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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 





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Social Orders 
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Vanity Fair 


Activities 






Athletics 


Kaleidoscope 




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Travis Tavlou Brown, 
Editor-in-Chief . 

B. MpoRE Parker, 
Business Manager. 

Harry Joseph Galland, 
Associate Editor. 

Robert Lee Graham, 
Associate Editor. 

Robert Mayne Albright, 
Assistant Editor. 

William Clyde Dunn, 
Assistant Editor. 

Claude Herman Farrell, 
.Assistant Business Manager. 






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THROUGH the years, books inform 
and entertain us. Some, the records 
of experiences and adventures, serve as 
reminders. Such a book, we, the editors of 
the Yackety-Yack of 1930, present to you. 

It is but a link in a long and honorable 
chain, composed of the yearbooks of the 
past. To forge this latest link as strong 
as its predecessors has not been an easy 
task. Its strength, judged by the success 
with which it recalls the college years, we 
leave to you. 

In keeping with the Renaissance of the 
South in the literary world, the tlieme of 
the Annual has been centered around the 
new Library of the University. As litera- 
ture records the experiences and adven- 
tures of life, so we hope this volume will 
record successfully for you the experiences 
and adventures of your years at Carolina. 



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Philip Henry Atkinson, '27 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

1904-1929 

Paul S. Foster, '28 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

1904.-1929 

Harvey L. Hall, '29 

QOLDSBORO, N. C. 

1906-1929 

Seaton Gales Lindsay, Jr., '30 

DURHAM, N. C. 

1909-1929 

Henry B. JMcNair, Jr., '27 

TARBORO, N. C. 

1904-1929 

Wallace A. Smith, '27 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
1905-1929 




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Cardinal Neavman 

The University educates the intellect to 
reason icell in all matters, to reach out toward 
the truth and to grasp it. 

— Idea of a University. 




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Jf'ho taught the parrot its good morrow? 
— Essays. 




Harry Woodburn Chase, Ph.D., LL.D. 

I liope tliat this book will serve for many a year to arouse pleasant memories of 
the life at Carolina. The years here are so bound up with hopes and aspirations, 
joys and ambitions, that they will always stand out as among the happiest in your 
lives. This book is a visible symbol of these years, and as such it will play its part 
in many a happy hour of recollection. To all of you who are included within its 
pages, and especially to those of you who are graduating from the University this 
year, I wish good fortune and happiness from your alma mater. 

H. W. Chase, President. 



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ADDISON 
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Demi of the 

College of 

Liberal Arts. 




JAMES 
MUNSIE 
BELL, Ph.D. 



Acting-Dean 
of the School of 
Applied Science. 



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GUSTAVE 
MAURICE 
BRAUNE, C.E. 



Dean of the 

School of 
Engineering. 




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DUDLEY 
DeWITT 
CARROLL, M.A. 



Dean of the 
School of 
Commerce. 










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NATHAN 
WILSON 
WALKER. Ed.M 



Acting-Dean of 
the School of 
Education and 
Director of the 

Sinnmer School. 




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EDWARD 
VERNON 
^ HOWELL, A.B.. Pii.G. 



Dean of the 
School of 
Pharmacy. 




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CLASSES 





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.hid if your student knows the people 
around him, he will find his place in the 
world. 

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Officers of the Senior Class 

Ralph C. Greene President 

David Nims Vice-President 

W. B. Morgan Secretary 

Beatty Rector - Treasurer 

Robert Graham Representative on Student Council 

Class Day Officers 

Bob Graham Bill Bobbitt 

Lawi/er Statistician 

John Mebane 

Poet 

Johnson Alexander Cy Edson 

Historian Prophet 

Executive Committee 

Fleming Wily. Chairman A. A. Seawell 

S. S. McNeely, Jr. Roger Walker 

Robert Zealy Harry Galland 

Ross Porter Archie Allen 

Gordon Gray Johnson Alexander 
J. C. Williams 

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Harold I. Aahox 

SPENCER, N. C. 

Degree: B.S. Commerce 




William Jackson Adams 

carthage, x. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

Woodberry Forest Club ; Student Entertainment 
Committee ; Dialetic Senate ; Ball Manager ; Yackety 
Vack Staff. (1. 2); Riiccaneev Staff. (1, 2); Am- 
photerothen ; Coop : German Club ; Vice-President 
Phi Beta Kappa. 

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CHARLOTTE, X. C. 

Ase: 19 Degree: A.B, 

Playmakers. 
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RALEIGH, N. C. 
Age: 19 Degree: B.S,; C.E. 

Gorgon's Head; Minotaurs; President Athletic As- 
sociation : Treasurer Junior Class ; Senior Class Ex- 
ecutive Committee; Boxing Team, (2, 3); Captain 
Boxing Team. (4); Cabin; German Club; Com- 
mencement Marshall; Ball Manager; Monogram 
Club. 




FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 
Age: 22 Degree: LL.B. 

Tar Heel Ed. Staff, (1, 2); Vice-Pres. Freshman "Y" 
Cabinet ; Sophomore Y. M, C. A. Cabinet ; Junior- 
Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Grail, Asst. Treas. (3); 
Treas. of Grail, (-1); Phi .Assembly; .\mphoterothen ; 
Gorgon's Head; Asst. l,eader of junior Prom; Asst. 
lyeader of Mid-Winter Dances. (4) ; Ed. Board of the 
N. C. Law Review, (4) ; Asst. Ed. of Law R 
Research Asst. of Law School. 

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David Leonard Avner 

morgantown, w. va. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

Playmakers ; Wigue and Masque ; Deutsche Ver 
Inter-fraternity Council. 





Edwin Burtis Aycock 
fremont, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Baseball Squad, (1); Sub-Assistant Mana- 
ger of Basketball, (2) ; University Little Symphony 
Orchestra, (1, 2, 3, 4); University Band, (2, 3, 4); 
Dormitory Club, (4). 





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David Graham Ball 
raleigh, x. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Co 



Alice Carolyn Ballenger 

wellford, s. c. 
: 20 Degree: A.B. 




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Minor Barklev 
statesville, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. Education 

Captain Freshman Cross Country; Captain Varsity 
Cross Country, (4); Track, (2, 3, 4). 



Raymond Elmo Bass 
black creek, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Chemistry 




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Carl Walter Blackwood 
melvin hill, x. c. 

Age: 24 Degree: A.B. Education 




YACKETYYACK 




George Washington Bradham 
new bern, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

Ben 



Harry Gray Bbainard 

spencerport, new york 

Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Commerce 



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Bertram Hoole Brown 
tarboro, x. c. 
Age; 22 Degree: A 

Inter-fraternity Council. 

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John Hexrv Brunjes. Jr. 
wilmingtox, n. c. 

: 21 Degree: A.B. 




William Clinqan Birxett 

TRYON, N. C. 
Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 

s, (1); American Institute of Electrical Eng 



= ; Secretary, (2); Treasurer, (2); Taylo 
Society; President, (4); Dialetic Senate. 



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Edward Purnell Cahoon 
columbia, n. c. 

Age: 26 Degree: Ph.G. Pharmacy 

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Wrestling Stiuad. 



Marv Lewise Carpenter 
dallas, texas 
Age: 21 
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William Gray Carr 
wilsox, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 



Clarence Coleman Gates 
burlington, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

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Hubert Lee Clapp 
swannanoa, x. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: B.S. Med 

Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 
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Beth C'olley 

\ ULOOMSnt'IKi, PA. 



Degree: A.l 



Ralph Stokes Collins 

AYDEN, N. c. 
Age: 19 Degree: A.E. 

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Augustus McAlistkr Covington 
TATUM, s. c. 



Age: 24 



Degree: A.B., LL.B. 



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

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 



Mary D. Wright Debate, (2); Phi Society; Ser- 

geant-at-Arms, (3) ; President Dormitory Club. (4) ; 

Summer School Student Council, (4); President, 

("5); Inter-fraternity Council, (5, 6). 

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Lillian IJiATincE Crisfield 

CHARLOTTE, >f. C. 
3 Degree: A.B 



Anne Kelso C'riuiiE 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. Education 

Wigue and Masque. 




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FOREST CITV, N. C. 
Age: 23 Degree: A.B. Educatio 



Cyrus Robert Davis 
fulton, n. y. 

Age: 23 Degree: B.S. Civil Engineer 

American Society of Civil Engineers. 




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Suzanne T. Dent 
lockhart, s. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B, 

House President of Spencer Hall. 
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GARY, N. C. 

Age; 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Buccaneer Art Staff, (1, 2, 3); Freshman Track 
Team; Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4). 

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CvRis Mki.vix Edsox 

TAJIPA, FLA. 

Degree: A.B. Education 

Staff. (3); Editor of Buccaneer, (4); 
akers. (3, 4); Di Senate, (3, 4); North Caro- 
giate Press -Association, (4) ; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, (3). 



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RuFus Robert Edwards 

1 ALCOX, X. c. 

Age: 22 Degree; A.B. Educati 



Thomas Hicks Edwards 

rutherfordton, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. Education 

Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball, (3, 4); Box- 
ing Squad. 




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Walter Etoene Eskew 
greenville, s. c. 

Degree: B.S. Cheih. Engineering 

rsitv Football. (2. 3. 4): Monogram Club; Ger- 
man Club. 



YACKETYYACK 




John Herbert Estep 
whitehead, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B, 

Glee Club. (2) ; Fencing Team. (3, 4). 
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Lyda Harris Eubanks 
chapel hill, x. c. 

Age; 20 Degree: A.B. Education 




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Stuart Allan Farleigh 
chicago, ill. 

22 Degree: 



A.B. 



Freshman Basketball; Freshman Baseball; Cabin; 

German Club ; Varsity Basketball ; Yackety Yack ; 

Business Staff, (3); Blue Key Society; Tar Heel 

Staff, (1). 



Ray Simpson Farris 
charlotte, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Secretary of Freshman Class; Freshman Football 
Captain Freshman Boxing; Varsity Football, (2, 3) 
Captain Varsity Football, (4) ; Varsity Baseball, (2) 
President of Junior Class; President of Student 
IJodv; Golden Fleece: Grail: Daviens ; Dialetic 
Senate. 

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

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Dialetic Senate ; Commence- 
ment Marshal ; Thirteen Club ; German Club ; Gimg- 
houls; Grail; Senior Order of Daviens. 

Ben. A K ^I' 



Dorothy Fooshe 
new york, n. y. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 




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Joseph Thomas Fowler 
chapel hill, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 



BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

Tar Heel Reporter, (1); Asst. Ed.. (2); Associate 
Ed.. (3. 4); Buccaneer Staff; Yacketv Yack Ed. 
Staff; Asst. Ed., (4); Mary D. Wright Debate; 
Dialetic Senate; Manager Fencing Team. (3, 4); 
Publicity Director of "Mum's the Word"; Wigue and 
Masque; Rifle Qub and Team; Publications Union 
Board ; Senior Class Ex. Com. ; Amphoterothen ; 

Grail ; Golden Fleece. 
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'W Harry Marion Gili 

' DAHLIXGTON, S. C. 




Age: 21 
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Degree: A.B. 



George Browne Goode 
rutherford college, n. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 




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William Edward Grant 
winston-salem, n. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: A.B 



Calvin Graves, Jr. 
mount airy, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

Senior Order of Daviens ; Tar Heel; Mary D. 
Wright Debate. 

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VACKETY YACK 




MARSHVILLE, N. C. 
Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

President of Senior Class: Assistant Manager of 
Basketball ; Manager Freshman Basketball ; Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet. (1,2,3.4); Treasurer, (2); Treasurer 
of Grail; Dialetic Senate; Student Council, (3); 
Business Staff of Yackety Yack ; Assistant Leader of 
Junior Prom ; German Qub ; Order of the Daviens ; 

Golden Fleece. 
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BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. 

;e: 23 Degree: A.B. Education 

Club: Vice-President of Cleveland Countv 
Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, (3). 




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YACKETY YACK 




GRAHAM, N. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education 

Freshman Football; Varsity Football, (3, 4); Fresh- 
man Baseball ; Varsity Baseball, (2, 3) ; ilonogram 
Club. 




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LiNwooD Parker Harreli. 

EDENTON, X. C. 
Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Commerce 



Boyd White Harris, Jr. 

DIRHAM, X. c. 
Age: 22 Degree: E.S. Commerce 

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H. OsBORXE Hill 

CHERRYVILLE, N. C. 
Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Civil Engineering 

American Society of Civil Engineers. 



Conrad Ogbirn Hixshaw 
pleasant garden, x. c. 

23 Degree: A.B. Education 




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Leonard Howlett Hole 

oreexsboro, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

Di Senate: Inter-fraternitv Council. (3); "Kalif of 

Kavak," (2) ; Woodberry Forest Club ; Blue Key 

Society : German Club ; Assistant Sophomore Hop, 

(2) ; Chief Commencement Ball Manager. (4). 



William Robert Hooks 
fremoxt, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 




William Johnston Horney, Jr. 
greensboro, n. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: B.S. Civil Engineering 

American Society of Civil Engineers. 



Ernest Estes House 

IND FORKS, north DAKOTA 

Degree: A.B. 




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[arion Houston 
ralkigh, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

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Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

Glee Club. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. (2); 
Yackcty Yack Staff, (1, 2); Assistant Editor Yackety 
Y'ack, (3); German Club; Executive Committee 



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Walter Hovle 

LIXrOLNTOX, X. C. 

Degree: A.B.. LL.B. 



Age: 24 

Law Review. 

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William Beekman Huger 
savannah, ga. 

Age: 23 Degree: A.B. 

Gimghouls ; Coop. 
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Thomas Allison Hunter 
greensboro, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Friendship Council ; Assistant Manaj 
Wrestling ; Assistant Leader Junior Prom ; Co 
Ball Manager. 



Thomas Lindsay Hunter 
lincolnton, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. Education 




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Kelly William Huss 

ciierryville, x. c. 
4 Degree: B.S. Pharmacy 



John Robert Ingram, Jr 

SANl'ORD, N. c. 
Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Comi 

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sTis Henry Jarratt, Jr. 

CONCORD, N. C. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B 

German Club. 




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William Robert Johnsox 
four oaks, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. Educatio 



Frank Allej 

COFIELD, : 
Age: 20 Degree: A.B. Edu 

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Franklin Banks Kuvkendal, Jr. 
matthews, n. c. 

Age: 24 Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 

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YACKETY YACK 




Moses Dow Lasitter, Jr. 
grefxyille, n. c. 

; 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 



Charles Meritt Lear 
chapel hill, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers ; Taylo 
Society. 

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Leonard Daniel Lewis 
hendersonville, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Carolina Playmakers ; Tar Heel Staff. 



Luther M. Lewis 
JAISON, N. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. Education 




YACKETY YACK 




Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Pan-Hellenic Council; Sub- 
Assistant Manager of Baseball : Assistant Manager 
of Baseball; Manager of Freshman Baseball; Dialec- 
tic Senate. 




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Geouge W. Love 

HORSE shoe, N. C. 
Age: 18 Degree: A.B. Education 



Age; 20 Degree: B.S. Mech. Engineering 

President of Student Branch of American Society 
of ^lechanical Engineers ; Taylor Society. 





Walter Guinn Lowry, Jr. 

pineville, x. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Basketball; Freshman Cross Country: 

Freshman Track; Varsity Track, (2. 3. 4): Cross 

Country ; Monogram Club. 



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Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

Freshman Friendship Council; Sophomore Y.M.C.A. 

Cabinet: Junior-Senior Cabinet; Varsity Baseball, 

(2, 4); Captain Varsity Baseball. (3); Monogram 

Club; Varsity Basketball Squad, (3); Sub-Assistant 

Manager of Wrestling, (2): Inter-dormitory 

Council, (2. 3). 

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

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

"13" Club; German Club: Glee Club. (1. 2. 3. -1); 
Business Manager of Glee Club, (4). 

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





YACKETY YACK 




Olivia McKinne 
loiisburg. n. c. 



Degree: A.B. 



William Merrimon McKinney, Jr. 

greensboro, x. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. 



A\'oman's Associatio 




Calvix Sturgis McLaughlin 
charlotte, n. c. 

Degree; A.B. 
Di Senate. 



James Lytch McNair, Jr. 
laurinburg, n. c. 
Age: 20 Degree: B.S. C^ 

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Lutihh Dennis McNeill 
p'air bluff, n. c. 

Age: 25 Degree: Ph.G 



Edward Alexander McNeill 
jefferson, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 




VACKETY YACK 




James Edward Magner 
philadelphia, pa. 

Age: 25 Degree: LL.B. 

Athletic Council ; Monogram Oub ; Executive Com- 
mittee Monogram Club; Varsitv Football, (2, 3. 4); 
Varsity Baseball. (J, 3, 4). 

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Robert Dewey Marshall 

GRANITE falls, N. C. 

Age: 25 Degree: A.B. Education 

Di Senate. 




YACKETY YACK 




s Editor Carolina Magazine, (J) ; Editor 

Magazine; Managing Editor Tar Heel, (2); 

s Editor Daily Tar Heel; Managing Editor 

Buccaneer, (3); Amphoterothen : Carolina- 

Tulane Varsity Debate. 



Anne Cambreleng Melick 
elizabeth city, x. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. Education 

Haymakers ; 

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i-President \\'oman's Association. 




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YACKETY YACK 



Wesley Lee Moxtgomkhy 

BUNN, N. C. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. Education 

Wake Forest College; Y.M.C.A. ; Debate Qub ; 
Tar Heel Reporter: Xorth Carolina Qub. 




James Ashby Moore 
scotland neck, x. c. 

Age: 25 Degree: B.S. Civil Engineering 

American Society of Civil Engineers. 




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YACKETY YACK 




G MlRPHY 
SALISBURY, N. C. 

Degree: A, 



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LEAKSVILLE, N. C. 
Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Medic 

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YACKETY YACK 




Paul Raymond Patten- 
new BERN N. c. 
Age; 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Glee Club, (1, 2, 3. 4); Band, 
{3, 4); Manager Band, (4). 



Gradon O'Kelly Pendergrj 
chapel hill, n. c. 

ge: 25 Degree: B.S. Commi 

Circulation Manager Tar Heel, (3). 




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VACKETY YACK 




Age: 25 Degree: A.B. Education 

Debate Squad; Di Senate. 




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YACKITY YACK 




James Gregory Poole 
virgilina, va. 

Age: 21 Degree: A 



Francis Ross Porter 

MONROE, N. c. 
Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Cc 




VACKETY YACK 




Degree; A.B. 

B'reshman Basketball Team; Vice-President Wigue 

and Masque; Minotaurs; German Club; President 

German Club, (4); Glee Club; Gimghouls ; Pan- 

hellenic Council. 

Ben 




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YACKETY YACK 




Thomas 15eattv Rkctor 
asheville, x. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

Treasurer Senior Class; Di Senate; Clerk Di Senate. 
(4); President Di Senate, (4i. 

A e *. E * A 



A A T. A : n 




YACKETY YACK 





Benjamin Browning Roach 
whiteville, n. c. 

Age: 20 De^ee: A.B. Journalism 

Daily Tar Heel Staff, (3, 4) ; Assistant Sports Editor 
Tar He-1. M) ; German Club ; Olee Club ; Yackety 
Yack; Cercle Francais : North Carolina Club; Buc- 
caneer; Deutsche Verein. 



Alfred C. Rogers 

WARSAW, N. c. 

Degree: B.S. Commerce 




YACKETY YACK 




Earlie C. Sanderson 
wallace, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. Education 




Clarence Odell Sapp 
winston-salem, n. c. 

Age: 24 Degree: LL.B. 

Freshman Football: Varsitv Football. (4, 5): Varsity 
Boxing, (4, 5): Varsity Baseball, (2); President 
Athletic Association; Monogram Club; Carolina 
Playmakers; I^eader Junior Dance; Inter-fraternity 
Council ; German Club ; Assistant Coach Freshman 
Football and Baseball ; Coach Freshman Boxing. 
2 * E. * A A 




YACKETYVACK 





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Wales Franklix Sigmon 

ALEXIS, X. c. 
Age: 24 Degree: A.B. Ed 



Howard Holmes Simpson 

roseboro, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. Education 

Cross Country, (3). 




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VACKETYYACK 




Jacob Edward Skinner 
greenville, n. c. 

Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 




Charles Lee Smith 
raleigh, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

Sheiks; \"ice-Pre5ident of Sheiks. (2): 
ment Marshal. (3): Freshman Football and Track 
Team; Varsity Football; Track Squad. (2, 3); 
Woodberry Forest Club; German Clubs. 

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VACKETYYACK 





YACKETY YACK 




Leon Girley Stone 

greensboro, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Commerc 



Arthur Thomas Strickland, Jr. 

WILSON, N. c. 
Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Medi> 

A K K 




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YACKETY YACK 




SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 
Age: 20 Degree: A 

A X A 




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YACKETY YACK 

ssmgrneasssBBSss. 




Alios Lee Thomas 

MARSHVILLE, X. C. 

Degree: A.B. Education 



Phillip Langston Thomas 

ERWIX, N. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: Ph.G. 

* A e. K ^I' 




LoY DuRANT Thompson, Jr. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Age: 21 Degree; A.B. 

Summer School Student Council '29 ; Manager Var 
sity Baseball, (4); Monogram Club; German Club 




Francis Rogers Toms 
petersburg, va. 
21 Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 
Minotaurs ; Gimghouls ; A. I. E. E. 

n, * Z N, * B K 



YACKETY YACK 




Margaret Louise Troutman 
statesville, x. c. 

Age: 19 Degree: A.B. 



Frank Kenyon Turner 
hillsboro, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. Education 

Band ; Philanthropic Society ; Bo.xing Team. 




YACKETY YACK 




WiNiiATK E(;krton Underhill 

LOUISBURO, N. C. 

Age: 21 Degree: C.E, 

American Sociily of Civil Engineers; German I 

i: N. T B n, <I> B K 



TuADDEUS Gilbert Upchurch 

APEX, N. C. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Medicine 

Vice-l'risiilent of Medical Society; EHsha Mitchell 



Scientific Society. 



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YACKETYYACK 




Raymond Davis Vogler 
mount airy, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree; A.B. Education 



Charles Edward Waddell, Jr. 
biltmore, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: Civil Engineering 

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

Sheiks; Gimghonls ; William Cain Society, (2, 3, 4); 

President of William Cain Society, (4) ; Golden 

Fleece. 

B e n, T B n, * B K 



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YACKETY YACK 




GREENSBORO, X. C. 
Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

A X A 



Herbert Christy Wall 

SOPHIA, X. c. 
Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

* B K 




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Age: 23 



JoHX Waller Wardlaw 

PLAIXFIELD, N. J. 

;ree: B.S. Commerce; LL.' 



Age: ZJ uegree: 13. b. ^^ommerce; L-l-.e. 

Jack W'ardlaw and his Orchestra ; Organizer of the 

Carolina Banjo Boys ; German Club ; Di Senate ; 

\^'ardla\v School Alumni Association. 



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Robert Hoke Webb 
raleigh, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. 

■shman E 

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VACKETY YACK 





James William Webster 

leaksville, n. c. 

Age: 19 Degree: A.B 



Eugene Ernest Wells 

greenville, s. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

Sheiks; Coop; Secretary Coop. (3); Preside 
Coop, (4). 




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YACKETY YACK 




Charles Harden West 
greensboro, x. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Civil Engineering 



Joseph Robert Westmoreland 

CANTON, N. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: B.S. Medicine 

Baseball, fl, 2, 3, 4'); Captain of Baseball, (4); 
Monogram Club. 




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YACKETY YACK 




ViLLIAM Bl'RTON WhITE 
TOWNSVILLE, N. C. 

Age: 21 Degree: B.S. Elec. Engineering 

A. I. IC. E. : Treasurer A. I, E. E., (4). 

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James Lucius Whitley 
enfield, n. c. 

Age: 23 Degree: B.S. Commerce 




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YACKETY YACK 




Charles Fredrick Williams 
raleigh, x. c. 

;e: 22 Degree: A.B. 

nan Football; Freshman Track; Basketball 
Squad, (1, 2, 4). 



Joseph Carlyle Williams 
linden, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. Education 

Pres. Di Senate; Pres. Debate Council; Senior Class 
Ex. Com.; ."Vsst. Ed. and Columnist of the Tar 
Heel ; Book Ed. Carolina Magazine ; Yackety Yack 
Staff; Buccaneer Staff; Winner Bingham Memorial 
Medal; Winner Mary D. Wright Memorial Medal; 
Freshman Intercollegiate Debater ; Varsity Intercol- 
legiate Debater; Pres. Debate Squad. 
*. E * A. * K A, T K A 




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VACKETY YACK 




Age: 25 Degree: A.B. Education 

Tar Heel Staff, (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, (1, 2, 3); 
Playmakers, (2, 3, 4); Di Senate; Vice-President Di 
Senate. (3) ; Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior De- 
bates; Winner Mangum Medal, (3); Debate Council, 
(3); Yackety Yack Staff, (2, 3); Carolma Magazine 
Staff, (3); Glee Club, (3); Manager of Boxing 

Team, (3). 
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Janet H. Wilson 

morristown, n. j. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 




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VACKETY YACK 




George Caldwell Winecoff, Jr. 
gastonia, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 

A 2 n 




Marshall Franklin Woodall 
benson, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: B.S. Commerce 




YACKETY YACK 





Robin Nathaniel Wooten 

harmony, n. c. 

Age: 21 Degree: A.B. Educati 



Creighton Wrenn 
garner, n. c. 

Age: 22 Degree: A.B. 

Monogram Club. 




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Francis Vincent Zappa 
baltimore, md. 

Age: 24 Degree: A.B 

E <!> A 



Robert Lyles Zealv 
goldsboro, n. c. 

Age: 20 Degree: A.B. 

Grail : Wrestling Team ; Executive Committee Ger- 
man Club. 

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YACKETV YACK 




d. C.WILLIAMS 
BestPVnier 



Best 
All Round 




RED GREENE 
Chief Politician 



ARCHIE ALLEN 
Most Social 




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\mi 



DAVID NIMS, 
Be>st Neturc?d. 



HARRY GALLAND 

Most OrieinaL 



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YACKITV YACK 




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VACKETV VACK 





HUDSON 



MARPET 





WEEKS 



DAVIS 



FUSSELL 



Officers of the Junior Class 

James Spearmax Hudson President 

Arthur Robert Marpet Vice-President 

Clarence Johnson Weeks ."- Secretary 

Obie Guss Davis _ Treasurer 

Lucian H. Fussell Ucpresentatife on Student Council 



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FnAXK AI. Adams 

Dillon. S. C. 
B K N 



Thirston Ray 

Adams 
I-aGrange, N. C. 
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R. M. Albright 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Assistant Editor Yackety 
Yack; Speaker Phi As- 
sembly; Varsity Wres- 
tling; Debate Council; 
Inter-fraternity Council; 
Jjnior Class Executive 
Committee; Secretary 
Freshman Friendship 
Council; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet; German Club 
Exe:utive Committee; 
Grail; Amphoterothen ; 

Sheiks. 
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A. L. Alexander 
Statesville, N. C. 



Robert L. Alphin 
Wendell, N. C. 




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B. D. Arnold 

Fuqiiav Springs, 

N. C. 

reshman Track; Varsity 
Track. 



JOHX B. ASHCRAFT 

Jlonroe. N. C. 
II K A 



Callis H. Atkins 
White Plains, N. C. 
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Gkorge L. Bagbv 
Charlotte. X. C. 

Minotaurs: Gimghouls; 
Freshman Track; Varsity 
Track; Monogram Club 
Inter-fraternity Council 
Coop; German Club 
Leader Sophomore Hop, 



Merritt C. Baker 
Buffalo. N. Y. 

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Otis W. Baker 
Carthage, N. C. 



T. R. Baldwin 

Randleman, N. C. 



J. M. Baley, Jr. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Debate Team 



C. H. Ballard, Jr. 

Kinston. N. C. 



R. N. Barber 
Waynesville, N. C. 
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1931 

Lexie G. Barefoot 
Four Oaks, N. C. 

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S. A. Barrett 
Favetteville. N. C. 



