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ORDER OF BOOKS 

ALUMNI 

THE ITNIVERSITY 

FACULTY 

CLASSES 

ACTIVITIES 

KALEIDOSCOPE 

FRATERNITIES AND 

SOCIAL ORDERS 

THE DANCE 

VANITY FAIR 

ATHLETICS 



COPYRIGHT 
1929 

Junius G. Adams, Jr., 

Editor 

Guy E. Hill, Bus. Mgr. 




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Published Annually 

by the 

PUBLICATIONS UNION 

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 
Chapel Hill 

VOLUME XXXIX 





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THE STAFF 

Junius G. Adams, Jr., 

Editor in Chief 

Guy E. Hill, 

Business Manager 

Robert A. Hovis, 

Assistant Editor 

Travis T. Brown, 

Associate Editor 

Lin WOOD P. Harrell, 

Associate Editor 

J. F. Wily, Jr., 

Assistant Business Manager 

Claude Farrell, 

Advertising Manager 




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FOREWORD 





WITH no little pride — a pride born of 
effort if not of achievement — we, the 
editors of this year book, present it in the 
light of the present. With faint hearts we 
regard it in the light of tlie future, realizing 
full well that a decade hence today's handi- 
work will reflect upon us but small credit 
and little glory. 

Glancing backward through dust-covered 
volumes of this book which depict other days 
and other styles, we find them but cum- 
bersome collections of unimpressive pages 
and weird photographs. Meanwhile we groom 
this volume for a no less inglorious fate. 

We present, then, the record of but a 
single college year — a fragmentary crayon 
sketch, the colors of which will fade and 
smear and become grotesque. But if the 
sketch, while fresh, is worthy, we have ac- 
complished our purpose. We care not that 
the future college generations will regard 
our volume as a sort of curio — or that you, 
gentle reader, having found it in a long- 
forgotten corner, will some day hand it, open 
at a well-thumbed page, to your posterity, 
and point and say, smiling sheepishly the 
while — "Tl'.at's how your papa looked wiien 
he was young." 





DEDICATION 



FOR twenty years Doctor Patterson 
was a member of the faculty of the 
University, (irachiated here in 18D1, lie 
returned to teach in 1908. JNIany students 
knew him as an inspiring teacher, but 
more knew him as a sympathetic friend. 
He was never too busy to give of his time 
and interest to anyone who needed his 
help or advice. He had the gift of infinite 
patience and at the same time of untiring 
perseverance. Kindly, sympathetic, quiet, 
he exemplified as few men do the real 
meaning of the word 'gentleman.' He 
died in the prime of usefulness last 
September, but he made too deep an im- 
jiression on Carolina ever to be forgotten. 
And so to the memory of Andrew Henry 
Patterson, scholar, teacher, friend, this 
volume is affectionately dedicated. 





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Raleigh, N. C. 

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Lacy L. Little, '89 

Mangum, N. C. 

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Charles A. Jonas, '03 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

Member House of Representatives 



L. Ames Brown, '10 

New York, N. Y. 

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Charles Phillips Russell, '04 

New York, N. Y. 

Author 




John J. Parker, '07 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Judge of United States 

Circuit Court 





O. Max Gardner, '06 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Governor of North Carolina 




J. K. Hall, '01 

Richmond, Va. 

Physician 











Bowman Gray, '90 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

President, R. J. Reynolds 

Tobacco Company 



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Lawrence S. Holt, Jr., '04 

Asheville. N. C. 

Manufacturer 




Frank Page, '98 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Chairman State Highivay 

Commission 






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Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Author 




T. Grier Miller, '06 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician 




John Sprunt Hill, '89 

Durham, N. C. 

State Highrt'ay Commissioner 




Edgar Turlington, '11 

Washington, D. C. 

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S THAT IT IS OUR ENDEAA'OR TO PRESENT 
THROUGH THIS VOLUME A MORE OR LESS COM- 
PREHENSIVE VIEAV OF ALL THE ASPECTS OF LIFE 
AT THE LTNIVp;RSrrY DURING THE YEAR PAST, 
ATTENTION IS AT ONCE DRAWN TO THE FACULTY. 
UNABLE TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE FACULTY, THE 
SENIOR CI^ASS HAS CHOSEN THESE MEN AS ITS 
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The President's Message 



WITH passing years a book such as this comes 
to stand for youth at its happiest time. 
Much as this book means to you now. it will mean 
far more later on, as it brings l)ack memories of 
carefree days on the campus of the University. 

No man can live liere for a campus generation 
without being forever a different person. ^Memories 
of splendid achievement reach out to him from the 
past. He feels himself a member of that great 
brotherhood which began here one hundred and 
thirty-five years ago. A University atmosphere 
which is alive and free surrounds him. For him, 
too, there is the challenge of the future. He comes 
into his kingdom at a time of opportunity and of 
the enlargement of horizons. He knows that, as a 
University man, tasks are waiting for him. 

May this volume always recreate something of 
the mood in which you now stand facing life. ^lay 
it be both a source of tender memories and a chal- 
lenge and an inspiration to your spirit. 






H. W. Chase, President. 



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officers of the Senior Class 

Charles A. Carr President 

John M. Henderson Vice-President 

McLean B. Leath Secretary 

J. C. Price - Treasurer 

H. E. Cox Representative on Student Council 



G. V. Cowper 
Lawyer 

H. J. Fox 

Historian 



CLASS DAY OFFICERS 



W. D. Perry 
Poet 



Harry Weatherlv 
Statistician 

Lincoln Kesler 
Prophet 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Charles Brown, Chr. 
Harry Weatherly 
Herbert Fox 
Frank Wilson 



Wyeth Ray 
Harold Welborn 
William Wall 
Walter Spearman 
George Shepard 



John Mewborn 
Henry Brown 
Bowman Gray 
McDonald Gray 



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James Carroll Abbott 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce 

Assistant in Accounting. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

Roy F. Abernethy 

HICKORYj N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Chemistry. 

Alpha Chi Sigma. 

Francis Lee Adams 

MARION, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers ; Coop. 
Phi Kappa Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 

Junius Greene Adams, Jr. 

BILTMORE FDRE.ST, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Sophomore Order of Shieks ; 
Junior Order of Gorgon's Head ; 
Commencement Marshal ; German 
Club; Vice-President German 
Club; Freshman Track; Varsity 
Golf (3) ; Alternate Captain Golf 
(3) ; Vice-President S. I. C. Golf 
Association (4); Coop; Glee Club 
(1,2); Yackety Yack Staff (1,2, 
3) ; Editor-in-Chief (4) ; German 
Club Executive Committee ; Activi- 
ties Committee ; Assistant Leader 
Gorgon's Head Ball. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Mary Elizabeth Adams 

COLEHAINE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Education 

Wilbur Royster Adams 

ANGIER, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: PliG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 





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Marion R. Alexander 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce 

Business Manager Tar Heel: 

Chairman Publicity Committee ; 

North Carolina Club. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

James Bruton Allen 

TROY, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

George E. Anderson 

POTSDAM, N. V. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce 



William Redmond Anderson 

not KY MOINT, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Society of Civil 

Engineers ; Freshman Friendship 

Council (1). 



Buren Frost Andrews 

TRINITY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

High Point Cluh; Randolph 
County Club. 



Vance Odell Ayers 

PLYMOUTH, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 
Pre-Med; A.B. Education 




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Charles Lightfoot Ball, Jr. 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine 

Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society ; 
Medical Society ; Freshman Track 
and Baseball; Varsity Track (2, 

, 3). 

' Theta Kappa Psi. 

James Weeks Ball 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce 

Baseball (3, 4). 

Ray Wolsey Ballard 

WALNUT, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Mary Alice Barber 

FOREST CITY, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Albert Earl Barnhardt 

CONCORD, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Track (1, 2, 3) ; Black and White 

Revue; Cheerios (2); Intra-Mural 

Basketball and Track. 

James Leonard Barnhardt 

HUNTERSVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Varsity Baseball; Monogram Club. 




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James Alexander Bstmwell 

MEBAXE, N. C. 

Ag;e : 2i, Degree: B. S. 
Commerce. 
Acacia. 

Walter Clyde Barnwell 

PROSPECT HILL, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 

American Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 
Phi Delta Chi. 

William A. Baxter 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

Freshman Baseball ; American In- 
stitute Electrical Engineers. 
Theta Phi. 

Eugene DuBose Blakenly, Jr. 

CAMDEN, S. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

Palmetto Club; William Cain 
Chapter .American Society of Civil 

Engineers. 

Theta Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau 

Beta Pi. 

Lewis Taylor Bledsoe 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: LL.B. 

President Democratic Student 
Club; Chairman N. C. College 
League for Smith ; President Dia- 
lectic Senate ; President Debate 
Council ; Intercollegiate Debates 
against N. C. State College, Uni- 
versity of Va., Universitv of Ala. ; 
y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Pan-Hellenic 

Council ; German Club. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon ; Phi .Alpha 

Delta ; Epsilon Phi Delta ; Tau 

Kappa .-Mpha. 

Nicholas Alexander 
Bogoluboff 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 30, Degree: B.C.S. 
Epsilon Phi Delta. 





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Malcolm Ray Bonner 

BONNERTON, N. C. 

21, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Phi Assembly ; Vice-President 
Eses ; Beaufort County Club. 
Sigma Zeta ; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Arnold Borden 

GOLD.^BORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Phi Assembly; Cabin. 
Sigma Nu; Epsilon Phi Delta. 

Willisun Jackson Bost 

CONCORD, N. C. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Freshman Baseball; Varsity '28; 
Dialectic Senate. 

Girard Edgar Boudreau 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

: 2.5, Degree: B.S. in M.E. 



Ned Omell Bowman 

BEREA, KY. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 
Clifford Callcote Branch, Jr 

BURGAW, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; German Club 

Vackely Vack Staff. 

Theta Chi. 




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Marcus Battle Braswell 

WHITAKERS, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A. B. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Mortimer William Breman 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B. S. 
Commerce. 

Advertising Manager Tar Hrel: 
Carolina Playmakers : Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council. 
Zeta Beta Tau. 

Isaac Brock 

WEAVERVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Carl Barrier Brown 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 18, Degree: B.S. 

Geology. 

.•\ssistant in Geology; Elisha 

Mitchell Scientific Society. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 

Charles Brown, Jr. 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Boxing Team (2, 3) ; Captain (4) ; 

Tar Heel Staff (2) ; Chairman 

Senior Class Executive Committee ; 

Grail; Palmetto Club. 

Zeta Beta Tau. 

Henry Nicholas Brown III 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Monogram Club; Dialectic Senate; 
Freshman Cross-Country ; Fresh- 
man Track ; Freshman Inter-Col- 
legiate Debate; Varsity Cross 
Country; Varsity Track; Tar Heel 
Fencing Club ; Secretary Junior 
Class; President Dialectic Senate; 
Senior Class Executive Committee 



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David Benjamin Browning 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: PhG. 

Student Council ; German Club ; 

Freshman Friendship Council. 

Kappa Psi. 



Gaston Reedy Buford 



FRANKLIN, TENN. 

Age: 21, Degree; A.B. 

Kappa Alpha. 



John David Bulluck, Jr. 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Manager Varsity Baseball ; Pan- 
Hellenic Council ; Blue Key Socie- 
ty ; Summer School Student Coun- 
cil ; Junior Order Gorgon's Head 
Sigma Chi. 



Charles May Burns 

WADESBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Manager Track (4); "13" Club: 

Leader Junior Ball; Leader "13" 

Club Dance. 

Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Charlotte Josephine Califf 

LOriSVILLE, KY. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Margaret Mines Carlton 

ROXBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Chi Omega. 




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Charles Albert Carr 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Minotaurs; Coop; Manager (4l: 
Gimghouls ; Manager Freshman 
Basketball (3) ; Chief Commence- 
ment Marshal (3) ; President 
Senior Class; Phi Assembly; Ser- 
geant-at-Arms (4). 
Sigma Nu. 



William Bryant Carr 

HILLSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Milus Hogue Carroll 

YORK, S. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Cabin ; German Club. 

Pi Kappa ."Mpha. 

Roy Lee Cashwell 

HOPK MILLS, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Medical Society; Elisha .Mitchell 
Scientific Society. 
Theta Kappa Psi. 

George Cathey 

CANDLER, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Varsity Basketball. 

Donald Polen Chamblee 

ZEBVLON, X. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 

President Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion; Secretary Pharmacy Class 
('26, '27) ; Instructor in Pharmacy. 
Phi Delta Chi. 





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Hztrdee Chambliss, Jr. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



George Kittrell Cheatham 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

German Club; Coop. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Leon Clarence Cheek 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 32, Degree: A.B. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

WilUatn Claiborne Clary, Jr. 

HARLEM, GA. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

.■\lpha Tau Omega. 

Kenneth Lee Cloninger 

CLAREMONT, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Medical Association; Elisha 
Mitchell Scientific Society; Cataw- 
ba County Club. 
Theta Kappa Psi. 



Jacob Elmest Cobb 

COLUMBUS, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 

Dialectic Senate; Glee Club (1, 2, 

3,4). 

Sigma Epsilon. 






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Burnham Standish Colbum, 
Jr. 

BILTMORE FOREST, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

Track Team (2, 3, 4) ; Monogram 

Club; Rifle Club (2, 3) ; President; 

Rifle Team (2, 3) ; Fencing Team 

(2) ; Freshman Track Team. 

Chi Psi. 



Theodore Joseph Collier 

PIKEVILI-E, N. f. 




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Raymond Field Coltrane 

GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree; B.S. 
Commerce. 

Harry Carroll Colwell 

BURGAW, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Holt Scholarship. 

James Beardsley Connell 

WARHENTON, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: PhG. 

Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Carolina Playmakers ; Vice-Presi- 
dent Junior Class ; Yackety Yack 
Business Staff; Assistant in Phar- 
macy ; Elisha Mitchell Scientific 
Society. 
Chi Tau ; Kappa Psi. 

Olan Victor Cook 

LENOIR, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 





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Adrian Booker Couch 

CHAPEL HILL, X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Georgia Anna Couch 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
George Vernon Cowper 

KINSTON, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Varsity Track Team (2, 3, 4) ; 
Executive Committee German Club 
a. 4); Order of Shieks; Fresh- 
man Track; "Wigue and Masque"; 
Cabin ; Monogram Club. 
Zeta Psi; Phi Delta Phi. 

Howiu-d Enoch Cox 

ERWIN, TENN. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Cross - Country and 
Track ; Varsity Cross-Country and 
Track ; . Student Council ; Senior 
Class Executive Committee; 
Monogram Club. 

Thomas Chatterton Coxe, Jr. 

WADESBORO, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Baseball (2, 3, 4) ; Football Squad 
\.2,i) ; Sophomore Order of Mino- 
taurs ; Junior Order of Gimghouls ; 
Leader Sophomore Hop ; Assistant 
Leader Junior Prom; Woodberry 
Forest Club; Monogram Club; 

Coop. 
Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Charles Mason Crawford, Jr. 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Band; Dialectic Senate; German 

Club. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 



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Thomas Green Croom 

ASHKVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers ; Fresh- 
man Track. 
Sigma Epsilon. 



Simeon Rosuie Cross 

MARION, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Coop ; Minotaurs ; Junior Marshal. 
Kappa Sigma ; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Ernest Glenn Crowell 

CONCORD, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Carey Van Cummings 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Bo.xing; Varsity Boxing 

(2, 3) ; High Point Club; Tennis 

Squad. 

Edmund Lane Curlee 

lURLINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Freshman Tennis ; German Club ; 
Glee Club ( 1, 2, 3, 4) ; President 
(4); Vice President Junior Class. 
Phi Sigma Kappa ; Phi Mu .\lpha. 



Tyson Alexemder Curtis 

MCBEE, S. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 

Palmetto Club; American Phar- 
maceutical Association. 
Phi Delta Chi. 





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Giffin Caswell Daughtridge 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society: 

Medical Society; Vice-President 

Second Year Medical Class. 

Theta Kappa Psi. 



Benson Willb Davis 

BLACK MOUNT.'MN, N. C 

Age: 20. Degree: A.B 
Education. 



George Thomas Davis 

L.4KE L.\NDING, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Dialectic Senate ; North Carolina 
Club. 



Ralph Eatrle Davis 

Bl'RLIN'GTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Rowlsuid L. Davis, Jr. 

CORTLAND, N. Y. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
Psi Upsilon. 



William Henry Davis 

BULLOCK, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 





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F. W, Dayvault 

CHINA GROVE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 



Suzanne Tarpley Dent 

LOCKHART, S. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Alpha Gamma Delta. 



J. T. Dillehay 

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 



James Anderson Doggett 

BROWN SUMMITT, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Carolina Rifle Club. 

Acacia ; Delta Sigma Pi ; Epsilon 

Phi Delta. 



Mary Dimberger 

DANVILLE, VA. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Buccaneer Staff; Carolina Play 
makers ; Woman's Association. 



Helen Dortch 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 18, Degree: A.B. 

Carolina Playmakers. 
Pi Beta Phi. 




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Edwin Stanhope Dunn 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



Charles R. Edwards 

MOUNT HOLLY, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: PhG. 
George Ehrhart 

JACKSON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Buccaneer Staff (3) ; Yackety 
Yack Staff (4) ; Northhampton 
County Club ; C::rolina Play- 
makers ; Managing Editor Tar 
Heel. 

Sigma Delta. 

Edwin Stuart English, Jr. 

BREVARD, N. C. 

Age: 2.3, Degree: B..S. 

Commerce. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 

William Franklin Evans, Jr. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

Cabin ; German Club ; American 
Society of Civil Engineers ; Foot- 
ball Squad (1, 2). 
Phi Delta Theta. 



Harry Lawrence Farrell 

MEBANE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Alamance County Club ; Whitehead 

Medical Society. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 




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John Watts Farthing 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2. 3, 4) ; 
Yackcly Yack Staff (3) ; Sub- 
Assistant Manager Track (2) ; Y. 
M. C. A. Case Committee (2, 3. 
4,) ; Student Advisory Council 

(4). 
Pi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa 



Roy Lane Forrester 

RAMSEUR, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Randolph County Club; Freshman 

Track Team; Varsity Tennis 

Team. 

Herbert Junius Fox 

FHANKLINVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Senior Class Executive Committee. 

Ernest Ross Froneberger 

BKSSEMER CITY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

William Pace Fuller 

miill.AM, N. c. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Cabin ; Gorgon's Head ; Ball Ma- 
nager ; German Club. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Alexainder Henderson 
Galloway 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Shieks; Gimghouls; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet ; Buccaneer Business Staff ; 
Commencement Marshal; Ball 

Manager. 
Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. 





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Morris Louis Garmise 

GASTONIA, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Tau Epsilon Phi. 

David Alden Giddings 

WEST HARTFORD, CONX. 

Age: 21. Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Advertising 
Manager Carolina Playtnakers ; 

Rifle Club. 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa 

Psi. 

Charles N. Gignilliat, Jr. 

SENECA, S. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Cabin. 
Phi Delta Theta. 



Robert Theodore Giles 

CHAPEL HILL, X. C. 

Age: 27. Degree: J.D. 

President Law School .\ssociation ; 

President Law Class. 

Phi Alpha Delta. 



Paul Denny Gilliam 

ALTAMAHAW, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Sam Robert Goldberg 

GASTONIA, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Freshman Wrestling ; Freshman 

Track : Varsity Wrestling : Varsity 

Tennis : University Orchestra. 

Tau Epsilon Phi. 






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Bowman Gray, Jr. 

WlNSTON-SALEM, X. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Minotaurs ; Gimghoiils ; Manager 
Freshman Football ; President Ger- 
man Club ; Freshman Basketball ; 
Executive Committee Senior Class : 
Woodberry Forest Club; German 
Club Executive Committee. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 



Robert McDonald Gray 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Golden Fleece ; Vice - President 
Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
( 2) ; President Y. M. C. A. ; As- 
sistant Manager Basketball (3) 
Manager Freshman Basketball 
Varsity Football (2, 3, 4) : Varsity 
Track (2, 3) ; Monogram Club: Di 
Senate ; Executive Committee Ger- 
man Club (3, 4) ; Grail ; Shieks ; 
Coop ; Class Executive Cominittec 

(2, 3, 4). 

Kappa Sigma ; Phi Beta Kappa ; 

Epsilon Phi Delta. 

A. M. Gregory 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Charles O'H. Grimes 

HALEIGH, X. C. 

Age: 20. Degree: A.B. 

Zeta Psi 

Wesley Southmayd Griswold § 

MIDDLETOWN, CONN. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 

Phi Gamma Delta. 

Alvin Luther Groce 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 24. Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. S % 

Amphoterothen ; Dialectic Senate; t k 

)'ackelv Yack Business Staff. I 5 

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Rufus R. Hackney 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Freshman Football; Freshman 
Basketball; Vrrsitv Basketball (2. 
3, 4) : Captain (4). 



James Donald Hague 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Alpha Delta Phi. 



James Brownlee Hall 

BELMONT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Pi Kappa Phi. 



Alton Parker Hall 

CANDLER, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

President Mathematics Club. 



Gould Mitchell Hambright 

MARSHFIELD, WIS. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
Beta Theta Pi. 



Wiley Cleveland Harrell 

MOROCK, X. C. 

Age: 2-i, Degree: PliG. 
Kappa Psi. 





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Jsmies Harward 

OAKBOnO, N. C. 

Age: 29, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Robert Haile Hayes 

KERSHAW, S. C. 

: 20, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chr.pter American 
Society of Civil Engineers ; Pal- 
metto Club. 
Theta Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Tan 
Beta Pi. 

Frank McLarthy Helms 

MONROE, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 
in Education 

John Middleton Henderson 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Vice-President Senior Class ; Grail ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Varsity 
Track (2, 3, 4) ; Captain Track 
( 4 ) ; Captain Cross-Country Team 
(4); E.xecutive Committee Senior 
Class; Centro Hispano Clul) ; Tcir 
Heel Staff; Monogram Club; Sen- 
ior Order of Daviens. 
Phi Delta Theta. 

Nathaniel Harding Henry 

I IIAI'EI. HILL, X. ('. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 

iM'eshman Friendship Council ( 1 ) ; 

Philanthropic Assembly ; University 

Orchestra. 

Sigma Delta. 

Henry James Hines 

CLINTON, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

.\merican Institute of Electrical 

Engineers ; Sampson County Club. 

Theta Phi. 





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Claude S. Hinson 

YADKINVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Renfro Club. 



Fred Colby Hobson 

BOONVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Renfro Club; North Carolina 

Club; Di Senate; Yadkin County 

Club. 



Charles Ray Hoggard 

AHOSKIE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: PhG. 

American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Rhoid Brandon Holland 

STATESVILLE, X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



George Hamilton Holmes, 
Jr. 

TRYON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Rifle Club (1, 2, 3). 



Don S. Holt 

GRAHAM, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

V::rsity Football (3, 4). 
Delta Tau Delta. 




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Joseph Williams Holt, Jr. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

Freshman Track ; American In- 
stitute of Electrical Engineers : 
Carolina Play makers ; German 

Club. 

Pi Kappa Sigma ; Phi Beta Kappa ; 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Zeta Nu. 

George Montague Holton 

CASH CORNER, X. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Chi Tail. 

Nelson Ferebee Howard 

TARBORO, X. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Football : Varsitv Foot- 
ball (2. 3, 4) ; Shieks ; Y." M. C. 
.\. Cabinet ; Grail ; Secretary of 
Monogram Club ; German Club : 
.\ss't Leader Mid-Winter Dances. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Robert Philip Howell 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

Coop; Inter-Frrternity Council; 
William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers ; Presi- 
dent (4) ; Freshman Basketball 
Zeta Psi : Phi Beta Kappa ; Tau 
Beta Pi. 

Elwood Catftelyon Hunter 

TOBACCOVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

in Education. 

Band (2. 3, 4) ; Dialectic Senate 

(1, 2, 4); Winner William Cain 

M:thematical Medal. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Thomas Kearn Huss 

CHERRYVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Football Squad (2, 3). 






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Charles Jordsui James ^ ■[ 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Age: 2-1, Degree: PhG. 

American Pharmaceutical Ass'n. 



A. C. Jennings 

JENNINGS, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 



A. Glendon Johnson 

VARINA, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



Frederick Burr Johnson 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Junior Order of Gorgon's Head ; 
Sophomore Order of Shieks ; 
Cabin ; German Club ; Leader Sop- 
homore Hop : Leader Gorgon's 
Head Ball; President of Cabin; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Yackety 
Yack Staff ; Glee Club ; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council ; Commencement 
Marshal. 
Phi Delta Theta. 



George Mann Johnson 

CEDAR CREEK, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 



John Ralph Johnson 

CLAYTON, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Glee Club (1, 2); Elisha Mitchell 

Scientific Society. 

.Alpha Kappa Kappa. 




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Addie Louise Johnston 

MEBANE, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education 



Charles Dupre Jones, Jr. 

IIII.LSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Treasurer Rifle Club; Rifle Team 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Clifford C. Jones 

GREENVILLE, S. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 



Halbert McNair Jones 

LAl'RINBURG, X. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Cabin ; luter-Fraternity Counci 
Vice-President Phi Beta Kappa 
Delta Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Epsi- 
lon Phi Delta. 



Alvin Sigmond Kartus 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: LLB. 
Zeta Beta Tau ; Tau Kappa Alpha 



Theodore Roosevelt Keith 

CURRIE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 




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Roland 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

;: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Treasurer Junior Class; Football 
Squad (1, 2,); Cabin: Vice-Presi- 
dent Freshman Friendship Council ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 
Delta Psi. 



Thomas Lingle Kesler 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Geology. 

Glee Club (3, 4) ; Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Arthur Eugene Knoefel, Jr. 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree A.B. 



John Franklin Koonce 

JACKSONVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: PhG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 

Claude Shinn Lassiter 

HIGH ROCK, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



James Harrison Lassiter 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Football ; Varsity Foot- 
ball (2. 3); Monogram Club; 
Woodberry Forest Club ; German 
Club; Final Ball Manager. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 









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Ann deTreville Lawrence 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



George William Lawson 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 2.5, Degree: A.B. 



Frank Wright Lea, Jr. 

WILSON, X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 



McLean Bacon Leath, Jr. 

ROCKINGHAM, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Football; Sub-Assistant 
Manager Basketball; Assistant 
Manager Basketball ; Manager of 
Varsity Basketball (4) ; ^Monogram 
Club; German Club; Commence- 
ment Marshal ; Secretary Senior 
Class ; Gorgon's Head. 
Sigma Chi. 



Thomas A. Libbus 

NEW BERN, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: PhCi. 



Mrs. Lilly Underwood Lilly 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education 




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George Burgwin Lockhart 

CHARLOTTE, X. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

(jerman Club; William Cain Chap- 
ter American Society of Civil En- 
gineers; Treasurer Sophomore 
Class. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



James Henry Long 

MEBANE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



Robert Andrew Love, Jr. 

GASTONIA, N. c. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Cabin; German Club; Cast 
County Club. 
Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Psi 



Frances MayBeld McAlister 

MCCORMICK, S. c. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 

President South Carolina Club. 



David Ramon McCain 

XEWPORT, X. c. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Emily Madison McClelland 

MAXTON, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Secretary Le Cercle Francais. 
Chi Omega. 




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Howard T. McCone 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B 



James Melvin McCorkle 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B. S. 

Commerce. 

Cheerios. 



Oates McCullen 

FAISON, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 

Tar Heel Staff (2, 3) ; Yacketv 
Yack Staff (2) ; Phi Assembly. 



Henry Grady McEntire 

GASTONIA, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Freshman Baseball ; Rifle Club ; 

Secretary Southern Intercollegiate 

Fencing Conference. 

Chi Psi. 



Harry Woodrow McGalliard 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 17, Degree: A.B. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 



Andrew Campell Mcintosh 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: LLB. 

Shieks ; Gorgon's Head ; Wigue 
and Masque; Student Editorial 
Board North Carolina Laiv Re- 
view, Member North Carolina Bar. 
Alpha Tau Omega. 




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Donald Munro Mcintosh 

OLD FORT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Chi Psi. 

John Milton McNeil 

MILLERS CREEK, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 
William Manthey-Zorn 

AMHERST, MASS. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Beta Theta Pi. 

Byron Ashley Marshall 

GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



John Oliver Marshall 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Buccaneer Staff (1, 2) ; Assistant 
Editor (3, 4) ; Tar Heel Staff 
(2) ; Vackety Yack Staff (3) ; 
Magadnc Staff (1, 2) ; Assistant 
Editor (3) ; Editor in chief (4) 
The Paun (2) ; Amphoterothen 
Publications Union Board (3) 
"Dinamite" Senate; "Buck Jr.'' 

(3) ; "Juanjean (4). 

Sigma Delta ; Phi Beta Kappa 

Sigma Upsilon. 



William Leak Marshall, Jr. 

WADESBORO, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Secretary and Treasurer of Ger- 
man Club; Coop; Sophomore Or- 
der of Minotaurs ; Junior Order of 
Gimghouls ; Ass't. Leader Sopho- 
more Hop ; Lender of Junior Ball ; 

Tar Heel Staff (2, 3). 

Inter-Fraternity Council. 
Sigma Nu. 




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Richard Wilson Martin 

NORFOLK, VA. 

a;e: 22, Degree: A.B. LLB. 
German Club. 



Krppa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. 



Walter Boyd Massenbiirg 

W.\RRENTON, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers; Band; Wigue and 

Masque. 

Phi Zeta Nu ; Phi Beta Kappa ; 

Tau Beta Pi. 



Robinson Elmmons Matthews 

CLINTOX, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

in Cham. E. 

.Alembic Club. 
.■\Ipha Chi Sigma. 

Earle Edwin Merrill 

SOUTHERN PINKS, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: PhG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 

Hugh Leonidas Merritt 

MOl'NT .\IHV, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Tar Heel Staff; Renfro Club; 

Surry County Club. 
Pi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

James Allan Metz 

DENVER, COLO. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

University of Colorado (1. 2) ; 

Glee Club (3, 4) ; "Kalif of 

Kavak" ; Wigue and Masque. 

Phi Mu Alpha. 








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William Norwood Michal 

CANTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

American Institute of Electrical 

Engineers ; Wigue and Masque. 

Theta Phi; Plii Zeta Nu ; Tau 

Beta Pi. 



H. Heywood Miller 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A. B. 
Education. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 



Ralph Edwin Miller 

NORTH VVILKESBORO, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 

Playmakers (1, 2) ; Glee Club (2, 

3, 4) ; Vice - President Wilkes 

County Club C4). 



Grace Lee Minchener 

TROY, ALA. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Pi Beta Phi. 



Joseph Mitchell 

FAIRMONT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Carolina Playmakers ; Magazine 

Staff; Tar Heel Staff'. 

Sigma Upsilon, 



Robert F. Monroe 

EAGLE SPRINGS, N. f. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S.M. 
Acacia : Alpha Kappa Kappa. 




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Janie Lillian Monteith 

HUNTERSVILLK, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Charles J. Moore 

THO.MASVILLK, X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B. S. 
Commerce. 
Sigma Zeta. 



Davis Lee Moore 

STOKES, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Clieerios; Pitt County Club; 

Wrestling Team; Monogram Club. 



Roy Harden Moore 

WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



Artis Mock Morgan 

.\LBE1I.\RLE, N. C. 

Age: 23. Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter .American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 



Karl Zeigler Morgan 

S.\LISBl'RY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 





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Stedman Morris 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.I 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



John Brady Morrison 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



Harmon Whitehurst Morton 

JACKSONVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 



Walter Lauren Moses 

DIKHAM, X. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 



Jessee Rountree Moye, Jr. 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Sigma Nu. 



Sallie Chessie Murphy 

LOUISBIRG, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A. B. 
Education. 






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Ruby Jane Myers 

YADKINVILLE, N. C. 

ge: 23, Degree: A.B 
Education. 



John Wilkins Norwood, Jr. 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

jrail ; Amphoterothen; Vice-Presi- 
dent Palmetto Club ; Dialectic Sen- 
ate ; Freshman Tennis ; Varsity 
Tennis (3. 4) ; Student Advisory 
Council (4) ; Inter-Fraternity 
Council (3). 
Chi Phi. 



Robert James Ormand 

BESSEMER CITY, N. C. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Faye Wilma Overcash 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education 



William Carey Parker 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 



John Gilmore Parks 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S 

Commerce. 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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Walter John Parks 

SWANNANOA, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 



Matthew Kent Pate 

BrRLIXGTON^ X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Mamance County Club ; Glee Club 

(3, 4)._ 

Phi Sigma Koppa. 



Arthur Low Patterson 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Cheerios. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 



Robert Glenn Payne 

GRANITE FALLS, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Secretary and Treasurer Caldwell 
County Club ; North Carolina Club. 



Lucian Allen Peacock 

BKNSOX, X. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Ben Aycock Peacock 

FREEMOXT, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 




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Albert Mendenhall Peele 

GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 

William DeCatur Perry 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Carolina Playmakers; Editor 
Freshman Handbook (4) ; Tar 
Heel Staff (1, 2, 3) ; Yackety Yack 
Staff (3) ; Buccaneer Staff (2) ; 
Managing Editor (3) ; Editor (4) ; 
Author, "Mr. Perry Writes A 
Play"; North Carolina Club: Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4) : President 
Publications Union Board (3); 
German Club (3, 4). 
Sigma Upsilon. 

Samuel Atwell Pettus 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Order of Minotaurs ; Golf Squad; 

German Club; Chief Ball Manager 

(4). 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

William Louis Phillips 

LAURINBURG, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Yackety Yack Staff ; Inter-Frater- 
nity Council. 
Delta Psi. 

Edward Lee Piver 

BEAUFORT, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Louie E^rl Pollock 

LAGRANGE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Cheerios. 






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Clarence Hatcher Pope 

ROSE HILL, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Hermon Sutton Powell 

ENFIELD, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Theta Kappa Psi. 

Graham Burgess Poyner 

MOROCK, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; 

Quartette (2. 3, 4) ; Grail; Epsilon 

Phi Delta. 

Samuel Lee Presson 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Friendship Council; 
Freshman Basketball and Track; 
Bo.xing (1) ; Varsity Football (2. 
3, 4) ; Monogram Club; Wearer of 

"N. C." 

Chi Phi. 

James Curtb Price 

ELLERBE, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Grail ; Freshman Baseball : Varsity 

Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; President 

"Red Head Club." 

Sigma Zeta. 

John J. Pringle 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Coop; German Club: Leader Fall 

Dances. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 






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Lid a Ramsay 

ATLANTA, GA. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

House President Woman's Asso- 
ciation. 
Chi Omega. 



Rebecca Nelle Ranson 

mNTERSVILLE, X. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education. 



Kenneth Bryan Raper 

WELCOME, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Dialectic Senate (1, 2) ; Deutsche 
Verien (2) ; Davidson County 
Club; President (4); Elisha 
Mitchell Scientific Society: Assis- 
tant in Botany (2. 3. 41. 



