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THE LffiRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

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THE COLLECTION OF 
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We pause one hundred and fifty years later to express our appreciation to the far-seeing 
founders of the University of North Carolina for the heritage that they have given us. To 
the pioneers who led in the establishment of democracy for a free people, in the education of 
that free people, in the birth of the first state university, the student body is deeply grateful. 
In spite of opposition from those who considered it a "hot-bed of skepticism and indiscretion," 
in spite of the ebb and flow of financial currents, in spite of the demands ofy^ars^Jijd their 
aftermaths, the University has grown. Today we are a part of the GreaterfiJniver^tyN»f the 
State of North Carolina; today we are an educational leader in our^af P^fi ^he 'So^tU, and 
in the Nation. Our alumni are the educators, statesmen, rniflisteps^'lTiaViuX^cturers. jS/ientists, 
doctors, executives, farmers, writers, artists of our land/^They ar^theVajSvotSh^of our Na- 
tion, the respected of our state, the pride of Carolina 

"This university soul finds its true expression in miaistry toythe~tntyiifeiuar wants\ind the 

spiritual needs of the great masses of a democratic/ people," 

In 1931, the red-letter day that not only observed 

into a greater University, but also saw the inaugiiratrscLin Reiyi V-atacliurn 

ham, our president pledged himself to the higl//idea| oflnAkiiWXChapel ETff^^lponghold 

of learning and an outpost of light and liberty imond tli«'"Tropa^r^\(;^ mankind." We, the 

student body of 1940, promise with the mafiylloyal classes that Ka^^^gohs^fore us to offer 

our support in the fight for a more noble schoolNsWe are the heirs of oh^huntk^ and fifty 

years of experience, of one hundred and fifty yearsN^f thc^owth qf^ Ul*jversi^ which 

today demands our love, inspires our lives, and makes us s^y^We'Tirglud wcT cane Ho Caro 

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In this panoramic sketch of the work and play at Chapel 

as truly as possible in order that a stronger interest in the 

the people of our state, in order that they may know th( true serV jce that>sfi r iKjtitutio 

rendering, in order that we, the students, may thumb th ough thes^-pufieS-aiia feel 

within us memories of our years at Carolina. 



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Coach Robert Allison Fetzer came to our campus in 1921. Then, he was half of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina's coaching staff. Now, Coach Bob, as he is affectionately known to all 
students, faculty, and alumni, is the Director of our Athletic Department — a department 
that is the envy of every school in the nation. His program with its expanding staff, facilities, 
and schedules has advanced his theme, "Athletics for All." 

Quietly, modestly, and yet effectively Coach Bob has sought to give all athletic squads, and 
through them the student community, lasting qualities of sportsmanship. He often speaks of 
an "intangible something" that should characterize Carolina teams and their student sup- 
porters. This is sportsmanship, fair play, and high morale. His own influence has been largely 
responsible for instilling these qualities into University athletics, and in many respects Coach 
Bob's own character has given that "intangible something" reality. 

It is with highest esteem that the Class of nineteen hundred and forty dedicates its Yackety 
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Deans, Alumni, Student Government, Classes, 

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THINGS WE DID . . . 

Extra-Curricula Activities Page 182 

HQNDRS WE WDN . . . 

Honorary Organizations Page 218 

GAMES WE PLAYED . . . 

Athletics, Intramurals Page 230 

FUN WE HAD . . . 

Fraternities, Social Organizations, Beauties, 

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THE PEOPLE 



in this, time of crisis, when democracy is meeting grave trials in many parts of the world, Doctor Graham has given to us 
and the American People a magnificent statement of American Democracy and ideals. The following citation has been 
acclaimed by many the most concise and complete statement of democracy ever spoken. It was delivered by President 
Graham when he bestowed an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws on President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Chapel Hill, 
December 5, 1938. We, the class of 1940, may ever hold this before us and use it as a goal to be reached in our lives 
which stretch out before us: 

"Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the University of North Carolina welcomes you, not only as the leader of the people of America 
boldly groping fir a way out of economic depressions but also as the leader of the people of the world valiantly hoping 
for a way forward from democratic retreat and international despair. 

"Through your leadership the voice and ideals of America are counting on the side of oppressed minorities and disin- 
herited majorities. The America for which you gallantly speak, inclusive of factions and parties, stands for the freedom 
of open and wide discussion of all issues and a fair hearing to all sides; for the ways of peace and democracy rather than 
of war and dictatorship; for a new hope to youth and a more equal educational opportunity to all the children in all the 
states ; for the right to honest work whether in private industry or on public works ; for humane nation-wide minimum 
standards of hours, wages and conditions of fair competition in justice to workers and business men; for money as the 
medium of exchange rather than as master of labor and enterprise; for the saving of our soils, minerals, forests, and water- 
powers; for the security of banks, farms, industries, and homes; for farmers as equal partners in our economic society; for 
the advancement of American democracy by more equality of bargaining power through the organization of workers, the 



THE PRESIDENT 



cooperation of farmers and information of consumers ; for social securit)' against old age, unemployment, sickness, and the 
hazards of modern society; for intelligent production as a way of abundance and decent consumption as a way of life; and 
for a more abundant distribution of the good life for all people in the eternal adventure toward the Kingdom of God. 

"In appreciation of the democratic faith and the humane hopes your American leadership gives to the people of the world 
in this time of crisis and bewilderment, the University of North Carolina, by the vote of the faculty and the trustees, confers 
upon you the degree of Doctor of Laws." 




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President Graham of the University of North Carolina is not 
long in becoming "Dr. Frank" to his students, and they Susie 
Jones and Sam Smith to him. His ability to remember names, his 
mischievous sense of humor, and his deep insight into student 
problems are only a few of his endearing qualities. He is an 
integral and inseparable part of the Carolina tradition. His 
greatest pride is in being every student's "little friend". 



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ROBERT BURTON HOUSE 



2)..„ „/ ADMINISTRATION 



The friendliness and genuine courtesy which are the unmistakable message of 
his warm handshake have endeared Dean House to every Carolina student. 
And behind that neighborly clasp is a magnificent man, an alert, deep-thinking, 
learned, informal, philosophical, sincere, and keenly humorous man whose 
grip is enduring. 

Product of the University's tried and historic concepts in 1916, he is their 
distinguished guardian and purveyor in 1940. In stimulating young people to 
adopt the ancient lesson of the University, and to make of themselves true 
scholarly gentlemen and useful citizens no man does a more effective job than 
Dean House. And this he does by broad inspiration of example as well as by 
forceful preachment. 

Stalwart defender of the University's character, ready colleague in every stu- 
dent enterprise, powerful influence for simplicity, harmony and service to the 
state, he is a matchless force in the lives of Carolina Students. 



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FRANCIS FOSTER HRADSHAW 



2)-« »/ STUDENTS 



From the spirit of Francis F. Bradshaw have emanated many of the line pre- 
cepts which won for the University its distinguished position in America. For 
twenty years as Dean of Students he has been an indomitable champion of 
student self-government and loyal defender of the mstitution's fundamental 
integrity. 

Here is a man as impartial as any, a resolute foe of prejudice and a convincing 
advocate of truth. In a place where the threat of dogma presses relentlessly 
against men's convictions he has maintained courageous allegiance to intellec- 
tual honesty. At the hands of no man would virtue get more ready praise, or 
Satan a more honest hearing. 

Mild of manner, his strength lies not in an external defiance but in the quiet 
infallibility of logic, kindliness, and patience. In a college community where 
the trials and dilemmas of youth strike continuously, his insight, sympathy, and 
understanding are the unfailing refuge of the bewildered and distressed. 




UEAN A .W. HDBBS; School of Arts and Sciences 

It may have been a sore arm, a broken fishing Hne which lost a big one, 
never getting a shot at a turkey, any of all three, which drove this sportsman 
to the teaching of mathematics. There is an affinity between the vivacious 
statements of fishermen and mathematical reasoning. It is more difficult to 
explain how such a man could sink to a deanship, an office in which there 
is no vacation, in which meetings come thickest and fastest when hunting 
season is most inviting. He bears the burdens of this office with the quizzical 
expression of a balky mule, a Gulliver among the Lilliputians, but he remains 
forever the hunter, believing that students and faculty can be trained to 
follow the scent of truth. 



DEANS 



UEAN CDRYDON PERRY SPRUILL; General College 

An acquaintance thinking of Dean Spruill would think m such terms as 
fairness, reliability, common sense, kindness and tact. One who knew him 
better would underline these terms and would add another. He would add 
an unfailing, quiet sense of humor, and a fight for quaint, ironic quips — 
attributes which would lighten the hard days and make it possible for the 
Dean to practice all the virtues named above in his trying and responsible 
position. Besides, he is an Oxonian without an accent and a crack gymnast 
without vainglory. 





DEAN DeWITT DUDLEY CARRDLL; School of Commerce 

Growing acquaintance with Dean Carroll showed that his talk to us as fresh- 
men on Twenty-four Hours a Day" expressed his own achievement in full 
and efficient living. Founder and head of the School of Commerce, earnest 
thinker, sundown golfer, and vigorous participant in business and civic life 
of Chapel Hill, he knows the answers and makes them work. 



DEAN SUSAN AKERS; School of Library Science 

Miss Akers has two middle names — the one is energy, the other is patience. 
Her boundless resourcefulness and ability command such respect that one is 
willing to work and work hard for her. She can bring forth a bit of humor 
to liven up every occasion. The great variety of her interests makes it a 
pleasure to talk with her. 





DEAN GRDVER BEARD; School of Pharmacy 

Since Grover Beard entered U.N.C!. as a freshman in iy(l3, he has been 
actively connected with the university. Besides this connection he has been 
secretary of the State Pharmaceutical Association since 1912 and managing 
editor of the N, C, Journal since 1919. He is a firm believer in pharmacy 
as a profession. Athletically he leans toward golf and can play a good game. 
At heart he is a farmer and spends much time after office hours in his garden 
at home. His great love is his Great Dane dog. 



DEANS 



DEAN W. deB. MacNIDER; School of Medicine 

Everyone knows Dr. MacNider's reputation and ability inside the laboratory, 
but few know that he is an ardent tiller of the soil. His garden as well as 
his collection of knives and baskets is the en\y of every Chapel Hillian. A 
folksy man who is interested in everyone, his walls are covered with pictures 
of his friends. Happy in his work, happy in his hobbies, Dr. MacNider is 
probably happiest in the role of parent of Sallie. 





DEAN M. T. van HECKE; School of Law 

The fact that "The Dean", supported by little Miss Shewmake, played third 
base in the recent Student-Faculty Day law baseball game is not indicative of 
his role in the daily routine of law school. His keenness of judgment is 
rivalled only by his never-failing good humor. He is as well-known for 
his friendly wink in the hall as he is for his "Restatement of the Injunction 
Against Torts." 



DEAN W. W. PIERSDN; Graduate School 

Pontifical Pierson, who can strut sitting down. They may say that he lives 
on an academic diet, that he is adamant to student petitions, that he plays 
his cards so closely that he scorches his best. But for all this, the Dean, who 
hails from Alamaba, is an able administrator, an authority on Latin America, 
speaks Spanish fluently, appreciates the nuances of political theory, is possessed 
of a rare wit, an analytical mind, a profound store of general knowledge, 
and is a real human being. 




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CAROLINA ALUMNI ASSDCIATIDN 

2. HE University Alumni Association draws its 
membership from some 23,000 living alumni, ranging 
in age from Thomas S. Norfleet '69 to the youngest 
graduate of last June. These alumni live in each of 
North Carolina's 100 counties and in every state of 
the federal union. 

Basic units in the Association are the permanent 
classes and the local alumni clubs. Every alumnus is 
listed with some University class and each class ar- 
ranges reunions at commencement on a definite 
schedule. Organized alumni clubs exist in the ma- 
jority of North Carolina counties and in larger 
centers of alumni population outside the State. 



Active dues-paying alumni compose the Association's membership. 
General officers are elected annually by mail ballot of the members. 
Directors are chosen by class and club organizations. The individual 
member in addition to voting privileges receives the Association's maga- 
zine, The Alumni Review, which is published monthly during the academic 
year. 

The Association's Executive Secretary is J. Maryon Saunders '25, who 
also is Editor of The AluDiui Review and in charge of the Central Alumni 
Office at the Carolina Inn. 

Elected officers during 1939-40 are: President, C. W. TiUett '09; Past 
President, J. C. B. Ehringhaus '01; Vice Presidents, Fred I. Sutton '08, 
W. A. Blount '20; and Treasurer, George Watts Hill '22. 

Directors in 1939-40 are Wm. R. Kenan, Jr. '94 (Honorary), Dr. 

Hubert Haywood '05, R. C. deRosset '18, L. F. Abernethy '06, Leo H. 

Harvey '20, Charles R. Jonas '25, Ben Sloan '29, L. T. Hartsell, Jr. '22, 
George Stephens '96, D. Edward Hudgins 
'28, John W. Umstead '09, E. Earle Rives '21, 
Gordon Gray '30, Thomas Turner, Jr. '23, T. A. 
DeVane '13, Ben K. Lassiter '05, T. J. Pearsall 
'27, Dr. J. C. Tayloe '18, J. T. Gresham '28, 
'W. B. Ellis '11, Lenoir Chambers '14, and W. 
D. Carmichael, Jr. '21. 



C. W. TILLETT 



FRED I. SUTTON 



W. A. BLOUNT 



J. M. SAUNDERS 



Alumni elected by the Association to the 
University Athletic Council are E. Earle Rives 
'21, Bowman Gray '29, and Dr. Foy Roberson 
'05. 





ALBERT COATES '18 

Organization and service are overworked words but they 
have genuine meaning in Albert Coates' dreams and designs. 
This University law teacher has founded and fostered the 
Institute of Government, which this year moved into its 
own building, as a laboratory organized to serve govern- 
mental units in North Carolina from constable to governor. 



GEORGE V. DENNY '22 

The stage and platform have been George V. Denny, Jr.'s 
career. With the Carolina Playmakers here he gained and 
developed technique that enabled him later to extend via 
radio in "America's Town Meetings of the Air" the freedom 
of discussion which has distinguished New York's Town 
Hall platforms. 



THESE HAVE FDUND A WAY 



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HE four alumni pictured on this page 
represent more than twenty thousand living 
students. They are chosen from among grad- 
uates of the University in the period since 
the "World War. Each of them has created a 
career that places him in a leading role on 
the stage of current happenings. As younger 
men they saw dreams which now they are 
realizing. The contributions of good example 
these men are making mark them for the 
present student generation. They have created 
from the mental pictures drawn by them- 
selves careers which are original and pioneer- 
ing in nature. The 1940 Yackety Yack is 
privileged for that reason to have them repre- 
sent University alumni on this page. 



PAUL GREEN '21 

A Pulitzer prize winner on Broad- 
way who also spent a spell in 
Hollywood scenario writing, Paul 
Green deliberately has chosen to 
teach and work in Chapel Hill. 
Here he remains in the stream 
of dramatic trends with such no- 
table pioneering contributions as 
"The Lost Colony" and "The 
Highland Call." 



KAY KYSER '28 

Probably no other University 
alumnus is so widely known as 
Kay Kyser — whose name on his 
'28 diploma reads James Kern 
Kyser. Law gave way to the 
entertainment business he began 
in college, and Kyser since has 
created a career in dance music, 
radio entertainment, and motion 
pictures. 





BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Governor Clyde Roark Hoey, President Ex Officio; Clyde Atkinson 
Erwin, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Member Ex Officio; and Henry 
M. London, Secretary of the Board, lead the one hundred trustees of the 
University who are named below. To this entire group the University of North 
Carolina owes a great debt. It is through them and their efforts that the Presi- 
dent has been able to do so much for the advancement of a Greater University. 

Trustees of the University of North Caro- 
Hna: Mr. A. B. Andrews, Mrs. Kate P. 
Arrington, Mr. Dudley Bagley, Mr. Wal- 
ter D? Barbee, Mr. H. D. Bateman, Mr. 
K. D. Battle, Mr. Emmett H. Bellamy, 
Mr. S. M. Blount, Mr. J. A. Bridger, Mrs. 
Minnie Mclver Brown, Mr. Victor S. 
Bryant, Mr. J. E. Butler, Mr. Charles F. 
Gates, Mr. R. T. Chatham, Miss Annie M. 
Cherry, Mr. J. W. Clark, Mr. W. G. 
Clark, Hon. Hayden Clement, Mrs. Laura 
W. Cone, Hon. H. G. Connor, Hon. Bur- 
ton Craige, Hon. Josephus Daniels, Mr. 
I. P. Davis, Mr. J. G. Dawson, Mr. Arthur 
M. Dixon, Hon. R. A. Doughton, Con- 
gressman Carl T. Durham, Mr. R. R. 
Eagle, Hon. J. C B. Ehringhaus, Mr. C. 
C Efird, Hon. C A. Erwin, Hon. R. O. 
Everett, Mr. J. B. Fearing. 

Mr. W. E. Fenner, Mr. A. D. Folger, 
Hon. R. T. Fountain, Mr. Jones Fuller, 
Hon. O. Max Gardner, Mr. James A. 
Gray, Mr. George C. Green, Mr. E. C. 
Gregory, Mr. Harr)' P. Grier, Jr., Mr. J. 
D. Grimes, Hon. R. L. Harris, Hon. J. S. 
Hill, Mr. T. C Hoyle, Jr., Mr. Henry L. 
Ingram, Mr. Robert Grady Johnson, Mr. 



A. Hall Johnston, Mr. I. T. Johnston, 
Hon. C. A. Jonas, Hon. J. H. Kerr, Mr. 

B. K. Lassiter, Mr. M. C Lassiter, Mrs. 
Robert Lassiter, Mr. K. P. Lewis, Mr. R. 
E. Little, Mr. A. H. London, Mr. H. M. 
London, Mr. W. L. Lumpkin, Mr. G. L. 
Lyerly, Mrs. E. L. McKee, Major L. P. 
McLendon, Mr. G. B. Mason, Mrs. L. C 
Mebane, Mr. W. D. Merritt. 

Mr. J. E. Millis, Mr. A. L. Monroe, Hon. 
Cameron Morrison, Mr. H. B. Morrow, 
Hon. Walter Murphy, Mr. Hariss New- 
man, Mr. Kemp. B. Nixon, Mr. C B. 
Park, Jr., Hon. Haywood Parker, Mr. Ed- 
win Pate, Mr. J. C. Pittman, Dr. Clarence 
Poe, Mr. J. H. Poole, Mr. J. T. Pritchett, 
Mr. R. J. Reynolds, Jr., Mr. Marvin L. 
Ritch, Mr. Carl A. Rudisill, Miss Easdale 
Shaw, Mr. J. Benton Stacy, Mr. George 
Stephens, Miss Lelia Styron, Mr. Fred 
Sutton, Mr. K. S. Tanner, Mr. H. P. Tay- 
lor, Mr. S. F. Teague, Mrs. May L. Tom- 
linson, Mr. Irvin B. Tucker, Mr. John 
Umstead, Mr. G. R. Ward, Hon. Leslie 
Weil, Hon. Charles Whedbee, Hon. J. K. 
Wilson, Hon. F. D. Winston, and Hon. 
Graham Woodward. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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AROLINA students have one of the oldest and at the 
same time one of the most Hberal and responsible self- 
governments to be found anywhere. This government has 
evolved slowly but definitely through many decades from 
absolute faculty control to its present form only because of 
a greater feeling of responsibility on the part of each suc- 
ceeding student generation with the ever increasing desire 
to control and govern itself to a greater extent. Thus, today, 
our student government is truly self-government in practice 
as well as in name and as such is the most highly prized 
possession of every Carolina student. 

This government is built in the form of a great pyramid, 
including every phase and branch of activity on the campus, 
building up with increasing jurisdictional power to its peak, 
the Student Council, an elected body, which is the "Supreme 
Court" or final authority of all campus organizations and 
activities. Thus it is that the student body, through its various 



democratically elected groups regulates general campus life, 
edits its publications, controls its dances and other forms of 
entertainment, and determines how its own self-imposed 
fees shall be spent, as well as establishing and enforcing its 
own standards of honor and decency. Based upon the idea 
of "learning to do by doing", this administrative govern- 
ment, is a most important part of the general educational 
system of the University, attempting to experience all in the 
process of good government, so that our campus citizens of 
today will be the outstanding citizens of the world tomorrow. 

Being free of written constitutions, strict rules, and con- 
fining laws, students are required only to act always as be- 
fitting a Carolina gentleman and so have the invaluable 
privilege of being able to live and develop their lives during 
their University days according to their own wishes, always 
in the knowledge that they are mutually respected as men 
of honor. 




OFFICERS DF STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



± HE Student Body elects every spring the officers, known as the Student 
Council, who are to govern it for the ensuing year. In order that the Student 
Council may be truly democratic and representative of all the students on the 
campus, each class and each professional school of the University elects one 
representative to it. Also to insure that some members of the council will have 
had training in the special work of the council, one hold-over member is chosen 
by the newly-elected members from the retiring council of the previous year. 
Thus there is never an entirely new council unfamiliar with its duties, but 
always several members who have served at least one year on it. 



FAIRLEY 
WOOD 



Last year the student body elected James Evans Davis 
President of the Student Council, Jack Fairley, Vice- 
President, and Charles Edward Wood, III, Secretary- 
Treasurer. The representatives chosen by the senior, 
junior, and sophomore classes respectively were Mac 
Nisbe, David James Morrison, and \V. T. Martin. 
The Pharmacy School selected as its representative 
Alfred Costner, the Law School Pope Lyon, and the 
Medical School Lee Large. The hold-over member 
chosen by these members was William A. Dees. 

The Student Council meets at least once every week 
and often more frequently when it has much work to 
do. The most important part of the council's work is 
the trial of students accused of violating the honor 
code and the imposition of penalties upon all those 
convicted of these charges. 



DAVIS, FAIRLEY, WOOD 





THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council was the supreme governing group of the student body. 
The Council exercised all three powers of go\'ernment, although it used the 
legislative power chiefly because the Student Legislature failed to assume this 
responsibility. 

In the spring of 1938, a majority of the student body voted to establish a 
Student Legislature in keeping with the democratic ideal of the separation of 
powers. The Student Council was defined by the constitution of the Legislature 
as a judicial body only; to the President of the student body was delegated 
executive control; and the Legislature itself was invested with complete legis- 
lative power. Nevertheless, the Council quietly proceeded to exercise the 
legislative function along with their judicial and executive tasks. 

The most vital and important among the varied duties of this body was to 
penalize all violators of the Honor and Campus Codes. Quite obviously, this 
task was exceedingly difficult and was carried out with great care. Those accused 
of violating the Codes appeared before the eleven members of the Council for 
questioning. Their guilt or innocence was conscientiously determined, and the 
Council rendered judgment. In addition to upholding the Honor and Campus 
Codes, the Council was often called on to act on matters of vital interest to the 
campus at large. Thus, with the Student Council rested the responsibility of 
upholding the campus standards of honor and good conduct. 



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THE WDMAN'S 
ASSOCIATION 



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HE officers of the Woman's Association are: 
Melville Fort Corbett, President; Martha Laetitia 
Kelly, Vice-President; Gene Patton Rankin, Secre- 
tary; Sarah Stilley McLean, Treasurer; and Mrs. Inez 
K, Stacy, Advisor to Women. 

The Woman's Association is the governing body of 
the women students. Through this organization of 
which all women are members, their own standards 




Seated: McLEAN, KELLY, CORBETT, RANKIN 

Standing-. DOBBINS, KENNISON, WARD, COBLE, REDFERN 



of self-government are set. In this way an atmosphere 
of responsible freedom is maintained. 

A general meeting of the Women's Student Body is 
held at least once a quarter at which any student has 
a right to put before the Association any proposal 
which she feels might be of interest to the women 
students. Through legislation in this body policies 
are formed and women's activities are promoted. 

The executive body, known as the Woman's Council, 
has judicial and quasi-legislative powers. It has final 
jurisdiction in all matters pertaining to the Honor 
System, the Campus Code, and the regulations for 
women. The Council attempts to develop in in- 
dividuals the capacity to govern themselves by 
encouraging them to engage in activities which are 
instrumental in building character and leadership. 



CORBETT 

KELLY 

RANKIN 

McLEAN 

MRS. STACY 








7" 

J. HE COUNCIL is composed of ten representatives: the four officers of the 
Woman's Association, the house-president of each of the dormitories, a gradu- 
ate representative elected at large, and the president of the town students. 

Since the admission of a few women students into the graduate school in 1897, 
the enrollment has grown so that now women are admitted into all fields of 
scholarship. Coeds have identified themselves with all phases of campus life. 
Their wide-spread interests range from the realm of the fine arts to politics and 
labor problems, from social life to distinguished scholastic work and profes- 
sions. Women have distinguished themselves in the field of publications and in 
all other strong campus groups. 

The Woman's Association, working through the Y.W.C.A. and the Woman's 
Athletic Association, creates a well-balanced program for each of its members 
throughout the year. 

The Woman's Integration Board is composed of those women who hold the 
presidency of any campus organization, fraternity, or academic school. The 
Board represents united effort for executing successfully programs of each 
woman's organization and seeks to further the welfare and advance the status 
of the women's student body. 

There are three national women's fraternities: Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Delta Pi, and 
Chi Omega. Each has its own residence home. The Woman's Pan-Hellenic 
Council, composed of representatives of the fraternities, governs and regulates 
their activities. 

Alpha Kappa Gamma, national honorary fraternity, fosters high ideals and 
standards by recognizing women excelling in leadership, scholarship, and char- 
acter. Real contributions to the campus social calendar are the annual May Day 
pageant, alumnae Homecoming program, and Woman's Association Dance. 

With a membership of 
over five hundred women 
the Women's Association 
is growing year by year. 
Entering wholeheartedly 
into the life at the Uni- 
\ersity which they have 
done much to create, the 
women realize that Caro- 
lina expects of each and 
every student something 
positive and creative in 
preserving and adding to 
her traditions. 



WOOD, MARTIN, JORDON, CORBETT. 
EVERETT, BRONSON 




..S^." AJcis* 



j»_ j».i»'>5».*;A. 





^I ^a^h Mk 



McKINNON 



THE STUDENT LEGISLATURE 



T. 



AKING another progressive step toward com- 
plete student government, the Student Body, in the 
spring of 1938, adopted a constitution estabUshing 
the Student Legislature. The Legislature was granted 
power limited only by the word "legislative" but 
subject to the veto of the Student Council which can 
be over-ridden only by a two-thirds vote of the entire 
membership of the legislature. 

Throughout the school year of 1938-39, the Legisla- 
ture was, to a certain extent, a dormant group. This 
was largely caused by inexperience and the lack of the 
realization of its power. But this year, due to an 
interested and efficient Ways and Means Committee, 
the Student Legislature has awakened to its possibili- 
ties and powers. After a year's existence, the machin- 
ery of the legislature has been largely smoothed out 
so that a piece of pertinent legislation can be dealt 
with efficiency and within a reasonable amount of 
time. The establishment of the Student Safety Coun- 



cil, the designation of voting precincts, and the correct 
procedure of passing class budgets are acts that are 
themselves a justification of the existence of the 
Legislature. 

With the power of examining all campus-wide fees 
and the method of their expenditure, the Student 
Legislature occupies an important financial position 
by its authority to reduce the amount of fees and to 
pass the budgets of the Publication Union, The Stu- 
dent Entertainment Committee, The Student Union, 
The Debate Council, and the Student Government. 
This power, if properly exercised, should awake the 
campus from its lethargy concerning these fees which 
all pay — often without realizing for what. 

The original idea of the Student Legislature was sug- 
gested with the hope of making legislation previously 
handled by the Student Council more representative 
of the entire Student Body and with the hope of re- 



36 



ducing the work of the Student Council. Both aims 
have been, at least partially, recognized, and with the 
passage of time, the results should become more 
apparent. 

According to the survey of the University that was 
made a few years ago by the General Board of Educa- 
tion, the school had a more absolute student govern- 
ment than any other college in the country. The estab- 
lishment of a Student Legislature enhances our 
already prominent position in respect to student gov- 
ernment. 





s. 



en^or 



a 



ass 



Class Officers: Bennett Haskin Hunter, President; George 
WaJ:ts Carr, Jr., Vice-President; Elisabeth Murray Warren, 
Secretary; Morris William Rosenberg, Treasurer; John Malcolm 
Nisbet, Student Council Representative. 



BENNY HASKIN HUNTER 

PRESIDENT 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 



NISBET 

CARR 

ROSENBERG 

MISS WARREN 

HUNTER 




Committee Chairman: Walter Ashe Wall, Executive 
Committee; Vance Hobbs, Dance Committee; John 
Joseph Burton, Cap and Gown Committee; Alonzo 
Hall, Senior Regalia Committee; Ben Frye Turner, 
Ring Committee; Thomas Bernard Nordan, Invita- 
tion Committee; Richard Campbell Worley, Gift 
Committee; James William MacCallum, Senior 
Week Committee; William Stauber, Project Com- 
mittee. 



Senior Honor Council: John Malcolm Nisbet, Chair- 
man; John Hare Bonner, Jr., Walter Clark, Alonzo 
Hall, Bennett Haskin Hunter, Thomas Bland Keys, 
John Franklin Lynch, Jr., Foy Roberson, Jr., Thomas 
Royster. 

Executive Committee: Walter Ashe Wall, Chairman; 
Donald Godfrey Ackerman, Robert Alexander, Paul 
Augustus Alford, Hal Byerly Armentrout, Lois 
Barnes, Henry DeWitt Barnett, Nickolas Aston 



Beadles, Robert Herbert, William Rennie Blalock, 
Dave Harry Bowman, Clyde Albert Brooks, Walton 
Peter Burkhimer, Joseph John Burton, Robert Har- 
ward Council, Joseph Green Dawson, Robert Vin- 
cent de Guzman, Edward Roy Dickerson, Phil Wray 
Ellis, Edwin Howard Guion, Alonzo Hall, Martin 
Luther Harmon, George David Harrelson, John 
Brame Harris, Vance Hobbs, Joseph Holman, Bennett 
Haskin Hunter, Marion Igo, William Marshall 
Karesh, Thomas Bland Keys, John Laurens, John 
Franklin Lynch, James William MacCallum, Jose- 
phine Martin, Albert Henry Mathes, Samuel Dace 
McPherson, Edward Heywood Megson, Charles Lee 
Moore, George Nickolson, Thomas Bernard Nordan, 
Winford Watter Norman, Jesse Miller Pike, James 
Pittman, George Francis Ralston, Edward Lee Ran- 



kin, Phillip Frank Robinson, Shelley Robert Rolfe, 
Morris William Rosenberg, William Stauber, San- 
ford Ivan Stein, William Tenenblatt, Ben Frye Tur- 
ner, Elisabeth Murray Warren, William Raul Weil, 
William Alonzo Winstead, Albert Cecil WooJrutif, 
Richard Campbell Worley. 

Dance Committee: Vance Hobbs, Chairman; Albert 
Mitchell Britl, Joe Dillon Hough, Royce Coles Jen- 
nings, Nathaniel Ernest King, David Reid Murchi- 
son, Alexander Preston Nisbet; John Webster Parker, 
Bert Leo Premo, Thomas Royster, John Vincent. 

Dance Leaders: James Davis, Jack Phifer Fairley, 
Martin Luther Harmon, Edward Heywood Megson, 
George Francis Ralston, Wiliam Alonzo Winstead. 



HDNDR 
COUNCIL 



LYNCH, KEYS, HUNTER. BONNER, 
ROYSTER, ROBERSON 




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SENIOR 
COMMITTEE 
CHAIRMEN 



Seated; BURTON, HOBBS, 
HUNTER, WALL, McCALLUM 

Standing: TURNER, WORLEY, 
HALL, STAUBER, NORDAN 



SENIOR 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 




40 




CHARLES STAPLES MANGUM, 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Born July 14, 1870 Died September 29, 1939 



a 1 



ISAAC JAMES KELLUM, JR., '40 

Marines. N. C. 
Born September 17, 191 S Died January 22, 1940 



THDMAS WALTON ALLEN, '42 

Kannapolis, N. C. 
Born June 26, 1921 Died February 29, 1940 



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SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



Donald Godfrey Ackerman 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

X* 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (2. 
3) ; Class Executive Committee (4) ; 
Fencing (1, 2). 



Samuel Henry Akers 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
A 2 II 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Paul Augustus Alford 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



William Anderson Allen, jr. 
Kinstun. N. C. 
K2 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



John Inge Anderson, Jr. 
Reidsvile, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Magazine (1); Daily Tar Heel (4); 
Glee Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Track (1): 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 




George Charles Aid 
Tryon, N. C. 
AX2 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Robert Gait Alexander 
Charlotte, N. C. 
X* 
('.iiididate for A.B. Degree. 



Henry Liles Allen 
Wadesboro, N. C. 
K A 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Ralph Milton Alperin 
Petersburg, Va. 



Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Class Ex- 
ecutive Committee (3). 



William George Anderson 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Z -\' 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class Ex- 
itutive Committee (4); Class Honor 
Council (1, 2, 3); Student Legislature 
i:!); Baseball 1); Class Dance Com- 
mittee, Chairman (1). 



James Applewhite 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Caiitliilate for B.S. Di-Kr.e; Glee Club 

(;i. t). 



Millard Thomas Bailey 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Robert Kennard Barber 

Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (3) ; Interdormitory Council (3. 



Henry DeWitt Barnett 

White Plains, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Amplio- 
terotlien; Carolina Political Union (3. 
t) ; Class Honor Council (1) ; Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 2, S); Golden Fleece; Grail; 
Interdormitory Council 1); Y.M.C.A. 
(1. 3), President (2). 



Mary Sara Barrett 
Durham, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 

(3, +). 




Hal Bycrly Armentrout, Jr. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Ex- 
ecutive Committee (1. 4); Daily Tar 
Heel (1). 



Anna Margaret Ballentine 
Manassas, Va. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(3. 1); Basketball (+); Tennis (3. 4). 



Lois Barnes 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

X V. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class Ex- 
ecutive Committee (3); Carolina Mag- 
azine (3, 4). 



Leonard Bernard Baron 

New York, N. Y. 

T E* 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Buccaneer 
1, 2) ; Daily Tar Heel (1). 



James William Batten 
Selma, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Interdor- 
mitory Council (3). 



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Nicholas Aston Beadles 
Asheville, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (S, 4) ; 13 Club; 
Tennis (4). 



Edmund DeBerry Bennett 

Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Mary Amelia Beard 
Staten Island, New York 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Mary Martha Bennett 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Atlas Devon Benton 

Parkersburg, N. C. 



Robert Berbert, Jr. 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 

Executive Committee (1). Executive Committee (4); Daily Tar 

Heel (1). 



Fred H. Berdan 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 

<I>K2 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Lacrns.'ie 
(3), Co-Captain ( + ). 



Dante Alighieri Berini 
Durham, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Baseball 

(1, 1). 



Marjorie Frances Bishop 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Walter Steele Blackmer, III 
Salisbury, N. C. 

2N 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Monogram 
Club (3, 4): Wrestling 3, 4). 




SENIOR 



44 




Elizabeth Shearer Blair 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Xil 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As- 
sembly; Playmakers (3. 4): V.W.C.A. 

(3. i). 



Joseph Henry Blickman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A* A 
Caiulidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1. 



Frederick Alexander Blount 

Pensacola, Fla. 

2 N A E A 

( :indidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(1. 2): Carolina Political Union (2, 3, 
4); Di Senate; Gimghoul; Yackety 
Vack (1. 2, 3). 



Joseph Boak, III 

Summit, New Jersey 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (1. 2); Inter- 
dormitory Council 3); Phi Assembly; 
Student Legislature (3); Fencing (1. 
2. 3. i). 



John Hare Bonner, Jr. 
Washington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (1, 4): Debate Squad 
13): Di Senate; Cross Country- (1. 2); 
Track 1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). Vice- 
I'resident (3), President (4). 



William Rennie Blalock 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (2, 3); Grail; Univer- 
sity Dance Committee (3. 4); Football 

(1. 2. 3, 4). 



Allan Ira Bloom 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

* A A * A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Cross 
Country (3); Fencing (1. 2), Captain 
(3. 4) ; Swimming (3). 



Barbara Olive Bloxam 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.W.C.A. 

(3. 4). 



Oscar WhetzellBolick, Jr. 
Conover, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Sara Elizabeth Bowles 
Spencer, N. C. 



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45 




Dave Harry Bowman 

Plamfield, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Decree; Class 
Kxecutive Committee (4) ; Monogram 
Club (4); Basketball (2, 3, 4). 



Darwin Hudson Boyd 

Savannah, Ga. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Golf (2. 3, 
4): Monogram Club (2, 3. 4). 



Mary Erdene Bowman 

Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Julian Chisolm Brantley, Jr. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

* r A A E A 

Candidate for A.B Degree: Inter- 
fraternity Couneil (4); Student Legis- 
lature (4) : 13 Club. 



Thomas Newton BraflFord 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Brs 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (4); Y..M.C.A. (1, 
2): Track, Manager (4). 



Robert Sumter Brawley 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

* II A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Chapel 
Organist (2, 3, 4) ; University Sym- 
ptiony Orchestra (1, 2). 



Carol Jean Breckenridge 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Herbert Vinson Bridgers 

Enfield, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club Candidate for B.S. Degree. 

Cll; Swimming 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). 



John Hilery Briggs, Jr. 
Lexington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



James Robert Brill 

Jamestown, N. Y. 
A E A 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class 
Executive Committee (1). 



SENIOR CL.. o/ 1940 



Gary Isham Britt 
Four Oaks, N.C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As- 
sembly. 



John Gay Britt 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Yack 
Yack (1. 2). 



Earle Wingo Brockman 
Gastonia, N. C, 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Clyde Albert Brooks 
Durham, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4); Track (4). 



Mary Jean Bronson 
Durham, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Clul) 
(3), President (4). 



Eloise McGowin Brown 
Andalusia, Ala. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Carolina 
Political Union (4); Glee Club (3), 
Vice-President (4); Yackett Yack (3, 



Ernest Allan Brown 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Humphrey Butler Brown 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Nancy Porter Brown 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Mary Anne Buchan 
Henderson, N. C. 

Candidate for .'\.B. Degree. 




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SENIOR CL.. o/ 1940 



Alfred Buck 
Uniontown, Pa. 

n A* 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (3) : Playmakers. 



Mary Blandford Burgess 
Spruce Pine, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Barbara Florence Burroughs 
Hoboken, N. J. 
A An 
Candidate fur A.B. Degree. 



John Carroll Busby 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3) ; Debate Council '3) ; Di Senate. 



Isaac James Bynum 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Buetaneer 
(i); Di Senate; Interdormitory Council 




Gladys Katharine Bulka 
Hamden, Conn. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Walton Peter Burkhimer 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (2, 4); Phi As- 
sembly; V.M.C.A,, Cabinet (2, 3). 



Joseph John Burton 
Greensboro, N. C. 

B rs 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee ( t) ; V.M.C.A. 

(4). 



William Medearis Butler 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ben 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Frances Livingston Caldwell 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Willis Thomas Carpenter, Jr. 

Durham, N. C. 

A T9. * M A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (I, 2, 
;)): Interdormitory Council (3). 



George Watts Carr, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 



A E 



* 1? K 



Candidate for A.B. Desrec; Class 
Honor Council 3); Class Officer, Vice 
President (*) ; Gimghoul (3, 4); Grail; 
Student Legislature (1) ; University 
Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Julian Terrell Caudill 
Elizabethton, Tenn. 
*r A 

Candidate f'>r A.B. Degree; Band (2); 
Glee Club (2); Boxing, Manager (3. 4). 



Godfrey 


Cheshire, 


Ir. 






Raleigh 


, N. C. 










K A 












Candidate 


for 


A.B. 


Degree 


; Class 


Executive 


Conim 


ittee 


(3. 


4); 


German 



Club Executive (3) ; Gorgon's Head. 



William Washington Chisholm 
Savannah, Ga. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Go 
Head. 





Albert Gallatin Carr 
Durham, N. C. 

Z ^I' 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Gorgon'.s 
Head; Sbeiks; Basketball (I, 2); Golf 
1. 2, 3, 4). 



Alexander Henry Carver, Jr. 
Wynnewood, Pa. 
<!> A e 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



James Richard Chasten, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



James Richard Chiles 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 



Betsey Chinn Clark 
Washington, D. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; 
Vack (3) ; y.W.C.A. (3, 4) 
tional Relations Club (3. 4). 



Yackety 
Interna- 



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Harry Lee Clark 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degle 



James Jefferson Clark 
High Point, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 



Roy Edward Clark 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree : Carolina 
Political Union (2. 3, 4); Class Execu- 
tive Committee (2): Phi Assembly; 
Tennis, Manager (1. 2. 3): V.M.C.A. 
(3. 4), Secretary (1, 2). 



Walter Clark, III 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

CandidatL' fur B.S. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (1): Class OfBcer. Vice- 
President (2): Gimghoul; Interfratcr- 
nity Coup'ii (4). 




f^Mfk 



Paul Larkin Clodfelter, Jr. 


Mary Janice Cobb 




Norfolk, Va. 


Kinston, N. C. 




Z <i' 


II I? * 




Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Buccaneer (3): Phi Assembly: 
C.A. (3); Internationa] Relation: 


* C'lil 



Dorothy Jane Coble 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3, 4) ; Daily Tar Heel (3. 4) ; V.W.C. 
A. (3, 4); Woman's Council ( t) ; 
Woman's Athletic Council (3. 4). 



Henry Luther Coble 
Greensboro, N. C. 



* K :;: 

ididate f 



A.B. Degree; Fen 



Julian Baxter Coghill, Jr. 


Walter Francis Cole, Jr. 


Charleston, 'W. Va. 


Greensboro, N. C. 


K2 


Ben 


Bulls; Class Executive Committee (1); 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Class Honor Council (1); German Club 




Executive. Vice-President (4); Uni- 




versity Dance Committee (4); Y.M. 




C.A. (1, 2). 






SENIOR 








^tttM^U^ 




Alice Louise Conner 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

(and; laU- fur A.Ii. Desree. 



George Herbert Cooper 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

*Ki: 



Cilndiiliile fi)r B.S. Degree; Football 
(1, 2). 



Melville Fort Corbett 
Kinston, N. C. 
II B <^ A K r 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As- 
sembly; International Relations Club 
(3) : Woman's Association, President 
ft): Y.W.C.A. (3). 



Robert Bruce Corpening 
Granite Falls, N. C. 



James Harold Corey 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

* M A 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 2. 
3. 4) ; V..\I.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 



Robert Harward Council 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Track (1); Candidate for B.S. Degree. 

Cross Country (1). 



Robert Martin Cox, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Dc 



Jack Anders Crawford 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Thomas Whittington Crockett 
Williamston, N. C. 

AZ n 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (4) ; Monogram Club 
(2, 3, 4); University Club; Cross 
Country (2. 3). Captain (4); Track (2, 
3. 4). 



Arthur Barton Cross, Jr. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

X* 

Candidate for B.S. D gree; Phi As 
sembly. 



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T. -^ 0S» 




Frank Nylan Cuneo 
New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Allen Sherrod Cutts 
Augusta, Ga. 

Candidate for A.B. Decree. 



Clifton Bailey Davis 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Inter- 
dormitory Council (1); Football (1). 



John Lorraine Davis 
Greensboro, N. C. 
2 X 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 

Courtland Wharton Dawson 
Montross, Va. 
* K 2 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3. 4) : Class Executive Committee 
(1); Di Senate; Student Legislature 
(3); University Club; Baseball (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Boxing. Manager (4) ; Football 
(1). 



Ralph Hicks Currin 
Creedmoor, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Baseball 

(1, 2). 



Howard Melton Davidson 
Greensboro, N. C. 
i; n 



Candidate for B.S. 
Country (1). 



Degree; Cross 



James Evans Davis 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

ATfi 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (1. 2. .3): Class 
Honor Council (2); Class OtBcer. 
Vice-President (3); Golden Fleece; 
Gorgon's Head ; Grail ; Monogram 
Club (2, 3. 4); Sheiks. President (3); 
Student Council (4); University Club, 
President; Track (1, 2, 3. 4); President 
of Student Body (4). 



William Emerson Davis 
High Point, N. C. 
*Ae 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Joseph Green Dawson, Jr. 
Kinston, N. C. 
i: II 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4); Debate 
Council (4) ; International Relations 
Club (3), Vice-President (4); Phi 
Assembly, Speaker (4) ; Student Ac- 
tivities Committee (1. 2, 3, 4); Student 
Legislature (4) ; Young Democrats 
Club, President (4). 



SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



Robert Vincent de Guzman 
Claverack, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3, i) ; Class Executive Committee (2, 
4); Daily Tar Heel (3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 
2, 3, 4). 



Pierino Francis D'Elia 
New London, Conn. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1. 



Lemuel Franklin Dennis 
Crisheld, Md. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: German 
Club Executive (4). 



Emile de Planque 

Staten Island, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Dan Bosko Desich 
Lorain, Ohio 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogram 
Club; Football (2): Lacrosse (2). 



Randolph McLeod Dick 
Sumter, S. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Gimghoul 
(3. 4): Basketball (4); Football (1, 2, 
4): Track (2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 
3. 4). 



Forrest Edward Deviney 
Shelby, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Patricia Hawthorne Dickinson 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Alvis Barnes Dickson 
Raeford, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degi 
sembly. 



Brice Templeton Dickson 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 







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SENIOR ««" ./ 1940 



Charles Edward Diffendal, Jr. 

High Point, N. C. 

A T fi 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: German 
Club Executive (O; Monogram Club: 
Golf (2. 3, 4). 



Martin Doniger 
Palisade, N. T. 

Candidate for A.n. Degree. 



Harry Fleming Driver 
Dunn, N. C. 

Candidate fur B.S. Degree: Clas.i 
Executive Committee (3); Interdormi- 
tory Council (31: Basketball (1); Box- 
ing (1): Football (1). 



Murray Don Drucker 

NewYork, N. Y. 

* A 

Buccaneer (2, 3. 4) : Carolina Maga- 
zine (2): Daily Tar Heel (1): Glee 
Club (1): Ba.seball (1): Basketball 
(2); Boxing (I): Swimming (3, 4). 



Lucy Gary Easley 
Richmond, Va. 

xn 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 




.Jfh 





<S"' 



y, 



ijff ii 




Edward Bentley Dilworth 

Brynmawr, Pa. 

X* 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monog 
Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



John Nelson Dorsey 

Shelby. N. C. 

ASH 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class 
Executive Committee (2); Interdormi- 
tory Council (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 



Bertram Morris Drucker 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



William Thomson Dye, Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

<!> B K A * A 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Tlii As 
stmbly; Y.M.C.A. (I. 2. 3, 4). 



Olen Cordell Easter 
Lexington, N. C. 

Candidate for -\.B. Degree; Iider- 
dormitory Coun.il (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 

2, 3. 4). 



Charles Henry Edwards, Jr. 
Goldsbiiro. N. C. 



Harvey Carrow Elliott 

Washington, N. C. 

•I' r A 

Ciiiiaidato l(ir B.S. Depiee 
(2); rlii Assembly (4). 



Thomas William Ellis, Jr. 
Henderson, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; 
dormitory Council (4). 



Harriet deBerniere Elmore 
Spindale, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Jack Phifer Fairley 

Monroe, N. C. 

* B K 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Aniplio 
terothen; Class Honor Counci', Chan 
man (3); Debate Squad (2, i) : Grn' 
Plii Assembly; Student Council (3), 
Vice-President (4) ; Siudent Legisia 
ture. Chairman (4); Y.M.C.A. (1 2, 3. 
4) ; Vice President of Student BjhU 
(4). 




Seymour Eisenberg 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Candidate for A.U. 
Manager (2, 3). 



Degree; Boxing, 



Phil Wray Ellis 
l.unJay, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
F^xecutive Committee (4) ; Daily Tar 
Heel (2. 3); Debate Council (4); Inter- 
dormitory Council (4); Phi .\ssembly; 
Student Legislature (4). 



James Ferrell Ellison 
Washington, N. C. 



iilidate for B.S. 
b'v; Swimming, 



C) 



Degree ; Pli 
Manager 
Y.M.C.A. 

Club (4). 



Terrell Oliver Everett 
Rockingham, N. C. 

X n 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3) ; International Relations Club (4) ; 
Playmakers (3. 4) ; Woman's Athletic 
.\ssoeiation. Secretary (3). President 
(4); Vacket\- Yack (.3. 4); Y.W.C.A. 
(3, 4). 



Edward Philip Farrish 
Penn's Grove, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Louis Stuart Ficklen 






James Ellis Fields, Jr. 


Greenville, N. C. 






Pinehurst, N. C. 


2 N A2n 






A2 n 


Candidate for B.S Dt 


gree 


: Carolina 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Political Union (1, 2, 


3. 


4) ; Class 




Officer, Treasurer (1); 


Ger 


man Club 




Executive. President 


(*); 


Interfra- 





ternity Coyncil (3). President (4) ; 
Student Legislature (3) : 13 Club, 
President (4) ; University Dance Com- 
mittee (4) ; Cross Country Manager 
(2. 8); Monogram Club. 



Kenneth James Fishbach 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree : 
dormitory Council (2, 3). 



Rufus Guy Flynt 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. 
fraternity Council 
Club (4); Uiiiversit 



Degree; Inter- 
(4) : Monogram 
V Club; Boxing 



Donald Crosby Foscue 
Maysville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Susan Rankin Fountain 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

X n 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Robert Norfleet Flournoy 
Raleigh, N, C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Ernest Graham Forrest 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (U; Interdormitory 
Council (2, 3): University Club; Foot- 
ball (1, 2. 3. 4). 



Archie Don Fountain 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. De 



Sara Elizabeth Foutz 
Moyock, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 




SENIOR 



56 




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Robert Berliner Frank 
Washington, D. C. 

t'andiiliile for A.U. Dcgrc 



Felton Dale Freeman 

Chapel H.II.N. C. 

Cauilidatc for A.B. Degree. 



Richard Horace Freudenheim 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Candklate for B.S. Degree: Fencii 
II. 2. 3, 4). 



Jesse Lamar Fulenwider 
Savannah, Ga. 
i; .\ E 
(Mriiliclate for B.S. Degree. 



Phyllis Ellen Galumbeck 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree: Buccaii 
(3); Glee Club (3, 4-). 



Kenneth Gant, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Norman John Ganslen 
Farmingdale, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Cross 
Country (1): Traclv (1); International 
Relations Club (3, i). 



Thomas Harry Gatton 
Harmony, N. C. 



X 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Candidate for B.S. Degree; Debate Political Union (1. 2. 3). Chairman 

Squad (1, 2, 3): Yackety Yack (1. 2). (+) : Di Senate; University Club: Y.M. 

C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). 



Jerry Winston Gavce 
Fresno, Cal. 



George Gay 

Dorchester, Mass. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Inter- Candidate fur A.B. Degree: Basoball 

dormitory Council (3). d): Laero.s.se (3. 4). 



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57 




Daniel Geller 

Long Beach, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



John Philip George 

Mount Airy, N. C. 

'I- K i: 

Candidate fur B.S. Degree; Inter- 
fraternity Couneil (4). 



Drury Willis Ghegan 
New York, N. Y. 
A K E 
Canilidate for A.B. Degree 



Nick Louis Gianakos 
Hendersonville, N. C. 
A*n 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Royal Lee Gilchrist, Jr. 
Sanfurd, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degre 

II. i. 3. 4). 



Aaron Baer Glicksburg 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



James Rom Gooding 
Kinston, N. C. 

C.iMdiilate for A.B. Degree. 



Arthur Donald Gill 
Hawthorne, N. J. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (3. 4); Baseball (1. 
3, 4): y.M.C.A. (1). 



Doris Goerch 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3); Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Di Senate; 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) ; International Rela- 
tion.* Club (3). 



William Jones Gordon, Jr. 

Spray, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Monogram 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; Cross Country (1. 2, 3, 
4): Track (1. 2. 3, 4); Y..M.C.A. (1. 2. 
3. 4). 



SENIOR eta., of 1940 



Wilford Harris Gragg, Jr. 


Roger Alpine Grant 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Asheville, N. C. 


*Ae 


Ben 


Candidate for A.B. Desiee; Mdnogmni 


Candidate for B.S. Desree. 


Club: Sheiks; Tennis (3). 





Donald James Grantiiam 
Four Oaks, N. C. 

Canditlate for A.B. Degree; Wrestling: 
(2). 



Eugene Stuart Gregg 
Euthawville, S. C. 

o-r A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(1, 2); Class Executive Committee (1); 
Glee Club (3); Tennis (1); Track (1); 
Vackktv Vack (:i, I). 



Vonno Lamar Gudger, Jr. 
Asheville, N. C. 



Alien Jones Green 
Cdoleemee, N. C. 

Canilidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Magazine (3). Editor (4); Di Senate. 



Sarali Clement Griffith 

Asheville, N. C. 

11 B * 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Cluh 
Ci. H: V.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Edwin Howard Guion 

Waxhaw, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B.-LL.B. Degree; Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 

Interdonnitory Council (II; Monogram Executive Committee (4); Phi .^ssem- 

Club; Swimming (3). biy; Cross Country (1); Y.M.C.A. c, 

2. 3. 4). 



Charles Walker Gunter, Jr. 


Philip Hoghton Gunther 


Gastonia, N. C. 


New York, N. Y. 


K2 


<I>KZ 


Candidate for A.B. Degree. 


Candidate for A.B. Degree 




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59 



SENIOR Cia.. of 1940 



Daniel Ashby Hackney 
Spencer, N. C. 

randitlate for B.S. Degree. 



Alonzo Cleveland Hall 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ben 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Honor Council ( 4) ; Clas.s Executive 
Committee (2. 3. 4) : University Club. 



Louise McGwigan Hall 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
II B* 
Candidate fur .\.B. Degree; Glee Club 



Bertram Charles Halperin 

New York, N. Y. 

TE* 

Daily Tar Heel (I. 2, 3); Glee Club 
(1); Playmakers (1); University Club; 
Track (I); Yackktv Yack. Business 
Manager (I). 



Lewis Hamlin, Jr. 

Brevard, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Debate 
Suuad (3. 4) ; International Relations 
Club (3, 4). 




Minerva Hager 
Freeport, N. Y. 

Candidate for .\.B, Degree. 



John Randolph Hall, Jr. 
Oxford, N. C. 



Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Student 
Legislature (4). 



John Roderick Hallum 
Pickens, S. C. 

Candidate for .A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (3); Di Senate: International Re- 
lations Club (3, 4); V.M.C..\. (3. 4). 



Frederick Bruce Hamilton 

South Orange, N. J. 

Z ^I' 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Bulls; 
Gimglioul. 



Alton Blanton Hamrick 
Lattimore, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



60 



William Blount Harding, Jr. 
Washington, N. C. 

t'amlidatc for B.S. DcKree. 



Harry AUred Harkey 
Sanford, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Decree. 



George David Harrelson 

Cherryville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Cla 
Executive Committee (3, 4). 



Jesse Lee Harris 
Hertford, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



William Fowle Harward 
Apex, N. C. 




I'rederick Thornett Hardy 
Richmond, Va. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Monogram 
Clui) (2. 3. 4): University Clut); Box- 
ing '3)- Cross Country (1. 2. .1, 4); 
Trail< (1. 2. 31, Co-Captain (t). 



Martin Luther Harmon 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Band (1. 
2, 3): Daily Tar Heel (2. 3). Editor 
(4): Interdormitory Council f2. 3): 
Student Legislature (4). 



Henry William Harris 

Catawba, N. C. 

Canilidate for A.B. Degree. 



John Brame Harris 
Durham, N. C- 



Candidate for B.S. Degree: Clas: 
Executive Committee (4). 



Mary Anne Hawkins 
Asheville, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degrf 



Tom Woodley Heath, Jr. 
Kinston. N. C. 

