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Published by tbe Students 
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Volume 57 





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The footsteps of Tor Heels run all through this book 
to cover many fields of interest. One of the most 
important paths in 1946 was that between goal 
posts in Kenan Stadium and stadiums from Balti- 
more to New Orleans. These steps have a perma- 
nency; they ore planted on the record, one of the 
memorable records in Carolina football history. 

Therefore, we dedicate this Yackety Yack to 
the boys who wear the white and blue of Carolina. 
They earned the Southern Conference crown and 
a bid to play in the New Year's classic Sugar Bowl 
game at New Orleans. 

Our team has given us spectacular play to 



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watch, fighting spirit to encourage, victories to celebrate, and sportsmanship ond 
triumphs to be proud of. We have supported our team, but more than that, our team 
has supported our faith in them. 

It is fitting that this year we owe more than one person the honor of this book. 
It is encouraging that we can dedicate our work to a group representing the return 
to normalcy at the University. Carolina is not back to high pre-war levels; it is up 
to higher post-war levels. The 1946 football team and its record are symbolic of the 
improvement added to reconstruction and expansion that is taking place here — 
around and within us. 




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We often climbed these graceful steps to dig into the fund of learning available to us 
under the huge dome of the library. Any hour, any day, we were found deep in the 
words of authority, or pausing for a cigorette or a chat with our friends. 




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The charm of "Cheppel col- 
litch" is defined and preserved 
by the familiar signpost which 
greets us as we travel to and 
from the village. 



''...Ringing Clear and True,... 



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Serving as hub to the wheel of 
life at Carolina, the Old Well 
stands for unity and a starting 
place for all our varied en- 
deavors. 



Tradition would not be com- 
plete without the Minute Man 
and his ever-ready rifle. He 
watches us as we walk through 
the rain and sunshine of the 
years at Carolina. 



Clear and beautiful across 
the night we hear the 
music of the bells, and we 
appreciate their ringing 
challenge to the Carolina 
spirit. 





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^.. Singing CeROLillfl S Praises,..." 



The place of art in life is 
represented by Person 
Hall, with its aura of 
effective self-expression 
and beauty. 




"...Shouting 0. C. U.\" 



As twilight steals across the spring and fall, or jumps at us in winter, we see the 
quiet shadowed buildings that mean our work to us. The homes of labs and class- 
rooms, Saunders, Murphy, Phillips, are silent in the night; but through the day they 
buzz and chatter with the sound of many feet turned toward a class to study or 
from a class to play. 



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'^Hail to the Brightest 
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The tower of Manning Hall is as typically 
American as the law that's read beneath it. 
The bright and high purposes of the profes- 
sional schools shine brightly in the sun. . . . 
The village hostelry, "The Inn," where all our 
guests reside, is as much a part of our school 
as are the classrooms or the stadium. . . . 
Guarding the health of ours and future 
worlds, the Med Building stands to train the 
doctor and care for the sick. Its horizon grows 
through day and night. 




''...Clear Its Radiance Shines!..." 



The Armory serves to remind us of the price that was paid that we might learn and 
grow in peace. Their programs now curtailed, Carolina Naval Units remain to insure 
the peaceful use of our new knowledge in the world of tomorrow. 



In quonset huts, trailers or 
pre-fobs, they're still Tar 
Heels, grateful for their 
chance to learn. 




"...Receive 1)11 Praises Thine. 



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Substitutes for the tin can or nothing at all, these homes of Carolina veterans 
testify to the growth and increasing value of a college education. Inconveniences 
and hardships are accepted by these serious and conscientious Tar Heels who truly 
deserve the name of student. 





:]o Ou. PRESIDEflT 

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Perhc&s the greatest Tar Heel of them oil is a man whose steps have led 
him through many fields to many achievements. Dr. Frank, the man who 
guides our feet along the paths of Chapel Hill to the outside and the world 
of mankind, leads by example. His spirit, his belief in the human being as a 
dynomic element always to be considered, his practiced liberality, and his 
quiet learning inspire us to direct our march toward democratic goals and 
ideals that have withstood the bumps and ruts of the road. Dr. Frank's 
strong will, backed by ardent simplicity and love of all men, prevents our 
sitting back on our heels to watch complacently as the traffic passes. It 
urges that we dig our feet into the ground and move, running toward "Lux 
Libertos," the Carolina beacon, tended by its keeper, Frank P. Graham 



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The number and variety of administrative problems faced 
by our crowded and complex university of today require 
the able and industrious administration of a man such as 
Chancellor R. B. House. Led by clear foresight and sin- 
cere desire to reach the best possible solution to problems 
that occur each day. Chancellor House has exhibited 
combined wisdom and practicality, working for a greater 
University. 



The Soles that Keep Us M HEELS 
on Our TOES 



To correlate the work of the two other deans, and to better guide the 
student body as a whole, the office of Dean of Students was created. Dean 
E. L. Mackie, former Dean of Men, took over this job, and with his cus- 
tomary industry and understanding he has successfully helped the students 
and commanded their respect and appreciation. 

Representing the Southern tradition of gracious ladies, Dean Katherine 
Carmichael has given able direction to the activities of women at Carolina. 
In her friendliness and genuine interest in each girl, she has shown her con- 
scientious effort to enlarge and improve the life of the Carolina coed. 



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Working closely with his own recollections of student life at Carolina, Dean 
Fred Weaver has given capable advice and direction to the problems and 
projects of the men of the University. His personal concern and eager ap- 
proach to all facets of his job have mode him a worthy and important 
influence on the life of the Carolina gentlemen. 








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D. D. CARROLL 
Dean of Commerce School 



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W. W. PIERSON 
Deon of Graduate School 



W. S. WELLS 
Dean of Arts and Sciences 





C. P. SPRUILL 
Dean of General College 




BOARD 



TRUSTEES 



Ljovemof tK. Ljreaa (^ki 



President ex-officio of 
the Board of Trustees 



The Board of Trustees, under the Gen- 
eral Assembly, has full power over the 
affairs of the University of North Caro- 
lina. A member is elected to the Board 
from each county in the state for eight 
yeor terms which are so staggered that 
one-fourth of the number is elected 
every two years. An Executive Com- 
mittee of the Board is authorized to act 
between meetings as the Board's general 
agent. A Finance Committee is subject 
to the Board and to the Executive Com- 
mittee for its duties and powers. 




a chance to return to Chapel Hill, actually or imaginatively, 
,ond recall their days os students of the University. Through the channels of the Carolina Alumni Asso- 
ciotion they are enabled to renew contact with other alumni and their Alma Mater. 

From the Central Office of the Association, located in the Carolina Inn, a far reaching program is 
extended across the state and the nation to unite more than 37,500 graduates and former students in 
on association which dotes bock to 1843. The Association includes members of classes from 1878 to 

Working through this Central Office, loco! alumni clubs, permanently organized classes, a General 
n? Assembly, and the official magazine, 'The Alumni Review," the Association maintains up-to-date 
jj records of oil alumni, and promotes interest in current activities of the University. 

The variety of jobs performed by this group enlarges as the University it represents grows in size 
and scope. Any graduate or former student is eligible for membership in the Association. General in its 
service to the University and personal in its relationship to the alumni, the Alumni Association en- 
deavors to link the Past with the Present for the Future of Alma Mater. 



THE RLUmni RSSOCIRTIOn 



First row: Earle E. Rives, Charles Rouse, Col. William T. Joyner, president, John Purser. • Second row: J. Moryon Saunders, Thomos A. De 
Vane, Kerr Craige Ramsay, Clem B. Holding, Grady Pritchord, John Umstead, Lionel S. Wiel. 





A. G. ENGSTROM 



J. P. HARLAND 



SAMUEL T. EMORY 



m HEELDOm s 



A. G. ENGSTROM . . . This new associate professor of French seems 
to have a private formula for adding interest ond life to complex con- 
jugations and irregular idioms. His sprightly classes bring a foreign 
language into the realm of familiarity. 

J, P. HARLAND . . . Archeology, the course with a big name and often 
obscure facts, is mode interesting and tangible by affable Dr. Horjand, 
whose lapses into the ancient ages become valuably related to modern 
living. 



H. K. RUSSELL ... A quiet smile and o sincere desire to help the 
English major moke Dr. Russell an able advisor and a good friend, as 
well as popular professor. 



JAMES L. GODFREY . . . Jovial wit and a brisk business-like treat- 
ment of histroy of England and Europe moke Dr. Godfrey a favorite. 
His sudden smile and subtle jokes give spice to learned lectures and 
copious notes. 



S. T. EMORY . . . Illustrating geography on modern mops presents a 
difficult but soluble problem to expert Dr. Emory. His fair analysis of 
current events, combined with his friendliness make his courses much 
sought after. 



HARDIN CRAIG . . . Fomous for his original and memoroble additions 
to the words of Shakespeare and Milton, Dr. Craig inspires his students 
to take lecture notes that read like the encyclopedia. 



H. K. RUSSELL 



JAMES L. GODFREY 



HARDIN CRAIG 




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J. T. DOBBINS 



ARCHIBALD HENDERSON 



EDWARD J. WOODHOUSE 



COeBLEIlS...Tn and TRUE 



J. T. DOBBINS . . . Characterized by simplicity end subtlety, Mr. 
Dobbins, chem prof, makes the world of formulas and test tubes 
pleasant and worth while for students over in Phillips hall. 



E. W. KNIGHT ... Dr. Knight of the education department, author 
and able professor, is on example tor tne prospective teachers to ob- 
serve and follow. 



ARCHIBALD HENDERSON . . . Combining a famous name with dig- 
nity and high intellect. Dr. Henderson, biographer of G. B. S. and math 
authority, shows his love for Chapel Hill in his continued service to the 
University ond the students. 



W. A. OLSEN . . . Ec. 44 students have a chance to learn several 
things from their instructor. His brood and balanced lectures give them 
insight into a subject growing more and more important academically. 



E. J. WOODHOUSE ... A familiar figure on the streets of Chapel Hill 
as well as in h'.s poly sci. classroom, he is a teacher popular for his 
friendly greeting and his winning personality. 



R. D. W. CONNOR . . . One of Carolina's greatest teachers and favor- 
ite of history students, he leads his classes deep into the formal and 
informal facts about the Old North State. 



E. W. KNIGHT 



R. D, W. CONNOR 





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JANET JOHNSTON 
Secretary 

BILL HALSEY 
Treasurer 

JUDY SWAIN 
Vice-President 

DOTSON PALMER 
President 




UUe UUere The Seniors 



We walked again on the peaceful paths of Tar Heelia, we whose feet had traveled 
far afield on the bloody paths of war We were home again and home had changed. 

We walked through the mud of Victory Village to classrooms overcrowded with 
students who hod tramped through the mud of Pacific islands to return to the red 
clay of Chapel Hill. We watched Quonset huts thrown hastily together on tennis 
courts; we saw house trailers, a wartime measure, become a civilian necessity. 

We sow the beginning of a new era in education at the University, an era of 
lines, crowds, expansion and mass education. We saw the names and faces in South 
Building change; we watched student government take a step forward with the cam- 
pus constitution; we walked to the polls at election time and we wondered what hod 
happened to the old political tactics. 



We walked in search of laughter and the joy of living. We saw a Carolina football 
team play for the first time in a major bowl gome; we saw dances with name bands 
like Spivak, Dorsey and Beneke; we walked again along the starlit paths of the 
Arboretum. 

We listened to the chimes of the bell tower at twilight and we remembered. This 
peace is Carolina, the citadel of knowledge that had waited for our return from 
war. And we had returned; we had come home to the University for a renewal, for 
the final pat on the shoulder before we ventured forth again into a world of un- 
certainty and doubt. 



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LOYAL SUPPORTERS 
THROUGH AND THROUGH 






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Adams 


Aenchbocher 


Agapion 


Albea 


Alexander 


Alleman 


Allen, F. 


Allen, L. 


Allison 


Alspaugh 


Anderson, M. 


\nderson, R. 


Andrews, F. 


Andrews, G. 



HORACE HALL ABERNETHY 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 



B.A. in Psychology 



Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Psi Delta; Bond (3); Dialectic Senate (4); Playmokers 
(2); Alpho Psi Delta Secretary-Treasurer (4). 



WILLIAM HARCOURT ADAMS 

Greensboro 

N R T. C^ (1, 2, 3). 



B.A. in Journalism 



ARTHUR EUGENE AENCHBACHER 

Atlanta, Georgia B.A. in History 

Corolino Political Union (3j, Doily Tar Heel Associate Editor (3, 4). 

WILLIAM STEVE AGAPION 

Greensboro B A. in Political Science 

International Relations Club (4); University Club (4). 



CLARENCES. ALBEA, JR. 
Harmony 

HAROLD EDWARD ALEXANDER 
Greensboro 

DUDLEY ALLEMAN, JR. 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

Swimming (1 ). 

FRANCES JEAN ALLEN 

Warrenton 

C, I C, A-^<4). 



B S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in History 



B.A. in French 



Affe4LEAS0f^L 
Wilmington \_^ > 

Phi Delta_Theta; Sfudenf Lt'gisia 



LEONAF 



LLEN 
ture (2). 
JR. 



JAMES RICH/\RD 

Columbio, Soutff>feqrolina 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; CaraKue PoliticalXJnion (2); Y 

J. FRANK ALSPAUGH 

Winston-Salem , B7S^>in Commerce 

Chi Phi; Class Secretary (2); Golden Fleece (4); Groil [(3, 4)^.^«nnnrnnn rh.h 
(3, 4); Gymnastics (1, 2, 3); Vice-President of Sfudent\Body/{4); CheerleoJI 
(1, 2, 3); Head Cheerleader (3). 

MARGARET LOUISE ANDERSON 
Asheville 

RUTH TATE ANDERSON 

Winston-Salem B.A. i^ English 

Daily Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (3, 4); Yackety Yack (3); Y. VV. / A. (3, 4). 

FLORENCE WALKER ANDREWS 
Little Rock, Arkansas / B.A. in Art 

Pi Beta Phi; Carolina Magazine (3, 4), Art Editor i-l DailyTar Heel Advertis- 
ing Manager (3); Student Legislature (4), Yackety Yock y, 4), Art Editor (4), 
Y. W. C. A. Publicity Chairman (4). 

GUY HUDSON ANDREWS 

Durham B.A. in Economics 

Beta Theta Pi; Class Honor Council (1, 2); Germon Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary 
(2, 3), Vice-President (4); Interfraternity Council Vice-President (2); Basket- 
ball (1); Tennis (1); House Privileges Board Vice-Chairman (2); May Frolics 
President (3, 4). 




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SEniORS 



JAMES WILEY ARNALL, JR. 

Senoia, Georgia ^ B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tau Omega; Baptist Student Un;on W^-President (3 



HOWARD PAUL ARONSON 
New York, New York 

Pi Lambda Phi; Daily Tar Heely 

Freshman Dance Committee 



EDWARD CLAYTj2^ ASHBY 
Mount Airy 
Kappa Sigma; i 

HOWARD 
Gostonia 




B.S. in Commerce 

rnity Council (1); Basketboll (1); 



B.S. in Commerce 
); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



B,A. in Chemistry 
B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Zoology 

|e9at^(3, 4), Speoker Pro Tempore (4); Student Legislature 

Cq^inet (4); House Privileges Board (4); Valky- 



B.A. in Economics 

FR/NlCESfllLXAY^RA 

Rc£ky Mount / / B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Glee Clu/ (4); Sound and Fury (3,4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 

J/^ GREENWOOD BACCHUS, II 

thathom, New Jersey B.A. in Political Science 

Qiee Club H,/); Catapult (2, 3), Business Manager (3); Freshman Friendship 

CoKril (I) 



IRA Wll/LIAM BAITY, JR. 
Winston-Solem 



B.S. in Commerce 



Ku)^ Sigma; Interfraternity Council (3); Philanthropic Assembly (2); University 

'.! (3). 



S in Medical Technology 



in Political Science 




ROBERT LPfiOY BANNERM, 
Whiteville 

Carolina Magazine -^Sv To 

, SUZANNE CRAIG BARi 
Hampton, Virginia 

'Daily Tar Heel (3,4). 





SEniORS 



ELIZABETH ANNE BARNES 

Kingsport, Tennessee B.A. in English 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Honor Council (4); Dally Tar Heel (3); Interdormitory 
Council (3, 4), Yackety Yack (3, 4), Associote Editor (4); Y, W C^ A^ (3, 4), 
House Privileges Board '3i; Corr House President (4); Woman's Handbook (3); 
Valkyries (4) 

MELVER RAYMOND BARNES 

Lexington B.A. in Chemistry 

EDWARD MARTIN BARRIER 

Concord B S. in Commerce 

Interdormitory Council (1); University Club (2). 

ROBERT GUSTAV BAUMANN 

Washington, D. C, B-S in Commerce 

WILLIAM BOYD BEDFORD 

Raleigh B A in Sociology 

HAROLD HENRY BEEBE, JR. 

Pitman, New Jersey B.A. in English 

Sigma Chi. 

IRWIN BELK 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha; University Club (3, 4); Cross Country (2); Track (2), Yackety 
Yack (4): President Charlotte Carolina Club (4)- "13" Club (4). 



DOROTHiCAMELIA BELL 
Black MouiyQtPu«,,_^ 

Chi OmegW-/^ ^^ 

BONNIE J EAN"Bert©MY 

Raleigh — ^ 

Glee Club (3, 4)), Y. ^^ f f^'; C. 1. C, /V<3' 



B.A in Mathemati 



B A in Sociology 





CHARLES FRANK BBtiLBOW, Jf 

Winston-Salem ' "Ch^jo-tsommerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Class Executive Committee (1 ); Class Honor Council (1, 2, 
3); Daily Tar Heel (4); Gimghoul (2, 3, 4); Golden Fleece (14); Grail (3, 4); 

Student Council (2, 3); Boxing (1); President of StudarTt Bodv'S3). 



DOROTHY ANN BENJAMIN 
Spring City, Pennsylvania 
Y W. C. A. (3). 

STEPHEN DODSON BENNETT 
Rocky Mount 

JANEDINMOREBENTLEY 

Washington, D. C. / B.A. in Art 

Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Secretary Honor Council (4); h/use Council (4). 




FRANCES ELIZABETH BENTON 

Danville, Virginia 

Delta Delta Delto; Swimming Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (4) 

ALAN BERGMAN 

New York, New York 

Pi Lamda Phi; Phi Mu Alpha; (Band (2); Interfraternity Council (I); Sound and 

Fury (3); University Club (1); Tennis (1); Symphony Orchestra (2); Carolina 

Workshop (1). 



B.A. in Latin 



B.A. in Economics 



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SEniORS 



BARBARA ELLEN BIGGERS 
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 

Carolina Magazine (4); Y, W C A (3, 
(3, 4). 

MARY ELIZABETH BIVENS^ 
Pickens, South Carolina 

Alpha Delta Pi. 

BARBARA BIXLER 
Severna Park, Mi 
Alpha Delta Pi; U 

fary (4). 



EDWARD A 
Chapel Hi 

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B.A. in Spanish 

I. C. A (4); Swimming Club 



B.A in English 



B.A. in Sociology 
C. A. (3, 4); Alpha Delta Pi Secre- 



B.A. in Journalism 
e Committee (2); Diolectic Senate Presi- 
ipic Assembly (3); Student Council (4); 
Baseball (2). 



i.A, in Political Science 



/^'3); House Council (4 



B.A, in Psychology 



V B.A, in Sociology 

eshman Friendship Council (1). 



B.S. in Commerce 
(3, 4); Baptist Student Union (3, 4) 



B.A. in Journalism 
ly Tar Heel (3); Sound and Fury (4); Yackefy Yack 




ELIZABETH JACQUELINE BLUNT 

Chevy (Zhase, Maryland 

Delta Delta Delta; Y. W C. A (3, 4). 



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MARY JOHNSTOf\gOON 
Gibsonville 

JOSEPH HOWARD BOONE 
Fayetteville 




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HERMAN DAVIS BRADLEY 

Nashville, Tennessee B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigmo; Y M C. A. (3, 4); Koppa Sigma President (3). 



WILLIAM BR AGAW 
Southport 



WILLIAM ROBERT BRANDON 
Durham 



B,A. in Spanish 



B.S. in Commerce 



BARBARA M, BRANSFORD 

Cohasset, Virginia B.A. in English 

Alpha Gammo Delta; Interdormitory Council (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



RICHARD STRINGFIELD BRANTLEY 
Wendell 



B S in Commerce 



RUTH ELIZABETH BREAZEALE 

Freehold, New Jersey B.A. in English 

Glee Club (3, 4), Y. W. C. A. (4); C. I. C. A. (3, 4); Woman's Handbook (3). 



WAYNE KENNETH BRENENGEN 

La Crosse, Wisconsin B.S. in Medicine 

Phi Delta Theto; Closs Executive Committee (1); Daily Tar Heel (2); Glee Club 
(1); Grail (4); International Relations Club (2); Student Council (2,3); Univer- 
sity Donee Committee (2, 3, 4); Boxing (1); Trock (1); Dance Organization/ 
CommitteeT^esident (4) 




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JOHN ANTf\)NY 

Asheville 

Phi Mu Alpha; Glge^ub (3, 4) 



MARGARET E 
Charlotte 



WILTON RUSSELL BRINKLEY 
Charlotte 

Carolina Magazine (I). 

BARBARA LOUISE BRINSON 

St, Petersburg, Florida 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3). 

MARZELLE VIRGINIA BRISSON 
Fayetteville 



B.A. in Dramatwt Art 



Commerce 




B.A. in Mathematics 



WALTER JAMES BRISTOW, JR 
Columbia, South Carolina 




B.A. in Bolitical Science 



MARY CLARKE BRITT 

Kinston B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delta fi; Y W C A (4); House Council (4). 

JAMES TRUITT BRITTINGHAM 

Parsonsburg, Maryland B.S. in Commerce 

Beta Theta Pi. 



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SEDIORS 



JULIAN STANLEY BROCK 
Rocky Mount 

MIRIAM BROWDER 
Fulton, Kentucky 

Chi Omega; International Relatiop 

JOHN KENNETH BRC 
Swan Quarter 
Basketball (1); Foottx<Il 

MARGARET 
New York, N 
Y. W. C. A ( 




B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Political Science 
3/ 4); Y. W. C. A. (3). 



B.S, in Commerce 



B.A. in Philosophy 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Music 



B.S. in Chemistry 



\i Psi Epsifbr; -^pterM/itory Council (4); International Relations Club 
/)!, A/ ,- ■ H' ij e/fVesi*nt (4); Theta Psi Epsilon President (4); Western 

-ftllXf,.; iiiM Club/(3/4/. 

i/i //// h, I 



'MBfeklTT/:L//6i<] BROWN 
Nathalie, V\xm 

MARTHA CHRISTINE BRUCH 

tJetield, We/t Virginia 
'Pi B?ta Phi; Y/W. C. A. (3). 

LE s/nDERS BRUTON 
Thomas/lle 



JMEREDITH SHOWERS BUEL 
' ngton, D. C. 




B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Zoology 

B.A. in English 
B.A. in English 



elta; Interfraternity Council (1), University Club (3); Phi Gammo 



Ml 

Rock' 

Y. W. C A, 



BULLUCK 



EDITH LEE BURGESS 
Role 

AlphalDelta Pi. 

JOHN LA^US burn! 
Orlando, Floh^n 
Alpha Tau Omega. 

MARY ELIZABETH B 
,New Bern 




B.A. in Sociology 
y ^^- ^Lh.'yn Physics 



B.A. in Pbkfical Science 



B.A. in Music 



Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee Club (3, 4), Accompanist (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). 




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Brock 


Browder 


Brown, J. 


Irown, M. E 


Brown, L. E. 


Brown, L. W. 


irown, M. L. 


Brown, M. C. 


Bruch 


Bruton 


Buel 


Bulluck 


Burgess 


Burns 


Burrus 



SEniORS 




Bush 


Bynum 


Byrd, J 


Byrd, W 


Byrnes 


Cabe 


Cable 


Cain 


Caldwell 


Callum 


Cameion 


Camp 


Conn 


Capitan 


Carlen 



ALVIN CHARLES BUSH 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Gamma Delto; Glee Club (1, 2); Sound and Fury (2); Football (1); Yockety 
Yack 11), Tar on' Feathers (2). 



ZACHARY TAYLOR BYNUM 

Winston-Salem 

Sigma Chi; Interdormitory Council (3); Band 



B.S, in Commerce 



2, 3, 4) 



JOSEPH KINCAID BYRD 

Morganton B.A. in Political Science 

International Relations Club (3, 4); Student Legisloture (3, 4), Clerk (4), 



WILLIAM COLON BYRD, JR. 
Kinston 



B.S. in Commerce 



Sigmo Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Class Executive Commitree (2); Interdormitory 
Council {), 2); Cross Country '2, 3, 4), Track (2, 3, 4); Freshman Friendship 
Council (1); Cheerleader (3, 4). 



B.A in History 



B.A. in English 



B A in Spanish 



B.A. in Dramatic ^rt 
Playmakers (3, 4), Sound and/^ury 



MARTHA CATHERINE BYRNES 

Charlotte 

Alpha Delta Pi. 

JOYCE ROGERS CABE 
Gay 

Y W C A (31; House Council (4). 

LELIA MARSHALL CABLE 
Warrenton 

Y W C A (3, 4). 

MARY JO^ IN 

Florenoe SoutFTCOrcinna 

Delta DeitoTJeho; Daily T^Heel (3, 4 

(3, 4); Y. W, C\A(3) ^ 

JAY BAXTER GAbDWELL 
Concord ^ / 

LUZETTE CALLUM 
Raleigh 

Delta Delta Delta; Carolino Magazine 

DOROTHY LUELLA CAMEION 
Wilmington 



JAMES VERNON CAMP 

Schoolfield, Virginia B.A, in Physical Education 

Sigma Chi; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Basketball (2); Football (2, 3, 4) 




LYNDAL JEAN CAN N 

Greensboro 

Daily Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (3, 4); Basketball (4); Modern Dan* Club (4); 

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



B.S. in Qommerce 



MARINA CAPITAN 
Savannah, Georgia 
Glee Club (4). 




B.A. in Pqrfiticai Science 



CATHERINE COY CARLEN 

Cookevilie, Tennessee B.A. in Chemistry 

Delta Delta Delta; Honor Council (4); Interdormitory Council (4); Pan-Hellenic 

Council (4,1. 



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SEfllORS 



JANE WATKINS CARRINGTON 

Oxford 

Alpho Delta Pi; Y. W C A (3, 4), Cabinet/71). 




B.A. in History 



JULIACARLISLECASHION 

Chapel Hill 

Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Gle 

tary (4); Y, W. C A (1, 2, 3/4) 
tion (1, 2, 3, 4). 

JOHN CASSTEVE, 
Clemmons 
Alpha Tau 

PEGGYVIRi 
Hillsboro 
Alpha Delta 



B.A. in Sociology 

), Secretary (3); Valkyries Secre- 
), President (4); Wesley Foundo- 



B.A. in History 



B.A. in History 



W. C. A. (3, 4). 



B.A. in Journalism 



qfe^o50D;«ly Tar Heel (3); Y. W. C A. (3, 4) 

)r!^^^/^pell 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.5. in Commerce 



1>1Y.^C. A. (1, 2, 4). 

-S'SHB^'aTHAM, JR. 

"Henderson' 

jd%a Psi; iLveihtiA (^); Wrestling (3). 

SARAH ELIZABETH CHEATHAM 

Ftaaklinton / B.A. in English 

Alp|i9 Delta Pi;/Oaily Tor Heel (3, 4); Glee Club (3); University Club Secretary 
' (4);. Yackety Yack (4); Y W. C A. (3, 4). 



Vme 



lES MOSELEY CHESNUTT, JR. 
Clinton/ 

JEANNETTE MALLOY CHICHESTER 

I, Georgia 
Chi oT 




B.A. in Sociology 
B.A. in English 



B.A. in Journalism 
W. C A (3, 4); House Council (4). 



H ARR I ETTE CLARKE 

Greenwich, Connecticut ( ~^ B.A. in English 

Chi Qmega;~T>t>Uy Tar Heel (3); Glee Club\3); IntajflormTtB^iB^uncil (4) 
Yackity Yack (3^Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); House WtinogaT (4). 



ROSELCStvl/CLAYTO 
Asheville 

Glee Club (3) 

THOMAS FRANCIS 
^Yonkers, New York 
Sigma Nu. 




B.S. in Commerce 









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Ccrringtcn 


Cashion 


Cosstevens 


Gates, P. 


Cotes, W. 


Chappell, E. 


Chappell, W. 


Cheatham, J. 


Cheatham, S. 


Chesnutt 


Chichester 


Childs 


Clarke 


Clayton 


Cleory 




SEniORS 



(elements 


Cleveland 


Cobb, D. 


Cobb, M. 


Coleman 


Collier 


Collins 


Connolly 


Cook 


Cooley 


Corn 


Coslett, E 


Coslett, J, 


Cotton 


Couch 



LAWRENCE WITHERS CLEMENTS, JR. 
Roanoke Rapids 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



B,A. in Journolism 



ROSEMARY CLEVELAND 

Asheville B.A. in English 

Alpha Gamma Delto; Chi Delta Phi; Glee Club (3); Coed Senate (4); Chi 

Delta Phi President (4). 



DAVID ALEXANDER COBB 
Decatur, Georgia 
Phi Gamma Delta. 



• S- in Commerce 



MARGARET ANN COBB 

Winston-Salem B.A. in History 

Delta Delta Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3); Y. W C A (3, 4) 

KATHERINE DABNEY COLEMAN 

Plant City, Florida B.A. in Dramatic Art 

Chi Omega; Carolina Magazine (3); Daily Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (3); Ron- 
Hellenic Council (4); Student Legislature (4); Y, W C A, (3, 4), Cabinet (4); 
Yackety Yack (31, Woman's Athletic Association Treasurer (4); Cheerleader 
(4); Valkyries (4). 

RUTH LEE COLLIER 

Roanoke Rapids B A. in French 

Glee Club (3); Y W C A (3, 4). 

ARTHUR EUGENE COLLINS 
Rock Foils, Illinois 

Football n, 2); Track (1, 2i 

L I N N EyT^ -GQI^OLLY, J R 

Roanoke>V/tginia 

Delta Sigma Pi 

MARYELIZABRHCOOK 

Dalton, Georgi- 

Theta Psi Epsilon; X^iC, A (3, 4)>f. I. C A (3, 4'^ 

MADELINE E COOLEY 

Minot, North Dakota 

Daily Tar Heel (3); Playmakers (3, 4 

LOVICK PIERCE CORN 

Macon, Georgia 

Phi Delta Theta; Class Honor Council (2); Gorgon's Head (1, 2, 3, 4);' 

fraternity Council (2); Football (1, 2). 




EDWARD W. COSLETT 
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 

Phi Delta Theta. 

JUDITH CONNELLY COSLETT 
Lebanon, Virginia 



B.A. in Mistory 



B.A/in History 



RICHARD LEWIS COTTON 
Kipling B.S/in Commerce 

Sigma Chi; Class Executive Committee (3); Dialectic Senate (1, 2, 3); Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3); Chairman Class Dance Committee (3). 

ELIZABETH TERRY COUCH 

Chicago, Illinois B.A. in Comparative Literature 

Chi Omega; Sound ar.d Fury (3, 4); Cheerleader (4). 



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SEniORS 



JEAN CHESSON COUCH 
Elkin 

Theto Psi Epsilon. 

MARY ELIZABETH COVING] 
Pachuta, Mississippi 

Glee Club (3, 4); Y, W C. A 

BENJAMIN A5HLE 
Farmville, Virgin! 

ELIZABETH 
Columbia, Soi 
Playmakers (3), 




EVELYN 
Alexa 
Delta Di 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B,A. in English 



B S, in Commerce 



B.A. in Dromatic Art 



B.A. in English 
41 (3); Yackety Yack (-1), Y. W, C, A, (3, 4). 



B.A. in Physical Education 
ilub (1, 2, 3, 4), University Club (3); Swimming (1, 2, 
/fl, 2); Head Cheerleader (3) 

B,S. in Commerce 



B A. in History 



ELSIE McCOYOUSHMAN 
Conway, SouthXLarolino 



B.A. in Journalism 



ATpha Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3), Sound and Fury (3), Pan-Hellenic 
fCoukil (3, 4),yrreasurer (4), Y W C A (3, 4); Cobinet (4). 

Vmlmaanncutts 

Co rde I e, /Georgia B.A. in English 

Pi Beta B<ii; Class Executive Committee (3); Honor Council (3, 4); Pan-Hellenic 
Council/(4); Valkyries (3, 4), Vice-President (4) Yackety Yack (3)' Y W. 
C. A. (3, 4); Pi Beta Phi President (4) 



DWARD DALE 




B S in Commerce 



^DALLAS 
inecticut 

Chi Omega; Y, W. C A (4). 



B.A. in English 



CHARJiSJHOMAS DAN I 
Durham 

Kappa; To 







lEL I ^ 

\ /^"S^Vw^c 

u Psi Omega; ySMT A (1,2, 3^4^ 



JOHN ALEX, 
Harmony 



WILLIAM FORREST 

Statesville 

Glee Club (3, 4). 



B.5 in Commerce 



B.A. in French 



49 





ociology 
Vice- 



Co.x, B 

Crone 

Cushman 

Dallas 
Daniels, W, 




SEfllORS 



O ..^ ..^ 




Dashiell 


Doum 


David 


Dovidoff 


Davis, A. 


Davis, H. Martin 


Davis, H. Marie 


Davis, H. P. 


Davis, M. 


Davis, M. E. 


Davis, R. N. 


Dean 


Degges 


Dell 


Denning 



DOROTHY ANN DASHIELL 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 

Alpha Deiti Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Student Legislature (4). 

DANIEL EDWARD DAUM 

Brooklyn, New York B.A. in Political Science 

Carolina Magazine (4); Dialectic Senate (2); Hillel Cabinet (2); Sound and 
Fury (4). 

GLADYS D. DAVID 

Jacksonville, Florida B.A. in Sociology 

Glee Club (3, 4), Secretary (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Spanrsh Club 
Vice-President (3). 

JERRY DAVI DOFF 

Sunnyside, New York B.A. in History 
Carolina Magazine (1, 2, 3); Carolina Political Union (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), 

Chairman (4); Daily Tor Heel (1, 2, 3), Director Tar Heel Institute of Public 

Affairs (3); Dialectic Senate (1, 2); Hillel Cobinet (I, 2, 3); Interdormitory 

Council (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Amphoterothen (1, 2, 3, 4), President 
(3, 4); Council for Religion in Life (1, 2), Secretary (1). 

ALEXANDER SHUFORD DAVIS 

Henderson B.A. in Mathematics 

Zeta Psi; Gimghoul (3, 4); Philanthropic Assembly (3); Student Legislature 
(4); Swimming (1 ). 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



HANNAH MARTIN DAVIS 

West End 

Chi Delta Phi; Carolina Magazine (4); Doily Tor Heel (4); Playmal<ers (3, 4); 

Sound and Fury (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). 

HELEN MARIE DAVIS 

Davidson 

Glee Club (3^;-¥»Wj:. A. (3, 4) 

HELEN PATTSPSON DAVIS 

Wilson 

Chi Omego 

MAIDIE DAVIS\/ 
Vienna, Georgia ^ 
Playmakers (3, 4); Y. W. C 

MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Ocaia, Florida 
Chi Omego. 

ROBERT NORMAN DAVIS 

Washington, D. C. B.A. in Physical Edu^ 

Glee Club (1); Interdormitory Council President (4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); 
Boxing (3, 4); Gymnastics (1, 2, 3); Track (1, 2); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, ?)'; 
Cheerleader (3), 




JOHN ROBERT DEAN 

Brackenridge, Pennsylvania 

Sigma Chi; Monogrom Club (3), Football (3). 



Pre-D^ntistry 



MEADE FAVER DEGGES 

Heath Springs, South Carolina B.A. i/ Chemistry 

Vv'esley Foundation Council (4); Council for Religion in Life (4)j 



JAMES ELBON DELL 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

DAVID BERRIE DENNING 
Newberry, South Carolina 
Lombdo Chi Alpha. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Chemistry 



50 



SEniORS 



MILDRED KNIGHT DERIEUX 

Blythewood, South Carolina 

Alpho Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Swir 

ANNE MARIE DICKINSON 
Richmond, Virginia 
Chi Omega; Y. W. C A. (3, 4), V/s- 
Choirman (4). 

CAROLYN GORDON 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Alpha Delta Pi; Dail 
Yackety Yock (4) " 

D, CHERRIE 
Asheville 

Glee Club (3, 
Carolina Clu] 




B.A. in Journalism 
Club (3). 



B.A. in Spanish 
(4); Orientation Committee Co- 



B.A. in English 

ond Fury (31; University Club (3); 



B.S. in Medical Technology 
C. I C A. (5, 4); Western North 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 
Fury (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); C. 1. C. A. (3). 

DODSON 
irginta/ / B.A. in Journalism 

Delta Kappa Epsilon/'Interfraternity Council (2, 3); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
UiVversiti Cfub j2j,3J;/Cross Country Club (1, 2); Track (1, 2, 3), Captain (2). 

/ '' ^ 

WILLIAM BLTMSTrON DONALD, JR. 

Greensboro / B.A. in Chemistry 

'oppa Sigmq/ Interfraternity Council (3), University Club (3). 



DOROTHY /MAD I SON DONELSON 
anville, Virginia B.A. in Music 

Sigmo Alplra Iota; Glee Club (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3); Sigma Alpha Iota 
President /4); Modern Dance Club President (4); Caroline Workshop (4). 

CHARLES LINDSEY DONNELL 

VKmericus, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

^igTn^^hi; Interfraternity Council (4); Monogram Club (4); Student Legis- 

DEWE'fVDORSETT, JR. 
lewood, NewSlersey B.A. in Chemistry 

Omega; Cayolmo Political Union (1, 3); Debate Council (1); Golden 
_ University Club (2); President of Student Body (4); 

University Veterans' Association President (3). 