Augustus Barker Raymer 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: LLB. 
Delta Sigma Phi ; Phi Alpha Delta. 



Noah Green Raynor 

LINDEN, N. C. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



John Wyeth Ray 

PITTSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Treasurer Y. M. C. A. (3, 4) ; 

Speaker Phi Society (4) ; Tar Heel 

Staff (3) ; Senior Class Executive 

Committee. 





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Otto Horace Reese 

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



Paul Apperson Reid 

PILOT MOUNTAIN, X. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Surry County Club. 



Mary Louise Riggsbee 

CARRBORO, X. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



James Mebsuie Robertson 

CHARLESj N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Elislia Alitchell Scientific Socict 



Edwctrd Rondthaler, Jr. 

WINSTOX-SALEM, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Glee Club ; University Orchestra 

Freshman Friendship Council 

Deutche Verein. 



Charles Reld Ross 

LILLINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Theta Chi. 




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Mela Allen Royall 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. 

President Woman's Association. 
Pi Beta Phi. 

Henry Clement Satterfield, 
Jr. 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Minotaurs; Gimghouls ; Coop; 
Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; Pre- 
sident Sophomore Class ; Secretary 
Freshman Class; German Club; 
Commencement Ball Manager; 
Golden Fleece ; Varsity Baseball 
(2, 3, 4) ; Monogram Club. 
Kappa Sigma. 

BenJ8unin David Schwartz 

WILIIIXOTON', X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Tor Heel Business Staff (2). 
Tau Epsilon Phi. 

William LaFayette Scott 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Tennis Team (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Captain 

Tennis Team (4). 

Pi Kappa Phi. 

Susie Marshall Sharp 

REIDSVILLE, X. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: LLB. 

North Carolina Law Revieiv (2, 
3") ; Secretary and Treasurer Third 
Year Law Class ; President McRae 
Law Club (2) ; Rockingham 
County Club; North Carolina Bar. 



William Bryon Sharp 

GREEXSBORO, X. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 
Theta Phi; Phi Zeta Nu. 





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Paul Edmond Shearin 

ESSEX, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Mathematics Club; Phi Society; 
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 

George Edward Shepard 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 24', Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Assistant Coach of Basketball ; 

Coop; Captain Freshman Football. 

Kappa Sigma. 

Judah Shohan 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Tail Epsilon Phi. 

William Burder Shuford 

HICKORY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B. S. 
Commerce. 

Order of iMinotaurs; Coop; Foot- 
ball Squad (3, 4) ; Secretary 
Woodberry Forest Club (2). 
Kappa Sigma. 

Jesse Frank Hobbs 

EDENTON, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: B.S. 

Medicine. 

Theta Kappa Psi. 

Charles Henry Sikes 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: B. S. 

Medicine. 

Band ; Chairman U. N. C. Medical 

Society ('27). 

Theta Kappa Psi. 






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Paul Taylor Simpson 

ROSEBORO, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Track Squad (1); Cross-Country 
Squad (4) ; Sampson County Club; 
Philanthropic Society; Library 
Assistant (2, 3, 4) : Accounting 
Laboratory Assistant (4). 
Delta Sigma Pi. 



Carson Fraser Sinclair 

WINTER HAVEN, FLA. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

High Point Club. 
Theta Chi. 

Frank LeRoy Smith 

MOUNT AIRV, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Tar Heel Staff (2) ; Spanish 

Club; Elisha Mitchell Scientific 

Society ; Surry County Club. 

Sigma Zeta. 

William Frsmklin Smith 

CHADBOURN, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Sidney Caughman Snelgrove 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Band (1, 2. 3, 4); Playmaker 

Orchestra; Wigue and Masque 

Orchestra ; Palmetto Club. 

Fitzhugh Lee Southerland 

WILLARD, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Theta Kappa Nu. 




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Walter Smith Spearman 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Secretary Freshman Friendship 
Council ; President Sophomore Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet; Secretary Y. 
M. C. A.; Ass't. Editor Carolina 
Handbook; Buccaneer Staff; As- 
sistant Editor-in-Chief of Yackety 
Yack; Editor-in-Chief Tar Heel; 
President N. C. Collegiate Press 
Association; Senior Executive 
Committee ; Carolina Playmakers ; 
President Phi Beta Kappa : Inter- 
Fraternity Council; German Club; 
Ass't. Leader Junior Prom ; Ass't. 
Leader Senior Dance; Di Senate; 
Amphoterothen ; Grail; Senior 
Order of Daviens ; Golden Fleece. 
Chi Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Epsilon 
Phi Delta. 

John Wesley Heartsfield 
Spears 

LILLINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

German Club ; Coop 
nity Counci 



Inter-Frater- 
Buchan Prize. 
Phi Delta Theta. 



George Fulton Spell 

RED SPRINGS, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
James Carlisle Stabler 

ST. MATTHEWS, S. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Di Society ; Secretary South Caro- 
lina Club. 

John S. Stafford 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Track (3, 4) ; Monogram Club. 

James Alfred Stanley 

WARRENSVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

British Union Debate ; Buccaneer 

Staff (3) ; Ashe County Club. 

Tau Kappa Alpha. 





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Wymon Plato Starling 

ROSKBORO, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 
Medieine. 

Lambda Chi Alpha ; Alpha Kappa. 
Kappa. 



Randall McKnight Starrett 

MORGANTON, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 
Beta Theta Pi. 



Elbert Elwin Stauber 

RURAL HALL, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Secretary (4) ; 
Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Playniakers 

(2). 

.Mpha Kappa Psi ; Epsilun Phi 

Delta; Phi Mii Alpha. 



Clarence Hubert Stewart 

CONCORD, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Clifton Carr Stokes 

URIFTON, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: B.S. 

Geology. 

Pitt County Club; Vice President 

Pitt County Club; Phi Assembly; 

Assistant in Geology. 



Robert Edwards Stone 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 








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Willleun Julian Stone 

THOMASVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

President Davidson County Club; 

Wrestling Team (i) ; Freshman 

Baseball. 

Sigma Zeta. 



Catharine Kelso Taylor 

MORGANTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A. B. 
Pi Beta Phi. 



Cecil Grady Taylor 

WILLIAMSTON, N. C. 

Age: 19, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Havens Eldna Taylor 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 
Education. 



Eugene Graham Thompson 

ROXBORO, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: LLB. 

Wrestling Squad ('24) ; Wrestling 
Team ('25, '27, '28) ; Captain ('28) 
Monogram Club ; McGehee Law 

Club. 
Sigma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. 



Horace Brown Thompson 

MATTHEWS, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 

Mecklenburg County Club; Fresh- 
man Friendship Council ; Sopho- 
more Y. M. C. .A. Cabinet; Junior 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet." 




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Kirby Dew Thompson 

RICHLANDS, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Phi Assembly. 

Lawrence Thompson 

NEW VORK, X. y. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Carolina Playmakers. 
Chi Psi. 

Rosalie Thrall 

CHAPEL HILL, X. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Samuel Monroe Turner 

NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 

Age: 27, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Freshman Debating Council ; Di 
Senate ; Secretary Wilkes County 
Club; Renfro Club; North Caro- 
lina Club. 

Wilburne Wells Turner 

TEACHEY, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

North Carolina Club; Circulation 




Staff Tar Heel (2); 
County Club. 
Phi Kappa Delta. 



Duplin 



Alton Clark Underwood 

ELIZABETHTOWN, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Tar Heel Staff (1); Y. U. C. A. 
Cabinet (1). 
Sigma Chi. 





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Henrietta Underwood 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 

Agf: 19, Degree: A.B. 



William Alfred Vsmstory 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Minotaurs; Gimghouls. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Weddle Walter Vaughn 

ELM CITY, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Iiiter-Fraternity Council; Germ.'ii 

Club. 

Chi Tau. 



Carl Vernon Venters 

RICHLANDS, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

President Inter-Fraternity Council ; 

Cabin. 
Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi. 



Homer Jameson Vernon 

SPRAY, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Buccaneer Art Staff. 



Baxter Francis Wade 

RO.XBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

-•American Society of Civil En- K 
gineers ; Band. 
Theta Phi. 




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Rogers Christopher Wade 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 

Accnuiiting Laboratory Instructor, 

William Stanley Wall 

ENFIELD, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Inter-Fraternity Council ; Execu- 
tive Committee Senior Class; Ger- 
man Club. 
Theta Chi. 



Rebecca Walser 

HIGH POINT, X. C. 

Age: 19. Degree: A. B. 
Richard Gaither Walser 

LE.XINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Cabin ; Wigue and Masque ; Caro- 
lina Playmakers ; German Club; 
Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Davidson County Club. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Lois Morton Warden 

LOriSVILLE, KY. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Carolina Playmakers; Vice Presi- 
dent Woman's Association. 
Pi Beta Phi. 



Allan Mackenzie Watt 

(iREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Cheerios ; Di Senate ; Freshman 

Tennis; Varsity Tennis Squad; 

Intra-Mural Doubles Champion. 

Sigma Phi Sigma. 






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Samuel Elason Way 

BEAUFORT, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

Cartaret County Club; North 

Carolina Club; Band. 

Chi Tail. 



James Hau-ry Weatherly 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

e: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Y. M. C. .■\. Cabinet; Senior Class 
Executive Committee; Vice Presi- 
dent Dialectic Senate ; Rockingham 

County Club. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon ; Phi Beta 

Kappa ; Epsilon Phi Delta. 



Whitmel Hill Webb, Jr. 

HILLSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 
Zeta Psi. 

William Edward Webb 

THOMASVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Minotaurs; Cabin; Gorgon's Head; 

Inler-Fraternity Council; Leader 

Mid-Winter Dances. 

Kappa Sigma. 

Harold Davis Welborn 

HlfiH POINT, N. c. 

Age: 20. Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Freshman Priendship Council: 
Freshman Track; Sophomore Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet ; Junior-Senior 
Y. M. C. .\. Cabinet ; Executive 
Committee Senior CK'.ss; High 
Point Club. 

John Ch£urles Wessell, Jr. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: A.B. 

Tar Heel Staff ; German Club. 
Delta Sigma Phi. 




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Charles Hasford White, Jr. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, TENN. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Education. 

nter-Fraternity Council (4) ; Band 
(2); President Band (3); Man- 
ager (4). 
Phi Sigma Kappa ; Phi iVIu Alpha. 

Harold Moultrie White 

GREENWOOD, S. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

German Club; Pan-Hellenic 

Council (3) ; Cabin. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Howard Emsley Whitley 

MONROE, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: PhG. 
Phi Delta Chi. 



Philip Ray Whitley 

WENDELL, N. C. 

Age: 23, Degree: LLB. 

Buccaneer Staff; Philanthropic 
.Assembly ; Wake County Club ; 
Freshman Baseball ; Manager In- 
tra-mural Football ; McGehee Law 
Club; German Club; President 
Democratic Club; Vice President 

Law Club Association. 

Lambda Chi Alpha ; Phi Alpha 

Delta. 



James William Williams 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; Vice 
President Y. M. C. A. (4) ; Foot- 
ball Squad (2, 3) ; Track Squad 
(2, 3, 4) ; President North Caro- 
lina Club (4) ; President Epsilon 

Phi Delta (4) ; Grail 
Pi Kappa Phi ; Epsilon Phi Delta. 



Lee Gerald Williams 

DOVER, N. C. 

Age: 25, Degree: A.B. 




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Dora Ivy Willis 

VALE, N. C. 

Age: 24, Degree: A.B. 
Mrs. Alfred R. Wilson 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Age: 29. Degree: A.B. 
Education. 

Edward Douglas Wilson 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Oirolina Playmakers ; Wigue and 
Masque: President (4); Com- 
mencement Marshal (3); Ass't. 
Leader Fall Dances (4); Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4) ; German 
Club. 
Zeta Psi: Epsilon Phi Delta. 

Willis Alexandria Wilson 

DOVER, X. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce 



Thomas E. Witty 

SUMMERFIELD, N. C. 

Age: 26, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 

Nelson Woodson 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Age: 20, Degree: A.B. 

Junior Order of Gimghouls ; Soph- 
omore Order of Sheiks ; Execu- 
tive Committee of German Club : 
.A.ss't. Manager Varsity Baseb.-ill 
(3) ; Manager Freshman Baseball; 
Secretary and Treasurer Fresh- 
man Friendship Council ; Y. M. C. 
A. Cabinet. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 




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Marion Frank Wooten, Jr. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. in C.E. 

William Cain Chapter American 

Society of Civil Engineers; Rifle 

Club (2, 3, 4) ; Cheerios. 



William Jerome Wortman 

MORGANTOXj X. C. 

e: 20, Degree: B.S. in E.E. 

American Institute of Electrical 

Engineers ; Burke County Club. 

Theta Phi. 



Kenneth Clayton Wright 

TOPTON, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 
Commerce. 



William Humber Wysong 

FLORENCE, S. C. 

Age: 21, Degree: B.S. 

German Club; Freshman Football; 

Varsity Football (2, 3) ; Palmetto 

Club. 

Sigma Delta. 



Adam Yoiince 

SPENCER, N. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: A.B.; LLB. 
Delta Tau Delta. 



Marion Justice Young 

SPARTANBURG, S. C. 

Age: 22, Degree: B.S. 

Commerce. 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3), 
Delta Sigma Phi. 




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SATTERFIELD 
BEST ATHLETE 



MACGRAV 
BEST ALL-ROUND 



SPEARMAN 
MOST BRILLIANT 






BOWMAN GRAY 
BEST EXECUTIVE 



HOWARD 
BIGGEST BULL SHOOTER. 



ADAMS 
BEST BUSINESS MAN 




LEATH 
BEST-LOOKING 



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SATTERFIELD 
MOST POPULAK 




PERRY 
MOST ORIGINAL 



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HOWELL 
BIGGEST LADIES MAN 



GREGORY 

BIGGEST VILLAIN 



SPEARMAN 
MOST INFLUENTIAL 






BROADUS 
PRETTIEST 



BIGGEST NUT 






WARDEN 
MOST DRAMATIC 



M^ALISTER. 
MOST FLIRTATIOUS 



M<=GLELLAND 
MOST POPULAR CO-ED 



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Officers of the Junior Class 

Rav S. F arris President 

James B. Conn ell Vice-President 

Hknry M. Sinclair Secret an/ 

Arch T. Allen Treasurer 

R. C. Greene Representative on Student Couticil 



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Harold I. Aaron 
SPENCER, N. c. 



William Jackson Adams 
carthage, n. c. 

Amphoterothen ; Yackciv i'ack St;iff (1, 
2) ; Buccaneer Staff (2, 3) ; Dialectic Sen- 
ate ; Woodberry Forest Club. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Fenton a. Adkins 
durham, n. c. 

Sigma Chi. 



Raymond Melvin Ainsley 
ROPER, n. c. 



George Zachariah Alden 

ARDEN, N. C. 



James Moses Alexander 
derita, n. c. 



John Johnston Alexander 

charlotte, n. c. 

Theta Chi. 



Penelope Browne Alexander 
charlotte, n. c. 
Delta Delta Delta 



Arch T. Allen, Jr. 
raleigh, n. c. 

Treasurer Junior Class ; Commencement 

Marshal; German Club; Gorgon's Head; 

Minotaurs; Cabin; Boxing Team (2, 3); 

Monogram Club. 

Sigma Nu. 



K. E. Alspaugh 

taylorsville, n. c. 

Theta Phi. 









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Julia Altizer 

huntington, w. va. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



Frank Armfield 

CONCORD, N. c. 



Louis Appel 
brooklyn, n. y. 



Edwin Burtis Aycock 
fremont, n. c. 



Henry McKean Baggs 

washington, d. c. 

Chi Psi. 



David Graham Ball 
raleigh, n. c. 



Alice Caroline Ballenger 
wellford, s. c. 



Elizabeth Swann Barber 

raleigh, n. c. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



Charles Lewis Barnhardt 
oakboro, n. c. 



Raymond Elmo Bass 

black creek, n. c. 

Alpha Chi Sigma. 




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David Wilkinson Bkll, Jr 
washington, d. c. 

Kappa Psi. 



William Otis Bennett 

warren, pa. 

Chi Psi. 



William Edward Bett 



ROME, GA. 

Chi Phi 



Hurston Steele Bivens 
goldsboro, n. c. 



William Wayne Blackwelder 

lenoir, n. c. 

Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Carl Walter Blackwood 
melvin hill, n. c. 



Jacob Curtis Blackwood 
melvin hill, n. c. 



William Edward Bobbitt 
rocky mount, n. c. 

Art Editor Buccaneer (3, 4) ; President 
Freshman Friendship Council ; Willam Cain 
Chapter American Society of Civil En- 
gineers ; Junior-Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 
Pi Kappa Phi. 



Robert B. Boltoi 

RICH square, n. c 

Kappa Psi. 



Griswold Ladd Bouteiller 

middletown, conn. 

Phi Gamma Delta. 




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Harry Gray Brainakd 
spencerport, n. y. 

Buccaneer Staff. 
Sigma Delta. 



George W. Bradham 
new bern, n. c. 

Football Squad (2) ; Sub- Assistant Manager 

Baseball (2) ; Tar Heel Business Staff (1) : 

French Club (2). 

Beta Theta Pi. 



John Brandt 
chapel hill n. c. 

Cabin. 
Delta Psi. 



Justin Roosevelt Braswell 
unionville, n. c. 

Dan Johnson Brawlev 

statesville, n. c. 

Alpha Chi Sigma. 



Sidney Brick 
DILLON, s. c. 

Tar Heel Business Staff. 
Phi Alpha. 



Clyde Wallace Briles 
high point, n. c. 



Joseph Herman Brisson 

ST. PAULS, N. c. 

Robeson County Club ; North Carolina Club, 
Sigma Zeta. 



Bertram Hoole Brown 
tarboro, n. c. 

Phi Gamma Delta. 

Bonnie Curlee Brown 

elkin, n. c. 

Kappa Psi. 




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Travis Taylor Brown 
charlotte, n. c. 

Freshman Friendship Council; Vice-Presi- 
dent Sophomore Y. M, C. A. Cabinet; Phi 
Assembly; Vackety Vack Staff (1, 2) ; As- 
sociate Editor (3); Varsity Track Sqnad; 
Publication Union Board; Amphoterothen ; 
Order of the Grail. 
Phi Gamma Delta. 



John Henry Brunjes 
wilmington, n. c. 

Band n, 2, 3). 
Sigma Phi Sigma. 



Leon Bryan 

conway, s. c. 

Palmetto Club. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

James Alvin Bunting 

BETHEL, N. C. 

German Club. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 

William Clingan Burnett 

TRYON, N. c. 

Theta Phi: Phi Zeta Nu. 
Edwin Elliotte Butler 

CLINTON, N. c. 

Cabin. 

Sigma Nu. 

Robert Terrell Byerly 
cooleemee, n. c. 

Edward Purnell Cahoon 

COLUMBIA, N. C. 

Phi Delta Chi. 

Charles Dobyns Calhoun 
raleigh, n. c. 

Phi Assembly; "13" Club; Buccaneer Art 
Staff; Commencement Marshal; Sub-Assis- 
tant Manager Football. 
Zeta Psi. 

Newton Sudduth Calhoun 

raleigh, n. c. 

Zeta Psi. 











[one HUNDRED ONe] 



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Charles Carroll Carpenter 

CROUSE, N. c. 



Frederick Louis Carr, Jr. 

WILSON, N. c. 
Sigma Nu. 



Gabriel Paul Carr 
teacheys, n. c. 

Phi Assemlily; North Carolina Chili; Deliate 
Club. 



Marvin Stewart Carter 

albemarle, n. c. 

Acacia. 



Olivia Hart Chamberlain 

lincolnton, n. c. 

Delta Delta Delta. 



William James Chandler 
winston-salem, n. c. 

Assistant Cheerleader (2) ; Chief Cheer- 
leader (3); Freshman Friendship Council; 
Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Secretary 
Jimior-Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3); 
Dialectic Senate ; Playmakers. 
Chi Tau. 



Robert Hunter Cheatham 

durham, n. c. 

Chi Psi. 



William Churchill Cheatham 
raleigh, n. c. 

Freshman Football ; Freshman Basebal 

Cabin. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Nellie Rives Cheek 

CHAPEL hill, N. C. 



Rance Edward Clark 
pinetops, n. c. 








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Ralph Stokes Collins 

AYDEN, N. c. 
Pitt County Club; Deutsche Verein. 

Chrlstine L. Coefey 
lewisburo, tenn. 

Woman's Student Council. 
Sigma Kappa. 

Gabriel Murrel Cohen 
louisville, ky. 

Phi Alpha. 

Jerome Cohen 
henderson, n. c. 

Philanthropic Assembly; Freshman Debat- 
ing Club ; Intra-Society Debate ; Inter-Col- 
legiate Debate ; Freshman Cross-Country 
Boxing Squad (1, 2) ; Wrestling Squad (3) ; 
Freshman Track Team. 
Tau Epsilon Phi. 

Milton Cohen 

flushing, l. i. 

Phi Alpha. 

George Frederic Cole 

southern pines, n. c. 
President Le Cercle Francais. 



Coleman C. Cates 
burlington, n. c. 

Cheatham G. Coley 
raleigh, n. c. 

Freshman Boxing Team; Varsity Boxing 

Team; Monogram Club; Woodherry Forest 

Club ; Phi Assembly. 

Chi Psi. 



Beth Colley 
bloomsburg, pa. 

Pyramid Club. 

George Leslie Conley 

MARION, N. c. 

Chi Tau; Delta Sigma Pi. 



[one hundred threeJ 



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Elisha Coppicusmith 
elizabeth city, n. c. 

("leriiKii Club; Wrestling Team (1). 
Sigma Epsilon. 



Carolyn Clarice Cox 
snead's ferry, n. c. 
Woman's Association. 



David Jenkins Craig, Jr. 
statesville, n. c. 

German Club; Assistant Manager Football; 
Junior Order of Gorgon's Head; Snpbnniort 

Order of Minotaurs. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Stranleigh Beverley' Crawford 
cornelia, ga. 



Robert S. Cromartie, Jr. 
elizabethtown, n. c. 

Kappa .\lpha.' 



Thomas Walter Crowson, Jr. 
fayetteville, n. c. 



Graham McKinzie Ci-lbreth 
raeford, n. c. 



Kappa Psi. 



Anne Kelso Currie 

fayetteville, n. c. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



Sydney McLean Ci'rry 
raleigh, n. c. 



William R. Curtis 

franklinville, n. c. 

Randolph County Club; Le Cercle Francais. 







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Charles Claxton Dalton 
forest city, n. c. 



Elmer Robert Davis 

SOUTHERN pines, N. C. 

Freshman Track and Cross-Country ; Ameri- 
can Institute of Electrical Engineers. 
Alpha Lambda Tau. 



Elbert H. Denning 
albemarle, n. c. 

Rifle Club (2, 3) : Rifle Team (2. 3) ; Tar 

Heel Staff (3). 

Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Louis Henry deRossET 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Shieks ; Coop. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Daniel Charles DeWolfe, Jr. 
monroe, conn. 
Phi Delta Theta. 



Felix Gladstone Doggett 
brown summitt, n. c. 

Rifle Club. 



Francis Elmer Drake 

SCOTLAND neck, N. C. 



Willia.m Henry Dry 

CAREY, N. C. 

Freshman Track Team; Varsity Track 

Squad ; Buccaneer .Art Staff. 

Theta Phi. 



Sam Arrington Dunn, Jr. 

scotland neck, n. c. 

Zeta Psi. 



Morris Herman Dworin 
new york, n. y. 








[one hundred five] 



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James Sidney Eaves 
younosville, n. c. 

Dialectic Senate. 
Theta Kappa Nu; Kappa Psi. 

Celeste Edgerton 

KENLY, N. C. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



Cyrus M. Edson 
tampa, j'la. 

Dialectic Senate ; Carolina Plavmakers ; Y. 



M. C. A. Cabinet. 
Chi Phi. 



Thomas Hicks Edwards 

Rt'THERFORDTON, N. C. 

Frcshmr.n Baseball Team ; Varsity Basebal 
Squad. 



Walter Eugene Eskevv 
greenville, n. c. 

Varsity Football (2. 3). 
Chi Phi. 



Elbert Stanford Eskridoe 
lawndale, n. c. 

Glee Club: Band. 

John Herbert Estep 
whitehead, n. c. 

Glee Club. 

Lyda Harris Eubanks 
chapel hill, n. c. 

James Payne Fagan 
erwin, tenn. 

Inter- Fraternity Council. 
.Mpha Lambda Tan. 

Tho.mas Erskine Faires 
charlotte, n. c. 

Hand (1. 2, ?<) ; Orchestra (\) : Buccaneers 

(2, 3). 

Phi Mu Alpha. 



[one hundred si.t] 




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Sara Gilmouu Falkrnkr 

golusboro, n. c. 

Pi Beta Phi. 

Staurt Allan Farlfkjh 
chicaoo, ill. 

Freshman Basketljall ; Varsity Basketball 

Squad ; Cabin ; German Club ; Yackcty Yack 

Business Staff. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



William York Farrf.ll 

mebane, n. c. 

Ray Simpson Farris 
charlotte, n. c. 

President of Junior Class ; Varsity Football : 
Varsity Baseball ; Vice-President Monogram 
CM); Dialectic Senate; Grail; Captain- 
Elect of Football. 
Sigma Phi Sigma. 5 



William Lumsden Fearing 
elizabeth city, n. c. 

Sigma Chi. 



Marshall Yount Feimster 
newton, n. c. 

"13" Club; Cabin; Tar Heel Business Staff; 

Assistant Business Manager of Buccaneer; 

Glee Club; Wigue and Masque; Gorgon's 

Head. 

Sigma .\lpha Epsilon. 



David B. Felmet 
waynesville, n. c. 

Julian Baker Fenner 

TARBORO, N. C. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Thomas Russell Ferguson 

newell, n. c. 

Cheerios. 

Frank Reavis Fleming 
hamptonville, n. c. 




[one HUNDRED SEVEn] 




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Marion Geddings Follin, Jr. 
winston-salem, n. c. 

"ir Club; Gimghoul; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 

Commencement Marshal ; Grail ; Dialectic 

Senate. 

Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



John Fred Ford 
belmont, n. c. 



German Club. 
Sigma Phi Sigma. 



Haskell Wright Fox 
troutman, n. c. 



Raymond Carl Freeman 
colerain, n. c. 



Edna Lee Fussell 
rose hill, n. c. 



Herman C. Gaddy 

peachland, n. c. 



Harry Joseph Gallaxd 
brooklyn, n. y. 

Till- Heel Staff (2) ; Assistant Editor (3) ; 
Rifle Club and Team (2) ; Dialectic Senate 
(2, 3) ; Mary D. Wright Debate (2) ; Am- 
photerothen; ]'ackcty i'nck Strff; B.'if- 
caiicei- Staff. 
Zeta Beta Tau. 



Irving Garris 
murfreesboro, n. 



Ralph Bernard Garrison 
glen alpine, n. c. 

Vice President Burke County Club (2) ; 

President (3); North Carolina Club; Vice 

President Triangle Club. 



Walter Irving Gibson 
high point, n. c. 








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Mary Conchita Gil 
tampa, fla. 



Harry Marion Giliiert 
darlington, s. c. 



Ned Butler Giles 
glen alpine, n. c. 

(.'.erman Club; Assistant Manager Boxing. 
Chi Tau. 



George Gleaton 

conyers, ga. 

Chi Psi. 



George Browne Goode 
rutherford college, n. c. 

Freshman Friendship Council ; Burke County 
Club; President Triangle Club. 



Gary Jackson Goodwin 
APEX, n. c. 
Kappa Psi. 



Cleon Walton GooDwir 
oriental, n. c. 



George Malcolm Grahab 
jonesboro, n. c. 



John Washington Graham 
edenton, n. c. 

Woodberry Forest Club; German Club; As- 
sistant Manager Boxing; i'achcty Vack 
Business Staff (\). 
Zeta Psi. 



Robert L. Graham, Jr. 
charlotte, n. c. 

Vice President Freshman Friendship Coun- 
cil ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Phi Assembly; 
Amphoterothen ; Yackety Yack Staff. 
Phi Gamma Delta. 



[one hundred nine] 



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Calvin Graves, Jr. 

mount airv, n. c. 

Pi Kappa Phi. 



Gordon Gray 

winston-salem, n. c. 

jNIinotaurs; Gimghouls ; Inter-Fraternity 
Council ; Business Manager Carolina Maga- 
zine : Yackcty Yack Staff; Assistant Mana- 
ger Baseball: Commencement IMarshal ; 
Basketball Squad. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Edwin Connelly (jhavrill 
roanoke, va. 

James Monroe Graybill 
roanoke, va. 

Stanley' Everette Green 

BOILING springs, N. C. 

^ ^ Glee Club: Cleveland County Club; Y. M 
C. A. Cabinet. 



Alton Glenn Greene 

CANDOR, N. c. 

North Carolin ; Club. 

Ralph Cordell CJheene 
marshville, n. c. 

-Assistant Manager Basketball; Assistant 
Treasurer Grail ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ( 1, 2, 
i) : Treasurer (2) ; Dialectic Senate; Fresh- 
man Friendship Council ; Student Council 
(3); Business Staff Yackcty Yack: Assis- 
tant Leader Junior Prom; German Club. 
Sigma Zeta. 

Harky Cjlenroy Grier 
gastonia, n. c. 

Vice President Band ; Gaston County Clul 

Boxing Squad. 

Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Mary Irene CJriffith 
ruffin, n. c. 

Harry- Grossman 
mebane, n. c. 

Yackety Yack Business Staff ; Phi Assembly, 
Phi Alpha. 



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Catharine Groves 
chapel hill, n. c. 



Charles Williaji Hadlev 

BADIN, N. C. 



Georue Winston Hamer 

MfCOLL, S. C. 

Sigma Nu. 



EiTGENE Ashby Hammond 

ROWLAND, N. C. 



Asa Hamrick Hamrick 
shelby, n. c. 



James Turner Harden 

graham, n. c. Ii 

Freshman Football and Baseball ; Varsity ' 
Football and Baseball; Alamance County 

Club; Eses. ' ,, 



Jason Hugh Hakdin 
forest city, n. c. 



Phoebe Randolph Harding 

washington, n. c. 

Phi Beta Phi. 



William Foster Hargrove 

CANTON, N. c. 



Frank Trumbo Harper, Jr. 
kinston, n. c. 



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[one hundred eleven] 




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LiNwooD Parker Harrell 

EDENTON, N. C. 

Vackety Yack Staff; Tar Heel Staff; Phil- 
anthropic Assembly; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
German Club. 
Sigma Epsilon. 



Boyd White Harris. Jh. 
durham, n. c. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

Ptolemy Tinsley Harris 

silverstreet, s. c. 

Band (2, 3). 

Edward Floyd Hathaway 
bethel, n. c. 

Thaddeus Valmonte Hedgpeth 
elm city, n. c. 

Cabin; German Club; American Institute 

of Electrical Engineers. 

Sigma Nu. 

Joseph Broadus Henderson 

QUEBEC, N. c. 

Odie B. Herring 
roseboro, n. c. 



William Logan Higdon, Jr. 
franklin, n. c. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

Henry Osborne Hill 

D.4NVILLE, va. 

Guy Edward Hill 
greensboro, n. c. 

Freshman Friendship Council; Sophomore 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Junior-Senior Y. M. 
C. .'\. Cabinet; Sub-Assistant Manager Base- 
ball (2) ; Assistant Manager Baseball (3) ; 
Collections Manager Tar Heel (2) ; Yackely 
Yiick Business Staff (2) ; Junior Class 
E.xecutive Committee (3) ; Business Mana- 
ger Yaekety Yaek (3). 
Lamba Chi Alpha. 



[one hundred twelve] 



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Conrad Ogburn Hinshaw 
pleasant garden, n. c. 



John Irving Hocutt 
clayton, n. c. 



James Durward Hofler 
hobbsville, n. c. 



Glenn Parran Holder 
greensboro, n. c. 

Managing Editor and Assistant Editor Tar 
Heel; Sigma Upsilon; Epsilon Phi Delta: 
Epsilon Upsilon Epsilon; Theta Alpha Chi; 
Publications Union Board ; Carolina Maga- 
zine Staff ; Amplioterothen ; Junior Class 
Executive Committee; Class Executive Com- 
mittee (1). 
Sigma Delta. 



Haywood Dail Holderness 
tarboro, n. c. 

Order of Sheiks. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Troy Lester Holland 

NEBO, N. c. 

Robert Edward Lee Holt, Jr. 
chapel hill, n. c. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



WiLLiAJi Robert Hooivs 
fremont, n. c. 

Francis Marion Houston 
raleigh, n. c. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Robert Alexander Hovis 
charlotte, n. c. 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; Freshman Friendship 
Council; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Yaeketv 
Yack Staff (1, 2); Assistant Editor in 
Chief (3) ; Junior Class Executive Com- 
mittee ; German Club. 
Chi Psi; Phi Mu Alpha. 










[one hundred thirteen] 



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Frank Short Howell 

fayetteville, n. c. 

Kappa Alpha. 



Hughes Bayne Hoyle 
manteo, n. c. 



William Beekman Huger 

savannah, ga. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Paul Addison Hunt 

PLEASANT garden, N. C. 



Thomas Allison Hunter 
greensboro, n. c. 

First Assistant Leader Junior Prom ; Sub- 

Assistant Manager Wrestling; Assistant 

Manager Wrestling; Track Squad; German 

Club; Freshman Friendship Council. 

Sigma Chi. 



Thomas Lindsay Hunter 
lincolnton, n. c. 



William Thomas Huntley, Jr. 
aberdeen, n. c. 

Baseball Term. 
Phi Delta Chi. 



Isaac Hall Huske 

fayetteville, n. c. 

Chi Phi. 



J. P. Huskins 

3URNSVILLE, N. C. 



William Thomas Jackson, Jr. 
weeksville, n. c. 

Phi Sigma Kappa. 








[one hundred fourteen] 



>4«YACKETY YACK 








Francis Atherton Jacocks 

tarboro, n. c. 

Zeta Psi. 



Brandol Franklin James, Jr 

AYDEN, N. C. 



Pitt County Club. 
Phi Mu Alpha. 



Watts Jewell 
tarryton, n. y. 



Burt Powers Johnson 
lillington, n. c. 



Elizabeth Johnson 

LOtHSBURG, N. C. 



Fred Odell Johnston 
kelford, n. c. 
Theta Kappa Nu. 



Henry Livingston Johnson 
DILLON, s. c. 



William Robert Johnson 
four oaks, n. c. 



Frank Allen Jones 
cofield, n. c. 
Theta Kappa Nu. 



David Kail 
new york, n. y. 




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Jacob Sidney Kirk 
mocksville, n. c. 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 
Theta Phi. 



Donald O. Kitchen 

greenville, s. c. 

Sigma Epsilon. 



Je.sse Walton Kitchin 
horseshoe, n. c. 



William Smith Koenio 
greensboro, n. c. 

Freshman Football, Boxing, and Track ; 
Shieks; Football Squad (2); Varsity Foot- 
ball (3). 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Morris Kusnitz, Jr. 
bridgeport, conn. 