K ^ s'^n 

CaTididate fur B.S. Degree: Inter- 
(loriiiitory Cminnl (3): I'liiversity 
Dance Committee (4). 



Richard EU Hedrick 
Lexington, N. C. 

Candidate f(ir A.B. Degr 



Robert Adams Hedgecock 
Walnut Cove, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Sam Henry 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Margaret Leah Herndon 
Grover, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Jeanne Charlotte Herrmann 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Joseph McMurray Hester 
Wendell, N. C. 



Donald Cade Hicks 
I'ranklinton, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1, 

2. .31: Plii A.sscmbly. Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



James Franklin Hicks 
High Point, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Band (1. 



Thomas Dupree Higgins 
Jamestown, N. Y. 
AKE 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 




SENIOR 






Oorothy Ann Hill 
Murphy, N. C. 

(Miiclidal.- I'cir A. It. Dckic 



Robert Hugh Hill 
Beaufort, N. C. 
II K A 
(Mniliiiale fur n.S. DcKrce 




Joseph Truman Hilton 






William Walker Hines 




High Point, N. C. 






Kinston, N. C. 

Ben 




Candiilate for A.B. Deffree; 


Ba 


sketball 






' : Track (I, 2, 3, 4). 






Candidate for U.S. UcKreo 
c;orgon-.s Head; MoiioKran 
Footliall. Manager (4). 


; Bulls 
1 Club; 



George Hirshman 

New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Alfred Hobgood 
Kinston, N. C. 
Z * 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Peter Sterling Hitchcock 
Cleveland, Ohio 
AK E 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Ralph John Waldo Hobbs 
Edenton, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Vance Kerr Hobbs 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class Dance 
Committee, Chairman (4): Class Exec- 
utive Committee (4) ; Henfl Cheerleader 
(4); Monogram Club (4). 



Edward Norman Hoffman 
Long Island, N. Y. 
* A 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Daily Tar 
Heel (1); Monogram Club (3, 4): 
University Club; Football (1); Track 
(1. 3. 4). 



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63 




Philip Brown Holbrook 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

n K A 

Candiclate for B.S. Degree. 



William Walter Holland, Jr. 
Charles, N. C. 

Caiuliflate for B.S. Degree. 



Frank Marian Holmes 
Edenton, N. C. 

CaiKlidate for A.B. Decree: Bulls; 
Corgon's Head; Monogram Club; Phi 
As.sembly; University Club: Footl)all, 
.Manager (I): Yackf.tv Yack (1, 2). 



Thomas Michael Holt 
Oak Ridge, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (2); 
(ilee Club (2). 



Frank Dunn Holzman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; American 
Student Union (3). Treasurer (4). 



Frank Holeman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Joseph Wright Holman, Jr. 
Lexington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneer 
(4): Class Executive Committee (4); 
University Club; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 8. 4). 



Peggy Holmes 

rairniont, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



William LinviUe Holt 
Greensboro, N. C. 
K A 
C.iriilidate for A.B. Degree. 



Lawrence Hoskins Hooper 

Massena, N. Y. 

AX2 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Track (1, 2. 4). 



64 



SENIDR da., of 1940 



foe Dillon Hough 

Monroe, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Plii As- 
sembly; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2); Class Dance 
Committee (2, 4). 



Mary Peyton Hover 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3) ; Daily Tar Heel (3). 



David Asbury Howard 
Broadway, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Clarence Fletcher Howell 
Whitakers, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree 
(2. 3); Phi Assembly; Fe 



Glee Club 
ring (2, 3, 



John Decator Hoyle 
Lawndale, N. C, 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Margaret Louise Hudson 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Ira Nathaniel Howard, Jr. 

Oxford, N. C. 

*BK Brz d2n 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (U, 



Rudolph Ashworth Howell 

Smithfield, N. C. 

K A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As 
sembly. 



Edwin Archibald Hubbard 
Sanford, N. C. 

Be 11 

Class Executive Committee (1); Mono- 
gram Club; Boxing (1. 2, 3): Football 
(1. 2)- Track (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). 



Charles Allen Humphreys 
Greenville, S. C. 

* Ae 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 




SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



Bennett Haskin Hunter 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. DeRiee: Class 
OfBcer. Treasurer (2, 3). President (X) : 
Phi Assembly: Student Legislature 
(3): Track (1): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 



Carl Battle Hyatt 
Takoma Park, Md. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class 
Executive Committee (1): Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 2): Di Senate: University 
Club: Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). 



Ernest Merrick Illman 
Greensboro, N. C. 
AX A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Samuel Holeman Isenhower 

Conover, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: lute 
dormitory Council (4): Y.M.C.A. (1, 
3, 4). 



Mary Carlton Jackson 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 




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Sara Briden Hurdis 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Marian Igo 

Youngstown, Ohio 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4): Phi Assem- 
bly: Fencing (3): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



(ames Taliaferro Inskeep, Jr. 
Roaring Gap, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Boxing 

13, 4). 



Gilbert Ellis Jackson 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Helen-Ann Jacobs 
Larchmont, N. Y. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Class 
Executive Committee (3) : Glee Club 
(3); Woman's Association (3). 



Neill Archie Jennings 
Lumberton, N. C. 
A* 
Candirlate for B.S. DeRree. 



Betsy Jean Johnson 
Aberdeen, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Deftrce; V.W.C.A. 
(3, 4): Woman's Athletic Council (i). 



Frank Jolly 
Raleigh, N. C. 
2 N 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Cyril Jones 

Pennsgrove, N. J. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



George Spencer Jones 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 




Royce Coles Jennings 
Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (3, l) : Monogram 
Club (3. 4); Track (1, 2, 8, 4). 



Francis Wilson Johnson 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Buccaneer 
(I): Daily Tar Heel (1); Cross Coun- 
try (I); Track (I). 



Harvey Jonas 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (I, 
2. 3, 4); Di Senate; Wrestling (1). 



Emily Jo Jones 
Skyland, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 

Heel (3, 4); Fencing (3. 4). 



James Betts Jones 
Norwalk, Conn. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Football 
(1, 2, 3, 4): Track (1). 



67 



James Franklin Jones 
Four Oaks, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Depcree: Buccaneer 
(4): Basketball (1). 



Max Frederick Jones 
Farmville, N. C. 

Cmdidate for A.B. DeRree. 



William Gerald Jones, Jr. 


Louise Huske Jordan 


Beulaville, N. C. 


Fayetteville, N. C. 


Candidate for B.S. DeKrce. 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 




Heel (3); University Club: Y.W.C.A. 




(3). President (U. 


Wade Garland Jordan 


Howard Kahn 


Smithfield, N. C. 


Asheville, N. C. 


■I'M A 


Candidate tor A.B. Degree; Phi As 


Candidate for A.B. Desree: Band (1): 


senibly; International Relations Club 


Glee Club (1. 2, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). 


(4). 


Martin Bernard Kalkstein 


William Marshall Karesh 


Little Neck, N, Y. 


Charlotte, N. C. 


*BK 


TE* 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Daily Tar 


Candidate for B.S. Degree; Buccaneer 


Heel (1. 2, 3. i): Phi Assembly; La- 


(3); Carolina Magazine (4): Class 


crosse, Manager (1. 2, 3, 4). 


Executive Committee (4); Interdormi 




tory Council (4). 


Ralph Lawrence Karol 


Edward Kaufman 


Brighton, Mass. 


New York, N. Y. 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Boxing 


Candidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar 


(1) ; Lacrosse (2, 3. 4). 


Heel (1. 2); Boxing, Manager (4). 




SENIOR 




Robert Franklin Keadle 
Mapleville, Md. 
A E A 
Caiulidiite for B.S. Degree. 



Martha Laetitia Kelly 
Hendersonville, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; \\ 
Association, Vice-President (4) 



Alice Baer Kerr 
Washington, D. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(3. 4) ; International Relations Club 
(3, 4); Y'.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



Virginia-Claire Kibler 
Washington, D. C. 
KK r 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



James Taylor Kirkpatrick 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Helen Deborah Keister 
Washington, D. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Elizabeth Perkins Kennison 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Glee Club 
(3). Secretary-Treasurer (4); Y.W.C.A. 
(3. 4); Woman's Student Council (4). 



Thomas Bland Keys 
Washington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (3, 4) ; Class 
Honor Council (4); Phi Assembly; 
Track (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 



Nathaniel Ernest King, Jr. 
Troy, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(2, 4), Business Manager (3); Carolina 
Magazine. Business Manager (4) ; 
Young Democrats Club, Secretary (4). 



Howard Maillard Kiss 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Ciai6 of 19 40 



69 




Walter Benton Kleeman, Jr. 
Springfield, Ohio 

Caiuiidate for B.S. Degree: Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 2, 3); Debate Squad (1. 3. 4): 
Debate Council (4) ; Di Senate, Presi- 
dent (3); Interdormitory Council (3); 
International Relations Club, President 
(4): University Club. 



Charles Robert Kline 

Carthage, N. C. 

AX2 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Class 
Executive Committee (1, 2, 3): Grail: 
Monogram Club; Studrnt Legislature 
(3. 4); Football (1. 2. 3, 4): Track (1, 



Robert Piatt Knickerbocker 
Owego, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Robert Alan Koch 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Carolina 
Magazine (4). 



Greyard Byrne Lamm 
Maxton, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Buccaneer 
(3, 4) : Track (1, 2. 3. 4). 



Seymour Joseph Klein 
New York City, N. Y. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Swimming 
(3, 4). 



Norman Daniel Klitenick 
New York, N. Y. 
A * A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Margaret Rose Knight 
Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Fencing 



Mary Anne Koonce 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar 
Heel (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Julian Jay Lane, Jr. 

Wilson, N. C. 

* AO 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (1): Daily Tar Heel 
(1) ; Grail; Track (1, 3, 4). 



SENIOR da., o/ 1940 



Ralph Beach Laney 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



John Leshe Latham 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1, 
2. 4); Class Executive Committee (1, 
4); Football (1); Wrestling (1, 2). 



John Laurens 
New Orleans, La. 
A-^ A E A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Newton Clayton Lee 
Newton Grove, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Margaret Jane Leonard 
Hickory, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Herbert David Langsam 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 2) ; Interdormitory Council 
(3. 4) ; Student Legislature (3, 4) ; 
University Club (3) ; Swimming (4) ; 
Tennis (1); Track (1, 2). 



Henry Laurens 
New Orleans, La. 
A* A E A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree; Tennis (2). 



James Fugate Lawrence, Jr. 
Candler, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



William David Lee 
Dunn, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi As 
sembly. 



Walter Leonard, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 




SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



Mary Newton Lewis 
Montclair, N. J. 

n B * A K r 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Di Senate; 
Fencing (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Inter- 
national Relations Club (3, 4) ; Wom- 
an's Athletic Association (3), Secre- 
tary (4). 



Barbara Liscomb 
Duluth, Minn. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Co-cliair- 
nian Student Faculty Day Committee. 



Arthur Clyde Lowe 
North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Samuel Badger Lyerly 
Peachland, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



John Franklin Lynch, Jr. 

Erwin, N. C. 

ATn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (1, 3, 4) ; Class 
Honor Council (4); Grail; Phi As- 
sembly; 13 Club; Yackety Yack (1, 1. 
3). Editor (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 




Edmund Sanford Lipsky 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

Candidate for .A.B. Degree; Phi 
sembly; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Thomas Wms. Mason Long, Jr. 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

KA 

Candidate for A.B.-LL.B. Degree; Phi 
-Vssembly; Interfraterinty Council, 
lYeasurer (4); Young Democrats Club 



Franklyn Laurence Lowenthal 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Cnididate for .\.B. Degree. 



Walker Lyerly, Jr. 
Hickory, N. C. 
<i>K 2 
( andidate for B.S. Degree. 



(harles Jerome McCarthy 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A X A 
(andidate for A.B. Degree. 



Jean Gordon Mclndoe 
Danville, Va. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Plii As 
sembly; University Club; V.W.C.A. 



John Jones Mclver 
Sanford, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Robert Alderman McLemore 

Smithfield, N. C. 

AKK 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee. Chairman (3) ; 
Class Honor Roll (3) ; Interdormitory 
Council (3); Student Legislature (3); 
University Club. 



Thomas Albert McQuade 
Morristown, N. J. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram 
Club (3 4); Plii Assembly; Swimming 

(3, 41. 



Joseph Allan Mager 
New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 




Thomas Jonathan Mcintosh 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Play- 
makers (1. 2). 



Sarah Stilley McLean 
Plymouth, N. C. 

AK r 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(3, 4); Woman's Council (4); Y.W.C.A. 
(3, 4); University Club (4); Education 
Club (4). 



Samuel Dace McPherson, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4) ; German 
Club Executive (4) ; 13 Club. 



James William MacCallum 

Lumberton, N. C. 

* K 2 B r 2 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (3. 4) ; Fencing 



John Willard Magoffin 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

K A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Di Senate: 
Yacketv Yack, Assistant Business 
.Manager (2, 3). 



David Henry Malone 
Washington, D. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Magazine (4); Fencing (1. 2, 3. 4). 



Dora Eugenia Martin 
Albemarle, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Fenc 
(3): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Richard Hezekiah Masten 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



John Joseph Matte 
Luzerne, Pa. 

Candidate for A.B. Deg 



Band (4). 



Charles Floyd Melchor 
Mooresville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Harry Andrew March, Jr. 
Washington, D. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogram 
Club (2. 3, 4); Tennis (1); Tracl< (1, 
2. 3, 4). 



Josephine Martin 
Henderson, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3. 4)- Glee Club (3); Class Executive 
Committee (4); Phi Assembly; Student 
Legislature (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



Albert Henry Mathes 
Newark, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4); Interdormi- 
tory Council (3); Baseball (1, 4); 
Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Edward Heywood Megson 
Glastonbury, Conn. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Magazine (2, 3. 4) ; Daily Tar Heel 
(3. 4); Di Senate; Golden Fleece; 
Cirail; Publications Union Board (4); 
Student Entertainment Committee (3. 
4) ; Football (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Janet Mae Messenger 
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 








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SENIOR 




Herbert Saul Meyer 
Bronx, N. Y. 



Irving Meyerowitz 
Belhaven, N. C. 



(■;iii(lul:i!e fur A.B. Degree; Track (1). Camliilate for B.S. Degree; Track (II; 

llillel Cabinet (4). 



Lucile Harriet Miller 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Courtney Mitchell, Jr. 
Kinston, N. C. 
K2 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Charles Lee Moore 
Mooresville, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (1). 



William Britton Morris 
Aulander, N. C. 
AX A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Robert Stanley Milner 

Gary, N. C. 

A2n 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (3); Swimming (-11. 



Ann Moore 
Buena Vista, Va. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.W.C.A. 
(3. 4). 



Edward Townsend Moore 
Wynnewood, Pa. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Amplio- 

terotlien (2. 3. 4) ; Carolina Political 

L'nion (1. 2. 3. 41; Gimghoul (4): Phi 

Assembly; Student Activities Commit- 
tee (3, 41 ; 13 Club. 



Pete David Morrow 
Forest Gty, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Clai6 of 19 40 




Edward Robert Mueller 


Donald Frederick MuUer 


Charlotte, N. C. 


Boonton, N. J. 


AX:: 'tBK A*A 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Play 


CaiKliciate for B.S. Degree: Monogram 


makers (2). 


Club (3, 4); Swimming (3), Captain 




(4). 




David Reid Murchison, Jr. 


Powell Murchison 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Provincetown, Mass. 


A-i' 


Axn 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; Tennis (1) 


(1. 2): Carolina Political Union (3. 




41; Class Executive Committee (4); 




liorgon's Head; Interfraternity Coun- 




cil (3, 4); Student Legislature (4); 13 




Club; University Club. 




Thomas Lynch Murphy 


Evander Theodore Nance 


Salisbury, N. C. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


2 N A E A * B K 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Candidate for A.B. Degree; flernian 




Club Executive (4); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 




4); Yackety Yack (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. 




(1. 2. 3. 4). 





James Mallory Nash 
Warrenton, Va. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Swimmin 
(3, 4) ; Monogram Club. 



Clyde Nelon 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



William Stroud Neville 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Mamie Ernestine Newsome 
Durham, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



76 



SENIOR CL.. o/ 1940 



William Sims Newton 
Durham, N. C. 
<I>K 2 
Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1). 



Joseph Richard Niclcson 
Roswell, N. Mex. 

t'aiiflidate for A.B. Degree. 



John Malcolm Nisbet 
Wilmington, N, C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (3, 4): Class 
Honor Council. Chairman (4); Class 
Officer, Secretary (3); Grail; Student 
Council (4); Student Legislature (3); 
University Club. 



Thomas Bernard Nordan 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Buccaneer 
(4); Class Dance Committee (2); Class 
Executive Committee (4); Interdormi- 
tory Council (4): Plii Assembly. 



George Edward Nicholson, Jr. 

Montclair, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; CI 
Executive Committee (4); Interdor: 
torv Council (3. 4) ; Phi Assembly. 



Alexander Preston Nisbet 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (4). 



Joseph Robert Nixon, Jr. 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (3, 
4). 



Winford Walter Norman 
Ararat, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B.-LL.B. Degree: Cla 
Executive Committee (4): Interdorn 
tory Council (4). 



Victor Ochsman 
Durham, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Tennis (1. 



Walter Off, Jr. 
Wynnerwood, Pa. 
A* 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 




SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



William Hubert Ogburn 

Sanford, N. C. 

A2 n 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 2). Advertising Manager (3). 
Business Manager (4). 



Elizabeth Fentress Orton 
Matoaka, W. Va. 

xn 

Caniliilafe for A.B. Degree; Play- 
nialiers (3. 4). 



Mabel Eloise Parish 
Smithfield, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



John Webster Parker 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Dorothy Kathleen Patterson 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 




Richard William Olson 
Everett, Mass. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Band (1, 



Jenness Russell Owen 
Fountain, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Inter- 
dormitory Council (3). 



James Phillips Parker 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Charles Irving Parrish 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Earl Victor Patterson 

Burlington, N. C. 

K A 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram 
Club (3, 4); University Club; Track 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Head Cheerleader (3). 



Nicky Demus Patterson, Jr. 
Elm City, N. C. 
AX A 
Candidiite for A.B. Degree. 



James Perrotta 

Trenton, N. J. 

■t' JI A 

Candidiite for B.S. Degree: Band (1. 
2. 3. n ; Boxing (2, 3). 



Henry Seymour Pessar 
New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree ; Class 
Executive Committee (2. 3) : Inter- 
fiormjtory Council (4) ; Monogram 
Club; Basketball (1, 2, 3. 4); Football 
(1) : Track (1, 4). 



Norris Tebeau Pindar, Jr. 

Savannah, Georgia 

S AE 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Yjcketv 
Yack (1). 



Willard Corbitt Pleasant 
Angier, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 




William Arthur Pearson 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Inter- 
dormitory Council (2. 4). Secretary 
(3): Student Legislature (8). 



Alfred Winton Perry 
Franklin, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Phi As- 
sembly: 13 Club; University Club; 
Golf (1); Yackety Yack (2, 3). 



Henry Hyman Phillips, Jr 
Tarboro, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
I'olitical Union (2, 3. 4) ; Interfrater- 
nity Council (4); Phi Assembly; Cor- 
son's Head; 13 Club; University Club; 
Tennis (1). 



Jimmie Lincoln Pittman 
Selma, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Cla.ss 
Executive Committee (4); Phi .\ssem- 



George Webb Plonk 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 

2 X 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
fraternity Council (4). 



Alice Christine Ponder 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



William Stevens Powell 
Statesville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Bert Leo Premo 
Millburn, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(2, 3), Business Manager (4); Class 
Dance Committee (4) : Class Executive 
Committee (2) ; University Dance Com- 
mittee (4); Cross Country (I); Yack- 
ETV Yack (2). 



John Randolph Provo 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
AX2 "i-B K 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



James Minetree Pyne 
Durham, N. C. 

2 A E 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Carolina 
Magazine (1); Phi Assembly; Sheiks; 
Yackety Yack (1). 



Durward Frank Rains 
King, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree 



Marjorie Watt Pressly 
Belmont. N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree 



Charles Lewis Putzel, Jr. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

2 N 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Di Senate. 
President (4); Interdormitory Council 
(.■i); University Club; Y.M.C.A. (1. 3), 
Vice-President (2. 4). 



George Radman 
Lorain, Ohio 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Baseball 
(1, 2, 8) : Football (1. 2, 3, 4). 



George Francis Ralston 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Grail; 
Baseball (1, 2. 3. 4); Football (1, 2, 3. 




SENIOR 




loseph Bunn Ramsey 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
A K E 
Caniiiilate fur A.I). Di-gn 



Edward Lee Rankin, Jr. 
Spencer, N. C. 

Candidate for A.I). DcKrec; Cla.ss 
Executive Committee (.■), 4); Daily Tar 
Heel (2, 3, I) ; Interdormitory Couneil 
(3, .»): riii Assembly; Publications 
Union Board. President (1) ; Student 
Legislature (t); Fencinc (1): Y.M.C.A. 
(1. 2, 3, 4). 



b^^^^hh^ 


Gene Patton Rankin 


Dorothea van Yeveren Raoul 


f^^B 


Montgomery, Ala. 


Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 


/^^ 


A K r 

Candidate for A.B. DeKree: Woman's 
-\s.sociation. Secretary (4>: V.W.C..^. 


Candidate for .\.B. Degree: Glee C 

(3. 4). 


t<^ -m 


(3. 4). 





Mary Wadleigh Raoul 
Sarasota, Fla. 
n B* 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Helen Redfern 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Charles Mercer Reeves, Jr. 
Sanford, N. C. 

Ben 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



William Henry Rawlings 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Inter- 
dormitory Council (2) ; Monogram Club 
(2. 3, 4); Basketball (1); Tennis (2, 3. 

4). 



Sanford Miller Reece 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Band (1 
2, 3, 4); Playmakers (1. 2. 3. 4). 



Mary Elizabeth Rhyne 
Marianna, Fla. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Glee Club 
(3) : Playmakers (3, 4). 



Clan of 19 40 




lohn Donald Rice 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Charles Franklin Rider 
Malverne, N. Y. 
2 X 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Ned Coggin Ritchie 


Mary Robbins 


Albemarle, N. C. 


Durham, N. C. 


Ain 


xn 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Candi<late for A.B. De, 



Foy Roberson, Jr. 

Durham, N. C. 

2 AE 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (2. 4); Class OfBcer 
(I); Gorgon's Head; Student Legisla- 
ture (2); Baslcttball (1. 2. 3, 4). 



Michael Anderson Roberts 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Y.M.C.A. 

(1. 2. 3, 4). 



Philip Frank Robinson, Jr. 

Augusta, Ga. 

2 X 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4); Di Senate; 
Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). 



Blanche Roberts 

Weaverville, N. C. 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Ruth Curtis Robeson 
Newport News, Va. 

xn 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Inter 
national Relations Club (3. 4); V.W.C. 
A. (3). Vice-President (4). 



Shelley Robert Rolf e 

HighlandPark, N. J. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(1. 2); Carolina Magazine (3); Daily- 
Tar Heel (1. 2. 8, 4); Interdormitory 
Council (2) ; Track (1. 2). 



SENIOR CLss of 1940 



Vera Clara Rony 
Chicago, III. 



Candidate fur A.B. Degree: Play- 
maliers (3. 4). 



Morris William Rosenberg 

Anderson, S. C. 

TE* 

Candidate for A.B. Decree; Ampho- 
terotlien: Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3), 
Managing Editor (4) : Publications 
Union Board. Treasurer (3); Class 
Officer. Treasurer (4); Student Legis- 
lature (4). 



James McCausland Ross 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Ben 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bulls; 
German Club Executive (4); Y.M.C.A. 
(1. 2, 3, 41. 



Ida Rosen 

Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Carlos James Ross 
Phillips, Me. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Otho Bescent Ross 

Charlotte, N. C. 

2X 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogran 
Club: University Club: Swimming (3 
4). Captain (3). 



Eugene Cleapor Rountree 


Kenneth Claiborne Royall, Jr. 


Kinston, N. C. 


Goldsboro, N. C. 


K2 


AKE 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 


Bulls: Gimghoul; Interdormitory Coun- 




cil (2): Plii Assembly: University 




Club, Treasurer: Baseball (1). 


Thomas Broadway Royster 


Thomas Samson Royster 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Henderson, N. C. 


A TO 


2 A E A E A 


Candidate for A.B. Degree: Phi As- 


Candidate for B.S. Degree: Carolina 


sembly; 13 Club. 


Magazine (1, 2) : Class Honor Council 




(1. 2, 3, 4): Gimghoul; Interfraternity 




Council (1, 4). 




SENIOR CL.. of 1940 



Robert Barrett Russ 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Cross 
Country (1) ; Track (1). 



Lewis Sneed Sasser, Jr. 
Takoma Park, Md. 
AS n 

Candidate for B.S. Degree 



Roger Moore Schulken 
Durham, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Marian Dorothea Sedwick 
Kenilworth, 111. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Woman's 
Association (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (.3, 4). 



Lawrence Albright Sharpe 
Burlington, N. C. 
A* A 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Play- 

maliers (3). 




Ernest Leon Russell 
Columbia, S. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Sidney Marcus Schochet 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Glee Club 
(3); Hillel Foundation (3), President 



William Lawrence Seawell, Jr. 
Sanford, N. C. 

i: X 

Candidate for B.S. Degree, 



Herbert Shapiro 
White Plains, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



James Russell Sheffield 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Oa.ss 
?:xecutive Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. 
(1. 2). 



84 



Helen Winnifred Shell 
Ruancike Rapids, N. C. 

Caiuliilatc for A.B. Degree. 



William Henry Shull 

Charlotte, N. C. 



CamUdate fur A.B. Degree; Cla.'i.s 
Executive Cornmitteo (1); Sheiks; 
University Club; Golf (4). 



Norman Michael Silverman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Ba.seball 




Robert Griggs Simmons 

Greensboro, N. C. 

* M A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Band (1. 
2. 3). President (J); Bell Ringer. 
Moreliead-Patter.son Memorial (2. 3. 
4); University Symphony Orchestra (1. 
2. 3, 41. 



Charles Albert Slagle 
Springfield, Ohio 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Monogran 
Club (2, 3, 4); Football (2, 3, 4) 
Tennis (2, 3, 4). 



Marshall McLaney Shepherd 
Charlotte, N. C. 
:s \ E 

Canilidale for U.S. Degree; Sheiks 



Wieder David Sievers 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Z 15 T 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Play- 
makers (2, 3. 4). 



Raymond Harvey Simmons 
Devotion, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Di Senate: 
Playmakers (1); Y.M.C.A. (I). 



^ii^ 




William Vance Singletary 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ben 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Phi As- 
sembly: Cross Country (1. 2, 4); Track 
(1. 2. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1); Young Demo- 
irats Club (4). 



Anthony John Sleboda 
Wyoming, Pa. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Charles Blume Sloop 
Concord, N. C. 
AXS 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Mack Edward Smith, Jr. 
Fountain, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Frances Lorraine Sparks 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Phi As- 
.'lemlily: Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



Edney Webb Stacey 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



iilidate for A.B. Degree; Y.M.C.'V. 

2. 3, 4). 



William Stauber, Jr. 
Rural Hall, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Buccaneer 
(2. ;!). Editor (1); Clas.s Executive 
Committee (4): Daily Tar Heel (3): 
Intordormitory Council (2). Secretary 
(3) : University Club. 



Leo Slotnick 

Chelsea, Mass. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree: Football 
(1. 3. 3, 4). 




Leroy Allan Sosnowitz 
Stamford, Conn. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Swimmin 
(3), Manager (4). 



Sophia Spivey 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree: Y.M.C.A. 



Thomas Melville Stanback, Jr. 
Salisburv, N. C. 

2 N A z n 

Candiilate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (1. 2. 31; Di Senate: Publication.s 
Union Board Ci) ; Y.M.C..\. (1. 2, 3). 
Treasurer (4). 



Sanford Ivan Stein 
Woodmere, N. Y. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree: Buccaneer 
(2. 3, 4); Carolina Magazine (3. 4); 
Class Executive Conunittee (4) ; Daily 
Tar Heel (2. 3. 4); Phi Assembly; 
Playmakers (1, 2, 8). 



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SENIOR 




Edouard Louis Stelling, Jr. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Caiiiiiclati- fill- B.S. Dckr-c; Tlli As- 
sembly. 



Milton Stern 

Br„nx, N. Y. 



('amli(l,itc for B.S. DeRrec; Fencing 

(2, 3. 4). 



Edwin Jordan Stevens 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Di Senate. 



George Henry Stirnweiss 

New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Baseball 
(1. 2. 3. 4): Basketball (1. 2. 3. 4); 
Football (1. 2. 3, 4). 



Henry Haines Stockton 
Pinehurst, N. C. 
A ^ 
Candidate for A.B. Degree; Tennis (1, 



Jerry Stoff 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree : Buccaneer 
12. 3. 4); Daily Tar Heel (I. 2. 3, 4): 
Tennis. Manager (1). 



Grady Erastus Stone 
King. N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
dorniitory Council (4). 



Warren Gamalil Stone 
Benson, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Dan Harrington Stout 
Ramseur, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Plii 
sembiy. 



Stancill McLeod Stroud 
Southern Pines, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (2); Daily Tar 
Heel (2); Interdonnitory Council (3). 
Treasurer (4) ; Student Legislature 
(4). 



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Ray McKinley Stroupe 
Mount Holly, N. C. 

Ciindulate for A.B. Degree 



Robert Ernest Sumner 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Bulls: 
Class Executive Committee (1, 3). 



Charles Gerstley Sunstein 
Elkins Park, Pa. 



Louis Valvelle Sutton, Jr. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Z B T l<if 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Monogram Candidate for B.S. Degree; Ciernian 

Club C3. 4) ; Wrestling. Manager (3, -t). Club Executive. Treasurer (H; Uni- 

versity Dance Committee (4); Tennis 
(1); Wrestling (1): Yacketv Vaik 
(1, 2): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 



Charles Sidney Svigals 

White Plains, N. Y. 

T E* 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Daily Tar 
Heel (1): Fencing (1): Tennis (1): 



Arnold Chester Swain 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



lohn Marion Taylor, Jr. 
Annapolis, Md. 
X* 
r.iiidirlate for B.S. Degree. 



Mary jane Taylor 
Blueficld, W. Va. 
X n 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Nancy Scull Taylor 




William Rudolph Teague 


H.irrellsville, N. C. 




Henderson, N. C. 


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Candidate for A.B. Deg 


ee. 


Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



SENIOR eta., o/ 1940 



William Tenenblatt 
Jersey City, N. J. 



Candiilate for A.B. Degree ; Clas: 
Exc-cutive Committee U): Hillel Foun 
elation (3). President (4); Interdormi- Clulj. 

tory Council (1). 



Frank John Terhune 
Arlington, N. J. 
A X A 



Candirlate for A.B. Degree: University 



Hassell Thigpen 
Tarbciro, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
dormitory Council (.?); Flu Assemb'y. 



Christine Margaret Thompson 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 
X !i 
Candidate for A.B. Defcree. 



Joseph Roscoe Thompson 
Grassy Creek, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Paul Hewitt Thompson 

Wadesboro, N. C. 



Lynn Patrick Thomas 
Riicky Mount, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



John Cleveland Thompson 
Saluda, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Neil Howard Thompson 
Swepsonville, N. C. 
A X A 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Margaret Carolyn Tipton 
Maiden. N. C. 










Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Clul) 

Executive Committee (2); Class Honor (3. 4). 

Council (3); Grail; University Dance 
Committee (3, 4): Football (I. 2, 3); 
Class Dance Committee, Chairman (4). 




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Ralph Chalmers Tolar 
Sanford, Fla. 

A T r> 

randiilate for B.S. Desree. 



Clark Canara Totherow 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Edward Trainer, Jr. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
AX A 



Candidate 
Executive 



B.S. Decree; 
littee (3). 



Ben Frye Turner 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Canilidate for B.S. Degree: Inter 
diirniitory Couneil (2, .■!. I); Tenni> 
(' 2); Clas.s Executive Committee (ti 



Lawson Withers Turner 

Lynchburg, Va. 

A K E \-ZYl 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Daily Tar 
Heel (1); Di Senate: Oimglioul: Mono 
gram Club; Sheiks: Student Legisla- 
ture (1); Cross Country (I): Track. 
Manager (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). 




Richard Charles Torian 
Asheville, N. C. 



I'andidate for A.B. Degree; Inter- 
ilorinitory Council (3); Y.M.C.A. (3. 



Montgomery Odell Townsend 
Albemarle, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Y.M.C.A. 

(2). 



Hubert King Turley, Jr. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
i; AE 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Frank Lucius Turner 

Tryon, N. C. 

K A * M A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Carolina 
Magazine (3); Glee Club (1, 2, 3), 
President (4); Playmakers (1); Y.M. 
C.A. (1, 2, 3). 



Francis Joseph Uzmann, |r. 
Queens Village, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(4); Phi Assembly (1, 2); Boxing (1). 



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Dewitt Talma^ye Vauglian 
Greensbi)ro, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



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John Fletcher Vincent 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree : Inter- 
dormitory Council (2. .3). President 
(4): University Club: Baseball (1. 2. 
3, 4): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Grayson Spencer Waldrop 
New Bern, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Stanley Walker 
Grassy Creek, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Walter Ashe Wall 
Siler City, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee. Chairman (4) ; 
Phi Assembly; Y.M.C.A. (2, 4). 




William Abdon Vernon, Jr. 
Lcak.sville, N. C. 

Canilidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club; 
Gorgon's Head; Cross Country (2, 3): 
Football (1). 



Robert Amos Wagoner 
Sparta, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree. 



Philip Alfred Walker 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

X^V * B K 

('andi<lrtte for A.B. Degrf 



William Thomas Walker 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



John Adams Wallace 

Atlanta, Ga. 

2 AE 

Candidate for B.S. Decree; Yacke 
iACK (1); Di Senate; Y.M.C.A. (1, 

4). 



Paul Wallach 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Candidate for A.B. Decree; Debate 
Squad (1. 3, i) : Phi Assembly; Inter- 
national Relations Club (3. 4). 



Elizabeth Murray Warren 

Monroe, N. C. 

X i> 

Cantlidate for A.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3); Carolina Magazine H) ; Class 
Officer, Secretary (4); Glee Club (4): 
Phi Assembly; Student Legislature 
(4); University Club; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



George Davis Webster 
High Point, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. 
dormitory Council (4). 



Degree; Inter- 



Herman Harvey Weintraub 
New York, N. Y. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Fenc 
(4). 



Thomas Marshall West 

Williamsport, Pa. 

ATO 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; 
sembly; Yacket\' Yack (3. 
C.A. (3). 



Frances Elizabeth Walton 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Glee Club 
(4) ; V.W.C.A. (4). 



Cutler Watkins 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Wilham Raul Weil 
Greenville, Miss. 
Z B T 



Candidate 
2. 3) ; Bui 



for A.B. D."grt 

eaneer (3, 4). 



Douglas Sharp Welfare 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A X A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi .As- 
sembly; Tennis, Manager (1); Wres- 
tling (I); Y.M.C.A. (1); Class Execu- 
tive Committee (1, 2, 3). 



Chatham Roberdeau Wheat, III 
Erlanger, N. C. 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree; Buccaneer 
(3); Class Executive Committee (2); 
Interdormitory Council (1); Baseball 
(1); Football (II. 




SENIOR 




[k-njamin I'Vanklin Wheless 
Liiuisburg, N. C. 

C'lrKlidnte for B.S. Degree. 



Seymour Wilk 
Stamford, Conn. 

Ciindidatc for A.B. Degree. 



Stanley Sheldon WliyLe 

Brooklvn, N. Y. 

<I>A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Play- 
makers (1): University Club (1); Fenr 
ing (2, .1, t) ; Swimming (;i): V.M.C.A. 
(I. 2. 3. tl. 



Charles Baynes Wilkerson, jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
•I- K 2 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



George Alexander Wilkinson, jr. James Edward Williams, Jr. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. Burlington, N. C. 

z ^i' AS n li r i: 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Bulls: Candidate for B.S. Degree, 
tlimghoul. 



Ralph Bertram Williams, jr. 

Wilmington, N. C. 

A E A 

Candidate for .\.B. Degree: Inter- 
dormitory Council (4). 



Woodrow Wade Williams 
Asheville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Ray Wyatt Williams 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: 

(4). 



Oliver Wayne Williamson 

Wilmington, N. C. 

A K K 

Candidate for B.S. Degree: Cross Coun- 
try (1) : Fencing (1. 2. 3). 



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I.imes Perry Willis 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
2 A E 
Caiulklate for A.B. Degree; GiniRlioul. 



Edwin Godley Winstead 

Pinetown, N. C. 

A * 

(Miiiliclate for A.B. Degree; 
senilily ci); Track (2). 



Roberta Winton 
Fort Worth, Texas 
II B* 
(andiilate for A.B. Degree. 



Charles Edward Wood, III 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

K 2 A * 9. 

Candidate for A.S. Degree; Class 
Honor Council (2, 3); Class Officer. 
President (3); Slieik.s; Student Council 
(3. 4): Student Legislature (3); Y.M. 
C.A. (1): Graham Memorial Director 
(3, 4). 



Albert Cecil Woodroof, Jr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class 
Executive Committee (4). 



John Kenyon Wilson, Jr. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



William Alonzo Winstead 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Canilidate for B.S. Degree; Cla.ss 
Executive Committee (4); Monogram 
Club (4): Interdorniitory Council (4); 
Boxing (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Herbert Wolf 

New Britain, Conn. 
Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Mary Dorothy Wood 
Elizabethton, Tenn. 



Candidate for A.B. Degree; Phi 
sembly; Playmakers (3, 4). 



Charles Whitehead Woodson, Jr. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; Debate 
Squad (4); Di Senate; Y.M.C.A. (4). 



SENIOR CLss of 1940 



Richard Campbell Worley 
AsheviUe, N. C. 

Candulate for U.S. DeKiee; Goldon 
Fleece; Grail: Monogram Club (2, 3. 
U; Student Council (2); University 
Club: University Dance Committee {3. 
I); Basketball (2, 3. 4). 



Walter Harrill Wray 
Shelby, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Carl Young 
Angier, N. C. 
K A 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Dolph Moore Young, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
2 AE 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Ernest Harshaw Yount, Jr. 

Newton, N. C. 

A T H A E A 

Candidate for A.B. Degree; 
fraternity Council (3, 4) : 



Eleanor Frances Worthington 
Kinston, N. C. 

xn 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



Mary Jane Yeatman 
Columbia, Tenn. 



Candidate fur A.B. Degree; Y.W.C.A. 
(3), Treasurer (4). 



Clifton Young 
Lexington, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree: Pla 
makers (2, 3, 4). 



Sadie Eleanor Young 
Princeton, N. C. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree. 



; Inter- 
Student 



Edward Zuckerman 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Caniliilate for A.B. Degree: Wrestlii 
(I); Hillel Foundation, Cabinet (4). 



Legislature (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 3, 4). 





BARNETT 
DeWitt Barnett — Hurry . . . hurry 
. . . hurry . . . the busy bee of the 
campus ... his fingers dabbled in many 
pies . . . monotone . . . 




CARR 

Watts Carr — The "Pulse" of the 

campus . . . affable, laughable . . . 

coalition of brains, brawn, burlesque . . . 



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'EADLINES . . . scholarship . . . 
student government . . . religion . . . 
politics . . . athletics . . . organizations 
. . . publications . . . personalities. 
Tliis list includes the paths which 
point to campus leadership. In rend- 
ering service to the campus in these 
varied fields, students may win dis- 
tinction and may fit themselves to 
assume leadership after college days 
in the religious, political, business, 
and literary worlds. 



J^ o m e V{oiabies 





CORBETT 
Melville Corbett — Emma is Stacy's 
stooge . . . friendly, efficient, attractive 
. . . W. A.'s Queen Victoria ... tea 
and crumpets . . . 



DAVIS 
Jimmy Davis — "Hot" . . . Campus king 
. . . Tin can tsar . . . Chronister's calam- 
ity at 4:12.5 . . . Buccaneer bonfire . . . 




FAIRLEY 
Jack Fairley — Just about everybody 
knows him, likes him ... he knows 
just about everybody, likes them . . . 
Carolina's Jack Garner . . . 



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FICKLEN 
Studie Ficklen — U. P.'s Boss Tweed 
. . . Blue cashmere sweater, olive hat, 
lope . . . Buiclc . . . interfraternity big- 
wig .. . 




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GATTON 
Harry Gatton — Washington merry-go- 
round . . . Carolina's Publicity C/nfolder 
... he tried to present all political 
ancles . . . Senator . . . 






HUNTER 
Benny Hunter — Senior class guiding 
light . . . energetic, smiling, jitterbug 
. . . power with the weaker sex . . . post 
card legislation . . . 



HARMON 
Martin Harmon — Curley-headed, 
cherubic . . . crusading champion of 
students rights . . . D. T. H. mogul . . . 



oRLLN 
Allen Green — Shock of uncombed 
black hair ... a lanky from Cooleemee 
. . . future big-time editor? . . . liberty, 
fraternity, equality . . . 




JORDAN 
Louise Jordan — Force behind the Y.W. 
C.A. . . . always going somewhere for 
something ... or somebody . . . tinkling 
laughter . . . "Little Red" . . . scholar- 
ship and service . . . 




MEGSON 

Ed Megson — Freckled and frank . . . 
always inconspicuously busy . . . and 
journalism's his O.A.O. . . . versatility 
incarnate . . . 




NISBET 
Mac Nisbet — Just naturally friendly 
... a wealth of wit . . . unassuming, 
understanding . . . Student Council . . . 



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HE personalities presented on 
these pages are representative leaders 
of the Class of 1940. Each member of 
this group was chosen on the basis 
of contributions, accomplishments, 
and a genuine interest in the Uni- 
versity and Class. A summary of their 
activities may be found under their 
names in the class section. With their 
pictures, here, are reminders of some 
of their outstanding characteristics. 



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Morris Rosenberg — "Greetings" . . . 
D.T.H. power behind the throne . . . 
former P.U. Board potentate . . . level- 
head and lantern jaw . . . 



STAUBER 
Bill Stauber — November Buc 
"Clean it up" . . . "Make it sexy" 
"Aw shucks," says Buc prexy 
bicycle . . . 



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STIRNWEISS 
George Stirnweiss — A little dynamite 
goes a long way . . . flying Dutchman 
. . . cowboy walk . . . piston legs . . . 



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VINCENT 
Jack Vincent — Interdormitory council 
. . . cherub . . . Compressed efficiency 
. . . knobhead . . . 





WORLli'i 
Fish Worley — Stables, horses, and 
stuff . . . remember his lope . . . and 
his unique half-smile . . . Fleece, Grail 
. . . insomnia . , , 



WOOD 
Charlie Wood — and his orchestra . . . 
junior class imperator . . . Kappa Sig's 
Kay Kyser? . , . Student Council scrive- 
ner . . . well-groomed, smoothe . . . 



WARREN 

Mickey Warren — Politico . . . pep, 
vim, vigor . . . sex appeal . . . always 
willing to do more than her part . . . 
Flirtation Walk . . . 




CLYDE GATES KIMBALL 



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VVFFICERS of the Junior Class: Gates Kimball, President; 
George Pressly Jenkins, Jr., Vice-President; Stephen Taylor For- 
rest, Secretary; Rodney English Snow, Treasurer, and David James 
Morrison, Student Council. 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 



MORRISON, FORREST, JENKINS, 
KIMBALL, SNOW 




Junior Class Honor Council: David Morrison, Chair- 
man; Charles Barrett, Hargrove Gowles, Winston 
Broadfoot, John Fench, James Gray, William Joslin, 
Gates Kimball, and Edwin Maner. 



University Dance Committee: Edmund Erickson. 

Junior Class Dance Committee: Ottaway Burton, 
Chairman; Charles Barker, Don Baker, Robert Farris, 
Herbert Hardy, and Carroll McGaughey. 



Junior Class Executive Committee: Louis Gaylord, 
Chairman; Hargrove Bowles, Lester Branson, Betty 
Brown, Ruf us Brown, Stacey Crockett, William Dees, 
Frances Dykeman, Coleman Finkel, George Frisby, 
Frances Gibson, Isaac Grainger, James Gray, Allen 
Grimes, Reddy Grubbs, William Hand, Walter Har- 



groves, Charles Idol, Marjorie Johnston, Harry Jones, 
Joe Joyner, Jim Mallory, Frank Reynolds, Sidney 
Sadoff, Paul Severin, David Sessoms, Christian 
Siewers, Walter Sheffield, William Shuford, Robert 
Sloan, Lester Tomlinson, Walsh Turner, and Kenan 
Williams. 



HONOR 
COUNCIL 



Seated: KI^'[BALL, MORRISON, BOWLES 
Standing: MANER. GRAY, W. BROADFOOT, FRENCH, JOSLIN, BARRETT 




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JUNIOR 



Thomas McCall Adams 
Bennettsville, S. C. 
<!> ^e 

Norman Agnew, Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
OH A * n 



Ben Warren Aiken 
Creedmoor, N. C. 



Bernie Aleskovsky 
Spring Valley, N. Y. 
* M A 



Sydenham Benuni Alexander 
Charlotte, N. C 
A K E A E A 

Colton Calvin Allen 
Middlesex, N. C. 



Oliver Holt Allen 
Reidsville, N. C. 



William Allen 
Wilmington, N. C. 



William James Allran, Jr 
Cherryville, N. C. 



Claywell Mitchell Anderson 
Statesville, N. C. 

Margaret Cornell Arnold 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 



Roy Douglas Asch 
Long Beach, N, Y. 



Ruth Hastings Ashburn 
Wmston-Salem, N. C. 

Jack Ashurst 
Somerset, Ky. 



Josephine Austin 
Hatteras, N. C. 



Ransom Hinton Austin 
Raleigh, N. C. 

James Ruffin Bailey 
Raleigh, N. C. 
11 K A 



Joseph Woodrow Baggett 
Lillingtun, N. C. 



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Donald Charles Baker 
Westbury, Long Island, N. Y. 

William Bales 

Carolina Be.ich, N. C 



Alvin Hugh Ballard 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Harry Cline Ballarc 
Nashville, N.C. 



Charles Thomas Barker 
New Bern, N. C. 

Charles Francis Barrett 
Raleigh, N. C, 



Martin Columbus Barringer 
Mt. Pleasant, N. C. 

Clark Bartlett 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
;: A E 



Mary Burnham Bason 
Chapel Hill, N. C^ 
AAn 



Anne Caswell Bates 
Shelbyville, Tenn. 



Britton Ferebee Beasley 

Fountain, N. C. 



Robert Payne Beckwith, Jr. 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 



Jack Pershing Bedea 

South Orange, N. J. 
* K i: 



William Lockett Beerman 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Maxine Claire Beeston 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Harry Logan Belk 
Asheville, N. C. 



Garland Everett Bell 
Washington, N. C. 

Martin Berger 
Hewlett, N. Y. 



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JUNIOR 



Harry Billica 
Muncie, Ind. 
* K 2 



Donald Edwin Bishop 
New Bern, N. C. 



Thomas Ruffin Bledsoe 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ben 



Daniel Thomas Blue 
Laurinburg, N. C. 



Stanley Bertram Blum 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Hermann Joseph Boemanns 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Frances Estaline Boggs 
Statesville, N. C. 



Norman Marshall Bolick 
Conover, N. C. 

Henry Bell Boone 
Jackson, N. C. 



Orin Watts Booth 
Durham, N. C. 
* A e A E A 

Howard Maurice Bossa 
Hamden, Conn. 

Floyd Patton Bost 
Shelby, N. C. 

Joseph Edmunds Bouldin 
Bute's Creek, N. C. 

Howard Vincent Bounds 
Weldon, N. C. 
K A 



Hargrove Bowles, Jr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ben 



Thelma Mae Brammer 
Bassett, Va. 



Francis Arnold Brandon 
Carrboro, N. C. 



Bertrum Lester Branson, Jr. 
Asheville, N. C. 
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Boyce Albert Brawley 
Mooresville, N. C. 



James Shober Brawley 
Salisbury, N. C. 
AK E 



Mary Louise Breazeale 
Greenville, S. C. 



Vernon Proctor Brett 
Winton, N. C. 



Robert Strange Bridgers 
Wilmington, N. C. 

A Tn 



William Gillies Broadfoot, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 A E 



Winston Broadfoot 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 AE 

Walter Japert Broadwell, Jr. 
Angier, N. C. 

Norwood Orreli Brooks 

Brunswick County, N. C. 

Eleanore Morath Brown 
Asheville, N. C. 

Elizabeth Brown 
Raleigh, N. C. 
A All 

Helen Rogers Brown 
Leicester, N. C. 

Pickney Rufus Brown, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
X* 

Robert Emmett Brown 
Charlotte, N. C. 

William Wallace Bruner 
Columbia, S. C. 



James Everette Bryan 
Pittsboro, N. C. 



Pattye Rachel Bryant 
Chatham, Va. 



Selma Frances Buckelew 
Lancaster, S. C. 

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JUNIOR 



Velton Vance Bunch 
Belhaven, N. C. 



Percy Russell Bunn 
Spring Hope, N. C. 



William Thomas Burns 
Aberdeen, N. C. 



Marjorie Lovelace Burrus 
Canton, N. C. 

Ottway Bernard Burton 
Milton, N. C. 

Hugh De Witt Byrd 
Mt. Olive, N. C. 



Mary Hampton Caldwell 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Lester Lawrence Callan 
New York, NY. 



Orville Bentley Campbel 
Hickory. N. C. 



George Cheshire Capralis 
Lexington, Ky. 

Phil Rahm Carlton 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A K E 



Spencer Carlyle 
Hendersonville, N. C. 



Ladye Barnard Carpenter 
Rolling Fork, Miss. 

Peter Carr 

Anderson, Ind. 
2 X 



Benjamin Robert Carroll, Jr. 
Hamlet. N. C. 
SKF. 



Derema Star Carrol 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



James Wilburn Carter 
Kannapolis, N. C. 

Virginia Dare Gates 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Frances Essiebelle C.iuble 
Mt. Pleasant, N. C. 

Fred Cazel 
Asheville, N.C. 



Hallie Chandler 
Sumter, S. C. 



Robert Chapman 
Red Springs, N. C. 



Everette Wade Charles 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Russell Drewry Cherry 
Draper, N. C. 



Wade Thomas Choate 
Sparta, N. C. 



David Sanford Citron 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Martha Bryan Clampett 
Saint Petersburg, Fla. 



Albert Edwin Clark 
Bear Creek, N. C. 



Mary Alan Clinard 
High Point, N. C. 



Rowell Connor Cloninger 
Claremont, N. C. 



Grady Hoke Cockerham, Jr. 
Elkin, N. C. 

Joseph Robert Cohen 
New York City, N. Y. 



Murray Elliot Cohn 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Robert Cohn 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Charles Lindsay Colby 
Asheville, N. C. 



Julian Barrus Coleman 
Kinston, N. C. 



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James Rountree CoUett 
Morganton, N. C. 

Bon 

William Tate Conley 
Marion, N. C. 
II K A 

Jeanne Connell 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Blanche Martha Cook 
Marion, Va. 

George Marion Cooper, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
*KS 

Jack Cooper 

New Haven, Conn. 
X* 

Richard Lawrence Cowhig 
Charlotte N. C. 

Ben 

William Riddick Cowper, Jr 
Gatesville, N. C. 



Herbert Walton Cox 
Clarkton, N. C. 



.awrence Edwin Crabtree 
Raleigh, N. C. 
2X 

Robert Ferree Craver 
High Point, N. C. 
<i> FA 



Butler Parnoll Crittenden, Jr. 
Shreveport, Va. 



Mary Stacy Crockett 
Bluefield, W. Va. 
II B* 



Millard Roberts Currin 
Angier, N. C. 

John William Curtis 
Liberty. N. C. 
*K 2 



Mary Jane Daffin 
Gerrardstown, W. Va. 



Caroline Landon Dalton 
Lexington, Mass. 
A An 

Masten Rufus Dalton 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
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Edgar Samuel William Dameron, Jr. 
Burlington, N. C. 

Gertrude Person Darden 
Annapolis, Md. 

James Henry Darden 

Farmville, N. C. 

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William Moye Darden 
Annapolis, Md. 
2 A E 

Bill Davenport 
Charlotte, N. C. 
ATfJ 



Edward Palmer Davis, Jr. 
Dunn, N. C. 



Marjorie Harward Davis 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Collins Taylor Dawson 

Tamaica, N. Y. 
2 X 



George Robert Dawson, Jr. 



Jamaica, N. Y. 



Frank Emerson Deaver 
River Edge, N. J. 

William Dees, Jr. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

2 N 



Frank D'Elia 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



William Robert Denning, Jr. 
Benson, N. C. 

Harry Tillinghast Dewey 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

George Elting Deyo 
Fairfield, Conn. 



Meta Lois Diffenderfer 
Pensacola, Fla. 

Betty Eaton Dixon 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Christine Marie Dobbins 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



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Dorothy Rebecca Drake 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Gordon Shelton Dugger 
Vilas, N. C. 

Judy Duke 

Springfield, Mo. 

nB* 



Elwood McDonald Dunn, Jr. 
New Bern, N. C. 

Louis Justus DuPree 
Kinston, N. C. 



Frances Louise Dyckman 

Short Hills, N. J. 
A An 



Margaret Elaine Eades 
Evansville, Ind. 

David Ernest Early 
Winnetka, 111. 
2X 



Fred Rippy Edney 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



James Sidney Edney 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Bennett Moore Edwards 
Wadesboro, N. C. 

Mary Tilson Edwards 
Troy, N. C. 



Thomas Edwards 
Bronxville, N. Y. 
2 X 



Fred Kingsley Elder, Jr. 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Edgar Worth Ellington, Jr. 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Charles Sadelson Elliott 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Elinor Olive Elliott 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

n B* 



Bruce Alexander Elmore 
Bryson City, N. C. 



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Martha Jean Emery 
Charlotte, N. C. 



June Rose Epstein 
New Garden, N. ^V 



Dolly Erickson 
Lancaster, S. C. 



Edmund Eugene Erickson 
Oak Park, 111. 

Jesse Estroff 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Sally Anna Evans 
Bluefield, W. Va. 
II B* 



Elaine Palmer Ewald 
Baltimore, Md. 



Beverley Adams Faison 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Robert Arthur Farris 

Wilson, N. C, 



William Clayton Farris, Jr. 
East Orange, N.J. 

Francis Fatell 
Bronxville, N. Y. 

Sanford Kesler Felton 
Eure, N. C. 



Lawrence Ferling 

Bronxville, N.Y. 
K 2 



Carl Feuchtinger 
AsheviUe, N. C. 



John Clinard Finch 
Lexington, N. C. 



John William Finch, Jr. 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 

Coleman Lee Finkel 
Baltimore, Md. 



Paulyne Finkelstein 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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Charlotte Fitz 
Seattle. Wash. 



Sol Sidney Fligel 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Diana Harrison Foote 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
A An 



Sarah Foushee Fore 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Stephen Taylor Forrest 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Porter Lee Fortune 
Old Fort, N. C. 



Arthur James Foster 
Statesville, N. C. 

Fairfax Foster 

Franklin, La. 
n B* 



Robert Gilmer Foster 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



John Eugene French 
New York, N. Y. 

<i>Ae 



George Rohatsch Frisby 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Mary Marshall Frye 
Asheville, N. C. 



Lawrence Wilson Futch 
Burgaw, N. C. 



George Henry Gammans 
Newport, R. 1. 

David Foulke Gardiner 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



iunk Gardner, III 
Ancon, Canal Zone 
2 X 



Jean Dorothy Gardner 
Staten Island, N. Y. 