C. R. Baucom 

Mavshville. N. C. 

Freshman Cross Country; 
Varsity Cross Country; 
Freshman Track; Varsity 
Track; Monogram Club. 



John C. Beakley 
AsheviUe, N. C. 



Cl.vv C. Bkll 
Rockinffhaiu, N. C. 



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Kenneth A. Bell 
New Bern, N. C. 

Freshman Football 
Freshman Basketball 
Varsity Football Squad 
Varsity Track Squad 
German Club; Y. M. C 
A. Cabinet. 

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Mrs. p. B. Bennett 
Chaptl Hill. N. C. 




G. R. Benton 
Fremont, N. C. 
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Robert E. Bett 
Macon, N. C. 



W. A. Biggs, Jr. 
Rockingham, N. C 



1931 



John S. Bivens 
Monroe, N. C. 



S.^DiE M. Bivens 
<r^^H Monroe, N. C. 



Thomas J. Bivens 
Monroe. N. C. 



Stanley R. Blair 
Trinity, N. C. 



William K. Blair 
Greensboro, N. C. 
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B. L. BOYETTE 

Murfreesboro, 
N. C. 



J. T. BoYSWORTH 

Norwood, N. C. 



F. M. Brickman 
Georgetown, S. C. 

Buccaneer; Wieue and 
Masque; Cabin. 



A. M. Brown 
Franklin, Pa. 



Eugene F. Brown 
Hillsboro, N. C. 




1931 

J. L. Brown, Jr. 
Concord, N. C. 

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RuFus A. Brown 
Concord, N. C. 



H. T. Browne 
Nashville, Tcnn. 

Amphoterothen. 

P. B n 



T. H. Braswell 

Castalia. N. C. 



N. L. Bryan, Jr. 

Winter Park, Fla. 

William Cain American 
Society Civil Engineers; 
Freshman Tennis ; Varsity 



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Ruby D. Buck 
Bald Mountain, 

N. c. Hi 

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Cecil F. Bullard 
Favetteville, X. C. 



Fred B. Bunch 

Statesville, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 

Di Senate ; Sub-Assistant 

Basketball Manager. 



William L. Burke 
Burlington, X. C. 



James Adam Burt 
Biscoe, X. C. 



Freshman Baseball; 
Varsity Baseball. 




1931 



W. L. Carlisle 
Bennett.sville, S. C. 



Joe a. Carpenter 
Gastonia, X. C. 

German Club. 

S * 2 



Daniel W. Carter 
Pitman. X. J. 



Mary A. Carter 
Favetteville, Tenn. 
X n 



T. J. Chaconas 
Washington. D. C. 



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C. G. Chatham 
Elkin. N. C. 

Golf Team; Manager 
Golf Team: Inter-frater- 
nity Council; Minotaurs; 
German Club. 



Page Choate 
Salisbury, N. C. 



H. F. Chrisco 
Badin, N. C. 

University Band. 
A A T 



T. M. Cleland 
New York, N. Y. 
* A e 



C. L. Clodfelter 
Thomas ville, N. C. 
* A X 




1931 

B. F. CoFFlELD 

Columbia, N. C. 



Milton Cohen 
Pushing, N. Y. 

Tar Heel Business Staff; 
Inter-fraternity Council. 

* A 



James L. Coley 
Wilmington, N. C. 
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C. W. Constantine 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Assistant Manager Bas- 
ketball; Cabin; German 
Club. 



Williams Cooper 

Oxford, N. C. 
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G. T. CORNWELL 

Lawndale, N. C. 

Cleveland County Club ; 

y. M. C. A. Quartette; 

Wrestling Squad. 



Jack B. Coursey 

Southern Pines, 

N. C. 

Glee Club. 
X * 



Marion R. Cowper 
Kinston, N. C. 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers; Varsity Foot- 
ball: Varsity Wrestling; 
Freshman Wrestling; 
Monogram Club ; Assist- 
ant Leader Junior Prom; 
German Club. 

Z '!' 



Elsa S. Craig 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Ray p. Craig 
Stanley, N. C. 
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1931 

Frank L. Crane 

Waxhaw. N. C. 



Varsity Cross Country; 

Freshman Basketball; 

Freshman Track. 



W. S. Crawford 
Mebane, N. C. 



B. L. Credle 
Swan Quarter, N.C 



S. Ellis Crew 
Pleasant Hill, 

N. C. 
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John H. Croom 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



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C. F. Crutchfield 
North Wilkesboro. 

N. C. 

Wilkes County Club. 
A A T 



W. H. CULBRETH 

Raeford. X. C. 

Freshman Football. 



Ida W. Currie 
Clarkton, N. C. 
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John A. Currie 
New York. N. Y. 



Jay L. Curtis 
Patterson, N. C. 



Associate Editor Ca 
Una Magazine. 




1931 

'.: Walter A. Daley 
Orlando, Fla 



Inter-fraternity Council; 



E. P. Dameron 
Clinton. N. C. 

arsity Basketball: 
arsity Track; Mono- 
gram Club. 



H. L. Daxiei. 
Clearwater. I'la. 
X 9. 



Clarence Davis 
Waxliaw, N. C. 



.Iefeerson Davis 
Waxhaw. N. C. 



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Obie Guss Davis 
Omaha, Texas 



Treasurer Junior Class; \i 
Varsity Boxing. C 



Ralph W. Davis 
Harmonv. N. C. 



W. F. Day, Jr. 

Greenwicli. Conn. 

Wesleyan. (1. 2); As- 
sistant Stage Managei 
Playmakers. 



H. M. Dellinger 
Stanley, X. C. 

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Robert F. Dewey 

Chicago, 111. 
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D. C. DkWolfe, Jr. 
Monroe. Conn. 

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WiLLiAji G. Dike 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Glexn S. Dickson 
Helton, N. C. 

Dialectic Senate: Deut- 



X. W. DoCKEHV 

Rockingham, X. C. 

Photograph Editor Yack- 
ety Yack; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet: Freshman Box- 
ing: Dialectic Senate; 
Chemistry Club; Blue 
Key Society; German 
Club. 

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Gavin Dortch, Jr. 
Raleigh, X. C. 



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J. W. DOUGHTIE 

Columbus, Ga. 
ATA 



T. B. Douglas 
Hiffh Point. N. C. 



Virginia Douglas 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Inez S. Dudley 
Lake Landing, 

N. C. 



Charles C. Duffy 
New Bern, N. C. 

Phi Assembly; Glee 
Club; German Club. 




1931 

Clyde M. Duncan 

Beaufort, N. C. 
OB* 



W. Dunn, Jr. 
New Bern, N. C. 

Susiness Staff Yackety 
/ack: Assistant Manager 



W. Clyde Dunn 

Kinston, N. C. 

Assistant Editor Yackety 
Yack; Tar Heel Staff; 
President Publication 
Union Board: President 
Sophomore Y. M. C. A. 



Cabi 



Cla 



Junior 
Class txecutive Com- 
mittee; Dialectic Senate; 
Taylor Society; Coop; 
German Club. 

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Joe C. Eagles 
Wilson. N. C. 

Sub-Assistant Manager 
Basketball; Tar Heel 
Staff. (1. 2. 3); Sports 
Editor, (3); Y. M. C. 
A.. (1. 2. 3); Secretary. 
(3); Sheiks; Ampho- 
terothen; Grail; Cabin; 
German Club. 

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David C. Edwards 
Walkertown. N. C. 
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C. p. Erickson 
Oak Park. 111. 

Varsity Football. (2. 3) ; 
Track, (3); A. S. C. E. ; 
Secretary. (2); Vice- 
President, (3) ; Monogram 
Club; Inter-fraternity 
Council. 



William E. Evans 
High Point, N. C. 



C. H. Farrell 
Dunn, N. C. 

Playmakers, (1, 2) ; 
Yackety Yack Staff; Ad- 
vertising Manager. (2) ; 



Manager Boxing; Com- 
mencement Marshal; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet, (2. 
3) ; German Club. 



Robert Farrell 

Aberdeen, N. C. 
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Elzada Feaster 
Miami. Fla. 



Playmake 



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1931 

.James L. Ferebee 
West Allis. Wis. 



Fred J. Ferguson 
Waynesville, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Monogram Club; Wres- 
tling. 



Adam Fisher, Jr. 
Charlotte. N. C. 



Carl H. Fisher 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Freshman Cross Coun- 
try; Freshman Track; 
Freshman Friendship 
Council; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, (2, 3). 

A A T 



James B. Fisher 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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ROSCOE B. FlSHEI! 

Salisbury. N. C. 
A A T. T K A 



Charles E. Ford 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Berry G. French 
Lumberton, N. C. 

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Nahum Friedman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



LrclAX H. FUSSELL 

Rose Hill. X. C. 

Student Council. 
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1931 

Ellis D. Fysal 
Wilson, N. C. 



Football; 
Baseball; 
Football. 



John W. Garner 
Goldston. N. C. 



R. H. Garrett 
Washington, D. C. 



E. L. Gaskill 
Sea Level, N. C. 



Kenneth A. Gay 
Lawrence, Mass 

•* Varsity Track Team. 

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Paul L. Gilbert 
Statesville. N. C. 



M. P. GiLMOUR, III 

Wilmington. N. C. 
German Club. 



H. W. Glascock 

Raleish. N. C. 



Samuel Glass 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



C. S. Glickman 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 




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p. AV. Glideweli. 
Reidsville. N. C. 
Ben 



C. W. GOLDSTON 

Goldston, N. C. 



Marjorie Good 
Columbia, S. C. 



John F. Goode 
Woodard, N. C. 



J. B. Goodman 
Altamont, N. C. 



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Noah Goodridge 
New York, N. Y. 

Freshman Friendship 
Council; Freshman Box- 
ing Team: Varsity Box- 
ing Team; Monogram 
Club; Cabin; Executive 
Committee Junior Class. 

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James C. Goodwin 
Clifton Forge, Va. 
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J. S. GoRHAM, Jr. 

Rocky Mount, 

N. C. 

Freshman Friendship 
Council: Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet. (2, 3); Treas- 
urer Sophomore Cabinet; 
Sub-Assistant Manager 
Track: Phi Assembly. 



J. M. Graham 
Baltimore, Md. 
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Kate C. Graham 
Durham. N. C. 

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1931 

J. C. Grainger 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Phi Assembly; Yackety 

Yack. (2); "13" Club; 

Cabin. 



Elizabeth Grant 
Wilminttton. N. C. 



A. T. Griffin 
Pine Tops, N. C. 



J. O. Griffin 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



H. F. Grinbstaff 
Sylvia, N. C. 



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Ernest T. Gross 
Burlington. N. C. 
A. I. E. E. ; Rifle Club. 

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J. W. Grotyohann 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Playmakers 



June U. Gunter 

Sanford, N. C. 

Di Senate; Yackety Yack 
Staff; Tar Heel Staff. 



W. H. Hadley, Jr. 

Siler Citv, N. C. 



neer 
kety 



Edward R. Hamer 
McColl, S. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Treasurer Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, (3): Bu 
Business Staff; ■> 
Yack Staff; Sub-A 
Manager Basketball 
Track Squad; Grail 
Minotaurs; Cabin; D 
Senate; Executive Com 
mittee Junior Class 
Commencement Marshal 
German Club. 

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1931 

L. T. Hammond 

Aslulioro, N. C. 

Orchestra; Yackety Yack 

Staff; Di Senate; Glee 

Club. 

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J. }il. Harrington 
Freeport, N. Y. 

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Henry D. Harris 

Durham, N. C. 
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James C. Harris 
Inez, N. C. 

Phi Assembly, (1, 2, 3); 
Reading Clerk Phi As- 
sembly, (?) : Treas. Phi 
Assembly, (3); Freshman 
Friendship Council; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet, (2, 
3) ; Debate Squad, (1, 2, 
3); Freshman Debate; 
Sophomore-Junior Inter- 
society Debate; Carolina- 
Marquette Debate; Mary 
D. Wright Debate; De- 
bate Council. (3); Cross 
Country Squad. (2. 3); 
Tar Heel Business Staff. 
(2, 3); Collection Man- 
ager Tar Heel; Collection 
Manager Buccaneer; Gold 
Monogram. 



Clyde L. Hawkins 
Bessemer City, 

N. C. 

Di Senate. 



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C. p. Hayes, Jr. 
Asheville, N. C. 



E. L. Haywood 

Durham, N. C. 

"13" Club; Yackety Yack 
Staff. (3); Phi Assem- 
bly. (I, 2, 3); Executive 
Committee Phi Assem- 
bly, (3); Assistant Man- 
ager of Varsity Baseball ; 
Inter-coUegiate Debate ; 
German Club; Leader 
Fall German; Inter- 
fraternity Council. 

X *. T K A 



W. F. Haywood 
Candor, N. C. 



H. Hechenbleikxer 
Charlotte, N. C. 



J. E. Heller 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Freshman Football; Va 
sity Football; V 
Wrestling; Ata R( 
Club. 




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P. L. Henderson 
.lersey City. N. C. 

Playmakers. 



W. I. Henderson 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinets; 
Coop; "13" Club; Di 
Senate; Golf Squad; 
Leader Junior Prom; 
German Club. 

^ X. A K ^I' 



Charles H. Henry 
Plainfield. N. J. 

Assistant Cheer Leader. 

e K X 



M. George Henry 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 



C. A; Hensley, Jr. 
Morganton, N. C. 

A. I. E. E.; Rifle Club. 

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Joseph F. Hester 
Wasliinston, D. C. 



JosEPHiXE Hill 
Burlington, N. C. 
n B * 



Eugene G. Hines 
Goldsboro, N, C. 

Z X. A K ^I' 



Elmer G. Hoefer 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

A. I. E. E. 
* K 2 



R. E. L. Holt, Jr. 

Burlington, N. C. 
n K A 




1931 

Giles F. Horxey 

Greensboro, N. C. 

A. I. E. E. 



M. A. Houghton 
Clayton. N. C. 

Wrestling Squad. 



F. J. Householder 

Durham, N. C. 
.V X A. * M A 



R. E. Hubbard 

Clinton, N. C. 

Ca'oin; German Club. 

•!> r A 



J.iMEs S. Hudson 
Dallas, Tex. 

Captain Freshman Foot- 
ball; Varsity Football; 
"U" Club; Coop; Presi- 
dent Junior Class; Mono- 
gram Club. 

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Clyde E. Hulon 
Laurinburg, N. C. 



W. C. HUNSUCKER 

Gibson. N. C. 



Fred S. Hunter 
Huntersville, N. C. 



M. N. Hunter 
Huntersville, N. C. 



John D. Idol 
High Point. X. C. 




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F. W. Jackson 
Apex, N. C. 



Henry T. Jackson 
Mount Olive, N. C. 



LiLLiE W. Jackson 

Eustis, Fla. 
II B * 



F. G. Jacocks, Jr. 

Elizabeth City,, 

N. C. 



.'. S.. Jemison, Jr. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Business Staff Tar Heel, 
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Esther Johnson 
Milwaukee, N. C. 



J. C. Johnson 
Morven. X. C. 



J. J. Johnson 
Siler, City, N. C. 

Baseball Squad. 



J. D. Johnson 
Siler Citv. N. C. 



P. G. Johnson. Jr. 
Asheville. N. C. 

A. I. E. E.; Di Senate. 




1931 

Herbert W. Jones 

Green.sboro, N. C. 

Inter-fraterntty Council: 
Band; Freshman Friend- 
ship Council. 

* 2 K, * M A 



Joe Piper Jones 
Berryville, Va. 

Grail ; Amphoterothen. 



WiLLi.iM F. Jones 
Charlotte, N. C. 



T. R. Karriker 
Mooresville, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Clerk Di Senate; Col- 
lection Manager Tar 
Heel. 



A. D. KiNCAiD, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Freshman Track Team; 
Varsity Track Squad; 
Yackety Yack Staff; Y. 



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A. M. KlRKPATRICK 

Caldwell, N. J. 
'^ K 2 



J. J. KlRKPATRICK 

Caldwell, N. J. 

Secretary Wigue and 

Masque; Advertising 

Manager Playmakers: 

Glee Club. 



Leonard B. Kiser 
Lincolnton. N. C. 



W. LeRoy Kiser 

Bessemer City, 

N. C. 



Kate P. Kitchen 
Scotland Neck, 
N. C. 
X n 




1931 

P. P. Kjellesvk; 

Havana, Cuba 
Secretary Spanish Club. 
A 2 *. E * A 



George M. Koehl 
College Point, N.Y. 
A 2 * 



Harrv E. Kramer 

Whiteville, N. C. 
<{> A 



W. H. Kuralt 
Springfield, Mass. 

Taylor Society. 



Helen F. Lance 
Timherlake. N. C. 



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B. B. Lane, Jr. 
Chapel, Hill, N. C. 
e X 



William H. Lane 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 

e * 



Mkbane T. Lea 
Wilson, N. C. 
S Z 



LuDiE Carrie Lee 
Benson, N. C. 



Pekcv O. Leogett 

Scotland Neck, 

N. C. 




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E. DUVALL Lennon 


F**i 


Lumberton, N, C. 


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Yackety Yack Staff; 
Buccaneer Staff. 


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X * 



W. S. Lindsay 
Camden, S. C. 



Julius D. Linker 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Di Senate; Glee Club; 
Boxm£ Squad. 



E. R. Lipscomb 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Vice-President Freshman 
Class; Assistant Leade; 
Sophomore Hop; Mino- 
taurs; Football: Mono- 
tram Club, 

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Howard Q. Little 
Conover, N. C. 



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James M. Little 

Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 



John H. London 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Cabin. 

2 AE 



L. F. London 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Cabin. 
S A E 



C. J. Madry 

Scotland Neck, 

N. C. 



W. O. Manbeck 

Cleveland Heights, 

Ohio 

Vice-President Taylor 
Society. 




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Edith H. Manqum 
Lexington, N. C. 

II B * 



A. S. Mann, Jr. 
Elizabeth City, 

N. C. 

* Z K 



I. H. Manning, Jr. 
Chapel HiU, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Varsity Track Squad; 
Varsity Cross Country 
Squad; Grail; German 
Club; Commencement 
Marshal; Business Staff 
Buccaneer. 



AiiTHTR R. Marpet 

Yonkers. N. Y. 

Freshman Basketball; 
Freshman Baseball; Vice- 
President Junior Class; 
Monogram Club: Varsity 
Basketball. 

■r E * 



A. A. Marshall 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Glee Club; Buccaneer. 

A i: * 



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A. Hugh Martix 
Fairmont. W. ^'a. 
n K * 



C. O. Matthews 
Kernersville, N. C. 
* K A 



P. W. Mattocks 
Gillett, N. C. 



Clyde D. Mauxey 

Cherryville, N. C. ^ 



Carl W. Meares 
Fair Blu£f, N. C. 

Debating Squad. 




1931 

H. S. Mekrell 
Fairvicw, N. C. 

Z * E 



Paul M. Michael 
Kernersville, N. C. 

Kay Kyser's Orchestra; 
Band; Symphony Or- 
chestra; Glee Club; Caro- 
lina Tar Heels; Paul 
Michael and His Or- 
chestra; Assistant Editor 
Alumni Review. 



BoNXER S. Mills 
Greenville, S. C. 

Palmetto Club. 
:: X. A K ^I' 



W. E. Mills, Jr. 
Louisburg, N. C. 
* A e 



James R. Mohorn 
Littleton. N. C. 



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Albert R. Monrok 
Salisbury, N. C. 



C. Stowe Moody 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Tar Heel Staff; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Ger- 
man Club. 



George D. Moody 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Ben 



Beverly C. Moore 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Secretary Sophomore 



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Di 



ate; Ge 



M; 



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Me 



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F. H. J. Moore 
Staiitoiisluug. X. C, 




1931 

Reeme Moore 
Dallas, Tex. 

AAA 



Ricn-\RD H. Moore 
Battleboro, N. C. 

William Cain Society of 
Civil Engineers; Wres- 
tling; Monogram Club. 



W. B. Moore 

Reidsville. N. C. 



W. W. ]Moore 

Rocky Mount, 

N. C. 



ROSCOE H. MoRO.\N 

Marshville. N. C. 



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Edxa Morrisette 

Elizabeth City, 

\. C. 

X 9. 



Alfred A. MorxT 

College Point. X.Y. 

Rifle Club. 

2 * r, A 2 n 



Ralph H. Mixch 
Chapel Hill. X. C. 



Adelaide McAxallv 
High Point. N. C. 
n B * 



S. McCoxNELL, Jr. 
Waterhouse, N. Y. 

Assistant Leader Junior 

Prom; Sheiks: Football 

Squad ; German Club. 




1931 

Rov McGixNis 

Gastonia, N. C. 
_i e * 



W. H. McGlamery 
(Jreensboro, N. C. 
* ^ K 



C. B. MacKethan 
Fiiyetteville, N. C. 

Davidson College; Sports 
Editor Tar Heel; Buc- 
caneer; Phi Assembly; 
Debating Society. 

X *, A K 'I' 



Ollex D. McLeod 
Raleigh, N. C. 



W. P. McPheuson 

Raleigh, N. C. 

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C. F. McRae 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



S. L. Nathan 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
T E <!> 



Alferdo Nazareno 

Philippines 
E * A 



David Neiman 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Varsity Basketball; Va 
sity Track. 



H. A. Nelson 
Oak Park, 111. 

A. S. C. E.; Freshman 
Football; Varsity Foot- 
ball. 




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G. F. Newman, Jr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Bu 



Assistant M 
GerniE 

II K *. A K * 



;iness Staff; 
ager Track; 
Club. 



.Jesse S. Nevvsom 
Sandtrsville, Ga. 



Mary C. Norcross 
Smithfield, N. C. 
X v. 



W. H. Norman 
Raleigh, N. C. 
X ^1' 



Elton S. Oakes 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 



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George M. Oliver 
Yancevville, N. C. 



Freshman Football; Va 
sity Football. 



William B. Oliver 
Pine Level, N. C. 



C. B. Overman 
Washington, D. C. 
e * 



R. S. Overman 
High Point, N. C. 
K S 



D. J. Packman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




1931 

P. G. Padgett 
Forest City, N. C. 
A X A 



RuFus S. Paret 
New York, N. Y. 



Milton P. Park 
Greensboro, N. C. 
j: Z 



R. A. Parsley, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Dialectic Senate; Fresh- 
man Football; Varsity 
Football; Coop; German 
Club; Grail; Gimghoul. 

2 A E 



E. L. Patterson 
Statesville, N. C. 

Cabin; German Club. 

n K A 



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W. B. Patterson 
Rochester, N. Y. 

German Club. 



H. N. Patterson 
High Point, N. C. 

Student Council, (2); 
Business Manager Buc- 
caneer. (3); Tar Heel 
Business Staff, (1, 
2); V. M. C. A. Cab- 
inet; Treasurer Dialectic 
Senate, (3); Junior Class 
Executive Committee; 
Coop; Grail. 

* r -i . A K -^ 



B. E. Paxton 
Greenville, S. C. 
A * 



A. G. Peeler, Jr. 
Salisbury, N. C. 
X * 



Alton W. Perry 
Washington, N. C. 




1931 

E. C. Person, Jr. 
Pikeville, N. C. 

Cabin; Minotaurs; 
Gorgon's Head. 



Eugene E. Pfaff 
Pfaffton, N. C. 



Florence Phillips 
Fredericksburg, Va. 



C. E. Pleasants 

Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 

n K <!>, A K vp 



R. C. Plummer 
Wilmington, X. C. 



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R. H. Plummeh 
Brevard, N. C. 



R. L. PopLix 

Statesville, N. C. 

A X :; 



John A. Prevost 
Waynesville, N. C. 



R. H. Proctor, Jr. 

Hollis, N. Y. 
* r K 



George J. Quixx 
East Orange. N. J. 
A T n 




1931 

Kerr C. Ramsay 
Salisburv, N. C. 



Su 


b-A 


ssistant M 


an 


ager 


Fc 


otb 


all: Sub-Assistant 


M 


anager Track 


Y 


. M. 


C. 


A. 


Cabinet; 


Dia 


lectic 


Se 


nat 


; City Ec 


ito 


Tar 


H 


:el. 


(3); Elis 


ha 


Mit- 


ch 


ell 


Scientific 
German CI 


So 
ub. 


iety; 


V 


N, 


E * A 







Marshall D. Rand 
Garner, N. C. 

Freshman Baseball; Var- 
Baseball; Monogram 
Club. 



Elizabeth Reed 
Beaumont, Tex. 



Mary A. Reed 
Beaumont, Tex. 

IT B ■S' 



Robert Reeves 
Cincinnati. Ohio 
X "V 



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A. E. Reynolds, Jr. 

Salisbury, N. C. 
* r A 



Albert M. Rhett 
Charleston, S. C. 

2 A E 



Paul H. Rhodes 
Albemarle, N. C. 



T. M. RiDDICK 

Gatesville, N. C. 



George H. Roach 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A 2 n 




1931 

A. C. Robertsom 
15urlington, N. C. 



G. P. Rosemond 
Kinston, N. C. 



A. Rosenblatt 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Jamie H. Ross 
Ayden, N. C. 



Ezra W. Rowe 

Leakville, N. C. 



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C. L. ROYSTER 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Assistant Manager Bas- 
ketball; Commencement 
Marshal; "13" Club; 
Gorgon's Head. 

2 X 



Raymond J. Ruble 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Peter B. Ruffin 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Assistant Manager Foot- 
ball; Coop; German 
Club; Sheiks; Gimghoul. 

2 A E 



Fletcher D. Sain 
Lawndale, N. C. 



Andrew T. Sawyer 
Elizabeth City, 
N. C. 
n K A 




1931 

Sidney W. Sayre 
Tryon, N. C. 



W. B. Scales 
Salisbury, N. C. 
ATA 



Jack B. Schneider 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Erwin R. Scott 
Cummington, Mass. 

Elisha Mitchell Scientific 
Society. 



Emil N. Shaffner 

Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 

ATA 



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11 II. L. Shaner, Jr. 
Winston-Salem 
N. C. 

II K A 



i- P'', 



William G. Sheets 

Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 



J. H. Sheffield 
Canton, N. C. 

Freshman Boxing; Var 

sitv Boxing; Monograrr 

Club. 



W. A. Shelton 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 



Philip Sher 
Durham. N. C. 




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W. A. Sherrill 
Granite Falls, N.C. 



James R. Shirlen 
Swannanoa, N. C. 



A. deL. Sickles 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Assistant Manager Base- 
ball: Freshman Basket- 
ball; Freshman Y. M. 
Cabinet; Wigue 



and 



Ma 



Pli 



Blue Key; 
Assistant Leader Mid- 
Winter Dances. (3); 
German Club. 



BvRox A. Sieder 
South Orange, N.J. 

A T n 



Charles C. Sikes 

Monroe, N. C. 
2 X 



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S. L. SiLVERSTEIX 

Rockingham, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 
Yackety Vack Business 
Staff: Manager Fresh- 
man Baseball, (3). 



Wilfred N. Sisk 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Leo B. Skeen 
Biscoe, N. C. 
2 Z 



C. C. Skixxer 
Greenville. N. C. 

Freshman Track; Var- 
sity Track; Coop; Mino- 
taur s ; Commencement 
Marshal ; German Club. 



JoHX G. Slater 

New Bern. X. C. 

Basketball : Grail. 

n K * 




1931 

Bldd E. S.mith 
Benson, N. C. 



Cl.^ude a. Smith 
Asheboro, N. C. 



J.4CK W. Smith 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Z E 



Mattie D. Snider 
Robbinsville, N. C. 



William B. Sxow 

Asheville. N. C. 
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D. M. Snyder 
Hamlet, N. C. 



C. G. Southard 
Stokesdale, N. C. 



Philip Sowers 
Salisbury, N. C. 
A A T 



Paul R. Sparks 
Burlington, N. J. 

2 E 



W. F. Sprague 
Chicago, 111. 




1931 



F. P. Spruill, Jr. 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; 

Glee Club; Playmakcrs; 

Cabin. 



