only has the L'ni\ersity 
found herself in the State, but she has set an enviable record for the other L'ni- 
versities of this country in patriotic national services. There were twenty-one 
men in the first rush for the Camjis. who were members of the Class of Eighteen. 
And ever since our men have been lea\ing one by one. Practically all of those 
who ha\e remained in school to graduate are taking the military science course, 
so as to be fitted, both intellectually and physically, when the call comes. This 
the Class of Eighteen has had a definite part in the new service both of the Uni- 
versity to the State and of the Nation to the world. 

Few Classes have been as closely knit together by ties of friendship as the 
Class of Eighteen. The presence of a common problem and danger has served 
to draw us closer together, as has been so well exemplified in the admittedlv rare 
spirit at its banquets and smokers. It has been especially fortunate in its selec- 
tion of ]jresidents. Tennent. Bryant. Coates. and York have been its strong 
administrators, who seem to fit i)erfectly the terms thev ha\e served. The 
scholarship average has been above the normal class average for all four years, 
and eleven of our nuniber — Marsh. Linker. Armstrong, John, Xeiman, Oettinger, 
Wilson, Stephenson, (".wynn, Ilerty, and Terry — wear the coveted key. 

Eighteen demonstrated its athletic prowess from the start, liv winning the 
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John C. Tayloe, I.. AI. L'pchurch. Hugh lUack, Fred Farthing, C. i;. Wehh, 
Wilhur Currie, Roy Hridgers, PhiUip Mines, \'. S. Bryant. Jr., P. F. Lynch, C. H. 
llerty. jr.. Preston Andrews. C. G. Tennent. 1 [ugli I'rince. and H. \'. P. Wilson, 
|r. In the varied fields of acti\ity of the \'. M. C. .\.. members of our Class have 
done good work, and the organization itself has had a very remarkable year under 
the wise leadership of I'resident Steele. Then debating and oratory have been 
efficiently administered by Albert Coates. who won the Peace Prize for the first 
time, Leo Carr, \\'. ]\L York, W. IL Stephenson, and J. \'. liaggett. The Class 
has the unique distinction of having the first member from the C)rient, Kameichi 
Kato, to complete a regular four-year course, and graduate with honor. 

As the time for graduation and separation approaches, we are inclined to 
feel that we are about to reacli the top of the hill, where we will find reward 
for the toils of our climb, liut now 1 Looking out into the future, we find that it 
is only a very small knoll that we have come over, which really leads us to the 
bottom of the mountain of life. L'p on its side we can see the nations of the 
earth grappling with each other in a motley, red confusion. But beyond the 
turmoil of the battlefield there is the sunshine of a new day, and this makes us 
feel that: 

Now as the parting day draws nigh, 

Carolina, 'i8. 
We join our hands without a sigh, 

Carolina, 'i8. 
Let duty call us, here or there. 
We are prepared to do and dare ; 
We'll fight for thee just anywhere — 

Carolina, 'i8. 




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CLASS POEM 



l«»£^| COMRADES, let us halt a moment here, 

■f ) ' And follow back our steps along the way, 
\ ^^ Lest we forget the rugged foothills there — 

The rocky trails — the dust— the heat of day: 
Forget the hours spent in quiet repose 
Beneath the shade of mighty oak and elm, 
Or out upon some old historic knoll. 
Where oft we've wandered back into the realm 
Of fables and tradition, and have told 
Our version, adding to tlie truth each time 
A new interpretation, till we've got 
A wild romance, with plot sublime 
O come I Turn l)ack! Why pause upon the spot? 



But no! We dare not follow back the trail, 

Or turn aside to either left or right. 

Such wanton folly would but mean — to fail. 

We've climbed the hills and reached at last the height. 

From which in silence now we view the great. 

Grim world that stretches out below. 

A thousand paths lead down — we hesitate, 

.\nd wonder where each path may go ; 

And even while we stand aloof, and muse. 

We see the surging masses at our feet 

-\nd hear them calling to us — come and lose 

Yourselves down in the throng that crowds the street. 

And lead us upward with the light you bring. 

Until we find at last the Truth — and then 

We hesitate. Have we the thing 

That men are seeking for ? We look again — 

This time beyond the throng — and thru the haze 

We see on every siile the outstretched hand 

That calls for servants, working not for praise. 

But for the love of serving — and we stand 

.\mazed, and ask ourselves if we can lead. 

And leading serve, our fellow-men below. 

O comrades, let us hasten now, and speed 

Along the path each one of us must go. 

But far away we see a thick cloud rise 

And cast its gloom out over land and sea, 

.\nd swelling, spread before our very eyes 

The scenes of blood and endless crime — and we 

Must plunge into the darkness and the din 

And grapple there with death and dank disease ! 

Why, have we spent so many years to win 

This height, and then with brain and brawn appease 

The raging appetite of fiendish war? 

But no ! The hills tliat led us to the crest 

To view this sight — prepared us also for 

Our part in strife, and nerved us for the test 

Of Liberty and right of men to live 

.•\gainst the rule of Might, Autocracy! 

Come ! Let us hasten down below, and give 

The best we have to save Democracy ! 

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BY SENIOR VOTE 



;^=r|l';ST AU-'Round C H. Herty, Jr. 

l*^=i liest Student J. B. Linker 

Most Popular R. C. de Rosset 

Best Athlete - C. G. Tennent 

Best Writer - - J. S. Terry 

Best Business Man Wm. York 

Best Debater A. M. Coates 

Most Energetic R. C. DE RossET 

Most Military C B. Holding 

Most Dignified R. M. Stockton 

Handsomest R. B. McKee 

Ugliest E. T. Cooper 

Laziest J- C. Kennedy 

Best Egg C. B. Holding 

Biggest Politician F. R. Farthing 



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William Banks Anderson Haw River, X. C. 

Di. Sncietv; ST. 



WiLLL\.\[ Parker Andrews Charlotte. X. C. 

Davidson College igi6 17: Ti't-S; <JA. 



loHN Lee Avcock Raleigh, X. C. 



Charles WortlEv Bain Chapel Hill, X. C. 



Parkhill Odell Jarvis Xewbern, X. C. 

Conimcnccnient Marshal; German Chih. 



*^ jj) Joseph Marshall Barber Raleigh, N. C. 

Class Baseball (i, 2) ; Class Football (-') ; 
Wake Countv Club ; German Club. 



Graham Arthur Harden Burgaw, X. C. 



-« :*i ''1 I Frank Dirham Bell Tuxedo, N. C. 

■::;: ! di. Society; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Class 

Football; Scrub Football; -AE. 



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Rov \Vin(;ate Boling Apex, X. C. 

Phi. Society; Wake County Club; V. M. 
C. A. Cabinet. 

-XoRM.ii.v .\nDisoN BoREN Pomona, N. C. 

Thom.5,s Prf.ston Brinn Hertford, X. C. 

Xorth Carolina Club; Class Baseball (2). 

Chester Winthrop Burton Pomona, X. C. 

Jei'I'Erson Carney Bynum West Durham, N. C. 

nK4>: Dj. 

S.^muEl J.\,mes Cai.vert Portsmouth, Va. 

Class Basket-Ball (i, 2) ; Warrenton High 
School Club ; Assistant Manager Track 
Team ; Coop ; Gorgon's Head ; Z^J'. 

H.ARVEY J.\MEs CAMPBELL .Burlington, X. C. 

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David Alexander Cooper Henderson, N. C. 

Class Football (i, 2); Medical Society: 
C.erman Club : Minotaur ; Gorgon's Head ; 
Coop; AKE. 

William Reynolds Ci-theertsox... Charlotte. N. C. 

Class Basket-Bail (i, 2): Class Football 
( I I : Scrub Basket-Ball (2) : Manager Class- 
Track (J); Assistant Manager Varsity 
Track (3): German Club; Ben. 

CiRovER Cleveland Dale Seven Springs, X. C. 

Harry TowlEs Davis Beaufort. X. C. 

Tho.mas Pir.H Dawson Conetoe, \. C. 

Xash-Edgecombe Club; Warrenton High 
School Club ; Chemical Journal Club ; Ger- 
man Club; AX-, 

Mark Overton Dickerson Rutherfordton. X. C. 

Irmn Webb Dirham Charlotte, X. C. 

Di. Society; Mecklenburg County Club; 
Sub-Assistant Manager Varsity Basket- 
Bail (2), .\ssistant Manager (3): Class 
Treasurer ( -' ) ; OA ; i:AE. 

W'n.i.iAM Clement Eatox Winston-Salem. X. C. 

Di. Society; Soph-Jiuiior Debate; 
"^'ACKKTv ^ ack" Board: International 
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Vernon Lyndon ElE.v Menola, Va, 

Walter Connor Feimster. Jr Xewton, N. C. 

Di. Society; Class Basket-Bail It); 
Varsity Baseball ( j, 3); Cass Tenuis (J); 
Varsity Tennis (3); Ass stant Manager 
Varsity Football ( 3 ) ; Manager Class Foot- 
ball (3) ; President Catawba-Lincoln County 
Club ; Wearer of X. C. : Cuniniencenieiit 
Marsbal: :SAE. 

James Skinner FicklEn Creenville. N. C. 

Pitt County Club ; German Chili ; "^'ACl<KTv 
Yack" Board; Pan-He'lcnic Council; 
Assistant Leader Fall German Club iJancc; 
Assistant Leader Gorgon's Head Dance ; 
Commencement Marsbal; Coop; Miiiolaur; 
Gorgon's Head: -X. 

T. W. Foi.soM Swannanna, X. C. 

Medical Society; 2X. 

John Wesi.ev Foster Mocksville, X. C. 

Di. Society ; Iredell County Cluli. 

Robert Hanes Frazier - Greensboro, X. C. 

Di. Society; Guilford County Club; 
Representative on Xortli Carolina Club 
Council; German Club; BOIl. 

John Menhinghall Gibson Gibson, X. C. 

Dramatic .\ssociation ; Latiii-.-Xmerican 
Club; Xortb Carolina Club; Pbi. Society; 
German Club. 

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Oley Preslek Gcoch Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Xath.w Green Gooding Newbern, N. C. 

Phi. Society, Secretary (2), Treasurer 
( J ) ; Craven County Club ; Assistant 
^lanager "Tarheel" (3) : Assistant Manager 
"Magazine" (3); Carolina Goodyear Club: 
Class Treasurer (3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
(3): Chief Commencement Marshal; E<J>A. 

Theodore Alexander Graham. -.Mount Ulla, N. C. 

Rowan County Club: Football Squad (2) ; 
Baseball Squad. 

George Leighton Grantham Fairmont, N. C. 

Oak Ridge Club : Secretary-Treasurer 
Robeson County Club : German Club ; -X. 

Otho W1LI.1AM Hale Eure, N. C. 

Gates County Club; North Carolina Club. 

Charles J. Hardee Asheville, N. C. 

Cary Lanier Harrington Greenville, N. C. 

Harry Forrest He.nson Crewe, Va. 



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Julian Ballexger Hester Tryon. X. C. 

Freshman Football (l): Varsity Tennis 
(2") ; Glee Club (2, 3") ; Vice-President ^lee 
Club: German Club: ATQ. 



Daniel Merritt Hodges, Jr Asheville, N. C. 

Buncombe County Club; German Club; 



Luther Hartwell Hodges Leaksville. N. C. 

Di. Society. Secretary {2). Treasurer (3) : 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Class Baseball (i, 2) : 
Class Basket-Ball (i); Varsity Basket-Bali 
Squad (2, 3) : Class Football (2) : Assistant 
Manager First-Year Baseball (2) : Assistant 
Manager Varsity Baseball ( 3 ) : Greater 
Council : Marshal ; Rockingham County 
Club; E1.A. 



Paul Loraine Hoffler Gatesyille, X. C. 

Phi. Society : Gates County Club. 



William Howard Hooker Greenyille, X. C. 



Charles Mortimer Hazelhurst.... Wilmington. X. C. 

Phi. Society ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; t,'Iass 
President (3) : Secretary Student Council 
(3); Greater Council: Manager Freshman 
Baseball: Pan-Hellenic Council (3); New 
Hanoyer County Club; German Club; IIK*. 



Edgar Bryan Jenkins Xashyille. X'. C. 

Phi. Society; Xash-Edgecombe County 
Club. 



3axtek Columbus Jones Gaj', N. C. 





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Elizabeth Atkinson Lay Raleigh. X. C. 



EnwiN Samuel Linpsev. 



..Tryon. X. C. 



Glee Club and Orchestra 1 i, 2). Director 
(3); German Club: "Vackety Vack" 
Board: OA ; nKA. 



\'|R(.IM\ Henhon McFapyex Waynesville, X. C. 

Krenau College. inis-i6: Dramatic Club: 
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Arthur Talmadge McInTosh.... Roberdel, X. C. 

Di. Society ; Alamance County Club. 

.\rthur Talmadge McIntosh Roberdel. X. C. 

EnnY Schmidt Merritt X'ewbern, X. C. 

Phi. Society. Secretary (2). Vice-Pre.'si- 
dent (3): Fresh Debate: Soph Debate: 
Junior Debate: Assistant Manager "Maga- 
zine": Craven County Cluli : Dramatic Asso- 
ciation: Class Historian: E*-l. 

Imirrest Glenwooh Miles Warrenton, N', C. 

Phi. Society. Secretary (2I, Vice-Presi- 
dent (3): VViiuier Fresh Debater's Medal: 
Xorth Carolina Club: Warrenton High 
School Cluli: Halifax-Warren County Club: 
Representative in Xorth Carolina Club (3) ; 
Dramatic .\ssociation : Soph. Debate rai: 
Intra-College Debate: Assistant Manager 
Varsity Baseball (3): "Tarheel" Board: 
"Y.'^ckety Yack" Board: German Club. 



Gkokce Dillon Morris Goldsboro. X. C. 

German Club: Coop: K2. 



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JOSIAH SlOCKTO.V MURRAY Durliaiii, X. C. 

"Carolina Chemist" (2), Business-Man- 
ager (3). 

Horace Ximms Mount Holly, X, C. 

Samuel Royster Xorris Jacksonville, Fla. 

Y. ;\1. C. A. Cabinet (i, 2, 3); German 
Club, Treasurer (3): Assistant Leader 
Soph. Hop; Greater Council; Vice-Presi- 
dent Class (3) ; President First-Year Medi- 
cal Class ; Pan-Hellenic Council ( j, 3 ) ; 
"Yackety Yack" Board; Minotaur; Gor- 
gon's Head ; «A ; *Ae, 

Benjamin Irvix Barber Carthage. N. C. 

Irvin Fredinand Parker Bradentown, F"la. 

John Hill Paylor Laurinburg, N. C. 

William Zadock Pexland Marshville. X. C. 

Xorman Ralph Pippin Fremont, X. C. 

Class Basket- Ball (i); Wayne County 
Club: Varsity Baseball (i, 2, 3): Manager 
Freshman Football (3); Atliletic Council 
(i) : German Club; IlK*. 






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James Davis Poag Greenville, S. C. 

Fresh Football; Di. Society; Glee Club 
( J. 3) ; President South Carolina Club (3) ; 
German Club: ATf!. 



JoHx William Gordon Powell Roxobel. X. C. 

German Club; Varsity Baseball (i, 2, 3), 
Captain (31; Assistant Manager Football 
(3); Pan-Hellenic Council; Assistant 
Leader German Club Dance { Fall ) ; Leader 
Junior Prom.; Commencement Ball Manager 
( 3 ) ; Gorgon's Head ; Coop ; Minotaur ; Z-f. 



William Enock Price Madison, N. C. 

Di. Society : North Carolina Club ; Latin- 
.\merican Club. 



Charles Svlvester Roddick Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Class Basket-Ball and Football; Class 
Secretary ( i ) ; Sub-.\ssistant ^lanager 
Track ( 2 ) ; German Club ; HKA. 



Theodore E. Ro.ndthalER Winston-Salem. X. C. 



Jennings Jefferson Rhyne Bessemer City, X^. C. 



Zee Harris Rush Ashboro, X. C. 

Di. Society ; Randolph County Club ; 
Lat'n-.\merican Club. 



Rel-pen Holmes Sawyer .^sheville, X. C. 

Class Football ; Varsity Basket-Bail Squad 
(2, 3); Buncombe County Club; President 
Carolina Goodyear Club : .Assistant in Gen- 
eral Chemistry ; German Club ; AX2. 



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John William Sexton Whitakers, N, C. 

Nash County Club; Xortli Carolina 
Club; Phi. Society. 

Bry.\n Weeb SipE Cherryville. N. C. 

Di. Society ; Gaston County Club. 

H.-KRRY Gillespie Smith Tarboro, X. C. 

Phi. Society ; Nash-Edgecombe County 
Club; German Club; "Carolina Chemist" 
Board; Assistant in Chemistry; AX2 ; SX, 

Sidney C.\rlton Smithson Creswell, N. C. 

WiLLi.^M Joseph Starr Creswell, N. C. 

William Fleming Stokes Stokes, N. C. 

Pitt County Club; North Carolina Club. 

Erasmus Hervy Evans Taylor.. ..Morganton, N. C 

Burke County Club ; German Club ; Coop ; 
Minotaur; ATQ. 

Frank Thoknber Thompson Asheville, N. C 

Buncombe County Club ; Business Manager 
of "Y.\CKETY Vack." Amphoterothen ; Di. 
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Joseph HarisKr Tuwi.fs Raleigh, X. C. 



Inux TmiM \s TuTTEN Yadkin CoUegtr, X. C. 



Lolls C.RAiiv Travis .'. Halifax, X. C. 



Marn'ix Lee Turner Shelby, X. C. 



llri.Tox GwAi.TNEv West. 



Greensboro. X. C. 



Guilford Connty Club: V. M. C. A. 
Cabinet : German Club. 



Ralph Devekei-x Williams High Point, X. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Di. Society, Secre- 
tary (-'), Vice-President (3): Guilford 
County Club : Greater Council : President 
Latin--\merican Club: Debating Council: 
Assistant Manager "Tarheel" ( 3 ) : Y.\ckety 
Yack Board: Aniphoterothen. 



Walter Harold Williamson Carthage, X. C. 



Leroy Burkheaii Willis Xewbern. X. C. 



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Orpheus Evaxs Wright Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Di. Society; Class Footliall (i, -' ) ; 
Manager Class Baseball (2) ; German Chili; 



Curtis LinvillE Vogler Winston- Salt-m, X. C. 



George Alexander Youxce Spencer, \. C. 

Di. Societv ; German Club; Varsity Base- 
ball 13). 



JoHX Bruce Yoklev Mount Airy, N. C. 



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C. M. HazF.i.hursT President 

S. R. NoRRis -...Vice-President 

N. G. Gooding Secretary-Treasurer 



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CLASS OF NINETEEN-NINETEEN 

N September of the year 191 5, aliout three hundred and fifteen boys 
registered as Freshmen at the University of Xorth CaroHiia, of an aver- 
age physical development, bright, and with one hope in mind, namely : that in 
nineteen-nineteen thev should receive, thru a sincere and determined effort, 
a diploma from the L'niversity that should be symbolic of a period of four years 
spent on ''The Hill" in a wholesome, diligent pursuit of knowledge; doing honor 
not onlv to the Class of Xineteen-Xineteen but to the University of Xorth 
Carolina. 

A year later, of this three hundred and fifteen boys, two hundred and two 
registered to begin the second year of the required four. 

By May, IQ17, due to the declaration of war by the United States upon 
Germany, many of our boys had gone into direct service for their country. 

In September, 191 7, only approximately one hundred and thirty of the 
Nineteen-Nineteen Class registered, .\mong these were several Co-Eds. 1 low- 
ever, owing to the draft law, and to that patriotic feeling that is especially 
peculiar to college men, we have now only between ninety and a hundred boys. 
At first, a feeling of regret takes possession of us, when we consider how few 
we are. This, howexer, is quickly displaced by one of extreme pride, when we 
realize that our missing ones are in the service of our country ; each and every 
one of whom is striving to do his duty in a heroic manner. 

Xineteen-nineteen gave to the football squad fourteen men in kjiO; four of 
whom — Bellamy, Currie, Grimes, and Johnson — played in the \'irginia game. 
We also furnished a good number of men for the basket-ball and baseball 
squads — Sheppard being captain of the former, and Powell in the latter. In our 
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Sophomore year both the class basket-lxill and footlxill championships. ISriefly. 
this is a sketch of our Class in athletics. 

Xol only has the Class done much in enabling Carolina to put out effective 
athletic teams, but it has g;i\ en many men to the Glee Club and the Dramatic Club, 
All the social organizations ha\e been supported by Xineteen-Nineteen men, in 
numliers. The Literary Societies in our first year receix'ed nearly eighty members. 
In fact, the Class of Xineteeii-Xincteen in the beginning had the material, and 
in all of the college acti\ities it has ])Ut the right furce in the right place. 

Under the leadership of Hazelhurst as President, and the financial manage- 
ment of Gooding, oiu" Class is doing well in the many and \aried duties that fall 
upon it. 

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OFFICERS 

C. P. Spruill. Jr President 

R. A. Spaugh Vice-President 

J. E. DoWD Secretary-Treasurer 

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William Henry Adams Durliam, N. C. 

Walter Mitchell Adams Statesville, N. C. 

Sidney Broaddus Allen Welcion. N. C. 