Franklin Banks Kuykendal, Jr. 

matthews, n. c. 

Phi Zeta Nu. 



. John Albert Lang 
carthage, n. c. 

Phi Assembly ; Carolina Playmakers ; Inter- 
Collegiate Debates ; Cheerios ; Y, M. C. A. 
Cabinet; Duetsche Verein. 
Phi Kappa Delta. 



Moses Dan Lassiter, Jr. 
greenville, n. c. 



Frank Mortimer Lazarus 
raleigh, n. c. 
Tau Epsilon Phi. 

George Wesley Lewis 
marshallburg, n. c. 

Carteret County Club; North Carolina Club. 



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Leonard Daniel Lewis 
hendersonville, n. c. 

Tar Heel Business Staff. 
Phi Alpha. 



Matt R. Lewis 

atkinson, n. c. 

Kappa Psi. 



James Henry Lindsay 
rocky mount, n. c. 



James Thompson Lohnes 

VALLEY falls, N. Y. 

Theta Delta Chi. 



Dermot Lohr 

lexington, n. c. 

Freshman Friendship Council ; Davidson 



County Club. 



George Attmore Long 

graham, n. c. 

Eses ; Dialectic Senate. 



George W. Love 
hendersonville, n. c. 



Edwin Lawrence Lowery 
wingate, n. c. 



Roy Frank Lowry 
hickory, va. 

Fresliman Track Team; Varsity Track (2, 
3). 



Walter Guinn Lowry 
pineville, n. c. 

Varsity Track; Varsity Cross-Country ; 
Freshman Basketball. 








[one hundred seventeen] 



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Napoleon B. Liifty 
greensboro, n. c. 

Freshmrn Friendship Council ; SopViomore 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Junior-Senior Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet; Junior-Senior Y. M, C. A. 
Cabinet; Varsity Baseball (2) ; Captain (3) ; 
Monogr;m Cluij ; Varsity Basketball Squad 
(3) ; Sub- Assistant Manager Wrestling (2) ; 
Inter-Dormitory Council (2, 3). 



Homer LeGrand Lvon, Jr. 
whiteville, n. c. 

Cabin; Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; "13" Club; Ger- 
man Club; Vackcty Yack Business Staff 
(1, 2). 
Zeta Psi. 



W. H. McCall 
murphy, n. c. 

Georoe Harold McCormick 
oreensboro, n. c. 

DeWitt Clinton McCotter 
new bern, n. c. 

Cabin; Freshman Boxing; Freshman Friend- 
ship Council. 
Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Alvan Robbins McFayden 
fayetteville, n. c. 

I.c Cercle Francais; North Carolina Club; 
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 



Daniel Richard McGlohon 

WINTON, N. c. 

Freshman Boxing Team; Band (1. 2, 3); 
Tiir Heel Staff (2, 3) ; German Club. 



Ernest Clewell McInnis 

CLIO, s. c. 

Pi Kappa Phi. 

James Webb McIver 
mebane, n. c. 

Lewis Middleton McKee 
durham, n. c. 







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Olivia McKinne 
louisburg, n. c. 



William Merriman McKinnev 
greensboro, n. c. 



Calvin Sturgis McLaughlin 

CHARLOTTEj N. C. 



Sam Stevenson McNeely, Jr. 
charlotte, n. c. 

Student Council ; Glee Club ; Track. 
Sigma Phi Sigma. 



Frank Ramsay McNinch 

charlotte, n. c. 

Chi Psi. 



Garland McPherson 

high POINT, n. c. 

Tar Heel Staff (2) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; 
Treasurer Dialectic Senate ; Business Mana- f) (] 
ger Carolina Magaciiie (2) : Business Mana- 
ger Carolina Buccaneer (3). 

Sigma Delta. J; jj 



Angus Raymond Mc Racket 
shannon, n. c. 



Frank Mackey 
camden, s. c. 



Arthur Seldom Mann, Jr. 
elizabeth city, n. c. 

William Cain Chapter .American Society of 

Civil Engineers. 

Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Robert Dewey Marshall 

granite falls, n. c. 

Dialectic Senate. 



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Clarence Hubert Mason 

NEWPORT, N. c. 

Carteret County Club ; North Carolina Club. 

James Danie Matthews 

aberdeen, n. c. 
Kappa Psi. 

John Harrison Mebane 
greensboro, n. c. 

Amphoterothen ; Assistant Editor Tur Heel; 
Managing Editor Tar Heel; Managing Edi- 
tor Buecanecr ; Magazine Staff; Varsity 
Debater; Sigma Upsilon. 
SigTna Delta. 



Harry DeMeau.\ Mechem 
north wilkesboro, n. c. 

Anne Cambreleng Melick 

elizabeth city, n. 0. 

Pi Beta Phi. 

Edward Emerson Mendenhall 

greensboro, n. c. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

Armand Perez Mendez 
havana, cuba 

Spanish Club ; American Institute of Elec- 
trical Engineers ; Theta Alpha Chi ; Boxing 

Team. 
Alpha Lambda Tau; Epsilon Phi Delta. 



Albert Lewis Mercer 
beulaville, n. c. 



Orady Mercer 
beulaville, n. c. 



Robert Charles Merritt. Jr. 
wilmington, n. c. 

Sub-Assistant Manager Track ; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council. 
Delta Sigma Phi ; Alpha Kappa Psi. 




[one hundred twenty] 




>/f«YACKETY YACK 



William Edgar Mkrritt 

chapel hill, n. c. 

Tennis Team ; Monogram Club, 



Wesley Lee Montgomery 
BUNN, N. c. 

Phi Assembly. 



James Ashby Moore 
danville, va. 



Stephanie Moore 

FAISON, N. c. 



William Brewer Morgan 
pittsboro, n. c. 



William Shelburn Moye, Jr 
rocky mount, n. c. 

Inter-Fraternity Council. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Robert Long Murphy 
salisbury, n. c. 

Sigma Nu. 



David Anderson Nims 

mount HOLLY, N. C. 

Track; Grail; Cabin. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Robert Mitchell Oliver 
DILLON, s. c. 
Kappa Sigma. 



Frank Church O'neil 
henderson, n. c. 




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Ruth Page 
marietta, n. c. 



William Palmer 
warrenton, n. c. 



Julian Ivanhoe Palmore 
college park, md. 

Minotaurs; Coop; German Club. 
Sigma Nu. 



B. Moore Parker 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Tar Heel Business Staff (2, 3) ; Collections 
Manager; Pan-Hellenic Council: Sub-As- 
sistant Manager Basketball ; Junior Class 
Executive Committee. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Jes.se Nicholas Parker, Jr. 
charlotte, n. c. 
Alpha Chi Sigma. 



John William Parker 
murfreesboro, n. c. 



Howard Taylor Parker 

GARYSBL'RG, n. c. 

Phi .\ssembly; Northhampton County Club. 



Paul E. Patten 

new bern, n. c. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Glee Club. 



Edwin Lemuel Patterson 
statesville, n. c. 

Cabin; German Club. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Gradon O'Kelly Pendergraft 

chapel hill, n. c. 
Circulation Manager Tar Heel (3). 



[one hundred twenty-two] 








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William Alva Perry 
mebane, n. c. 

Fresliman Track; Varsity Track (2) 
Olymbic Club. 



Carl Lee Petree 
winston-salem, n. c. 



William Athur Phillips 
grifton, n. c. 



John Baptist Pitlana 

udine, italy 

Epsilon Phi Delta. 

Graydon O. Pleasants 

winston-salem, n. c. 

Delta Sigma Phi. 



James Gregory Poole 
virgilina, va. 

Freshman Baseball ; Freshman Basketball ; 
Varsity Track. 
Sigma Delta. 



Francis Ross Porter 

MONROE, N. c. 

Union Countv Club. 



Douglas Laten Potter 

PALM beach, FLA. 

Junior-Senior Y. ]M. C. A. Cabinet; Blue 

Ridge Delegate (2). 

Beta Theta Pi. 



William H. Potter 
beaufort, n. c. 

Carteret County Club. 
Sigma Epsilon. 



Whitener Harris Prevost 

waynesville, n. c. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 



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[one hundred twenty-three] 




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IIknkel Moses Prick 

IIICKOKY, N. c. 

Sigma Zeta. 



Forrest Battle Pridgen 

CREEK, N. c. 

Ph.ilanthropic Assembly; ]'ackcty )'ack P>u- 

siness Staff; North Carolina Club. 

Chi Tau. 



Oliver M. Proffitt 

C.OSHEN, N. c. 



James W. Putnam, Jr. 

lincolnton, n. c. 

Delta Sigma Phi. 



George Lee Race 
cincinnati, ohio 

Freshman Basketball Team; Glee Club; 

Wigue and Masque ; Varsity Basketball and 

Squad : Inter-Fraternity Council ; Alinotaurs ; 

Gimghouls. 

Beta Theta Pi. 



Gilbert Turner Ragan 
HIGH point, n. c. 
Delta Tau Delta. 



Fred C. Rankin 
belmont, n. c. 



C. F. Rawls 

CATHARINE LAKE, N. C. 



Leonard Erastus Reaves 
raeford, n. c. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon ; Kappa Psi. 



Thomas Beatty Rector 

asheville, n. c. 





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John Charles Redding 

TRINITY, N. c. 

Alpha Lambda Tau. 



Charles Maurice Redfern, Jr. 

MONROE, N. c. 

Sigma Nu. 



Ralph Connor Reid 
charlotte, n. c. 



John D. Reinhardt 

cincinnati, ohio 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



E. C. Rhame 

CAMDEN, S. C. 



Charles F. Rhinehart 
canton, n. c. 

Freshman Cross-Country ; Freshman Track; 
Freshman Friendship. 



Leon Little Rhyne 
dallas, n. c. 

Theta Phi. 



George Francis Richards 

cranford, n. j. 

Beta Theta Pi. 



Benjamin Browning Roach 
whiteville, n. c. 



Alfred Clinton Rogers 
warsaw, n. c. 








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Marie Rooers 
kinston, n. c. 

William Devine Sabiston, Jr. 
jacksonville, n. c. 

John C. Sales, Jr. 

fletcher, n. c. 

Sigma Epsilon. 

George W. Sanders 
montclair, n. j. 

Freshman Wrestling Team ; Varsity Wrest- 
ling (2. 3); Vackcty Vack Staff; German 
Cluli; Coop; Shieks ; Gimghouls. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Earlie C. Sanderson 
chinquapin, n. c. 

Debate Club; Wingate Club. 

IsADOR Albert Schafer 
MorxT airv, n. c. 

Tau Epsilon Phi. 



Herman Walker Schnell 
chapel hill, n. c. 

i.V Club; .\ssistant Manager Wrestling 

(2); Manager Wrestling (3). 

Delta Psi. 



Elihit Bernard Schlosburg 
camden, s. c. 



Wigue and Masque. 
T?u Epsilon Phi. 



James Paul Scurlock 
greensboro, n. c. 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Officer (2); Fresh- 
man Football; F'reshman Wrestling; Bo.xing 
(2); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2); Quartet 
(1, 2); Playmakers (1, 2); Track Squad 
(1, 2, 3); American Society of Civil En- 
gineers; Wigue and Masque. 
Phi Sigma Kappa : Phi Mu Alpha. 



Charles Bion Sears 
whiteville, n. 0. 






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William Elledoe Selby 
belmont, miss. 



Charles John Shannon, IV 

CAMDEN, S. C. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



John Craig Shelton 
charlotte, n. c. 

German Club; Sub- Assistant Manager Track. 
Sigma Chi ; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



James Emory Sherwood 
greensboro, n. c. 



George Clyde Shinn 
georgeville, n. c. 



Wales P'ranklin Sigmon 
alexis, n. c. 



Howard Holmes Simpson 
roseboro, n. c. 

Cross-Country Team ; Sampson County Club. 



Henry' McLean Sinclair 
winter haven, fla. 

Secretary of Junior Class ; German Club. 
Theta Chi ; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Gene Cecil Sipe 
cherryville, n. c. 



Robert Cecil Sisk 
bryson city, n. c. 

American Pharmaceutical Association. 
Phi Delta Chi. 



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Jacob Edward Skinner 
greenville, n. c. 



John H. Skinner, Jr. 
west lafayette, ind. 

Uiiccancer Staff. 



Charles Lee Smith, Jr. 
raleigh, n. c. 

Varsity Football Squad; Freshman F'oot 

ball and Track ; Shiuks. 

Zeta Psi. 



George Yjile Smith 
brooklyn, n. y. 



WiNSLOW WiLKINUS SmITH 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Uelta Sigma Phi. 



Daniel Marshall Snyder 
hamlet, n. c. 

Treasurer Freshman Class ; Freshman Foot 
ball; Varsity Football (2, 3). 



Leon A. Spaudling 

ATHENS, PENN. 

Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3) 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



William Wesley Speight 

spring hope, n. c. 

Tar Heel Staff (2) ; Phi Assembly 



Frank Phillip Stimso 
statesville, n. c. 

Glee Club; Cheerios. 
Sigma Zeta. 



George Pryor Stone 
greensboro, n. c. 




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Leon Girley Stone 
greensboro, n. c. 



Jacob Hill Strong, Jr. 
rhinebeck, n. v. 

Phi Gamma Delta. 



Allston JiLHs Stiubs 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Glee Club. 
Alpha Tail Omega. 



Neona Oliva Sturgeon 

WEWOKA, okla. 

Pi Beta Phi. 



Granville Hamilton Swope 
baltimore, md. 

Chi Psi. 



Milton Edwin Tausend 
new YORK, n. y. 



Francis jMarion Taylor, Jr. 

enfield, n. c. 

Chi Tau. 



John Randolph Teague 
henderson, n. c. 

Freshman Football Squad ; German Clul.) 

Boxing Squad. 

Chi Psi. 



Harold Henry Teitelbaum 
jersey city, n. j. 



A. Lee Thomas 

MARSHVILLEj N. C. 








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LoY DuRANT Thompson, Jr. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Football Squad (2) ; Sub-Assistant Manager 
Basketball ( 2) ; Assistant Manager Basket- 
ball (3). 
Sigma Chi. 



Henry Granville Tilguman 

DUNN, N. c. 

Minotaurs; Assistant Manager Football (3) ; 
Secretary Junior Class; Chief Commence- 
ment Marshal. 
Zeta Psi. 



Robert Leslie Todd 
yadkinville, n. c. 



Francis Roger Toms 
petersburg, va. 

Coop; Minotaurs; Gimghoul ; American In- 
stitute of Electrical Engineers. 
Kappa Sigma; Phi Zeta Nu. 

Lawrence Everett Tulloch 
danville, va. 

Frank Kenyon Turner 
hillsboro, n. c. 

Band (1. 2, 3) ; Boxing (\. 2) ; Phi Assem- 
bly (1, 2). 

Eugene David Umstead, Jr. 

STEM, N. c. 

Harold Ezekiel Urist 
flushing, n. y. 

Francis Dubose Uzzell 
chapel hill, n. c. 

I'Vcshnian Friendship Council ; Sophomore 
Y. M. C. A. Council; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
(3); Phi Assembly (1, 2, 3); Freshman 
Cross-Countrv and Track; Varsitv Cross- 
country (2); Tar Heel Staff '(2). 



John Albert \'axn. Jr. 
rocky mount, n. c. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1. 2); Vackcty Vack 
Business Staff. 
Phi Kappa Phi. 




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Leland Vass 
charlotte, n. c. 



Odell S. Vestal 

lexington, n. c. 

Kappa Sigma. 



Raymond Davis Vogler 
mount airy, n. c. 



Charles Edward Waddell, Jr 

biltmore, n. c. 

Beta Theta Pi. 



Edmund L. Waddill 
henderson, n. c. 

'13" Club; Cabin; Carolina Buccaneer Or- 
chestra. 
Delta Tau Delta. 



Herbert C. Wall 

SOPHIA, N. c. 



Thomas Roger Walker 

reidsville, n. c. 

Rockingham County Club; Freshman Friend- 
ship Council ; Y. j\I. C. A. Cabinet. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Bernard Rudolph Ward 

fairmont, n. c. 

Kappa Psi. 



David Jackson Ward 

WELDON. N. c. 
Kappa Alpha. 



James K. Ward 

hendersonville, n. c. 

Delta Sigma Phi. 








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John Waller Warlaw 
plainfield, n. j. 

Organizer Jack Wardlaw and his Orchestra ; 

Organizer CaroHna Banjo Boys. 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



OsTELLE AlVIN WaRREN 
EAST GASTONIA, N. C. 



John Robert Wells 
murphy, n. c. 



Katharine Platt Wells 
laurel, miss. 



Charles Hardin West 
greensroro, n. c. 



Willis Guilford Whkhard 
greenville, n. c. 

Vice President Pitt County Club (1) ; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer (2) ; Cheerios. 
Sigma Zeta. 



William Burton White 

townsville, n. c. 

Theta Phi; Phi Zeta Nu. 



Ayer Crouch Whitley 
matthews, n. c. 
Dialectic Senate. 



James Lucius Whitley 
enfield, n. c. 






GuYON Eugene Whittet 

MARION, N, C. 

Chi Tau. 



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William Wayne Whittington 

SNOW HILL, N. c. 

University Band and Orchestra. 

Samuel Richardson Wiley 
greensboro, n. c. 

Carolina Rifle Club (1, 2, 3). 
Sigma Delta. 

Charles Frederick Williams 

raleigh, n. c. 

Zeta Psi. 

Joseph Carlyle Williams 

ERWIN, N. c. 

Freshman Intercollegiate Debater ; Varsity 
Intercollegiate Debater; Inter-Society De- 
l>ate: Sophomore-Junior Debate; Clerk of 
Dialectic Senate; Tar Heel Staff; Wrest- 
ling Squad (2); Debate Council; Yuckety 
fiuk Staff; President pro-tem of Dialectic 
Senate ; President Tau Kappa Alpha. 
Tau Kappa Alpha. 

Joseph Redmox Williams 
yadkinville, n. c. 

Renfro Club; Yadkin County Club; Dialec- 
tic Senate. 

CoLiE \'erxon Willia.mson 
hobvcken, n. c. 

Elwood Willis Willis 

marshallberg, n. c. 

Band; President Carteret County Club (2). 

John Fleming Wily, Jr 
durham, n. c. 

German Club; Shieks ; President (2); 
W'oodberry Forest Club; President (2); 
Treasurer Sophomore Class; Freshman 
Tennis Team ; Varsity Tennis Squad ; 
Manager Freshman Tennis (2) ; Varsity 
Basketball Squad (2, 3); Yackety Yack 
Staff (2, 3). 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Emmett Thormann Wilson 
asheville, n. c. 

Tar Heel Staff ; Buccaneer Staff ; Glee Club 

(1); Di Senate: Freshman Intra-Society 

Debate. 

G. C. WiNECOFF, Jr. 

qastonia, n. c. 








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Donald Leigh Wood 

KINSTON, N. c. 

Tar Hed Staff (2, 3) ; Yackctx Yack Staff 
(2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Phi Assembly 
( 1. 2); Inter-Society Debate; Freshman 
Intercollegiate Debate; Black and White 
Revue (1); Kalif of Kavak (2); Wigue 
and Masque. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Marshall Franklin Woodall 

BENSON, N. c. 



Erwin Carlyle Woodard 
princeton, n. c. 



William Thomas Woodard 
kenlev, n. c. 



James Doctrine Woodlky 
tarboro, n. c. 

Chi Phi. 



Auburn Leslie Wrkjht 
carrboro, n. c. 



Robert Pipkin Yelverton 

goldsboro, n. c. 

Zeta Psi. 



J. Otis Youngblood 

FLETCHER, N. C. 



Francis Vincent Zappa 
baltimore, md. 



Robert Lyles Zealy 
goldsboro, n. c. 

Freshman Wrestling; Varsity Wrestling (2, 

3 ) ; Amphoterothen ; Grail ; Assistant Sec- \- 

retarv and Treasurer German Club; Grr.il - 

Cup 1926. 1 

Zeta Psi. I 



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Officers of the Sophomore Class 

C. L. Wyrick President 

L. W. Moore Vice-President 

B. C. INIooRE Secretary 

C. R. McIvER Treasurer 

H. N. Patterson Student Councilman 



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V. 


M. Adams 


M. 11. Barnev 


R. 


B. Bolton 


W. R. Burgess 


T. 


R. Adams 


S. A. Harntt 


G. 


P. Boiirdclat 


W. 1,. 15urk,- 


R. 


M. Albright 


D. P. Barringer 


J. 


J. Bovd 


J. A. Burt 


A. 


L. Alexander 


C. R. Baucom 


B. 


L. Bovette 


C. M. Butler 


J. 


M. Alexander 


J. C. Beaklev 


L. 


M. Brannon 


L. M. Byrd 


H 


C. Allen 


Everett Beam 


W 


T. Braswell 


J. G. Byrer 


G. 


W. Aman 


C. C. Bell 


R. 


V. Brawlev 


R. C. Cadmus 


C. 


D. Andrews 


S. H. Bell 


F. 


M. Brickman 


W. L. Carbine. Jr 


s. 


W. Arenson 


G. R. Benton 


W 


H. Britt 


F. M. Carlisle 


B. 


D. Arnold 


R. H. Best 


H 


A. Brooks 


W. L. Carlisle 


A 


L. Ashburn 








J. A. Carpenter 






Theadore C. Bttiiea 


H 


T. Browne 




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B. Ashcraft 








D. J. Carr 


r 


H. Atkins 


R. E. Betts 


E. 


F. Brown 


D. W. Carter 


G. 


L. Bagby 


W. A. Biggs, Jr. 


Jonothan Brown 


H. P. Caton 


H 


M. Baggs 


V. A. Black 


J. 


L. Brown 


C. G. Chatham 


A. 


J. Bailey 


C. G. Blackwood 


N 


L. Bryan 


H. H. Choate 


M 


C. Baker 


S. R. Blair 


J. 


D. Bryson 


Page Choate 


0. 


W. Baker 


W. K. Blair 


C. 


F. Bullard 


H. F. Chrisco 


T. 


R. Baldwin 


B. X. Blalock 


F. 


B. Bunch 


R. E. Clark 


T. 


H. Barker, Jr. 


\'. H. Blumberg 


D 


N. Bunker 


T. M. Cleland 



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J. B. Clements 

B. D. Coffield 
Milton Cohen 
W. R. Coleman 
J. L. Coley 

C. W. Constantine 
R. W. Cook 

R. C. Corning 
Cj. T. Cornwell 
M. R. Cowper 
J. T. Craig 
F. L. Crane 
C. J. Craven 
W. S. Crawford 

B. L. Credle 
R. E. Crew 
S. E. Crew 
J. H. Croom 
W. S. Crouch 

C. F. Crutchfield 
J. T. Culton 



W. A. Daley 

D. J. Dalton 

E. P. Daraeron 
Clarence Davis 
Jefferson Davis 

0. G. Davis 
R. W. Davis 
Ci. L. Deese 
R. C. Deese 
.1. N. Deviney 
R. F. Dewey 
C. S. Dickie 
G. S. Dickson 
N. W. Dockery 

1. F. Doduck 
Gavin Dortch, Jr. 
T. B. Douglas 

J. W. Doughtie 
C. C. Duffy 
William Dunn. Jr. 
W. C. Dunn 



J. C. Eagles 

C. D, Eatman 
E. L. Eatman 
J. W. Eaton 

D. C. Edwards 
J. P. Edwards 
J. S. Eggleston 

E. E. Eisenberg 

D. L. English 
Wallace Enloe 
C. P. Erickson 
C. R. Erskine 

E. W. Eubank 
H. H. Eubank 
W. E. Evans 
A. H. Ewing 
C. H. Farrell 
Robert Farrell 
J. G. Faulkner 
J. L. Ferebee 
E. J. Ferguson 



F. J. Ferguson 
Adam Fisher, Jr. 
C. H. Fisher 
J. B. Fisher 
R. B. Fisher 
C. C. Ford 
Charles E. Ford 
H. S. Ford 
R. W. Franklin 
E. P. Freeland 

B. G. French 
L. H. Fussell 
E. D. Fysal 
M. A. Gallop 
A. C. Gaskill 
E. L. Gaskill 
K. A. Gay 

P. L. Gilbert 
H. W. Glascock 

C. A. Glenn 
J. H. Glenn 



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Sidney Glickman 
S. C. Glickman 

C. W. Goldston 
J. F. Goode 

A. R. Goodman 
J. V. Goodman 
Noah Goodridge 
E. K. Goodson 
J. C. Goodwin 
J. S. Gorham 

D. W. Graham 
J. M. Graham 
J. C. Grainger 
Milton Greenblatt 
R. L. Gribble 

J. O. Griffin 

H. F. Grindstaff 

E. T. Gross 

J. W. C. Grotyohann 



J. U. Gunter 
A. A. Gurganus 
W. H. Hadley 
E. R. Hamer 
J. G. Hamilton 
L. T. Hammond 
E. L. Harrington 
.1. L. Harris 
J. C. Harrish 
S. G. Haten 
C. L. Hawkins 
C. P. Hayes, Jr. 

E. L. Haywood 

F. W. Haywood 
J. E. Heller 

P. L. Henderson 
W. I. Henderson 
C. H. Henry 
M. G. Henry 
T. C. Henrv 



C. A. Hensley 
J. E. Henson 
J. F. Hester 
L. B. Hester 
E. B. Hewitt 
E. G. Hines 
J. M. Hines 
G. R. Hinton 
J. Hodges 
J. L. Hofler 
H. I. Hogan 
C. R. Holder 

E. C. Holmes 
C. C. Hoots 
G. F. Horney 
Irving Horowitz 
H. C. House 

F. J. Householder. Jr. 
J. M. Houston 

J. M. Howard 



R. E. Hubbard 

J. S. Hudson 

W. R. Hudspeth 

C. E. Hulon 

G. W. Hundley, Jr. 

W. C. Hunsucker 

M. N. Hunter 

T. F. Huss, Jr. 

Tabitlia C. Hutaff 

J. D. Idol 

F. W. Jackson 

H. T. Jackson 

Wade Jackson 

F. G. Jacoeks. Jr. 

W. K. James 

P. I. Janvey 

A. H. Jarratt. Jr. 

Jolin S. Jcmison 

E. H. Jennings 



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B. E. Johnson 


W. S. Lindsay 


R. E. Martin 




D. C. Johnson 


J. D. Linker 


O. R. Massey 




J. D. Johnson 


E. R. Lipscomb 


C. O. Mathews 




J. J. Johnson 


A. D. Little 


P. W. Mattocks 




P. B. Johnson, Jr. 


Franklin Little 


C. D. Mauney 




P. G. Johnson 


Howard Little 


D. C. Mayhew 




R. G. Johnson 


J. M. Little 


Henry Maynor 




H. W. Jones 


W. G. Long 


H. deC. Mazyck 




J. P. Jones 


J . H. London 


H. deM. Mechem 




W. B. Jones 


L. F. I>ondon 


W. C. Medford 




W. B. Jones 


,[. H. McCanless 


H. S. Merrell 




W. F. Jones 


O. J. McCoU 


W. D. Merritt, Jr. 




Henry Kapp 


Sum. McConnell, Jr. 


A. W. Michal 




T. R. Karriker 


,1. L. McDonald 


H. de la H. Miles 




J. S. Kaufman 


\V. R. McGhee 


Maurice Miller 




Bloomfield Kendall 


Roy McGinnis 


B. S. Mills 




W. F. Kessler 


W. H. McGlamery 


W. R. Mills. Jr. 




A. D. Kincaid 


A. D. McGowan 


J. R. Mohorn 




G. A. Kincaid 


R. L. McHargue 


A. R. Monroe 




W. H. Kingsbury 


O. K. Mcintosh 


C. S. Moody 




V. W. Kinlaw 


C. R. Mclver 


George Moody 




A. M. Kirkpatrick 


R. M. Mclver 


B. C. Moore 




J. J. Kirkpatrick 


C. B. MacKethan 


F. H. Moore 




P. P. Kjellesvig 


C. V. McKinney 


L. W. Moore 




H. E. Kramer 


A. D. McLeod 


W. B. Moore 




W. H. Kuralt 


R. B. McNulty 


W. W. Moore 




C. T. Laidlaw 


William McPherson 


R. M. Moretz 




B. B. Lane, Jr. 


A. E. McVitty 


George Morgan, Jr. 




P. N. Lane 


W. P. Mabrey. Jr. 


R. H. Morgan 




W. H. Lane 


C. J. Madry 


B. F. Foster 




W. R. Lathan 


J. F. Malone 


A. A. Mount 




A. S. Lawrence 


W. 0. Manbeck 


R. H. Munch 




W. N. Lawrence 


L H. Manning 


R. E. Myers 




M. T. Lea 


A. R. Marpet 


E. S. Nash 




P. 0. Leggett 


Ashworth Marshall 


E. A. Neely 




J. V. Lindley 


A. H. Martin 


David Neiman 











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H. A. Nelson 
G. L. Newman 
J. L. Newsom 
R. P. Noble 

F. P. Nooe 

W. H. Norman 
J. L. Norris 

E. S. Oakes 
C. C. Oliver 

G. M. Oliver 

F. C. O'Neill 
F. Q. O'Neill 
B. S. Oxman 
R. P. Packard 
J. W. Page 
K. N. Palmer 
S. E. Palmer 
W. A. Palmer 
R. S. Paret 

J. M. Parham 
M. P. Park 
R. B. Parrish 
J. F. Parrott 
R. Aubrey Parsley 
H. N. Patterson 



C. B. Phillips 
C. T. Phillips 
W. F. Pittman 
C. J. Pleasant 

C. E. Pleasants 
L. C. Plumly 
R. C. Plummer 
G. F. Poole 

R. L. Poplin 
R. M. Prevatt 
J. A. Prevost 
R. Q. Price 
David Proctor 
K. C. Ramsay 
M. D. Rand 
T. H. Raney 

D. L. Rape 
J. E. Raper 

C. W. Rawlings 
J. K. Ray 
L. B. Ray 
J. W. Rea 
L. C. Reaves 
F. E. Redus 
Robert Reeves 



E. M. Paul 


A. E. Reynolds, Jr 


Branch E. Paxton 


A. M. Rhett 


B. A. Peacock 


P. H. Rhodes 


W. E. Pearce 


D. P. Ricks 


A. G. Peeler 


T. M. Riddick 


W. B. Pemberton 


S. L. Risdon 


G. E. Pennington 


B. L. Ritchie 


E. C. Person 


G. H. Roach 


E. E. Pfaff 


V. W. Roberts 


C. H. Pfunter 


A. C. Robertson 


J. H. Pharr 


Marie Rogers 



G. 


P. 


Rosemond 


J. 


H. 


Ross 


X. 


M 


Ross 


c. 


S. 


Royster 


R. 


J. 


Ruble 


P( 


ter 


B. Ruftin 


C. 


K. 


Rust 


L. 


E. 


Sachs 


W 


C 


Sadler 


A. 


N. 


Saleeby 


W 


K 


. Saunders 


A. 


T. 


Sawyer 


R. 


M 


Sawyer 


W 


S 


Sayre 


W 


B 


Scales 


Michael Schenck 1 


Bernard Schneider 1 


J. 


B. 


Schneider 1 


E. 


R. 


Scott 1 


H 


H 


. Scott 1 



W. D. Scott 

F. M. Scroggs 
M. B. Seawell 
E. N. Shaffner 
H. L. Shaner 
M. M. Shapiro 
W. G Sheet 
W. A. Shelton 
Phillip Sher 

G. L. Sheram. Jr. 
W. A. Sherrill 
W.A.Sliulenberger, Jr. 
A. D. Sickles 

C. C. Sikes 

S. L. Silverstein 

L. W. Simon 



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M. B. Simpson 


W. G. Sutton 


C. L. Whichard, Jr. 


W. N. Sisk 


W. S. Tabb 


C. M. Whisnant 


J. C. Sitterson 


J. T. Talley 


H. P. Whisnant 


B. L. Skeen 


H. T. Taylor 


R. G. Whitaker 


C. C. Skinner 


T. J. Taylor 


T. D. White 


J. G. Slater 


E. F. Thomas 


W. W. White 


S. W. Smiley 


F. A. Thomas 


R. J. White 


B. E. Smith 


F. C. Thomas 


B. U. Whitehead 


Claude A. Smith 


H. C. Thomas 


I. C. Wliittly 


B. H. Smith 


John B. Thomas 


R. V. Whitener 


J. W. Smith 


J. L. Thomas 


D. P. Whitley 


W. B. Snow 


G. D. Thompson 


E. H. Whitley 


R. L. Souther 


W. C. Thompson 


T. C. Whitmirc 


G. C. Southard 


A. W. Tilley 


W. R. Wliittenton 


F. J. Southerland 


J. R. Tomlinson 


R. J. Wilkerson 


Philip Sowers 


J. M. Triplett 


A. F. Williams 


P. R. Sparks 


H. F. Turner 


M. H. Willis. Jr. 


A. A. Spears 


T. L. Umphlet 


H. B. Wilson 


J. C. Speight 


J. W. Vann 


J. V. Wilson 


W. F. Sprague 


F. C. Vass 


P. C. Wimbish 


F. P. Spruill 


Evan Vauglian 


Morris Wolf 


E. H. Stallings 


J. S. Vaughan 


D. L. Wood 


G. M. Stallings 

F. L. Stallings 
W. A. Starbuck 
V. E. Staton 

S. B. Sternberger 

G. D. Steves 


J. G. Wadsworth 
R. I. Wall 
R. W. Wall 
Jolm Wallace 
Harper Walston 
D. A. Ward 


E. J. Wood, Jr. 
C. K. Woodard 
M. E. Woodard 
W. 0. Woodard 
H. G. Woods 


J. H. Stewart 


J. T. Ward 


D. A. Worsley 


J. M. Stewart 


J. M. Warren 


H. \'. Worth 


O. D. Stinson 


A. S. Watkins 


E. H. Wyche 


F. E. Stone 


J. S. Weathers 


C. L. Wyrick 


J. S. Stone 


H. B. Webb 


A. C. Yarborougli 


C. A. Stubbs 


J. W. Webster 


W. H. Yarborougli, Jr. 


R. L. Sugg 


C. J. Weeks 


E. D. Yeomans 


W. A. Sugg 


Kermit Wheary 


W. R. Young 



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J. D. Branch President 

W. E. UzzELL Vice-President 

E. K. Graham Secretary 

S. P. Marsh Treasurer 



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Abernethy, G. S. 
Adams, Steve 
Aderholt, J. C. 
Albright, S. L. 
Alexander, D. W. 
Alexander, J. M. 
Alexander, J. M. 
Alexander, T. W. 
Alford, G. H. 
Allen, H. L. 
Allen, L. M. 
Allison, H. C. 
Alston, P. K. 
Anderson, S. 
Anderson, H. L. 
Andrew, C. M. 
Andrews, John 
Angel, B. A. 
Arrington, G. P. 
Armfield, J. W. 
Ashcraft, L. C. 