E. H. Stallings 
Enfield, N. C. 



W. A. Starbuck 

Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 

A 1 * 



Joseph B. Stein 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



S. B. Sternberger 
Wilmington, N. C. 

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JoHX H. Stewart 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Glee Club. 



Richard L. Sugg 

Southern Pines, 

N. C. 



George R. Sulkin 
Mattapan, Mass. 



Staff: Or- 
d; Transfer 
[. State. 



Hardy A. Sullivax 

Winter Garden, 

Fla. 



Albert E. Siskix 
New Bern, N. C. 




1931 

EvERETTE L. Swain 
Walkertown, N. Y. 

'I' K A 



William S. Tabb 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Freshman Football; Var- 
sity Football; Monogram 



John T. Talley 
New HiU, N. C. 



HuBER T. Taylor 
Como, N. C. 

y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 



Thomas J. Taylor 
Enfield, N. C, 



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Edward F. Thomas 

Bainbi'idge. Ga. 
e X. A X S 



Fred A. Thomas 
Ramseur, N. C. 



Fred C. Thomas 
Siler City. N. C. 
* 2 K 



Henry C. Thomas 

Charleston, S. C. 
A X 2 



JoHX L. Thomas 
Reidsvillf. N. C. 




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Marion B. Thomas 
Talladega, Ala. 

Transfer Howard 
College. 



G. D. Thompson 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Varsity Wrestling; 
Monogram Club; Com- 
mencement Marshal; 
German Club. 



W. C. Thompson 
Rosemarv. N. C. 



W. S. Tho.mson 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Z .V E 



J. R. TOMUNSON 

North Wilkesboro, 
N. C. 



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Virginia Turner 
Weldon, N. C. 
n B * 



James W. Vann 
Saletnburg, N. C. 



John S. Vaughan 

Woodland, N. C. 
e K N 



J. G. Wadsworth 
Williamston, N. C. 

A. S. C. E.; German 



Roger I. Wall 
Wendell, N. C. 




1931 

William R. Wall 
Tobaccoville, N. C. 



J. ^IcC. Warren 

Washington, N. C. 

Freshman Boxing; Var- 
sity Boxing; Varsity 
Football; Monogram 
Club. 



John S. Weathers 
Ocala, Fla. 



Roy B. Webb 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 



C. J. Weeks 
Whitakei-s, N. C. 

Assistant Manager Boj 

ing; Secretary Junic 

Class; German Club. 



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Kermit Wheary 
Crewe. Va. 



Ruth E. Wheaton 
Ogdensburg. N. Y. 
n B * 



H. P. Whisnant 
Belmont, N. C. 

Dialectic Senate; Fresh- 
man Football; Gaston 
County Club. 



Roy G. Whitaker 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



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C. L. White, Jr. 
Concord, N. C. 




1931 

Rankin J. White 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
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B. U. Whitehead 

Woodville, N. C. 



li.Kv C. Whiteley 
Morganton, N. C. 



R. V. Whitener 
Higli Point. N. C. 



DowD p. Whitley 
Monroe, N. C, 

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W. R. Whittenton i; 
Benson, N. C. 



R. J. WiLKERSON 

Roxboro, N. C. 



Ruth E. Williams 
Morven, N. C. 



Meade Willis 
Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 

Sub-Assistant Manager 

Baseball; Golf Team; 

Minotaurs. 



H. B. Wilson 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Glee Club; U. N. 
Band; Carolina Tar Hs 
Orchestra. 




1931 

P. C. WiMinsH 
Greensboro, N. C. 
n K * 



G. T. Winston 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
* K S 



Mary L. Withers 

Raleigh, N. C. 
n B * 



Maurice Wolfe 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Football; 
rennis; Ata 
, Club. 



Donald L. Wood 
Kinston, N. C. 

Glee Club; Tar Heel 
Staff; Yacketv Yack 
Staff; Phi Assembly; 
Freshman Inter-collegiate 
Debate; Inter-scciety De- 
bating; Y. M. C. A. 



Cabi 



Le Ce 

Bla 



cle 



White Revue: Wigue 
and Masque. 



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Edward J. Wood 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 A E 



C. K. Woodward 
Greenville, N. C. 
A T n 



H. V. Worth, Jr. 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Freshman Friendship 
Council; Phi Assembly; 
Circulation Manager Tar 
Heel; Circulation Man- 
ager Buccaneer; Yac^ety 
Yack Staff, (2). 

2 A E 



Ernest H. Wyche 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A X 2 




1931 



c. 


L. 


Wyrick 


Greensb 


oro, N. C. 


Fresh 


Tian 


Football and 


Baseb 


all; 


Varsity Foot- 


ball a 


nd B 


aseball : Mono- 


gram 


Club 


; President 


Sopho 


more 


Class, (2); 


Exec 


u t i V 


e Committee 




Junic 


r Class. 



W. H. Yarborough 

Louisburg, N. C. 

Sports Editor Tar Heel, 
(1); Assistant Editor 
Tar Heel, (2); Manag- 
ing Editor Tar Heel, 
(3); Sports Editor Yack- 
ety Yack, (2); President 
Publications Union 
Board. (2); Dialectic 
Senate; Junior Class Ex- 
ecutive Committee; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer 
German Club. (.1); Ger- 
man Club; Coop; Sheiks; 
German Club Executive 
Committee. 

2 A E 



E. D. Yeomans 
Washington. D. C. 



Wiley R. Young 
Angier, N. C. 



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Officers of the Sophomore Class 

Benjamin T. Aycock President 

Frank W. Slusser Vice-President 

John E. jMiller Secretary 

Royal R. Brown Treasurer 

Craig Wall Student Councilman 



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Abelson. S. B. 
Abernathy. J. M. 
Adams. S. 
Aderholdt. J. C. 
Alexander, T. W. 
Alford, G. H. 
Allen. A. N. 
Allen. L. M. 
Allison. H. C. 
Alphin. R. L. 
Alston, P. K. 
Anderson. H. L. 
Andrews, C. M. 
Andrews. J. 
Angotti, S. A. 
Armfield. J. W. 
Armfield. R. B. 
Askew, D. E. 
Atkinson. W. M. 
Ativeh, F. E. 
Auman, H. F. 



Austin. C. M. 
Austin. S. H. 
Averv, R. H. 
Ay cock. B. T. 
Badger, T. 
Baldwin. B. T. 
Barber. B. G. 
Barfield. W. C. 
Barham, S. A. 
Barkley, C. V. 
Barnes, H. M. 
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Hiller, R. L. 
Hinds, J. J. 
Hine, G. H. 
Hines. W. M. 
Hinkle. D. R. 
Hinkle. W. L. 
Hinson. S. W. 
Hocutt. H. Q. 
Hodges. B. H. 
Hodges. H. B. 
Hodges. H. M. 
Hodges, R. T. 
Hoffman, W. R. 
Hogan. N. T. 
Holcomb, C. E. 
Holland, J. S. 
Holland. M. W. 
Holland, Y. L. 



Holshouser, C. S. 
Holt. W. K. 
Hoover, W. L. 
Hornaday, F. 1). 
Home, J. R. 
Houser, J. P. 
Houser. W. H. 
Howard, W. A. 
Howe. H. R. 
Hubbard. J. R. 
Hubbard. R. B. 
Huff, R. D. 
Hughes, I. W. 
Hughes, R. E. 
Hunter. C. E. 
Hutchinson. J. C. 
Hvman, A. 
Idol. P. C. 
Ingold. G. F. 
Irvin. E. J. 
Irving. F. R. 



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Isley, J. M. 
Jackson, C. C. 
Jackson, J. W. 
Jackson, C. 
Jackson, P. R. 
Jackson, S. D. 
Jarratt, J. B. 
Jeffreys, J. F. 
■Jensen. C. A. 
Johnson, C. E. 
Johnson, L. L. 
Johnson, R. W. 
Johnson, T. B. 
Johnson, W. W. 
Johnston. A. H. 
Johnston. J. R. 
Jones, C. C. 
Jones, G. A. 
Jones, M. M. 



Jones, W. E. 
Jones, W. O. 
Justus. F. H. 
Karle. W. H. 
Kaufman, A. 
Kaufman, P. K. 
Keefe. J. E. 
Kelly, D. M. 
Kenan. J. G. 
Kincaid. T. R. 
King. R. B. 
Kluttz. C. H. 
Knowles. R. 
Koch. F. H. 
Kornegay. A. D. 
Kurfees, J. G. 
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Latham, J. D. 
Lawson, J. P. 
Laxton, F. M. 
Leary, H. A. 
Lee.E. L.. Jr. 
Lee, H. M. 
Leonard, C. W. 
Leonard, F. A. 
Lester, J. W. 
Levinson, M. 
Levy, T. D. 
Lewis, J. C. 
Lewis, W. E. 
Lindy, A. 
Lineberger, J. W. 
Lingerfeldt. T. H. 
Llovd. W. L. 
Loftin, C. L 
London, G. E. 
Long, J. J. 
Long, J. P. 
Long, R. V. 
Long, W. I. 
Lubetkin, H. L. 
Lucas, W. W. 
Ludenan, R. D. 
Lumpkin, N. W. 
Lvnch, J. M. 
Lvon. W. H. 
McAllister. H. C. 
McArthur, W. S. 
McCampbell, J. C. 
McCaskill, J. H. 
McCorkle, W. C. 
McCov. C. L. 
McDade. R. A. 
McDiarmid. D. A. 
McDonald, H. ,1. 
McDuffie, D. C. 
McDuffie. W. C. 
McGaulev, J. J. 
McGill. S. F. 
Mclllwaine. R. E. 
McKee, W. VV. 
McLean, J. A. 
McLean, M. A. 
McLean, W. B. 
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McLeod, F. A. 
McNeill, L. J. 
Macon, W. C. 
Madison, F. B. 
INIadison, R. 
Manheim, F. J. 
Mann. E. B. 
Mann, C. S. 
Manning, J. T. 
Margolis, J. H. 
Marguilies, L M. 
Markham, W. S. 
Martin, R. T. 
Martindale, H. S. 
Marvel, E. 
Marvin, J. R. 
Mashburn. T. M. 
Mason, R. H. 
Massengill, W. W. 
Mattocks, T. C. 
Maybank, T. 
Meacham, H. L. 
Mebane, R. J. 
Merritt, J. F. 
Miller, W. A. 
Miller, W. G. 
Minsker. B. H. 
Mintz, S. 

Misenheimer, C. P. 
Mitcham, W. C. Jr. 
Mitchelle, W. E. 
Mixson. S. J. 
Mobley, C. W. 
Moore, E. L. 
Moore, M. B. 
Moore. O. J. 
Moore, W. H. 
Moore. W. N. 
Moorer, M. P. 
Morgan, Z. V. 
Morisey. J. C. 
Morrison, M. S. Jr. 
Moss. F. M. 
!Mowery, H. B. 
Moye, J. M. 
Murphy, G. S. 
Nahakain, H. M. 
Navlor, B. 



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Newcombe, E. H. 
Newland, H. T. 
Newton, J. L. Jr. 
Nichols, C. I. 
Nichols, H. A. 
O'Brien, W. J. 
Oberfell, G. F. 
Oden. W. A. 
Olivirio, A. A. 
Orbaugh, R. E. 
Outlaw, M. 
Overstreet, H. 
Owen, O. C. Jr. 
Palmer, A. T. 
Parker, B. F. 
Parker. J. E. 
Parker. J. W. 
Parker, W. M. 
Parks. G. R. 
Parrott, A. 
Parsley, H. N. 
Pate, W. M. 
Patrick, B. F. 
Patrick, C. L. 
Patterson, C. J. 
Patterson, F. G. 
Patterson, W. B. 
Pattisall. R. O. 
Peacock, J. G. 
Peacock, J. T. 
Peacock. J. W. 
Peacock, P. N. 
Pearson, G. W. 
Peeler, P. M. 
Peetz. W. W. 
Pelton, P. P.. Jr. 
Penn, C. A. 
Peoples, C. C. 
Peres, I. S. 
Petree, W. S. 
Pettv, A. B. 
Phillips. F. T. 
Phillips. G. A. 
Philpott, B. C. 
Pickett. A. M. 
Pickett. R. L. 
Piland, N. E. 
Poindexter, H. O. 



Poole, R. W. 
Porter, M. G. 
Powell, A. V. 
Powell, E. C. 
Powell. W. C. 
Powell, W. L. 
Power, C. E. 
Pratt, J. H. 
Prince, B. C, Jr. 
Prince, M. 
Proctor, B. C. 
Propst, W. G. 
Rabinowitz, S. 
Radford, G. E. 
Ramsay, A. W. 
Rankin, B. J. 
Raper, J. R. 
Ratcliffe, T. E. 
Rav. F. 
Rea, T. E. 
Redding. T. S. 
Redfern, B. 
Redfern, R. A. 
Reid, G. 
Renegar, G. J. 
Renn, C. A. 
Reynolds, .1. W. Jr. 
Rice, I. 
Richardson. L. 
Riddle. R. B. 
Ridenhour, W. B. 
Riggs, L. D. 
Rilev. J. R. 
Ritchie, H. R. 
Rives. C. M. 
Roberts. D. B. 
Roberts, W. G. 
Robey, W. ^l. 
Robbins. J. C. 
Robinson. C. 
Robinson, E. T. 
Robinson, W. A. 
Rogers, C. P. 
Rooch, R. 
Rose. C. G. 
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Sale, H. S. 
Salley. M. C. 
Sandford, W. A. 
Sapp, R. E. 
Savage, F. L. 
Sawyer, A. 
Sawyer, C. M. 
Saylor, C. 
Scarboro, S. S. 
Scarborough, V. H 
Schenck, S. C. 
Seawell, D. R. 
Seglinson, E. N. 
Setser, A. L. 
Sewell, C. W. 
Sewell, D. M. 
Sharkey, J. P. 
Shelton, O. H. 



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Shepherd, W. \ . 
SherriU, J. A. 
Shlefstein, I. H. 
Shoemaker, J. R. 
Shuford, A. I. 
Shuford, J. A. 
Shuford, J. H. 
Sickler, W. B. 
Simmons, N. L. 
Singletary, W. C 
Skinner, A. C. 
Skinner, L. C. 
Slack, H. J. 
Slater, J. E. 
Sloop, J. D. 
Small, H. R. 
Smith. A. P. 
Smith, D. H. 
Smith, J. F. 



Smith, J. H. 
Smith, J. H, 
Smith, J. S. 
Smith, W. L, 
Snell. L. H. 
Snider, A. H. 
Spigel, J. N. 
Spradlin, W. H. 
Stafford. C. G. 
Stallings, ,1. O. 
Stallings, W. R. 
Stanley, R. W. 
Stanley, W. H. 
Staples, E. W. 
Starnes, H. W. 
Staton, R. H. 
Steele, A. M. 
Steere, J. E. 
Stikeleather, J. C 
Still. J. T. 
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Stone, G. G. 
Stone, M. F. 
Stone, W. H. 
Stowe, C. P. 
Strickland. J. F. 
Strickland. W. S. 
Studdert, R. S. 
Surprenant, L. C. 
Sutton, T. K. 
■Swann, T. F. 
Taylor, J. K. 
Taylor, S. N. 
Taylor. T. R. 
Teachey, W. 
Thomas, F. E. 
Thomas, H. N. 
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Thompson, P. M. 
Tilford, P. P. 
Toler, V. W. 
Trimble. C. W. 
Trotter. W. L. 
Turner, L. C. 
Urband, A. 
Van Cleave, R. A. 
Van Hoy, J. H. 
Valk, A. dcT. 
Verburg. P. L. 
Vick, G. R. 
Vinson, A. S., Jr. 
Volkman, N. H., Jr. 
Walck. C. W. 
Walker, E. G. 
Walker. T. H. 
Walker. W. W. 
Wall, W. S. 
Wanderman, I. L. 
Ward, J. S. 
Ward, S. A. 



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Warnom. A. H. 
Warren, R. T. 
Warshaver, S. E. 
Wasserman, J. L. 
Watkins. T. H. 
Watson. L. E. 
Watson, T. S. 
Weaver, G. B. 
Webb. A. 
Webb, G. L. 
Weeks. C. S. 
Weiland. H. J. 
Weinberg. S. L. 
Weinstein. M. 
Weinstein. M. D. 
Weis, G. O. 
Wells. N. E. 
Wescott, C. C. 
West. J. L. 
M'.stbrook. J. L. 
White. K. T. 
White. T. S. 
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Whitehart. G. L. 
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Whitfield. R. 
Widenhouse. J. W. 
Wilder. J. F. 
Wilkins. E. V. 
Wilkinson. H. H. 
Williams. B. B. 
Williams. E. C. 
Williams, J. R. 
Williams, J. W. 
Williams, S. W. 
Williamson, O. G. 
Williiord. J. R. 
Willis, E. C. Jr. 
Wilson, G. W. 
Wilson. H. M. 
Wilson. W. H. 
Wineeoff. G. M. 
Winig. B. 
Winstead. C. C. 
Winstead. J. D. 
Withrow. E. J. 



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Wood. H., Ill 
Wood. W. D. 
Woodard. L. C. 
Wornom, A. H. 
Worrell. T. M. 
Worseley, G. C. 
Worth. T. C. 
Wright. J. T. 
Wright. K. O. 
Wright. L. C. 
Wright. T. H. 
Yarborough. K. P. 
Yarborough. R. F. 
Yeomans. A. H. 
Young. G. M. 
Young. J. B. 
Young, N. R. 
Zaglin, J. G. 
Zelley. H. N. 
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C. W. GiioLSON, Jr President Laic School Association 

Third Year Law Class 
J. B. Lewis President 



J. H. Anderson 
E. O. Ayscue 
H. Bane 
A. M. Covington 

A. T. Daniel 

B. Eaton, Jr. 
J. F. Glenn 
A. \V. Gholson 



A. B. Holmes 
W. Hoyle 

W. S. Jenkins 
J. B. Lewis 
J. B. Linn 

B. T. Lord 
J. E. Magner 

C. S. Manguni 



G. D. McDaniel 
J. B. McMullen 
G. C. Meads 
J. A. Mulligan 
F. O. Parker 
F. A. Pollard 
H. T. Powell 
H. Rockwell 



C. O. Sapp 
W. D. Sharpe, Jr. 
A. K. Smith 
N. S. Sowers 
T. W. Sprinkle 
E. F. Taylor 
L. H. Wallace 
M. P. Wilson 



Second Year Law Class 



J. H. Chadbourn 

P. B. Abbott 

K. Barwick 

H. W. Blackstock 

M. Bryson 

J. H. Chadbourn 

G. V. Cowper, Jr. 

E. L. Curlee 

R. Duffy 



O. A. Warren 

J. G. Adams 

M. R. Alexander 

T. T. Brown 

M. S. Benton 

G. P. Boucher 

J. D. Bulluck. Jr. 

H. B. Campbell 

C. C. Cates 

W. T. Covington, Jr. 



J. T. Edwards 
S. Felshin 
C. O'H. Grimes 
.1. E. Johnson 
M. Kellogg. Jr. 
R. G. Key 
H. L. Lackey 
L. E. Lancaster 
G. E. Levings 



W. S. Malone 
R. McGinnis 
H. B. Parker 
C. Price 

C. E. Reitzel. Jr. 
H. Roane 
E. L. Russell 
P. Roland 
E. Scheldt 



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D. J. Craig, Jr. 
G. T. Davis 
W. P. Fuller 

T. J. Gold 
L. J. Giles. Jr. 
C. Graves, Jr. 
R. M. Gray, Jr. 
F. D. Hamrick 

E. A. Humphrey 



H. M. Kluttz 

A. W. Langston 
H. L. Lobdell 
G. A. Long 

W. L. Marshall, Jr. 
S. G. Morse 

B. M. Parker 
T. B. Rector 
H. L. Sain 



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G. A. Smith 
T. C. Smith, Jr. 
Y. M. Smith 
K. W. Swartz 
T. A. Uzzell, Jr. 
A. T. Ward 
J. A. Williams 
J. M. Wright 



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C. J. Shannon 
O. M. Smith 
P. J. Storey 

W. A. Stringfellow 
A. J. Stubbs 

D. E. Thomas 
M. L. Thompson 
H. N. Woodson 
O. A. Warren 




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G. C. Allen 


G. W. Heinitsh 


L. J. Ring 




J. M. Andre w 


C. F. Hudson 


J. M. Robertson 




L. A. Andrew 


A. A. James 


V. B. Rollins 




N. O. Bowman 


J. R. Johnson 


A. S. Rose 




L. G. Brown 


R. R. Little 


C. T. Smith 




L. M. Caldwell 


R. E. Lore 


A. T. Strickland 




H. L. Clapp 


C. C. Lupton 


T. H. Tomlinson 




R. B. G. Cowper 


D. R. McEachern 


T. G. Upchurch 




B. B. Dalton 


P. R. ^Laulden 


E. N. Walker 




J. N. Dawson 


W. C. Mebane 


N. E. Ward 




G. L. Donnelly 


J. M. Mewborn 


J. B. Westmoreland 




G. S. Edgerton 


Gladys Morgan 


W. E. Wilkinson 




C. P. Graham 


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J. B. Hall Secretary-Treasurer 



J. M. Alexander 
L. Appel 
A. E. Barnhart 
E. I. Christian 
M. Dworin 
W. H. Flythe 
W. O'K. Fowler 
H. W. Fox 
W. A. Fritz 
R. B. Garrison 



C. H. Gay 
W. B. Green 
J. B. Hall 
H. C. Harrill 
A. X. Johnson 
C. M. Kendrick 
J. W. Kitchen 
A. E. Knoefel. Jr. 
J. C. McAlister 
L. M. McKee 



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T. McG. Northrop 

R. M. Oliver 

H. M. Price 

J. T. Ramsaur 

A. M. Scarborough 

G. C. Shinn 

R. E. Stone 

H. E. Talmadge 

J. A. Turner. Jr. 



S. W. Vance 
W. W. Vaughan 
W. S. Wall 
W. R. Wandeck 
S. E. Way 
P. G. Weil 
J. A. Whitaker 
R. W. Wilkins 
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Travis Brown Ediior-'in-CJuef 

Robert Graham .'. Associate Editor 

Harry Galland Associate Editor 

Clyde Dunn Assistant Editor 

Mayne Albright Assistant Editor 

Herbert Taylor ^.Faculty 

Douglas Kincaid Seniors 

Ed Hamer Other Classes 

Holmes Davis : ictivities 

Swift Boatwright Fraternities 

AViLLiAM Petty Dance 

Billy Atkinson Sports 

Nick Docker y Photography 

Jim Kenan Bert Haywood 

Joe Adams George Waterhouse 



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Bob Mebane 
Charles Allison 
Ed Yarborough 
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Lawrence Harris 



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Norman Klein 
Steve Marsh 
Duval Lennon 
Clyde Duncan 
Sam Silverstein 
James Gatlin 
Charles Gault 
Ben Parker 



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William Hall 
Ted Levy 
Ed Marshall 
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Glenn Holder Editor-in-Chief 

Will Yarborovgh ....Managing Editor 

Associate Editors 

Jolin Mebane Harry Galland 

Assistant Editors 

Robert Hodges J. D. McNairy 

Joe Jones B. C. Moore 

J. C. Williams 

City Editors 

E. F. Yarborough K. C. Ramsay 

Elbert Denning J. E. Dungan 

Sherman Shore 

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Louis Brooks 
Charles Rose 
Mary Price 
Bill Roberts 
J. P. Tyson 
E. C. Daniel 



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George Seram 
Frank Manheim 
B. H. Whitton 
J. M. Little 
Hush Wilson 



Natlian Volkman 
W. A. Shulenberger 
G. E. French 
Vass Shepherd 
B. H. Barnes 
M. M. Dunlap 
Howard M. Lee 



George Barber 
Henry Wood 
Jack Bessen 
Everard Shemwell 
Ted Newland 
Jack Riley 
John Patrick 



J. J. Dratler 



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Marion Alexander Business Manager 



Ashley Seawell 
John Jemison 



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Tom Badger 



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Donald Seawell 



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Cy Edson .'. Editor-in-Chief 

Gil Pearson Art Editor 

Crawford McKethan I Associate Editor 

Kermit Wheary - Associate Editor 

Claide Farrell Assistant Editor 

Harry Galland Assist ant Editor 

Mary Price Exchange Editor 

Pete Gilchrist 
George Daxxexbaim 



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Phil Peacock 
John J. Smith 
"Doc" Foster 



Editorial Staff 

George Sulkin 
Amos Hill Tavlor 



Bob Betts 
T. P. Tyson 
Duval Lennon 



Bobbie Mason 
"Red" Manning 

Jack Sherrill 



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Ted Newland 
Katherine Noland 
A. M. Lansford 



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John D. Idol 

I. H. Manning... . 
James Harris 



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Assistant Business Manager 

Advertising Manager 

Collection Manager 




Stuart Carr 
John Clinard. Jr. 
Robert Davis 
Ed Hamer 
James Harris 
P. C. Idol 
W. A. Lane 



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Richard Marshall 
F. G. McPherson 
Alston Watkins 
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John Mebane Ediior 

Richard Chace issoclate Editor 

Jay Curtis issociate Editor 

Marion Alexander Bit sin ess Manager 

Louis V. Brooks Glenn Holder 

James Dawson Philip K. Kaufman 

J. E. Dungan J. D. McNairy 

Mary Marshall Dunlap Dorothy Mumford 

Milton Greenblatt J. J. Slade, Jr. 

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R. S. Farris President Student Body 

H. X. Patterson Secretari/ Student Council 

R. L. Graham Senior Representative 

L. H. FusSELL Junior Representative 

E. C. Wall Sophomore Representative 

G. D. !McDaxiel Laic School Representative 

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Harold S. Dyer Director 

Nelson O. Kennedy Pianist 

E. S. Clark Student Director 

OfBcial Staff Business Staff 

J. P. SciTRLocK President H. L. Lyon, Jr Business Manager 

T. C. Reynolds J'ice-President C. B. Overman Asst. Business Mgr. 

S. A. Lynch, Jr. Secretary W. G. Brown Librarian 







First Tenor 








Charles Aiken 
Charles Duffy 


Jay Glenn 
Frank Howell 


S. A. Lynch, Tr. 
E. L. Midgett 
M. P. Park 

Second Tenor 


Willia 
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m Petty 
Swain 


W. T. Whitsett 
George Winston 


C. H. Ballard 
William Barfield 
George Bennett 
C. E. Best 
Gilbert Blauman 


W. L. Boynton 
J. C. Connolly 
W. T. Davis 
C. H. Elkins 


J. P. Hill 
F. M. Laxton. Jr. 
R. F. Lowery 
H. L. Lyon, Jr. 

First Bass 


T. E. 
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Browr 


Marshall 
Parsley 
t Peeler 
ing Roach 


J. W. Slaughter 
Linwood Snell 
F. P. SpruiU 
J. H. Stewart 
F. P. Stompson 


William Allsbrook 
H. A. Boyd 
T. W. Bremer 
E. S. Clark 


E. V. Conrad 
A. H. Fleming. Jr. 
L. F. Hammond 
W. R. Hoffman 


W. F. Humphries 
W. L. Hunt 
Dodd Linker 

Second Bass 


C. B 
P. R 
T. C. 
Pryor 


Overman 

Patten 
Reynolds 
Rodwell, Jr 


Descum Roberts 
Herbert Thomas 
G, L Trull 
Earl Williams 


R. C. Atwood 
Gilles Brown 
Pierre Campbell 
Paul Carter 


J. L. Dickenson 
C. H. Fisher 
Edward Ferguson 
J. C. Goodwin 


Harland Jameson 
J. E. Miller 
F. M, Prouty 


Lawrence Ross 
J. P. Scurlock 
A. J. Stahr 
Robert Staton 


M, B. Thomas 
C. H. Whedbee 
Kenneth Wilson 
H. N. Zellev 



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The Y. M. C. A. Cabinets 

Jimmy Williams President of Y.M.C.A. 