James Boyce Garland 
Gastonia, N. C. 

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Tom Stanley Garrison 
Asheville, N. C. 

Weller Kays Gary 
Fallston, N. C. 



Louis Woodson Gaylord 
Greenville, N. C. 



Andrew Gennett 
Asheville. N. C. 
<!> AG 



Frances Gertrude Gibson 
Tallahassee, Fla. 



Joseph Emmett Giddings, Jr. 
Mount Olive, N. C. 



Charles Baker Giduz 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Gracie Pearle Gilbert 
Parkton, N. C. 



Vivian Sarratt Gillespie 
Fort Bragg. N. C. 



William Lee Gilliam, Jr. 
Richmond, Va. 

Arthur Watson Gillis 
Raeford, N. C. 



Frank Monroe Givan 
Charlotte, N. C. 



George Gregory' Glamack 
Johnstown, Pa. 



Edward Percy Godwin, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Grover Cleveland Godwin 
Sanitorium, N. C. 

nK A 



Melvin Lee Gof orth 

Statesville, N. C. 



Ruth Jean Golbey 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Irving Jerry Goldhaber 
Flushing, N. Y. 



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Babs Lois Goodrich 
Wilmington, Del. 
X !-> 



Junius John Goodwin 
Lumberton, N. C. 



Elizabeth Byrd Gordon 
South Hill, Va. 



Willis Elden Gould, Jr. 
North Leeds. Maine 
X ^I' 



Isaac Bates Grainger, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 A E 



James Alexander Gray, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
2 AE 



Louis Henry Greenburg 
Louisburg, N. C. 



William Carrington Gretter 
Waterbury, Conn. 

John Charles Grier 
Gastonia, N. C. 
ATn 



Alan Pendleton Grimes 
Staten Island, N. Y. 

Julius Alfred Grisette 
Valdese, N. C. 



Chester Walter Grochola 
Long Island, N. Y. 



Henry McCormick Gross, Jr. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
A M' 

Willard Bertram Grossmann 
New York, N. Y. 



William Lester Groves, Jr. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A X 2 



Reddy Gatewood Grubbs 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Ernest Gordon Guy 
Harmony, N. C. 



Thomas Jennings Hackney, Jr. 
Wilson, N. C. 
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Phil Wiley Haigh 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
ATn 

Stanley Eugene Ha 
Portsmouth, Va. 
A X A 



Wallace Vann Hall 
Yanceyville, N. C. 



James Carl Hambright, Jr. 
Rock Hill, S.C. 



Harry Hamilton 
Morehead City, N. C. 



William Pickett Hamlin 
High Point, N. C. 



John Ray Hampton 
Leaksville, N. C. 



Lou Alice Hamrick 
Fallston, N. C. 

Shirley Tweed Hansen 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Thomas Chandler Hardwick 
Pinehurst, N. C. 

Herbert Wallace Hardy 
Sanford, N. C. 

Walter Clark Hargrove 
Tarboro, N. C. 
X * 



Charles Harnden 
Narberth, Pa. 
X^I' 

Henry Craig Harrelson 
Cherryville, N. C. 

Warren Blake Harrelson 
Mullins,S. C. 



Robert Charles Harrington, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
A* A 

Charles Marvin Harris 
Stanford, Conn. 



Thomas Clifton Hayes, Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
K A 



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Louis DeMaro Hayman 

Beaufort, N. C. 



Thomas Holt Haywood, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
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Ben Ross Heath 

Kinston, N. C. 

AS n 



Hunter Heath 

Kinston, N. C. 



Mary Frances Heath 
Waynesboro, Ga. 



Cynthia Jane Hemke 
Lebanon, N. J. 



Hubert Piatt Henderson 

Cfiase City, Va. 
■!> M A 



John Richard Henderson 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Rusk Griffin Henry, Jr. 
Hickory, N. C. 



Robert Edward Hermson 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



William Fletcher Hertman 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Daniel Albert Hewitt 

Asheville, N. C. 



Harrell Bruce Hill 
Reidsville, N. C. 



Ann Shirley Hobbs 
Newport News, Va. 



Ernestine Ragsdale Hobgood 
Greenville, N. C. 



Mack Hobson 
Dunn, N. C 



Luther Hodges 

Leaksville, N. C. 



Roland Graham Hodges 

Kinston, N. C. 
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Harry Hoffman 
Doylestown, Pa. 



Norman Frederick Hogue 
Painted Post, N. Y. 

Richard Burgan Holcombe 
Candler, N. C. 



Woodrow Wilson Holland 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Roselyn Pearl Holmes 
Tifton, Ga. 

David Henry Hood 
Dunn, N. C. 



David Woodall Hooks 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Russell McPherson Hornsday 
Snow Camp, N. C. 

James Arthur Howard 
Norfolk, Va. 



Rachel Lea Howard 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Walter Robert Howard 
Sanford, N. C. 
* AG 

Willis Lee Howard 

Cornelius, N. C. 



Donald Bruce Hubbard 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Emily Douglas Hubbard 
Waynesboro, Va. 

Mary Tudor Hudson 
Hertford, N. C. 

n B* 



Alfred Herman Hughes 

Hampton, Va. 

John Edward Hughes, Jr. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Charles Oliver Humphries 
Asheville. N. C. 

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Charles Jackson Hutchison 
Walnut Cove, N. C. 

Charles William Idol 
High Point, N. C. 

Roy Lee Ingram 

Mamers, N. C. 



Ralph Thompson Isley 
Mebane, N. C. 

Cleveland Devane Jackson 
Salemburg, N. C. 

Arthur Lincoln Jansen 
White Plains, N. Y. 

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George Pressly Jenkins, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
X ^ 

Harold Frederick Jennings 
Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Rosemary Johnson 
Des Moines, Iowa 
n B* 



William Archibald Johnson 
Lillin,^ton, N. C. 

Albert Sherwood Johnston, Jr. 
Smithfield. N. C. 

Marjorie Elizabeth Johnston 
Hartford City, Ind. 

xn 



Eleanor McLure Jones 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Hamilton Jones 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Harry Moseley Jones 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Paul Erastus Jones, Jr. 
Farmville, N. C. 
i) A E 

William Erwin Jones 
Charlotte, N. C. 
ATn 

William Joslin 
Raleigh, N. C. 
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Albert Joseph Josselson 
Ahoskie, N. C, 

Joseph Dock Joyner 
Farmville, N. C. 



Maurice Joseph Jurney 
Olin, N. C. 



Henry Morris Kamins 
Hartford, Conn. 
TE* 



Edward Lee Kantrowitz 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

Leo Maurice Karpeles 
Washington, D. C. 



Irwin Norton Katz 
New York, N. Y. 



Lionel Melvin Katz 
Miami, Fla. 
T E* 



Acton Perry Keats 
Plandome, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Anne Keesee 
Bluefield, W. Va. 
n B* 



Margie Spainhour Keiger 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Richard Kemper 
Larchmont, N. Y. 



Clyde Gates Kimball 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
,iKE 

Paul Noble King 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Ishmael Worth Kirby 
Kin? N. C. 



William Albert Kirksey 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Susan Klaber 

Highland Park, III. 



Thomas Battle Koonce, Jr. 
Jacksonville, N. C. 



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JUNIOR 



George Eli Koury 
Burlingti>n, N. C. 



Hannah Lacob 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



James Francis Lalanne 
Lafayette, La. 
K2 



Wilnah Carolyn Lambeth 
Elon College, N. C. 

Charles Bradley Lang 
Bahama, N. C. 

Nelson Large 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Harry Lasker 
New York, N. Y. 
Z B T 

Frank Ledbetter 
RobbinsviUe, N. C. 



Joseph Lederman 
New York, N. Y. 



Frances Jones Lee 
Virgilina, Va. 



James Hardy Lee 
Asheville, N. C. 



Junius Lee, Jr. 
Four Oaks, N. C. 



Martha LeFevre 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
II B <}> 



Robert Zelden Lerner 

New York, N. Y. 
n A* 



Harry Travers Lewis, Jr. 

Proctorville, N. C. 



John Henry Lewis 
Statesville, N. C. 



Robert Edward Lewis 
Lumberton, N. C. 



Wellington Harrill Lewis 
Fallston, N. C. 



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Archie Lindsay 
Arlington, N. J. 



Jean McGregor Lindsay 
Lumberton, N. C. 



Kathleen Elizabeth Lineback 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Arthur Stanley Link 
Mt. Pleasant, N. C. 



Raymond Otho Linker 
Charlotte, N. C. 
AK E 

Jean Morse Littell 
Rehoboth, Del. 



Karl Burns Litzelman 
Westfield, N. J. 



Genie Loaring-Clark 
Huntsville, Ala. 
X n 



Leonard Kohlman Lobred 
Washington, D. C. 



Henrietta Bryan Logan 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Molly Browning Long 
Keyser, W. Va. 

Robert Long 
Statesville, N. C. 



Aaron North Longfield 
Washington, D. C. 

Wade Dean Love 
Stanfield, N. C. 

Archibald Lovin 
Shawnon, N. C. 



Julius Alexander Lowrance, Jr. 
Statesville, N. C. 



Thomas Greene Lynch 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Risden Allen Lyon 
Wadesboro, N. C. 



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Zack Lyon 
Oxford, N. C. 



Borden Mace 
Beaufort, N. C. 



John Chetwood Mahler 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Moses Montefiore Malkin 
Broukline, Mass. 

Edwin Napoleon Maner 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lilhan Allaine Marsh 
Onley, Va. 



Robert Howard Marshburn, Jr. 
Elizabethtown, N. C. 

Betty Jane Martin 
HendersonviUe, N. C. 

Charles Edwin Mashburn 
Marshall, N.C. 



Rubineal Cora Mason 
Angier, N. C. 

Eleanor Virginia Maupin 
Newport News, Va. 

n B* 

Hilah Ruth Mayer 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Ruth Elinore Mayer 
Erie, Pa. 

William Linville Maynard 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mary Gail Menius 
New Bern, N. C. 



William Hyde Meroney, III 
Greensboro. N. C. 

Anson Angus Merrick, Jr. 
Tryon, N. C. 

Byrd Farmer Merril 
Dothan, Ala. 

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John Michael 
Asheville, N. C. 



WiUiam Newton Middleton 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
K A 

Herbert Mark Miller 
East Brady, Pa. 



Irving Miller 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Francis Champion Millican 
Palatka, Fla. 

Henry Albion Millis, Jr. 
High Point, N. C. 

Ben 



Nell Edwards Mills 
Statesville, N. C. 



Mariana Farrell Milner 
Aiken, S. C. 



Alexander Charles Mitchell 
New York, N. Y. 



Dwight Evans Moody 
Henrico N. C. 

Jane Moody 
Larkinsville, Ala. 



Aubrey Haskins Moore, Jr. 
Oxford, N. C. 



Betty Gentry Moore 
Talladega, Ala. 



John McDowell Moore, Jr. 
Lexington, N. C. 

Mary Lily Moore 
Raleigh, N. C. 



William Kermit Morefield 
Statesville, N. C. 



Earl Morgan, Jr. 
Badin, N. C. 



John Edwin Morgan 
Canton. N. C. 



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Richard Egerton Morris 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

David James Morrison 
Plainfield, N.J. 



Thomas Lacy Morrow 
Parris Island, S. C. 
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Thad Tuttle Moser 
Asheburo, N. C. 
A T n 



Rae Murden 
Fair Bluff, N. C. 



Booker Murphy 
Spray, N. C. 



Edward Emerson Murray 
Baltimore, Md. 

:: X 

WiUiam Gray Murray 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A E A 

Helen McCall 
Asheville, N. C. 

Howard Wilson McCall 
Spruce Pine, N. C. 

Marie McClelland 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
A All 

Grover McClure, Jr. 
Shelby, N. C. 



Julia McConnell 
Talladesa, Ala. 
11 B ■1> 

Donald Whitfield McCoy 
Laurinburg, N. C. 

Byron Charles McCraw 
Troy, N. C. 



William Tecumseh McDaniel 
Rutherfordton, N. C. 

Virginia McDonald 

Paducah. Ky. 
II B* 

George McDuffie 
Flat Rock, N. C. 
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Carroll Bradford McGaughey 
Atlanta, Ga. 
•!> AB 

James Edward McGee, Jr. 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Emagene McGibony 
Greensboro, Ga. 



John Paul McGinty 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

Edward McGoogan 
Morven, N. C. 

Archie Nock Mcintosh 
Old Fort, N. C. 

X -i' 



Florence Millicent McKendry 
New Canaan, Conn. 

n B* 

David Alexander McLemore 
Parkersburg, N. C. 

Jane Marshall McMaster 
Winnsboro, S. C. 

Malcom Donald McNaughton 
Hendersonville, N. C. 
2 X 

Tom Palmer Nash 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Z-ir 

William Benton Nash 
Wingate, N. C. 

Sarah Jeannette Nathan 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Martha Kathryn Navy 
Mars Hill, N. C. 

Joe B. Neely 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Donald Holmes Neill 
Cyn^Td, Pa. 
X4' 

Isaac Floyd Nesbitt 
Edneyville, N. C. 
.\ E A 

Robert Ballin Neuman 
Washington, D. C. 
Z B T 



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Muriel Grace Neville 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

K K r 

Mary Sue Newell 
Henderson, N. C. 



Naomi Newman 
Danville, Va. 



Charles Roland Nipe 
Frankfort, N. Y. 



Baxter Gardner Noble 
Kinston, N. C. 

Ernestine Irene Noe 
Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

xn 



Henly Moir Ogburn, Jr. 
Clemmons, N. C. 



Zebulon Franklin Osbourne 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

William Louis Packer 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Harold Dement Padgett, Jr. 
Washmgton, D. C. 

Oscar Oliver Palmer, Jr. 
Shelby, N. C. 

Alton Webster Parker 
Murfreesboro N. C. 



Elton Claxton Parker 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 

Roy Turnage Parker 
Pinetops, N. C. 

Eunice Patten 
Louisburg, N. C. 

n B* 



Howard Carlton Patterson 
Burlington, N. C. 

Lome Cameron Payne 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Georgiana Louise Pentlarge 
Montclair, N. J. 
A ^ II 

Pearlman Ross Perry 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Richard Dobbs-Speight Person 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 

Ben 



Robert M. Peters 
Floral Park, N. Y. 

Garland Burruss Peterson 
Norfolk, Va. 

Alfred Edward Phelps 
Rockville Center, N.Y. 

Calvin Bynum Phillips, Jr. 
Lincolnton, N. C. 
* AG 

James William Pickard 
Randleman, N. C. 



James Williamson Pike 
Salemburg, N. C. 



Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs 
Houston, Texas 
* AG 

James deCamp Piver 
Aurora, N. C. 



Frances Estelle Pizer 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Helen Virginia Plyler 
Lancaster, S. C. 

A A n 

James Cecil Pointer 
Blanche, N. C. 



Georgia Stith Poole 
Mullins, S. C. 
A A n 



Mahlon Joseph Pophal 
St. Pauls, N. C. 

Curtis James Potter 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Dorothy Pratt 

Sumter, S. C. 

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Jesna Elizabeth Prevatte 
Darlington, S. C. 



William Moorefield Puckett 
Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

P. C. Purvis 

Fairmont, N. C. 



Whit Coffield Purvis 
Williamston, N. C 
II K A 



Sarah Jane Putman 
Beckley, W. Va. 

xn 



Joy Elizabeth Quackenbush 
Graham, N. C. 



lames Perrin Quarles, Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
^ K E 

William Trent Ragland 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Thomas David Ramsey 
Bryn Mawr, Pa, 



John Frank Randall 
Barnard, N. C. 



Rush McClure Rankin 
Belmont, N. C. 

John Oliver Ranson 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Robert Query Ranson 
Charlotte, N. C. 
K A 



Henry Grady Reagan 

Asheville, N. C. 



William Brady Reed 
Spencer, W. Va. 
AX2 



Pembrooke Graves Rees 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Frank Russell Reynolds 
Wilmington, N. C. 

John Donald Rice 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 



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Charles Alexander Rich 
Frankfort, N. Y. 



William Robert Richardson 
Birmingham, Ala. 
2 A E 

Helen Jean Richmond 
Staten Island, N. Y. 



Mona Faye Riley 
Dunn, N. C. 



Sidney Rittenberg, Jr. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Hughes Roberts 

Atlanta, Ga. 

2 AE 



James Parish Robertson, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 AE 

Leon Whitfield Robertson 
Wake Forest, N. C. 



Mary Susan Robertson 
Hillsboro, N. C. 



Garland Robeson 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Benjamin Holcomb Roebuck, Jr. 
Washington, N. C. 

Livingston Brewster Rogerson 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
X* 



Edward Matheson Rollins 
Bristol, Tenn. 

Simons Lucas Roof 
Vale, N. C. 

Sarah Frances Ruark 
Raleigh, N. C. 

A An 



Florence Jane Rumsey 
Mayock, N. C. 

xn 

Nina Lou Rustin 
Penrose, N. C 



Grace Goldyn Rutledge 
Yadkinville, N. C. 



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JUNIOR 



Robert Carl Rutter 
Chatham, N. J. 



Sidney Henrick Sadoff 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
<I>A 

William Salowe 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Durwood Eldon Sanders 
Richlands, N. C. 

William Guthrie Sasser 
Takoma Park, Md. 



Charles Joseph Savarese, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



S.'.rah Pearson Sawyer 
Windsor, N. C. 



Leonard James Schleifer 
New York, N. Y. 
II A* 



Samuel Aiken Schmucker 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Harris Scholl 
Hamlet, N. C. 



Conrad Campbell Schrimpe 
Woodbridge, N. J. 
A X S 

Elaine Schwinge 
Tarboro, N. C. 



Charles Sidney Scott 
Canton, N. C. 



Ross Edward Scroggs 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Remer Scruggs, Jr. 
Hahira, Ga. 



Helen Sarah Sears 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
II V, <I> 



Littleton Cole Selden 
Jackson, N. C. 



Elmer Elroy Sensenbach, Jr. 
High Point, N. C. 



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David James Sessoms, Jr. 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Paul Vincent Severin 
Tarentum, Pa. 

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James Percy Seymour 
Sanford, N. C. 



Laura Maie Shaver 
Albemarle, N. C. 
A A 11 

Walter Lincoln Sheffield, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
K A 

Daniel Russell Shields, Jr. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

George William Shipp, Jr. 
Newton, N. C. 
ATO 

Harold Milton Short 
Charlotte, N. C. 



John Franklin Shuford 
Asheville, N. C. 



William Melvin Shuford 
Asheville, N. C. 



Clarence Leroy Shuping, Jr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A T 9. 

Richard Charles Sieck 
Glendale, L. I., N. Y. 



Christian Fogle Siewers 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ben 



Robert Williams Sills, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
K2 

Eugene Silverstein 
Gastonia, N. C 
T E* 



Peter John Simone 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



George Lee Simpson, Jr. 
Concord, N. C. 
ATfi 



Clarence Hammond Sinclair 
East Flat Rock, N. C. 



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Charles Shelton Sink, Jr. 
North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Norma Balaban SlatofF 
New York City 

Bob Stanley Sloan 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Patricia Ann Small 
Clinton, N. C. 

Henry George Smerhoff 
New Haven, Conn. 

Billie Smith 
Pittsboro, N. C. 



Connie Smith 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



Hugh Percival Smith, Jr. 



Greenville, S. C. 
:: A E 



John Wilson Smith, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
X* 



Louise Dudley Smith 
Charlotte, N. C. 
X V. 

Robert Smith 
Chapel Hill, N. C, 



Robert McDavid Smith 
Birmingham, Ala. 
2 AE 



Sam Jo Smith, Jr. 
Whitakers, N. C. 



Samuel Milton Smith 
Pilot Mountain, N. C. 



Winfield Davis Smith 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



William Davis Snider 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Rodney English Snow 
High Point, N. C. 

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Bruce Wellington Snyder, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
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Roger Alexander Snyder 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Harry Ward Sparrow 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ernest Spence 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Laurence Tilson Sprinkle 
Weaverville, N. C. 

Howard Raymond Stadiem 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Herbert Irving Stang 
Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. 



Mortimer Stang 

Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. 

Ella-Keen Steel 
Davidson, N. C. 

xn 

John Thomas Stegall 
Marshville, N. C. 



Arlene Steinbach 
CarroUton, Ga. 

Robert Hugh Stephenson 
Severn, N. C. 

Albert Stewart, Jr. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Ernest Stich 

New York, N. Y. 
<!> A 

Louise Stiefelmeyer 
Cullman, Ala. 

xn 

Norman Vaughn Stockton, Jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ben 



Fleming Holt Stone 
Raleifih, N. C. 



George Marshall Stratton 
Memphis, Tenn. 

* Ae 

Algie Maurice Stuart, Jr. 
High Point, N. C. 



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Billie Sutherland 
Grundy, Va. 



Bernard Robert Swan 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Charles Swan, III 
Elmira, N. Y. 



Jack Svvartz 
Detroit, Mich. 



Edgar Chew Sweeney 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Arthur Thomas Sweet, Jr. 
Spencer. N. C. 



George Webster Swicegood 
Spencer, N. C. 

John Thomas Talton, Jr. 
Clayton, N. C. 

Ben Taylor 

Ntaxton, N. C. 



Edgar Suggs Taylor 
Walstonburg, N. C. 

Frank Taylor 
Signal Mt., Tenn. 



James Creston Taylor 
Candler, N. C. 



Sam Teague 
Raleigh" N. C. 



Elaine Helen Terris 

East Norwalk, Conn. 



Harry Gordon Thigpen, Jr. 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 



John Lexie Thomas 
Sanford, N. C. 



Bonner Havens Thomason 
Wilmington, N. C. 
K A 

William Manly Thompson 
Mountain Lakes, N. J. 
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Ann Pluymart Thornburgh 
Carnegie, Pa. 

xn 

William Greene Thome 
Enfield, N. C. 



Benjamine Wyche Tillett 
Timberlake, N. C. 



Frances Scott Tilley 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Joseph Winston Timberlake, Jr. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Paul Wilson Titman 
Lowell, N. C. 



Lawrence Archdale Tomlinson. Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 
2 AE 

Leslie Daniel Tomlinson 
Black Creek, N. C. 



Elizabeth Ann Torpin 
Augusta, Ga. 



Donald Fuller Torrey, Jr. 
Wynnewood, Pa. 

Jack Venoid Towell 
Mooresville, N. C. 



James Henry Toy 

Waynesville, N. C. 



Garland Scott Tucker 
Raleigh, N. C. 
2 X 



Morton Lawrence Turteltaub 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
* A 

John Edward Tyler 
Roxobel, N. C. 
KA 



William Alfred Upton 
Norfolk, Va. 
Z * 



Adolph Joseph Urban 
Newark, N. J. 



Thomas Huske Vance 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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William Deaderick Van Dyke 
Memphis, Tenn. 
i A E 

Chester Bruce Van Schoick 
New Hyde Park, L. I., N. Y. 



Dennis William Vaughan, III 
Townsville, N. C. 



Hubert Veazey 
Creedmoor, N. C. 



William Neilson Vogler 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Magda Kjellesvig Waering 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Walter Charles Wagner 
Clinton, Conn. 

Daniel Evans Walker 
Southport, N. C. 



Nicholas Misplee Walker 
Ardmore, Pa. 



William James Walker 
Winsted, Conn. 
X<I> 



William Leonard Wall 
Slier City, N. C. 



William Freeny Ward 
Warrenton, N. C. 
n K* 



Harold Clinton Warshaw 
Brookline, Mass. 

n A* 

Mary Spencer Watkins 
Greensboro, N. C. 
II B* 



George William Watson 
Narberth, Pa. 
X* 



Jack Watson 
Wmgate, N. C. 



Janet Mary Watson 
Punta Gorda, Fla. 



Herbert Weber 
Hillside, N. I. 



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Joseph Alson Welborn 
High Point, N. C. 

Alice Bonce Wells 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
A All 



Alton Wright Wells 
Bocky Mount, N. C. 



Dorothy Peace Wendee 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Hubert Brooks Wheeler 
Montclair, N. J. 

Anna Belle White 
Chanel Hill, N. C. 



Joe Gordon Whitsett 
Whitsett, N. C. 

*rA 



Lee Manning Wiggins 
Hartsville. S. C. 



George Lantz Wilkinson 
Newton, N. C. 



Ann Elizabeth Williams 
Clarksdale, Miss. 

Eugene Williams 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
■I'T A 



Kenan Banks Williams 
Sanford, N. C. 



Lewis James Williams 
Louisville, N. C. 

Robert David Williams 
Richmond, Va. 
* K i 

Mary Louise Wilson 
Chicago, III. 

William Everett Wilson 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Harry Winkler, Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Ben 



Mary Velna Winslow 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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George Stacy Withers 
Davidson, N, C. 



Eugene Roy Witten 
New York City, N. Y. 



Mary Isabella Wolf 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



lames Fredrick Wood, Jr. 
Mcinrcie, N.C. 

Noel Robert Seymour Woodhouse 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
K2 

Edward Woodman 

New Haven, Conn. 
$^9 



William Blackmer Woodson 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Robinson Woodward 

Shrewsbury, N. J. 

Colvin McAlister Worth 
Raleigh, N. C. 
2 A E 



Sarah Frances Wright 
Macon, Ga. 



Thomas Henry Wright, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
A K E 

Vincent Brown Wright, Jr. 
Ft. Bragg, N. C. 
A Tfi 



|ohn Thomas Yelverton 
Fremont, N. C. 

Zoe Ellen Young 
Fort Smith, Ark. 

xn 



Phyllis Diana Younginer 

Asheville, N. C. 



Joseph Ellis Zaytoun 
New Bern, N. C. 



James McKee Zealy 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Irwin Arthur Zuckerman 
Far Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. 










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COMMENCEMENT 
MARSHALS 



DONALD CHARLES BAKER DONALD EDWIN BISHOP 



HARGROVE BOWLES, JR. OTTWAV BURTON 




JAMES HOWARD 



CHARLES IDOL STEPHEN TAYLOR FORREST HERBERT WALLACE HARDV 




WILLIAM CRESS ALEXANDER 



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Class Officers: William Cress Alexander, President; John Drew 
Elliot, Vice-President; William Lewis McKinnon, Secretary; 
Truman McGill Hobbs, Treasurer; William T. Martin, Student 
Council Representative. 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 




ALEXANDER ELLIOT 



MARTIN McKINNON 



Honor Council: William T. Martin, William Cress 
Alexander, George Leavell Coxhead, Lennox Polk 
McLendon, William Collins Cody, Dudley Du Bose 
Cocke, John Walker Diffendal, Robert Winston Carr. 

Executive Committee: Douglas Bachelor, Chairman; 



William Faircloth, William Croom, Alex Bonner, 
Grady Stevens, Gwyn Novvell, Ramsey Weathersky, 
Manny Levy, John Dififendal, Stanley Leavy, Edwin 
Ford, Louis Harris, William Ward, Richard Kend- 
rick, Robert Bobbitt, Raeford Adams, Joe Blake, John 
Sasser. 



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Dance Committee: Lloyd HoUingsworth, Chairman; 
James Greenwood, George Spransy, Ridley Whitaker, 
Henry May, Albert Johnson, Sam Gregory, Charles 
Pyle, Jack Holland. 



Finance Committee: Charles Reece, Chairman; War- 
ren Mengal, Patrick Witherington, Robert Grimes, 
William Sutherland, Erwin Bowie, Nelson McAbee, 
Edwin Minges, Benjamin Lee. 



HDNDR 
COUNCIL 



Seated: Alexander, Carr. McLendon, Martin 
Standing: Diffendal, Cocke. Coxhead 




SDPHDMDHE CL,> of 19,0 



R.iyford Kennedy Adams, Jr. Thomas Floyd Adams, Jr. 

Skillman, N. J. Willow Springs, N. C. 
2 X 

Stephen Sheperd Adams George WiUiam Adcock 

Biltmore, N. C. Vanna, N. C. 
2 A E 



William Cress Alexander John Buchanan Anderson 
Mooresville, N. C. Danville, Va, 

K i; 



Thomas Walton Allen 
Kannapolis, N. C. 
A T 9. 



Boots Newman Andrews 
Charlotte, N. C. 



James Crandall Andrews John Vincent Arey 

Chapel Hill, N.C. ' Gold Hill, N. C. 



Marvin Pope Anthony 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 
A TO 


lak Dalton Armstrong 

AsheviUe, N. C. 


John Russell Armstrong 

Larchmont, N. Y. 


Robert Tillman Austin 
Waxhaw, N. C. 


Percy Rudolph Ashby 
Durham, N. C. 
A T 


Thomas Arrington Avera 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

*Ae 


Benjamin Franklin Aycock 
Fremont, N. C. 

.\ xi; 


Jack Baber 
Shelby, N. C. 


Jesse Bardin Aycock, Jr. 
Fremont, N. C. 
11 K A 


Claude Fletcher Bailey 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 


Harold David Bailey 
Walstonburg, N. C. 


Harrison Porter Baker 

Kensington, Conn. 
X^I' 


Charles Rankin Baker 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Horace Mitchell Baker 
Lumberton, N. C. 


Charles Lee Ball, Jr. 

Roxboro, N. C. 
II K A 


James Arnold Barclay 
Spring Valley, N. Y. 



Gilbert Sylvester Ballance Ottis Rusley Barham 
Elizabeth City, N. C. Leaksville, N. C. 



Aiden Emmett Barnes 
Macon, Ga. 
X A E 

Jack Watson Barnes 
Ahoskie, N. C. 
2 X 



Edgar Dalton Barnwell, Jr. 

Edneyville, N. C. 

Joe Hill Barrington 
Lumberton, N. C. 
*K2 








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Leon Francis Bass Weson Odell Batchelor 

Westhampton, N. Y. Sharpsburg, N. C. 

AX A 

Douglas deVane Batchelor Walter Winf red Baiicom 
Coral Gables, Fla. Miinrue, N. C. 

K2 



Cyrus Simmonds Beard 
Greensboro, N. C. 

i: X 



Horace Pope Benton, Jr. 

Wilson, N. C. 



Hugh Hammond Bennett Warren Howard Bernstein 
Washington, D. C. New York, N. Y. 

T E* 



Dever Poole Biggerstaff 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Oscar McArthur Bizzell 
Newton Grove, N. C. 



Robert Lee Bobbitt 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
AK E 



Haywood Gilbert Bland, Jr. 
Keiford, N. C. 

David Alan Blank 
Irvington, N, J. 



Douglas Bournique 
Appleton, Wis. 
A ^T' 



Alexander Conoley Bonner Ervin Thomas Bowie 
Washington, N. C. Scotts, N. C. 



Raymond West Bradley, Jr. Jimmie Earle Brandon 
Bessemer City, N. C. Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Henry Branch 
Macon, Ga. 



John MacRae Bridger 
Bladenboro, N. C. 
A ^I' 

Edwin Briggs 
Washington. N. C. 



Frederick Lee Broad, Jr. 
Mountain Lakes, N. J. 



James Murray Brantley 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Charles Nathaniel Briley 
Greenville, N. C. 



James Norment Britt 
Lumberton, N. C. 
<!>K 2 



George Rowland Brown 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
2 A E 



Lorain Balfour Brookshire Raymond Harrison Brown 
AsheviUe, N. C. Lumberton, N. C. 



James Spencer Bryant 
Durham, N. C. 
A X A 



Ralph Herbert Buffey 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
AX A 



Robert Morison Buechel, Jr. Henry King Burgwyn 
Sanford, N. C. Woodland. N. C. 

ATO 





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SDPHDMDRE cu .f 19,0 



Archie R. Burnette, Jr. 
Tarboro, N. C. 
X* 

Ralph Edwin Burnette 
Richmond, Va. 



Edward Burton 
Milton, N. C. 

Trent Busby 
Salisbury, N. C. 



David Martin Callaway 
State Road, N. C. 



Paul Jackson Callaway 
Thurmond, N. C. 



Austin Heaton Carr, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 
2 AE 

Robert Winston Carr 
Durham, N. C. 
2 AE 



William Hiner Carter 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Robert Bursley 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Drury Robert Burton 
Mebane, N. C. 



James Preston Butler 
Whiteville, N. C. 
AX A 

William Cozart Calhoun 

Augusta, Ga. 
K A 



George Franklin Cameron, 
Beaumont, Texas 

John Ambler Carpenter 
Asheville, N. C. 



Ernest Raeford Carraway 
Snow Hill, N.C. 



George Hill Carter 
Lenoir, N. C. 



Hugh Cash, Jr. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Morrison Rankin Caruthers Robert Manley Cashwel 
Graham, N. C. Ingold, N. C. 



Roy Murton Cathey, Jr. 
Paw Creek, N. C. 



John R. Chambliss, Jr. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

2 N 



Samuel Hill Clark, Jr. 
Lilesville, N. C. 



Thomas Albert Clark 
Canton, N. C. 



Wallace White Chappell 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 



Charles Langley Clark 
Greenville, N. C. 
<!• r A 



Thomas Wells Cobb 
Elm City, N. C. 
AX A 

Dudley DuBose Cocke 
Norfolk, Va. 

2 N 



Columbus Clark Cockerham Lyman Collins, Jr. 
Mountain Park, N. C. Hempstead, N. Y. 




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Gerald Cohen 

Sparta, Ga. 

TE* 



Thomas Greene Collins 
Angier, N. C. 




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Jack Lane Connelly 
Morganton, N. C. 


George Leavell Coxhead 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

2 N 


Roy Lee Connor 
Shelby, N. C. 


Itinius Atwood Craven 
Mocksville, N. C. 


Henry Foil Craver 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Bennett Rudolph Creech 
Smithfield, N. C. 


James Ralph Crawford 
North Wilkesboro, N. C. 


[oe Andrews Creel 

Dunn, N. C. 
II K A 



James Washington Crews Charles Everett Dameron 

Durh.im, N. C. Liberty, N. C. 

A T n * K 2 

Charles Dixon Cunningham Van Daniel 

Chapel Hill, N. C. Ruffin, N. C. 



Charles Lee Daniels, Jr. 
Williamston, N. C. 



Eugene Milburn Davant 
Charlotte, N. C. 
AKE 



Richard Lawrence Daughtry Henry Marsden Davis 
GoMsboro, N. C. " Fayetteville, N. C. 



Robert Lang Davis 
Farmville, N. C. 
dK E 


Danny Logan Deaver 
River Edge, N. J. 
Z X 


Louis Hector DeArmas 
Tampa, Fla. 


Goro Abdulah Deeb 
Tripoli, Syria 


Fred Dees, Jr. 
Burgaw, N. C. 


Stanley Diamond 
New York, N. Y. 


David Denby 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Theodore Dichter 
New York, N. Y. 


John Walker Diffendal 
High Point, N. C. 
A TQ 


Arthur Wilson Dixon 
Gastonia, N. C 
K A 


Graham Bennett Dimmick 
Sanford, N. C. 


Drewry Lanier Donnell, ]t 
Oak Ridge, N. C. 
K S 


Robert Jones Dunnagan 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


James Sydney Earle 
Oyster Bay, L. I. 


George Thomas Eakes 
Oxford, N. C. 


Cary Moore Early 
Aulander, N. C 




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SDPHDMDRE CL» ,f <94o 



John Allen Eddy 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Richard Langston Eddy 
Port Washington, L. I. 



Thomas Russell Edens 
Lumbertcin, N. C. 
A* 

Keith Seymour Edmister 
Lisle, N. Y. 



Dallas Nathaniel Edwards Richard Walter Edwards 

Goldsboro. N. C. Seaboard, N. C. 

Richard Pierpont Edwards Joe Bivens Efird, Jr. 

Lisle, N. Y. Charlotte, N. C. 



Richard Vaughn Ehrick 
Findlay, Ohio 


Joseph Miller Elkins 
Murphy, N.C. 


Ezra Eisenberg 
Durham, N. C. 


John Drew Elliot 

Charlotte, N. C. 


Robert Whitaker Elwell 
Camden, N. J. 


John Wesley Evans 

Charlotte, N. C. 


Lester Philip Etter 
St. Lebanon, Pa. 
T E* 


Richard Henry Farley 

Asbury Park, N. J. 
X* 


Guy Cone Farmer 
Bailey, N. C. 


Joe Andrew Felmet 
Asheville, N. C. 


Edward Garrason Farrow 
New Bern, N. C. 


William Lacy Felts 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Ben 


Marc Edward Ferrand 
Birmingham, Mich. 
X -I' 


John Alan Finn 
Carney's Point, N.J. 
A X 2 


Charles W. Feuchtenberger 
Bluefield, W. Va. 

<!> Ae 


Bernard Joseph Flatow 
Rockway Park, N. Y. 


Irvin Alfred Fleishman 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
* A 


George Anderson Footc 
Portsmouth, Va. 
K A 


Holt Elam Flynt 
Germanton, N. C. 


Edwin Clark Ford 
Shelby, N. C. 



Edmund Conger Forehand N. W. Fox, Jr. 

Edenton, N. C. Statesville. N. C. 

2 N 

Laurence Grayson Fowler Frank Leon Foy 

Rougemount, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. 




George Milton French 


Stanley Edward Fuchs 


Bluefield, W. Va. 


New Yoik City, N. Y. 




T E <^ 


Walter Thomas Frye 


Arthur Mullersbur^t; F'uller 


Stiineville, N, C. 


North Tairytown.N.Y. 


Marion Miot Fuller 


Walter Hawley Funke 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Scarsdale, N. Y. 


Joel Henry Fulton 


William Crawford Gardner 


Walnut Cove, N. C. 


Goidsboro, N. C. 


John Pope Garner 
Rockingham, N. C. 


Carney Gavin Gatta 
Asbury Park, N. J. 



William Everett Garwood William Cortell Gay 
Salem, N. J. Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Mathew Thomas Geis 
Lawrenceville, N. J. 

Robert Allen George 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 



David Osborne Gillette 
Norfolk, Va. 



Fred Bernard Gillman 
New Haven, Conn. 



Joshua Goldberg 
Norwich, Conn. 



Paul Harding Gerhardt 
Vinita, Okla. 



Robert Selwin Gersten 
Long Beach, N. Y. 



Milton Glazer 
Worcester, Mass. 
* A 

Freeman Anson Godfrey, III 
GlenRidge, N. J. 
■J-K 2 



Frank Morton Goldsmith 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 



Allan Benarria Goldenthal Herbert Wesley Gooding 
New York, N. Y. Hookerton, N. C. 



Hundley Rankin Gover 
Charlotte, N. C. 
2 A E 

Richard Franklin Green 
Morrisville, N. C. 



Alex Gregg, Jr. 
Laurinburg, N. C. 
KS 

James Sherrill Gregory 
Hays, N. C. 



Joseph Harold Greenberg 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Brooks Greenwood 
Charlotte, N. C. 

<i>r A 



Sam Thorne Gregory 
Halifax, N. C. 
KA 

John Hawkins Gribbin 
Asheville, N. C. 
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SDPHDMDRE CL.. J ,940 



Thomas Brooks Griffin 
Monroe, N. C. 
*M A 

Robert Thomas Grimes 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
2N 



Rudolph Grun 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Francis Albert Gugert, Jr. 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



George Edloe Ham 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Frank Elmer Grogan, Jr 
Reidsville, N. C. 



George Grotz, III 
Elmhurst, N. Y. 
X* 



Robert Cecil Haldeman 
Doylestown, Pa. 



Thomas Livingston Hallett 
New York, n" Y. 



Charles Rush Hamrick, Jr. 
Shelby, N. C. 



Roswell Woodrow Hamlett Oliver Paul Hamrick, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. Boiling Springs, N. C. 



Jar\'is Aubrey Hanes 


Eugene Ramsey Hardin 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Lumberton, N. C. 


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Julius Elias Hankins, Ir 


Junius Coy Hardin 


Charlotte, N. C. 


Orrum, N. C. 


Arthur Miller Harris, Jr. 


Frederick Gentry Harris 


Durham, N. C. 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


Fred Greene Harris 


Louis Smith Harris 


Lexington, N. C. 


New Haven, Conn. 




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Holstein Harvey 


Garland Carey Hayes 


Bellevue, Del. 


Hartwell, Ga. 


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Robert William Har^'ell 


George Lewis Hayes 


Mooresville, N. C. 


Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 


Charles Allen Headlee 


Harold Morse Held 


Wilkinsburg, Pa. 


New York, N.Y. 


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Thomas Vincent Heard 


Earle West Hellen 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Greenville, N. C. 


2 AE 




James Robert Helms 


Burke Herndon 


Monroe, N. C. 


Greensboro, N. C. 


Chester J. Helsabeck, Jr. 


Jesse Claude Hester 


Walnut Cove, N. C. 


Bladenboro, N. C. 







Robert Shields Hicks 
Shelby, N. C. 

nK A 

Chester Wilson Hill 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



Truman McGill Hobbs 
Selma, Ala. 
A K E 

Louis Edward Hodges 
Winst.m-Salem, N. C. 



Ciharlcs Hinds 
South Bend, Ind. 

North Smith Hinkle 
Raleigh, N. C. 

2 N 



Troy Crews Hodges 
Leakesville, N. C. 



Hugh Stanley Hole 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Ben 



Eugene Matthew Holland Harry DeWitt Hollingsworth 
China Grove, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. 



James Burwell Holland 
Statesville, N. C. 
K2 



William Kern Holoman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Corrie Vernon Holt, Jr. 
Burlington, N. C. 
K A 



Lloyd D. Hollingsworth, Jr. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Etheldred Henry Holt 
Princeton, N. C. 
AEn 

lohn Blaine Holt 
Graham, N. C. 



John Sylvester Hopkins Robert Webb Howard 

Durham, N. C. Mooresville, N. C. 
<1>K2 

Curtis William Howard, Jr. Webb Caldwell Howell, Jr. 

Kinston, N. C. Cherryville, N. C. 



Sherman Hubbard 
Thomasville, N. C 

Tom Floyd Hughes 
Durham, N. C. 



Joseph Strange Huske, Jr. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Charles Edward Hussey 
Tarboro, N. C. 



Robert Stuart Hutchison, Jr. William Stanley Hyatt 
Charlotte, N. C. Dillingham, N. C. 

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Elbert McKinley Hutton 
Hampton, Va. 

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Bickett Idol 
High Point, N. C. 
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William Braxton Ingram Arthur Winston Jacocks 

Norwood, N. C. " Norfolk, Va. 

K A 



Horace Bryan Ives 
Maribel, N. C. 



Royal Domestic Jame, Jr. 
Derita, N. C. 




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Robert Earle James 
Bethel, N. C. 

Walter Gafford James 
Wilmington, N, C. 



Lee Sack Jasper 
Jersey City, N.J. 

Glenn Hays Johnson 
Gieensborii, N. C. 



Harry Ferguson Johnson Ralph Emerson Johnson 

Ingold, N. C. Stantonsburg, N.C. 

Joseph Edward Johnson Stacy Johnson 

Wilmington, N. C. Parkersburg, N. C. 



WiUiam Stanyarne Johnson James Fremont Jones 
Franklin, N. C. Aslieville, N. C. 

IT K A 



John CHnton Johnston 
Catawissa, Pa. 



George Lyman Jordan 
Kinston, N. C. 



John Richard fordan, Jr. 
Wmtcin, N. C. 



Edward Kalin 

Hendersonville, N. C. 
T E* 

Maurice Kanter 
Passaic, N. J. 



Arthur Melville Jordan 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Edward Thornton Jurney 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Frank Ross Justice 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Harold Allan Keen 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Richard Leon Kendrick 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 
AK E 



Rowland B. Kennedy, Jr. Shoun Leonard Kerbaugh 

Raleigh, N. C. North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

n K A 

William Malcomson Keppel John Price Kerr 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Mooresville, N. C. 



Maury William Kershaw Joseph Gilbert King 

Jamaica, N. Y. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

* r A 

Gip Isaiah Kimball, Jr. Preston Randolph King 

Winston-Salem, N. C. Leesburg, Fla. 



James Russell Kirby 
Lucama, N. C. 



Hal Kohn, Jr. 
Newberry, S. C. 



William Andrew Krusen 
Zephyrhills, Fla. 

Boston McGee Lackey, Jr. 
Lenoir, N. C. 




Harry Howard Lackey, Jr. Walter Moore L.unbetli 
Newport News, Va. Cl).ii loiti.-, N. C. 

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Robert Stansbury Lambert 
Rutherford, N.J. 


Robert Lamson 
Hopewell, N. J. 

A X i: 


Robert Lee Lane 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 


Arthur H. LaRochelle, Jr. 
Chicapee Falls, Mass. 


Stephen Bruce Langfeld 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


Herman Dewey Lawson 
Kinston, N. C. 


Wallace Bruce Lea, Jr. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 


James Stanley Leary, Jr. 
Ahoskie, N. C. 


James Francis Leaming 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


Benjamin Mordecai Lee 
New York, N. Y. 


Whitlock Lees 

Asheville, N. C. 

n A* 


John Ross LeGrande 
Mebane, N. C. 


Ernest Hodges Leggett 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
K A 


Lawrence Lerner 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Manfred Paul Levey 
Trenton, N. J. 


Ralph Levy 
Nashville, Tenn. 
ZB T 


Norman Levinson 
New York, N. Y. 


Elwyn Charles Lewis 
Tomahawk, N. C. 


Wray Cleveland Lewis 
Fallston, N. C. 


Charles Loaring-Clark 
Huntsville, Ala. 

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Robert Israel Lipton 
Wilmington, N. C. 


Allan Logel 
Maplewood, N. J. 



Walter Franklin Long, III Walter Bennett Love, Jr. 
Rockingham, N. C. Monroe, N. C. 

A Tn 



William Arthur Loock, Jr. 
New Rochelle. N. Y. 



Roger Cornwell Mann 
Rye, N. Y. 

Raymond Jones Martin 
Lumberton, N. C. 
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Fletcher Culien Mann 
Pittsboro, N. C. 



"William Augustus Martin 
Smithfield, N. C. 



William T. Martin 
Raleigh, N. C. 








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Joseph Louis Marymont Preston Few Matthews 

New York, N. Y. Southern Pines, N. C. 



Leonard John Matte 
Luzerne, Pa. 


Shuford Roger Matthews 
Thomasville, N. C. 


Richard Alvis May 
Burlington, N. C. 
K2 


Fernando Mayorga 
New York, N. Y. 
A* 


Armando Mayorga 

New York, N. Y. 


Marvin R. Mendelsohn 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 
HA* 


Moyer Mendenhall, Jr. 
Thomasville, N. C. 
AS n 


George Wright Meyer 
Chapel Hill. N. C 

X^I' 


Joseph Warren Mengel 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Julian Sydney Miller 
Charlotte, N. C. 


John Minges 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 
AX A 


Robert W. Montgomery 

Montclair, N. J. 


Henry Mario Moll 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 


William W. Montgomery, III 
Radnor, Pa. 
<I>K 2 


PhiUp St. John Moore, Jr. 
Weldon, N. C. 


Edward Case Mooring 
LaGrange, N. C. 


Sewell Trezevant Moore 
Weldon, N. C. 


Samuel Fox Mordecai 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Ernest Howard Morris 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Eugene Neal Munves 
New Rochelle, N, Y. 
Z B T 


Edward A. Moynihan 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

2 N 


Cameron Murchison 
Washington, D. C. 

A Tn 


Cyrus Mack Murphy 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Nelson McAbee 
High Point, N. C. 


Claude Allen Myers 
Newton, N. C. 


Martin Craft McGilvary 
Marshville, N. C. 



Floyd Brown McCombs, Jr. Julian Hiram McDaniel 
Kannapolis, N. C. Maysville, N. C. 

John Magleen McCormick George McDermott 
Sanford, N. C. Cameron, N. C. 




152 



Kenneth Mclntyre 
Hampton, Va. 


William Louis McKinnon 
Wadesboro, N. C. 


John Jones Mclver 
Sanford, N. C. 


Lennox Polk McLendon 
Greensboro, N. C. 
2 AE 


Norman McLeod 
Sanford. N. C. 


Fred Wilder McNeil, Jr. 
Ferguson. N. C. 


Herbert Steed McNairy 
Lauiinburg, N. C. 


Cameron McRae, Jr. 
Concord, N. C. 
Z >!' 


William Collins Neely 
Wynnewood, Pa. 


Virt;il Nelson 
Oriental, N. C. 


Charles Stephen Nelson 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Burton Myron Newell 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Talmage E. Newton, Jr. 
Kinston, N. C. 
K2 


Edwin Overman Norvell 
Salisbury, N. C. 


Charles McKinney Nice 
Birmingham. Ala. 


A. G. Nowell 

Raleigh, N. C. 
X * 


Frank Vincent O'Hare 
Bronx, N. Y. 
X* 


Wilds Williamson Olive 
Raleigh. N. C. 


Robert Milton Olive, Jr. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

ATn 


John Moultrie Oliver 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
X* 


John Wilkinson-Steele Ord 
Union, N. J. 


Marvin Ostrowsky 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 


William Charles Orr, Jr. 
Bay Shore, N. Y. 
2X 


Jonas Goodman Owens 
Pinetops, N. C. 


Oscar Lindsay Owens, Jr. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
OKA 


Alvin Josef Patterson 
Hendersonville, N. C. 


Allen Clarke Patterson 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Thaddeus Claude Parham 
Marietta, N. C. 


George Paris 

Lumberton, N. C. 


Herbert William Park 

Greensboro, N. C. 


Benjamin Franklin ParK 
Raleigh, N. C. 

2 N 


Benjamin Carl Parker 
Albemarle, N. C. 


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Walter Linton Parsley 
Wilmington, N. C. 


Elbert R. Partridge, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
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Edward Dudley Partrick 
Clinton, N. C. 


Elwood Newton Pearce 
Burlington, N. C. 


David Pearlman 
Asheville, N. C. 
T E* 


George Starling Pelletier 
Maysville, N. C. 


William Pettway Jones Peete 
Warrenton, N. C. 


Hugh Hayes Perry, Jr. 
Louisburg, N. C. 


John Edward Perry 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 


James Britt Petty 
Charlotte, N. C. 


William James Peters 
Jersey City, N. J. 


Morton Irving Petuske 
Reidsville, N. C. 
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Claude Robert Pf aff 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Kenneth Pigford, Jr. 
Willard, N. C. 


Charles Speas Phillips 
Southern Pines, N. C. 


Louis Julien Poisson 
Wilmington, N. C. 

2 N 


Harold James Pope 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Robert William Powers 
Atlanta, Ga. 

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Edwin Smith Pou 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ben 


Joel Earnest Presson 
Wingate, N. C. 


William James Price 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


William Witt Putney 
Elm City, N. C. 
A X A 


William St. Clair Pugh 
Smithtield, N. C. 


Charles Gildea Pyle 
Chicago, III. 
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Hugh Pembertcn Quimby 
Columbia, S. C. 


William Hillory Rascoe 
Mebane, N. C. 


Aaron Solomon Raisin 
Charleston, S. C. 
HA* 


James Gamble Ratterree 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 


William Alec Rawls, Jr. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 


Dickson McLean Regan 
Laurinburg, N. C. 


Charles Parks Reece 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Henry Wade Reynolds, Jr. 
Gibbstown, N. J. 
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Charles Otto Rhyne 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Wert Baxter Rhyne, Jr. 
Cherryville, N. C. 
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Bernard Richter 
Mt. Gilead, N. C. 
T E <I> 

David Burton Ricks 
Hanes, N. C. 
K A 



James Benjamin Ritchie 
Southern Pines, N. C. 



John Revel Rives 
Statesville, N. C. 



Landon Haynes Roberts 
Marshall, N. C. 

Ben 



Stewart Shaw Richardson 
Macon, Ga. 
<I>AB 

Enoch Blair Rice, Jr. 
Belton, S. C. 

* Ae 



John Alexander Riely 

New York, N. Y. 



Zennie Lawrence Riggs 

Maysville, N.C. 



Charles Austin Robbins 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Wilbur Glenn Robbins 
High Point, N. C. 



John Leon Rogers 
Williamston,N. C. 
II K A 



Arthur Hamilton Rogers, Jr. John Thomas Rogers 
Society Hill, S. C. ' Durham, N. C. 



Jordan Thomas Rogers 
Hartsville, S. C. 



Max Hanson Rohn 
Baltimore, Md. 



Robert Lloyd Rose 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Raymond M. Rosenbloom 
Baltimore, Md. 
Z B T 



George Robert Rouiller 
Baltimore, Md. 

Richard Randall Roundy 
Manopla, Camaguey, Cuba 



Henry Latimer Rudolph 
Asheville, N. C. 

* Ae 

Clarence Lee Ruffin 
Tarboro, N. C, 

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Abraham Hewitt Rose 
Smithfield, N. C. 
K 2 

Albert Rose 
Durham, N. C. 
T E* 



Robert Luke Rosenbloom 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Z B T 

Joe Hall Ross 
Lillington, N. C. 



Frederick Manning Rountree 
Sunbury, N. C. 



John Lawrence Rowe 
Aberdeen, N. C. 



John William Sasser, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
z * 

Norman Lee Sasser 
Mount Olive, N. C. 








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John Baker Saunders 
Williamston.N.C. 
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Frank Edward Saylor 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Charles Glenn Sawyer 
New Bern, N. C. 


Jerome Arthur Schack 
New York, N. Y. 


Louis Jay Scheinnian 
New York, N. Y. 


James Richard Schurz 
Pennington, N. J. 


Fred Kenneth Schmidt 
Plainfield, N.J. 


William B. Schwartz, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Z BT 


Robert Franklin Sears 
Houston, Texas 
<!>A 


Murray Richard Secher 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
n A* 


Joseph Emmett Sebrell, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
KE 


William Henry Seeman 
Durham, N.C. 

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David Walter Seifert 
Weldon, N. C. 
K A 


Howard Sexton 
Grassy Creek, N. C. 


James Alfred Self 
Florence, S. C. 


Herbert David Shain 
Wilmington, N. C. 


Donald Lloyd Shanor 
Butler, Pa. 


James Kimbrough Sheek 
MocksviUe, N. C. 
X * A X 2 


James MLirdoch Shaw, Jr. 
Fort Mill, S. C. 


Rufus ShelkofT 
Greenwood, S. C. 
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Carl Sandor Sherman 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
DA* 


Llewellyn Hampton Short 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Samuel Sherman 
Bessemer City, N. C. 


Byron Columbus Shouppe 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

2 N 


Joseph Edward Shytle 
Hendersonville, N. C. 


David Silver 
Durham, N. C. 



Stephen White Siddle, Jr. Richard Emanuel Silverman 
Reidsville, N. C. Bronx, N. Y. 

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Paul Warren Simpson 
Washington, D. C. 



Bernard Israel Slavin 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 





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Ernest Frederick Skillman Charles Henry Sloan, Jr. 
Williamsburg, Va. Belmont, N. C. 

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Walter Richmond Sloan 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 


Sigmon Wayne Smathers 
Canton, N. C. 


Clifford Raymond Sloop 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Armistead Burwcll Smith, Jr. 
Gastonia, N. C. 
A T 


Edward Albert Smith 
Howorth, N. J. 

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Herman Dabney Smith, Jr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 


George Dosser Smith 
Wilson, N. C. 


Hubert Hearn Smith 
Oriental, N. C. 


John Smith 
Benson, N. C. 


Julian Lloyd Smith 
Farmville, N. C. 


John Frederick Smith 
Kinston, N. C. 


Rogers Terrell Smith 
Bowman, S. C. 


William Lester Smith 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Harry Alvin Snyder 
High Point, N. C. 



Herschell Francis Snuggs William Thomas Snypes 

Winston-Salem, N. C. " Goldsboro, N. C. 



David Thomas Sparrow 


Reynold Pollock Spence 


Aurora, N. C. 


LaGrange, N. C. 


Charles Frost Speissegger 


Williams Spicer, Jr. 


Charleston, S. C. 


Goldsboro, N. C 


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George Brower Spransy 


Rodman Spruill 


Durham, N. C. 