President Halifax -Warren County Club (2): Warrenton High School Club ( ., .•); 
Associate Editor "Yackety Yack;" Sub-Assistant Manager Varsity Baseball ( j ) ; 
German Club; Coop; KA- 

William Marion Allen Elkin, N. C. 

Di. Society. 

Miss Ola Andrews Chapel Hill. X. C. 

William Henry Andrews, Jr Speed, X. C. 

Phi. Society; Nash- Edgecombe County Club; Xorth Carolina Club; V. M. C. A. 
Cabinet. 

JosiAH Smith Babb Hertford, N. C. 

Edwin Charlton Balf.ntinE Salisbury, X^. C. 

Rowan County Club. 

Harry BarbEE _ Raleigh, X. C. 

German Club; Coop; Jlinotaur; KA. 

Samuel Coward Barwick Grifton, X, C. 

William Gwynx BinklEy Clemmons. N. C. 

Marcus Edwards Bizzell. Jr Goldsboro, X'. C. 

German Club: Coop; Minotaur; KIS. 





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Thomas Campbell Black Carthage, N. C. 

William Augustus Blount, Jr Washington, X. C. 

Captain Company "C ;" German Club; Coop; Minotaur; ^KE. 

Gorman Ephraim BonEv Wallace. X. C. 

Thomas Clayton Brewer Marshville. X. C. 

Henry CowlEs Bristol Statesville. X. C. 

Cerman Cluh ; Jli. Society; Class Football It); Class Haskel-IIall li); Ile^lell 
County e lull; i:X. 

Bryant Council Brown Gillett, X, C. 

Secretary Piedmont High School Club; Phi. Society; Soph-Junior Debate (21. 

Llj Heartt Bryant Durham, X'. C. 

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Augustus Rn'us Bullock - - Creedinore. X. C. 

Phi. Society; North Carolina Cluh; Freshman Int?i -Society Dchate HI. 

Edmund Justin Burhick - .\sheYille, X. C. 

Ministrel <i); Dramatic Club (il; Di. -Societv ; P.uncombe Countv Club; C.lee 

( Inl) i_'i; ■ Taihcef P.rai.l I _- ) ; .Managing Iv'itor -raihccr' U). 

Haroi.ii De.\n Burgiss Greenville, S. C. 

William Horace Butt Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Grimes ByErl\' Coolccniee, X. C. 

Benjamin Franklin Caieev High Point, X. C. 

Charles Clarence Carter Morganton, X. C. 

Leslie Edward Chapelt Camlor, X. C. 

M,\CK Lloyd Chappeli Edenton, X. C. 

COM.MODORE Cl..\RENCE ClIlNNIS ^ .PhoCllix, X. C. 

Ernest Walton Clark, Jr I Belhaven, X. C. 

Francis Mann Clarke. Jr Middleton, X. C. 

Benjamin Cone Greensboro, X. C. 

Joseph Lindsay Cook Winston- Salem. X. C. 

Edward Broad Cordon ,.., Waynesboro. Va. 

Freshman Baseball (i). 



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EnwARD Tracy Councili, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

John Stuart Cranmer Cliapcl Hill, N. C. 

Phi. Society; Cerman Clui. : AKE. 

George Dewev Crawford Cornelia, Ga. 

Di. Society. 

OusBY Reives Cunningham Apex, N. C. 

Phi. .Society; Winner Freshman Ueliater's Medal; Freshman Inter-Societv 
Dehate: Snh-Assistant Manager N'arsity Football; Wake County Club. 

Duncan Elbert Curry Pankton. N. C. 

George Robert Dail Kenansvillc, N. C. 

Donald Snead DaniEi. Wc]doii, N. C. 

Cerman Club; Phi. Society; Coop; IIalifa.x-Warren Club; Glee Club; KA 

Worth BaclEy Daniels Washington, D. C. 

AKE. 

RoEfOT Mayo Davis Tarboro, N. C. 

Xash- Edgecombe County Club; Phi. Society; Carolina-Goodyear Club. 

Waldamar Eros Debnam Snow Hill, N. C. 

Phi. Society. 

Robert Clyde Dorsette Siler City, N. C. 

Phi. Society. 

James Edwin Dowd Charlotte, N. C. 

Horner Club; Mecklenburg County Club; Sub-Assistant Varsity Basket-Bail; 
Sub-Assistant Varsity Football; "Tarheel" Staff; German Club; Glee Club; Secretary- 
Treasurer Sophomore Class; AKE- 

Plato Jefferson Elliott Lattiinore, N . C 

Joseph Wilson Ervin Morganton, N. C 

Houston SpEncEr Everett Rockingham, N. C. 

Di. Society; Rithmon.l County Club; German Club; OKA. 

William Kempel Falkner Warrenton, N. C. 

Vice-President Ilalifax-Warren County Club; German Club; Coop; ATfi. 




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Samuel Williams FerfbEE, Jr Newhern, X. C. 

Bruce Almond Fountain Tarboro, \. C. 

Allen Erwin Gant : Burlington, X. C. 

AT<>. 

Elliott Culver Grandin Tidioutc. Fa. 

Varsity Basket-Hall (i); Wearer of ■'N. C. ;" Track; Golf Team; loop; Cerman 
CUib; Minotaur; Secretary-Treasurer Southern Intercollegiate Golf Association: BOH- 

George Leic.hton Grantham Fairmont. X, C. 

Robert Bruce Gwvnn Leaks ville, X. C. 

Secretary Rockingham County Club tj); Intra-Collcge Debate (J>; Di. Society; 

KOBERT XoRMAN HardEn Commerce, Ga. 

^AE- 

William IUrrus Harrell Moyock, X. C. 

Charles Rorert Harris Arden. N. C. 

Leo Hkartt Harvey Kinston. X. C. 

German Club; Coop: Minotaur; KZ. 

Valentine Broapwav Henesee Glen Alpine, X. C. 

Robert Fatrick Henrv - Winston-Salem. X^ C. 

Kreshman P.aseball Team; Sub-Assistant Manager Team; Forsvth Countv Club: 
"Chemical Journal" Club; AKE. 

Michael Arendell Hill. Jr Beaufort, X^ C. 

Phi. Society, Carteret County Club ([>, Secretary (_•). 

Benjamin Ivev Hoefner Salisbury, N. C. 

Di. Society; Rowan County Club. 

Robert Russell Horner Fayetteville, X. C. 

IlKA. 

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WiLLARD PayTon Hudson Sparta. 

Hi. Society; Ashe-Alleghany Countv Club; Representative on North Carolina 
( hih. 

Artie Glenn Holt Burlington. 

ViccPrcs.dent Alamance County Club; German Club; IlKA- 

FiTZHvr.H Lke Hcri.Ev Grassy Creek. 

Di. Society; Winner Freshman llclialc; Sophoniore-Tunior Debate ( -■ > ; 
W M. C. .\. Cabinet (_•) ; North Carolina Club; A. W. A. Club. President; Rcprc- 
seutalive on Xorth Carolina Club. 

Joseph Thomas Ipock Xevvbern. 

Damet. Wesley IsEar Wilson. 

Claudius Leox Ives .Grifton, 

JoHX McKee Jamiso.v - Cliarlotle. 

Law REXCE Wooten Jar.ma.v Seven Springs. 

V\aync County (luli; Phi. Society. 

.ARTHUR Taylor Johnson Raleigh, 

Verne Ernest Johnson .\slieville. 

Ralph Lynwooii Joh.nsto.n Salisimry. 

Ror.ERT DuVal Jones. Jr Xewoeni. 

Cerman CInb; Coop: KiS. 

Roy Patton Jord.xn \slievillc. 

Claude Reup.En JoynER Yadkin ville. 

Pi. Society; Freshman Haseball. 

James Meredith Ketch ie Salislirry. 

Curry McDonald King Mount Olive. 

George Watts King Cliarlotie, 

Mecklenluru County Club; Horner Club; German Club; SX- 

Thomas Skinner Kittrell Henderson. 

Sanford Martain Lee '. Xevvton Grove. 

Rui-us Theodore Lenoir _ Yadkin Valley. 



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William Figures Lewis Kinston, N. C. 

William Leonard Lindsay Chapel Hill, N. C. 

IcHABOD Mayo Little RobersonviHe. N. C. 

r.erman Club; Freshman Football: Fresbman Baseball; 4.^0. 

Francis Julius Liipfert. Tr Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Freshman liaseball Team; Sub-Assistant Manager Track Team; Forsvtb County 
Club; AK.E- 

Percy Phillips Lynch Raleigh, N. C. 

Aubrey Guirkin McCabe Elizabeth City, N. C. 

RoscoE GoREA McDonald INIonnt Olive, N. C. 

Arthur TalmagE McIntosh Roherdel, N. C. 

Julian McIvER Sanford, N. C. 

German Club; Coop; Bingham Club. 

John Brown McLaughlin, Jr Charlotte, N. C. 

Louis DE RossET McMillan Wilmington, N. C. 

ATQ. 

James Luther McNairy Greensboro, N. C. 

C.uilford County Club; Class Football (ll. 

Clem Markham Durliam, N. C. 

Allen Morris Martin , Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Glee Club (i, 2); Forsyth County Club; (ierman Club; Track Squad ( i, .-l ; 

Ben. 

Hunter E. Martin Elizaliethtown, N. C. 

Paul Martin Salisbury, N. C. 

Di. Society ; Rowan County Club. 
Charles DaswEll MassEy Princeton, N. C. 

Phi. Society; Johnston County Club. 

Lawrence Arnold Matthews East Bend, N. C. 

Ernest James Mecum Walkertown, N. C. 

William Edward Merritt, Jr Monnt Airy, N. C. 

Surry County Club. 



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Richard Leinster Mitchell Statesville, N. C. 

German L.iil.. 

Nathan Moblev Charlotte. N. C. 

V. M. C. A. Cabinet: Hi. -Society; Mecklenburg County t lub ; IIK*. 

Oliver Earle Moore Bennettsville, S. C. 

Ezra Vernon Moss Cherryville. X. C. 

William Webb Neal Louisbiirg, N. C. 

Dramatic Club (i. 2); German Club; ^S0- 
Sam uEl Stuart Neel ■ - Mooresville, N. C. 

Ire.lell County I lub. 

William James Nichols Gorman. N. C. 

William Blount Norment Trinity, N. C. 

John Ernest Norris Holly Hill, N. C. 

Phi. .Society; Wake County Club; North Carolina Club. 

Herbert King Odom St. Pauls, N. C. 

Ralph Bei.o Ogburn Winston-Salem. N. C. 

German Club; Coop; KA. 

Thomas LillEy Pace Oxford. N. C. 

Phi. Society; Glee Club (1. 2); German Club; IIKA. 

WiLLiA M Rogers Patton Mebane, N. C. 

Di. Society; .Mamance County Club. 

Franklix Lumber Payne Raleigh, N. C. 

James Roy Pearson Apex. N. C. 

Albert Jennings Pemberton Fayetteville, N. C. 

ATQ. 
James Jerome Pence Rockingham. N. C. 

i)i. Society; Richmoiul t ounty Club; .Minstrel .Association: German Chih. 

Sidney Curtis Perry Durham, N. C. 

Charles Wiley Phillips Trinity. X. C. 

Di. Society; President Freshman Debating Society; President Randolph County 
Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 




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Robert Fletcher Phillips Raleigh. X. C. 

Phi. Society: Inter-Society JJebate (i); V. .\1. C. A. Cabinet ( -■ ) ; Wake Cuuntv 
Club; Siili-.\ssistant Manager IJaseball Team (_>); C.erman Club; 2X. 

Kenneth Lewis Pin nix Greensboro. X. C. 

J. C,\RLTON PlTTM.\N Gates. X'. C. 

riii. .-^cciety : c;ates County Club. 

Will Xklsox Poinhexter, Tr Walkenown. X. C. 

(.ern.an Club; I-oi^yth County t lub : ATU. 

J.\MEs Lewis Poston Statesville, X. C. 

hi. .Society; Iredell Covmty Club. 

Johnnie Albert Pritchett Rawliiigs, ^. C. 

John Gilli.v.m PriicT(ir Laurinburg, X. C. 

I'hi. Sncietv; President Robeson County Club; Cerman Club; Freshman Baskel- 
liall; Dramatic .\ssociation ; ^KE. 

RoBFUT WiLLi.xM Pi-LLi.\M Boone, X. C. 

\n. Sucielv; Freshman Debate; North Carolina Club; Executiye Council (2): 
A. VV. A. Club'. 

Cl-wde Clinton R.\ms.\y Salisbury, X'^. C. 

German v ,ub ; ^KE. 

S.AMUEL Hunter Re.ams Durham, X. C. 

llerman Hub; Durham County Club; Xorlh Carolina Club; Sulj-.^ssisianc 
.Manager Track; ^X. 

Harvev C-M.uwEll Renegar Harmony, X. C. 

Di. Society; Iredell County Club: Xorth Carolina Club; Carolina-Akron Club; 
l.atiu-.\merican Club. 

Charles Baxter Ridge High Point, X. C. 

Cnilfurd County Club. 

George Branson Robbins Jamestown, X^ C. 

Edwin ^L^son Robektsdn Woodsdale, X'. C. 

David Jennings Rose Bentonville, X. C. 



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Robert Alexander Ross Morganton, X. C. 

Ilurkf (-..iinty Hull, Vice-President ( i >. President (J); Cerinan Club; ATO. 

Bennett Watson Roberts Gatesville, X. C. 

Phi. Society ; Gates County Clul). 

Edwin Reid RcssEll Asheville, X. C. 

William Allen Royall Goldsboro. X. C. 

C.ennan Cluh : Wavne County Club, President (2): Sub- Assistant Manager 
Varsity Basket-Bali ; Assistant Manager Dramatic Club, Cast (2) ; "Yackety Yack" 
Board (2); \arsity Track Team (1, 2): 2AE. 

HalliE Christine Seawell St- Pauls, X. C. 

RossiE SteElman Shore Yailkinville, X. C. 

David Dixon Si.oan Garland, X. C. 

Leslie Eugene Slupf.r Leicester, X. C. 

Albert Lewis Smith Concord, X. C. 

Chemical Engineering Club. 

Randall Collins Smith Riverdale, X. C. 

Plii. Society ; Craven County Club. 

William Franklin Snider, Jr Greensboro, X. C. 

Cerman Club; Rowan County Club: <l>Ae. 

Rov HoBART Souther Greensboro, X. C. 

George Cornelius Southerland, Jr Goldsljoro, X. C. 

Joseph Felix Spainhour, Jr Morganton, N. C. 

l)i. Society; Burke County Club. 

RuFus Arthur Spaugh Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Korsvth Connlv Club; \ice- President Class (il; Greater Council I -• I : German 
Club; Coop; Glee Club (i. 2): V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Di. Society; First- Year 

i-ootbaii ID; Ben. 
Earl Montgomery Spencer Morganton, X. C. 

Corvdon Perry Spruili Raleigb, X. C. 

First- Year Football (i); Phi. Society; Class President U); IlKl*. 




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Fletcher Humphries Spry Maple, N. C. 

WiEi.iAM Thomas Stem Darlington, N. C. 

Herman Club < -• 1 : Soulh Carolina Chib. 

Henry Davio Stevens Asheville, N. C. 

Associate Editor "Yackety Yack:" Vice-President Buncombe County Club: 
^'. M. C. A. Cabinet; liernian t lub ; ^KE. 

M ARVi N Lek Stone Kittrell, N. C. 

Vance Everett Swu-'t : Altamalia, N. C. 

Joshua Tavi.oE Washington, N. C. 

Freslmian Football; Secretary-Treasurer Class (i); German Club: Coop; I'X. 

Haywood Maurice Taylor Tarboro, N. C. 

Nash- Edgecombe County Club (i, _' ) ; Dramatic Club; Associate Editor "Carolina 
t liemist" (-■). 

Nelson Wh iteoru Taylor Beaufort, N. C. 

Harvey Stansill Terry Rockingham, N. C. 

Hi. Society, Censor Ij): Richmond County Club. 

William Berry Thompson Goldsboro, N. C. 

(icrmau Club; (ilee Club ([1; KZ 

James Frank Tilson, Jr Marshall, N. C. 

Charles French Toms. Jr AsheYi'lle, N. C. 

Cerman tluli; I'.uncombe County Club; <j>Ae. 

Daniel DewEy Topping Pantego, N. C. 

John Thomas Totten Yadkin College, N. C. 

Calvert Rogers Toy Chapel Hill, N. C. 

German Club; V. M. C. A. Cabinet; "Tarheer' Hoard; "Yackety Yack" Board; 

Augustus Zollicoeeer Travis Weldon, N. C. 

AKE. 

Richard Stanford Travis, Jr Weldon, N. C. 

C.ermau Club: (ilee ( lub : Coop; Warren-Halifax County Club; KA- 



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Ear^ Run van Tvi.kr Keyelsville, Va. 

Luther WilEv Umstead Stem, N. C. 

Phi. Society. 

Cart, Hampton Walker Coin jock, N. C. 

Kester Lo\ve,i.i, Walton Biltmore, N. C. 

John Pipkin WashhurnE Lillingtoii, N. C. 

Alexander Sincl.mr White Marion. X. C. 

Treasurer .McDowell County Club (i). 

EuwiN Emerson White Reistertown, Md. 

Phi. Society ; German Club; Dramatic Club; Sub-Assistant Varsity Baseball; 
2AE. 

John Woodford White _ Statesville, N. C. 

Edward Morris Whitehead Salisl)nry, N. C. 

AKE. 

Brain ARD Svdnor Whiting Raleigh, X. C. 

"Tarheel" Board; Sub- Assistant Manager Basket-Ball {_>); First-Year Football 
Team (i I ; i:X. 

Samuel Willis High Point, N. C. 

Di. Society; Guilford County Club; North Carolina Club; Inter-Society Fresh- 
man Debate. 

Ralph Harper Wilson Wilson's Mills, N. C. 

Phi. Society; Secretary Johnston County Club. 

Thomas Clavton Wolf Asheville, N. C. 

Orpheus Evans Wright Winston-Salem, N. C. 

<i>Ae. 

Calvi n Robert Yei.verton Fremont. N. C. 

John Bruce Yokfiv Mount Airy, N. C. 

Alexander Craighead Young Charlotte. N. C. 

Mecklenburg County Club ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY 



\-&:.\ I'.rTEMBER, igib. witnessed the debut of one of the largest throngs of 
k^^ Freshmen in the history of the L'niversity. Xo doubt Hinton James, the 
first student, and President Caldwell, the first President of the L'niversity, 
never dreamed that such a conglomeration of Fresh knowledge would ever adorn 
"The Hill" at one time. Some of this throng were wise; but the majority were 
Fresh, as usual. 

Having successfully passed the examination on the Catalogue, and having con- 
vinced the bursar of our reliability, we proceeded to convince the Seniors and 
Faculty of our ability. Next, we proceeded to organize our forces, and to try 
to ward off the jealousy of the Sophomores. In a stormy session, closely 
resembling Cromwell's Rump Parliament, we chose F. B. Harty to guide our 
Class thru the year, and J. Tayloe to record our virtues, and keep what the Bursar 
failed to get when we registered. Piloted by such leaders, our Class soon became 
accustomed to the Spirit of the l'niversity, and especially did it rapidly forge 
to the front in the various phases of college life. 

Nineteen-si.xteen and 'seventeen being the first year of the "one-year rule," 
our Classmen were ineligible for the \ arsity football and baseball teams, but 
we centered our interest in our Class teams, and all of them contributed to 
the glory of the L'niversity. and especially to the glory of Xineteen-Twenty. The 
examinations revealed to us that we had a large number of Phi Beta Kappa 
candidates. Also, the Literarv Societies discovered that we had several men that 
showed interest in debating. ( )ur obstacles, composed chiefly of Sophomores, 
snowballs, and Math, problems, began to vanish by the first of June, and we 
realized that the time was not far away when we would have the jjleasure of 
welcoming Nineteen-Twenty-One. 

This vear, we have assembled under very different circumstances from those 
uiuk-r wliich we assembled last year. Many of our classmates enlisted during 
the summer in some branch of the Covernment service, and many others have 
gone into the service since September. Those of us that ha\e not been drafted 
are preparing to ser\e our country in some capacity, when we are called. As a 
Class, we are mindful of President Wilson's utterance, on April 15, 1917, when 



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he said: "The supreme test of the Nation has come, we must all sjjeak, act, anil 
serve together." 

A gloom of sorrow was cast o\er us, when our classmate, Julian Mcher, 
died, January 30, iyi8. Our tribute to him can be expressed in the words of 
Dean Stacy: "He died in preparation for the defense of his country — a death 
as noble in spirit as a death on the battlefield." 

As to the accomplishments of our Class, we can say that the work has 
been fully up to the L'ni\-ersity standard. The great majority of the members 
of our Class, and the other Classes, are taking Military Science. With President 
Spruill and Secretary Dowd at the helm, our Class continues its good record. 

W hat our future will be, is uncertain : but if Captain Allen's prediction comes 
true, we are destined to oppose the Kaiser's forces, in either France or (/'lermany, 

in the near future. After that, ?? 