John Laxg _ J ,. Vice-President 

Joe Eagles Secretary 

Ed Hamer Treasurer 



The Junior-Senior Cabinet 



Mayne Albright 
Johnson Alexand 



Clyde Du 
Joe Eagle 



Henry Ander; 
J. D. Barnes 
Swift Boatwri 
Bill Bridgers 
E. V. Conrad 
J. P. Cooper 



Carl Fisher 
Roscoe Fisher 
Noah Goodridge 
Ed Hamer 



John Lang 
I. H. Mam 
Beverly Mo 



A. D. Kincaid 
Frank O'Neil 
Pat Patterson 



The Sophomore Cabinet 



A. N. Daniels 



car Dressle 
J. Felton 
irry Finch 



rich 



Tom Follin 
G. E. Fr 
L. I. Gupto 
W. F. Humphr 
F. M. James 
Harlan Jameson 



G. H. Leonard 
Henry London 
T. E. Marshall 
C. G. Mock 
John Park 
R. C. Pond 



The Freshman Friendship Council 



Charl 


ES Allison 


Bob Atwood 


]. M. 


Auman 


Dallie 


Barham 


Bob 


Barnett 


Alex 


Biggs 


Henry Boyd 


Charl 


ES Brawley 


J. K. 


Bridgers 



J. E. Cuthrell 
Archie Davis 
Otis Davis 
R. D. Davis 
W. T. Davis 
Bob Drane 
L. A. Dudley 
C. S. Forbes 
J. E. Fountain 
A. C. Furchgot 
Moody Gaither 
R. S. Gidney 
Frank Ham 
H. M. Hodges 



C. S. Holshouser 
Bob Hubbard 
Percy Idol 
Jimmy Kurfees 
Joe Lineberger 
George London 
J. N. McCaskill 
Billy McKee 
John Manning 
Bill Markham 
V/. H. Moore 
Bob Mebane 
Ted Newland 
Nutt Parsley 



F. T. Phillips 
R. L. Pickett 
J. R. Raper 
Lee Richardson 
Raymond Ritchie 
W. G. Roberts 
C. G. Rose 
L. W. Ross 
S. C. Schenk 
J. A. Sherrill 
James Shuford 
Vass Shepherd 
W. C. Singletary 
Louis Skinner 



K. C. Ramsay 
J. B. Schneider 
Huber Taylor 
Jimmie William! 
J. C. Williams 



J. B. Spell 
H. H. Taylor 
M. F. Tinkham 
Craig Wall 
S. M. Yancey 
Ed Yarborough 



Harold Smith 
J. H. Smith 
A. M. Steele 
James Steere 
John Strickland 
F. E. Thomas 
Nathan Volkman 
George Vick 
Billy Walker 
Alex Webb 
C. S. Weeks 
H. J. Weiland 
Tom Worth 
Tom Wright 
Billy Walker 



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The Woman's Association 

Kitty Wells , President 

Ann ^Iellick Vice-President 

Phoebe Harding Secretary 

Olivia McKinnie Treasurer 

Sue Dent House President 





Mrs. Charlotte G. Adams 
Louise Adams 
Mary E. Adams 
Florence E. Ahner 
Penelope B. Alexander 
Fannie M. Ange 
Nancy Arnold 
Miriam L. Ashmore 
Carol A. Ballenger 
Carolyn R. Banner 
Elizabeth S. Barber 
Helen Louise Baylor 
Placid B. Bennett 
Nora Beust 
Sadie M. Bivens 
Ruth Blackwelder 
Evie M. Bobo 
Gladys A. Boyington 
Minnie Brasliear 
Hazel L. Brown 
Margaret J. Bruton 
Ruby D. Buck 
Margaret R. Bullitt 
Mary Burroughs 
Sarah J. Bush 
Sony Bynum 
Mrs. Kate J. Carmichel 
^Lirly L. Carpenter 
Nora Carpenter 



Mary A. Carter 
Olivia H. Chamberlain 
Ethel May Chapin 
Nellie Rives Cheek 
Elizabeth I. Christian 
Christine LeR. Coffey 
Eleanor R. Coker 
Beth Colley 
CJeorgia A. Couch 
Carolyn C. Cox 
Elsa S. Craig 
Lillian B. Crisfield 
Helen J. Crosson 
Anne Kelso Currie 
Sydney M. Curry 
Harriet Lane Daniel 
Julia C. Davis 
Suzanne T. Dent 
Virginia Lyn Denton 
Claire J. Douglas 
Virginia A. Douglas 
Inez S. Dudley 
Clyde Mason Duncan 
Mary Marshall Dunlap 
Celeste Edgerton 
Nancy B. Eliason 
Jeanette Ernst 
Helen Eubanks 
Lida H. Eubanks 



Sara G. Falkner 
Lucine Farmer 
Elzada Feaster 
Martha Willson Fcnn 
Mary K. Fleming 
Dorothy Fooshe 
Mrs. Marguerite C. Ford 
Maurine Forester 
Cornelia E. Frizzelle 
Marjorie Good 
Julia Graham 
Kate C. Graham 
Fannie M. Grainger 
Elizabeth M. Grant 
Mrs. G. P. Grisette 
Mrs. Nora D. Gumble 
Ruth E. Hamill 
I>elia B. Hampton 
Mary K. Harbin 
Phoebe Harding 
Annie Olivia Harmon 
Mrs. Loraine P. Hart 
Laurine Haynes 
Sarah Frances Heacock 
Katherine N. Hendricks 
Flora M. Hill 
Josephine Hill 
Marv Jane Hill 
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Mrs. Nelle B. Holibs 
Ethel Hood 

Elizabeth W. Howland 
Addis C. Huske 
Tabitha C. Hiitaff 
Lillie W. Jackson 
Sadie F. Jenkins 
Esther Clyde Johnson 
Elizabeth Johnston 
Edith C. Jones 
Elizabeth L. Kenfield 
Elizabeth C. Kennedy 
Katherine M. Kinard 
Mrs. Edna Coates King 
Date Parks Kitchen 
Edith C. Kyles 
Helen F. Lance 
Rachel Penn Lane 
Rosy Lazarus 
Ludie C. Lee 
Ida Belle Ledbetter 
Pearl Rose S. Lintner 
Marion S. Love 
Virginia Lumpkin 
Adelaide M. McAnally 
Marion V. McFetridge 
Bettie M. McGee 
Mary ^Lirgaret McLeod 
Helen O. McKay 
Olivia McKinne 
Ruth McCullough 
Mrs. H. L. Macon 
Edith H. Mangum 
Eleanore Martin 



Velma D. Matthews 
.\nne Melick 
Mary Ford Miller 
\'irginia ]\Lie Milmo 
\'era Millsaps 
Reeme Moore 
Stephanie Moore 
Hattie Belle Mooring 
(jiadys Morgan 
Edna E. Morrisette 
Dorothy Mumford 
Elizabeth Murphy 
Ruth Newell 
Mary ('. Norcrosi 
Martha E. Norburn 
Crowell Oliver 
Annette M. Osborne 
Ruth Page 
Mathilde M. Parlett 
Blanche Penland 
Celeste L. Penny 
Florence L. Phillips 
Emmie F. Polhill 
Martha H. Porter 
Mabel A. Powell 
Mary W. Price 
Elizabeth G. Reed 
Mary Adelaide Reed 
Mrs. Marie E. Reiss 
Mary L. Rigsbee 
Dorothy Rose Robinson 
Mrs. Bertha May Rogers 
Mrs. Carrie H. Schwenning 
Sallie E. Scott 



Catherine Sherard 
Connie E. Smith 
Mary Phlegar Smith 
Mattie D. Snider 
Emily White Stevens 
Martha Louise Thacker 
Mrs. Emma S. Trabue 
M. L. Troutman 
Lucile Turner 
V^irginia R. Turner 
Henrietta Underwood 
Gertrude Vaile 
Minnie L. Waldrop 
Marv Louise Wall 
Mildred Walker 
E. Noel Walker 
Jessie S. Ward 
M. Rebecca Ward 
Sarah Elizabeth Ward 
Mary Waiters 
Evelyn Way 
Ida Vivian Weaver 
Maude M. Webster 
Katherine Piatt Wells 
L. Elaine Wheaton 
George Wilcox 
Grace A. Williams 
Mrs. Helen V. Williams 
Lena Mae Williams 
Ruth E. Williams 
Janet H. Wilson 
Mrs. J. C. Wilson 
Mary L. Withers 
Jewell Louise Yow 




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American Institute of Electrical Engineers 

J. J. Alexander ! President 

T. V. Hedgpeth Vice-President 

F. R. Toms Secretary 

W. B. White . Treasurer 

Freshmen 

H M Allen T. L. Cordle W. H. Griffin G. W. Miller T. H. Walker 

H. M. Barry C. F. Crum C. N. Harris W. J. O'Brien. Jr. G. H. Ware 

F. S. Black F. G. Dellinger W. E. Harris B. C. Proctor G. O. Weis 
A. J. Bost T. C. Evans D. R. Hinkle J. E. Slater G. C. Worsley 
C. L. Bradley H. S. Fulcher L. L. Johnson J. F. Strickland G. M. Young 
J. K. Bridgers J. K. Galloway M. M. Jones J. B. Thompson H. N. Zelley 
H. F, Click G. W. Gorham F. H. Justus A. H. Taylor J. R. Hubbard 

J. R. Marvin 

Sophomores 

G. H. Alford T. A. Baroody I M Dnls F. M. Glover. Jr. J. L. Sherrill 
H. P. Baldwin W. D. Bryan A. H. Eliasson E. T. Gross E. L. Swain 
S. A. Barham G. H. Coats. Jr. E. F. Frisby C. A. Hensley D. J. Thurston 

J. L. Fisher 

Juniors 

J. T. Boysworth E. G. Hoefer. Jr. R. E. Hubbard W. P. McPherson A. M. Perez 

Page Choate G. F. Horney P. G. Johnson, Jr. W. R. Mills A. C. Robertson 

W. S. Crawford. Jr. J. M. Houston O. I. McCall E. S. Oakes G. D. Thompson 

C. P. Hayes, Jr. R. V. Whitener 

Seniors 

J. J Alexander F. E. Drake C. M. Lear J. E. Sherwood L. E. Tulloch 

W. C. Burnett T. V. Hedgpeth D. A. Nims J. E. Skinner W. B. White 

E. R. Davis F. B. Kuykendal F. R. Toms W. J. Wortman 



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C. E. Waddell 








President 


"Chuck" Erickson 









Vice-President 


R. J. White 






Secretary 


W. E. BOBBITT 








Treasurer 


John Andrews 


J. 


L. Ferebee 


J. 


I. Palmore 


R. B. Armficld 


P. 


L. Gilbert 


G. 


N. Pierce 


C. H. Atkins 


R. 


W. Goebel 


G. 


J. Quinn 


\V. M. Atkinson, Jr. 


1. 


A. Groom 


A. 


E. Reynolds 


A. T. Allen. Jr. 


H 


0. Hill 


T. 


M. Riddick 


J. F. Barret 


\V 


J. Homey 


F. 


C. Rankin 


C. H. Boyd 


W 


L. Harper 


O. 


D. Stinson 


A. C. Brown 


C. 


C. Howard 


J. 


P. Scurlock 


W. E. Bobbitt 


W 


L. Keller 


W 


O. Southerland 


J. E. Brown. Jr. 


O. 


W. Kochtizky 


H 


P. Thomas 


N. L. Bryan 


B. 


B. Lane 


C. 


H. White 


M. R. Cowper 


E. 


G. Long 


B. 


Whitton 


C. S. Dickie 


C. 


M. Ledbetter 


C. 


E. Waddell 


F. G. Dogget 


E. 


P. McLean 


R. 


M. Walford 


J. W. Doughtie 


H 


S. Mclver 


C. 


H. West 


C. R. Davis 


W 


M. McKinnev 


J. 


G. Wadsworth 


A. N. Daniels 


A. 


Mitchel 


G 


T. Winston 


S. J. Dunavant 


J. 


A. Moore 


R. 


J. White 


H. T. Erwin 


R. 
J. 


H. Moore 
L. Norris 


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E. L. LowERY — _ President 

R. A. Parsley First J'ice-President 

J. S. Newsom Second Vice-President 

E. L. Midgett Secretary 

J. B. PiTTANA Treasurer 

Faculty Members 

E. G. HoEFER, Honorary Chairman X. P. Bailey 

Student Members 

Attilio E. Bevacqua S. W. Hinson E. D. Lennon 

R. T. Burnett E. L. Kendrick J. H. Margolis 

Robert Cowhig Bloomfield Kendall J. A. McLean 

C. C. Cornwall V. L. Kenyon, Jr. R. E. Orbaiigh 
A. W. Dunbar Frederick Knoop, Jr. C. L. Petree 
A. C. Furgott, Jr. H. H. Kyle R. C. Plummer 

D. A. Harrell " J. H. Smith 



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■*• 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 Administration, the two Literary Societies, and the Student Body, 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 appointed by the President of the University. The President of the 
Debate Council is always a student, and one of the faculty members is always 
Executive Secretary, the latter office continuing from year to year. 

The present composition of the Debate Council is as follows: J. C. Williams, 
President; Professor George M. McKie, Executive Secretary; Professor Howard 
M. Jones, Professor Frank P. Graham. R. M. Albright, J. A. Wilkinson, J. C. 
Harris, and W. W. Speight. 



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The Dialectic Senate 



J. C. Williams President, Fall Term 

Garland McPherson President, TV inter Term 

T. B. Rector President, Spring Term 







Members 






Adams. W. J., Jr. 


Farris. R. S. 


Parsley. R. A. 


Whitmire. T. C. 


Ramsay. K. C. 


Armstrong. D. H. 


Follin, Marion 


Parham. J. M. 


Wimbish, Paul 


Parker. B. M. 


Alexander. J. M, 


Griggs. C. F. 


Patterson, H. N. 


Yarborough, W. H. 


Barnctt. R. W. 


Armfield, John 


Goodson. C. F. 


Royster. C. L. 


Wright, G. R. 


Adams. J. B. 


Burch. F. B., Jr. 


Greene, R. S. 


Rector, Beatty 


Mines. G. N. 


Snider. A. 


Brooks. C. M. 


Gray. R. M. 


Simpson, M, B. 


Wilson. G. W. 


Kenan, J. G. 


Bliss. W. M. 


Galland. H. J. 


Shedd, W. B, 


Starbuck. W. W. 


Rose, C. G. 


Bissell. W. N. 


Hamer. E, R. 


Sherfessee, Louis, J 


r. Lamm. R. W. 


Yarborough, K. 


Blond. C. A. Jr. 


Henderson, W. J. 


Sechler. C. W. 


Moore. M. P. 


Brooks, A. L., Jr. 


Bunett. W. C. 


Hunter. E. C. 


Seawell, M. B. 


McKee. W. W, 


Shepherd. W. V. 


Gates. C. C. 


Kincaid. G. A. 


Tatum, C. C. 


Wardlaw, Jack 


Hammond. L. T. 


Covington. R. O. 


Karriker. T. R. 


Torbert, J. F. 


Herkimer, B. J. 


Patterson. F. G. 


Coggins. G. R. 


Little. A. D. 


Thomas, F. A. 


Jackson, S. D. 


Maybank. G. W. 


Dunn. Clyde 


Morgan, R. H, 


Williams. J. R. 


Van Cleave. P. 


Phillips. C. T. 


Davis. G. T. 


Marshall. B. A. 


White, W. W. 


Parsley. H. N, 


Dickenson. T. L. 


Davis. W. G. 


McMichael, J. M. 


Webb, R, H. 


Webb, A, 


Wright, L. C, 


Douglas. A. E. 


McCandless. John 


Williams. J. C, 


Dickson, T. S. 


Wright, T. W. 


Dockery. N. W. 


Mclver. C. R. 


Whisnant, H. P. 


Meadford. W. C. 


McCorkle. W. C. 


Dungan. J. E. 


McPherson, Garland 


Whitsett. W. T. 


Shreve. C. A. 


Wood. H. 


English, D. L. 


Moore, B. C. 


Williams, J. S. 


Little. J. M. 


Williams. J. R„ J 


Edson. C. M. 


Moore. J. 0.. Jr. 


Wardlaw, C. D. 


Dratler. J. J. 


Flinn, L. 


French. G. E. 


Newman. G. F. 


Wardlaw. F, C. 


Conrad. E. 


Fleming-Jones, R. 



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The Philanthropic Society 

W. W. Speight Speaker, Fall Term 

J. A. Lang .....Speaker, Winter Term 

G. P. Carr Speaker, Spring Term 

R. M. Albright Lee Greer Charles Powell 

Robert Atwood B. L. Haywood J. H. Pratt 

J. M. Auman J. F. Hester C. A. Renn 

M. E. Avcocke J. R. Home B. E. Strickland 

T. R. Baldwin H. H. Hobgood W. W. Speight 

A. T. Barnes R. D. Huff J. B. Spell 

H. M. Barnes T. W. Hughes Walter Stone 

T. B. Beckham C. C. Jackson R. E. Stanton 

W. W. Blackman H. T. Jackson H. T. Taylor 

V. L. Brown J. F. Jackson W. E. Uzzell 

C. W. Carleton F. M. James J. W. Vann 

G. P. Carr A. D. Kornegay Herman Vinson 

T. B. Campen J. A. Lang J. E. Wall 

D. H. Clifton H. M. Lee G. B. Weaver 
W. T. Crutchfield P. G. Lee C. H. Whedbee 
Clarence Davis D. C. McDuffie W. R. Whittington 
J. R. Denning W. S. Montgomery J. A. Wilkinson 

C. C. Duffv Alfredo Nazerino N. B. Woodard 

E. B. Ferguson E. A. Neely T. C. Worth 

R. A. Ferguson M. Outlaw E. F. Yarborough 

L. J. Felton J. G. Pleasant T. T. Zoeflor 

C. S. Forbes R. W. Poole J. G. Zaglin 



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Wright, of Landis, N. C, and is now eontinued by his estate through the agency 
of the present Mr. P. E. Wright, of the same place. It is awarded to the better 
speaker of the winning team in the annual December debate between the Dialectic 
Senate and the Philanthropic Assembly. 

The debate for the scholastic year 1929-30 was on the query: "Resolved, That the 
Smoot-Hawley bill now pending before the special session of the seventy-first 
congress should be passed as introduced." 

The representatives of the Philanthro])ic Assembly were J. C. Harris and R. E. 
Stanton. They upheld the affirmative. The Dialectic Senate's negative aggregation 
was composed of C. A. Shreve and J. C. Williams. 

The Mary I). Wright Memorial Medal was won by J. C. Williams, of the 
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Bingham Memorial Debate 
June 8, 1929 

THE Bingham Memorial Debate was begun in 1899 at the instigation of the 
late Colonel Bingham. The Bingham medal is now given annually by Mr. R. W. 
Bingham in honor of his distinguished ancestor. The debate is always held during 
commencement, the medal being awarded to the best speaker of the contest. The 
contestants are representatives of the two campus literary societies. 

The debate for the scholastic year 1928-29 was on the query: '"Resolved, That 
the L^nited States should join the World Court." 

The representatives of the Dialectic Senate were J. C. Williams and F. G. 
McPherson. They upheld the affirmative side. The Philanthropic Assembly was 
represented by G. P. Carr and E. H. Whitley on the negative side of the issue. The 
affirmative was declared winner. 

The Bingham Memorial Medal was awarded to J. C. Williams, of the Dialectic 
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Debate Between the University of North Carolina 
and the University of Kentucky 

March 4, 5, 6, 7, 1929 

Query: "Resolved, That the public should own and 
operate the hydro-electric power plants of the 
country, with the exception of those which are 
already under private control and ownership." 

ON the above dates the representatives of the University of North Carolina, 
J. C. Williams, '30, and E. H. Whitley, '30, debated the representatives of 
the University of Kentucky at various points in the State of Kentucky — the final 
debate being held in the University auditorium, Lexington. This series of debates 
on the question of hydro-electric power was designed to be an educational program, 
since this matter was expected to constitute a major issue in the next gubernatorial 
campaign in Kentucky. 

The representatives of the University of North Carolina upheld the affirmative 
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Debate Between the University of North Carolina 
and the University of Texas 

March 5, 1929 



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the World Court without reservations." 



THIS debate was held at Chapel Hill as a special feature of the celebration 
conducted by the Texas Club of the University of North Carolina in com- 
memoration of the independence of Texas. R. B. Fisher, '31, and E. L. Haywood, 
'31, representing the University of North Carolina, upheld the negative side of the 
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April 9, 1929 

Query: "Resolved, That loyalty is the curse of the 
American College." 

THIS debate was held at Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina taking 
the negative side of the question, and being represented by L. T. Bledsoe, Law; 
H. N. Brown, III, '29; and H. H. Hobgood, '32. The debate was a no-decision 
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Radio Debate Between the University of North Carolina 
and the University of Virginia 

April 25, 1929 

Query: "Resolved , That national advertising as it is 
now practiced is both socially and economically 
harmful." 




T I THIS, the fii-st radio debate in which the University of North Carolina ever 
-^ participated, was broadcast from Station WRVA, Richmond. J. C. Williams, 
'30, and W. W. Speight, '30. representing the University of North Carolina, upheld 
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CaroHna, Wake Forest College, and N. C. 

State College 

December 12, 1929 

Query: "Resolved, That the nations of the world 
should adopt some plan of complete disarma- 
ment, excepting such forces as are needed for 
police purposes." 

TN the Carolina-Wake Forest end of this debate, at Chapel Hill. G. P. Carr, '30, 
-*- and T. E. Denton, '33, won a unanimous decision. The representatives of the 
University upheld the affirmative side of the question. The Carolina negative team 
of H. H. Hohgood, '32, and T. M. Mashburn, '33, upheld the negative side of the 
issue in a no-decision debate against N. C. State College at Raleigh. 



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

December 13, 1929 

Qiery: "Resolved, That the nations of the world 
should adopt some plan of complete disarma- 
ment, excepting such forces as are needed for 
police purposes." 

ry^HIS debate was held at Columbia. S. C, the University of North Carolina 
-■- taking the negative side of the controversy, and being represented by J. !M. 
Baley, '31, and C. W. Aleares, '31. The South Carolina team won the decision. 



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and Emory University 

Qi'ERv: "Resolved, That the United States should join 
tlic World Court without reservations." 

C^. P. Carr. '30, and R. B. Fislier, '31, were selected to represent the University 
-^ of Nortii Carolina in a debate against Emory University, at Atlanta. Emory, 
however, cancelled the debate a few davs before it was scheduled to occur. 



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Emory University, and Georgia School 

of Technology 

February 26 and 27, 1930 

Query: "Resolved, That modern science tends to de- 
stroy theistic faith." 

THESE debates were held at Atlanta, the University of North Carolina taking 
the affirmative side of the question in both of them, and being represented against 
Emory by W. W. Speight, '30, and McB. Fleming- Jones, '31 ; and being represented 
against Georgia Tech. by J. C. Williams, '30, and J. A. Wilkinson, '31. 



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Debates Between the University of North Carolina 
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February 28 and March 2 

Query: "Resolved, That tlit- nations of the world 
should adopt some plan of complete disarma- 
ment, excepting such forces as are needed for 
police purposes." 

T TPHOLDIXG the affirmative side of the question, tlie University of North 
^-^ Carolina team, composed of G. P. Carr, '30, and J. M. Balev, '31, met the 
representatives of George Washington University, at Chapel Hill, on February 28. 
On March 2. H. H. Hobgood, '32, and C. W. Meares. '31. upheld the negative end 
of tlie question against the George Washington debaters at AVashington. 



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Founded at Yale, lS4-i 



Colors: Crimson, Blue and Gold 



Publication: 1). K. E. Quarterlv 



Beta Cliapter 

Established 1851 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Dr. W. :M. Dnv Dr. F. P. \"en.\ble 






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Class of 1930 

D.wiD J. Cr-nk. Jr. Gordon Gr.w 

Jul:.\n B. Fen'-xer Haywood D. Holderness 

\VlLLI.\M S. KoEXIG 

Class of 1931 

Robert V. Br.\wlev Ch-\rle5 G. Ch-mh.\m 

JoHX T. Cr.mg G.avix H. Dortch 

\ViLLi.\M DvxN Archib.\ld D. Kixc.aid. Jr. 

John V. Lixdlev .Alstox S. W.atkins 

Clavde L. Whichard Meade H. Willis 



Class of 1932 

Thomas W. Alexander George L. Barlett 

Frank H. Dunn Johx W. McAllister 

Thomas L. Parsons Fraxk Smathers, Jr. 

Maxdeville a. Webb 



Law 



John B. McMillex 



X. WdODsnx 



.Aubrey L. Brooks. Jr. 
Raymoxd H. Chath.^.m 
Joseph W. Lixeberger 
Elliot H. Xewcombe 
Williaji V Shepherd 



Pledges 



Robert H. Carmichael 
-Archibald K. Davis 
Robert J. Mebaxe, Jr. 
ToHX A. Preston 
Edwin G. Walker 






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PHI GAMMA DEIdTA 

Founded at W ashington and Jefferson College, 18Jf8 

Color: Royal I'lirplt- Flnicer: Purple Clematis 

Publication: The Phi Gamma Delta 






Epsiloii Chapter 

Established ISol 



Fratres in Facilitate 

Ernest L. Mackie, Ph.D. James B. 

Sterling A. Stoudemire, M.A. 



3l;llitt, M.D. 



Fratre in Urbe 

Luther J. Phipps 



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Fratres in l"niver.sitate 

Class of 1930 

Bertram H. Brown Robert L. Graham 

DeWitt C. IVIcCotter 



Class of 1931 



Stanley E. Crew 
Kent Crueser 
Robert F. Dewey 
Berry G. French 



Robert E. Hlbbard 
Henry N, Patterson 
Arthur E. Reynolds 
Chalmers L. White, Jr. 



Class of 1932 



\ViLLL\M M. Bliss 
William D. Bryan. Jr. 
Stuart L. Clark 
John W. Clinard, Jr. 



Donald P. Cooke 
Charles E. Taylor 
Charles W. Taylor 
Herbert H. Taylor, Jr. 



Law 

Travis T. Brown 



Pledges 



George P. Boucher 
Robert B. Brock 
Charles A. Crowson 
Frank P. Davis 
Robert D. D.wis 
John S. Dozier 
Arthur H. Fleming 



Grosser M. Young 



Champ C. Henry 
William A. Howard 
James R. Hubbard 
Frank A. McLeod 
Jack C. Morisey 
Gilbert F. Oberfell 
Francis L. Savage 



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Founded at Miami University, 1S39 
Colors: Pink and Blue 

Publication: Beta Theta Pi 

Eta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi 

Established 1852 



Fratres in Facultate 

Alvin S. Wheeler, Ph.D. Kext J. Brown, Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

George W. Br.adh.am George Race 

Douglas L. Potter Charles E. Waddell, J?,. 

Marion G. Follin, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

Herbert T. Browne Geurge D. Moody 

Class of 1932 

Henry L. Anderson WiLLLAxr F. Draper 

Oscar W. Dresslar Frank H. Chamberlain Jr 

Thomas B. Follin Richard M. Fenker 

Marion S. Glenn Frank L. Sample, Jr. 

Charles D. Wardlaw, Jr. Frederick C. Wardlaw 
Donald B. Waugh 



T. A. UzzELL, Jr. 



Law 

John H. Anderson, Jr. 
. Gmdewell 



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Fisher S. Black 
Joseph E. Dunn 
.Andrew Hargreave 
Joseph J. McGauley 
C. As HEY Penn, Jr. 



P. W 

Medicine 

AucusTis S. Ros 

Pledges 

Willi A, M G. Roberts 
George G. Stone 
Walter W. Bacot 
Holmes Bryson, Jr. 
Lawrence Flinn 



Flower: Rose 



James M. Lynch 
John Patric 
Garrison Reid 
Charles G. Rose. Jr. 
J. Russell Williams, Jr. 
William T. Wilson 



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Founded at ColtimJiin Universiti/, 18Jf7 

St. Anthony Hall of University of North Carolina 

Esfahlished ISoJf 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

John Brandt Herman Walker Schnell 

Class of 1931 

Charles Robert Erskixe Adam Fisher. Jr. 