Askew, D. E. 
Atkins, C. H. 
Atkinson, W. M., 
Atkinson, V. E. 
Atkinson, W. R. 
Auman, H. F. 
Austin, C. M. 
Austin, S. H. 
Avent, R. R. 
Avery, R. H. 
Ay cock, B. T. 
Aycock, C. G. 
Ayeock, J. J. 
Babin, S. A. 
Badger, Thomas 
Bagley, W. G. 
Baldwin, D. W. 
Baldwin, H. P. 
Barber, B. G., Jr 
Barfield, W. C. 
Barham, S. A. 



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Barkley, C. V. 
Barnes, Harper 
Barnes, H. M. 
Barnes, J. D. 
Barnes, W. J. 
Barnett, A. H., Jr 
Barnett, W. H. 
Baroody, T. A. 
Barret, J. F. 
Barringer, D. P. 
Bass, J. L. 
Bateman, J. S. 
Bateman, S. R. 
Battley, W. R. 
Beachman, G. A. 
Beam, B. F. 
Beam, L. A. 
Beaman, J. W. 
Bell, K. A. 
Bell, W. M. 
Belton, E. C. 



Benoit, H. B., Jr. 
Best, L. P. 
Bevacqua, A. E. 
Biggs, J. H. 
Bissell, W. N. 
Blake, J. V. 
Bliss, W. M. 
Blythe, C. E. 
Boatwright, S. M. 
Boger, W. G. 
Bolton. F. A. 
Booth, J. W., Jr. 
Bowles, W. F. 
Boyd, C. H., Jr. 
Boynton, W. L. 
Branch. J. D. 
Brandon. H. H. 
Breen, S. J. 
Bremer. T. W. 
Bremer. .1. J. 
Brickhouse. F. R. 




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Bridgers, W. A. 
Bridges, Milan 
Briggs, V. L. 
Brock, J. M. 
Brod, J. L. 
Brooker, L. P. 
Brooks, J. B. J. 
Brown, J. 
Brown. A. C. 
Brown, A. C, Jr. 
Brown. G. C. 
Brown, Henry 
Brown, H. E. 
Brown, R. R. 
Brown, T. R. 
Brown, W. G. 
Bryan, N. E. 
Bryan, W. D., Jr. 
Bryant, E. O. 
Buchan, G. T. 
Buchanan, Ralph 



Bunn. J. P.. Jr. 
Burch, L. D. 
Burke, E. E. 
Burnette. G. T. 
Burnette, R. T. 
Burwell, R. G. 
Butler. C. A. 
Butler. P. C. 
Byrer. G. .1. 
Caldwell. W. D. 
Campbell. R. H. 
Campbell, T. J. 
Campbell, W. J. 
Cannon. R. L. 
Carmichael. D. M. 
Carpenter, J. H. 
Carr, A. B. 
Carter. S. H. 
Carver. F. O. 
Case. W. T. 
Casper. J. M. 



Cassidy, I. R. 
Cav€naugh, C, D. 
Chamberlain, F.H., Jr. 
Chamberlain, R. M. 
Champion, F. O. 
Chaoush, E. G. 
Chapman, W. H. 
Charles, H. B. 
Cheek, R. A. 
Cheek, R. B. 
Cheek, S. 
Cherry, J. O. 
Chesnutt, J. A. 
Chetty, R. B. 
Clark, S. L. 
Clary, J. E. 
Clary, M. S. 
Clifton, D. H. 
Clinard, J. W.. Jr. 
Clontz. T. N. 
Coats, G. H. 



Coburn. R. T. 
Cochrane. G. C. 
Cohen, Raymond 
Coker, R. E., Jr. 
Connolly, .1. C. 
Conrad. E. V. 
Cooke, D. P. 
Cooke, C. M. 
Cook, J. L. 
Cooke, Q. E. 
Cooper, J. P. 
Cordle. V. T. 
Cornwall. C. C. 
Covington. R. C. 
Cowper. A. W. 
Cozart, S. M. 
Craig. J. C. 
Crawford, C. C. 
Crawford. E. N. 
Croock, V. B. 
Cross, Eugene, ,)r. 



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Cross, P. H. 
Crowell, J. E. 
Crutchfield, W. T. 
Dalton, L. A. 
Dameron, E. P. 
Daniel, A. N. 
Daniel, J. W., Jr. 
Dannenbaum, G. 
Dannenbaum, R. S. 
Daughtridge, H. H. 
Daughtry, B. J., Jr. 
Davis, J. H. 
Davis, T. P. 
Davis. W. H. 
Dcaton. R. L.. Jr. 
DcMent. McK. M. 
Denning, J. R. 
Devane, J. S. 
Devereux, J. I. 
Dewar, T. N. 
Dillehav, H. J. 



Dobbs, E. M. 
Dodson, W. I. 
Douglas, A. E. 
Doughton, J. E. 
Downing. C. D. 
Draper. W. F. 
Dratler. J. J. 
Dressier, O. W. 
Drye, C. M. 
Duls, J. M. 
Dunavant. S. J. 
Duncan. O. E. 
Duncan. R. W. 
Dungan. J. E. 
Dunlap. J. P. 
Dunlap. F. B. 
Dunn. F, H. 
Dunning. W. L. 
Dyer. C. A. 
Eagles, R. L. 
Edgerton, C. W. 



Edwards, T. R. 
Edwards. W. W. 
Efird. J. E. 
Eigme. M. E. 
Eliason. A. H. 
Elkins. C. H. 
Ellege, C. C. 
Ellison. J. G. B. 
Elson. J. R.. Jr. 
Engstrom, A. G. 
Estes. W. C. 
Farmer, C. M. 
Farrell, F. W. 
Farrell. M. C. 
Farris, J. B. 
Felton. L. J. 
p'enker, R. M. 
Finch, H. C. 
Fitch. M. M. 
Fitzgerald, W. J. 
Fleming, S. W. 



Fleming-Jones, R. McB. 
Flowers, W. A. 
Follin. T. B. 
Fonvielle. E. M. 
Forney, T. J. 
Forrest, C. M. 
Forsyth. D. H. 
Foster. D. R. 
Fowler. J. A. 
Frasier, H. G. 
Freeman. D. G. 
French. G. E. 
Frisbym. E. F. 
Fuchs, H. L. 
Furr, E. M. 
Furr, L. J. 
Gardner. J. W. 
Garner. F. M. 
Garris, J. W. 
Gatling. J. M. 
Geitner. R. W. 



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Gentry, B. G. 
Gilchrist, P. S,, Jr. 
Gilbreth, J. W. 
Gill, E. D. 
Gillespie, J. M. 
Ginn, J. T. 
Godwin, P. S. 
Goodwin, R. C. 
Goebel, R. W. 
Goldstein, I. T. 
Goodes, B. L. 
Gordon, J. W. 
Graham, E. K. 
Grant, F. W. 
Graves, H. L. 
Gray, E. L. 
Gray, Morton 
Greer, F. B. 
Gregory, H. T. 
Griggs, C. F. 
Grimes, Alston 



Groome, Ivey 
Gullcy, R. C. 
Gump, Harry 
Gupton, L. C. 
Guthrie, P. A. 
Hall, W. K. 
Hancock, C. C. 
Hanna. R. E. 
Hardison, J. R. 
Harper, J. T. 
Harrell, T. M. 
Harrington, W. L. 
Harris, Milton 
Harris, A. L. 
Harris, T. N. 
Harris, L. R. 
Harris, J. B. 
Harriss, J. T., Jr. 
Hartshorn, D. S. 
Hechenhleikner, A. B. 
Heffelfinger, W. W. 



Heffner, B. L. 
Hemby, W. S. 
Henderson, Ray 
Hendlin, H. H. 
Herring, J. B. 
Hester, C. B. 
Higdon, Earl D. 
Hines, D. L. 
Hohgood, H. H. 
Hodges, R. M. 
Hodgin, W. K. 
Holbrook, M. E. 
Holland, A. C. 
Hollingsworth, J. C. 
Horner, E. W. 
House, A. C, Jr. 
House, M. C. 
Houston, G. P. 
Howard, Miss L. H. 
Howe, C. K., Jr. 
Howell, L. B. 



Hudson, James A. 
Hufif, J. Hansen 
Huffman, J. E. 
Hughes, D. G. 
Humphries, W. F., Jr 
Hunt, O. S. 
Hussey, F. G. 
Hutchinson, J. J. Jr. 
Ipock, E. R. 
Isenhour, J. H. 
Jackson, R. L. 
James, F. M. 
Jameson, Harlan 
Jarman, William H. 
Jeffrey's, J. L. 
Jenkins, Donald M. 
Jenkins, R. T. 
Jenrette, T. S. 
.Ternigan, Hubert 
.Ternigan, L. B. 
Johnson, C. B. 




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Johnson, F. K. 


Lay ton, J. S. 


Mahry, R. C. 


O'Leary, Otley 


Johnson, J, H.. Jr. 


Lea. S. L. W. 


Madry, J. D. 


ODonnell, H. H. 


Jolin.son, L. B. 


Lear. J. M. 


Mann, E. S. 


Olmstead, W. F. 


Johnson. J. Z. 


Leary, O. L. 


Mann. Frank 


Ornstein, B. R. 


Jolinson. J. S. 


Lee, P. G. 


Manning, E. H. 


Overby, D. R. 


Johnson, P. H., Jr. 


Lefler. A. L. 


Markham, H. T. 


Overby, M. D. 


Johnson, W. B. 


Lentz. P. J. 


Marley, W. M. 


Overman, B. H. 


Johnson, W. W. 


Levitt, R. O. 


Marsh, S. P. 


Owen, E. W. 


Jones, G. L. 


Lewis, F. G. 


Marshall, R. W. 


Owens, F. N. 


Jones, M. R. 


Liles, G. A. 


Marshall. T. E.. Jr. 


Owens, G. K. 


Joyner, F. C. 


Lindsay. J. H. 


Martin, J. R. 


Paddison. A. H. 


Kannan, F. C. 


Liskin. Philip 


Mason. W. L.. Jr. 


Page, J. A. 


Kapp, C. Hege 


Lockwood. F. C. 


Mass. D. A. 


Page, S. C. 


Kaufman, A. W. 


London, H. M., Jr. 


^L■^tthews, M, M, 


Park, J. A. 


Keim, G. C. 


Long, J. Wallace 


Maynard, Walter 


Parker, C. Q. 


Kellam, N. H 


Longest, E. C. 


Mehaffey, J. P. 


Parrish, W. L. 


Keller. W. L. 


Loveland, L. J. 


Mewborne, J. F. 


Parsons. T. L.. Jr. 


Kennedj-, J. H. 


Loven, A. W. 


Meyers, Hyman 


Patterson, F. E. 


Kenyon, V. L., Jr. 


Lowrance, L. H. 


Meyerson. E. H. 


Patterson, R. O. 


Kerr, J. W. 


Loy, Dan N. 


Midgett. E. L. 


Peace, S. T. 


Ketchie, H. D. 


Lucas, W. E. 


Midgett. L. W. 


Pearlstine, F. J. 


Kidd, E. B.. Jr. 


Lynch, S. A., Jr. 


Miller, H. R. 


Pearson, T. G. 


Killehrew. J. A. C. 


McAllister. J. W. 


Miller, D. S. 


Peebles. C. G., Jr. 


Kindel, W. A. 


McCallister. H. C. 


Miller, J. E. 


Peele, J. C. 


King. A. G. 


McCloud, J. P. 


Miller, L. L. 


Pegram, L. L. 


King, E. W. 


McClure. D. C. 


Miller. J. M. 


Pennington, H., Jr. 


Kinlaw, J. L. 


McConky, A. F. G. 


Miles. R. E. 


Perkins, A. R., Jr. 


Kjellesvig, K. L. 


McDaniel, M. T. 


Mitchell, A. J. 


Peschau, J. B., Jr. 


Klein, N. B. 


McFayden. E. A. 


Mock, C. G. 


Petty, W. C. 


Knoop. F., Jr. 


McGlamery, D. M. 


Moore. A. L. 


Phoenix, C. B. 


Knott. James 


McGowan. H. D. 


Moore, F. C. 


Pierce, G. N., II 


Koch, F. H., Jr. 


McGraw, F. G. 


Moore, J. E. 


Poplin, W. R. 


Koclititsky. O. W. 


Mclver, H. S. 


Moore, J. 0. 


Potter, C. T. 


Koonce, C. H. 


McKinnon, E. H.. Jr. 


Morreale, Leonard 


Potter. J. H. 


Krauss, F. C. 


McKenzie, J, C. 


Morris, J. F. 


Powell, E. C. 


Krider, James H. 


McKinnon, L. W. 


Mosely. H. E.. Jr. 


Pretlow, J. C. 


Kusnitz, Morris, Jr. 


McLamb, N. O. 


Moser. R. L. 


Prouty, F. M. 


Kushner, R. L. 


McLaughlin, T. L. 


Mullen. J. H. 


Prevatte, R. W. 


Kyles, Paul 


McLean, E. P. 


Myers. W. T. 


Quinn, C. R. 


Lancaster, R. S. 


McLeod, Miss M. M. 


Neville. B. H. 


Rader, C. M., Jr. 


Lankford, R. H., Jr. 


McMinis, W. C. 


Newbern, C. D.. Jr. 


Ralston. R. J. 


Lateimer, Alfred 


McNairy, J. D.. Jr. 


Xeimeyer. H. A. 


Ramsden, H. T. 


Latta. H. C, Jr. 


MacRae, C. F. 


Norwood. W. S., Jr. 


Ramsey, S. C. 



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Rawles, T. C. 


Shapiro, S. I. 


Taylor, C. W. 


Watman, M. G. 


Rawls, W. F. 


Sharpe, P. L. 


Taylor, H. H. 


Weaver, J. C. 


Ray, R. L. 


Shedd. W. B. 


Taylor, H. L.. Jr. 


Weaver. J. R.. Jr. 


Ray, T. T. 


Shelton, T. M. 


Taylor, J. Y. 


Webb. M. A. 


Ray, W. B. 


Shepard, F. A. 


Taylor, A. H. 


Webb, T. N. 


Redding, T. H. 


Sherfesee, L.. Jr. 


Taylor, D. F. 


Weeks, O. H. 


Red wine, R. D. 


Sherrill, J. P. 


Teachey. J. C. 


Weeks. T. W. 


Rehder, H. B. 


Sherrill. S. B. 


Teer, T. W. 


Weil, L. S. 


Reid, J. W. 


Sherrill. L. J. 


Teubner, L. K. 


Weinstein. R. L. 


Reid, Miss P. 


Shevick. B. B. 


Thomas, A. J. 


Wells. Katharine 


Reinhart. J. D. 


Shields. J. D. 


Thomas, J. L. 


Whaley. F. M. 


Remsen, C. O. 


Shore, J. S. 


Thomas, G. W. 


Whedbee. C. H. 


Rhodes, P. H. 


Shulenberger. W.A.. J 


r. Thompson. G. W. 


Whisnant. W. 1). 


Roach, R. L. 


Simpson, J. A. 


Tillery, P. A. 


Whitaker. F. A. 


Roark, B. F. 


Skinner. J. G. 


Timberlake.S.D..IlI 


White. T. L. 


Roberson, E. R. 


Slate, 0. T. 


Tinkham, M. F. 


White. J. S. 


Roberts. H. R. 


Slaughter. J. W . 


Todd. C. G. 


Whitsett. W. T.. ,Ir. 


Roberts, R. J. 


Slusser, F. W. 


Todd. C. L. 


Whittington. E. M. 


Robinson, J. R. 


Smathers, Frank 


Tomlinson, W. S. 


Whittington. R. J. 


Rollins, C. D. 


Smith, A. D. 


Torbert, J. F. 


Whitten. Beaumert 


Rose, W. T. 


Smith, H. E. 


Triplett, H. C. 


Wiff.grins, F. J. 


Rosenfield, Martin 


Smith. J. G. 


Trott. G. F. 


Wilder, Lynn, .Ir. 


Ross, J. D., Jr. 


Smith. J. W. 


Tucker. C. M. 


Williams. J. W. 


Ross, M. L. 


Smith, H. N. 


Tudor. J. A.. Jr. 


Williams. J. S. 


Rosser, T. R. 


Smith, P. H. 


Tunstall. K. R.. Jr. 


Williamson, A. C. 


Rowland, C. G. 


Sonner, S. H. 


Turvhiarelli. S. V. 


Wilmot, J. A. 


Ruehl, V. E., Jr; 


Sosnick, N. Y. 


Turner, C. L. 


Wilmoth, W. R. 


Ruffin. Thomas 


Spears, A. A 


Turner, J. P. 


Wilson, J. N.. Jr. 


Runnels, C. D. 


Spell, J. B. 


Usher, P. C. 


Wilson, K. S. 


Sachs, Irving 
Sale, L. W. 
Sandy, L. B. 
,:'artwell, R. T. 


Stahr, A. J. 
Stallings, J. W. 
Stoute. R. D. 
Stovall. R. G. 


Uzzell. W. E. 
Van Echop, G. L. 
Van Every, W. H. 
^■an Nortwick, N. O. 


Wilson. M. B. 
Wilson. W. H. 
Wilson, M. A. 
Winstead. S. B. 
Withers. L. C. 


Satterfield, C. S. 


Strawn, J. B. 


^'inson, Herman 


Woodard. N. B. 


Satterfield, W. R., Jr. 


Strickland, B. E. 


Voss. J. H.. Jr. 


Woodley, B. W. 


Sawyer, J. W. 


Strickland, "W. L. 


Walker. S. A. 


Wooten. R. R. 


Schnell, R. H. 


Strusinski, J. R. 


Wall. E. C. 


Wright. G. P. 


ychulman, Jacob 


Stuart. C. K. 


Wall. J. E., Jr. 


Wright, C. C. 


Schwitz, P. R. 
Scott, A. H. 
Sechler, N. A. 


Stultz, H. J.. Jr. 
Sturm. G. H.. Jr. 
Suggs, W. W. 


Wall, J. G. 
Wall, S. J. 
Wardlaw. C. D.. Jr. 


Yancey. S. M. 
Yarborough. E. F. 
Yoder. S. O. 
Yost. F. H.. ,Ir. 


Sexton, W. C. 


Swann, E. F. 


Wardlaw. F. C. 


Young. O. .1. 


Shaehtman, J. M. 


Tatum, C. C. 


Waterhouse. George 


Zachary, C. R. 



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Third Year Law Class 

R. T. Giles President 

P. R. Whitley Vice-President 

Susie jNI. Sharp Secretary-Treasurer 



L. T. Bledsoe 
D. 31. Field 
J. B. Fordham 
D. S. Gardner 
R. T. Giles 
A. S. Kartus 
R. W. :\Iartin 



A. C. :McIntosh 

C. A. Roberts 

Susie ]M. Sharp 

J. X. Smith 

C. B. Sparger 

E. G. Thompson. Jr. 

C. V. Venters 



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Second Year Law Class 

Henry Bkaxdis, Jk. President 

C. F. Rouse Vice-President 

A. W. Ghoi.sox, Jr Secretary-Treasurer 



A. B. Holmes 
\V. D. Allen 
J. H. Anderson, Jr. 
J. O. Atkinson, Jr. 
E. O. Ayscue 
Henry Bane 
Henry Brandis, Jr. 
J. E. Butler 
A. M. Covington 
J. W. Crew, Jr. 
J. A. Grumpier 
A. T. Daniel 
M. E. Donahoe 



J. B. 
O. B. 
A. E. 
N. B. 
T. W 
L. H. 
A. W. 
J. F. 
J. T. 
F. S. 
F. D. 
C. P. 



McMullen 

Eaton, Jr. 

Fenton 

Gaskill 
. Sprinkle 

Wallace 

Gholson, Jr. 
Glenn 

Gresliam, Jr. 
Griffin 

B. Harding 
Hinshaw 



J. E. Holshauser 

Walter Hoyle 

M. A. James 

J. W. Keerans 

J. B. Lewis 

J. B. Linn 

.1. E. Magner 

C. S. Manguni 

C. C. Studdert 

E. R. McKethan, Jr. 

G. D. McDaniel 

E. M. McEaclR-rn 



G. C. Meads 
Ogden Parker 
A. B. Raymer 
Harry Rockwell 
T. S. Rollins, Jr. 

C. F. Rouse 
Odell Sapp 

W. D. P. Sharpe. Ji 
A. K. Smith 

D. D. Smith 
N. S. Sowers 

E. F. Tavlor 



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CHAD BOURN 



First Year Law Class 

L. R. W. Armstrong President 

T. C. Smith, Jr Vice-President 

J. H. Chadbourn Secretary-Treasurer 



P. B. Abbott 

L. R. W. Armstrong 

M. L. Barker 

Sam Bloom 

J. H. Brown 

F.L. Byerly 

O. B. Carpenter 

J. H. Chadbourn 

E. E. Collins 

G. V. Cowper 

E. L. Curlee 

Rodolph Duffy 

S. A. Dunn 



J. G. Edwards 
J. C. Eudy 
Leon Felshin 
J. V. Fisher 
R. R. Fisher 
L. J. Giles, Jr. 
L. W. Goodwyn 

C. O'H. Grimes 
J. O. Harmon 
W. L. Holden 

D. E. Hudgins. Jr. 
J. E. Johnson 



A. C. Justice 
Martin Kellogg, Jr. 
R. G. Key 
K. B. Laney 
G. E. Levings 
R. G. Lurie 
M. S. Malone 
Adam Younce 
H. B. Parker 
H. T. Powell, Jr. 
Charles Price 
Henrv Rhone 



Parker Roland 
Dallas Locke Russell 
C. E. Rutzell, Jr. 
L A. Schafer 
H. D. Sizemore. Jr. 
Marilee Shaw 
G. A. Smith 
Y. M. Smith 
T. C. Smith, Jr. 
K. W. Swartz 
T. A. Uzzell, Jr. 
J. A. Williams 



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R. R. Heffxer President 

G. C. Daughtkidge Vice-President 

A. A. Kext, Jk Secretary-Treasurer 

J. O. Reddixg Student Councilman 



C. L. Ball 
J. A. Bender 
R. L. Cashwell 
K. L. Coninger 
G. B. Davis 
A. C. Dick 
H. W. Deitz 
G. C. Daughtridge 
G. T. Donnelly 
H. L. Farrell 
V. M. Gardner 



J. A. Giles, Jr. 
E. B. Glenn 
R. A. Harton 
E. McG. Hedgpeth 
R. R. Heffner 
J. F. Hobbs 
A. A. Kent, Jr. 
G. M. Leiby 
J. F. Marshall 
Mary McFayden 
R. F. Monroe 



R. H. Moore 
W. G. Morgan 
F. N. Mullen, Jr. 
P. K. Perkins 
H. S. Powell 
J. O. Redding 
J. P. Rhodes 
A. S. Rose 
Vance Thompson 
K. P. Turrentine 
D. A. Yoiina: 



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ANDREW 



First Year Medical Class 

S. E. Pace President 

J. B. Westmoreland . Vice-President 

L. A. AxuREAV Secretary-Treasurer 



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C. 


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G. W. Heinitsh 
E. M. Hicks 

C. F. Hudson 
A. A. Janes 
R. R. Little 
R. E. Lore 

D. R. McEachern 
P. R. Maulden 

J. M. Mewborn 
W. C. Mebane 
(jladys Morgan 
S. E. Pace 
J. C. Quicktl 



L. J. Ring 

V. B. Rollins 

C. T. Smith 

A. T. Strickland 

T. H. Tomlinson 

T. G. LTpchurch 

Noel Walker 

N. E. Ward 

J. B. Westmorclani; 

J. A. Whitaker 

W. E. Wilkinson 

Frank Wilson 

C. C. Lupton 



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BROWN 



The Publications Union Board 



President 
Will Yarborough 



Secretary 
Gi-ENN Holder 



O. J. Coffin 



Travis Brown 



J. .AI. Lear 



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The Carolina Magazine 

Editorial Staff 

JoHx ^Marshall Editor-in-Chief 

J. Q. ^IiTCHELL Assistant Editor 

John JMebane Associate Editor 

J. J. Slade _- Associate Editor 

Charles Wood Associate Editor 

Dane Wilsey Associate Editor 

Business Staff 

GoRDOx Gray Business jNIanager 

RoiiERT Brawi-ey Assistant Business Manager 

LixsAY Plu.mley Assistant Business ^Manager 



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The Yackety Yack 

Editorial Staff 

Junius G. Adams, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

Robert A. Hovis Assistant Editor 

Travis T. Broavn Associate Editor 

LiNwooD P. HxVRRELL Associate Editor 

R. INI. Ai,BRiGHT Classes 

W. H. Yarhorough, Jr Athletics 

George E. Pexnixgton Fraternities 

Clyde Duxn Dance and Vanity Fair 

DoxALD Wood Activities 

Nicholas W. Dockery Photographj' 

Gordon Gray Hal V. Worth Chink Davis 

Ed Hamer Billy Atkinson John Grainger 

Douglas Kincaid Ed Yarhorough Harry Galland 

Swift Boatright Bill Petty 



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Business Staff 

Guv E. Hii.i, Business IMaiuiger 

J. F. Wii.Y, Jr. Assistant Business ]Manager 

Claude Farreel Advertising jNIanager 

Jimmy Connell J. C. Williams Rudolph Roberts 

R. C. Greene William Dunn, Jr. Stuart A. Farleigh 

Steve Marsh J. A. Vann Aaron Prevost 

John Gillespie George Newman Sammy Silverstein 

W. S. Lindsay Reid Perkins 



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The Tar Heel 



Walter Spearman Editor-iii-Chief 

George Ehrhart JNIanagiug J^ditor 

Harry Galland Assistant Editor 

Glenn Holder Assistant Editor 

John JNIebane Assistant Editor 

Will Yarborough Sports Editor 



M. Broadus 
Sherman Shore 
W. C. Dunn 
J. C. Eagles 
J. P. Jones 
C. B. McKethan 
J. C. Williams 



Editorial Staff 

E. H. Denning 
J. E. Huffman 
Browning Roach 
George Dannenbaum 
Henry Anderson 
J. E. Dungan 
D. L. Wood 



Dick McGlohon 
W. A. Shelton 
E. F. Yarborough 
H. H. Taylor 
J. D. McNairy 
J. P. Huskins 
B. W. Whitton 



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PENDERGRAFT 



The Tar Heel 

Business Department 
]Makiox Alexander Business Manager 

Executive Staff 

B. M. Parker Assistant Business Manager 

Leonard Lewis - Advertising Manager 

Sidney Brick Assistant Advertising Manager 

H. N. Patterson Collection Manager 

T. R. Karriker Assistant Collection Manager 

Gradon Pendergraft Circulation Manager 

Ben Avcock Subscription Manager 

Advertisixg Staff 

Harry Latta Tom Badger J. Schulman 

Harlan Jameson H. Merrell J. G. deR. Hamilton, Jr. 

Jim Harris W. G. Boger 



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The Carolina Buccaneer 

Bill Pkrry Edltor-in-Cliief 

Bill Bobbitt Art Editor 

PiERSox Ricks Assistant Art Editor 

John JNIebaxi", INIanagiiig Editor 

Kermit Wheaky ^lanaging Editor 

Editorial Staff 

C. M. Edson D. R. Foster, Jr. George DannenWaum 

J. E. Dungan ^ Sam Paulson Elizabetli Saunders 

Pete Gilchrist * J. A. Stanley Mary Wray Russell 

Harry Galland 

Art Staff 

Mary Dirnberger Finley Davis Kenneth Whitsett 

Marion deVlaming Henry Anderson J. A. Turner 

Sarah Cook J. H. Skinner Bill Chadwick 

James P. Sawyer Max Whitson Newell Wimberley 

Gil Pearson 



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The Carolina Buccaneer 

Business Staff 

Garland ]McPhersox Business Manager 

H. X. Patterson Assistant Business Manager 

M. Y. Feimster Assistant Business Manager 

Alston S. Watkins Assistant Business [Manager 

Samuel H. Austin Richard W. Marshall 

George Newman Harry G. Brainard 



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The University of North Carolina Glee Club 



Direction 

Paul John Weaver Director of Music 

Charles Troxei.l Instructor in Voice 

Nelson O. Kennedy Instructor in Piano 



Official Staff 

Edmund Lane Curlee President 

Francis Atherton Jacocks Vice-President 

Elbert Elwin Stauber Secretary 



BisiNESS Staff 

Robert Foltz, Jr Business Manager 

Thomas L. Kesler Librarian 



Mila 
J. C. 



Byrer 
Duffy 



A. L. Alexand 
W. R. Battler 
J. J. B. Brook; 
T. W. Bremer 
\V. L. Carlisle 



\V. Gillies Brown 
J. E. Ferguson 
Jack Coursey 



E. S. Eskridge 
Robert A. Hovis 
Frank S. Howell 



J. E. Cobb 
J. C. Connolly 
Frank Dunn 
E. K. Goodsoi 



E. L. Curlee 
Robert Foltz. Ir. 
Weslev S. Grisw 
E. C. Holmes 
\V. F, Humphrie 



H. \V. Glascock 



nk J. Householder 
nklin Little 



FIRST TENOR 



SECOND TENOR 

J. D. Idol 
F. A. Jacocks 
H. L. Lvon. Jr. 
Tho>. E. Marshall. Jr 

FIRST BASS 
\V. L. Hunt 
T. L. Kesler 
Sam McXeelv, Jr. 



SECOND BASS 

.Man .\. Marshall 
J. Allan Metz 
Tohn E. Miller 
John G. Parks 



\V. C. Petty 
G. N. Pierce 
Samuel H. Sonner 



Bruce H. Overn 
M. K. Pate 
Clarence Phoeni: 
Robert R.eves 



T. L. Parsons. Jr. 
Paul R. Patten 
George E. 

Pennington, Jr. 
T. C. Reynolds 



F. M. Prouty 
T. H. Redding 
Henry Rehder 
J. M. Scliactman 



. Stringfello 
, Webb 
. Whitsett 



Frank P. Spruill. Jr 
J. H. Stewart 
Frank P. Stimson 
.\llston J. Stubbs 



\V. N. Sisk 
E. R. Stauber 
C. H. Wessell 
J. S. White 
Donald L. Wood 



J. P. Scurlock 
Kenneth Wilso 
M. .\. Wilson 



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Alex Mendenhall and His Carolina 
Tar Heels 

Personnel 

Al Boren Director and Violin 

Alex ^Mendenhall Leader, Banjo and Voice 

Carl Wesseli Drums and Traps 

Colbert Crutchfield 1st Sax, Clarinet, Soprano and Baritone 

C. G. Todd 2nd Sax, Clarinet, Soprano, and Baritone 

Tyer Sawyer 3rd Sax, Clarinet. Soprano, and Baritone 

Milliard Wilson 1st Trumpet, Voice, JNIellophone 

Harry INIechem 2nd Trumpet, Voice 

Orsdell Forehand Trombone, Voice 

Freddy Koch .-. Bass, Bass Violin 

Bill Abernathy Piano, Voice, Arranger Violin 

Paul Wimbish Business Manager 



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The Y. M. C. A. Cabinets 



Mac Gray 
Ji.MMiE Williams 
Bill CHANULt:!! 
Wyeth Ray 



President ,)f Y. M. C. A. 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



The Jinior-Seniok Cabinet 



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C. W. 


Bl 


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L. T. 


Bobbitt 


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Follin, M. G. 
Graham, John 
Graham, Robert 
Graves. Calvin 
Gray, R.M.. Jr. 
Greene, R. C. 
Ilanier. f",. W. 
llarrcH. I.vnwooi 
lull, G. li.' 



Il.ilder. G. I'. 

Holmes, Baron 

llovis, R. A. 

Huske. I. H. 

Lang. J. A. 

I.uftv, \apoleon 

.Mcr'herson, !•". C. 

Mehane, John 
.Mendenhall, E. E., 
Wood, Donald 



MendL-nhall.r. A 
JU-wborn. I. M. 
Palmore. Tulian 
Parker, J. D. 
Patten. Paul 



Redfern, C. M.. Jr 
Scurlock, J. P. ^ 
Spearman. \V. S.. 
Tilghman, H. G. 
Uzzell, F. D. 
Walker, T. R. 
Weatherly, J. H. 
Williams, J. W. 
Wilson, Pete 



The Sophomore Cabinet 



Albright, R. M. 


Eagle 


S.J. C. 


Henderson, W. I 


Manning. I. C. 


Schneider. T. P. 


Bunch, F. B. 


Farra 


. C. H. 


Hulin. C. E. 


Mazyck. H.deC. Ill 


Sitterson. J". C. 


Caton, H. P.. Jr. 


Fishe 


r. C. H. 


Harris. T. C. 


Merritt, W. D., Tr. 


Taylor. Huber 


Carbine. W. I,.. Jr. 


Fishe 


r. R. B. 


Kincaid.'A. I). 


McKeathan. C. B. 


Watkins. A. S. 


Crew, S. E. 


Fergi 


son. F. J. 


Karriker. T. R. 


Xewman, George, Tr. 


Wvche, E. H. 


Carroll. W. W. 


Gorha 


m, T. S.. Ir. 


Moore. B. C. 


Patterson, H. X. 


\-aughn, E. J. 


Dunn, W. C. 


(,olils 


on." C. W. 


Myers. R. K. 


Ramsey. K. C. 


Wimbish.P. l. . 




Hanu 


r. IC. R. 




Schenck, Michael 








The Fri- 


SHMAX Friendship Coincil 




Abernetbv. G. S. 


lireme 


. T. W. 


Dresslar. I). W. 


Kuchtitbkv. O. W.. Jr. 


Smith. T. W. 


Allen. L.'M. 


Bridge 


■s. W. A. 


^IHingan. J. E. 


Krauss. F'. C. 


Tavlor.'Charles 


-Anderson, H. I.. 


Brock. 


I. Milton 


'^Edwlrds. T. R. 


Layton. Sexton 


Taylor. H. IL. Jr. 


Anderson, Solomon 


Brooke 


; T. n. 


Farmer. C. M. 


London. Henrv 


ITzzell. W. E. 


Atkinson. V. E. 


Brown 


Henrv 


Finch, H. C. 


Mock. Glenn 


Wall, C. E. 


Austen. S. H. 


Brown 


T. R.' 


Follin. Thomas 


Marsh. Steve P. 


Wall, T. G. 


Avery, Robert 11. 


Burwell. R. G. 


French. G. E.. Tr. 


Marshall. T. E. 


Webb, T. N. 


Badger, Thomas 


Carr. A. B. 


Gillespie, J. N.' 


Matthews, M. M. 


White, Tack 


Barham, S. A. 


Chaou 


h. E. G. 


Goebcl, R. W. 


McXairy. J. D.. Jr. 


White. T. L. 


Barnes, Harper 


Cochra 


ne. G. C. 


Gupton. L. O. 


Xobles. R. P. 


Whitsett. W. T. 


Barnes, J. D. 


Cooper 


,J. P. 


Henes. D. L. 


Park. J. A.. Jr. 


Whittington. R. J 


Baroodv. Ted .-\. 