FRANCES HOWE DRAKE 
Wei leiWj^i^^assachusetts 

Pi Be 




B.A. in Spanish 




MARY ELEANOR DR> 
Wise 

Y, W. C. A. (3, 4), C, 1 C. A. (3, 4) 



A. in Journalism 

); Pan- Hellenic Cobspl (4); Student 
Delta Delta President (4); Woman's 



B S in Medical Technology 




:f '^ I 




51 




L^ericu.x 


DiCMrison 


Disbru 


Divelbiss 


Dobbins, J 


Dobbins, M. 


Dockery 


Dodson 


Donald 


Donelson 


Donnell 


Dorsett 


Drake 


Driscoll 


Dryden 




SEniORS 



Dulin 


Dunawoy 


Dunn 


Dunnagan 


Dupes 


Durham 


Eoddy 


Earnheort 


Edwards, A. 


Edwards, C. 


Efird 


Eisenkoff 


Elder 


Elier 


Ellis 



PAULA. DULIN 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Executive Committee (3); Class Honor Council (3); 
University Club (2). 



HOWARD YATES DUN AW AY, JF 

Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



Beta Theta Pi; Interfraternity Council (4); Beta Ttieta Pi President (4); 

Minataurs (4), 

EDITH CATHERINE DUNN 

Daytona Beach, Florida B.A. in English 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 

ROBERT JONES DUNNAGAN 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Interdormifory Council (1, 2); University Donee Committee (2); Y. M C A 
(1, 2, 3) 

RALPH F. DUPES 

Tescott, Kansas B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; Delta Sigmo Pi; Student Legislature (3, 4) 



PENELOPE ANN DURHAM 
Charlotte 



B.A. in History 



Alpha Delta PI; Pan-Hellenic Council Vice-President (4); University Club (3); 

Y W C A (3, 4). 

ELIZABETH VIRGINIA EADDY 

Memphis, Tennessee B.A. in Journalism 

Pi Beta Phi; Pon-Hellenic Council (4); Yackety Yack (4). 

FRANK JQIslES EARNHEART 
Durham /-^—..^^^ B.A. in Chemistri^ 

Debote Squsi/tT 2); Debsije Council (2); Philanthropic Assembly (1, 7), 
Speaker (2), Y^ C A >|, 2); Student Welfare Board (2); Fresh/an 
Advisor' (2> V_ 



ASA COVINGTOW-K)WARDS, JR 
Tabor City V / 

Sigma Chi. ^^^ 

CLIFTON THOMAS EDWA^RDS 
Henderson 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

JOHN RAY EFIRD 
Summit, New Jersey 
Sigma Nu. 

JEAN EISENKOFF 

New York, New York 

Carolina Magazine (3, 4); Hillel Cabinet (3, 4). 




B.A. in Economics 



JAMES TAIT ELDER 

Annapolis, Maryland B.A. in MatWematics 

Phi Beta Kappa; Sound and Fury (3); Wrestling (2, 3); Y. M. C A. /, 2, 3, 4); 

Freshman Friendship Council (1); University Veterans' Association/3, 4). 

MORRIS EDWIN ELLER 

Lansing B.A. \n Journalism 

Daily Tar Heel (3), University Veterans' Associotion (3, 4) 

JACK ELLIS 

Sherman, Texas B.A. in Music 

Sigma Chi; Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (4); Philanthropic Assembly (I); Sound 
ond Fury (1, 2, 3); Y. M. C. A, (1, 2, 3), President (3). 



52 



SEniORS 



B.A. in Political Science 



WILLIAM BURWELL ELLIS, 111 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Phi Delta Theta; Class Honor Council (1 ) v6iiighoul (2, 3, 4); Interfroternity 
Council (3 4), Vice-President (4); Mono^amfclub (3, 4); Student Legislature 
3); Football (1), Manager (2, 3); TraA (1)/ President Phi Delta Theta (3); 
House Privileges Board (3, 4); Y. MyC A. (2/3, 4). 

RICHARD SEALYELLIOl 

Potsdam, New York / / B.S. in Commerce 

Chi Phi; Delta Sigma Pi; u/iversity Dance Committee (3, 4). 



STEPHEN EDW, 
Hertford 




B S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 

POSEY MS 

Geneva, m/^/VorJi/ // /// B.A. in English 

Alpha G<^Sm^Ki*«j[Di/\/ Ja//iee\ (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4); Yockety 
Yock (4/ 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.S, in Commerce 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Spanish 
(3, 4); Womon's Athletic Association (4); House 
sor (4); Spanish Club (3). 



DURWARD ROSCAR EVERETT, JR. 
Rbbersonville 

Julius Leonard fallick 

Pobohkeepsie, ivsw York 




B S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Chemistry 

B.A. in History 



MARGARE^S^OAN^ ARR I S 

Danville, Kentucky 

Alpha Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (3); Interdorn/Ttory C™>»cil (4); International 

Relations Club (3, 4); Philonthropic Assemblyl(3, 4), Treasurer (31; Yockety 

Yack (3rr V.""W^C. A (3, 4); House Privildoes Board^4>>^Dencer House 




3rdr(4>>^ggncer Ho 



CATHEIHI^E^LIZA 

Burlington 

Alpha Gamma Delt 



ULCONER 

B.ANo Journalism 
); Y. W C. A. (3). 



HENRY MICHIE FAOkmNER 

Burlington ^^''■■ «^ J B.S. in Commerce 

k'Pi Kappa Alpha; Monogram Club (3, 4); Philonthropic Assembly (3); Sound 
Lxind Fury (3); University Club (2, 3); Y. M. C. A (1, 2, 3, 4); Cheerleoder 

(2,3). 




F^ ^ 




53 




Ellis 


Elliott 


Elmore 


Elwell 


Emerson 


Estes 


Evans, D. 


Evans, J. 


Evans, L, 


Evans, P. 


Everett 


Fallick 


Farris 


Faulccner, C. 


Faulconer, H 




SEniORS 







Fenner 


Ferguson 


Ferrier 


Ficklen, J. 


Ficklen, W. 


Fidel 


Finkelstein 


Finn 


Fisher 


Fitzgerald 


Flagler 


Fleming 


Flory 


Flowers 


Foss 



CLARA FEREBEE FENNER 

Rocky Mount B.A. in History 

Chi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Y W. C. A. (3); Internationol Relations Club 

(3, 4). 

JOSEPH EARLE FERGUSON 

Murfreesboro 

Class Executive Committee (1); Debate Squad 

(I); Class Donee Committee Chairman (2). 

JEANIE STUART FERRIER 
Clemson, South Carolina 
Chi Delta Phi; Glee Club (3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 
Philonthropic Assembly 



B.A, in English 



JAMES SKINNER FICKLEN, JR. 

Greenville B.A. in Economics 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track (3); Yackety Yack (3); Class Dance Committee (2). 

WARREN MYERS FICKLEN 

Greenville B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Gimghoul (3, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4); 
Student Legislature (1); University Dance Committee (1, 2); Swimming (3, 4), 

Co-CoptQin (4). 

VIOLET E. FIDEL 

Brooklyn, New York B.A. in Comparative Literature 

Playmakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4). 

HOWARD MYRON FINKELSTEIN 

Woodmere, New York B.A, in Economics 

Hillel Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3); Swimming (1) 



B.S- in Chemi§/ry 

J FAN AGNES FISHER 

Freehold, New,Jers^ ^ \^ y — B^. in Psydiology 

Glee Club (3, 4);V W. C. A, (3M); C, I. C, 

THOMAS CLARK FIT?^EEALD, JR. 

New Bern 

Beta Gammo Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Bond (], 2); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 

Beta Gamma Sigma President (4), 




fn_ommerce 



FREDRICK JAMES FLAGLER 
Hickory B.A'tnJournalism 

Kappa Alpha; Carolina Magazine (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Executive Cor™Hi|tee (3); 
Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4), Sports Editor (2), Monoging Editor (2)r*SQlden 
Fleece (3, 4); Grail (2, 3, 4); Interdormitory Council (1); Publications Union 
Board (2, 3), President (3); Yackety Yack (2, 3), Editor (3). 



JOHN ALEXANDER FLEMING 
Oxford 



B.A. in/Chemistry 



ALICE MAE FLORY 

Columbia, South Carolina . B.A. ir/Dramatic Art 

Y. W, C. A (4); Playmakers (4); C, I, C. A, (4), Executiv/council (4). 



WILLIAM LUCAS FLOWERS, JR. 
Salisbury 



B.A. in Chemistry 



JAY ALBERT FOSS 

Hyde Park, Massachusetts B.A. in Economics 

Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Political Union (2, 3, 4); Playmakers (1, 2); Sound 
and Fury (2); Boxing (1); Lacrosse (3). 



54 



SEniORS 




JOHN MURRAY FOUTS 

Burnsville 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

JAMES FITZGERALD FOWLER 
Charlotte 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; Delta Signra 

Monogram Club (4); Univers?fy 
Cross Country (3); Swimmit 

MAUDE BAYNO 
Kinston 

Glee Club (3, 4); P] 

THOMAS C 
Siler City 
Bond (1). 



BALLB. 



B.A. in Economics 
Magazine (3); Grail (2, 3, 4); 
mittee (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); 
Advisor (4). 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 
B.A. in Chemistry 
B.A. in Sociology 



B.A. in English 

HERBERT F_^IEDMAN 

yfnnesss^^^ B.S. in Commerce 

^R55;^Oiver!^fy/^ferans' Association Secretary (4) 

/lE^lR/FJJkTON 

,' / )// / B.A. in Political Science 

,D A^ r- ,/k^; .^9P°'7 Squad (1, 2); Dialectic Senate (1, 2); Golden Fleece 
(3,^)); Grail7(2 3 ,/4),/Delegata (4); Interdormitory Council (2 3)- Student 
Coji'ncil (2, 3); StmfentKLegislature (1, 2, 3, 4); Steele House President (2, 3) 

WILLIAMG. GATHER, JR. 

Eli;ieb€th City 7 B.S. in Commerce 

|gm(j Nu; Daily/Tar Heel (I); University Club (3); Track (1 2 3)' Yackety 

„L..ni. '^">-|ub Secretory-Treasurer (4). 

blAir c(V;hran gammon 

Hampder/Sydney, Virginia B.A. in Economics 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Gimghoul (3, 4); University Dance Com- 
mittee (3, 4); Baseball (2); Football (2); N. R. O. T. C. (1, 2, 3). 

/^A^'Si&^IDNEY GARDNER, JR. 
/Goldsboro 

Ka>fia Alpha; AlohXEpsllon Delta; Swimming (2, 3). 



B.A. in Chemistry 



HENRXWILBURN^ARREN 

Henderson^ 

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




CECIL CLAR 

High Point 

Kappa Sigma; Delta Sig^ 

tive Committee (3) 



i.A. in Mathematics 



D"A'.*nsv^usic 

(I, 2, 3, 4); University 



B.S. in Commerce 

German ClubXreasurer (4); May Frolics Execu- 



GARRE 

Band (I, 2, 3, 4); Y. M, 




^WILLIAM ALLAN GARRETT 
'Danville, Virginia 



B.A. in Mathematics 




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r ^ t. 






^. 



,/ 




Fouts 


Fowler 


Foy 


Frozier 


Freeman 


Friedlond 


Friedman 


Fulton 


Goither 


Gammon 


Gardner 


Garren 


Garrett, A. 


Garrett, C. 


Garrett, W, 




SEniORS 






Garrison, N. 


Garrison, S. 


Gartner 


Gaston 


Gautier 


Gay 


Gaylord 


Gehrt 


Gillespie 


Gilliam 


Gilman 


Glenn 


Godchoux 


Godfrey 


Goerch 



NATHANIEL WILLIAMS GARRISON 

Burlington 

Beta Theta Pi. 

STALEY FRANK GARRISON, JR. 

Burlington 

Beta Thetc Pi. 

KERGER GARTNER 
Holly Hill, Florida 

VIRGINIA EARLINE GASTON 
Pensacola, Florida 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Spanish 



Alpho Gamma Delfo; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); Student Advisor (4). 

B.A. in Psychology 



GLORIA GAUTIER 

Miami, Florida 

Alpha Psi Delta; Daily Tar Heel >i}; Y. W. C. A (3, 4) 



RUTH GEE GAY 

Jackson 

Alpha Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (4); Glee Club (4). 



B.A. in English 



CHARLES MEREDITH GAYLORD 

Wilmington B.A. in Dramatic Art 

Kappa Phi; Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Interfraternity Council (3); Philonthropic As- 
sembly (1); Plcymokers (3, 4); Carolina Workshop (3, 4), Chairmen (4) 



CLIFFORD E. GEHRT 
Stanford74Hi_nois 




B.S. in Commerce/ 
B A. in DramaticArt 



GIDEON LAM^^QfLT: 
Franklinton ^ 





Zeta Psi; Gimghoul (3, 4)7''€tail(2^3, 4); Interfraternit^s^uncil (3,14), Presi- 
dent (3); Basketball Manager T2)"; House Privileges Board chsifnaen (3). 

MARY TOM GILMAN ^ ^-^ 

Portsmouth, Virginia I B,A/irs.SflftalQgy 

Chi Omega; Internotional Relations Club (3, 4); Y. W. OsA^(3, 4) ^^ 



RAYMOND LOOP GLENN, JR. 
Sylvo 

JOHN PAUL GODCHAUX 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Beta Koppa. 




i.A. /) History 



PAUL VERNON GODFREY, JR. 

Charlotte B.S^ in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta; German Club (3); Sound and Fury (1, 2,i,/Vackety Yack U). 

SIBYL GOERCH 

Raleigh B.A. in Journalism 

Pi Beta Phi; Class Executive Committee (3); Daily Tor Heel (3); Debate Coun- 
cil (3); Philanthropic Assembly (3); Sound and Fury (3); Pan-Hellenic Council 
(4); Student Legislature (3); University Club (3); Valkyries (4); Y W, C. A 
(3); House Privileges Board (3), Coed Senate (3, 4), Speaker (4); Graham 
Memorial Board of Directors {4>. 



56 



SEniORS 



GLADYS VELMA GOGGANS 

River View, Alabama 

Glee Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (2), 

FRANCES JAYNE GOLDEN 

Carthage 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Honor Cou^ 

Graham Memorial Board of Dlr^tors 

Valkyries (4). 

WILLIAM BRENE 
Middletown, Pei 

Sigma Chi; Track 

EDWARD A 
New Roche! 

Carolina Ma< 




B.A. in History 



B.A. in Sociology 

, resident (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); 
entotion Committee Chairman (4); 



B.S. in Physics 



B.S. in Commerce 



B S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



N GRANTHAM 



ILLARD PHILMOREGRAY 
Asheboro 



B.A.LLB. 



B.A in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



vUD'RIE VI VLEN GREEN 

ujgusta, Gaorgia B.A. in English 

aW Gammo/Delto; Glee Club (1, 2); Y. W. C A (1,2). 



BETTY /XNNE GREEN 
Lake City, South Carolina 



B.A. in Journalism 



Clu'^lta Phi; Carolina Magazine (3, 4), Literary Editor (4); Daily Tar Heel 

/); m»^flational Relations Club (3, 4), President (4); Coed Senate (3, 4); 
/. W. C. A*>^4); Student Party Secretary (3). 




B.A. in Journalism 



GleaClub (1, 2, 3). 



PAUL EDWARD GREENE 

Roanoke^^Eocids V B^s^nCommerce 

Phi KapDo SigmorMtriogram Club (3, 4); Cross\puntry/(l, 2)7^a?^^»^3, 4), 

Managell ' " 





ELIZABETH TERESA GRE 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Delta Delta Delta. 



B A. in Sociology 




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kjoggans 


'ouiut^i 1 


Goodman, E. 


Goodman, R. 


Grady 


Gronthom 


Green, A. 


Green, B. 


Greene 


Greer 



Goodwin 
Gray 

Green, J. 
Greve 



%m -' V'--* *.' 



SEniORS 




Grier 


Gnffin 


Grossman 


Grow 


Guillebeau 


Gulley 


Gunnels 


Guthrie 


Gyland 


Hackney, E. 


Hackney, J. 


Hahn 


Haigwood 


Hall,C. 


Hall, H. 



JAMESC. GRIER, JR. 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Geology 



Glee Club (2, 3); Interdormitory Council (3); University Veterans' Associa- 
tion (3, 4), 

CHARLES FRANKLIN GRIFFIN 

Monroe B 5 in Commerce 

G'ee Club (1); University Veterans' Association (3, 4) 



HERMAN N. GROSSMAN 
Ncugotuck, Connecticut 

Tou Epsilon Phi. 

FRANCIS BATES GROW 
Lockport, New York 
Phi Beta Kappa. 

JOSEPH EDWIN GUILLEBEAU, JR. 
Barnesville, Georgia 

Glee Club (3, 41 

WILLIAM HART GULLEY 

Arlington, Virginia 

Y M C A Cabinet (4); Baptist Student Union (3, 4) 

B.A. in Political Science 



B A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Music 



B A. in Sociology 



WINSTON BANGS GUNNELS 
Sandersville, Georgia 
Phi Delta Theta. 



RUE WILSON GUTHRIE 
Charlotte->N. 



B.A. in Dramatic Ar 



Alpha Gommt/Deffirr-Dnily Tar Heel (4); Pioymakers (3, 4); Sound and Fi 
41, Ydek^« Yack (4>\Y. W. C A (3, 4' 





n-« TacK I4)7vr. 

STEPHEN PAUt>GilAND 
Tampa', Floric 

Alpha Tau Omega; Algfls ^Chi Si aitia: Bond (2\ 

ERNEST DEANS 
Wilson 

Zeta Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Interfraternity Council (3); Monogram Club (4); 
Baseball (3, 4); House Privileges Board (3). 



B.S. in Chemistry 



Commerce 



JOHN N. HACKNEY, JR. 
Wilson 

Zeta Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma; InterfraternitV^Sguncll (2, 4); 
Student Legislature (1). 

BETSY JANE HAHN 
Tampa, Florida B.A. in Psychology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Psi Delta (4); Swimming Club (3, 4), Vice-President (3), 
President (4); Y. W. C. A. (3). 




PAUL BENTLEY HAIGWOOD 

North Wilkesboro 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Baseball (1). 

CAROLYN HALL 

Montezuma, Georgia 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council (4). 




Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 



HANSON CHENEY HALL, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tau Omega; Class Executive Committee Chairman (2); Closs Vice- 
President (1); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2); Alpha Tau Omega Vice-President (3); 
Orientotlon Committee (3). 



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SEniORS 



ROGER GRIFFIN HALL 

Plainfield, New Jersey jS B.A. in Journalism 

Phi Gamma Delta; Corolina Magazine (TyCJlee Club (3); Philanthropic As- 
sembly (1, 2), Treasurer (2); Sound and J'ury /(3). 




STANLEY EUGENE HALL 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

ELLA FRANCES K 
Tuscumbia, Ala 
PI Beta Phi; Daily 

(3, 4). 



WILLIAM 
Tuscumbia, 

Kappa 

Y. M. C 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Sociology 
(4); YacketyYack (4); Y. W. C. A. 



B.S. in Commerce 

ttee (2); Cross Country (3); Track (3); 
nior Class (4). 



GER 
ork 
ris' Association (3). 



B.A. in Psychology 



HAMBURGER 

-. - B.A. in Chemistry 

f; ln,*r3c}rrriil^^c^jZ^rt'l (1); University Veterans' Association Execu- 
,mMaA4K ^V} A 

/ARYANNE HAMLIN 

;st,^alm Beach, Flo/ida B.A. in English 

'Alpha' Qammo Delto; Carolina Magazine (41, Y W C A (3, 4). 



3|/rT 



B0RTON BLAINf/hAMPTON, JR. 

Clemmons / B.A. in English 

GlegXlub (I, 2, 374); Ploymakers (1, 2, 3, 4); Sound and Fury (1, 2, 3). 

(OHN RAYMOND HARDING 

KQ-ton, Ohip B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club (3); Monogram Club (3); Cross Coun- 
try (2). 



JAMES ERNEST HARDWICKE 
V^ston-Salem 

ma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

R HARDY 



B.S. in Chemistry 



Richi\pnd, VirginidS. B.S. in Commerce 

/yionogroh<Club (2); Crd^s Country (3); Track (1, 2, 3). 

AUGUSTA GARDINER HARPER 

Minden, Louisiana /^ ""^"^ B.A. in Music 

Kappa Alpjia-Xlieta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee CLb (4) 






CHARLES THE 
Salisbury 



MARY LOUISE HARRIS 

Roxboro 

Chi Omega. 



in Philosophy 

V 

B S, in Pre-Medicine 
B.A. in History 



P ^^ 








UBl 




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Hall, R, 


Hall, S, 


! ;,j,j^,, L 


Halsey, W. 


Hamburger, E. 


Hamburger, R. 


Hamlin 


Hampton 


Hording 


Hardwicke 


Hordy 


Harper 


Harrelson 


Harris, C. 


Harris, M. 




SEniORS 



MAX FRANK HARRIS 

Monroe B.A. in History 

Phi Beta Kappa; Bond (1); Class Executive Committee (3); Dialectic Senate 

(2, 3, 4) 



STUART HARRIS 
Danville, Virginia 
Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Playmakers (1). 

ARTHUR M. HARRISON 
Newark, New Jersey 

Pi Lambda Phi; Hillel Cabinet Vice-President (2). 

WILLIAM DAVID HARRISON 
Brunswick, Georgia 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

MARY LOUISE HASTY 
High Point 
Glee Club (3, 4), 

CAMERON WILTON HAWKINS 
Marion 

GLEN BERGFRIED HAYDON 
Chapel Hill 
Chi Psi. 

VALESKA HAYDON 
Chapel FfTTK 

Sigma Atfiha lota; Gle5S2lub (1, 2, 3, 4); Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4), Univers/y 
Orchestra rr'JsB, 4); ToX&rls' Association (1, 2, 3), C I C A (1,2, 3,/) 



GENE GAITHER 

Charlotte 

Chi Omega; DailV Tor 

Spanish Club (3, 4>s/x, 



B A. in English 

B A. in Chemistry 

B S in Commerce 

B.S in Public Health 

B A. in History 
B.S in Physics 

B.A, in Musi 





LAURENCE HECHT 

Columbus, Georgia 

Zeta Beta Tau; Dialectic Senate 



JAMES MclNTOSH HEDRICK, JR 

Winston-Salem 

Sound ond Fury (3). 

MARJORIE LEIGH HEITMAN 
Asheville 

Alpha Gamma Delta. 

ELIZABETH L. HELFRICH 
Washington, D. C. 

Alpha Delta Pi; Swimming Club (3, 4). 



B.A. in Art 



B A. in Art 



MARY JEANNE HELM 
Grand Rapids, Michigan ^.A. in Journalism 

Delta Delta Delto; Daily Tar Heel (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Y. W. C A (3); 
House Council (3), 



JAMES SMITH HEYWARD 
Goldsboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



Beta Theta Pi; Carolina Politicol Union (2); Class Executive Committee (1); 
Gimghoul (3, 4); University Club (2); Orientation Committee (4). 



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SEniORS 



ELIZABETH JANE HICKS 
Chapel Hill 

WADE BRYANT HICKS 
Florence, South Carolina 

Kappa Sigma. 



ELEANOR MAYO H 
Wilmington 




JANET COLL 

Shelby 

Glee Club (3, 4 



PAULINE 
Lynchbi 
Y. W, C 



B.A, in Sociology 
B.A. in English 

B.S. in Medical Technology 
B.A. in Sociology 

B A in Sociology 

B.A, in History 



Dl^|^S\^ate (1); Student Council (3) 



B.S. in Commerce 



B S. in Medicine 



RBERTHArIe^HIX, JR. 
Asheville 

Phi Delta Theto; /Gorgon's Heod (3, 4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Sw 
2) 



B.A. in Economics 



,E3ALDINe FORESTER HOBBS 

ferryvill/ B.S. in Medical Technology 

Band (3, f); Glee Club (3); Philanthropic Assembly (3, 4); Coed Senate (4); 
Y. W. CA (3, 4); C. I. C. A. (3, 4), Secretary (4). 

CY ELLARD HOFFMAN 
;noxvTTtw>»Iennessee B.A. in English 

Sound and Fury (3); Y. W. C. A. (3); Aquinas Club (3, 4 



B.A, in Spanish 




GLADN£:i: HOLDE 

Atlanta 

Delta Delta Delta; Y W. C. A (3, 4 




GRIFFIN BX^N HOLLAND 
Chevy Cha 

Sigma Chi; Interfrater 



,WILLIAM DALTON HOLL 
Statesville 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S, in Commerce 





Hicks, VV 

Hill, P. 

Hinson 

Hoffman 

Holland, G. B 



Highsmith 

Hill,Y. 

Hix 

Holder 
Holland, W. 




SEfllORS 



^- fT) 



Hollander 
Hooks 
Howes 

Huffman 
Hunter 



\ 1 





Holman 

Howe 

Hudspeth 

Humphrey 

Hurst 



MARJORIE ANN HOLLANDER 

Middletown, New York B.A. in Psychology 

Alpha Psi Delto; Hillel Cabinet (3, 4). 

WILLIAM DANIEL HOLLOMAN 

Woodlond B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha. 

FRANKLIN ARRINGTON HOLMAN 

Rocky Mount B S- in Commerce 

WILLIAM HARRIS HOOKS 

Whiteviile B.A. in History 

Sound ond Fury (2, 3); Modern Donee Club (2, 3, 4). 

THOMAS A. HOWARD 

Mooresville B.S. in Commerce 

Interdormitory Council (3), Student Audit Board (3). 

DAN CHARLTON HOWE 

Gostonia B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



B.A. in Sociology 



MARIE ELIZABETH HOWES 
Forest City 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta; Glee Club (3); Philanthropic As- 
sembly (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Alpho Gamma Delta Vice-President (4). 



CLARE HUDSON 

Flushing^r-Ugw York 

Delta Delta DrfftaTT-SV C A (3, 4) 




CARLM. HUFFMAHJR. 

Burlington 

Y. M C. A (1); House Privileges Board (2). 

GWENDOLYN HUGHES 

Tabor City "*8»^/in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee Club (2); Sound and Fury (1)N(^W. C. A. 
(2); Sigma Alpha Iota Vice-President (4). 



V^/in 



EMILY HAWKINS HUMPHREY 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Chi Omega. 

WILLIAM COVINGTON HUNTER 

Rockingham 

Interdormitory Council (3). 

COURTNEY ALEXANDER HUNTLEY 

Aberdeen 

Kappa Alpha. 

MARY H ARR I ETTE HURST 
Hamlet 



B.A. in History 



B.A. in^conomics 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Sociology 




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SEniORS 



JEROME BAYER HURWITZ 

Long Beach, New York 

Carolina Magazine (4); Daily Tar Heel (2 



JEAN ASHCRAFT HUSKE 

Fayetteville / / B.A. in Journalism 

Chi Omega; Daily Tar Heel (3) vPhilanthrorfic Assembly Secretary (3); Student 
Legislature (4); Yackety YaclT (3, 4), BiJ^lness Manager (4); Y. W. C. A. 
(3, 4). 



JANE TRACY HU 
Winston-Sal 
Alpha Gamma 

ORREN WIL 
Memphis, 
Beta Theto 

BARBA 
Warei 

Playi 




B.S. in Commerce 

News Editor (3). 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Chemistry 



W B.A. in Dramatic Art 

ury (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



B.A. in Sociology 



iJ/K \^ B.A. in Sociology 

*■'-'-- ^ Chi Omega Vice-President (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Psychology 

Senate Treasurer (3, 4); Valkyries (3, 4), President 
Vice-President (4). Executive Council (3); House 



B.S. in Commerce 
Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Student Advisor (3, 4); 
C. A (3). 



RAYMOND LEWIS JEFFERIES, JR. 

Jflarrisonburg, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

(3, 4), Exchequer (4); Interdormitory Council (3, 4); Student Council 
(3, 4^^iS»qirman (4); Student Legislature (3); University Donee Committee 
(4); StudenO^jdit Board (3); Orientation Committee (3, 4); Dance Organiza- 
■n Committee t4). 



B.A. in English 



S. in Commerce 




EFFERS>, 
rmin§tiam, Alabdfma 
Chi Omego7V~Wr-e^. (3, 4). 

CHARLES WALKER JENKINS 
Miiled^fiiaHe, Georgia 
Phi Delta Theto> 

THoVs 
Winstoi 




' Phi Beta KappOV Beta Gamma 

Club (3); Crosses ' ' 

SARA ERDELL JOPtfciS 
(Jackson, Mississippi 




Monogram Club (2, 
{2,3). 



S. in Commerce 

4); University 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 
Ifhi Omega; Glee Club (3, 4); KloymoKers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4); 
Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 




P /%')^ 



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SEniORS 



Johnson, G. 


Johnson, 1. 


Johnson, L. 


Johnson, M. 


Johnson, P. 


Johnson, T. 


Johnson, W. D. 


Johnson, W, W. 


Johnston, C. 


Johnston, J. W 


Johnston, J. E. 


Johnstone 


Jolley 


Jolly 


Jones 



GUY BENTON JOHNSON, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Sociology 

Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beto Kappa; Debate Squad (1); Dialectic Senote (1, 2, 

:;, 4), International Relations Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3); Y, M. C. A, (4). 



IRMA MAE JOHNSON 

Bluefield, West Virginia 

Sound and Fury (2); Y W. C. A (2). 

LAWRENCE McNEILL JOHNSON 
Aberdeen 

Phi Gamma Delta; Glee Club (1, 2, 4); Monogram Club (4); Sound and Fury (1 ); 
Student Legislature (2); Swimming (2, 4). 

MARTHA ELIZABETH JOHNSON 

Wilmington B.A. in Mathematics 

Mathematics Club (3, 4), President (4); C. I. C. A (3, 4); Y. W C A (3, 4). 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.A. in Political Science 



PHYLLIS MORETON JOHNSON 
Brookhaven, Mississippi 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club (3). 

THOMAS DANIEL JOHNSON 

Clinton 

Band (2). 

WILLIAM DAVID JOHNSON, JR. 
Greensboro 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Geology 



WILLIAMSON W. JOHNSON 

Concord B.A. in Physical Education/ 

MonograrTuQ4^ (1, 2, 3); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captoin (3); Football (IJ 

CHARLW^ISJON^^STON, JR. 

Catdwissa, Pe\isylvanicr' B.A. in ChenVstry 

Sigma Chi; Phi Chi7~Lluss ' Honor Council (1); Siydent Legislature p., 3); 
University Dance Comfliittee (1, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling 

JAMES WILLI A^4yOHNST6N>JR^ 
Statesville \.„^ \ 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Interfroternity'^p u rtdl (1). 

JANET ELIZABETH JOHNSTON 

Mooresville ( B./V i««&a^k&b 

Delta Delta Delta; Class Executive Committee (3), Class >e£''^°''y (3); Daily 
Tor Heel (3); Yackefy Yock (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), CaBTl*Ki4); Valky- 
ries M) 

GENE HALL JOHNSTONE 

Haleyville, Alabama B.A. in Political Science 

Kappa Sigma; Doily Tar Heel (3); Philanthropic Assembly (3); Yackety Yack 

(I, 2, 4), Associate Editor (P. Co-Editor (2), Editor (4); Orientotiooi Com- 
mittee (3); Kappa Sigma Secretary (4i Catopulf i2>, N R. O T. C/(l, 2) 
Campus Cabinet (4). 




GEORGE EARL JOLLEY 
Caroleen 



B.S. in/lommerce 



JANET SUTTON JOLLY 

South Hill, Virginia B.A, in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Doily Tor Heel (4); Glee Club (3, 4), Y. W. C A (4) 

ALBERT CARROLL JONES 

Asheville B.A, in Chemistry 

Phi Kappo Sigma; Class Vice-President (1); Interdormitory Council (2); Univer- 
sity Club (4); Boxing (3). 



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SEniORS 



ANNE CRABILL JONES 
Newport News, Virginia 
jound and Fury (3); Yackety Yock (3) 



JOHN FURMAN JONES, JR- 

High Point / / B.A. in Physical Education 

Class Executive Committee {3);yuiterdormitcfry Council (3); Pliilanthropic As- 
sembly (2); Football (1); Troe'k (1, 2, 3, H); Secretory-Treasurer of Student 

Body (4). 



B.A. in Art 




B.A. in History 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Political Science 

retory (4); Daily Tor Heel (4); International 



B.S. in Commerce 
_ lb (4); Interfroternity Council (4); Philanthropic 
[-■^erpdcrots Club (4). 



B.S. in Geology 



B.A, in Comparative Literature 
Emotional Relofions Club (4)' Y. W. C A (3, 4); Wesley 
" A (3, 4). 



B.A. in Sociology 



fe Secretory-Treasurer (4). 



MLEN pOS KAUFMAN 

Elizabe/n, New Jersey B.A. in Art 

Zeta Beta Tou; Carolina Mogozine (I, 2, 4); Doily Tor Heel (1, 2, 4); Inter- 
froternity Council (2); Swimming (1, 2); Yackety Yock (4). 

KAUFMANN 




HARRY A. KELLY 
Zhorlo 



iigmo Alpho 

jenote (1); Gr^kl. (2, 
louncil (2); Studel 
"reshmon Friendship' 
directors (3). 



^^TTY SCHNEIDER KEMP 
^oldsboro 





2, 3), Associate EH(tor (3); Dialectic 

Interdormitory CouroL (1); Student 

M. C. A. CI, 2, 3), President (3); 

1); Graham Memorial Board of 



B.A. in Sociology 



35 





Jones, J. 

Jones, R. 
Jordan, L. 
Kaufmann 

Kelly, J. 



Jones, L. 

Jones, W. 

Kaneda 

Keen 

Kemp 




SEniORS 



.^ o .^ 




BETTIE ALEXANDER KENDRICK 

Raleigh B.A. in History 

Pi Beta Phi; Tennis Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (4), 

JULIA CHURCHILL KENNEY 

Osborn, Ohio B.A. in English 

Glee Club (3, 4); House Council (4), 

JOHN THOMAS KERR, III 

Durham B.A. in Economics 

Kappa Alpha; Carolina Magozine (2); Daily Tar Heel (I, 2, 3), Managing 
Editor (3); Publications Union Board Treasurer (3); Yackefy Yack Sports Editor 
(4); University Veterans' Association (4). 



CHARLES CARLTON KIMSEY 
High Point 
Phi Delta Theta. 

LOTE KINNEY, JR. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Pi. 

CHARLES WALTON KIRBY, JR. 
Oxford, Alabama 

JOHN BRYANT KITTRELL, JR. 

Greenville 

Sigma Nu; Daily Tar Heel (1) 

EPPIE P. KNIGHT 

Rocky MoTTiTT^. 

Sigma Nu,SPeltp Sigmo PiN^ 

\_^ 

ELMER PAUL KR©P^— 
Rogers City, Michigan 
Council for Religion, in \_\j/i 

JULIA WADE KOCK 
Columbus, Mississipp 

Pi Beta Phi. 

MARILYN KRAFT 
Mendota, Illinois 

NANCY C. LAIRD 
Sandusky, Ohio 

Pi Beta Phi; Sound and Fury (3); Student Council (4); Student Legislature (3); 
Valkyries (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Yockety Yack (3); Y. W. C. A, (3, 4), Cabinet 
(4); Coed Senate (4); Woman's Hondbook Stoff (3). 

WILLIAM JOSEPH LALLY, JR. 
Paterson, New Jersey 

WILLIAM PIERCE LAMKIN 

Arcadia, Louisiana 

Daily Tar Heel (2, 3); Interdormitory Council (3). 

JAMES GRAY LAMM 
Wilson 

Phi Gamma Delta; Daily Tor Heel (1); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); International Rela- 
tions Club (1). 




B S. in Commerce 



B S in Commerce 



B A. in Mathematics 



B.S. in Commerce 



B S in Commerce 



^-S.^^ Comrr 

B.A. in Spanish 




B.A. in Sociology 




B S. in Qommerce 



Journalism 



B.A. in Commerce 



Kendnck 

Kimsey 

Kittrell 

Kochtitzky 

Lolly 



Kenney 
Kinney 
Knight 
Kraft 
Lomkln 



Kerr 
Kirby 
Knopf 
Laird 

Lo.m.m 



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SEniORS 



ALVIN WARNER LANDFIELD 
Newark, New York 



KATHRYN GRACE LANE 

Dothan, Alabama / / B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Sound and Fury (3); UfWersity Ulub (4); Y, W. C, A. (3, 4). 



THOMAS BADGER LA^HROP 
LoGrange, Illinois 
Phi Gamma Delta. 

FRANCES AN 
Kinston 
Alpha Delta Pi: 




B.A. in Psychology 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Spanish 
C. A. (4); Spanish Club Secretary (3). 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 
ncil (4); Ploymakers (3 4); Sound and Fury 
C. A. (3, 4), Treasurer '(4); Pi Beta Phi Vice- 



B.A. in Sociology 



/pel Mill A, "^ ^^- '" Zoology 

{\f/haJ5amma Delta; Gl^^'Club (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Y W. C. A. 
, '^/j/fTown Sjt(s'//'^</bc/aUor\ (3, 4); Alpha Gamma Delta President (4). 



FRANCES M(fC09KLE LEAZAR 
Atlanta, Georgia/ 

Ploymakers (3, 4);/Sound ond Fury (3, 4) 

^e6irge ba/nett leder 

I New York, iNew York 

Carolina Magazine (I). 

HAROI/t) SIDNEY LEE, JR. 
DeWitt, Virginia 
'^Ita Sigma Pi. 