Oriental, N. C. 


James Joseph Spring 


Alonzo Squires 


Southern Pines, N. C. 


Kelly, N. C. 


John Rainear Stahler 


James Monroe Starke 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 


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Fred Dailey Stallings 


Richard Oates Steele 


Reidsville, N. C. 


Charlotte, N. C. 



Louis Cornelius Stephens, |r. Lawrence Harold Stern 
Dunn, N. C. ' Ashbery Park, N. J. 



Ralph Beaman Stephens 
Lumberton, N. C. 
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William Grady Stevens 
Shiloh, N. C. 

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James William Stewart, Jr. William Donald Stone 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. 



Robert Ralph Stoinoff 
Sanford, Fla. 



Arthur Clifford Stowe, Jr. 
New Haven, Conn. 



Grover Cleveland Stowe, Jr. Kent Robbins Stratford 
Gaffney, S. C. Haw River, N. C. 



Robert Strange 
Wilmington, N. C. 
2 AE 


Edwin Charles Straus 
New York, N. Y. 


Blaine Truesdell Stroupe 
Charlotte, N. C. 


William O. S. Sutherland, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 


Carl Jacob Suntheimer 
Hatboro, Pa. 


Jesse Francis Swan 
Palm Beach, Fla. 


William Jennings Swink 
Miami, Fla. 
X* 


Nelson Ferebee Taylor 
Oxford, N. C. 


Harrison M. Symmes, Jr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 


Robert Leonard Taylor 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Cornelius Dickinson Thomas Tommy Thompson 

Shallotte, N. C. Win.ston-Salem, N. C. 
2X 

John Franklin Thompson Carlton Denwood Thornton 

Atlanta, Ga, Elizabeth City, N. C. 
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James Preston Thorp 
Fries, Va. 
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Charles Walter Tillett, III 

Charlotte, N. C. 

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John Daniel Thorp 
Fries, Va. 
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Claude Augustus Tillman, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Robert Scott Tolmach 
Bethel, Conn. 


William Jefferson Tope 
Upper Darby, Pa. 


Archie Benbow Tomlinson 
North Wilkesboro, N. C. 


Robert Dulith Torrey 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
A* 


lames Spencer Truitt 
Sanford, N.C. 


Harry Tucker, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Arthur Vaughn Tucker 
Greensboro, N. C. 


John Harvey Turner 
Pink Hill, N.C. 







Remus Strother Turner 
Wilson, N. C. 


Burgess Urquhart, Jr. 

Lewiston, N. C. 
K A 


Morton Bruce Ulm.in 
KewGard°ns, N. V. 
TE* 


Robert Mannini; Vail 
Rutherford, N.'j. 
2 X 


Thomas Carroll Vail 
Pikeville, N. C. 


Bennie Vatz 
Kinstun, N. C. 


James David Van Kirk 
L.irchmont, N. Y. 
KA 


James Elliott Vawter 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


James Taylor Vernon 
Morganton, N. C. 


Morton David Vogel 
Jamaica, N. Y. 


Howard Crawford Vick 
Tarboro, N. C. 


Malcolm Russell Wadsworth 
Clarkton, N. C. 


Moses Albert Walker 
Newport, N. C. 


Peter Albert Wallenborn 
Charlottesville, Va. 


Paul William Wall 
Morganton, N. C. 


Hubert Cozart Walston 
Wilson, N. C. 


Ira Albert Ward 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 


Frederick Monroe Water: 
Hendersonville, N. C. 


William Ira Ward 
Graham, N. C. 

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Larkin Douglass Watson, III 
Barnesville, Ga. 


Robert Edward Watson 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 


Allan Wright Webb 
Harrison, N. Y. 

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Sidney Phoenix Watson 
Ahoskie, N. C. 


Wilmer Webb 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Ben 



Maximillian Gustav Weber Luther Addison Weddington 
South Orange, N. J. Concord, N. C. 

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Goley Webster 
Graham, N. C. 



Robert Conrad Werne 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 



Cameron West 
Walstonburg, N. C. 



Robert Walter Weis 
New York City, N. Y. 
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Douglas Hailing West 
Montdair, N. J. 
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Jacob West, Jr. 
Kinston, N. C, 




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Harry Frederick Weyher Frank Ridley Whitaker 

Kinston, N. C. Giildsboro, N. C. 

Z * 



John Sherard Wharton 
Goldsboro, N. C. 


Harvey O'Neal White 
Birmingham, Ala. 
AKE 


John Warner White 
Nash%'ille, Tenn. 

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Gerald Rodman Whitley 
Morehead City, N, C. 


Richard Alan White 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Ben 


Floyd Gilbert Whitney, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
<I>Ae 


Thomas Chester Wiggins 
Bartow, Fla. 


Abe Willar 

Worcester, Mass. 


Kermitt Wilkins 
Mt. Olive, N. C. 


Raymond Frederick Willeford 
Charleston, S. C. 

*Ae 


Dean Lester Williams 
Dunwoody, Ga. 
AS n 


Thomas Franklin Williams 
Landis, N. C, 


John Stuart Williams 
Winnetka, III. 


William Wright Williams, Jr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
K A 


Donald Frank Wilson 
Newark, Del. 

Ben 


Conrad Alexander Wimbish 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Stewart Leigh Wilson 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Thomas Brodie Winborne 
Raleigh, N. C. 
2 AK 


John Sidney Winstead 
Macclesfield, N. C. 


Adrian Lee Wise 
Charlotte, N. C. 


Patrick Henry Winston 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 


Joseph Maurice Wolf son 
White Plains, N. Y. 


Fred Lamar Wood 
Gibsonville, N. C. 


Thornton Woodall 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Ben 


Oscar Felton Wood 
Fayetteville, N. C. 


Arthur Lee Woods 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 


Thomas Kirkman Wrenn 
Siler City, N. C. 


Jefferson Bruce Young 
Greensboro, N. C. 
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Isaac Clark Wright 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Oscar Charles Zimmerman 
Charlotte, N. C. 
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Key: Sasser, telling how it happened. 

Cuddely-woo; Smoothie; Mail for Student Party 
stronghold; You don't say; Dunn, Carr, and un- 
suspecting victim; DKE's, as active as usual; I'se a 
Cuban; Romeo Worth, and multiple choice. 





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(y LASS OFFICERS: Thomas Henry Crudup, Presi- 
dent; Floyd Edward Cahoon, Vice-President; Henry 
Plant Osborne, Jr., Secretary; George Hockney 
Adams, Treasurer. 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 



CRUDUP, ADAMS, CAHOON, 
and OSBORNE 




Honor Council: Dan Richardson Thomason, Charles 
Hamlin Hancock, Bert Lester Bennett, Hobart Lor- 
ing McKeever, William Montague Sigler, Thomas 
Henry Crudup, Jr., Hobart Morris, Harold William 
Lloyd. 

Executive Committee: Junius Page Shamburqer, 

chairman, William Schwartz, William Montague Jr., Sylvan Hugh Meyer. 



Sigler, Herbert Barrow Turner, Edward Newton 
Phillips, George Lee Peabody, Otis Yates Poteat, 
Brockton Reynolds Lyon, Hobart Loring McKeever, 
Henry Martin Garwes, Jr., Henry Fitts, Jr., Moyer 
Pinkston Hendrix, Joseph Harold Conger, Jr., Dil- 
lard Bulluck, Jr., John Robert Bourne, Bert Lester 
Bennett, Robert Estes Whitten, Lloyd Lee Gravely, 



Dance Co»n)iittee: J. B. Webster, chairman; Charles 
Hamley Hancock, Phillip Alston Lewis, Daniel 
Howard Wolfe, Jr., Dan Richardson Thomason, John 
Baker Saunders, Herbert Horton Roundtree, Steve 
Mathew Karres, Harry Ferryman Horton, Hurst 
Bunn Hatch, Jim Huin Groome. 



Piiuince Covuiitttee: George Campbell Irvin, chair- 
man; James Smith Heyward, John Barrett Hearn, 
Malcus Sylvester Horton, Charles Mitchell Neaves, 
George Dial Perrick, William Caldwell Young, 
Lemuel Hardy Gibbons. 



HDNDR 
COUNCIL 



Pnst Row: SIGLER, THOMASON, FAIRLEY, HANCOCK 

Scc>,m/ R„ir: U.i)YD. CRl'Dl'P. POTEAT, McKEEVER, BENNETT 




FRESHMAN 



First Row — Bennett, S. M., Ash. Butler, Bodenheimer, Beck- 
ham, Arner, Cherry, P. C, Anderson, D. R., Brame, Bern- 
stein 

Second Row — Bershtein, Cherry, W. R., Bost, Bell, H. M., Brady, 
Brewer, Biel, Branson, Bulluck 

Third Rou' — Bell, R. S., Byerly, Cohn, Chandler, Capel, Baden, 
Alpert, Brown, T. P., Carroll, Austin, Barksdale 

Fourth Row — BuRVEN, Barnes, W. F., Carlton, Carden, Alperin. 

BORSKY, CUTHBERTSON, CAMPBELL, CURRIE. CrUDUP 

Fifth Row — Brood, Brooks, Bryant, Conrad, Bruton, Burkhead, 
Conner, Clark. A. W., Barrier, C. E., Block. Curl 




CI. 



an of 1940 



First Ron — Darden, Finnegan, Reator. Davis, J., LvoN, Horton, 
Davis, J. F., Damon. Dube. Dixon, R. G., Edmondson 

Second Roic — KoLOVSON, Drucker, Burgess, Davis, J. W., Jacobs, 
Goodrich, Gleicher, Hurdis, Easter, Cohencious 

Third Row — Brody, Carter. W. H., Earnhardt, Frye, Fox. Dock, 
FisKE, George, Denton, Edens 

Fourth Row — Carmel. Grindlinger, Bagby, Deli, DeWitt, Even- 
sen, Griffin, R. O., Gilbert, Bennett, T. V. 

Fifth Ron — DoBY, Edkins, Davis, J. V., Gibbons, Gravely, Fore- 
man, Hancock, Davis, A. S., Bell, Griffin, H. F., Grice, 
Graham, S. P. 




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FRESHMAN 



Pint Row — Jenkins. Goldberg. Imbrey. Griesemer, Goldstein, 
Krauss. Hutchins. Hendrix. Jones, J. F., Miller, Julian. 
Holland 

Second Row — GoFORTH. Hagood. Holzman. Hodges. Greene. 
Isenhower. Hamton. Hunter. C. B., Holliday. Hughes, 
Deans 

Third Row — Johnston, C. W., Horner. Huntley. Height, Gil- 
BRETH. Howard. Harrell 

Fourth Ron — Lackey, Hearn, Johnson, Jones, R. J., Hutton, 
Hunter, H. B., Hoke, Jones, Z. v., Landy 

Fifth Row — Karrex. King. Kyle. Kushin. Golby. Henson. Hardie. 
Hobbs. Gaylord, Jones. T. C. 




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1940 



F/n/ Row — McKaughan. Leak, McKeever, McCuen. Manley. 
Newsome, Maynor, Lester. Moser, Martin. Kelly. Lloyd 

Second Rotr- -MAGiti. Littleton. Morris. Mock. McClure. Mar- 
tin. McDarold. Miller. C. M., Marks. Moore 

Third Rolf — McFadyen. Manchester. McIver. Lippman. Neel, 
Norman. Nathan. Lilson 

Fourih Row — Lewis. R. H., Murray, Moskow. Morley, O Bryan, 
Young. Morroy. Moore. Long. Lewis. P. A., Mason 

Fijth Row — Lemmon, McCoach, McDuffie, Hammer, Liles, Mun- 
ROE, Levine, Little, McCachren 




FRESHMAN 



First Row — Page, R. N., Oehler, Post, Rosenthal, Primack, Phil- 
lips, E. N., RoTHROCK, Retchin. Patterson. Rodman. Robin- 
son. Railey 

Second Row — Craver. Piller, Page, J. H., Heyward. Phillips, 
A. C, Palioca. Payne, Poteat, Powell, Rosser, Kulczycki, 

KOSLOW 

Third Row — PiTTMAN, RivES. Rivkin. Gambill. ReQua. Peacock, 
Carter, Poythress, Kallman 

Fourth Row — Roeder, Austin, Pearson, Pethick, Pearl, Honan, 
Elmore, Folger, Penny, Pully, Robertson, Peck 




'^Ia6i of 1940 



P/r</ Rijw — Spiegel. Stammler, Wallace, Williams. S. A., Spar 
GER, Young. W. C, Weiss, Steel, G. B., Steel. W. G., Yates 
Schwartz, Svigals, Totten, Worley, Viverette 

Second Row — Tew, Usdin, Scoggin. Simpson. Stroud. Sama. Scan 
DiLos, Silverstein, Swing, Solomon, Walton, Warren, L. H. 
Taylor, H, W., Trevathan, White, W. P. 

Third Roic— WiTKiN, White, W. T., Thompson, W. R., Smith 
J. G., Sigler. Tyndall, Thomas. J. H., Smith, H. L., Wilson 
A. D., Sims. Twine. Vinokur. McLeod 

Fourth Row — Saunders. A., Saunders. J. H., Spence, Stickney 
Walker. H. O., Wooten. Barrier. E. M., Wolf. J. L., Snyder 
R. K., Snyder. B. M., Sherman, Wright, S. M. 

Fifth Row — Winchester. Smith. W. J., Townes, Spencer. Wag- 
oner, Michaels. Steed, Shrier, Warren. J. E., Privette, 
Saunders. C. L. 

Sixth Rati- — Reiss. Scarborough, Warren. A. M., Jones. R. L.. 
TuTTLE. Shelton. Taylor. J. O., Wolfe. D. H., Walker. 
J. W., Shamburger, Sorrow. Zimmerman, Herpel, Peabody 




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DL. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY: 0// 



i c e r 5 




Henry Edward Dillun 



Leon Wriitun Smith 



I HARMACY School Officers: Henry Ed- 
ward Dillon, President; Leon Wriston Smith, 
Vice-President; Leo Andrew Loreck, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Alfred Nixon Costner, Student 
Council Representative; Edward Campbell, 
Student Legislature Representative. 

Officers of fourth year class: Charles Daniel 
McFalls, President; Wilson Knowles Lewis, 
Vice-President; Hunter Liggett Kelly, Secretary; 
Lloyd Senter, Treasurer; Martin Hildred Wil- 
liams, Honor Council Representative. 

Officers of third year class: Henry Wilson 
Greene, President; Blanche Evelyn Burrus, Vice- 
President; Arthur Johnson, Secretary; Tom 
Holland, Treasurer; George Henry Windecker, 
Honor Council Representative. 



Officers of second year class: Albert McLean 
Mattocks, President; William Johnson Shef- 
field, Vice-President; Edwin Tate Sessoms, Jr., 
Secretary; Sara Ethelyn Holt, Treasurer. 

Officers of first year class: Robert Louis Irwin, 
President; Edgar Crawford Howard, Vice- 
President; Sara Adolpha Summerlain, Secretary; 
John Tannery Henley, Treasurer; John Samuel 
Williford, Honor Council Representative. 

The school year, 1939-1940, has been one of 
crowning success for the School of Pharmacy. 
During this period, its forty-third year of opera- 
tion, many factors of advancement have come. 
The largest enrollment in the history of the 
school has been recorded. A full time instructor 
has been added to the faculty, and the various 
organizations of the school have had an unusu- 
ally active year. The orientation program for the 



first year students closed with a picnic for the whole school. 
In April, the annual dances and banquet were held and in 
May, the pharmaceutical trip to Detroit was taken to visit 
Parke, Davis and Company. 

Rho Chi with the tapping of seven new members has com- 
pleted one of its most successful years. Dean Andrew G. Du 
Mez of the University of Maryland and President of the 
American Pharmaceutical Association spoke to the whole 
student body during spring quarter. Immediately following 
his address, a "Rho Chi Mixer" was held for the student 
body of the school. 

Kappa Epsilon Society, an organization composed of women 
students in pharmacy, was founded in the spring of 19.38. In 
January of this year the organization climaxed almost two 
years' activity on the campus by being installed into Kappa 
Epsilon national pharmaceutical sorority. 

In the fall of 1936 the Student Branch of the North Carolina 
Pharmaceutical Association was founded. It brings to the 
campus outstanding representatives of the pharmaceutical 
profession and gives each student an opportunity to discuss 
problems that arise in pharmacy. The purpose of this organ- 
ization is to stimulate student thinking along pharmaceutical 
lines. 




LOREK 


COSTNER 


CAMPBELL 


BURKS 


McFALLS, C. D. 


GREENE 


MATTOCKS 


IRWIN 


HOLDEN 


McNEAL 





PHARMACY 



Anna Dean Burks 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
K E PX 



Altaj 



ane Holden 
Bunnell, Fla. 

X n A K r 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, i) : Orientation 
Cliairman (4); President Rho Clii (4); President Kappa Epsilon 
(3): Vice-President N.C.P.A. (3): Treasurer Alplia Kappa 
Gamma (4). 



Edward Graham Campbell, Jr. 
Lucama, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Student Legislature (4); Honor 
Council (3) ; Interdorniitory Council (2) ; Varsity Baseball (2) ; 
N.C.P.A. 



Hunter Liggett Kelly 
Apex, N. C. 
■!> AX 
Candidate for B.S. Degree; Class Treasurer (4); N.C.P.A. 



Alfred Nixon Costner 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

K^ PX 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; Band (1, 2, 3); Student Council 
(4); President Class (2); Vice-President Cla.ss (1); Vice- 
President Rho Chi (I): N.C.P.A. 



Allen Alexander Lloyd 

HiUsboro, N. C. 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



Henry Edward Dillon 

Elkin, N. C. 

K ^I' PX 

Candidate for B.S. Degree; President Pharmacy School (4): 
Interdorniitory Council (4); Honor Council (1); University 
Dance Committee (1); y.M.C..\. (1, 3, 4); Dormitory President; 
N.C.P.A. 



Leo Andrew Lorek 
Castle Hayne, N. C. 



Secretary -Treasurer 



Phil Graddy 
Marshville, N. C. 
K •i' 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 

Charles Daniel McFalls 

Newton, N. C. 
Candidate for B.S. Degree; President Class (4); N.C.P.A. 



SENIORS 



Samuel Woodrow McFalls 
Newton, N. C. 



Thomas Reid Rand, Jr. 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Candidate for B.S. Degree. 



John Albert McNeill 

Whiteville, N. C. 

Candidate for B.S. DfRree; University Dance Committee ( t) ; 
Varsity Wrestlinp; (3. I); Secretary-Treasurer Class (1). 

Lloyd Morgan Senter 

Carrboro, N. C. 
Can<lidate for B.S. Degree. 



Solon Minton 
Warsaw, N. C. 
K ^I' 
Cancliilate for H.S. Degrt 

Leon Wriston Smith 
Kannapulis, N. C. 



e: Vice-1'resiilent I'Iimi 



esse Miller Pike 
Concord, N. C. 
AXA 



Candidate for B.S. Degree; Interfraternity Council (4); Class 
Executive Committee (2. 4): Vice-President Class (2); Uni- 
versity Dance Committee (S, 4); N.C.P..\., Treasurer (3). 



Mac W. Stevens 

Broadway, N. C. 
Candidate fur B.S. Degree. 



Donald Alton Plemmons 

Asheville, N. C. 
Candidate for B.S. Degree: Vice-President Class (3); N.C.P..\. 



Elizabeth Milton Weaver 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Martin Hildred Williams 

Lexington, N. C. 
Candidate for B.S. Degree; Honor Council (4). 




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* JUNIDR 



William Walton Allgood 
Roxboro, N. C. 
II K A 



John Waller Smallwood Biggs 
Washington, N. C. 
'I' AX 

Blanche Evelyn Burrus 
Canton, N. C. 
X9. K E 



George Edward Clark 

Pittsburo, N. C. 



Jack Alexander Creech 
Salemburg, N. C. 



Sherwood McDonald Edwards 
Ayden, N. C. 



Claudia Josephine Eldridge 
Carrboro, N. C. 

Ralph Emerson Foster 
Leaksville, N. C. 



Raymond Leslie Fox 
Danville, Va. 



Sunius Claude Fox 
Randleman, N. C. 
<I> A X 



Edwin Rudolph Fuller 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Henry Wilson Greene 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 



Joe Edward Hamlet 
Hollister, N. C. 
K M- 



Julius Scruggs HarriU, Jr. 
Forest City, N. C. 



Thomas Marshall Holland 
Mount Holly, N. C. 



George Graham Inman 
Fairmont, N. C. 

Dwayne Alton Irwin 
Sparta, N. C. 
K >I' 



Arthur Richardson Johnson 
Kerr, N. C. 



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Ray Alexander Kiser 
I.incolnton, N. C. 



Wilson Knowles Lewis 
Mount Olive, N. C. 



Margaret Thomas Lloyd 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



A. L. McLean 

Fuquay Springs, N. C. 
K* 

William Kendell Minnick 
Wyndale, Va. 
K A 

Calvin Sneid Oakley 
Mebane, N. C. 

James Edward Perry, Jr. 
Franklin, N. C. 
X<t> 

John Milton Pickard 
Durham, N. C. 



George Edwin Royall, Jr. 
Elkin, N. C. 
>I> AX 



Bernard C. Sheffield, Jr. 
Warsaw, N. C. 
K -I' 

Edwin H. Smith, Jr. 
Weldon, N. C. 
K ^I' 



Jessie Lee Smith 
Rubbinsville, N. C. 
K E 



Rose Pittman Stacy 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Pinkney Lawson Trotter, Jr. 
Pilot Mountain, N. C. 

Hamilton Polk Underwood, Jr. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
A T U 



Julian Carter Watkins 
Emporia, Va, 
KM' 



Bryan Henry Whitford 
Washington, N. C. 
* AX 



George Henry Windecker 
Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

Latane Patter Wright 
ChapelHill, N. C. 



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Class of 1942 



J OSEPH WILLIAM AUSBURN, AsheviUe, 
N. C; William Thomas Boone, Jackson, N. C; 
Michael Lawson Borders, Shelby, N. C. ; Balfour 
Brookshire, AsheviUe, N. C; John Paul Burnett, 
Whitakers, N. C; John Trammel Church, 
Salisbury, N. C; Halycone Belle Collier, Ashe- 
viUe, N. C; Kenneth Lee Dingier, MooresviUe, 
N. C; Constance DuBose, Roseboro, N. C; 
Hubert Lanier Flynn, Fayetteville, N. C; Franf 
Arthur Greene, Suffern, N. Y.; Julius Harrill, 
Forest City, N. C; Burke M. Herndon, Greens- 
boro, N. C. ; Sara Ethelyn Holt, Princeton, N. C. ; 
Rowland Hill Johnson, Fuquay Springs, N. C. ; 
Alfred Henderson King, Durham, N. C; 
Joseph Gilbert King, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Ber- 
nard Otis Lockhart, Saltville, Va. 

John Webster McAdams, Burlington, N. C; 



Dan Grier McCrimmon, Hemp, N. C; David 
Foy McGowan, Swans Quarters, N. C; Leona 
Erastus McKnight, Jr., Fayetteville, N. C; Otto 
Stevens Matthews, Roseboro, N. C; Albert M. 
Mattocks, Greensboro, N. C; Harry Holmes 
Mizelle, Newport, N. C; Gershon Leonard 
Rubin, Kinston, N. C; Joe Terrell Russell, 
Canton, N. C; Herbert Palmer Scoggin, Louis- 
burgh, N. C; Edwin Tate Sessoms, Roseboro, 
N. C; William Johnson Sheffield, Nattock, 
Mass.; Foster Joel Simmons, Conover, N. C; 
Harry Cleveland Tee, Harrington, Del.; John 
Arthur Terrell, Chapel Hill, N. C; John W. 
Thornton, Dunn, N. C; James D. Williams, 
Gate City, Va. ; Sherrod Newberry Wood, En- 
field, N. C; Samuel Nathan Dulin, Elizabeth 
City, N. C. 



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PL 

11 ARRY HAMPTON ALLEN, Mary Ruth 
Aycock, Alan Belmarsh, Stroud Otis Brewer, 
Grady Harold Britt, Grover Byers, Oida Louise 
Campbell, John Hampton Carswell, Ranson 
Fred Carswell, William Addison Cavin, Vir- 
ginia Lois Clark, Robert Lee Cordell, Adolphus 
Augustus Drake, Walter Draughon, Albert 
Wilbur Glass, Margaret Virginia Groves, John 
Tannery Henloy, William Herbert Hollowell, 
Robert Louis Irwin, BiUie Waugh Johnson, 
James Henry Johnson, Albert Willoughby 



CiaJJ of 1943 



Jowdy, Banks Dayton Kerr, Eric Frederich 
Kreidt, Robert Sidnol Lamar, Harold Boykin 
Lamb, Rafael L. Loubriel, John Cameron Mc- 
Donald, Hobart Alton Morris, Vivian Ruth 
Roberson, John Harrington Rosser, Robert 
Brown Rothey, S. Thaxter Sain, Stuart McGuire 
Sessoms, Joseph Carson Southern, Jesse Souther- 
land Stewart, Sara Adolpha Summerlin, Paul 
Edwin Tart, William Melvin Ward, Harold 
Craig Warren, Jefferson Davis Whitehead, 
Pauliene Fames, Edgar Crawford Howard. 



First Row — Sessoms, McGowan, King, Thorton, Dingler, McAdams, Collier. Simmons. 
Second Row — Harrell. Brookshire. Reuben. Terrell, Tee. Church. Greene. 

Third Row — MaTHEWS, WILLIAMS, AUSBORN. RuSSELL. MaTTOCKS. 

Fourth Row — ScoGGiNs, Fox, Sheffield. 




First Row — RossER, Irwin, Aycock, Karr, Roberson, Carvin, Britt, Kridt. 

Second Row — Brewer, Clark, Tart, Williamson. Henly. Groves. Draughon. Drake. 

Third Row — Carswell. Southern. Allen. March. Stewart, Johnson. Sessoms. 

Fourth Row — Lamb. Howard. Williford. Joudv. Cordell. Ward. 

Fifth Row — Boone, Summerlin. Johnson, Lockhart. Whitehead. Johnson, Lubriel. 

Sixth Row — Carswell, MacDonald. Glass, Lamar. 

Seventh Row — Holloway, Flynn, Sain, Rothey. 



Sckooi of LAW 




LAW SCHDDL OFFICERS 

=S^_^AW School Association: William Wesley 
Speii;ht, President ; Herman Robinson Clark, 
Vice-President; Arthur Owen Cooke, Secretary- 
Treasurer; and William Pope Lyon, Student 
Council Representative. 

'Third Year Cla^s: Marshall V. Yount, Presi- 
dent; lulian K. Warren, Vice-President; Mar- 
garet C. Johnson, Secretary ; and Elizabeth W. 
Shewmake, Treasurer. 

Second Year Class: Thomas Porcher Ravenel, 
President; Dan Whitley, Vice-President; Leon 
Roebuck, Jr., Secretary; and William Allen 
Cobb, Treasurer. 

First Year Class: Henry Lee Harkey, President; 
Fred W. Bateman, Vice-President; Clifford Ed- 
ney Pace, Secretary; and Charles Edwin Hins- 
dale, Treasurer. 



WILLIAM WESLEY SPEIGHT 



WILLIAM POPE LYON 



LAW SCHDDL 

First Year Class: William Anderson Allen, Jr., 
David H. Armstrong, Fred W. Bateman, Albert 
Mitchell Britt, Phyllis Jane Campbell, William 
Blount Campbell, Corbett Carlton Cannon, 
Enser William Cole, Piatt Walker Davis, Ar- 
thur Pritchard Greene, Vonno Lamar Gudger, 
Jr., Henry Lee Harkey, James Raymond Har- 
ward, Jr., Gilbert Clarendon Hine, Charles 
Edwin Hinsdale, Frank Petty Holton, Logan 
Douglas Howell, William Vinton Hoyle, 
Charlton Ellerbe Huntley, Harvey A. Jonas, 
Jim McMurray Joyner, Milton Julian, Philip 
Dalton Kennedy, Jr., Howard Maillard Kiss, 
James George Lamont, Thomas Williams Mason 



Long, Jr., William Thomas Mallison, Hunter 
Marshall, Woodrow Matheny, James Virgil 
Morgan, L. Dwight Morgan, Clifford Edney 
Pace, Marion Arendell Parrott, James Wardlaw 
Perrin, Jr., Henry Hyman Philips, Jos. Bunn 
Ramsey, Jr., Guy Gilbert Ritchie, Thomas Rus- 
sell Roper, George Claiborne Royall, Jr., Terry 
Sanford, Edward Harding Seawell, William 
Dennie Spry, John Wesley Unstead, III, Peter 
Kjellesvig-Waering, Hugh McLean Wilson, 
and John Kenyon Wilson. 

Second Year Class: James Pou Bailey, Paul 
Kermit Barnwell, George Samuel Beatty, Jr., 
Henry Clay Blair, Henry Blalock, Joseph Blount 
Cheshire, William Allen Cobb, William Mc- 



Fiia Rote — CouGHENOUR. Miss HoBBS. Shew- 
make. COAN. 
Second Row — Speight. Clark. Miss Johnson, 

Robertson. 
Thiril Rote — Fuller. Spears. Sims. Brogden, 

Johnson. Russ. 

Fourth Rote — AvERY. Dalton, McRae, Har- 

KiNS. Miller. Grimes. 




Ulniuer6itu or yjortk L^ a r o i I 



n a 





HEMAN ROBINSON CLARK 

Whorter Cochrane, William Owen Cooke 
Lewis Belton Doggett, James Kye Dorset! 
Charles Zimri Falls. Wayne Alexander Fon 
vielle, Jr., Harry Ganderson, Don Gilliam 
Alexander H. Graham, Junius Daniel Grimes 
Jr., Curtis Dula Hawkins, Francis Dewey Hey 
ward, Lewis Sneed High, Samuel Richardson 
Leager, Virginia Emerson Lewis, Robert Jones 
Lovill, Jr., Philip Edward Lucas, Neill Hector 
McGeachy, Robert Craig Mclnnes, William 
Ellis Meehan, Bertha Moore Merrill, William 
S. Mitchell, Thomas Gracey Morgan, William 
R. Morris, Frederick Mortimer Parrish, III, 
Frank Neville Patterson, Jr., Thomas Porcher 
Ravenel, George B. Riddle, Jr., Leon Roebuck, 



First Row — Spry. Waering. Lamount. Mor- 
gan. Huntley, Pace. Ganderson. Coch- 
rane. Barnwell. Whitley. Morgan. 

WooTEN. Lucas. 
Second Row — Harkey. Miss Merrill. Miss 
Campbell. Cole. Methany. Ramsey. Hoyle. 
Blair, Roebuck. Fonvielle. Bailey. Haw- 
kins. Parrott. 
Third Row — Perrin, McGeachy. Hine. 
Roper, Jonas. Julian. Wheatley. Sutton. 
Winters. Blalock. Howell. Umstead, Mee- 
han. Sanford. Riddle. Gudger. 
Fourth Row — Holton. Heyward, Walker. 
Seasell. Philips. Winslow. Hinsdale. 
Leager. Morgan. Ravenel. Cobb. Mallison. 

Winborne. 

Fifth Row — Davis, Cheshire. Mitchell, 

Dorsett. Beatty. High. Kiss. J o y n e r . 

Greene. Bateman, Armstrong. Marshall. 

Kennedy. 



YOUNT 

RAVENEL 
HARKEY 



Jr., Fred I. Sutton, Jr., Hal Hammer Walker, 
Robert Wilson Wells, Claud Roberson Wheatly, 
Jr., Dan P. Whitley, Vaughn Sharp Winborne, 
Julian Dallas Winslow, Jerome Lester Winters, 
Frank Marion Wooten, Jr. 

Third Year Clan : Isaac Thomas Avery, Jr., 
Harvey James Boney, Jr., Willis James Brog- 
den, Jr., Herman Robinson Clark, James Wig- 
gins Coan, Arthur Owen Cooke, William 
Chambers Coughenour, Jr., William Lunsford 
Crew, Lacy Augusta Dalton, Williamson 
Whitehead Fuller, Alexander McGowin Gover, 
Herschel Springfield Harkins, Claude Elton 
Hobbs, John Griffith Johnson, Margaret C. 
Johnson, William Pope Lyon, Harry McMullan, 
Jr., John Albert McRae, Jr., Frank Thomas 
Miller, Jr., William Thomas Minor, Jr., For- 
rest Ivey Robertson, D. P. Russ, Jr., Elizabeth 
Warren Shewmake, Nathaniel Graves Sims, 
John Wesley Spears, George Spencer Steele, Jr., 
George Lewis Young, and Marshall V. Yount. 




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179 




MEDICINE 



0, 



VERNON LILES ANDREWS 



JOHN BORDEN GRAHAM 



TFICERS of the Whitehead Medical 
Society: Vernon Liles Andrews, President; 
French Howell McCain, Vice-President; 
John Borden Graham, Secretary-Treasurer; 
H. Lee Large, Jr., Student Council Repre- 
sentative. 

Officers of the First Year Class: Robert 
Franklin Keadle, President; Miss Jane 
Dupuy, Vice-President; Jack Hughes, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the Second Year Class: Abe B. 
Conger, Jr., President; Harry Haynes 
Baird, Vice-President; John Lester Ranson, 
Jr., Secretary-Treasurer. 

Second Year Class: Vernon Liles Andrews, 
Harry Haynes Baird, Howard Brownlow Barn- 
well, Phil Louis Barringer, Robert Sheiton 
Beam, Charles William Beaven, Robert Lee 
Brickhouse, Fred Richard Cochrane, Jr., Abe 



Conger, Jr., Miss Sybil Corbett, Sidney 
Gardner Dyer, John Palmer Elliott, John 
Borden Graham, Henry Calvin Guynes, 
Samuel Westbrook Hatcher, Walter Car- 
rington Hilderman, Joseph William Kahn, 
Robert Edward Kirschman, H. Lee Large, 
Jr., Miss Ruth Caroline Leonard, Stephen 
Henry Mazur, French Howell McCain, 
Hugh Howard McFadyen, Lawrence Ed- 
ward Metcalf, Seymour Moskowitz, Rich- 
ard Loomis Oliver, Samuel Lester Parker, 



Jr., George Branch Patrick, Jr., Miss Ella 
Louise Payne, George David Pleasants, 
David Lowry Pressly, William Thomas 
Raby, John Lester Ranson, Jr., Meyer 
Harvey Rolnick, Jacob Meyers Saposnik, 
Dr. Albert John Sheldon, John Henry 
Early Woltz, Samuel Wright. 

First Year Class: Marcus Lafayette Ader- 
holdt, Jr.. Robert Wesley Coleman, 
Lawrence Franklin Cruze, Alvis Barnes 



First Roir — Pleasants, Payne. Oliver, Ran- 
son. Graham, Barringer, Guynes, Dyer, 

Dr. McNider, Dr. Pliske, Dr. Kyker. 
Second Row — Dr. Holman, Parker, Patrick, 
Andrews, Dr. Donnelly, Crockett, El- 
liott, Leonard, Dr. Andrews. Dr. Ferrell. 
TA/W Roiv — Dr. McPherson, Woltz, Brick- 
house. Mazur, Rolnick. Kirschman, 
Wright, Dr. George, Dr, Lowe. Dr. Mil- 
ler. 
Foiirili Row — Dr. Bullitt, Beam, Hatcher, 
Pressley, Baird. Moskowitz. Barnwell. 

Cochrane, McCain, Dr. Brunner. 

F/fitj Rote — Saposnik. L.\rge, Raby. Kahn, 

Beaven, McFadyen, Conger, Hildeman. 




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Dickson, Miss Jane Dupuy, Even Alex- 
ander Erwin, Jr., Gus Forbes, Jr., Miss 
Lois Frayser, Hillard Gold, Robert McCue 
Hall, Willard Chappell Hewitt, Thomas 
Hall Holmes, III, John Decator Hoyle, 
Jack Hughes, William Romulus Jenkins, 
Robert Franklin Keadle, Robert Rogers 
King, Jr., James Wilton McLean, Miss 
Julia Virginia Miles, Thomas Jerome 
Myers, Frank Miller Nifong, Asa R. Par- 



FirH Row — Miss Frayser, Miss Miles, Miss 
Phipps, Miss Sidbury, Forbes, Dr. McNider 

Jenkins, Aderholdt, Williamson. 
Second Row — Taylor, Shure, Rodman, Par 
HAM. Dickson, Tranbough, Dr. Pliske, Dr 

George, Dr. Kyker. 

Third Row — CoLEMAN. Gold. Stroup, King 

Watkins, Wolfe, Nifong, Dr. Andrews. 

Fourth Row — HoYLE, Hall, Ridenhour, Er 

WIN, Keadle, Wheeler, Miss Dupuy, Dr 

Lowe. 

Fijtb Roll — Yelton, Pittman, Pressley. 

Cruze, Meyers, Hewitt, Tunick, Riggsbee, 

Rose. Holmes. 



LARGE 
CONGER 
WOLTZ 



ham, Miss Jean Lui Phipps, Raymond 
Lupton Pittman, Claude Low*ry Pressly, 
Charles Edward Ridenhour, John Bunyan 
Riggsbee, Clark Rodman, Lester William 
Rose, Jr., Robert Guthrie Rosser, Jr., 
Alvin Shure, Miss Julia Rowena Sidbury, 
Foyell Smith, Matthew Alfred Stroup, Jr., 
James Alexander Taylor, Robert Tran- 
bough, Frederick Lionel Tunick, Carlton 
Bunter Watkins, Raymond M. Wheeler, 
Oliver Wayne Williamson, Carl Bagley 
Wolfe, Ernest Yelton. 




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THE UNIVERSITY CLUB 




SHUFORD, (,Kl BBS, and MORRISON 



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(JfFICERS: Reddy Grubbs, President; Wil- 
liam Shuford, Secretary; David Morrison, 
Treasurer. 

MEMBERS 

Fraternity Alembers: George Simpson, James 
Garland, Jack Cooper, Archie Mcintosh, Perrin 
Quarles, Hamilton Jones, Thomas Hayes, Noel 
Woodhouse, Roger Hitchens, Ed Hoffman, C. 
B. Phillips, Rodney Snow, Robert Rutter, Wil- 
liam Tate Conley, James Schleifer, Bill Broad- 
foot, Tom Edwards, Bill Bruner, Henry Kamins, 
Bob Newman, Tom Hackney. 

Doniiitory Aieii/bers: Elbert Hutton, Hughes 
Roberts, Charles Sink, Ben Heath, Bill Shuford, 
Bonner Thomasson, Louis Gaylord, Steve For- 
rest, Dave Morrison, Joe Welborn, Paul King, 
Joe Zaytoun, Don Bishop, Paul Harper, Ott 






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UNIVERSITY CLUB 



Burton, Reddy Grubbs, Sam Teague, Gates 
Kimball, Jimmy Howard, George Jenkins, Bill 
Allen. 

Coed Members: Mickey Warren, Helen-Ann 
Jacobs, Jean Mclndoe, Louise Jordan, Sara Mc- 
Lean, Mary Ann Clinard, Alice Murdock, Mary 
Jane Yeatman. 



The University Club, an undergraduate group on the campus and, as a result of 

organization, is composed of a junior-class having direct contact with almost every 

representative from each men's dormitory undergraduate, does much toward better- 

and fraternity and a senior-class represent- ing intra-school relations. Members are jl. . 

ative from each girls' dormitory and soror- elected to the club to serve for a period of 

ity. This is easily the most representative only one year. 





The club may be classified as a service organization since, through the co- 
operation of each member, it strives to carry out any activities for the admin- 
istration, the student organizations, the alumni, and other projects that will 
be of benefit to the University. 

The motto of the club — For the University — is self-explanatory of the 
purposes of the club. Through its close connection with the Athletic Associ- 
ation, the club seeks to promote and to maintain enthusiasm and a high 
spirit of sportsmanship in all University events and contests by the sponsor- 
ship of pep rallies and mass meetings. In cooperation with the General 
Alumni Office, the club attempts, through radio programs, high school con- 
ferences and the like, to maintain alumni interest and to arouse the interest 
of prospective students. 




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Officers of the h/terdoriiiitory Council: Jack Vincent, President; 
Herbert Hardy, Vice-President; Phil Ellis, Secretary; Stancil 
Stroud, Treasurer. 

Council of Dormitory Presidents: Jack Vincent, President; Al 
Stewart, Graham; Bob Farris, H; Billy Winstead, Manly; George 
Nicholson, BVP; Dave Morrison, Aycock; Bob Barber, Old East; 
Phil Ellis, Grimes; Mitchell Britt, Everett; Elwood Dunn, Lewis; 
Olen Easter, Steele; Herbert Hardy, Mangum; Henry Dillon, Ruf- 
fin; Ed Rankin, Old West; Ott Burton, K. 



COUNCIL OF 
PRESIDENTS 



First Roiv: Dillon, Hardy, El- 
lis, Burton, Rankin, Farris. 
Stroud, and Vincent 

Second Row: E.\STERN. Barber. 
Stewart, Nicholson, Britt, 
Dunn, and Winstead 




MEMBERS OF THE INTERDORMITORY 
COUNCIL 

Graham: Al Stewart, Leonard Lobred, Hershell 
Snuggs, Sylvan Meyer, James Russel, Rodman Spruill. 

"H" : Bob Farris, Marshall Karesh, Bill Pearson, 
Charles Elliott, Al Rose, Harry HoUingsworth. 

Manly: Billy Winstead, Paul McGinty, Vincent 
Arey, Henry Hood, Winford Norman, Tom Crock- 
ett, Grady Stone. 



BKP.- George Nicholson, Alan Grimes, Bill Lank- 
ford, Richard Aiken, Sol Fligel, Arthur Fuller. 

Aycock: Dave Morrison, William Dye, Ed York, 
Hal Pope, Mickey Wagner, Dick Eddy. 

Old East: Bob Barber, Lamar Gudger, Vaughan 
Winborne, Ike Grainger, Bob Corpening, John Dor- 

sey. 

Grimes: Phil Ellis, Bill Shuford, Jack Connelly, Al- 



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bert Branca, George Webster, Holt Allen, T. W. 
Ellis. 

Everett: Mitchell Britt, George Frisby, Delmar 
Pryor, George Miles, Joe Neely, Curtiss Hunter. 

Lewis: Elwood Dunn, Jack Towell, Ellis Meehan, 
Roy Ingram, Royce Jannings, Harold Jannings. 

Steele: Olen Easter, Ben Heath, Coleman Finkel, 
Walter Sheffield, Arthur Gill, Ralph Burnett. 

Mdiigui)/: Herbert Hardy, Rom Brafford, Steve For- 



rest, Bernard Nordan, Frank Holeman, Preston Nis- 
bet, Acton Keats. 

Rujfui: Henry Dillon, Shelton Dugger, Edward 
Briggs, Bill Stewart, Bert Williams, Cameron West, 
Ed Taylor. 

Old West: Ed Rankin, Roy Parker, Luther Hodges, 
John Apple. 

"A."'.- Ott Burton, Red Saunders, Clark Totherow, 
Bob Stoinoff, Charles Putzel, George Badalas. 



INTERDDRMITDRY 
COUNCIL 




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DAY at Graham Memorial, slightly stretched, looks some- 
thing like this: The morning has been quiet, but at noon the 
building is shocked into life by the first rush of would-be eaters 
to the Grill. Ping-pong balls and billiard cues begin a steady click- 
click that will last into the late evening. 

Lunch is followed by the uproar on the second floor of the publica- 
tions staffs getting underway. An occasional committee meeting in 
one of the banquet hall sections may precede a 4:30 session of the 
C.P.U., called to consider chairman Gatton's schedule of speakers. 
Downstairs, students and faculty from the department of Political 
Science forget their formal relationships and get together over tea 
and cakes. 



HOBBS, HUNTLEY, JACKSON 
and BARNETT 




Immediately following supper, some forty to fifty 
students listen informally for an hour in the main 
lounge to recorded music of Beethoven and Tschai- 
kowsky. Shortly afterward, the Lounge is turned into 
either a meeting room for a speaker brought by the 
Carolina Arts Group to consider a movie and panel 
discussion on the European War, or a stage for the 
presentation of an Amateur Night program. 

In the meantime several meetings are being held 
upstairs. The Cosmopolitan Club has finished a ses- 
sion in the Grail Room in time to allow the Order of 



the Grail itself to use the room for the planning of 
its next dance. The Inter-Dormitory Council has used 
two sections of the banquet hall for an extended busi- 
ness session while the International Relations Club, 
meeting in the third section, has discussed the re- 
newal of the trade pact with Japan. 

The Student Council is the last group to leave, hav- 
ing held an unusually late meeting this evening in the 
Student Government headquarters on the second 
floor. 



In this manner the building faciUties of the Student 
Union are put to good use. The program and physical 
plant of Graham Memorial are designed to enable 
students to enjoy and to receive benefit from the use 
of their leisure time. Programs are planned with a 
view to meeting the varied interests of students and 
to filling needs not being met by independent organ- 
izations in fields of entertainment, recreation and in- 
formal education. Sunday afternoon concerts, foot- 
ball clinics, visual education in socio-political prob- 
lems, vocational information series, receptions, variety 
entertainments, student-faculty departmental socials, 
amateur contests and community sings represent fea- 
tures sponsored by the Union. 

Both the Union program and building are under the 
control and direction of students. Policy is decided by 
a Board of Directors composed of ex-officio students 



and administrative officers, while program is carried 
out by student chairmen. As a coordinating force in 
extra-curricular life, and as an experience in student 
self-directed activity, the Graham Memorial Union 
supplements the educational program of the Uni- 
versity in a significant manner. 

Board of Directors: James Davis, Chairman; Mel- 
ville Corbett, Women's Association; Bennett Hunter, 
Senior Class; Gates Kimball, Junior Class; Bill Alex- 
ander, Sophomore Class; Stewart Ficklen, Inter- 
Fraternity Council; Jack Vincent, Inter-Dormitory 
Council; Martin Harmon, Daily Tar Heel; Francis 
F. Bradshaw, Dean of Students; Fred Weaver, Assist- 
ant to Dean of Students; R. B. House, Dean of Ad- 
ministration; William McKee, Y.M.C.A. Secretary; 
Charles Wood, Hold-Over Member; Robert Magill, 
Director. 



BOARD DF DIRECTORS 




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Y. M. C. A. 



JUNIOR-SENIOR CABINET 1939-40 

J OHN HARE BONNER, JR., President; Charles 
Putzel, Vice-President; Sydenham Alexander, Secre- 
tary; Thomas Stanback, Treasurer, 




JOHN BONNER, McKEE, McKEEVER, ALEX BONNER 




JLTS'IOR-SENIGR CABINET 



MEMBERS 

Sydenham Alexander, DeWitt Barnett, Garland 
Bell, Herman Boemanns, John Bonner, Roy Clark, 
Phil Carlton, Robert Carroll, Kingsley Elder, Jack 
Fairley, Lee Gilchrist, William Gordon, Carrington 
Gretter, William Grover, Roderick Hallum, Thomas 
Keys, Arthur Link, Otho Linker, Ed Maner, Charles 
Putzel, Perrin Quarries, Edward Rankin, Michael 
Roberts, Ben Roebuck, Alex Sessoms, David Sessoms, 
Webb Stacy, Thomas Stanback, Norman Stockton, 
Arnold Swain, Edgar Sweeney, Samuel Teague, 
Frank Turner, Jack Vincent, Joseph Zaytoun. 



SOPHOMORE CABINET 1939-40 

Alexander Conoley Bonner, President; Arthur Wil- 
son Dixon, Vice-President; William St. Clair Pugh, 
Secretary; Fred Lee Broad, Jr., Treasurer; Dr. Don- 
ald Stewart, Advisor. 

MEMBERS 

Bennet Rudolph Creech, William Everett Garwood, 
Rudolf Grun, George Edloe Ham, George Hayes, 
Jr., William Dern Holoman, Etheldred Henry Holt, 
Joseph Strange Huske, Jr,, William Braxton Ingram, 
George Jordan, Richard Leon Kendrick, Boston Mc- 



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FRESHMAN FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL 



Gee Lackey, Walter Bennett Love, Raymond Jones 
Martin, William T. Martin, Roger Matthews, Her- 
bert Steed McNairy, Moyer Mendenhall, Jr., Sewell 
Trezevant Moore, Ernest Howard Morris, Cameron 
Murchison, John Moultrie Oliver, William Pettway, 
Jones Peete, Charles Speas Phillips, Louis Julian 
Poisson, Jr., Robert William Powers, Hugh Pember- 
ton Quimby, Dickson McLean Regan, Wert Baxter 
Rhyne, Jordan Thomas Rogers, Charles Glenn Saw- 
yer, Harrison Symmes, Jr., John Robert Van Hecke, 
Peter Ambrose Wallenborn, Thomas 
Franklin Williams, Stewart Leigh Wilson. 

OFFICERS OF THE FRESHMAN 
FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL, 1939-40 

Hobart McKeever, President; Carlyle 
Mangum, Vice-President; Sam Williams, 
Treasurer; Richard Berry, Secretary. 

MEMBERS 
Ed Austin, Dave Bailey, Holley Mack 
Bell, Richard Bell, Ritchie Bell, Richard 
Berry, Robert Brooks, Guy Byerly, Carter 
Broad, Ross Craver, Don Currie, Elton Ed- 
wards, Richard Edkins, Edwin Easter, 
David Fiske, Edward Hobbs, Hunt Hobbs, 
Douglas Horner, Larry Hutton, Bucky 



Harward, Charles Johnston, Rupert Jernigan, Sinclair 
Jacobs, Gamewell Lemmon, Orrin Magill, Carlyle 
Mangum, Sylvan Meyer, Audrey Moore, Hobart 
McKeever, Sim Nathan, Henry Newsome, Fagg 
Nowlan, Richard Pethick, Bob Page, Jack Page, 
Stephen PiUer, Frank Robinson, Bill Stanback, Dick 
Strauss, Parke Staley, Bob Saunders, Dill Simpson, 
Warren G. Steel, Peyton Townes, William Thomas, 
Jesse Trevathan, Bradley Wyrick, Allan Weisberg, 
Preston White, Sam Williams, Earl Yates. 



SOPHOMORE CABINET 




Y. W. C. A. 

± HE Christian Association offers participation in an 
inter-collegiate, inter-racial, inter-denominational, inter- 
national fellowship whose primary function is to dis- 
cover through study and action the values inherent in 
religion and to make them effective in all human rela- 
tionships. 




LOUISE JORDAN 




Lejt to Right: LouiSE Jordan. PresiJevt. S.ara Bowles. Wadine Love. Polly Pollock. Dot Coble. Jean Rankin. Ruth Robeson, 
Martha Clampett. and Julia McConnell. 



This year, in accord with the trend in the Student Chris- 
tian Movement throughout the country, the program as 
well as the social activities of the YMCA and YWCA 
have been more closely coordinated through an execu- 
tive committee of the two associations and joint com- 
missions on the various program emphases. 

The YWCA was established at Carolina in 1936 at the 
request of the women students, and upon the initiative 
of the local chapter of Alpha Kappa Gamma, honorary 
leadership fraternity for women. Membership in the 
YWCA is open to all women students who accept its 
purpose. 



Officer!: LouiSE JORDAN, PresiJen/: RuTH CuRTIS ROBE- 
SON. Vice-President; Sarah McLean. SecreUtry: Mary 
Jane Yeatman, Treasurer. 

Cabinet: Ruth Ashburn. Elizabeth Bowles, Martha 
Clampitt. Dot Coble, Tillie Edwards. Charlotte 
FiTz. Wade Dean Love, Altajane Holden. Sue 
Klaber. Julia McConnell. Frances Sparks. Bobby 
WiNTON, Polly Pollock. Secretarial Adviser, and 
Mrs. Walter Spearman. Chairman of Advisory 
Board. 



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Left to Right — Seated: Warshaw, Schwartz, Newman, Tenenblatt. Miller, and Richter 

Stjnding: Meyerowitz, Kantor, Moskowitz, Schochet. Sigal, Goldberg. Wallach, and Kantrowitz 



THE HILLEL FDUNDATIDN 







FFICERS: Rabbi Samuel Sandmel, Director; Wil- 
liam Tenenblatt, President; Horace Richter, Vice- 
President; Lucille Miller, Recording Secretary; 
Naomi Newman, Corresponding Secretary. 

Cabinet Members: Irving Fleishman, Josh Goldberg, 
Maurice Kantor, Edward Kantrowitz, Irving Meyero- 
witz, Lucille Miller, Seymour Moskowitz, Naomi 
Newman, Horace Richter, Sidney Schochet, William 
Schwartz, Irvin Sigal, William Tenenblatt, Seymour 
Tick, Paul Wallach, Harold Warshaw, Eddie Zuck- 
erman. 

The Hillel Foundation was organized at the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina in 1936 under the sponsorship 
of the B'nai Brith Lodge. The Foundation aims to 
improve the lives and broaden the interests of the 
Jewish students on the University of North Carolina 
campus by providing religious and cultural services. 
Religious services are held in both Orthodox and 
Reform rituals. Opportunity is afforded interested 
students to engage in discussions of Jewish problems 
and the study of Hebrew and of Jewish history. The 



Foundation also offers a medium of cooperating with 
other religious and campus groups. 

All organizational activities of the Foundation are 
carried out by the Cabinet which includes representa- 
tives of the men's and women's dormitories, the 
Jewish fraternities, and the town students. 

Schochet. Rabbi Sandmel, Miller, and Richter 




MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

Officers: Frank L. Turner, President; Harry Lasker, 
Vice-President; Sam Jo Smitii, Business Manager; Ray- 
mond Brown, Librarian; John E. Toms, Director. 




TURNER LASKHR 

SMITH BROWN TOMS 



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rini Row: John E. Toms. Director, Raymond Martin, 
Harry Hoffman, Thomas Baden. Lynn Bernhart, 
Edgar C. Sweeney, Arthur Jansen. Frank Turner, 
Harry Lasker, Charles Palioca. 

Second Row: Roger Anderson, Thomas F. Williams, 
George Deyo, Pat Winston, Jack Wharton, 
George Jordan, Troy Dixon. Sam J. Smith, Ralph 
Bowman, P. C. Purvis. 

Third Row: David Gillette, Joseph Wolfson, James 
Earle, Thomas Holt, Brooks Griffin, Robert 
Stephenson, William Mann, Arthur Link, Ed- 
w.-\RD M. Rollins. Harvey White. Thomas Snypes. 



Fouylh Ron: Wn.i.n.M Rfagan. William Mehaffey, 
Herman Smith, Jr., John F. Smith, Hurst Hatch, 
Roger Mathews, Julian McDaniel. Charles Phil- 
lips. Larry Dale, Joseph Pelmet. 




WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



WOMAN'S GLEE CLUB 



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HE WOMAN'S GLEE CLUB is a purely volun- 
tary group composed of those interested in singing. 
There are no try-outs or requirements for member- 
ship in the organization other than a very meager 
knowledge of music and musicianship and a willing- 
ness to attend rehearsals regularly. This year the 
group gave two concerts in conjunction with the 
University Men's Glee Club and the Chapel Hill 
Community Choral Club. The first of these was a 
concert of Back Contatas at Christmas time and the 
other of the Mozart Requiem at Commencement 
time. In the spring the organization under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Toms gave a concert of classical and 
semi-classical numbers alone. 

Anne Bates, Mary Jean Bronson (President), Elea- 
nore Brown, Eloise Brown ("Vice-President), Genie 
Loaring Clark, Marjorie Davis, Sarah Fore, Mary 
Marshall Frye, Frances Gibson, Cynthia Jane Hempe, 



Ernestine Hobgood, Betty Kennison (Secretary- 
Treasurer), Carolyn Lambeth, Frances Lee, "Wade 
Dean Love, Sarah McLean, Sarah Sawyer, Frances 
Walton, Bea Wolf. 