Kenneth Alexander Gav John Cameron Grainger 

Branche Edwards Paxton 

Class of 1932 

Wallace Talmadge Case Sydney Longstreth W. Lea 

Alfred Howard Paddison George Clifton Keim 

Stephen Davis Timberlake, HI 

Law 

Frederick Lee Byerly 

Graduate 

Roland Lincoln Kesler 

Pledges 

Paul Stuart Carter Harold Atla Haines, Jr. 

Carroll Pickens Rogers, Jr. 



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Founded at Union College, 1SJ,1 



Colors: Purple and Gold 



Publication: The Purple and Gold 



Alpha Sigma Chapter 

Established 1855 

Fratres in Facultate 

W. D. Toy R. E. Coker 

W. C. Coker G. C. Taylor 

A. R. HOLLETT 

Fratres in Universitate 



Class of 1930 



Henry McK. Baggs 
William O. Bennett 



Robert A. Hovis 
Granville H. Swope 



Class of 1931 



W. Kennett Blair 
William F. Day 
Roy W. Franklin 



Harold W. Glascock, II 
William H. Norman 
Robert Reeves 



Class of 1932 

Robert H. Avery Franklin Gray 

Thomas Badger, III Fred B. Greer 

Whitner N. Bissell T. Gilbert Pearson Jr 

R. E. Coker, Jr. George N. Pierce, II 

John S. White, Jr. 



Law 



W. S. Malone 
L. W. Wallace 



G. E. Levings, Jr. 
KiLLiAN Barwick 



Graduate 

BURXHAM S. COLECRN, Jr. 



Pledges 



Charles W. Allison, 
Robert C. -'\t\vood 
Pierre Campbell 
Robert K. Cowhig 
Hubert D. Crow 
Thomas A. Da\idson 



J. Banks Young 



Ellis Dudley 
John F. Jeffreys, Jr. 
William C. AIitcham, Jr 
William B. McLean 
Joseph H. Xorman. Ill 
\\. Marvin Robey, Jr. 



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PHI KAPPA SieMA 

Founded at the Uiiiver.fiti/ of Peiiiixi/lvania, 1S50 
Colors: Old Gold and Black Publication: Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter 

Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma 

Established 1856 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Isaac H. Manning. M.D. English Bagby, Ph.D. 

Henry H. Williams. Ph.D. J. Merritt Lear. M.A. 

Gregory L. Paine, Ph.D. Robert H. Sherrill. J\I.A. 

Samuel Selden, B.A. 

Fratres in t^niversitate 



Class of 1930 



William J. Adams. Jr. 
William L. Hunt 



David .\. Nims 
John W. Wardlaw 



Class of 1931 



Frederick M. Brickman. Jr. Willia.m D. Merritt. Jr. 

Arthur M. Kirkpatrick Michael Schenck. Jr. 

John J. Kirkpatrick Frank P. Spruill. Jr. 

Isa.^c'H. Manning. Jr. George Taylor Winston 

E. George Hoefer. Jr. 



Class of 1932 



W. GiLLES Brown 
Richard G. Burwell 
Harry Latta. Jr. 



Arthi-r W. Kaufmann 
Victor E. Ruehl, Jr. 
Fredrick M. Proutv 



Beaumert H. Whitton 

Medicine 

James A. Turner. Jr. 

Graduate 

RiCH.\Rii G. Walser 

Pledges 

Robert W. Drake Tames B. Thompson 

John T. Manning Thomas H. Walker 

William S. Markham, Jr. George W. Wilson, Jr. 

James E. Steere, Jr. Hugh McL. Wilson 

John F. Wright 



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GOODRIOSE HARRIS HOLMES HUDSON 




J.H.LONDON L.F.LONDON PARSLEY RHETT 



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SIGMA ALPHA BPSIILOM 

Founded at the Z'liii'ersiti/ of Alahama, 1856 

Colors: Old Gold and Purple Flower: Violet 

Piihlications: The Record, and Phi Alpha (Secret) 

Xi Chapter 

Established 1857 

Fratres in Facultate 

Robert D. \V. CnxxoR. Ph.B. Edward V. Howell, Ph.G. W, W. Pierson, Jr., Ph.D 
Almonte C. Howell, Ph.D. Robert H. Wett.\ch, S.J.D. James N. Ashmore 
George F. Horner, A.M. Charles Morris 



Fratres in Uni\'ersitate 

Class of 1930 

Robert Hoke Webb 
George W. Sanders 

Class of 1931 

John S. .Iemison 
John H. London 
Lawrence F. London 
E. S. Nash, Jr. 
R. A. Parsley 
William H. Yarborough 

Class of 1932 

Joseph Carpenter 
J. Holmes Davis. Jr. 
J.\ckson Dunavant 

Law 

Adams William P. Fuller 

.\. Baron Holmes C. J. Shannon, HI 

Medicine 

Frederick W . Dick 
Graduates 

Thomas Bennett ^L\RSDEN Bellamy, Jr. 

Pledges 
Joel B. Adams Bryan Grant H. N. Parsley 

F. G. Ballenger L W". Hughes F. G. Patterson 

W. E. Barnes J. G. Kenan .'\.le\'ander Webb, Jr. 

H. G. Connor, III Theodore ALaybank T. C. Worth 

R. L. Covington W. J. O'Brien, Jr. Kemp Yarborough 



William C. Cheatham 
Stuart A. Farleigh 



Cunningham W. Constantine 

Noah Goodridge 

W. W. Heffelfinger, Jr. 

James H. Hudson 

W. B. Huger 



William M. Atkinson 
Swift M. Boatwright 
RoYALL R. Brown 



J. Fleming Wily, Jr. 
Leon a. Spaulding 



Albert M. Rhett 
Peter B. Ruffin 
William C. Thompson 
Edward J. Wood 
Hal \'. \\'0RTH 



Lawrence R. Harris 
George \\'aterhouse 
E. F. Yarborough 



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Color: White 



Edward T. Brown, M.A. 
George Howe, Ph.D. 



Founded at New York Vnivers'ity, 18J^6 

Flo-icer : White Carnation 
Publication : The Circle 

Upsilon Chapter 

Established 1858 

Fratres in Facultate 

Henry JoH.vsTOaX. A.B. Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., Ph.D. 



STON 

Charles S. Mangum 



M.D. Robert Meade, A.I 



Fratres in Urbe 

Louis Graves Robert W. Wi.nston 

Fratres in Universitate 



Charles F. Williams 
Newton S. Calhoun, Jr 



Albert W. Cowper 
Lvnn Wilder 
Paul A. Tillerv 



Class of 1930 

Homer LeGrand Lyon, Jr 
Charles L. Smith, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

!\L\YNE Albright. Jr. William B. Snow, Jr. 

William P. McPherson George D. Thompson 

Burgess V. Whitehead Thomas jNL Riddick 

Williams Cooper Marion R. Cowper 

Class of 1932 

Woodward L. Boynton 
T. Norfleet Webb, Jr. 
H. Haywood O'Donnell 
Herbert Thorpe Gregory 

Law 



John W. Graham 
Robert Zealv 



Peter S. Gilchrist, Jr. 
Edward K. Graham 
Samuel McConnell, Jr. 



Ch.^rles R. Rouse 
Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 



George V. Cowper, Jr. 
Thomas Gold 



Charles O'H. Grimes 
Marvin Wilson 



Medicine 

RoscoE B. Gray Cowper 
Pledges 

Milton A. Barber Arthur deT. Valk 

Frederick P. Laxton Julian T. Baker 

Ashby L. Baker Joseph H. Pratt 

Louis Whitehead John Smith 



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PE&LER PESCHAU RANDELL RICHARD50N SLUSSER 






TAYLOR UPSHAW WITHERS 



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Founded at the College of Neic Jersey, 182^ 
Colors: Scarlet and Blue Publication: The Chakett 

Alpha Alpha Chapter 

Established 1858 
Fratres in Urbe 

Joseph Maryon Saunpers John McIver Foushee 

Fratre in Facultate 

George F. Sensaeaugh 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Baxter T. Davies Isaac Hall Huske 

Cyrus Melvin Epson Luther Corwin STEWARb 

Walter Eugene Eskew Ralph L. Randell 

Class of 1931 

Jack Barrows Coursey Ernest Duval Lennon 

Robert Farrell Crawford Biggs MacKethan 

Claude Farrell E. Adams Neely, Jr. 

E. L. Haywood Arthur G. Peeler 

W. Gregg Sutton 

Class of 1932 

John B. Peschau 
Louis Sherfesee 
Frank Willard Slusser 
Amos Hill Taylor 
Sage H. Upshaw 



Henry Bell Benoit 
Adlai H. Eliason 
James A. Hudson 
Ernest W. King 
Joseph Falls Morris 



Willard Lee Parrish 



William A. Withers 



Law 



LeRoy Wells Armstrong Edward Scheidt 

A. K. Smith 

Medicine 

Paul Gregg Weil 

Pledges 



Lucas Abels 
John D. Branch 
James H. Krider 



A. C. Skinner 



Phillip Peacock 
Lee Richardson 
LeRoy' Johnson 



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AtPHA ^AU OMEGA 

Founded at T'irginia Militori/ Institute, 1S65 

Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue Flou-er: White Tea Rose 

Publication: The Palm 

Alpha Delta Chapter 

Established 1S79 

.Fratres in Facilitate 



Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., Ph.D. 
EuGEXE C. Branson. A.M. 
Harry F. Comer 
Wm. D. :\IacMillan, Ph.D. 
Howard R. Huse 



Atvvell C. McIntosh, A.M. 
Gerald R. McCarthy, A.M. 
Thomas S. McCorkle 
William R. Abbot, A.M. 
Keener C. Eraser, Ph.D. 



Fletcher McLuix Green 
Fratre in Urbe 

Joseph Hyde Pratt 

Fratres in Univer.sitate 

Class of 1931 

Herbert A. Xelson George J. Quinx 



Charles P. Erickson 
Paul L. Gilbert 



A. Sieder 
Thomas Griffix" 



Class of 1932 

Charles K. Woodward Lelaxd W. Sale 

William Gordon Boger Barrox K. Grier 

Lofton P. Brooker H. Fred Jones 

Kexxeth M.\rland 



Law 



B. Thorx Lord 
Allston T. Stubbs 



F. Ogdex Parker 

T. Carlisle Smith. Jr. 

Medicine 

RuFus R. Little 
Pledges 

George Jones Joe Gant 

John Sloop Chester Brown 

Peter Garland 



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KAPPA AtPHA 

Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1856 

Colors: Crimson and Gold Flowers: Red Rose and Magnolia 

Publications: Kappa Alplia Journal, Special Messenger (Secret) 

Upsiion Chapter of Kappa Alpha 
Fratres in Facultate 

Howard W. Bailey. A.B. .1. G. tieR. Hamilton, Ph.D. 

Edgar W. Knight. Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universilate 

Class of 1930 

Stephen H, Millender David J. Ward 

Eugene E. Wells 



Class of 1931 



William G. Carr. Jr. 
Howard R. Garrett 
Joseph deR. Hamilton, Jr 



William S. Lindsay 
Arth'r D. Little. Jr. 
William B. Oliver 



Class of 1932 

Frank A. Cole, Jr. Alonzo R. Pekkins, Jr. 



Samuel T. Peace, Jr. 



Oscar B. Carpenter 



Law 



Thomas H. Redding 



Hugh L. Lobdell 



Medicine 

Harry E. Talmadge 

Graduates 

John C. Herbert Fr.\nk S. Howell 

Robert M. Wallace 

Pledges 

BuRWELL A. Allen Edward B. Mann 

Stephen W. Carpenter James S. Morrison 

John W. Daniel W'illiam W. Taylor 

Alfred T. Hamilton W^illiam L. Trotter 

Rolfe E. Hughes Thomas Watkins 



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Founded at Miami University, 18Jf8 

Colors: Argent and Azure Floxcer: White Carnation 

Publications: The Scroll and The Palladium 

N. C. Beta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta 

Established 1885 

Fratres in Facilitate 



William S. Bernard, A.M. 
C. T. McCoRMicK. A.B., LL.B. 
William P. Brandon, A.M. 



Patrick H. Winston, A.B. 
William F. Prouty, Ph.D. 
Thomas F. Hickerson, Ph.D. 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

Phillip L. Thomas Ernest W. Ewbank 

George R. Benton, Jr. 



Lewis E. Scoggins 
Walter Alex Daley 
Horace M. Barnes 



Class of 1931 

William R. Mills 
Thomas M. Cleland 
Daniel Charles DeWolfe 
William P. Freeze 



Class of 1932 



Tad L. McLaughun 
Edward Mosely Fonvielle 
E. D. Gill 



Carroll H. Koonce 
James P. Bunn, Jr. 
Thomas Edmunds Marshall 



Pledges 



Elbert C. Daniel, Jr. 
Norman Grantham 
JuLiEN K. Taylor, Jr. 
Kenneth T. White 
Hasel L. Meacham 
Jonathan W. Jackson 



Rodney Knowles. Jr. 
Howard Martindale 
Howard T. Newland 
John Peacock 
Thomas Pe.^cock 
William H. Griffin 



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Sie-MA Mil 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1S6S 

Colors: Black. White and Gold Flower: White Rose 

Publication: The Delta of Sigma Nu 

Psi Chapter of Sigma Nu 

Established 1S88 



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Harry W. Chase. Ph.D. 
WiLLTAM D. McNiDER. M.D. 
S. M. Breckenbridge, Ph.B. 



Fratres in Facultate 

Clarence A. Hiebard. A.M. 
Earle E. Peacock, A.M. 
A. Henderson, Ph.D., LL.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 



C. C. Peacock, A.M. 
T. B. Woosley, A.m. 
j. C. Lyons, Ph.D. 



Emerson P. Dameron 
Donald W. Graham 
Edward R. Hamer 



A. Branch Carr 
John Phil Cooper 
William C. Crawford 
W.^LTER M. Crouch 



Class of 1930 

Arch T. Allen. Jr. Robert L. Murphy 

Frederick L. Carr, Jr. Julian I. Palmore 

George W. Hamer Charles M. Redfern 

Thaddeus V. Hedgpeth Wixgate E. Underhill 

Class of 1931 

Willis I. Henderson 

Eugene G. Hines, Jr. 

E. Cooper Person, Jr. 

John G. Wads worth 

Class of 1932 

Lawrence B. Johnson 
Henry M. London, Jr. 
Law-rence L. Miller 
John A. Park, Jr. 
Law 
Charles Price \Villl\m L. Marshall. Jr 

Graduates 



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



James G. Skinner 
W. Iverson Skinner 
Charles H. Whedbee 
Marion B. Thomas 



Walter D. Creech 



Tames B. McMillian 



Pledges 



Frank Bennett, Jr. Charles Suttle Forbes 

James Harry Bunn John Sadler Hayes 

Charles Stuart C.'irr James Thomas Griffith 

Edwin Brown Davis Walter Austen Lane 

Edw.\rd Benjamin Ferguson George Elliot London 



WiLLiA:ii Crump McCorkle 
James McKinney Moye 
Arnold Holmes Snider 
Louis Cherry Skinner 
Thomas Hasell Wright 



Benjamin Clifton Prince 



Lenoir Chambers Wright 



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Founded at Miami University, June 28, 18S5 

Colors: Blue and Gold Flozcer: White Rose 

Publication: The Magazine of Sigma Chi 

Alpha Tau of Sigma Chi 

Established l.SSO 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Herman G. Baity, M.S. Wesley C. George, Ph.D. 

Freperick H. Koch, A.^I. William N. Evans, Jr., LL.B. 

James Jerry Slade, M.S. John W. Lasley, Jr., Ph.D. 

R. P. McClamrock, Ph.D. James F. Royster, Ph.D. 

Frederick B. McC.^ll, LL.B. 

Fratre in Urbe 

William D. Scott 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Leonard Howlett Hole 
LoY DuRANT Thompson 
-■\dolphl's Mitchell 

Class of 1931 

Chauncy Lake Royster 
Edwin Russel Lipsco.mb 



Fenton Andrew Adkins 
William Lumsten Fe-'^ring 
Thomas Allison Hunter 



John Craig Shelton 
William Lytch Carlisle 
Augustus Henry Jarreit, Jr. 



Nichola West Dockery 
George Francis Jacocks 



Arthur deLoss Sickles 
Bonner Mills 



Class of 1932 



Cl.\rence Vernon B.\rkley, Jr. 
John Gray- Blount Ellison 
Steven Andrew Lynch, Jr. 
William Turrelius Myers 



William Calvin Petty, Jr. 
Walter Thomas Rose 
Thomas M. Shelton, Jr. 
Edwin Craig Wall 



Medicine 

William }iIebane Amos Neill Johnson 

Law 

Jesse Spencer Bell Glenn Terreble Garratt 

John David Bulluck, Jr. 



John S. Adams 
ToRGLER F. Adkins 
John M. Abernethy 
Turner B. Bunn 
Arlindo S. Cate 
Stu.art M. Chandler 



Pledges 

D.\nD P. Henry 
WiLMER ^L Hines 
Henry Wood, HI 
Charles E. Holcomb 
J. Bruce Jarratt 
Wiluam H. Karle 



James W. Peacock 
Jacob H. Shuford 
.■\. Harold Staton 
James G. Stikeleather 
William L. White 
W. Howard Wilson 



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KAPPA SIGtMA 

Founded at the University of Bologna, 14-00 

Established in America at the University of Virginia, 1867 

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

Publications: Caduceus, and Star and Crescent (Secret) 

Alpha Mu Chapter 

Established 1893 
Fratres in Facultate 



John Grover Beard, Ph.D. 
GusTAVE M. Braune, B.S., C.E. 
Robert A. Fetzer, B.S., M.A. 
Elmer G. Hoefer, B.S., M.E. 



Sturgis E. Leavitt, Ph.D. 
Mahcus C. S. Noble, Ph.D. 
Charle?'Thom.\s Woollen 
E. J. Woodhouse, A.B., LL.l 



Fratre in Urbe 

George Edward Shepard 

Fratres in Univer.sitate 

Class of 1930 

Francis Rogers Toms 
Class of 1931 

George Lewis Bagby Joseph Colin Eagles 

John Leonard Brown, Jr. Charles Ellis Ford 

William Clyde Dunn Peter Leland Henderson 

George Parrott Rosemond 
Class of 1932 
William Ashby Bridgers Robert Walker Geitner 
George Phifer Houston 
Joel Jenkins Hutchinson, Jr. 
John Augustus Kleimiere 
Law 
Robert McDonald Gray, Jr. 
Medicine 
Robert Mitchell Oliver Richard Winborne. Jr 

Pledges 



Svdnor Moye Cozart 
John Elisha Davis 
Harry Clinton Finch 



Robert Sills Overman 
William Gordon Reid 
William Robert Satterfield 
George Hunter Ware 



RuFus Alexander Brown 
James Polk Gray 
William Rhyne Hoffman 
Platt Walker Landis 
Roy Arnold McDade 



Thomas Skinner White 



Paul Phillip Pelton 
Benjamin Cabell Philpott 
EvERARD Baxter Shemwell 
Ernest W. Staples, Jr. 
Eugene Lee Webb, Jr. 



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PI KAPPA AIdPHA 

Founded at University of Virginia, 1S68 

Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Publications: Shield and Diamond, Dagger and Ke}' (Secret) 

Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha 

Established lS9o 

Fratres in Facilitate 

GrsTAVE A. Harrer. Ph.D. George McF. McKie, A.M. 

Howard M. Jones. Ph.D. Tohx E. C-\rrol. Jr., A.M. 

Hen-ry F. Hunt, M.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Francis Marion Hoe'ston Edward Lemuel P.\tterson 

James Lvtch McNair, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

JoH.v Bulla Ashcraft .\lrert Throssell Hickin 

Andrew Tver Sayer H-\rry Linden Shaner, Jr. 

Robert Edward Lee Holt. Jr. Ch \ri.es Stowe Moody 

Class of 1932 

George Edward French, Jr. Adrain Shuford. Jr. 

Richard Wilson ^L^rshall Tom White Weeks 

Anton Ale.xander Phillips L vwson Henry Lowrance 

Horace Hines Ward Thompson 

Law 

Howard Lackey Henry Roane 

Clay Carter Studdert 



John Angier Blue 
Edgar Alan Bisanar 
Claude Baxter Clark, Jr. 
William K. Holt, Jr. 
John Watkins Williams, Jr. 
Richard Xeely Barber. Jr. 
Vachel Thomas Chears, Jr. 



Pledges 

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Shelton Gorrell 
Clarence Latimer McCoy, Jr, 
Richard Spencer Studdert 
Harvay Clinton Brady 
Harry Halleck Cassada 
Frank Morton Hawley 
Alex Hupgins Wornom 



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BROWN DANIEL DAVIS GHOLSON GILBREATH 




GILLESPIE GRAVES HOVLE KOCHTITSKY MARTIN 




MclNNIS McLEOD MOORE NEWAAAN ONEIL 




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Founded at the College of Charleston, 190J, 

Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose 

Publications: Star and Lamp of Pi Kappa P!ii, Fokromix (Esoteric) 

Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi 

Established 1914 

Fratres in Facultate 

Spruill, Litt.B. William Olsen, M.A. 

WiLLL\M Grady Pritchard 



Dudley DeW. Carroll. A.M. CoRvnoN P. 
Jefferson C. Bynum, M.S. (Oxon) 



Thurston Ray Adams 
.Arthir Hugh Martin 
Clifton Edward Pleasants 



Marshall Duskin Rand 
Beverly Cooper Moore 
Ollen D. McLeod 



Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Charles W. Banner, Jr. Frank Church O'Neil 

William Edgar Bobbitt John .\lbert Vann, Jr. 

Ernest Cleuell McInnis 

Class of 1931 

Ker.mit Wayne Welborn 
Allen Cook Boren 
George F. Newman, Jr. 
John Gary Sl.\ter Paul Cunningham Wimbish 

Class of 1932 
Theron Remfry Brown Ch.vrles Martin Farmer 

Thomas Pittman Davis James Baster Dawson, Jr. 

John McIver Gillespie John Ulpin Gilbreath 

Adrian Nathan Daniel, Jr. Osc.\r Wilbur Kochtitsky, Jr. 

Law 

Walter Moore Bryson .Alfred Waddell Gholson. Jr. John Frazier Glenn, Jr. 

Calvin Graves. Jr. Walter Hoyle " Henry Thruman Powell 

Medicine 

William O'Kelly Fowler James Bkhwnlee Hall. Jr. Robert Wallace Wilkins 



Robert Waller .Achurch 

Harper Barnes 
Henry .-^rmistead Boyd 
Charles Heriot Brawley 
Wayland C. Buchanan 



Graduates 

Aubrey Almxzh Perkins 
Pledges 

William N. Dixson, Jr. 
Bernice D. Farmer, Jr. 



James William Williams 



Fenner Tilden Phillips 
Schuyler C. Schenck, IV 



Moody Zimria Gaither, Jr. George A. Phillips, Jr. 



William Woodard Walker 



James Gordon Kurfees 



James Harold Smith 



Buxton Barker Williams, Jr. 



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Founded at the College of the City of Xezc York, 1S99 

Colors: White. Nile Green and White Flotcer: White Carnation 

Publications: The Carnation (Exoteric), The Sphinx (Esoteric) 

Alpha Delta Chapter 

Established 1920 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Walter Reese Berrvhill Maurice Taylor Van Hecke 

Fratre in Urbe 

Douglas McIxtosh Fambrough 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

William Howard Brown Milton Stanley Sturm 

Robert C. ^Ierritt, Jr. James Keefe Ward 

Class of 1931 

Charles Chapman Duffy 
CowN Carson Foard 
Joseph Fairfield Hester 
Pedro Pablo Kjellesvig 
George Martin Koehl 



Joseph Paxton Watkins, Jr. 
Class of 1932 

William Richard Battley 
Richard M. Chamberlain 
Charles Castner Cornwall 
Hansel Dalton Ketchie 



.-\lax Ashworth Marsh.^ll 
B.\rron Lloyd Ritchie 
William Agurs Starbuck 
William Archie Sugg 
Fred Amick Thomas 



KoLEEix LuDwiG Kjellesvig 
Dewey Little Raymer 
Lowell Thomas Wells 
Gordon Houston Sturm 



RoDOPH Duffy 



Law 

Claude Everett Reitzel 



Graduate 

Carl Vernon Farriss 

Pledges 

Charles Walton Carlton John W. Reynolds, Jr. 

Harry Glenn Frazier Roderick ^IcLeod Gillies 

Clarence E. Johnson \\'illiam Lowe Roth 

Thomas Brown Watkins 



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JAMESON LANE MAXWELL MURPHY OWEN 




ROSS SHERRILL STONE THOMAS THOMPSON 




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CTHETA CHI 

Founded at Norrcich University, 1856 

Colors: Military Red and White Flower: Red Carnation 

Publication: The Rattle 

Alpha Eta Chapter 

Established 1920 



Fratres in Facultate 

SaML'EL HrXTIXGTOX HOBFS 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

J. Johnston Alexander William E. Axglin 

J. Robert Ingram, Jr. 



CUss of 1931 



Joseph K. Rav 
James Clivie Goodwix 
E. Frank Thomas 



Kenneth A. Bell 
Xeill a. Thompson 
J. Vassie Wilson, Jr. 



Class of 1932 



D. Russell Foster 
Harlan Jameson 
Jack L. Sherrill 



Ray Henderson 
Joseph D. Ross, Jr. 
O. Haywood Weeks 



Law 

Lawrence J. Giles, Jr. R. Parker \\'aynick, Jr. 

Medicine 

William S. Wall 

Graduate 

Vernon L. Wharton 



Pledges 



Charles Aiken 
Ronald Brooks 
Charles Boyd 
Kelly Bridgers 
Thomas A. Glascock 
Robert Hubbard 
Staton McIver 
B. B. Lane 



Emory !M.\rvel 

\\'. H. Maxwell , 

G. S. MURPHEY 

O. Clyde Owen. Jr. 
Edward Ratcliffe 
Marion F. Stone 
William H. VanEvery 
Douglas Wood 



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ARAAFIELD DOUGHTIE FEREBEE FOUNTAIN GAULT 




HEINITSH HILLER JACKSON KAPP KLUTZ 




MILLER MOCK PICKETT POND C.D.ROLLINS 




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Founded at Bethany College, 1859 
Colors: Purple, Wliite and Gold 

Publication: The Rainbow 



Flotcer: Pansv 



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Established 1921 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Harold D. Mever Charles Dale Beers 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Philip Jackson Eumond Law Waddill 

Thomas M. Snyder 

Class of 1931 

Jerrv Whitsett DorcHTiE Joseph P. Fox 

James L. Ferebee Wallace Bryan Scales 

Emil Nathaniel Shaffxer Kermit W'heary 

Richard B. Armfield 

Class of 1932 

C. Hege Kapp Charles D. Rollins 

C. Glenn Mock Henry J. Stultz, Jr. 

John Marion Miller Fred E. Atiyeh 

Law 

James H. Chadbol'rn \\'n.nAM D. Pope Sharpe, Jr. 

Medicine 

George W. Heixitsh Vance B. Rollins 



Pledges 



J. Emerson Fouxt-\in 
Charles Gault 
Richard Hiller 
Charles H. Kluttz 
R. Caffrey Pond 



Lai'rence Pickett 
Harry R. Small 
J. Harold Smith 
Cameron \\'eeks 
Gilbert O. Weis 



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Founded at the Uiiiversity of Richmond, 1901 
Colors: Purple and Red Floxcers: American Beauties and Violets 

Publication : Sigma Plii Epsilon Journal 



North Carolina Delta Chapter 



Established 1921 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



John H. Dougherty 
Sanford C. Harper, Jr. 