LEGUM 




LEONARD 
Chapel Hill 

Town Girls' Association (3, 4). 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in History 



B.S, in Commerce 




GERARD G 

Mamaroneck 

Student Legislature (5Si, Footbal 



i^ROBERTJ.LILLY 
' Seagrove 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 






^\ J'y^ 





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Landfield 

Law 

Lear 

Lee 

Levine 



Lone 
Lowler 
Leozar 
Legum 
Liebenguth 



Lothrop 
Layton 

Leder 
Leonard 

Lilly 




SEniORS 







Lindsay 


Lindsey 


Littlejohn 


Livingstone 


Lochner 


Lockwood 


Long, N. 


Long, W, 


Lothrop 


Lovejoy 


Lowder 


Lutterloh 


Lynn 


MacColmon 


Mackie 



JOHN WELDON LINDSAY 

Columbia, South Carolina B.A. in English 

Chi Phi; Class Executive Committee (2); Interfraternity Council (2, 3); Inter- 
national Relations Club (3); Philanthropic Assembly (2, 3); Sound and Fury 
(3); Y, M. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Freshman Friendship Council (1) 

CARLTON LINDSEY, JR. 

Lumberton B.S, in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta; Doily Tar Heel (1); Gimghoul (3. 4); Y MCA (1, 2). 



LEONARD SPEARS LITTLEJOHN 
Jonesville, South Carolina 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 

WILLIAM ORR LIVINGSTONE, JR. 
Asheville 



DARLEY BYRD LOCHNER 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Sigma Kappa; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4), Y W C A (3, 4 



B.S. in Commerce 

B,A. in Political Science 
B.A in Journalism 



MARY ELIZABETH LOCKWOOD 

Brunswick, Georgia B.A. in Chemistry 

Theta Psi Epsilon; Class Officer (2), Y. W. C. A, (2, 3, 41; Phormacy Senate (2) 

NICHOLAS LONG 

Roanoke Rapids B.S. in Commerce 

Carolina Political Union (3); Class Vice-President (1); Philanthropic Assembly 
(1, 2); Student Legislature (3); University Club (3). 

WILLIE JONES LONG, JR. 

Garysburg B.S. in Commercey 

Zeta Psi; Cfa?SS4onor Council (2); Debate Squad (I, 2); Golden Fleece '3, 4) 
Gorgon's Kjead yRr~'ft7"€<0il (2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (2, 3); Universi^ 
Club Treasb*ei/G); WresHtisg (1, 2); Minataurs (2) 



MARY BELLE L 
Knoxville, Tennes.se£ 
Chi Omega; Y W ' 



ALBERT EDWIN LO^OY 
Southern Pines 

LLOYD GREY LOWDER 

Albemarle 

Glee Club (1) 

ISAAC HAYDEN LUTTERLOH, JR. 

Sanford 

Chi Phi; Alpho Epsilon Delta. 




I.A( in Mofhsaaatiei....^^ 



B.A. in Chemis 



BARBARA DELPHINE LYNN 

High Point B.A. in Dramat/c Art 

Delta Delta Delta; Carolino Magazine (3); Playmokers (3); Sound grid Fury 
(5); Swimming Club (3); Woman's Athletic Association (4). 

KATHYRINE JANE MacCALMAN 
Nyack, New York B.A/in English 

Daily Tar Heel (3, 4), Glee Club (3, 4); Yackety Yock (3, 4)/y W C A 
(4); Swimming Club (3), C. I. C. A. (3, 4), 

WILLIAM ERNEST MACKIE 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Political Science 

Phi Gamma Delto; Phi Beta Kappa; Debate Squad (1, 2, 3, 4); Debate Council 
i2, 3); Dialectic Senate (1, 2, 3, 4), President Pro-Tempore (2), Critic (3); 
International Relotions Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Vice-President (2, 3); Y. M. C. A 
(2, 3) 



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SEniORS 



NORMAN MacLEOD 

Sanford 

Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (4) 

ROBERT RANKIN MacMILL/ 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Kappa Alpha. 

ANNETTE MAG ID 
Petersburg, Virgin: 

Carolina Magazine 

ORRIN R 
Dublin, Virgi 
Dialectic Sena 
Soccer (4) 




B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Philosophy 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.A. in Political Science 
lotions Club (2); Y. M, C, A (1, 2, 4); 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Political Science 
Political Union (3, 4); Doily Tar Heel (4); Hillel 
I Relations Club (2, 3). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 
House Council, Pi Kappa Alpha Treasurer (4). 

DOROTHY ROSt MARSHALL 

larjni, Florida/ B.A. in Sociology 

[igmq. Kappa; /ipha Kappa Delta; Stray Greek (3); Dally Tar Heel (3), 



ROBERT M. MARSHBURN, JR. 

Elizabetbftown B.S. in Commerce 

Carolina Magazine (1, 2, 3), Interdormitory Council (3). 

iGOOD MARTIN 

Carolina B.A. in English 

ama Alpho Iota; Glee Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); 



B S in Chemistry 




hysical cdtiQation 
Alpha Clelta Yv, /. \\C. A. (3, 4); Spencer DoiWbry House Council (3); 
Woman's i^thlet/ AssoaS»i«^J4) . 



JAMES IRVINKMASON, JR. 
Asheville 



B.A. in Political Science 



JOHN MARTIN MAY^ 
Long Branch, New Jersey "" ' ^ B S. in Commerce 

Jf\ Kappa Alpha; Carolina Magazine (1, 2), Daily Tor Heel (I, 2, 3); Inter 
dormitory Council (1, 2); Philontliropic Assembly (2, 3), Tennis (1, 2). 



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t^ f*'' ^ 





MocLeod 


MocMillan 


Mogid 


Mogill 


Monn 


Morgolis 


Marsh, J. 


Marsh, W. 


Marshall 


Marshburn 


Martin. A 


Martin, J. 


Martin, M. 


Mason 


May 




SEniORS 



iViuynard 


Mease 


Medd 


Mercer 


Middleton 


Miller 


Mintz 


Mitchell 


Mock 


Molloun 


Moore, E, 


Moore, M. 


Moore, T. 


Morenus 


Morgan 



HUBBARD DURANT MAYNARD, JR^ 

Chapel Hill 

Track (1, 3); Y^ M C A. (1, 3). 



B A. in Physical Education 



JUDSON DAW MEASE 

Canton 

Y M C A (2, 3). 

FLORENCE LOUISE MEDD 
Asheville 

Sigma Alpha loto; Band (3, 4); C. I C A. (4); University Orchestro (4); 
Western North Carolina Club (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Music 



WILLIAM CASSIE MERCER, JR. 
Williamston 

Kappa Sigma. 

JACKSIE JANE MIDDLETON 
The Plains, Virginia 

WILLIAM EUGENE MILLER 

Winston-Salem 

Kappa Sigma, Treasurer (4) 

RONALD EARL MINTZ 

Rocky Mount 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Interfroternity Council (4); Young Democrats Club (4); 

Lambda Chi Alpha President (3); Lambda Chi Alpha Secretary (4). 



B.S. in Chemistry 

B S in Commerce 
B S, in Commerce 

B.A. in Political Science 



LOUIS CARR MITCHELL 
Ahoski£ 



B.S. in Commen 



lnterdorifh*a^i;^ouncil TS^3, 4), Secretary (4), Student Legislature (3) 
dent Advisor (A3, 4) 



JULIUS ALEXANDE"^ MOCK, JR 

Winston-Sale 

Daily Tar Heel (\„" ^lolectic Seftste (1) 

RUTH ELLEN MOLL 
Bethesda, Maryland 
Student Advisor (4). 




ournalism 




ELIZABETH SPRUILL MOORE 

Macon 

Glee Club (2). 

MYRON L, MOORE, JR. 

Granite Falls B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Class Executive Committee (3); Interdormifory Council (2). 

THOMAS McGWYNN MOORE 

Raleigh B.S. i/ Commerce 

N R O T C (1, 2, 3). 

CONSTANCE GAY MORENUS 
Atlanta, Georgia / B.A. in History 

Dialectic Senate (3); International Relations Club Vice-President (3), Y. W. 
C. A Cabinet (3, 4); C. I. C. A. (3); Canterbury Club Vice-President (3, 4). 




CECILEDOYNE MORGAN 
Birmingham, Alabama 



B.A. in Zoology 



Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3, 4); Interdormitory Council (4); Coed Senate (3); 
Y W. C. A. (3). 



7Q 



SEniORS 



ANNE HOLLAND MORRIS 
Richmond, Virginia 

Chi Omega; Sound and Fury (3), Y W 

CONSTANCE BOYD MORRIS. 
Florence, Alabama 

Chi Omega; Interdormitory Coun 
Valkyries (4); Y. W. C A. CgiJinet 
Senate (3, 

HELEN VARICK 

Asheville 

Pi Beto Phi; Glee 

Senate (4) 




B.A. in Sociology 
A/Cabinet (3); Coed Senate (3), 



B.A. in Sociology 

resident (4); Student Council (3, 4); 

iclver House President (3, 4); Coed 



B.A. in History 
net (4); Tennis Club (4); Coed 



B.A. in English 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4), 

5); Debate Squad (1, 2, 3); Dialectic Senate 

Vdormitory Council (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President 

'4), Speaker (4), Publications Union Board (4), 

'ture (4); Y. M, C A. (3); Graham Memoriol 

House President (2). 



B.A. in Economics 
am Club (1, 2, 3). Vice-President (2), President (3); 
versity Club President (3); Swimming (1,2, 3), Co- 
■ 4). 



^, B.A. in Chemistry 

cutive Committee (1); Y, M C A (2, 3, 4) 



■^UL EVERETT MULLINAX 
^astonia 

rvative Club President (4). 



ANN LeMOINE MURPHY 

Warsaw, Virginia 

Pi Beta Phi; House Council (4); Y, W C. A, 




JOSEPH DAV 
Cerro Gordo 

WILLIAM HOWE M^ 
Florence, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in Economics 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in History 

B.A. in Psychology 

B S in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 




.Sigma Chi; German Club Executive (2), Interfraternity Council (2, 3); University 
Club (2); Fresiiman Friendship Council (1). 




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Morris, A. 


Morris, C. 


Morrison, H. 


Morrison, R. 


Morrow 


Moser 


Moskow 


Moskowitz 


Motf 


Mullinox 


Munden 


Murphy 


Murray 


McAlister 


McCarthy 




SEniORS 



!CI» " I T 




ROBERT WESLEY McCORKLE 

Mocksville B S in Commerce 

JOAN McCRACKEN 

Canton - B.A. in Sociology 

LILBURNE McDADE 

Slireveport, Louisiana B.A. in History 

Koppa Kappa Gomma. 

ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE McDOWALL 

Keystone, West Virginia B.A. in Sociology 

Zeta Tou Alpha; Glee Club (3, 4), Y. W. C. A. (3). 

RICHARD CAVANAGH McELROY, JR. 

Wilson B.S. in Commerce 

Zeta Psi. 



DANIEL MILES McFARLAND 

Brevard B.A, in History 

Daily Tor Heel (3), Dialectic Senate (2, 4), Critic (4), Glee Club (2, 4), 
Publicity Manager (4); International Relations Club (3); Student Legislature 

(4); Council for Religion in Life (4). 



SARA ELIZABETH McGEE 

Columbus, Georgia 

Alpha Kappa Delta; Daily Tar Heel (4); Glee Club (4), Y W C A (3, 4); 

Women's Athletic Association (3); Student Advisor (4); Spanish Club (3), 



B.A. in Sociology 



HELEN^^LOTplSLAiJcGILL 
DavidsoV^/ ~\ 

B. BOYDMcGUI 
Spruce Pine 

Philanthropic Ass^blv 




JOHN VINCENT MclHU^H 
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 
Glee Club (3). 

EDWARD BURTMcKENZIE 

Salisbury 

Sigma Nu. 

MARY ADELAIDE McLARTY 

Water Valley, Mississippi 

Daily Tar Heel (3, 4), Glee Club (3). 

BETTY DOREENE McLEAN 

Gibsonville 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); C. I. C. A, (4). 

MORAN DORITH McLENDON, JR 

Morven 

Phi Gamma Delta; Baseball (1). 

WILLIAM AYLETTE McMANUS 

Charlotte 

Alpha Tau Omega. 



B.A. in History 



B.S. iX Commerce 



B.A. irf Political Science 



B A. in Economics 



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SEniORS 



RUTH BURCH McMICHAEL 
Chapel HI I 

Town Girls' Association (I, 2, 3, 4). 

MARC! A McM ILL IN 
Raleigh . 

Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee Club (3v 

JAMES BAUGHAM A^ULLAN 
Washington 

Delta Kappa Epsiloiiy 

JOHN MARS 
Newport New^ 

Ploymokers (4). 




B.A. In History 



B.A. in Music 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



B.S. In Medicine 
Golden Fleece (3, 4); Student Council (2, 3); 

NACH^SON 

B.S. in Commerce 
ratafnity Council (3); Monogram Club (4); Wrestling (4). 



B.A. In Zoology 



)xbp^ //'////// BS. in Commerce 

FlyORENCE JUNE/NEWMAN 

Yonkers, New Yock B.S. in Commerce 

Carolina Magazine /4); Hillel Cabinet (3); Y. W. C. A. (4) 



fvNN-NICK 

3yton, Ohi^ B.A. in Art 

Sound ond Fi^y (3); University Club (3, 4); Valkyries (4); Yackety Yock (3) 
Y W. C. A./3, 4); Woman's Handbook (3); C. I. C. A. (3) 



-JOHN STEPHAN NOLAN 



Beach, Florida 



B.S. in Commerce 



NG NORVELL 
iguana, Georgia \ B.A. In Sociology 

'Alpha DehvF'; Glee Clyb (3, 4;; Interdormitory Council (4), Student Legis- 
^ ' 3, 4); Alderman House President (4). 




loture (4,1; Y 




DORIS ALENE NUNN 

Marlon ^^'--^^ V /gTA^ an So ciology 

Alpha D4lta Pi; Y^V^^C. A (3, 4); Cheerleader NJ ; Miaern Dance CltK(4)- 
Student ** -■ -- - ""^ ^ ' 



B S. In Commerce 




JOHNSCHOFIELDO'NE/ 
, Knoxville, Tennessee 
Phi Beta Kappa. 



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B.A. in English 





McMullan 

Nachamson 

Newman 

Norvell 

O'Neall 




SEniORS 



Osborne 

Owen 

Foley 

Parker, E 

Parker, S. 



Uiment 


USSinsky 


Pace 


Packer 


Pannell 


Parker, D. 


Parker, M, J 


Porker, M. P. 


Parnell 


Portrick 



ELIZABETH ANNE OSBORNE 

Waynesville B.A. in Zoology 

Carr House President (3), Interdormitory Council (3); Coed Senate (3); 
C. I. C. A. (3). 



VIRGINIA DANIEL OSMENT 
Durham 



CORINNEOSSINSKY 

Daytono Beach, Florida 

Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Hillel Cabinet (4); Sponish Club (3 

HENRY WALTER LILLY OWEN, JR. 

Rocky Mount 

Chi Phi; Class Executive Committee (1). 

WILLIAM ALLEN PACE 

Saluda 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

WILLIAM LOUIS PACKER 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Sociology 

B.A. in Spanish 

) 

B.A. in Physics 
b S. in Commerce 
B S in Commerce 



DONALD W. PALEY 
New York, New York 



B A. in Economics 



Pi Lambda Phi; Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Monogram Club (4); Swimming 
(2, 4); Tennis (2, 3, 4). 



RUFUS>,«rtJHUR PAt*4NELL 

Franklin 

Sound and Fury (3 




DANIEL LOUHShK 
Smithfield ^^- 
Bond (1); Dialectic Sena">Nstn 



ERNEST ELBERT PARKER, JR 
Shallotte 



MARIAN JEROME PARKER 

Erwin 

Alpho Delta Pi; Y W C A. (3, 4). 

MILDRED PARROTT PARKER 

La Grange 

Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A. (3). 

SARA E, PARKER 

Smithfield 

Glee Club (4). 

WILLIAM EDWARD PARNELL 
Charlotte 

Daily Tor Heel Advertising Manager (4). 

EDWARD DUDLEY PARTRICK, JF 
Wilmington 



B.A. in/Sociology 




BA in Chemistry 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



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SEniORS 



JEAN ANNE PATTERSON 
Chapel Hi! 



Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Town Girls' Association/lp, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A, (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Secretary (2). 



ROBERT FISHER PATTERSC 
Rockwell 



GUY WARREN PAU 
Highlands 



ROBERT 
Spokane, 
Golden Fleece 
Medal (3) 




S. in Medical Technology 



B S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Journalism 



B,S. in Commerce 
I 4); Basketball (2, 3, 4), Fay Robinson 



B.A, in Dramatic Art 
', 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 



nd Maiorette (3); Doily Tar Heel (3) 



Sigiha Chi. ' 

HERMAN WILB/JRN PERKINS, JR. 
Goldsboro 



ROBERT EQWARD PERRY 
onshore 



B A. in English 



B.A. in Art 



B A. in Chemistry 



B S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma Nu; Doily Tar Heel (1); Student Legislature (2); University Dance Com- 
mittee (2)/ Baseball (I). 



">;arren seipp perry 

jMnsTftw»,,,^_^ B S. in Commerce 

fKoppa SigmoT^dta Sigma Pi; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ytLlZ\BETH ADAIX PETESCH 
'Birminc 

Chi Omega; Y. 



Ale 



B.A. in History 






VIRGINIA MADGE PETTIGREW 
Winter 'FTavelT>^rida 


FRITzWiF) 
Arlington, Vfr 

Phi Delta Theta. 


^>^ 


AUGUSTA F. 
Grover 


pharrV,^^^^^ 



\ ^ D ?S. ii a n^anish 



n History 



B.A. in English 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Carolina Magazine (4); Doily Tor Heel (3) Interdormi- 
tory Council (4), Yockety Yock (4), Y. W C A. (3, 4 



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Patterson, J. 


Patterson, R. 


Paxton 


Pearsall 


Peirce 


Pence 


Perry, R. 


Perry, W. 


Pettigrew 


Pfeiffer 



Paul 
Peete 
Perkins 
Petesch 
Pharr 



SEniORS 




^ -irsi ^ * 1^ -- 





f^.) o 



Phillips, E.H. 

Phoenix 

Pinner 

Pond 

Pope, J. 



Phillips, EM. 

Pickord 

Poisson 

Ponder, E. 

Pope, M. 



BETTY JO PHILLIPS 

Winnsboro, South Carolina B.A. in Sociology 

Y. W. C A. (3), 

ELIZABETH HUNTINGTON PHILLIPS 

Orlando, Florida B.A. in Sociology 

Delta Delta Delta. 

ELLA MOORE PHILLIPS 

Kinston B.A. in Sociology 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 

HUBERT JULIAN PHILPOTT 

Lexington B.A. in Dromctic Art 

Kappa Sigma; Playmakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3); University Club (3); 
Football (I, 2); Yockety Yack Junior Editor (4); Freshman Orientation Com- 
mittee (3). 

JULIUS W. PHOENIX, JR. 

Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Nu; Daily Tar Heel (1); Interfraternity Council (2); House Privileges 
Board (2); Catopult (1, 2). 




JOSEPH OLIVER PICKARD 

Randleman 

Chi Phi. 

STEPHEN JOHN PILLER, JR 
Hempsteed^New York 

Kappa AiDha;/lnT7mr<<Club (1) 

HOWARD M 
Candler 



FREDERICK D 
Wilmington 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



EDWIN ALLEN POLLOCK, JR. 
Quantico, Virginia 

FREDERICK RICHARD POND 

Brooklyn, New York 

Yackety Yack, Fraternity Editor (2). 

ELEANOR I. PONDER 
Skyland 

HERSCHEL D. PONDER 
Skyland 



B.S. in Commerce 



( B^Ar-in4ilictQry 



B.A. in /ournalism 



B Sr in Commerce 



JOHN WILLIAM POPE 

Fuquay Springs 

Chi Phi; Student Legislature (2); Y M C A. (1, 2, 3, 4) 



B.S. in Commerce 



MARK COOPER POPE, III 

Atlanta, Georgia B S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta; Gimghoul (3, 4); Football (1, 2, 3, 4). 



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SEniORS 



B.A. in Journalism 



CARROLL EDWARD POPLIN 
Winston-Salem 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Carolina Magazine (2, iX baily Tor Heel (1, 2, 3, 4); De- 
bate Squad (I, 2); Dialectic Senate (1/2, /3); Philonthropic Assembly (3) 
Publications Union Board (3); Sound arjerFur^ (2); University Club (2); Tennis 
(1, 2, 3); Yockety Yack (2, 3, 4). 



ROBERT EDWIN PORTE 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

LAURA McDOWEjZ POWERS 

Durham 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4 

NORRISW- 
Greensboro 

ELLEN 
Warri 



B.S, in Commerce 
B.A. in Sociology 




B.A. in English 
); Sound and 



finvfflfe,' Vip&iftid-^.,/ / B.S. in Commerce 

Deltfl Sigma K;G\ee/Oip ()); International Relations Club 0) 

; PUGH 

B.A. in Journalism 

4), Philanthropic Assembly (3, 4), Yackety Yock (3), 
C. I. C A. (3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 
Kappa Alpna; Delta Sigma Pi; Class President (4); Glee Club (3); Golden 
Fleece (4/; Grail (3, 4), Scribe (3), Delegate (4); Interfraternity Council Sec- 
retary (4l; Student Council (3, 4); Student Legislature Clerk (4); House Privi- 

ges Board Treasurer (4); Men's Council Chairman (4); Student Audit Board 

hoirman (4). 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



in Art 



B.S. ih Commerce 
C A. (1, 2, 3, 4) 




WILLIA 
Raleigh 

Zeta Psi; German CI 

DONALD NEELY RAL? 
Wenonah, New Jersey 
Chi Phi. 



B S. in Commerce 




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Porter 
Price, E. 
Prillaman 
Queen 
Rogland 



Powers 
Price, H. 

Pugh 
Quinn, J. 

Ralston 



SEniORS 




CATHERINE LILLIAN RANKIN 
Columbia, Mississippi 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). 



B,A, in Journalism 



CAMILLA RAY 

Oxford B.A. in English 

Swimming (3); Y. W. C. A, (4); Woman's Athletic Associotion (3). 



FREDMOWRERREADLING 
Davidson 



B.S. in Commerce 



LILLIAN M. REEVES 

Pilot Mountain B.A. in Chemistry 

Theta Psi Epsilon; Glee Club (3, 4); Philanthropic Assembly (3); Y. W. C. A. 
(3); Baptist Student Union Secretary (3); Council for Religion in Life (3). 



DON AVERY RE ID 
Lenoir 



B.A. in Political Science 



WARREN COURTNEY RENDALL 

Fredericksburg, Virginia B.A. in Economics 

Delto Kappa Epsilon; Interfraternity Council (3); Delta Kappa Epsilon Secre- 
tary (4). 



JOHN ARTHUR RICHARDSON, JR. 
Winston-Salem 



B.A. in Naval Science 



Phi Kappa Sigma; University Club (3), Baseball 13), Basketball (3); Y. M 
C A (4), 



EMILY LLU^YRIDENHOUR 

Mount Cilec" 

Alpha Del>lKP6s:f W C A\{3, 4). 



B.A. in Journal 



CHARLES WILLIA/VTRIPLEY 
Anderson, South'&xplina 

Boptist Stu 




.tudent UnW) ^"s", fl','Pr&SHtent (3), Vici 




GLORIA DEAN ROBBIT 
Gastonia B.A. in Sociology 

Daily Tar Heel (3); Coed Senate (4); Yackety Yock (31^ Y W^ A (3, 4); 
Student Advisor (4); House Council (3, 4); C I. C A (3j 4), Execu tive Counc il 
(3, 4); Publicity Chairman (4). 

ALICE SPARKS ROBERSON 

Washington B.A. in Political Sell 

Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Magazine (3), Student Legislature (3, 4); Y. W. 
C A (3). 

FLO ANN ROBERTS 

Tampa, Florida B.S. in Cc/nmerce 

Alpha Delta Pi; Y. W C A (4); Alpha Delta Pi Vice-President (4). 



RICHARD DOW ROBERTS 
Asheville 

ROBERTINE ADELINE ROBERTS 
Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 
Chi Omego; Y. W. C. A (3). 



HLilHI 




^^^B -''^fl 


JOHN A. ROBERTSON 




1 


^m 


Raleigh 


Rankin 


Ray 


Read ling 


Reeves 


Raid 


Rendall 




Richardson 


Ridenhour 


Ripley 




Robbins 


Roberson 


Roberts, F. 




Roberts, R. D. 


Roberts, R. A. 


Robertson 





Commerce 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Economics 



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SEniORS 



ANN ELIZABETH ROBINSON 

Winchester, Virginia / B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi; Honor Council (4); Coed ^^^ate (4); University Club (3); 

Y W C A (3, 4) 



DONALD CARL ROBINSON 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Phi Mu Alpha; Bond (1, 2, 3^) 
Secretary (2), Orchestra (1 

JAMES LOWRY R^INSON 
Arlington, Virg 
Yockety Yock ( 

JANE ARMS, 
Pittsburgh, 
Chi Omega; 



B.A. in History 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y M. C, A. (1, 2), 
Ipha President (4). 




B.A. in English 
ly Tar/HfeeK(4l'>-Glea/club (3, 4), International Relations Club (4); Sound 



B.A. in Socio'ogy 



Creedmootj/ ,/ /' / B.A, in Journalism 

Gp Club 6, 4K- ,y' ^Z C A (41 

ANNE HERNDON ROGERS 

Ciiopel Hill / B.A. in English 

Bbta Phi; Co/d Senate (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Town Girls' 
lAssociation {3,A). 



B S. in Commerce 



)RGE/)ROON ROGERS, JR. 
Whitevilje 

/' 
JCLYDE THOMAS ROLLINS 

;kory B.S. in Commerce 

^Tou KaJI|)»>Alpha; Debate Squod (3); Debate Council (3); International Rela- 
tions Club (Z>sj, President (3); Philanthropic Assembly (3). 

SI CJtJEY WILLI AVi ROSINSKY 
I BrooW^, New York B.S. in Commerce 

Tau Epsilon"PttiH|U©r Cabinet (3), Boxing Assistant Manager (3) 



LESTER ROSSKAM 

Phi ladgiphua Pennsylvania 



EUGEN 

Donnelly, M 

Delta Sigma Pi; Mor\groi 

IRA ROTH BAUM 
Pitman, New Jersey 

Carolina Magazine (4); Doily Tar Heel i2, 3, 4) 



S. in Commerce 



lub (4); 



^ ^ 





Robinson, A. 


Robinson, D. 


Robinson, J. L. 


Robinson, J. A 


Robinson, N. 


Rodd 


Roddey 


Rogers, A F. 


Rogers, A. H 


Rogers, G. 


Rollins 


Rosinsky 


Rosskam 


Roth 


Rothbaum 




SEniORS 



^^j '*^ ri » 




Rudolph 


f'. ■ 


Sanders 


Sandick 


Sands 


Sapp 


Sarlin 


Sasser 


Souer 


Saunders, A. 


Saunders, N. 


Sotterfieid 


Scales 


Schwortz 


Seover 



HENRY LATIMER RUDOLPH 
Asheville 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Dclto Theto; Western North Carolina Club (4); University Veterans' Asso- 
ciation (4), 

SARAH ROSANNE RYAN 

Asheville B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Befo Phi; Glee Club (3, 4); Swimming Club (3); Student Advisor (4). 



THOMAS BRYAN SANDERS 
Four Ooks 

BERNARD ARTHUR SANDICK 
Chicago, Illinois 

Daily Tar Heel (2) 

MARVIN SANDS 
Greensboro 
Tau Epsilon Phi. 

BAXTER BOONE SAPP 
Raleigh 



B.S, in Commerce 
B S. in Commerce 

B,S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 
Phi Delto Theto; Band {i>, Yackety Yock (I ); Class Dance Committee (3). 

B.S. in Commerce 



RALPH FEDDER SARLIN 

Liberty, South Carolina 

Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Hillel Cobinet (4) 



WILLIAM GRAY SASSER 
Wilson B.A. in Music, 

Phi Mu AlEfeo; Band (2), Daily Tar Heel (I); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Sound on^ 
Fury (I, 2, 3TS. 

DOROTHY JDWE SAUE 

Chapel Hill ^-~-_ B.A. in Political Science 

Carolina Magazine _i42. Daily Tar Heel (4); InternoftonaLRelations Ciiio 14), 
Spanish Club (3); CTl5.^A. (3, 4) 



ilino Magazine Hi, t 

lish Club (3); Cn^ 

ALBERT SAUNDER^ 
Asbury Park, New Jersey 





NANCY ANN SAUNDERS ( 

Reidsville KBA.Jff) ScJOOIii^y^ 

Chi Omega; Daily Tor Heel 13, 4); Sound and Fury (3,^H>»fc5cretary (4), 
Y. W. C A. (3, 4). 

FRANCES SATTERFIELD 

Richmond, Virginia B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Sound and Fury (3), Pon-Heilenic Council (3, 4), Y W C A 

(3, 4). 



JUNIUS IRVING SCALES 
Chapel Hill 

KARL SCHWARTZ, 1 1 1 
Washington, D. C. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



B.A. in Comparative literature 
/A. in English 




RICHARD WOODWARD SEAVER 

Thompson, Connecticut B.A. in English 

Sigmo Chi; Carolina Magazine (3, 4); Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Monogram Club 
(3, 4), Wrestling (3, 4). 



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SEniORS 



CLAIBORNE TAYLOR SELDEN 
San Diego, California 

NATALIE LOUISE SELIG 
Elizabeth City 

Daily Tor Heel (3, 4) 

EDITH JOAN SEMAT 
Flushing, New York 
Hillel Cabinet (3, 4) 

ARTHUR RON 
Wilmington 

Tau Epsilon Phi 

Club (3, 4), C 

JOHN RO 
Ocean 

Dialectic 




B.A. in History 
B.A. in Journalism 

B.A. in Sociology 



B.A. in Chemistry 
Daily Tar Heel il, 4), Monogram 



B.S, in Chemistry 

2); Y, M. C A (I, 2, 3) 



B.S. in Chemistry 



^.b ,(^, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4); 



B.A. in Economics 

ng (3, 4); 



B.A. in History 



E>!/ELYN 

Ridgewood, New /ersey B.A in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Al/ha Kappa Delta; Daily Tor Heel (4); Glee Club (3) Sound 
. C. A. (3, 4); Swimming Club (3, 4); House Council (4); 
Student 



B.A. in Chemistry 
Epsilon Delta; Hillel Cabinet (2); Swimming (2). 



EVEL/N ANN SHUDDE 
"Washington, D. C. 

/DeTf!l««S6tp; Glee Club (3 4); Yackety Yack 

- ■ C A>^4). 

SIBLEY 



ELLIOT BENEDICT SIEGEL 
New York, New York 
Phi Al 





B.A. in Mathematics 
4); Y W. C A. (3, 4); 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B S. in Commerce 



A in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 



THOMAS GREGC 
Elizabeth City 

Zeta PsI; Carolina Politico! Urfflll (1| d^ German Club (3); Interfraternity 
Council (4); I nterdormitory Council (I); Swimming (1 2 3)- Track (!)■ Young 
Democrots Club (1); Y M C. A. (I, 2). 





SEniORS 



Smith, S 

Smith, Z. 

Sowell 

Speas 



Smith, E 


Smith, K. 


Smith, V. 


Smith, W 


Snuggs 


Sokohl 


Soybel 


Spain 


oeissegger 


Spencer 



SHIRLEY MARGARET SMALL 

Topeka, Kansas B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Y, W. C A (3, 4), Cobinet (4); Coed Senate (4); Student 
Advisor (4). 



EUNICE CONSTANCE SMITH 
Brunswick, Georgia 
Theta PsI Epsilon. 



B.A, in Chemistry 



KATHERINE GERRY SMITH 

Concord, Georgia B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Alpha Kappa Delta; Class Executive Committee (4); Pon-Hellenic 
Council, Vice-President (4); Valkyries (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Women's Ath- 
letic Association Secretary (4) 

STEPHEN BLOUNT SMITH 

Greenville Sound B,A. in Chemistry 

Philanthropic Assembly (4); Dialectic Senote (1). 

VIRGINIA COWLES SMITH 

Charlotte B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omeao; University Club (3); Y, W. C, A. (3, 4); Woman's Athletic Asso- 
ciation (4); House Council (3). 



W GRISWOLDSMITH 

Charlotte 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; German Club Executive (4). 

ZACHARY TAYLOR SMITH 
Mount Airy 
Beta Thefa PI. 



B S in Commerce 



Economics 




JACOB NATHANfgb - SOKOH L 
Elkins Park, Penn^yiyania 



J. RANDOLPH SOWELL 

Greensboro 

Delto Sigma Pi; Young Democrots Club ( 

ARTHUR SOYBEL 

Brooklyn, New York 

Carolina Magazine (3), Sound and Fury 

BARBARA LANDER SPAIN 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 




B,A. in English 



Alpha Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (3, 4); Pon-Hellenic/Ioun- 
cil (4); Y W C A (3, 4); C. I. C A. (3). 



MARGARET ANN SPEAS 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Phi Mu; Glee Club (3, 4), Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y. W. C, A fi, 4); Stray 

Greeks President (4). 




B A,/n French 



JOYCE FROST SPEISSEGGER 
Charleston, South Carolina 

Alpha Delta Pi. 

CURTIS WAYNE SPENCER, JR. 
Wilmington 



B.A, in Zoology 



B.A. in Spanish 



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SEniORS 



WILLIAM WARREN 5PRAGINS 
Clarksdole, Mississippi 

FREDERICK CHARLES SPUHLER 
Baldwin, New York 
Chi Phi. 

SAM KANESTALLARD 
Gate City, Virginia 

CLYDE MORTON 
Morehead City 
Delta Psi; Carolina 

Assembly (3); Ployj 
(4); Yackety Yac\^ 

tion Committee 

KERWIN 
Forest Cit; 
Delto Sig 




B.S- in Physics 
B,S. in Commerce 

B A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Journalism 
aily Tar Heel (3, 4); Philanthropic 
Fury (2, 3, 4); Student Legislature 
,4); Tar an' Feathers (2); Onento- 



B,5, in Commerce 



B.A. in Journalism 
far Heel (4i, Interdormitory Council (4); Manley 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Gamma Delta; Qlass Honor Council (2); Class Treasurer (1 ), Student Legis- 
latiji£__(2); Track/(1); University Club (2); Interfrcternity Council (2). 

CEORGE DANIELS STENHOUSE 

toldsboro / B.A. in History 

Alpha Tau Omega; Carolina Political Union (4); Closs Treosurer (3); Class 
Executive Qommittee (3); Gorgon's Head (3, 4); Interfrcternity Council (3, 4); 
Alpho Tai/Omego President (4). 

'\LUAM BLOUNT STEWART 

inaton B.S. in Commerce 

^Chi Phi; Tui^u Alpha; Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Phllonthropic Assembly, Speaker 
_Pro-Tem (3)7S^eshman Friendship Council (4); Y. M. C. A. (3, 4); University 

lierons' AssocioNpn President (3), Vice-President (4). 



JULIX^N HAWKir% STOKES 
Newson 

MARY IMOGENE STOKES 
Darlington, South Carolina 
Y, w 

WILL^ 
Raleigh 

Pi Kappa Alpha^ 

Council (2, 3). 

dent (3), Vice-Presi^nt 




B S, in Commerce 
B.A. in Sociology 



B.A. iKPoiitical Science 

3); Class President n>^ Interfratermty 
Football (2); Pi Kappb Alpha Presi- 



6ETTY CAROLYN SI 

Richmond, Virginia 

Alpho Delta Pi; Yackety Yock (3), Y W C A (3, 4) 



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B.A. in English 




C^ f 





Cj /*•; 





jproguib 


Spuhler 


Siuiiu.d 


Stollings, C. 


Stollings, K. 


Stallworth 


Stanbach 


Stedmon, J. A. 


Stedmon, J. 1 


Stenhouse 


Stewart 


Stokes, J. 


Stokes, M. 


Storey 


Storm 




SEniORS 



Stoudemire 


Stough 


Strait 


Stroyhorn 


Stringfield 


Srrobel 


Stuart 


Stubbs 


Sturgell 


Suggs, J. 


Suggs, R. 


Suits 


Sullivan 


Summers 


Swain 



MARIAN SLATE STOUDEMIRE 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Spanish 

Pi Beta Phi; Pon-Hellenic Council (4); University Club (3); Town Students 
Association (3, 4), Vice-President (4). 



SAMUEL TERTIUS STOUGH, JR. 
Davidson 



B.S in Commerce 



JOHN LACKER STRAIT 

Angola, Indiana B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Monogram Club (3, 4); Cross Country (3, 4), Track (4>, 



RALPH NICHOLS STRAYHORN, JR. 
Durham 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Delta Theta; Class Honor Council (1); Class President (3); Gorgon's Head 
(4); Groil (4); Monogram Club (4); Student Legislature (2); Football (I, 2, 
3, 4), Co-Captain (4); Track (I, 2); Graham Memorial Director (2) 



JAMES KING STRINGFIELD 
Waynesville - 

Monogram Club (2), Football (1); Track (2). 



B A. in Chemistry 



VINCENT EVANS STROBEL 

Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delto Theta; Gorgon's Head (3, 4); Interfratermty Council (3, 4t, As- 
sistant Football Manager (2); Freshmon Orientation Counsellor (3). 