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Ba>id Officers: President, Robert Simmons; 
Vice-President, Phil Walker; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Hubert Henderson; Business 
Manager, Norman Stockton; Assistant 
Bus. Mgr., Edward Keator; Librarian, 
Bruce Young; Asst. Librarian, Robert 
Reid; Drum Major, Mark Altvater; Di- 
rector, Earl Slocum; Editor of Band Notes 
and Publicity, Robert Weis. 



1st Roti'.- Mark Altvater, Drum 
Major and Oboe, Greensboro, N. 
C. ; Curry Jones, Flute and Piccolo, 
Enka, N. C. ; Boston Lackey, Flute 
and Piccolo, Lenoir, N. C. ; Tom 
Wiggins, Snare Drum, Bartos, Flor- 
ida ; David Bershtein, Snare Drum, 
Manden, Conn. ; Ralph Buffey, Snare 
Drum, Elizabeth, N. J.; John Sat- 
terfield, Cymbals, Danville, Va. ; 
Leroy Shuping, Bass Drum, Greens- 
boro, N. C. ; Hurst Hatch, Snare 
Drum, Raleigh, N. C. ; John Mc- 
Donald, Snare Daim, Durham, N. 
C. ; Bruce Young, Snare Drum, 
Greensboro, N. C. 

2iiiJ Rou': Joseph Blickman, Clar- 
inet, New York City; Charles 
Moore, Clarinet, Forest City, N. C. ; 
Lynn Bernhardt, Clarinet, Lenoir, 
N. C. ; Bruce Snyder, Clarinet, Char- 
lotte, N. C. ; Robert Hicks, Clarinet, 
Charlotte, N. C. ; Trent Busby, 
Clarinet, Salisbury, N. C. ; James 
Corey, Clarinet, Rocky Mount, N. 
C. ; George Stammler, Clarinet, 
Summit, N. J. ; James Johnson, 
Clarinet, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; 
David Arner, Clarinet, Wilson, N. 
C. ; Wade Jordan, Clarinet, Smith- 
field. N. C. 

5rd Row: Walter Love, Clarinet, 
Monroe, N. C. ; Joe Leak, Clarinet, 



Greensboro, N. C. ; Peter Simone, 
Clarinet, Elizabeth, N. J.; John 
Matte, Clarinet, Luzerne, Pa. ; Willis 
Carpenter, Clarinet, Durham, N. C. ; 
Bill Stewart, Clarinet, Winston- 
Salem, N. C ; John Saunders, Clar- 
inet, Williamston, N. C. ; Thomas 
Baden, Clarinet, Washington, D. 
C. ; Henry Williams, Clarinet, Lees- 
burg, Fla. ; George Shipp, Clarinet, 
Newton, N. C. ; Conrad Schrimpe, 
Clarinet and Oboe, Woodbrid^e, 
N.J. 

4/h Row: Oscar Zimmerman, Tenor 
Sax, Charlotte, N. C. ; Paul King, 
Tenor Sax and Bassoon, Greens- 
boro, N. C. ; AUam Goldenthal, 
Tenor Sax and Clarinet, New York 
City; Roger Anderson, Tenor Sax, 
Westfield, N. J.; Maylon Baker, 
Tenor Sax, Ahoskie, N. C. ; William 
Herpel, Alto Sax, West Palm Beach, 
Fla. ; James Sandilos, Alto Sax, 
Ambler, Pa. ; Morton Turteltaub, 
Alto Sax, Brooklyn, N. Y ; Arnold 
Capps, Alto Sax, Rocky Mount, N. 
C. ; Bernie Aleskovsky, Alto Sax, 
Spring Valley, N. Y. ; Dwight Price, 
Alto Sax and Horn, Clinton, N. C. ; 
Raymond Martin, Glockenspiel, 
Lumberton, N. C. 

'^fb Row: Gip Isaiah Kimball, Cor- 
net, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Charles 



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Palioca, Cornet, Marlboro, 
Mass. ; Henry Marrow, Cor- 
net, Smithfield, N. C; Wilbur 
Spruill, Cornet, Plymouth, N. 
C. ; Leon Foy, Cornet, Gas- 
tonia, N. C. ; Everette Charles, 
Cornet, Winston-Salem, N. 
C. ; David Totten, Cornet, 
Beckley, W. Va.; James 
Helms, Cornet, Monroe, N. 
C. ; James Allran, Cornet, 
Cherryville, N. C. ; Boyce 
Marrow, Cornet, Gastonia, N. 
C. ; Clarence Ruffin, Cornet, 
Tarboro, N. C. ; Ear! Morgan, 
Cornet, Badin, N. C. 

6th Row: Hubert Henderson, 
Cornet, Chase City, Va. ; War- 



ren Simpson, Cornet, Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; Robert Weis, 
Cornet, New York City ; James 
Farr, Cornet, Charlotte, N. C. ; 
Carlyle Willis, Cornet, Rocky 
Mount, N. C. ; Charles Young, 
Cornet, Connelly Springs, N. 
C. ; Harry Lewis, French Horn, 
ProctorviUe, N. C. ; William 
Moore, French Horn, Lenoir, 
N. C. ; Hampton Shumping, 
French Horn, Greensboro, N. 
C. ; Arthur Sweet, French 
Horn, Spencer, N. C. 

7th Row: Robert Simmons, 
Trombone, Greensboro, N. 
C. ; John Latham, Trombone, 
Greensboro, N. C. ; Paul 



Gerhardt, Trombone, Vinita, 
Okla. ; Langdon Montgomery, 
Trombone, Winston-Salem, N. 
C. ; Fred Wood, Trombone, 
Monroe, N. C. ; Chester Hill, 
Trombone, Ahoskie, N. C. ; 
Robert Reed, Trombone, 
Spencer, W. Va. ; Brooks 
Griffin, Trombone, Monroe, 
N. C; Billy Woodson, Bari- 
tone, Salisbury, N. C. ; Philip 
Walker, Baritone, Winston- 
Salem, N. C. ; Harry Martin, 
Baritone, Lenoir, N. C. 

8th Row: Wade Conrad, Bari- 
tone Sax, Salisbury, N. C. ; 
Jack Wharton, Bass Horn, 
Goldsboro, N. C. ; Francis 
Fatell, Bass Horn, Bronx, N. 



Y. ; Don Wilson, Bass Horn, 
Fort Pierce, Fla. ; Harvey 
Jonas, Bass Horn, Lincolnton, 
N. C. ; Joe Nixon, Bass Horn, 
Lincolnton, N. C. ; Edward 
Council, Bass Horn, More- 
head City, N. C; Ernest Hill, 
Bass Horn, Spindale, N. C. 

Metnbers Not ht the Picture: 
Frank Green, Baritone, Suf- 
fern, N. Y. ; Emmett Brown, 
Flute and Piccolo, Charlotte, 
N. C; Donald Goidfarb, Bass 
Horn, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Nor- 
man Stockton, Business Man- 
ager, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; 
Edward Keator, Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager, San Antonio, 
Texas. 



SIMMONS 

WALKER 

HENDERSON 

STOCKTON 

KEATOR 




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SHEFFIELD IRWIN 

^V^jAPPA PSI Pharmaceutical fraternity 
was tounded at the Medical College of Vir- 
ginia on December 15, 1879. The organiza- 
tion was the first Greek-letter society estab- 
lished in the colleges of Pharmacy in the 
United States. It is the one and only strictly 
Pharmaceutical fraternity which limits its 
chapters to colleges of Pharmacy holding 



membership in the American Association of 
colleges of Pharmacy. 

This, the Beta Xi chapter, was established at 
the University of North Carolina in 1915, 
embodying the following Charter members: 
Dean J. G. Beard, R. A. McDuffie, E. D. 
Kyser, R. H. Andrews, J. L. Henderson, W. 
W. Allen, F. J. Andrews, N. L. Beach, F. N. 
Patterson, R. H. Mann, G. G. Blackwelder. 

Kappa Psi, since its origin, has sought to at- 
tain the highest ideals in the profession of 
Pharmacy, and surrounds its members in an 
atmosphere of companionship, congeniality, 
and integrity. 

OFFICERS OF KAPPA PSI 
Bernard Sheffield, Jr., Regent; Julian Carter 
Watkins, Vice-Regent; Dwayne Alton Irwin, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Professor M. L. Jacobs, 
Faculty Adviser. 

MEMBERS 
Thomas Boone, Alfred Costner, Henry Dil- 
lon, Phil Gaddy, Joe Edward Hamlet, Dwayne 
Alton Irwin, Solon Scott Minton, A. L. Mc- 
Lean, Bernard Sheffield, Jr., Edwin Harrison 
Smith, Jr., Julian Carter Watkins, J. D. Wil- 
liams. 

PLEDGES 
Joseph Ausburn, Grady Britt, Walter Draugh- 
an, Henry Green, John Henly, Louis Irwin, 
Bernard Lockhart, John McDonald, Harry 
Mizelle. 



JACOBS 




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± H£ International Fraternity of 
Delta Sigma Pi, professional com- 
merce fraternity, was founded at 
New York University in 1907. 
Since 1907 it has grown to a fra- 
ternity numbering sixty chapters. 

The Alpha Lambda Chapter was 
founded on the campus of the 
University of North Carolina in 1925 for the 
purpose of fostering the study of business in 
universities, encouraging scholarship, congeni- 
ality, and integrity among the students of 
commerce. 

The main efforts have been toward bringing the 
campus speakers from the business world, 
movies of industrial production, and a place- 
ment bureau for commerce and economics 

graduates. 

officers: Timmas Heath, Chancellor; Thomas Crockett, 
Headmaster; Archie Fountain, Senior Warden; Ben Heath, 
Junior Warden; James Williams, Treasurer; John Brame 
Harris, Scribe. 



Members: Norman Agnew, Henry 
Akers, William Burns, Thomas 
Crockett, John Dorsey, James 
Ellison, Ellis Fields, Stuart Fick- 
len, Edwin Ford, Archie Fountain, 
William Gilliam, Edward God- 
win, John Brame Harris, Ben 
Heath, Thomas Heath, Etheldred 
Holt, Harry Hoffman, Ira How- 
ard, Bennett Hunter, Melvin Go- 
forth, Harold Keith, Wellington 
Lewis, Roger Matthews, Moyer 
Mendenhall, William Ogburn, 
Ned Ritchie, William Sasser, 
Lewis Sasser, Thomas Stanback, 
Robert Sweatt, Harold Vick, Dean 
Williams, James Williams. Wal- 
ter Wagner, Lawson Turner, 
Frank Stearns. 

Pledges: Phil Carlton, James Dar- 
den, Paul King, William McKin- 
non, Evander Nance, Thomas 
Nordan. 




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PHI ASSEMBLY 






OFFICERS DF THE PHI ASSEMBLY 



J' all 



Fall Quarter: Joseph Green 
Dawson, Speaker; Robert Sloan, 
Speaker Pro-Tempore; Marian 
Igo, Reading Clerk; Leo Kar- 
peles, Sergeant- at- Arms ; Rob- 
ert Farris, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Arthur Clark, Assistant Treas- 
urer; Robert Sloan, Chairman; 
Phil Ellis, Josephine Martin, 
Mitchell Britt, Ways and Means 
Committee. 



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Winter Quarter: Phil Ellis, 
Speaker; Hassell Thigpen, 
Speaker Pro-Tempore; Jean 
Littell, Reading Clerk; James 
Pittman, Sergeant-at-Arms ; 
Robert Farris, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Arthur Clark, Assistant 
Treasurer; Hassell Thigpen, 
Chairman; William Singletary, 
Lewis Waller, Shirley Hobbs, 
Ways and Means Committee. 



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spring Quarter: Marian Igo, 
Speaker; Robert Sloan, Speaker 
Pro-Tempore; William Ward, 
Sergeant-at-Arms; Elaine Marsh, 
Reading Clerk; Lewis Waller, 
Ott Burton, Charles Barker, 
Ways and Means Committee; 
Arthur Clark, Assistant Treas- 
urer; Robert Farris, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



J. HERE once was a time 
when t h e Philanthropic- 
Assembly was a part of the 
student government of the 
University. Now, the func- 
tions of the Phi have 
ceased to be of govern- 
ment and have become 
concerned with expression 
of student opinions. It 
seems fitting that one of 
the oldest literary societies 
in the country should up- 
hold this function, and 
during the past year, the 
Phi has done well. Its pres- 
tige, once tottering, is on 
the way up. Its vigor is no 
longer latent. The Phi 
will, as during the past 
year, be a powerful stu- 
dent voice. 




MEMBERS OF PHI 
ASSEMBLY 

Ruth Ashburn, Jose- 
phine Austin, Ottwav Bur- 
ton, Charles Barker, Fai- 
son Barnes, Samuel Belk, 
Garland Bell, Thomas 
Bell, Leonard Biel, Isham 
Britt, Erdene Bowman, 
Harry Bryant, Patty Bry- 
ant, Cale Burgess, Walton 
Burkheimer, William 
Burns, Arthur Clark, Vir- 



ginia Gates, James Garter, 
Philip Garden, Joseph 
Dawson, James Dumbell, 
Elton Edwards, Harvey El- 
liot, Phil Ellis, James Elli- 
son, Alonzo Folger, Rob- 
ert Farris, Frances Gibson, 
B a b s Goodrich, Joseph 
Greenberg, Howard 
Guion, James Heyward, 
Shirley Hobbs, Vernon 
Harward, Horace Ives, 
Marian I g o , Rosemary 



Johnson, William John- 
son, Howard Kahn, Susan 
K 1 a b e r , Leo Karpoles, 
Gamewell Leramon, Dav- 
id Lee, Jean Littell, Grov- 
er McClure, Stuart Mc- 
Coach, Herbert McNairy, 
Alfred Mann, A 1 a i n e 
Marsh, Mariana Milner, 
Aubrey Moore, Bernard 
Nordan, Jeter Pritchard, 
James Pittman, Jane Rum- 
sey, James Seymore, Wil- 



liam Singletary, Louise 
Stiefelmeyer, Gene Smith, 
Edouard Stelling, David 
Silver, Robert Sloan, Dan 
Stout, Frederick Swindal, 
Edgar Sweeney, Hassel 
Thigpen, Leslie Tomlin- 
son, John Thomas, Charles 
Tucker, Elizabeth Warren, 
William Ward, Henry 
Williams, Robert Wright, 
Lewis Waller, Zoellen 
Young. 




DI SENATE 









OFFICERS DF DIALECTIC SENATE 



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Fall Quarter: Charles Putzel, Jr., 
President; Edward Kantrowitz, Presi- 
dent Pro-Tern; Elbert Hutton, Jr., 
Clerk; Carrington Gretter, Jr., Critic; 
Arthur Link, Treasurer; James Perrin 
Quarries, Jr., Sergeant-at-Arms. 



Winter Quarter: John Carroll Bus- 
by, President; Mary Newton Lewis, 
President Pro-Tern; Lewis James Wil- 
liams, Clerk; Truman McGill Hobbs, 
Critic; Arthur Link, Treasurer; Frank- 
lin Williams, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



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spring Quarter: John Bonner, Pres- 
ident; Mary Lewis, President Pro-Tem; 
Elbert Hutton, Critic; Louis Poisson, 
Clerk; Manfred Levey, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. 



MEMBERS 

Tillman Austin, Edward Austin, 
Wesley Bagby, Bryce Beard, Alex Bon- 
ner, John Bonner, Chauncey Broom, 
Mary Rice Brogan, John Busby, Trent 
Busby, Phil Carlton, Halley Chandler, 
Max Childers, Trudy Darden, Edgar 
Dameron, Diana Foote, Arthur Fos- 
ter, Carrington Gretter, Edward Hobbs, 
Truman Hobbs, Elbert Hutton, Sinclair 
Jacobs, Edward Kantrowitz, Maury 
Kirschall, Walter Kleeman, Manred 
Levey, Norman Levinson, Mary Lewis, 
Arthur Link, Orrin McGill, Randall 
McLeod, Robert McNaughton, Dan 
Martin, Jesse Mock, Henry Osborne, 
Robert Page, William Peete, Georgiana 
Pentlarge, Louis Poisson, Dorothy 
Pratt, Charles Putzel, Edmund Pin- 
cofTs, Perrin Quarries, Stephen Reiss, 
Thomas Rogers, Al Rose, Nolan Ryan, 
Billie Smith, Pauline Smith, Park Sta- 
ley, William Stanback, Thomas Vance, 
Peter Wallenhorn, William Ward, 
Lewis Williams, Frank Williams, War- 
ren Winklestein, Charles Woodson, 
Earl Yates, Edward York, Robert 
Woodward. 

WRITEUP 
The Dialectic Senate holds the 
unique position of being the oldest or- 
ganization on the campus of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, having been 
organized June 3, 1795. For a contin- 
uous period since 1795 the "Di" has 




offered training in democratic parlia- 
mentary law, Dialecticism, and public 
speaking. 

Dialecticism — the training of minds 
in constructive, logical reasoning — as 
defined recently by Senator Busby is 
one of the important functions of the 
Senate. It offers to any individual the 
privilege of expressing himself clearly 
and logically on its floor. 

But the "Di" believes that it should 
be of service to the people at large and 



consequently it has sponsored weekly 
forums such as "The Town Hall Meet- 
ing of the Air," panel discussions, etc. 
The Senate is looking forward to a 
well balanced program of work — bal- 
anced on the one hand by training its 
members in public speaking and life 
and on the other by offering to the 
campus and public its services and 
good will. 

The social life of the Senate is not 
neglected, the "Di" sponsoring inter- 
mittently socials and an annual dance. 




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DEBATE CDUNCIL 




OLSEN, DAWSON, McKIE, ELLIS, WOODHOUSE, KLEEMAN 



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HE University's Debate Council is organized to 
promote forensic activity on the Carolina campus. In 
such a role it has entered several fields on the campus. 

In its most important work, that of debating proper, 
it has followed its usual policy of debating both on 
and off the campus. Here the squad has debated 
Williams College, Princeton University, William and 
Mary College, Dartmouth College, and George 
Washington University, among others. 
The team of four men which the University sent 
north this year debated Randolph-Macon College, 
the University of Maryland, the University of Penn- 
sylvania, Boston University, and American University, 
in addition to return debates with William and Mary 
and George Washington. 



It has been the policy of the Debate Council to hold 
non-decision debates, believing that a more reason- 
able discussion of the topic will result. In the debate 
with two men from Oxford University, England, a 
panel discussion of the Isolation question was pre- 
sented, as a variation of this technique. 

Another policy of the council has been to have men 
debating questions according to their beliefs. In other 
words, an attempt is made to eliminate the sophistry 
which would result from debating against one's be- 
liefs. 

In addition to its debating work proper, the Council 
has fostered other types of speech activity on the 
campus. During the year it has contributed to the 



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work of the Carolina Political Union, the Interna- 
tional Relations Club and Conference, and also to 
Graham Memorial. 

Student Members: Walter Kleeman, President; Wil- 
liam Cochrane, Executive Secretary; Phil Ellis, Joe 
Dawson. 

Faculty Members: W. A. Olsen, George McKie, E. J. 
Woodhouse. 




DEBATE SQUAD 






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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUH 







FFICERS: Walter Kleeman, President; Manfred 
Levey, Treasurer; Mary Lewis, Secretary. 

Mfii/bers: Roy Asch, Warren Bernstein, Hallie 
Chandler, Martha Clampitt, Lyman Collins, Joseph 
Dawson, Elton Edwards, June Epstein, Dexter Free- 
man, Morton Golby, Thomas Hallett, Rod Hallum, 
Warren Harrelston, Louis Harris, Bettie Harward, 
Charles Lerche, Wellington Lewis, Roger Mann, 
Polly Pollock, Dorothy Pratt, Bernard Richter, 
Shelley Rolfe, Noland Ryan, William Shore, Ed- 
ouard Stelling, Jr., Paul Wallach, Frances Walton, 
Alice Wells, John Hampton. 

The International Relations Club was formed in 
1938 as the result of a merger of several organiza- 
tions of roughly the same character, the Foreign 
Policy League, the League of Nations Council, and 
the Carolina League for International Cooperation. 
This was a temporary combination, which proved 
successful enough to make it a permanent one. 

The work of the club has been largely to present 
speakers and programs of various types designed to 
acquaint the student with international affairs, while 
making sure that all subjects are given an in.ipartial 
presentation insofar as possible. 



During the past two years, the IRC has produced 
four series of radio programs, two round table dis- 
cussions of international affairs, and it has also 
sponsored two series entitled, "The International 
Scene" and "Straws in the Wind", both commentaries 
on current events in the foreign field. 

During 1940 the Chapel Hill club played host to 
about 500 delegates from 125 colleges at the South- 
eastern Regional International Relations Conference. 
This was the most important part of the year's work. 




CAROLINA POLITICAL 



UNION 



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HE Carolina PolitiLal Union is an organization 
of twenty-six students who bring speakers of various 
political creeds to the campus to present different 
viewpoints on questions of current interest. The 
Union itself is a non-partisan group although it in- 
cludes within its ranks members of all major political 
parties. 





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MOORE, JOSLIN, GATTON, AND GRA'i 




CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION 



During the past school year the Union brought to 
Chapel Hill a number of outstanding politicalleaders. 
Included on its programs were Senators Robert Taft 
and Styles Bridges, both candidates for the Re- 
publican presidential nomination; Senator Burton 
Wheeler and Mr. Paul V. McNutt, candidates for 
the Democratic nomination; Mr. Norman Thomas, 
Socialist presidential candidate; Senator Robert R. 
Reynolds, and the North Carolina gubernatorial 
candidates. 

The officers of the Union elected last spring are 
Harry Gatton, Chairman; Townsend Moore, Vice- 
Chairman; James Gray, Secretary; William Joslin, 
Treasurer. In the winter quarter the Union secured 
an office in Caldwell Hall where the valuable records 
and files of the Union can be kept. During the year 
Chairman Gatton and other members of the Union 



made several trips up to Washington and to other 
cities to secure speakers. 

The members of the Political Union are Mary Ames, 
Ted Blount, Eloise Brown, Phyllis Campbell, Roy 
Clark, William Cochrane, James Davis, Arthur 
Dixon, Stuart Ficklen, Harry Gatton, James Gray, 
Betty Harward, Hamilton Jones, William Joslin, 
Edward Kantrowitz, James McAden, Lennox McLen- 
don, Townsend Moore, David Murchison, Pat Pat- 
terson, Horace Richter, Norman Stockton, Ferebee 
Taylor, Charles Tillett, Lee Wiggins, Kenan Wil- 
liams, and Dr. E. J. Woodhouse, Faculty Advisor. 

Faculty Members are: Frank Porter Graham, Francis 
F. Bradshaw, M. S. Breckenridge, Lee M. Brooks, 
W. E. Caldwell, Dudley DeWitt Carroll, Harry F. 
Comer, E. E. Ericson, George AL McKie, W. A. 
Olsen, J. Maryon Saunders, Howard K. Beale, Louis 
O. Kattsoff. 




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I'FlCEIiS: Allen Green, Editor; Hu^h Foss, 
Associate Editor; Henry Moll, Art Editor; Virginia 
Kibler, Make-Up Editor; Margaret Eades, Exchange 
Editor; Ernest King, Jr., Business Manager; Marshall 
Karesh, Assistant Business Manager; Larry Ferling, 
Circulation Manager. 

Editorial Board: Dave Malone, Lee Wiggins, Simons 
Roof, Adrian Spies. 

Art Staff : Edgar Thorne, Bob Koch, Paul Quinn. 

Ads and Collection: Bill Allen, Mickey Warren, Bill 
Schwartz, Tilly Edwards. 

Contributors: Dewitt Barnett, Dorothy Bonnell, Mary 
Louise Boylston, Paul Caveness, John Alan Greedy, 
Caroline Crum, Phil Ellis, Charles Farrell, Dexter 
Freeman, Richard Goldsmith, Richard Gonder, Frank 
Porter Graham, TeCoah Harner, Bettie Harward, 
Kiffin Hayes, Frank Holeman, Lawrence Hooper, Joe 
Horrell, Glen Hutchinson, Gibson Jackson, Louis 
Kattsoff, Irwin Katz, Craig McClure, Mary Johnson 
MacMiUan, Bob Mai;ill, Ann Marshall, Edward 




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Megson, Richard Nickson, Mary Louise Pettis, 
Frances Poole, Edward Post, Fred Roberts, Shelley 
Rolfe, Cecil Sanford, Phillip Schinhan, Wieder 
Sievers, Raymond Staples, Sanford Stein, Frank 
Taylor, Ralph Tolar, Stephen Waff, Morton Vogel. 
College editors are notoriously optimistic. Disdaining 
to lean to the ultra literary or to the extreme socio- 
logical, we ha\'e attempted to create from the mate- 
rial at hand the very paragon of all unattainables, 
namely a liberal, "well-balanced" CAROLINA 
MAGAZINE. 



CAROLINA 

— * MAGAZINE 



In this the sixty-ninth year of its existence, the MAGAZINE 
probably did not reach the campus-wide popularity enjoyed 
by other student pubHcations, despite an abortive effort to 
bring it out of the dormitory stores. Which is only reason- 
able. Amateur humor appeals to a wider audience than 
amateur literature. 

The MAGAZINE is first and foremost a medium for the 
expression of student creative work in fiction, art, and 
poetry, as well as serving as a journal of student opinion. 
As such, its audience is by no means restricted. The CARO- 
LINA MAGAZINE has, and will continue to have and to 
occupy an essential place in student extra-curricular affairs 
on the campus. 






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'FFICERS: Bill Stauber, Editor-in-Chief ; Mack 
Hobson, Associate Editor; Bert Premo, Business 
Manager; Harry Jones, Business Assistant. 

Editorial Staff: Bill Seeman, Cartoons; G. B. Lamm, 
Photography; Henry Moll, Art; Helen Plyler, 
Skipper Bowles, Fashion; Elbert Hutton, Music; 
Courtland Dawson, Exchange. 

Art: Gene Witten, Hight Moore, Charles Colby, 
Bobby Koch. 

Fiction: Sanford Stein, Norman Levinson, Jak Arm- 
strong, Simons Roof, St. Clair Pugh. 

Photography: Ike Bynum, Sam Wallace, Pou Bailey. 

Business Staff : Larry FerUng, Circulations; Jo Martin, 
Secretary; Francis Johnson, Joe Holman, Collections; 
Dorothy Coble, Coeds; Bob Marshburn, Local; 
>;orman Stockton, Foreign. 

Coed Staff : Mary Winslow, Grace Gilbert, Marjorie 
Burrus, Ernestine Noe, Mary Clinard, Jane Rumsey, 
Virginia Cates. 




Local : John Da\is, Ho\\ard Cohn, Arty Fischer, Irvin 
Ebel, Steve Langfeld. 

Foreign: Allen Logel, Bernard Nordan, Bill Young. 

"Sweet sixteen and never been kissed." Created in 
1924, the Carolina BLICCANEER has grown to be 
a reckless publication. Through the years, it had 
experienced all the attention afforded a growing 
child; it had been humored, petted, coaxed, and 
spoiled. Yet, it continued to have its own way. 



CAROLINA 

— * BUCCANEER 



Thus, with the beginning of its sixteenth year, the Editor 
and the stati, unaware of the upheaval in store, set out to 
add to the lusty reputation of the publication. In this, we 
proved more than successful in that the November issue 
was condemned, and four thousand copies burned. It was 
not until then that the BUCCANEER realized it was no 
longer a child. At last, it had received its first kiss. 

Thus, the Editor adopted a new policy. More stress was 
placed on the pictorial element. Cartoons and stories were 
more carefully selected. Standardization of the cover gave 
the magazine a modernistic touch. The new policy was to- 
wards the sophisticated snicker rather than the lusty belly 
laugh. 

If the transition has been toward a better magazine, then 
we do not regret "The Sacrifices We Made". 



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ENSATIONAL editorially, more conservative on 
the front page, the 1939-40 Daily Tar Heel has been 
little like the paper of the previous year. Very few 
issues have contained three streamer headlines. 

The previous administration under Allen Merrill 
prided itself as "liberal". But his definition of liberal 
was carefully weighing both sides of an issue. We 
take pride in calling ourselves "liberal" again, but the 
meaning has changed. Viewing the world and all its 
parts as a struggle between the haves and the have- 
nots, we have taken the side of the have-nots, who 
usually lean toward the left and are more willing to 
accept change. In our books the previous editorial 
column is listed as conservative. 

The Daily Tar Heel, 1939-40 vintage, has been 
accused of both conservatism and radicalism. Much 
comment, pro and con, came with the Buccaneer 
incident, the German club squabble, and the fall 
quarter fight between the Student Legislature and 
the Student Council. 

Many said we were biased in our views — but each 
critic was ahvays forced to admit he was biased on 
the other side of the fence. 

We have not minced words of criticism or praise, and 
the news columns have been open to all. 

We have endeavored to interpret the news as pre- 
sented in the news columns. 




ROSENBERG 



the Daily Tar Heel, with complete coverage of 
campus and state events. Individual opinions have 
come from numerous columnists. Ed Rankin gets a 
vote of thanks for his willingness to be the editor's 
ri£;ht-hand man. 



TAR HEEL STAFF 

Martin Harmon, Editor; Morris Rosenberg, Managing Edi- 
tor; William Ogburn, Business Manager; Larry Ferling, 
Circulation Manager. 

Editorial Writers: Ed Rankin, Don Bishop, Bill Snider, 
Frank Holeman. 

Reporters: Louis Harris, Doris Goerch, Dorothy Coble, 
Zoe Young, Grady Reagan, Bucky Harward, Sylvan Meyer, 
Dick Young, Campbell Ir\'ing, Gene Williams, Sanford 
Stein, Philip Carden, Vivian Gillespie, Martha LeFevre. 



The sports writing has been the best in the history of Columnists: Adrian Spies, johnny Anderson, Mack Hobson. 



DAILY 

-* TAR HEEL 



TECHNICAL STAFF 

News Editors: Carrol McGaughey, Charles Barrett, Rush Hamrick. 

Night Sports Editors: Leonard Lobred, Fred Cazel, Orville Campbell. 

Deskmen: Edward Prizer, Bob Thomas, Ben Roebuck. 

SPORTS STAFF 

Editor: Shelley Rolf e. 

Reporters: William Beerman, Richard Morris, Harry Hollingsworth, 
Jerry Stoff, Jack Saunders, Josh Goldberg, Frank Goldsmith. 

CIRCULATION 

Assistant Manager: Jack Holland. 

Office: Bradford McCuen, Larry Dale, Dorman Hall. 

TAR HEEL BUSINESS STAFF 

Local Advertising Managers: Jimmy Schleifer, Bill Bruner, Andrew 
Gennett. 

Local Advertising Assistants: Sinclair Jacobs, Rufus Shelkoff, Tom 
Nash, Jack Dube, Buck Osborne, Steve Reiss, Leigh Wilson, Bill 
Stanback, Bob McNaughton, Landon Roberts. 

Durham Advertising Managers: Bill Schwartz, Alvin Patterson. 

Collections Manager: Morty Ulman. 

Collections Staff: Morty Golby, Parke Staley, Mary Susan Robertson, 
Mary Ann Koonce, Elinor Elliot, Millicent McKendry. 

Office Manager; Phil Haigh. 

Office Staff: Grace Rutledge, Sarah Nathan, Oren Oliver, Bill Vail, 
Mickey Grindlinger. 





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1 HROUGHOUT most of the past year we have 
been engaged in the bewildering task of collecting 
that mass of fact and fiction, photograph and portrait 
which goes to make up a Yackety Yack. We have 
attempted to assemble into enduring form a vivid 
reminder of your school year '39-'40 on the "Hill". 

It has been our purpose to present, within these 
pages, as many students and activities in as many 
varied forms as possible. Such a policy gives to each 
student fairer representation and therefore greater 
interest. In this connection it has been our pleasure 
to include individual portraits of each Sophomore 
for the first time in the history of the book. 

An undertaking of this kind requires the help and 
cooperation of many people. Credit should be given 
to a very efficient staff, to Mr. Gordon Brightman of 




MHRRILL AND BROADFOOT 



Jahn and Oilier Engraving Co., and Mr. Frank 
Fleming of the Lassiter Press. Theirs is a thankless 
job for which no praise is too great. 

We have finished our job. The 19-40 Yackety Yack 
is yours. May it long bring back endearing memories 
of your days at Chapel Hill. 



Jack Lynch, Editor 



YACKETY 
— * YACK 



John Franklin L-inch, Jr EcJilo} 

William Gillies Broadfoot, Jr Photography Editoi 

BvRD Farmer Merrill Engraving Editor 

William Joslin Personnel Manager 

Eloise Brown Printing Editoi 

Bert Charles Halperin Business Manager 



BUSINESS STAFF 
el Wuodhouse, Norman Stockton, Bob Cohn, Harry 



Advertising Managers : Ni 
Billica, Hughes Roberts. 

Secretaries: Francis Gibson, Ruth Mayer. 

Staff : John Davis, Dave Clark, Louis Stephens, Robert Lipton, Frank Gold- 
smith. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Senior Section: Charles Walter Tillett, Jr., Editor; Jack Page, Stuart McCoach, 
William Watkins, Page Shamburger. 

Junior Section: John Walker Diffendal, Editor; Harry Bryant, John Thomp- 
son. 

Honorary Section: Gip Kimball, Editor; Henry Newsom. 

Extra-Curricula Section: James Preston Thorp, John Daniel Thorp, Co-Editors. 
Athletic Section: William Peftway Jones Peete, Editor; Alston Lewis, Hunt 
Hobbs, Leonard Lobred, Harry HoUingsworth, Gene Usdin. 
Fraternity Section: Herbert David Shain, Editor; James CoUett, Roland 
Brown, Joseph Timberlake, Gamewell Lemmon, Ernest Lord, Warren Harrel- 
son, Charles Landy. 

Opening Section: Mary Jane Yeatman, Editor. 

Coed Section: Terrell Oliver Everett, Editor; Louise Smith, Sarah Ruark, 
Millicent McKendry, Eunice Patten, Mary Sue Robinson, Eleanor Elliot. 
Dance Section: Wiley Smith, Editor. 

Photography: William Gillies Broadfoot, Jr., Gladys Best Tripp, Hugh Mor- 
ton, Hallie Chandler, Greyard Lamm, Dot Pratt, Georgiana Pentlarge, Jiggs 
Harvey, Stanley Holland, Dolly Ericson. 




ROBERTS, GIBSON AND HALPERIN 





Left to Right: SPEARMAN, BISHOP, SHARPE, RANKIX, MEGSON, LEAR 

PUBLICATIONS BOARD 

Officers of the 1939-40 PU Board: Edward Lee Rankin, Jr., President; 
Edward Heywood Megson, Secretary; Donald Edwin Bishop, Treasurer; 
Walter Spearman, Faculty Member; R. B. Sharpe, Faculty Member; J. M. 
Lear, Faculty Adviser. 

To completely supervise the financing and administration of the four 
student publications — The Daily Tar Heel, Yackety Yack, Buccaneer 
and Magazine — is the chief purpose of the Publications Union Board. 

It appoints and fixes the salaries of all business managers and other 
salaried officers except the elected Editors; makes all contracts for printing 
and engraving; controls expenditure of all publications funds; promotes 
cooperation between the publications. The lowering of the student publi- 
cations fee is left in the hands of the Board, but any increase in the fee can 
be done only by a constitutional amendment. Although endowed with 
broad constitutional powers, the Board rarely tampers with editorial free- 
dom of the publications. 

There are five men on the Board. Three students are elected by campus- 
wide vote of the Publications Union, which is composed of every student 
at the University. A representative is chosen from the senior and junior 
classes and the Union-at-large. The Dean of Administration appoints the 
two faculty members for staggered two-year terms. A financial adviser 
from the faculty also sits with the Board but has no vote. 

George F. Horner of the English department is the new faculty member 
appointed in January to replace Walter Spearman. 





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RANKIN 

MEGSON 

BISHOP 

LEAR 




EXTRA EXTRACURRICULARS 

Key: Snuggle puppies paradise. 

Zete bull; Sex rears its nasty head — Burned by the 
Council; Crossing the great divide; Let's get away 
from it all; After lunch relaxation; Self-help; Pre- 
paring for the big attack. 




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KALKSTEIN 



OFFICERS 

Martin Bernard Kalkstein, President 

George Watts Carr, Jr.. \' ice-President 

Edward Robert Mueller, Recording Secretary 

Thomas James Wilson. Jr.. Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer 



STUDENT MEMBERS 



Jerry Harrison Allen 

Nell Battle Booker 

George Watts Carr, Jr. 

James Wiggins Coan 

Edward Ray Dickerson. II 

William Thompson Dye. Jr. 



Jack Phifer Fairley 

Robert Belmont Greeman 

Lytt Ir\ing Gardner 

Edgar Hunt Goold. Jr. 

Alexander Hawkins Graham. Jr. 

John Wadsworth Gunter 



PHI BETA KAPPA 

^^Ipka Of r lortk L^aroiina L^kapter 




Jane Ross Hammer 
John Steele Henderson, III 

WiLLARD ChAPPELL HeWITT 

Francis Dewey Heyward 
Charles Edwin Hinsdale 
Jonathan Ivins Holmes 

Ira Nathaniel Howard. Jr. 
Logan Douglas Howell 

Martin Bernard Kalkstein 

William Thomas Minor. Jr. 

William Sunday Mitchell 

Edward Francis Moyer 

Edward Robert Mueller 

Thomas Lynch Murphay 



Lindsay Shepherd Olive 

John Burrell Oliver 

John Randolph Provo 

Bi ackwell Pierce Robinson 

Lawrence Wilson Ross 

Cecil LeRoy Sanford 

Jacob Morris Saposnik 

Edward Harding Seawell 

Charles Jackson Starnes 

Leonard Clement Surprenant 

James Alexander Taylor 

Philip Alfred Walker 

Rogers Dey Whichard 

Samuel Wright 

' Clay Yeatman 



ALPHA KAPPA GAMMA 

Officers: Mary Wood, President; Melville Corbett, Vice-President; Mary Lewis, Secretary 
and Historian; Altajane Holden, Treasurer. 

Members: Melville Corbett, Altajane Holden, 
Louise Jordan, Mary Lewis, Sara McLean, Gene 
Rankin, Elizabeth Shewmake, Mary Wood. 







ALPHA EPSILDN DELTA 

Officers: Frederick Alexander Blount, President; Thomas Samson Royster, Vice-President; 
Ernest Harshaw Yount, Jr., Secretary; Thomas Lynch Murphey, Treasurer. 



Aleuibers: Sydenham Benoni Alexander, Frederick Alex- 
ander Blount, Orin Watts Booth, Julian Chisholm Brant- 
ley, James Robert Brill, Henry William Harris, Louis De- 
Mare Hayman, William Joslin, Henry Laurens, Jr., John 
Laurens, H, Thomas Lynch Murphey, William Grey Mur- 
ray, Isaac Floyd Nesbitt, Thomas Samson Royster, Ralph 
Bertram Williams, Ernest Harshaw Yount, Jr. 



PHI MU ALPHA 

Officers: Earl Anderson Slocum, Southern Province Governor; Hubert Piatt Hen- 
derson, President; Willis Thomas Carpenter, Jr., Vice-President; Livingston Brewster 
Rogerson, Secretary and Treasurer; Bernie Aleskovsky, Warden. 

AieDibers: James Harold Corey, Wade Garland Jordan, 
Raymond Jones Martin, James Perrotta, Jesse Francis 
Swan, Robert Griggs Simmons, Paul Warren Simpson, 
Robert Walter Weis. 

Pledges: Hubert Mark Alt\'ater, David Michael Arner, 
Thomas Brooks Griffin, Thomas Michael Holt, Boston Mc- 
Gee Lackey, Jr., Isaac Arthur Lindsay, John Joseph Matte, 
William Chambers Mehaffey, William Carroll Moore, 
John Hinton Page. Almond Dwight Price, Robert Morri- 
son Reed, John Roberts Satterfield, Jr., Jefferson Bruce 
Young, Irvin Edward Zimmerman. 




HENDERSON 



CARPENTER 



ALESKOVSKY 




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WILLIAMS 




BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Officers: Ira Nathaniel Howard, President; Malcolm Dean Taylor, Honorary President; 
John Brooks Woosley, Secretary; James Edward Williams, Treasurer. 

Student Alen/bers: Tommy Newton Brafford, Joseph John Burton, Robert Bruce Corpen- 
ing, Edward Ray Dickerson, II, Jack Phifer Fairley, Tom Woodley Heath, Jr., Ira Na- 
thaniel Howard, Jr., Herbert David Langsam, James William MacCallum, Jenness Russell 
Owen, Ida Rosen, William Rudolph Teague, Walter Ashe Wall, James Edward Williams. 

Grddiidte Members: Robert Willingham Crutchfield, 
James Cyril Dickson Blaine, John Wadsworth Gun- 
ter. 

Faculty Members: Edward Morris Bernstein, Dudley 
Dewitt Carroll, Clarence Heer, Richard Junius Men- 
denhall Hobbs, Gustav Theodor Schwenning, Robert 
Howard SherriU, Malcolm Dean Taylor, Harry de- 
Merle Wolf, John Brooks Woosley. 



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MEMBERS 

326 EDWARD HEYWOOD MEGSON 

327 JOHN ALAN GREEDY 

328 FRANGIS MILLIARD FAIRLEY 

329 RIGHARDGAMPBELLWORLEY 

330 HENRY DEW ITT BARNETT 

331 SAMUEL EARLE HOBBS 

332 VOITGILMORE 

333 ERNEST GRAIGE 

334 JAMES EVANS DAVIS 






FACULTY 
HENRY HORAGE WILLIAMS, Honorary 
CHARLES PHILLIPS RUSSELL 
FRANK PORTER GRAHAM 
EDGAR RALPH RANKIN 
ALBERT RAY NEWSOME 
ROBERT BURTON HOUSE 
HERMAN GLENN BAITY 
ERNEST LLOYD MAGK IE 
ALBERT McKINLEY GOATES 
JOSEPH BURTON LINKER 
GORYDON PERRY SPRU ILL 
EARLE HORAGE HARTSELL 
JOSEPH MARYON SAUNDERS 
WILLIAM TERRY GOUGH 
EDWARD ALEX GAMERON 
WALTER SMITH SPEARMAN, JR. 



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OFFICERS 



PAUL HEWITT THOMPSON 

RICHARD CAMPBELL WORLEY; 



DEWITT BARNETT. 



. . . Delegata 
Exchequer 



ACTIVE 

Donald Edwin Bishop 
William Rennie Blalock 
George Watts Carr, Jr. 
James Evans Davis 
William Archie Dees 
Jack Phifer Fairley 
Charles William Idol 
Cyril Jones 



MEMBERS 

Clyde Gates Kimball 
Charles Robert Kline 
Julian Jay Lane 
John Franklin Lynch, Jr. 
Ed. Heywood Megson 
David James Morrison 
John Malcolm Nisbet - 
George Francis Ralston 



James Leake Woodson 

INACTIVE MEMBERS 

William B. Campbell Robert Nathaniel Magiil 

James McMurray Joyner Fred Henry Weaver 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. Frank P. Graham Mr. Joseph M. Saunders 

Dean F. F, Brodshaw Dr. Henry H. Williams 

Mr. Edward A. Cameron Mr. James Williams 

Dr. Walter R. Berryhill Mr. Walter Spearman 

Dr. E. McG. Hedgpeth Mr. Edwin Sidney Lanier 



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EMBERS, 



EDWARD TOWNSEND MOOR 
JAMES RICHARD! 



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WALTER FRANCIS C 
JAMES PHIL 
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LOUIS SMITH HARRIS 

WILLIAM JOSLIN 



MORRIS WlLIAM ROSENBERG 



LEiMANNING WIGGINS 

KENAN BANKS WILLIAMS 



NON-i^CTIVE MEMBERS 



DEWITT BARNETT 



GIBSON JA 




ATHANIELMAGILL 

FRED HENRY WEAVER 



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THEY MADE A NAME... 

ATt ).• Rejected glory. 

The Little Entente; Bill Dees with one of many; 
Now, Coach?; Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Coeds; Jean Mc with her three admirers; Senior 
marshals and the Governor; C.P.U. field day, Grail 







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Prom Roto (left to right): ERICKSON, WOLFE, LANGE 
Second Row: VAUGHT, BARTOS 



*CDACHING STAFF 



Coach Wolf says, "The credit and praise (for the fine record of the 
1939 team) belong to the boys on the squad and to the assistant coaches 
for their hard work". Modestly he omits much deserved credit for him- 
self; but the picture above of Coach Wolf and his assistants shows 
those to whom, along with the squad, much praise is due and rendered. 



RESUME OF THE 1933 FOOTBALL SEASON 






by COACH WOLF 

J. HE football season of 1939 was indeed a surprise one for us. We were honest in our belief, prior to the 
opening of our schedule, that if we won half of our games this season would have been a success. I do not 
want to be misunderstood; I am not trying to boast or trying to receive the credit for the fine record that we did 
make. The credit and praise belong to the boys on the squad and the assistant coaches for their hard work, 
loyalty, cooperation and spirit, and for their earnest desire to give their best efforts at all times. The fighting 
Carolina spirit carried us through a very hard campaign, and when the final whistle blew on Thanksgiving day 
the members of the squad could look back with pride to a successful season because they had worked hard 
and felt that they had given their best throughout the entire fall. 

The 1939 football season certainly provided many thrills. There were many outstanding feats during the entire 
fall, but the ones that stand out most in my memory are: the fighting comeback of the Tar Heels against 
Tulane, New York University and the University of Pennsylvania; the great leadership of our co-captains, 
George Stirnweiss and Jim Woodson; the passing of Jim Lalanne and George Stirnweiss; the outstanding 
catching of these passes by Severin, Mallory, Radman, Richardson, Don Baker and Roy Connor; the very good 
pass protection given our passers by our linemen, namely: Kimball, White, Faircloth, Nowell, Sieck, Wood- 
son, Abernathy, Suntheimer and Smith, and the fullbacks, Dunkle and Sadoff; the great kicking of Dunkle in 
all of our games; the spirit of the team; the sportsmanship of our opponents and of our own team; and the 
loyal and sincere support of our student body, the twelfth man on our team. The past fall as a whole, including 
our team and our opponents, displayed a more open style of play than in previous seasons. We had the oppor- 
tunity to see some fine passing attacks, good running attacks, excellent kicking and some very well-rounded 
deceptive offense. 

I want to take this opportunity, on behalf of the squad and the coaching staff', to express our sincere thanks 
for the loyal support and hundred per cent backing of the student body, the faculty, the alumni and the friends 
of the University. 




VARSITY SQUAD 
Pint Row: Gregg, Slotnick, Br.\ntley, Myers, Woodson, Stirnweiss. Ralston, Crone, Benton, M.\jor. 
Second Row: Lalanne, Kline, Kimball, Smith, Mallory, White. Radman, Slagle, Sadoff, Severin, Abernathy. 
Third Row: Faircloth. Elliot, Spransey, Nall, Stallings, Siek, Jones, Dunkell, O'Hare, Idol, Stoinoff, Richardson. 
Fourth Row: Blalock. Hermson, Connors, Bobbit, Don Baker, Stahler, C. Baker, Suntheimer, Megson, Saylor, Gugert. 



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High School Day crowd of 26,000, the largest ever to witness an 
opening game in North Carolina, saw the 1939 Tar Heels begin their 
season with a 50 to victory over Citadel. It was Carolina all the way. 
From the time George Stirnweiss streaked 87 yards for a touchdown on 
the Tar Heels' opening play until the same Stirnweiss slashed across 
from the 3 yard line in the closing minute of the game, the Bulldogs 
never had a chance. After the first two Carolina elevens had rolled up 
41 points in the first half. Coach Wolf was content to let the third and 
fourth stringers battle out most of the last two quarters. Scoring touch- 
downs for the Tar Heels were Stirnweiss (2), Lalanne (2), Mallory, 



ABERNATHY 
BAKER 



Doty, and Sadoff. White and Dunkle, two 
sophomores, made their first appearance for 
Carolina in this game and showed up well. 




BRANTLEY 
CONNOR 



BLALOCK 
BOBBITT 




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CAROLINA 3G - WAKE FOREST B 



O PARKED by Jim Lalanne and George Radman, 
the Tar Heels opened their quest for the Big Five 
championship by trouncing a strong Wake Forest 
eleven. The game had hardly gotten under way 
when Radman caught a 1 5 yard pass from Stirnweiss 
and side-stepped his way 25 yards across the goal 
line. A few moments later "Sweet" Lalanne broke 
over his own right guard, eluded the Wake Forest 
secondary, and scampered -43 yards into pay territory. 
Paul Severin added both extra points plus a field goal 



from the 15 yard line to give Carolina a 17-0 advan- 
tage at the quarter. The Blue and White's other 
scores were made by Radman, who made a sensa- 
tional catch of one of Lalanne's passes deep in the 
end zone, O'Hare, and Sadoff, who interrupted a 
Deacon aerial and galloped 25 yards to score. Wake 
Forest's lone tally came in the fourth period after 
they had recovered a Tar Heel fumble on the Caro- 
lina 13 yard line. 




CAROLINA'S 
THREE POINTS 
AGAINST 
DUKE— 
DLTNKEL 
KICKING 




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CAROLINA 13 - VIRGINIA TECH B 

C/NCE attain it was "Sweet" Jim Lalanne who led the Tar Heels to victory. This time against an inspired 
eleven from Virginia Tech who gave the jittery and over-confident Carolina squad a stiff battle before falling, 
13-6. The Blue and White power house that had proved so efficient in its two previous starts was unable to 
get underway until the second quarter. Lalanne returned a punt to Tech's 38 and five plays later crashed over 
for a touchdown from the 3 yard line. Dunkle added the extra point. Carolina's other score came mid-way in 
the third period. Lalanne, with the ball on the Gobbler 4, sailed around his own left end for the touchdown 
after his pass to Mallory had moved the ball into striking distance of the goal. Tech's touchdown came with 
only 40 seconds remaining in the game when Henderson completed a 16 yard pass to Taylor in the end zone. 




DLNKEL 
FAIRCLOTH 




STIRNY VS. COON (OF STATE) 



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LALANNE TO SEVERIN FOR 6 POINTS AT TULAXE 



CAROLINA 14 - N. Y, U. 7 



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OR the second straight year, the passing combi- 
nation of Stirnweiss to Radman spelled defeat for 
N.Y.U.'s Violets. This time the count was 14 to 7. 
Badly outplayed for tlie first three periods, the Tar 
Heels roared from behind in the fourth to score two 
touchdowns, stave off a desperate N.Y.U. attack, and 
win the ball game. The Violets tallied in the first 
quarter on a pass, Boell to Campanis, which was good 
for 47 yards and a touchdown. After this, neither 



team was able to score until early in the last period. 
Elliot hauled down one of Stirnweiss' passes on the 
N.Y.U. 3 and two plays later Stirnweiss crossed the 
goal line. Dunkle added tiie tieing point to the game 
with a perfect placement. Then, with six minutes of 
play remaining, Dunkle intercepted a pass on the 
Violets' 20, Stirnweiss tossed a pass to Radman in the 
end zone, and once again the Tar Heels had defeated 
the Violets. 




IDOL 

KIMBALL 

KLINE 



CAROLINA 14 - TULANE 14 



(\>^FTER spotting the Green Wave fourteen points, the Tar Heels staged one of the most 
spectacular aerial shows in the Southern football history. They whipped over two touchdowns 
and a pair of extra points in the last nine minutes of play to tie a heavily favored Tulane 
eleven, 14-14. It was Jim Lalanne, playing the most sensational game of his gridiron career, 
who denied Tulane a victory. The Green Wave backfield was completely baffled by the last 
quarter Carolina passing attack as Lalanne whipped toss after toss into the waiting fingers of 
Mallory, Radman, and Severin — the latter catching both touchdown passes. Harry Dunkle, 




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SADOFF RIPPING THROLGH DEACONS 

sophomore fullback, tied the game with two placements and almost brought Carolina victory 
as his last minute field goal attempt went wide by inches only. The Tar Heel defense, led by 
Severin, Kimball, and Slagle, repulsed several Tulane scoring threats before a recovered fumble 
and an intercepted pass led to the Green Wave touchdowns. Kellogg accounted for all of 
Tulane's points. 



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CAROLINA 3D - PENNSYLVANIA B 




two periods Carolina turned on its power to score 
three touchdowns in less than three minutes, and 
Harry Dunkle added his bit as he booted two extra 
points and a ^5 yard field goal. The defensive stand- 
outs for the Tar Heels were the sophomore line- 
backers, Suntheimer and Dunkle, who consistently 
broke up Penn plays behind the line of scrimmage. 



CL/x crowd of 55,000, the largest ever to witness 
a Carolina team in action, saw the Tar Heels' aerial 
bombardment fall on Franklin Field, Philadelphia, 
and bury a much heavier Penn eleven under a 30 to 6 
score. It was the third consecutive game in which 
Carolina had come from behind and it was Jim La- 
lanne, making his greatest bid for AU-American 
honors, who led Carolina to victory. Lalanne tossed 
three touchdown passes — two to Paul Severin and one 
to Don Baker — in addition to the running gem of 
the afternoon. He broke over his own left guard and 
scampered 36 yards to score untouched. After the 
Quakers had tallied on the first eight plays, the Tar 
Heels took command. A pass, Lalanne to Severin, 
evened the score in the second quarter. In the last 



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CAROLINA 17 - N. C. STATE D 

y HE Tar Heels returned to Kenan Stadium to celebrate a cold, rainy 
Homecoming Day with a 17 to victory over N. C. State. This time it 
was Co-captain George Stirnweiss who sparked the Blue and White 
attack. Early in the first quarter Stirnweiss tossed two passes to Jim 
Mallory which were good for 30 yards and the first Carolina score. A 
few moments later Harry Dunkle plunged over from the one foot line 
after Stirnweiss had returned a State punt 45 yards to place the ball in 
scoring territory. Carolina tallied once more before the ball became too 
slippery to handle, as mid-way in the second period Paul Severin booted 
a field goal from the State 18 to end the afternoon's scoring. Although 



RALSTON 
SADOFF 



State had possession of the ball for most of 
the second half, they failed to threaten the 
Carolina goal line as the long, spiralling 
punts of Dunkle and Lalanne kept the Wolf- 
pack in their own territory. 



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OR the annual clash with Da\ids()n the Tar the best performance of the day as he scored t>A'o of 

Heels journeyed to Winston-Salem and returned the the Tar Heels' five touchdowns. Other six pointers 

victors, 32 to 0. From the time George Stirnweiss were made by Elliot and Dunkle. At no time was 

crossed the Wildcat goal line after two minutes of Davidson able to threaten the Carolina goal and most 

play, it was Carolina's game. Don Baker turned in of the game was played deep in Wildcat ground. 





"HEELS" 
FLY THROIGH 

THE AIR— 

LALANNE AT 

PENN. 



CAROLINA 3 - DUKE 13 

J IFTY-ONE THOUSAND fans, a record southern crowd, watched the Tar Heels bow to Duke's Blue Devils 
in their only defeat of the year, 13 to 3. Carolina scored first early in the second quarter when sophomore Harry 
Dunkle booted a forty-six yard field goal which sent the Blue and White gridders into a three point lead. But 
soon after the second half began, Tony Ruft'a blocked a Carolina quick kick which Bailey recovered in the end 
zone to place Duke out in front 7-3. The Blue Devils clinched the game a few minutes later when Winston 
Siegfried plunged over from the three-yard line after an intercepted pass had placed Duke in scoring territory. 