— Historian 



Ju iHFUiDriam 


JULIAN MCIVER 


CLASS 1920 


BORN December 17. 1899 


Died January 30, 1918 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



OFFICERS 

A. M. Scales, Jr : '....President 

L. R. Lnwiv '. J'ice-Prcsidciit 

P.. A. Sims Secrclnry-Trcasurcr 

J. D. Shaw , " ..RcfrcsoiiiiliTc oji Greater Council 

ROLL 

Abw.!,, EinvARP Stanley, Jr Arts Smitlifielil 

Abernathy, Charles Laba.v, Jr , Arts , Newbeni 

Abernathy, John Turner Arts Chapel Hill 

Abernathy, Oscar Marvin Arts Monroe 

Alexander, Maxie Miller Arts f. Creswell 

Allen, William Harian __ Arts Elkin 

Arbogast, John CliFForh Arts Aslieville 

ArmeiElii, Britt Millis Arts - Aslibnro 

Arrasmith, Thomas Milto. Jr Science Hillsboro 

AsHHY, Clarence Linden Garneli Arts; Raleigh 

Austin, Sheldon Clyde Science Mew London 

Aycock, Leland Le Claire Science Fremont 

Baker, John EarlE .Arts Nashville 

BanzETT, JuliFiN Edmund Arts Ridgeway 

Bason, William Jennings Arts Swcpsonsville 

Mass, Nathan Roscoe Arts Liicania 

Bate man, William Wiley : Arts ...Creswell 

Battle, Fred Gordon Science Newbern 

Beasley, Elliott Laney Science ■•. Jacksonville. Fla. 

Beers, Charles Dale Science Asheville 

Hencini, Rich man Banks Science High Point 

Berkyhill. Walter Reece Arts Charlotte 

BiCKETT, William Yarborough Science Raleigh 

BiddlE, Roy McCallie Science Greensboro 

Blair, Clarence Dorian Arts Greensboro 

Blount, Samuel Masters Arts Washington 

Blythe. William LeGette Arts Hnntersvillc 

Bobbitt, William Haywood Arts Statesville 

Bonner, John ILwens Arts Newbern 

Bowles, John Franklin, Jr Science Statesville 





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BoYCEj HE^fRY Spurgeon Science Tyner 

Boyd, Charles Theodore Arts Gastonia 

Broach, Jamie Bunnell Science Hurdele Mills 

Brooks, Frederick Philips Science Kinston 

Brown, Charles LeE Arts Burns ville 

Browne, Joseph Malcolm Arts Kelford 

BuECK, HiERONYMUs Arts East Spencer 

Bunting, John Burton.. Arts Bethel 

Campbell, Walter Lee Science Norwood 

Carawan. Leland Thompson Arts Lowland 

CarmichaEl, William Donald, Jr Arts Durham 

Carpenter, OlliE LeE Arts Morris ville 

Carter. Henry Clay Science Washington 

Cash ATT, Cyrus Everett Arts Jamestown 

Cobb, Mary Louisa Arts Chapel Hill 

Cochrane, Frederick Cline Arts Charlotte 

. Cochran, Homer Jones Arts Martin's Mill 

Coffey, Carl Sylvester Science North Wilkeshoro 

Coggshall, Marion LidE Arts Darlington, S. C. 

Coker, Richard Gay Arts Hartsville, S. C. 

Cook, AlE.xander Eugene Science Fayetteville 

Cooper, C^rl Mann Arts Nashville 

Cooper, Dalton Arts Albemarle 

Cooper, Henry BurwEll Arts Henderson 

Cooper, Lee Martin Science Washington 

Costner, Walter Vance^ Arts : Lincolnton 

Covington, Gilbert Worth Arts Linden 

Covington, Martin Luther Arts Gibson 

Cowan, John Columbus, Jr Arts Rutherfordton 

CrallE, Fountains Maury Science - Louisburg 

Cross, James Parker Science Gates ville 

Cum MINGS, .\mos J Science Winston- Salem 

Dail, Rodolph DuEFiE Science Kenansville 

Daniel, Julian Edwin Arts Henderson 

Deitz, Robert Odus, Jr Science Statesville 

DeLamar, Guy Churchill .....Arts Beaufort 

Duncan, David Dudley Arts Beaufort 

DupREE, Benjamin Owens Arts Plymouth 

Durham, Frank Horton Arts Carrboro 

Durham, Plato Science Gastonia 

DuVal, Joseph KamEs Science Pollocksville 

Edmundson, Haywood Arts Raleigh 



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EnwARPs, Clayton Franklin. Jr Science Sparta 

Ervin. Hugh Tate Science Morganton 

Ervin, Charles Columbus Arts Waco 

Ervvin, Jesse Harper, Jr Arts West Durham 

EuRE, Trad Armie, Jr Arts Eure 

Evans, Atha West Science Dover 

Evans, Erasmus HervEy Arts Lauriiiburg 

Farmer. Joseph Ashby Arts Clayton 

Fearrington, James Cornelius Pass Arts ....Winston- Salem 

Fields, DanjEl Allen Arts Laurinburg 

Fields, Leanord Earl Science Kinston 

FonTE, Willi a. \i FeimsTER Science Statesville 

Forxev. Onis Gray Arts Greensboro 

Fountain. Benjamin Eagles Arts Tarboro 

Fowler. Ch.\rlEs Worth Arts Greensboro 

Fra.n"cis. William Roy- Arts Waynesvillc 

Fry, Robert Fearrington Arts Winston-Saleni 

Fulton, Howard Edward Arts Winston-Salem 

Funderburk. Charles Bevan Science Lancaster, S. C. 

Gardner, Wade A Arts Wilson 

G.'VRRETT. Charles Br.\y Arts Maiden 

Gibson. Edward Hiram, Jr Arts Kernersville 

Glenn, Claude Thomas Arts Elkin 

Grant, Daniel LindsEY' Arts Sneads Ferry 

Grant, Horace Wenton Science Sneads Ferry 

Gregory. Lee Overman Arts Salisbury 

Grieiin. Arthur Gwynn Arts Marsh ville 

Grimsley. DtLus Harper _.. Arts Hookertoii 

Gko\'Es. Willie Clay Arts Loray 

Guard, John Worth Science Coinjock 

Hagood. William Ward .''irts Charlotte 

Hall, Gordon Cozart Science Portsmouth, Va. 

Ham BRIGHT, Frank Bernard .A.rts Grover 

Han kins, John James Arts Winston-Salem 

Harden. Boyd .\rts Graham 

Hargett, John McKenzie .\rts Trenton 

Harper, Frank j\L\rion. Jr Arts Raleigh 

Harris. Edwin Worth Arts Elkin 

Harris, Joseph Carnegie Arts C'eveland 

Harris, Willard Watts Arts Henderson 

Hawkins. Dallas Arrington Science Thomasville 





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Hayes, James William, Jr Science Elm City 

Hayes, Nathaniel Perkinson Arts Wise 

HeddEn. George Caylor _ Science Pisgah Forest 

Heffner, Hubert CrousE. Arts Maiden 

Heffner, Ray Lorenzo Arts Maiden 

Hendricks, Joseph H. Arts Greensboro 

Hester, Waverly Mauldin Arts Tryon 

Hicks. Jasper Benjamin Arts Henderson 

Hill, Theodore David ^ Arts Lexington 

Hi N SON, ThERA Earl Science Monroe 

Hofler. Ralph Hayes Science Gatesville 

HoLBROOK, Ernest Jackson Arts Huntersville 

Holland, NoEll AtwEll Arts Winston-Salem 

Holt, Edwin Michael Arts Duke 

Hooker, Edgar Frank Science Kinston 

Horner, Junius Moore, Jr Arts Asheville 

HoylE, Geddys Dixon Arts Fallston 

Hudson, Oliver Wendell Science Durham 

Ingram, Odie Dewitt Arts High Point 

Ives, Charles Luther, Jr Science Newbern 

Jacobs, Marion Lee Arts Morrisville 

James JessE Dwight Arts Marsh ville 

James, Larray Moore Arts Greenville 

jERNiGAN, Mack Murphy Arts Dunn 

Johnson, Henry Lee Science : Burgaw 

Johnson. William Busen Arts Lillington 

Johnson, Rufus Manfred, Jr Arts Gastonia 

Jolly, TommiE Edward Science Battlehoro 

Jones, Hines Arthur Arts Greensboro 

Jones, William Shipp , Arts Richmond, Va. 

KennEy, Augustus SummErfiEld Merriman Arts Salisbury 

Kerr, Joh n HosEa, Jr _ Arts Warrenton 

Kincaid, Haywood Gordon Arts Gastonia 

KistlEr, Charles Edmund Arts Morganton 

Landon, Henry Clayton, Jr Science North Wilkesboro 

Lazenby, Robert Paul Arts Statesville 

Leak, William Clay, Jh Arts Rockingham 

Leary, James Woodard Science Edenton 

Leonard, Colvin Theodore Arts Greensboro 

Lewis, Augustus Marion Arts Statesville 

LiNEBERGER, Archibald Caleb Arts Belmont 



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LoFTiN, Milton Science Trenton 

LoHR, BuRGiN Edison Arts Lincolnton 

Long, Ira Gillespie Arts Derita 

Love, James Wilbert Science Raleigh 

Lowe, Frank Robbins Arts Winston-Salem 

LuPFFsT, Benjamin BailEy Arts Winston-Salem 

McAuLAY. EuRiD Reid Arts Huntersville 

McKenziE, Alexander Lewis Arts Chadbourn 

McKiMMON, Hugh Arts Raleigh 

McKnight, Thomas M Arts Mooresville 

McManus. Tyre Olin Arts Monroe 

MacNair. Walter Scott Arts Maxton 

AL^NEss, Archibald Kelly Science Biscoe 

Manning, George Dewey Science Bethel 

Martin, Elbert Hoke _ Arts Charlotte 

MassEnburG, JamEs Speed Arts Louisburg 

MasTin, Edward Olin, Jr Arts North Wilkesboro 

Miller, Claude Elwood Science _ Albemarle 

Milton, Leon Vincent Science Greensboro 

Miner, Allen Alexander Science Goldsboro 

Monroe, Clement Rosenburg Science Biscoe 

Moody, Ralph Manning Arts Murphy 

MoorE, Frederick Arts Webster 

Morris, John D Science Roxboro 

Morrison, Paul Thomas Science Wilkesboro 

Xaiman, Baenette,. Science Kinston 

Nelson, Louis IVL'Knn Science Florence, S. C. 

Newton, Thomas Frank Arts Morganton 

Nimocks, Henry Selby Science Fayctteville 

Noble, Marcus Cicero Stephens, Jr Arts Chapel Hill 

NoE, Kenneth Barnes Arts Beaufort 

O'Neal, Harry Edward Arts Scranton 

Ogbvrn, Si HON Cicero, Jr Science Winston- Salem 

Orr, Joseph Lee. Science Matthews 

Owens, Adolphus Bingham Science Charlotte 

Owens, Willis Harrell Arts Edenton 

Parker, Henry Hudson Science Hobbsville 

Parks, Claude Maynard Arts Elkin 

Parks, Laurie Alexander Arts Lenoir 

Patterson, Howard Alexander Arts Chapel Hill 

Patterson, Millard Hatcher Arts Mount Airy 





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Pegram, George Clayton Arts Canton 

Pell, Allison Hodges Arts Richmond, Va. 

Pennev. James Theophilus Arts Charlotte 

Penney, Lloyd Grant Science Elkin 

Perkins, George Olney Arts Scottville 

Person. Joseph Arrington Arts Charlotte 

PicKARi), Nell Abbie Patterson Arts Chapel Hill 

Pike, Clarence Gurney' Arts Fremont 

Pollock, Philip Basil Arts Trenton 

Porter. Garland Burns Arts Kernersville 

Powell, Charles Percy Arts Winston- Salem 

PkEssi.y. William Apams. Jr Science Rock Hill, S. C. 

PuRRiNGTON. Ali'REu LuthER. Jr Arts Scotland Neck 

Ran SON. Paul Jones Arts Hunters ville 

RfglEr. Frank V^ernon Science Charlotte 

RoBBiNS. Jesse Manly Science. Ashboro 

Roberso.v. Israel Foy Arts Belew Creek 

RonrjiTs, Bryan NazER Arts Hillsboro 

RoL'RK, William Asbury, Jr Science Wilmington 

Ri-FFiN, Robert Gray Arts Rocky Mount 

RuFFiN. William Haywood, Jr Science Louisburg 

Sasser. Kirby' Cleveland Science Kenly 

SatterfiEld, GrEv Arts Mount Airy 

Salnders. William P. T Arts Morganton 

Scales. Alfred Moore. Jr Science Greensboro 

Scarborough, Dawso.m Emerson Arts - Hoffman 

ScHiFPMAN, Arnold Arts Greensboro 

Scott, Ken neth McCoy Arts Charlotte 

Shamburger. Madison Elsa Arts Biscoe 

Shaw, John Duncan Arts Laurinburg 

Shaw, William Tolman Arts Cary 

Shine. Wf.slEy Hill Arts Calypso 

Shore. George Dewey' Arts Yadkin ville 

Sim MS, Benjamin Arnold Science Talladega. Ala. 

Sinclair. Daniel Guy Science Rowland 

Sm.\thers. VinsEnT LeRoy Arts Waynesville 

Smith, Charles Henry Science Reidsville 

Smith, Philip Carver Science Capron, Va. 

Smith. Robert Owen Arts Liberty 

Smith. Roefkt Edwin Science Mount Airy 

S.MOOT, William Brittingham Science Salisbury 



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Spain-hour, Joseph Felix Arts Morganton 

Stack, Amos MorEHEad Arts Monroe 

Stancil. John McQueen Arts Rockingham 

Stevens, Elliott Walker Science Warsaw 

Stevenson, Samuel Whitefielii Arts Mooresville 

Stimpson, Robert Tula Arts Siloam 

Stone, ^[^I.ARn Benton Arts Kittrell 

Stout. Wimur White \rts Burlington 

Stover, Mary Louise Arts Wilmington 

Suggs, Marvin Saneord Arts San ford 

Sylvester. Leon Ward : Arts Ricblands 

Taylor, George Edward Arts Beaufort 

Taylor, Joseph White Science Oxford 

T AM.oK, Tyre Crumpler Arts Glade Valley 

Th lEs, Karl Ernest .A-rts Charlotte 

Thomas, Cyrus Berkeley Arts Jonesboro 

Thompson, Jame,s William Arts Southport 

TiLSON, Winfreii Ervvin Arts Marshall 

Tom LIN. Perry Clarke Arts Asheville 

Tucker, Joseph Cranberry Arts Plymouth 

TuRNBULL, Francis Waldo Science Asheville 

Van Noppen, Don.\ld Arts Greensboro 

Vestal, Isaac Gordon : Arts Rocky Mount 

Von Cannon. Ch.\rles Herman. Jr Arts Spencer 

Ward, Wallace Fitzgerald Arts Lake Junaluska 

Ware, Reuben Ring Science Reidsville 

Warren, Vergil Leroy Science Prospect Hill 

Welch . Oscar Blaine Arts Charlotte 

Wellons, William Bryant Arts SmithfieUl 

WhitakER, LilliE Dell Arts Carrboro 

WiLKiNS, Alger Bright Arts Linden 

Williams, Charles Augustus Arts Charlotte 

Wn.soN. Thomas James, Jr Arts Chapel Hill 

Winstead. Orrin Jasper Arts Elm City 

Wo MACK. Xathan Anthony bcience Reidsville 

WooDAi.L, William Ryall Arts Smithfield 

WooTEN, Arthur Leroy Science Fountain 

Worthington, Samuel Otis Arts Winterville 

Wright, Alan Brantley' Science Winston-Salem 

YelvErton, Ben Olds Science Fremont 

YouncE, Jesse Edward Science Spencer 




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SENIOR LAW CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Harold D. Cooley President 

E. B. Denny riee-Presideiit 

E. L. Travis Secretary and Treasurer 

Haroi.ii D. CoolEY Refreseiitalk'e on Greater Ci'niieil 

Marion B. Fo\vi,er Refresentative on Student Coiiueil 

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MOOT COVRT 

FALL TERM 

IL D. Cooi.Ev, E. B. Denny Moot Court Coiiniiittee 

Sn-NCKR T. Thorne Clerk 

W. \V. Canhler Sheriff 



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Klvin Luv Bumgakxek 
Hickory, N. C. 

Age, 22; Height, 5 feet 10 inclies 
Weight, 175 

Secret;irv-Treasnrer Catawba-Lin^-oln^ 
County Ciuh: Y. -M. C. A.; Shflififf 
Moot Court. I/' 




Will W. Caxuler 



j/'l \ c^-*^ Candler, N. C. 



|Asge^26; Height, 5 feet 10 inches 



He will win out, "as of course." 
Bum has an opinion on everything, from 
"Domestic Relations" to the "Home- 
stead Exemption." He does more 
thinking than studying. He's a Repub- 
lican, from "bonnet to boot-heel," and 
keeps us all at our wit's end to refute 
his argument without introducing 
"extrinsic evidence." Bum is from 
Hickory, and we all feel that he will 
make that stout old tree more sound 
by his appearance there in its legal 
branch. 



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He's a "regular fellow." Coming 
from a stock of western X'orth Caro- 
lina lawyers, he has the legal mind ah 
initio. He's the kind of fellow that 
will fight the legal battle to the finish ; 
and that is not all — he's determined to 
help Uncle Sam win the war for free- 
dom, for he has already joined the 
Aviation Corps. He'll be stirring up 
litigation with the Kaiser in a short 
time. C.\NL)LER is one of our strongest 
props, and we are counting on him. 



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20; Height, ; 

Weight. ,-,/ j^f. 

President Senior Lawf vlass ; P\_ 
(lent Nash-Edgecombe Cotinty dlu 
Assistant Alanager Dramatic Chib (3I, 
Manager (4) ; Member Dramatic Chili 
Cast:' Glee Club: German C'lili; Class 
Baseball: Y. :\I. C. A.: Banquet: 
Smoker: >J. C. O. Club: Greater Coun- 
cil: MA*; <t>Ae. 



feet 10 inches 



C. A.: 
President ( i ) 
; Class Orator. 



Rowan 
Vice- 






The best-looking man in the Class, by 
actual vote. He represents the Law 
School at the University in all social 
affairs; and we all like him. He's our 
President; and we are proud- of it. 
CooLEV is good gubernatorial timber. 
Watch the future Governors of North 
Carolina. He's a born lawyer: so he 
can't help from being a live lawyer. 
Take notice, ye clients. 



.\ profound student of the law: 
rattles off the "Rule in Shelly's Case" 
and the "Canons and Descent" about 
as easy as we say "Now I lay me down 
to sleep." There's no allegata without 
probata with him. The more intricate 
the problem, the brighter that legal 
brow of his shines forth complete 
elucidation. When he comes back from 
France, Nortli Carolina will again be 
blessed. 




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jNIahiox BuTi.Kk Kuwi.EK 
Hillsboro, N. C. 

Age, 21 ; Height. 5 feet 9 inches 
Weight, 150 

Durham County Chib, President [2): 
Ass'stant Manager "Tarheel" (3), 
Advertising Alanager {4): V. M C. A„ 
Cliairnian Educational Department (4), 
Secretary (4): Class Treasurer (2); 
Treasurer Xorth Carolina Club (21; 
Contriliuting Editor "University Maga- 
zine" (4) ; Student Council (5"). 



IMES Sl'l'.ARS lloWKUI, 

Asheville, X. C. 



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3), Manager (2) 

Secretary "Rtmcomhe County Club (2) 
Capta'n Drum Corps (2); Band (2). 



Fowr.ER is one of the serious minded 
in our Class. If there is any point in 
"Domestic Relations" that you are in 
doubt about, ask him : he'll help you. 
His life has been the quiet, everyday life 
of a good man, a good student, and a 
good citizen. He loves the study of 
law, and will, we all believe, soon be 
an authority on the rights of a "femme 
coverte." 



The most "enterprising" lawyer that 
ever came our way, is Ji.viMiE. There's 
no end to that fellow. He can plead a 
case : act as Judge ; sell boots, or any- 
thing else : train a drum corps : type- 
write, and teach shorthand : and yodle 
like a mocking-bird. Jim.mie is living 
now for Uncle Sam in the Quarter- 
master's Corps. Xo matter where, he 
is busy. The Judge will never tell him, 
"You slept on your rights." 



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Wiij.iAM Ei.i.is Thiimas, Ji. 
Rockingham, N. C. 



President Riclimond County Qlui 
Dramatic Club ; North Carolina Clk 




That boy's bright. He knows folks, 
especially "judges" and "ladies." He 
knows law, too. He told Judge Allen 
so. last January ; and "sho nuff" he 
did. T.WGLE has that kind of argument 
that the jury can't get around; and if 
wc get woman suffrage, the juryladies 
will simply fall for him. You just can't 
help from liking Tangle — he's so darn 
appealing. 



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He's in the swim. The legal waters 
around Rocky Alount are already feel- 
ing the mighty stroke of Theophilus. 
"T" was a great friend of ours at Chapel 
Hill. He's an ardent advocate of all the 
good in law books, and says he is out 
to help strike out all the bad written 
there. Godspeed, "T." 




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diiWARn Llewell'in' TrWis, Jr. 
//[^ Halifax, X. C. 