WALTER JAMES STUART 

Parris island. South Carolina B.A. in Mathematics 

Y M C A (1, 2), Treasurer (1); Sound and Fury (1, 2); Chairman of Council 
for Religion in Life (1 ); Aquinas Club (1, 2, 3), President (1 ) 



B S. in Commerc 



WILLIAM JEFFERSON STUBBS 

Atlanta, GPOmio^ 

Phi Delta Xbet/ Daily TShsHeel (1); Dialectic Senate (1); Gimghoul (4), GLie 

Club (.!)■ Wwa^ram Club >4); Sound and Fury (1, 2); Student Legisla/ire 

(4); University Cl\ (3), Tenuis (3, 4), Monager (3); Cheerleader (2, 4' 



JACK SHERMAN-S:];URGELL 
Greenup, Kentucky / 





Science 



JANE LEONARD SUC 

Chapel Hill 

Y W C A (I, 2, 3); Town Girls' Association (1, 2, 



French 

), Vice-President (2. 3) 



RE ID SUGGS 
Thomasville 
Monogram Club (2) 



B.A. in Ph 



Basketball (I, 2) 



h^s^sgl Educatii 



HAROLD WADE SUITS 
Liberty B.A. in Zoology 

Phi Beta Kappa; Daily Tar Heel (1); Dialectic Senote (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer 
(3)- Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Swimming (3); Y. M C A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Council for 
Religion m Life (1, 2, 3, 4). 



emistry 



BEVERLY NATHANIEL SULLIVAN, JR. 

Winston-Salem 

Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 



ALICE WRIGHT SUMMERS 

Rogersville, Tennessee 

Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Alpho lota; Glee Club (3, 4); Ploymokers (3); Y. Vl'. 

C A Cabinet (3, V 




Journalism 



DOROTHY ALLEN SWAIN 

Raleigh B.A. in Journalism 

Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Magazine (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Y W 
C. A. (3); Coed Senate (4). 



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SEniORS 



VIRGINIA FERGUSON SWAIN 

Hartford, Connecticut /7 B.A. in Zoology 

Delta Delto Delta; Glee Club (3, 4); Stud^t Legislature (3); University Club 
(3); Y, W. C, A (3, 4); Woman's AjHletic /Association Vice-President (4); 
Delta Delta Delta Secretary (4). 



DOROTHY BURKE SWEA^ 

Charlotte 

Alpha Delta PI; Doily Tar . 

urer (4). 

RICHARD HA 
Lewistown, 

Monogram Club 

HILDA SI 

Lookout 

Chi 




B.A. in Art 
A. (3, 4); Alpha Delta Pi Treas- 



B A. in Physical Education 
Tennis (3 4); Y M C A (3, 4). 



B.A. in English 
C. A. (3, 4); Honor Council (3, 4). 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.A. in History 



B.A. in Sociology 
i\1v1agazlne (4), Pliilanthropic Assembly (3, 4); 



B.S. in Economics 



'LOR 

( ), Interfroternity Council ( ). 

"ENNEY. JR. 

B.A. in Economics 

A^HUR Webster thomas, jr. 

Concord/ B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Kappa ^Ipha; Bond (1, 2); Glee Club (1); Interfroternity Council (2) 



^EVERETT THOMAS, J R 
loren^N^Duth Carolina 

pha Ep^Hon. 




B.S. in Commerce 



IIN\M THOMAS 

'Tampo^t^ida ^ B.A. in French 

Kappa DeltoTTStee-^lotf (3, 4); Y W. C. A (3, 4); Stray Greeks (3, 4), Vice- 
President (4). 

WILLI-aJwUe^HOMAS ( y^ 

Winstpn-SalerflSv \ /B.S>r€e«imerce 

Golf (^ Track yf4^Wrestling (2), Footboll (K^ 

GLORIA AN^LTHOMPSOh 

Wendell X 

Alpha Delta Pi; Y. VOC. A. (3. 4). X 

JEAN CAROL TH0MP^t>4 ^ J 

Spencer B.A. in Spanish 

Dally Tor Heel (3); Yackety Yack (4), Y W. C. A (3, 4), Spanish Club Treas- 
urer (3); C. I. C. A (3, 4), Executive Council (4). 



B.AN-n Zoology 




a o 




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Swain, V. 


-.■,^.; 


Swigart 


Taber 


Tapley 


Tate 


Taylor, M. 


Taylor, P. 


Tenney 


Thomas, A. 


Thomas, H 


Thomas, N. 


Thomas, W. 


Thompson, G. 


Thompson, J 



W '^^/ 7 ^ «.! 




SEniORS 



Thompson, R. 


Thompson, S. 


Thompson, T. 


Thomson 


Thorsen 


Tietjen 


Tillery 


Tisdale 


Tomlinson 


Towler 


Trimble, D. 


Trimble, F. 


Trotter 


Trusty 


Tucker 



RANDOLPH MINES THOMPSON 

Jacksonville, Florida B.A. in Economics 

Sigmo Alpha Epsilon; Gorgon's Head (3, 4); Interfroternity Council (3). 



SAMUEL A, THOMPSON, JR. 
Mount Olive 



THOMAS WILSON THOMPSON 
Winston-Salem 



JULIUS FAISON THOMSON, JR. 

Goldsboro 

Beta Theta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (2); Philanthropic Assembly (2, 3), Speaker Pro 

Tempore (3); Track (2). 



B.A. in Chemistry 
B,S- in Commerce 
B.A. in History 



BARBARA LOU THORSON 
Elizabeth City 
Daily Tor Heel (3, 4; 



B.A. in Journalism 



CHARLES H, TIETJEN 

Freeport, New York B.A. in Physical Education 

Phi Gamma Delta; Monogram Club Secretory-Treasurer (4); Track (3). 



LYNN BRADFORD TILLERY 

Wilmington 

Phi Gamma Delta; Track (1, 2). 



B.S. in Commerce 



ALFRED-&QMUND TISDALE 
Sumter^Sou(tr-€cu;Qlina B.A. in Chemistr^ 

Kappa Alptw/Oass ExeoH^ve Committee (I, 2, 3); Interfroternity Council iJ); 
University DoncXCommitteX (3); Order of the Sheiks (2, 3, 4), Presidenty(3). 

CARROLL FINtEX TOMLINSON 

Durham 

Zeto Psi; GermonXifc (3, 4), President (4 

Council (1); Cross Couh^ry (1, 2); Tr^ck (2 

Vice-President (3) 




REID STEWART TOWLER 

Raleigh 

Chi Psi; Interfroternity Council (2); Cheerleader (2, 

DOROTHY ANNE TRIMBLE 
College Park, Georgia B.A. in 5bs4e|ogy 

Alpho Delta Pi; Coed Senate (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Woman's Athletic 
Association (4); Alpha Delta Pi President (4). 



FLORRIE MARILYN TRIMBLE 
College Park, Georgia 
Alpha Delta Pi; Y W C A (3). 

JAMES ROBERT TROTTER 
Salisbury 

NETTIE NELL TRUSTY 
Shreveport, Louisiana 

GLENN ELIZABETH TUCKER 

Kannapolis 

Alpha Gamma Delta; International Relations Club (4); Y. W. C, A. (4). 




A. in Art 



f.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Sociology 
B.S. in Commerce 



SEniORS 



HOWARD CONRAD TURNAGE 

Chapel Hill yj B.S. in Physics 

Glee Club (3); Internationol Relations Clu^4y; Y. M. C Ad, 2, 3, 4); Fresh- 
man Friendship Council (1). 

JON HALLOCKTUTHILL 

Glen Ridge, New Jersey / / B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta; Daily Tar>leel (I); Int^fraternity Council (4); Monogram 
Club (3, 4); Student Legij^ture (2, 3); Cl/eerleoder (3). 

MARY JO TW 

Foyettevilie, Te^^^^^-^^ / B.A. in Dramatic Art 

Alpha Gamma De|j|^^^^t)^r>Sv4); S6und end Fury (3); Y. W. C, A. (3, 4) 



FLORENCE 
Dunn 
Glee Club 




B.A. in History 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



rs (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 

BAXARD TAYl/fciR VAN HECKE 
Hiolpel Hi 

IPhi Delta Thet/- Monogram Club (2); Track (2) 



DER HOLLOWAY VEAZEY 
Raleiqh^*\ B.A. in Chemistry 

ass President (3); German Club Executive (3); Inter- 
Student Legislature (2); Track (3); Freshman Orienta- 
/tion Xomm 

CHARLES 

Wheeling, West Virginia 

Pi Lambda Phi; Interfraternify Council (3) 




ELINOR JEANIWTE WADDELL> 
Weaverville 

CLYDE WHITE WADE 

Roxboro 

Bond (2, 3, 4), Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



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SEniORS 



Wade 


Waldfogel 


Walker, E. 


A'alker, G, 


Woll, B^ 


Wall, C^ 


Wallace 


Waller 


Ward, B 


Ward, L. 


Ward, M. 


Warner 


Worren 


Washburn 


Watkins 



CARRIE MAI E WADE 

Charlotte 

Chi Omega. 

MELVIN WALDFOGEL 
Neponset, Massachusetts 

Tau Epsilon Phi; Delta Phi Alpha. 

EDWIN K. WALKER 
Winston-Salem 

FRANCES LOUISE WALKER 
Pisgah Forest 



B,S. in Sociology 

B.A, in Comparative Literature 

B S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Journalism 



Alpha Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (4); Student Legislature (4). 

B,A. in Sociology 



BETSY CARRINGTON WALL 

Lexington 

Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Kappa Delta; Y. W. C A. (4). 



CARROLL CHARLES WALL 

Lexington 

Kappa Alpha. 

JOHN POWELL WALLACE 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

Sigma Nu; Carolino Political Union (3). 

LEWIS SKI DMORE WALLER 
Leaksville 

Debate Squad (1, 2, 3); Philanthropic Assembly 



B.S- in Commerce 



B.S- in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 
2, 3, 4), 





B.S. in Commei/e 

Phi Kappa Sigma^Class Vice-President (2); Interfraternity Council ( 

gram Club (3, 4)7^wi«aaiwg (I, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4); Athletic L>Ounc 

(3); Phf Kappa Sigma President (3) 

LAFE PRESToKryA 
Williamson, WesrVirginia 

MARY STROWD WARD 

Pittsboro 

Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Y. W. C, A. (3) 

WILLAELVA WARNER 

Sarasota, Florida 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Bond (3 4); Glee Club (3, 4); Swii 

Y. W. C. A. 13), University Orchestra (3). 



CALVIN WILLARD WARREN 
Garland 



B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi; Class Executive Committee (2); Dail/ Tar Heel 

(2); German Club (3); Grail (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3)/ Sound and 
Fury (3); Student Council (4); University Club (2, 3); UniversityDonce Com- 
mittee (3). 

BETTIE ANNE WASHBURN 

Shelby BA. in Chemistry 

Theta Psi Epsilon; Closs Executive Committee (3); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); 

Swimming Club (3); Yackety Yack (3, 4), Associate Editor (3), Senior Editor 
(4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Theta Psi Epsilon Secretary (4); Student Party Secre- 
tary (4); Woman's Handbook Editor (3); C. I. C. A. (3, 4), Executive Coun- 
cil (4). 



MARTIN ABRAHAM WATKINS 

Madison, Tennessee 

Hillel Cabinet (3, 4), Boxing (I) 



BA. in English 



88 



SEniORS 



WILLIAM HENLEY WATSON 

Winston-Salem 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

NANCY MORRIS WAUGH 
Williamson, West Virginia 
Delta Delta Delta; Daily Tar H^ 

Treasurer (4) 

ELIZABETH 
Goldsboro 
Theto Psi Epsilon; 

ThetQ Psi Epsilon S] 



CHARLES L 
Greensboro 

Zeta Beta 

Cabinet 




B.S^ in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 
W C, A (3); Delta Delta Delta 



B.A. in Chemistry 
I. C. A. (3, 4); House Council (3); 



FRANCES 
yff^lj^, Vir 

Wi Beki Phi, 

JOHN Mlj/TON WESTBROOK 
Palmerdqle, Alcbar 

Phi Gomn 



ELIZABETH WESTBROOK 



B.S. in Commerce 

2, 3), Advertising Manager (3); Hillel 
cil (4). 



B.S. in Chemistry 

B.A. in History 

B.A. in Political Science 

B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in English 

B.A. in English 




B.A. in Mathematics 
Tar Heel (3); Glee Ciub (3); Y. W. C A. (3). 



B.A. in Sociology 



URTONVWHITE 



JAMES DAVID WHITE 
Kanna 

Sigma Ohi; Grail (?^); Monogram Club (2, 3, ^I^Basl^tboll (2, 3, 4T»sfaro- 
AthVtic Associj<!qi:i President (4); Graham ^Ae!hs^af Board of Directors (4). 




'.A. in Pineal Education 



JEAN 

Durham 

Alpha Delto Pi; Y. W, 

I ESLIE COMER WHITE 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Sigma Nu. 



B.A. Tf^Sociology 



B.A. in Journalism 





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Watson 


Waugh 


Weil 


Weill, C. 


Weill, K. 


Weinkle 


Weintraub 


Weisberg 


Welch 


Westbrook, J. 


Westbrook, N. 


White, B. 


White, J. D. 


White, J. M. 


White, L. 




SEniORS 



White, S. 


White, V 


\V lilt man 


Whitner 


Whitney, M. 


Whitney, 0, 


Wicker 


Wilkerson 


Wilkins 


Williams, A., Ill 


Williams, AM. 


Williams, AJ, 


Williams, F. 


Williams, H, 


Williams, V. 



SYDNOR MONTGOMERY WHITE 

Raleigh B.A. in Economics 

Zeta Psi; German Club Executive (2); Gimghoul (2); Grail (2); Interfraternity 
Council (2), University Dance Committee (2). 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



B.A. in Physics 



B.S. in Commerce 



VESTA ANN WHITE 
Sanford, Florida 
P!aymakers (3, 4). 

HARVEY JAY WHITMAN 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

Phi Alpha. 

GEORGE CRABTREE WHITNER 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; Corolina Political Union (2); Closs Honor Council (1, 2l; 

Groil (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (2, 3); University Dance Committee (3, 4), 

Chairman (3), Swimming (2). 

MARGARET WILLIS WHITNEY 

Plant City, Florida B.A. in English 

Chi Omega; Chi Delta Phi; Carolina Magazine (4), Class Executive Committee 
(3), Gtee Club (3); Yackety Yack (3), Y. W. C A (3, 4), Cabinet (4). 

OSCAR MASON WHITNEY 

Atlanta, Georgia B.A. in Political Science 

Phi Delta Theta; Daily Tar Heel (1); Gimghoul (3, 4); Grail (3, 4); Interfra- 
ternity Council (3), Football (3), Manager (3); Phi Delta Theta President (3). 



JAMES PRESTON WICKER 
Sonford 



B.S in Commerce/ 



LOU I Sv^)(NS~WrbKERSON 

Raleigh \ N. B.A. in Chem^^try 

Phi Kappa SigmaSBand H); Phi Kappa Sigma President (2). 



Philosophy 

A. (3, 4), 




ALFRED WILLIAMS, III 

Raleigh 

Zeto Psi; Basketball (2), Dance Committee (2). 

ANN McCRERY WILLIAMS 
Dalles, Texas 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; Stray Greeks (3, 4). 

ARTHUR JULIAN WILLIAMS 

Worrenton 

Zeta Psi; Honor Council (1, 2). 



BrA^s^n Economics 




B.A. in J/!)urnalism 



FRANK CAMP WILLIAMS 
Roanoke Rapids B.J in Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsilon; Honor Council (4); Interfraternity QBuncil (3); Student 
Council (31, Wrestling (2); Delta Kappa Epsilon President/(3). 



HERNDON F, WILLIAMS 
Florence, South Carolina 

Sigma Nu. 



B.A, in Political Science 



VINCENT BYRD WILLIAMS 

Louisville, Kentucky 

International Relations Club (4), Aquinos Club (4). 



B.A. in History 



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SEniORS 




DAN SCOTT WILLIAMSON 

Winston-Salem 

Beta Theta Pi; Interfratermty Council (2,^ 

ANN ESTES WILLI NGHAM 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Playma^ 

DAVID CARLYLEW; 
Rocky Mount 

ROLAND ROB 
Newark, N 
Baseball (I 

ALVIN A 
Newton 
Y. M C 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Physical Education 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.S, in Commerce 



B.A. in English 
Heel.O); Interdormitory Council (4); Y. W. C. A 



B.S. in Commerce 



DQiNALD IRYDE 

Winston-Salem' / B.S. in Commerce 

Chi Phi; InterdormiWry Council (2, 3), Secretary (2), Vice-President (3); Stu- 
dent Advisor (2, 3,/4). 



ilLy 



JAM J.AVOESTENDIEK 
kiugerties, JNew York B. A. in Journalism 

Sigma Chi; Pni Beta Kappa; Carolina Magazine (41; Daily Tar Heel (], 2, 

3, 4), Sportit Editor (3), Editor (4); Debate Council (1); Y. M. C. A. (4); 
Graham Mismorio! Board of Directors (4). 

---EOWIN LEE WOOD 
M&Ts4iill B.S. in Chemistry 

Alpha ChTSl^M; Debote Squad (3, 4); Debate Council (4); Philanthropic As- 



(3, 



ARAH GOODWiPiWOOD 
WinstotV^olem j B.A. in Spanish 

Chi Omega; DSilrlTirlHeel (3, 4); Student Legislature (3); Y. W. C, A, (3, 4). 



EARL EUGENE WOODARD 
Ashevill 




Economics 



THOMAS BR 
Roxboro 

Dialectic Senate (1, 2, 



DONALD WRIGHT 
Washington, D. C. 
Koppa Alpha. 



); German Club (2, 3, 4); i^vterfr/ternity CounciNt2, 3) 
■); May Frolics (3); WeSt^ North Carolina Club 



B.A. in Low 



B.A. in Journalism 




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Williamson 


Witlinghom 


vViiiis 


Willman 


Wilson, A. 


Wilson, C. 


Wilson, E. 


Wise 


Witter 


Woestendiek 


Wood, E. 


Wood, S. 


Woodard 


Woody 


Wright 




LI NDS^VCO-EMEJNJXyANCEY 
Oxford \^ \ 

Kappa Alpha. ^ — 



SEniORS 



B.S, in Commarce 



Pre -Med 




MARTHA JEAN YOUNGBLOOD 
Concord B.A. in Music 

Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Daily Tar Heel /3);~Gte« Club (3, 4); 
Y W C A (4); Sigma Alpha Iota Secretory (4). 



LIONEL R. ZIMMER 

Beverly Hills, California 

Tau Epsilon Phi; Glee Club (1); Ploymakers (1, 2, 3, 4), Sound 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 




ALGERNON AUGUSTUS ZOLLICOFFER 
Henderson 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

CHARLES FREDERICK ZUKOSKI, III 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Alpho Epsilon Delta; Soccer (4). 



B.S. in Qbmmerce 



Yancey i ork 

Zimmer ■ Zollicoffer 




B.Ar in Chemistry 




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"You yell — I'm tired!" 



This is the way we iron our clothes, 
trailer style. 



Confoosed, not omoosed or 
enthoosed. 



"It must hove been somethin' I ate, Doc!" 



"Let's take it upstairs." 
Percussions percussonified! 



Horizons unlimited. 

"Swing me around once more, 
Willie." 

"Which way did he go, George?" 



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CHUCK BORTON 
Secretory 

JOHN SURRATT 
Vice-President 

THOMAS JORDAN 
President 

EDWARD EARLEY 
Treasurer 




UUe UUere The Juniors 



We were prepared for a big year when we returned to Carolina in September. And, 
indeed, we hod o big year. Big in everything — from dances to football. 

A large number of us returned to continue our education which had been in- 
terrupted by the war. We found Chapel Hill more crowded than ever, and though at 
first we didn't see how we could get along in such overcrowded conditions, we soon 
settled down for an exciting and never-to-be forgotten year. 



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We were Juniors. We had "learned the ropes," the routine of life at Carolina. 
Although we hod completed enough of our college education to think of graduating, 
we had not yet come to our final year. We were in our educational prime, enjoying 
college life to the full and working steadily toward that degree. 

We had our light moments; we hod our serious moments. And as the year moved 
to its inevitable end, these moments crystallized into colorful memories which found 
a permanent resting place in our hearts. 

Memories of the past and hopes for the future — this was our Junior Year. 



of nineteen wdu-6euen 



Marching to a 
Carolina victory. 



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First Row 
BETTY ROSE ABERNATHY, Shelby. 
JOHN PRESTON ALBEA, Harmony. 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN ALLEN, Cherryville 

FLORA MARGARET ALLRED, Alpha Gamma Delta, 

Raleigh. 

JAMES EDWARD AMOS, Kings Mountain. 

GERALD A AMUNDSON, New York, N Y 

RICHARD FENNER ANDERSON, JR, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha, Burlington 

ROBERT ALAN ANDREW, South Dennis, Mass. 



Third Row 

HARVEY GEORGE AUERBACH, Pi Lambda Phi, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

CLARA HELEN AULD, Delta Delta Delta, Mt Pleasant, S. C 

HENRY ALFRED BADGETT, Phi Gamma Delta, Mt Airy. 

WARREN E. BAECHT, Chapel Hill. 

HOWARD CLARK BAILEY, Chadbourn 

EDWARD LEE BAITY, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem 

WILLIAM BALLEW, Nebo. 

SAMUEL JARVIS BAME, JR., Salisbury. 



THOMAS RUSHMAN ANDREWS, JR., Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. Bethel. 

GLENNA McCORMICK ANGE, Plymouth 

OLIVER STANHOPE ANTHONY, JR, Kappa Alpho, Shelby. 

MANUEL ARNAIZ, JR., Raleigh. 

LAWRENCE COMELIUS ASHBY, Sigma Chi, Memphis, Tenn 

MAURICE CAVILEER ASHLEY, JR, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

EARL DAUTHIT ATKINS, Moyodan. 

GEORGE WEYLAND ATKINS, Winston-Salem. 



Fourth Row 
BETSY ANNE BARBEE, Chapel Hill. 
CLAUDE BARCLAY BARBEE, Zeta Psi, Raleigh. 
DeVAN BARBOUR, JR., Phi Gamma Delta, Raleigh. 
HERMAN SUTTON BARBREY, Mt. Olive. 
DAVID COLLIN BARNES, Kappa Alpha, Murfreesboro. 
HELEN AUGUSTA BARNES, Pi Beta Phi, Murfreesboro. 
HENRY B. BARNES, Atlanta, Go. 
LEWIS DONSEL BARTLEY, Chi Phi, Roanoke Rapids. 



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First Row 
JEAN CARTER BASKERVILLE, Lenoir 
JEANNE OLIVIA BASNIGHT, Pi Beta Phi, Chapel Hill. 
RALPH LEIGH BASNIGHT, Ahoskie 
LUCIE HILL BAXTER, Chi Omega, Charlotte. 
ROBERT E. BAXTER, Columbus, Go. 
ANNIE BEN BEALE, Delta Delta Delta, Greensboro. 
OLIVER JAMES BEAMAN, Greensboro. 
HENRY JACOBY BEECHER, Manchester Po. 



Second Row 
THOMAS MILBURN BELK, Kappa Alpha, Chorlotte. 

CHARLES THOMAS BENNETT, Phi Delta Theta, Eliza- 
beth City 

LAWRENCE R. BERRY, Konnapohs 

THOMAS REESE BETHUNE, JR, Lexington. 

ROBERT WILLIAM BIDGOOD, Bayonne, N J 

KENNETH BLACK, JR., Norfolk, Vc 

CHARLES ALLEN BLACKBURN, JR , Beta Theto Pi, 
Winstan-Salem 



Third Row 
EILEEN JOYCE BLUMENTHAL, Greensboro. 
JOSEPH LEE BLYTHE, JR., Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM BREVARD BLYTHE, Beta Theta Pi, Huntersville. 
HERBERT L. BODMAN, JR., Delta Psi, Glen Head, N. Y. 
NORWOOD BRUCE BONEY, JR., Kenansville. 
WILLIAM C. BOONE, JR, Kappa Sigma, Kinston, 
CHARLES M. BORTON, PI Lambda Phi, Richmond, Va. 
DALLAS DeVON BRANCH, Alpha Tou Omega, Durhom. 

Fourth Row 
JOHN SIBLEY BRAND, Houston, Texas 
FRANKLIN OAKES BRANTLEY, Memphis, Tenn 
ELSIE JANE BRETT, Delto Delta Delta, Knoxville, Tenn 
GLEE EDWIN BRIDGES, Kings Mountain. 
CLYDE SAMUEL BRINKLEY, Valdese. 
JOHN WORRALL BRISTOW. Hillburn, N Y. 
LOWELL ELLIS BRITTAIN, Statesville. 
JOHN TABOR BROCK, Farmington 



BUNA EVANS BLUE, Carthage 



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First Row 

CHARLES BUTLER BROCKMANN, Pi Kappa Alpha, 

High Point. 
MERRILY BROOKS, Alpho Delto Pi, Fronklm 
ROBERT BAIN BROUGHTON, Phi Gamma Delto, Raleigh 
E. COLLINS BROWN, Zeto Psi, Roanoke, Va. 
JEAN DAVIS BROWN, Durham, 
WILLIAM CLAY BROWN, Stocksville. 
WILLIAM OSCAR BRYANT, JR., Wilmington. 
AUDREY MURIEL BRYSON, Asheville. 



Second Row 
BESSIE MAE BUCHANAN, Wendell. 
HOKE VOGLER BULLARD, JR., Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 
DEUWARD GEORGE FREDERICK BULTMAN, Sumter, S. C. 
BYRON DAVID BURNEY, Borium Springs. 
CLARK C. BURRITT, JR., Guilford College. 
JULIAN C BURROUGHS, Charlotte. 
JAMES HORACE BURWELL, Rutherfordton. 
WESLEY GRIMES BYERLY, JR., Sigma Chi, Lenoir. 



Third Row 
RUTH FELTON BYRUM, Pi Beta Phi, Edenton. 
JOHN PHILIP CALL, Sigma Nu, Morehead, Kentucky 
WALTER WILLIAM CALL, North Wilkesboro. 
GLOVER L. CAMPBELL, Chi Psi, Chapel Hill. 

STUART CALDWELL CAMPSELL, Delta Kappa Epsiion, 

Louisville, Ky. 

JOYCE CARAWAY, Wodesboro 

ROBERT JOHN CARLSON, Phi Delta Theto, Superior, Wis, 

HUGH BERNARD CARROLL, Durham. 



Fourth Row 
WILLIAM GARFIELD CARSON, Toylorsville. 

LEONARD CARLYSLE CARTER, Kappa Sigma, Lake- 
land, Florida. 

MILTON BLAIR CASH, Phi Gamma Delta, Winston-Salem. 

JAMES LYNN CASTLEBERRY Goldsboro. 

JAMES HALE CHAMBERLAIN, Brevord 

RICHARD A CHAMBERLAIN, Phi Kappa Sigma, North 

Wilkesboro. 
HARRY GARDNER CHARLES, Florence, S. C. 

JOHN MORRISON CLAMPITT, Alpha Tau Omega, St. 
Petersburg, Flo. 



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First Row 
EDWIN LqFAYETTE CLARK Sigma Nu, Greenville 
JOSEPH SMITH CLARK, Phi Kappa Sigma, Guilford College. 
WALTER CALVIN CLARK, Canton, 

ELIZABETH ANN CLINARD, Pi Beta Phi, Winston-Salem. 
MARSHALL EUGENE CLINE, Chi Psi, Newton. 
JOHN COLLIER COBB, Phi Gamma Delta, Goldsboro 
GRADY HOKE COCKERHAM, Elkm. 
HYMAN K. COHEN, Tau Epsilon Phi, Baltimore, Md. 



Second Row 
MELVILLE STANLEY COHEN, Pi Lambda Phi, Shelby. 
MARGARET JANE COLE, Salisbury. 
CHARLES McDANIEL COLEMAN, Wilmington. 
HARRY RAE COLLIE, JR., Danville, Va. 
CLYDE J. COLLINS, Weoverville 
ROBERT RIVES COLLINS, Asheville 
HELEN TREXLER COMPTON, Pi Beta Phi, Salisbury. 
RAY M. CONNER, Phi Gamma Delta, Englewood, Colo. 



Third Row 
JACOB E. COOKE, Aulander. 
WILLIAM L. COOKE, Aulander, 
FRANK BENTON COOPER, Kappo Sigma, High Point. 
GRADY COOPER, JR, Dobson 

THOMAS LEWIS CORN, Kappa Alpha, Macon, Ga. 
JOSEPH DURHAM CORPENING, Granite Falls. 
J. PHILIP COUCH, Kappa Sigma, Chopel Hill. 
WILLIAM HERBERT COULTER, Greensboro. 



Fourth Row 
LEON KERR COWAN, Powellsville 
EDWARD MYLES CRAIG, Kappa Sigma, Wilmington. 
MARY LOCHE CRAIG, Asheville. 

THOMAS BRIGHT CRANFORD, Delta Sigma Pi, Durham. 
EUGENE BENSON CRAWFORD, JR, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 
ROBERT PINCKNEY CRAWLEY, Stotesville. 
WILLIAM AYDEN CREECH, Phi Gamma Delta, Smithfield. 
JANET STEWART CRINKLEY, Delta Delta Delta, Worrenton. 



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First Row 
JOHN HAMMOND CRUM, Sigma Chi, Raleigh. 
WALTER STEPHENS CRUMP, Phi Gamma Delta, Durham, 
JOHN GROVE CUMMINGS, Kappa Sigma, Reidsvilie. 
LEONORA McLEAN CURRIE, Alpha Delta PI, Raeford. 
JAMES J. CURRY, JR., Alomonce 
JOHN HENRY DANIEL, JR, Zeto Psi, Rocky Mount. 
ARTHUR W. DANIELS, JR, Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 
CARROLL SAMUEL DANIELS, Sigma Chi, Coral Gables, Fla. 



Third Row 
GLORIA R. DAY, Wellington, Nev. 
GLORIA CHRISTINE DEAL, Alpha Delta Pi, Charlotte. 
FRIEDA DEANS, Wilson. 
ELIZABETH SHERRILL DEATON, Statesville 
NINA DeBERRY, Halifax. 

WILLIAM KNIGHT DELBRIDGE, Pi Kappa Alpho, Norlina. 
ANNE SCOTT DELLINGER, Ivanhce 
EMERY BYRD DENNY, JR., Raleigh. 



Second Row 
JACK A, DANIELS, Wilmington. 

JEROME KIRBY DARDEN, JR, Phi Delta Theta, Port 
Arthur, Texas. 

JEAN SHERROD DARROW, Torboro. 

JOHN EDWIN DAVENPORT, Nashville. 

CHARLES HALL DAVIS, JR, Raleigh 

GEORGE WASHINGTON DAVIS, Beta Theta Pi, Danville, Va 

THOMAS HILL DAVIS, Alpha Tau Omega, Rocky Mount. 

THOMAS MARSHALL DAVIS, Hozelwood. 



Fourth Row 
EUGENE SURRY DesPORTES, Kappa Sigma, Richmond, Va 
JAMES MIDDLETON, DeVANE, Durham. 
JOHN CARSON DeVORE, Arlington, Va 
ROBERT L. DICKENS, Varina. 
JUDSON ROSS DICKS, Fayetteville. 
WILLIAM EUGENE DOAR, Charlotte. 
WEBB EUGENE DOUTHIT, Winston-Salem. 



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First Row 
HILDA CAROLYN DRIVER, Smithfield 
BRODE THOMAS DUKE, JR., Alpha Tou Omega, Jockson. 
WILLIAM ROBERT DULIN, Rowland 
KEMP RUSH DUNAWAY, Beta Theta Pi, Chorlotte. 
SUSAN DUNCAN, Red Springs, 
JOHN W. DUNHAM, Durham. 

CHARLOTTE ANN DUTROW, Charles Town, W, Vo, 
EDWIN S. EARLY, JR, Beta Theta Pi, Portsmouth, Vo. 

Second Row 
CHARLES HAYS EARP, Phi Delta Theta, Hickory. 
JOHN DALE EBBS, Wmston-Salem 
ALBERT WILLIAM EBELEIN, Kappa Sigma, Lexington. 
WILLIAM GERALD EDWARDS, Phi Gamma Delta, Ayden. 
JOHN MARSDEN EHLE, Asheville. 
DANIEL ROBERT EICHMANN, New York, N. Y. 
THOMAS ROBERT ELLER, JR., Salisbury. 
ROBERT WEIR ELLIOT, Charlotte 



Third Row 
ROBERT HOYLE ELLIOTT, Forest City. 
SALLY ANN ELLIOTT, Woshington. 
THOMAS WILLIAM ELLIOTT, JR, Edenton. 
OVEIDA BLANCHE ELLIS, Alpha Gamma Delta, Henderson. 
SIDNEY CHARLES EPSTEIN, Lawrence, N. Y. 
HELEN JEAN ERSHLER, High Point 

ROBERT LEE ETTENGER, Alpha Tau Omega, Washington, D. C. 
LUCY T. EVANS, Greensboro 



Fourth Row 
RUTH B. EVANS, Pi Beta Phi, Fort Knox, Ky. 
DALE M. EVARTS, Chi Phi, Meriden, Conn. 
DAVID KEMBLE FARR, Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte. 
JULIAN WALKER FARRAR, Norlino. 
JOHN EDWARD FAULKNER, JR., Greensboro. 
JAMES BARTLETT FEREBEE, Andrews. 
MORRIS PATTERSON FERRIS, Rowley's Island, S. C. 
ROSE WELLS FIELD, Larchmont, N. Y. 



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Junior Class 




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First Row 
WILLIAM MARTIN FINCH, JR, Sanford 
BETTY GWYN FINLEY, Alpha Gomma Delta, North Wilkes- 

boro. 
JOSEPHINE NICHOLSON FISHEL, Alpho Gomma Delta, 

Vaughan. 

WILLIAM EDWARD FITZGERALD, New Bern. 

GLENN ALEXANDER FLINCHUM, Carthoge. 

JAMES TRANSOU FLYNT, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem. 

THOMAS LEWELLYN FOLGER, Kappa Sigma, Dobson 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FORDHAM, III, Sigma Chi, 
Greensboro. 



Third Row 

CHARLES KENNEDY WHEELER GAMMAGE, Alpha Tou Ome- 
ga, Atlonta, Go. 
HARRIS ALLEN GANT, Alpha Tau Omega, Roanoke, Vo 
LOIS JEAN GARDNER, Wilson. 
THOMAS S. GARDNER, Warrenton. 
ANNE MARTIN GARRETT, Danville, Va. 
JAMES BRUCE GASCOIGNE, Kappa Alpha, Salisbury. 
JACK E. GATES, Pi Kappa Alpha, Roxboro 
MALCOLM W. GEDDIS, Chapel Hill. 



Second Row 

WILLIAM M FORRESTER, Sigma Alpha Epsilcn, Montezuma, 

Go. 
WILLIAM OMER FOSTER, JR, Clinton, S. C. 
DONALD EDMUND FRENCH, Washington, D, C. 
ROBERT J. FRIEDLANDER, Pi Lambda Phi, Brooklyn, N, Y. 
MARY JANE FRYE, Little Rock, Ark. 
BILLINGS SIBLEY FUESS, JR., Chi Psi, Harbourton, N. J. 
PAUL LAWRENCE FURGATCH, New York, N. Y. 
CAROLYN HAYES GAITHER, Chi Omega, Charlotte. 



Fourth Row 
PETER HARRY GERNS, Canton, Ohio. 
ZEBULON THOMAS GIBSON, Rockingham. 
JOHN LEWIS GIGNILLIOT, Macon, Go. 
JOHN COOPER GILL, JR., Sigma Nu, Henderson 
CHARLES FRANKLIN GILLIAM, Thomasville. 
DOUGLAS MURRAY GLASSPOOL, Rye, N, Y. 
JAMES L. GODWIN, Tillman, S. C. 
LAWRENCE J. GOLDRICH, Pi Lambdo Phi, New York, N. Y. 



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JULIUS GOLDSTEIN, Gostonio. 

ROBERT ALBERT GOLDWATER, White Ploins, N. Y. 
MARGARET HOPKINS GOODMAN, Concord, 
PAUL PATE GORDY, Gainesville, Flo. 
GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM, Atlanta, Go. 
HAROLD REGINALD GRAY, Stokes. 
HOWARD GRAY, Sima Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem. 
DIXIE ELLIOTT GREENE, Phi Gamma Delta, Robersonville. 



Third Row 

ROBERT CLARKE GUTNECHT, Youngstown, Ohio 

NANCY BELLE GUY, Newland. 

GARFIELD WILLIAM GUYER, JR, Phi Koppa Sigma, High 
Point. 

WILLIAM AYERS HACKNEY, Phi Gamma Delta, Washington. 

ANNE CARTER HAGAN, Alpha Gamma Delta, Danville, Va. 

WILLIAM MILTON HALES, Raleigh. 

ALDEEN H. HALL, JR, Phi Delta Theta, Waynesville. 

JAMES E. HALL, Canton. 



Second Row 
SAM MONROE GREENE, JR, Mooresboro. 
SAMUEL ROYSTON GREENE, JR., Durham. 
MAURICE WILLIAM GRIFFIN, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 
BERTRAM HOWARD GROSSMAN, Brooklyn, N Y. 
EMMA KATIE GUION, Pi Beta Phi, New Bern 
MILDRED HARRELL GULLEY, Edenton. 
HARVEY DALTON GUNTER, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Pittsboro. 
HARRIET GURLEY, Alpha Gamma Delta, Goldsboro. 



Fourth Row 
JOHN LOCKSLEY HALL, Kappa Alpha, Roxboro. 
JOHN LINDSAY HALLETT, Sigma Alpha Epsilan, Charlotte. 
FREDERICK COOPER HAMILTON, Morehead City. 
WINGATE EDMUND HANNAH, Waynesville. 
PAUL CREELMAN HARMAN, Cambridge, Mass. 
JOHN ALONZO HARPER, JR, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount, 
MATT CLEVELAND HARPER, JR, Manon, S. C. 



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DORIS HARRELL, Raleigh. 
MARCELLA CAROLINE HARRER, Chopel Hill. 
RICHARD DEAN HARRIS, Rockingham. 
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE HARRIS, JR., Mebane, 
DONALD BIGGS HARRISON, JR., Koppa Sigma, Polmyro. 
LAWRENCE JUSTICE HARTLEY, Lenoir. 
FRANK S. HASSELL, JR., Washington, D. C 
JOSEPH NAHOUM HATEM, Roonoke Rapids. 