L. Erastus Reves, Jr. 
Ashley F. Seawell, Jr. 



Class of 1931 

June U. Gunter Thurman R. D. Karkiker 

Lawrence T. Hammond Herman S. Merrell 
Malcolm B. Seawell 



Class of 1932 



Ben T. Aycock 
Maurice Eighme 
Pat H. Johnson 



B. B. Forrest 
R. Henry Temple 
Sam M. Yancey 



Law 



Marion R. Alexander 
Hall Blackstock 
James Birney Linn 



Jajies Edward M.agner 
B. Moore Parker 
Clarence Odell Sapp 



Pledges 



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Fred Cain 
.■\llen Caldwell 
Paul Cooper 
James Crews 
Simmons Mixon 
Charles Cheek 
William Hall 



Earl Higdon 
Jesse Johnston 
Thomas Johnston 
John Latham 
Marvin Porter 
Thomas Redding 
Donald Seawell 



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BROWN COATES J.COHEN 




R.COHEN EISNER FELSHIN GLABERSON LEVY 




MARPET NEIMAN PERES 



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SOSNIK SPITZER 



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^AU EPSItOM PHI 

Founded at Columbia University, 1909 

Colors: Lavender and White Floicers: Lily of the Valley and Violets 

Publication : The Plume 

Omega Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi 

Established 192^ 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

JUDAH ShOHAN 

Class of 1931 

Arthur R. Marpet David Neiman 

Philip Sher 

Class of 1932 

Samuel J. Breen Raymond Cohen 

Nestor Y. Sosxik 



Law 



Seon Felshin 



Pledges 



Edward Brenner 
George Brown 
Norman N. Coates 
Joseph Eisner 
Samuel Glaberson 
Sidney L. Hirsch 



Jero.me J. Cohen 



Theodore D. Levy 
I. E. Peres 
Lawrence E. Spitzer 
George Sulk in 
Samuel E. Warshauer 
Nathan Volkman 



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Founded at Driiry College, 192^ 

Colors: Argent, Crimson and Gold Floxcer: White Rose 

Publication: Theta News 



N. C. Gamma Chapter 

Fratre in Facultate 

L. M. Brooks, Ph.D. 



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Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Shelton Brinson Hunter Fred Odell Johnston 

Fr.\nk Allen Jones Napoleon Bonaparte Lufty 

James R. Maus 

Class of 1931 

Francis Marvin Adams Fred Jennings Southerlakd 

Merrit Clarence Baker John Southgate Vaughan 

Charles Howard Henry Charles Lloyd Wyrick 

Hilliard Baxley' Wilson 



Class of 1932 



John Morgan Cheek 
James Emmet Doughton 



Ralph Bryant Cheek 
Lorimer W. Midgett 



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Thomas Penn Crane 
Edwin M. Culpepper 
Charles Graham Daniels 



Thomas Phillips Isbell 
Claude William W.'^lck 
Steven Wall 



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Fnundrd at Oglethorpe Universitij, 1916 

Colors: Black and Gold Flou-er: American Beauty Rose 

Publication: The Rose Leaf 

Epsiloii Chapter 

Established 1925 



Frjitre in Facilitate 

E. K. Phyler, Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



E. Robert Davis 
Harry M. CtIlbert 



Theodore R. Keith 
Alex Mexdexhall 



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Howard F. Chrisco Roscoe B. Fisher 

Colbert F. Crutchfield Armondo M. Perez 

Joseph C. Faulkxer Wallace Shelton 

Carl H. Fisher Phillip K. Sowers 

Class of 1932 

JoHX Henry Isexhoir Will R. Taylor, Jr. 

Pledges 

Hamptox W. Borixg Thomas M. Mashbl-rn 
Charles F. Crews Doxald J. Rules 

Ward L. Hixkle William S. Wall 

Max W. Holland G. Lee Whiteheart 

George M. Wixecoff 



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IdAMRDA CHI AIdPHA 

Founded at Boston College, 1909 

Colors: Purple. Green and Gold Flower: Violet 

Publications: Purple, Green and Gold, Cross and Crescent 

Gamma Nu Zeta 

Established 1922 



Fratres in Facultate 



R. C. Bullock 
Karl H. Fvssler 



A. K. King 
R. R. Potter 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



Cameron Cakdwell Meador 
Tack Raymond Murphy 



M. Greer Stutz 
Thomas Roger Walker 



Class of 1931 

Frank J. Householder. Jr. Johx Aaron Prevost 

Edwin G. Long, Jr. VVhitner Harris Prevost 

John Daniel Walters 



Class of 1932 



Hubert Russell ^Iiller 
John Edward Miller 



Howard Graydon Bowman 
John Calhoun Connolly 

James B. Spell 

Pledges 

Ralph Fleming Charles Stowe 

Macon Hewitt Wade Stanley 

Philip Padgett Rudolph Roberts 



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Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 190S 

Colors: White and Gold Floxcers: Daffodils and Lily of the Valley 

Publication: The Monad 

Xi Chapter of Sigma Phi Sigma 

Established 1926 

Fratres in Facultate 

Otto Stuhliian. Jr., Ph.D. Will Dockerv Merritt, M.S. 

Fratre in Urbe 

Bill C.\rbixe. Jr. 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

JoHX Henry Bruxjes \Villi.\m Gordon Dike 

R-\Y Simpson F.^rris John Fred Ford 

S.\M Stevenson :McNeely. Jr. Richard JNI. Walford, Jr. 

Henry Her.manx zurBirc. 

Class of 1931 

Joseph Andrew Carpenter .Alfred Alexander Mount 

George Luscius Sheram. Jr. Evan James Vaughn 

Class of 1932 

X'erxon Lewis Briggs Jack Brodie Farris 

Carl Francois Griggs Paul Alexander Guthrie 

Edward Benedict Kidd. Jr. Lewis Joseph Loveland 

Calvin Grier Todd Calvin Luther Todd 

George Louis VanEchop, Jr. 

Law 

Gregory Andrew Smith 



Pledges 



John F. Geiger 
Daniel E. Gray. Jr. 
Joseph Hixds 
Thomas E. Rea 



Kenneth R. Tunstall 



Henry E. Gibbons. Jr. 
Jerome Hamer 
Charles L Loftin 
J. Reid Shoemaker 



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JENKINS JONES MANN McGLAMERY MERRITT 




MITCHELLE PETREE PHOENIX PROCTER SARTWELL 




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Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, .imhcrst, 1S7S 

Color: Magenta Flower: Rtd Carnation 

Publication: The Signet 

Upsilon Deuteron Chapter 

Fstablished 19-26 

Fratres in Facilitate 



R. B. Lawson 

F. C. ViLBRANDT 



T. L. Kesler 
C. T. McHale 



Fratre in Urbe 

John L. Hulshouser 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

J. P. ScuRLOCK W. T. Jackson, Jr. 

E. H. Denning C. H. White, Jr. 

A. S. !\Iaxn, Jr. 

Class of 1931 

F. C. Thomas W. H. McGlamerv, Jr. 
E. M. Fowler Robert Hanscombe 
Donald Wood H. W. Jones 

R. T. Proctor 



Class of 1932 



R. T. Jenkins 
G. C. Cochrane 

H. J. DiLLEHAY 

L. O. Gupton 

R. T. Whittington, Tr. 

D. il. McGlamery 



R. T. Sartwell 
\V. T. Fitzgerald 
J. C. Teachey 
C. M. Andrew 
C. B. Pheonix 
i\I. M. Fitch 



Law 

EDMrxn L. CuRLEE 
Medicine 

Glenn S. Eiigerton 
Pledges 

W. S. Petree T. C. Evans, Jr. 



C. M. Rives, Jr. 
W. E. Mitchelle 
J. F. Merritt 



W. W. Peetz 
H. F. Click 
G. R. Vick 






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Founded at the College of the City of Neic York, 1898 
Colors: Gold, Blue and Wliite 

Alpha Pi Chapter 

Established 1927 



Fratres in ITniversitate 

Class of 1930 

David L. Avxer Harry J. Gai.laxd 

Class of 1931 

Solomon B. Stekxui-kguk Daniel J. Pachman 

Class of 1932 

Floyd J. Pearlstixe Lionel B. Weil, Jr. 

Harry Gump George Dannenbaum 

Norman B. Klein Robert Dannenbaum 

Pledges 

Harold Cone Frank J. Manheim 

Julian Spigel Seymour Abrams 

Seymour Mintz 



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Founded at the Universit 1/ of Michigan, 193^ 

Colors: Black and (iold Flower: Pansy 

Publication: The Torch of Sigma Zeta 

Gamma Chapter 

Established 1928 

Fiatre in Facilitate 

RrPKRT Bayliss Vance. Ph.D. 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

Ralph Cordelle Greene Willis Guilford Whichard 

Frank Philips Stimson Joseph Herman Brisson 

Eugene Leary William Julian Stone 

Walter F. Owen 

Class of 1931 



Fred Brenning Bunch. Jr. 
Norman Luther Bryan, Jr. 
Leo Brown Skeen 
James Lawerence Coley 
James Harold Sheffield 



Howard Prestin WhisnanT 
Gus Obie Davis 
Rankin Jones White 
Meban Thomas Lea 
Milton Percival Park 



Class of 1932 

Casper ^Larion .Austin (Isgood Jefferson Young 

Alden Joseph Stahr Carl Milton Tucker. Jr. 

Stephen Parker Marsh Norwood Eason Bryax 

AvERETTE Jack Mitchell Edward Victor Conrad 

Frank \\'ilson Farrell 



Law 



Agustus ^^cA. Covington 



I1i:nrv Brvce Parker 



Medicine 

Henkle ^L Price 



Pledges 



Benjamin Barber Frazer 
Entis Tilden Robinson 
Clarence Arthur Jensen 
Josey Kay Galloway 
Romulus Hoke Flynt 
Joseph Elmo Huffman 



Vernon Harry Scarborough 



Thomas Henry Brooks 
John Sparks Griffin 
John Caldwell McCampbell 
John Clayton Purser 
Canfield Smith Dickie 
Benjamin F. Parker 



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Founded at George Washington University, IQlJf 

Colors: Maroon and Blue Flower: Rose 

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

Omega Chapter 

Established 1928 

Fi'atres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



Sidney Brick 
Gabriel M. Cohen 



Marry Grossman 
Leonard D. Lewis 



Class of 1931 

iliLTON Cohen Harry Kramer 

Sam Silvkkstein 



Class of 1932 

Stanley B. Abelson Robert L. Kushner 



Pledges 



Jack Bessen 
Milton Fleishman 
Samuel Glass 
Morris Krasny 
William Liberstein 



Henry Lubetkin 
Jack Margolis 
Irving Maroulies 
Benjamin Minsker 
Elias Seligson 



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Founded 19z 



Colors: Orange and Blue 



Flower: Sweet Pea 



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ToHx E. Lear, E.E. Ralph M. Trimble. C.E.. M.S. 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



William Clingan Burnett 
WiLLL\M Henry Drv 
Charles Merritt Lear 



William Herbert McCall 
George Pryor Stone, Jr. 
John Robert Wells 



Class of 1931 



Ernest T. Gross, Jr. 
Charles A. Henslev, 
William Hooks Lane 
Fred Jovner Moore 



Robert Festus Welch 



Jesse Strickland Newsom 
Charles Be.\tty Overman 
Robert Cronly Plummer 
Pelham Powell Renfrow 



Class of 1932 



Austin Newland Allen 
Callis Harvey Atkins 
John Frederick Barrett 
Albert Curtis Brown 
Robert Trafford Burnett 



IvEY Addison Groome 
John P. Mehaffey 
Hermit E. Smith 
William Odell Southerland 
Ernest M. Whittington, Jr. 






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Founded 192 ^ 



Fratres in Facilitate 



Floicer: Cape Jessamine 



James O. Bailev Hexuv N. DeW^ick 

William T. Colch Mikphv D. Ranson 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

HaRRV J. P.KAINAKD C.AKLAXn McPhERSON 

Glen p. HoLnER James G. Poole 

William J. Horney Lawrence P. Stack 
John Mebane Samuel Wiley 

Samuel G. Winstead 



Class of 1931 



Matthew George Henry 
Jay Curtis 



John Croom 
Sherman Shore 



Class of 1932 

Samuel K. Austin J. Elwin Duncan 

P. Oscar Carver Tames D. McXairy, Jr. 

VV. Eugene Coxnaly James Wickmi-i-e Smith 

Samuel Byrd Winstead 



Law 

Dave Thomas 

Graduate 

Haywood Parker, Jr. 



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Louis V. Brooks 
S. H. Crumpler 
W. V. Covington 
Alonzo M. Lansford 
Roland Long 



Morgan P. Moorer 
George W. Thomas, Jr. 
Tames L. Thomas 
William H. Spradlin, Jr. 
Henry Weiland 



Robert Hodges 



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Founded at the Uniz-ersity of Xorih Carolina, 19^-^ 

Colors: Purple. Cerise and Gray Fluicer: White Rose 

Publication : Sigma Epsilon Scroll 

Fratres in Facultate 

T. Willis Posey. A.M. 
.1. Lerov Smith, A.M. 



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H. Edward Thompson. II J. Xelsox C.\ll.\h.ax 
RlCHARD A. Freemax 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

Carl W. Blackwood G. Harold McCormick 

George B. Goode Dermot Lohr 

LiNwoop P. Harrell Calvix S. McLaughlix 

William H. Potter 

Class of 1931 

William X. Lawrence Tack W. S.mith 

Paul R. Sparks Dowd P. Whitley 

J. Curtis Blackwood Cleox ^^■. Goodwix 

John C. Sales 

Class of 1932 

B. George Barber, Jr. 
William E. Uzzell 

Medicine 

Samuel E. Pace 



Pledges 



VVyndham W. Hewitt 
Frederick C. Krauss 



Joseph J. Loxg. Jr. 
Jerry Newtox 



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PHI KAPPA DBPTA 

Founded 1926 
Colors: White and Light Blue 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1930 

J. A. Lang F. C. Rankin 

R. F. LowRV AIiNOR Barklev 

J. C. Williams 

Class of 1931 

C. O. Matthews W. K. James 
L. H. FussELL E. L. Swain 

D. C. Edwards H, F. Turner 

J. P. Sherrill 

Class of 1932 

N. E. Wiggins 

Law 

O. M. Smith 



Pledges 



F. D. Clawson 
J. C. Cox 



Deems Clifton 
James Van Hoy 



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CHI OMU&eA 

Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1895 

Colors: Cardinal and Straw Floicer: White Carnation 

Publication: Eleusis 

Epsilon Beta Chapter 

Established 1923 
S or ores in Urbe 



Mrs. Donald Coney 
Mrs. R. D. W. Connor 
Mrs. William T. Couch 
Miss Nellie Graves 
Mrs. Guy Johnson 
Miss Estelle Lawson 



Mrs. J. C. Lyons 

Mrs. E. L. Mackie 

Mrs. H. D. Meyer 

Mrs. W. W. Pierson, Jr. 

Miss Margaret Pritchard 

Mrs. Wallace Smith 



Sorore.s in Uuiversitate 

Class of 1930 

Mary Price 
Sidney Curry 
Dorothy Fooshe 



Class of 1931 



Ruby Buck 
M.'Vry Burroughs 
Polly Carter 
Ida Currie 



Harriet Daniel 
Mary Norcross 
Edna Morrisette 
Kate Parks Kitchin 



Graduates 

Elizabeth Howland 
Elizabeth Murphy 
Katherine Sherard 



Pledges 

Elsie Grady 
Louise Thacker 
Louise Wall 



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GRAHAM HARDING HILL MANGUM M'ALISTER 




M'ANALLY M"^ KAY M^KINNE MELICK MILMO 




REED TURNER WAY WITHERS 



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Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 

Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Flower: Wine Carnation 

Publication: Tlie Arrow 

North Carolina Alpha Chapter 

Established 192S 

Sorores in Urbe 



Katheeine Batts 
Elizabeth Bransox 
Katherine Martin 
Grace Duncan 
Rosalie Thrall 
Susan Ross 
I\Irs. Hill Shine 



Mrs. Harry Russell 
jMrs. a. S. Lawrence 
Mrs. Hugo Giddis 
Mrs. Fred AIcCall 
Mrs. Dougald MacMillan 
Mrs. W. E. Caldwell 
Mrs. Edward Brown 



Mrs. H. F. Comer 

Sorore.s in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



Elizabeth Barber 
Mary Lewise Carpenter 
Eleanor Coker 
Anne Kelso Currie 
Celeste Edgerton 



Virginia M. Milmo 



Sara Falkener 
Maurine Forester 
Phoebe R. Harding 
Helen McKay 
Anne C. Melick 



Pledges 



Margaret Bullitt 
Kate C. Graham 
Adelaide Reed 
Virginia Turner 
Edith Mangum 
Mary Laurens Withers 
Josephine Hill 



Adelaide McAnally 
Elzada Feaster 
LiLiE W. Jackson 
Clyde Duncan 
Olivia McKinne 
Evelyn Way 
Jean ^LacAllister 



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Founded at Louisville Medical School, 1893 

Colors: Green and White Floicer: Lily of the Valley 

Publication: Phi Chi Quarterly 

Sigma Theta of Phi Chi 

Established 1905 



Fratres in Facilitate 

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

Wesley C. George, Ph.D. M.D. 

W. Reese Bervhill, M.D. 



Fratre in Urbe 

Calvert T. Toy, M.D. 

Fratres in Univer.sitate 
Second Year Medical Class 



RoscoE B. Gray Cowper 
Glenn Saunders Egerton 
George W. Heinitsh 
RuFus Reid Little 
Duncan Roland McEachekn 



Vance Benton Rollins 
Augustus Steele Rose 
Clyde Timothy Smith 
Needham Edgar Ward 
ToKx Cephas Quickel 



First Year Medical Class 



James Brownlee Hall, Jr. 
William O'Kelly Fowler 
Robert Mitchell Olu-er 
James Allen Whitaker 



Samuel Eason Way 
William Stanley Wall 
James Annerton Turner, Jr. 
Robert Wallace Wilkins 



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TOMLINSON UPCHURCH 




FRITZ 




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GTHETA KAPPA PSI 

Founded at the Medical College of Virginia, 1S79 
Colors: Nile Green and Old Gold Floicer: Red Rose 



Publication: The Messenger 



Upsilon Chapter 

Established 1915 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

C. C LuPTox T. H. TojiLixsox, Jr. 

Fraxk Wilsox. Jr. T. G. Upchurch 

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Class of 1931 

A. E. B.\RXH.\RDT H. \\". Fox 

J. W. Kitchen W. A. Fritz 

\V. H. Flythe H. M. Price 

E. V. Moore C. H. G.^y 

H. C. H.\rrell 






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^IdPHA leAPPA KAPPA 

Founded at Dartmouth College, ISSO 



Colors : Dartmoutli Green and White 



Beta Iota Chapter 

Established 1923 



Publication: Centaur 



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Fratres in Facilitate 

Dr. I. H. Manning 
Dr. G. W. Carrington 
Dr. Eric A. Abernethy 






Fratres in Universitate 
Second Year Medical Class 



G. C. Allen 
L. A. Andrew 
L. G. Brown 
H. L. Clapp 
J. N. Dawson 
G. L. Donnelly 



C. F. Hudson 

J. R. Johnson 

S. E. Pace 

L. J. Ring 

A. T. Strickland 

J. B. \^■ESTMORELAND 



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First Year Medical Class 



T. M. Alexa.xuer 
D. M. Cogdell 
R. B. Garrison 
W. B. Green 
A. E. Knoefel. Jr. 



L. M. McKee 
T. N. Northrop 
J. T. Ramsaur 
."X. M. Scarborough 
W. R. Wandeck 



B. L. Woodard 



Pledge 

R. E. Stone 



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KAPPA PSI 

Founded at the Medical College of Tirginia, 1S79 

Colors: Scarlet and Gray Floxcer: Red Carnation 

Piibticaiious: The !Mask (Exoteric), The Agoa (Esoteric) 

Beta Xi Chapter 

Established 1915 



Fratres in Facultate 

John G. Beard Edward V. Howell 

Ralph W. Bost Marion L. Jacobs 

Edward V. Kyser 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



Robert B. Balton 
Range Edward Clark 
Matt Ransox Lewis 
Joe L. Pixnix 



Oscar Logan Umstead 
Leo C. Kelly 
Robert Glexx Kale 
L. E. Reaves. Jr. 



Class of 1931 

Lexie G. Barefoot Aarox Thomas Griffix 

James Clifford Coble Bexjamix H. Kent 

Philip L. Thomas 



Pledges 

Martin L. Clive Frank Benton Ham 

Clayton S. Curry .A. D. Edens 

\V. S. Crouch Frederick Roy, Jr. 

Arthl-r Cochrane. Jr. L. R. McLellax 



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PHI DEtTA em 

Founded at the University of Michigan, 18S3 

Colors: Old Gold and Dregs of Wine Flower: Red Carnation 

I'lihlicaiion : The Communicator 

Alpha Gamma Chapter 

Established 1923 

Fratres in Facilitate 

Honorary 

H. Smith Richardson 
Haywood M. Taylor 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



H. E. BoLEN 
T. A. LiBBus 



E. E. Merrill 
R. C. SisK 



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Class of 1931 

C. L. Clodfelter T. G. Braswell 

R. P. Craig T. W. Gordox 

H. M. Dellinger a. L. Harris 



Class of 1932 

L. E. Bunch G. A. Gurganus 

J. A. Creech A. M. Hicks 

F. M. Moss R. A. Redi-ern 
G. G. Tart 



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^tPHA CHI SIGtMA 

Founded at the Uyiii'ersiti/ of Jfiscoiisin, 1902 

Colors: Prussian Blue and Crome Yellow Fiercer : Red Carnation 

Publication: The Hexagon 

Rho Chapter 

Established 1912 

Fratres in Facultate 



Dr. F. p. Vexarle 
Dr. J. M. Bell 
Dr. a. S. Wheeler 
Dr. F. C. Vilbrandt 

Dr. R. W. 



Dr. J. T. Dobbins 
Dr. H. D. Crockford 
Dr. F. K. Cameron 
Dr. F. H. Edmister 
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Fratres in Univeivsitate 

Class of 1930 

R. E. Bass 
D. J. Brawley 

Class of 1931 

A. L. AlE-xander R. L. Poplin 

G. H. McCoRMic Frank Thomas 

R. H. Munch H. C. Thomas 

E. H. Wyche 



Class of 1932 

M. M. Matthews 
J. Allan Suther 



Earle O. Bryant 
P. S. Gilchrist, Tr 

P.' C. Usher 

Graduates 



R. F. Abernethy 
Miller W. Conn 
E. W. Constable 

D. R. Ercle 

E. S. Gilbreath 
E. E. Huffman 

J. B. JOVNER 



T. L. King 

H. .\. LjUNG 

W. T. Mattox 
C. R. McLellan 
Haywood Parker 
T. H. Sanders 
\V. \X. Williams 



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MILLS PATTERSON PLEASANTS J.C.SHELTON T.M. SHELTON 

SICKLES SLATER STULTZ WADDILL WATKINS 




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iTftPHA KAPPA P8I 

Founded at Nezc York University, 1904 
Colors: Blue and Gold Publication: Alpha Kappa Psi Diary 

Alpha Tau Chapter 

Established 1925 



Fratres in Facilitate 



DuDLEv DeWitt Carroll 
Claudius Temple Murchison 
Erle Ewert Peacock 



Harry Albert Haring 
Robert Allen McPheeters 
Collier Bryson Sparger 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



C. W. Banner 
M. G. Follin 
R. C. Merritx 
W. L. Carlisle 



D. C. McCotter 
J. C. Shelton 

L. C. Stewart, Jr. 

E. L. Waddill 



Class of 1931 

E. G. HiNEs C E. Pleasants 

C. B. MacKethan H. N. Patterson 

A. S. Watkins 



Pledges 



A. B. Carr 
J. P. Cooper 
W. M. Crouch 
O. W. Dresslar 
Robert Farrell 
M. S. Glenn 
H. J. Stultz 
John Clinard 



W. I. Henderson 
Harlan Jameson 
J. S. GoRHAM, Jr. 
S. A. Lynch, Jr. 
B. S. Mills, Jr. 
T. M. Shelton, Jr. 
J. S. Slater 
A. D. Sickles 



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AARON BARBER BRAINARD CONLEY 




EDWARDS FERGUSON H.D.HARRIS B.W.HARRIS JR. HIGDON 




LASSITER MENDENHALL MOUNT PREVOST REDDING 




ROACH THOMPSON WILEY WINECOFF ZACKARY 



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DMIdTA SIGMA PI 

Founded at New York University, 1907 

Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple Flower: Red Rose 

Publication: The Delta Sig 

Alpha Lambda Chapter 

Established 1925 



Fratres in Facultate 

G. T. ScHWENNiNG E. W. Zimmerman 

M. D. Taylor J. M. Lear 

H. D. Wolf M. S. Heath 

J. G. Evans 

Fratres in Urbe 

A. A. Perkins 
Thera E. Hinson 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 



H. I. Aaron 

B. W. Harris, Jr. 

E. E. Mendenhall, Jr. 

G. C. WiNECOFF 

H. G. Brainard 



W. L. HiGDON, Jr. 
J. C. Redding 
VV. H. Prevost 

G. L. CONLEV 

W. D. Lassiter 



S. R. Wiley 



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G. P. BouRDELOT F. J. Ferguson 

A. A. Mount J. F. Parrot 

W. C. Thompson H. D. Harris 

G. H. Roach 



Class of 1932 

R. N. Barber 

C. R. Zachary 
W. W. Edwards 
J. P. Sherrill 

Graduates 

Y. M. Smith 

D. F. Martin 



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Founded at the College of William and Mary, 1776 

Alpha Chapter of North CaroHna 

Gordon Gray President 

William Jackson Adams, Jr. Vice-President 

Thomas James Wilson, Jr. Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer 



William Jackson Adams, Jr. 
Charles W'hitlock Banner, Jr. 
Marcus Battle Braswell 
Travis Taylor Brown 
Clarence Coleman Cates 
Ralph Stokes Collins 
William Rodolph Curtis 
Charles Patterson Graham 
Robert Lee Graham, Jr. 
Gordon Gray 

Robert McDonald Gray, Jr. 
Ralph Cordell Greene 
Robert Alexander Hovis 



Eleanor Elliott Carroll 

Columbia 
Mary Louisa Cobb 

North Carolina 
Louis Graves 

North Carolina 
Barbara Henderson 

North Carolina 
.■Mma Holland 

North Carolina 
Katherine Jocher 

Goucher 



Student Members 

Frank Short Howell 
Franklin Banks Kuykendal. Jr 
John Albert Lang 
John Baker Lewis 
Rufus Reid Little 
George Attmore Long 
John Milton McNeil 
Charles Staples Mangum. Jr. 
William Leak Marshall, Jr. 
Tames Eric Merritt 
Robert Long Murphey 
Samuel Eugene Pr.ce 
Haywood Parker. Jr. 



Members in the City 

Guion Griffis Johnson 
North Carolina 

Estelle Edith Lawson 
North Carolina 

Romana Galloway Mackie 
North Carolina 

Eleanor Schmidt Mosher 
North Carolina 

Luther James Phipps 
North Carolina 



Manning ^Nlason Pattillo 
Louis Jefferson Ring 
Charles Francis Rouse 
Allen Kendrick Smith 
Thomas Carlyle Smith, Jr. 
Cecil Grady Taylor 
Francis Rogers Toms 
Wingate Edgerton L'nderhill 
Henrietta L'nderwood 
Charles Edward Waddell, Jr. 
Herbert Christy Wall 
Robert Hoke Webb 
•Robert Lyles Zealy 



Charles Edwin Ray, Jr. 

North Carolina 
Gertrude Samuels 

North Carolina 
Rosalie Thrall 

North Carolina 
Calvert Rogers Toy 

North Carolina 
Hazel Terry Trimble 

North Carolina 
Louise Manning Venable 

North Carolina 



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X. p.. Adams, Ph.D. 