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That fellow is a genius. He can gel away with more good stuff on short notice, on Class, 
than anyl)ody. The Profs, have a time trying to lilind En. "Beware of you lean Ed; he tliinks 
too much." He'll make a hig lawyer. Corporations are En's specialty. He can jumiaie them 
up, and straighten thetn out, as easy as a picture puzzle for a baby, without even having the 
"specific intent." ■-_;' 



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JUNIOR LAW CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Albert OettiiVger President 

Miss M. E. Palmer I'kc-Prcsidcnt 

Raymond C. Maxwell ^Secretary and Treasurer 

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JUNIOR STUDENTS IN LAW 

Adams, Lacy E Gastonia 

BoRE.N, Norm AN Addi son Pomona 

Brantley, Dwight Spring Hope 

CoHN, Frederick Jacob Goldsboro 

Emry, Opal IonE Tilman Weldon 

Hooks, Bennett Fremont 

Jordan, J. Y Asheville 

Leatherwood, Dennis Bryan Waynesville 

LiTAKER, Henry Daniel Lenoir 

Little, George Cecil Marion 

McCuLLEN, Samuel David Goldslinro 

Maxwell, Raymond Craft RaliiKli 

Oettinger, Albert Wilson 

Palmer. Miss Madeline Elizabeth Charlotte 

RendlEman, David AtwELL Salisbury 

Robinson, Edwin Carl Wadesboro 

Salmon, Neill McKay Lillington 

Whittington, Charles Allen Apex 

SPECIAL STUDENTS IN LAW 

Allen, Richard Gregory St. Pauls 

Cameron, Paul Archibald Kinston 

Mann, Elmo Middleton 

Schlichter. Andrew Best Hollister 



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OFFICERS 

James Graham Ramsey President 

George L. Carrington Vice-President 

Howell Peacock Treasurer 

R. E. Brooks Secretary 



ROLL 

Ambler, Arthur Chase Asheville 

Arnold, Duma Carroll Neuse 

Banner. Allen Carithers Mount Airy 

Brooks, Ralph Elbert Roxboro 

Carrington, George Lee Durham 

Dewar, William Banks. Raleigh 

Fewell, John J^Iay Rock Hill, S. C. 

Fewell, William Sadler Rock Hill, S. C. 

Fitzgerald, John Herbert Pine i^evel 

Gold, Ben Shelby 

Harper, William Troy Wakefield 

Holloway, Jackson Kenneth Raleigh 

Johnson, George, Washington Wallace 

Jones, Zebulon Baird Vance Swan Quarter 

KiNLAW, William Bernard Rocky Mount 

Lyday, Russell Oseorxe Brevard 

McKnight, Roy Bowman Charlotte 

Matthews, Robert Winton 

O'Briant, Albert Lee Timberlake 

Peacock, Howell ColumDus, Ga. 

SiDDALL, Roger Shore Sumter, S. C. 

Wooten, Floyd Pugh Kinston 

WooTEN, William Islbb Wilson 



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OFFICERS 

Sami-Ki. Rovai.i, Xokris President 

AiiAM T. Thorpe ]'icc-Prcsidcnt 

W. W. Kirk Secretary 

llrc.H Parks Treasurer 

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ROLL 

Baker, IVL\uricE Euwarp Lawmlak' 

C AVI NESS, Verne Strudwick Moreliead City 

Cobb, Donneel Borden Goicishnrn 

Cooper, David Alexander HL-nderNon 

CorpEning. ShErrill GaithER Brevard 

CROwEiL, Gordon Bryan ; Lincointon 

DaruEn, Dougeass Beaman Fremont 

ElEv, Vernon Lyndon Menola 

Farthing, Fred Robert Boone 

FoLSTON, Theodore Winslow ■. Swannanoa 

Frye. Glenn Raymer States villa 

FuTRELL, Walter Edward Conway 

Geddy, Kenneth Baxter Rose Hill 

Hamer, Alfred Wilson - Mcfull, S. C. 

Harney, James Norman - ...Fiymonth 

HoBES, Walter Scott - -- .Clinton 

Hopkins, Herbert Milton Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hunter, Harry GrimmETT Henderson ville 

Kirk, William Wilson Jacksonville, Fla. 

KirsEV, William Albert _ -Mnrganton 

Lambert, Waite. Leonidas ■. Moftatt 

Lutterloh, Isaac Hayden Sanford 

XoRRis, Saml'EL Royall Jacksonville, Fla. 

No WELL, Stephen Cowan, Jr Windfall 

Parks, Hugh Statesville 

Perry, Robert Edward Monnt Olive 

Robbins, Fred Ross Lenoir 

Scott, Henry Alvord Mebane 

Smith, Andesson Jones Black Creek 

Smith, Franklin Calton Rockingham 

Taylor, Shahane Richardson Kinston 

Thorpe, Adam TrEadwEll Rocky Mount 

Tom LIN son, John William , Fayetteville 

Wilson, William Gillam. Jr Wilson Mills 



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\\ Ai.Ti-.K Otts Allen 
Htndersonville. N. C. 



Age, 21 : Height, 6 feet 
Weight, 150 



Ex- President PliarmaceutiLal Societv , 
Henderson Comty Chih — - h \ \\ w,?^. 




MiNEKVA Bingham 
Kutherwood, X. C. 

Height, 5 feet 5 inches; Weight, 143 



Walticr, Iietter known as Squige, is 
a vahiahle gift to ns from the Class 
of 'Sixteen. He has a very qnick mind, 
which enaliled him to rank high in his 
Classes, and to pass the State Board 
with a liigh mark. Also he has a very 
amiah'e disposition, which is proved hy 
tlie fact that he stole the heart of our 
only Co-Ed. He is an optimist in the 
full sense of the word, and we predict 
for him a great future (if he will locate 
in a town where there are none of the 
fair sex). 



Miss Bingham is the first Co-Ed to 
have graduated from the Pliannacy 
Department. She has proved herself a 
brilliant student, and spends all her 
time with her books and in the labora- 
tory. She is one of the few lady 
pharmacists, and we are proud of the 
fact that she hails from "Carolina." 
(For further particulars, see Jeff Mull.) 



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22: Heght, 5 feet 8 1 
Weigh, x.„ 

President of Class; PreSideiltP^a^'piJaV- 
ceutical Society : Student Council : 
Greater Council ; Assistant in Pharmacy 
Laboratory; K^. 




Ransom Freu Carsweul 
Morganton, N. C. 



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Brook, as he is known by all his 
friends, hails to the University from 
I'uncombe County, and is an all-'round 
student. Upon the campus, he has many 
friends, who admire his energetic ability 
and calm dignity. By the possession of 
a wonderful talent for remembering 
pharmaceutical formulae, he was suc- 
cessful before the State Board of 
E.xaminers in November. During his 
two years at the University, Brook has 
won many honors, and we knov.- that a 
rapid rise into the realms of success 
awaits him, whether serving Uncle Sam 
ur behind the prescription counter. 



Fred left us early in the term, and 
denied us the pleasure of having his 
genial disposition among us in June; 
but he has left liehind him many good 
friends, who will always remember his 
numerous good qualities. 




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Jesse Turlingtu.n Mukgax 
Benson. X. C. 

Age, 22: Height, 5 feet 10 inches 
Weight, 140 

Vice-President Class: Member 
Greater Council; Johnson County Club; 
Ex-President Pharmaceutical Society; 



J ACiiii EknKsT .Mri.i. 
Morganton, X. C. 



Age, 21 ; Height, 5 feet 7 inches 
..Weight. 135 



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Jesse is recognized tliru the whole 
Department as the Class leader. He is 
a very conscientious student, and is 
never so happy as when preparing for 
an exam. He has business with his 
books sixteen hours out of a day. 
dreams about them four hours, and 
sleeps the remaining four. In making 
an analysis of his character, we find 
but one fault — he keeps the rest of us 
working too hard to keep up. 



Jeff is one of tlie most popular boys 
in the Class. He never lets his work 
interfere with pleasure; nevertheless, he 
gets along with his studies fine. You 
can always find him at Patterson's 
Drug Store, or working in Chemistry 
Lab. His classmates wish him a long 
and successful career. 



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if'' I A,.BKKT„ S0,.« ■^, 

Santiago, Cuba 
Age^6: Height, 3 tL-et 6 inches; Weight, 133 




Albert is a student of rare ability. He takes everything and everybody seriously, and 
lets everybody know that he is here for business. Altho he came to America, with no 
knowledge of English, three years ago, he has never "flunked" a quiz, and is always there 
with his part when any work is to be done. He is a graduate from "Havana Sugar School," 
and is a talented chemist. He makes friends with all who know him, and is sure to succeed. 



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FIRST-YEAR PHARMACY CLASS 



Bra ME, Petkr Jovner Winston- Saiem 

I'lri'i'Ai.o. JdUN Mack Raleigh 

CiiNLEv. William Clieeord Glen Alpine 

Creech. Seth J Benson 

Dixon, Hfj^man Lewis Belmont 

FoRiJHAM. EnwARi) Hugh Greensboro 

Ingram, Lai-rence Munsey High Point 

McBane. O. D Manndale 

PoRRO, Enrique Zayas Camaguey, Cnha 

Richardson, Hobart William Ashboro 

White, James Stark Windsor 

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SPECIAL STUDENTS IN PHARMACY 

Durham, Carl Thomas Chapel Hill 

Herkixg. \EEnHAM Bridgeman Wilson 

Lkiibetter, Edmond DeBerry Chapel Hill 

Lloyii, Thomas Philip Chapel Hill 



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GRADUATE STUDEP^TS 



Allen, Julia Washington Goldsboro 

Bradshaw, Francis Foster Chapel Hill 

DevEREAux, Robert Eddings Spencer 

DouGHTON, Martha Rebecca Guilford College 

Eagle, David Eugene Statesville 

HoBBs, Samuel Huntington, Jr Chapel Hill 

Hl'iM', Herbert Henry Soudan, Va. 

LoHN, Lawrence Luther, Jr Lincolnton 

Markham, Black well Durham 

Marsh. Luther Grier Marshville 

MoFFATT, James Strong, Jr Chapel Hill 

MoRBis, Myrtle EsTELlE Malta, Texas 

Moss, William Dygnum Chapel Hill 

Nagano, Kioyoshi Oita, Japan 

Patton, Walter Chapel Hill 

Reasoner, Norman Addison Oneca, Fla. 

RiGGs, OlliE Leonidas Carrboro 

Scales. Elizabeth Walker Greensboro 

Scott. James Wujjams Greenwood. S. C. 

Upchlrch, William Merriman Durham 

Whiti-ield, James Vivian Chapel Hill 

Aibara, Kazuo Nagasuta. Japan 

McWhorter, Euclid Harvey Chapel Hill 

Xaitu, Yasushiro Kofn City, Japan 




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THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 
WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION 

Mrs. Thomas W. Lingle 
Advisor to Women 

OFFICERS 

Miss Mildred Moses President 

Miss Elizabeth A. Lay Viee-f resident 

Miss Cordelia Camp Secretarv 

Miss Mary L. Cobb \ Treasurer 

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]\Iiss Andrews Miss Kexxett Miss Pickard 

Miss Bingham Miss Liddell Miss Reid 

Miss Carson Miss McFadyen Mrs. Riggs 

Miss Doughten Miss McGlamerv Miss Scales 

Mrs. Emery Miss Macon Miss Whitaker 

Mrs. Groves Miss ^Morris Miss Wilcox 
Miss Palmer 




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PUBLICATIONS 



ACKETY YACK: Published aiimially by tlie Literary Societies and the Fraternities. 
Editor-in-Chief, Roljert C. de Rosset ; Business Managers, E. A. Griffin and W. C. 
Feimstcr. 



THE. UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE: Published six times a year by the Literary 
Societies. Editor-in-Cliief, W. Hernias Stephenson; Business Manager, \V. M. York. 

THE TAR HEEL: Published weekly by the Athletic Association. Ed.tor-in-Chief. 
C. G. Tennent; Managing Editor. E. J. Burdick ; Business Manager, Watt \V. Eagle. 

THE ALUMNI REVIEW: Pubhshed monthly. Editor, L. R. Wilson; Business 
Manager, E. R. Rankin. 

THE NEWS LETTER: Published weekly by the Bureau of Extension. 

THE ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY JOURNAL: Published quar- 
terly by the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 

STUDIES IN PHILOLOGY : A Journal published quarterly by the University. Ed- 
win Greenlaw, Editor. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA RECORD: Published periodically by 
the University. 

THE C.\TALOG: Published annually by the University. 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA HANDBOOK: Published annually by the 
Y. M. C. A. 

UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY: Published annually by the Y. M. C. A. 

JAMES SPRUNT HISTORICAL MONOGRAPH: PubLshed annually by the 
Lhiiversity. 

THE CAROLINA CHEMIST; Pubhshed by the Chemistry Department. 



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HE western trip of the JMiisical Clubs was declared a huge success by all of tlie 
members. The Clubs played in Spartanburg, Asheville, Charlotte, Salislniry, Win- 
ston-Salem, and Greensboro. The boys were received everywhere with great hospi- 
tality. Most of the audiences were large, and all were very appreciative. This year's 
program was composed almost entirely of popular music, contrary to tlie usual custom 
of rendering for the most part classical music. This new type of program appealed very 
strongly to the audiences. The Mandolin Club, the Hawaiian Trio, the yodeling by Howell, 
made the biggest hits. After the concerts, the Clubs enjoyed delightful dances and receptions. 




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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA MUSICAL CLUBS 

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OFFICERS 

W. H. Stephenson - President 

J. B. Hester, Jr P' ice-President 

J. S. Howell Business Manager 

E. S. LiNDSEv Director of Chorus and Ortlicstra 

P. L. Br-ANSON Director of ManaoUn Club 

GLEE CLUB 

First Tenor 

Daniel, Howell. jMahtin, McKee. Travis. A. Z. 

Second Tenor 

BURDICK. DOWD, LlIPFERT. NoBLE. TrAVIS. R. S. 

First Bass 

Hester, Lindsev. Parker, Robbins, Stephenson 

Second Bass 

Blount, Poag, Prince, Spaugh, Tennent 

MANDOLIN CLUB 

Mandolins 
Branson, Blount, Burdick. Hester, Liipfert, Xoble, Rendleman, Stephenson 

Guitars 
DowD, McKee. Poag, Spaugh 

Haivaiian Guitar 
Travis, A. Z. 

ORCHESTRA 

Violins 
LiNDSEY, Rendleman, Noble 



Flute 




Clarinet 


/an Oppen 


Cornets 
Parker, Hester 


Robbins 


Baritone 




Drums 


Prince 


Piano 

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THE CAROLINA MINSTRELS 
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THE CAROLINA MINSTRELS, 1917 

T. Y. JuRDAX, Director 

R. C. DE RossET Business Manager 

Ed. LindsEv Orchestra Director 

Irvin Parker Bandmaster 

Verne Johnson Staye Manager 

Ralph Johnson Proferty -l/uii 

Dk. E. V. Howell, faculty Adiisor 
Mr. James Howell, Interlocutor 

I 'ocallsts 

Messrs. Bingham McKee. Paul Martin. \Vh.ll\m Blount, J. J. Pence, F. J. Liipiert, 

Earl Marsh, J. D. Poac, George Brinson 

Comedians 

^lEssRS. Chester Burton. Roland McClamrock, .\. Z. Travis. Theo. Folsom, 
W. R. W'unsch. Edward Burdick 

1-nd Men 
Messrs. S. B. Tanner. Jr., George Green, J. Y. Jordan 

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DEBATES 



COMMENCEMENT DEBATE 

tJERY : Resolved, that all corporations engaged in interstate commerce should be 
required to take out a Federal charter, constitutiona'ity waived. 

PHI. (Xcyiitk'c) UI. {.Iffiniuilivc) 

A. M. Co.\Ti-s \V. M. York 

J. V. B.VGGETT PrUETT 

Won by Negative 
Bingham Medal won liy A. M. Coates 



SOPH -JUNIOR DEBATE 



QUERY: REsoLVEn, that Congress sliould prohibit the manufacture, sale, and importa- 
tion of alcoholic liquors, by a Constitutional Amendment, Congress to provide for the manu- 
facture and sale for scientific, medicinal, and sacramental purposes. 



PHI. (Ar,/,(/ijv) 
B. C. Brown 
E. S. Mej<ritt 



Won bv Affirmative 



ni. (.\ft\rmalivc) 

F. L. HiRi.Ev 

W. C. E-\T0iN 



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SOPHOMORE DEBATE 

QUERY: Resolved, that North Carohna should adopt the principle of the short ballot, 
the Governor and tlie Lieutenant-Governor being elected by the people, the Governor 
appointing all other State officers. 



PHI. ^^\'glltirc) 
F. G. Miles 
E. S. Merritt 



DI. (Jffiniiativc) 
J. W. Dalton 

W. M. Mathews 



Won by Negative 



FRESHMAN DEBATE 

QUERY : Resolved, that all corporations engaged in interstate commerce shouH be 
required to take out Federal Charter, constitutionality waived, and Federal license not 
available as an alternative. 



PHI. (XetiatiTc) 

O. R. Cunningham 

R. F. Phillips 



DI. {.Affiniuitivc) 
S. H. Williams 

W. F. PULLIAM 



Won bv Affirmative 



JUNIOR ORATORICAL CONTEST 
CARR MEDAL 



PHI. SOCIETY DI. SOCIETY 

A. M. Coates H. VV. G. Owens 

W. H. Stephenson W. M. York 

Won by A. M. CoatEs 
Snbjcit: "America's Justification" 




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Winner Xorth Carolina Intercollegiate 
Peace Oratorical Contest, 191 7 



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DANCE LEADERS— FALL 
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R. B. McKee Leader 

J. W. G. Powell Assisloiil Leader 

James S. FicklEn Assistant Leader 

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R. C. HE Rosset Leader 

E. T. Cooper Assistant Leader 

H. V. P. Wilson, Jr Assistant Leader 




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GERMAN CLUB 

DANCE LEADERS—SPRING 
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GERMAN CLUB 

D. B. Kimball Leader 

\V. B. KiNLAW Assistant Lender 

D. A. Cooper Assistiint Lciidcr 

JUXIOR PROM. 

J. \V. G. Powell Leader 

J. D. PoAC. Assistant Leader 

D. B. Cobb Assistant Leader 

GORGOX'S HEAD GERMAX 

A. C. Ambler Leader 

J. S. FiCKLEN - ^Assistant Leader 

D. B, Cobb _ Assistant Leader 



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MILITARY TRAINING AT THE UNIVERSITY 



mT IS not the nature of the North CaroHnian to remain neutral when a "first- 
class scrap" is in progress nearby. When his financial interests are also 
inxolved, and when his sympathies are aroused by the brutality practiced 

by one of the belligerents, his blood seethes with a desire to take part in the 
conflict. 

Such was the condition confronting us during the first year of the great 
European war. h'rom the beginning, our hearts have been with the Entente Allies, 
tho most of us for a long time agreed as to the wisdom and expediency of 
national neutrality. A few of us, from the first, more belligerent in nature or 
more far-sighted then the rest, felt that we should at once throw our swords in 
the balance. Some could not resist the individual call to duty, and the names of 
Rockwell and McConnell have been added to the long honor rdll of Xorth 
Carolinians who have died in the cause of Liberty and Right. I'.ut conservatism 
as well as sympathy is deeply ingrained in our character. The bulk of our 
people, tho hoping for the success of France and Britain, yet felt that we as a 
people lacked sufficient cause for participation. Our native love of peace, and 
our inherent confidence in the goodness of human kind, blinded us to the far- 
reaching German ambition for world domination, and to the gross brutality and 
conscienceless treachery of the Teuton rulers. 

Our long immunity from foreign attack, and our own absence of desire for 
conquest, prevented our recognition of the danger 
from abroad, and obscured our appreciation of 
our own military weakness. Hut our eyes were 
gradually opened by the cumulative evidence of 
three years. The invasion of Belgium, ilie con- 
tinued oppression of conquered territory, the 
deliberate devastation of farm and city, the per- 
sistent cruelty to prisoners and to civilians and. 
above all. the inhuman work of the submarine, 
steadily aroused our overwhelming indignation ; 
and step by step came the realization of our own 
hel])lessness in case of war. 

The academic atmosphere promotes an intense 
love of individual freedom, an acute sympathy 
for the oppressed, and a ready indignation against 
an oppressor. But it also creates an impatience 
of restraint and discipline. The college man 
is prompt to volunteer when war is on, but slow 
to recognize the necessity for preparation before 
the event. When the suggestion was made, in 
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of North Carolina, it met with Httle favor among 
either Faculty or students. War was not 
regarded as imminent, and in our ignorance we 
failed to realize the importance of making ready 
for its coming. 

A few months later, a chapter of the National 
Security League was organized, thru the efforts 
of Mr. J. AI. Booker; but only four or five of 
the Faculty and a few dozen of the students 
were interested. The organization languished 
and died, but it had prepared the ground for a 
further growth. A second attempt, made in the 
spring of nineteen-sixteen, to introduce military 
trainmg in the University, met a better response ; 
but real enthusiasm was still lacking, except 
among a small group who were rated as alarmists 
and cranks. The course was not adopted, but 
the changing attitude was evidenced by the fact 
that during the following summer three Faculty 
members and twelve students attended the 
Civilian Training Camps at Plattsburg and Fort 
Oglethorpe. Mr. Draper, of Charlotte. N. C. gave five hundred do 
Air. Frothingham. of \Vorcester. Mass.. gave one hundred dollars, towar 
ing the expenses of students attending this Cainp. 