Second Row 
ALLISON BURTON HAYES, JR, Aurora 

JAMES MADISON HAYWORTH, Phi Gamma Delta, High 
Point 

EDWARD HENRIQUEZ HECHT, Great Neck, N. Y. 

HUNTER DALTON HEGGIE, East Flat Rock 

CHARLES SAMUEL HEINMILLER, Alpha Tau Omega, Tampo, 
Flo. 

CRAN OLIVER HENDERSON, JR, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Au- 
gusta, Go. 

DOROTHY NELL HENDERSON, Greenville 

MARTIN FICK HENDERSON, Kappa Alpho, Lumberton. 



Third Row 

WILLIAM THOMAS HENDERSON, JF Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Hickory. 

NELSON LEE HENDRIX, Beta Theto Pi, Wmston-Salem. 

BETTY A. HENSHAW, Manteo. 

DONALD LENTZ HENSON, Snow Hill. 

GROVER CURTIS HENSON, JR, Raleigh. 

WILLIAM M. HEPBURN, JR., Sigma Chi, University, Ala. 

LEONARD GREY HERRING, Chi Psi, Snow Hill. 

WILLIAM B. HIGHT, JR Kappa Sigma, Henderson. 



Fourth Row 
LESTER NORRIS HILL, Marshollberg. 
WILLIAM NATHANIEL HILLIARD, Cory. 
CLAUDE WILLEY HINTON, Gotesville. 
THOMAS EDWARD HOCKADAY, Sigma Chi, Roanoke Rapids. 
GRAY HODGES, Sigma Nu, Washington. 
HOWARD P. HODGES, JR., Washington, D. C. 
LOUIS EDWARD HODGES, Winston-Salem. 
RALPH FREDERICK HODGES, LeaksviKe. 



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CHARLES B, HODSON, Son Antonio, Texas 

WILLIAM STEPHANY HOFFMANN, Stotesville. 

THETTIS ELIZABETH HOFFNER, Greensboro, 

JAMES PHILLIP HOGAN, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington. 

MARVIN P. HOGAN, Chapel Hill. 

THOMAS STANLEY SCOFIELD HOLBROOK Chevy Chose 
Md. 

WILLIAM LAUGHLIN HOLLIDAY, S.ler Cir\ 

BERNIECE BEAVER HOLT, China Grove. 



Third Row 

NORMA L. HOTARD, Delta Delta Delta, New Smyrna Beach, 
Flo. 

SAM HUNTER HOWARD, Kappo Alpha, Greenville, S. C. 

SARA HELEN HOYLE, Asheville. 

JOHN CORDON HUDGLE, Louisville, Ky. 

FLOYD GUY HUFFMAN, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, Hickory. 

MARY ETTA HUFHAM, Morehead City. 

THOMAS SPURGEON HUGHES, JR., Elizobeth City. 

PHYLLIS JOYCE ISENHOUR, Chorlctte. 



Second Row 

CATHERINE LEA HOLT, Delta Delta Delta, Burlington. 

JOHN SAMUEL HOOKER, JR Phi Kappa Sigma, Miami, Flo 

LAWRENCE LEWIS HOOPER, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Ruxton, 
Md. 

HENRIETTA MARSH HOPKINS, Pi Beta Phi, Fayetteville. 

FRANK LEIGH HORNE, Charlotte 

NANCY CAROLYN HORNER, Delta Delta Delta, Sonford. 

LELAND CLIFFORD HORTON, Wendell. 

MARVIN VALE HORTON, JR., Phi Delta Theto, Formville. 



Fourth Row 

ROBERT WALDEN ISLEY, JR., Staley. 

GEORGE HANLIN JACKMAN, Chorlotte. 

ALFRED MORTON JACOBSON, Pi Lambda Phi, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

FRED F. A. JACOBSON, Tou Epsilon Phi, Woodmere, N, Y. 

BEN JAFFA. JR., Tau Epsilon Phi, Chorlotte. 

SOL ARTHUR JAFFA, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chorlotte. 

FLEMING OVERBY JEFFRESS, Koppa Sigma, Kinston. 

MERSEY GLENN JENKINS, Aulonder. 



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HARLEY YOUNG JENNINGS, JR., Schoolfield, Va. 

MARY BRIGHT JERNIGAN, Pi Beto Phi, Chapel Hill. 

ROBERT E. JOHNS, Raleigh. 

FREDERICK WAYNE JOHNSON, Sigma Chi, Jamestown. 

JESSE CLYDE JOHNSON, JR., Sigma Chi, Mayodon. 

MARGUERITE EDGEWORTH JOHNSON, Charlotte. 

MARSHALL HARDY JOHNSON, Alpha Tau Omega, Raleigh. 

ROBERT ULRICK JOHNSON, Alpha Tau Omega, Lexington, 
Mass. 



Third Row 

CHARLES TALMAGE JORDAN, JR., Alpha Tou Omega, Wil- 
mington. 

THOMAS MURPHY JORDAN, Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville. 

LEILA JOSEPHS, Sanford. 

JAMES SIDNEY JOYNER, Franklmton, 

LLOYD E. JOYNER, Alpha Tau Omega, Rocky Mount. 

ROSE KACHIGIAN, Detroit, Mich. 

FRED MARTIN KEARNS, JR., Asheboro. 

MARY ASH BY KELLAM, Onley, Va. 



Second Row 
RUSSELL H. JOHNSON, JR., Conway. 
STACY JOHNSON, Parkersburg. 
CHARLOTTE MARGARET JOHNSTON, Solisbury. 
ARTHUR JONES, New York, N. Y. 
E. JOYCE JONES, Raleigh. 
FRANK ALLEN JONES, JR., Raleigh, 
JOHN PURCELL JONES, Clinton. 
WILLIAM DAVIS JONES, Raleigh. 



Fourth Row 
HOWARD B KELLER, Newark, N. J. 
FRANK KIMBALL KINNEY, Daytona Beach, Flo. 
JAMES BOYD KLUTT2, Marion 
MILDRED A. KOON, Asheville. 

ARNOLD JACKSON KOONCE, Kappa Alpha, High Point. 
EDWIN L. KORNEGAY, Mt. Olive 
MAURICE JOHN KOURY, Burlington 
DONALD EDWIN KUNZE, Delaware. Ohio. 



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PATRICIA ANNE LANE, Delta Delta Delta, Burlington. 
JAMES T. LANG, Farmville 

HILDA FRANCES LAWRENCE, Pi Beta Phi, Asheville. 
STEPHEN SEWELL LEARY, Ahoskie. 
JOE IRA LEE, Smithfield. 
ROBERT E. LEE, JR., Sigma Chi, Raleigh. 
SARA ELIZABETH LEE, PI Beta Phi, Goldsboro. 
CHAUNCEY HOKE LEGGETT, JR., Zeta Psi, Tarboro. 



Third Row 

JAMES MARSHALL LILLY, Alpha Tau Omega, Birmingham, 
Ala. 

DAVID HOWARD LINEBERGER, Chapel Hill. 

EDMUND ASHE LITTLE, Kappa Sigma, Wadesboro. 

JAMES LEAK LITTLE, JR, Phi Delta Theta, Salisbury. 

SARAH DABNEY LITTLE. Pi Beta Phi, Wadesboro. 

CHARLES GILBERT LOWDERMILK, Chi Psi, Greensboro. 

ALLARD KENNETH LOWENSTEIN, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

GEORGE EDWARD LYNE, JR, Greenville, S C. 



Second Row 
LAWRENCE B. LEINBACH, Winston-Salem. 
MERVYN DAVID LENTZ, Pi Lambda Phi, New York, N. Y. 
BISHOP CURTIS LEONARD, JR, Zeta Psi, Salisbury. 
SEYMOUR MYER LEVIN, Tou Epsilon Phi, Burlington. 
ALBERT MORRIS LEVINE, Tou Epsilon Phi, Wilmington. 
FRANK CRAIG LEVY, Pi Lambda Phi, New York, N. Y. 
FRANCES ANNE LEWIS, Scotland Neck. 
JOHN R. LEWIS, Phi Kappa Sigma, Barium Springs. 



Fourth Row 
DONALD FRANCIS MocDONALD, Little Rock, S. C. 

DONLEEN CAROL MocDONALD, Pi Beta Phi, New Orleons, 
La 

LAWRENCE HAMILTON MocKIRDY, Weldon. 

OLIVER WENDELL MADDREY, Seaboard. 

RICHARD S. MAJOR, Hendersonville. 

STANLEY WALTER MARCZYK, Nesquehoning, Pa. 

ALBERT R. MARKS, JR., Tau Epsilon Phi, Baltimore, Md. 

MARGARET McRAE MARLEY, Cory. 



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First Row 

SARA SAVAGE MARSH, Onley, Va. 

FRED SEASEL MARTIN, Greenwood, S, C 

MARGARET NEWMAN MARTIN, Alpha Delta Pi, Roanoke 
Rapids. 

WILLIAM ROYALL MARTIN, JR, Phi Gommo Delta, Cory 

MIRIAM ANN MASSEY, Milledgeville, Go 

THOMAS MURRAY MAYFIELD, JR, Koppa Alpho, Greenville 
S, C. 

WILLIAM PATRICK MAYO, Phi Gamma Delta, Washington. 

JOHN LEWIS McCAIN, Southern Pines, 



Third Row 
THOMAS JOHN McKIM, III, Chi Phi, Ahoskie. 
DONALD LEE McKlNNEY, Sigma Nu, Washington, D. C. 
GILBERT ARTHUR McLEOD, Kappa Alpho, Robbins. 
LESLIE McLEOD, JR., Sigma Nu, Wouchulo, Fla. 
MARGARET OLIVIA McNEILL, Kappa Delta, Aberdeen. 
JAMES SMALL McNIDER, Alpha Tau Omega, Hertford. 
MARGARET MiANLY McWILLIAMS, Chi Omega, Charlotte. 
JANE PAGE MEARS, Asheville. 



Second Row 
HELEN KATHERINE McCANN, Alpha Gamma Delta, Asheville 
BARBARA BRAND McCASKILL, Lexington, Vo 

JAMES L. Mccormick, Sonford 

BRANTLEY AYCOCK McCOY, JR., Elizabeth City, 

WILLIAM BENSON McCUTCHEON, Phi Delta Theta, Durham 

JACK PASCHAL McDANIEL, Fayetteville 

PEGGY McDANIEL, Red Springs. 

MATILDA STERAMETZ McDONALD, Roleigh. 



Fourth Row 
CYRIL LONG MEBANE, Alpha Tau Omega, Newton. 
HENRY HARDINGE MENZIES, Wmston-Salem. 
LELIA ALBERTA MERCER, Wilson. 
CLARENCE ARTHUR MIDDLETON, JR., The Plains, Va 
DAVID EARL MILES, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham 
DANIEL BYRD MILLER, JR , Greenville, S. C 
KITTY ALICE MILLER, Delta Delta Delta, Lincolnton 
MILTON R. MILLER, Phi Delta Theta, Richmond, Va. 



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WILLIAM HOUSTON MILLER, Sigmo Alpha Epsilon, Green- 
ville, S. C. 

BRANSON WILLIAM MILLS, JR, Chi Psi, Baxley, Ga 

FRED C. MILLS, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, Wadesboro 

LAPSLEY BARRON MILLS, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Launnburg 

BRUCE MILTON MINNIX, JR., Pleasantville, N J 

LEON CHARLES MITCHELL, Palmyra, N J 

JAMES ROBERT MOCK, Alpha Tau Omega, Atlanta, Go 

JOHN WILLIAM MOFFITT Kappa Sigma, Aquebogue, N, Y. 



Second Row 
CARROLL ODELL MONEY, Mount Airy. 
SARAH CHARLOTTE MONTAGUE, Alpha Delta Pi, Goldsboro 
WILLIAM D. MOON, Louisburg. 
MARY CORBETT MOORE, Alpha Delto Pi, Lumberton. 
RUTH NORMENT MOORE, Alpha Delta Pi, Lumberton. 
WILLIAM CRAWFORD MOORE, Alpha Tau Omega, Asheboro. 
GLENN C MOOSE, Stotesvill-; 
JAMES LAUDER MORGAN, Kappa Sigma, Launnburg. 



Third Row 
JOSEPH A. MORGAN, Andrews. 
REITZEL NOAH MORGAN, High Point 
ALBERT RICHARD MORRIS, Kappa Sigma, Gostonia, 
E. RAYMOND MORRIS, Phi Delta Theta, Drexeihill, Pa. 
HAROLD A. MORRIS, Fayetteville. 
BEVERLY SANDERS MORRISON, New Bern. 
RICHARD PHILLIPS MOSES, Sumter, S. C. 
MARCUS LEE MOSS, Cherryville, 



Fourth Row 

RICHARD P. MOTTSMAN, Hendersonville. 

MARY LOUISE MOULTON, New Bern. 

DIXIE MAXINE MULL, Morganton 

LEO VINCENT MULLEN, JR, Phi Beto Kappa, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Clifton, N. J. 

KURT ERICK MULLER, Sigma Alpho Epsilon, Thornwood, N. Y. 

WILLIAMS MURCHISON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wilmington. 

EDWARD ELMO MURPHEY, Adams, Tenn. 

MARY COLVIN MURPHY, Washington, D. C. 



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First Row 
LOLA LEE MUSTARD, Bluefield, W Vo 

MELVIL BERTRAND MYERS, JR. Zeto Beta Tau, New Or- 

leons, Lo 
ISIDORE LOUIS NACHIMOW, Tau Epsilon Phi, Brooklyn, N Y. 
CAROLYN FAIRES NEEL, Gostonia. 
DORIS L. NEWBURN, Sarasota, Flo. 
GUY LEWIS NICHOLS, Raleigh. 
JAMES MARVIN NICHOLSON, Atlanta, Ga 
CHARLES C. NIXON, JR, Sigma Chi, Newport News, Va. 



Third Row 
WILLIAM STEWART OSBORNE, Nichols, N. Y. 
JOHN EDWARD O'STEEN, Hyattsville, Md. 
JOHN ROBERT OWEN, Asheville. 
GEORGE S. PANKEY, Sigma Chi, Jacksonville. 
WARREN H. PARDUE, Rondo. 
JAMES CLIFTON PARKE, JR., Conway. 
CLYDE LESLIE PARKER, Sigma Nu, Norfolk, Vo, 
JAMES P. PARKER, Alpha Tau Omega, LaGronge. 



Second Row 

TERRY ORBAN NORRIS, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delto, 
Boone. 

JOHN HENRY NORTHEY, JR, Chorlntt? 

CHARLES WILLIAMS NORTON, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Durham. 

CECIL KEITH ODOM, Mt. Olive. 

LEONARD LEE OETTINGER, Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 

JOSEPHINE CARTER OGLESBY, Concord, 

EDGAR ABNER ORMAND, Asheville. 

JOSEPH PYNE O'RYAN, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 



Fourth Row 
JANE LEE PARKER, Pi Beta Phi, Roleigh. 
TALBOY FORT PARKER, JR, Alpha Tau Omega, Goldsboro 
THOMAS JENNINGS PARKER, Chorlotte. 
DOLAN PARKS, Lexington, 
GRAHAM H. PARKS, Pilot Mountain. 
JAMES G. PASCHAL, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Solem. 
PATRICIA JEAN PATTERSON, Chi Omega, Greensboro. 
SARAH BLAIR PEARSON, Gostonia 



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First Row 
THOMAS ELWOOD PEARSON, Reidsville. 
HARRY M. PEEK, Mors Hill. 

MARY ELIZABETH PELL, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel Hill. 
JAMES M. PENNY, Raleigh. 
BENJAMIN PERLMUTTER, Newark, N. J. 
HOWARD B. PERRY, PI Lambda Phi, Chorlotte. 
JOYCE LEWIS PETERSON, PI Beta Phi, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
EVELYN SHORE PETTITT, Delta Delta Delta, Rocky Mount. 

Second Row 

JONES SOLOMON PHELPS, JR, Clemmons. 

JEANE GRAVES PIERCE, Alpha Delta Pi, Rocky Mount. 

EDWARD ASHBY PIPKIN, JR, Troy, 

BERNARD BAILEY PLEMMONS, Luck. 

ROBERT WARREN PLEUTHNER, Chi Phi, Buffalo, N. Y. 

ADELIA BLANCHE POINDEXTER, Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES WILLIAMSON PORTER, Phi Delta Theto, New Or- 
leans, La, 

EDWARD BERNARD PORTER, Thomosville, Ga. 



Third Row 
RALPH FARRIOR POWELL, Whiteville. 
ROBERT W. POWELL, Beta Theta Pi, Goldsboro 
WILLIAM CARLYLE POWELL, Lumberton 
CHARLES JEFFERSON PRESLAR, JR., Hickor\', 
CHARLES MONROE PRICE, Sigma Alpho Epsilon, Tampa, Flo. 
CECIL C. PRINCE, High Point. 
ROBERT WAYNE PRUNTY, Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 
JEAN ANN RAMSDELL, Delta Delta Delta, Plant City, Fla 

Fourth Row 

MARY ELLEN REAVES, Hamlet. 

NINA BELLE REDDITT, Greenville, 

WILLIAM REGELSON, New York, N, Y. 

EUGENE MINER ReQUA, JR,, Delta Kappo Epsilon, Charlotte. 

CHARLES LESLIE REVELLE, JR, Alpha Tau Omega, Mur- 
freesboro. 

HENRY N. REYNOLDS, JR., Greensboro. 

ELISE RHYNE, Delta Delta Delta, Chapel Hill. 

DAVID BURTON RICKS, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem, 



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THOMAS McNAIR RIDDLE, Sonford 
NORMAN DAVID RIPPS, Pi Lombda Phi, Boyonne, N, J 
STEVE WALTER ROBERSON, Charlotte 
BENJAMIN PETTUS ROBINSON, JR, Gostonia, 
MILDRED ELIZABETH ROBINSON, Asheville. 
GEORGE ALBERT ROESEL, Augusta, Ga. 
JACQUELINE ROGERS, Foir Bluff, 
JANE HAYV^OOD ROGERS, Chapel Hill. 



Third Row 
JOHN LAWRENCE RUTLEDGE, Yodkinville, 

PAUL FALCONER SALE, JR, Delta Kappa Epsllon, Roanoke, 
Vo. 

PEGGIE LEIGH SAPP, Delta Delta Delta, Raleigh 

CARMEN SHIELDS SATTERFIELD, Clayton. 

CLYDE LYNWOOD SAWYER, Donville, Vo. 

VERA LACOB SCALES, Chapel Hill. 

MORTON D. SCHAAP, Brooklyn, N Y 

GEORGE STEPHENS SCHOLL, Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 



Second Row 
CONWAY J ROSE, Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro 
PLEASANT DEMONT ROSEMAN, JR., Sigma Nu, Salisbury. 
ERNEST SYLVAN ROSENBERG, Tau Epsilon Phi, Atlanta, Go. 
JULIA FRANCES ROSS, Burlington. 
KENNETH ADDISON ROSS, Greensboro. 
ROBERT ARNOLD ROSSFIELD, Montcloir, N. J. 
KENNETH SPRAGUE ROTHWELL, Boy Shore, N Y. 
WILLIAM JAMES RUSSELL, Sigma Chi, Flushing, N. Y 



GERALD MARTIN SCHWARTZ, Pi Lambda Phi, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
JOYCE BLANCHE SCOTT, Castle Hayne. 
RUSSELL LEE SENTER, Raleigh. 

WALTER AUSTIN SHARAFANOWICH, New York, N. Y 
JAMES QUINN SHELTON, Chi Psi, Mayfield, Ky. 
THOMAS CONNALLY SHELTON, Atlanta, Ga. 
HARRY GEORGE SHIPMAN, Greensboro 
WILLIAM THOMAS SHORE, Winston-Salem. 



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First Row 
WILLIAM SIDNEY SHRAGO, Zeto Beta Tou, Goldsboro. 
DONALD GRAY SHROPSHIRE, Winston-Salem. 
THOMAS EDWIN SHUMATE, Phi Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro. 
BILLY G. SILLS, Harmony. 
JOE FRED SILLS, Harmony. 
NANCY CATHERINE SIMPSON, Goastonia 
ROSA GRAY SIMPSON, Danville, Vo 
ELEANOR DALTON SINGLETARY, Chi Omega, Greensboro. 



Third Row 

JACK LLOYD SNIPES, Hillsboro 

NORMAN EDWIN SOMMERS, Tau Epsilon Phi, Paterson, N. J. 

MARY MARSHALL SPEARS. Rocky Mount. 

JOE DANIEL SPEIGHT, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Unodilla, Go. 

WALTER JESSE SPENCER, JR., Hamlet. 

SANFORD MACEY SPRINTZ, Pi Lambda Phi, Miami Beach, 
Fla. 

RODMAN SPRUILL, Oriental. 

LEIGHTON RAY STALLINGS, Jomesville. 



Second Row 
JOHN EDWARD SINK, Wmston-Salem 
PAUL GRAHAM SINK, Lexington. 

ELIZABETH DAVIES EYRE SISSON, Alpha Gamma Delta, 

Reidsville. 

MARY WILLIS SLEDGE, Ada, Oklo. 

BERNARD REID SMITH, JR., Asheville. 

CLARIS ASHLEY SMITH, JR., Ellenton, S. C. 

DeNORMA JOYCE SMITH, Gastonia. 

WILLIAM FRALIN SMITHDEAL, Sigmo Nu, Roanoke, Va. 



Fourth Row 
CHARLES WHITSON STANFORD, Chopel Hill. 
RANEY B. STANFORD, Durham. 
ALFRED CLYDE STARLING, Albemarle, 
ROBERT HALL STARNES, Charlotte. 
ALBERT LOGAN STEEL, JR., Portsmouth, Vo. 
VANCE MARSHALL STINE, Charlotte. 
RALPH M. STOCKTON, JR., Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem 
JAMES BUCKNER STOKLEY, Wilmington. 



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JOE STONE, Dobson. 

V. JEAN STOUTENBURG, Delta Delta Delta, Knoxville, Tenn. 

EDGAR LEROY STRAIN, Rome, Go. 

THOMAS PEIRSON STRATFORD, Phi Gamma Delta, Bur- 
lington. 

RAYMOND MASSEY SUGG, Phi Kappa Sigma, Princeton. 

KIRBY SULLIVAN, Lelond. 

PATRICIA RUTHE SUMNER, Bat Cove. 

LOIS LUDMILLA SUNSTROM, Delta Delta Delta, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 



Second Row 
JOHN RICHARD SURRATT, Winston-Salem. 
MARY ARNALL SWANN, Covington, Go. 
ROY EDWARD SWARTZBERG, JR., Asheville. 
JONATHAN SIMPSON SWIFT, Raleigh. 
ANDREW HARRISS SYMMES, Wilmington. 
WILLIAM KNOX TATE, Phi Gammo Delta, Morristown, Tenn. 
WILLIAM FREDERICK TAYLOR, Kappo Alpha, Hookerton. 
CHARLES LEON THOMAS, PI Kappa Alpha, Allendale, S. C. 



Third Row 
DORIS LORRAINE THOMAS, Athens, Tenn. 
ELIZABETH TAYLOR THOMAS, Carthage. 
BONNIE RICHARDSON THRASH, Alpha Delta Pi, Asheville. 
BETTIE ANNA TILLITT, Stotesville. 
DELMA HOUSTON TODD, Yodkinville. 
LEON McCOY TODD, JR., Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington. 
L. JOHN TROTT, JR., New London. 
GEORGE REID TROTTER, Sigma Chi, Morgonton. 



Fourth Row 
FREDERICK GOODE TUCKER, JR., Kappa Sigma, Roanoke, Va. 
JAMES ELTON TUCKER, Troy. 

JOHN EARLE TULL, JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lonoke, Ark. 
EUGENE HARROLD TURNER, Phi Delta Theta, Lourinburg. 
ROBERT LEE TURNER, Phi Kappa Sigma, Foyetteville. 
THOMAS JENKINS TURNER, Beta Theto Pi, Lourinburg. 
EARL H. TYNDALL, JR., Lambda Chi Alpha, Kinston. 
JEAN FULLERTON UMSTEAD, Alpha Gamma Delta, Durham. 



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LULA HALL VANCE, Winston-Salem, 

MERWIN SPENSER VanHECKE, Phi Gamma Delta, Chapel Hill. 
ELIZABETH B. VASHAW, Chapel Hill. 
HELEN VIVIEN VAUGHAN, Hartsville, S. C. 
EDWARD ADOLPH VAUSE, Kinston, 
EMILY A. VON BORRIES, Pi Beta Phi, Winston-Salem. 
LEO WAYNE WAGONER, Hamptonville. 
THOMAS HENRY WALDEN, JR., Brunswick, Go. 

Second Row 
TENNIE HENE WALDROP, Alpha Gamma Delta, Weaverville. 
HARRY GAMBOL WALKER, Phi Gamma Delta, Washington. 
JOSEPH COMPTON WALKER, Hillsboro. 
NANCY NAOMI WALKER, Winston-Salem, 
PAUL ALLEN WALTERS, JR., Zeta Psi, Durhom. 
JOHN CHARLES WARD, Kinston. 
WILLIAM FARRIOR WARD, JR., New Bern, 
RICHARD ELVIN WARDLOW, Joplin, Mo, 



Third Row 
PAULINE STARKE WARINNER, Chi Omega, Richmond, Va, 
L, CAROLINE WARREN, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel HilL 
ROBERT CREECH WARREN, Alpha Tau Omega, Goldsboro, 
HUGH WOODROW WATTS, Taylorsville. 
RICHARD TERRY WAX, Kappa Alpha, Amory, Miss, 
THOMAS SMITH WEAVER, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill, 
ELEANOR JANE WEBB, Alpho Gomma Delta, Henderson, 
GEORGE T, WEBB, JR,, Portsmouth, Va, 

Fourth Row 
MARY ELLEN WELLONS, Alpha Gamma Delta, Raleigh, 
MYRTLE RUTH WESTBROOK, Raleigh. 

DAVID JORDON WHICHARD, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville, 
MARTHA R, WH I TAKER, Oak Ridge, 
BUXTON WHITE, Sigma Nu, Elizobeth City, 
WILLIAM VANNOY WHITE, Sigma Nu, Lenoir, 
CLARENCE EARL WHITEFIELD, Durham, 
MARTHA BROWN WHITNER, Pi Beta Phi, Jacksonville, Flo, 



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THOMAS GREY WICKER, Pi Koppo Alpho, Hamlet 
CLEO DUKE WILDER, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Pans, Tenn 
JOHN MASON WILEY, Sigma Nu, Charlotte. 
JAMES ROBERTS WILKES, Laurinburg, 
JOHN ROSS WILKINSON, JR., ■Winsfon-Salem. 
DAVID LIVINGSTON WILLIAMS, Yadkinville. 
HENRY KIRK WILLIAMS, Alpha Tau Omega, Leesburg, Fla, 
HOWARD A. WILLIAMS, Chapel Hill, 



Second Row 
ANDREW G. WILLIAMSON, Phi Delta Theta, Lumberton 
GERALDINE WILLIAMSON, Wilson. 
H. KENDALL WILLIS, Chi Phi, Chopel Hill. 
HADLEY M. WILSON; Sigma Chi, Lenoir. 
JAMES BLAN IE WILSON, JR., Wilmington. 
JAMES CHAMPION WILSON, Winston-Salem. 
JOHN SIKES WILSON, Pi Kappa Alpha, Monroe. 
MARVIN PICKARD WILSON, JR, Zeta Psi, Chapel Hill 



Third Row 

WILLIAM ALFRED WINBURN, III, Sigma Nu, Savannah, Ga. 

VIVIAN BLACKMON WISE, Lotto, S C. 

JOSHUA HENRY WISEBRAM, Tau Epsilon Phi, Bornesville, Go. 

GEORGE THOMAS WOLFF, Sigma Nu, Greensboro. 

HERMAN WOLFF, JR., Raleigh. 

BASIL ALEXANDER WOOD, JR., Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, 
Go. 

THOMAS LANIER WOOD, Wmston-Salem. 

WENDEL W. WOOD, Charlotte. 



RACHEL VIRGINIA WOODLEY. Alpha Gamma Delta, Colum- 
bia. 
WILLIAM WALTER WOODRUFF, Lexington. 
FRANK C. WOOTEN, Rome, Go. 
GEORGE FRANKLIN WOOTEN, Cocoa, Fla. 
JOEL W. WRIGHT, Kappa Sigma, Asheville. 
MADISON JOHNSTON WRIGHT, Sigma Chi, Roonoke, Vc. 
RICHARD CARLTON WRIGHT, Kappa Alpha, High Point. 
CHALMERS HAYWOOD WYATT, Morgonton. 



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HELEN MARTHA XANTHES, Fayetteville. 
JOHN CHARLES YORK, High Point. 
WILLIAM EDWARD YORK, Statesville. 
CHESTER DAVID ZumBRUNNEN, Salisbury. 





Two's company; three's a crowd! 



"Dorktown Poker Club.' 





"It was only on old beer bottul.' 



Carolina's Number One Need is — Good Heolth. 





Rebel rousers in my old Kentucky home. 



"Shoo, shoo, baby, poppa's home from the seven seas." 



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Sophomores choose their models 
and learn the arts both in the 
classroom and on the campus. 




UUe UUere The Sophomores 



We came back last fall to finish all unfinished business, to pick up in the lines where 
we had left off, to recapture the Chapel Hill atmosphere, which had lingered in our 
memories for three months. We wondered just how many of the old faces would be 
missing and how many new "eager beavers" would be seen in Y court lines. It was 
plain good to carry Chapel Hill boulders in our loafers once again! 

We cheered even louder at football games, went to more dances, spent more 
time being concerned about our individual destinies, and some of us even studied a 
little harder. Our week-ends at Woman's College became few and far between; our 
interests in Tor Heeldom grew. Love affairs came and went with each weather 
change! Our responsibilities were light, our obligations few, and our contacts were 



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chosen ones that made life enjoyable. Some of us wore fraternity and sorority pins 
proudly, and learned that it wasn't impossible to make a C average after all! 

We were a vital part of the University of North Carolina, but now she became 
more and more a part of us. We learned her traditions, her songs, and her way of 
life — though some of us were from the far corners of the earth, we began to feel 
that we were Tar Heels born and bred, and we loved that feeling! 

We were faced with the problem of choosing a field of study; but we have ample 
time to make a name in activities on the campus, and some of us will even wind up 
leaning on Phi Bete keys. 

We are the class that has said "so long" to the ways of youth; next year will be 
filled with responsibilities galore. "Hit the happy medium in everything you do" has 
been our motto as Sophomores, but next year we will be Juniors! 



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REGINALD MAX ABBOTT, Chi Psi, Bryson City. 
WILLIAM HINTON ADAMS, Greenville. 
SHERMAN ADLER, Zeta Beta Tau, Asheville. 
CARL R. ALLEGOOD, Greenville. 
JOHN G. ALLEN, JR, Beoufort. 



OLIVER H. ALLEN, II, Roleigh. 
LAWRENCE LEWIS AMATEIS, New York, N Y. 
ANDREW VANCE ANDERSON, Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 
CLARENCE IRVIN ANDERSON, Greensboro. 
SAMUEL RALPH ANDREW, JR., Albemorle. 



WILLIAM REID AREY, JR, Gold Hill. 
WILLIAM HARRIS ARMSTRONG, Salisbury. 
WALTER D, ARNOLD, Bristol, Vo. 
FRANK BICKETT ASHCRAFT, Raleigh. 
CLINTON KESLER ATKINSON, Lilesville. 



RICHARD S. ATKINSON, Phi Kappa Sigma, Kenly 
LELAND STANLEY AVERETT, JR, Oxford 
JAMES HAROLD AYDELETTE, Greensboro 
RICHARD PAXTON BADHAM, JR , Delta Kappa Epsilon, 

Edenton. 
JOHN B. BAITY, Henderson. 



JOHN WAYLES BAILEY, Henderson, 
JAMES EDWARD BAGWELL, Henderson 
HERMAN L. BAKER, Nashville. 
JOHN O. BAKER, Charlotte. 
NORWOOD FRASER BAKER, Magnolia. 



RICHARD LEE BARAB, Phi Kappa Sigma, Atlantic City, 

N.J. 
LYNN W. BARNES, .Toylorsville. 
WILLIAM JOSEPH BARNES, Greensboro 
NOAH RUDOLPH BASS, Goldsboro 
WILLIAM RUSSELL BATCHELOR, Aberdeen 



FRED O BATES, JR., Murphy 

EDWARD GRAHAM BATTLE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky 

Mount. 
JEAN IRWIN BENJAMIN. Jacksonville, Flo 
EDWARD ROBINSON BENNETT, West Hartford, Conn. 
SCOTT BRUCE BERKELEY, Kappa Alpha, Goldsboro. 



CHARLES LAWRENCE BERMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi, 

Miami Beach, Fla 
HARRY ALLEN BILLERBECK, Elizobeth, N. J 
DEWEY RANSON BLACKWELL, JR, Rock Hill, S C 
JAMES VERNON BLADES, JR., New Bern 
KENNETH R. BLAND, Kappa Alpha, Wilmington. 

LEONARD BLUMBERG, Zeta Beta Tau, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

ERNEST L. BOATMAN, Morristown, Tenn. 

LESTER ASHLEY BODDEN, JR., Beta Theta Pi, Jack- 
sonville, Flo. 

OCTAVIOUS BLANCHARD BONNER, JR., High Point. 

THOMAS NATHAN BOOE, Asheville. 





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RODNEY LAWRENCE BOOKER, Sigma Nu, Roonoke, 

Va. 
HENRY V. BOONE, Seaboard. 
MILTON JAMES BOONE, Clinton. 
RICHARD KELLY BOWLES, Beto Theto Pi, Greensboro. 
VICTOR PRATT BOWLES, Timberlake 



OSCAR MERLE BOYETTE, Princeton. 
JOSEPH EDWARD BOYKIN, JR., Durhom. 
JAMES NEEDHAM BRADFORD, Winston-Salem. 
PHYLLIS FOSTER BRADSHAW, Chapel Hill. 
WILLIAM ASHLEY BRANCH, Winterville. 



BERT MAYNARD BRANNAN, Smithfield. 
CARL McDowell BRASWELL, Monroe. 
EDWIN MAURICE BRASWELL, Rocky Mount. 
ROY BENTON BRASWELL, Winston-Salem. 
THOMAS JOHNSON BRAWLEY, JR., Gastonia. 



LONNIE A BRAXTON, JR., Burlington, 

DAN C. BREEDEN. Bennettsville, S C 

EDWIN RANIER BRENEGAR, Kappa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem. 

JOHN HARRY BRIGHT, JR, Alpha Tau Omega, New 
Hill. 

CHARLES GORDON BRITT, Goldsboro. 



JAMES HARDEE BROOKS, Sigma Chi, Kinston. 
JOSEPH CARROLL BROWN, Helton, S. C. 
LOGAN SPENCER BROWN, Richmond, Va. 
WALTER L. BROWN, JR., Sigma Chi, Jamesville. 
EDWARD T. BROWNE, JR., Chapel Hill. 



THOMAS SHERMAN BRYAN, Trophill. 
CLELL TAFT BRYANT, Franklin. 
EDWARD ALBERT BRYANT, Lenoir. 
HAROLD B. BURSLEY, Beta Theto Pi, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM G BUTLER, JR., Phi Delta Theto, Laurin- 
burg. 



NEILL A. BYRNE, Pembroke. 

ALBERT HANES CALLOWAY, Concord, 

WILLIAM CAMERON, Oxford, 

EDWARD FEIMSTER CAMPBELL, Toylorsville. 

MEEK ANDERSON CARPENTER, Kings Mountain. 



JACK OLIVER CARSON, Bethel. 

FRANK CASEY, Phi Kappa Sigma, La Grange, 

BEN ALLEN CAVIN, Stafesville 
DAVID A S. CECIL, High Point 
CHARLES HAL CHAPLIN, Phi Gamma Delta, Columbia. 



RICHARD BURTS CHEATHAM, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Griffin, Go. 
LeROY CLARK, JR, Wendell. 
CHARLES AIKEN CLAY, Roxboro. 
WILLIAM JASPER CLAYBROOK, Reidsville 
DAVID BENJAMIN CLAYTON, Asheville. 



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THOMAS HILL CLAYTON, Chi Psi, Roxboro. 
WILLIAM COX COART, JR., Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga, 
ERNEST FRANK COBLE, JR., Monroe 
GEORGE ANDREW COCHRAN, Alpha Tou Omega, 

Newton. 
ALEX EDWARD COCKMAN, JR., Pittsboro. 



WILLIAM RAY COCHRANE, Concord. 
CHARLES LEE COGGIN, JR., Salisbury. 
CARL HERNDON COGHILL, Henderson. 
HERMAN OSCAR COLEMAN, Morganton. 
JOHN COLLETT, Beto Thcto Pi, Morganton. 



HENRY TAYLOE COMPTON, JR., Savannah, Go 
JOHN S. CORDON, Kappa Sigma, Louisville, Ky. 
NED RUSSELL CORZINE, Concord. 
ROBERT STEVENS COUCH, Monroe. 
CARL JENNINGS COUNCIL, Hallsboro. 



THOMAS DUKE COWELL, JR., Elizabeth City. 
JAMES H. CRADDOCK, Charlotte. 
CLAUDE A. CROCKER, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Winston- 
Salem. 
RICHARD EDWARD CROSS, Alexandria, Va. 
RICHARD HENRY CULBERSON, Voldese. 



EDWIN KEITH CUMMINGS, Rocky Mount. 
JAMES WALTER CURLEE, Ansonville. 
ELBERT ALLEN DARDEN, Greenville. 
JOE W. DeBRUHL, Asheville. 
LLOYD T. DEERLY, Winston-Solem. 