Cowpe 


r, A. W. 


Houston. George 1*. 


Parrish. W. L. 


Whitton, Beaume 


Bliss. W. M. 


Daniel 


.\. N. 


Hussev. Fred 


Phoenix. C. B. 


Wilder, J. L. 


Boatwright, S. M. 


Davis. 


T. P. 


Isenhour, John 
Tames, F. JI. 


Poplin, W. R. 


Williams, J. S. 


Bovd, C. M. 


Davis. 


W. H.. Jr. 


Pretlow, J. C, Jr. 


Yancey. S. M. 


Brannon. Luther 


Deatoi 


, R. L.. Tr. 


Kapp. C. Henrv 


Rowland. C. G. 


Varborough, !•;. 1' 




Draper 


. W. P. 




Sechler, N. A. 





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The Sophomore Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 




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The Woman's Association 




Mela Rovai.i., Pi-esident 

Lois Wakdex, Vice-President 
Elsie Creav, Treasurer 
IjIDa Ramsay, Secretary 

LiDA Ramsay, House President 



Mary Adams 
Frances M. Alexander 
Penelope Alexander 
Julia Altizer 
Mabel G. Bacon 
Lucy Taylor Baird 
Carol Ballenger 
Elizabeth Barber 
Mary Alice Barber 
Iva G. Barden 
Anna Braune 
Margaret Broadus 
Nora G. Beust 
Charlotte Califf 
Margaret Carlton 
Mrs. Kate G. Carmiclmel 
Mary Carpenter 
Nora G. Carpenter 
Olivia H. Chamberlain 
Nelle Cheek 
Elizabeth Cheslev 



Christine Coffey 
Katherine Coit 
Eleanor Coker 
Beth Colley 
Georgia Couch 
Carolyn Cox 
Elsie Crew 
Anna K. Currie 
Sydney Currie 
Mrs. Irene B. Daniel 
Julia Davis 
Virginia Dean 
Suzzanne Dent 
Donna Marie Dever 
Ezda Deviney 
Mary Dirnberger 
Helen Dortch 
Winnie Duncan 
Celeste Edgerton 
Mrs. James Edmunds 
Constance Ellis 



Elizabeth Elmore 
Mildred Elrod 
Lyda Eubanks 
Sara Falkener 
Elizabeth Farrar 
Lucile Farmer 
Mrs. Vina Fenly 
Margaret Fitzgerald 
Ruth Fleming 
Maurine Forester 
Edna Fussel 
Conchita Gil 
Velma Goody 
Mary Goodson 
Eleanor Graves 
Mary Griffith 
Catherine Groves 
Ruth E. Hamill 
Phoebe Harding 
Katherine Hendricks 
Elsie Hicks 



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Lee Helen Howard 
Addie Huske 
Tabita Hutaff 
Mrs. Hilton 
Katherine Jenkins 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Louise Johnson 
Mrs. Mary Justice 
Anne Lawrence 
Mrs. Lilly 

Underwood Lilly 
Ruth Lindquist 
Marion Love 
Frances MacAlister 
Emily MacClelland 
Virginia MacDaniel 
Mary MacFadden 
Doris MacGraw 
Eunice MacKay 
Helen Mackay 
Olivia MacKinney 
Mary MacLeod 



Katherine Madry 
Velma Mathews 
Anne Melick 
Grace Minchener 
Mary Monroe 
Jannie Montieth 
Stephanie Moore 
Hattie Bell Mooring 
Gladys Morgan 
Elizabeth Murphy 
Sallie Murphy 
Peggy Nickels 
Enita Nicks 
Crowell Oliver 
Annette Osborne 
Fay Overcash 
Ruth Page 
Mathilde Parlette 
Virginia Payne 
M. H. Porter 
Mrs. Loula Pangle 
Lida Ramsay 



Rebecca Ranson 
Mary Rigsbee 
Mary K. Roark 
Elizabeth Roone 
Marie Rogers 
Mela Royall 
Mrs. Marie Reiss 
Mrs. Carrie 

Schwenning 
Virginia Shanklin 
Sussie M. Sharp 
Marilee Shaw 
Lou Shine 
Margaret Slavens 
Mary Smart 
Evelyn Snider 
Hazel Stevenson 
Nettina Strobach 
Neona Sturgeon 
Laura Sumner 
Catherine Taylor 
Havens Tavlor 



Vance Thompson 
Rosalie Thrall 
Mrs. Emma Trabue 
Henrietta Underwood 
E. Noel Walker 
Rebecca Walser 
Mary Watters 
Ethel Ward 
Rebecca Ward 
Lois Warden 
Ida Weaver 
Katherine Wells 
Marion White 
Lena Williams 
Mary Williams 
Dora Willis 
Janet H. Wilson 
Katherine Wilson 
Mrs. Harry Russel 
Mary Margaret Wray 
G. ^L Yarborough 
Janet Quinlan 



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American Institute of Electrical Engineers 

Officers 

W. N. MicHAL President 

H. J. HiNES, Jr Vice-President 

C. P. Hayes, Jr. „ .._ Secretary 

W. B. Massenburo Treasurer 

Faciltv ^Members 

P. H. Daggett (Adivsor), J. E. Lear. T. B. Sniilty. R. F. Stainback 

Graduate Students 

G. M. Rose, T. Griffin 

Student Members 

Abernathy, E. G. Cooke, C. N., Jr. Hensley, C. A. AlcPherson. \V. P. Sawyer. J. W. 

Alford, G. H. Crawford. W. S. Hines, H. J., Jr. Massenburg, \\". B. Sharp. W. B. 

Baxter W A Crowell. J. E. Holt, J. W., Jr. Mathews, M. M. Sherrill, J. L. 

Baroody T A °^^'^' E- R- Hoefer, E. G.. Jr. Michal. W. N. Smith, N. H. 

Rirham's H Dannenbaum, R. S. Hornev, G. F. Mills, \V. R., Jr. Starrett, R. McK. 

Rnv.wn;th' T T Dameron, E. P. Hodin: W. K. Moore, F. C. Taylor, D. F. 

Rrv!rw n T D"l^"=' F- E. Hubbard, R. E. Nims, D. A. Taylor, H. L., Jr. 

u :. M^r n Duls, J. M. Tacocks, F. A. Oakes, E. S. Thompson, G. D. 

Burnett, W. C. Eliason, A. H. Jones, W. F. Perez, A. M. Toms, F. R. 

Carlisle, F. M. Frisby, E. F. Johnson, P. G. Peebles, C. G. Whitener. R. V. 

Cadmus, R. C. Gross, E. T. Kirk, J. S. Raper, J. E. Worsley, D. A. 

Choate, P. Hedgepeth, H. E. Krauss, F. C. Robertson, A. C. Wortman, VV. J. 

Coates, G. H. Heffner, J. F. McCall, O. J. Sawyer, R. M. White, W. B. 



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American Institute of Civil Engineers 

Officers 

R. P. Howell President 

R. H. Haves Vice-President 

C. P. Erickson Secretary 

F. L. Adams Treasurer 

Prof. T. F. Hickerson Faculty Sponsor 

Student Members 
freshmen 

G. S. Abtrnethy J. F. Barrett T. S. Dunavant N". L. Kenvon \V. O. Southerland 

J. M. Alexander C. H. Bovd K. \V. Goebel O. W. Kochtitskv A. J. Thomas 

John Andrews A. C. Brown Alston Grimes H. S. Mclver C. L. White 

V. E. Atkinson D. N. Bunker T. H. Huff E. P. McLean Beaumert Whitton 

W. M. Atkinson. Jr. A. N. Daniel \V. L. Keller G. N. Pierce J. A. Wilmot 

SOPHOMORE 

C. H. Atkins F. G. Doggett P. I,. Gilbert H. A. Nelson A. E. Reynolds 

D. P. Barringer T. W. Doughtie C. P. Haves. Tr. J. L,. Norris T. M. Riddick 
J. L. Brown, Jr. "C. P. Erickson X. B. Lane. Tr. ■ R. J. White E. G. Bobbins 
X. L. Bryan, Jr. II. T. Er^■in E. G. Long. Tr. F. Q. O'Neill G.D.Steves 
M. R. Cowper J. L. Ferebce, Tr. R. H. Moore" G. J. Quinn, Jr. O. D. Stinson 
C.S.Dickie H.S.Ford " F. E. Kedus J. G. Wadsworth 

JUNIORS 

A.T.Allen W.L.Harper C. M. Ledbetter T. L Palmore C. E. Waddell. Jr. 

W. E. Bobbitt II. n. Hill W. M. McKinney "F.C.Rankin R. M. Walford 

C. R. Davis W. T. Hornev A. Mitchell T. P. Scurlock C. H. West 

C. C". Howard J. A. Moore W. E. Cnderhill 

SENIORS 

F. L. Adams T. G. Croom C. C. Tones T. P. Xoe. Tr. B. F. Wade 

W. R. Anderson W. F. Evans G. B. "Lockhart W. J. Parks, Tr. W. H. Webb, Jr. 

E. D. Blakenev R. H. Hayes A. M. Morgan A. M. Peele ' T. E. Witty 

B. S. Colburn, Jr. R. P. Howell J. J. Slade, Jr. M. F. Wooten. Tr. 



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The Student Council 



D. E. HuDGixs. Jr. President Student Body 

S. S. ^IcNeei,y, Jr. Secretary Student Council 

Howard E. Cox Senior Representative 

Rai.ph C. Greene Junior Representative 

Henry N. Patterson Sophomore Representative 

Mead Fields ^ Law School Representative 

John O. Redding, Jr. .Medical School Representative 
David B. Browning Pharmacy School Representative 



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The Dialectic Senate 

H. J. Fox President, Fall Term 

H. N. Brown, III President. Winter Term 

John Norwood President, Spring Term 



Adams, W. J., Jr. 
Armstrong, D. H. 
Alexander, J. M. 
Armfield, John 
Bledsoe, Taylor 
Burch, F. B., Jr. 
Brooks, C. M. 
Brown, H. N. 
Bliss, W. M. 
Bissell, Whitner 
Blond, C. A., Jr. 
Bunett, W. C. 
Chandler. Bill 
Gates, C. C. 
Covington, R. O. 
Coggins. G. R. 
Dunn, Clyde 
Davis, G. T. 
Davis, W. G. 
Douglas, A. E. 
Dockery, N. W. 



Members 



■ Dungan, T, E. 
English, D. L. 
Elson, C. M. 
French, G. E. 
Farris. R. S. 
Follin, Marion 
Fo.x, H. J. 
Griggs, C. F. 
Goodson, E. K. 
Greene, R. S. 
Gray, R. M. 
Gilreath, F. J. 
Gnlland, H. J. 
Hamer, E. R. 
Henderson, W. J 
Hobson, F. C. 
Hudgins, D. E. 
Hunter. E. C. 
Kincaid, G. A. 
Karriker, T. R. 
Lockwood, F. C. 



Little, A. D. 
Margon, R. H. 
Marshall. B. A. 
McMichael, J. M. 
McCanless, John 
Mclver, C. R. 
McPherson, Garland 
Moore, B. C. 
Moore, J. O., Jr. 
Norwood, John 
Newman, G. F. 
Parsley, R. A. 
Parham, J. M. 
Patterson, H. N, 
Patterson, Raymond 
Royster, C. L. 
Rector, Betty 
Simpson, M. B. 
Studdert, Carter 
Shebb, W. B. 
Sherfesse, Louis, Jr. 



Spearman, W. S. 
Smith, Carlyle 
Sechler, C. W. 
Seawell, M. B. 
Stabler, J. C. 
Tatum, C. C. 
Torbert, J. F. 
Thomas, F. A. 
Williams, J. R. 
White. W. W. 
Webb. R. Hoke 
Williams, J. C. 
Whisnant, H. P. 
Whitsett, W. T. 
Williams, J. S. 
Wardlaw, C. D. 
Wardlaw, F. C. 
Whitmire, T. C. 
Wimbish, Paul 
Yarborough, W. H. 



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The Philanthropic Assembly 

J. W. Crew Speaker, Fall Term 

Wyeth Ray Speaker, Winter Term 

J. A. Crumpler Speaker, Spring Term 

Members 

P. G. Lee R. L. Derton, Jr. \V. R. Burgess J. L. Whitley 

Sherman Shore J. D. Barnes B. T. Aycock C. G. Coley 

E. H. Whitley Herbert T. Taylor E. A. Hammond G. E. Crawley 
R. C. Holland W. S. Montgomery T. R. Baldwin J. A. Lang 

G. P. Carr W. L. Keller R. H. Cheatham L. P. Harrell 

J. S. Gorham, Jr. L. M. Allen Lawrence Wallace W. G. Lockhart 

F. C. Vann J. C. Beakley C. D. Calhoun John M. Mewborn 
H. H. Hobgood W. W. Speight R. Mayne Albright Philip R. Whitley 
R. T. Sartwell W. D. Bryan, Jr. F. M. Taylor, Jr. J. B. Lewis 
Clarence Davis H. T. Parker Travis Brown Donald Wood 
Frank Armfield, Jr. Frank W. Grant Charles A. Carr J. C. Wood 

E. H. McKinnon, Jr. H. H. Taylor, Jr. Gates McCullen J, A. Crumpler 

W. H. Brown R. W. Goebel G. Vernon Cowper C. L. Haywood 

C. F. Yarborough W. L. Dunning Charles O'H. Grimes E. A. Neely 

C. B. McKethan J. H. Huff Frank Turner E. Dameron 

K. D. Thompson J. Sexton Layton Jerome Cohen J. W. Crew 

W. H. Kuralt J. C. Sitterson F. B, Pridgen H. S. Hayes 

C. D. Newbern 



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The Mary D. Wright Debate 

March i^, ig^g 

THE ]Mivry 1). Wright Memorial ^Nledal was begun 
years ago l)y the late P. E. Wright, of Landis, N. C, 
and is now continued by his estate through the agency of 
the present INIr. P. E. Wright, of the same place. It is 
awarded to the best sjjeaker on the winning team in the 
annual debate between the Philanthropic Assembly and the 
Dialectic Senate. 

The debate for the scholastic year 1928-29 was on the 
question, "licsolvid. tliat the Volstead Act should be modi- 
fied." 

The representatives of the Philanthropic Assembly were 
E. H. Whitley and R. M. Albright, who upheld the affirma- 
tive side of the question. The Dialectic Senate was repre- 
sented by B. C. Moore and Calvin Graves, who upheld the 
negative side of the question. 



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The Debate Council 

THE Debate Council is tlie body selected to manage all student 
inter-collegiate contests of a forensic nature — oratory and 
debating — engaged in by the University. Beginning with the 
scholastic year 1927-28 with the consent of the University Adminis- 
tration, the two Literary Societies, and the student bod}', the Debate 
Council was organized in its present form, which is essentially as 
follows: It is composed of four students and three faculty members 
— two of the student members are elected by the student body at large 
and one each is appointed by the two Literary Societies; the three 
faculty memliers are appointed by the President of the LTniversity. 
The President of the Debate Council is always a student, and one of 
the faculty members is always Executive Secretary, the later office 
continuing from year to year. 

The present composition of the Debate Council is as follows: L. 
Taylor Bledsoe. President; Professor Cicorge M. jNIcKie, Executive 
Secretary; Professor Howard M. Jones; Professor Albert Coates; 
J. C. Williams; H. B. Parker; and J. :M. ^lewborn. 



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PARKER 



Debate between the University of North Carolina 
and Emory University 

May Ij., 1^28 

Query: "Mesolvcd, that the increased power of 
the Federal Government, as shown in this 
country during the last decade, indicates 
a beneficial tendency." 



This debate was held at Emory University in 
Atlanta, Georgia, with Carolina supporting the 
affirmative side. The final decision of the judges 
was mianimously in favor of Carolina. The team 
was composed of J. C. Williams and PI. B. Parker. 



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Debate between the University of North Carolina and 
the British Students Union (Women) 

November ^, ig28 

Query: "Besolvcd, that the disadvantages of co-edu- 
cation outweigh its advantages." 

THE debate between the University of North Carohna and the 
Britisli Students Union was lield in INIemorial Hall on Xovember 
5, 1928. The "before and after" plan of voting by the audience was 
used, and Carolina, supporting the negative side of the question w'as 
declared winner by a shift of one per cent from affirmative to negative. 
The representatives of the British Union were jNIisses Leonora 
Lockhart. of Girton College, Cambridge; Xancy Samuel, of Somer- 
ville College, Oxford; and ^Margery 31. Sharp, of Bedford College, 
University of London. The representatives of the University of 
North Carolina were E. H. AVhitley, '30, J. C. Williams, '30, and 
R. M. Albright, '31. 



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Debate between the University of North Carolina 
and Marquette University 

February 18, ig^g 



Query: " Resolved, that the piibHc should own 
and operate the hydro-electric ])lants of 
United States. 



Tiiis debate was heltl at Chapel Hill, the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina taking the affirmative side 
of the question, and being repi-esented by W. W. 
Speight, '30, H. li. Hobgood, '32, and J. C. 
Harris, '31. 



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Debate between the University of North Carolina 
and the University of the South 

March 2, 1^2^ 



Query: "Resolved, that tlie public should own 
and operate the hydro-electric power 
plants of the United States." 



This debate was held at Sewanee, Tennessee, 
and the University of North Carolina, represented 
by J. C. Williams, '30, and E. H. Whitley, '30, 
took the affirmative side of the question. 



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Debate between the University of North Carolina 
and Johns Hopkins University 

Query: "Resolved, that the United States should 
cease to intervene by armed force in 
Latin America." 



This debate, which was scheduled to take place 
at Carolina on jNIay 11, 1928, was cancelled by 
Johns Hopkins University the day before the event 
was to have taken place. Carolina was to have had 
the affirmative side of the question. 

The team representing the University of North 
Carolina was composed of J. A. Wilkinson, '31, 
and J. JNI. IMewborn. '29. 



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UNIVERSITY 

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[one hundred ninety-seven] 




PASS 



KENAN STADIUM FROM THE AIR. 



[one hundred ninety eioht] 




OVER. THE BACK-STOP 



PAR-ADE DUR.1NGTHE HALF 



[one hundred ninety nine] 



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CONTACT 



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TAKING OFF 



GOING UP? 



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ONE OF THESE SOCIAL AFFAIB.S 



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VENTERS WALL WARD M.WEBB J.C.WEBB WE. WEBB 



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Interfraternity Council 

Carl Venters, President Phi Gamma Delta 

A. W. Gholson, Jr, Secretary and Treasurer Pi Kappa Phi 

Gordon Gray Delta Kappa Epsilon 

George Race Beta Theta Pi 

W. L. Phillips '. Delta Psi 

W. S. Move Phi Kappa Sigma 

Baron Holmes Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Phil Howell _ Zeta Psi 

E. L. Haywood .. Chi Phi 

Mack Webb ., Alpha Tau Omega 

Jack Ward Kappa Alpha 

John Spears Phi Delta Theata 

W. L. Marshall Sigma Nu 

John D. Bullock Sigma Chi 

W. E. Webb Kappa Sigrna 

A. T. Sawyer Pi Kappa Alpha 

R. C. Merritt Delta Sigma Phi 

W. S. Wall Theta Chi 

Phil Jackson Delta Tau Delta 

B. M. Parker Sigma Phi Epsilon 

J. E. Webb .....Acacia 

E. B. Schlosburg Tau Epsilon Phi 

F. O. Johnson Theta Kappa Nu 

J. P. Pagan Alpha Lamda Tau 

D. M. WiLSEY Lambda Chi Alpha 

S. S. McNeely Sigina Phi Sigma 

James Mitchell Phi Sigma Kappa 

M. W. Breman Zeta Beta Tau 

R. H. GuRGANUs Sigma Zeta 

Milton Cohen Phi Alpha 



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Delta Kappa Epsilon 

founded at Yale, 18^4 



Colors: Crimson, Rluc, and Gold 



Publication: D. K. E. Quarterly 



Beta Chapter 

Estahlishcd ISBl 



FliATRES IN FaCULTATE 



Fkancis p. Venaru;, Ph.D. 



William M. Dhv, Ph.D. 



Bowman Gray, Jr. 
Nelson F. Howard 



Fratres in Univer-sitate 

Class uf 1929 

AuGusTLS M. Grixorv 
Sam UAL A. Pettus 
C. Stedman Morris 



J. Harrison Lassiter 
H. Nelson Woodson 



Gordon Gray 
Julian B. Fenner 



William Dunn, Jr. 
RonERT V. Brawley 
Meade H. Willis, Jk. 



Class of 1930 

William S. Koenig 
David J. Craig, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

Charles G. Chatham 
A. Douglas Kincaid, Jr. 
John Van Lindlev 

Laxo 
John B. McMullen 

Graduate 

William A. Vanbtory 



H. Dail Holderness 
Albert M. Whisnant, Jr. 



John T. Craig 
Alston S. Watkins 
Gavin H. Dortch, Jr. 



Thomas W. Ale.kander, Jr. 
Frank H. Dunn 
Mandeville a. Webb 



Pledges 

J. Worth McAlister 
Thomas L. Parsons 
George T. Buchan 



L. P. Best 
Claude Whichard 
Fielding H. Yost, Jr. 



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PENNINGTON C.W.TAYLOR H.H.TAYLOR VENTERS WHITE 



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Phi Gamma Delta 

Founded at Wasliiiiglon tnti Jefferson College, 1S4S 



Publication: The Phi Gnmma Delta 

Epsilon Chapter 

Established 1851 



Floii.'Cr: Purple Clematis 



James B. Bullitt, M.D. 



Fratres in Facultate 



Sterling A. Stoudemire. M.A. 



Ernest L. Mackie, Ph.D. 



Fratre in Urbe 

Llther J. Phipps 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 

Lester Hillard Slate 



Bertram Hoole Brown 
Travis Taylor Brown 



Class of 19S0 



Robert E. Lee Graham 

De Witt Clinton McCotter, Jr. 



Stanley Elis Crew 
Robert Foster Dewey 
Berry Godwin French 



Class of 1931 

Jesse McRae Howard. Jr. 
Robert Edmund Hubbard 
James Kenan Morisey 
Chalmers Lindley White, Jr. 



Henry Newton Patterson 
George Edw. Pennington, Jr. 
.\rthur Eugene Reynolds, Jb. 



Law 



James Win field Crew, Jr. 



Carl Vernon Venters 



Medicine 

Henry Neil Lee 



Geo. Proctor Arrington, Jr. 
William Merlin Bliss 
William Dempsey Bryan, Jr. 



Pledges 

Stuart Lee Clark 

John Wilson Clin.\rd, Jr. 

Donald Parkhurst Cooke 



James Benjamin Herring 
Charles Winfield Taylor, Jr. 
Herbert Hamilton Taylor, Jr. 



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Colors: Pink and Blue 



Beta Theta Pi 

Founded at Mwiiii Unkrrsity, 1839 

Publication: Beta Theta Pi 

Eta Beta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi 

Established 1852 

Fratres in Facultate 



Flower: Rose 



Alvin S. Wheeler, Ph.D. 



Robert A. McPhekters, A.B., LL.- 
Fratres in Universitate 



Alexander H. Galloway, Jr. 



George W. Bradham 
Douglas JM. Potter 



Herbert T. Browne 



Eugene B. Glenn 



John H. Anderson, Jr. 



William F. Draper 
Oscar W. Dressler 



Class of 1929 

Randall M. Starrett 
Gould M. Hambright 

Class of 1930 

Marion G. Follin, Jr. 
Edwin V. Durham 

Class of 1931 
George D. Moody 

Medicine 



Law 

Thomas S. Rollins, Jr. 

Graduate 

Henry A. Rankin, Jr., B.S., M.A. 



Pledges 

Henry L. Anderson 
Thomas B. Follin 
Richard M. Fenker 



Kent J. Brown, Ph.D. 



James Howard Gold 



George L. Race 
Charles E. Waddell, Jr. 



Lindsay C. Plumly 
Augustus S. Rose 
Thomas A. Uzzell, Jr. 



Frank H. Chamberlain, Jr. 
Henry L. Taylor 



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FotindeJ at Coluinbiii Uiinvrsity, 1S42 

St. Anthony Hall of University of North Carolina 

Established 1854. 

Fratres IX Universitate 



Roland Lincoln Kesler 



Class of 1929 

Halbert McN. Jones 



William L. Phillips 



John Brandt 



Class of 19S0 



Herman W. Schnell 



Charles R. Erskine 



Class of 19S1 
Kenneth A. Gay 
John C. Grainger 



AnAM Fisher, Jr. 



Medicine 

Alexander Ojlclolgh Dick 



Graduate 

Telfair Bovs Peet 



Wallace T. Case 
George C. Kelm 



Pledges 

Sydney h. Lea 
Albert E. ^IcVitty 
Mangum Turner, Jr. 



Alfred H. Paddison 
Stephen D. Timberlake, III 



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REEVES SPEARMAN SWOPE TEAGUE THOMPSON WHITE 



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Founded a* Union College, 1841 


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Colors: Purple and Gold 


Alpha Sigma of Chi Psi 

Established 1855 

Fratres in Facultate 


Publication: The Purple and Gold 




Walter D. Toy, M.A. 


George C. Taylor, Ph.D. 


Robert E. Coker, Ph.D. 




William C. 


CoKER, Ph.D. Arthur R. 

Frater in Urbe 

Lindsay M. Gudger 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1929 


Hollett, B.S. 




BURNHAM S. COLBURN, Jr. 

Walter S. 


H. W. Grady McEntire 
Spearman, Jr. Lawrence 

Class of 1930 


Donald M. McIntosh, Jr. 
Thompson 




Henry McK, Baggs 
William 0. Bennett 
Robert H. Cheatham 


Cheatham G. Coley 
George N. Gleaton 
Robert A. Hovis 
J. Randolph Teague, Jr. 

Class of 1931 


Robert M. Laughlin 
Frank R. McNinch, Jr. 
Granville H. Svvope 




William K. Blair 
Roy W. Fraklin 


Harold W. Glascock, Jr. 
J, Fuller Malone 

Law 


W. Howard Norman 
Robert Reeves 




Lawrence H. Wallace 


Wex S. Malone 






Medicine 








W. Gardner Morgan 








Graduate Student 








John 0. Allison 








Pledges 






Robert H. Avery 
Thomas Badger III 
Whitner N. Bissell 


Robert E. Coker, Jr. 
Fred B. Greer 
George E. Levings 


T. Gilbert Pearson, Jr. 
George N. Pierce, II 
John S. White, Jr. 



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Phi Kappa Sigma 



foundird at the University of Pennsylvania, 1S50 
Colors: Old Gold and Black Publication: Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter 

Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma 

Established 1856 



Fratres in Facultate 

Isaac H. Manning, M.D. J. Merritt Lear, M.A. 

Henry H. Williams, Ph.D English Bagby, Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 



Gregory L. Paine Ph.D. 
Harry A. Haring, Jr., Ph.D. 



Francis L. Adams 
George B. Lockhart 



Class of 1929 
Daviu a. Gidpings 
Phillip F, Dawson, Jr. 



Joseph W. Holt, Jr. 
Richard G. Waltser 



Class of 19S0 

David A. Nims William J. Adams, Jr. William L. Hunt 
John W. Wardlaw William S. Move, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

Frank P. Spruill Harry H. Ewbank, Jr. Isaac H. Manning, Jr. 

William D. Merritt, Jr. John J. Kirkpatrick Michael Schenck, Jr. 

Frederick M. Brickman, Jr. .Arthur M. Kirkpatrick 



Graduates 



James A. Tlirner, Jr. 



Joseph J. Cox 



Victor E. Ruehl, Jr. 
Theodore C. Bethea 



Pledges 

Harry C. Latta 
Arthur W. Kaufmann 
Amos F-G. McConkey 



Frederick Prouty 
Richard G. Bl'rwell 



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SPAULDING WEB 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


founded al the Vnivcrsity of Alabama, 1S56 


Colors: Old Gold and Purple Flower: Violet 


Publications: The Record, and Phi Alpha (Secret) 


XI Chapter 


Established 1857 


Fratres in Facultate 


James N. Ashmore, Coach George F. Horner, A.M. Edward V. Howell, Ph.G. 
Robert D. W. Connor, Ph.B Almonte C. Howell, Ph.D. Maurice A. Moore, Jr., A.M. 
W. W. Pierson, Jr., Ph.D. Robert H. Wettach, S.J.D. 


Fratres in Universitate 


Class of 1929 


Junius G. Adams, Jr. George K. Cheatham William P. Fuller 
John J. Pringle 


Class of 1930 


William C. Cheatham Marshall Y. Feimster Charles J. Shannon, IV 
Louis H. DeRossett W. Beekman Huger Leon A. Spaulding 
Stuart A. Farleigh George W. Sanders J. Fleming Wily, Jr. 
John D. Rhinehart 


Class of 1931 


Cunningham Constantine Lawrence London Albert M. Rhett 
James S. Hudson E. Strudwick Nash, Jr. Peter B. Ruffin 
John S. Jemison Frank Q. O'Neill, HI R. Hoke Webb 
John H. London R. Aubrey Parsley Edward J. Wood 
Hal V. Worth, Jr. William H. Yarborough 


Laiv 


A. Baron Holmes 


Medicine 


Charles P. Graham 


Graduates 


Thomas W. Bennett C. A. P. Moore 


Pledges 

W. ^L Atkinson, Jr. J. Holmes Davis Thomas Ruffin 
S. M. Boatwright E. J. Dunavant C. D. Runnels 
R. R. Brown L. R. Harris George Waterhouse 
J. H. Carpenter W. W. Heffelfinger, Jr. E. F. Yarborough 



[two hundred nineteen] 



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COWPER E.K. GRAHAM GRAHAM CRIMES MOWELL 




LYONS M'CONNELL MCPHERSON RIDDICK 




ROUSE SMITH SNOW THOMPSON TILCHMAN WEBB 




WHITEHEAD WILSON WILLIAMS YELVERTON YOUNG 2EALY 



[two hundred twenty] 





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(2) 


Zeta Psi 


5, 




Founded at A't'ic York University, 1S46 1 




Color: White 


Publication: The Circle 
Upsilon Chapter 

Established 1858 


Flower : White Carnation 




Edward T. Brown, M.A. 


Fratres in Facultate 
George Howe, Ph.D. 
Henry Johnston, Jr., A.B. 


Charles S. Mangum, M.D. 




Louis Graves 


Fratres in Urbe 
Fratres in Universitate 


Robert W. Winston 




Robert P. Howell 


Class of 1929 
Whitmel H. Webb, Jr. 


Edward D. Wilson 




Charles D. Calholn 
Francis A. Jacocks 
Charles F. Williams 


Class of 19S0 
Newton S. Calhoun, Jr. 
Homer LeG. Lyon, Jr. 
Robert P. Yelverton 


John W. Gr.\h.^m 
Charles L. Smith, Jr. 
Robert L. Zealy 




Robert M. Albright, Jr. 
William P. McPherson 


Class of 1931 
Burgess V. Whitehead 
William Cooper 
William B. Snow, Jr. 


George D. Thompson 
Marion R. Cowper 




Charles F. Rouse 


Law 

Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 
George V. Cowper, Jr. 


Charles O'H. Grimes 




David A. Young 


Medicine 

Graduate Student 
Samuel W. Worthington 

Special Student 
Henry G. Tilghman 


Roscoe B. Gray Cowper 




W. Bl'rwell Harris 
Albert W. Cowper 
Alston Grimes 
Lynn Wilder 
Paul A. Tillery 


Pledges 

J. Binford Harris 
Woodward L. Boynton 
Thomas 'SI. Riddick 
T. Norfleet Webb, Jr. 
H. Haywood O'Donnell 


Herbert C. Gregory 
Peter S. Gilchrist. Jr. 
Samuel A. Dunn, Jr. 
Edward K. Graham 
Samuel M. McConnell, Jr. 





[two hundred twenty-one] 



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ARMSTRONG BENOIT BETTS J A BRANCH J.BRANCH 




GROCE HAYWOOD HUDSON HUSKE KRIDER 




C.M5KEITHAN 



G.R.MEKEITHAN M^NULTY MORRIS NORWOOD 




4. 




PEELER PESCHAU PRESSON SHERFESEE TAYLOR 



[two hundred twenty-two] 



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Chi Phi 



Founded at the College of Neiv Jersey, 1824 



Colors: Scarlet and Blue 



Publiecition: The Chi Phi Chakett 



Alpha Alpha Chapter of Chi Phi 

Established 1858 



Joseph Maryon Saunders 



Fratres in Urbe 

Edward Scheidt 
William Worth Morris 



John McIver Foushee 



Frater in Facultate 

George F. Sensabaugh 

Fratres in Universitate 



Alvin Luther Groce 
Samuel L. Presson 



William E. Betts 
James A. Branch 



Jack Barrows Coltrsey 
Robert Farrell 
Egbert L. Haywood 



Lerov W. Armstrong 



Henry B. Benoit 
John D. Branch 
Adlai H. Eliason 
James A. Hudson 



Class of 1929 
Paul G. Weil 
John W. Norwood, Jr. 

Class of 1930 

Walter E. Eskew 
Isaac H. Huske 

Class of 1931 
Robert B. McNulty 
Claude H. Farrell 
Crawford B. MacKeithan 

La-cc 
Henry P. Brandis 
Allen K. Smith 

Graduate Student 
William W'ay, Jr. 

Pledges 

Ernest W. King 
James H. Krider 
Joseph F. Morris 
Willard L. Parrish 



Ralph Randell 
James AVoodley 



Luther C. Steward, Jr. 
Cyrus M. Edson 



Edgar A. Neely 
Arthur G. Peeler 
Walter G. Sutton 



Edwin R. MacKeithan 



John B. Peschau 
Louis Sherfesee, Jr. 
Frank W. Slusser, Jr. 
Amos H. Tayxor 



[two hundred twenty-three] 



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BOGER BROOKER ERICKSOIsl GILBERT GODWIN 




MCGRAW M'INTOSH NELSON PARKER 




SALE SMrTH STUBBS WEBB WOODWARD 



[two hundred twenty-four] 



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Alpha Tau Omega 



Founded at I'irginia Military Institute, 1865 
Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue 

Publication: The Palm 



Floiver: White Tea Rose 



Alpha Delta Chapter 

Established 1879 



Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., Ph.D. 
Eugene C. Branson, A.M. 
Harry F. Comer 



Fratres in Facultate 
W'm. D. MacMiixan, Ph.D. 
Howard R. Huse 
Atwell C. McIntosh, A.M. 



Gerald R. McCarthy, A.M. 
Thomas S. McCorkle 
Paul J. Weaver 



Keener C. Fraser, Ph.D. 



William R. Abbot, A.M. 