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This period may be regarded as the starting point of acti\e interest in our 
mihtary preparation. Every one of the men attending these Camps returned full 
of enthusiasm, and strongly in favor of a Training Course in the L'niversity. 
This spirit grew steadily, and b}' January, 1017, nearly one hundred of the stu- 
dents, and ten members of the P"acult\', had made their plans to attend one of 
the Government Camps in the following summer. Coincidently. tlie sentiment 
for a University Department of .Military Science gained momentum, and seemed 
destined to succeed. 

.\t this moment the sudden scxerance of diplomatic relations with ("lermany 
swept awav all remaining opposition. Without a dissenting \ote, and with 
scarcelv a dissenting \oice. the Faculty adopted a resolution recommending the 
institution of this Department. At the same time, under the stimulating influence 
of Coach T. J. Campbell, the University I'.attalion was formed. A meeting of 
those expecting to attend the Cixilian Camjis was held. In half an hour more 
than a hundred men had agreed to drill for an Ikuu" each night. Three days later, 
this number exceeded five hundred. Meanwhile, President Graham had applied 
to the War Dejiartment for an instructor, and for the necessary e(|ui|)ment for 
a Reser\e ( )f ficers' Training Corps. L'nfortunately, with war imminent, the 
relatively small military establishment of the I'nited States could not spare to us 
an instructor, nor even the modest amount of equipment we required, Never- 
theless, without uniforms, and without rifles, and merely under the tutelage of 
students and Faculty members who had had some scant experience at Plattsburg 
or at preparatory schools, the drill was enthusiastically begun. This work- 
attracted the attention of Mr. R. W. Glenn, of Greensboro, the State Secretary of 
the Military Training Camps Association. Thru his good offices, Mr. Julius 
Cone, of Greensboro, loaned to us, and afterward gave 
us, one Inmdred and eighty Civil War carbines. Tho 
ol)solete as offensive weapons, they ha\e served an 
jj^ - indispensable jjurpose for our drill. Lieutenant (now 

■ ji "Ij Captain) McLendon, of the North Carolina National 

HH^ i J_,\1iij^ Guard, and Captain ( now Colonel ) Broadhurst, of the 

4-V^. if^ MM Regular Army, both alumni of the L'niversity, made fre- 

(|uent visits to the campus during the spring, and 
rendered valuable service by their advice and encourage- 
ment. In the latter ]iart of the session, the battalion was 
badlv shattered by the enlistment of many of us mem- 
bers in the army, and by the enrollment of more than 
one hundred others in the first Officers' Training Caniji 
at Fnrt ( )glethorpe. I'ut those who remained conimued 
the work until the close of the session. 

In spite of President Graham's earnest efforts, it 
Mk.ssrs. Hickkrsox was impossilile to secure from the Tnited States 

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ment for the proposed work of the present session. But in the kite summer 
his laljors were amply rewarded Ijy his securing from the Canathan (V.overn- 
mcnt the services of Capt. J. Stuart Allen, of the Princess Patricia's Canadian 
Light Infantry. As the head of the Department of Military Science, he has 
maintained at a high level the intense enthusiasm which our students felt 
tor this preparation for patriotic service. His high record as an officer in the 
I'.ritish Expeditionary forces, his boundless energy, and his magnetic personality, 
have made him an ideal leader in initiating this course, and have endeared him 
personallv to all in the L'niversity community. His assistants have been Mr. 
lonathan Leonard, who formerly held a responsible position on the teaching staff 
of the Harvard Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and Mr. J. \'. Whitfield, 
{V. X. C, 1915), who for the past two years has been Commandant at llorncr 
Military School. 

The total number of students registered in the L'niversity for the fall term 
was 820. Of these, 565 ( sixty-eight per cent. ) have been taking this course, 
de\oting twelve hours a week to the work. H we eliminate from our count the 
twcntv-five women students, and about seventy-five men whose laboratory hours 
in medicine, chemistry, etc., conflicted with the drill hours, and about twenty 
whom the college physician disqualified for physical reasons, we have in training 
about eighty per cent, of those who could by any reasonable possibility take the 
course. 

Tiecause of the immediate national emergency, the whole l'niversity schedule 
of classes has been so modified as to make possible the devotion of twelve day- 
light hours a week to this work. Obviously this arrangement can not he 
permanent, but plans are now being formulated by which a Reserve Officers' 
course, based upon the recommendations of the War Department, may be incor- 
porated in the regular curriculum. The details are not yet perfected, but it is 
purposed to place the Military Deiiartmcnt upon the same basis as other Depart- 
ments in the L'niversity. 

An interesting experiment will be tried during the summer of nineteen-eigh- 
tcen. L'nder the auspices of the l'ni\ersity, a six-weeks' course of intensi\-e 
military training will be given by Captain Allen, assisted by Mr. W. .\. P.lount 
and Mr. Bingham McKee. Colonel Bingham, of Asheville, has generously offered 
the use of his school (barracks, tents, and all other equipment) for this purpose. 
The course will be open not only to regular college students, but also to all boys 
and voung men, from sixteen to twenty years of age. Xo L'niversity credit will 
Ije given, but the opportunity is offered for a delightful summer outing combined 
with a verv \aluable experience. 

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THE STAFF 



THE STAFF 



Director of Military Sciciicr 
Capt. J. Stvart Allen-. P. P. C. L. I. 

Comiiiaiidaiit 
Lieut. Jonathan LEoxARn 

Jdjutant 
LiELT. J. \'. Whitfield 




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OFFICERS 



G. D. Holding - - - Cat tain 

R. B. McKee - first Lieutenant 

\V. W, Xkai Second Licnlcnant 

K. T. CrowELI. Second Lieutenant 

}. -M. GwvNN Second Lieutenant 

B. A. Sim MS First Seiyeani 

Sergeants 
Eagi.e. Liipfert. Aixex, Lohk, Parker, Patterson. Bkvant. L. H., Cranmer 

First Platoon Second Platoon Third Platoon Fourth Platoon 

PiNNix Rondthaler Bristol Meclim 

Price Pavne Cohn Hexson 

Pearson Martin Presslev Roberts 

Harris (Corp.) Harrison (Corp.) VoglER (Corp.) Steele (Corp.) 

Sexton Bverly .\ustin Carter 

l^DDLE Hodges Duncan Jamison 

IN'Ioore, Paylor Joi.ley Wellons 

Edwards Edmundson Taylor Hoeener 

KiTTEELL AbERNETHY CoaTES S.MITH 

Newton Hale Patterson Rigler 

CuRR Graham Blair Leonard 

Wood (Corp.) Kenne.y (Corp.l Wilson (Corp.) Co.ne (Corp.) 

Moody Currie Schiffman Lineberger 

Hargett Pace Aycock Rives 

Wilson Cochran Taylor Brooks 

Evans Burton Cooper O'Xeal 

Hennessee Cummings Cowan McKnight 

Hendricks Armfield • Wilson Sluder 

Johnson Bynum Scot Willis 

Shamberger (Corp.) Powell (Corp.) Williams (Corp.) Tilson (Corp.) 

Turnbull Yelverton Fields Shine 

Fulton Fearington Little Fountain 

Pless H.\tcher Broach Gooch 

CoKER Baker Hurley Hall 



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OFFICERS 



C. B. Holding Captain 

U. S. Brvant, Jr ; First Lieutenant 

E. C. GsANDiN Second Lieutenant 

W. E. DowD Second Lieutenant 

N. G. Gooding Second Lieutenant 

J. H. Erwin, Jr Pirst Sergeant 

Sergeants 
Joxns, HiiRXER, PoAC, Pemef:rton". Barufx, Te.vnKnt 

First Platoon Second Platoon Third Platoon Fourtli Platoon 

Hankins Parks Stephenso.n- Kincaid 

Smith Carter Justice Wright 

Chinnis Ives Sloan Dawsox 

KiiMBALL (Corp.") Henrv (Corp.) Thornton (Corp.) White (Corp.) 

RoBBiNs Stevens Harris Fowler 

BoLiNG Falkner Thorpe ^ „ 

^ ,,, TT Griffin 

Terry Washburn Hill 

Spencer Roberson Bond 

Wilson Blythe Van Xoppen Abell 

NoE NowELL Porter Harris 

Owens Murray (Corp.) Baix Jenkins 

Lindsay (Corp.) McDonald Maxgum (Corp.) Wilkixs 

Philips Mastin West Crawford (Corp.) 

York Costner Stemm Taylor 

Nelson Roberts Stokes Gibson 

YOUNGBLOOD WOODARD ^EDDIE SyLVESTER 

Anderson at r^ ^ Hicks „ 

McCaulBy „ Dupree 

Beers _ Taylor _ 

„ BfaslEy ,, Tucker 

Ray Milton 

FicklEn (Corp.l Po.xdExter (Corp.) ^,,^^^^^. ^^^^^^ Gibson 

Holt Morrison yy^^p Ransom 

Glenn Merritt Robertson Wunsch 

Taylor McCabe Everett Spry 

NoRMENT Coffey Lay Allen 



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OFFICERS 

W. A. Blount .Cal'tain 

R. A. Spaugh , First Lieutenant 

D. B. Cobb Seeond Licutciumt 

W. Y. BiCKETT Second Licutciuiiil 

F. F. Bradshaw Second Lieutenant 

W. R. CuTHBERTsoN First Sergeant 



First Platoon 

Wolfe 

Um STEAD 

Brown 

Neiman (Corp.") 

Allen 

Shaw 

Pippin 

Wright 

POSTON 

Bateman 

Snyder 

Willis 

Marsh 

Francis 

Jones 

Barber (Corp.) 

Mavnard 

Hagood 

Nichols 

Lynch (Corp.) 

Abernethy 

Carpenter 

Brookshire 

Price 



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Thompson, Linker, 
Second Platoon 

Rimmer 
Welch 
Harden 
El'RE (Corp.) 

NORRI s 

Stevenson 

Hudson 

Johnston 

Andrews 

Thomas 

ROBBI.-^S 

^LARTIN (Corp.) 
Stone 

TiLSON 

Stone 

Wo MACK 
^L\RSHALL 

Ross 

Lewis 

Gregory (Corp.) 

Pence 

Cecil 

B.\bb 

Smith 



■ants 

Hester. Armstrong 
Third Platoon 

Lenoir 

Smith 

Long 

^L^ktin (Corp.) 

McXairy 

Holier 

Parks 

Crissman 

BiZZELL 

Richardson 

Harrington 

Stockto.n (Corp.) 

Holt 

worthington 

Rhyne 

Smoot 

Saunders 

McKenzie 

Kerr 

Vokelv (Corp.) 

WlNSTE.\D 

Young 
Stokes 
Love 



Fourth Platoon 

FryE 

Roddick 

Frve 

Schwartz (Corp.) 

Smith 

Perkins 

Cobb 

Maxwell 

BOBBITT 

Powell 
Duncan 
Patterson 

RUFFIN 

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\V. W. Neal.) 

R. C. UE RossET first Liciitriui 

W. C.KRMiCHAEi, Second Liciilcua 

E. R. RUSSEL Second Licntcna 

J. P. Sawyer Second Licuteiioi, 

W. H. RuFFiN, Jr First Sergear, 

Sergeants 
Baii.ey, Ga\t. Crali,e, Hester. Braxson. James 

First Platoon Second Platoon fliird Platoon Fourth Platoon 

LiiPFERT Debnam Butt Fields 

McCaulEv Kooxts Davis Velvertox 

Ervin Campbell Dickerson C(ioper 

Oettinger (Corp.) Tov (Corp.) Hazelhurst (Corp.) Ogburn (Corp.) 

TowLER McXair Fornev Lindsay 

Coggeshall Portchett Prince Moore 

Ogburn Heffner McNair McLaughlin 

Reams Deitz Cox Groves 

Spainhour Haves Noble Williams 

Williamson Penney Gibson Callock 

Daniels Lowe Holbrook Harris 

King. G. \V. (Corp.) Cochran (Corp.) Cook (Corp.) J.arvis (Corp.) 

Jones McKimmon Smith Cross 

HoFFLES Cooper Marsh Sh.^w 

Lewis Stephens Stack Fowler 

Landis Tayloe Couch Bonner 

Grant. D. L. Wilson Norburx Xaima.v 

Cooper Souther Rourk Df,Lam.\r 

Carlyle John Hixson Griffin 

RoYALL (Corp.) Young. R. L. (Corp.) .\ndrews Cordon (Corp.) 

Harvey Brinn Hunter Llorens 

Brewer Warrick Cunningham ^Lxdrev 

Aberxathy Butt ^Ionroe Gardner 

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THE FRESHMAN TEAM 



A. yi. Scales Captain 

X. R. Pippin Manager 

Howell Peacock Coach 

G. A. Barden Coach 



Cochrane Left End 

Wright Left Tackle 

Armfield Left Guard 

Shaw Center 

Morrison Right Guard 



Carter Rhll't Tackle 

Sims Rig Fit End 

Lowe Quarterbacl! 

Sherrod Left Halfback 

Fearrington FiiUback 



Scales (Capt.) Right Halfback 



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OR tlie first time, probably, in the history of the sport, the University abandoned 
Wcrsity football, and gave the field over to the rigid military system which was 
ushered in last fall. 

"On to Richinond" found a rival in "On to Raleigh," where a competitive drill had 
been planned for with A. and E. College. 

.■\fter a slight delay, a call was issued for candidates for tlie First-Year Reserve squad. 
Many Freshmen and First-Year men reported to Coach Peacock, who soon mapped out a 
schedule of practice that did not conflict with drill. Rigorous training began in earnest, 
and resulted in the development of a firm, efficient teaiu. Bell, Clarvoe, Blount, Barden of 
the Nineteen-Sixteen Varsity team, Spaugh, and Spruill assisted in the coaching. Scales was 
elected captain. 

The season opened with Davidson Scrulis. tlie First-Year men winning. 5 to 2. Lack of 
drive seemed to be the characteristic fault of the team. 

In tlie final game with the Virginia Freshmen, the Reserves played hard from the start. 
The outstanding feature of the game was a seventy-yard run by Captain Scales, who played 
a stellar game for Carolina. Fearrington, Lowe, Simms, and Sherrod came in for their share 
of the glory, for each played a consistent game on the defensive. 

The First Reserve team was composed of good material, which will no doubt figure in 
the Varsity teams after the war. 




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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 



RvtioLPH Barnes Captain 

W. R. Allen Manager 

H. C. Black 4ssistant Manager 

J. C. Tavloe Assistant Manager 

Hearx Coaeh 

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Catchers 
Bennett, Vounce. Roberts 



Pitehers 
Powell. Coleman, Kinlaw, Llewellyn 



First Base : Folcer 

Seeonci Base: Jen'nette 

Third Base: Feimster, Kirk^lan 

Sliorstop : Hertv 

Left Field: Barnes ^ Captain) 

Center Field: Stuart 
Right Field: Weeks. Proctor 




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BASEBALL 



ITH only a few letter men back, and the one-year rnle in operation for the first time, 
the nineteen-seventeen baseball season opened with some uncertainty. But the 
uncertainty was soon dispelled. Between sixty and seventy candidates reported for 
practice. Many men who had never been out before, then realized that the team was to be 
made up of the upper-classmen instead of the type of players who came for the season and 
lost interest in the College after the schedule was finished. 

Coaches "Bun" Hearn and Campbell began working with the squad early in the year, 
and found good Varsity material present. "Rudy" Barnes, Captain, and Coach Hearn 
began to select the team in February, and practically determined the line-up by March the 
first. 

Beginning with a 4-3 victory over Bingham. Mebaiie, the team continued a fast and 
sure game thruout the season, winning eleven of the seventeen games played — among the 
games won being one with Virginia. The schedule included some of the strongest teams in 
the South and East. 




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\PTAIX BARNES 



The games with Yale, Washington and Lee, and Virginia' were clever exhibitions of 
scientific baseball. Probably the game with the University of Virginia was the most thrilling 
contest of the season. 

"Before one of the largest crowds ever witnessing a game in Greensboro. Carolina took 
a ten-inning affair from Virginia, by the score of 3 to 2." And then The Tarheel continues : 

"The score fails to show how the Tarheels defeated the Virginians Too much 

credit can not be given to Pitcher 'Xemo' Coleman and Pinch Hitter Younce, for it was in 
the ninth inning that Younce sent Stewart across the plate on his timely hit. Coleman 
replaced Powell, who had pitched a star game for nine innings, allowing only five hits, and 
giving only one base on balls. Xemo held the Virginians at bay for the rest of the game. 
The game was won in the tenth, when Jennette rapped out a two-bagger to left, his fourth 
hit of the day, and took third on Feimster's grounder to second. Coleman drove a clean 
single over second base, and Jennette scored. The Virginians were retired in one, two, 
three order in the last half of the tenth." 




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The Davidson game at Charlotte was another fine exliiliition of liaseliall. featured bj- 
good pitching and neat fielding. 

"Carolina got her good work in at the start, pounding out five of lier six hits in the first 
inning, .\ftcr two men had journeyed back to the bench by the 'wliiff route, Coleman rapped 
sharply to right for a base, stole second, and went home on Stewart's hot grounder to 
center. 

"Davidson failed to place a man on base until tlie fifth inning Black's stab 

of Jennette's terrible drive in the first, wi.h liases full and two outs, was Davidson's feature." 
In the seventh, Davidson threatened to score, but tlie fast work of Herty. Feimster, and 
Jennette, in the infield, cleared the bases, leaving the score i to o in favor of the Tarheels. 

The Wofford game was also played in fine style, lasting only an Imur and thirty min- 
utes. Kinlaw pitched a strong game, winning 3 to o. "Rudy's u-.ual cluut over the left 
field fence came in the fourth inning." 

A summary of the season shows good individual work in addition to the machine-like 
drive of the team as a whole. 



THE SCHEDULE | 

AND SCORES | 

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March 15 — Bingham, Mebane 3 

March 23 — VV. Va. Wesleyan 5 

March 28— Haverford College 2 

April 2 — Wake Forest 6 

April 4 — Davidson 4 

April 7 — Yale University 4 

April 9 — Washington and Lee o 

April II — Wofford College o 

.\pril 14 — Virginia 2 

April 16 — Davidson .' o 

April 17— Wofford College .- i 

April 18 — University of Georgia.... 5 

April 19 — University of Georgia.... 4 

April 20 — Wofford College 4 

April 21 — University of S. C o 

April 23 — University of Georgia... o 

April 24 — University of Georgia.... 10 




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VARSITY BASKET-BALL TEAM 

1917-18 

HnwELL Pkacuck. Coaih 
\V. B. KiNLAW, Manager 

C. G. TennEnt, Cat lain ^''f' Ciuard 

VV. R. CuTHBERTSON RiyM Guard 

B. B. LlIPFERT Center 

W. D. Carmichael, Jr Left l-orn'ard 

P. F. Lynch Lejt Guard 

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BASKET-BALL 



HE season 1917-18 opened up with tlie brightest prospects for Carolina in many years. 
Altho Captain Tennent was the only letter man to report for practise, when the call 
was made early in the fall, a number of promising new men and scrubs from the last 
year's squad were in evidence. 

Gwynn, Cuthbertson, Hodges, Ravenel, Perry, and Lynch were ready to conlnne their 
training again under Coach Peacock. Carmichael, Durham High; Liipfert, Winston-Sa'em ; 
and Morris, Guilford College, were some of the new candidates for the team. 

Captain Tennent took charge of the squad during the early fall practise, and applied 
Coach Peacock's methods, eliminating as far as possible the higli-school "stuff" evident in tlie 
new players. 

The teairi soon crystalized with Liipfert at center. Lynch and Perry, forwards, and Ten- 
nent and Cuthbertson, guards. Two practise games were played with the Durham V. M. C. A. 
quintet, and the Varsity easily won, by superior team work — 63-21, and 42-35. 

Coach Peacock took over the team after Christmas, and began a rigorous practise. Perry 
left College, and Carmichael took his place at forward. Shortly after this change, tue team 




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met Georgia, one of the best teams in the South, and won 36-^7. in the prettiest game ever 
played at the University. 

After the Georgia game tliere was a shimp. and the team won several games by a mere 
margin. After the Virginia trip, which was somewhat disastrous — Carolina losmg three 
games — the team returned with a fight unequalcd before, and swept Davidson, Guilford, and 
South Carolina from the floor. 



THE SCORES 

Durham V. M. C. .A 13 

Durham Y. M. C. A 24 

Emory and Henry 21 

Georgia 27 

Elon 25 

Elon 2S 

Guilford 24 

Lynchburg Athletic Club 38 

Virginia 45 

Guilford 10 

Davidson 22 

South Carolina 21 

Opponents _ - 287 



North Carolina 60 

Xorth Carolina 44 

North Carolina 63 

North Carolina 36 

North Carolina 29 

North Carolina 21 

North Carolina 2S 

North Carolina 23 

North Carolina 35 

North Carolina 31 

North Carolina 28 

North Carolina 58 

North Caro'ina - 462 



Carolina won nine of her twelve gafnes. Lynch led the team with sixty-four field and 
twenty-nine foul goals, making 157 points. Carmichael followed with f'fty-four fie'd and 
one foul goal, netting 109 points : Liipf ert at center scored thirty-nine field and two fori 
goals, crediting him with eighty points. Tennent got thirty-two field goals, or si.xty-four 
points: and Cuthbertson scored eleven goals, or twenty-two points. Substitute players scored 
fifteen goals, or thirty points. 