STIRNWEISS 
STOINOFF 




STIRNY CRUSHES THROUGH THE CITADEL 




TAR HEELS TO N.Y.U.— RADMAN RUNNING 



CAROLINA 19 - VIRGINIA D 



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AKING advantage of three breaks, the Tar 
Heels closed their season with a victory over Virginia. 
This time the score was 19 to 0. Twice in the first 
period Carolina covered Virginia fumbles deep in 
Cavalier territory and each time pushed over a touch- 
down, Stirnweiss and Sadoff scoring. Then, early in 
the fourth period, the Tar Heels scored on a touch- 
down pass from Lalanne to Severin after White had 



reco\'ered a blocked punt on Virginia's 15. The game, 
which was witnessed by a holiday crowd of 18,000, 
saw Co-captain Stirnweiss and Woodson and half- 
back George Radman end their college careers with 
brilliant performances. It also marked the twentieth 
time that the Tar Heels have defeated Virginia and 
brought them to within one game of equaling the 
series. 




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WHITE 

WOODSON 



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BASKETBALL 



BRANSON, CUNEO, DILWORTH. GERSTEN, 

GLAMACK, HARNDEN, HOWARD. MATHES, 

PESSAR 



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AROLINA'S basketball team rose to 
equal former heights of greatness this 
year, winning the Southern Conference 
title in decisive style. In Coach Bill Lange's 
first year the White Phantoms rang up 1 5 
wins against only three losses during the 
regular session, and then went on to win 
the conference tournament in Raleigh, 

With almost the entire 1939 team back, 
aided by several sophomores, Carolina 
easily won through five practice games 
during the Christmas holidays before the 
regular season opened, giving promise of 
real power. 

Opening the season on January 3 with 
Appalachian College, the Phantoms en- 
countered stiff competition before win- 
ning, 58-49. The next night scoring against 
Catawba was slow, Carolina triumphing, 
29-25. 





GLAMACK 

A}l-Americcii2 1940 



Heading for the western part of the state, the Phantoms encoun- 
tered Davidson in Charlotte, hitting the basket for 55 points, 
while the Wildcats got 47. After an easy 46-25 victory over VPI, 
Carolina was ready to go into first-class competition. 

With big George Glamack tossing in three bucket shots in the last 
three minutes, Carolina defeated Wake Forest by 54-51 in a game 
which saw the Deacons put on a terrific second-half rally in the 
season's most thrilling game. Two nights later Carolina ran up its 
biggest score of tlie season in beating Citadel, 66-36. 



V.M.I, fell next before the Tar Heel five as the whole squad contributed to a 53-24 Carolina victory. In the last 
home game for some time Glamack, The Blind Bomber, accounted for 28 points in heading the Phantoms to 
a 52-41 victory over N. C. State. 

Playing on their home court Navy gave Carolina a bad scare before the Tar Heels won 44-40. Carolina lost its 
first game when Wake Forest took revenge on the Phantoms, holding Glamack and Carolina to 36 points 
while making 42. 

Clemson's 1939 conference champions were humbled next as the season rolled into February. The score was 
39-31. Virginia overwhelmed the Tar Heels, 44-25, in the most disastrous game of the season. Bouncing back, 
the Phantoms made it two in a row over Davidson, 41-28. 

First Row: Smith, Gersten. Howard. Robeson 

Second Row: CuNEO, Harnden, Branson, Severin, Mathes 

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It looked as if the Phantoms were playing ball on alternate nights when 
Duke overcame a twelve-point Carolina lead and won 50-44, in spite of the 
efforts of Glamack and Paul Severin. 

Surviving another second-half blow-up, Carolina defeated the semi-pro 
McCrary Eagles, 45-37. N. C. State again felt the wrath of the Tar Heels, 
who beat them, 60-36. 

Glamack humbled Banks McFadden once more when he led the Phantom 
five to a 47-30 victory over Clemson. Three nights later he tossed in 20 
points in the Carolina revenge over Duke; the score was 31-27. 

Seeded second, Carolma went to the Southern Conference tournament in 
Raleigh and opened things with a bang. Glamack and sophomore Bob Rose 
starred as the Phantoms eliminated Clemson, 50-41. Hooking in 28 points, 
Glamack gave the best individual performance of the tournament when 
Carolina stopped Wake Forest, 43-35, the next night. Playing a fine game 
both offensively and defensively, the Phantoms took the rubber game and 
title from Duke, 39-23. 

Credit for the successful season goes to George Glamack, whose pivot 
shots won every big battle. Glamack, probably the best player ever to 
perform in North Carolina basketball circles, was the only junior to place 
on the one syndicated All-American team. He scored 458 points during 
the season. 

Carolina looks for another good season next year under Bill Lange. 
Glamack, Severin, Rose, Ben Dilworth, Jimmie Howard, and Bobbie 
Gersten will all be back. 




ROSE 
SEVERIN 
SMITH 



1941) BASKirrBAl.L RIXORD 
UNC 

58 Appalachian 49 

29 Catawba 2') 

55 Davidson 47 

46 V.PI 25 

54 Wake Forest 51 

66 Citadel 36 

53 V.M.I 24 

52 N. estate 41 

44 Navy 4n 

36 Wake Forest 42 

39 Clemson 31 

25 Virginia 44 

41 , Davidson 28 

44 Duke 50 

45 McCrary Eagles 37 

60 N. estate 36 

47 Clemson 30 

31 Duke 27 



Southern Conferfnce Toisrnament 

50 Clemson 

43 Wake Forest 

39 Duke 



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BASEBALL 



BISSETT, First Base: COX. OutfuU: DAVIS, 
Pitcher: HOWARD, Tliird B.i^e: HUDSON, Pitcher; 
JENNINGS, Out field: KARP, Third Base: MAL- 
LORY, Outfield: NETHERCUTT, Catcher: RAD- 
MAN, Pitcher: RALSTON, Pitcher; RICH, Third 



(^ OACH BUNN HEARN'S 1939 edi- 
tion of Tar Heel baseballers displayed at 
the end of the season a record which may 
best be termed mediocre. A potent group 
of stickmen, the outfit lacked only a fast 
ball pitcher to carry it over the rougher 
spots — which weren't so few and far 
apart. 

Led by Co-captains George Nethercutt, 
who led his mates with a .488 batting 
average, and Hal Bissett, the fielding first 
baseman, Carolina produced eleven wins 
against seven losses. N. C. State and the 
University of Virginia each defeated the 
Hearnmen once, while Wake Forest and 
Duke won two and three times respec- 
tively. 

Carolina showed itself, at times, to be an 
above- the- average club. Boasting a team 
batting average of over .300, the Tar 
Heels flashed a brilliant infield combina- 
tion in George Stirnweiss at second base 





and Matty Topkins at short stop. The outfield was no cause for 
worry and the catching was easily the finest in any college ball. 
First base was well covered while third, though weaker, was no 
gap. The pitching stafi^, led by "Work-Horse" Bud Hudson, was 
the only real worry. Aside from the pitching Carolina looked too 
good to be stopped at the beginning of the season and proceeded 
to win its first seven games. But . . . 



CO-CAPTAINS HAROLD BISSETT, Fint Base- 
nun, AND GEORGE NETHERCUTT, Catcher. 



The season opened against Springfield College with a win of 10-4, 
and was followed with another victory over Harvard, 16-12. Cor- 
nell was next beaten, 10-1, and losses were handed Davidson, N. 
C. State, V. M. L., and Washington and Lee before Virginia licked Carolina 10-5. Wake Forest's crack outfit 
eked out an 8-6 win, but Carolina pulled back into the winning column with an 8-7 thriller over V. M. L. 

Again Wake Forest took the Tar Heels at 3-2, but Carolina retaliated at 8-4 against Davidson. Sweet revenge 
took place when Virginia took a 16-4 walloping. 

N. C. State, next, won an upset over Carolina 6-3, but three days later Wake Forest came out on the short end 
of a 19-2 mauling that "showed" many that Carolina was ready for Duke. 



First Row: Rich, Tomlinson, Sooten, Ralston. Vincent, Turner, Howard. 

Second Row: Stirnweiss. Topkins, Hudson, Bissett. Nethercutt, Karp, Davis, Lamb, Manager. 

Third Row: BuNN Hearn, Brame, Herschman, Jennings, Dawson, Smith, Browning, Semsenbach, Chestnut. 

Fourth Roil : FITZGERALD, Cox, Mallory, Hermson, Radman, Wales, Gill. 




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The Duke series, however, ended in disaster. Bud Hudson lost the first 
game, 6-5, only after the Tar Heels blew up afield, making four errors 
and handing Duke the game, hi the second game, Carolina looked like 
winner until an eight mning Duke rally produced eleven runs and a win, 
21-14. Carolina lost the final game, 12-4. 

Catcher George Nethercutt's .488 led the hitters while Matty Topkins 
batted .387; Hal Jennings, .323; George Radman, .319; and Jim Mallory, 
.316. Stirnweiss and Mallory led the sluggers with three circuit blows each. 




STIRNWEISS, Second B.ue 

TOPKINS, Short Stop 

TURNER, Pitcher 

WOOTEN, Pitcher 



Bud Hudson led the pitchers with 7 wins and 2 
losses while George Radman won 2 and lost 1. 
Sam Davis had 2 wins against four defeats. 



HOWARD CROSSES PLATE IN DL'KE GAME 

CAROLINA-DUKE GAME DRAWS A CROWD 

TRAPPED AT FIRST 





TRACK 



CORPENING, DAVIS. CROCKETT, GROVES, 

HENDRIX, HARDY, HILTON, HOFFMAN, 

HOLMES, ILLMAN, JENNINGS, LEWIS 



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NDEFEATED indoors and outdoors, 
Carolina's track team in 1939 had such a re- 
markable season and produced so many out- 
standing individual performers that it was 
considered as soon as the year ended as the 
greatest track team in the history of the Uni- 
versity. 

The Tar Heels, coached by Bob Fetzer, Dale 
Ranson and Johnny Morriss, walked off with 
all of the top honors in the Florida relays, 
handed Princeton its first defeat in over a year, 
and, after defeating all other competition, 
climaxed the season by winning the Southern 
Conference championship over Duke and Mary- 
land for the second year in a row. 

Before the season was over Co-captains Bill 
Corpening and Bill Hendrix, and Jimmy Davis, 
Tom Crockett and Royce Jennings established 
University records, while Harry March, the one- 
man-track-team, tied or bettered four marks. 
The times of four of these men were confer- 
ence records. 

The Carolina trackmen opened the season at 
the Florida relays at Gainesville, and came home 
with all of the cups and medals awarded for 





CORPENING AND MARCH AFTER INDOOR 
RECORDS 



the five relays on the program. The two mile relay team which won this 
race in the Millrose games won its event, and other CaroHna quartets 
captured the 440-yard relay, the mile relay, the mile team race, and the 
sprint medley relay. 

Led by Tom Holmes, the Tar Heels defeated Princeton, 69-2/3 to 56-1/3. 
Holmes won both the 100 and 220-yard dashes, being timed in 10 flat in 
the century. Tom Crockett established a Fetzer field record of 9;4l.8 in the 
two mile, lowering the mark he established a year before against the same 
team. Don Herring, the gigantic Princeton sophomore field event star, 
threw the discus 146 feet to win his event with ease. Other Carolina men 
taking first places were Bill Hendrix in the half-mile, Jimmy Davis anci 
Dave Morrison in the mile, Bill Corpening in the high hurdles, Harry 
March in the low hurdles, and Joe Hilton in the javelin. 

( Carolina defeated Virginia, 72-54, the next week-end on the Cavaliers' home grounds. Harry March lowered his school record 
in the 220-yard low hurdles to 23.4 seconds in defeating Frank Fuller of Virginia. Hilton repeated his first place in the 
javelin, Royce Jennings won the quarter-mile, Hendrix and Davis the 880, Davis and Crockett the mile, Morrison, Wimpy 
Lewis and Drewry Troutman the two mile, and Corpening both the high jump and broad jump. 

The Tar Heels went to town in their next meet, smashing Duke, 78-53, and establishing four field records, three of which 
were University marks. Royce Jennings ran :48.6 in the quarter. Bill Hendrix did 1:54.1 in the half, Harry March set a field 
record of :23.8 in the low hurdles, Bill Corpening unofficially tied the conference record of :14.5 in the high hurdles, and 
Jennings, Joe Russell, Da\e Morrison and Hendrix set a field mark of 3:22.4 in the mile relay. The Devils took only four 
first places, as Davis and Morrison won the mile, Crockett the two mile, and Corpening and Vaughan Winborne the high 
jump for other Carolina wins. 

Firu Row: Tr.mner Quinlan, Lewis, Haigh. Piver, Winstead, Nash, Amoss, Lamm. Allen 

Second Row: Watson. Richards, Winbourne. Crockett, Corpening, Gordon, March. Jennings. White. Davis. Holmes. Man- 
ager Brafford. Assn. 

Third Row: CoACH Dale Ranson. McCachren, Illman. Groves. French, Weinberg. Russell. Lane. Hoffman. Patterson. Mor- 
rison. Coach Johnny Morriss 

Vniirih Row: W.\KELEY. Cald'otell. Hardy. Saunders. Clement. Vogler. Walker. Baker. Troutman. Coach Bob Fetzer 






BEGINNING OF SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TWO MILE RECORD 



Taking time off then to experiment in new events, the Tar Heels easily captured top 
honors in the CaroHnas' AAU meet over Duke, N. C. State, the Carolina and Duke 
freshmen, Lenoir Rhyne, Wake Forest, and Guilford. The meet was marked by the 
return to action of Fred Hardy, winner of the two mile, after being out with an 
injured ankle. March made his only appearance of the season in the 100-yard dash 
and tied school and field records at 9.8 seconds. He also won the 440-yard hurdles, 
setting another school record at 54 seconds fiat. 

The Tar Heels got by their toughest opponent, the Navy, when Bob Weinberger and 
Chuck Slagle surprised everyone with first and second places in the shot put. The 
score was 77-49. Hendrix lowered his own school record in the half mile to 1:533, 
unofficially equalling the conference mark. Davis missed the school record in the 
mile by two-tenths of a second when he ran 4:15.4 to beat Barney Oldfield, the 
NaNy's outstanding distance man. Other Carolina first places were taken by Jennings 
in the quarter, Crockett in the two mile, March, Corpening and Pat Patterson in the 
high jump, Corpening in the high hurdles, and March in the high jump and broad 
jump. 

Georgia was an easy opponent, and Carolina won the meet, 85^/4 to 40I/4, taking 
nine first places and sweeping three events. Carolina first places were by Holmes in 
the 100, Jennings in the quarter, Hendrix and Carleton White in the half, Davis in 
the mile, Hardy in the two mile, Corpening in the high hurdles and broad jump, 
March in the low hurdles, Hilton in the |avelin, Patterson, Winborne and March in 
the high jump, and Jim Piver in the pole vault. 

The Tar Heels scored 651/2 points to win the Southern Conference championship for 
the second consecutive season. Duke was second in the scoring with 43 points, and 
Maryland third with 39V/2. Carolina placed in all but two of the 15 events, and 
produced the three outstanding performances in the meet. Jimmy Davis won a thrill- 
ing victory in the mile after Iseing chased for three laps and passed on the last by 
Chronister of Mar)'land. He sprinted home ahead of the Terrapin runner, and was 
timed in 4:14.2 for a Southern Conference, University- and Fetzer field record. This 
time stood as one of the best collegiate miles run in the country all year. Bill Hendrix 
lowered the conference half mile record to 1 :52.7, beating out Kehoe, another Mary- 
land runner, at the finish. His mark was also a school and field record. Bill Corpen- 
ing won the 120-yard high hurdles over Kinzle of Duke, defending champion and 
record holder, and set a new record of his own at 14.3 seconds. 




MORRISON 

RICHARDS 

WEINBERGER 

WHITE 



Tom Crockett established a conference record of 
9:40.4 in the two mile, and Fred Hardy, who was 
second, also bettered the old record. Harry March tied 
for first in the high jump with Miller of Maryland 
and set a new school and field mark of 6 feet II/2 
inches. 

Other Carolina placers were Tom Holmes and Julian 
Lane in the sprints, Phil Walker in the hurdles, Royce 
Jennings, Dave Morrison, Carleton White and Drewry 
Troutman in the distances, Vaughan Winborne and 
Pat Patterson in the jumps, and Joe Hilton, Chuck 
Slagle and Jim Rickards in the other field events. 

After the regular season was over, five Carolina men 
went to the National Collegiates. Running in Olympic 
stadium, Los Angeles, Bill Corpening placed third in 
the 120-yard high hurdles behind Fred Wolcott of 
Rice Institute, defending champion, and Smith of Wis- 
consin. Corpening also ran in the high hurdles in the 
Sugar Bowl track festival in New Orleans last New 
Year's day, and placed third. 




CORPENING BEATS KINZLE OF DUKE WITH RECORD TIME 




DAVIS, TWO LAPS TO GO, FOR A WIN HENDRIX WINS SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HALF MILE 



JSSELL, TROUTMAN, GORDON, AND MORRISON CROCKETT, MARCH, DAVIS, AND CORPENING 








Ha 




COACH RONMAN, WINSTEAD, ROSE, JOHNSTON, GENNETT, INSKEEP, DICKERSON, BARTLETT, SANDhRb, BOBBIT 

KIMBALL, MGR. KAUFMAN 




REVIEW of the 1940 BOXING SEASON 

J. HE University of North Carolina boxing team won four meets, 
tied one, took the Big Five title and tied for third place in the South- 
ern Conference meet at Columbia, S. C, during the 1940 season. 

Rated favorites before the conference meet, the Tar Heels placed 
six of seven men in the semi-finals, more than any other team, but 
four of the six were beaten in the semi-finals and never reached 
the finals. Bob Farris, 155, and Elton "Red" Sanders, 165, survived 
the semi-hnals and went on to win conference titles in their 
divisions. 



CO-CAPTAIN DICKERSON 



CO-CAPTAIN WINSTEAD 






256 



Final team scores in the conference meet were: Clemson 
15, South Carolina 13, Carolina and Citadel 10 each, 
Maryland 5, and Duke and VPI 3 each. 

Billy Winstead, only Tar Heel defending champion, 
Andy Gennett, Ed Dickerson, and Gates Kimball were 
defeated in the semi-finals. Johnny Johnston was beaten 
in the preliminaries. 

Gates Kimball saved the Tar Heels from a defeat in the 
Citadel meet, the first of the season, when he decisioned 
Young in the final bout of the night to give Mike Ron- 
man's boxers a 4-4 tie with the Bulldogs. Red Sanders 
gained a TKO after 1 : 20 of the third round over Ulrich. 
Johnny Johnston and Clark Barlett fought to a draw in 
their bouts, and Billy Wmstead was awarded a decision. 

The Tar Heels defeated State 7-1 in Raleigh for their 
first win of the season when Billy Wmstead, Al Rose, 
Ed Dickerson, Clark Barlett, and Red Sanders decisioned 
their opponents. Mike Bobbitt gained a TKO in 40 
seconds of the second round, and Kimball won on a 
forfeit. 

Kimball won the only bout for Carolina against Vir- 
ginia at Charlottesville. Va., when he got a TKO over 
Ed Burgers in 1:15 of the first round. Johnny Johnston 
gained a draw for the other Carolina tally in the 61/)- 
11/2 loss. 

After losing to Virginia the boxers came back to defeat 
Virginia Tech 5l/2'lV2 with Bob Farris, 1940 confer- 
ence 155 pound champ, participating in his first bout of 
the year. Andy Bennett, fighting at 135, also fought his 
first bout of the year, having been out with flu. Bobbitt 
gained a draw, and Farris was awarded a TKO when 
his opponent failed to answer the bell at the start of the 
third round. 

With the heavyweight battle between Bates Kimball 
and Bill Bailey, both football greats, drawing the spot- 
light, the Carolina-Duke match ended in a convincing 
6-2 annihilation. Kimball gained a TKO in 1:30 of the 
second round over Bailey in the final bout of the night. 
Sanders also got a TKO, his coming at 1:53 of the third 
round. Farris and Winstead got draws, and Johnston, 
Gennett and Dickerson fought to decisions. 

The conference meet followed the Duke Match. 





m 



Milll^MJi^dlki 



GENNETT INSKEEP 

JOHNSTON KIMBALL 

ROSE SANDERS 












First Row: Harnden, Early, Co-Captain Carl Rood. Co-Captain Bill Rood, Rider. 
■X- Second Rou : Henderson, Rawlings, Meserole, Beadles. 

Third Roiv: Co-Manager Murphy, Coach John Kenfield, Co-Manager Clark. 



TENNIS 

y HE 1939 North Carolina tennis team put the University back in 
a position to claim the mythical national championship. Led by co- 
captains Carlton and William Rood, the netmen went through 
nineteen matches undefeated and won laurels in several tournaments. 
Carolina tennis teams under Coach John Kenfield, to whom the 
players accredit their victories, have won I'^'i matches since 1929 as 
compared with 4 losses. 

The netmen opened the season with a 9-0 victory over Wake Forest. 




BEADLES 

EARLY 





258 



and duplicated that score two days later against Rich- 
mond. 

Williams' team came South and dropped two 8-1 de- 
cisions to the strong Carolina team. Playing host to 
their second northern visitors within a week, the Tar 
Heels surprised themselves by three one-sided victories 
over a strong Yale team. After winning the first two 
matches 9-1, Carolma handed the invaders a 10-0 
shellacking in the last match. 

The North-South tennis tournament at Pinehurst proved 
to be merely a Carolina practice session, as the semi- 
finals in both singles and doubles were all-Carolina 
matches, Charles Rider won the singles title from Carl 
Rood, while Frank Farrel and Harris Everett, though 
ineligible for varsity competition, won the doubles 
crown from Bill Rood and Eddie Fuller. 

Rain stopped the contest with Washington and Lee 
after Carolina had won the first four matches. Duke 
fell next, as the Blue Devils failed to win a single 
match. 

Carolina defeated Virginia, who had taken a practice 
game from the Tar Heels in the fall, by a score of 6-3. 
Davidson was humbled, 8-1, and Carolina then took its 
second match with Duke 6-0, before rain halted play. 
Maryland took two individual matches from the Caro- 
lina racqueteers, who ran out a 7-2 victory. 

In the state tournament Fuller and Bill Rood stroked 
their way into the singles finals with wms over Duke 
players. Rood won the title the next day with a five set 
victory over his team-mate. They then teamed together 
to win the doubles championship from Rawlings and 
Carl Rood. 





J 



HARNDEN 
RAWLINGS 
ROOD, CARL 



MESEROLE 

RIDER 
ROOD, BILL 




Firsi Row: Daugherty, Rice. Dempsey, Anthony, Bass. Levi. 

Second Row: Manager Clark, Greenberg, Jordan. Weant. Rilev. Calhoun. Ullman. Manager Orr. 



Fresh from the state laurels, Carolina won, 9-0, from 
Presbyterian College, a South Carolina school whose 
tennis teams are very good. After a 9-0 victory over 
N. C. State the netters started on their annual 
Northern tour. May 7. 

With the numbers 5 and 6 men, Rawlings and Meser- 
ole, playing consistently well, the Tar Heels won 
three close matches. Doubles play proved decisive 
in all three wins, as Carolina defeated Harvard, 5-4, 
Yale, 6-3, and Princeton, 5-4, on successive days! 

Returning South for the Southern Conference tourna- 
ment at Williamsburg, Carolina sent Bill Rood and 
Rawlings into the singles finals. Rood winning out in 
four sets. Meserole and Carl Rood lost to Askin and 
Ritzenberg of Maryland in the doubles finals. 

Besides the six regular players, E. J. Fuller, W. B. 
Meserole, W. H. Rawlings, C. F. Rider, C. A. Rood, 
Dave Early and Wilford Gragg won letters. The 
regulars were ably backed up by strong reserves. 
Beadles, Robinson, Harnden, Henderson, and Neill. 
Especially noteworthy was the record of Bill Rawl- 
ings, who won all his singles matches. And, too, the 
team as a whole was outstanding, as Coach Ken- 
field's teams always are, for in addition to being well 



grounded in the fundamentals of the game each man 
played heads up. 

SEASON' S RECORD 



J.N.C. 




OPPONENTS 


9 


Wake Forest . .. 





9 


Richmond 





8 


Williams 


1 


8 


Williams 


1 


9 


Yale 


1 


9 


Yale 


1 


10 


Yale 





8 


Cornell 


1 


4 


W. &L 






9 Duke 

6 Virginia 3 

8 Davidson 1 

6 Duke 



7. 
9. 
9. 
5. 
6. 
5. 

144 



. Maryland 2 

. Presbyterian College 

. N. C. State 

. Harvard 4 

.Yale 3 

. Princeton 4 

19 



GOLF 

1939 was the last year of a decade of golf at Carolina, 
and it was fittingly successful. Led by Boyd, who played 
the number one position throughout the season, and 
Herring, who was captain of the team the Tar Heels 
shellacked teams from Hampden-Sydney, Georgia, 
Western Reserve, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, and 
Davidson; barely beat the University of Pennsylvania's 
team, and lost to Duke's. In addition it performed cred- 
itably in the State tournament and in the Southern 
Conference tournament — placing third and second 
respectively. 

SEASONS RECORD 

We They 

April 1 Hampden Sydney 16 2 

4 Georgia 14 4 

3 Western Reserve 17 1 

7 Boston College 141/, 3I/2 

8 Georgia Tech 16 2 

11 University of Pennsylvania . .14 13 

13-15 Southern Intercollegiate .. .placed second 

19 Duke 3l/> 191/) 

21 Wake Forest nyi Vl 

27 Davidson 12 6 

28 State Tournament placed third 

May 13 Southern Conference 

Tournament placed second 



Fin I Ron-: Snow, Herring, Diffendal, Boyd. 
Second Rote: R.^NEY, Kluttz, Severin, Hayes, Coach Erickson. 





BOYD 


DIFFENDAL 


HERRING 


KLUTTZ 


SEVERIN 


SNOW 



CROSS COUNTRY 




Captained by Tom Crockett, the 1939 cross country 
team won three dual meets, lost one, and ended the 
season by monopolizing the Southern Conference 
meet, taking eight of the fourteen first places. 

After defeating Davidson by a perfect score, 15-55, 
on October 21, the harriers, running in the face of 
hard wind and over a rain-soaked course, lost to the 
University of Maryland, 29-30, on October 28 in 
College Park, Mar)'land, for their only defeat of the 
season. 

The week-end following November 4, five Carolina 
mnners: Tom Crockett, Fred Hardy, Wimpy Lewis, 
Dave Morrison, and Jim Vawter; tied for first place 
against Duke, giving the Tar Heels a 15-50 win. 

Running the finest race of his three year cross country 
career, Tom Crockett paced Carolina to its second 
victor)' over Navy in its five year cross country rivalry 
on November 11. The score was 15-48, which was 
the third shutout decision of the fall. 

Fred Hardy established himself as the best cross 
country man in the Southern conference on the morn- 
ing of November 18 when he led a field of thirty-nine 
to the finish in the annual conference affair. He ran 
the five mile distance over the new Bradford-Lewis 



CROCKHTT 




FJru Roir: Vawter, Lewis. Crockett. Hardy. Morrison. Fink. 

Wise 
Second Row: Toy, Branch. Earle. Diamond. Allen, Eddy 
Third Row: Jones, Gordon, Singletary 
Fourth Row: SiEGLE, McDaniel, Ranson 



course in 26:29-8. Placing its fi\c sLOicrs in the first 
six finishers, Carolina ran up a low score of 19 points 
to take the conference cross country title for the fourth 
consecutive year. Scoring for the Tar Heels were 
Hardy, Crockett, Vawter, Lewis and Morrison. Other 
team scores were Maryland, 64; Duke, 68; Richmond, 
109; and William and Mar)', l4l. 

Wimpy Lewis, a two year letterman, was voted cap- 
tain of the 1940 team at the close of the season. 



262 



SWIMMING 



Pint Row: Mgr. Sosnowitz. Drucker, Ross, 
WooDHOusE. Capt. Mueller. McQuade. 
Thompson, Gudger. Asst. Mgr. Ruse 

Second Rote- PETERS, COXHEAD. LaNGSAM, MlTCHEL, 

Schienman, Lee. Lees. Coach Jamerson 
TilirJ Row: Meyer. Funke. Stone. Barclay. 
OsTROwsKY. Stone 



s. 



TARTING the season with a strong group of 
-.ophomores and the remains of a team that last 
winter won two of six meets and finished next-to-last 
in the conference, Carolina's varsity swimmers this 
year have made one of the finest records of any Uni- 
versity team while winning seven of eight meets and 
winning the Southern conference championship with 
a new scoring record of 60 points. 
The Tar Heel line-up was at full strength in only 
four meets, and only once did Carolina lose. That 
was when the L'niversity of Florida mermen won 
their forty-second meet in a row since April 1934 
and set pool records in all but two events. The 
Gators coach said the Carolina meet was the toughest 
his men had had in two years. 





Freshman Swimming, 1940 



.V. P. I. 
.Duke. . 



Opponents 

12 

26 



UNC 
54, , . 
40... 
42... 

40 Oak Ridge 

42 Durham High* 8 

42 Raleigh High* 34 

47 Duke 19 



.N. C. State 22 

26 



''Trian^ular meet. 



The Blue Dolphms had a perfect score ot all wms and no losses m the conference. They 
opened against Va. Tech and came within three points of a shutout. The score was 65-10. 
Carolina men won every first place, setting new school records in three. 

The Blue Dolphins then journeyed into Virginia and defeated the University of Va. 45-30, 
becoming the first Southern conference team in two years to turn the trick. (They got one 
pool record here.) William and Mary was beaten, 44-31, two days later as Sophomore Jim 
Barclay won both the 220 and 440 in record breaking times. When the mermen finished 
those two meets, they had lowered all University marks set last year in away-from-home 
pools. 

The Dolphins smashed two University and five pool records while topping VMI, 48-27, and 
gave up only two first places. 

State, having beaten Duke, was tough, but the Dolphins won with the meet depending on 
the final event, the free style relay. The score was 44-31. Then Carolina returned to Bowman 
Gray pool for the rest of the season. 

There they met Fk>rida. George Meyer, another second-year man, won the only first place 
for Carolina and set a new pool record in the 150-meter backstroke. 

The next day the Dolphins beat Washington and Lee, 40-35, with the second-stringers swim- 
ming the closing events in order to make the score more even. 

In the Duke meet the Dolphins turned on all their power and swamped the Devils, 51-24, 
for their second highest score of the year. Fleming Stone set a new school record in the 50 and 
equalled the 100 mark, and the free style relay team also got a school mark. Dickey, Moise, 
and Emmett, who won their events in the conference meet, gained Duke's only first places. 
George Meyer and Louis Scheinman continued to head the backstrokers. 

The Dolphins climaxed the season with their greatest victory. L'nderdogs before the meet, 
to Clemson, the defending champion, the Blue Dolphins became favorites almost overnight 
when they qualified 16 men for the finals. They scored 60 points to 34 for Duke and 27 for 
Clemson; this total was the first team score over 50 points in the history of the meet. Fleming 
Stone won the 50 and 100-meter free style sprints and set school records in both, and 
anchored the winning free style relay which added a pool record to its school mark. He 
received a cup as the most valuable swimmer in the meet. Jim Barclay won the 200 for 
Carolina's other first, and was third in the 400 behind Emmet and Billy Stone. 
Fleming Stone and Jim Barclay were elected co-captains of the team for 1940, succeeding 
Ed Mueller. 



WRESTLING 



C. 




BLACKMER, CAPTAIN 



AROLINA'S wrestling team, this year, won four out 
of seven matches and captured the Big Five Championship 
and the State Championship. 

The wrestler's opening match against VPI resuUed in a 
25-13 victory for them, as they dropped but two bouts. 
Pick HamUn (121), Charles Tillet (128), Wah Blackmer 
(136), Gordon DeLoach (145), Clarence Idol (155), and 
Roger Weil (165) won; while Winston Broadfoot (175) 
and Steve Forrest, regular 165 pounder, lost. 

Navy was hot on January 20 when the Carolina wrestlers 
lost a hard fought match by a 29-3 count. Walt Blackmer 
saved the UNC boys from a shutout defeat by a decision 
over Navy's 136-pound fighter. Tillet, Sasser, Hamlin, 
DeLoach, and Broadfoot put up scrappy fights, but were 
overpowered. 

Against 'VMI Carolina's wrestling forces started off like a 
house afire. Devant, breaking into the 121-pound class, 
and Tillet won the first two bouts. Blackmer fought his 
opponent to a draw; but from then on the cadets took full 
control. They defeated Carolina liyi'lVl- 

Nearly shutting out Davidson, 20-8, with clean-cut, accurate 
wrestling Carolina lost only two bouts and they were in the 
heavier weights. In the feature bout of the match, Mac- 
Fayden decisioned Weil of Carolina. Except for this and 
defeat in the unlimited bout, the Carolina wrestlers proved 
superior to Davidson. 

In the W. & L. match the wrestlers fought one of the finest 
bouts of the season, but lost 18-12. Gene Davant's 121- 
pound victory was the feature bout as Davant rallied after 
injury to win by decision. Tillet, McNeil, and Torrey each 
won in a convincing manner. 




Pint Row: Johnson. Hamlin, Tillet, Urqhart. Blackmer. 
Devant, Broadfoot. DeLoach. Kemper 

Second Ron-: Coach Quinlan. Torrey. Gregory, Hill. Forrest. 
Weil. Mors. Cooper. Taylor 



State's team was easily defeated, I6V2-7V2. esen though 
State won the first bout, in the 121-pound class, and Mur- 
dock fought Tillet to a draw, for from then on the match 
was all Carolina; except for State's win in the 175-pound 
class. 

Just preceding the final meet, Blackmer was elected captain 
for the season; and then the team shellacked Duke for the 
State and Big Five titles as Tillet, Weil, Forrest, and Greg- 
ory won decisive victories. Duke forfeited in the 121- and 
136-pound classes, Blackmer was decisioned in a close, hard 
fight, and Don Torrey was decisioned by Bolo Perdue. 

Thus the season closed with a pleasant victory over Duke, 
and since only Walt Blackmer graduates. Coach Quinlan is 
looking forward with optimism toward next year's season. 



FENCING 



For the third successive season Carolina 
best in the South. 



Fencing Team is the 



Varsity Record: 

UNC Opponents 

81/2 Winston-Salem YMCA 81/2 

10 South Carolina 3 

16 Virginia . 11 

8 William & Mary 19 

151/2 Loyola III/2 

15 Johns Hopkins 12 

14 Hofstra 13 

13 Rutgers 14 

71/2 Seton Hall 19V2 



Eastern Intercollegiates, Easton, Pa. 
North Carolina, third. 



Individual 



Foil— Joe Boak, 2nd. 
Epee — Henry SmernofF, 3rd. 
Richard Freudenheim, 
Saber — Allan Bloom, 2nd. 



3rd. 



South Atlantic Tournament, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

North Carolina first. (Team winners in foil and saber.) 

Individual winners were: Foil — Allan Bloom and Joe Boak, firsts; 
Dave Malone, 2nd. Epee — Henry Smernoff, 2nd. Saber — Bloom 
and Boak firsts ; Lome Payne, 2nd. 




S/.niding: Mgrs. Stoff. 
Wise ; Sears. F a r r i s , 
Stich. Spicer, Vinokur. 
Fischer 

Sealed : Finch, Freud- 
HEiM. Whvte, Co-Cap- 
tain Bloom and Boak. 
Malone, Payne, Tol- 
MACH, Williamson 



Coach Staff: Stoff. Im- 
brez, McDuffey, Easter- 
ling, Wallace, Ebel 



FRESHMAN RECORD 
UNC Opponents 

5 Augusta Military Academy 4 

3 Augusta Military Academy 6 

4 Wardlaw Prep 5 



^yesk 



man 




First Row: NICHOLSON, 

Miller. Wolf, Petti- 
grew. Whitten. Levine, 
O'Hedy. Pesha. Pecora, 
Coach Tatum, Coach 
Barclay 

Secoiid Rou-: Johnson, 
Cooper, Jones. Hey- 
mann, rothey, mi- 
CHAELS, Frye. Snyder, 
Webb. Fisher. Coach 
Jamerson 

Third Rou : EvANS. CoOK. 
Briggs. Thomas. Graham. 
Saunders. Sigler. Heim- 

OVITCH. GeNSBERG 

Fourth Rou: Linewine. 
Adams. Crowson. Rivikis. 
Shanlser. Berkely. 
Barksdale. Vogt. Mar- 
shall 

Fijth Rou-: Bennett. 
Bullock. Austin. Hod- 
ges. Traisen. White. 
Coach Morrios 



UootLil, 1939 



Record 
October 13 



UNC 
19. 



Opponent 

V. P. 1 6 

.Wake Forest 25 

.N. C. State 

.Virginia 14 

Duke _0 

45 




Firsi Rou-: Perry. Miller. 
Paine. Antolini. Moore. 
Schnell. Marks. Black- 
stone, Mgr. Snyder 

Second Row: CoACH SlE 
wart. Honan. Nelson 
Curry. Byerly. Saun 

DERS. HuBER. KeNSFIELD, 

Suggs, McCachren 
Coach Mollis 



BaiLtlall, 1940 

UNC Opponents 

35 High Point High 27 

33 Wake Forest 48 

42 Durham High 68 

55 N. C. State 51 



-is Wingate Junior College 25 

41 Wake Forest 38 

35 Chattanooga High 28 

52 Davidson 29 

45 Duke 32 

44 Lees-McRae 33 

41 N. C State 39 

47 Campbell College 40 

27 Duke 23 



SPORTS 



EasaUtl, 1939 

Coach — Hammond Strayhorn 

RECORD 

We 

March 2^ >X'ardlaw* 6 

28 Wardlaw* 23 

29 Wardlaw* 6 



They 



April 5 Burlington High School* 10 

UN. C. State 2 

14 Belmont High School* 5 

19 Greensboro High School* 6 

20 Durham High School* 17 

26 Oak Ridge* 4 

May 1 Wake Forest 6 

4 Wake Forest* 5 

•5 Duke* 9 

6 Charlotte High School* 6 

*Home Game 




First Row: Snipes, Moore, 
Blond. Meyers. Frye. 
Geisten 

Second Row: Sherman, 
Carraway, Secher. Pope. 
Benton. Cox. Miller 

Third Row: CoACH Stray- 
horn. Mgr. Cantor. 
Stallings. Thompson. 
Reynolds. Femister, 
Finn. Edwards. Farrell. 
McCombs 



Fir it Row: Eddy. Hut- 
chinson. Brantley. El- 
liot. Wise. Wells. Mc- 
IvER. Sherman. Coxhead. 
Branch. Geis 

Second Rou-: Smathers. 
Stahler. Craft, Raynor. 
Whitney, Eddy. Vawter. 
Demari. Hopkins. Spar- 
row. McLeod. Ricks. 
Daughtery. Stepp 

Third Row: Sims. Whar- 
ton. Suntheimer. Adams. 
Olive. Mergel. Harvey. 
Cole. Daniels, Diamond. 
Earle. Partridge, Weil, 
Leaming. Lewis 



IJ^acl, 1939 



UNC 
65,. 
62. . 



Opponents 

Duke 61 

. Duke 64 



Carolina's A, A. U. Meet: Carolina Freshmen, 1st. 
Duke Freshmen, 2nd. 



J'i'esk 



man 



Wredlin^, 1940 



UNC 

25 . 
151/2- 
36 . 
13 . 

26 . 
26 . 



Opponents 



v. P. 1 13 

.V. M. 1 121/2 

. Davidson 

.W. & L 19 

.N. C. State 10 

.Duke 10 




Firs! Row: Redfern, Hen- 
derson, Co-Captain Mc- 
Keever. C o - C a p t a I n 
Clement, Gleisher, Ja- 
cobs, Yates 

Second Row: WiLKERSON, 
KuLP. MoRDiCAi, Staples, 
Gravely. Taylor, Coop- 
er. Coach Quinlan 



f/n/ Ron: Coach Ron- 
man. Britt. Levine. Har- 
ris, Pittman, Krause, 
Mgr. Richter 

Second Row: Mgr. Silver- 
man. Edwards. Brooks, 
Requa, Bagby, Pethick, 
Mgr. Cohn 



i^oxinf, 1940 



UNC 

3 .. 
3 . . 
41/2 . . 
5 . . 



.N. C State 
.Virginia . . 
.V. P. I. .. . 



Opponent> 



.5 
.5 



.Duke 3 




MDNDGRAM CLUB 



T. 



Ill have w(in varsity letters 
and t'l \v(irk toward better 



ut (if school ; Dave 



DAVE MORRISON 

President 



HE Monogram Club is composed of all students v 
in an intercollegiate sport at Carolina. 

Its purpose is to provide closer ties between the athletes 
spirit and more outstanding teams for the future. 

Early in the fall quarter illness forced President Zink to drop 
Morrison acted as president for the rest of the year. 

In the fall the Monogram Club sponsored the grid-graph report of the U. N. C. — 
Tulane game and was host to graduate monogram men at the homecoming game. 
The club has devoted most of its time this year to plans for the furnishing of the 
Monogram room in Wollen Gymnasium. Lack of funds has caused delay in com- 
pletion of this project. 

The Annual High School Monogram Club Conference was sponsored by the letter- 
men in March. The aim of this meeting is to acquaint North Carolina boys with 
Carolina and especially with its athletic system, so that they may carry current 
ideas back to their respective schools. 

One bit of progress which has been instituted is the substitution of one large 
annual awards meeting in the spring for the previous quarterly awards programs. 
A banquet for the lettermen is being held on this occasion. 

Officers: President — George Zink; Mie-Prendtnt — Dave yionison; Secretary — Royce Jennings ; Treasurer — Jimmy Howard; Repretent- 
Mire on the Athletic Council — Fred Hardy. 

Members: O. H. Allen, L. F. Abernathy, D. C. Baker, J. A. Barclay, T. N. Brafford, A. A. Bershak, R. H. Bridges, Walter Blackmer, 
Mike Bobbit, D. H. Bowman, D. H. Boyd, Henry Branch, Julian Brantley, W. G. Broadfoot, R. E. Clark, R. L. Connor, B. M. Cooper, 
Bill Corpening, W. R. Cowper, G. L. Coxhead, Tom Crockett, F. M. Cuneo, Gene Davant, Jim Davis, C. W. Dawson, M. D. Drucker, 
D. D. Desich, E. R. Dickerson, Charles Diffendale, E. B. Dilworth, Harry Dunkle, J. D. Elliott, Bill Fairchith, R. A. Farris, C. E. Fink, 
S. T. Forrest, Andy Gennett, Robert Gersten, J. G. Gifford, Dan Gilliam, George Glamack, W. J. Gordon, S. T. Gregory, W. L. Groves, 
J. L. Gudger, F. T. Hardy, Neal Herring, R, E. Hermson, J. T. Hilton, W. W. Hines, E. N. Hoffman, F. M. Holmes, Tom Holmes, 
Jimmy Howard, E. A. Hubbard, Hal Jennings, Royce Jennings, J. C. Johnston, J. M. Joyner, Gates Kimball, J. T. Kirpatrick, Chuck 
Kline, Clarence Kluttz, Jim Lalanne, B. M. Lee, Whitlock Lees, W. H. Lewis, Jim Mallory, Harry March, Al Mathes, George Meyer, 
Court Mitchell, T. A. McQuade, Dave Morrison, E. R. Mueller, C. E. Mullis, J. M. Nash, A. G. Nowell, G. B. Patrick, E. V. Patterson, 
Henry Pessar, W. J. Peters, George Radman, W. A. Raney, George Ralston, W. 'H. Rawlings, C. A. Rich, Powell Richards, W. R. Richard- 
son, C. F. Rider, Foy Roberson, F. M. Rogers, O. B. Ross, R. T. Rose, K. C. Royall, Jr., J. B. Russell, S. H. Sadoff, D. E. Sanders, 
Claude Sapp, Paul Severin, L. J. Scheinmann, R. C. Sieck, C. A. Slagle, Leo Slotntck, Bob Smith, R. E. Snow, George Stirnweiss, Billy 
Stone, F. Stone, Charles Sunstein, Carl Suntheime;-, Charles Tillet, Matty Topkins, Don Torry, W. M. Thompson, L. W. Turner, B. Urqu- 
hart, I. E. Vawtcr, N. M. Walker, W. C. Wagner, G. W. Watson, Jim Woodson, R. Weil, R. C. Worley. R. A. White, V. S. Winborne, 
Wallace Winbourne, E. G. Winstead, W. A. Winstead, A. L. Wise, Noel Woodhouse. 





A.& 



_ ( 



INTRAMURAL RECORDS 



MANGUM 

DORMITORY 

TAG FOOTBALL 

CHAMPIONS 



S.A.E. 

TAG 

FOOTBALL 

CHAMPIONS 




SPRING 1939 

Dor»i 

Tennis Medical School . . 

Playground Ball B. V. P 

Track Mangum 

Handball Everett 



Fraternily 
. St. Anthony Hal 
. Zeta Psi 
. Zeta Psi 

Phi Delta Theta 



FALL 1939 



Tag Football Mangum . 

Swimming Lewis . . . 

Wrestling 'K" 

Handball Lewis . . . 



.SAE 
SAE 
.Zeta Psi 




LEWIS DORMITORY 

BASKETBALL 

CHAMPIONS 



KAPPA SIGMA 

BASKETBALL 

CHAMPIONS 



Basketball . . . 
Volley Ball. . 
Table Tennis. 
Foul Shooting 



WINTER 1940 

Lewis Kappa Sig 

Lewis Chi Psi 

Mangum Sigma Chi 

•K" SAE 




TERRELL EVERETT 



7; 



HE Women's Athletic Association during the 
year 1939-1940 was very progressive in that for the 
first time in the history of the organization, a con- 
stitution was made up and adopted. The constitution 
sets forth the purpose of the organization, how the 
organization functions and the requirements for par- 
ticipation and receipt of awards, which are made 
every two quarters. 




WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



In the fail, a representative, select group of girls at- 
tended a Play Day at the Woman's College in 
Greensboro. Members of this group won positions 
in badminton, archery, shuffleboard, tennis, and swim- 
ming. 

Basketball was the main feature during the winter 
quarter, with a series of games between the dormi- 
tories, the sororities, and the town girls. The tourna- 
ment was won by the graduate girls, and they 
received the placque offered to the winners. The 
outstanding girls from each group were awarded let- 
ters and made up the university co-ed team. 

During the spring quarter the W.A.A. sponsored 
Sadie Hawkins day, having a Play Day in Woolen 
Gymnasium, and concluding the day with a dance. 

Letters and awards were made in the spring quarter 
to all girls who were outstanding in activities during 
the previous quarters. A tournament series similar to 
that held in basketball during the winter quarter was 
held in badminton, golf, archery, and tennis. 



Firii Row: Mrs. Beard, Moore. Everett, Lewis. Holmes. 

Second Rote: McGibony, Williams, Gates, Knight, Johnston. Messenger. 





Dalton and Johnston. . .li's 
a rackett 



ConceiHratioii . . .Tense moments 



En Garde 




^ 



^ 




THE FUN WE HAD 



^ 



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%^. 




ALPHA DELTA PI 



ijeta LApsiion L^kapL 
^daUlikei 1939 




Date Fraternity Founded: May 15, 1851; 
Publication: Star And Crefceni: 
Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley ; Colors: Em- 
erald Green and White. 




s. 



ARAH FRANCES . . . photogenic . . . coo . . . Betas 
. . . "Copy"; Britt . . . miniatures . . . Mary Rice 
Texas . . . the theatah . . . bridge; Margaret . . . white 
rats . . . chocolate sundaes . . . psychology; Mary 
tidbit . . . diet . . . punchy; Marie . . . sailing . . . Maine 
. . . artistic; Diana . . . skiboots . . . Vassar . . . thor- 
oughbred; Betty . . . dream girl . . . scholastic ... en- 
thusiasm; Sarah . . . heavy operator . . . "It" . . . nifty; 
Alice . . . V. P. I. . . . golf . . . poise; Martha . . . 
Florida . . . football . . . model; Frances ... my Bill 
. . . Raleigh . . . optimist; Helen . . . dimples . . . charm 
. . . fashion; Hallie . . . initiative . . . dependable . . . 
aesthetic; Dot . . . limelight . . . Tar Heel . . . phone; 
Sis . . . Camay . . . wholesome . . . Auburn; "G" . . . 
Mademoiselle . . . genuine . . . conservative; Frannie 
. . . McCelland Barclay . . . bracelets . . . smooth; L. Mae 
. . . nail polish . . . featherbrain . . . sleep; Blanche . . . 
Emily Post . . . amicable . . . refined; Bettie . . . Alabama 
. . . Bill . . . straightforward; Georgia . . . Citadel . . . 
natural . . . lovely; Virginia . . . law school . . . coaching 
. . . sincere . . . worth . . . contralto . . . "Oh Hell" . . . 
dynamo; Kitty . . . vivacious . . . Village Inn . . . social 
work; Breazie . . . Beta Kappa . . . S. C. . . . dependable; 
Bobby . . . dark . . . lipstick . . . unusual . . . streamline; 
Caroline . . . confident . . . delectable . . . Wellesley. 



Bason Bothwell Breazeale 

Brogan Brown Buckelew 

Burroughs Chandler Clampitt 





Graduate School: Liidie Bothwell, Mary Rice Brogen, Elizabeth Carr. Helen Greever 
Copenhaver, Sarah Frances Crosby, Espie Fuller, Sarah Bellamy Hall, Margaret Hen- 
derson, Mary Leona Ruffin. 




Juniors: Mary Burnham Bason, Marie McClelland. 

Pledges: Barbara Burroughs, Mary Louise Breazeale, Betty Brown, Frances Selma 
Bucklew, Hallie Chandler, Martha Bryan Clampitt, Mary Alan Clinard, Blanche 
Martha Cook, Caroline Landon Dalton, Frances Dyckman, Diana Harrison Foote, 
Evelyn Virginia Mary, Elizabeth Gentry Moore, Helen Virginia Plyler, Georgiana Pent- 
large, Georgia Stithe Poole, Julia Antoinette Porter, Dorothy Pratt, Sarah Frances 
Ruark, Adelaide Hayden Sanford, Laura Male Shaver, Alice Bond Wells, Katherine 
Pretlow Williams, Virginia Etheridge Worth. 



Clinard Cook 

Hall Henderson 

Pratt Plyler 



Copenhaver Crosby 

McClelland Mary 

Ruark Sanford 



Dalton Dyckman 

Moore Pentlarge 

Shaver Wells 



Foote Fuller 

Poole Porter 

Williams Worth 




277 



ALPHA TAU DMEGA 

.^ydlp/ia ^Jelta L.tiapter 
^itaLLU 1879 




,*-<- 



Date Fraternity founded; September 11, 
1865 ; Publication: Palm; Flower; White 
Tea Rose; Colors: Sky Blue and Old 
Gold-. 




<%^IFE at the ATO house begins at 8:30 A. M. and 
continues noisily for twenty-four hours with great hall 
"bull-sessions" ruling as the favorite pastime ... re- 
minding us that Brother Jones can shoot more bull in 
one minute than any other brother can in ten. Scenes 
reminiscent of the 1939-40 season depict BMOCDavis 
"Buccaneering" . . . "Deacon" Patrick warbling bless- 
ings over food which Chick declares unfit for even a 
pledge . . . Year Book Editor Lynch pleading with the 
Dean about Soph picture fees . . . Brother Yount, house 
dictator, chasing kitchen raiders . . . the Diffendals tee- 
ing off . . . Moze waking up just in time to miss his 
twelve o'clock class . . . Stinfonian Carpenter sponsor- 
ing Fritz Kreisler . . . Davenport and Ashby as smooth 
as ever . . . German scholar Wright being easily per- 
suaded by Pledge Lord to go to Harry's . . . McClinic 
smashing swimming records . . . Burgyn and Lewis 
Raleigh-bound . . . Jitter-bugs Crews and Cam truckin' 
... all combining to make an excellent college year. 



Allen Anthony Ashby 

Bridgers Britt Burgwyn 

Carpenter Crews Davenport 









Faculty: Oliver Kelly Cornwell, Gwynne Harris Daggett, Charles Perry Erickson, 
James Gilbert Evans, Keener Chapman Frazer, Fletcher Melvin Green, Howard Rus- 
sell Huse, Dougald MacMillan, Gerald Raleigh McCarthy, Atwell Campbell Mcintosh, 
Danield Allen McPherson, Floyd Theodore Siewart, Thomas James Wilson, Jr., Rex 
Shelton Winslow. 

Law School: James Hinton Pou Bailey. 

Medical School: Alvis Barnes Dickson. 

Seniors: John Gay Britt, Willis Thomas Carpenter, James Evans Davis, Charles Ed- 
ward Diftendal, Jr., John Franklin Lynch, Jr., Powell Murchison, Thomas Broadway 
Royster, Ralph Chalmers Tolar, Thomas Marshall West, Ernest Harshaw Yount, Jr. 

Juniors: Robert Strange Bridgers, William Trammel Davenport, John Charles Grier, 
Philip Wiley Haigh, William Erwin Jones, Thadeus Tuttle Moser, Ralph Clinton Pat- 
rick, Clarence Leroy Shuping, George William Shipp, Jr., George Lee Simpson, Jr., 
Hamilton Polk LInderwood, Vincent Brown Wright. 

Sophomores: Thomas Walton Alien, Marvin Pope Anthony, Percy Rudolph Ashby, 
Henry King Burgwyn, James Washington Crews, John Walker Diffendal, Cameron 
Murchison, Robert Milton Olive, Armistead Burwell Smith, Jr., John Franklin Thomp- 
son. 

Pledges: Harry Miller Bryant, Jeremiah Devel Griesemer, George Pickard Hogan, 
Phillip Alston Lewis, Forrest Battle Long, Ernest Grier Lord, William Newton Mc- 
Clintic, Jr., Robert Lee Saunders, William Downing Watkins, Henry Williams. 



Davis 


Dickson 


Diffendal, C. E. 


Diffendal, J. W. 


Grier 


Haigh 


Jones 


Lewis 


Lord 


Lynch 


McClintic 


Moser 


Murchison 


Olive 


Patrick 


Royster 


Shipp 


Shuping 


Simpson 


Smith 


Thompson 


Tolar 


L'nderwood 


Watkins 


West 


Wright 


Yount 








279 



BETA THETA PI 

(L-itaDlisnea 1832 




Date Fraternity Founded: August 8, 
1839; Publication: Beta Theta Pi; 
Flower: Rose; Colors: Light Shades of 
Pink and Blue. 




®. 



• ETA drags on in true dragon fashion with "Little 
Ole Lady" Mom Owsley — grinning "Worm Felts" — 
Percy the Passion Flower Stockton — Cash and Carry 
Butler — A. C. Hall, corrupted casanova — Committee- 
man Garland — Penn, self-help student — Ham- nose 
Speight — Battling Bledsoe — Ears Foran — Esquire Hines 
— Charlie McCarthy Winkler — The beautivul Rossnick 
— Grady, "the Red" Stevens — Dopey Swain — Old Man 
Cole— "Lovin' Lois" Ballard— Wilmer Webb— "Dick" 
Disney — Lt. Lulu Wilson — "Doc" Humphries — Bing- 
ham Reeves — Hugh "Mahatma" Hole — Small Florida 
Brooks — "Jabo" Webster — Dangerous Don Sager — Pea 
Head Lambeth — Deb-chaser Horton — "Boo" Little — 
"Pebble" Grant — Brain Trust Woodroof — Petty See- 
man — "Pig" Hahlon Long — Procrastinating Cowhig — 
"Rabbi" Person — Pew on Pou — Roberts the roule — Sir 
Malcolm Schenk — Catfish Dalton — Dead-end Woodall 
—Mr. P. J. White— Personality Kid MiUis (Chops) — 
Reverend CoUett — Cutie Bowles — Main Line Harvey — 
Dog House Bayne — Happy Dave Reid — Big Chris 
Atomizer Siewers — Onebush Singletary — Docs Sambo 
and Curtis and Speedy . . . Any mention of persons 
living or dead is purely coincidental and not subject to 
suit. 