PORTER WISEMAN DOBBINS, Winston-Salem. 
ARNOLD DOLIN, Zeta Beta Tau, Waynesboro, Ga. 
STOVER POE DUNAGAN, Rutherfordton. 
WILLIAM HOLT DUNCAN, Kappa Sigma, Norberth, 

Pa, 
A. HAYNES DUNLAP, Phi Kappa Sigma, Ansonville. 

CARL THOMAS DURHAM, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 
WILLIAM ALFRED EARLY, JR, Phi Kappa Sigma, 

Lenoir. 
ALAN EDELMAN, Raleigh. 
JACK EDWARDS, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville. 
NOAH ELBERT EDWARDS, Dobson. 



ROBERT DOUGHTON EDWARDS, Sigma Chi, Asheville, 
WILLIAM EDWARD ELLINTON, III, Washington. 
WILLIAM RICHARD ELLIOTT, Forest City. 
ALPHEUS PALMER ELLIS, JR., Weldon. 
ROBERT HARLAN EPSTEIN Tau Epsilon Phi, New York, 
N. Y. 



JACK NOHRDEN FARMER, Phi Comma Delta, Le> 

ington. 
LEWIS BLAND FARRAR, Apex 
DAVID WILLOUGHBY FEREBEE, Chi Psi, Vanceboro. 
MURRY WISTER FERGUSON, JR., Mebane, 
ELLISTON PEROT FIERO, Delta Psi, Ardmore, Po. 



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PAUL FINCH, Sigma Chi, Southern Pines. 

JOHN DIXON FLEMING, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville. 

JOHN DAVID FOUST, Snow Camp. 

IRVIN LEONARD FOX, Pi Lambda Phi, Oxford. 



STANLEY HAROLD FOX, Pi Lambda Phi, Oxford. 

DAVID DEWITT FOY, Atlanta, Go. 

ROBERT BEVERLEY NASH FRANCIS, Delta Koppa Ep- 

silon, Washington, D. C. 
JOHN WESLEY FRAZIER, Phi Gamma Delta, Salisbury. 
LEE R FURR, Alpha Tau Omega, Newton. 

THEODORE JAMES FUSSELL, Delta Psi, Winston- 

Solem. 
LOUIS KENDRICK FUTCH, Monroe 
ALBERT MARRIOTT GAINOR, Pi Kappa Alpha, Battle- 

boro. 
JOHN CARL GALE, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, North Beach, 

Md. 
NORMAN ROBERT GALINKIN Tau Epsilon Phi, Toms 

River, N. J. 

ARCHIE PATTERSON GIBSON, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Gibson 

CHARLES FLOYD GIPPLE, Gibsonville 

LEONARD GOODMAN, Pi Lambdo Phi, Miami Beach, 
Flo. 

FRANK S. GOODRUM, JR, Alpha Tau Omega, Greens- 
boro. 

RICHARD EDMUND GORDON, Delta Psi, Merion Sta- 
tion, Po. 

CHARLES EDWARD GOTTESMAN Zeta Beta Tau, New 

Rochelle, N. Y. 
ROBERT A. GRAY, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM B. GREEN, Roanoke Rapid. 
WILLIAM TATE GREEN, JR., Thomasville. 
BILL PARKER GRIER. Hot Springs, Ark. 



WILLIAM L GRIFFIN, Kappa Sigma, Gostonia. 

GEORGE COOPER GRIZZARD, Kappa Alpha, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

ALAN STERLING GUBIN, Pi Lambda Phi, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

JAMES MITCHELL GUTHRIE, Chapel Hill. 

JAMES W, HAAS, Earl. 

SMITH M. HAGAMAN, Winston-Salem. 

HARRY ALBERT HAINES, Phi Delta Theta, BIytheville, 

Ark. 
GENE H. HALL, Brevard. 
J. W. HALL, Carthage. 
J. RICHARD HAMMER, Phi Gamma Delta, Shrewsbury, 

N. J, 



HORACE GRAVELY HANKINS, Kernersville. 
WILLIAM RENNY HARDING, Fort Auroro, N, Y. 
DAVID HAROLD HARRINGTON, Broodwoy. 
CHARLES HENRY HARRIS, III, Beta Theta Pi, Look- 
out Mountain, Tenn. 
ROBERT CHATHAM HARRIS, Kappa Sigma, Elkin. 



ZACH HARRIS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hertford. 

HENRY D. HARRISON, Williomston. 

EARL HORACE HARTSELL, Chapel Hill. 

JAMES BERNARD HAUSER, Phi Koppa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem. 

JUDSON LOUIS HAWK, JR., Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, 
Go. 



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JOHN ELMER HAWKINS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 

HUBERT VENNON HAYES, Phi Kappa Sigma, Wil- 
mington. 

GORDON R. HEATH, Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 

ROBERT TILDEN HEDRICK, Phi Gamma Delta, High 
Point. 

EARL CLEGG HELMS, Concord. 



JESSE ROBINSON HICKS, Phi Gamma Delta, Florence. 
SAMUEL PHILIP HINES, JR, Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 
DWIGHT BERRIER HINKLE, Kappa Sigma, Lexington, 
WILLIAM COLLINS HODGES, Roanol<e Ropids. 
LEWIS ROYALL HOLLING, Smithfield. 



GEORGE MARTIN HOLLOWAY, Washington, D. C. 

LEMUEL CHUNK HOLOMAN, Jackson. 

WALTER ANDERSON HOLT, Phi Gomma Delta, Smith- 
field. 

EARL DOUGLAS HONEYCUTT, JR, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Shelby. 

CHARLES JAMES HONDROS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky 
Mount. 



JOHN H HOOTS, Winston-Salem. 

CLETUS W. S, HORNE, Indion Trail. 

EARL BAYNES HORNER, JR, Burlington. 

EARNEST WEBB HOWIE, Monroe. 

KENNETH RICHARD HOYLE, Sigma Chi, Sanford. 



CECIL FRED HUDSON, JR., Connelly Springs. 
GARLAND FRANK HUFFMAN, JR., Burlington, 
STANTON VANCE HUFFMAN, Gibsonville, 
ROBERT LEE HUTTON, Phi Gamma Delta, Greensboro. 
EDWARD CLAIBORNE IRBY, Phi Gamma Delta, Black- 
stone, Va. 



BRUCE WADE ISAACS, Phi Delta Theta, Durham. 
WILLIAM JABINE, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Baltimore, Md. 
NORMAN HAROLD JACOBSON, Lenoir. 
SIMON ARTHUR JACOBSON, Spofford, N. H. 
ALBERT W. JAMES, JR , Launnburg 



LENUE TYSON JAMES, Winston-Salem. 
ROY S. JENNINGS, Greensboro. 
DANIEL LEE JOHNSON, JR., Bailey. 
EDWARD ROYCE JOHNSON, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Alex- 
andria, Va. 
GEORGE JOHNSON, JR., Phi Delto Theta, Wilmington. 



JOSEPH B. JOHNSON, Sigma Chi, Raleigh. 
JOSEPH M. JOHNSON, Sanford. 
VICTOR L. JOHNSON, Asheville. 
HARVEY WYLIE JOHNSTON, Charlotte. 
JAMES MARSHALL JONES, Mcrshville. 



ROY W. JONES, Flat Rock. 

WALTER CLARKE JONES, JR, Kappa Sigma, Kinston 

BENJAMIN HARRIS JOSEPHSON, Tau Epsilon Phi, 

Weldon. 
EDWARD GREY JOYNER, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, 

Wilson. 
LEONARD JEROME KAPLAN, Pi Lambda Phi, High 

Point. 





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RICHARD PAUL KATZIN, Winston-Salem. 
CHARLES DONALD KEETER, Kappa Sigma, Rutherford- 
ton. 
BERNARD ALLEN KEMP, Hendersonville, 
REX M. KENNEDY, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jacksonville 
ROZELLE KENNEDY, Greensboro. 



GEORGE BURGIN KENYON. Chorlotte. 

GEORGE YANCEY KERR, Kappa Alpha, Yanceyville. 

KEMPER LEE KIGER, Rural Holl. 

JOHN RUTLEDGE KING, Beta Theta Pi, Kingsport, 

Tenn. 
WALLACE HINES KIRBY, Roxboro. 

BEN D. KISTLER, JR., Greensboro, 

JOE LANE KNIGHT, Lombdo Chi Alpha, Winston- 

Solem. 
GENE FONVIELLE KOONCE, Sigma Chi, Jacksonville. 
WILLIAM LOCKHART KYLE, JR., Kappa Sigma, 

Kinston. 
CASPER GARNETT LAMB, Pi Kappa Alpha, Elizabeth 

City. 

JOHN GERHARD LAMPE, Chi Psi, Raleigh. 
ROBERT SCOTT LANGLEY, Sigma Chi, Kinston, 
JAMES CONRAD LANIER, JR, Phi Gamma Delto, 

Greenville. 
SI S, LAWRENCE, JR,, Wilson, 
FERD OLBERT LAWSON, Sumter, S, C 



JOSEPH CLARENCE LEARY, JR,, Sigma Nu, Edenton. 
ROBERT WILLIAM LEDBETTER, Morgonton 
WILLIAM FITZHUGH LEE, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 

Goldsboro. 
JOSEPH GRANT LEFKOWITZ, Winston-Solem. 
GILBERT GARY LEONARD, Peachlond, 



JAMES EDWARD LEVAN, Mooresville, 

IRA OSBORNE LEWIS, Marshailberg, 

LLOYD S, LILES, Middlesex, 

ROBERT LINDSAY, Kappa Alpha, Greenville, S. C. 

CHARLES ROSCOE LINVILLE, Winston-Salem, 



EDWARD MASON LITTLE, Greensboro. 
WILLIAM BENNETT LITTLE, JR, Kappa Sigma, 

Wadesboro, 
FORREST LOCKEY, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Aberdeen. 
CHARLES ORIS LONG, Thomasville. 
WILLIAM GRAY LONG, Zeto Psi, Garysburg 

NICHOLAS ARMISTEAD LOVE, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Raleigh. 
RONE PATRICK LOWE, Wadesboro, 
ROY MATHEW LYON, Alpha Tau Omega, Memphis, 

Tenn. 
CHARLES K, MacDERMUT, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, 

Leonia, N. J. 
GERALD DIXON MALPASS, Whiteville. 

WILLIS MELTON MANNING, JR., Bailey. 

ALGER BRYAN MARTIN, JR., Salisbury. 

SAMUEL EDGAR MARTIN, Mayodan, 

THOMAS ERNEST MARTIN, Sigma Chi, Charleston, 

S. C. 
CARL N. MATHIS, JR., Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington. 



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TROY DAVIS MATH IS, Rural Hall. 

CHARLES MAUNEY, Cherryville. 

JOHN AUGUSTUS MAYO, JR., Phi Gamma Delta, 

Washington. 
ARTHUR T. MELTON, Marion. 
LEON McNEIL MELVIN, Porkton. 



WOODFORD RANDOLPH MIDDLETON, JR., Winston- 
Salem. 
WILSON MERIWETHER MILES, Danville, Va. 
ROBERT LeROY MILKS, Greensboro. 
JAMES IRVIN MILLHOUSE, Wilson. 
THOMAS R. MILLER, Wilmington. 



JOHN LANTY MIMNAUGH Phi Kappa Sigma, Colum- 
bia, S. C. 

GEORGE CREE MITCHELL. JR., Wake Forest. 

OTTO ELWOOD MIXON, Rocky Mount. 

CLYDE THOMAS MOODY, JR., Bunn. 

JOSEPH RICHARD MOON, Lambda Chi Alpha, Bur- 
lington. 

DOVER GLADSTONE MOORE, Kappa Alpha, Green- 
ville, S. C 

JOHN McDowell MOORE, jr., Phi Delta Theto, Lex- 
ington 

ASHLEY CARLYLE MORRIS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 

JESSE CARR MORRIS, JR , Raleigh. 

HAROLD MILTON MORROW. Phi Delta Theta, 
Chorlotte. 



GEORGE W. MUNFORD, JR , Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 
BURT K. MYERS, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington. 
JAMES LEON McALLISTER, JR., Roper. 
WILLIAM G. McFADDEN, Morganton. 
FRANKLIN BOYD McGUIRE, JR., Asheville. 



ANGUS ALFORD McKELLAR, Rowland. 

EDGAR ALEXANDER McLEAN, Winston-Salem. 

ROBERT KEELER McLELLAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, At- 
lanta, Go. 

GEORGE R. McLEOD, Phi Kappo Sigma, Durham 

CHARLES BANKS McNAlRY, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Goldsboro. 

ROBERT STRANGE McNEILL, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Mocksville. 
JOE RICHARD NANTZ, Mooresville. 
GEORGE RAYMOND NASSIF, Chi Psi, Lourinburg. 
ROLLA CLAYBORNE NELSON, Fayetteville. 
JAMES 0. NOLAN, JR., Kappa Sigma, Konnopolis. 

JOHN C. NOLAN, Phi Koppa Sigma, Winston-Salem. 

HARRY CLIFFORD NORTHROP, Kappa Alpha, Char- 
lotte. 

JOHN SPICER NORWOOD, Kappa Sigmo, Winston- 
Salem. 

NORMAN DENNIS O'BRIANT, Durham. 

WILLIAM ANDERSON OLSEN, JR., Kappo Sigma 
Chopel Hill. 



JOHN EDWARD ORR, Phi Gamma Delta, Asheville. 
JOHN LEE OTTERBOURG, JR, Wilmington 
FRANK REDDING OWEN, JR., Gibsonville. 
JAMES RICHARD OWEN, JR., Hamlet. 
MARIUS COPEL OWENS, Elizabeth City. 




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CLARENCE E PADGETT, Lowell. 

ROBERT ROSE PADGETT, Phi Gamma Delta, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

ROBERT STANLEY PARHAM, Henderson. 

MARION HARDIE PARKER, Phi Gamma Delta, Moultrie, 
Go. 

STEVE EDWARD PARROTT, Koppo Sigma, Kinston. 

JOHN KENT PEARSON, Sigma Chi, Apex. 
JAMES J. PENCE, Alpha Tau Omega, Wogram. 
GLENN HOYLE PENINGER, JR., Mount Pleasant. 
NICHOLAS MASSENBURG PERRY, Louisburg, 
JOHN MINNICK PFAUTZ, 111, Delta Psi, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



HENRY E PHELPS, Asheville. 
ALLEN C PHILLIPS, Fredericksburg, Va. 
HARRY FRANCIS PHILLIPS, Burlington, 
HERBERT ORLANDAH PHILLIPS, Moreheod City, 
JOHN T. PITTMAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sanford. 



NORMAN DEWEY PLESS, Sigmo Chi, Canton. 

EDWARD M. POWELL, JR., Chi Phi, East Northfield, 
Moss. 

EDWARD SPENCER QUALLS, JR., Boone. 

WILLIAM GRANT RAKER, JR., Phi Gamma Delto, Lex- 
ington. 

PHILIP SPRAGUE RANDOLPH, Alpho Tau Omega, 
Chapel Hill. 

HAYDEN MONROE RATLEDGE, Elkin. 

ERNEST McDowell REAGAN, Weaverville. 

WILLIAM TURMAN REECE, Elkin. 

HARVEY CHESTER RENN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 

CARL JEROME RHINEHARDT, Asheville. 



CHARLES FRANCIS RIDDLE, Pi Kappo Alpha, Graham. 
LOUIS CHARLES RIGHTS, JR., Winston-Salem. 
JAMES NEIL ROBERTSON, Burlington. 
WALTER COLIN ROBERTSON, JR., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
HEMAN HARWOOD ROBINSON, Elizabethtown. 



JAMES THOMAS ROBINSON, Loroy, Va. 

NEWTON JOSLIN ROBISON, JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Raleigh. 
STANLEY LEIGH RODENBOUGH, III, Kappa Alpha, 

Winston-Salem. 
COYE OLEIN ROGERS, Hendersonville. 
FRANK C. ROGERS, Roxboro. 

LEAMON ELWOOD ROGERS, Phi Gamma Delta, Wil- 
mington. 
JOHN CARL ROSSER, Broadway. 
JOSEPH GRAHAM RUTLEDGE, III, Aurora. 
WILLIAM EUGENE RYON, III, Wmston-Solem. 
EMILE MITCHELL SALEEBY, Wilmington. 



JACK TERAH SAMPSON, Kappa Alpha, Jockson, Miss. 
VENITAH SANDERS, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel Hill. 
YANCEY B. SANDLIN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Raleigh. 
EMMIT JACK SAPP, Leaksville. 
GEORGE G. SATTERFIELD, Burlington. 



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JOE WINDLEY SATTERTHWAITE, New Bern. 
WILLIAM LEE SAUNDERS, Sigma Chi, Jamestown. 
HARRY PAUL SAVVAS, Phi Kappa Sigma, High Point. 
JOE MELUIN SCHAFER, Zeto Beta Tau, Little Rock, 

S. C. 
LUDWIG GASTON SCOTT, Burlington. 



GARLAND MARION SCRUGGS, Greensboro. 
IRL TIGERT SELL, Wilmington. 
ERIC SLOAN SELLERS, Cherryville. 
WILLIAM A. SESSIONS, Conwoy, S. C. 
WAYNE DEWEY SETZER, Claremont. 



JEFFERSON DAVIS SEWELL, Phi Gamma Delto, Monroe 
JOHN WILLIAM SEXTON, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky 

Mount. 
J. BROOKS SHAPING, Kappa Alpha, Greensboro. 
ALLEN PHIPPS SHERMAN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham, 
ROBERT L. SHERRILL, Charlotte. 



RAYMOND DOUGLAS SHIPLETT Chi Phi, Lynchburg, 

Va. 
GEORGE GRADY SI BOLD, Kappa Sigma, Roanoke, Va. 
JOHN WESLEY SIDES, Chi Phi, Albemorle. 
JOHN BRANDY SIEBENALER, Holly Hill, Fla. 
MERCER WARD SIMMONS. Greenville. 



JOHN BURNS SIMPSON, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Monroe 

WILLIAM LEE SINK, Thomasville. 
WILLIAM RAY SIPES, Troutmans. 
DONALD EDMUND SKAKLE, Waltham, Moss. 
J. THOMAS SMATHERRS, Canton. 



MILES JAMES SMITH, JR, Koppa Alpha, Salisbury. 

RALPH KENAN SMITH, Pink Hill. 

ROBERT YANK SMITH, JR, Phi Gamma Delta, Bu 

lington. 
SANFORD HALE SMITH, Fuquoy Springs 
STANLEY SMITH, JR., Asheboro. 



CHARLES GOODRICH SNOW, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill 

DONALD JEFFERSON SNOW, Woshington, D. C, 

ROBERT HENRY SNOW, Siloam. 

WILLIAM KITT SNYDER, Angier. 

JAMES EARL SOMERS, Sigmo Chi, Burlington. 



JAMES FRANCIS SOUTHERLAND, Willard. 
WILLIAM BROOKS SPAUGH, Kappa Alpha, High Point. 
CHARLES KENNETH SPRUILL, Mount Olive. 
LAURENCE GRAY SPRUNT, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Wilmington. 
WILLIAM FRANCIS SPURLIN, JR., Alpho Tou Omega, 

New York, N. Y. 



CHARLES CLAUD STAMEY, Follston. 

JOHN THOMAS STANFIELD, Winston-Solem. 

LEE ROY STANLEY, Kappa Sigmo, Reidsville. 

WILLIAM C. STEADMAN, Pinetop. 

STEPHEN STEFANOU, Koppa Alpha, Jocksonville. 




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KENNETH EPHRIAM STROUP, Cherryville. 
JOSEPH P, STRUMP, Greensboro. 
WALTER REED TALLEY, Bradenton, Flo. 
WILLIS ARTHUR TALTON, Oxford, 



LON WILKINSON TAYLOR, Washington. 
JERRY S. TAYLOR, Winston-Salem, 
JOSEPH HOWARD THIGPEN, Williamston, 
MASON PAGE THOMAS, Siler City. 
SANFORD W, THOMPSON, Phi Gamma Delta, More- 
head City, 



THOMAS O, TILGHMAN, JR, Annapolis, Md 
KENNETH JULIAN TODD, Kappa Alpha, Tampa, Fla, 
JERRY FREDRICK TOOLS, Chi Psi, Miami, Fla 
ROBERT LESLIE TOWE, JR,, Roanoke Rapids 
SOUTH TRIMBLE, III, Phi Delta Theta, Washington, 
D, C. 



HARRY GEORGE TSUMAS, Stotesvilie. 
GEORGE FRANKLIN TUCKER, Whitakers. 
IRA BERNARD TURNER, JR,, Chorlotte. 
THOMAS TURNER, Greensboro 
EDMUND TEMPLE TURNLEY, Rocky Mount. 



HARRY EUGENE VARNEY, Powell, Pa, 
JOSEPH FRANKLIN VIVERETTE, Battleboro 
PERCY LEE WALL, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Wmston-Salem 
RICHARD DAVID WALLACK. Pi Lambda Phi, New 

Haven, Conn 
JACK KURFEES WARD, Mocksville, 



EDWARD R WARREN, JR,, Goldsboro 

ROTCHER HARRIS WATKINS, JR, Phi Delta Theta, 

Durham 
JACK GLENN WATTS, Tabor City, 
JAMES ZEB WATTS, Phi Kappa Sigma, Taylorsviile, 
BYNUM EDGAR WEATHERS, Shelby 

JOHN GRAHAM WEBB, JR,, Alpha Tau Omega, Hills- 

boro, 
HARVEY J WEINSTEIN, Tau Epsilon Phi, New York, 

N, Y, 
EDWIN MORTON WESS, New York, N Y 
WOODROW H, WESTALL, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Black 

Mountain, 
GEORGE THOMAS WHITE, Homptonville 



RAYMOND C WHITEHURST, JR,, Jackson, 
BOBBY CAROL WHITESIDES. Gastonio 
MARTIN LUTHER WHITLEY, Chi Psi, Walstonburg 
IRA LEE WHORTON, Pi Kappa Alpho, Florence 
EUGENE CLAYTON WICKER, Sanford 



WARREN JAKE WICKER, Sanford 

JAMES SIMPSON WILCOX, JR, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Charlotte, 

WILLIAM BRYANT WILDER, Gary 

DUKE CLIFFORD WILLARD, Pi Kappa Alpha, Winston- 
Salem, 

FORREST RAY WILLARD, High Point. 



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DAN WILLETTS, JR, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Leiand. 
BEN F, WILLIAMS, Lumberton 
WILEY JULIAN WILLIAMS, Hamlet 

WILLIAM FRANK WILLIAMSON, JR, Sigma Chi, 

Elizobethtown 



JESSE F. L. WILSON, Rose Hill 

HARRY K. WINECOFF, Concord 

KAY CALDWELL WINECOFF, Concord. 

WILLIAM ROBERT WOLF, Alpha Tau Omega, Mc 
Cormel, III. 



LYMAN GRIFFIS WORTHINGTON, Micro 
THORNTON H YANCEY, Oxford 

SAMUEL CURTIS Y0UN6BL00D, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Washington, D. C. 

GEORGE TURNER YOUNTZ, Southmont. 



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Four Jills and a jeep! 



Pome for Carolina and Coach Snavely! 



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"0. K., if that's the way you feel 

about it, don't believe me, but I 

tell you " 

"Bedside Manner" in action. 



When the Yokums came to town 
from them thor hills. 



The men behind the men behind 
the football. 



Swing your partner the KA way. 



Beethoven or Boogie? 



"Home, James, and don't spore the 
horses." 



If you con't get aboard, get o 
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spirit which is hallowed among 

both students and alumni. 




UUe UUere The Freshmen 



September, 1946, found us walking along the paths of Carolina for the first time. At 
first, we were a little nervous, wondering which line to get into next, where to find 
a coke, where the library was; but strangely enough, we met familiar faces on the 
new paths, faces that we had seen in Europe and the South Pacific, faces of buddies, 
some of whom we never expected to see again. 

Before long, our rooms in the tin con, dorms, and quonset huts began to look 
somewhat like home; and nightly strolls down Franklin with roommates became .a 
"must." We learned that the professors who called us "Mr." had been around the 
world with us, had marched in Italy and the Philippines with our best friends; in addi- 
tion to being intellectuals, they were pretty good guys after all. 



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We gloried in being privileged to cheer for Carolina's blue and white; we stopped 
to listen to "Hark the Sound" at twilight. The squirrels didn't cease to fascinate 
us! We learned our way around; and, like the upperclassmen, made the same mad 
dashes to Durham when we didn't go to those 2 o'clock labs. Some of us found our 
places in Graham Memorial on publications' staffs and in other activities; others of 
us spent long afternoons philosophizing in Jeff's and Harry's. 

We were Freshmen — but not for long! We have become a vital part of Carolina's 
"Hey, how you?" And next year we will be back, standing in lines, yelling our lungs 
out at football gomes, loving the long week-ends, and studying like fury for those 
Friday quizzes. We have a good start toward making the class of 1950 the best 
of the century! 



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Freshman Class 



CALVIN MONROE ADAMS, JR, Stotesville, 
RHEA LANSING ADAMS, Durham, 
LEVI KENNEDY ALDERMAN, JR., Rose HilL 
BLAN C. ALDRIDGE, Shulls Mills. 
CLEON OTIS ALDRIDGE, Warsaw. 



WILLIAM LOCKE ALLISON, JR., Stotesville. 
DANIEL ISAAC ALLRED, JR., Aberdeen. 
HAROLD LEE ANDREWS, Durham. 
GEORGE KENNETH ARCHER, Charlotte. 
HUGH MUSGRAVE AUSTIN, Smithfield. 



WILLIAM BRYANT AUSTIN, JR., Jefferson. 
ETHRIDGE CLAYTON AVERITT, Fayetteville. 
ERVIN BAER, Tou Epsilon Phi, Dunn. 
RUSSELL EDWARD BALDWIN, Durham. 
RUSSELL G. BALDWIN, Lelond. 



WINFIELD MORGAN BALDWIN, JR., Goldsboro. 
DAVID BEACH BALL, Burlington. 
CECIL HUNTER BARBER, Reidsville. 
MARK V. BARKER, JR., Durham. 
WADE DUPREE BARNES, Wilson. 



WILLIAM ARNOLD BARNES, High Point. 
PAUL JOSEPH BASCHON, JR., Wilmington. 
WILLIAM HARRELL BASKIN, III, Sigmo Alpha Epsi- 
lon, Macon, Ga. 
WILLIAM DONALD BASNIGHT, Chapel Hill. 
HARRY SKINNER BATEMAN, Wilson. 



JESSE B. BATEMAN, JR., Greensboro. 

D.WID L. BEECHER, Manchester. 

OAKLEY B. BELAND, Wilson 

WILLIAM PAUL BELLE, Alpha Tau Omega, Tompa, 

Fla. 
MORTON R BERGEN, Tou Epsilon Phi, Oxford 



EDWARD GEORGE BILPUCH, Adah, Po. 
JOHN DAVID BIPPART, South Orange, N. J. 
JAMES N. BLACK, JR., Beto Theto Pi, Greensboro. 
KENNETH CARLYLE BLACK, Pi Kappa Alpha, Colum- 
bia, S. C. 
PAUL R. BLACKBURN, Traphill. 



ROY JACKSON BLACKLEY, Hamlet. 
VERNE WAYNE BLALOCK, JR., Lexington. 
JAMES DAVIS BLOUNT, JR., Wilson. 
JAMES WILLIAM BLUM, Winston-Salem. 
NICK BUNN BODDIE, JR., Rocky Mount. 



STUART BONDURANT, Winston-Solem. 
THOMAS EVANS BONEY, Wallace 
RICHARD WINSTEAD BORDEN, Kappa Sigma, Golds- 
boro. 
RICHARD BENJAMIN BOREN, Hi. Greensboro. 
MAURICE WRIGHT BOWDEN, Goldsboro. 




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TIMOTHY WILLIAM BOWEN, JR, Raleigh. 

WAYNE RONALD BOYLES, JR., Phi Koppo Sigmo, 

Mount Airy. 
ROBERT OTHO BRANNON, Candler. 
JACK RUDISELL BRANTLEY, Greensboro. 
WILLIAM DONALD BREWER, Siler City. 



JAMES A. BRIDGER, Blodenboro. 
HARVEY MEARES BRINKLEY, JR., Durham. 
ROBERT LEE BROOKS, Chapel Hill. 
STAMEY FITZHUE BROOKS, Konnopolis. 
ROBERT PLEASANT BROWN, Charlotte. 



SANFORD MILLER BROWN, Roanoke Ropids. 
WILLIAM CARLTON BROWN, High Point. 
WILLIAM WILSON BROWN, JR., Chorlotte. 
JAMES THOMAS BROYHILL, Lenoir. 
DONALD HOWARD BRYAN, Lumberton. 



RICHARD JAMES BRYANT, Gastonio. 
DWIGHT ELMO BUNN, Wendell. 
FRED ROSS BURGESS, JR., South Mills. 
EDWARD C. BURKS, Chi Phi, Chapel Hill. 
GRADY JACKSON BURNEY, JR., Charlotte. 



CHRISTOPHER NUTTER BUSBY, Salisbury. 
WILLIAM BLAINE BUTLER, Morgonton. 
LEONARD ARCHIBALD BUTT, Sigma Chi, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
GEORGE A. BYRUM, Sigma Nu, Edenton. 
DAVID D. S- CAMERON, Southern Pines. 



WALTER ALVIN CARNES, Greensboro. 
EUGENE STEWART CARPENTER, Greensboro. 
JESSE BATTLE CASTLEBERRY, Clayton. 
WILLIAM LUTHER CAUBLE, Hickory. 
JAMES LANDIS CHAVASSE, Henderson. 



GLEN REID CHEEK. Durham. 

THOMAS LESLIE CHERRY, Ahoskie. 

JOHN J. CLARK, Alpha Tou Omega, Rockingham. 

JOE H. CLAWSON, Phi Kappa Sigma, Lenoir. 

JAMES BOYD CLAYTON, Lexington. 



RICHARD MARSHALL CLEGG, Greensboro. 

FOY ROBERSON COLE, Hillsboro. 

DAVID LEONARD COLLINS, JR., Wilson. 

FLEET MARION COLLINS, Greensboro 

WADE THOMAS COOPER, Alpha Tau Omega, Cory. 



THANO A, COTSIS, Athens, Greece. 
ODELL JOSEPH COUNCILMAN, Bonlee. 
TREADWELL D. COVINGTON, Miami Beach, Fla, 
V'/ILLIAM LONDON COWAN, Kappa Sigma] Durham 
CHARLES FOWLER COWELL, JR., Delta Kappo Epsi- 
lon,Washington. 



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GEORGE HERBERT COX, JR., Washington. 
STUART WARREN CRAMER, Charlotte. 
SAM WYNDHAM CRAVER, Charlotte, 
ROBEY BOWMAN CRISP, Beto Theta Pi, Marion. 
WILLIAM ARCHIBALD CRUMP, Phi Gomma Delta, 
Durham. 



THOMAS EARLE CUNNINGHAM, Winston-Salem. 

JOSEPH FULTON DALLAS, Reidsville. 

JOHN LASLEY DAMERON, Burlington. 

FREDERICK S. DANIELS, Wilson. 

JOHN FORLAW DANIELS, Pi Koppa Alpha, Charlotte. 



ROY MELMOTH DAVIDSON, Statesville. 

FRANK LEWIS DAVIS, Beta Theta Pi, Danville. 

JAMES LANIER DAVIS, Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM CRAWFORD DAWSON, JR. Pi Kappo Al- 

pho, Elizabeth City. 
ROBERT LEE DAYE, Pi Kappo Alpha, Elkm. 



JESSE HENRY DEDMOND, Cliffside. 
ALBERT JOSEPH DIAB, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington. 
HARVEY JEROME DIAMOND, Tau Epsilon Pi, Charlotte. 
ARTHUR CHRISTAIN DIETZEL, Baltimore, Md. 
JOHN W. DILLARD, Wilson. 



HERBERT PATRICK DILLON, Savannah, Go. 
CHARLES EDGAR DOBBIN, Phi Koppa Sigma, Lenoir. 
ROBERT ADOLPH DOCKHAM, Denton. 
AUBREY CLAYTON DOGGETT, JR., Sigmo Chi, Greens- 
boro. 
DAREL WARREN DRUMMOND, Morganton, 



JOE WILLIAM DUKE, Wilmington. 
WADE STAFFORD DUNBAR, Sigma Chi, Laurinburg 
RICHARD AUSTIN DUNLEA, Kappa Alpha, Wilming- 
ton. 
PETE MEADOR EBERSOLE, Kappo Alpho, Atlanta, Go. 
JAMES WILLIAM ECHERD, Asheville. 



FRANK LAWSON ECHOLS, Asheville. 

CLIFTON HUGH EDWARDS, JR., Sigmo Chi, Green- 
ville. 

HARPER JOHNSTON ELAM, III, Phi Delto Theta, 
Greensboro. 

JOSIAH BAKER ELDRIDGE, Carrboro. 

ARTHUR ENGEL, New York, N. Y. 



FRANK LESLIE ETCHISON, JR, Rocky Mount 
DAVID W. EVANS, Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte 
JACK THOMAS FAKOURY, Myrtle Beach, S C 
WILLIAM HENRY FARRIOR, JR., Wolloce. 
HERBERT SHEPHERD FAUGHT, Greensboro. 



JOEL MARTIN FEINBERG, Zeto Beta Tou, New York, 
N. Y. 

IRA OTIS FERRELL, JR., Durham. 
DAVID LEE FLETCHER, Elkin. 
CHARLES TAYLOR FOLEY, Charlotte 
JOHN RODNEY FOREMAN, Elizobeth City. 





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RICHARD TILLMAN FOUNTAIN, Rocky Mount. 
PERRY JOSEPH FRANKEL, Pi Lambda Phi, Pleasont- 

ville, N. J. 
PAUL F. FULLER, Kappa Alpho, Gostonia. 
CLYDE WALTON FUSSELL, Teachey. 
ARCHER H. FUTCH, JR., Charlotte. 



WALTER MONROE GARDNER, Worrenton. 

CLYDE HOOVER GARNER, Pmehurst. 

JAMES BANKS GARRISON, Kappa Sigma, Badin. 

ALFRED HAMILTON GARVEY, Pi Kappa Alpha, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

PERSE LACY GASKINS, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem. 



PAUL McLEAN GASKILL, Sea Level. 
CHARLES S. GAVIN, Charlotte. 

CHARLES ROBERT GIBSON, Kappa Alpha, Winston- 
Salem. 
JAMES WALLACE GILBERT, Mount Airy. 
JOSEPH RODNEY GLASGOW, Littleton. 



CHARLES FRANKLIN GLOVER, Sims. 
IRVING GOLDINER, Cherryville. 
SAUL MARTIN GORDON, Tau Epsilon Pi, Statesville. 
FRANK EDWIN GOSSETT, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM JAMES GRANDIN, III, Beta Theta Pi, Ti- 
tusville, Po. 



SPENCER C. GRAY, JR., Coinjock. 
JOHN BERGWIN GREEN, JR., New Bern. 
ROBERT STIMSON GREEN, Lewisville. 
LEE OVERMAN GREGORY, Zefa Psi, Raleigh. 
JOHN BENTON GRIFFIN, Rocky Mount. 



JACK BURTON GUE, Goldsboro. 
CARL RICHARDSON HACKNEY, Wilson. 
ROBERT HODGES HACKNEY, Zeto Psi, Wilson. 
EDWARD HALE HAMILTON, Atlantic. 
GEORGE DEWEY HARDEE, Chi Psi, Whiteville. 



JAMES HENRY HARPER, Snow Hill. 

WILLIAM H. HARRELL, JR., Creswell. 

DAN GEORGE HARRIS, Shelby. 

DELA FLETCHER HARRIS, III, Sigma Chi, Sanford. 

EDGAR STANLEY HARRIS, Fayetteville. 



JIMMIE H, HARVEY, Kappa Alpha, Greensboro. 

JOHN IRVIN HARRISON, Raleigh. 

CHARLES NEWLAND HAUSER, Alpha Tau Omego, 

Fort Bragg. 
FRANK JORDAN HAWLEY, JR., Roonoke Rapids. 
CLARENCE FILLMORE HAYES, High Point. 



JOHN W. HEARN, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Monroe. 

WALTER DUFFY HEATH, Newport, 

EUGENE CHARLES HEIMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi, Miami 

Beach, Flo. 
PERRY CLEVELAND HENSON, Otto. 
BOBBY JOE HERRING, Winston-Solem. 



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JACK LEACHEN HERNIG, Pi Kappa Alpha, Monroe. 
JAMES ROBERT HICKMAN, Granite Falls. 
DEWEY HOYLE HINKLE, High Point. 
BAILEY WILLIAMSON HOBGOOD, Durham. 
JOSEPH WILEY HODGES, Kappa Alpha, Washington 



ROTHSCHILD HALSTEAD HOLDEN, Kappa Sigma, 

Durham. 
WILLIAM LESTER HOOD, Charlotte, 
ROBERT LESLIE HOPKINS, JR., Sigma Nu, Norfolk, Va. 
WILLIAM DONALD HORTON, North Wilkesboro. ' 
THOMAS ALLEN HOSICK, Winston-Salem, 



THOMAS PRESLEY HOUSER, JR, Lincolnton. 
JOHN LE ROY HOWARD, Greenville, 
RALPH WADLEIGH HOYT, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro, 
BONNOR EDGAR HUDSON, JR, Waxhaw, 
JUNIUS J IDOL, High Point, 



JOE ROBERT IVES, High Point, 

BASIL GEORGE JACKSON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A* 

lanta, Ga. 
JAMES CURTIS JARRETT, Salisbury, 
JAMES T, JENNINGS, Charlotte, 
ED WADE JERNIGAN, Dunn. 