Carolina forwards scored 135 goals, while the forwards of all opposing teams scored 
seventy-five. Tennent and Cuthbertson secured forty-three goals, to the thirteen of all 
opposing guards. 

The real success of the team can not be determined by facts and figures. The passing 
game was followed closely. Individual starring was unknown, but the whole team worked 
together as an effective fighting unit. Lynch played close to the goal, while Carmichael ran 
the floor. Tennent played a running guard, leaving Cuthbertson to cover the entire lerntory 
at times. Liipfert was the hardest worker on the team, running the floor during every min- 
ute of play. 

The season's success: the fast, clean, aggressive style of playing: and the enthusiasm of 
the players was due entirely to Coach Howell Peacock. Carolina has never had a more 
efficient coach, a cleaner and more sportsmanlike leader than Peacock. 

Lynch. Liipfert, Carmichael. and Cuthbertson were awarded letters, and Tennent a star. 




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TRACK TEAM 



Gordon CrowELL .---" - Manager 

F. R. Farthing! Captain 

Dr. Kent Brown £oach 

York Gooding 

Ravenel Martin 

Tatum Herty 

ROVALL NiMS 

RiMMER Bryant 

Davis Williams 

Wood Jordan 

Grandin Hatcher 



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APTAIX FARTHIN'G began plans for the track season shortly after returning to 
College. In the fall. Carolina won events in various track meets, and seemed to be 
starting on a really exceptional year; for. while "Bill" Folger \vas dashing across 
Virginia's goal line for a touchdown that brought the Tarheels victory, L. M. 
Upchurch, star long-distance runner, was adding another victory to his long list of successes 
by winning the individual trophy cup for the five-mile run at Raleigh. He made the run in 
twenty-six minutes and thirty seconds, Totten and Crissman also represented the University 
in this meet. 

In the Annual State Intercollegiate Cross Country Run, held at A. and E. College in 
Xovember, Carolina representatives won the meet, Upchurch securing first p'ace in the five- 
mile run, with a record of twenty-five minutes. A. and E. took second place; Davidson, 
third : and Wake Forest, fourth. 

With the first warm days of spring, one of the largest number of track aspirants on 
record began to kick up the cinders. Dr. Kent Brown was secured as Coach. An attractive 
schedu'e, including itieets with Washington and Lee, Virginia, and different colleges of the 
State, was under way, and everytliing pointed toward an eventful track season. But just 
then came the call for men at Oglethorpe. Over half of the Senior Class responded. Webb, 
Rand, and Upchurch were aiuong those who left. 

"Four hundred Carolina men report for military training," a headline appearing in Thc 
Torhccl spells the story. All athletics suffered ; but Track especially. The schedule was 
entirely abandoned, and the numerous candidates chose the more novel activity of military 
drill. Upchurch and Minis were awarded letters, and Gordon Crowell a manager's 
mono.aram. 





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TENNIS TEAM 



W. C. Fktmster. Jr. 



H. W. Pri.nxe, Caftain 
P. F. Lynch 



H. V. P. Wilson, Jr. 



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Dr. R, B. Lawson Physical Director 

R. E. DeverEaux Instructor 

S. F. Ravenel Instruclor 

MEMBERS OF TEA:^I 
Butt, I. H. Ravexei.. S. F. 

CrOWELL. R. J. WiESON, W. G. 

Devereaux, R. E. Rendeeman, D. A. 

Jones, Z. V. B. Siddall, R. S. 

Lynch, P. P. Travis, L. G. 



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



C. T. \Vooi.i.F,.\ 
Chainiiaii. and Graduate Manager 



Dr. C. S. Mangum 
Facnlty Rct'rcsrntatk; 



A. M. COATES 
Frcsidrnt of Athlctii: .Issociation 



G. D. Holding 
Manager Baseball Team 



Ray Armstrong 
Manager Football Team 



W. B. KiNLAW 

Manager Basket-Ball Team 



\V. .M. York 
Manager Track Team 



C. G. Tennent 
Editor of "Tlie Tarheel'' 



C. B. Holding 
Re /yresen tat ife-at- Large 



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GREATER COUNCIL 



W. M. York 
J. S. Tkrrv 
C, P. Spruill 
R. A. Spaugh 
K. Kato 

A. M. COATES 



C. M. Hazelhurst 

S. R. NORRIS 

M. B. Fowler 
C. G. Tennent 

R. S. SiDDAI.L 

G. E. Brookshire 



L. Hodges 
G. L. Carrington 
J. T. Morgan 
H. D. CooLEY 
A. M. Scales 
F. R. Lowe 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 

\V. M. York President 

C. H. Hazei.hufst Sceretary 

C. P. Spruill President Sophomore Class 

R. S. SitiDALL Representative from Mcdiciti School 

yi. B. Fowi.ER Represeiitatii-e from Law Sehoid 

C. G. TfiNNKN'T Representatii'c at Lari/e 

G. E. BrookshirK Representati'c'e from Pharmaey School 

A. M. CoATEs Jiepresentative elected by the Council 




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liliEATlXG COUNCll. 



DEBATING COUNCIL 



York. W. M... 
COATES, A. M. 



..President 
..Secretary 



Eaton, W. C. 
Baggett, J. V. 



Stevenson, W. H. 
Williams, R. D. 




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DI SOCIETY 



AllERNATHV. O. M. 

Adams, \V. M. 
Allen, W. M. 
Anderson, W. B. 
Andrews, W, H. 
Andrews, W. P. 
Armi'ield, B. M. 
Armstrong, Ray 
Bailey, W, 
Berryhill, \V. R. 

BlNKLEY, \V. G. 

Blythe, W. L. 
Bobbitt, W. H. 
Boren, X. A. 
Boyd, C. T. 
Brawley. T. J. 
Bristol, H. C. 
Brown, C. L. 
Bryant, C. S. 
burdick, e. j. 



HULL 
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ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Caitey, B. F. 
Cashatt, C. E. 
Chappell, L. M. 
Cone, B. 
Cook, J. L. 
costner, w. v. 
Crawi-ord, G. D. 
Crowell, R. J. 
cummings, e. o, 
De,nxy, E. B. 
Duncan, E. F, 
Durham, I. W. 
Eaton, J. C. 
Eaton, W, C. 
Edwards, C, F, 
Evans, E. H. 
Everett, H. S. 
Feimster, W, C. 
Forney, O, G, 
Foster, J. W. 



Fowi.KK. C. W. 
Francis, W. R. 
Fraziek, R. H. 
Fry, R, F. 
Gibson, E, H, 
Groves, E. E. 
GWYNN, J. M, 
Gwvnn, R, B. 
Hankins, J. J. 
Hardee, C. J. 
Harden, B. 
Harris, J. C. 
Henson, H. F. 
Hodges, L. H. 
hoffner, b. l. 
Hoyle, C. a. 
Hudson, W, P. 
Hurley, F. L. 
Ingram, O, D. 
John, F. B. 



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John SOX, R. M. 
Jones, H. A. 
joyner, c. r. 
Kato, K. 

KiNCAID, H. G. 

koonts, h. v. 
Landis, C. B. 
Leatherwood, D. E. 
Leonard, C. T. 

LiNEBERGER, A. C. 

Linker, J. B. 
LllPFERT. B. B. 
Lowe, F. R. 
Marsh, H. E. 
Martin. E. H. 
Martin, P. 
Mastin, E. O. 
Maynard, R. a. 

MOBLEY, N. 

Monroe, C. R. 
Moody, R. M. 
Neiman, E. 
Norment, W. B. 
Ogburn, S. C. 
Owens, A. B. 
Patterson, M. H. 
Patton, W. R. 
Patton, ]. \V. 



Pegram, G. C. 
Pell, A. H. 
Pence. J. J. 
Penney. L. G. 
Perkins, G. C. 
Person, J. A. 
Phillips, C. W. 
POAG, J. D. 
Porter, G. B. 
poston, j. l. 
Powell, C. P. 
Price. R. E. 
Price. W. E. 
Ran son, P. J. 
Reid, S. L. 
Rendleman, D. a. 
Renegar, H. C. 
Rhyne, J. J. 
Ridge, C. B. 

RiGLER. F. V. 

Roeeins, G. B. 
Rondthalbjr, T. E. 
schiffman, a. a. 
Scott, H. A. 
Shaw, J. D. 
SiPE, B. W. 
Smith, R. O. 
Smith, W. P. 



Spainhour, J. F. 
Spann, L. L. 
Spaugh, R. a. 
Stack. A. M. 
Stimpson, R. T. 
Stockton, R. ^L 
Stokes, T. D. 
Taylor, T. C. 
Tennent, C. G. 
Terry, H. S. 
Terry, J. S. 
Thies, K. E. 
Van XoppEN, D. 
Vogler, C. L. 
Von Cannon, C. H. 
Ward, W. F. 
Warrick, E. 
Welch, O. B. 
Williams, R. D. 
Willis,- S. h. 
Wolfe, T. C. 
Wright, A. B. 
Wright, O. E. 
wunsch, w. r. 
York, W. M. 
YouNCE, G. a. 
Young, A. C. 
Young, R. L. 



Bannery. A. C. 
Crissman, C. F. 
Eagle. W. W. 
Farthing. F. R. 



INACTIVE MEMBERS 

JoBE, L. H. 
Markham, B. 
Morrison, W. F. 
NiMs. H. 



Parks. R. W. 
Ravenel, S. F. 
Smithey. I. W. 
Weathers. B. 




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PHILANTHROPIC LITERARY SOCIETY 

ROI.L 



Abeul, E. S. 
Abernathy. C. L. 

ASHBY, C. L. 

Banzet, J. E. 
Brooks, F. P. 
Cooper, C. M. 
Cooper, L. M. 
Dei. MAR, G. L. 
DupREE, B. O. 
dcvall, j. j. 
Edmundson. H. 
EuRE, T. A. 



FRESHMEN" 

Gardner, \V. A. 
Grant, D. L. 
HOFLER, R. H. 
Harpfj*, F. M. 
Hudson, O. \V. 
Hayes, N. P. 
Hicks, J. B. 
Hooker, E. A. 
Jernigam, M. 
Kerr, J. H. 
McKensie, a. L. 
Massenburc, J. S. 
Naiman, B. 



-M. 



Owens, W. H. 
purrington, a. l,. 
Roberts, B. W. 
Sawyer, B. 
Shine. W. H, 
Pollock, P. B. 
Taylor, G. E. 
Taylor, J. W. 
Wilson, L. G. 
woodall. w, r. 

WiLKINS, A. B. 

Worth iNXTON, S. O, 



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Aniikf.ws, W. H. 
Babb, J. S. 
Brown, B. C. 
Bullock, A. R. 

CrNXIXGHAM, O. R. 

Daniel. D. 
Davis, R. M. 
dorsettk, r. c. 
Der-vam, W. E. 
Hawkins, D. A. 
Hill, M. a. 
Ipock, T. T. 



SOPHOMORES 

Jarman, L. W. 

KiTTRELL, T. S. 

Lee, S. M. 
Lewis, W. F. 
^lartin, h. e. 
^LAssEv, C. C. 
Moore. O. E. 
XORRIS, J. E. 
Nichols, W. J. 
Odom, H, K. 
Pace, T. L. 
Payne, F. L. 



Pearson, J. R. 
Phillips, R. F. 
Pittman, J. C. 
Ray. F. O. 
Sloa-n, D. D. 
Smith, R. C. 
Stone, ^L B. 
Stone, M. L. 
Topping, D. D. 
Umstead, L. W. 
White, E. E. 
Wilson, R, H. 



AvcncK. J. L. 
BOLING, R. W. 
Gibson, T. G. 
GoouiNG, X. G. 



JUXIORS 
Hazf.lhurst, C. ;\L 

HOFLER, p. L. 

Jenkins, E. B. 
Merritt, E. S. 
Miles, F. G, 



Pakker. J. T. 
Sexton, J. W. 
Smith, H. G, 
Williamson, W. H. 



Baggett, T. V. 
Carr, L. 

COATES, A. M. 

Cooper. E. T. 



SENIORS 

Cox, H. a. 

Griffin, E. A. 
Lay, G, B. 
iL\DRY, R. W. 



WiLKINS, T. C. 



Oettinger, a. 
Steele. W. T. 
Stephenson. W. H, 
Thomas. B. H. 
Wilson. H. V. 



Harrington, C. L. 
Lynch, P. F. 
Lynch. P. P., Jr. 



TuWLEK. I. B. 



INACTIVE MEMBERS 

McMillan, W. D. 
Maxwell, R. C. 
Mfrty, C. H. 



Proctor, I. G. 
Salmon, N. M. 
Schwartz, I. 



Washburn, J. P. 



Dr. O. E. Brown 
Prof. P. H. Daggett 
Prof. Didlake 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Prof. N. Foerster 
Prof. J. H. Hanford 
Prof. C. F. Keyes 



Prof. Edgar Long 
Dr. John R. Mott 
Prof. R. H. Thornton 




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1. M. C. A. CABINET 

OFFICERS 

\Y. T. Steele President 

W, R. WuNscH J'ice-Presideiit 

\V. H. Stephenson Secretary 

T. E. R0XDTHAI.ER Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Armstrong. Rav de Rosset, R. C. JiIobuev, X. Rondthaler, T. E. 

BvNUM, J. C. Duncan, E. F. Xfjman, E. Spaugh. R. A. 

Holing, R. \V. Davis, C. Oettinger, A. Stephenson, W. H. 

Clarvoe, F. a. Gooding, N. G. Owens, G. Sawyer, J. P. 

CoATEs, A. U. Hazelhurst, C. iM. Phillips, C. Stevens. H. D. 

Crissman, C. F. Hodges, L. Phillips. R. F, Stockton, R. M. 

CuTHBERTsoN, W, R, JoHNsoN, W. B. Price, R. E. Texnent, C. G. 

Casgatt, C. E. Koonts, H. V. Parker, I. F. Thayer. R. 

Williams, R. D. Wlnsch. \V. R. York. \V. M. 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 




THE YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



mHE V. M. C. A. is an inter-dcnominational wcjrking union of college men. who believe 
that the free, the wholesome, and the complete life is the normal ideal of the normal 
university man, and who believe that in Christ is found the inspiration and strength 
to achieve that ideal. The spirit tliat has dominated the Association during the past 
collegiate year can best be shown by a brief resume of its activities. Its interests have 
ranged from "Rebuilding Civilization" to the return of a lost raincoat to its owner: from a 
series of meetings on social service by Dr. Harry Ward to the exchange of second-hand 
books : from the study of the missionary fields of .\sia to the instruction of the negroes of 
Chapel Hill. 

The Y. M. C. .\. lias served. There is no part of college life nor of community life 
that has not felt its influence. Even before reaching the Hill, the Freshman was greeted 
by a V. M. C. A, handbook. When he arrived at L'niversity station, lie was met by men 
who were sent out by the Y. M. C. A. for that purpose. And all during the year the .Asso- 
ciation has manifested the same keen interest in its new men. 

Thru the Lost and Found Bureau, the Self-Help Department, and tlie Secoiid-Hand 
Book E.xchange. the Y. M. C. .A. has served the students ; thrue the weekly religious meetings, 
it has proved an opportunity for knowing college life and the temptations of college life, 
higher standards and ideals, and principles that should guide a man in tlie choice of a life 
work ; thru the Lyceum Department, the Y. M. C. -\. has offered clean and wholesome 
amusements; thru the Rural, the Community, and the Imlustrial Departmenls. the Associa- 
tion has given to the students the opportunity to serve — to go out into the highways and 
liedges. to carry there the L'niversity spirit. 

In short, the Y. M. C. A. during the past year has 1)een up to L'niversity standard. 

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BUNCOMBE COUNTY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

R. J. CkowEll President 

H. D. Stevens I ice-President 

F. T. Thompson Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

R. L. NoRBURX I. S. Howell L. E. Sluder 

R. S. Harris 1. M. Horner C. G. Tennent 

J. C. Arbogast b. .M. Hodges, Jr. C. F. Toms, Jr. 

A. C. Ambler V. E. Iohnson C. F. Homs, Jr. 

C. D. Beers J. Y. Jordan F. W. Turnbull 

G. E. Brookshire R. p. Jorda.»j E. O. Roberta 

E. J. BuRDicK R. B. McKee K. L. Walton 

C. I. Hardee J. P. Sawyer W. W. Candler 
R. H. Sawyer 



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FORSYTHE COUNTY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

PFAFF, C. R - - President 

STOCKTON. R. M \ice-President 

VOGLER, C. L _ _ Secretary -Treasurer 



EATON, T. C 

VOGLER, C. G. 
RONDTHALER, 

COOK, J, L 

WRIGHT, A. li.. 



COMMITTEE ON COUNTY PUBLICATION 



BINKLEV, W. G. 
I3RAME, P. F. 
COOK, J. L. 
CUMMINGS, A. T. 
EATON, J. C. 
EATON, W. C. 
FRY, R. F. 
FEARRINGTON. J. C. P. 



MEMBERS 
FULTON, H. E. 
GIBSON, E. IL, TR, 
IIANKINS, J. 1. 
IIKNRY. R. P.' 
HOLLAND, N. A. 
LIIPFERT. B. B. 
LIIPFERT, F. I. 
LOWE, F. R. 
MARTIN, A. M. 



.MECUM, E. J. 
OGBURN, R. E. 
OGBURX. S. C. 
PATTERSON, M. H. 
PFAFF. C. R. 
POWELL. C. 1-. 
PORTER. G. B. 
POINUENTER, W. 
ROBERSON, I. F. 



Manager 
Manager 



RODDICK. C. S. 
RONDTHALER. T. 
SHAPIRO. M. 
SPAUGH. R. A. 
STOCKTON. R. M. 
\OGLER, C, L. 
WRIGHT. A. E. 
WRIGHT, O. E. 




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GASTON COUNTY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

E. E. Groves President 

S. L. Reid ( 'iee-Presideii t 

E. C. SiPE Treasurer 

T. J. Brawley ., Seeretary 

MEMBERS 
Ray Armstrong R. M. Johnson E. L. Moss 

C. T. Boyd Gordon Kincaid H. C. Nims 

Plato Durham A. C. Lineeerger Ralph Rankin 

Miss Louisa Reid Jennings Rhyne 



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GUILFORD COUNTY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

XoRMAN A. BoREN President 

Ben Cone Vice-President 

Hilton G. West Secretary-Treasurer 

Robert FkazuCr \orth Carolina Club Rcprcscntati'c'C 

MEMBERS 

Barnes. D. T. Fokuham. E. H. Ridge. C. B. 

Bexcini. R. B. Fowlkr, C. \V. Rives. Earle E. 

Beair. C. D, Fokxev. O. F. .Scales. Miss Elizabeth 

BoREN, X. A. Frazier, R. H. Schikeman, A. A. 

BuRTE.N. C. W. Hendricks, J. H. Southers. R. H. 

BiuDLE. R. M. Ingram. L. M. Van Noppen. D. 

Cakfev. B. F. Jones. H. A. West. H. G.' 

Cashatt, C. a. Leonard. C. T. Williams. R. D. 

Cone, B. McXairv, J. I,. Willis. S. H. 

DoNNELL Borden Cobb Milton, L.' V. York, W. M. 

Pin NIX, K. L. 




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NASH -EDGECOMBE COUNTY CLUB 
* 

OFFICERS 

H. D. C001.EY I'irsidi-iit 

S. T. Thornf, I'lcc-Prcsidcnl 

G. Vestal Secretary-Treasurer 

W. P. Battle Press Correspondent 

MEMBERS 

VV. H, Andrews R. M. Davis E. B. Jenkins J. \V. Sexton 

J. E. Baker T. P. Dawson T. E. Jollv H. T. Smith 

D. Brantley B. A. Fountain W. B. Kinlaw H. M. Taylor 

H. Brantley B. E. Folntain R. G. Rukfin B. H. Thomas 

A. T. Thorpe 



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PITT COUNTY CLUB 



C. L. Hakringtox. 



..President 



.MEMBERS 



S. C. Barwick 
A. L. WooTEx 
A. S. BvxuM 

S. O. WORTHINGTOX 

W. F. Stokes 



G. D. Maxning 

J. B. BUXTING 

L. M. James 
I. S. FicklEx 
W. H. Hooker 



Dr. W. S. Berxard 




1918 YACKETY YACK 




RICHMOND COimTY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

W. E. Thomas, Jp President 

J. S. TiiRRY Si'crchiry 

\V. C. Leak. Jr Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

J. J. Pencf, a. McIxtosh 

W, L. Cajmpbelu W. C. Leak, Jr. 

\V. E. Thomas. Jr. Frank Smith 

J. S. Terry H. S. Everett 

H. S. Terry D. L. Scarborough 

J. j\L Staxsil 



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WAKE COUNTY CLUB 



rple and White 
Offii 



: Wicleawa 
"The Wake 



Flower: Wild Irish Ros. 



County Cltib Bulle 



OFFICERS 

W. H. STEPHENSON President 

G. B. HOLDING Vice-President 

R. W. BOLING Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 
ARNOLD. D. C. BVFFALOE, T. M. HOLLOWAY. J. K. PAYNE, F. L. 