Frater in Urbe 
Joseph H. Pratt 

Fratres in Universitate 



Class of 1930 

Allston J. Stubbs 

Class of 1931 

Charles K. Woodward Paul L. Gilbert 

Herbert Nelson 



Mack Webb 



Charles Erickson 



Medicine 
RuFus R. Little 



Andrew C. McIntosh 



F. Gibbons McGraw 
Fred C. Lockwood 



Law 

F. Ogden Parker 
Thomas C. Smith, Jr. 

Pledges 

George L. Jones 
Lofton P. Brooker 



Gordon Boger 



Jack H. Brown 



Leland W. Sales 
Donald McL Jenkins 
Paul S. Godwin 



[two hundred twenty-five] 



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BUFORD COLE CROMARTIE EVVING HAMILTON 







PEACE PERKINS FII.REODING U.O.REDDING WARD 



[two hundred twenty-six] 



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Kappa Alpha 



Founded at Washington and Lee Unwersity, 186$ 

Colors: Crimson and Gold Flozvers: Red Rose and Magnolia 

Publications: Kappa Alpha Journal, Special Messenger (secret) 

Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha 

Established 1881 



J. G. deR. Hamilton, Ph.D. 



Fratres in Facultate 

Edgar W. Knight, Ph.D. 
Howard W. Bailey 



Charles Cauthen, M.A. 



Fratres in Universitate 



Harold T. Buck 



Class of 1929 

Gaston R. Buford 



Frank S. Howell 



William R. Palmer 



William R. Prescott 



Robert S. Cromartie, Jr. 



Ale.k. H. Ewing 
H. Richard Garrett 
Joe H. Glenn 



Class of 1930 

Stephen H. Millender 
Eugene E. Wells 

Class of 19S1 
J. G. deR. Hamilton, Jr. 
Tom C. Henry 
Henry C. House 
Seldon M. Pirce 



David J. Ward 



George W. Hundley 
William S. Lindsay 
Arthur D. Little, Jr. 



Walter D. Allen 



J. W. Hill 



Oscar E. Carpenter 
Frank A. Cole 



Law 



J. WiLLARD KEERANS 



Medicine 

John O. Redding 

Graduates 



R, M. Wallace 



Pledges 
Arthur C. House A. Reid Perkins 

Samuel T. Peace Henry T. Redding 



[two hundred twenty-seven] 



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MARSHALL SCOGGIN 



SPEARS WHITAKER 



[two hdndred twenty-eight] 



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Phi Delta Theta 



Founded at Miami University, 



Colors: Argent and Azure 



Flower: White Carnation 



Publicatiojis: The Scroll and The Palladium (secret) 

N. C. Beta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta 

Established 1885 



William S. Bernard, A.M. 
William P. Brandon, A.M. 



Fratres in Facultate 

Thomas F. Hickerson, Ph.D. 
C. T. McCormick, a. B., LL.B. 



William F. Proutv, Ph.D. 
Patrick H. Winston, A.B. 



Fratres in Universitate 



William F. Evans, Jr. 



Class of 1929 

Charles N. Gignilliat, Jr. 



Frederick Burr Johnson 



John M. Henderson 



John W. H. Spears 



Class of 1930 

Ernest W. Ewbank, Jr. 



Walter A. Daley 



Class of 1931 

Andrew D. McGowan 
Alex C. Yarborough 



Allan Michael 



Law 



John T. Gresham 



James A. Williams 



Medicine 



Edward E. Koonce 



James A. Whitaker 



George T. Burnette, Jr. 
Horace M. Barnes 
George R. Benton 



Pledges 

Edward M. Fonville 
Carroll Koonce 
Edward H. Webb 



Lewis Scoggin 
Thomas E. Marshall 
James Knott 






[two hundred twenty-nine] 



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RAMSAY REDFERN SIKES 



SKINNER WADSWORTH 



[two hundred thirty] 




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Sigma Nu 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1868 
Colors: Black, White and Gold 

Publication: The Delta of Sigma Nu 

Psi Chapter 

Established 1888 



Harry W. Chase, Ph.D. 

S. M. Breckenridge, Ph.B., LL.B. 

A. Henderson, Ph.D., LL.D. 



Fratres in Facultate 
C. Addison Hibbard, A.M. 
J. C. Lyons, Ph.D. 
William D. McNider, M.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 



Flower: White Rose 



C. C. Peacock, A.M. 
E. E. Peacock, A.M. 
J. B. WoosLEY, A.M. 



Class of 1929 
Macklin L. Barker Arnold Borden Charles A. Carr 

Thaddeus V. HedgepEth William Leak Marshall, Jr. 



Archie T. Allen, Jr. 
Edwin E. Butler 



Emmerson p. Dameron 
Donald W. Graham 
Edward R. Hamer 



Ch.\rles O. Culbertson 



John J. B. Brooks 
Alpheus Branch Carr 
John Phil Cooper 
William Chapman Crawford 



Class of 1930 
Frederick L. Carr, Jr. 
George W. Hamer 
Charles M. Redfern 

Class of 1931 
Willis L Henderson 
Eugene G. Hines 
E. Cooper Person, Jr. 
John G. Wadswortu 

Law 
Charles A, Price 

Medicine 

Edward M. Hedgepeth 

Special 

Walter D. Creech 

Pledges 

James Webb Gardner 
Lawrence B. Johnson 
Henry M. London, Jr. 
Lawrence L. Miller, 



Robert L. Murphy 
Julian L Palmore 



Kerr Craige Ramsay 
Charles C. Sikes 
Charles C. Skinner, Jr. 



James H. Purcell 



John A. Park, Jr. 
James G. Skinner 
John H. Skinner 
Charles H. Whedbee 



[two hundred thirty-one] 



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ADKINS BARKLEY CARLISLE DOCKERY ELLISON FEARING 




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HUNTER JACOCKS 




ROSE ROWLAND C.SHELTOKI TSHELTON SICKLES 




STEWART THOMPSON UNDERWOOD WALL WEBSTER WITHERS 



[two hundred thirty-two] 



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Sigma Chi 

Founded at Miami Uni'i'crsily, June 28 iS 



Colors: Blue and Gold 



Floivcr: White Rose 



Publications: The Magazine of Sigma Chi, The Sigma Chi-Bulletin (esoterie), The Sigma Chi Manual 

and Directory 



Herman G. Baity, C.E. 
William N. Evans, Jr., M.A. 



John David Bulluck, Jr. 
Charles May Burns 



Alpha Tau of Sigma Chi 

Established 1889 

Fratres in Facultate 

Wesley C. George, Ph.D. 
Frederick H. Koch, A.M. 
James F. Royster, Ph.D. 

Frater in Urbe 

William Scott 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
MacLean Leath, Jr. 
■William Alexander Monroe 



Rowland P. McClamrock, Ph.D. 
John W. Lasley, Jr., Ph.D. 



Julian Lawrence Perkins 
Alton Clark Underwood 



Class of 1930 

Fenton Andrew Adkins Leonard Howlett Hole Adolphus Mitchell 

William Lumsten Fearing Augustus Henry Jarrett, Jr. John Craig Shelton 

Thomas Allison Hunter Loy Durant Thompson 



Nicholas West Dockery 
George Francis Jacocks 



Class of 1931 

Chauncy Lake Royster 
Edgar Norman Ricks 
Benjamin Richard Webster 

Medicine 

William Mebane 



Arthur DeLos Sickles 
John Millan Steward 



Law 



Arm STEAD Sapp 



Meade Feild 



James Jerry Slade 



Clarence V. Barkley, Jr. 
William Lytch Carlisle 
John Gray Blount Ellison 
Frederick Koch, Jr. 



Graduates 

Charles Thomas Lipscomb 
David Tuttle Milne 

Pledges 

Steven Andrew Lynch, Jr. 
William Turrelius Myers 
William Calvin Petty, Jr. 
Walter Thomas Rose 



George McNeil Rose, Jr. 



Charles George Rowland 
Thos. McKendre Shelton, Jr. 
Edwin Craig Wall 
Lloyd Clement Withers 



[two hundred thirty-three] 



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W.R. SATTERflELD SHEPARD SHUFORD TOMS VESTAL 



[two hundrkd thirty-four] 




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Kappa Sigma 



Founded at the University of Bologiia, 1400 

Established in America at the University of Virginia, 186/ 

Colors: Scarlet, White and Emerald Green Floivcr: Lily of the Valley 

Pnblicalions: Caduceus, Star and Crescent (secret) 

Alpha Mu Chapter 

Established 1893 

Fratres in Facultate 
John Grover Beard, Ph.D. Sturgis Elleno Leavitt, Ph.D. 

GusTAVE Maurice Braune, B.S., C.E. AIarcus Cicero S. Noble, Ph.D. 

Robert Allison Fetzer, B.S.. iM.A. Charles Thomas Woollen 

Elmer George Hoeeer, B.S., M.E. Edward James Woodhouse, A.B., LL.B. 

Fratres in Universitate 



Thomas Chatterton Coxe, Jr. 
Simeon Roane Cross 



Class of 1929 
Robert McDonald Gray, Jr. 
William Edward Webb 
William Burder Shuford 



Henry C. Satterfield, Jr. 
George Edward Shepard 



Class of 1930 

Peter Leland Henderson Robert Mitchell Oliver Francis Rogers Toms 

Odell Shemwell Vestal Richard Winborne, Jr. 

Class of 1931 
George Lewis Bagby John Leonard Brown, Jr. Joseph Colin Eagles 

RuFus Herbert Best William Clyde Dunn Charles Ellis Ford 

Geo. LaFayette Morgan, Jr. George Parrott Rosemond 

Law 
Da.n'iel Edward Hudcins, Jr. 



Joel Jenkins Hutchinson, Jr. 
William Gordon Reid 
William Robert Satterfield 




William Ashley Bridgers 
Sydnor Moye Cozart 
Eugene Cross, Jr. 



Pledges 

Harry Clinton Finch 
Robert Walker Geitner 
George Phifer Houston 
Frederick Jefferson Wiggins 



[two hundred thirty-five] 



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WHITE 



[two hundred thirty-six] 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Founded at University of Virginia, iS6S 

Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Floic'er: Lily of the Valley 

Publications Shield and Diamond, Dagger and Key (secret) 

Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha 

Established 1895 

Fratres in Facultate 
GusTAvE Adolphus Hareer, Ph.D. Henry T. Shanks, A.M. 

Howard Mumford Jones, Ph.D. John E. Carroll, Jr., A.M. 

George McFarland, McKie, A.M. Henry F. Hunt, M.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 



James B. Allen 



Class of 1929 
William F. Caviness 
Harold M. White 



MiLUS H. Carroll 



Class of 1930 
Harry R. Covington Francis M. Houston 



James M. Hines 



Class of 1931 
Charles S. Moody 
Harry L. Shaner 



Henry Roane 




Andrew T. Sawyer 



Clay C. Studdert 



Medicine 

James F. Marshall 

Pledges 

Lawson H. Lowrance 
Richard W. Marshall 



George W. Thompson 
Tom White Weeks 



[two hundred thirty-seven] 



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FARMER FARTHING GHOLSON GILLESPIE 



HALL KOCHTITSKY M'INNIS 



SHULER WELBORN WILLIAMS WIMBISH 




[two hundred thirty-eight] 



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Colors: Gold and White 



Pi Kappa Phi 

Founded at the College of Charleston, 1904 

Publication: The Star and Lamp of Pi Kappa Ph 

Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi 

Established 191^ 



Dudley D. Carroll, A.M. 
Jefferson BvNUiM, A.M. 



John Watts Farthing 
James Brownlee Hall, Jr. 



Charles W. Banner, Jr. 
William E. Bobbitt 



Thurstox R. Adams 
Beverly C. Moore 



Kermit W. Welborn 



Fratres in Facultate 

CORYDON P. SpRUILL, B.LiTT. 

Elisha Kent Kane, Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
Hugh L. Merritt 
William Lafayette Scott 

Class of 1930 
Allen Cook Boren 
John A. Vann, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

Oli.en McLeod 

George F. Newman, Jr. 



Paul C. Wimbish 



Walter ^L Bryson 
Jefferson B, Fordham 



Harper Barnes 
Theron R. Brown 
Adrian N. Daniel, Jr. 



Law 
\\'alter Hoyle 
Alfred W. Gholson 

Pledges 
T. Pittman Davis, Jr. 
Charles F.\rmer 
John McI. Gillespie 




William Olsen 

William Grady Pritchard 



James E. Shuler 
Ja.mes W. Williams 



Calvin Graves, Jr. 
Ernest C. McInnis 



Clifton E. Pleasants 

^LARSHALL D, R.XND 



John F. Glenn, Jr 
Henry T. Powell 



O. Wilbur Kochtitsky 
Robert P. Noble, Jr. 
James C. Hollingsworth 



[two hundred thirty-nine] 



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[two hundred forty] 



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Delta Sigma PKi 

Founded at the College of the City of Ne'w York, iSgi) 
Colors: White, Nile Green and White Flozver: White Carnation 

Publieatioiis: The CErnation (Exoteric), The Sphinx (Esoteric) 

Alpha Delta Chapter 

Established 1920 



John Ch.\rles W'essell, Jr. 



Robert Charles Merritt, Jr. 



Frater in Facultate 

Maurice Taylor Van Hecke 

Frater in Urbe 

Douglas McIntosh Fambrough 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
William Banks Wilkins 

Class of 1930 

Graydon Oliver Pleasants 



Marion Justice Young 



James Luther Putnam, Jr. 



WiNSLOw Willkings Smith 



James Keefe Ward 



Heniierson Schroeder Bell 
Charles Chapman Duffy 



Rodolph Duffy 



William Richard Battley 
R. Mitchell Chamberlain 



Class of 1931 
Cowan Carson Foard 
Joseph Fairfield Hester 
Fred Amick Thomas 

Graduate 

James Theophilus Penny 

Law 

Edward Merritt McEachern 
Claude Everrett Reitzel 

Pledges 

James Edward Clary 
Charles Castner Cornwall 
Gordon Houston Sturm 



Alan Ashworth Marshall 
William Arthur Sugg 



Augustus Barker Raymer 



Harry Glenn Frasier 
Hansel Dalton Ketchie 



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Colors: Military Red and White 



Theta Chi 

Founded tit Norzvich Ihih'crsity, 1S36 
Publication: The Rattle 

Alpha Eta Chapter 

Established 1920 

Frater in Facultate 

Samuel HL-NTI^fGTON Hobbs 

Fratres in Universitate 



Flo'wer: Red Carnation 



William English Anglin 
Robert Haile Haves 



Class of 1939 
Carson Fraser Sinclair 
Clifford C. Branch 
Charles Reid Ross 



John Robert Ingram, Jr. 
William Stanley Wall 



Class of 1930 
John Johnston Alexander Hexrv McLean Sinclair 



Harlee Copland Allen 
Joseph Shepherd Stone 



Class of 1931 
Frank Thomas 
J. Vassie W^ilson 
Joseph King Ray 



Neil McKay Ross 
James Clivie Goodwin 



Kenneth Adrian Bell 
RussEL Foster 
Ray Henderson 
Frederick Hussey 



Pledges 

Haklan Jameson 
Howard Allen 
Joseph Ross 
Jack Sherrill 




Haywood Weeks 
Patrick Cooke 
\\'iluam Van Every 
Lawrence James Giles 



[two hundred forty-three] 



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MANBECK MILLER 




RAGAN RENDER C.D.ROLLINS V.B.ROLLINS SHAFFNER 




STATON STULTZ WADDILL WHEARY WILLIAMS 



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[two hundred forty-four] 




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Delta Tau Delta 



Colors: Purple, White, and Gold 



Founded at Bethany College, iS^g 
Puhlieation: The Rainbow 



Flower: Pansy 



Harold D. Meyer 



Gamma Omega Chapter 

Established 1921 



Fratres in Facultate 



Charles Dale Beers 



Graduates 

Carey Petty Waddill 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
Don Shaw Holt 



Philip Jackson 



Jerry Whitsett Doughtie 
James L. Ferebee 



James H. Chadbourn 



Class of 1930 

Gilbert Tl'rner Ragan 
Edmond Law Waddill 

Class of 19S1 

Emil Nathaniel Shaffner 
Van Edgar Staton, Jr. 
Kermit Wheary 

Law 

William L. Holden 
Adam Younce 



William Harrison Turner 



Wallace Bryan Scales 
Albert Frank Williams, HI 



Wm. Da«d Pope Sharpe, Jr. 



Hege Kapp 
Hugh Martin 
Glenn Mock 



Medicine 

George W. Heinitsh Vance Rollins 

Pledges 

Henry Rehder Charles Rollins 

John Miller D. Pierson Ricks 

Willard O. Manbeck Henry Stultz 



[two hundred forty-five] 



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REVES WEATHERLY 



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Colors: Purple and Red 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 



Founded at the I'niz'crsily of Ricluitoiid, 1901 

rio'avrs: American Beauties and Violets 
PnhUcation: Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal 



Delta Chapter 

Established 1921 

Fratres in Universitate 



Theodore Joseph Collier 



Class of 1929 
John Gilmore Parks 
James Harry W'e-ATherly 



Clarence Dupre Jones, Jr. 



Marion Romaine Alexander 



Class of 19S0 
Leonard E. Reves, Jr. 



B. Moore Parker 



Sanford Coston Harper. Jr. 



Ashley Seawell 



Class of 1931 
James T. Culton Herman Stroupe Merrell David Franklin Kell 

Malcolm Buie Seawell Lawrence T. Hammond 

Laio 

Lewis Taylor Bledsoe William Charles Hampton Nathan Busby Gaskill 

James Birney Linn Clarence Odell Sapp 

Medicine 

KiLBY Pairo Turrentine 






Benj. Thompson Ayxock 
Geo. Shuford Abernethy 
Maurice Edward Eighme 
T. R. Karriker 



Pledges 

Bedford Boiser Forrest 
Earl Dills Higdon 
Patrick Henry Johnson 
Samuel M. Yancey 



James Luther Hofler, Jr. 
Horace Pennington, Jr. 
RuFus Henry Temple 



[two hundred forty-seven] 




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Acacia 

Founded (il the Vnhcrsily of Michigan. IQ04 
Colors: Blue-black and Old Gold 

Publication : Triad 

North Carolina Chapter 

Established 1923 



Floiver: Acacia 



Julian Price 



William E. Caldwell, Ph.D. 
Edgar W, Knight, Ph.D. 



A. Clarence V. Pickard 
Louis A. Koonts 



Honorarij 

James E. Latham 

Fratres in Facultate 
Eric .\. Aberneihy, M.D. 
John W. Harris 

Fratres in Urbe 
William D. Moss 
Paul M. Thompson 
William F. Strowd 

Fratres in Universitate 



Raymond C. Dunn 



Robert B. Lawson, M.D. 
William V. Parker 



Thera E. Hinson 
James E. Webb 



John .\. Bender 



John O. Harmon 




Class of 1929 
James A. B.\rn\vell James .\. Dogcett 

Class of 1931 
Sydney L. Risdon 

Graduaies 

John W. McCain, Jr. Benjamin Husbands 



Medicine 

Robert F. Monroe 



Law 



Grant L. Donnelly 
.'Vddison E. Warren 



Pharmacy 

Archie A. Koontz 

Engineering 

Marvin S. Carter 

Pledges 

Dan F. Tay'lor 



J. H. HOLSHOUSER 



[two hundred forty-nine] 



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Chi Tau 



founded igss 

Colors: White, Crimson and Gold Flozi-crs: White. Yellow and Red Rosebuds 

Publiratioii : Chi Tau Hexagon 

Frater in Urbe 
Leonard Victor Hi'gcins 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
George Montague Holton William Robert Manev Albert James Satterfield 

Weddle Walter Vaughn Samuel E. Way 

Class of 1930 

William James Chandler Thomas G. Cornwell William Edward Jessup 

George Leslie Conlev Ned Butler Giles Forrest Battle Pridgen 

James Beardslev Connell George Brow^n Goode Francis Marion Taylor 

Guy'on Ei'GENE Whitten 



John L. Harris 



Class of 1931 
Lemuel W'adsworth Moore Clarence Johnson Weeks 



Law 



James Edward Butler 



Muriel Anderson James 



Medicine 

Frederick Mast Dula Samuel Eugene Pace 

Pledges 

Cosby Glenn Blackwood Major Clinton House William F. Rawls 

F. O. Carver, Jr. W'. Allen Kindel, Jr. William E. Uzzeh 

Elbert Holmes N. O. Van Nortwick, Jr. W. T. Whitsett, Jr. 



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BROD J.COHEN R.COHEN EISENBER6 




FILSHIN GARMISE GOLDBER6 GOLDSTEIN GRAY 




HENDLIN LAZARUS MARPET NEIMAN ROTHENBERG 




SCHLOSBERG SCHNEIDER SCHWARTZ SHER SHOHAN 




[two hundred fifty-two] 



^3 



'>>ACKETY \ACK 



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Colors: Lavender and White 



Tau Epsilon Phi 



founded at Columbia L'n'vcrsity. igog 

I'lo'a'crs: Lily of the Valley and Violets 
Publication: The Plume 



Omega Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi 

Established 1924 

Fratues in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
Morris Louis Garmise Samuel Robert Goldberg Judah Shohan 

Bexjamix David Schwartz Harry Louis Schwartz 



Jerome J. Cohen 



Class of 1930 
Frank M. Lazarus 



Elihu B. Schlosburg 



Arthur Robert Marpet 
Morris J. Miller 



Class of 1931 

David Neiman 
William ^L ]\[ichalove 



Bernard X. Schneider 
Philip Sher 



Stanley A. Badin 
J. Leonard Brod 
Raymond Cohen 



Class of 1932 
Joseph J. Dratler 
Edward E. Eisenberg 
Seon Filshin 



IsADORE Goldstein 
Morton L. Gray 
Harry H. Hendlin 



Sidney A. Rothenberg 



Isadore a. Schafer 



[two hundred fifty-three] 



^ 



>YACKETY YACK 



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BAKER 



CHEEK GALLOP 






HARRIS 



JOHNSTON 



MCCOWAN 






F.J.SOUTHERLAND 




F.L.SOUTHERLAND 5TUBBS 



TAYLOR 



VAUGHN 



[two hundred fifty-four] 



^^ 



>f^YACKETY YACK 



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Colors: Argent, Crimson and Sable 



Theta Kappa Nu 

Founded at Dntry College, 1924 

Publieatioii: Theta News 

N. C. Gamma Chapter 

Fratres in Universitate 



Flo-u'Cy: White Rose 



FiTZHUGH Lee Southerland 



Class of 1929 
Shelton Brice Hunter, Jr. 



John* Normand Watkims, Jr. 



Class of 1930 
Fred Odell Johnston 



Francis Mar\t;n Adams 
Merritt Clarence Baker 



Class of 1931 
Marshall Aubrey Gallop 
John Southgaie Vaughan 



HlLLL\RD BaxLEV WiLSON 

Charles Llovd Wyrick 



Law 

Edward Floyd Taylor 



Medicine 

Louis Ring 



Ralph Brant Cheek 
James Sidney Eaves, Jr. 



Fred Jennings Southerland 



Pledges 

Tho.mas Xewby Harris, Jr. 
Frank .Allan Jones 



Hugh Dixon McGowan 

LoRI.MER WiLLARD MiDGETT 



Clyde Stubbs 



1 



[two hundred fifty-five] 




>YACKETY YACK 



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BROWN 



FAGAN 





[two hundred fifty-six] 



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Colors: Black and Gold 




Alpha Lambda Tau 

founded at Oglethorpe Unwcrsity, iQi6 
Publication: The Rose Leaf 



Flower: American Beauty Rose 



Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Lambda Tau 

Established 1935 

Frateh in Facultate 
E. K. Plyler. Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 



Edwin S. English, Jr. 



Class of 1929 
Theodore R. Keith 



Harry W. McGalliard 



Henry H. Miller 



Carl B. Brown 



James Payne Pagan 



Joseph G. Faulkner 



John H. Isenhour 
Armando M. Perez 



Class of 1930 
John C. Redding 

Class of 1931 

Howard F. Chrisco 
Philip K. Sowers 

Law 

Ji'Nirs V. FiSHKK 

Special 

LlTHEK N. BVRD 

Pledges 

Alexander Mendenhall 
Harry M. Gilbert 
William W. Suggs 



Elmer R. Davis 



Wallace A. Shelton 



Adrian A. Spears 
Ray R. Fisher 



1 



[two hundred fifty-seven] 



>ff\ACKETY YACK 



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DEATON 



A.PREVOST 




[two hundred fifty-eight] 




>^*YACKETY YACK 



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Lamba Chi Alpha 



Founded al Boston College, igog 

Colors: Purple. Green and Gold Flmver: Violet 

Puhlieatious: Purple, Green and Gold ( Bi-Monthly), Cross and Crescent 

Gamma-Nu Zeta Chapter 

Established 192'2 



Russell Robert Potter 



Fratres in Facultate 
Robert C. Bullock 



Arnold K. King 



Fratres in Universitate 









Class of 1929 












C. M. Crawford 






C. C. Meador 
Class of 1930 










D. M. WiLSEY 


Guy E. Hill 






Leon Bryan 










J. R. Murphy, Jr. 


W. 


H. 


PrEvost 


Class of IQSl 


T. 


R. 


W 


\LKEfl 




F. J. Householder 






E. G. Long 

Laiv 
P. R. Whitley 

Pledges 










J. A. Prevost 


R. L. Deaton 






Rudolph Roberts 










Reginald Packard 


Ralph Buchanan 






J. E. Magner 










Jack Connolly , 



[two hundred fifty-nine] 



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FLOWERS FORD 




[two hundred sixty] 



^^ 



>{«YACKETY YACK 



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Sigma Pki Sigma 



Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, iC)o8 
Colors: Gold and White Flowers: Daffodils and Lilies of the Valley 

Publiealion: The j\Ionad 

Frater in Facultate 

Otto Stuhlman, Jr., Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 

Alan jMacKenzie Watt 

Class of 1930 

John Henry Brunjes Thos. Lerov Kirkpatrick, Jr. 

Ray- Simpson Farris Sam Stevenson McNeely, Jr. 

John Fred Ford Henry Harmon zurBurg 

Class of 1931 

Joe Andrew Carpenter George Lucius Sher.^m. Jr. 

Evan James Vaughn 

Law 

Gregory A. Smith 

Medicine 
Paul Kermit Perkins 

Pledges 

Bill Carbine, Jr. Edward B. Kidd, Jr. Kenneth R. Tunstall, Jr. 

Jack Brodie Farris Lewis Joseph Loveland George Louis Van Echo?, Jr. 

John Franklin Flowers, Jr. Calvin Luther Todd Richard Montagu Walford, Jr. 

Paul Alexander Guthrie Carl Francois Griggs 



[two hundred sixty'-one] 




>4*YACKETY YACK 



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Wk S J^^H 



BARNES BUNTING COCHRANE 



DENNING EDGERTON 




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dACKSON JENKINS JONES 





MANN M.M.M'GLAMERV W.H.M'GLAMERY W.K. PATE C.B.PHOENIX 





SCURLOCK TEACHEY WHITE WHITTINGTON WOOD 



[two hundred sixty-two] 



I 





>f'^\ACKETY YACK i 




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Phi Sigma Kappa 


^ 


Founded at MassacliKSctls AgricuUural College, A 


nherst, iS/s 


Colors: Magenta and Silver 


Puhlieation: The Signet 

Upsilon Deuteron Chapter 

Established 192G 

Frater in Facultate 

Dr. R. B. Lawson 

Frater in Urbe 
J. L. Holshouser 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 


Floicer: Red Carnation 


Thomas L. Kksler 


James M. Mitchelle 
Charles H. White 

Class of 1930 


Matthew K. Pate 


James A. Bunting 


Charles R. Hoggard 


Dell W. Millar 


Elbert H. Denning 


William T. Jackson 


Roy F. Roberts 


Harry G. Grier 


A. Seldon Mann 
Donald L. Wood 

Class of 19.31 


James P. Scurlock 


Andrew J. Bailev 


Herbert \V. Jones 
Fred C. Thomas 

Law 

Edmund L. Ciirlee 

Medicine 
Glenn S. Edgerton 

Pledges 


Wiley H. McGlamery 


Clyde M. Andrews 


C. William Edgerton 


Dillard McGlamery 


William J. Barnes 


Miles M. Fitch 


Clarence B. Phoenix 


Wayne W. Blackwelder 


Elwood K. Goodson 


James C. Teachey 


Graham C. Cochrane 


Raymond T. Jenkins 


R. J. Whittington 



[two hundred sixty-three] 



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G.OANNENBAUM 



GALLAND 




[two hundred sixty-four] 



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Zeta Beta Tau 

h'oundcd at the College of the City of Neiv York, iSgS 
Colors: Gold, Blue and White Publication: Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly 

Alpha Pi Chapter 

Established 1927 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
Charles Brown, Jr. 
Mortimer W. Breman 

Class of 1930 
Harry J. Gali.and 
David L. Avner 

Class of 19S1 
Solomon B. Sternberger 
Morton M. Shapiro 

Law 

Alvin S. Kartus Randolph G. Ll'rie 

Pledges 

Robert S. Dannenbaum Henry Brown 

George Dannenbaum Harry Gump 

Lionel Weil, Jr. Floyd Perlstine 

Norman B. Klein 






[two hundred sixty-five] 



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AVENT BONNER BRISSON BRYAN 








SMITH STIMSON WHISNANT WHICHARD 



[two hundred sixty-six] 



^^ 



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Sigma Zeta 



Colors: Black and Gold 



r-ounded at the University of Michigan, i(^-'4 

Publicalion: The Torch of Sigma Zeta 



Gamma Chapter 

Established 1928 

Frater in Facultate 
Rupert Bayliss Vance, Ph.D. 

Frater in Urbe 

John Fairbanks Motsinger 

Fratres in Uxiversitate 



Malcolm R. Bonner 
Ransom H. Gurganus 



Class of 1929 
Charles J. Moore 
J. Curtis Price 



Frank L. Smith 
William J. Stone 



Henry B. Fuller 
Ralph C. Greene 



Class of 1930 
Henkel M. Price 
Frank P. Stimson 



Willis G. Whichard 
Joseph H. Brisson 



Fred B. Bunch 
Carmen M. Butler 



Class of 1931 
XoRMAN L. Bryan 
James L. Colev 



G. Obie Davis 
Leo Brown Skeen 



Howard P. Whisnant 



Rankin J. White 



Pledges 

Raymond R. Avent Edmund S. Mann John Crowell 

Steve P. Marsh A. Jack Mitchell 



[two hundred sixty seven] 



•^ 



>f«YACKETY YACK 



^ 




BLOOM 



CM. COHEN 




HOROWITZ 




[two hundred sixty-eight] 



^^ 



>f«YACKETY YACK 



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DOOOOOOQ ^ 



Phi Alpha 



Founded tit George Washington University, r<M-4 
Colors: Maroon and Blue 

Publications: Phi Alpha Quarterly and Phi Alpha Bulletin ( Esoteric) 



I' lower: Rose 



Omega Chapter of Phi Alpha 

Established 1928 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 19S0 
SiuNEY Brick AIilton Cohen 

Gabriel M. Cohen Harey Grossman 

Leonard Lewis 

Pledges 

Sam Bloom Robert L. Kushner 

Irving Horowitz Eugene Meverson 

Sam Silverstein 



[two hundred sixty-nine] 



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ALSPAUCH BARNETT BAXTER BROWN BURNETT 




SHARP SOUTHERLAND WADE WHITE WORTMAN 



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[two hundred seventy] 




>4^YACKETY YACK 



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Theta Phi 



Founded i<)26 



Colors: Orange and Blue 



Floivcr: Sweet Pea 



Fratres in Facultate 



Parker H. Daggett, S.B. 
Ralph M. Trimble, C.E., M.S. 





Fratres in Universitate 




Class of 1929 


William A. Baxter 


Otto H. Reese 


Henry J. Hines, Jr. 


William B. Sharp 


■William N. Michal 


Baxter F. Wade 




Class of 19S0 


Kermit E. Alspaugh 


William H. Dry 


■William C. Burnett 


Jacob S. Kirk 




Class of 1931 


Ernest T. Gross, Jr. 


Jesse S. Newsom 


Charles P. Hayes, Jr. 


Franklin Little 


Charles A. Henslev, Jr. 


Robert C. Plummer 




F. H. J. Moore 




Pledges 


John H. Barrett 


E. M. Whittington, Jr. 


Albert C. Brown 


Robert T. Burnett 



John E. Lear, E.E. 

Thomas B. Smiley, B.S., M.S. 



William J. Wortman 
George H. Holmes 
Ernest R. Froneberger 



Leon L. Rhyke 
William B. White 



Frank E. Redus 
Raymond J. Ruble 
Richard M. Sawyer 



\\'lLLIAM O. SoUTHERLAND 

L a. Groome 



[two hundred seventy-one] 




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MCPHERSON 



THOMPSON 



[two hundred seventv-two] 



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Sigma Delta 



Colors: Brown and White 



Founded igj4 



Flowers: Cape Jasmine 



Fratres in Facultate 
James O. Bailey William T. Couch 

W. John Olive Murphy D. Ransom 

Henry N. DeWick 

Fratres in Universitate 



Class of 1929 
George W. Ehrhart Basil H. Marshall, Jr. 

T. P. Harrison Haywood Parker, Jr. 

John O. Marshall Charles B. Wood 

N. H. Henry W. Humber Wysong 



Class of 1930 
Harry J. Brainard James G. Poole 

Glenn P. Holder Lawrence P. Stack 

■William J. Horney Samuel Wiley 

John Mebane Samuel G. Winstead 

Garland McPherson 

Class of 1931 
Matthew G. Henry 

Law 

Eugene G. Thompson, Jr. 



Pledges 

Samuel H. Austin 
W. Eugene Connally 
J. Elwin Dungan 
James D. McNairy 

.'\LFREn Engstrom 



J. W. Smith 
George W^ Thomas, Jr. 
James L. Thomas 
Samuel B'I'rd Winstead 



[two hundred seventy-three] 



■^ 



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BLACKWOOD COBB COPPERSMITH 




[two hundred seventy-four] 






> RACKETY YACK 



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Sigma Epsilon 



Founded at the University of North Carolina, 1924 

Colors: Purple, Cerise, and Gray Flonvr: White Rose 

Publication: Sigma Epsilon Scroll 

Fratres in Facultate 

Malcolm G. Little, A.M. 
James W. Posey, A.M. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
Jacob E. Cobb 
Thomas G. Croom 

Class of 1930 

LiNwooD P. Harrell Elisha Coppersmith 

Donald O. Kitchen William H. Potter 

Carl W. Blackwood 

Class of 1931 
Jack W. S.mith William N. Lawrence 

Pledges 

James L. McDonald Luther B. Hester 

John Wallace 'William G. Pendleton 

B. George Barber, Jr. Frederick C. Krauss 

W. Ray Atkinson John C. Sales 



[two hundred seventy-five] 




>f«YACKETY YACK 



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VA 



ALTIZER 



BARBER 



CURRIE DORTCH 




EDGERTON 









LAWRENCE 




ROYALL STURGEN 



TAYLOR \A/ARDEN 



[two hundred seventy-six] 




>f-YACKETY YACK 



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Phi Chi 



Founded at Loitis-,'iI!e Medical School, iSgs 



Colors: Green and White 



Flower: Lily of the Valley 



Publication: Phi Chi Quarterly 

Sigma Theta Chapter of Phi Chi 

Established 1905 

Fratres in Facultate 

James B. Bullitt, M.D. William deB. MacNider, M.D. 