RICHARD E JEWELL, Sanford 
CLYDE BRADLEY JOHNSON, Benson 
HARVEY WILSON JOHNSON, Chi Psi, Raleigh, 
JOHN A. JOHNSON, Sigma Nu, Warsaw, 
THOMAS EDWARD JOLLEY, JR, Sigma Nu, Rocky 
Mount. 



JOSEPH FREEMAN JONES, Winston-Salem. 
JULIAN CLEMENT JORDAN, III, Kappa Sigmo, Dan- 
ville. 
JOHNNY HENRY JOYCE, JR., Mayodan. 
E.MANUEL KATZIN, Winston-Salem. 
JAMES MORGAN KELLY, Chi Psi, Elizabethtown. 

JOHN DANIEL KENNEDY, Roleiqh. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN KIRBY, Raleigh. 

ROBERT LINK KIRK, Sigma Alpho Epsilon, Wmston- 

Salem. 
CHARLES WILLIAM KNIGHT, Lombda Chi Alpha, Wm- 

ston-Solem. 
EDWARD MONTGOMERY KNOX, JR, High Point 

SANFORD LEONARD KORSCHUN, Tau Epsilon Pi, 

Goldsboro. 
HARRY LINWOOD LAMM, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilson 
BERNARD O. LANE, Greensboro. 
GERALD BURDETTE LaSUER, Sigma Chi, Atlanta, Go 
HERALD ROWE LATHAM, Norfolk, Vo. 



WILLIAM JAMES LEINBACH, Sigma Chi, Winston- 

Solem. 
WILLIAM S, LEINBACH, New Bern 
WALTER EVAN LEONARD, Hickory, 
ELLIS HERBERT LEVINSON, Tau Epsilon Phi, Gostonio 
JAMES CHRISTOPHER LINGERFELT, Morganton. 



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STAHLE LINN, JR, Delta Koppa Epsilon, Salisbury. 
RONALD EDWARD LISS, Charlotte. 
I. MAYO LITTLE, Robersonville 

WILLIAM HENDREN LONG, Beto Theta PI, Wmston- 
Salem. 



TRACY Mcknight LOUNSBURY, JR, Wlnston-Salem. 
RICHARD TAYLOR LOWE, Mount Airy. 
MARVIN ELLIS LUTHER, Ramseur. 
AVERIS MONROE LYNCH, JR, Gastonia. 
WORTHAM CLARENCE LYON, JR., Sigma Chi, Dur- 
ham. 



ROBERT MocLAURIN MacDONALD, Little Rock, S. C. 
CHARLES BROADFOOT MacRAE, Delto Psi, New York, 

N. Y. 
ROBERT PHITER MacRAE, Alpha Tau Omega, Concord 
WILLIAM DAINGERFIELD MacRAE, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Concord. 
SIDNEY YANCEY McADEN, JR, Charlotte. 



JAMES HUGH McARVER, Gastonia. 
EDWARD JOHNSON McCAULEY, Burlington. 
WALTER LANE McCOLL, JR., Chi Psi, Albemarle. 
JOHN ADOLPH McCOMMAS, Elizabethtown. 
GRADY M. McCOY, Lexington. 



WILLARD LYNN MclNTOSH, Greensboro. 
EDWARD ARMAND McLEOD, Maxton. 
WILLIAM H. McLEOD, Monroe 
JAMES MAX McMANUS, Red Springs. 
FRANK ALEXANDER McNEIL, Aberdeen. 



SAMUEL THOMAS McTEER, Savannah, Go. 
JOHN WAYLAND MADDREY, Sigma Chi, Weldon. 
HARRY MAER, Pi Lambda Phi, Charlotte. 
SAMUEL HAYS MAGILL, Shanghai, China. 
JOHN T. MARSHALL, Greensboro. 



ARTHUR GILBERT MARSH, Alpha Tau Omega, High 
Point. 

FRANCIS B. MATTHEWS, Charlotte. 

THOMAS PAUL MATTHEWS, Raleigh. 

JOSEPH FRANKLIN MAURICE, Pi Koppa Alpha, Ham- 
let. 

GARLAND SEYMORE MAY, JR, Littleton 



RICHARD CHATHAM MAYBERRY, Kappa Sigma, El- 
kin. 
JOHN JACOB MEEDER, JR., Gatesville. 
CARROLL ROY MELTON, Morion. 
JOSEPH TAYLOR MELVIN, Greensboro 
EDWARD MICOL, Valdese. 



JOHN B MILES, Winston-Salem. 
BLANTON WALTER MILLER, Boone. 
JOHN EUGENE MILLOWAY, JR, Greensboro. 
JAMES BLAINE MILLS, Jameson, Mo. 
HENRY FRANKLIN MOORE, JR., Whiteville. 



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JAMES FLOYD MOORE, JR, Sigma Chi, Reidsville. 
WILLIAM TRACY MOORE, Greensboro. 
JAMES LANGSTON MORGAN, Greensboro. 
DANIEL BAXTER MORRIS, JR., Chi Phi, Foyetteville. 
ROBERT KNOX MORROW, Charlotte 



LEON RUDOLPH MORSE, Tau Epsllon Phi, Wilmington. 
SAMUEL CARTER MORTON, Delta Psi, Hopkinsville, 

Ky. 

HERBERT MOSKOWITZ, Wilmington. 
JAMES CLAYTON MOYE, Snow Hill. 
JAMES EDWIN MUNDEN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Smithfield. 



PAUL NELSON, Chi Psi, Tenafly, N. J. 
ROBERT NEWELL, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro. 
FLETCHER BURTON NICHOLS, JR., Charlotte. 
WILLIAM WARREN NORTHCOTT, High Point. 
JAMES STANTON NORTHRUP, JR , Alpha Tau Omego, 
Concord. 



ALBERT WOMBLE OAKES, III, Weldon 

JAMES HOWARD PARKER, Tarboro 

WILLIAM BAYLIES PARKER, JR, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Goldsboro. 
GENE BLANCO PARRISH, Benson 
HURLEY PARRISH, Durham 



EDWIN PATE, JR, Kappa Sigma, Laurinburg 

ROBERT FLYNN PAYLOR. Formville. 

ALVIN WARD PEACOCK, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 

SAMUEL W. PEARCE, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem. 

STANLEY WILLIAM PEARSON, Zeto Beta Tau, 
Kinston. 



CHAN MUNGER PEGRAM, JR, Pi Kappo Alpha, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

STUART ALFRED PELTZ, Tau Epsilon Phi, Newport 
News, Va. 

JOHN OLIN PERRITT, JR, Rocky Mount. 

ELY JACKSON PERRY, JR, Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 

AUGUSTUS WINNIETT PETERS, Zeta Psi, Wilson. 



THOMAS JEFFERSON PETERSON, JR , Savannah, Go 

NELSON S. POSNER, Shelby. 

JAMES V. POTRICH, Charlotte. 

HERBERT W. PRICE, Selma. 

JOE BROWN PROCTOR, Chi Psi, Whiteville. 



RANDALL WESLEY PROCTOR, Washington, D. C. 
JOE BILLY PUTNAM, Cherryville. 
JOHN ROLAND PYRON, Charlotte. 
CLIFTON LEE QUINN, Beoulaville 
WILLIAM KENAN RAND, JR, Phi Delto Theta, ! 
ham. 



MARION H. RANDOLPH, JR., Lexington 

WILLIAM McCLELLAN RAWLS, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Rockingham. 
ROBERT MARSHALL REAMS, Apex. 
DANIEL HOLT REAVES, Koppa Alpha, Graham 
FREDERIC RETCHIN, Wilmington. 



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CARTER LEE RHINEHART, JR., Canton. 
THAXTON RICHARDSON, JR., Greensboro. 
CLAYTON ROLAND ROBINSON, Sigma Nu, Norfolk, 

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GEORGE E. ROFFER, Atlanta, Go. 
lOSEPH EDGMON ROGERS, Washington. 



LATTIE MONROE ROGERS, JR, Mooresville. 
WILLIAM HAYWOOD ROGERS, III, Raleigh. 
JAKE L. ROSENBLOOM, Zeta Beta Tau, Rocky Mount 
CLYDE BUCHANAN ROSSER, Broadway. 
GLENN ALBERTSON RUGGLES, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Chevy Chase, Md. 



EDWARD WRAY RUSSELL, High Point. 

JOHN RUSSELL, Kinston. 

WILLIAM DORSETT RUSSELL, JR., High Point 

ELBERT STEPHEN RUTLEDGE, Phi Kappa Sigma, Win- 

ston-Salem. 
FRED STIMSON SAUNDERS, Aulander 



HAMILTON DAVIS SAVAGE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh 
FRANKLIN LONNIE SCHELL, Stotesville. 
MILTON MATTHEW SCHOTTLAND, Paterson, N. J. 
CHARLES BALDWIN SEWARD, JR, Phi Delta Theta, 

Marion, Va. 
CHARLES ANDERSON SHACKELFORD, High Point. 



ROYAL GRAHAM SHANNONHOUSE, III, Pittsboro 
MELVIN SHAPIRO, Pi Lambda Phi, Charlotte. 
WALTER H. SHAPIRO, Pi Lambda Phi, Charlotte 
DAVID SAMES SHARPE, Chapel Hill. 
CHARLES COLLINS SHAW, Henderson. 



MONCUE EAVES SIBLEY, Lumberton. 
RAYMOND R. SIMMONS, Winston-Salem, 
ROBERT LLOYD SING, JR, Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 
JOSEF SKLUT, Wmston-Salem. 

MARK RAYMOND SMERNOFF, Pi Lambda Phi, New 
Hoven, Conn 



CLAUDE ALFRED SMITH, Black Creek. 
CLYDE B. SMITH, Leaksville, 
JAMES ROBINSON SMITH, Kappa Sigma, Durham, 
THOMAS CLARKE SMITH, Alpha Tau Omega, West- 
field. N, J. 
ALBERT GILMER SNIDER, Denton 



HARRY R, SNOWDEN, Flushing, N. Y. 
GUY MITCHELL SPARGER, Mount Airy. 
JOHN RYON SPILLERS, JR, Winston-Salem. 
JOHN EDGAR STILLMAN, Franklin, Tenn, 
PHILIP McGARVEY STONESTREET, Mocksville. 



FLOYD BYRD STOUT, JR., Greensboro. 

LAWRENCE ALBION STOX, Wmferville. 

JERRY DALTON STRADER, JR., Chi Phi, Burlington. 

JACK D. STRATTON, Robbinsville. 

DAVID ROSCOE STROUD, JR., Mocksville. 



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JOSEPH BRADLEY STROUP, Gainesville. 
RALPH ALEXANDER SULLIVAN, JR., Winston-Salem. 
WILLIAM JOHN SUNAS, Sigma Chi, Durham. 
WADE TALMAGE SURRATT, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, 

Winston-Salem. 
JAMES EDWIN SUTTON, Greenville. 



WILLIAM HOBBS SUTTON, Wilmington. ' 
FRED LANE SWARTZBERG, High Point. 
AUBREY WHITE TALBERT, JR, Salisbury. 
BANKS COOPER TALLEY, JR., Bennettsville, S. 
FRED WESLEY TALTON, Clayton. 



DYER J. TAYLOR, Washington, D. C. 

LEWIS SUMNER THORP, Zeta Psi, Rocky Mount. 

ERNEST HAYWOOD TILLEY, Raleigh. 

WILLIAM E. TILLEY, JR, Durhom. 

WILBUR NELSON TODD Yadkinville. 



NED CALVIN TOWELL, Mooresville. 
HENRY TURNAGE TREVATHAN, Fountain. 
WILLIAM NELSON TRITT, Foyetteville. 
GLENN ELLIOTT TROUTMAN, Statesville. 
VIRGIL ARTEMUS TUCKER, JR., Moyodan. 



SIDNEY BUMPASS TURNER, JR, Durham 
WELLBIRD R TURNER, JR, Chi Psi, Rocky Mount. 
JAMES MALBON TWINE, Norfolk, Va. 
JAMES REIT2EL WAGNER, High Point. 
ARCHIE DUVALL WALKER, Wilmington. 



OLIVER P. WALKER, Rocky Mount. 
ROBERT RICHMOND WALKER, JR., Kerr. 
RICHARD T. WALL, Henderson. 
JOHN ROBERT WALTERS, JR, Reidsville. 
JIMMIE LEE WEATHERS, Shelby. 



ARCHIBALD JOHNSON WEBB, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Wilson. 
JOHN N. WEBB, Phi Gommo Delta, Wilson 
RYLAN CAMPBELL WEISNER, Olm. 
CAMEST LOTORGE WEST, Philadelphia, Pa. 
TED GRADON WEST, Lenoir. 



JOHN SUTHER WHICHARD, Phi Gamma Delta fnr^ei 

ville. 
MATTHEW JUDSON WHITE, JR., Elizabeth City. 
SAM T. WHITE, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville. 
EDWARD ARNOLD WHITLEY, Rutherford College 
CHARLES LEONARD WILDER, Zebulon. 



JOHN CLAUD WILKIE, JlR., Graham. 
JOSEPH S. WILLIAMS, Rocky Mount. 
NORWOOD ELWYN WILLIAMS, Wallace. 
RUTH CROWDER WILLIFORD, Elm City. 
ROBERT WILEY WILMOTH, Winston-Salem. 



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CLIFTON MONROE WILSON. JR., Aberdeen. 
JAMES B. WOLF, JR, Zeto Beta Tau, Shaker Heights, 



JOHN BENNETT WOODARD, Hamlet. 

JOHN FROST WOODHOUSE, Kappa Sigma, Virginio 

Beach, Va 
BERNARD DUKE WOODY, Concord. 




A sentimental journey to Baltimore — and the seats 
were few and far between. 



"We come down hyar to give you all a hill-country 
rendition of a little folk dance." 



The atmosphere behind those swinging doors. Playing for the sport of the game only— the true Navy way! Tie the bull outside, Charley, old boy. 

Anchors oweigh. Tor Heels — we're off to sink the Novy Blue. 



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Vice-President 

PAT BURGISS 
Secretary-Treasurer 

DAVID MASENGILL 
President 




The Schoo 



Enrollment in the Pharmacy School attained its highest mark this year, and a new 
faculty member, Dr. 0. H. Thompson, of Illinois, who added to the staff. The 1946-47 
year passed, leaving us all with a feeling of satisfaction for having been connected 
With the School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina 

The Student Branch of the North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association sponsored 
a series of student programs during their monthly meetings, to create student interest 
and participation in the organization. With new faces came new ideas and plans that 
were put into action. The social activities of the group added interest, a week-end get 
together was carried out, with a dance, picnic, and several parties. Group participation 
reached an all-time high, and we became a more compact unit than ever before, 
working and playing together. 



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In September, we initiated a year full of ambition and hope; we saw that ambition 
fulfilled and that hope unfold into reality. As a result, our goals soared into higher 
realms; and the year has ended with visions that will terminate in actuality. 

Officers of the Pharmacy School were: David Masengill, President; David Claytor, 
Vice-President; Patsy Burgiss, Secretary-Treasurer; Reeves Hawkins, Men's Council 
Representative, Class Officers were: Bill Welborn, Senior Class President; David 
Clayton, Junior Class President; Tom Collier, Sophomore Class President Ralph 
Rogers, Freshman Class President, 



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EMILY HARRIS ALITON 
Port Jervis, New York 

Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Epsilon, Secretary 
(2, 3, 4); Dally Tar Heel (I); Coed 
Senate (2, 3, 4); Student Legisloture 
(3, 4); Student Advisor (2, 3); Phar- 
macy Senate (2, 3, 4); Secretary of 
Pharmacy School (3, 4); Choirman of 
Leadership Training (3, 4); N. C. 
P^ A. 



MARION SIMS HAMER 
Lenoir 

Phi Delta Chi; Secretary-Treosurer of 
Pharmacy School (2); Football (I, 2) 
N. C P. A. 



FLORENCE BONNER HOFFMAN 
High Point 



HENRY RUFFIN HORNE 
Fayetteville 




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DOROTHY JEAN LYERLY 
Belmont 




PAUL BRANCH BISSETTE, JR. 

Wilson 

Phi Gamma Delta; Monogram Club 
(3); Baseboll, Manager (3). 



MARY FRANCES HARRIS 
Newbern, Tennessee 

Kappa Epsilon; Secretory-Treasurer of 
Class (3); Pharmacy Senate (2, 3, 4), 
Y, W. C. A. (2, 3). 



ELEANOR HOLDEN 
Bunnell, Florida 

Chi Omega; Valkyries (4); Y. W. C, A 
(I, 2, 3, 4); President of Pharmacy 
Girls' Association (3); Pharmacy Sen- 
ote (2, 3, 4), Coed Senate (3); Vice- 
President of Pharmacy School (3); 
Student Advisor (2); Chairman of 
Student Advisors (4); N. C P. A. (1, 
2, 3, 4); Rho Chi (2, 3, 4), President 
(3); Kappa Epsilon (1, 2, 3, 4); 
President (3). 



ARTHUR GEORGE KISER 
Asheville 



ELLEN H. MACON 
Mount Airy 

Kappa Epsilon, President (4); Phar- 
macy Girls' Association (2, 3, 4), 
Vice-President (3); Pharmacy Senate 
(3, 4); N, C P, A,, Treasurer (3). 



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Pharmacy 



DAVID WAUGH MASENGILL 
Bristol, Tennessee 

Kappa Alpha; Kappa Psi; President of 

Pharmacy Class (3); Rho Chi (4); 
Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 4); President of 
Pharmacy School (4); Pharmacy Sen- 
ote (2, 3); N. C. P. A. (4); Dean's 
Cabinet (3, 4). 



JOE T. RUSSELL 
Canton 
Kappa Sigma; Kappa Psi. 



MILDRED ELIZABETH SHOWALTER 
Raleigh 

Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club (2, 3, 4)- 
Y. W. C, A. (2, 3, 4); Rha Chi, Presi- 
dent (4); Pharmacy Senate (4); Phar- 
macy Girls' Association (3, 4), N C 
P. A. (3, 4); C, I. C. A, Treasurer 
(4). 



SHUFORD EVERETT SNYDER 
Swannonoa 
Kappa Psi. 



WILLIAM FOWLE WELBORN, JR^ 
Lexington 
President of Class (4). 




ALBERT PAUL RACHIDE 
New Bern 

Phi Delta Chi; Y M. C. A. (2, 3, 4); 

N^ C. P. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Pharmacy 
Senate (4). 



EULAN SHOOK, JR. 
Hickory 



ALLEN SINCLAIR 
Norwood 
Phi Delta Chi; President of Pharmacy 
School (3); Pharmacy Senate (4); 
Rho Chi; N. C. P. A. (3, 4); Dean's 
Cabinet (3). 



WILLIAM WEST TAYLOR 
Durham 

Kappa Psi (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); 
Rho Chi (3, 4), President (4); N C. 
P A. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); 
Pharmacy Senate (2, 3 4); President 
of Class (4). 



JOHN SAMUEL WILLIFORD 
Elm City 

Pharmacy Senate (2, 3)- N C P A 
'2, 3, 4). 



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Junior Class 




First Row 

SYBIL BERNADINE AUSTIN, Hatteros. 

DORIS BIZZELL, Greenville. 

EVELYN PITT BLANCHARD, Wallace. 

CHARLOTTE MAE BORDERS, Shelby 

WILLIAM CAIN BRANTLEY, Lambdo Chi Alpha, Ra- 
leigh. 



Third Row 
M,ARY ETHEL ELLINGTON, Charleston, S. C. 
OLIVER GLENN FLEMING, Phi Delta Chi, Smithfield. 
LACY EARL GILBERT, JR, Phi Delta Chi, Porkton. 
DORIS MARIE GILLIAM, Kappa Epsilon, Sanford. 
LEON LEWIS GORDON, Rutherfordton. 



Second Row 
BiLLY C. BROWN, High Point. 
PATSY ROY BURGISS, Kappa Epsilon, Sparta. 
BRAINARD MONROE BURRUS, Koppa Psi, Canton 
DAVID DORTCH CLAYTOR, Kappa Psi, Hillsboro. 
EVELYN LUCILLE EARL, Patterson Springs. 



Fourth Row 
LEON IRVIN GRAHAM, Roseboro. 

ELLERBE WILSON GRIFFIN. JR, Alpha Tou Omego, 

Kings Mountain. 

ROBERT BUCKNER HALL, Phi Delto Chi, Mocksville. 
LARRY CLAYTON HARRIS, Phi Delto Chi, Chffside. 
THOMAS REGINALD HARRIS, Phi Delta Chi, Cliffside. 



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First Row 
VIOLA RICHARDS HOWELL, Mount Airy. 
SAMUEL G. KOONCE, Alpha Tau Omega, Chadbourn. 
GEORGE W. MATHEWS, Asheville. 
MARYELLEN CORNELIA MILLAWAY, Burlington. 

JAMES WADDELL MITCHENER, Lambda Chi Alpha, 

Edenton. 



Third Row 
ROBERT HAWTHORNE SEABORN, Victoria, Vo. 
EDGAR FRANKLIN SEAGLE, Lincolnton. 
LINA M. SILVER, Alpha Gamma Delta, Block Mountain. 
EVELYN SHUGAR, Torboro. 
EVELYN LOVING STUTTS, Cameron. 



Second Row 

GEORGE DAYLON MORGAN, Clayton. 

EDWARD SHOLAR POWELL, Oxford. 

WINFIELD P. ROSE, Chapel Hill. 

CHARL H. SANDERS, Somerville, Tennessee 

IRWIN MATTHEWS SATTERWHITE, Lambda Chi Al- 
pha, Newberry, S. C. 



Fourth Row 

HERBERT AUSTIN TEMPLE, Jonesboro. 

CHRISTINE TUNSTALL, Apex. 

DANNIE D. UNDERWOOD, Clinton. 

STEVE CARTER CECIL UZZELL, Chi Phi, Black Moun- 
tain. 



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Sophomores 

ERNEST RUFFIN ANDERSON, High Point. 
JESSE HORACE BAKER, Winfoll. 
HARLEY ONEIL BENSON, Robbins. 



JIMMIE C, BOWERS, Morgonton. 
JAMES HOWARD BOYLES, Cherryville. 
CLIFTON SCOTT BRINKLEY, Hickory. 



HUBERT MORRIS COFFEE, Thomasville. 
WESLEY THOMAS COLLIER, Roanoke Rapids. 
PEGGY ANN COSTNER, Lincolnton. 



RAYMOND LEE CREEKMORE, Whiteville. 

ADRIAN MOULTRIE DAUGHTRIDGE, JR., Rocky Mount. 

MARY JANE FAILING, Belleville, N. J. 



CLARENCE McDONALD FERGUSON, Silver City 

JOSEPHINE BAKER FINCH, Alpho Gamma Delta, Black Mountain. 

CHARLES HOWARD GADDY, Ingold. 



WINDFIELD SCOTT GARDNER, Macon. 
WILLIAM HOWARD HARRELSON, Tabor City. 
ROBERT FRANKLIN HARRISON, Chodbourn. 



CHARLES BRUCE HAWKINS, Clyde. 
HAL BURGESS HAWKINS, Stafesville, 
CLELL LORRAINE HEATH, Cove City. 



RAYMOND EDWARD HEATH, Newport. 
WILLIAM Mc. HOWARD, Chapel Hill. 
BOYARD CLEVELAND JOHNSON, Bunn. 



CLARENCE ELBERT JOHNSON, Chapel Hill 
WILLIAM M. JORDAN, Asheville. 
WILLIAM WALTER JORDAN, Raleigh. 



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Sophomores 



RALPH LOYD KNOX, Charlotte. 

LEROY LANIER, JR., Wallace. 

HOLLAND BRAUDIS LEONARD, JR, Koppa Alpho, High Point. 



LAWTON WOOSLEY LONDON, Cherryville. 
JOHN DAVID LOWE, High Point. 
ROBERT Ml LAS MARTIN, Red Oak. 



HERBERT McKEITHAN, JR., Raeford. 
MARINA PETTWAY MOSELEY, Warrenton. 
DAVID SNYDER OVERTON, Sonford. 



THOMAS AIXEN PACE, Hendersonville. 
REX ALAN PARAMORE, Whiteville. 
GOLD BLANTON PROPST, Morganton. 



DANIEL EDWARD RHODES, Morgonton. 
HAROLD CLAYTON RICH, Garland. 
HAROLD EDWARD ROPER, Franklin. 



ROBERT McGILL ROSS, Bessemer City. 

VANN VANDERLYN SECREST, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Monroe. 

NORMAN WAGGONER SHERWOOD, Chapel Hill. 



VOLLIE ARTHUR SHORE, JR., Durham 

JEAN lOLA SNYDER, Alpha Gamma Delta, Hagerstown, Md 

JOSEPH CARSON SOUTHERN, High Point 



JOSEPH P. THORNE, Weldon. 

CLAUDE CAMERON WHEELER, JR., Wilson. 

BRUCE ALEXANDER WILLIAMS, Nashville. 



HARRY W. WILSON, Asheville. 
ROBERT C. WILSON, Hendersonville. 
MELVIN LEE YORK, Reidsville. 




Freshman Class 




First Row 
JARVIS MARION ALLIGOOD, Woshington. 
CARL JAMES BELL, JR., Gostoma. 
JANE BRADFORD, Greensboro. 

JAMES E. BROOKSHIRE, Phi Delta Chi, Winston- 
Salem. 
ARTHUR E. BROTHERS, Elizobeth City. 
HAROLD VINCENT CARTER, Leaksville. 
ARLISS RUDOLPH CULLER, Pinnacle. 
EDGAR MONROE DARNELL, Murphy. 



Second Row 
ARCH LYLE DAVIS, Roxboro. 
CAROLYN MAY DIETER, Durham. 
JAMES HENRY DOWDY, High Point. 
JAMES WILLIAM EDWARDS, Scotland Neck. 
F. NELL EVANS, Asheville. 
REGINALD CONWAY FERRELL, Nashville. 
OSBORNE FIELDS, Selma, 
WILLIAM GORDON FORREST. Wmterville 



Third Row 
HARVEY CLIFTON GREESON, Greensboro. 
JOHN COGDEIL HOOD, JR., Kinston. 
WILLIAM PITTS HORTON, Sanford. 
ROBERT EFIRD HOYLE, Cooleemee. 
CHARLES FLOURNOY JONES, JR., Oxford. 
FLOYD E. JONES, JR., Morehead City. 
JOHN LEE JONES, Canton 



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First Row 
WINFRED ALMORE KING, Mount Airy. 
RICHARD A. KNIGHT, Columbia, 
VIRGINIA LIMBAUGH, Asheville. 
OSCAR WALTER MILLS, Leaksville. 
WAYNE T. MITCHELL, Roseboro. 
MILTON ALVIN MOORE, JR., Tarboro. 
MALCOLM BAKER NICHOLSON, Torboro. 
WILLIAM MOOREFIELD PUCKETT, Fuquay Springs. 



Second Row 
ERNEST JOHN RABIL, Weldon. 
JOHN McMillan RANCKE, Lumberton. 
CAROLYN JANE REDMAN, Pilot Mountain. 
VICTOR LEE RIGGSBEE, JR., Charlotte. 
RALPH PEELE ROGERS, JR., Kappa Alpha, Durham, 
ROBERT EDGAR SCHARFF, Asheville. 
BERNIE MAURICE SHEFFIELD, Colfax. 
ANNA LUNDA SLACK, Raleigh. 



Third Row 
PHOEBE LLEWELLYN TART, Dunn. 
EUGENE McDonald USSERY, cognac. 
MARSHALL RAY VICKERS, Burlington. 
OLIN HENDERSON WELSH, Lumberton. 
EMILY JOAN WEST, Durham. 
RUSSELL LOWELL YOUNG, JR., Murphy. 



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School of Law 

Many lawyers in states far and wide, as well as 
most of Carolina's prominent lawyers, have at one 
time been students of the University of North 
Carolina Law School. Our Low School has the repu- 
tation of being one of the best, having turned out 
some of America's most outstanding politicians and 
lawyers. 

Distinctive features of the Law School are its 
well-known summer school, which presents recog- 
nized authorities on various subjects of low; and 
its student publication, The North Carolina Low 
Review. 



Louis Goylord, President of Law Association, 1947. 
William Pope, Secretary. 

Donald McCoy, Representative to Men's Council. 
Logan Howell, Editor-in-Chiet of Law Review, 1947. 
Cyrus Lee, Editor-in-Chief of Low Review, 1946. 
William Aycock, Associate Editor of Law Review. 
Cyrus Hogue, Associate Editor of Law Review. 




Third Year Law 



First Row: Donald W. McCoy, Hobart L. McKeever, Catherine S. Powell, August L. Meyland. Second Row: R. W. Bradley, D. M. McLelland, M. G. 
Pickord, London H. Roberts, George C. Price. Third Row: James R. Kirby, William R. Pope, D. J. Wolker, Hector McLean. Fourth Row: Jomes 
C. Cooper, Dugold Stewart, J. A. McAllister, M. B. Simpson, James D. Phillips. 




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First Row: William T. Crisp, William H. Burton, George T. Williams, John R. Jordan, Joe H. Barrington, 
Jomes S. Currie. Second Row: Herbert V. Bridgers, James R. Bailey, Roscoe M. Holland, Jack M. Harrill, 
William H. Chamblee. Third Row: Lenox P. McLendon, Bruce H. Caraway, Edgar S. Dameron, Elton 
Edwards, George A. Ayscue. Fourth Row: William A. Dees, Thomas S. Garrison, Max L. Childers, 
Thomas V. Cauble, Richard E. Britson. Fifth Row: William J. Allran, Henry E. Colton, William C. Friday, 
Robert H. Butler, George L. Grantham. 

First Row: Walton P. Birkheimer, Joe Trovis, Cvrus D. Hogue, Louis J. Poisson, Miles J. McCormick, 
Neill L. Britt, David McK. Hall. Second Row: Thomas G. Dill, Logan D, Howell, John T. Rendlemen, 
Clarence P. Shuping, Chorles L. Martin, Graham M. Carlton. Third Row: Fred B. McCall, Frank W. 
Hanft, Herbert R. Baer, Noel R. S. Woodhouse, Maurice T. Von Hecke, Thad H. T. Moser, Robert A. 
Farris, Owen G. Rodman, James C. Wallace, Fronk J. Heazel, Charles E. Mashburn. Fourth Row: John H. 
Briggs, Marvin J. Gatlin, Bennett M. Edwards, John P. Dalzell, Henry P. Brandis, Henry L. Harkey, 
Louis W. Goylord. 



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First Row: Norwood Robinson, Eugene C. Smith, Elizabeth Osborne, Robert G. Stocl(ton, William L. Smith, John W. Campbell. Second Row: 
James R. Todd, Alfred D. Word, James T. Pritchett, Robert L. Worren, Charles W. Gordon, Thomas M. Wells. Third Row: W. Terrell Webster, 
Gleoson Allen, Milton H. Gupton, Frank Grady, Robert L. McMillan, Elbert S. Peel. Fourth Row: Joseph C. Moore, John D. Roeder, Daniel D. 
Retchin, Williom A. Martin, Thomas R. Payne, Francis I. Parker. Fifth Row: Bill Neal, Jomes Taylor, Thomas Woody, Julius C. Barefoot, Felton 
M. Collier, Elsie M. Qumlon, Talmadge L. Narron. Sixth Row: Fletcher C. Mann, Charles F. Vance, Herbert Small, Ernest W. Machen, Robert 
S. Swoin, Arthur M. Utiey. Seventh Row: Jesse C. Sigmon, Nicholas Long, Preston W. White, Francis S. Taylor, Tom Mullen. 



First Year Law 




First Row: James A. Doddo, Kotherine L. Boone, Harvey Luck, Lee W. Settle, C. C. Canadoy, William Britt, Amalia M. lonora, William F. 
Barnes. Second Row: Hoyt P. Taylor, William H. Petree, Horry Fullenwider, Bill Lyons, Thomas B. Keys, Edward L. Coppola. Third Row: Bynum 
Hunter, Eupho 0. Brogden, Cale Burgess, Hugh Cosh, J. B. Lee, Robert Covington. Fourth Row: Walter Love, Williom Joyner, Rufus C. Hewitt, 
Lemuel H. Gibbons, Phillip R. Craver, Worth B. Folger, Harvey R. Kennedy. Fifth Row: Robert D. Little, Robert Kitrell, Richard A. Hollander, Wil- 
liom E. Elmore, Julius C. Smith, Charles F. Benbow, John R. Jorvis. Sixth Row: Michael L. Corr, Thomas F. Adams, Robert C. Hall, Marcellus 
Buchanon, Ted Hoigler, Paul Ridge, John E. Conner. Seventh Row: Sterling G. Gilliam, Robert A. Hedrick, Richord A. Cohan, Philip R. Hedrick. 



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"Preventive medicine dreams of a time when there shall 
be enough for oil, and every man shall bear his share of 
labor in accordance with his ability, and every man shall 
possess sufficient wealth for the needs of his body and 
the demands of health. 



MILTON JOSEPH ROSENAU 
Founder 1869-1946 

Distinguished Pioneer of Preventive Medicine 



"These things he shall have as o matter of justice and 
not of charity. 

"Preventive medicine dreams of a time when there 
shall be no unnecessary suffering and no premature 
deaths; when the welfare of the people shall be our high- 
est concern; when humanity and mercy shall replace 
greed and selfishness; and it dreams that these things 
will be accomplished through the wisdom of man. 

"Preventive medicine dreams of these things, not with 
the hope that we, individually, may participate in them, 
but with the joy that we may aid in their coming to those 
who shall live after us. 

"When young men have vision, the dreams of old men 
come true." 



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Schoo 

of 
Public 
Health 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
HEALTH EDUCATION 

First Row: Annie Ray Moore, Alon 
Cameron, Louise Herbolsheimer, 
Ana Correa, Rosario Voiles, Ruby 
Weeks, Luio Belle Highsmith. Sec- 
ond Row: Rosa Aguilo, Mildred 
Boyd, Harriet Hylton, Morcia Lane, 
Everett Aultman, Maria Vorelo, 
Vaughan Smith, Mary Sue Riser, 
Marion Riser, Jr., Margaret Newell. 
Third Row: Katherine Adorns, Alto May Power, W. Gordon Bunch, Moisie Bookhardt, Ralph 
Boatman, Mary Elizabeth Gruwell, Vernon Olsen, Ada Boyd, Jessie Moore, Maxine Shofer, 
Modeline McCoin, Ida Friday, Maribelle Farlow, assistant professor of Public Health Educa- 
tion; Joseph Stoton, H. B. Walker. Not Shown: Lucy S. Morgan, Professor of Public Health 
Education; Eunice N. Tyler, Associate Professor of Public Health Education; Fred deArmond, 
Louise Moorer, Myrto Ortiz, Haydee Olobarrieta. 




PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES— First Row: Mory Louise Free, Margaret Louise Brothers, Vera 
Mae Hughes, Sarah Parsons Gray, Vivian P. Bronhom, Anne E. Shipps, Statia Kowalski, Luda 
Joyce Heofner, Anno Cleo Mangum, Yora Miranda, Lydia Damascene, Mary Virginia Dant. 
Second Row: Mabel Hall, Betty Brown, Margaret Blee, Associate Professor; Maude Patrick, 
Gloria C. Peter, Ruth W. Hay, Associate Professor; Helen Rose Young, Helen Virginia Watts, 
Doris Louise Parker, Wanda A. Reeves. Third Row: Gay Wilson Currie, Mary Lee Donoho, 
Lucille E. Chase, Mary Alice Whitfield, Evelyn Brockinton, Beuloh B. McDoniel, Mary E. 
McMohon, Christine Anderson, Mary N. Corbett. Fourth Row: Ruth N. Bradley, Lena Tillman 

Geneen, Helen E. Ghormley, Doro- 
thy Carpenter, Ruby Lee Gibson, 
Fannie Sell, Anita Marie Harris, 
Mortha Aiken, Clyde M. Hogsed, 
Ethel V. Osterdahl, June D. Wat- 
son. Net Shown: Hattie Avery, Mary 
King Bailey, Marian Barber, Doro- 
thy Boone, Ida Cohen, Lucy Denny, 
Juanito Dodrill, Virginia Gideon, 
Eunice Goodman, Mabel Hall. An- 
nie Jo Hawfield, Thelma Hoffman, 
Catherine Layton, Lucille Lopp, 
Sarah Molpas, Mary Metter, Ann 
Odum, Dorothy Wells, Ernestine 
Winston, Elizabeth Wood, Pearl 
Yorbrough. 



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PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER 
TRAINING 

First Row: Dr. Domingos Corval- 
hedo, Inter-Departmental Foculty 
Colonel Charles C. Demmer, Visit 
ing Professor of Epidemiology; Dr 
A. Hughes Bryan, Professor of Pub 
lie Health Nutrition; Dr. Horold J 
Magnuson, Research Professor of 
Syphilology; Dr. Seymour P. Hal- 
bert, Assistant Professor of Experi- 
mental Medicine; Dr. John J. 
Wright, Research Professor of 
Epidemiology. Second Row: Dr. An- 
tonio Cruz, Dr. Alejandro Blandon, 
Dr. Benjamin Drake, Dr. Durvol 
Tinoco. 





DEPARTMENT OF 
PARASITOLOGY 

First Row: Dr. Bernard Riedel, In- 
structor of Parasitology; Dr. John 
E. Lorsh, Jr., Associate Professor 
of Parasitology. Second Row: Has- 
kell Tubiosh, Beatrice Madril, 
Margaret Gravatt, Betty Lou Lilli- 
gren, Joanne Thornton, Kathleen 
Jenkins, Secretary. Third Row: 
Frank Roth, Jr., Hazel Gilchrist, 
Barbara Wells, Samuel Kaufman, 
Elmer Chaffee. Not Shown: Sylvia 
Hunter, Leonard Thompson. 