ASHBY, C. L. CARPFXTKR. (I. L. TOHNSON, A. T. PEARSON. 1. R. 

AvcocK, T. L. cr.wrxcn AM. o. r. l.vy, miss e. a. piiii.lips. 'r. f. 

HARBEE. HARRY DKW AK. W li. LAY, GEORGE SCIIW.XRTZ. T. 

BARBER. T. M. EIIM r \ I >,s(i N. H. I.OVE. I. W. STEPHENSON. W. H. 

BAILEY. WM.. IR. H.VRPER. F. M.. IR. LYNCH. P. F. SWAII. W. T. 

lilCKETT. WILLIAM HARPER. W. T. ' LYNCH. P. P. TOWLER. I. B. 

BOLING, R. W. HARRISON. T. P., IR. .McKIMMON, HUGH WHITING.' B. S. 

BONNER, J. H. HOLniNG, C. B. MAXWELL, R, C. WILLIAMSON, A. R. 

HOLDING, G. D. NORRIS, J. E. 




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THE COOP 



* 

OFFICERS 



FoY Bakes- 
Tom Jones.. 



..Lord Hii/h Cluiiiccllor of the Dishmg 
-Issistant Lord High Chonccllor 



MEMBERS 



Sydney Allen 
William Bailey 
Harry BarbEE 
Edward Bizzell 
William Blount 
Heartt Bryant 
Victor Bryant 
Sam Calvert 
Don NELL Cobb 



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Da\e Cooper 
Elliott Coopkr 
Don Daniel 
Worth Daniels 
Robert deRosset 
Plato Durham 
Keppel Faulkener 
James Ficklen 
Allen Gant 
Travis 



Elliott Granuin 
Leo Harvey 
Clem Holding 
Graham Holding 
Robert Jones 
Boyd Kimball 
Bingham McKee 
Julian McIver 
Dillon Morris 

Stanley 



Ralph Ogburn 
Jennings Pemberton 
Jack Powell 
Roger Siddall 
Arthur Spaugh 
Ralph Stockton 
' Josh Tayloe 
Ras Taylor 
Adam Thorp 
Travis 



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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 




PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



W. BailEv, President Beta Theta Pi 

R. M. Stockton, Secretary Delta Kappa Epsilon 

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R. C. dE RossET Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

D. B. Kimball Kappa Sigma 

J. \Y. G. PowELi Zeta Psi 

D. B. Cobb Kappa Alpha 

S. R. XoRRis Phi Delta Theta 

J. S. FicklEx Sigma Nu 

W. H. Stephenson Sigma Chi 

C. M. Hazelhurst Pi Kappa Phi 

F. C. Smith Pi Kappa Alpha 

J. D. PoAG.-. Alpha Tan Omega 




1918 YACKETY YACK 



DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

Founded at Vale. 1S44 

Colors: Blue, Gold, and Crimson Pi'ci.ication : Delta Kal^l^a Epsilon Quarterly 

Xunilicr of Chapters : 4J 

•t 

BETA CHAPTER OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

Established 1S51 
FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
W'li.r.iAM MoRTox Dev Francis Preston VenablE 

FRATRES IX URBE 
Ur. j. S. Cramer 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Cliiss of igiS 
William Trabue Steele Charles Holmes Hertv, Jr. 

Ralph Madiso.n Stockton Thomas Pejirin Harrison, Jr. 

Ckus of 1919 

ClIAULES WoRTLEY BaIN DavIU AlE.XANDER CoOPER 

Class of 19S0 
William A. Blount, Ir., Jr Iames EnwARu Down )OH>i Gilliam Proctor 

John Stuart Crammer Robert P.vrRicK Henry Claude Clinton Ramsay 

Worth Bagley Daniels Francis Julius Lhpfert Henry David Stevens 

Augustus Zollicokeer Travis Edward Morris Whitehead 

Mciticinc 
Arthur Chase Ambler 




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BETA THETA PI 

Founded at Miami University, 1839 



Colors : Pink and Blue 



Flower : Rose 



Publication : Beta Theta Pi 

Number of Chapters: 79 

4- 

ETA BETA CHAPTER OF BETA THETA PI 

Established 1852; Inactive 1859; Re-established 1889 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
Alvik Sawyer Wheeler Kent James Brown 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of iQlS 

William BailEv Graham Davis Holding 

Clem Boltox Holding Robert Bingham McKee 

Class of 1919 
Wm. Reynolds CuthbErtson Robert Haines Frazier 

Class of 1920 
Leo Heartt Bryant AllEn Morris Martin 

Elliot Culver Grandin Rufus Arthur Spaugh 

Medicine 
Roger Shore Siddall 




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918 YACKETY YACK 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Founded at University of Alali;nn:i. 1856 

Colors: Old Gold and Purple Flower: Violet 

PunLiCATiux : The Kcan-d luuI I'lii .lll^lui ( Secret I 
Number of Chapters : 8J 

•*• 

\7 CHAPTER OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSH^ON 

Established 1857 
FRATRES IX FACL'LTATE 
EiiwAKii KiiinEK Graham W'ii.ijam WhatlEv Pearson, Jr. 

Vi:kNu\ Howell Axukkw Huwkll Patterson 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 
Class of igiS 

RORERT COWAX DE ROSSE.T FrANK BELL JoHN 

Samuel Fitzsimmoxs RavEXEL 

Class (1/ ;y;9 

Fraxk Durham Bell Irvix Wehb Durham 

Walter C<inxor Feimster. Jr. 

Class of w^i) 

Robert Xor.m.vx HardEx \Vii.i.l\.\i .\ile,x Rovall 

Eiiwi.x Emersox White, 




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Color: White 



ZETA PSI 

Founded at New York University. 1858 

PuBLfCATiox : The Circle of Zcta Psi 
Number of Chapters: Twenty-Four 



EPSILON CHAPTER OF ZETA PSI 

Established 1858 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
George Howe CiiakuCs Staples Mangum 

FRATRES IX L'XIVICRSITATE 

Class of ;y;.S' 
Victor Sit.as Brvaxt, Jr. Elliott Tuxstall Cooper 

Class of iQH) 
JoH.v Lee Avcock Samiel James Cal\i'.kt 

John Wm. Ciokdon Powell 

Class of 19 JO 
Calvert Rogers Toy 

Medicine 
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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Foi\iided at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 

Colors ; Old Gold and Sky Blue Fi.owek : White Tea Rose 

Puci.iCATiiix ; The Pciliii 

Number of Chapters: Sixty-Three 



ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Established 1879 

FRATRES I\ FACULTATE 
Eugene Cunnixgham Bka.nsun Atwei.i. Campbkli. McIxtosh 
Thomas James W'li.sox, Jk. 

FRATRES IX URBE 

Robert Strange MacRaf. James Sol'therlaxd Patterson 

Edgar Willis Tlrlingtox 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of 191S 
Hexrv Vax Peters Wilson. Jr. William Doi-galu MacMillax. HI 

Class of igig 

James Danis Poag Erasml's Hervv Evans Tayixr 

Ju:-;:AN BallINCER HesTER 

Class of /pj"!) 
Allen Erwin Gant Robert Alexander Ross 

William Keppel Fallkxer Loris ue Rosset MacMillax 

Wn.LIA.M XELSON PoiNUEXTER, Jr. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded at Wasliington and Lee, 1865 

Colors: Old Gold and Crimson Flowers: Red Rose and Magnolia 

Publications: Kap!^ii Alj^lui Jnuiinil and S/'ccial Mcssi-iujcr (Secret) 

EPSILON CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA 

Established 1881 

FRATRES IX FACLXTATE 
Joseph Gregoire de Roulhac Hamilton' Lucius Polk McGehee 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 
Class of igju 
Ralph Belo Ogburn Harry Barbee Richarh Staneord Travis 

Donald Snead Daniel Svdnev Broaddus Allen Pekrv Carlvle Toiilin 



DoNNELL Borden Cobb 



Medicine 



Howell Benjamin Peacock 




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1918 YACKETY YACK 



PHI DELTA THETA 



Founded at !Miami University. 1848 



Colors : Argent and Azure 



Flower : White Carnation 



Publications: Scroll and Pallad'non 



BETA CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA THETA 

Established 1S84 

FRATRES IX FACl'LTATE 
Thomas Felix Hickerson Wilma.m Stanley Bernard 

Richard Hurt Thornton John Marcellus Steadman 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of 19 iS 

Charles Gaillard Tenne,nt 

Class of 1919 
Orpheus Evans Wright 



Frank Ertel Carlvle 
Ichaboi) Mayo Little 



Class of 1920 
Wh,liam Webb Xeal 



James Bryan Griswold 



RuFus Theodore Lenoir, Jr. William Franklin Snider 



Walter Lynch Lenoir 



Charles French Toms, Jr. 



Mcdiduc 
William Bernard Kinlaw William Banks De.wak 



Samuel Royal Xorris 



DwiGHT Brantley 



Laiu 
Andrew Bert Schlichter 
Harold Dunbar CoolEy 



Carl Robinson 




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SIGMA NU 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 
Colors; Black, White, and Old Gold 

Ppeijcation : Delta 
Number of Cliapters ; Seventy-Two 



FuowKK : White Rose 



PSI CHAPTER OF SIGMA NU 

Established 1888 



FRATRE IX FACULTATE 
William de BernierE MacXider Archibald Henderson 



FRATRES IN URBE 
Charles Emery 



FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE 



Class of 1919 
James Skinner Ficklen 

Class of 1920 



Joshua Tavloe 



Plato Durham 




UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 





1918 YACKETY YACK 



SIGMA CHI 

Founded at Miami University, 1855 

Colors: Gold and Azure Fi.nwER: White Rose 

Publications: Sigma Chi Qiturloiy and Sigma Chi Bullrtiii (Secret) 

Xumber of Chapters: Seventy-One 

ALPHA TAV CHAPTER OF SIGMA CHI 

Established iSSg 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
John Wavnf, LaslEv 

FRATRES TX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of igiS 

William Hk.kmas Stephenson 

Class of 19 1 9 
Daniel Merritt Hoiices, Jr. George Leichton Grantham Harry Gillespie Smith 

Class of 1920 
Henry Cowles Bristol Samuel Hunter Reams Rorert Fletcher Phillips 

James William Haves, Jr. George Watts King Brainarh Svdnor Whiting 

lS,lcdicinc 
Douglas Beaman Darden Theodore Wilson Folsom Rov Bowman McKnight 



/.(7;t> 



William Ellis Thomas, Jr. 



Lawrence IMltnsey Ingram 




UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 





1918 YACKETY YACK 



KAPPA SIGMA 

Founded at University of Rologne. 1400; at University of Virginia, 1F67 

Coi,ORs : Scarlet, White, and Emerald Green Fi.owkr : Lily of the Valley 

Publications: Cadiucus and Slur and Crcsiciit (Secret) 

Number of Chapters : Eighty-three 



ALPHA MV CHAPTER OF KAPPA SIGMA 

Established i?i)3 
FRATRES IX FACL'LTATE 



John Grover Bearh 
Charles Thomas Woolen 



Marcus Cicero Stephens Xoble 
Sturgis Elleno Leavitt 



FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE 

CUiss of igiS 

DuRE-,LE Eovi) Kimball 

Cliiss of lyig 
Cecrce Dillon Morris 



Class of igjo 
Marcus Euwaru Bizzell, Jr. Leo Heaktt Har\ev 

Robert DuVal Jones, Jr. 



William Berry Thompson 



M edicine 
Floyd Pugh Wooten 




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1918 YACKETY YACK 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded at University of Virginia, 1868 

Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Publications: The Shield and Duimond and The Dagger and Key (Secret) 

Xumber of Chapters: Forty-Five 

TAV CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Established 1895 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
George McFarland McKie Gustavus Auolphus Harrar 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Chtss of 191S 

James Erwin IMontcomery Marvin" Russell Robeins Hugh Williamson Prince 

Class of 19 19 
Charles Sylvester Roddick Robert Russell Horner Euwin Samuel Lindsey 



Artie Glenn Holt 



Class of 1920 
Houston Spencer Everett Thomas Lilly Pace 



Medieine 
GoRDON Bryan Crowell Harrv Grim mftt Hunter Frank Carlton Smith 

Laii' 
Henry Daniel Litaker 




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PI KAPPA PHI 

Founded at College of Charleston, 1904 

Colors: Gold and Wliite Flower: Ked Kose 

Pliblications: Tlic Stai- and Lamp and 77/r Sci'oll (Secret) 



KAPPA CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA PHI 

Establslied 1914 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of 1 91 8 

Rupert Johnson Crowell Elbert Aloxzo Grifein Richard Leonidas Young 

Class of igig 

Frank Auld ClarvoE Fei'e Carnie Bvnum Xorman Ralph Pippin 

Charles Mortimer Hazelhurst 



Xathan Mobley 



Class of i9?o 
Commodore Clarence Chinnis Gordon Perry Spruill 



William Gilliam Wilson 




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ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

(CHEMICAL) 

Founded at University of Wisconsin, IQOJ 

Colors : Prussia Blue and Chrome Yellow Flower : Red Carnation 

Publication : The Ilcyatioii 

Xumber of Cliapters : Twenty-Four 




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RHO CHAPTER OF ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

Established 1912 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
James Ml'nsie Bell Ai.vin Sawvkk Francis Preston Venable 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Cliiss of igiS 

Charles Holmes Hertv, Jr. Ralph. Hortun Rimmer Benjamin Lacv .Meredith 

J. P. Sawyer, Jr. Eduarh Philip Wood 

Class of 19 19 
Thomas Pugh Dawson Reuben Holmes Sawyer Harry Gillespie Smith 

JosiAH Stockton Murray 



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PHI CHI 

(MEDICAL) 

FouiKled at Louisville Medical Scliool. 1893 

Colors: Green ami White Fi.owkh : Lily of The Valley 

PriM.iCATioN : Phi Chi OiKiiicrly 

SICMA THETA CHAPTER OF PHI CHI 

Established 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 

\Vm. DeBermere MacXiukr James Bell Bullitt 

FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class III igiS 



loilX MEKliEKT FlTZCEKALU 

William Baxks Dewar 
Roger Shoke Siuhall 
Robert Mathews 
Allan Carithers Banner 




Rll^■ liiiuMAN McX'ii.iiT 
William Bekxarii Kinlaw 
Akthiu Chase Amuler 

Im.oVIi I'fGH WooTEN 

Russel Osborne Lvuay 



Chiss of igiQ 
Shahane, Richardson Taylor Roi-.ert Euwarr Perry 

Theodore Winslow Folsom Frank Calvin Smith 

Douglass Eeamax Darden 



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1918 YACKETY YACK 




KARPI PSI 

(MEDICAL) 

F.mn.le.l May jn, iS;'! 

Colors: Red and Gray Flower: Red Carnatior 

Publications: '■TIk- .Ma^-k" icx^.tericl an.l ■■riic Agura" I esturiL- ) 

BETA XI CHAPTER OF KAPPA PSI 

ICstablislied igij 

FRATKKS l.\ FACL-l.-IATl-: 

Kdwar.l NiTUun Howell John Grover Heard 

FRATRICS IX LUHIC 

: . II. lUniiihill. M,n. lull Thomas Durham 

FRATKICS l.\ I'MVKRSITATK 

School of Pharmacy 

Class of 1918 

Guy Elliott lirookshire .le^.se Turlington Morgan 

Class of 1919 

Petei Joyner lirame. Jr. 

School of Medicine 

Class of 1920 

Ralph i:il.ert Brooks George \Va>hinglon lohuso.i Zebulon Kaird Vance Tones 

Alhert Lee O'Brieut William Isler Woolen 

Class of 1 92 1 

Sherrill Gaither Coriiening Glenn Raymer Frye Walter Edward Futrell 

Fred Robert Farthing VVaite Leonidas Lambert James Xorman Harney 

William Wilson Kirii Stephen Cannon Nowell, Jr. 



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1918 YACKETY YACK 




PHI BETA, KAPPA 

Foimdeil at William and Mary College. 1776 

ALPHA CHAPTER OF PHI BETA KAPPA {SORTH CAR<)LI\A) 

Established 1904 

H. E. Marsh , President 

J. B. Linker Sccrelnry 

T. j. Wii.sox, Jk Pcniuiiu-iil Treasurer 

MEMBERS IX FACL'LTV 

K. J. lluciwN. DickiuMiii M. il. Stacv, University of Xorth Caro- 

1.. I'. I'.uiiux. Vale lina, U)02 

J. 11. Ill 1.1.JTT, Washington and Lee i,; \v. Trui.i.xGToN. L'niversitv of Xorth 

II. \V. Ch.kse. Dartmouth Carolina. lyio 

W. C. CoKER. lohns Hopkins t- n t t- • r x- 1 ,^ 

,,. ,, ,-, ,: . . ' ,,. . . r. I. \ E.v.Ma.E. Lnivcrsitv of Xorth Caro- 

v\ . M. Dev. Lniversuy of \ irginia .. 

E. K. Gr.\h.\m. Cniversitv of Xorth 

Carolina. 1898 " "• ^^^''■'•- WagsT-me, Johns Hopkins 

E. .\. Greenlaw, X'orthwestern .\. W. W ai.ker. University of Xorth Caro- 
J. G. ueR. Hamilton, William and Mary lina. iix>3 

J. 11. Haneord, Rochester A. S. Wheeler, Harvard 

.\kCHUiALU Henderson, Universitv of i n w i' ■ • r \- ^, ,- 

Xor:h Carolina, 1S98 ' ^ /^- ^V"«'^. Lmversuy of Xorth Caro- 

C.Kunr.K Howe. Princeton '"'^' '^-''^ 

.1. W. Laslev. Univer,,ity of Xorth 1"- -'• WiLsox, Jr.. University of Xorth 

Cart)lina, igio Carolina. 1894 

MEMBERS IX UXIVERSITV 

('.. L. Carrington. 1913 II. E. Marsh j. M. Gwv.vn 

F. F. Braiishaw. igi6 J. B. Linker A. Oettinger 

W. W. Kirk. 1916 Ray Armstrong F. B. John 

L. G. Marsh, 1916 H. V. P. Wilson, Jr. E. Xeiman 

W. H. Stephenson C. H. Hertv, Jr. 



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TAU KAPPA ALPHA 

Kouiuled at Indianapolis. lyoS 

Colors: Light ami Uark Purpk- FriM.iCATKix : The Spcukcr of Tnu Kuf'/^n Alflu 

NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER OF TAU KAPPA ALPHA 

Established 1910 

FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
EuwARii KiiiuER Graham William Sta.ni.v Ber-vard 

FRATRES I.X UXIVERSITATE 

Class of 1916 
Frances Foster Brahshaw 

Class of igiS 
Albert McKinley Coates 



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Founded at Ui 



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ODD Nl MBER CHAPTER OF SIGMA UPSILON 

Established 1906 
FRATRES IX FACULTATE 
-nard Archibald Henderson 

Richard Hurt Thornton 
lohn .Manning Booker 
Edgar Willis Turlington 
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1918 
William Hernias Stephenson 
Tohn Skally Terrv 
Robert Cowan de Rosset 
Henry Van Peters Wilson. Jr. 

Class o£ 1919 
Frank Auld Claryoe 
Medicine 



Edward Ki. 
lieorije Mc 
John .\larce 



William Dougal 
William Trabuc 
Charles Gaillard 



Theodore Edward Rondthale 





1918 YACKETY YACK 




EPSILON PHI DELTA 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

Colors : Red and Blue 



KaZTO AlliARA, A.B. 

W'li.i.iAxi Parker A.nhrews 
Francis F. Bradshavv, A.B. 
Victor Sii.as Bryant, Jr. 

Al.LlERT McKl-NI.KV COATES 

X.vi'HAN Greene Gooding 
John Minor Gvvvnn 
Archibald Henderson, Ph.D. 
Luther Hartwell Hodges 
Kameichi Kato 
Her.man Faki. Marsh 
William Dvgnum Moss, A.B. 



l-jjii'i Schmidt Meuritt 
KiiiiSHi Xagano. A.B. 
^AsisiiiRo Xaito, A.B. 
.\l.llKUT Oeitixger 
\V. \V. PiERSox, Jr., Ph.D. 
Sami'El Leslie Reid 
Wn.Li.\M Hermas Stephenson' 
John Skallv Terrv 
Richard Hurt Thornton. A. ^L 
Henry McG. W.acstaee, Ph.D. 
William Rodwt Wunsch 
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James Bell Bullitt. M.D. 

John- Manning Booker, Ph.D. 

WiLLiA.M Morton Dev, Ph.D. 

Edward Kidder Graham. LL.D. 

F.iiW'iN Greenlaw. Ph.D. 

\\'iLi.i.\M DeBerniere MacXider. M.D. 

OLn-KR Towles, Ph.D. 

Charles Thomas Woollen 

.\rthlr Chase Ambler 

William Bailev. Jr. 