Weslev C. George, Ph.D. 

Frater in Urbe 
Calvert R. Toy, M.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Second Year Medical Class 

John A. Bender William G. Morgan 

Junius A. Giles Francis N. Mullen, Jr. 

E. Byron Glenn John O. Redding, Jr. 

Edward J\IcG. Hedgepeth .\ugustus S. Rose 

Edward E. Koonce Kilby P. Turrentine 
David .\. Young 

First Year Medical Class 
Roscoe B. G. Cowper John C. Quickel 

Glenn S. Edgerton Vance B. Rollins 

George W. Heimtish Clyde T. Smith 

Duncan R. McEachern Needham E. Ward, Jr. 

James A. Whitaker 



[two hundred seventy-nine] 



>f«YACKETY YACK 



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CASHWELL CL.ONINGER ^^■# 

BALL DOUGHTRIDGE 




[two hundred eighty] 




>4^YACKETY YACK 



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Theta Kappa Psi 



Founded at tin- Medical College of I'irginm, iS/Q 
Colors: Nile Green and Old Gold 

Publication: The Messenger 



Floiijer: Red Rose 



Upsilon Chapter 

Established 1915 

Fratres IX Universitate 



Class of 1929 

J. F. HOBBS G. C. DOUGHTRIDGE 

C. L. Ball, Jr. R. L. Cashwell 

K. L. Cloninger a. a. Kent. Jr. 

H. S. Powell 

Class of 1930 
T. H. ToMLiNsoN, Jr. T. G, Upchurch 

C. C. LrpTON Frank Wilson, Jr. 






[two hundred eighty-one] 



^^ 



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STRICKLAND WESTMORELAND WILKINSON 



[two hundred eighty-two] 



'>J«YACKETY YACK 



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Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Founded at Dartmouth Cnllccjc, iSSg 
Colors: Dartmouth Green and White 



f'ublication: Centaur 



Beta Iota Chapter 

Established 192S 

Fratres in FaCI'LTATE 

Eric AuiNzn Abernathv Geo. Linskord CAuniNcrnN 

Isaac Hall Manning 

Fratres in Universitate 



Class of 1939 
Gilbert Bruce Davis Reid Russeel Heffner 

Harry Lawrence Farrell Robert Francis Monroe 

Voice McDuffie Gardner Rov Harden Moore 

Roman Albert Harton John Peter Rhoads 

John Kermit Perkins 



Class of 1930 

George Calvin Allen James Nelson Dawson 

Lacy Allen Andrews, Jr. Samuel Eugene Pace 

Landis Gold Brown Louis Jefferson Ring 

Hubert Lee Clapp Arthur Thos. Strickland, Jr. 

David Melvin Cogdell Joseph Robert Westmoreland 

Fred M. Dula William Edgar Wilkinson 



[two hundred EIGHTV-niREE] 



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>f«YACKETY YACK 



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BROWN BROWNING 










EDWARDS 



GOODWIN 









LEWIS MATTHEWS REEVES UPCHURCH 




[two ih'ndred eighty-four] 



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Kappa Psi 



founded at the Medical Collcyc of ]'irghna, iS/g 

Colors: Scarlet and Gray Flov.vr: Red Carnation 

Publications : The Mask (Exoteric). The Agoa (Esoteric) 

Beta XI Chapter 

Established 1916 

Fratres in Facultate 

John G. Bearii Edward V. Howull 

Ralph W. Bost Marion L. Jacobs 

Edward V. Kyser 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
David Benjamin Browning James Beardsley Connell 

Wiley Cleveland Harrell 

Class of 1930 
David Wilkinson Bell, Jr. Cary Thurston Goodwin 

Robert Baugham Bolton Matt Ranson Lewis 

Bonnie Curlee Brown James Daniel Matthews 

James Sidney Eaves Leonard Erastus Reeves, Jr. 

Phillip Langston Thomas 

Class of 19S1 
Malcolm Thurston Upchurch Bernard Rudolph Ward 

Pledges 

Rance Edw.\rd Clark Angelo A. Edwards 

J. C. Coble Ben H. Kent 



[two hundred eighty-five] 



^ 



>f«YACKETY YACK 



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BARNWELL 



BOLEN BROOKES 




CHAMBLEE 






SISK 



WOODRUFF WHITLEY 



[two hundred eighty-six] 



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Phi Delta Chi 








Founded at Ann Arbor, MichiyJn. iSSs 






Colors. 


Old Gold and Dregs of Wine Florcc 
Publication: The Conimunicatur 

Alpha Gamma Chapter 

Established 1923 

Fratres in Facultate 

Honorary 

H. Smith Richardson 
Haywood M. Taylor 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1929 
W. R. Adams F. W. Davvault 
W. C. Barnwell J. T. Dillehay 
H. E. BoLEN J. F. KooNCE 
D. P. Chamblee J. P. Richardson 
T. A. Curtis H. E. Whitley 

Class of 1930 
\\. T, Huntley R. C. Sisk 
L. F. Parish C. Tweed 

Class of 1932 
C. M. Brooks H. M. Dellinmk 
C. D. Carpenter A. L. Harris 
R- P. Craig H. L. Woodruff 

C. L. Clodfelter 


r: Red Carnation 



[two hundred eighty-seven] 



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ABERNATHY ALEXANDER 




ERGLE 






MATTHEWS 





PARK 



POPLIN 



THOMAS WYCHE 



[two hundred eighty-eight] 



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Alpha Chi Sigma 



founded at the L'liivcrsitx of irisconsin, igo2 
Colors: Prussian Blue and Cronie Yellow 

I'liblicatioii: The Hexagon 



FUmicr: Red Carnation 



Rho Chapter 

Established I'JlJi 

Fratres in Facultate 
Francis P. Vexablk James T. Dobbins 

James M. Beli. Flovd H. Edmister 

Ralph W. Bost William M. :\Iebane 

F. K. Cameron Frank C. Vilbrandt 

Horace D. Crockfokd Alvin S. Wheeler 

Fratres in Universitate 

Graduates 
David Ramsey Ekgle William J. Mattox 

George C. Holkovd Robert D. Norton 

Harvey A. Ljung James G. Park 

S. M. Martin, Jr. Charles LaMar Thomas 

Class of 1929 

Roy F. Abernethy Robinson E. Matthews 

Haywood Parker, Jr. 

Class of 1930 
Raymond E. Bass Dan J. Br^wvley 

Jesse N. Parker, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

Ai.LEN L. .Alexander Robert L. Poplin 

Ralph H. Munch Henry C. Thomas 

Ernest H. Wyche 



[two hundred eighty-nine] 



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H.MERRITT R.MERRITT 



^ «! 



NEWSOM PATTERSON PLEASANTS 






SKINNER STATON STAUBER WADDILL WATKINS 



[two hundred ninety] 



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Alpha Kappa Psi 



Colors: Blue and Gold 



founded at Xeii' York University, igo4 

Publication: Alpha Kappa Psi Diary 



Alpha Tau Chapter 

Established 1925 



Fratres IX Facultate 
DuDLEv DeWitt Carroll Harry Albert Haring 

Claudius Temple Murchison Robert Allen McPheeters 

Erle Ewert Peacock Collier Bryson Sparger 



Fratres ix Uxiversitate 



Class of 1929 

Charles May Burns, Jr. Robert Andrew Love, Jr 

Thomas Chatterton Coxe Hugh Leonidas Merriit 

Simeon Roane Cross Elbert Elwin Stauber 

David Alden Giddings Luther Convin Steward, Jr. 

Alvin Luther Groce 



Class of 19.30 
Chas. Whitlock Banner. Jr. Robert Charles Merritt, Jr. 

iL\RioN Geddings Follin, Jr. John Craig Shelton 



Henry Sinclair 
Eugene Hines 
Crawford MacKethan 
Clifton Pleasants 
Ch.-^rles Skinner 
Van Staton 



Pledges 



E. L. W.^ddill 




George Newsom 
D. C. McCotter 
Joseph Co.x 

William Carlisle 
H. N. Patterson 

-A.LST0N W.XTKINS 



[two hundred ninety-one] 



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HIGDON 






MENDENHALL 




[two hundred ninety-two] 




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Delta Sigma Pi 



Founded al A'cw York L'lik'crsity, '9oy 
Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple 

Publication: The Delta Sig 

Alpha Lambda Chapter 

Established 1025 



I'toiver: Red Rose 



Fratres in Facultate 

G, T. SCHWENNING H. D. Wol.F 

M. C. Taylor e. W. Zimmerman 

Fratres in Urbe 
A. A. Perkins Thera E. Hinson 

Fratres in Universitate 

Law 

YoiNG Smith 



Class of 1929 
J. C. Abbott j. h. Long 

S. M. Carpenter \\'. R. Manev 



J. A. Doggett 
T. B. Edwards 
R. B. Holland 



A. L. Patterson 
P. T. Simpson 
D. M. WiLSEv 



W J Chandler 

G. L. CONLEY 

B. W. Harris 

VV. L. HiGDON 



G. H. Roach 



Class of 1930 

I. I. Aaron 
Class of 1931 



W. H. Prevost 
E. E. Mendenhall 
J. H. Skinner 
A, J. Satterfield 



A. A. Mount 



[two hundred ninety-three] 




^YACKETY YACK 



m 






CREW 

COKER CARLTON 






M<:CLEI.LANO 





Chi Omega 



Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1S95 
Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation 

Publication: Eleiisis 

Epsilon Beta Chapter 

Established 192S 

Patronesses 

Mrs. Gustave M. Brawn AIrs. Paul J. Weaver Miss Daisy Ross 

Mrs Robert E. Coker Mrs. A. W. Hobbs Mrs. R. A. McPheeters 

Mrs. S. H. Hobbs Mrs. Norman Foerster 



Margaret H. Carlton 
Marion White 



Class of 1929 

Emily McClelland 

Graduates 
Elsie Crew 

Pledge 

Euzabeth Murphy 



Lida Ramsay 
Katherine Maddry 



[two hundred ninety-four] 



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MARSHALL 



MITCHELL 




Sigma Upsilon 



Founded at I'andcrbilt, Georgia and North Carolina, /pod 
Colors: Old Gold and Green 

Publication: The Scarab 



Flower: Jonquil 



Archibald Hendersox 
JoHN M. Booker 
Howard M. Jones 
Norman Foerster 
Paul Green 
Addison Hibbard 
Frederick H. Koch 
George Howe 



Fratres in Facultate 

William S. Bernard 
George McF. jNIcKie 
Corydon p. Spruill, Jr. 
Harold D. Meyer 
Dougald McMillan 
Oscar J. Coffin 
William T. Colxh 
R. W. Madrv 



Albert Coates 
Herman G. Baity 
M. L. Radoff 
J. Osler Bailey 
Nathan W. Walker 
Raymond W. Adams 
J. Willis Posey 
John Olive 



Harry Russell 



Byron White 



Henry Brandis 
Hardee Chambliss, Jr. 
Mead Feild 
D. S. Gardner 
Glenn P. Holder 



Fratres ix Universitate 

T. P. Harrison 
John Marshall, scarab 
John Mebane 
David T. Milne 
Joseph Mitchell 



W. DeC. Perry 
James J. Slade, Jr. 
Dane M. Wilsey 
Charles B. Wood 
Mary Margaret Wray 



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Phi Beta Kappa 

I'oumh-d <it the College of ]]'iU'uim and Mary, iyy6 

Alpha Chapter of North Carolina 

■Walter Smith SrEARMAx President 

Halbert McNair Jones Vice-President 

Thomas James Wilson, Jr Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer 



John Orr Allison 

Eugene DuBose Blakeney, Jr. 

Malcolm Ray Bonner 

Henry Parker Brandis. Jr. 

Marcus Battle Braswell 

Isaac Brock 

Leon Clarence Cheek 

Theodore Joseph Collier 

.\drian Booker Couch 

John Watts Farthing 

Jefferson Barnes Fordham 

Alexander Henderson Galloway, Jr. 

Dillard Scott Gardner 

Charles Patterson Graham 

Rohert McDonald Gray, Jr. 



Student Members 
John Baugham Harrison 
George Clinton 'Holroyd 
Joseph Williams Holt. Jr. 
Robert Philip Howell 
Daniel Edward Hudgins, Jr 
Elwood Cortelyou Hunter 
Augustus Campbell Jennings 
Halbert McNair Jones 
John Baker LewHs 
Rufus Reid Little 
Charles Staple Maugum. Ji 
John Marshall 
Walter Boyd Massenburg 
James Eric Merritt 
David Tuttle Milne 



Samuel Eugene Pace 
Manning Mason Pattillo 
Edwin Mar\ in Perkins 
Arthur Raper 
Louis Jefferson Ring 
Charles Francis Rouse 
W illiam Burder Shuford 
Allen Kendrick Smith 
Thomas Carlisle Smith, Jr. 
W-alter Smith Spearman 
Herman Everett Spivey 
Rosalie Thrall 
James Harry Weatherly 
Chcrles Barnette Wood 
David Alexander Young 



Jessie S. Bernard 

Minnesota 
Eleanor Elliott Carroll 

Columbia 
Mary Louisa Cobb 

North Carolina 
Louis Graves 

North Carolina 
Barbara Henderson 

North Carolina 
Alma Holland 

North Carolina 



Members in the City 

Katherine Jocher 

Goucher 
Guion Griffis Johnson 

North Carolina 
Estelle Edith Lawson 

North Carolina 
Ramona Galloway Mackie 

North Carolina 
Ellen Melick Rollins 

North Carolina 



Luther James Phipps 

North Carolina 
Charles Edwin Ray, Jr. 

North Carolina 
Calvert Rogers Toy 

North Carolina 
Hazel Terry Trimble 

North Carolina 
Louise Manning Venable 

North Carolina 
James Edwin Webb 

North Carolina 



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N. B. Adams, Ph.D. 


A. C. Mcintosh, A.M., LL.D. 


r. T. Holmes. Ph.D. 




Washington and Lee 


Davidson 


Pennsylvania 




H. G. Baity, Sc.D. 


E. L. Mackie, Ph.D. 


J. W. Patton, A.M. 




North Carolina 


North Carolina 


Vanderbilt 




C. D. Beers, Ph.D. 


R. S. Matthews, A. B. 


W. W. Pierson, Jr., Ph D. 




North Carolina 


North Carolina 


Alabama 




L. J. Bell. Jr. A.B. 


R. E. Coker, Ph.D. 


R. R. Potter, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


North Carolina 


North Carolina 




L. L. Bernard, Ph.D. 


W. C. Coker, Ph.D. 


W. I'. Prouty, Ph.D. 




Missouri 


Johns Hopkins 


Johns Hopkins 




F. F. Br:;dshaw, M.\. 


H. W. Crane, Ph.D. 


W. C. Salley, A.B. 




North Carolina 


Michigan 


Alabama 




G. M. Braune, C.E. 


A. T. Cutler, A.iL 


T. Saville, C.E., M.S. 




Washington and Lee 


.\niherst 


Dartmouth 




K. J. l^rown, Ph.D. 


H. N. DeWick, A.AL 


W. B. Sellars, S.^L 




Dickinson 


Wesleyan 


North Carolina 




E. T. Browne, Ph.D. 


W. M. Day, Ph.D. 


T. B. Smiley, S.M. 




Virginia 


Virginia 


North Carolina 




R. C. Bullock, A.M. 


S. A. Emery, Ph.D. 


J. H. Swartz, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


Cornell 


Johns Hopkins 




W. E. Caldwell, Ph.D. 


F. R. Garfield, A.B. 


C. C. Taylor, Ph.D. 




Cornell 


Cornell 


South Carolina 




E. A. Cameron, .A.B. in Educ. 


Mrs. K. E. Gilbert, Ph.D. 


^L R. Trabue, Ph.D. 




North Carohna 


Brown 


Northwestern 




H. W. Chase, Ph.D., LL.D. 


F. P. Graham, M.A. 


M. W. Trawick, A.B. 




Dartmouth 


North Carolina 


Davidson 




R. B. House, A.M. 


F. M. Green, Ph.D. 


R. B. Vance, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


North Carolina 


North Carolina 




George Howe, Ph.D. 


M. H. Griffin, U.A. 


F. P. Venable, Ph.D. 




Princeton 


Georgia 


North Carolina 




A. C. Howell, Ph.D. 


E. R. Groves, A.B., B.D. 


F. C. Vilbrandt, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


Dartmouth 


Ohio State 




H. U. Jones, U.A. 


J. ^L Gwynn, A.M. 


P. W. Wager, Ph.D. 




Wisconsin 


North Carolina 


Hobart 




A. K. King, M.A. 


J. G. deD. Hamilton, Ph.D. 


H. M. Wagstaff, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


William and >Liry 


Johns Hopkins 




E. W. Knight, Ph.D. 


H. A. Haring, Jr., Ph.D. 


N. W. Walker, Ed.AL 




Duke 


Yale 


North Carolina 




J. W. Lasley, Jr., Ph.D. 


J. P. Harland, Ph.D. 


L. R. Wilson, Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


Princeton 


North Carolina 




J. B. Linker, Ph.D. 


G. A. Harrer, Ph.D. 


T. J. Wilson, Jr., Ph.D. 




North Carolina 


Princeton 


North Carolina 




J. C. Lyons, Ph.D. 


Clarence Heer, Ph.D. 


T. J. Wilson, HL D.Phil. 




William and Mary 


Rochester 


North Carolina 




G. R. MacCarthy, Ph.D. 


A. Henderson, Ph.D., LL.D., 


E. J. Woodhouse, B.A., LL.B 




North Carolina 


North Carolina [D.C.L. 


Randolph-Macon 



[two hundred ninety-seven] 



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Phi Zeta Nu 

Established 19 19 
Colors: Red and Green 

Fratres in Facultate 
Parkkr H. Daggett Elmer G. Hoefer 

George W. Smith 



Thomas B. Smilev 
Fratres in Universitate 



JuHN E. Lear 



Joseph W. Holt, Jr. 



William C. Burnett. 



Class of 1939 
■Walter B. Massenburg 
William B. Sharp 

Class of 1930 

F. B. KUYKENDALL, Jr. 

William B. White 



William N. Michal 



Francis R. Toms 



Graduates 
George M. Rose, Jr. Turner Griefin 



[two hundred ninety-eight] 



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Tau Beta Pi 

Founded at Lehigh I'liiveysitx, 1SS5 
Colors: Brown and White Piihlicatioii: The Bent 

Beta Chapter of North Carolina 

Thomas Pasteur Noe, Jr President 

Francis Lee Adams Vice-President 

Joseph Williams Holt Secretary 

Sti'dext Members 
Eugene DuBose Blakeney Robert Phillip Howell 

Robert Haile Hayes Walter Boyd Massenburg 

William Norwood Michal 

Faculty Members 
Herman Glenn Baity Thomas Bryan Smiley 

Thomas Felix Hickerson Gustave Maurice Braune 

Elmer George Hoefer George Wallace Smith 

Ralph McCoy Trimble 



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The Cabin 

Officers 

Fred Johnson . - President 

Val Hedopeth - - Secretary 

]?AROi\ Holmes .. Manager-Treasurer 



"John" Brandt 
"Jack" Brown 
"John" Brown 
"Billy" Cheatham 
"Red" Const^ntine 
"Alex" Daley 
"Joe" Eagles 
"Tubby" Evans 
"Harry" Ewbank 
"Ernest" Ewbank 
"Stu" Farleigh 
"Horse" Fuller 
"Chas" Gignilliat 
"Paul" Gilbert 
"Bob" Graham 
"Don" Graham 
"John" Grainger 
"Ed" Hedgpeth 
"Val" Hedgpeth 
"George" Heinitsh 



Members 

"Baron" Holmes 
"Henry" House 
"Buddy" Hubhard 
"Phil" Jackson 
"Fred" Johnson 
"Bert" Jones 
"Link" Kesler 
"John" London 
"Lonuy" London 
"Andy" Love 
"D. C." ?iIcCotter 
"Dick" McGowan 
"George" Morgan 
"Bill" Moye 
"Dave" Nims 
"Son" O'Neill 
"Mull-Head" Parker 
"Cooper" Person 
"George" Pennington 
"Shorty" Pierce 
"Charles" Redfern 



"Vance" Rollins 
"George" Rosemond 
"Charles" Sikes 
"Frank" Spruill 
"Van" Staton 
"Charlie" Shanuou 
"Bill" Sharpe 
"Bull" Smith 
"Carl" Venters 
"Red" Waddill 
"Dick" Walscr 
"Bill" Webb 
"Hoke" Webb 
"Mac" Webb 
"Kermit" Whearv 
"Dick" White 
"Chalmer" White 
"Albert" Williams 
"Dick" Winborne 
"Charles" Woodwr rd 



[three hundred] 




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Fleming Wily 
Eugene Wells 
Charles Carr . 



The Coop 



Officers 



President 

Secretary 

Manager _ 



"Frank" Adams 
"June" Adams 
"George" Bagby 
"Herb" Best 
"Davude" Blantoii 
"Henrv" Brandis 
"Hal" Buck 
"Ready" Buford 
"June" Carr 
"Bill" Caveness 
"Tiffany" Cheatham 
"Tom" Coxe 
"Sim" Cross 
"Sam" Cromartie 
"Louie" DeRosset 
"Clyde" Dunn 
"Chuck" Erickson 
"Alex" Ewing 
"Jim" Ferebee 



Members 

"Charlie" Ford 
"Charlie" Grah;;m 
"Mac" Gray 

"Slow-motion" Henderson 
"Tom" Henry 
■ Gene ' Hines 
"Francis" Houston 
"Ed" Hudgins 
"Beeky" Huger 
"Johnnie" Jemison 
"Rillv" Lindsay 
"Bill" Marshall 
"Jim" Marshall 
"Ham-head" Moye 
"Steve" Millender 
"Strud" Nash 
"Puss" Palmore 
"Aubrey" Parsley 
"Bill" Prescott 



"Charlie" Price 
"lack" Pringle 
"Huck" Purcell 
"Jim" Purcell 
"Chief" Ramsav 
"Pete" Ruffin 
' George" Sanders 
"Henry" Sr ttertield 
"Tyer" Sawyer 
"Bo" Shepard 
"Dusty" Skinner 
"Bull" Shuford 
"Francis" Toms 
"Doc" Vestal 
"Petty" Waddill 
"Tack" Ward 
"Bill" Wav 
"Ed" Wood 
"Will" Varborougli 



[three hundred one] 



MINOTAURS 

David Jenkins Craig, Jr M. W. H. 

Archie Turner Allen M. W. U. 

Julian Ivanhoe Palmore B. T. 

William Burder Shuford H. D. K. D. 

GORDON GRAY [^. , j GEORGE THOMPSON 

FRANCIS ROGERS TOMS f . ' ~ f \ GEORGE RACE 

WILLIAM EDWARD WEBB V^-^-"''^^— -T E. STRUDWICK NASH 

CHARLES MAURICE REDFERN K ' , , \ GEORGE BAGBY 

HENERY GRANT TILGHMAN T HERBERT BEST 

CHARLES GWYN CHATHAM V A / COOPER PERSON 

WILLIAM DUNN, III V / // ] CHARLES SKINNER 



HUTS 



CARR 

GRAY 

CROSS 

LASSITER 

ROUSE 

VANSTORY 



MARSHALL 

PETTUS 

LIPSCOMB 

COXE 

SATTERFIELD 

PRICE 



[three hundred two] 




Order of the Sheiks 

Fleming Wiley S. 

Charles L. Smith V. S. 

Dail Holderness , K. 



Bill Koenig 
George Saunders 
Loris deRosset 
Bill Winborne 
Nelson Howard 
Julian Fenner 
Charles Graham 
Vernon Cowper 
Alex Galloway 
Mac Gray 
Bryan Grimes 
Nelson Woodson 
Jack Brown 



June Adams 
Charles Waddell 
Edward Hudgins 
Fred Johnston 
Gavin Dortch 
Peter B. Ruffin 
Mac Webr 
Jack Lixdley 
Alex Yarborough 
Bill Yarborough 
George Moody 
Joe Eagles 
Mayne Albright 



[three hundred three] 



'I'llO.MAS A. V'/./.F.Lh, ,In. 

CoLC'LoiuH Dick 
A. 15ar<)N' Holmes 
Thomas (iresham 
CiiAiii.Es M. Burns, Jk. 
C. 1'etty Waddill 
Mauidx I'ollin. Ju. 
Herman ScIl^:LL 
Marshall Y. Feimster 
Homer I.. I-yon, Jr. 

WaL'I'EI! EriiENE McNuLTI 
I'UEUKRICK L. CaRR 

Edmund L. Waddill 
Thomas Craig 
Lindsay C. Plumly 
John C. Grainger 
.Iames S. Hudson 
Charles D. Calhoun 
Egbert L. Haywood 
Charles Woodward 
Henry House 
Willis Henderson 
Chauncey Royster 
Harry Shaner 
Emil N. Shakfner 




Beta Theta I'l 

Delta I'si 

Sigma Alpha Ei>s;lon 

Phi Delta Theta 

Sigma Chi 

Delta Tau Delta 

Beta Theta Pi 

Delta Psi 

Sigma Alpha I'.i'sii o 

Zeta Psi 

Chi I'm 

Sigma Nu 

Delta Tau Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Beta Theta Pi 

Delta Psi 

Sigma Alpha I't'silon 

Zeta Psi 

Chi Phi 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Kappa Alpha 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Chi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Delta Tau Delta 



[three hundred four] 



Robert Le« Graham 
Glenn Parran Holder 
Randolph G. Lurie 
John Marshall 
Robert Lee Mauney 
John H. Mebane 
David A. Nims 
John W. Norwood, Jr. 
Douglas Layton Potter 
James Jerry Slade 
Walter Smith Spearman 
Luther C. Stewart 
Charles B. Wood 
Robert Lylea Zealy 



Francis Foster Bradshaw 
Albert M. Coates 
William Terry Couch 
J. G. deRoulhac Hamilton 
Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
John Maryon Saunders 
William J. Adams, Jr. 
John Huske Anderson, Jr. 
Henry P. Brandis, Jr. 
Travis Taylor Brown 
James Winfield Crew 
Meade Feild 
Harry J. Galland 
John Frazier Glenn 



Faculty Members 

Francis Foster Brapshaw 
Albert Coates 
Frank Porter Graham 
J. Minos Gwynn 
Clarence A. Hjbbard 
Almonte C. Howell 
William MaryonSaxinders 
J. F. Steiner 

Students 
John O. Allison 
Attilo E. Bavacqua 
Nicholas Alexander BoGor.rBoi-E 
Arnold Bokden 
Travis Taylor Brown 
EnwARD Alexander Cameron 
James Anderson Doggett 
Herbert A. Estep 
Alfred Waddell Gholson 
Robert MacDonald Gray 
Herbert T. Gregory 
Glenn Parran Holder 




Kolbein L. Kjellesvig 
Pedro Kjellesvig 
John A. Lang 
Thomas A. Libbus 
Alfredo Nazareno 
Armando Mendez Perez 
Aubrey Alphonso Perkins 
John Baptist Pittana 
Douglas Layton Potter 
Graham Burgess Poyner 
Walter Smith Spearman 
Elbert Elwin Stauber 
Agnostio John Thomas 
James Harry Weatherlv 
James William Williams 
Robert Lyles Zealy 
Francis V. Zappa 



[three hundred six] 





Charucb 

Edsar RALrii R&NKiN 
Francis Fost^ Bradcbaw 

ROBERV BcRTOJr H«w 

Hbrman Glenn Baitt 
William Terry Covca 



EM BE 

ARRT WoObBCRK ChaU 

TV Mkmbebs 

Ernsst Lloto M acrib 
Albert Coatrs 
Job Bvrton Linkrr 
JxriCRMN Carmst BTin7« 
CoRTBOv Pkrrt Spwcjli 
Frederick Carlylr Srbpabb 

JOBEFH MaRYON SAtrNDOV 



Geasuate STimsairra 

JxFFEReoN Barnes Fordram Daniel Sbwarb Hviwun^ Jr. 

John Frazibr Glenn, Jr. Ebwarb Aunuxam CRinaeiH 

John Oaa Allison 

Active AiKooNAun 

B«BBRT McDonald Gray Hbnrt CuEnnnr Sattrr»iru» 

Walyvr Smith Spbarhaii Wouah Wortm M« 

CaARLca BovMW W«i— ti,, Jm. 



tE%t ®thtx of ^t (graft 



iaiKKes Winfietd Omwt Jr.. 

IKarion G. Foilia 

Jdttn H. Andersen, Jr 

Knlph C Greene 



OFHCERS 



..JEx. 

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FACULTY MEMBERS 



H«4r««« WHSaxns 



WaKam S. Bernard 



MEMBERS 



Meniry JofmstoR^ Jr. 
Janoes Allen ^\ni!lran» 
Jdbn FirazJer Glenn 
Edward McGowau Hedgpeth 
Harold T. Buck 
James Winfield Crew, Jr. 
Eugene Byron Glean 
George Dawson McDamel 
Worth W. Morris 
Robert McDonaJd Gray 
Walter D. Creech 
John H, Anderson 
Ndson F. Howard 
John W. Norwood, Jr. 



Curtis Price 
Aubrey A. Perkku 
Graham B. Foyno 
Waller Smith Spearman 
Edward Alexr.ndor Caznercn 
John Mlddleton Henderson 
Jcm» William WiOiaDU 
Charles Brov,^, Jr. 
Travis Taylor Es-own 
Ray Simpson Ferris 
Marion G. Foliin 
Ralph C Greene 
David And«:3on Nam 
Jam« J. Peorkar 



Robert Lyles Zealy 



Gorgon's Head 



Louis Graves 

Charles Thomas Woolen 

John Manning Booker 

William Morton Dey 

James Bell Bullitt 
Robert Diggs Wimberly Connor 
William deBerniehe McNider 
Clarence Addison Hibbard 
Claudius Temple Muhchison 
William Dougald MacMillan 
Keener Chapman Fraser 
Roland Prince McClamrock 
Nicholas Barney Adams 
Urban Tigner Holmes 
James Ruey Patrick 
Charles Tilford McCormick 
Andrew Campbell McIntosh 
Bryan Grimes 
Charles Thomas Lipscomb 
Junius Greene Adams, Jr. 



Charles David Blanton 

John David Bullock, Jr. 

John Huske Anderson 

Thomas Carlisle Smith, Jr. 

Edwin Everette Koonce 

P'rederick Burr Johnson 

Alexander Baron Holmes 

Daniel Edward Hudgins, Jr. 

William David Pope Sharpe, Jr. 

Edward McGowan Hedgepeth 

John Thomas Gresham 

Cary Petty Waddell 

William Edward Webb 

McLean Bacon Leath 

William Pace Fuller 

Archie Turner Allen 

Marshal Yount Feimster 
David Jenkins Craig 
Julian Ivanhoe Palmore 
Simeon Roane Cross 




GhoiiJ-ijnoiu-».iii:, yi 
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433 Ch*r\e» Edward Waddell, Jr. 
440 TbooMi* Cbattcrton Coze. 

434 Henry ClenMnt Satterfield 
437 Bowman Gray, Jr 

435 Charlc* Pattuon Graham 



>UliJb.C;i5 



170 Charica Staples Mangnm 
174 Archibald HendcrMMi 
180 Edward Vernon Howell 
193 Wniiam Stanley Bernard 
241 Gregoire deRooIhac HamOtM 

244 George Howe 

245 JoMph Hyde Pratt 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
260 James Finch Royster 
272 Patrick Henry Wbwton 
285 Harry Woodbvn Chase 
319 Wimam Watley Pierson 
328 Frandi Foster Bradshaw 
331 Thomas Felix Hickersoa 
343 Dudley Dewitt GwroO 
366 GosUre Matvice Branne 

368 Panl Jolm Weaver 

369 William Frederick Prooty 
373 Allea WDson Hobbs 
375 Robert Hasley Wcltncb 
385 Robert Edwin Cok« 
395 WaUer Dantd Allen 
399 Henry Jobnsoo. Jr. 

405 Charles Staples Mangvm, Jr. 
41 1 Eagcsie Byroa Glenn 



463 HenBM Ciena BMty 



417 George Coffin Taylor 
419 Rufus Reid Little 
422 Charles Francis Roose 

428 Alexander ColckMgfa Dick 

429 Thomas James WOson, HI 

432 WiHiam Alfred Vanstory 

433 Charles Edward WaddeO 

434 Henry Clement SatterficM 

435 Charles Paltisoa Graham 

436 Charles Albert Carr 

437 Bowman Gray, Jr. 

438 James Floomey MarshaD 

439 James Pcmose Harlaad 

440 Thomas Chatterton Cose 

442 Robert Barton Hi 

443 George Race 

444 Gordon Gra> 

445 George Waterhouse Saunders 

446 Wmiam Leak Marshall. Jr. 

447 Horatio Nelson Woodson 

448 Marion Geddiogs FolGa 

449 Francis Rogers Toms 

450 Sanrad Atwdl Pettus 

451 John Fleming way, Jr. 

452 Waiiam Beekman Hoger 






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[three hundred nine] 




[three HUNDREn TEn] 




[three hundred eleven] 




[three hundred twelve] 




■{1 Miss Grace White [} 



[three hundred thirteen] 




[three hundred fourteen] 




[three hundred fifteen] 




[three hundred sixteen] 



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[three hundred seventeen] 




[three hundred eighteen] 



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Executive Committee of the 
German Club 

Chakijp: Waddeli., Chairman 



Bowman Gray 
June Adams 
Bii.i.Y Marshall 
Baron Holmes 



jNIac Gray 
Nelson Woodson 
Vernon Cowper 
Robert Zeai,y 



[three hundred twenty] 





Bowman Gray, 
President 

Miss Elizabeth Joy 



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Vice-President 

Miss Marie Anderson 






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Billy Marshall, 
Secy.-Treas. 

Miss Lucy Bailey 



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[three hundred twenty-one] 




Fall Gekmak 



[three hundred twenty-two] 




ID-Winter German 



[three hundred twenty-three] 



Dave Craig, Leader 
Miss Anne Cannon 




Carlisle Smith 
Miss Wilfred Smith 



June Adams 

Miss Marie Anderson 




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GoRGON^s Head Ball 



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[three hundred twenty-four] 




GiMGHOUL Ball 



[three hundred twenty-five] 



Fred Carr, Leader 
Miss Marie Anderson 




Bill Move 
Miss loNE Move 



JuNiOB Prom 



[three hundred twenty-six] 



George Bagbv, 
Leader 

Miss Louisiana Wood 




Miss 

Rachael Lipscomb 



Sophomore Pkom 



[three hundred twenty-seven] 



Buck Carr, Leader 
Miss Eleanor Ewing 




Walter Spearman 
Miss Sally Cothran 



Senior Ball 



[three hundred twenty-eioht] 



JiMMV C'ONNKLL. 