Bowles Bledsoe Butler 

Cole Collett Cowhig 

Daltiin Felts Garland 









Faculty: Kent James Brown, William Lange, Edwin Shephard Miller, Robert 
Sharpe. 

Law School: James Wiggin Coan, John Griffith Johnson. 

Graduate School: John Bourke McDevitt. 

Seniors: William Medearis Butler, Walter Francis Cole, Roger Alpine Grant, Alonzo 
Cleveland Hall, Jr., William Walker Hines, Frank Reid Penn, James McCausland 
Ross, Albert Cecil Woodroof. 

Juniors: Thomas Ruffin Bledsoe, Hargrove Bowles, Jr., James Rountree CoUett, 
James Boyce Garland, Charles Oliver Humphries, Walter Moore Lambeth, Jr., Wil- 
liam Hartv,'ell Little, Henry Albin Millis, Jr., Christian Fogle Siewers, William Vance 
Singletary, Norman Vaughn Stockton, Jr., Harry Winkler, Jr. 

Sophomores: David Clarke Ballard, Wesley Vansant Disney, Walter Edge Foran, 
Hugh Stanley Hole, Mahlon Harris Long, Jr., William Henry Seeman, Randolph 
Louis Speight, William Grady Stevens, Donald Frank Wilson. 

Pledges: Hugh Gayle Bayne, Richard Lawrence Cowhig, Frank Dalton, William 
Lacy Felts, Fredrick Bell Harvey, Malcus Sylvester Horton, Robert Harry Norris, Rich- 
ard Becton Person, Edwin Smith Pou, Landon Haynes Roberts, Donald Lee Sager, 
Paul Wilfong Schenck, Robert Stringfield Swain, Joseph Bartlett Webster, Richard 
Alan White, Thorton Sanders Woodall. 



Grant Hall Hines Hole Hubbard Humphries Lambeth Millis Person 

Pou Reeves Roberts Ross Scherer Seeman Siewers Singletary Speight 

Stevens Stockton Webb White Wilson Winkler Woodall Woodroof 












^^ yd 





CHI DMEGA 

C^piiion iSeta (chapter 
C^itabtiiked 1923 







Date Fraternity founded: April 5, 1895; 
Publication: Elevsis; Flower: White 
Carnation; Colors: Cardinal and Straw. 



Th 



HAT first day back at school with its happy renewal 
of friendships, exchanges of confidences, avid interest 
in the new girls who from all available sources are 
reported to be cuter than ever before and feeling in- 
clined to agree after careful inspection, and just plain 
pure joy at being back in Chapel Hill . . . First big prob- 
lem, how to fit last year's thirty-hve pledges into a four- 
teen girl house . . . Second big problem, the inevitable 
rush week with its hectic sessions but happy outcome. 
Rush parties with Mary Wood's clever version of the 
■Wizard of Oz, Lois Barnes and Mickey "Warren as 
prissy school marms, and Terry Everett's incessant 
candid camera shots . . . Happiest recollections, the Chi 
O pledge dance at the 'W^ashington-Duke, the smoothy 
football breakfast at the Carolina Inn given by the 
pledges for the actives, and the slumber-house party 
where we did everything but slumber . . . Glumest recol- 
lections, as always — exams, and worse yet — compre- 
hensives, and Chapel Hill's rainy season resulting in 
uncurled locks and wet feet . . . Orchids: to Jo Martin 
for a swell job of leadership, to Mrs. Klutz for careful 
concern for her girls, especially those Sunday morning 
breakfasts, to Mickey Warren for being the first coed 
to hold a class office, and finally to our pledges, whose 
grand cooperation make this year a happy and success- 
ful one. 




Ames Barnes Blair 

Bowman Brown Burrus 

Easley Everett Fountain 






Graduate School: Mary Farley Ames, Mary Deborah McColl. 

SuNiORs: Lois Barnes, Elizabeth Shearer Blair, Mary Erdene Bowman, Eloise Mc- 
Gowin Brown, Blanche Evelyn Burrus, Sylvia Burt Cullum, Lucy Gary Easley, 
Terrell Oliver Everett, Susan Rankin Fountain, Jeanne Charlotte Herrmann, Altajane 
Holden, Peggy Holmes, Margaret Louise Hudson, Sarah Hurdis, Marian Igo, Mary 
Carlton Jackson, Helen Ann Jacobs, Martha Laetitia Kelly, Margaret Jane Leonard, 
Josephine Martin, Jean Gordon Mclndoe, Elizabeth Fentress Orton, Mabel Eloise Par- 
ish, Mary Emma Robbins, Ruth Curtis Robeson, Marian Dorothea Sedwick, Mary Jane 
Taylor, Nancy Scull Taylor, Margaret Christine Thompson, Elizabeth Murray Warren, 
Elizabeth Milton Weaver, Mary Dorothy Wood, Eleanor Frances Worthington. 



Pledges: Pattye Rachel Bryant, Marjorie Lovelace Burrus, Ladye Barnard Carpenter, 
Virginia Dare Gates, Mary Tilson Edwards, Mary Anne Hawkins, Mary Frances Heath, 
Rosalyn Pearl Holmes, Marjorie Elizabeth Johnston, Jean Morse Littell, Emogene Mc- 
Gibony, Mariana Farrell Milner, Ernestine Irene Noe, Sarah Jane Putman, Florence 
Jane Rumsey, Louise Dudley Smith, Ella Keen Steel, Louise Stiefelmeyer, Janet Mary 
Watson, Ann Elizabeth Williams, Isabella Bea Wolf, Zoe Ellen Young. 



Hawkins Herrmann Holden Holmes Hudson Hurdis 

Kelly Leonard Loaring — Clark Martin Mclndoe Orton 

Sedwick Stiefelmeyer Taylor, M. J. Taylor, N. Thompson Warren 



Igo 


Jackson 


Jacobs 


Parish 


Robeson 


Robbins 


Weaver 


Wood 


Worthington 




283 



CHI PHI 

^^tpka ^^Ipka L^kapter 
L^itaoUiked 1858 




Date Fraternity Founded; December 24, 
1824; Publication: Chjcketl; Colors: 
Scarlet and Blue. 




Alexander Brown 

Cooper Cross 



Burnette 
Donovan 



^u 



'LPHA ALPHA CHAPTER of Chi Phi is the 
modern successor of the old Alpha Chapter which was 
one of the first fraternities on the Carolina campus. 
Since 1924 the chapter has been located at its present 
home. 

A few of the more widely seen Chi Phi's on the campus 
include chapter president, Bob Sloan, who mixes soci- 
ology and campus politics; Tex Cooper, a Connecticut 
Yankee who doesn't object to feminine southern hospi- 
tality; Bart Cross, whose only drawback to the title of 
Chi Phi's gift to the women is a slight case of falling 
hair; Bud Wills, who believes that the two main parts 
of an education are co-eds and week-end parties; Bro 
Hargrove and Bob Alexander, who can be seen jitter- 
bugging at any campus dance; and P. Rufus Brown, 
who has never been known to catch an 8:30 class or 
miss a 1:30. 






Graduaie School: Willis Anderson Sutton, Jr. 

Law SrHOOi.: Philip Edward Lucas. 

Skniors: Robert Alexander, Arthur Barton Cross, Vincent Montsinger, Alfred Win- 
ton Perry, Robert Stanley Sloan, John Marion Taylor, Jr. 

Juniors: Pinckney Rufus Brown, Archie Raymond Burnette, Jr., John Raymond 
Cooper, Walter Clark Hargrove, James Edward Perry, Jr., Alfred Edward Phelps, 
Brewster Rogerson, John Wilson Smith, William James Walker, Allen Wills. 

Sophomores: Richard Henry Farley, George Grotz, IH, John Moultrie Oliver, Wert 
Baxter Rhyne, James Sheek, Stephen White Siddle, Jr., Rogers Terrell Smith, William 
Jennings Swink. 

Pledges: Charles Joseph Donovan, Leon Hartson Height, Jr., Roger Wilkinson King, 
John Donald Scouller. 



Farley Grotz Hargrove King Lucas Perry Perry Rhyne Rogerson 

Scouller Sheek Siddle s|,,an smith I W Smith, R. T. Sutton Swink Taylor Walker 







1M 



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CHI PSI 

^iama (chapter 
(LitabUsked 1855 




Date Fraternity Founded: May 20, 1841; 
Publication: Purple and Gold; Colors: 
Purple and Gold. 




J. HE lodge is located on the highest spot in Chapel 
Hill, a former plantation site, and is in the center of a 
three-acre lot noted for its large boxwood and ancient 
oaks. 

Identified as the last stop before Carrboro on the juice 
boy's route, Chipsies find that living away from the 
campus and fraternity groups is conclusive to closer 
companionship among its two score members. The boys, 
natives of ten states from Texas to Maine, are able to 
correlate successfully a membership made up of equal 
parts of in-state and out-of-state students. 

President Phil Walker, letterman hurdler and Phi Bete, 
was joined on the track team this year by Tool Eddy 
and Jack Stabler. The basketball squad counted Ben 
Dilworth, Bill Watson, Bill Neely, and Chuck Harnden 
(also on the tennis team), among its mates. Easy to 
find politicking on Franklin Street were junior class 
vice-president Chunk Jenkins, Davis and Damon of the 
freshmen, and in Graham Memorial Jim McAden of 
the publications and CPU. Letterman Gwynn Nowell 
and Jun Gugert work the year round for Coach Ray- 
mond B. Wolf. When not washing windows or raking 
oak leaves the pledges could be found on the frosh 
tennis, cross country, track, basketball and boxing teams. 



Ackerman 


Andrews 


Armentrout 


Baker 


Brown 


Burgess 


Davis 


Dilworth 


Fddv 









^A '^A 





K 



Faculty: Robert Erwin Coker, William Chambers Coker, Arthur Russell HoUett, 
William Gardner Mor^qan, Walter Spearman, Geort^e (]ofiin Taylor. 

Law School: Samuel Richardson Leager, John Albert McRae, Jr. 

Seniors: Donald Godfrey Ackerman, Hal Byerly Armentrout, Humphrey Butler 
Brown, Ben Bentley Dilworth, James Wardlaw Perrin, Jr., Philip Alfred Walker. 

Juniors: Brooks Francis Burtt, William Clayton Farris, William Gould, Charles 
Elmer Harnden, Jr., George Pressley Jenkins, Archie Lindsay, Archie Nock Mcintosh, 
Donald Holmes Neill, Frederick Page Seymour, George William Watson. 

Sophomores: John Allen Eddy, Marc Edward Ferrand, Francis Albert Gugert, Don- 
ald Howe Morse, William Collins Neely, Alton Gwynne Nowell, John Edward Ferry, 
Frederick Kenneth Schmidt, James Steck Sherwood. 

Fledges: Thomas Elliott Andrews, Harrison Porter Baker, Cale Kight Burgess, John 
Franklin Davis, Wilton Evans Damon, Robert Miles Heitzeberg, Robert Warren Judd, 
Edward Hollis Keator, John Fawcett Kenfield, Jr., George Wright Meyer, Taylor 
O'Bryan, George Henry Paine, Richard Bliss Pethick, John Rainear Stabler. 



Everett 


Farris 


Ferrand 


Fonvielle 


Gould 


Gugert 


Harnden 


Jenkins 


Judd 


Keator 


Kenfield 


King 


Lindsay 


McAden 


Mclntosii 


Meyer 


Neely 


Neill 


Nowell 


OBryan 


Perry 


Pethick 


Sciimidt 


Stabler 


Walker 


Watson 


Wright 








DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

vSeta L^kapter 
(L-staoUsnea 1831 




Date Fraternity Founded: June 22, 1844; 
Publication: Delta Kappa E p s i I o n 
Quarterly; Flower: Pansy; Colors: Crim- 
son, Blue, and Gold. 




"AJeLTA kappa EPSILON was founded in 1864 at 
Yale University. One policy of the national chapter 
established at this time was that of selecting institutions 
for new chapters before selecting men to whom a charter 
should be intrusted. And so Beta of Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon was founded at the Universit)' of North Carolina 
in April, 1851, founded in the atmosphere of an excel- 
lent University and intrusted to outstanding students. 
At once Beta's activity on the campus toward the ful- 
fillment of Delta Kappa's goal was apparent. That there 
might be that proper balance which forms a well- 
rounded, cultured gentleman, members of the chapter 
combined good fellowship, genuine scholarship, and 
campus attainment; but were temporarily interrupted 
by the Civil War. (Of 103 living members 77 certainly, 
and probably 87, served in the Confederate ranks.) In 
1866, after the turbulent time of carpet bag days, Beta 
was reestablished and began moving again toward its 
goal. The progress of this movement and the distinction 
of its success, which proclaim Beta's preeminence, are 
characterized and traced in the lives of prominent mem- 
bers who have been outstanding in life as Carolina men 
and as Dekes. 



Alexander Bobbitt Brawley 

Carlton, G. Carlton, P. Carroll 

Davis, J. W. Davis, R. L. Ghegan 






Faculty: Dr. William Morton Dc-y, Frank Dulfcy, Rogers Dey Whicliard. 

Graduates: William Capchart Harney, James Leake Woodson. 

Law School: Donncll CWlliam, Jr., Joseph Bunn Ramsey, Jr., Claiborne Royall, Jr. 

Seniors: Drury Willis Ghegan, Thomas Dupree Higgins, Peter Sterling Hitchcock, 
Kenneth Claiborne Royall, Jr., Lawson Withers Turner, Jr. 

Juniors: Sydenham Benoni Alexander, J.imes Shober Brawley, Philip Rahm Carlton, 
Jr., Benjamin Robert Carroll, William Wilis Green, Jr., William Ludier Hand, Jr., 
Clyde Gates Kimball, Raymond Otho Linker, Edwin Napoleon Maner, Jr., James Per- 
rin Quarles, Jr., Wescott Henry Wright, Jr. 

Sophomores: Blackwell Markham Brogden, Robert Lang Davis, Truman McGill 
Hobbs, Cyrus Dunlap Hogue, Jr., Richard Leon Kendrick, Calvin Blackwell Morrisette, 
Jr., William Pettrway Jones Peete. 

Pledges: Robert Lee Bobitt, Graham Maxwell Carlton, Thomas Henry Crudup. 
Junius Weeks Davis, Jr., Lemuel Hardy Gibbons, Charles Cooper Harris, Jr., Edward 
Henry Hobbs, Samuel Huntington Hobbs, III, Elmer Percy Hollingshead, Simmons 
Baker Jones, Brockton Reynolds Lyon, Hugh MacRae Morton, Donald Planner Patter- 
son, Eugene Milner Requa, Jr., Camillus Holiday Rodman, John Baker Saunders, Her- 
bert Barrow Turner, Harvey O'Neal White, William Caldwell Young. 



Gibbons 




Green 


Hand 


Kendrick 




Kimb;ill 


Linker 




Ran 


isey 


Royall 



Higgins Hitchcock Hobbs, E. H. Hobbs, S. H., Ill Hobbs, T. Jones 

Maner Morrisette Morton Patterson Peete Quarles 

Turner Wliite Woolen Wright Young 








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DELTA PSI 

(Litabliiked 1854 







Date Fraternity Founded: January 17, 
1847; Color: Light Blue. 




(JlJe members of St. Anthony Hall are a cosmo- 
politan group. Uncle Tony gathers his sons from the 
bayous of Louisiana through the cotton fields of Geor- 
gia, north to the fir trees of New England, west to the 
lakes of Wisconsin, across the Pacific to China, and over 
the Atlantic to the heather of England. 

To identify a St. Anthony man on the campus is not 
difficult. Invariably his hair is crew-cut and just as in- 
variably he is wearing a tweed coat, grey flannels that 
have seen better days, a knitted tie, and the oldest saddle 
shoes he can find. 

Athletics and studies have a definite place in our life, 
but it is rare that one of us dies in competition or is 
found buried under a stack of books in the library. 

Although week-ends often take us away from the Hill, 
Carolina has and always will have the support and love 
of St. Anthony men. 



Amoss 


Balding 


Barnard 


Branch 


Branson 


Bournique 


Bridger 


Brooks 


Chandler 




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Faculty: Herman Walker Schncll, Harry Kitsun Russell. 

Seniors: James Palmer Balding, Jr., Randolph McLeod Dick, Hugh Hill Foss, 
Henry Laurens, Jr., John Laurens, II, Edward Townsend Moore, David Reid Murchi- 
son, Jr., James Mallory Nash, Walter Francis Off, Jr., Emile de Pianque, John William 
Ryan, Henry Haines Stockton, Grayson Spencer Waldrop, Edwin Godley Winstead. 

Juniors: Harold Lindsay Amoss, Jr., Butler Parnell Crittenden, Jr., Henry McCor- 
mick Gross, Jr., Hamilton Jones, Edwin Pliny Seaver, III, Donald Fuller Torrey, Jr., 
Nicholas Misplee Walker, Hubert Brooks Wheeler. 

Sophomores: Douglas Petit Bournique, Henry Branch, II, John McRae Bridger, 
Thomas Edens Russell, Holstein Harvey, III, Micheal Ernest Jenkins, Arthur Melville 
Jordan, Jr., Armando Mayorga, Fernando Mayorga, Robert Dutilh Torrey, Joseph 
Bond Philips. 

Pledges: Henry Gibson Barnard, Jr., Frank Lanier Branson, Jr., Henry Poor Chandler, 
Jr., Franklin Davenport Laurens, Jesse Nalle, III, George Lee Peabody, John Hartman 
Staples. 



Crittenden de Pianque Dick 

Jordan Laurens, F. Laurens, H. 

Peabody Ryan Staples 



Edens 


McCormick 


Harvey 


Jenkins 


Jennings 


Jones 


Laurens, J. 


Moore 


Murchison 


Nalle 


Nash 


Off 


Stockton 


Torrey, D. 


Torrey, R. 


Waldrop 


Winstead 


Walker, N. 













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KAPPA ALPHA 



bipiilon (chapter 
C^stabliikea 1881 













Date Fraternity Founded: December 21, 
1865; Publication: The Kjppj Alflni 
Journal: Flowers: Magnolia and Red 
Rose; Colors: Crimson and Old Cold. 




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Allen Booghcr Bounds 

Calhoun Chesire Church 

Dickson Dixon Foote 



AKING a swift glance backwards, Kappa Alpha 
remembers that during the past year . . . the fraternit)' 
hit the jackpot with twenty-three pledges and celebrated 
with a gay old banquet at the Inn . . . our Bob Page was 
designated as a candidate for appointment to West 
Point . . . the sparkle-eyed brunette movie star, Linda 
Darnell, was elected by all the brothers at the conven- 
tion as the official Kappa Alpha sweetheart . . . The 
boys had a tuxedo banquet in honor of the Fall Ger- 
mans and femininity . . . the brothers played a football 
game with the Duke Kappa Alpha chapter and beat 
them . . . Tom Hayes sprained both ankles in a hand- 
ball game when he stooped to tie his shoelace . . . the 
fraternity bet a pennant with K. A. boys of Tulane on 
the Carolma-Tulane football game and came out even 
... the fraternity bet a pennant with the K. A. boys of 
Duke on the Carolina-Duke football game and came 
out in the hole. Reasons apparent. 






Faculty: jDsepli Gregoirc dc R. Hainiltun, Edgar Wallace Knight. 

Law S( hool: George Samuel Heatty, Jr., Robert Jones Lovill, Jr., Hal Hammer 
Walker. 

MiiDicAL S( hool: Thomas Hall Holmes, Jr. 

Slniors: Henry Lyles Allen, Godfrey Cheshire, Jr., John Edward Goode, William 
Linville Holt, Rudolph Ashworth Howell, Thomas Williams Mason Long, Jr., John 
Willard Magoffin, William Henry Shull, Frank Lucius Turner, Carl Young. 

Juniors: Howard Vincent Bounds, Jr., Johb Trammel Church, Thomas Clifton 
Hayes, Jr., William Newton Middleton, William Kendall Minnick, Robert Query Ran- 
son, David Walter Seifert, Jr., John Edward Tyler, James David Van Kirk. 

Sophomores: Arthur Wilson Dixon, George Anderson Foote, Samuel Thorne Greg- 
ory, John Hawkins Gribbin, Corrie Vernon Holt, Jr., Ernest Hodges Leggett, David 
Burton Ricks, Joseph Emmett Sebrell, William Wright Williams, Jr. 

Pledges: HoUey Mack Bell, Richard Samuel Bell, Richard Whaley Bradham, Charles 
William Bradshaw, Wallace Andrew Brown, Elbert Willis Griffin Eoogher, Jr., Wil- 
liam Cozart Calhoun, Brice Templeton Dickson, Roy Sam Gibson, Quentin Gregory, 
Jr., Arthur Winston Jacocks, George Browne Johnston, Thomas Green Lynch, Risden 
Allen Lyon, Charles Elbert Massey, Edward Graham McGoogan, John Hinton Page, 
Robert Newton Page, Junius Page Shamburger, Walter Lincoln Sheffield, Jr., Hamp- 
ton Shuping, Charles Frost Speissegger, Bonner Havens Thomason, Jr., Burges Urqu- 
hart, Jr. 



Gregory 


Gribbin 


Hayes 


Holt, C. 


Holt.W. 


Howell 


Jacobs 


Leggett 


Long 


Magoffin 


Middleton 


Minnick 


Ranson 


Rick 


Sebrell 


Seifert 


Shamburger 


Sheffield 


Shull 


Shuping 


Speissegger 


Thomason 


Turner 


Tyler 


Urquhart 


Williams 


Young 






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KAPPA SIGMA 



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lu y^naptef 

(CdJLU 1893 









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Date Fraternity Founded: December 10, 
18 69; Publication: The Caduceus ; 
Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley ; Colors: Scar- 
let, White, and Emerald Green. 



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'EAR DAD:— 
Here's a brief account of the activities of us Kappa 
Sigs . . . Twenty pledges . . . Mitchell, Flourney, Beas- 
ley Smith, Downey and Dalton are having a gay time 
in the penthouse (third floor) . . . Henry May in Fall 
Germans figure . . . Jim Lalanne performed wonders 
on the gridiron, as did Bill Faircloth . . . Les Branson 
and Bob Rose were our contributions to Carolina's 
White Phantoms . . . Buzz Mitchell and Noel Wood- 
house swam on the varsity . . . Intramurals have been 
a great success, everybody participating . . . Pinch-Penny 
Sumner, University Party prexy, put the house in tip- 
top financial shape . . . German Club vice-president 
Julian Coghill's truck and the station wagon were great 
boons to Kayzee travelers . . . Besides circulating quite 
well, Larry Ferling is assistant secretary-treasurer May 
Frolics, at which our party was a huge success . . . Tom 
Heath, Frank Holton, our president, and Coghill are 
members of the dance committee . . . Maestro Charlie 
Wood and Bill Alexander were class officers . . . Bert 
Bennett played end for the freshmen . . . Bob Thomas 
was Daily Tar Heel deskman and Jack Holland was an 
assistant manager ... All in all, there was big operating 
going on . . . 

Love, 

Son 




Alexander 


Allen 


Austin 


Batchelor 


Beasley 


Blalock 


Branson 


Brawley 


Coghill 




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294 





Fac'ULT'i': John Cjrover Beard, Samuel Thomas limory, Robert Allison Fetzer, Har- 
old Benedict Gotaas, M. L. Jacobs, Sturgis Elleno Leavitt, John Morris, Marcus (iicero 
S. Noble, George Shepard, Edward James Woodhouse. 

Law School: William Anderson Allen, Frank Petty Holton, Jr., Frederick Mort- 
imer Parish, III. 

Graduati; School: Ernest Marvin Allen, Bruce Johnson Downey, Gilbert Stanley 
McCutcheon. 

Seniors: Julian Baxter Coghill, Jr., Robert Norfleet Flournoy, Charles Walker Gun- 
ter, Jr., James Carl Hambright, Jr., Thomas Woodley Heath, Jr., Courtney Mitchell, Jr., 
Eugene Cleapor Roundtree, Wiley Smith, Robert Ernest Sumner, Charles Edward 
Wood, III, Cecil William Wooten, Jr. 

Juniors: James Harold Austin, Britton Ferebee Beasley, Bertum Lester Branson, 
Boyce Albert Brawley, Masten Refus Dalton, Drewry Lanier Donnell, Jr., Sherwood 
MacDonald Edwards, Lawrence M. Ferling, Simile Alexander Gregg, III, Roland Gra- 
ham Hodges, John Lanier Jeffress, James Francis Lalanne, Robert William Sills, Noel 
Robert S. Woodhouse. 

Sophomores: William Cress Alexander, Douglas DeVane Batchelor, Henry Strat- 
ford May, Richard Alvis May, Talmadge Edward Newton, Jr., James Taylor Vernon, 
Abram Hewitt Rose, Ramsey Weathersbee. 

Pledges: William Moore Beckham, Bertum Lester Bennett, Robert Dedrick Godwin, 
Dorman Thomas Hall, Felix Harvey, Jr., James Burwell Holland, Phil Hughes, Frank 
Link Johnson, Jr., Zebulon Vance Jones, Robert Long, William Lee Mann, Charles 
Mitchell Neaves, Lawrence Erwin Neese, William Haskell Porcher, George Wade 
Reynolds, Robert Lloyd Rose, Joseph Dillard Self, Isaac Montrose Taylor, Robert Wal- 
ton Thomas, Livingston Vernon, William Holt Faircloth, Alonzo Dillard Folger, Jr. 



Dalton 


Edwards 


Ferling 


Flournoy 


Gregg 


Gunter 


Hall 


Hambright 


Heath 


Hodges 


Holland 


Holton 


Lalanne 


May 


Mitchell 


Neese 


Newton 


Reynolds 


Rose 


Roundtree 


Sills 


Sumner 


Taylor 


Vernon 


Wood 


Woodhouse 


Wooten 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

C/amma r/u ^eta L^kapter 
C^stabliiked 1922 








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Date Fraternity Founded: November 15, 
1911; Publication: The Cross and Cres- 
cent; Flower: Violet; Colors: Purple, 
Green, and Gold. 




\^ AMMA NU'S otherwise successful year was sad- 
dened by the death of Brother I. J. Kellum. An unusu- 
ally large senior class was the distinguishing feature of 
our group. The merger with Theta Kappa Nu, which 
formerly had a chapter on this campus, was number one 
item of national fraternity importance. Our pledge class 
consisted entirely of prep school boys. Phil, "Phil the 
Fencer," Clegg and Jimmy "Little Caeser" Madden par- 
ticipated in freshmen fencing and boxing respectively. 
Seniors Pike and Flynt ended college careers made out- 
standing by extra-curricula activities. 

Superlatives: 
Best All Around — Thompson. Best Looking — "Boxer" 
Jim Bryant. Best Athlete — Illman. Best Matured — Mc- 
Carthy. Biggest Eaters — Masten, E. Minges. Biggest 
Bull Shooter — Herndon. Best Student — Buffey. Longest 
Sleepers — Welfare, Illman. Best Yankee — Terhune. 
Ladies' Man — Patterson. Most Carefree — Batchelor. 
Most Unselfish — Hall. Most Likely to Succeed — Morris. 
Brother Rat — Simkoe. Most Original — Putney. "Big- 
gest" Politician — Ashburn. Most Conscientious — Pike. 
Hardest Worker — Masten. 



Ashburn Batchelor Bryant 

Buffey Butler Clegg 





Faculty: Franklin Curl Erickson, Carl Hartley Fussier, Arnold Kinsey King, Albert 
Ray Newsome, Rupert Bayless Vance. 

Craduati; School: (!harles Branch Clark, John Caldwell McCiamphell, Francis 
Stewart Saunders. 




Shniors: Rufus Guy Flynt, Ernest Merrick Illman, Isaac James Kelluin, Jr., Charles 
Jerome McCarthy, William Britton Morris, Nicky Demus Patterson, Jr., Jesse Miller 
Pike, Paul Crabriel Simkoe, John Frank Terhune, Edward Trainer, Jr., Douglas Sharpe 
Welfare. 

Juniors: James Spencer Bryant, Stanley Eugene Hall, Roger Adams Hitchins, II, 
James Louis Masten, Neil Howard Thompson. 

Sophomores: Wiston Odell Batcheior, Tliomas Wells Cobb, Edwin Lester Minges, 
Herman Setzer Minges, William Witt Putney. 

Pledges: Warren Davie Ashburn, James Preston Butler, Ralph Herbert But'fey, Philip 
Hatfield Clegg, William Douglas Conrad, Theodore Kantack Danford, James Francis 
Madden, John Thomas Minges, Rush McClure Rankin, John Henry Small. 



Cobb Flynt Hall Illman Madden Masten McCarthy Minges, E. 

Minges, J. T. Morris Patterson Pike Putney Terhune Thompson Trainer Welfare 













DMEGA BETA 



DounJeJ 1939 







I. 














0, 



'MEGA BETA FRATERNITY was founded in 
April, 1939. This past year was its first, and the eight 
charter members, Jimmy Schleifer, Hal Warshaw, Al- 
fred Buck, Bob Lerner, Ivlurray Secher, Carl Sherman, 
Whit Lees, and Marvin Mendelsohn had quite a job 
in store for them. The first rushing season was a suc- 
cessful one, nine men having pledged at the time this 
went to press, with several more expected to pledge in 
the near fLiture. 

It had been the intention of the members, from the 
beginning, to make the fraternity a chapter of the Pi 
Lambda Phi National Fraternity, which was founded 
at Yale University in 1895. 

The University's time requirement — that is, that a fra- 
ternity must remain local for a year — expired in April, 
and by now the group has been inducted into the na- 
tional organization. It is Omega Beta's hope to be able 
to uphold the traditions of Pi Lambda Phi, to maintain 
a high standard of scholarship, and to serve the Llniver- 
sity by furnishing men for athletic teams, and for all 
extra-curricular activities. 



Biel 

Capen 



Dube 




Shnior: Alfred Buck. 

Juniors: Robert Zelden Lerner, Leonard James Schleifcr, Harold Clinton Warshaw. 

Sophomores: Whitlock Lees, Jr., Marvin Raymond Mendelsohn, Murray Richard 
Secher, Carl Sandor Sherman. 

Pledges: Leonard Biel, Leonard Elkins Copen, Jackson Elliott Dube, Morton H. 
Golby, Sanford Goldberg, Howard Imbrey, Erwin Mack, Aaron Raisin, Donald Selig 
Schlenger. 



Golby Goldberg Imbrey Lees Lerner Mack Mendelsohn 

Raisin Schleifer Schlenger Secher Sherman Warshaw 








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PHI ALPHA 



C^dabiisked 1928 




Date Fraternity Founded: October 14, 

1914; Publication: The Phi Alpha 

Quarterly; Flower; Rose; Colors: Ma- 
roon and Blue. 



CL/2 F 



FRATERNAL organization that ranks unusually 
high, botli in scholastic and athletic circles, is the boast 
of any Phi Alphan on the University of North Carolina 
campus. When it comes down to the "A", "B", and "C" 
of things, the members of our house can look with 
pride to the unusually high rating of this fraternity in 
the annual scholastic rankings. 

It is in athletic circles, however, that the house achieves 
its unique position. Over one-half of the members are 
either letter men or have a vital part on the University's 
athletic teams. Sidney Sadoff, president of the house, is 
very well known as the varsity fullback on the football 
team; Murray Drucker, a senior, is finishing up his 
second year on the swimming team; Allan Bloom, a 
senior, is the co-captain of the fencing team; v^hile Stan 
Whyte, likewise graduating this year, is winding up his 
athletic career on the fencing team; Ed Hoffman, an- 
other letter man, returns to the track for another year of 
competition. Well represented on the Tarheel, the band, 
the Hillel Cabinet, and other organizations. Phi Alpha 
can easily be regarded, we believe, as a more than well- 
balanced fraternity. 



Bloom 
Glazer 



Drucker 

Fk-ishm.in 




300 



Mi!DirAL School: Hillard Gold. 



Shniors: Allan Ira Bloom, Murray Don Drucker, Edward Norman Hoftman, Sey- 
mour Klein, Stanley Sheldon Whyte. 




Juniors: Sidney Henrick Sadoft', Morton Lawrence Turteltaub. 

Sophomores: Irwin Alfred Fleishman, Milton Glazer, Morton Irving Petuskc, Robert 
Franklin Sears, Rufus Shelkoff. 

Pledges: Alan Belmarsh, Milton Bernard Harris, Hyman Leinwand, Harold Nathan 
Kushin, Robert Leo Lippmann. 



Harris 
Pctuske 



HufFman 
Sadoff 



Kushin 

Shdhoff 



Leinwand 

•rurtcltaub 



Lippmann 
Wliyte 








PHI DELTA CHI 

—Mlpka Ljamma (chapter 

(CddLLJ 1923 







Date Fraternity Founded: 1883; Publi- 
cation; The CoinmiiiiiCiilor: Colors; Old 
Gold and Dregs of Wine; Flower; Red 
Carnation. 




Tn 



HINGS got off to a fine start this year for the boys 
in PDC. Somehow three carpet bagging Yankees crept 
into our midst this year — namely "Bashful Bill" Shef- 
field, "Hole Card Harry" Tee, and "Slapper-mouth" 
Greene. The social life of the fraternity was limited to 
football week-ends during the fall quarter. In the winter 
quarter activities were even more limited, but in the 
spring quarter, when all of us were sure of being in 
school for three consecutive quarters, social life was 
resumed in all of its stages. However, spirits were con- 
stantly being dampened by Brer Fox's constant nagging 
over monetary matters. President Royall spent most of 
his spare time thinking of things that we ought to do, 
but never doing them. By popular vote, "Rameses" 
McGowan and Herb Scoggin were voted the most 
industrious, but by no means the quietest members of 
the fraternity. Johnny Biggs, a Math 3 major, also con- 
tributed his part of hard work and nonsense to the 
members at large. 



Briggs 
Fox 



Dees 
Greene 





JuK'iORS: John Waller Smallwood Biggs, Junius Claude Fox, Edwin Rudolph Fuller, 
George Edwin Royall, Jr. 

SoPHOMORi-s: Frank Arthur Greene, Jr., Alfred Henderson King, Jack Webster Mc- 
Adams, David Foy McGowan, Thaxter Sain, Herbert Palmer Scoggin, William John- 
son Sheffield, Harry Cleveland Tee. 

Pledges: Robert Rothey, Edwin Tate Sessoms, Jr., Stuart McGuire Sessoms, Foster 
Joel Simmons, John Arthur Terrell, Jr. 



Kelly King 

Sessoms, E. T. Sessoms, S. M. 



McAdams 
Sheffield 



McGowan 
Simmons 



Royall 
Tee 



Sain 
Terrell 



Scoggin 
Whitford 





h^^iMA 



PHI DELTA THETA 

rloftk (^arou'na £5eia L^napier 
C^itablidked 1885 















Date Fraternity Founded: December 26, 
1848; Publication: The Scroll of Phi 
Delia Thcta: Flower: White Carnation; 
Colors: Argent and Azure. 




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,USHING . . . Rush Chairman Walt Clark 
coaches us . . . smile and shake hands . . . meet Byrd's 
brother, "the last of the Merrills" . . . Stu Richardson 
comes through in the Duke game . . . Bill Ward and 
the Un-Americans . . . Bill resigns . . . Pledge Noland 
Ryan argues about democracy . . . Fascism . . . anything. 
. . . Don't see much of McGaughey between Tar Heel 
work and the new radio studio . . . heard him debate 
the team from Oxford though . . . Sapp stars in intra- 
murals . . . we'll hear him talk about catching that pass 
from now on . . . Zan Carver showing off his abdominal 
muscles on the tennis courts . . . even having pho- 
tographers snap them ... Bill Thompson of the swim- 
ming team splashing about in Bowman Gray pool . . . 
Johnny French in that long winter underwear garb 
jogging about the track . . . Muscle-man Frank Rogers 
taking his daily three-hour workout . . . Holding "chap- 
ter meeting" around the radio during the Jack Benny 
program . . . Gennett starving to keep down to his 
boxing weight class . . . "Geechie" Willeford talking 
in his native Charleston tongue . . . Cutler Watkins 
protesting when we threaten him with a blind date for a 
house dance . . . That's Phi Delta Theta, and it's Phi 
Delta Theta for aye! 



Booth Carver Clark 

Dewey C. Feuchtenberger J, Feuchtenberger 
French Gennett Gregg 






Faculty: Linton Lomas Barrett, Alfred Beerbaum, Preston Cooke Farrar, James 
Fesler, Thomas Felix Hickcrson, William Irwin, Rosselle Parker Johnson, William 
Frederick Prouty, James Allen Williams. 

Graduate School: Maurice Dykes. 

Law School: William Blount Campbell, Herschel Harkins, Lewis Sneed High, Frank 
Thomas Miller, Edward Harding Seawell. 

Medical School: Abe Conger. 

Seniors: Thomas McCoU Adams, Alexander Henry Carver, Jr., Walter Clark, IH, 
Wick Exum, Wilford Harris Gragg, Jr., Charles Allen Humphries, Max Frederick 
Jones, Julian Jay Lane, Duncan Donald McColl, Frank Mandeville Rogers, Claudius 
Napoleon Sapp, IV, Frederick Booth Stem, Jr., Cutler Watkins. 

Juniors: Orin Watts Booth, John Eugene French, Andrew Gennett, Jr., Robert Bur- 
ton House, Jr., Carroll Bradford McGaughey, Byrd Farmer Merrill, Calvin Bynum 
Phillips, Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs, John Rossison Rawls, Henry Latimer Rudolph, 
George Marshall Stratton, William Manley Thompson, Edward Woodman. 

Sophomores: Thomal Arrington Avera, Jr., Charles William Feuchtenberger, John 
Robert Howard, Cowdery Kent Merrill, Elbert Randolph Partridge, Jr., Robert Wil- 
liam Powers, Enoch Blair Rice, Stewart Shaw Richardson, William Ira Ward, Richard 
Lindsay Wharton, John Warner White, Floyd Gilbert Whitney, Raymond Willeford. 

Pledges: Charles Beyer, Henry Bryan, William Cleveland, John Feuchtenberger, Wil- 
bur Glass, Campbell Irving, Blake Jones, Beverly Landstree, Gamewell Lemmon, Wil- 
liam Merrill, Carroll Milam, Noland Haynes Ryan, Remer Scruggs, Byron Grant Sher- 
man, Dan Richardson Thomason, Charles Tull, Gene Tyler, Duncan Walker. 



Howard 


Humphrey 


Irving 


C. B. Jones 


M. F. Jones 


Lane 


McGauhey 


Merrill 


Milam 


Partridge 


Phillips 


Pincoffs 


Powers 


Rice 


Richardson 


Rogers 


Rudolph 


Stratton 


Thomason 


Thompson 


Walker 


Ward 


Watkins 


White 


Whitney 


Willeford 


Woodman 












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PHI GAMMA DELTA 



C^piilon (chapter 
(Litablisked 1851 




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Date Fraternity Founded: April 22, 
1848; Publication: P/:?/' Gamma Delta 
Quarterly; Flower: Heliotrope; Color: 
Royal Purple. 




Baker Boren Brantley 

Caudill Clark Craver 

Darden Deyo Elliott 



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.T VANCE HALL, we have seen ... A new and 
attractive housemother to keep us in Une . . . Joe King 
opens up a Gifte Shoppe . . . Jules Caudill breaks all 
records with 37 consecutive dates . . . Jules Brantley 
wins an intramural boxing title, and Lacey Morrow a 
title in wrestling . . . Phi Gams enter social whirl by 
entertaining A. D. Pi's, Chi O's, Pi Phis and Thetas 
from Duke . . . Repetition of "Bundle Day", Gene 
Williams' brainchild, with more success than ever . . . 
Fijis star in sports — Paul Severin in football and bas- 
ketball, Ed Dickerson in boxing, Charlie Idol in foot- 
ball, Bickett Idol in wrestling, Bob Hutchinson in track 
and cross-country. Frosty Snow in golf, Freshman Rich 
"Van Wagoner m track . . . Art Jansen and George Deyo 
blossom into vocal stars in Glee Club . . . Stuart Gregg 
takes out his skis at the first sign of a snow-ilake . . . 
"Goat" Greenwood Bob Hutchinson, Ed. Dickerson and 
Gene Williams vie for scholastic honors. 





Faculty: James Bell Bullitt, John Warfiekl Huddle, Ernest Lloyd Mackie, Sterling 
Aubrey Stoudemire, Irvin Zimmerman. 

Law School: Arthur Owen Cooke, William Owen Cooke, William Lunsford Crew, 
James Kye Dorsett, Robert Craig Mclnncs. 

Seniors: Julian Chisholm Brantley, Julian Terrell Caudill, James Henry Darden, Ed- 
ward Ray Dickerson, Eugene Stuart Gregg, Robert Piatt Knickerbocker. 

Juniors: George Elting Deyo, Charles William Idol, Arthur Lincoln Jansen, Thomas 
Lacy Morrow, Thomas David Ramsey, Paul Vincent Severin, Rodney English Snow, 
Joseph Gordon Whitsett, Eugene Bomberger Williams. 



Sophomores: Horace Mitchell Baker, Robert Fence Craver, James Brooks Green- 
wood, Eugene Ramsey Hardin, Charles Allen Headlee, Charles Edward Hussey, Rob- 
ert Stuart Hutchison, Clarance Bickett Idol, Joseph Gilbert King, Charles William 
Loaring-Clark, Walter Linton Parsley, Clarence Lee Ruffin, Allan Wright Webb. 

Pledges: Charles Columbus Bean, Charles Kemp Boren, John Robert Bourne, Wil- 
liam Brantley, William Edward Elmore, James Irvin Groome, Paul Leon Hammer, 
Richard Warren Hurdis, Leroy Parker Kennedy, Bradford Forbes McCuen, Robert 
Johnstone McLean, Edward Hallet Morley, Raymond William Owens, Adam Reynold 
Tucker, Jack Russell Wilkinson. 



Greenwood 


Gregg 


Hammer 


Hardin 


Headlee 


Hurdis 


dol, Clarence 


Jamsen 


Knickerbocker 


Loaring-Clark 


McCuen 


Morley 


Ramsey 


Ruffin 


Severin 


Snow 


Tucker 


Webb 



Hussey Hutchison Idol, Charlie 

Morrow Owens Parsley 

Whitsett Wilkinson Williams 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 



oLambda L^hapter 
C^stabliiked 1856 



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Date Fraternity Founded: October 19, 
1850; Publication; Phi Kappa Sigma 
News Letter; Flower: White Carnation; 
Colors: Old Gold and Black. 




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HE Phi Kap Scene: 

Memories: Some of the best ever . . . party at Mid- 
Winters . . . another at Junior-Seniors ... the pledge 
dance was fun . . . week-end teas after football games 
which alumni attended, and also people we never saw 
before . . . bull sessions . . . the South alu'ays won . . . 
rushing and dumb freshmen . . . Chapel Hill mud, et 
cetera. 

Heart Throbs: Freddie Berdan never without Kathleen 
L. . . . "Bus" Bolicks week-ends in Salisbury . . . Phil 
George and Flossie P. . . . Dick Carter and W. C.'s 
Margaret Chaffee . . . Buddy Lyerly can't seem to make 
up his mind . . . Charlie Wilkerson travels to Washing- 
ton, D. C. . . . Jim M;icCallum squires Marion G. from 
Greensboro . . . "Fig" Newton is a familiar iigure at 
G. C. . . . Spence Jones' O. A. O. lives in AsheviUe . . . 
Harry Lee Clark won't tell . . . Hank Coble lost his 
gal . . . Courtland Dawson has a string of "fiUys" that 
are sure winners, but he never plays favorites. 

Orchids: To Mrs. Andrews for being a swell House 
Mother ... to Jim Mallory, Bob Smith, and Mike Bob- 
bitt for tine work in football ... To Jim MacCallum for 
making Beta Gamma Sigma ... to Fred Berdan for 
being Co-Captain for the Lacrosse team. 



Barrington 


Bedea 


Berdan 


Billica 


Bolick, N. M. 


Bolick, O. W 


Britt 


Clark 


Coble 




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FACULT^■: English Bagby, Joseph Merritt Lear, Isaac Hall Manning, Donald Frazer 
Martin, Gregory Lansing Paine, Samuel Seldon, Robert Howard SherriU, Henry Hor- 
ace Williams. 

Si'NiORS: Fred Herdan, Oscar Whetzell Bolick, Carney Blake Carter, Harry Lee Clark, 
Henry Luther Coble, Courtland Wharton Dawson, John Philip George, Philip Hogh- 
ton Gunther, Donald Cade Hicks, Jr., George Spencer Jones, James William MacCal- 
lum, W^illiam Sims Newton, Charles Bayne Wilkerson, Jr. 

Juniors: Jack Pershing Bedea, Harry Robert Billica, Norman Marshall Bolick, 
George Marion Cooper, Jr., John William Curtis, James Baugh Mallory, Robert Wil- 
kinson Montgomery, Robert Carl Rutter, Robert David Williams. 

Sophomores: Joseph Hill Barrington, James Norment Britt, Charles Everett Dame- 
ron, Matthew Thomas Geis, Freeman Anson Godfrey, John Sylvester Hopkins, Wil- 
liam Horace Hoskins, Miles Smith King, Russell Hayes Livermore, Jr., Raymond Jones 
Martin, William Woodrow Montgomery, III, Charles Gildea Pyle, Edward Albert 
Smith, John Franklin Thompson, Jr., Maximillian Gustav Weber, Jr., Douglas Hailing 
West. 

Pledges: John Charles Andrews, Hej'wood Gilbert Bland, Maurice Eugene Bobbit, 
Edward Barrett Colby, Wallace Duncan Gibbs, William Henry Krauss, Vernon Hor- 
ace Lackey, Jr., John William Morrison, Albert Saunders, Robert Braxton Smith, Ralph 
Stephens, James Henry Stillwell, Wilson McCall Wagner. 



Cooper, G. Cooper, M. Cenfis 

Hicks Hopkins Jones 

Pyle Rutter Smith 





Dameron Dawson Geis George Godfrey Gunther 

Lyerly McCallum Montgomery, R. Montgomery, W. Martin Newton 

Stillwell Stephens Weber West Wilkerson Williams 








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PI BETA PHI 

r lortk L^arolina ^^Ipka i^kapter' 
(Litabiiiked 1923 




Date Fraternity Founded: April 28, 
1867; Publication: The Arrow; Flower; 
Dark Red Carnation; Colors: Wine 
Red and Silver Blue. 




CSJ-E NOMINATE: for successor to Model-T Barkis 
— Fairfax Foster's Lincoln Zephyr; for ever ready 
bridge fourth — Championship winner Nan Lathaw; 
for legal advice — Clover Johnson and Bee Merrill who 
will probably be found munching on hamburgers and 
banana splits respectively; for campus secretary — Mary 
Lewis who has her busy fingers in several local pies; 
for president, with brains and beauty combined — Mel- 
ville Corbett; for campus socialites — Spencer Watkins, 
Stacy Crockett, "Prof" Patten, Judy Duke and Dolly 
Erickson; for a social minded chairman — Barbara Lis- 
comb; for a girl who would grace anybody's beauty 
section — Bobby Wenton; for scholarship, as attested by 
the highest fraternity scholarship rating, for beauty, as 
attested by our "Pi Phi Misses" at the Pledge dance, for 
fun, versatility, any imperative jaunt or gay party — 
most any Pi Phi. 

We find ourselves blessed besides with a refrigerator, 
Susie and Ray, three bridge tables, and our own "Mama 
G." 



Arnold Cobb Corbett 

Crockett Davis Duke 

Elliott Erickson Evans 




Graduate School: Nancy Latham. 

Law School: Phyllis Jane Campbell, Clover Johnson, Bertha Moore Merrill. 

Seniors: Mary Janice Cobb, Melville Fort Corbett, Sarah Clement Griffith, Louise 
McGwigan Hall, Janet Lawrence, Mary Newton Lewis, Barbara Liscomb, Mary Wad- 
leigh RaOLil, Roberta Winton, Mary Jane Yeatman. 

Juniors: Fairfax Foster. 

Pledges: Margaret Cornell Arnold, Mary Stacey Crockett, Marjorie Hayward Davis, 
Julia Elizabeth Duke, Elinor Olive Elliott, Eleanor Erickson, Sally Anna Evans, Addie 
Lee Feaster, Mary Mitilda Hines, Mary Tudor Hudson, Ann Worthy Johnson, Rose- 
mary Johnson, Eleanor McLure Jones, Elizabeth Keesee, Martha Le Fevre, Henrietta 
Logan, Virginia MacDonald, Eleanor Virginia Maupin, Julia Elizabeth McConnell, 
Florence MiUicent McKendry, Eunice Patten, Mary Sue Robertson, Helen Sears, Jessie 
Skinner, Sara Adolpha Summerlin, Mary Spencer Watkins, Mary Louise Wilson. 



Foster 


Griffith 


Hall 


Hines 


Hudson 


Johnson, A. 


Johnson, R. 


Jones 


Keesee 


.awrence 


Le Fevre 


Lewis 


Liscomb 


Logan 


MacDonald 


Maupin 


McConnell 


McKendry 


Patten 


Raoul 


Robertson 


Sears 


Skinner 


Watkins 


Wilson 


Winton 


Yeatman 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



^aiA, Chapter 
C^dabiiiked 1891 




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Date Fraternity Founded; March 1, 
1868; Publication: Shield and Diamond; 
Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley; Colors: Gar- 
net and Old Gold. 



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W, W. AUgood J. B. Aycock J. R. Bailey 

C. L. Ball C. F. Bradbury W. T. Conley 

J. L. Cooper J. A. Creel J. S. Currie 



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HERE are six states represented amonq the II K A's 
this year. They are: North Carolina, Florida, West Vir- 
ginia, Illinois, New York, and New Jersey. 

Among the social events of the year, most prominent 
was the pledge dance which was held on the third of 
February. Other events included a hay ride and a week- 
end house party. 

The II K A's are especially proud of two of their mem- 
bers who distinguished themselves in wrestling. Robert 
Hill was champion of the 145 pound intramural class, 
and Gordon deLoach was a member of the varsity, and 
also won second place in intramural wrestling. 

Walt Messerole, who has been a member of the varsity 
tennis team for three years, has done some remarkable 
work the past season. 









Faculty: John Riwin Carroll, Jr., George Waverly Poland, Jr. 

CiRADUATE ScHOOL: Jamcs Sloan Currie. 

Law School: David Harrison Armstrong, C'.orbett Carlton Cannon, (^Tarlton Ellerbe 
Huntley, Marshall Vivian Yount. 

Seniors: Lonnie Davis Dill, Robert Hugh Hill, Jr., Philip Brown Holbrook, Walter 
Briggs Meserole, Robert Shervv'ood Wilkins. 

Juniors: William Walton Allgood, James Ruffin Bailey, Charles Lee Ball, Jr., Wil- 
liam Tate Conley, James Gordon deLoach, Grover Cleveland Godwin, Jr., John Torrey 
Riel. 

Sophomores: Jesse Bardin Aycock, Jr., Robert Shields Hicks, Rowland Bellamy Ken- 
nedy, Jr., Frank Mathewson Lawrence, Jr., Oscar Lindsey Owens, Jr., Louis Scheipers, 

Pledges: Joseph Franklin Blake, Charles Freeman Bradbury, Jr., John Livingston 
Cooper, Joseph Andrew Creel, William Leonard Davey, William Benjamin Duke, 
Julian Arthur Harvey, Hurst Bunn Hatch, Jr., James Fremont Jones, Willis Holt 
Kimrey, Jacques Gilbert LaSauce, Whit Coffield Purvis, Jr., Thomas Reynolds, Jr., John 
Leon Rogers, Charles Henry Sloan, Jr., Bruce Wellington Snyder, James Monroe Starke, 
Robert Estes Whitten. 



W. L. Davey J. G. deLoach L. D. Dill W. B. Duke G. C. Godwin J. A. Harvey H. B. Hatch R. S. Hicks R. Hill 

P. B. Holbrook J.F.Jones R.B.Kennedy W.H. Kimrey J. G. LaSauce F.M.Lawrence W. Meserole O.L.Owens W.C.Purvis 

T. B. Reynolds J. T. Riel J. L. Rogers L. Scheipers C. H. Sloan B. W. Snyder J. M. Starke M. V. Yount 










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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILDN 

flodk L^arolina A.i i^kapter 
(L-itabliiked 185 7 




Date Fraternity Founded: March 9, 
1856; Publication: The Record; Flower: 
Violet; Colors: Purple and Old Gold. 




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ROTHERS, do you remember- 



"Pulse" Carr and "Shelly" Young leading us to an all- 
campus championship in tagball . . . "The man's gonna 
fix the radio this week, sometime" . . . the pledge party 
with everyone toasting, "It's Bull Pyne night tonight" 
. . . Bull's tasting the gravy at Hundley's Hash House 
and calling it delicious soup . . . Bob Strange breaking 
records as we won the intramural swimming champion- 
ship . . . Rex, and his titanic house-rocking struggles 
with Lemo . . . Bull and Ed. Hughes assembling a first 
place homecoming exhibit . . . social chairman "Doc 
Turkey", his parties and after game coffees . . . Coach 
Boyd, intramural czar, pushing his grapplers to a sec- 
ond place in intramural wrestling . . . those weekly 
crusades of Jess and T-Bone to Athens . . . Brother 
Royster learning to smoke a pipe . . . those rolling bones 
. . . the orations of Demosthenes Nice . . . the times we 
made Milwaukee famous . . . the many nights we stood 
with shoulder firm to shoulder and hand clasped fast in 
hand . . . 



Barnes Bartlett Boyd 

Broadfoot, W. G. Broadfoot, W. Brown 

Carr, A. H. Carr, G. W. Carr, R. W. 




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Faculty': George Frederick Horner, Almont Howell, Edward Mack, Jr., George 
Movvry, Olin Terril Mouzon, William Pierson, Charles Wettach. 
Law School: Alex McCowin Gover, William Thomas Minor, Vaughan Sharp Win- 
borne. 

Medical School: William Lunsford Long, Jr. 
Commerce Graduate School: Alexander Guerry, Jr. 

Seniors: Darwin Hudson Boyd, Jr., George Watts Carr, Jr., William Washington 
Chisholm, Robert Martin Cox, Jr., Jesse Lamar Fulenwider, Jr., John Randolph Hall, 
Jr., George McDuffie, Samuel Dace McPherson, Norris Tabeau Pindar, IIL James Mine- 
tree Pyne, Foy Roberson, Jr., Thomas Sampson Royster, Marshall McLaney Shepherd, 
Hubert King Turley, Jr., James Adams Wallace, James Perry Willis, Dolph Moore 
Young. 

Juniors: Clark Bartlett, William Gillies Broadfoot, Jr., Winston Broadfoot, Wil- 
liam Moye Darden, Jr., Isaac Bates Grainger, Jr., James Alexander Gray, Jr., Paul 
Erastus Jones, Jr., William Roger Richardson, Hughes Roberts, Jr., James Parish Rob- 
ertson, Jr., Robert McDavid Smith, Lawrence Archdale Tomlinson, Jr., William Dead- 
erick Van Dyke, Colvin McAlister Worth. 

Sophomores: Aiden Emmett Barnes, III, George Rowland Brown, III, Austin Heat- 
on Carr, Robert Winston Carr, William Church Croom, Jr., Murdock McRae Dunn, 
Hundley Rankin Gover, Frank Borden Hanes, Thomas Vincent Heard, James Truman 
Holland, Jr., Lennox Polk McLendon, Jr., Thomas Samuel Means, Jr., Clayton Moore, 
Jr., Charles McKinney Nice, Jr., Michael Corbett Stovall, Robert Strange, Jr., Charles 
Walter Tillett, Jr., Thomas Brodie Winborne. 