Washington and Lee 

H. G. Baity, Sc.D. 
North CaroHna 

S. B. Barnes. A.B. 
Columbia 

C. D. Beers, Ph.D. 
North Carolina 

L. J. Bell. Jr., A.B. 
North Carolina 

\V. R. Berryhill, A.B., M.D. 
North Carolina 

R. S. Boggs, Ph.B. 
Chicago 

R. P. Bond, Ph.D. 
Vanderhilt 

F. F. Bradshaw, M.A. 

North Carolina 

G. M. Braune, C.E. 

Washington and Lee 



F. M. Green, Ph.D. 

North Carolina 

M. H. Griffin, Ph.D. 
Georgia 

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

J. M. Gwynn, A.M. 
North Carolina 

J. G. deR. Hamilton, Ph.D. 
W illiam and Mary 

J. P. Harlrind, Ph.D. 
Princeton 

G. A. Harrer, Ph.D. 

Princeton 

Clarence Heer. Ph.D. 
Rochester 

A. Henderson, Ph.D., LL.D., 
D.C.L. 
North Carolina 



R. S. Matthews, A.B. 
North Carolina 

T. P._ Noe, S.B. 
North Carolina 

VV. W. Pierson, Jr., Ph.D. 
Alabama 

R. R. Potter, Ph.D. 
North Carolina 

W. F. Prouty, Ph.D. 
Johns Hopkins 

W. C. Salley, A.B. 
Alabama 

Thorndike Saville, C.E., M.S. 
Dartmouth 

H. E. Spivey, A.B. 
North Carolina 

E. D. Strong, M.A. 
Grinnell 

J. H. Swartz, Ph.D. 
Johns Hopkins 





K. 


J. Brown, Ph.D. 


Pennsylvania 


G. C. Taylor, Ph.D. 








Dickinson 


R. B. House, A.AL 


South Carolina 




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-AL Brown, Ph.D. 


North Carolina 


AL R. Trabue, Ph.D. 






North Carolina 


George Howe, Ph.D. 


Northwestern 




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T. Browne, Ph.D. 


Princeton 


R. B. Vance, Ph.D. 




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E. C. Hunter. A.B.Educ. 


North Carolina 




J. 


B. Bullitt. A..AL. ALD. 


North Carolina 


F. P. Venable, Ph.D. 






A\'ashington and Lee 


A. C. Jennings, A.B. 


North Carolina 




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C. Bullock, A.^L 


North Carolina 


F. C. Vilbrandt, Ph.D. 




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H. AL Jones. ALA. 


Ohio State 




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E. Caldwell, Ph.D. 


Wisconsin 


P. W. Wager, Ph.D. 






Cornell 




Hobart 




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A. Cameron, A.B.Educ. 
North Carolina 


North Carolina 


H. AL Wagstaff, Ph.D. 
Johns Hopkins 






E. W. Knight, Ph.D. 






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Duke 


N. W. Walker, A.B., Ed.AL 




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North Carolina 






R. 


E. Coker, Ph.D. 
North Carolina 


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


A. S. Wheeler, Ph.D. 
Beloit 




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C. Coker, Ph.D. 
Johns Hopkins 


J. B. Linker, Ph.D. 
North Carolina 


L. R. Wilson, Ph.D. 
North Carolina 


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W. Crane. Ph.D. 
Michigan 


J. C. Lyons, Ph.D. 
William and Alary 


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


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G. R. MacCarthy, Ph.D. 


T. J. Wilson, HL D.Phil. 






Virginia 


North Carolina 


North Carolina 




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A. Emery, Ph.D. 


A. C. Mcintosh, A.AL, LL.D. 


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








Cornell 


Davidson 


Randolph-Macon 




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E. L. Alackie. Ph.D. 


L. B. Wright, Ph.D. 




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North Carolina 


North Carolina 





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Established 1919 
Colors: Red and Green 

Fratres in Facilitate 

John E. Lear Elmer G. Hoefer 

George W. Smith 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1930 

John J. Alexander T. V. HEDCrETH 

William C. Burnett C. Merritt Lear 

Francis E. Drake Francis R. Toms 

F. E. KrvKENDAL, Jr. William B. \\'hite 

Class of 1931 

George D. Thompson 



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Founded at Lehigh University, 18S5 
Colors: Brown and White Publication: The Bent 

Beta Chapter of North CaroHna 

W. E. BoBBiTT President 

F. R. Toms ; Secretary 

F. B. KuYKENDAL Treasurer 

Student Members 

W. E. UxPERHiLL C. E. Waddell 

T. V. Hedgpeth W". B. White 

Graduate 

A. B. L'zzLE, Jr. 

Faculty Members 

Dean G. M. Brauxe T. E. Hickersox R. y\. Trimble 

H. G. Baity E. G. Hoefer X. P. Bailey 

T. P. NoE E. W. WixKLER G. W. Smith 



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HOBGOOD SPEIGHT WILKINSON WILLIAAAS 




TAU KAPPA AtPHA 

Founded at Indianapolis, 1908 
Colors: Dark and Light Purple Publication: The Speaker of Tau Kappa Alpha 

Fratres in Facultate 



C. E. McIntosh 
W. S. Branard 
F. F. Bradshaw 
Albkrt Coates 



\V. T. CoicH 
C. W. Beer 
F. P. Graham 
R. B. House 



Fratres in Urbe 

L. V. HuGGiNS James Phipps 

H. N. Brown, III 

Fratres in Universitate 



R. M. Albright 
G. P. Carr 
O. B. Eaton 
R. B. Fisher 



J. C. Harris 
E. L. Haywood 

H. H. HoBGOOD 

J. B. Lewis 



J. M. Mewborn 
"W. W. Speight 
J. C. Williams 
J. A. Wilkinson 



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Wex Maloxe President 

George Race Vice-President 

Jack Kirkpatrick Secretary 

Craig Shelton Treasurer 



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U. T. Holmes 

T. S. McCORKLE 

Otto Stuhlmax 
Student Members 



Dave Avner 
Elizabeth Barber 
Block Brysox 
Fred Bverly 
Beth Colley 
Verxon Cowper 
Kelso Currie 
Fred Dick 
Celeste Edgertox 
D. L. English 
Richard Fexker 
Mauri NE Forester 
Harry Galland 



Phoebe Harding 
Frank Howell 
Cliff Kiem 
Art Little 
Helex McKay 
Tom Rollins 
Paul Scurlock 
Art Sickles 
James Turner 
Thomas Uzzell 
Dick Walser 
Jack White 
Don Wood 



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Officers 

Gene Wells President 

Dusty Skinner Secretary and Treasurer 

George Sanders -•- Manager 



Members 



'Ichabod" Ruffin 
'Felix the Cat" Huger 
■Big Time" Dick 
'Kate" Graham 
'Kitty" Wood 
'Chink" Davis 
'Jack" Paschau 
'Henry" Benoit 
'Yon" Yemson 
'Mole Eye" Rhett 
'Sentimental" Brown 
'John" Clinard 
'Pat" Patterson 
'Fred" Carr 
'Judy" Palmore 
'Joe" Carpenter 
'Bill" Adams 
'Student" Ward 
'Mel" Lindsay 
'Crude" Hudson 
'Lawyer" Adams 
'Sissy" Sanders 
'Strud" Nash 
•Rufe" Little 

"Bill' 



"Big Red" Wily 
"Unconscious" Bagby 
"Flat Tire" Ford 
"Doggie" Dunn 
"Sam" Peace 
"Gene" Wells 
"Kike" Henderson 
"Steve" Millender 
"Ugene" Hines 
"John" Park 
"Branch" Carr 
"Hot Pants" Toms 
"Chas." Rollins 
"Harry" Finch 
"John" Ferebee 
"Slow" Henderson 
"Zeke" Cozart 
"Dusty" Skinner 
"Art" Kaufman 
"Chief" Ramsay 
"Ma" Parsley 
"Fanny" Houston 
"Jabber" Ashcraft 
"Jerrie" Doughtie 
Marshall 



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Charlie Shannon President 

Alex Daley Secretary 

Val Hedgpeth Manager 

Members 

"Archie" Allen "George" Heinitsh 

"Billy" Atkinson "Phil" Jackson 

"Tom" Bennett "Larry" Johnson 

"Billy" Bryan "Link" Kesler 

"Fred" Brickman "John" London 

"Bill" Bridgers "Lonnie" London 

"Swift" Boatwright " 'Onrie" London 

"Billv" Cheatham "Commodore" Miller 

"W. G." Brown "D. C." McCotter 

"Chap" Crawford "Dave" Nims 

"Red" Constantine "Mull-Head" Parker 

"John Phil" Cooper "Cooper" Person 

"Bob" Dewey "T. H." Redding 

"Alex" Daley "Tally" Redfern 

"Jack" Dunavant "Vance" Rollins 

"Joe" Eagles "\'ic" Ruehl 

"Pace" Fuller "George" Rosemond 

"Bob" Graham "Frank" Spruill 

"Donald" Graham "Bill" Sharpe 

"B. K." Grier "Charlie" Shannon 

"Paul" Gilbert "Billy" Satterfield 

"George" Hamer "C. C." Sikes 

"Ped" Hamer "Emil" Shaffner 

"Val" Hedgpeth "Henry" Stultz 

"Frank" Howell "Herbert" Taylor 

"George" Houston "Charlie" Woodward 

"Buddy" Hubbard "Rudy" Waddill 

"Dick" Winborne 



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George Lewis Bagby - M. W. H. 

Charles C. Skinner... M. W. U. 

William Dunn, Jr B. T. 

George Lee Race -. - B. M. B. 

Herbert Best H. D. K. D. 



EDMUND STRUDWICK NASH 
GEORGE DEWEY THOMPSON 
EDGAR COOPER PERSON 
CHARLES GWYN CHATHAM 
EDWARD RUSSELL LIPSCOMB 
EDWARD RYAN HAMER 
MEADE HOMER WILLIS 
CHARLES ELLIN FORD 
MANDEVILLE A. WEBB 




JOHN ALSEY PARK 
THOMAS WILLIS ALEXANDER 
LOUIS CHERRY SKINNER 
JOEL JENKINS HUTCHINSON 
LYNN WILDER 
THOMAS BARBER FOLLIN 
WILLIAM T. MYERS 
GEORGE WATERHOUSE 
WILLIAM ASHBY BRIDGERS 



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PRICE 


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GRAY, G. 


TOMS 


GRAY, B. 


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ORDER OF THE) SHEIKS 

Gavix H. Dortch S. 

Joe C. Eagles V. S. 

Peter B. Ruffin K. 



G. Vernon Cowper 
McDonald Gray 
Charles P. Graham 
Nelson Woodson 
Junius G. Adams 
Charles E. Waddell 
Julian B. Fenner 
Charles L. Smith, Jr. 
J. Fleming Wily, Jr. 
H. D.\iL Holderness 
Eugene Wells 
Richard Winborn 
George W. Sanders 
William S. Koenig 
R. Mayne Albright 
John Van Lindlev 
George P. Moody 

Frank A. 



W. H. Yarborough, Jr. 
Henry B. Webb 
Samitel McConnell, Jr. 
Henry C. House 
J. Worth McAlister 
Thomas L. Parsons 
J. Holmes Davis, Jr. 
Edward F. Yarborough 
Fred Jones, .Tr. 
George L. Jones 
Henry L. Anderson 
Marion Glenn 
Peter S. Gilchrist 
Hubert H. O'Donnell 
Harry C. Finch 
William R. Satterfield 
A. Reid Perkins, Jr. 
Cole, Jr. 



Thomas A. Uzzell, Jr. 
A. Baron Holmes 
Herman Schnell 
Marion Follin, Jr. 
Homer L. Lvon, Jr. 
Frederick L. Carr 
Edmund L. Waddill 
Thomas Craig 
Lindsay C. Plumly 
John C. Grainger 
James S. Hudson 
Egbert L. Haywood 
Charles Woodward 
Henry House 
Willis Henderson 

Chauncey Rovster 

Harry Shaner 

Emil N. Shaffner 

Kenneth A. Gay 

William F. Draper 

Joe H. Carpenter 

Sydney L. Lea 

Edward K. Graham 

John D. Branch 

B. T. Grier 

Sam T. Peace 

A. Branch Carr 

Thomas Shelton, Jr. 

George Ward Thompson 

Charles Rollins 

Reid Brawley 




Beta Theta Pi 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Delta Psi 

Beta Theta Pi 

Zeta Psi 

Sigma Nu 

Delta Tau Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Beta Theta Pi 

Delta Psi 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Chi Phi 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Kappa Alpha 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Chi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Delta Tau Delta 

Delta Psi 

Beta Theta Pi 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Delta Psi 

Zeta Psi 

Chi Phi 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Kappa Alpha 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Chi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Delta Tau Delta 

Alpha Tau Omega 



Douglas Laten Potter 
James Jerry Slade 
Robert Lyles Zealy 
Mayne Albright 
Herbert T. Browne 
Stanley Ellis Crew 
Joseph Colin Eagles 
Gordon Gray 
Oscar W. Dresslar 
Harry Clinton Finch 
Richau-d M. Fenker 
Herbert Hechenbleikner 
Jack Schneider 



J. G. deRoulhac Hamilton 
Francis Foster Bradshaw 
William Terry Couch 
Elrnest Lloyd Mackie 
John Maryon Saunders 
William J. Adams, Jr. 
John Huske Anderson, Jr. 
Travis Taylor Brown 
Harry J. Galland 
John Frazier Glenn 
Robert Lee Graham 
Glenn Parran Holder 
John H. Mebane 
David A. Nims 
Joe Jones 









Faculty Members 

Francis Foster Bradshaw 
Albert Coates 
Frank Porter Graham 
J. Minor Gwynn 
Clarence A. Hibbard 
A. C. Howell 
A. A. Perkins 
William M. Saunders 
J. F. Steiner 

Students 

C. W. Banner 
A. E. Bavacqua 
A. J. Buttitta 
T. T. Brown 
W. C. Dunn 
H. A. Estep 
H. J. Galland 
Calvin Graves 
Harry Grossman 



E. R. Hamer 
L. T. Hammond 
G. P. Holder 

K. L. Kjellesvig 
Pedro Kjellesvig 
J. A. Lang 
T. A. LiBBUs 
B. C. Moore 
Alfredo Nazareno 
B. M. Parker 
J. B. Pittana 
Douglas Potter 
T. B. Rector 
J. J. Slade 
A. J. Thomas 
J. C. Williams 

F. V. Zappa 
R. L. Zealy 




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Honorary Members 



Hli>>jnv HoBACE WlLLIAJ 



Harrv Woodbuhn C; 



Faculty Members 



C'hables Thomas Woolex 
Fbank Porter Graham 
Er>GAR Ralph Rankix 
Fhaxcis I-'oster Bradshaw 
Robert Bi'rtox Hoise 
Herman Glenx Baity 
^^'^l.LIA.M Terri ColCH 



Ernest Lloyd Mackib 
Albert Coates 
.'oe Burtox Linker 
Jefferson Carney Bynum 
("oRYDoN Perky Spkuill 
Edward Alexander Camebojj 
.'oseph Markov Sm vni.ii» 



Graduate Students 



Robert Mt J)oxald Gray 

• "harles Edward Waddell, Jr. 



John I-raziki: (u.fnn. 
Killian Barwick 



Active Argonauts 



JiiNH'K Greene Adams. , 
Travi.'; Taylor Brown 
Ray Simpson Karris- 
Harry Jo.SEPIl (lALLANl) 

Gordon Gray 



hi. Hai.ph C'ordkll Greenb 

• ioJIN MiDDLETON HeNDERSON 

(JLENN Parr AN Holder 

.'a.mes Mais' 

.Iame.s William \\'illia.m» 



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Officers 

Marion Follin, Jr Del. 

Edward R. Hamer Sc. 

Ralph C. Greene Ex. 

R. M. Albright Asst.-Ex. 

Faculty Members 



William S. Bernard 



Members 



Robert Mayne Albright, Jr. 

John H. Anderson 

Killian Barwick 

Travis Taylor Brown 

Edward Alexander Cameron 

Walter D. Creech 

Joseph Colin Eagles 

Ray Simpson Farris 

Marion G. Follin, }r. 

Harry Joseph Galland 

John Frazier Glenn 

Robert McDonald Gray 

Ralph C. Greene 

Edward R. Hamer 

John Middleton Henderson 



Henry C. House 
John Desmond Idol 
Joseph Piper Jones 
Henry Johnston, Jr. 
Isaac H. Manning, Jr. 
George Dawson McDaniel 
David Anderson Nir 
Robert Aubrey Pa 
Henry N. Patterson 
Aubrey A. Perkins 
Douglas M. Potter 
John Gary Slater 
James Allen Williams 
James William Williams 
Robert Lyles Zealy 





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Officers 

David Jexkixs Craig, Jk President 

JuLiAx IvAXHOE Palmore Sccretarij 

Thomas Bexjamix Bexxett, Jr. Treasurer 

Faculty Members 



Louis Grates 

Charles Thomas Woolen 

John Manning Booker 

William Morton Dey 

James Bell Bullit 

Robert Diggs Wimberly Connor 

William deBerniere McNider 

Clarence Addison Hibbard 



Claidhs Temple Murchison 
William Douglas MacMillan 
Kenner Chapman Fraser 
Roland Prince McClamrock 
Nicholas Barney Adams 
Urban Tigner Holmes 
James Ruey Patrick 
Charles Tilford McCormick 



William Richarson Abbott 



Members 



JuNiT's Greene Adams, Jr. 
John David Bullock, Jr. 
John Huske Anderson 
Thomas Carlisle Smith, Jr. 
Ale.xander Baron Holmes 
William David Pope Sharpe, Jr. 
William Pace Fuller 
Archie Turner Allen 



David Jenkins Craig, Jr. 
Julian Ivanhoe Palmore 
Thomas Benjamin Bennett, Jr. 
John Thomas Craig 
William Churchill Cheatham 
Edgar Cooper Person, Jr. 
Francis Ogden Parker 
Chauxcey Lake Royster 



Haywood Dail Holderxess 





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Fch Mlua Siei Ylae 

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RULERS 

444 GORDON GRAY REX 

451 JOHN FLEMING WILY, JR K. D. S. 

443 GEORGE RACE W. S. S. 

445 GEORGE WATERHOUSE SANDERS K. M. K. 

446 WILLIAM LEAK MARSHALL, JR. N. G. P. 



SUBJECTS 



170 Charles Staples Mangum 

174 Archibald Henderson 

180 Edward Vernon Howell 

193 William Stanley Bernard 

241 Gregoire deRoulhac Hamilton 

244 George Howe 

245 Joseph Hyde Pratt 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
272 Patrick Henry Winston 
285 Harry Woodburn Chase 
319 William Watley Pierson 
328 Francis Foster Bradshaw 
331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 
342 Dudley DeWitt Carroll 
366 Gustave Maurice Braune 
369 William Frederick Prouty 
373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 

375 Robert Hasley Wettach 

385 Robert Edwin Coker 

399 Henry Johnson, Jr. 

405 Charles Staples Mangum, Jr. 

417 George Coffin Taylor 

422 Charles Francis Rouse 
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446 
447 
448 
449 
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452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 



Kenneth Alexander Gay 



Thomas James Wilson, III 
Charles Edward Waddell, Jr. 
Charles Pattison Graham 
James Penrose Harland 
Robert Burton House 
George Race 
Gordon Gray 

George Waterhouse Sanders 
William Leak Marshall 
Horatio Nelson Woodson 
Marion Geddings Follin 
Francis Rogers Toms 
John Fleming Wily, Jr. 
William Beekman Huger 
Herman Glenn Baity 
Peter Browne Ruffin 
Edmund Strudwick Nash, Jr. 
William Dunn, Jr. 
Robert Aubrey Parsley 
John Van Lindley 
Gavin Dortch, Jr. 
George Dewey Thompson 
George Lewis Bagby 



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Let joy be unconfined. 
No sleep till morn 

When youth and pleasure meet. 

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GRAY ALBRIGHT DUNN SANDERS 



Executive Committee of the German Club 



George Race 



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Will Yarborough 
Gordon Gra^' 
George Saunders 



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Travis Brown 
Mayne Albright 
Bill Dunn 



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1 X U R I X G tlif ten years that Coach "Bob," as he is more popularly 
known, has lieen at Carolina, athletics have progressed by leaps 
and liounds. During this time he lias made himself, as well as the 
University, well known in athletic circles. 

In track, the sport in which Coach "Bob" seems to specialize, for 
the past ten 3'ears the Tar Heel teams have been State champions 
for each year of the ten, Southern Conference champions once, and 
National 1-mile relay champions. 

The Carolinians have been equally successful in basketball, foot- 
ball, and all other sports under the regime of Mr. Fetzer. He has 
undoul)tedly been the backbone of athletics, and his directorship can 
be only praised. 

The men on tlie teams all honor and_ respect him. and co-operate 
to the fullest extent with him. The success of the teams is probably 
due to this cause, and will continue as long as he is head of athletics. 
The title of "Dean of Southern Track" has been conveyed upon him 
by numerous sports writers, and he is known and respected by his 
fellow coaches throughout the South. 

Enough tribute cannot be paid to this man who has done so much 
for athletics at Carolina, but in appreciation of his work and influence 
in Southern athletics we dedicate the Sports Section to Mr. Robert 
Fetzer, "Coach Bob." 



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II rail Coach "Chtck" Collins 

A.ss'isfant Coach "Bill" Cehnev 

Assistant Coach "Bob" Fetzkr 

Trainer P. H. Quinlan 

Captain Ray Farris 

Manager Dave Craig 




"Chuck" Collii 



The Schedule 



Sept. 28— Wake Forest 

Oct. S— Maryland 

Oct. 12— Georgia Tech 7 

Oct. 19— Georgia 19 

Oct. 26— V. P. 1 13 

Nov. 2— N. C. State 

Nov. 9 — South Carolina 

Nov. 16 — Davidson 7 

Nov. 28 — Virginia 7 

Dec. 7 — Duke University 7 



Carolina 48 

Carolina 43 

Carolina 18 

Carolina 12 

Carolina 38 

Carolina 22 

Carolina 40 

Carolina 26 

Carolina 41 

Carolina 48 



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Games won 9 Game.s lest 1 

Third in the Southern Conference. Second in National high scores. 
Total points 346 Total opponents 60 



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Captain Ray Farris led the Tar 
Heels with individual honors when he 
was given honorable mention for a 
mythical All-America 
unanimously chosen on the All-So 
first team. In addition to this, the 
Varsity placed two men on the second 
team picked by several_pro 
syndicates. Johnnie 
tive quarter, and Jim Mag 
ing fleetfooted half, were the other 
two Tar Heel representatives. Hon- 
orable mention was given to many of 



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CaroHna on the mythical All-State 
eleven, and in several selections the 
whole team was composed of Carolina 
men. 

Carolina 48 vs. Wake Forest 

The 48 to win over Wake Forest 
in Kenan Stadium clearly showed the 
offensive power of the Varsity at the 
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Heels tumbled Maryland for the 
second year in a row by turning in the 
largest Old Liner defeat ever made by 
the Tar Heel eleven in a onesided 43 
to clash at College Park. Maryland. 
The Varsity's backs literally ran wild 
in the last few minutes of play to such 
an extent that one could almost truth- 
fully assert that Collins had a "hun- 
dred backs" at his disposal. 

Carolina 18 vs. Georgia Tech 7 

In this annual game with Georgia 
Tech, Carolina showed her worth more 
clearly than ever by the manner in 
which the team conquered the Tech- 
man. 18 to 7. The outstanding play- 
ing of the entire Carolina eleven, and 
the spectacular return of punts by the 
diminutive Johnnie Branch featured 
the Tar Heel win over the Yellow 
Jackets in Atlanta. Nearly 500 stu- 
dents accom.panied the team to Atlanta. 

Carolina 12 vs. U. of Georgia 19 

The national asnirations of the U. 
N. C. soort world fell with the Georgia 
victory in Kenan Stadium. 19 to 12. 
The game was hard fought throughout 
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The Virginia Poly Insti' 

Blacksburg to give the Tar 
avenge last year's 
one-point defeat by a 38-13 score. The 
Carolina team was superior in every 
phase of the game. 
Carolina 32 vs. N. C. State 
Vengeance was also loosed upon the 
N. C. State Wolfpack by the tune of 
32-0 when the Tar Hee! attacked them 
Stadium. Nearly 40 of the 
Tar Heels saw action in this game 
where much new material was tested. 

Carolina 40 vs. S. Car. 

In one of the most talked about 
games of the season, "the Battle of 
the Carolinas." the Tar Heels easily 
clipped the Gamecocks' wings. 40 to 0. 
before a homecoming crowd in Colum- 
bia. The North Carolina offense was 
too much for the South Carolinians. 
Carolina 26 vs. Davidson 7 

The Davidson 'Wildcats bared their 
fangs before the onrush of the Tar 
Heel eleven and held them to 
26-7 win when they met at D; 



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Honorartj Captain "Puny" Harper 

Manager Loy Thompson 



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The Schedule 



January 1 1 
January 1-t 
January 16 
.January 21 
January 25- 
January 28 
February 1 
February 5 
February 6 
February 7 
February 8- 
February 1 1 
February 12 
February 15 
February 18 
February 19- 
February 21- 
February 22- 
February 2i 
March 3- 



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-Wasliington and Lee 
-Charlotte Monograms 

-Wake Forest 

-N. C. State 


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-Duke University 




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-V. P. I. 

-Washington and Lee- 




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-Maryland 

-N. C. State 

-Lovola _. ... __. __ _ 





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...28 

26 


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-Wake Forest _. 




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-Marvland . _ 




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University of Georgia 26 

Summary 

Games won 10 




Carolina . 20 

Carolina 49 

Carolina 24 

Carolina 23 

Carolina 4.9 

Carolina 27 

Carolina 14 

Carolina 30 

Carolina ^ 17 

Carolina 40 

Carolina 33 

Carolina 26 

Carolina 25 

Carolina 36 

Carolina -. 37 

Carolina 22 

Carolina 41 

Carolina ; 43 

Carolina 19 



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CONTRASTED with 
Tar Heel basketball 
teams of the past two col- 
lege generations, the 1930 
University quint certainly 
cannot be termed success- 
ful. But the squad, tre- 
mendously handicapped 
because of graduations last 
June, made the most of 
mediocre prospects to finish 
the season with 10 wins 
and 9 losses. The Tar 
Heels showed a reversal of 
form in the last five games 
of the season, winning 
four of them by good 
margins immediately preceding the S. 
I. C. tournament in Atlanta. 

The Tar Heels finislied the season 
in a tie for second in the Big Five 
League in North Carolina, but were 
eliminated from the Southern Confer- 
ence tournament by Georgia in the 
opening round. For the first time since 
the inauguration of the tournament the 
White Phantoms were entered as 'dark 
horses," but, after maintaining a 10-8 
lead at the half, lost 
to the Georgia Bull- 
dogs, 26-17. 

Lacy Harper, 
elongated Tar Heel 
center from Pitts- 
boro, was elected 
honorary captain 
for the 19.30 season 
as it ended. Coach 
.lim Ashemore ap- 
pointed a captain 
prior to each game, 
as none had been 
elected at the be- 
ginning of the 
season. 





The Tar Heels had no 
outstanding individual con- 
tenders for the mythical 
All-Southern five, but Artie 
Marpet, captain-elect, was 
almost unanimously picked 
as a guard on the All-State 
quint. Marpet was hailed 
as one of the strongest 
guards at Carolina in re- 
cent years, and led the Tar 
Heels in scoring as well 
as floor work in several 
games. 

Billy Brown, Tom Alex- 
ander, Bill Choate and 
others backed Marpet up 
at guard, while Neiman, Dameron, and 
Green were the most outstanding for- 
wards. Harper was ably supported by 
Edwards at center, while on several 
occasions Dameron was shifted to this 
position. 

Several pre-season games with Y.M. 
C.A.'s of the State were played bv the 
Tar Heels. A loss to the Raleigh Y 
was the only defeat of the pre-season 
schedule, while wins were reco.ded over 
Durham, High 
Point, and two 
over Greensboro. 
The season 
opened for the 
Tar Heels on 
,1 anuary 1 1 th, 
when they lost a 
two-point, 22-20, 
game to the 
Davidson Wild- 
cats. A close, 
h a r d-f ought 
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the meet with 
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a hard loss. The Tar Heels 
evened up tlie series with 
Davidson, however, when they 
met them again in the last 
game prior to the Conferenet- 
tourney, in a 19-10 win. 