LcadiT 

Miss 

Penelopk Alexandei! 




Red CJREENE 

Miss Doris McGraw 



Junior Ball 



[three hundred twenty-nine] 



Bill Carbink, Leader 

Miss 

Frances Wagstaff 




Henry House 

Miss Virginia Turner 



Sophomore Hop 



[three hundred thirty] 



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SAM PETTUS MILDRED CAVE HENRY SATTERFIELD CARLOTTASATTERnELO 






BRYAN GRIMES MARY MARSHALL FRED JOHNSTON VALERIA WILLIAMS 







ALEX GALLOWAY GRACE WHITE 



CHARLIE PRICE JOSEPHINE KLUTTZ 







PACE FULLER 



NANCY DAY NELSON HOWARD MIRIAM SAULS 



[three hundred thirty-one] 



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CALHOUN 




WINBORNE 



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NIMS 




OeROSSETT 





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[three hundred thirty-two] 



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Captain-elect Kay I'ae 



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Head Coach "Chuck" Collins 

Assistant Coach "Bill" Cerney 

Assistant Coach "Bob" Fetzer 

Trainer P. J. QuiNLAN 

Captain Harry Schwartz 

Manager Max Barker 




Head Coach Collins 



Manager Barker 



THE SCHEDULE 



Sept. 29 — Wake Forest . 

Oct. 6 — Maryland 19 

Oct. 1 3 — Harvard 20 

Oct. 20— V. P. I. 16 

Oct. 27 — Georgia Tech 20 

Nov. 3— N. C. State 6 

Nov. 10 — South Carolina 

Nov. 17 — Davidson 7 

Nov. 26 — Virginia 20 

Dec. 8 — Duke 7 

Total.. Opponents 115 



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North Carolina- 
North Carolina 
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North Carolina 
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A SMASHING triumph in the first 
game of the season and a triumph 
in the last game, not as decisive but 
none-the-less smashing, marked the 1928 
footljall campaign for Carolina. 

A four year old nemesis, Wake Forest 
College, was turned back, rather routed, 
in the opening game in Kenan Stadium. 
Every man on the squad participated in 
the 65-0 triumph of the Tar Heels. 

Following this game the Heels invaded 
^[aryland and Massachusetts on suc- 
cessive Saturdays. Against the "Old 
Liners" the Heels effectively used their 
passes to win 26-19. However, they met 
a tartar on Soldiers Field, for the 
Harvard eleven showed enough power in 
the first half to score 20 points. The 
end of the game found the Heels at- 
tempting to score and Harvard clinging 
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Two fast travelling outfits, one from 
V. P. T.. and the other from Georgia 
Tech, invaded Kenan Stadium in Oc- 
toher and both carried away victories. 
The "Pony" backfield from Blacksburg 
liked the turf of the Stadium and they 
galloped to a 16-14 win. A field goal 
scored early in the contest proved their 
mrrgin of victory. 

Carrying two All-American players 
on its roster and boasting the most 
powerful outfit in the country, Georgia 
Tech's "Golden Tornado" blew into the 
Stadium. Before the final whistle 
sounded, however, the tornado had sub- 
sided into a tiny zephyr and the 
Technien were clinging to their three 
touchdowns scored early in the game. 
Nash featured the contest with the most 
elusive open field running ever seen in 
the Stadium. Jackson scored the Caro- 
lina touchdowns following a march down 
the field. Tech won 20-7. 





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Battered and weary from four suc- 
cessive hard games the Heels met State 
College. A desperate passing attack 
late in the game saved the Heels, for 
Gray caught a long heave from Maus 
as the whistle sounded to give the Heels 
a 6-6 tie. 

Neither North Carolina nor 
southern neighbor. South Carolina, 
able to score on the mudsoaked 
October 10 and the game ended in a 
scoreless tie. 

Led by the great work of Ray Farris 
in the line and the work of Spaulding, 
Magner. Jackson, Wyrick. and Nash be- 
hind the line, the Heels crushed David- 
son in the second half of the game and 
won 30-7. The Cats led at the end of 
the first session 7-6, but the innumerable 
passes of the Heels sent them down. 

With the Thanksgiving game 10 days 
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Heels through strenuous workouts fol- 
lowing the Cat contest. President Cool- 
idge and Governors :\IcLean and Byrd 
were on hand when the game opened. 
Virginia, using its long passing game 
to an advantage, kept close to the Heels 
throughout, but a pass to Erickson late 
in the game brought Carolina a 24-20 
victory. Sloan led the Cavaliers, while 
-\Iagner, Nash and Koenig were out- 
standing for the Heels. 

\\'ith the state title in balance, Duke 
and Carolina met December 8. Duke 
scored early, but Magner and Erickson 
combined to drive over two touchdowns 
lor the Heels in the last half. Carolina's 
14-7 victory brought the State title back 
to the '•Hill" after an absence of two 
years. 

Coaches Collins and Cerney were 
signed for two years following the Duke 
contest. 



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BEGINNING inauspiciously, 
rising to great heights, and 
then crumbling before the attack 
of a worthy foe distinguishes the 
1929 basketball season from pre- 
vious ones. 

The dearth of men of varsity 
calibre handicapped the Tar Heel 
mentor from the outset, but 
persistent work overcame this 
obstacle. However, the lack of 
reserve material faced Coach Jim 
Ashmore throughout the remainder 
of the season. 

Opening against Butler, the Heels found 
rough going and lost •i3-20. The following 
night found the Phantoms again on the short 
end of a 43-30 score. For the third suc- 
cessive night Carolina lost, this time to 
Louisville University 27-19. 

However, on meeting Southern Confer- 
ence opposition, Carolina found its stride 
and toppled Kentucky 26-19. Continuing to 
meet Conference opposition and continuing 
to play better basketball Carolina whipped 
Tennessee 28-26 at Knoxville. 

Examination week 
interrupted further 
court activities until 
the Davidson contest, 
January 12th. The 
Heels won their first 
"Big Five" contest 
.■il-21. 

The joy of this vic- 
tory was short for the 
South Carolina Game- 
cocks caught the Heels 
off guard and whipped 





them 28-2.5 in a ragged contest 
in the Tin Can. Despite this 
setback Carolina was ready for 
Wake Forest. Led by "Puny" 
Harper, Carolina won this game 
in easy fashion, trimming the 
Deacons 42-19. 

Close upon the heels of this 
game was the State contest. Play- 
ing masterful basketball through- 
out the Phantoms dropped the 
Wolfpack 41-32. Goodwin, lead- 
ing scorer for the Conference was 
held in check by Harper and Marpet. 

The second venture of the Heels into 
foreign territory proved more successful than 
the first. Jumping off to a lead, Carolina 
barely whipped the Georgia Bulldogs 31-29. 
Captain Hackney and Henry Satterfield led 
the Carolina attack. 

Following this contest the Heels visited 
Atlanta for a game with the Atlanta Athletic 
Club. In this contest the Atlanta team com- 
pletely mastered the Heels, winning 34-18. 
Revenge was reaped at the expense of 
the Gamecocks, however, for in the second 
game between the two 
institutions, the Heels 
were victors, 45-33. 

Returning home for 
two games the Heels 
handled two visitors 
from Virginia rather 
badly, trimming the 
University's Cavaliers 
28-20 in a game de- 
void of features, and 
then turning back the 
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Duke, boasting one of the 
speediest teams in the South and 
carrying three threats in the 
persons of Croson, Councillor, 
and Werber, greeted Carolina in 
the Duke Gym with a rush. Play- 
ing great basketball throughout 
the Devils won 36-20. This set- 
back left Carolina with a narrow 
lead in the State title race. 

The third and last trip before 
the Conference tournament found 
Carolina invading Virginia, Mary- jji 

land, and New Jersey. Playing ' 

superior basketball the invaders 
defeated Virginia 40-25. Moving on to 
College Park Carolina next handed Mary- 
land a defeat in a close game 28-22. Ending 
the trip with a contest with Princeton the 
Heels lost out 20-19. 

Four "Big Five" contests remained for 
Carolina before ending the season with the 
tournament in Atlanta. Wake Forest showed 
little to worry Carolina and the Phantoms 
won 34-10. Playing State in Raleigh Caro- 
lina was barely able to nose out a 85-34 win. 
No more exciting game was ever played in 
the Tin Can than tlie second Duke-Carolina 
game. With the place 
filled with supporters 
of the two teams, Caro- 
lina grabbed an early 
lead. Playing its best 
game Carolina held 
this lead and when the 
final whistle cut short 
a desperate Duke 
rally Carolina had 
won 27-24. 

Davidson and V. M. 
I. proved easy for the 
Phantoms. Scoring 
almost at will the 





Heels ran away witli the Cats, 
45-7. Tlie Cadets proved more 
troublesome, but the Heels found 
little to concern them, winning 
32-19. 

Four days were devoted to 
preparation for the tournament 
beginning March 1st. Mississippi 
A. & M. were the Phantoms' first 
opponents. Playing bang up 
basketball the four times winners 
of the title began well against 

R tournament competition, winning 

43-18. At no time were the Heels 
headed in their quest of a fifth 

Conference title. 

But the hope aroused in the hearts of Tar 

Heel supporters had little chance to live for 

Duke apparently was seeking a title in their 

first venture into Conference competition. 

Disposing of Alabama after a tougli struggle 

the Devils were prepared for Carolina. 

Starting with a flash the Dukemen handed 

the Heels their worst defeat of the 1929 

season. Playing the greatest basketball of 

their career the eight men Coach Eddie 

Cameron used swamped the Heels 34-17. 

Until a great closing rally the Heels were 

hopelessly outclassed. 
But the seaison could 

not be called anything 

but a success. The 

Carolina coach faced 

a dismal season from 

tile outset ; he moulded 

a team that bordered 

on greatness. But 

while the team had the 

heart they lacked the 

ability to stop a team 

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So Carolina 1929 courtmen will go down 
as "Big Five" Champions of North Carolina. 
Nothing more. Holding a title, but a title 
somewhat beclouded by State College's Con- 
ference Championship and Duke's second 
honors, the Phantoms closed the 1929 court 
season. Captain Rufus Hackney, Henry 
Satterfield, "Red" Price, and George Cathey 
closed their court play in the Wliite uniforms 
of North Carolina. 

Returning next year will be three men, 
Harper, Marpet, and Brown, who were 
regulars during the past season. Added to 
these will be several men who should prove 
valuable to Coach Ashmore. Chief among 
these will be Farliegh and Neiman, for- 
wards, Dameron, center, and Craig, Smith, 
and Choate, guards. Several freshmen may 
be used to fill the vacancies caused by the 
graduation of Satterfield and Hackney. 



Freshman Basketball 

Led by the redoubtable Johnnie Green, 
Chicago boy, the 1929 freshman team 
rounded out a successful season by winning 
second place in the state freshman title race. 
Meeting and defeating several of the leading 
freshman teams from Virginia, and winning 
from every yearling outfit in the "Big Five" 
circle in North Carolina the Tar Babies 
proved to be one of the best freshman teams 
in the state. 

State's woof lets copped the title by 
winning all but one game, dropping that to 
the Tar Babies. The Carolina yearlings won 
from State once, Duke once, and Wake 
Forest twice to take second place in the 
championship race. Duke dropped three 
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TRACK 1929 

Coach "Bob" Fetzer 

Assistant Coach Dale Ransom 

Trainer P- J- Quinlan 

Captain . John Henderson 

Manager Bowman Gray 

THE SCHEDULE 
April 6— V. P. I. at Chapel Hill. April 20— Georgia Tech at Atlanta. 

April 11 — Virginia at Chapel Hill. April 24 — Duke at Durham. 

April 15— W. & L. at Chapel Hill. April 27— N. C. State at Chapel Hill. 

April 1.5 — Tech Relays at Atlanta. May 2-3 — State Meet at Greensboro. 

May 17-18 — Southern Conference Meet at Birmingham. 




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HENDERSON 
2 Mile 

FOR the seventh successive season the 
Blue and White of the University of 
North Carolina reigned supreme on the 
tracks of the state. But it was not the 
seventh successive state title that marked the 
1928 track season as different from that of 
preceding years, but it was the fact that for 
the first time in the history of track at the 
University, a Carolina track team sought 
national recognition and attained it. 

Beginning with several outstanding men 
from tlie 1927 State championship outfit. 
Coaches Fetzer and Ransom soon had a well 
rounded outfit representing Carolina on the 
cinders. The Heels' greatest strength lay 
in the distance events, for such stars as 
Captain Pritchett and Galen Elliott of the 
1927 team were hack in uniform. Added to 
these two men were Barkley, Fisher, Hen- 




derson, Evans, Nims, and Harrison. .John 
Pearson, hurdler, and Harper, discus man, 
remained from the preceding year's outfit. 
There were others who were to prove valu- 
able to the team before the end of the season. 
Opening against the strong Duke team, 
the Heels demonstrated their superiority 
over the next most powerful cinder outfit in 
the state by trimming the Devils 80-46. 
Although Duke remained on the heels of 
Carolina during the early part of the meet, 
the Champions soon outdistanced them and 
liad the meet safe. The feature event of the 
affair was the two-mile run. Tuttle, Duke 
star, was doped to give the Carolina Captain 
a good race in the event, and it appeared 
that he would give Pritchett his first defeat 
against North Carolina competition. How- 
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Henderson began a sprint tliat earricd him 
well ahead of the veterans. His time of 
0:38 1/5 established a new unoffieial South- 
ern Conference record. 

Two meets were set against \'irginia com- 
petition the following week. W. & L. proved 
easy for the Heels, Carolina winning 7.5 5/(5 
to 47 1/6. But in winning this meet the 
team suffered the loss of Henderson, for the 
oncoming star fractured his leg during the 
race. 

Meeting Virginia and V. P. I. next Caro- 
lina was less fortunate, taking second place 
to Virginia. The superiority of the Heels 
in the distance evcnt.s accounted for many 
of Carolina's points. 

Listed as the "big home meet," the Geor- 
gia Teach affair pi-oved to be so. Ed. Hamm, 



Olympic and World's champion broad- 
jumper, and Koontz, Conference quarter 
mile champion, were members of the power- 
ful Tech team. The two teams battled on 
even terms until the final two events — the 
high jump and javelin. With Johnny 
Pearson doing great work in the high jump 
and all three Carolina hurlers coming 
t!i rough in the javelin Carolina won the meet 
72 1/2 to 53 1/2. Dave Nims' conquest of 
Koontz in the 410-yard dash featured. 

Several relay teams were entered in the 
Tech Relays by Carolina. Superior West- 
ern quartets proved their worth bv defeating 
the Heels. 

Undaunted by their failure in the Tech 
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4-Mile relay. Here it was that the Heels 
demonstrated that they deserved national 
recognition, for those four men ran away 
with the four-mile event despite the mud- 
soaked track. 

Entering the State Meet in Greensboro 
heavy favorites, Carolina almost found a 
tartar in Duke. Again the superiority in the 
distance runs shoved the Heels across. 
Elliott and Evans established new records in 
the mile and half mile, respectively. The 
latter race proved to be the feature of the 
meet. Taking the lead early in the race 
Evans led the entire way, and despite the 
desperate rallv of Woodward of Duke, 
crossed the finish line in 1 :59 2/5. 

In the splurge of record breaking at 
Birmingham, Carolina had its part. Captain 
Pritchett established a new record in the 
two-mile run by copping the event in 9 




minutes 17 3/5 seconds. Elliott repeated 
for the third time in the mile run while 
Fisher placed third in the event. Pearson 
took second in the high hurdles, while 
Harper placed second in the discus throw. 
Cowper scored with a third in the pole vault. 

With this meet Carolina ended its 1928 
season. Letters were awarded Captain 
Pritchett, Elliott, Henderson, Barkley, Har- 
rison, Fisher, Nims, Stafford, Evans, Forte, 
Johnston, Cowper, Adkins, Harper, Pearson, 
'and Smith. 

Of the above tiie following are again 
representing Carolina on the track: Captain 
Henderson, Nims, Harrison, Barkley, Fisher, 
Adkins, Harper, Cowper, Stafford, and 
Smith. Cox, Perry, and Dry should prove 
valuable this year, while Gay, Neiman, 
Baucom, and Bagby from the 1928 fresh- 
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Manager Bullock 



BASEBALL 1929 



Coach 

Captain .. 
Manager 



-. Jim Ashmore 

"Nap" Lufty 

."Red" Bullock 



THE SCHEDULE 

Mar. 25 — Springfield at Chapel Hill. 

Mar. 26 — Springfield at Chapel Hill. 

Mar. 28 — Univ. Pennsylvania at Chapel Hill. 

Mar. 29 — Univ. Pennsylvania at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 1 — Davidson at Salisbury. 

Apr. 2— Penn State at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 3— Cornell at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 4— W. & L. at Chapel HUI. 

Apr. 9 — Maryland at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 12 — Maryland at College Park. 

Apr. 13 — Virginia at Charlottesville. 

Apr. 1.5 — W. & L. at Lexington. 

Apr. 16 — V. M. L at Lexington. 

Apr. 17 — V. P. I. at Blacksburg. 

Apr. 20— V. M. L at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 22— N. C. State at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 26— V. P. I. at Chapel Hill. 

Apr. 27 — Duke at Durham. 

May 7 — Wake Forest at Wake Forest. 

May 10 — Virginia at Chapel Hill. 

May 11 — Virginia at Greensboro. 

May 17 — Duke at Chapel Hill. 

May 20 — N. C. State at Raleigh. 

May 22 — Wake Forest at Chapel Hill. 



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The 1928 Season 



ALTHOUGH Coach Jim Ashmore had 
tutored the Tar Heels to a state cliam- 
pionship in 1927, little hope was held out 
for a title in 1928, although several veterans 
remained from the championship nine. 

Opening early against Elon College, Caro- 
lina found the going easy and batted out a 
11-2 verdict against the Christians. 

Following this contest the Carolina nine 
began their Tri-State League schedule 
against Maryland. Although pounding the 
ball all over the lot to win 15-3 in the first 
game, they couldn't locate the ball as well 
the day following and barely managed to eke 
out a 3-2 win. 



Pennsylvania University took a close one 
from tlie Carolina nine 5-3, but with the 
entire team functioning almost perfectly 
Carolina captured the second contest 7-6. 

Although finding little trouble hitting the 
ball the Heels experienced more trouble 
liandling it. Washington and Lee took the 
third Tri-State game from the Heels on 
Kmerson Field 6-4. 

The annual Easter Monday Classic found 
the Heels facing Davidson College in Salis- 
bury. A 3-0 verdict was rendered in favor 
of the Tar Heels. "Lefty" Ball did the 
hurling for Carolina. 

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havoc with the schedule, cutting it in lialf. 
W. & L. again set the Heels back, this time 
to the tune of 1-0. 

The first of the annual three-game series 
with Virginia followed. Combining Tar 
Heel hits with Cavalier errors, Carolina won 
6-4. Until the fifth inning the Cavaliers had 
been helpless before the offerings of Fulcher, 
but at that time they got next to him for 
three runs. Ellison relieved him then and 
held the Cavaliers scoreless the remainder of 
the contest. Mackie led Carolina with two 
hits. 

Maryland and Carolina engaged in a free 
hitting contest at College Park witli Carolina 
getting the better of the argument, 12-9. 



Stopping over a day Carolina shut the V. 
iM. I. Cadets out, winning 7-0. 

The second "Big Five" game for Carolina 
found Wake Forest as the opponents. Con- 
tinuing their heavy hitting the Heels won 
4-1. 

V. M. I. invaded Emerson Field for a 
game and carried away the sliort end of a 
7-5 score. 

State with its heavy hitting nine trimmed 
the Heels in their third "Big Five" contest. 
Following this contest the Heels entertained 
Georgia on Emerson Field. The Georgians 
grabbed everything Carolina offered and 
carried the big end on a 12-1 score when the 
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They were less successful the following 
afternoon for Carolina played great ball to 
win 6-5. 

Duke continued its great ball playing and 
manhandled the Heels roughl3' in the first 
encounter between the institutions, winning 
13-1. 

The second game of the Carolina- Virginia 
series found Captain Stephens of the Cava- 
liers holding Carolina well in hand. Carolina 
secured only three hits off the offerings of 
the Virginia leader. Cardwell and Byrd 
led the visitors with two hits each. 

Closing the series in Greensboro the fol- 
lowing afternoon Carolina took the rubber 
game and the series 8-4. Captain Joe 



Westmoreland pitdied great ball to win. 
.lumping into an early lead the Heels led 
throughout, but tlieir big inning was the 
seventh when .3 runs were shoved across the 
plate. Jackson featured the defensive play 
of Carolina, while Lufty, Coxe and Earn- 
hardt led at the bat. 

Wake forest was turned back 5-3 ; but 
State won ■i-2 to end the season. 

Prospects are bright for a successful 
season this spring despite the lack of hurlers. 
A heavy hitting and sure fielding team is 
sure to take the field for the Heels. Nap 
Lufty, leading hitter from the 1928 outfit, 
is captain of the 1929 nine. Other lettermen 
in togs are Satterfield, Coxe, Earnhardt, 
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Boxing 




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Cross Country 



Coach 

Captain 

The Season 

FOR the third successive year Carolina 
won the Southern Conference title in 
Cross Country. The runners of Coach Dale 
Ransom, while failing to win first or second 
place, finished in a group well ahead of any 
other team. 

Duke, however, captured tlie state race 



Dale Ransom 

John Henderson 



and for the first time in the history of Caro- 
lina Cross Country defeated a Carolina 
Cross Country team in a dual meet. 

Monograms were awarded as follows: 
Captain John Henderson; Baucom, Fisher, 
Barkley. Cox. Brown, Lowry, Medford, 
Wvenn. and Cohen. 




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Boxing 



Coach P. J. QuiNLAN 

Assistant Coach „ Ed Butler 



Captain . 
Manager.. 



-Charlie Brown 
Charles Grimes 



The Season 

Jan. 19 — South Carolina 3; North Carolina 4 

Jan. 26 — V. P. I. 2; North Carolina 5 

Feb. 2 — V. M. I. _.__._ 1 ; North Carolina 6 

Feb. 4 — Florida 2; North Carolina 5 

Feb. 9 — Virginia 1 ; North Carolina 6 

Feb. 16 — W. & L. 0; North Carolina 7 

Feb. 19 — Duke 2; North Carolina 5 

Mar. 1-2— S. I. C. TOURNAMENT 

North Carolina -151/2 V. P. I. 5I/2 

Florida 131/2 South Carolina 5 

Tulane 9 Duke 5 




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1929 Wrestling Team 

Wrestling 

Coach P. J. QUINLAN 

Assistant Coach _- "Mot" Motsinger 

Captain Gene Thompson 

Manager - Herman Schnell 

The Season 

Jan. 26 — W. & L. 6; North Carolina 20 

Peb. 2 — V. P. I. 8; North Carolina 22 

Feb. 9 — Virginia ^ - 11; North Carolina 21 

Feb. 12 — Davidson 3; North Carolina „.. 25 

Feb. 26 — Duke -^ 18; North Carolina ; 6 

Mar. 2 — V. M. I. - 19; North Carolina . 9 





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Coach J. F. Kenfield 

Captain Bill Scott 

Manager John Nohwood 



THE SCHEDULE 

April 5 — Fort Bragg at Fort Bragg. 

April 6 — South Carolina at Columbia. 

April 8 — Wake Forest at Chapel Hill. 

April 11 — Charlotte Country Club at Charlotte. 

April 12 — Biltmore Country Club at Biltmore. 

April 13 — Greenville Country Club at Greenville, S. C. 

April 17-18-19-20 State Tournament at Chapel Hill. 

April 22— Hampden Sydney at Chapel Hill. 

April 26 — Georgetown at Georgetown. 

April 27 — Catholic University at Washington. 

April 29 — Maryland at College Park. 

April 30 — Princeton at Princeton. 

May I — Rutgers at Rutgers. 

May 2 — N. Y. U. at New York City. 

May i — Georgia Teeh at Chapel Hill. 

May 11 — Greensboro Country Club at Greensboro. 

May 15— Duke at Chapel Hill. 

May 17 — Wake Forest at Wake Forest. 

May 20 — Duke at Durham. 



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1928 Golf Team — State Champions 



Bev. Mason 

June Adams 



Manager June Adams 



THE SCHEDULE 

May 1 — Sewanee at Asheville. 

Ma\' 2-3 — Southern Conference Tournament at 

April 13 — State Tournament at Greensboro. y\^y jq w ^ ^ at Lexington 

April 20— Georgia Tech at Greensboro. May 1 1 -^'iri;inia at Charlottesville. 



,\pril 6— Duke at Hope Valley. 
April 12 — Davidson at Greensboro. 




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Freshman Football 



Coach Lester Belding Captain John Branch 

Back-field Coach.^ Rex Enright Manager Bowman Gray 

The Season 

Oct. 5 — Duke Frosh 0; Carolina 6 

Oct. 13 — Princeton Frosh 0; Carolina 7 

Nov. 17 — Maryland Frosh 14; Carolina 21 

Nov. 24 — Virginia Frosh 6; Carolina . 20 

Nov. 28 — State Frosh ^ 7; Carolina 21 

Total Opponents - . 27; Carolina 75 





COACH BELDING 



COACH ENRIGHT 



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ADKIXS, F. A. 
ABBOTT, P. B. 
ALLEN, A. T. 
BALL, J. W. 
BAUCOM, C. R. 
BLACKWOOD, C. G. 
BARXIIARDT, J. W. 
BARKLEY, M, 
BUTLER. J. E. 
BROWX. CHAS. 
BROWX, H. X. 
BURT, E. R. 
CATIIEY, G. E. 
COLEV, C. G. 
COX, H. E. 
COXE. T. C. 
COWPER, G. V. 
COHEX, G. M. 
DOXAIIOE, JL E. 
ESKEW, W. E. 
ERICKSOX, C. P. 
FARRIS, R. S. 
FEXXER, J. B. 
GOARD, E. G. 
FORDHAM, J. B. 
FULCTIER, E. L. 




President 
Secretary.^ 



J. E. BUTLER 

X. F. HOWARD 




FISHER, J. V. 




FREEJIAX, R, 


A. 


GRESHAM, J. 


T. 


GRAY. R. JL 




GLEXX. J. F. 




HOUSE, H. C. 




HOLT. D. S. 




HARDEX, J. T 


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HOWARD, NELSON | 


HARRISOX, J 


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HACKNEY, R. 


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HUDSOX. J. S. 
HUDGIXS, D. E. 
JACKSOX, P. H. 
JESSUP, ROBT. 
KOEXIG, W. S. 
LASSITER, J. H. 

lipscombe. c. t. 
littlp:. R. R. 
LUFTY. X. B. 
LOWERY, W. G. 
JIAUS. J. R. 
>L\GXER, J. E. 
MOORE. D. L. 
McDAXIEL. G. D. 
.MORRIS, W. W. 
MERRITT. W. E. 
MEDFORD, W. C. 
XASH. E. S. 
NLMS. D. A. 
XORWOOD. J. W. 
PRESSOX. S. L. 
PERKIXS. A. A. 
PRICE, J. C. 
SATTERFIELD, H. C. 
SCHWARTZ. H. L. 
SAPP, C. O. 
STAFFORD. J. S. 
SMITH. J. K. 
SHULER, J. E. 
SCOTT, W. T. 
THOMPSOX, E. G. 
WARD. J. K. 
WADDELL, C. E. 
WHISXANT, A. M. 
WESTMORELAXD. J. B 
WREXX, C. 
WYRICK, C. L. 
YOUXG, T. B. 



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Intramural Champions 

1928 

Baseball Kappa Sigma Fraternity 

Tag Football Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 





Luther Byrd, Director 



Wallace Sheltox, Director 



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Indoor Track "F" Dormitory 



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party M^liere tne mam idea is to be 

joyous and carelree. 

CAMEL5 



© 1929, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco 
Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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Progressive Amusement 
for 
Progressive People 

0)U' of the Pul)lid'-S(tcii(/('r Theaters 



VARSITY CLOTHES 

for the 

COLLEGE MAN 

Hand Tailored and 
Sold Exclnsively by 




"Na tU) n aUfi Known- 
Justin Famous" 

Khitz Buildins: 



Diamonds Pkaki.s 

Precious Stones 
Watches, Clocks. Sievekwake 



Our S6th Year 



(§chiffman s 

Established 1893 
Leading Jewelf-rs Greensboro 



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The 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Extends to the Yackety-Yack Staff 
AND the Students of the University 

FRIENDLY GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR A YEAR BOOK 

COMMENSURATE WITH THE DIGNITY OF THE UNIVERSITY 

AND THE BEAUTY OF ITS CaMPUS 




EDWARDS & BROUGHTON 
COMPANY 



Complete Anmial Service 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



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WOOTTEN 

AND 

MOULTON 

T^hotographers 



PORTRAIT 
HOME PORTRAIT 
COLLEGE ANNUALS 

COMM E RCIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 



FORT BRAGG, N. C. 
NEW BERN, N. C. 
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 



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UNIVERSITY CONSOLIDATED PLANTS 










P^i.EC'TKic AXD Water Divisiox 










Phone aiul Bail or Night 



Clothes In Typical 
College Manner! 

Styles and qualities that 
will appeal to the college 
man are featiu'ed in the 
Vanstory store. 
More than forty years of 
honest merchandising has 
made this Greensboro in- 
stitution "The Carolinas" 
Greatest Store for JNIen 
and Boys." 

Jefferson Standard Budding 



Patterson Bros. 

GREETINGS 
TO 

THE 

CLASS OF 

1929 

Patterson Bros. 



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The 

WASHINGTON DUKE 

HOTEL 

THE gathering place for you and your 
friends. An establishment that is ever 
alert to extend a warm welcome to everyone. 
Make this your headquarters. Three hundred 
modern rooms and bath. Tariff beginning 
at Two Fifty. Excellent Dining Room and 
Coffee Shop. 

Courtesy — Service — Good Food 
H. F. Johnson, Manager 

DURHAM, N. C. 



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The Electric Button— 

STEPPING through countless generations, the mythical force 
which performs magical wonders for the hero of the 
Arabian Knights is found in the wall switch of every modern 
home, industrial establishment and business enterprise. 

This power today moves mountains v/ith the ease that it w^hips 
an egg. There is hardly a task left that cannot be fulfilled com- 
pletely, more quickly and at a less cost by the use of electric 
power. 

From the energy controlled by the switch on your wall you can 
light your home, cook your meals, refrigerate your food, sweep 
your rugs, w^ash and iron your clothes, pump your water and put 
a permanent wave in your hair. 

And this power, coming to you over copper wires reflects the 
untiring energy that is maintained that you may have service. 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY 



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Forget Something? 






Your class ring? A book you will need? Some Spaulding 






Athletic Equipment ? 






We serve you as an undergraduate and as an alumnus. 






Anything you need in school, in business, and in play. 






Send for it! 






THE BOOK EXCHANGE 






Two Convenient Ijocafions 






Down Street In Center of Campus 






A Department of U. C. S. P. 






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WAVERLY ICE CREAM 

"Made its tcai/ hi/ the xcaij it's made" 




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STROWD MOTOR CO. 






KUBANKS DRUG CO. 




Ford Products 

Since 191 -l 






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We Appreciate 
Your Patronage 






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— The Advertisers believe in Carolina. 



— Show them we believe in them, too. 



Patronize Our Advertisers 



Charles Bruning 
President 



Cable Address 

"Nybluprint" 

Codes 

\. B. C. 5th Edition 

Liebers Bentleys 



Charles Bruning Co., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS 

Arcliitccts and Kngiuccrs 

Supplies, Inst niiu cut K 

and Equipment 

Sensitized Papers 

HOME OFFICE 

96-102 Reade St. 
NEW YORK 



New York 

Chicago 
Los Angeles 



Newark 

Boston 
Detroit 
Pittsburg 



Standard Groceries at Lower 
Prices 




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Meet Me at 

SUTTON'S 
DRUG STORE 

"The Student Drug Store" 



PRITCHARD 
PATTERSON, INC. 

University Outfitters 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



KODAKS, VICTROLAS, 

RADIOS, ATHLETIC 

GOODS 

And Everything Found in 

an Up -to -Date 

Stationery Store 

University Book 
& Stationery Co. 

J. LixwooD Sutton, Prop. 
Sutton Bldg. 



CHEROKEE BRICK 
COMPANY 

Maniifacfiircrs and Distributors 

Annual Capacity Over 
20,000,000 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Since 1885 

Tliis Company has been serving 
a vast clientele in North Carolina, 
and this ripe experience, coupled 
with a complete modern equipment, 
is at your command. 
Correspondence Invited 

The Seenian Printery 

INCORPORATED 

Durham, N. C. 



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HOTEL SIR WALTER 

RALEKilL N. C. 




North Carolina's lAircjcst and 

Best Hotel ' 

3.50 Rooms 350 Baths 

Excellent Dining Room 



s ?^r O K E 

HAV ATAMPA 
CIGARS 

THE LARGEST SELLER 
ON THE HILL 

On Sale at All Stores 

I. L. Sears Tobacco Co. 

Distributors 

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The Greenshoro 
Daily News 

One of tlic outstanding newspapers of 
the Soutli, J5ublished in a progressive 
state, for a progressive people. 

There is more of interest in the daily 
newspapers today than ever before in the 
history of journalism. 

This newspaper presents the news, all 
of it, in an attractive way; a newspaper 
complete, easy to read, thoroughly en- 
joyed and appreciated by over thirty-five 
thousand paid subscribers embracing all 
classes, and the total is constantly in- 
creasing. 

Circulation Dept. 

Greensboro Daily News 

(ireensboro, N. C. 




Dignity - Beauty 

Quality 

For the Home 

MORRISON NEESE 

FURXITURE CO. 



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engraving 

Co. 

Charlotte. N.C. 

JDe Signers 
Sngravers 

1929 

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THE TRUE ATMOSPHERE 
OF SCHOOL AND COLLEGE 



K endeuA'or, in producing school annuals, 

to render a helpful and constriictive service 

directed toward enabling a student statf to get 

out a representative, distinctive ])0()k icitJiin 

their budget. 

In connection with our new and modern printing 
jjlant we maintain a large Art and Service Depart- 
ment where page borders, cover designs, division 
pages, and complete decorative and illustrative motifs 
are created and worked out. 

Ohe 
duEEN City Printing Company 

Where 'Better T^nnting Qosts £ess 

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We Wajit to Say — 

THANKS 

Oar hope is that those who have 
earned their sheepskins and are 
about to enter that unlimited 
number in the 

Freshman Class of 

Professional and Business 

Life 

will add to their memory of "Caro- 
lina" and the "Hill" just a thought 
of a service this department has 
tried to give. 

Good Luck to those that depart — 
we Wei CO 711 c those that return and 
to those that are to COINIE we 
assure a Laundry Service that 
Satisfies. High Quality of Work 
as well as the lowest possible price 
consistent with good work, is our 
motto. 

For a "Clean Game" always 

Laundry Department 

University/ Consolidated Service 
Plants 



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First Things 
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There's a 

PILOT LIFE 

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At the 
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