Pledges: Stephen Shepherd Adams, Theodore Garrett Brown, Hugh Hammond Du- 
Bose, Henry Martin Garwes, Jr., Louis LeConte Gibbes, Robert Strudwick Glenn, 
Samuel Ervin Hall, Howard Latham Hodges, Harry Perryman Horton, Michael Mc- 
Cormack Nolan, Russell Daniel O'Dell, Henry Plany Osborne, Jr., Dave McKenzie 
Rumph, Robert Mills Saunders, Hugh Percival Smith, Kenneth Murchison Sprunt, 
Frederick Leroy Swindal, William HoUaday Thornton, George Williams Worth. 



Chisholm 


Cox 


Grainger 


Gray 


Hall 


Holland 


Jones 


McDuffie 


McLendon 


McPherson 


Pindar 


Pyne 


Richardson 


Roberson 


Roberts 


Robertson 


Royster 


Shepherd 


Smith 


Tomlinson 


Turley 


Dyke 


Wallace 


Willis 


Winborne 


Worth 


Young 





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SIGMA CHI 

CdalLkei 1889 



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Date Fraternity Founded: June 28, 1855; 
Publication: Sigma Chi Quarterly: 
Flower: White Rose; Colors: Blue and 
Gold. 




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EAR STARTS . . . Bucket moves in, drums and all 
... no more sleep . . . Brud returns — hearts a-flutter 
among local girls . . . Robinson appears with Dot — the 
wolves howl — Dot leaves with Jiver . . . Beadles, Heb- 
bard, Latham, Edwards, Smith, Wall, and Dennis move 
in on the Penn Sigs for a great week-end, WOW! . . . 
Larry Clinton plays at the house, the house plays for 
Mary Dugan — successful? . . . Colonel Bunk loses his 
best girl, the Queen Mary . . . Our Golden Anniversary 
celebrated by outstanding set of dances . . . Thumb-nail 
sketches: Big Stoop Hoot — Gravel-mouth Davis — 
Sponging Swan — The Red A. Lentz — Beef-trust, the 
deadhead, bull brothers Dawson — The laughing-boy 
twins, Bunk and Plonk — The Right Reverends Scales 
and Robinson — Snake artists, Beadles and Davis — 
"Lighting" Beard — Little-man-in-a-hurry Edwards — 
The Chicken, S. Jenrette — "I-have-spoken" Rider — 
Baby Newell— Porky-Pig Barnes— The Dead-End Kids, 
Hebbard and Orr — Windbag Smith — Self-righteous 
Ross — Grasping Latham . . . All this and Heaven too!! 



Barnes, J. B. Barnes, J. W. Beadles 

Beard Brooks Carr 

Council Crabtree Davidson 







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Faculty: Herman Glenn Baity, Wesley Critz George, James Logan Godfrey, Fred- 
erick Henry Koch, John Wayne Laslcy, Jr., Frederick Hays McCall, Roland Prince Mc- 
Clamrock, Earl Anderson Slociim, Delos Wickens. 

Mhdical School: Jack Hughes. 

Law School: Benjamin Wyche. 

Graduate School: John Alexander, Charles Zimri Falls. 

Seniors: Nicholas Aston Beadles, Howard Melton Davidson, Jr., John Lorraine 
Davis, Jr., Franklin Lemuel Dennis, Victor Fisher Harllee, John Leslie Latham, Jr., 
George Webb Plonk, Philip Franklin Robinson, Jr., Otho Bescent Ross, Jr., Charles 
Franklin Rider, James Shelton Scales, William Lawrence Seawell, Jr., Warren Matt- 
son Smith, Jr., James Tawes, Jr., William Rudolph Teague. 

Juniors: Peter Richardson Carr, Lawrence Edward Crabtree, Collins Taylor Daw- 
son, George Robert Dawson, David Ernest Early, Thomas Edwards, Bunk Gardner, 
in, Russell Edgar Hebbard, Joseph Malphus Jenrette, Lucian Lentz, George Masten 
Millaway. 

Sophomores: Cyrus Simmonds Beard, Danny Logan Deaver, Burton Myron Newell, 
William Charles Orr, Jr., Jesse Swan, Cornelius Dickinson Thomas, Jr., Robert Man- 
ning Vail, William Bethel Williamson. 

Pledges: Edward John Antolini, Don Baker, Joseph Willard Bales, Jack Watson 
Barnes, John Roger Brooks, Jr., Wade Kennerly Conrad, Robert Harward Council, 
Richard Walter Freeman, William Frederick Herpel, Townsend Stanley Holland, Jr., 
Oliver Perry McKinnion, George Shelton Miles, Jr., Oren Austin Oliver, Jr., Carl Park- 
er, Warren Steele, Charles Jackson Tucker, William Charles Vail, Charles Kenneth 
Wall, Robert Hardaway Wright. 



Davis Dawson, C. T. Dawson, G. R. Deaver 

Herpel Holland Latham Jones 

Ross Seawell Smith Swan 



Dennis 


Early 


Edwards 


Freeman 


Gardner 


Newell 


Oliver 


Plonk 


Rider 


Robinson 


Teague 


Thomas 


Tucker 


Vail 


Wall 




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SIGMA NU 

/^/' (chapter 
C^itabuiked 1888 



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Date Fraternity Founded: January 1, 
1869; Publication: The Del/.i: Flower: 
White Rose; Colors: Black, White, and 
Gold. 




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SNAKES ALL! 



HERE'S "Ready" Ficklen who counts as his friends 
Becky and Nancy and Fannie 
And the SaHsbury Stanback headache heir 
Intimately known as "Stanie" 

There's "Stinkmeal" Gant from Raleigh he hails 
And "Like Father Like Son ' William Dees 
And "One Robm Skinflint" Norvell himself 
Who rates with no girl that he sees 

There's Walt Blackmer, IH, Charlie Atlas himself 
And the one we all call "Slick" Gilliam 
As well as "Turk" Holmes and "Count" Von Loock 
Whom nobody knows as William 

That leaves "Ikey Boe", Sigma Nu, NCU 
And Coxhead who plans every meal 
And Hinkle and Robbins the Old East boys 
To Franceses both of them kneel 

And now we have changed the saga of Snakes 
Who live in their house on the Hill 
Who are banded together for better, for worse 
Through friendship, love, and goodwill 



Adams Blackmer Blount 

Bruner Chambliss Cocke 

Coxhead Dees Efird 






Faculty: Arnold Borden, Millard Breckenbridge, Walter Creech, Jr., Edward Mc- 
Gowan Hedgepeth, Archibald Henderson, John Coriden Lyons, William DeB. Mac- 
Nider, Earle Ewart Peacock, John Brooks Woosley, Trezevant Player Yeatman. 

Law School: Robert Wilson Wells. 

Graduate School: Harry Clay Yeatman. 

Seniors: Leroy Franklin Abernathy, Walter Steele Blackmer, III, Frederick Alexan- 
der Blount, Louis Stuart Ficklen, Kenneth Gant, Jr., Frank Marion Holmes, Frank Jolly, 
Thomas Lynch Murphy, Thomas Melville Stanback, Jr. 

Juniors: William Wallace Bruner, William Archie Dees, Jr., William Lee Gilliam, 
William Joslin, Malcolm Donald McNaugton, Edward Emerson Murray, Edwin Over- 
man Norvell, William Davis Snider, Garland Scott Tucker. 

Sophomores: Rayford Kennedy Adams, John Randolph Chambliss, Dudley Dubose 
Cocke, Jr., George Leavell Coxhead, Joseph Bivens Efird, Edmund Conger Forehand, 
North Smith Hinkle, Harry Howard Lackey, William Arthur Loock, Jr., Benjamin 
Franklin Park, Louis Julian Poisson, Jr., Charles Austin Robbins. 

Pledges: Thomas Benjamin Baden, Everitt Edward Briggs, Floyd Edward Cohoon, 
Jr., Joseph Harold Conger, Jr., Harry Newton Dunkle, Robert Thomas Grimes, James 
Francis Leaming, Edwin Stuart McCoach, Jr., Robert Avery McNaughton, Joseph Kyle 
Orr, III, John Raymond Sears, James Marvin Shaw, II, William Charles Stanback, 
Leslie Dodson Worthington, Byron Columbus Shouppe, Edward Augustine Moynihan, 
Jr. 



Ficklen Forehand 

Lackey Leaming 

Park Poisson 



Gant Gilliam Grimes 

Loock McNaughton Moynihan 

Robbins SHliw Shouppe 



Hinkle Holmes Jolly Joslin 

Murphy Murray Norvell Orr 

Snider Stanback, T. Stanback, W. Tucker 








TAU EPSILDN PHI 



\Jm-eaa i^kapter 
C^itabiLiked 1924 







Date Fraternity Founded: October 19, 
1910; Publication; The Plume; Flowers; 
Lily-of-the-Valley and Violet; Colors; 
Lavender and White. 



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WILL present the school year in verse; 

We haven't much room so it has to be terse. 

Back from vacation we came in September; 
The joys of reunion we'll always remember. 
The week-end in Philly — a house without men; 
The score was terrific — remember it, Penn? 
The house party came, and the house party went; 
Except for the Duke game, our time was well spent. 

King Winter descended with a magnificent roar; 
Equilibrium and windows tumbled galore. 
The pledge dance came — a great success; 
The freshmen lost out for lack of finesse. 

Spring-time bright with all of its splendor. 

Our thoughts went from books to something more 

tender. 
With Spring dances o'er, though we had lots of fun, 
For the year 1940 our socials were done. 

The one sorrowful note in this year of good cheer — 
The departure of nine of our brothers so dear. 
Omega will flourish, of that we don't fear, 
But the memory of '40 we'll always revere. 



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Alperin Arner Bernard 

Bernstein, R. E. Bernstein, W. H. Brown 

Cohen Eisenberg Etter 






Seniors: Ralph Alperin, Leonard Bernard Baron, Seymour Eisenberg, Harold Irvin 
Gross, Bertram Charles Halperin, "William Marshall Karesh, Horace Richtcr, Morris 
William Rosenberg, Chester Sidney Svigals. 

Juniors: Seymour Brown, Henry Morris Kamins, Lionel Melvin Katz, Eugene Sil- 
verstein, Howard Raymond Stadiem. 

Sophomores: Warren Howard Bernstein, Gerald Cohen, Lester Philip Etter, Stanley 
Edward Fuchs, Louis Smith Harris, Edward Lazurus Kalin, David Pearlman, Bernard 
Richter, Albert Rose, Morton Bruce Ulman, Oscar Charles Zimmerman. 



Pledges: David Michael Arner, Richard Ernest Bernstein, Sidney John Heimovitch, 
Sylvan Hugh Meyer, William Schwartz. 



Fuchs 


Gross 


Katy 


Meyer 


Dsenberg 


Schwartz 



Halperin Harris Kalin 

Pearlman Richter, B. 

Silverstein Stadiem Svigals 



Kamins 


Karesh 


ichter, H. 


Rose 


Ulman 


Zimmerman 




ZETA BETA TAU 

(CdJLU 1927 




Date Fraternity Founded: December 29, 
1898; Publication: Zela Beta Tan Quar- 
terly: Colors: Light Blue and White. 




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LPHA PI CHAPTER of Zeta Beta Tau says, 
"Come see us" . . . Wieder Sievers, our flaxen-haired 
Romeo, is student representative of the Playmakers and 
on the Advisory Board of the campus radio station . . . 
Charles Sunstien has served as wrestUng manager . . . 
Billy Weil leaves us the memory of several swing bands 
. . . President Harry Lasker, among the juniors, has been 
an officer in the Glee Club, Choral Society, and other 
organizations . . . Adrian Spies is a Tar Heel columnist 
and Carolina Magazine contributor . . . Bob Neuman, a 
geologist with a soul, is our "rockbottom" man . . . 
Among the sophomores, Bill Schwartz chases ads for 
the Tar Heel in Durham . . . Handsome Ray Rosen- 
bloom is a varsity lacross man . . . Ralph Levy, Zeke 
from the Tennessee mountains, is sophomore boxing 
manager . . . Gene Munver took a trip to Iceland with 
Capt. Bob Bartlett once . . . Rocky Mount Bob Rosen- 
bloom remains our most conscientious lady's man . . . 
We won't say anything about our ten freshmen, but we 
hope they will have plenty to say for themselves in a 
few years. 



AltschuU 
Edwards 



Bluch 
Jacobs 



Colin 
Landy 






Si;niors: Wieder David Sievers, Charles Gerstlcy Sunstein, William Raul Weil. 

Juniors: Harry Lasker, Robert Ballin Neuinan, Adrian Clharles Spies. 

SoPHOMORi;s: Ralph Levy, Eugene Neal Munves, Raymond Martin Rosenbloom, 
Robert Luke Rosenbloom, William Bernstein Schwartz. 

PLKDGiiS: Herbert AltschuU, Frederick Lionel Bloch, Howard Cohen, Sinclair Sar- 
torius Jacobs, Charles Landy, William Lasker Rosensohn, Marshall Henry Solomon, 
Sylvan Paul Stein, Gene Leonard LJsdin, Warren Winkelstein. 



Lasker Levy Munves Neuman Rosenbloom, R. L. Rosenbloom, R. M. Schwartz 

Sievers Solomon Spies Stein Sunstein Usdin Weil Winkelstein 



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OMMUNIQUE 1940. Somewhere in Chapel Hill. 

In a hard fought battle, the Zetes made a considerable 
advance toward their objective, the retirement of the 
Deke Trophy. Led by General "Lodi" Philips, they 
maintained their position in scholarship and secured 
many spoils of war in the field of Intramurals. During 
lulls in the battle, recreation was provided for the 
soldiers by "Molapper" Wilkinson, President of The 
May Frolics Committee, and "Val Val" Sutton, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of the German Club. Casualties in- 
cluded "Gimbo" Wilson and "Buddy" Blalock, who led 
unsuccessful attacks on the coed front, and "Bennie" 
Hamilton, who died in action defending Gimghoul 
Castle. General Philips commended the deeds of "Fat" 
Carr, intramural manager, "Bunk" Anderson, political 
manager, and Logan Howell, in charge of provisions. 
The battle was marked by courageous fighting on the 
part of the Juniors, Sophomores, and Pledges. 

For further details consult Boss Hill. 



Anderson Blalock Browning 

Carr Clodfelter Davis 

Fuller Hackney Hamilton 




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Faculty: Edward Tankard Brown. 

Graduate School: Herbert Stacy McKay. 

Law School: Joseph Blount Cheshire, IV, Alexander Hawkins Graham, Jr., Junius 
Daniel Grimes, Jr., Logan Douglas Howell, Henry Hyman Philips, Jr., John Kenyon 
Wilson, Jr. 

Medical School: Gus Evans Forbes, Jr., Asa Riclimond Parham. 

Seniors: William George Anderson, William Rennie Blalock, Jr., Albert Gallatin 
Carr, Paul Larkin Clodfelter, Jr., Frederick Bruce Hamilton, Alfred Llewellyn Hob- 
good, Jr., Louis Valvelle Sutton, Jr., George Alexander Wilkinson, Jr. 

Juniors: Edward Palmer Davis, Jr., Thomas Jennings Hackney, Jr., Thomas Holt 
Haywood, Jr., Thomal Palmer Nash, Jr., Edwin Anderson Penick, Jr., William Trent 
Ragland, Jr., Pembroke Graves Rees, William Alfred Upton, William Neilson Vog- 
ler, Jr. 

Sophomores: Marion Miot Fuller, Jr., Jarvis Aubrey Hanes, Curtis William How- 
ard, Jr., Wallace Bruce Lea, Jr., Harry Little Martin, Jr., Samuel Fox Mordecai, Charles 
Parks Reece, John William Sasser, Nelson Ferebee Taylor, James Preston Thorp, John 
Daniel Thorp, Hubert Cozart Walston, Harry Frederick Weyher, Jr., Isaac Clark 
Wright. 

Pledges: George Hackney Adams, Leslie Edwards Babcock, Jr., Benjamin Howard 
Browning, Jr., Alexander Shuford Davis, Hugh Dortch, Jr., John Wood Foreman, Ed- 
win Morton Fulghum, Lloyd Lee Gravely, Jr., Charles Hamlin Hancock, Henry Blount 
Hunter, Jr., Robert Gilliam Kittrell, Jr., Cameron McRae, Jr., Frank Faison Mordecai, 
Marion Arendell Parrott, George Dial Penick, William Albert Redfern, Jr., James Al- 
fred Self, Marion Jackson Trotman, Thomas Anthony Wadden, Jr. 



Hanes 


Haywood 


Hobgood 


Howard 


Howell 


Lea 


McRae 


Mordecai 


Nash 


Parrott 


Penick 


Philips 


Ragland 


Reece 


Rees 


Sasser 


Self 


Sutton 


Thorp, J. P. 


Thorp, J. D. 


Taylor 


Upton 


Vogler 


Weyher 


Wilkenson 


Wilson 


Wright 






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LOUIS STUART FICKLEN 



Officers: Louis Stuart Ficklen, President; Christian Siewers, Vice-President; 
Horace Richter, Secretary; Tom Long, Treasurer. 

Members: Ernest Yount, Alpha Tau Omega; Christian H. Siewers, Beta 
Theta Pi; Robert Alexander, Chi Phi; Marc Ferrand, Chi Psi; Kenneth 
Royall, Delta Kappa Epsilon; David Murchison, Delta Psi; Tom Long, 
Kappa Alpha; Frank Holton, Kappa Sigma; Jesse Pike, Lambda Kappa 
Alpha; James Schliefer, Omega Beta; Sid Sadoff, Phi Alpha; Wilford 
Gragg, Phi Delta Theta; Julian Brantley, Phi Gamma Delta; Philip 
George, Phi Kappa Sigma; J. R. Bailey, Pi Kappa Alpha; T. S. Royster, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; George W. Plonk, Sigma Chi ; Louis Stuart Ficklen, 
Sigma Nu; Horace Richter, Tau Epsilon Phi; Harry- Lasker, Zeta Beta Tau; 
Hyman Philips, Zeta Psi. 



OFFICERS 




J. HE Interfraternity Council had as its function the 
governing of all the men's Greek organizations on 
the campus. The Presidents of each house make up 
the membership of the group. This Council had the 
power to try breaches of its by-laws and to punish 
such breaches by fines or other means which it 
deemed wise. 

The year 1939-40 was a rather hectic one for the 
Council because the end of a trial plan for conduct 



of Co-eds in fraternity houses brought the need of 
drafting a completely new plan. This work took about 
five months. A plan M'as agreed on whereby the house 
was to see that there were no violations of the Co-ed 
agreement rather than leaving the execution of the 
plan up to the individual Co-ed. Fraternities were held 
responsible to the Interfraternity Council rather than 
to the administration or any other body. Permission 
for House Parties or other social functions came 
directly from the President of the Council. 



The Council controlled rushing regulations and ail 
other matters which were of interest to the fraterni- 
ties as a group. This governing body worked closely 
with the Dean of Students, the Faculty Committee on 
Fraternities, and the Student Council. 



Each year the Council sends representatives to the 
National Interfraternity Conference in New York. 

Another very notable work of the body was the occa- 
sional setting up of scholarships and donations to 
worthy campus organizations. 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 





l^ankellenlc L^ouncii 



Officers: President: Josephine Martin, Chi Omega; Secretary-Treasurer: 
Mary Jane Yeatman, Pi Beta Phi. 

Members: Josephine Martin, Chi Omega; EHzabeth Warren, Chi 
Omega; Polly Raoul, Pi Beta Phi; Mary Jane Yeatman, Pi Beta Phi; 
Sarah Frances Crosby, Alpha Delta Pi ; Helen Copenhaver, Alpha Delta 



Pi. 



OFFICERS 



YEATMAN 

RAOUL 

MARTIN 

CROSBY 

WARREN 

COPENHAVER 




J. HE Panhellenic Council of the University of North 
Carolina is composed of representatives from each of the 
sororities on the campus. It is an organization established 
"To maintain on a high plane fraternity life and inter- 
fraternity relationship, to cooperate with college authorities 
in their effort to maintain high social and scholastic stand- 
ards throughout the whole college, and to be a forum for 
the discussion of questions of interest to the college and the 
fraternity world". 

The work of the present Panhellenic has been to adapt 
itself to the increased enrollment of girls at the University, 



to establish itself upon a firm and permanent basis, and to 
strive for the recognition of women's groups and of women's 
activities on the campus. Its efforts have been to emphasize 
Panhellenic values by showing its worth to the fraternity 
through interfraternity relationships and mutual apprecia- 
tion; to the campus, through emphasis on the fine things 
that all the groups have in common, thus building a loyalty 
which is larger than any one group loyalty. Finally, Pan- 
hellenic fosters a spirit of cooperation and interest in college 
activities for the common good of fraternity and non- 
fraternity women. 



THE GREEKS HAVE A NAME FDR IT . . . 

Key: Hold 'em, freshmen. 

Magician's admirers; Juice boy, Hugh Foss; A.T.O. 
tea hounds; Collegiate technique, undeveloped; One 
of those all night games, "Who hid the chips?" 
Woims eye view; Pass the other beans; You reckon 
we'll have to enlist soon? 




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RULERS 



547 James Perry Willis 

552 Thomas Sampson Royster. 

546 Harry Russell 

550 George Watts Carr 
551 Lawson Turner . . . 



K. D. S. 

. ...W. S. S. 
. K. M. K. 
N. G. P. 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
315 Robert W. Wettach 
319 William W. Pierson 
328 Francis F. Bradshaw 
331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 
343 Dudley DeWitt Carroll 
369 William F. Prouty 
373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 
385 Robert Edwin Coker 
405 Charles S. Mongum 
417 George Coffin Taylor 
439 J. Penrose Harland 
442 Robert B. House 
453 H. G. Baity 



468 Herman Walter Schnell 

490 Fletcher Meivin Green 

548 Frederick Bruce Hamilton 

549 Randolph McLeod Dick 

553 George Alexander Wilkinson 

558 Frederick Alexander Blount 

559 George McDuffie 

560 James Alexander Gray 

561 Thomas Henry Wright, Jr. 

562 Louis Valvelle Sutton, Jr. 

563 Edward Townsend Moore 

564 Kenneth C. Royall, Jr. 

565 WilliamTrent Ragland, Jr. 

566 James Shober Browley 

567 Harold Lindsay Amoss, Jr. 

568 Isaoc Bates Grainger 



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DAVID REIDMURCHISON 

PRINCEPS 



WILLIAM WALKER MINE 

QUAESTOR 



GODFREY CHESHIRE, JR. 

SCRIPTOR 




CLARK BARTLETT 

ALBERT GALLATIN CARR 
GODFREY CHESHIRE, JR. 

WILLIAM WASHINGTON CHISHOLM 
CHARLES EDWARD DIFFENDAL, JR. 
EVANS DAVIS 

rCORMICK GROSS, i 
•/ALKER HINE 



FRANK MARION HOLMES 
TJ^MAS JENNINGS HACKNF> 
DAVID REIDMURCHISO 
THOMAS " 
HENRY 



THIRTEEN CLUB MEMBERS 



HAMILTON JONES President 

Wl LLIAM WALLACE BRUNER. Sec. -Treas. 




CYRUS SIMMONDS BEARD 
HOWARD VINCENT BOUNDS 
HENRY BRANCH 
GEORGE ROWLAND BROWN 
WILLIAM WALLACE BRUNER 
DUDLEY DUBOSE COCKE 
JOHN RANDOLPH CHAMBLISS 
JAMES WASHINGTON CREWS 
WILLIAM CHURCH CROOM 
LOUIS STUART FICKLEN 
TOM JENNINGS HACKNEY 
PHILLIP WILEY HAIGH 
VICTOR FISHER HARLEE 
CHARLES JOHNSON HARRIS 
THOMAS CLIFTON HAYES 
RUSSELL EDWARD HEBBARD 
ROBERT STUART HUTCHINSON 
HAMILTON JONES 
LUCIAN BOYD LENTZ 
JOHN FRANKLIN LYNCH, JR. 
SAMUEL DACE McPHERSON 



EDWARD TOWNSEND MOORE 
THOMAS L^CY MORROW 
DAVID-REIDMURCHISON 
TOM PALMER NASH 
EDWIN OVERMAN NORVELL 
HENRY HUMAN PHILLIPS 
THOMAS BROADWAY ROYSTER 
JOHN WILLIAM SASSER, JR. 
EMMETT SEBRELL 
RODNEY ENGLISH SNOW 
ARMISTEAD BURWELL SMITH, JR. 
GEORGE MARSHALL STRATTON 
JESSE FRANCIS SWAN 
JOHN THORPE 
DONALD FULLER TORREY 
HUBERT KING TURLEY 
BURGES URQUHART 
ALLAN WRIGHT WEBB 
JOHN WARNER WHITE 
TREZ PLAYER YEATMAN 






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ISAAC BATES GRAINGER 
JAMES PERRIN QUARLES 
DAVID WALTER SEIFERT 




SYDEN HT^RTALESi^^DER 
WILLIAM CRESS ALEXANDER 
MARVIN POPE ANTHONY 
ROBERT STRANGE BRIDGERS 
HENRY KING BURGWYN 
ALBERT GALLATIN CARR 
^AUSTIN HEATON CARR 
WILLIAM DAVENPORT 



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;y LARRY MONSANTO FERLING 
GEORGE ANDERSON FOOTE 
WALTER EDGE FORAN 
GUS FORBES, JR. 
ANDREW GENNETT, JR. 
WILFORD HARRIS GRA( 
ISAAC BATES GRAINGER, JR. 
SAMUEL THORNE GREGORY 
ALEX GREGG, JR. 
CYRUS DUNLAP HOGUE 




LTER MOORE LAMBETH 
tCHARD ALVIS MAY 
HOMAS SAMUEL MEANS 
CALVIN BLACKWEJ^MQglSSETTE 
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ROBERT WILLIAM POWERS 
JAMES MINETREE PINE ■% 
JAMES PERRIN QUARLES, JR. 
DAVID WALTER SEIFERT m 
MARSHALL McCLANEY SHEPHERD 
: WILLIAM HENRY SHULL 'M^ 
' LOUIS VALVELLE SUTTON ^/ 

WILLIAM GRADY STEVENS 
**^«i*J:<5^.AWS0N WITHERS TURNER 
WILLIAM NEILSON V0GLE| 
HUBERT COZART WALSTON 
FLOYD WHITNEY ' 
CHARLES EDWARD WOOD, III 
ISAAC CLARK WRIGHT 



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THE MINATAURS 

THOMAS HENRY WRIGHT, JR M. W. H. 

WESCOTT ROBERSON WOLLEN M. W. U. 

THOMAS HOLT HAYWOOD B. T. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

WINSTON BROADFOOT 
JULIAN BAXTER COGH ILL, JR^ 
JAMES ROUNTREE COLLETT 
MASTEN RUFUS DALTON 
JESSE LAMAR FULLENWIDER, JR. 
BUNK GARDNER, JR, 
FREDERICK BRUCE HAMILTON 
WILLIAM WALKER MINES 
FRANK MARION HOLMES 
WILLIAM JOSLIN 
CHARLES EDWARD LYNCH 
GEORGE McDUFFIE 
JAMES McCAUSLAND ROSS 
KENNETH CLAIBORNE ROYALL, JR. 
ROBERT McDAVID SMITH 
ROBERT ERNEST SUMNER 
GARLAND SCOTT TUCKER 
GEORGE WILKINSON, JR. 

HUTS 

JACK WATSON BARNES 
JAMES TAYLOR BERNON 
EDMUND CONGER FOREHAND 
FRANK BORDEN HANES 
RICHARD LEON KENDRICK 
MAHLON HARRIS LONG, JR. 
TALMADGE EDWARD NEWTON 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARK 
CHARLES PARKS REECE 
WILLIAM HENRY SEEMAN 
JAMES PRESTON THORPE 
CHARLES JACKSON TUCKER 




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EARL CARRDL 



Vanity Fair for the 1940 Yackety Yack was selected by Mr. 
Earl Carrol of Hollywood. A contest was staged, the plan of 
which was to have each school here represented submit its 
five most beautiful girls. From each of these groups Mr. 
Carrol selected one to appear as Beauty Queen of her school. 
These selections make up this year's Vanity Fair. 



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Miss Frances BucMew 
Miss May Hampton Caldwell 
Miss Louise Craft 
Miss Stacy Crockett 



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Miss Peggy LeDnard 
Miss Janet Kelly 
Miss Alice Murdock 
Miss Betty Gray Parker 
Miss Margaret Royall 



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MISS OLIVE CRUIKSHANK, MAY QUEEN 



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HE natural beauty of its outdoor setting and its colorful pageantry 
have made May Day an outstanding spring event at the University. It is 
presented annually around the first of May and is sponsored by Alpha 
Kappa Gamma, the women's honorary sorority. The entire program is 
written and directed by the students. Dances, songs, and pantomime are 
designed to carry out various themes. 

Beauty and charm characterize the Carolina May Queen. She is a senior 
selected by a campus election. In viewing the lovely queen with her maid 
of honor and attendants, one can realize the refuted beauty of the co-eds 
is completely justified. 

In a setting depicting the facade of a Southern home of the ante-bellum 
period, Miss Olive Cruikshank of Raleigh was crowned queen. Miss Molly 
Albritton of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, was maid of honor. The attendants 
included the Misses Jane Hunter, Miriam Durette, Ethel Laidlaw, Betty 
Redfern, Barbara Winton, Melville Corbett, Janet Lawrence, Helen 
Jacobs, Elizabeth Gammon, and Burnice Brantley. Before the queen and 
her court and a large audience of interested spectators was enacted sev- 
eral scenes related to plantation life. 

Now an annual affair May Day is anticipated by the campus both for its 
interesting program and its recognition of the loveliness of the women 
students of the University. 




{Le\itoR,ght}~U\m.kM DURETTE, JANE HUNTER, ETHEL LAIDLAW, ELIZABETH GAMMON, HELEN JACOBS, MOLLY ALBRITTON, 
OLIVE CRUIKSHANK, BERNICE BRANTLEY, MELVILLE CORBETT, JANET LAWRENCE, BARBARA WINTON, BETT^' REDFERN, 
AND CHILDREN. 



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HEN the hush of a week-end falls on the campus and the melodious harmonies of an orchestra makes 
Bingham Hail shudder, you know that the dance week-end is here. The co-eds grit their teeth — those who 
haven't yet learned to flaunt their charms for invitations — while the imports mosey in and out of the fraternity 
houses in disreputable skirts and sweaters. 

But with the late afternoon and night, a change is made. Gone with the wind are the disreputable clothes and 
each young miss strives to look her best in formal attire. While her date manages either to look comfortable 
in a bat-wing or simply relaxes in a turned-down tux, the ladies sway in their Sunday best. 

On tlie rostrum, surrounded by a knot of admirers and lovers of the jive, a man keeps the down-beat going 
with a smooth stick. He looks bored, but to us gen'men of Carolina what he manages to give is far from a 
moan of ennui. The man is Larry Clinton, Glenn Gray, or any other you may name. Few are the big orchestras 
who haven't played for the dances at Carolina, and fewer still are the students who haven't enjoyed these week- 
ends, who haven't carried away memories of roaring good times. 

So, for the dance-set boys of Carolina and for our own Nellies, the co-eds whom we really love, we present 
for your entertainment and pleasure — the dance week-end! 



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UNIVERSITY 
DANCE 
COMMITTEE 



N 1925 dances at the University were suspended by the Execu- 
tive Committee of the Faculty because of their rough character. 
Several members of the faculty, seeing the injustice of this, sought 
to inaugurate some method of continuing dances. As a result of 
their efforts a dance committee was formed, composed of fifteen 
students and three faculty members. Dr. W. S. Bernard was asked 
by President Chase (then head of the University) to head this 
committee. In order to accept this position, which he deemed a high 
honor, Dr. Bernard resigned from the Executive Committee of the 
Faculty. President Chase thus granted the University Dance Com- 
mittee its charter with the provisions that the Executive Committee 
of the Faculty and the Student Council should have no jurisdiction 
over it. 

The main object of this committee was, and is, to maintain order at 
all University dances and see that they are conducted on the highest 
level possible. 

Today the University Dance Committee is one of the most repre- 
sentative organizations on the campus as well as one of the most 
successful. Its members are elected by the various organizations to 
represent them on the committee. 

At present the committee consists of eighteen students and three 
faculty members. The members, together with the organizations 
which elected them, are: R. C. Worley, Order of the Grail, Chair- 
man of the committee ; Leon Galloway, Graduate Club, Secretary of 
the committee; W R. Blalock, holdover member; J. B. Goghill, 
German Club; G. L. Coxhead, Sophomore class; H. E. Dillon, 
Interdormitory Council; L. S. Ficklen, German Club; E. E. Erick- 
son, Junior Class; T. W. Heath, Order of the Grail; J. A. McNeill, 
Pharmacy School ; F. P. Holton, Interfraternity Council ; Cy Jones, 
Order of the Grail; W. E. Meehan, Law-Med. School; J. M. Pike, 
holdover; B. L. Premo, Senior Class; L. V. Sutton, German Club; 
P. Thompson, Holdover, Gates Kimball, Head Doorman. The 
members of the Faculty Committee on Dances are: Dr. E. L. 
M.ickie, Chairman; Dr. H. K. Russell, and Herman Schnell. 



Blalock, Coghill, Coxhead, Dillon, Erick- 
SON, Ficklen, Galloway, Heath. Holton, 
Jones. Kimball, McNeill, Meehan, Pike, 
Premo, Sutton. Thompson. Worley, 
Mackie, Russell, Schnell. 




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FFICERS: Louis Stuart Ficklen, President; Julian Cog- 
hill, Vice-President; Louis Sutton, Secretary -Treasurer; and 
Tom ^X'right, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. 

Executive Committee Members: Godfrey Cheshire, Ed 
Dickerson, Charles Diffendal, Sam McPherson, Dave Mur- 
chinson, Lynch Murphy, Warren Smith, Lawson Turner, 
and Jimmy Ross. 



GERMAN CLUB 
EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE 



The men named above were responsible for the welfare of 
the German Club for the year 1939-40. When the year 
opened the organization was in the red. It was the under- 
taking of this group to restore the club to its feet. They 
undertook a sound reorganization plan and made the club 
once more a prosperous organization. The work which they 
did in putting on good dances on a sound financial basis 
and bringing good bands to the campus was indeed a re- 
markable undertaking. 

They brought us, for Fall Germans, Larr)' Clinton. We will 
all rem.ember the "Dipsy Doodler" with pleasure. At Mid- 
Winters we heard Glen Gray and the Casa Lomans. For 
Finals an excellent year was topped off when Glenn Miller 
and Eddie Duchin furnished the rhythm. 

Remember: Graham Memorial . . . Bob Magill . . . Nine- 
Hundred Dollars . . . Comprehensives always conflicting 
with dances . . . The Secretary-Treasurer's accident . . . The 
turning over of the reins at Finals . . . Meeting deadlines for 
the Yackety Yack — Joke . . . 



Cheshire. Coghill. Diffendal, Ficklen, 
McPherson, Murchinson, Murphy, Smith, 
Sutton, Turner, Wright, 




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FALL GERMANS 



XVURING November the excite- 
ment of both the German Dances and 
the Carolina - Duke Football game 
was interwoven into the same week- 
end. The eventful week-end was 
started with a rousing pep rally of 
which Kay Kayser was the honored 
guest. The weather was warm for 
November and unusual for Chapel 
Hill for it was dance week-end and 
no rain! Larry Clinton's music did 
much to upheave the dampened 
spirits caused by loss of the game to 




Duke Saturday. All in all and with 
the exception of the football game, 
the week-end was a social high light 
of the year. 

The leaders of the dance set were: 
Robert Strange with Miss Mary Cor- 
bett; Henry May with Miss Fay Lin- 
berg; Clark Ballard with Miss Lois 
Wilkins; George Foote with Miss 
Ethel Lindsay; Jess Swan with Miss 
Jane Moody; George Coxhead with 
Miss Shirley Bailey; John Ditfendal 
with Miss Mary Lewis Millis; Fere- 
bee Taylor with Miss Josephine Peo- 
ples; Cyrus Hogue with Miss Eliza- 
beth Jones. 



Coxhead. Miss Bailey. Diffendal. Miss 
Millis. Foote, Miss Lindsey, May, Miss 
LiNDBERG, Strange. Miss Corbett. T.^ylor. 
Miss Peoples. 









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MID-WINTERS 



J_ HE music of Glen Gray echoed 
through the cold air of the Tin Can and 
another dance week-end had begun at 
Carolina. The Tin Can, decorated with a 
Valentine theme and filled with a capacity 
crowd lent an air of complete relief from 
a dismal quarter and added much joy to 
the occasion. 

The week-end was highlighted by the 
Duke-Carolina Boxing match. Remember 
that Kimball-Bailey fight? Numerous 
other activities both athletic and social 
made the week-end one of many fond 
memories. 

The leaders of the Friday night dance 
were: Tom Nash with Miss Gwyn Watts, 




Bill Davenport with Miss Jean Dulin, 
Perrin Quarles with Miss Hordenia Jef- 
feries, Ed Seaver with Miss Courtney 
Owens, Sonny Lambeth with Miss Mar- 
garet White, Matt Dalton with Miss 
Harriet Sutherland, Lucian Lentz with 
Miss Eleen Self, Malcolm McNaughton 
with Miss Betty Kelsee, Tommy Hayes 
with Miss Mary Marshall Jones, and 
Winston Broadfoot with Miss Frances 
Warren. 

The Leaders of the Saturday Night dance 
were: Lawson Turner with Miss Frances 
Moses, Louis Sutton with Miss Nancy 
Maupin, Charles Diffendal with Miss 
Pauline Douglas, Tom Wright with Miss 
Louise Bennett, David Murchison with 
Miss Johnson, Julian Coghill with Miss 
Alexa McColl, Warren Smith with Miss 
Mary Emma Robbins, Lynch Murphy with 
Miss Nancy Leonard, Studie Ficklen with 
Miss Louise Debrell, Godfrey Cheshire 
with Miss Beth Caldwell, and Sam Mc- 
Pherson with Miss Nancy Wrenn. 



Cheshire, Miss Caldwell, Diffendal, Miss 
Douglas, Ficklen, Miss Debrell, Murphey, 
Miss Leonard, Sutton, Miss Murdock, 
Turner, Miss Moses. 






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Davis, Miss Davis, Ferling, Miss Phillips, Hall, Miss Minges, Royali.. Miss Boykin, Royster, Miss 
Williams. Wilkerson, Miss Thiem 



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Red-letter day on anybody's 
calendar at Carolina is the annual 
May Frolics, always held in the 
middle of April. May Frolics is the 
official welcome of spring at Carolina. Imports swarm 
into Chapel Hill leaving a few co-eds to attend the 
dances. This year Tommy Dorsey and his Band were 
brought to the campus for this event. White tie and 




tails lent an air of formality to the 
occasion while T. Dorsey and his 
rhythm increased the joviality. 

The Leaders of the figures were: 
John Davis with Miss Davis, Larry Ferling with Miss 
Phillips, A. C. Hall with Miss Mmges, Kenneth Roy- 
all with Miss Boykin, Thomas S. Royster with Miss 
Williams, and George Wilkerson with Miss Thiem. 





FINALS 

• • 



CAMPBELL, DANIEL, DAVIS, HANCOCK 



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AD but happy thoughts of commencement set the scene for the final Ger- 
man Club presentation of the year. Jimmy Lunceford and Will Osborne offered 
the rhythm for the occasion. As life at Carolina slowly became memories. A 
note of joy and gladness was added by the dance week-end preceding com- 
mencement. This set being the last three day dance set at Carolina proved also 
to be one of the year's best. 





The Seniors leading the figure were: Keith Eustler with Sarah Ruark, Bill Raney 
with Becky Davis, Wills Hancock with Marianna Hancock, Bill Campbell with 
Blevins Vogler, Harold Sager with Pat Brown, Bill Davis with Helen Jennings, 
Bill Hendrix with Marion Galloway, June Tillery with Margaret Brandon, 
Johnson Harris with Marian Sedwick, Louis Sutton with Sarah Sutton, and Bill 
Daniel with Martha De Golian. 





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HARRIS HENDRIX 

SAGHR TILLERY 




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PHI ASSEMBLY BALL 



M HE annual Phi Assembly Ball 
was held on the evening of Novem- 
ber 1 1 . Midshipmen from the Naval 
Academy and the University of Ox- 
ford Debating team attended as spe- 
cial guests making the dance a color- 
ful occasion. Jimmie Farr and his 
orchestra played for the event which 
turned out to be the most successful 




dance in the Assembly's history, and 
one of the most delightful affairs of 
the fall quarter. 

The leaders of the dance were: Joe 
Dawson with Miss Shirley Hobbs, 
Ott Burton with Miss Jo Austin, Bob 
Farris with Miss Frances Gibson, 
James Ellison with Miss Eloise 
Brown, Art Clark with Miss Eliza- 
beth Orton, Bob Sloan with Miss 
Marion Igo, and Jimmie Pittman 
with Miss Virginia Gates. 



Burton. Miss Austin. CL.^RK, Miss Orton. 
Davcson. Miss Hobbs. Ellison. Miss Brown. 
Farris. Miss Gibson. Pittman. Miss Gates. 




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Dillon. Miss Ci ick. Farris. Miss Gibson. Hardy. Miss Burns. Morrison. Miss Carraway. Stewart, 
Miss DonsoN. Stroud. Miss PrTHicK. Vincent. Miss Harris 



INTERDDRMITDRY DANCES 



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XJ LEAK February brought to the 
Campus Al Donahue and Bubbles 
Becker for the Interdormitory 
Dances. The Friday night dance, 
with music rendered by Bubbles 
Becker, was preceded by a banquet honoring mem- 
bers of the Interdormitory Council and their dates. 

A tea dance was held Saturday afternoon and the 
Grail honored the Interdormitory boys with a dance 
Saturday night. Al Donahue contributed the music 
to both. 




The dance leaders participating in 
the figures were: Red Stroud with 
Miss Pethick, Jack Towell with 
Miss Jessie Skinner, Shelton Dug- 
ger with Miss Ruby Reese, Leon 
Russell with Miss Jeanne Connell, "Piggie" Briggs 
with Miss Martha Showalter, Mickey Wagner with 
Miss Margaret Carraway, Hal Pope with Miss Sara 
Hudis, Bob Farris with Miss Frances Gibson, Richard 
Aiken with Miss Dorothy Foust, Ott Burton with 
Miss Dorothy Kimpall, and Phil Ellis with Miss 
Marion Igo. 




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FRESHMAN DANCES 



jf HE social season of the Spring 
quarter was opened by the Freshman 
Dance, first of the spring quarter. 
Held the week-end before elections 
in the new gym, all the dance lacked 
was a politicians' no-break. Rain, in 
tlie usual Carolina fashion, accom- 
panied the freshman event. Dean 
Hudson's orchestra played for the 
dance and as an added attraction 
accompanied Marjorie Johnston to 



"My Heart Has Told Me So" from 
Sound and Fury's original campus 
presentation, "One More Spring". 

The leaders for this event were: 
Tommy Crudup with Miss Peoples, 
Floyd Cohoon with Miss Bateman, 
Page Shamburger with Miss Charles 
and Campbell Ir^'ing with Miss Fris- 
sell. These were assisted by Buck 
Osbourne, George Adams and J. B. 
Webster. 





Cohoon, Miss Bateman. Crudup, Miss Peo- 
ples, Irving, Miss Frissell, Shamburger, 
Miss Charles. 




Alfxander, Miss McNeely. Batchelor, Miss Bush. Elliot, Miss Malildin, Hobbs. Miss Gannon, 
HoLLiNGSwoRTH, Miss HiERS, Martin, Miss Sexton. McKinnon, Miss Barnes 



SDPHDMDRE DANCES 



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,AIN USHERED in the 
Sophomore Dance week-end. The 
crowded dances in Wollen Gym 
were held on the day before 
the Carolina-State Football game. The music was 
rendered by Dan Gregory. After the game Saturday 
Dean Hudson played for the tea dance. Saturday 
night the Grail held a dance in honor of the sopho- 




mores and their dates. Hudson 
again rendered the harmony. 

Those who led for this occasion 
were : Bill Alexander with Miss Mc- 
Neely, Doug Batchelor with Miss Bush, Pinkey Elliott 
with Miss Mauldin, Truman Hobbs with Miss Gannon, 
Lloyd Hollingsworth with Miss Hiers, W. T. Martin 
with Miss Sexton, Bill McKinnon with Miss Barnes. 




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BOWLES DAVIS FAIRLEY GRAINGER 

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IRLS . . . Music . . . laughter . . . girls ... at last spring and Junior- Seniors 
had come. Besides Jan Savitt and his music, Beer parties, house parties, and 
hayrides were in order for the day. Dances come in the morning, afternoon, 
and on into the night. Both imports and co-eds joined hands to render the 
week-end in the characteristic Carolina fashion. In the spring a young man's 
fancy turns to thoughts of Chapel Hill in full bloom, Junior-Seniors, and 
tripping the light fantastic . . . 




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The leaders from the Senior Class for the week-end were: Jim Davis, Jack 
Fairley, Martin Harmon, Benny Hunter, Ed Megson, George Ralston, and 
Billy Wmstead. 

Representing the Junior Class were: Skipper Bowles, Ike Grainger, Jimmy 
Howard, Charlie Idol, Kenan Williams, and Paul Severin. 




KIMBALL 


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PLAYGROUND OF THE SDUTH . . . 

Key: Old South, pre-Civil War style. 

Boy, ain't she a wow, though?; It's Noe, know 'er?; 
The South — Gerard, "Brenner Pass"; South's daily 
sunners. 




Chapel period; politics, bull, gossip; A.C. and Sarah; 
It's on page six; Bet they're from home; Sailor, be- 
ware; Don't worry, we see you; Helen Ann worships 
he-man; Ten thirty rendezvous; Jean and the current 
choice; Time's haven't changed much. 











DDRM LIFE AS WE LIVED IT IN 1940 . . . 

Key: Old East cornerstone. 

Upper-quad court, political inferno; Now smile; 
He's got that petroleum sheen; Listening in, Caro- 
lina-Tulane game. 



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Pie-eyed piper; Club Steele Store, Frank Ledbetter 
presiding; Lazy bones, just sitting and gumming; 
Saturday Night; Smith and Balzac; Mangum's morn- 
ing mail; A symbol of our heritage; Spencer's spin- 
sters; Just like Stirny's. 



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PREPARED PILL PEDDLER'S PICTORIAL PAGE . . 
Key: Expecting your folks? 

Female Pharmacists, my, my; Leap year lover; Rose 
and Jesse smiling as usual; I think we're being fol- 
lowed; Lay down. Bud; We'll miss Alta Jane 
Hold'em; "Hitler invades Norway, Sweden ..." 




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SPRINGTIME PASTIMES . . . 

Key: Phi Gam ringers. 

Don't look now, Don't look now, Don't look now!; 
Simon Legree and child labor; And so far into the 
night; Hmm, she might; Thelma Brammer and 
stooge; Come up'n see me, beeg boy; Look at the 
ball, Phillips; Ivlaybe they are part owners. 





A Chapel Hill Institution, Dur Student Union 

Key: That last minute pressure. 

Graham Memorial's trend of the times; JVIac, of the 
Grill, and victim, Grubbs; D.T.H. ad collectors; Tar 
Heel and B»c bigwigs; No. 5, in the corner pocket; 
That one vote week-end; The B/zc takes shape; Vot- 
ing, machine age style. 





CARDLINA'S SMOOTHIES IN ACTION . . . 

Key: That brotherly sisterly feeling. 

Come on, it's free; Business manager Halperin, and 
business; Gates and Martha, "Just walking"; Won't 
be long now; Two birds in a cage; "God save the 
King"; Rex, and social climbing Cocker pup; Three, 
and still trying. 



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WEEK-END SPDHTIN', CDURTIN', IMPDRTIN'... 

Key: Beat it out! 

Larry Clinton and dipsy-doodlers; Stopl You're 
breaking my heart. 



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Sunrise serenade; Carolina, third down and fifteen 
to go; Gates, Alice, and Jim tete-a-tete; ATO's fete 
their pledges; Morning-after boredom; Necks, please; 
Time out for the Yackhty Yack; Think hard, sister, 
she'sl!; Look what I've done; We ain't mad at no- 
body; I've got my eyes on you; The ever subtle Moe. 





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CARDLINAS OVERNIGHT EXPANSION . . . 

Key: Pennies from Heaven. 

Renovated Alumni; Woman's Dorm No. 3; Where 
Med. students burn midnight oil; Woman's Dorm 
No. 1 ; New Med. building. 



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"H", of the lower quad; Meat, two vegetables . . . 
two bits; Power plant; Woolen Gym; Zoology build- 
ing; K, "Kayser", dorm; Inn annex. 



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TIN CAN TINTINNABULATIONS . . 

Key: Got a match? 

Hero worship a la male; That self-conscious after- 
figure dance; Take it oft; Hero worship a la female; 
Little apple in full swing; Sanford "interviews" 
singer; He must eat at Swain; Student-Faculty day 
committee at work. 




CAROLINA SIDELIGHTS . . . . 

A.';').- How bout a pat, bud ? 

Al Carr, and not in Harry's; Bastille, Fleet Street, 
Sing Sing, Devil's Island; Itsie footsie hurtsie?; You 
homesick, fellah?; Boy, that's food for thought; 
Geology field trip; Terry, candid camera fiend; The 
Dashiells chaperone. 





CHAPEL HILL'S LDDP DISTRICT . . 

Key: So DRINK chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug. 

State college; We're in the peerade, now, We're not 
behind the plow . . .; 1 :30 class M-S; P.O., remember 
their building it?; Street walkers, headed for E. Car- 
rington's; Clyde, Moze: Bring me those D finan- 
cial reports; The usually deserted side; Ab's, "Offices 
of contempo"; Gee, you're beautiful. 





NATIVES AND FURRINERS . . 

Key: Boop-boop-a-doop, it's May day. 

That's right, you're right, it's Kay; Gatton and prize 
catch, Taft; It's a habit: John and Martha; Let's 
gooooo, Carolina!; Leap year, it's on me; The poor 
overworked guy; Let's watch 'em go by. 





AND THE SNOWS CAME - 

Key: What a snow, fourteen inches. 

Come on, after 'em . . . ; Go 'way, it's not finished 
yet; Snow bound; As seen from Dorm No. 1. 



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AND CAME . . 



Pity the poor opposition; Carolina's unusual winter 
robe; Thawing it out; Snow ball free-for-all; K.A., 
Kappa Sig assault on Phi Kappa Sig; Visibility zero, 
pulchritude plus; It's just too, too delightful; She's 
probably from Florida; Sally Ford Mc's cohorts at- 
tack Dekes; The European war got competition here. 





WE EVEN ATTENDED CLASSES . . 

Key: South, 12:53. 

A.K.; Lover's acre, southwest entrance; PLEASE! 
Keep Off The Grass; Swindle, conjugate amo; As 
the prof sees us. 




BELIEVE IT DR NDT 

Mackie, freshman Math, idol; Bingham to Peabody, 
seven minutes; Embryonic psychologists leaving New 
West; Fodder for this scientific age; There's my 
hometown; No dogs allowed; Typical ten thirty "Y" 
crush; Foster with the old evil glint. 



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WE TDDK IT EASY 

Key: Gee, I feel better already. 

Wish she'd move that phone; Are you sure it's not 
ham?; Simons Lucas Roof, Jr. converses with na- 
ture; Cam, two to four any day; Lil' Abner at eight 
twenty; C.P.U.'s Gatton takes the count; But Dead 
Eye Dick crept stealthily . . . ; Sociology 62 Lab. 




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CANDID CATCHES 



Key: Sunning on the pier, Hogan's lake. 

Exam week; Dorm Two's triumverate — Doris, Dot, 
Ann; 'sno man, Peggy; It's a terrible life; Beer on 
whiskey; Going to church, Phil?; Mother's little 
helper; Poor embossed Bossy. 





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■'GENTLEMEN, THE CAROLINA COEDS!' 

Key: It's Meta, didja meet 'er? 

We're pals, everybody; Student-Facully nifties and 
ogling hoipoloi; Camera conscious coeds; Nancy, 
Stieffie, Mary Wood, and Droopy. 



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Doris, etc., probably reading Doris* column ; Admiral 
Foote's daughter rides again; A.D. Pi's holding an 
at home gab fest; Thou shalt not wait in vain; I 
ain't lonely at all, very much; Raleigh's Carolina 
embassy; Bet it's getting cold; Wonder what they 
talk about; Dare you to push her; Dot Pratt and 
Eleanor Maupin. 





WDDLEN, ATHLETICS FDR ALL . . . 

Key: Sarge, equipment room hander-outer. 

Coed field and Lacrosse players; Round and round 
we go; Squash racquets devotee; Gimme 1926 and a 
clean 32 shirt; Intramural Sharkeys; A practice 
round. 



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It'll never make it; Southern Conference phantom 
hurdlers; Sure, it's gorgeous George, 1940 All- Ameri- 
can; Tuff gals, they're the athletic type; Collegiate 
splashers, kiddie pool style; Ready, aim . . . ; Allah 
is alllllll mighty! 



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as quick as you can light up, you'll learn the meaning of real 
mildness . . . and you will learn this too, Chesterfields are 
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Compliments of 




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Co-Captain of Football Team 



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Educational institutions all over the country 
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instruction, comparative merit of various text books 
and even upon the extent to which athletics may 
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selection of steam generating and fuel burning equip- 
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During the past 10 years more than 70 American 
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A small but representative cross-section of purchasers 
in this category is shown in the list below. 



University of Alabama 


University of North 


Bucknell University 


Carolina 


Cornell University 


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St. Lawrence L'niversity 


Harvard Medical School 


University of Tennessee 


Lehigh University 


Vanderbilt L'niversity 


University of Mississippi 


Winston-Salem Teachers 


New York University 


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Best Wishes 

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Elevator Doors Steel Windows 

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QUEEN CITY PRINTING COMPANY 

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 

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INDEX FOR ADVERTISERS 



Anonymous 393 

Atlantic Marble & Tile Co 396 

Bagwell Heating &: Plumbing Co 405 

Balfour Co 399 

Bank of Chapel Hill 390 

Block's (Southland Mfg. Co.) 401 

Book Exchange 395 

Carolina Beauty & Barber Shop 409 

Carolina Inn 400 

Carolina & Pick Theatres 402 

Carolina Steel & Iron Co 408 

Chatham Mfg. Co 393 

H. L. Coble 407 

Coca-Cola 401 

Combustion Engineering Co 406 

Depositors National Bank 407 

Al Donahue & Band 407 

Efirds 398 

Fidelity Bank 396 

Finchley 409 

Five Point Sinclair Station 390 

Foister Photo Co 401 

Gibson Insurance Co 390 

Hanes Mills -391 

Home Savings Bank 406 

Home Security Life Ins. Co 403 

Huntley-Stockton-Hill Furniture Co 400 

Jahn & Oilier Engraving Co 412 

Johnson Motor Co 406 



King Cotton Hotel 402 

Kingsport Press 409 

S. H. Kress 402 

Kay Kyser 394 

Lance's, Inc 408 

Lassiter Press • 413 

Laundry Dept 403 

Liggett & Myers Tob. Co 389 

Martin Jewelry Co 390 

Model Market 401 

Wm. Muirhead Construction Co 406 

Penders Grocery Store 398 

Pepsi-Cola 396 

Pet Dairy Products 405 

Robert E. Lee Hotel 399 

Seemen Printery 396 

Seven-Up Bottling Co 409 

Stroud Motor Co 403 

Underwood &: Elliot Fisher Co 409 

University Cleaners 405 

University Dining Hall 399 

University Printery 407 

University Restaurant 405 

Walgreen Drug Co 405 

Washington-Duke Hotel 395 

Wilbert's Cigar Store 407 

Winston-Salem journal 398 

Wootten-Moulton 411