Guilford and the Charlotte 
Monograms were played in 
succession after the Davidson 
game, and proved easy wins 
for the Tar Heels. Guilford 
losing 49-20. while the Char- 
lotte Monograms took the 
small end of a 23-19 score. 

In the first game with W. 
& L. at the "Hiir the Phan- 
toms howed before a superior 
General attack. 39-24. The 
Generals made a clean sweep of the 
state, defeating Carolina, Duke and 
State. Later the W. & L. quint were 
runners-up for the S. I. C. title at 
Atlanta. 

Wake Forest and N. C. State were 
the next two Tar Heel victims. The 
Demon Deacons lost a one-sided affair 
49-18. but the State quint was barely 
nosed out, 27-2-5, in Raleigh. On the 
return game with the Wolfpack in the 
Tin Can, the Techman nosed out the 
Tar Heels by an- 
other two-point 
margin. 28-26. 

The opening 
game with Duke 
proved a one-sided 
defeat for the 
Phantoms in the 
Tin Can, 36-14. 
but the return 
game at Duke 
was more closely 
contested. The 
closest game the 
Tar Heels lost of 
the season was to 
the Blue Devils in 
Durham in the lat- 
ter part of Febru- 





ary, 37-36. The results of 
this game hung in the balance 
until the final whistle. The 
Tar Heels and Devils ex- 
changed the lead five or six 
times before the game ended, 
and a long shot from the floor 
])laced the Duke quint in the 
lead as the whistle blew. Dave 
Xeiman was high scorer of the 
evening with 22 points. 

On the Northern trip the 
Tar Heels won and lost two 
contests. The tour opened 
with a win over V. P. I., 
30-21, when Johnny Green 
led the Tar Heel scorers to 
win by a spurt in the last half 
which made the Tar Heels easy vic- 
tors. W. & L. won their second game 
over the White Phantoms for the first 
Carolina loss of the trip. 27-17. The 
^'irginia Cavaliers bowed before their 
Carolina rivals, 40-37. in a hard-fought 
game. Maryland closed the Northern 
campaign for the Tar Heels by win- 
ning, 36-33. 

A Loyola rally in the closing minutes 
of play featured a one-point Tar Heel 
loss to the Chicago quint in the Tin 
Can, 26-25. 

The Tar Heels 
won four out of ^/mm^^a^^^^^m 
five last games of *■•■■-.*■ ' 

the season prior to 
the Southern Con- 
ference tourney. 
Defeats over Wake 
Forest, and V. P. 
I. brought the total 
to two wins over 
these teams, while 
a victory over 
Davidson evened 
up the score with 
them one all. The 
win over the strong 
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of form from the 
Tar Heels early 
-.t-ason starts, and 
the game ended 
with midshipmen 
ancliored on the 
lower end of a -13- 
33 score. Mary- 
land accounted for 
their second Tar 
Heel win, 29-22, 
when they met at 
College Park. 

The season ended 
with the Tar Heels 
recording 10 wins 
and nine losses, 
but an additional 
defeat at tlie hands of the Georgia 
Bulldogs in the S. I. C. tourney evened 
up the won and lost for the Carolina 
quint, 10 all. 

The newly installed heating system 
of the Tin Can accounted for a large 
increase in the gallery which followed 
the Tar Heels dispite a season of 
mediocre success. The lack of sea- 
soned veterans was felt keenly by the 
Carolinians, but the rookies roiuided 
out fast, and showed flashes of cham- 
])ionship form during the season. 

Artie Marpet was perhaps the most 
outstanding indivi- 
dual player, but he 
was closely followed 
by Dameron, Nei- 
man. Brown. Alex- 
ander, and Harper. 
Harper, the honor- 
ary captain, was in- 
jured in the final 
Duke game and 
thereby hindered 
his chances for any 
mythical All-State 
honors. Tom Alex- 
ander, playing his 
first year on the 
Varsity, showed 





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flashes of excellent 
form and was one 
of the steadiest of 
the Tar Heel 
guards. Billy 
Brown gave him a 
close race for the 
honors in this posi- 
tion. Dave Xeiman N 
point gathering 
ability was clearly 
demonstrated in 
several games, es- 
pecially in the Duke 
contest, where he 
garnered 22 points 
out of the Tar 
Heels total. Sandy 

Dameron was one of the most versatile 
of the Tar Heels, playing as center 
and forward with equal ability. 

The season ended with tiie Tar 
Heels recording 10 wins and nine 
losses, but an additional defeat at the 
hands of the Georgia Bulldogs in the 
S. I. C. tourney evened up the won and 
lost for the Carolina quint. 10 all. 

Freshman Basketball 

The Tar Baby basketball team had 
what miglit be called a very successful 
season. Their schedule consisted of 
games with all the 
Freshman teams in 
the Big Five of the 
State, and with the 
leading Freshman 
and )i r e p school 
teams of Virginia. 
Although the team 
did not win every 
game played, it won 
the majorit}' of its 
games, and was 
ranked among the 
leaders in the State. 
Much varsity ma- 
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Coach Fetzer 



Coach Ransom 



Manager Gray 



Coaches "Bob" Fetzer and Dale Raxsom 

Capiaiti John Henderson 

Manager Bowman Gray 



The 1930 Schedule 



March 28— N. C. State at Chapel Hill. 



il 5 — Georgia Tccii at Chapel Hill. 
9 — Duke at Chapel Hill. 

il 12 — Tech Relays at Atlanta. 
April 19 — Penn State at Chapel Hill. 
April 21 — V. P. I. at Blacksburg. 
April 26 — Penn Rela_vs at Philadelphia. 

il 28 — Washington ct Lee at Chapel Hill. 
2-3 — State Meet at Greensboro. 
May 10 — Princeton at Princeton. 
May 16-17 — Southern Conference Meet at Birmingham. 



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Due to the diligent labor of Coach 
Fetzer and Coach Ransom and to the 
conscientious co-operation of the team, 
the Tar Heels were again able to up- 
hold their reputation for excellency in 
track athletics. In fact, the 1929 track 
season may well be called one of the 
most successful in the history of the 
University. All meets. except the 
Southern Conference Championship. 

Henderson. Nims, Neiman. Adkins! 
Gay, Harper, and many others proved 
to be stars of no little ability. 



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with the first annual indoor meet which 
was held in the "Tin Can." However, 
due to the fact that the visiting col- 
leges were unable to send more than 



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team scores of this contest were not 
counted, but the Tar Heels succeeded 
in capturing many first places and no 
small number of seconds and thirds. 

The regttlar outdoor season began 
with a dual meet with the Virginia 
Polytechnical Institute on April sixth. 
Carolina again showed brilliant form 
by winning a seventy-nine to forty- 
seven point victory. Gay. Harrison, 
Captain Henderson, Perry, Stafford, 
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their worth by winning first places in 
their various events. On April thir- 
teenth. North Carolina upset some 
carefully thought-out dope by crushing 
Washington and Lee with a seventy- 
two and one-half to fifty-three and 
one-half victory. It was of still greater 
importance due to the fact that Cap- 
tain Henderson and three other valu- 
able men were in Atlanta for the 
Georgia Tech relays. In this con- 
test with Washington and Lee two new 
University records were established : 
Adkins hurled the shot forty-two feet 
and five-eighths inches, and Neiman 
broad- jumped twenty-two feet and five 
and one-fourth inches. On Saturday, 
April twentieth, Carolina ran rough- 
shod over Georgia Tech by defeating 
them ninety to thirty-six. In this meet 
the victors won twelve out of the pos- 
sible fourteen first places, and Cowper 
established a new University pole 
vault record by clearing the bar at 
twelve and one-half feet. Four days 
later, Duke felt the effects of the 
Carolina onslaught by losing to the 
Chapel Hill team thirty-three and a 
half to ninety-two and a half. This 
was Carolina's most complete victory. 
On May fourth, the Tar Heels went 
to Greensboro for the state champion- 
ship meet. This contest, they won 
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tenths points. Davidson was the next 
highest score "/ith a total of thirty and 
five-tenths points. For Carolina: Gay 
took first place in both sprints. Cow- 
per and Neiman won first and second 
honors in the pole vault. "Puny" 
Harper won the discus with a throw 
of one hundred and thirty-six feet and 
three inches, which established a new 
state record. The mile-relay team won 
their event by running the distance m 
three minutes and twenty-eight 
seconds. 

The pick of the South's track men 
gathered at Birmingham on May 
seventeenth, for the annual Southern 
Conference meet. It was a cold rainy 
day. and the track was dotted here and 
there by pools of water. Everywhe 



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University with a total of thirty-five 
points. Nevertheless North Carolina 
was close at their heels with a total 
of thirty-two and one-half points, only 
two and one-half points behind. This 
was the seasons only tragedy. 

At the banquet that was held a few 
days after the close of the season, 
Dave Nims was elected captain, en- 
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Manager John Bulluck 




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The 1930 Schedule 



March 27- 
March 28 
March 31 



A])ril 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 6 

May 7 

May 9 

May 10 

May 12 

May 17 — 

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— Springtichl, lu-rc. 

—Springfield, here. 

—Cornell, here. 

Cornell, here. 

Washington and Lee, here. 

Georgia at Athens. 

Georgia at Athens. 

Maryland, here. 

Maryland at College Park. 

A'irginia at Charlottesville. 

AV. & L. at Lexington. 

V. M. I. at Lexington. 

V. P. I. at Blackshurg. 

V. M. I., here. 

Davidson at Salishiirv or Winston-Salem. 

Davidson at Davidson. 

Georgia, here. 

Georgia, here. 

A'. P. L, here. 

Duke, here. 

Davidson, here. 
Wake Forest, here. 
State, here. 
South Carolina, here. 
A^irginia, here. 
A irginia at Greenshoro. 
Wake Forest, here. 
Duke in Durham, 
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THE 1929 baseball squad may, for 
several reasons, be regarded as one 
of the most deserving clubs ever to 
represent the University. From the 
standpoint of games won and lost the 
Tar Heels were very successful with 
a record of only six losses out of a 
total of twenty-one games played. The 
team captured the honors of the South- 
ern Conference Tri-State League, as 
well as gaining a tie with Virginia for 
the League trophy which must be won 
three times before a team gains posses- 
sion of it. 

The Tar Heels ushered in the base- 
ball season by defeating the Spring- 
field Y.M.C.A. College outfit in two 



successive games. 

The University of Penn was next 
entertained. After two hard played 
games the Heels rested as victors. 
Next was the Easter Monday classic 
at Salisbury with Davidson. Lefty 
Ball ])itched a winning game and the 
liard fought battle resulted in a 4 to 2 
victory for Carolina in their first en- 
gagement away from the home lot. 
Next day Penn State stopped over to 
give the Heels their second of the four 
consecutive games of Easter-week. 
The game resulted in a neat victory 
for Carolina. 

The tliird game of tlie week was 
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to break our winning streak, which she 
did to the tune of 12 to 3. 

The W. & L. Generals were our 
guests on Thursday. Five hits and a 
sacrifice in succession counted four 
runs for the Heels. With such a lead, 
Jim Ball rocked along in fine style 
with the entire team in support, to a 
7 to .5 victory. 

The Maryland club was our next 
dish. Wright soon had the Old Liners 
eating out of his hand. The Heels 
bunched their hits in the second, for 
four runs and in the fifth for three 
more, winding up with a 7 to 1 victory. 

The first engagement on the North- 
ern invasion was with the Old Liners 
at College Park. Carolina kept its 
Tri-.State League record clean with a 
6 to -t victory over the Maryland Club. 




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Phil Jackson's homer enabled us to 
trounce the Old Liners for the second 
time this season. 

Meeting Virginia for the first of the 
three game series to be played between 
the two institutions, the Carolinians 
came out with a dearly bougiit victory, 
5 to i. The Cavaliers took the lead 
but Carolina came back to crasli 
through to a win. The Northern trip 
was successfulh' brought to a close by 
a victory over W. & L. at Lexington, 
the second of the season, and by vic- 
tories of S-2 over V. M. L and V. P. I. 

Ball hurled Carolina to a 4 to 2 vic- 
tory over V. M. L on Emerson Field 
on the 20th, Maus's triple in the 
eighth began the rally which ended the 
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Coach Ashmore's charges continued 
their victorious march by winning over 
State in a terrific battle. The Heels 
nosed the Wolfpack out in the last few 
minutes to a 6 to 5 win. 

Next on the programme was the 
V. P. I. Cadets. They were reported 
to have a formidable club, but the 
mighty Heels finally won out to the 
tune of 10 to 9. 

Carolina then invaded the Devil's 
den at Durham. The Tar Heel team 
put up a strong fight but was crushed 
by the score of 9 to 6. This was the 
first game it had lost of the season to 
any college in the state. 

We were again humiliated, allowing 
Wake Forest to win by a i to 3 score. 

The Carolina cohorts then rallied, 
trouncing the Virginians for the sec- 



ond time straight with the long end of 
a 6 to 4 score. Satterfield led the hit- 
ting with 4 hits out of 5 times at bat. 

The following day the Tar Heels 
victoriously wound up the series with 
■i runs to Virginia's 2 in the annual 
game in Greensboro. Captain-elect 
Maus took three out of three to lead 
the batting. 

For the second time straight this 
season the Devils trounced the Varsity. 
"Lefty" Jenkins, Duke Ace, pitched 
his team to a neat 8 to 5 win, giving the 
Carolinians a stinging humiliation. 

The State game at Raleigh was 
rained out, and our next and final effort 
was with the Wake Forest Deacons. 

This final game was painful to Caro- 
lina. The Deacons took the lead and 
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Coach Crayton Rowe 

Captain Archie Allen 

Manager Herman Schnell 

The Season 

January 18 — Washington & Lee 2 

January 25 — V. P. I. 2 

February 1— V. M. I. 3 

February 4 — Duke University 2 

February 8 — Virginia 3 

February 1 5 — Florida 5 

February 17 — South Carolina 1 

February 22 — Penn State 6 

March 1-2-4 — S. I. C. Tournament at Charlottesville 



Summary 



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DUK to its rapid increase in popu- 
larity at Carolina boxing was 
raised to a major sport following the 
completion of the 1930 season. The 
1930 mitmen completed a hard 8-meet 
schedule against some of the strongest 
Southern and Northern teams with Oi 
wins and 2 defeats. Captain Archie 
Allen, undefeated, and Noah Good 
ridge, with only one loss to his credit 
before the S. I. C. Tournament, ac- 
counted for the individual Tar Heel 
honors by fighting in the 
finals of the Southern 
Conference Meet in 
Charlottesville. 

Florida and P e n n 
State accounted for the 
only two Tar Heel de- 
feats. Florida succeeded 
Carolina to the Southern 
title, while Penn Statt: 
was regarded as having 
one of the strongest 
teams in the country. 

Washington & Lee 
opened the Tar Heel 





schedule bj' losing 5 to 2 at Lexington. 
V^ictories over V. P. I. and V. M. I. 
followed in quick succession. 

Before one of the largest crowds of 
the season, approximately 2,000 or 
more, Duke was defeated 5 to 2 in the 
Tin Can. 

A win over Virginia was closely fol- 
lowed by a defeat at the hands of 
Florida. Allen and Warren won by 
knock outs for the only two Tar Heel 
points. 

With Capt. Allen not 
entered, Goodridge won 
the only Tar Heel bout 
against Penn State by 
defeating Casoni. 

In the Southern Con- 
ference tournament Good- 
ridge and Allen were the 
only two men to carry 
the Blue and White to 
the finals. They wei-e de- 
feated after putting up 
game fights and losing by 
close decisions. Carolina 
placed fourth in the meet. 



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WRESGiMMe 1930 



Coach P. H. QuiNLAX 

4^ Captain Wayne Woodard 

Manager Tom Hunter 




Stallings 



The Season 



January 25 — Navy - 22 

Filiruary I— V. P. I. . 13 

February 8 — Princeton 15 

Fcl)ruary 12 — Davidson 12 

February 1 5 — State 6 

February 22 — V. M. I. 19 

March 4 — Duke 8 

March 8 — Southern Conference Meet at Lexington, Va. 



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CROSS eOUMTRT 1929 



Coach ... 
Captain 



Dale Raxsom 
Minor Barkley 



FOR the fourth time in as mam' years the Carolina harriers annexed the South- 
ern Conference title. Minor Barkley captained the Tar Heels to wins over 
Duke and State, and a loss by a small margin to V. P. I. However, in the Confer- 
ence run in Chapel Hill the Tar Heels ranked first among the teams, with Lowery 
placing first for Carolina. This was the second S. I. C. cross country run at Caro- 
lina within the past -i years. 

Monograms were awarded to Barkley. Baucom. M. G. Colien. J. Cohen. Lower}-, 
Phoenix, Pierce and Wrenn. 




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TEMMIS 1930 

Coach J . F. Kenfield 

Captain .Bill Merritt 

Manager E. K. Graham 

The Schedule 

14 Alabama, here. May 9 — Sewanee at Sewanee. 

16— Davidson, here. ^^-^y 10— Georgia at Athens. 

17— State Tournament, here. ^^^^ 1-'— Alabama, there. 

, o oi 1 Ti i 1. May 13 — Tulane at New Orleans. 

18 — state lournament, here. _, ■ ...-,_. . „ . t, 

,„„..„ . , ISIav l\ — L. h. L . at Baton Kouare. 

19 — state lournament, here. ^r " ,- c ii t- i. ■. 

May \o — southern lournament at 

21— Johns Hopkins, here. " >^-^„. Orleans. 

3— Duke, here. ^[.^^ 16— Southern Tournament at 

7 — Davidson, there. " New Orleans. 

8 — Vanderbilt at Nashville. May 21 — Duke at Durham. 





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1929 Golf Team 

eOlltF 1930 

Coach 

Captain 

Manager 

The Schedule 

March 29— N. C. State, here. 

April 9 — William and M;:ry, here. 

April 11 — Wake Forest, here. 

April 12 — Duke, here. 

April 19— Georgia Tech at Atlanta. 

April 25 — State Tournament at Greensboro, 

April 26 — State Tournament at Greensboro. 



J. F. Kexfield 

Charlie Chatham 
June Adams 



-\pril 28— Vanderbilt at Nashville. 
May 1-2-3 — Southern Tournament at Birm- 
ingham. 
May in— N. C. State at Raleigh. 
May 17 — Virginia at Charlottesville. 

( Duke and Wake Forest pending another 
engagement.) 




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G. E. Shepard, Director 

T I 'THE purpose of Intramural atliletics is to provide some form of sport for all 
memtitrs of tlie student body. Director Shepard, assisted by "Mac" Gray, and 
Wallace Shelton. have kept this purpose steadfastly in mind and their efforts have 
resulted in the most successful year the Department has ever liad. More students 
are participating in each sport e\;ery j'ear, and additional events have been added 
to the Intramural program. Also more equipment has been provided by the Intra- 
mural officials. The slogan "Athletics for all" is becoming more and more a reality 
on the University campus. 



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Aycock Dormitory — Basketball Champions Beta Theta Pi — Football Champions 

Fall 

Cross Country: 

Tag Football: Team Winner Tar Heel Club 

Dormitory Ciiampions New Dorms Individual Winner T. Watkins 

Fraternity Champions - Beta Theta Pi 

Novice Track ^Ieet 

Campus Champions Beta Theta Pi 

learn \\ inner Beta Theta Pi 

High Scorer ..„ D. Waugh 

Winter 

Basketball: 

Dormitory Champions Aycock 

Fraternity Champions D. K. E. 

Campus Champions Aycock 

Spring Program 

Boxing Tennis 

Wrestling Fencing 

Track Horseshoes 

Baseball Decathlon 

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C. O. Sapp 
J. D. McDaniel 
R. S. Farris 
C. M. Barkley 
C. Wrenn 
A. T. Allen 
P. B. Abbott 

C. E. Waddell 
\V. E. Merritt 
W. L. Harper 

F. A. Adkins 

G. V. Cowper 

D. A. Nims 
J. S. Stafford 
Philip Jackson 
N. B. Lufty 
R. R. Little 

C. J. Blackwood 
W. E. Eskew 
C. P. Erickson 
J. B. Fenner 
R. M. Gray 
.1. T. Harden 
H. C. House 
J. S. Hudson 
W. S. Koenig 
J. E. Magner 
J. R. Maus 



E. S. Nash 
C. L. Wyrick 
C. R. Baucom 
G. M. Cohen 
W. G. Lowry 
W. C. Medford 
W. H. Brown 

A. R. Harpet 
Evan Vaughn 
H. J. Sheffield 
C. V. Cummings 
Noah Goodridge 
John Warren 
G. O. Davis 

L. F. Stallings 
W. O. Woodard 
R. H. Moore 
Marion Cowper 

F. J. Ferguson 
Herman Schnell 
M. D. Rand 

B. U. Whitehead 
Philip Sher 

A. L. Wright 
J. D. Bulluek 
M. M. Shajuro 
E. D. Yeomans 

G. L. Bagby 



E. P. Dameron 
K. A. Gay 
H. R. Garrett 
David Neiman 
W. A. Perry 
Bowman Gray. Jr. 
J. D. Branch 
T. R. Brown 
S. E. Crew 
Gavin Dortch 
E. D. Fvsal 
J. U. Gilbreath 

E. R. Lipscomb 
H. S. Mclver 
H. A. Nelson 
R. A. Parslev 

C. M. Redfern 

F. W. Slusser 

D. M. Snyder 
L. A. Spaulding 

G. D. Thompson 
W. S. Tabb 

J. K. Ward 
D. J. Craig, Jr. 
J. J. Coiien 
C. B. Phoenix 
G. N. Pierce 
J. J. Alexander 



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Drive thy biixiness! Let not it drive thee. 
— Poor Richard's Almanac. 



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Camels are odds-on favorites in every 
field. There isn't a cigarette . . . 
anywhere . . . that can touch 
them for fragrance, for mildness, 
for downright smoking pleasure! 

Camel 



CIGARETTES 



© 1930, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco 
Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. 










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THE CABOLINA THEATME 

APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE 

and 

INVITES YOU TO VISIT OUR OTHER 

THEATRES THROUGHOUT 

THE STATE 



One of the Publix-Sae7igers Theatres 



VARSITY CLOTHES 

for the 
COLLEGE MAN 

Hand Tailored and 
Sold Exclusively by 

NATS 

Agcnis for 




Chai'ki, Hill, X. C. 

"National}// Kiiozcii — 
Justin Famous" 



Diamonds Pearls 

Pkeciocs Stones 

Watches, Clocks, 

SlI>VERWAKE 

Our .16th Year 

(§chiffmans 

Established 1893 

IvEADiNG Jewelers 

Greexsboro 



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MOULTON 

T^hotographers 



PORTRAIT 
HOME PORTRAIT 
COLLEGE ANNUALS 

COMMERCIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 



FORT BRAGG, N. C. 
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DONT GO WANTING 


If vou 


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HAPPY buy an Atimter Kent Radio 


If 


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HOT buy our Coal. 


If 


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LIGHT buy Mazda Lamps. 


If 


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COLD buy a Frigid aire. 


If 


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CLEAN use our IVater. 


If 


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If 


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a Real Electric Range get Universal. 


If 


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the bes-t service in Town 






Come to the 


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CONSOLIDATED PLANTS 




Electric and Water Division 




Phone 6161 Day or Night 



Patterson 
Bros. 

GREETINGS 
TO 
THE 

CLASS OF 
1930 
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Patterson 
Bros. 



Cone Export 
AND Commission Co. 



Cotton Fabfics 



Greexsboro, N. C. 
New York, N. Y. 



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Your Most Versatile Servant 

Electricity has become the most versatile servant of the 
home, the office, the store and factory. 

In the home it cooks the meals, refrigerates the food, enter- 
tains with music over the radio or various types of reproducing 
machines, sweeps the floors, washes the clothes and curls the 
hair. 

In the office, store and factory electricity multiplies the 
efficiency of man's hands and increases his income. 

It is the business of your Electric Power Company to see 
that these modern servants are constantly on the job — day 
and night. 



Carolina Power & Light Company 




DEPENDABLE 

Qualitii - Service 
Prices 



Great Atlantic & Pacific Co! 



Financing Chapel Hill 
Business 

It may be the home, the business 
institution, the University, or your 
own personal account, but you will 
find that the Bank of Chapel Hill 
plays an important part in financing 
the business of Chapel Hill. Safety. 
convenience, and service, all make 
this bank the place for your funds. 

The 
Bank of Chapel Hill 

Oldest and Strongest Bank in 
Orange County 

M. C. S. Noble, President 

R. L. Strowd, Vice-Pres. 

]M. E. HoGAN, Cashier 



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Eat 
Waverly Ice Cream 

"Made its ccay by the way it's made' 

For Sale hi/ 
EUBANKS DRUG CO. 



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Manutaetured by 

Waverly Ice Creaun Co., Inc. 

DURHAM, X. C. 



Meet Me at 

Sutton's 
Drug Store 



"The Student Drug 
Store" 



Strowd Motor Co. 

Ford Products 

Since 1914. 



We Appreciate 
Your Patronage 



Kodidts, Victrolas, Radios, 
Athletic Goods 

And Everything Found in an 

Up-to-Date 

Stationery Store 



University Book & 
Stationery Co. 

J. IjIxwood Sutton, Prop. 

Sutton BIdo-. 



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We Want to Say — 

THANKS 

Our hope is tliat those who 
have earned tlieiv sheep- 
skins and are ahoiit to enter 
tliat nnhniited number in 
the 

Freshman Class of 

Professional and 

Business Life 

will a(kl to their memory of 
"Carolina" and the "Hill" 
just a thought of a service 
this de]3artment has tried to 
give. 

Good Luck to those that 
depart — we 11'' el come those 
that return and to those 
that are to CO^IE we as- 
sure a Laundry Service 
that Satisfies. High Quality 
of Work as well as the 
lowest possible price con- 
sistent with good work, is 
our motto. 



For a "Clean Game" alwavs 



Laundry Department 

Uu iversiti/ Co u solid at ed 
Service Plants 



The Greensboro 

Daily News 

One of the outstanding news- 
j>apers of the South, published 
ill a progressive state, for a pro- 
gressive people. 

There is more of interest in the 
daily newspapers today than ever 
htfore in the history of journal- 
ism. 

This newspaper presents the 
news, all of it, in an attractive 
wav; a newspaper complete, easy 
to read, thoroughly enjoyed and 
appreciated by over thirty-five 
thousand paid subscribers em- 
bracing all classes, and the total 
is constantly increasing. 

Circulation Dept. 

Greensboro Daily News 
Greensboro, X. C. 



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a vast clientele in North Carolina, 
and this ripe experience, coupled 
with a complete modern equipment, 
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Student's 

Supply 

Store 



Spniddhui Sport Shop 

Everything for the student 

CHArEi, Hill, X. C. 



Fancv Ices 



Sherbets 



Durham Ice Cream 
Co., Inc. 

"Blue Ribbon" 

Ice Cream 

durham, n. c. 

"Won its Favor bu its Flavor" 



Blocks 



Punch 



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Protection 

A million dollars worth of 

protection stands back of 

every deposit made in The 

Fidelity Bank. 

Co ill pi etc facilities for modern 
financial needs. 



The Fidelity Bank 

DURHAM. N. C. 

'Growing Larger by Sending Better' 



Support the Advertisers 
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annuals, to render a helpful and con- 
structive service dii'ected toward enabling 
a student staff to get out a representative, 
distinctive book witltin their budget. 

In connection with our new and modern ])rint- 
ing plant we maintain a large Art and Service 
Department where page borders, cover designs, 
division pages, and complete decorative and 
illustrative motifs are created and worked out. 

Dhe 
duEEN City Printing Company 

Where better T^nnting Qosts £ess 

Charlotte, N. C. 

A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR SCHOOL PLBLICATIOISS 

PRINTERS OF THE YACKETY YACK 








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Painter, sculptor, 
architect, master 
of line, form and 
color, whose skill 
and conscientious 
efforts are an in- 
spiration to the 
creative artists 
and designers of 
today. 



ClHAO^ILOTIE ENdilR/WDNOi 
CCMPANV 



INCORPORATED 

DESIGNERS 

ENGRAVERS 

YACIKEW 

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