Samuel James Calvert 
DoNNEL BosDEN Cobb 
David Alexander Cooper 
James Skinner Ficklen 
DuRELLE BovD Kimball 
Robert Bingham McKeE 
Samiil Rovster Xorris 
John Willia.m Gordon Powell 
Riii.ER Shore Siddall 
R.\lfh Madison Stockton 



Adam Treuwell Thorp 




19 18 YA C K ET Y YA C K 



GOLDEN FLEECE 



Founded at University of Xorth Carolina, IQ04 



EuwARii Kidder Graham 



HOXORARY 



Henry Horace Williams 



Class of /poi 
Charles Thomas Woollen 

Class uf 19 1 1 
Elgar Willis Tl-rlincton 

Class of lyijt 
George Carrington 

Class of 1916 
Francis Foster Bradshaw 



Class of igiH 



Rav Armstrong 
Albert McKini.ev Coates 
Robert Cowan he Rossft 
Charles Holmes Herty, Jr. 



Joseph Burton Linker 
William Trabve Steele 
William Hermas Stephenson- 
Charles Gaillarh Tennent 



William Marvin ^'ork 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 





Dr. J. G. deR. Hamilton 
Ray Armstrong 
Francis F. Bradshaw 
Victor S. Bryant, Jr. 
Leo Carr 

Frank .\ri.ii Ci.ak\oe 
Albert McKinley Coates 
Robert Cowan de RossET 



Kameichi Kato 
William Hermas Stephenson 
ClIAKI.ES Gaillari) Tenne.nt 
l'kAN"K T. Thompson 
William M. York 
TnEonoRE RondthalER 
Ralph D. Williams 






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'Madison Stockton 
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Donnel) Borden Cobb.., 
Samuel Roystef Norris. 

James Skinner Ficklen 

David Alexander Copper.... 
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t Culver Grandtn 
Lfeo Heartt Harv 
Harry Bjurhee 
Mai-cus Ed^Wftrd Bizzeii 
Joshua Tayloe 
Ralph Belo Ogbu. 
William Keppd Faulkcuti 



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Karl John.«on 
David Towasend 



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1918 YACKETY YACK 



NOW THAT ITS ALL OVER 



mX Charlotte there is a printing press, and the press- 
man is calling for copy. The stage is all set for 
making the "Xineteen-Eighteen Yackktv-Yack" ij 
reality. 

During the excitement and rush, we want to take time to 
give due thanks to all who have helped to make the book. It 
is to them that any success that the book may attain is to be 
attributed. 

We wish to thank Mr. J. J. Sher, of the Bureau of Engrav- 
ing, for his innumerable ideas, suggestions, and criticisms. It 
is to him that our heartiest thanks are due. \Ve also wish to 
thank Mr. B. R. Gates and the Observer Printing House for 
the scrupulous care given to every detail of the printing work. 
Both the Bureau of Engraving and the Observer Printing 
House deserve great praise. 

The untiring efforts of the White Studio, in providing the 
necessary pictures, groups, etc., will always be remembered and 
appreciated. We also wish to thank Mr. Robert Foister for 
his aid in the military photographs. We thank thetu iioth for 
their patience. 

Messrs. Bingham McKee. 'i8, Robert H. Frazier, 'ly, Allen 
Martin, '20. and C. B. Holding, '18, deserve the highest praise 
and comiuendation for the assistance rendered in the art work 
of tlie book. They were approached in a time of need, and 
they responded beautifully. 

Finally, it is our pleasure to thank the members of the 
Xineteen-Eighteen Yacketv-Yack Board, whose energy and 
efforts produced this book. It is impossible to give due 
thanks to each for his individual contributions ; but we want 
especially to mention Mr. John S. Terry, who was not only 
a most active Board member, but to whose timely efforts the 
publication has been made possible. Every member of the 
Board "did his bit," and did it cheerfully. 

We have hopes. We hope that each purchaser wdl like 
the YackETV-Yack. and that all bills will be paid- the 
Managers, so that they will be able to leave the University 
with a clean financial record. We also hope that we will be 
able, after so much excitement, to again adjust ourserves to 
the University's routine, and proceed to make up the col- 
legiate work that has been tiiissed. But the past year has also 
been one of the most pleasant associations. We do not regret it. 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ^^ 




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IT AINT Toothache- 



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TURN OVER 



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See or Write Us before Buying Your 
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Shingles, the shingle zvith the forty-year guaranty, 

and can deliver them in small or large 

quantities, to suit our customers, at a 

reasonable price. 

Let Us Help You Solve Your Building 
and Roofing Problems 

A. T. GRirriN MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

J. L. r.iiKHKN-. President 
A. T. Grii"H-\. Seeielary, Treasurer, uiid Manager 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 



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1 1 1* Advertisers in this book are the concerns 

who are interested in the welfare of the 

University, enjoy the patronage of the students 

and appreciate it, or desire the patronage of the students. 

The student publications rely upon the advertisers to 

a large extent for their success. Therefore, it is the 

duty of the students to patronize the advertisers of 



I this book wherever possible. 

I 



We Are Looking- 
for a Man — 




A man with real initiative and force: a man with the gift of continuance; 
a man not too optimistic, or too easily discouraged — not too overjoyed by 
success, or too downhearted by a little hard luck; a man who does not 
talk much when he succeeds, and none at all when he fails — who appreciates 
tliat making good once is only his affidavit that he will continue to make 
good; a man who is interested beyond the day's job and the week's payroll; 
a real human fellow — one who can talk with and interest other fellows 
equally human ; a man wlio would be honest with himself and equally 
honest with otliers. 

A man imder twenty- five or a man fifty might fill the requirements. 
It's not so much a matter of age, as of capability and a natural-born 
desire to work. 

To such a man, who is interested in an opportunity to earn up to the 
full limit of his capacity, is offered a permanent position, with the Dacking 
and full support of a corporation with three millions of assets — a contract 
covering a period of years, with accumulative profits. 

A connection with the right man should prove mutually profitable. 

Write IIS. 

Southern Life and Trust Company 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

V W. lll(»llSltR. President R, (i VAUGHN, first Viie-Presidwil A. M. SCAlfS. Secollil Vice Prcsiiltiil 

R I, MfBANt, Third Viie-Piesident ARIHtlR WAII. Seirelary lild Actujry 



Student Headquarters for Books, Stationery 
Periodicals, and All Kinds of "Eats" 

A Complete Line of the Latest in Haberdashery, Shoes, and Hats 

At the Old Reliable Stand of 

As Ae Kluttz Compaii^i lil@s 



SUCCESSORS TO A. A. KLUTTZ 



CHAPEL HILL 



NORTH CAROLINA 



E. A. WrigKt 



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OMicr. Farloiy. and S/imimnii : 

Broad and Hitnlingdoii Sfreefs 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Engravers, Printers, Stationers 

Mani,/a,-ti,r,-i i of 

Class and Society Pins, Meaals 

EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN 
Wedding Eagreving Menus 

Catling Cards Leather Souveni 

Commencement Invitations Stationery 

Dance Programs Photogravures 



C. C. HOOK 

ARCHITECT 



CHARLOTTE. N. C. 



Uniforms 

For Military Schools 
Army Officers, Etc. 



We give you quality. Our uniforms and 
equipments positively embody the highe-t 
grade materials and the best ski'led workman- 
ship. Uniforms tailored to measurements. 
Cut strictly correct and from military patterns. 



Quality, W^orkmanship, and Fit 
Absolutely Guaranteed 



supplies. "We offer you the benefit of our expe- 
rience of over a quarter of acentury. You will 
find it worth while to get our prices before 
buying elsewhere. 

DeMOULIN BROTHERS & CO. 

GREENVILLE, ILL. 



Andrews Cask Store 

The Quality Store 

Sells Walk-Over and Dorothy Dodd Shoes, 

Arrow Shirts and Collars, 
Ladies' and Men's High-Grade Furnishings 

ANDREWS CASH STORE 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 




1548 Broadway (Executi\'e Office) 

557 FiftK Avenue 

New York 



Photographers to this Book and 

many other Colleges 

for the Season 



The School and College Department 

makes available the best skilled artists 

and modern methods, and also assures 

promptness and accuracy in 

completion of work 



Studios also in 

NortKamplon, Mass. South Hadley. Mass. Pouglikeeps.e, N. Y. 

Princeton. N. J. La^JrenceOille, N.J. West Point. N. T. 

Cornwall, N. Y. Hanover, N. H. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Lafayette, Ind. 



MURPHY'S HOTEL 



RICHMOND, VA. 

JAMES T. DISN EY 



The only Hotel with Garage attached. 

The latest and largest Hotel in the city. Centrally located, 
right in the heart of the shopping and theater district 

Headquarters for College Boys 

New Hotel and Grace Street Annex — Fireproof 

RATES ONE DOLLAR AND UP WRITE FOR BOOKLET 

THIS BOOK IS PRINTED ON 




WHITE AND BLACK 

COATED TWO SIDES 



DILL 6( COLLINS COMPANY 

ACTUAL MAKERS OF 

HIGH-GRADE PRINTING PAPERS 

BOTH WITH AND WITHOUT A COATED SURFACE 

i^V^afI^TttTs't^^eet PHILADELPHIA 



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Maximum of Service to the People 
of the State 



A. The College of Liberal Arts 

B. The School of Applied Science 

111 Chemical Engineerinfr 

12) Electrical Engineering 

131 Civil and Road Engineering 

(41 Soil Investigation 

C. The Graduate School 

D. The School of Law 

E. The School of Medicine 

F. The School of Pharmacy 



G. The School of Education 

H. The Summer School 

1. The Bureau of Extension 

(11 General Information 

(2) Instruction by Lectures 

(3) Correspondence Courses 
(4» Debate and Declamation 

15) County Economic and Social Surveys 
(6) Municipal and Legislative Reference 
(71 Educational Information and Assistance 



Write to the University when 
You Need Help 



CHAPEL HILL 



NORTH CAROLINA 



SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS 

V^E PAY THE POSTAGE 

You have, no iloubt, tnadf the exposures correctly, but the success of the 
fi)iis/ied fiictiire depends on the experience and c.ire of the person doing the finish- 
ing, as well as the equipment and quality of materials used for developing films. 
We use lar^e stone tanks, exactly like those used by the Eastman Kodak Corn- 
pans in then finishing department. This insures the very best results, and 
entirely eliminates under- anil over-development. 




PRICES FOR DEVELOPING 
Roll Film (aiLvsizel, 10c. Film Pack, 2llc. 







PRINTS 




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ENLARGEMENTS 






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and White 


Sepia 


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Mounted 


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Movmted Unr 


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25 


45 


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60 


6x10 


50 


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60 


40 


75 


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70 


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Ask for prices on Special Sizes not listed 
Send Films to 

FOISTER'S 



KODAKS, FILMS. AND SUPPLIES 



CHAPEL HILL 



NORTH CAROLINA 



THE ROYALL & BORDEN COMPANY 

Maniifactnyct s and Manufacturers' Agents for 

Everything to Furnish the Church, the 
Office, the School, and the Home 










Have recently sold he University Furnishings for the Peabody Bnildint;, 
Swdin Hall, Vance, Battle, PettiKrew Dormitoiies, and refurnishings for the 
Chapel and several of the old Dormitories. 

Have recently furnished, complete or in part, the President's Mansion, 
the Business Manager's Home, and Professor Daggett's Home; also many 
other homes of the Faculty. 

Have furnished three or four of the Fraternity Buildings complete, and 
most of otheis in part. 



We cordially invite you to visit us, and ivrite us for sain fifes 
and estimates for any needs in our line. 



THE ROYALL & BORDEN COMPANY 

106 AND 108 WP:ST MAIN STREET 

DURHAM, N. C. 



St. Mary's, Raleigh, N. C. 

FOUNDED BY THE REV. ALBERT SMEDES, D. D.. IX 184: 

FOB THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN 

Sr:vii/y-Sr;'fir//! .Iiniiial Session Befits 
Scpteutbcv 15, 1917 

"The best education is impossible without a foundation of nioial teaching 
which «ill produce character, and the best education i~ useless unless directed by 
strong inoral principles towards the best ends fur the benefit of society." 

"Those thin.B:s cal ed traditions, which come down from one generation to 
another, in which each new generation of pupils take a pride, belong to the 
very soul of the life at St. Mary's School." 

Fof Information, Address 

KEV. GEORGE VV. LAV, D. C. L., RECTOR 



K. \\. McALISTER. MaiiREer C, -\. MRB.\NE, Assi^tHllt Manacfr 

"THE ORIGINAL FOUR" 

GREENSBORO FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES 

SOUTHERN STOCK FIRE INSUR.\N'CK COMPANY 

UNDERWRITERS OH GREENSB iRO SOUTHERN UNDERWRITERS 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY 

(Consolidated with .Southern Underwriters 1908) 

TnENTV- THREE YEARS OF CO.\T/.\L'OrS GROlfTH 

See that Your Property is Insured in Home Companies 

Write Us if Yon Want an Agency for a Home Company 

PAID OVER ONE AND A HALF MILIION DOLLARS IN LOSSES IN TWENTY-THREE YEARS 



THE YARBOROUGH 

RALKIGHS LEADING AND LARGEST HOTEL 
EUROPEAN PLAN 

Rooms withoMt Bath.SI.-'.">BndUp Rooms with Bath. Sl.T." and Vp 

THE YARBOROUGH CAFE 

B. H. GRIFFIN HOTEL COMPANY 

PROPRIKT..HS RALEIGH. N.C. 



THE MEN OF NORTH CAROLINA 

./// ir/io II ,11// Iluir Slate lo I'logrcsi. and to Ci07, 
with It— T/iaf .I/cans )'oii 

NEED THE AID AND SERVICES OF THE GREATEST 
BANK IN THE STATE 

lie k'liozc )'oiir Wants, ami Want i'oiir /litsi)icss 

OFFICERS 

F. II. FRIEvS, President TAPTTAT AND / 

IAS. A. (,RAV. Vice-President l-At-i 1 AL AIMU . _ . j 2.000.000 

11. F. SHAFFXKR, Vice-President SURPLUS^ 

T. S. MliRRI.SdX. Vice-President 

.\. II. ELI.FR, Secretary and Trust i.fficer DEPOSITS - - - - 14.000.000 

l.\S. .\. (■,R.\\'. IR.. Treasurer 

I'. T. Li:i.\l'..\l il. Assistant Treasurer 

WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

HOME OFFICE; WINSTON-SALEM 
BRANCH OFFICES: ASHEVILLE. SALISBURY. HIGH POINT 



Good Quality Spells — What Boone Sells" 

You'll Sdve in Clothes as tf ell as Food. You'll Be 
Sure of Value as U ell as Style. 



"Kuppenheimer Clothes" "Stein -Block Clothes" 

"Hart. Schaffner, & Marx Clothes'" 

'"Edwin Clapp" and ""Florsheim" Shoes 

Manhattan Shirts 

Come and See Is All We Ask 

C. R. BOONE 

226 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. 



EDWARDS & BROUGHTON 

PRINTING COMPANY 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS. AND STATIONERS 

Steel ami Copper Plate Eiigra-eers 
Ma II II fail II rers of lUaiik /looks ami /.oose- /.eaf Sviteiiis 

ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. VISITING CARDS 

'file Oiilv Completely Equipped Steel Die and Copper /'late 
/■'ui^raz'iiii; Plant in Xortli Carolina 

HIGH-CLASS PRINTING 

Artistic Catalogs. P.ooktels. Menus. Invitalions. Stationery 
HALFTONES AND ETCHINGS CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



A. H. PETTING MANUFACTURING JEWELRY COMPANY 

MANUFACTUKEK OK 

Greek Letter Fraternity Jewelry 



213 North I^iberty S'.reet, Baltimore, MA. 
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS ON CLASS RINGS, PINS, ETC. 



LONG BILL 


JONES 


FOR 




PRESSING AND CLEANING | 


Work Done Satisfa 


ctorily 


Altering, Repairing, and D 
Done at Small Extr 


arning Neatly 
a Cost 


French Dry Cleaning 


a Specialty 


CHAPEL HILL, 


N. C. 



D. 0. KELLY 

Is the BEST Presser on 
the Hill 

Lei him Pres.'i.for you one mouth, ami you 
irill let him Press/or you all the near 

DON'T FORGET "KELLY" 



PEACE INSTITUTE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

For the Education and Culture of Young Women 

Cla^.^ical, Literary, and Sciciitilic Courses leading to diplomas. 
Graduate credited by State Department Education for Teachers' 
Certificates. Special diplomas awarded in Music, Voice, Art, and 
Expression. E.xcellent Conunercial Course, Domestic Science, 
Domestic .A.rts. 
Instriiclion : Si)ecialists in all departments. 
SitiKilioii : Location in capital city gives special opportunities. 

Delightful social advantages. 
Athletics: Supervised indoors and outdoors by athletic director. 
Special attention, individual development. Climate permits out- 
door life all winter. 

/•"ti/' catalog or fiiitlicc iiifoniiatloii. zvritc at once to 

MISS MARY OWEN GRAHAM, President 



WE SELL THE SORT OF CLOTHES THAT WEAR A 

LONG TIME AND KEEP THEIR SHAPE 

ALL THE TIME 

WE ARE DISTRIBUTERS FOR THE HOUSE OF 
KUPPENHEIMER AND STYLEPLUS 

OUR FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 
ARE OF THE SAME HIGH STANDARDS 



GOLDSBORO. N. C. 



SPRING AND SUMMER IN THE 

LAND OF THE SKY" 



Take your golf clubs to Western North Carolina. You will not realize the 

game's keenest pleasure until you have tried the picturesque links in 

the "Land of the Sky," with towering peaks all about you, 

and the salubrious atmosphere giving stimulus 

to every stroke. 



ALL OTHER OUTDOOR RECREATIONS 

Tennnis, IMotoring, IVIountain Climbing 
Hunting, Fishing, Swimming 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM 

Offers Excellent Train Service to Such 
Famous Resorts as 

ASHEVILLE TRYON BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY 

HENDERSONVILLE SALUDA WAYNESVILLE 

FLAT ROCK HOT SPRINGS 

BLACK MOUNTAIN 



FOR FARES AND INFORMATION, APPLY TO 

S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A.. 22 South Tryon Street. Charlotte, N. C. 

J. H. WOOD, D. P. A.. 60 Patton Avenue. Asheville. N. C. 

J. O. JONES, T. P. A.. 306 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. 



THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH 



The Langren 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



MODERN 



EUROPEAN FIREPROOF 




L>eading Commercial Hotel in the Carolinas 

Corner College and Broadway 

GUY S. LAVENDER, Manager 



The Highest Grade Shoes, Made of the Best Leathers, by the 
Most Skillful Workmen, can be had at 

CARR-BRYANT'S 

Our Shoes are made by the same manufacturer that makes 
the highest grade shoes sold on Fiiih Avenue. 

Drop in when in Durham. look at our line of shoes, and get a free shine. 

CARR-BRYANT 
BOOT AND SHOE COMPANY 

DURHAM, N. C. 

301 West Main Street Next to The Elks' Lodge 



G. G SCOTT. C P. A. WALTER CHARNLEY. C. P. A. 

SCOTT, CHARNLEY & CO. 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

32 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
SELWYN HOTEL BUILDING 

AUDITORS ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS 

APPRAISERS INVENTORIES 

CERTIFIED BALANCE SHEETS 

All Work Intrusted to Us la Direitly under the Supervision of a Member of tlie Firm 



The Holladay Studio 

DURHAM, N. C. 
High-Class Photographers 

Official Photographers for Yackety-Yack of 1915, 1916, and 1917 



MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA 

STATE INSTITUTION' 

STUART McGUIRE, M. D.. U.L, D.. DEAN 

MEDICINE DENTISTRY 

PHARMACY 

In tlie present Xatlonal crisis, a continuous supply of ade- 
i|uately trained medical officers is absolutely essential for the 
maintenance of armed forces in the field. It is, therefore, the 
patriotic duty of all college students intending to study niedi 
cine to remain under instruction until the country can avail 
itself (if their trained services. .\11 medical students should, 
therefore, in the interest of National safety continue their 
work until ijraduation. 



J. R. McCAULEY. Secretary 

EAST CLAY STREET RICHMOND. VA. 



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3 TTie success of your business demands tKat your printed matter be abo-Oe 
the average; it must be so planned as to tell its story effectively, so arranged 
and displayed as to assure the maximum returns. 

3 Our reputation, experience, and equipment afford ample guaranty) that 
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'THE HOUSE THAT QUALITY AND SERVICE BUILT' 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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LOOK back over the past years and ask yourself what other 
Engraving Institution, specializing in college annuals, has 
wielded so wide an Influence over the College Annual Field? 

Ask yourself if College and University Annuals are not better tO' 
day because of BUREAU PROGRESSIVENESS and BUREAU 
INITIATIVE? 

You know that the BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, Inc. inaug- 
urated the system of Closer Co-operation with college annuad 
boards in planning and constructing books from cover to cover. 

Our marked progress in this field commands attention. Our 
establishment is one of the largest of its kind in this country. 
Our Modern Art Department of noted Commercial Art Experts 
is developing Artistic Features that are making "Bureau" Annuals 
Famous for Originality and Beauty. 

And again, the help of our experienced College Annual Depart- 
ment is of invaluable aid. Our up-to-the-minute system, which we 
give you, and our Instructive Books will surely lighten your Burden. 

A proposition from the Natural Leaders in the College Annual 
En3raving field from an organization of over 150 people, founded 
over 1 7 years ago, and enjoying the Confidence and Good Will 
of the foremost Universities of this country, is certainly worth 
your while. 

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the Opportunity of showing what it can do for - YOU? 

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