DEPARTMENT OF SANITARY 
ENGINEERING 

First Row: William E. Bell, Hough- 
ton Pordee, H. G. Baity, Professor 
of Sanitary Engineering and Act- 
ing Dean of School of Public 
Health; Emil T. Chanlett, Assist- 
ant Professor of Sanitary Science; 
Rodrigo Puente, Antonio Mendes, 
Bernardo Fuentes. Second Row: 
Tude Bostos, Samuel Rogers, Raul 
Echeverrio, Theodore Noe, Fred 
Hobson, Gregory Hobbs. Third Row: 
Apostolos Koskinides, Morio Qui- 
ros, Brevitt Hook, Luis Miguel, 
Harold Elkin, Guilherme Miranda. 
Fourth Row: Claudius Walker, 
John Gove, Frank Barr. Not Shown: 
Creo Jones. 






SECOND YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS— First Row: Erie Peacock, Jr., Borbara C. 
Newborg, Robert C. Rood, Joyce Hinson, Robert R. Rosen, Thomas R. Newitt. Second 
Row: Sara Bennett, Cecil Dixon, Sarah Warren, Diana Thompson, William Blond, 
Dan P. Moseley. Third Row: Joseph D. Mayo, Williom C. Nungesser, P. Sweeney, 
Mary E. Matthews, Colvin C. Mitchener, Horry S. Anderson, Roy C. Rowe, Jr. Fourth 
Row: Robert R. Pittmon, James F. Newsome, James G. Tuttle, Edward Bradford, 
Harry G. Walker, John K. Robertson, Dee W. Smith, James L. Pate, Erwin H. Zim- 
merman, Leon T. Zientek. 



The School 
of medicine 



ROBERT C. ROOD 
Secretary Whitehead Society 

ERWIN H. ZIMMERMAN 
Treasurer Whitehead Society 



ERLE PEACOCK, JR. 

President Whitehead Society 



162 



The School of fTledicine 



CLASS OFFICERS 

THOMAS E. WALKER, Vice-President, First Year. 

C. ROY ROWE, JR., President, Second Year. 

RICHARD B. WILLINGHAM, Vice-President, 
Second Year. 

JOYCE I. HINSON, Secretary-Treasurer, Second 
Year. 

A. HEWITT ROSE, Secretary-Treasurer, First Year. 

JULIUS J. BAREFOOT, First Yeor. 




FIRST YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS— First Row: Dr. A. V. Jensen, Dr. C. D. Van Cleave, Dr. W. C. George. Second Row: Julius A. Mackie, John 
E. Lyday, Henry J. Livermon, Julian B. Coleman, Eugene V. Maynard, Verna Y. Borefoot, Dr. J. C. Andrews, Robert E. Mabe, Sherrod N. Woods. 
Third Row: Merlynn E. Borgstede, William E. Powell, Jr., Thomas F. Hudgins, Jr., William S. Cheek, Elmer E. Botts, Marion W. Fisher, Emily Tufts, 
Shirley L. Rivers, Stephen G. Hasty, James A. Ewort. Fourth Row: John A. Fleming, Jack T. Hoyle, Bote C. Toms, Jr., Edward G. McGoogon, Vonnie 
M. Hicks, Louis T. Kermon, Charles L. Saunders, James H. Galloway, Tyndall P. Harris, Dexter H. Lazenby, Jr. Fifth Row: Thomas E. Walker, 
Giles P. Corey, Robert R. Aycock, Robert L. Kemp, Marvin A. Bowers, Jr., James E. Williams, Jr., Henry T. Broadstreit, Jr., Earle F. Spaugh, 
D. T. Young, Frank G. Kuehn, Richard E. Rankin, A. Hewitt Rose, Julius J. Barefoot. 




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they make a group picture? . . . Gotta hurtin' 
all up and down my chest, doc. . . . The sys- 
tem, the system, the system. ... Is there a 
book store in Durham? . . . Weather forecast 
for Saturday afternoon: rain, in torrents. . . . 
And the Blue and White slid to victory. . . . 
A harvest moon hanging over the trees at the 
end of Franklin Street. . . . Run these books 
down to Ab's, pledge, and don't come back 
unless he has "Fortworth Jail" by Spike Jones. 
. . . George Paxton, "Doin' What Comes 
Not'rally." . . . "Just leave the oranges out 
there; Florida will need them the second 
half." . . . "We could use of couple of them 
between halves!" . . . Ziggy Ellman. . . . 
"Fallen Leaves" in the Arboretum. . . . Who 
is Wallace Wade anywoy? 







. . . "Con spring be far behind?" ... A young 
man's fancy — turns to exams. . . . Fraternity 
pins on summer dresses. . . . Serenades under 
dormitory windows. . . . Cricket serenade in 
the Arboretum. . . . And the hours that have 
belonged to night become part of the day. . . . 
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Hogan's end the first cold swims. . . . Blue jeans 
and fatigues on Franklin Street — midst first Easter 
bonnet appearances. . . . Lectures over heads in 
sleepy class rooms. . . . Engagement rings and sum- 
mer plans. . . . May Day in the Forest Theatre. . . . 
And another aspirin company makes a million when 
exam schedule is posted. . . . Prayers for the Yack's 
arrival. . . . Seniors will remember. . . . And "Hark 
the Sound" fades into the dusk of another yeaiS^ 
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The present form of student government as exercised on 
the campus of the University of North Carolina represents 
seventy-two years of conscientious effort toward student 
control of student activities. The essence of the functions 
of student government has been to match the liberality 
of our University with the acceptance of responsibility 
on both a personal and group basis Student Government 
operates through the utilization of two codes — the Cam- 
pus Code and the Honor Code. Our simplicity has been 
our strength. 




DEWEY DORSET! 
President of Student Body 



Our Student 






CHARLES WARREN 
Vice-President of Student Body 



JOHNNIE JONES 
Secretory-Treasurer of Student Body 



With the knowledge that something good can be 
mode great, it has been the object of student officers to 
improve and enlarge upon the operations of Student Gov- 
ernment. Self control goes farther than the interpretation 
of Honor, Student control of the social life, publications, 
and numerous student organizations make our system 
one which every student learns by using. Acceptance and 
utilization of full student government, respecting the 
rights and needs of all, has obtained for us a student gov- 
ernment which is rarely equaled. 

Major functions of Student Government have included 
orientation of entering students, making the students 



178 



conscious of all phases of their government, expenditure of student fees, and the 
hearing of reported violations of the Honor System. We look forward to better orienta- 
tion, not only for new students but for all who ore c part of government here at 
Carolina. 

Realizing that each student generation has its interpretation of student govern- 
ment, and knowing that returning veterans needed a special emphasis so that the 
needed type of interest could be generated in them. Student Government has been 
emphasized as a personal responsibility. Our system is and shall continue to be 
equal to the men of honor who shall insert their strong personal integrity into 
Student Government at Carolina. 



Government 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL— Seated: Blanche Jocobi, Barbara 
Cashion, Ray Jeffries, Chairman; Nonnie Morris, Nancy Laird. 
Standing: White Osgood, Ed Black, Bobby Broughton. Missing: 
Laurie Hooper. 





First Row: Frank Williams, 
Pete Pully, Bill Tote. Second 
Row: Frank Hill, Meredith 
Buel, Joe Johnson, Ed Wal- 
ker, Don McCoy. Not shown 
is Reeves Hawkins. 



The fTlen's Counci 



The Men's Council, working under the Student Council and parallel 
to the Women's Council, handles all cases of violation by men of the 
Honor Code and the Campus Code. The Council is composed of two 
seniors, two juniors, two sophomores, one pharmacy student, one med- 
ical student, one law student, one graduate student, and one hold- 
over member elected by the council which finishes its term in May. 
Closely allied with the Men's Interdormitory Council and the Men's 
Dormitory Councils, the group forms an important element of the 
Carolina system of self government. 

This year the Council directed the orientation of men students, 
giving special attention to problems of returning veterans, and the 
ever changing aspects of the university. It is the hope of the Council 
that governmental policies and the flexibility of the honor system at 
Carolina will continue to parallel the present expansion and ad- 
vancement. 

Officers were: Pete Pulley, Chairman; and Ed Walker, Clerk. 




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First Row: Bill Lloyd, Ann 
Robinson, Frances Golden, 
Jane Bentley, Donleen Mac- 
Donald. Second Row: Cathy 
Carlen, Marshall Spears, 
Dabney Little, Elizabeth 
Bornes. 




The UUomen's Council 




FRANCES GOLDEN 
Chairman 



The Women's Council is the judiciary body for oil Carolina coeds. 
The Council is composed of three juniors, three seniors, one graduate 
student and two women students elected at large. It handles all cases 
of violation by women of the Honor Code and the Campus Code, and 
tries to correct the source of any individual maladjustment. The 
Women's Council is an important phase of Student Government at 
Carolina, representing self-direction of students under the honor 
system. It is one branch of the tripartite system of government for 
women members of the student body, working with the Coed Senate 
and the Women's Interdormitory Council. 

This year the Council led the orientation of new women, hoping 
to impress each student with her individual responsibility for the ef- 
fectiveness of the Honor and Campus Codes and cooperated with the 
parallel organization, the Men's Council, and with the Student 
Council in making extensive plans for increased success of the 
"Carol. no way of life." 

The officers for the year were: Fran Golden, Chairman; Jane 
Bentley, Clerk. 



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Jimmy Wallace presents 
his side of the question 
to the Student Legisla- 
ture. 



Student Legislature 



In the summer of 1946, a revamped Legislature began operation 
under the new constitution with the task of developing a closer knit, 
more effective structure in the law-making branch of the Carolina 
student government. The Legislature's duties include levying, collect- 
ing, and distributing fees, appointing minor offices, making election 
laws, determining offenses against the Student Body, making and 
hearing recommendations from various subsidiary bodies and com- 
mittees, and promoting the general welfare of the student body. 

This year the comparatively young organization accomplished 
many things. With an initial goal for permanency in student govern- 
ment, a strong system of by-laws and rules was established, and a 
permanent office set up. A new Graham Memorial Board of Directors, 
a permanent Traffic and Safety Commission, and a Fact Finding 
Board were also created. 




CHARLES WARREN 
Speaker of the Student Legislature 



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On its list of plans for the spring quarter and next year 
the Legislature included projects such as adequately 
amending the constitution of U. N. C, settling the humor 
magazine question, popularizing student government 
through practical, effective legislation, and setting a 
precedent by leaving a real and essential foundation for 
the succeeding legislature. 

The Legislature, made up of fifty members, half of 
which are elected semi-annually, forms the only true 
cross-section of Carolina thinking. Presided over by the 
Vice-President of the student body, the Legislature will 
continue to work for honest expression of student in- 
terests and better student government. 

Members who served in 1946-47 and whose terms ex- 
pired before the picture was made, are: Flo Ann Roberts, 



Fran Walker, Jean Huske, Kat Norrell, Kit Coleman, 
Joan Miller, Alex Davis, Don Shropshire, Mike Morrow, 
Chuck Borton, Bob Ball, Joe Morris, Jack Gale, Clyde 
Stallings, Bob Kelly, John Surratt, and John Harvey. 

OFFICERS 1946-1947 

Charles F. Warren Speaker 

Tom Filer Speaker Pro-Tem 

Jim Wallace, Bob Morrison Parliamentarian 

Joe Byrd, Larry Berry Clerk 

Bill Miller Ways and Means Chairman 

Winston Broadfoot, Bob Collins Rules Chairman 

Don Shropshire, John Clompitt Elections Chairman 

Walt Stuart, Bill Mackie Finance Chairman 



The 1946-47 Student Legislature 





Senate 



Orientation for 
New Coeds 



The Coed Senate, legislative body for women students at 
Carolina, completed another successful year working 
towards better coed laws, orientation in these laws, and 
improved way of life for coeds. 

The Senate, composed of coed representatives elected 
in proportion to the number of women on campus, paral- 



lels the Student Legislature, and works through the pas- 
sage of bills, resolutions, and recommendations. 

Principal work this year included abolition of physical 
education for Senior girls, abolition of regular coed 
hours, presentation of the Coed Ball during orientation 
week, separate coed elections, on extensive leadership 



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training program, and assumption of and distribution of 
coed fees to coed organizations. A point system for extra- 
curricular activities was another of the major projects 
of the year. 

In 1946-47, new problems arose for this body to study 
and act upon. Chief of these was the status of married 
students and graduates living in town or in dormitories. 
The Senate worked towards better understanding and co- 
operation between the various groups of coeds, and tried 
to establish and enforce rules which were satisfactory to 
all groups concerned. 



The Senate has long been an important part of stu- 
dent government, acting as an appellate group to hear 
any complaints or suggestions from the coeds represented. 
Close connection is maintained between the dormitor'^j 
and sororities and the work of the Senate 

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE 

Sybil Goerch Powe Speaker 

Jerry Atkins Speaker Pro-Tem 

Blanche Jacobi Treasurer 

Mono Bensel Secretary 



First Row: Sally Lee, Ruth Evans, Eleanor Singletary, Ann Morris, Nonnie Morris, Betty Ann Green, 
Rosemary Cleveland, Second Row: Lib Clinard, Nancy Laird, Mono Bensel, Sibyl Goerch Powe, Jerry 
Atkins, Bettie Washburn, Jerry Hobbs, Mary Jim Neal. Third Row: Ann Robinson, Bit iiche Jacobi, 
Shirley Small, Helen Morrison, Judy Swain, Gloria Robbins, Peggy Rankin, Ann TrimbI , Dot Swain, 
Anne Rogers. 




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nrien's Interdormitory Counci 




THE 1946-47 MEN'S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL— The members are; Jomes Broyhill, Byron M. 
Osborne, Nelson Page, Frank Hassell, Jim Costleberry, Bob Spence, J. A. Applewhite, Jr., Frank Griffin, 
Clark Stallworth, William E. York, Bill Might, Bob Kelly, Fronk A. Holman, Emil Saleeby, Stanley 
Marczyk, Thomas I. Insley, Deuward Buttman, Alfred L. Hodges, Gilbert Britt, Edwin K. Walker, Paul A. 
Dulin, Nathan T. Dodson, Dallas D. Branch, Herman L. Baker, Richard W. Seaver, Donald Witter, 
Ray Jeffries, Jr., Dan McFarland, Robert Morrison, Jerry Davidoff, Hershell F. Snuggs, Oliver J. 
Beoman, Charles N. Reilley, Logon Howell, Mike Carr, Hunter Pak, Charles Donnell, Ben P. Robinson. 

ED YORK 
President 



The administration of men's dormitories at Carolina is 
left to a great extent to the Men's Interdormitory Coun- 
cil. The group is composed of the presidents of the dorms 
and the counsellors appointed by the University. Its main 
purpose is to make rules affecting the conduct of men in 
dorms, and to serve as a court of appeal to hear cases 
coming up from men's dormitory councils. 

OFFICERS 

Ed York President 

OIlie Beeman Vice-President 

Tom Insley Secretary-Treasurer 




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UUomen's Interdormitory Counci 




WOMEN'S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL— First Row: Katherine Norvell, Catherine Carlen, Nonnie 
Morris, Elizabeth Barnes, Mary Lloyd Brown. Second Row: Cecile Morgan, Augusta Pharr, Joanne Lowler, 
Virginia Wilson, Jo Farris, Harriette Clarke. 



CONSTANCE MORRIS 
Chairman 




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The Women's Interdormitory Council, mode up of the 
dormitory presidents and the sorority house managers, 
serves as a communication line between the coeds and 
the administration. The group makes rules governing 
coed conduct and, though it has no official legislative 
power, it interprets campus regulations and notifies the 
women of all temporary changes. 

The Council has sponsored social functions and acted 
as a link between the housemothers and the dorms end 
the women. 

OFFICERS 

Nonnie Morris President 

Cathy Carlen Secretary 

Elizabeth Barnes Representative to Honor Council 



187 



House Privileges Board 



The House Privileges Board, a creation of wartime necessity for regulation of 
the conduct of visitors to the campus, has become an advisory body, working 
with the Inter-Frcternity Council. 

Now that the fraternities have returned to a pre-war basis, the I. F. C. 
has resumed the work of setting up and enforcing agreements concerning 
visiting of coeds in fraternity houses. The H. P. B., consisting of the executive 
committee of the Inter-Fraternity Council and five representative coeds, 
now helps set up basic standards, and cooperates with the I F. C. as an im- 
portant branch of student government. 




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DICK BADHAM 
Chairman 



First Row: Jane Bentley, Jo Farris, Jerry Atkins, Peggy Rankin. Second Row: Art Aronson, Dick 
Badham, Bob McLellan, Whit Osgood. Missing: Leon Todd, Sybil Goerch Powe. 




188 



Student Rudit Board 




The Student Audit Board and its off;ce for student organization accounting 
was organized in 1931. The purpose is to foster a better supervision of the 
monies of all student organizations that receive student fees or use Univer- 
sity property. Other student organizations may voluntarily utilize the book- 
keeping and auditing service. In general, it is custodian of student fees. 

The student members of the board are Pete Pully, Chairman, Jim Lilly, 
and Carroll Money. The faculty members are Mr. J A Williams and Dean 
Fred Weaver. 



Pete Pully, Dean Fred Weaver, Jim Lilly, Corroll Money. 




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Graham ITIemorial 
Board of Directors 



Graham Memonol, the home of University students and 
center of extra-curricular activities, has a 1946-47 rec- 
ord indicative of wide expansion and reorganization. 
Under the guidance of director Martha Rice, the office, 
formerly boasting one assistant, now has been depart- 
mentalized and has a staff of ten. 




Spring concerts under blue skies offer release 
from the duties of the day. 



Regular programs of Graham Memorial include 
weekly bridge classes and tournaments and meetings of 
over one hundred and twenty-five student organizations 
Lounges on both floors are used for club parties and in- 
formal gatherings. The offices of the Daily Tar Heel, 




MARTHA RICE 
Director of Graham Memorial 



Students get a few minutes — or a few hours 
of relaxation with the cards. 



the Corolino Magazine, and the Yackety-Yack are also 
located here, as are the student government offices. 

Several new projects this year were the creation of a 
travel agency, establishment of a darkroom and classes 
in photography, redecorotion of the Candlelight room, 
and creation of a Graham Memorial dance band under 



190 



the direction of Ned Reap. The "Dream Serenaders" was 
created to provide music for large or small parties as well 
as to play in the Candlelight Room. 

The travel agency's service is available to all stu- 
dents, making complete arrangements for any trips by 
air or rail. Likewise, the use of the darkroom is free to all 
students. 

Under the auspices of Graham Memorial several ar- 
tists were presented, and two dances were held. Graham 



Memorial also directed the annual Sadie Hawkins day 
in November. 

The Board of Directors, which works as a link between 
organizations, faculty, and the staff, changed its per- 
sonnel in the winter quarter, and became a smaller, more 
effective unit. This was done to facilitate working for 
better student activities and recreation. 



NED REAP and his Grahom Memorial Dream Serenaders furnish music for dancing in the 
CandleMghf Room. 





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ROBERT MORRISON 
Chairman Publications Union Board 




The 

Publications 

Board 



The Publications Board was established some twenty years 
ago and is organized to cooperate with the printers, con- 
tractors, and engravers in order to insure an orderly finan- 
cial condition in the business of the three campus publi- 
cations. 

This year the Board approved contracts, complied 
with new schemes so that the Carolina students could re- 
ceive more for their publications fee, and investigated 
features of new business procedures. The Board is proud 



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194 



of its characteristic refusal to exert any editorial con- 
trol over any of the three publications, The Daily Tar 
Heel, The Yockety-Yock, and The Carolina Magazine. 

Much interest in the Board was aroused this year, 
with resultant improvement in policies, and a clarifi- 
cation of the important work of this group. 



Faculty members ore Professors Olson and Gotten, 
and Dr. J. M, Lear is the advisor. 

OFFICERS 

Robert Morrison President 

Tookie Hodgson Secretary 

Roy Conner Treasurer 



Dr. J. M. Lear, Advisor; Dr. Lyman Gotten and Dr. W. A. Olson, Faculty Representatives; Howard Merry, 
Robert Morrison, Tookie Hodgson, Student Representatives. 




^Le 1947 

Yackety Yack 





JEAN ASHCRAFT HUSKE 
Business Manager 




GENE HALL JOHNSTONE 

Editor-in-Chief 



Our footprints lead from November, a few sheets of copy 
paper and a few photographs, to the book which you now 
hold in your hand. We have tried to march through each 
month of 1946-47, establishing a permanent record of 
your Tar Heel days, so that you may recall many of the 
little things, as well as the big, which this changing year 
has witnessed. You and I have seen Carolina at her great- 
est; we have watched her challenge goals and rise to 
triumph in heretofore undreamed-of spheres of expecta- 
tion. _We on the staff hope we have given you something 
more of which to be proud; we are proud that our foot- 
prints have been imbedded between these covers. If our 
feet have not met yours, it is due to 14,000 feet having 
had more courses than this one volume could chart. Our 
editors have done their best, and now they ask that you 
retrace their footprints and imbed them even deeper in 
the paths of Carolina. 



Hubert Philpott, Junior Class Editor 
Bill Moffitt, Assistant Editor 
Peter Gerns, Assistant Editor 
Ruth Evans, Managing Editor 



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The 1947 Yackety Yack Staff 

GENE HALL JOHNSTONE Editor-in-Chief 

JEAN ASHCRAFT HUSKE Business Manager 

ELIZABETH ANNE BARNES Associate Editor 

RUTH EVANS Monaging Editor 

SID McADEN Assistant Business Manager 

BILL MOFFITT, PETER GERNS Assistant Editors 

LES BODDEN Photography Editor 

Art Melton ond Allen Gant, Assistants 

WINKIE ANDREWS Art Editor 

Allen Kauffmon, Assistant 

Bettie Washburn. Senior Class Editor 

Fronces Law ond Jean Thompson, Typists 

Hubert Philpott Junior Class Editor 

Hordinge Menzies Sophomore Class Editor 

Bill Shrogo Freshman Class Editor 

Posey Emerson Activities Editor 

Donnie MacDonald, Augusta Pharr, John Norwood, and Phil Couch, 
Assistants 

Hoi Bursley Fraternity Editor 

Ike Belk, Assistant 

Rue Guthrie, Jean Stoutenburg Sorority Editors 

John Kerr Sports Editor 

Irwin Smallwood, Fred Flagler, Jack Girord, Carroll Poplin, and 
Gil McLeod, Assistants. 
Cottie Leo Holt, Ben Beale, Pat Lane, 

Kitty Miller, Eleanor Singletary Dance Section Editors 

Fofi Holsey Outline Editor 

Jock Burney Office Manager 



BETTIE WASHBURN 
Senior Class Editor 




irst Row: Posey Emerson, Winkle Andrews, Sid McAden, Fofi Holsey, John Norwood, Hordinge 
Aenzies, Donleen MocDonold. Second Row: Rue Guthrie, Frances Law, Eleanor Singletcry, Kitty Miller, 
en Beole, Pat Lone, Jean Stoutenburg. Standing: Lou Galium, Gottie Leo Holt, Peter Gerns, Hubert 
hilpott, Les Bodden, Hal Bursley, Jack Girard, Bill Moffitt, John Kerr, Art Melton, Jock Burney, Jean 
'hompson, Ruth Evons. 




SID McADEN 
Assistant Business Manager 




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WILLIAM WOESTENDIEK 
Editor 



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For the first time since the war the Daily Tar Heel com- 
pleted a year of daily publication. A four-page, eight- 
point type paper, the DTH is read by Carolina students 
every morning except Monday. 

The Daily Tar Heel is proud of its record as the only 
college daily in the southeast, and the oldest college daily 
in the entire south. Its policies ore guided by the purposes 



WILLIAM SELIG 
Business Manager 



EDITORIAL STAFF— First Row: Roland Giduz, Earl 
Heffner, Bill Woestendiek, Eddie Allen, Irwin Small- 
wood. Second Row: Darley Lochner, Horry Snowden, 
Tommie Gates, June Sauer, Joy Blumenthal, Jane 
Page Mears, Glenno Ange, Roney Stanford, Third 
Row: Barron Mills, Bob Goldwoter, Ken Rothwell, 
Billy Cormichoel, Tinsley Campbell, Gil McLeod. 




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of providing the campus with o newspaper for the entire 
student body, keeping the students in close touch with 
daily events on the campus, and furnishing them an ac- 
curate, unbiased account of the Carolina passing parade. 
The DTH is the most cohesive unit on the campus, and 
plays a vital role in uniting the student body and cement- 
ing relations between the students and the University. 
It IS a newspaper published for, and written by the stu- 
dents, with student interests uppermost. 

As a true voice of the student body, the newspaper 
has a staff made up entirely of students, and presents 
channels for many endeavors . . . from crossword puzzles 
to world affairs. 

Augmented by a United Press teletype service, the 
Daily Tar Heel brings world and local news to the campus 
all day and all night. 

Editor this year was Bill Woestendieck, who was aided 
by Managing Editor Roland Giduz. Irwin Smallwood edited 
the sports page. 



BUSINESS STAFF— First Row: Howard Bailey, Noncy Wough, Bill 
Selig, Ed Pornetl, Burt Myers. Second Row; Sarah Malpas, Suzanne 
Barclay, Natalie Selig, Barbara Thorson, Ellie Rodd, Lawrence Clem- 
ents. Not Shown: Julia Moody, Mary Jo Coin, Bettie Cheatham, Lois 
Clarke, Eaton Holden, Janet Jolly, Alice Logan, Colen Thomas, Mary 
Sledge, Brantley McCoy, Jim Wolfe. 



Bill Selig served as Business Manager, and Burton 
Myers directed the circulation department. A large staff 
of representative students wrote news, features, and edi- 
torials, thus gaining a valuable chance for journalistic 
experience. 

Carolina is proud of the record of the DTH, and its 
brood circulation and recognition. We appreciate it as the 
means of announcing "Happy Days" and "U, N. C. Wins." 




ROLAND GIDUZ 
Managing Editor 





IRWIN SMALLWOOD 
Sports Editor 




FRED JACOBSON 
Editor-in-Chief 



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The Carolina Mag, celebrating its one hundred and fourth 
anniversary with renewed energy and greater results, 
strives to combine the literary, humor, art, and photogra- 
phy talents of the student body. By giving creative stu- 
dents a concrete opportunity to develop their talents, 
the magazine works towards worthy significance among 
college publications 

This year, amid much debating on policies and nature 
of fiction, features, layout, content, and editorials, eight 
issues were presented to the student body on schedule. 

Under the guidance of Fred Jocobson, the Mag tried 
to combine lively humor and cartoons with a serious in- 
terest in international affairs and world citizenship. 

The climax of the year's work was the presentation 
n the spring of an international issue honoring all foreign 




EDITORIAL STAFF— 
Seated: Winky Andrews, John Sink, 
Violet Fidel, Julia Ross. Standing; 
Gilbert Ferguson, Joe Davis, Mar- 
garet Whitney, Bill Ballew. 



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universities. This project was the culmination of gradually 
increased emphasis on government, citizenship, leader- 
ship, and unity. 

In one of the early spring issues an unusual section 
featured several Carolina coeds modeling clothes and 
photographed against Chapel Hill backgrounds This 
feature, which was a novel idea designed to give student 
photographers a chance to try some new work, and to 
picture local modeling talent, marked a forward step in 
originality and new trends. 

A large staff of contributors and workers was under 
the leadership of managing editor Jud Kinberg and liter- 
ary editor Betty Ann Green. Ben Perlmutter managed the 
business staff, while Winky Andrews directed the art 
work. 



JUD KINBERG 

Managing Editor 




DICK SEAVER 
Literary Editor 




BUSINESS STAFF — First Row: Florence Newman, Margaret Jean Taylor, Barbara Biggers, Jean 
Eisenkoff. Second Row: Charles Foley, Anne Hamlin, Frieda Deans, Geraldine Williamson, Mel Cohen. 







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The Town Girls' Association forms an important part of 
coed activities at Carolina. Organized several years ago, 
the TGA endeavors to help Chapel Hill girls become well 
integrated into campus life. It urges participation in ex- 
tra curricular activities and supports athletic teams in 
intramurals. 

Several social events highlighted this year's work, in- 
cluding picnics, hayrides, and a dance in the spring. The 
group also held forum supper meetings. 

Officers were: Barbara Cashion, President; Marian 
Stoudemire, Vice-President; Mary Bright Jernigan, Sec- 
retary; Betsy Anne Barbee, Treasurer; Josephine McMil- 
lan, Social Chairman, 




BARBARA CASHION 
President 




First Row: Josephine McMillan, Bill Lloyd, Margaret McCarthy. Second Row: Hope Finley, Anne Rogers, 
Morion Stoudemire, Barbora Cashion, Mary Bright Jernigan, Mary E. Pell. Third Row: Ruth McMichael, 
Sylvia LeClaire, Evelyn Hamburger, Frances Green, Co.oline Warren, Jane Rogers. 



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Ruby James is crowned queen of the Val- 
entine's Day dance at the Vets' Club. 



University 

Veteran's 

Rssociation 



The footprints that cross these pages are particularly appropriate for 
the University Veterans' Association Men who left footprints in Nor- 
mandy, Italy, Africa, Chino, ond the South Pacific have returned to 
school to start again where they left off. With them they brought 
ideas of fellowship, political advancement and educational betterment, 
but even more, a determination to see that these ideas took root The 
UVA is composed of such men. 

Under the leadership of President Jim Chesnutt, the Association 
increased its membership to more than a thousand. A petition to 
Governor Cherry resulted in the maintenance of present dormitory 
rent rates. Under the auspices of the Association, General Anthony 
McAuliffe addressed the students on Armistice Day. Bills concerning 
veterans' subsistence and educational programs were passed. The As- 
sociation's club house became known as one of the finest student 
recreational centers. A November election put Roy Moose In the posi- 
tion of command. The UVA looks back on a good year, but it is look- 
ing forward to becoming an even more vital organization on the 
campus. 

Officers were: Roy Moose, President; Hugh A. Wells, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Pat Connelly, Secretary; John Temple, Treasurer. 




Front Row: Judson Mease, Roy Moose, Patricia Connelly, Hugh A. Wells, James A. Dean. Second Row: 
Jim Forlow, Tom Cole, John Temple, Dudley Partrick. 



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First Row: Jean Thompson, Gloria Robbins, Blanche Jacobi, Betsy Ann Borbee, Jerry Hobbs, Mory Lloyd 
Brown, Non Guy. Second Row: Sarah Pearson, Bettie Washburn, Betty Vashow, Betty Jo Blonton, Lola 
Mustard, Mary Swonn, Nina DeBerry, Margaret Cole. 




Carolina Independe 



The Carolina Independent Coed Association was organized in 1941 
by thirty-four "Stray Greel<s" and independent coeds who felt the 
need of a coordinating body for non-soronty women, its purposes are 
the promotion of good will and fellowship among all coeds through 
sponsorship of social functions, the creation and stimulation of coed 
interest in campus affairs, and the provision of organized support 
for qualified independent candidates in coed elections. 

Since its founding, CICA has earned the reputation of a demo- 
cratic group working for the benefit of all Carolina. This year the 
organization has successfully undertaken several worthwhile proj- 
ects. Working with Pan-Hellenic Council, the group presented a 



BETSY ANN BARBEE 
President 



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First Row: Chick Slack, Jane Redman, Joy Blumenthal, Evelyn Shugar, Scotty Dellinger. Second Row: 
Lucy Knox Jordan, Sylvia le Clair, Nina Belle Redditt, Tet Hoffner, Leila Josephs, Charlotte Johnston, 
Frankie Vance, Ellen Price. Third Row: Barbara Biggers, Elizabeth Thomas, Lucy Evans, Beverly 
Morrison, Dee Oakey, Lib Cox, Ruth Mollaun, Laura Powers. 



Coed Association 



fashion show and party during orientation week at the opening of 
the fall quarter, and the Sadie Hawkins Day parade was under the 
direction of CICA. 

A February fashion show and cooperation in the staging of the 
May Day pageant were the main projects for the spring. 

Officers for the year were: Betsy Ann Barbee, President; Blanche 
Jacobi, Vice-President; Jerry Hobbs, Secretary; Mildred Showalter, 
Treasurer. 

The Executive Committee consisted of the above officers and the 
following girls: Bettie Washburn, Jean Thompson, Betty Jo Blanton, 
Betty Vashaw, Alice Flory, Mary Lloyd Brown, and Gloria Robbins. 




BLANCHE JACOBI 
Secretary -Treasurer 



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Y CABINET— Earle Page, Bill Poteat, Bill Gulley, Coye Rogers, Mead Degges, Larry Berry. 



Y. m. C. R. 




"In fellowship of the Christian Church they seek to un- 
derstand the will of God through worship, study, and 
action/' This purpose is always held before members of 
the Y. M. C. A. 

The organization sponsors series of forums and discus- 
sions on human relations, and directs projects of com- 
munity service and welfare. It cooperates with the 
Y. W. C. A., and this year a joint delegation was sent to 
several national conferences during the Christmas holi- 
days. The local World Student Service Fund campaign, a 
project shared by students all over the world, was held 
again this year. Members of a great national-interna- 
tional organization, the local chapter is active in many 
fields end has a membership of two thousand. 

Serving as President this year was Don Broad, and as 
Vice-President, Earl Page Coye Rogers was Secretary, 
and Larry Berry was Treasurer. 



DON BROAD 
President 



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First Row: Marcella Harrer, Julia Ross, Margaret Whitney, Gene Wilkins, Janet 
Johnston. Second Row: Marshall Spears, Ann Wiedemon, Carlisle Cashion, Joanne 
Lawler, Jane Bentley. Third Row: Martha Whitner, Ann Rogers, Mac Cushman, 
Virginia Gaston, Gay Morenus, Mrs. Betty Rose Dowden. Fourth Row: Anne Morris, 
Gladys David, Sora Tillett, Tommie Holden, Kit Coleman, Alice Summers. Fifth Row: 
Helen Morrison, Judy Swain, Horriette Clarke. 



The Y. W. C. A. assists women students in having a more 
abundant and creative life and in making college life 
more meaningful. 

This year the Y. W. sponsored the World Student 
Service Fund drive which had a quota five times larger 
than any other year. It also conducted drives for funds 
to combat cancer and tuberculosis. 

Two delegates were sent to the National Y. M.- 
Y. W. C- A. Assembly at Urbana, Illinois. Delegates were 
also sent to the state leadership training conference, to 
the Religion and Labor Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, 
and to the regional Y. M.-Y. W. C. A. conference in Be- 
rea, Kentucky. 

The group has been working in close cooperation with 
the Y. M. C. A. in view of forming a Student Christian 
Association. 

Regular activities included bi-weekly supper forums, 
dormitory vesper services on Wednesday nights, and cam- 
pus sings in the spring. 

The officers were Carlisle Cashion, President; Jane 
Bentley, Vice-President; Marshall Spears, Membership 
Chairman; Ann Wiedeman, Corresponding Secretary; Jo 
Lawler, Treasurer. 




CARLISLE CASHION 
President 



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Dialectic Senate 



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First Row: Horace Abernothy, Maurice Braswell, John Brock, John Ehle, Tom Eller, David Ferebee, 
William Harding. Second Row: Clifford Norton, Benton Johnson, Russell Johnson, Charles Long, Al 
Lowenstein, Dan McForland, Bill Mockie. Third Row: Dick Owen, Walter Roberson, Garland Scruggs, 
Don Shropshire, Harold Suits, Kirby Sullivan. 



With the accent on renovation, the Dialectic Senate has recorded another active 
and successful year. The return of old members, the redecoration of the hall, 
and a revised constitut'on have brought the Di a busy year, with activities rang- 
ing from national to local interests. 

The Senate, established in 1795, and boasting such members as James K. 
Po'k, Zebulon Baird Vance, Frank P. Graham, Robert T. House, Thomas Wolfe, 
and William R. Davie, founder, is the oldest forensic society in the South, and is 
one of the oldest in the nation. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in parlia- 
mentary discussions, or debating. Its portrait collection is well known nationally 
OS one of the finest of its kind ever established. 

This year the emphasis has been on local projects and problems, with ex- 
tensive agitation for better student government Other projects have been the 




DON SHROPSHIRE 
President 



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county-to-county campaign by students for State As- 
sembly passage of Frank Graham's oppropriations bill for 
the University; investigation of existing high school de- 
bating systems with view to suggesting improvements, 
and the sponsorship of a delegation to the tenth annual 
State Student Legislative Assembly in Raleigh. At this 
meeting Don Shropshire, president of the Di, was named 
Speaker of the Assembly. 

With a membership including many outstanding 
leaders on campus in political and government fields, the 
Di hopes to continue to rebuild and enlarge, improving 
on its already established name as one of the most out- 
standing organizations on campus. 



OFFICERS— FALL TERM 

Don G, Shropshire President 

Tom Eller President Pro-Tem 

Don McForlond ' Critic 

E. Maurice Braswell Clerk 

Clifford Horton Treasurer 

Eddie Black Sergeant-at-Arms 

OFFICERS— WINTER TERM 

Don G. Shropshire President 

Dan McFarland President Pro-Tem 

Bill Mackie Critic 

E. Maurice Braswell Clerk 

Clifford Horton Treasurer 

Russell Johnson Sergeant-at-Arms 



OFFICERS: Clifford Horton, Bil 
Braswell, Kirby Sullivan. 



Mackie, Russell Johnson, Dan McFarland, Don Shropshire, Maurice 





ROBERT MORRISON 
Speoker 



Seated: Bob Morrison. Second Row: John Giles, Margaret Jean Taylor, Peter Gerns, 
Charles Brift, Lester Sneed. 



Philanthropic Rssembly 



Organized in 1795 after the principles of Jeffersonian 
democracy, the Philanthropic Assembly has played a 
leading part on our campus for thirty-seven student gene- 
rations. Casualty of the last war, it was re-activated by 
Bob Morrison and a committee composed of members of 
the Tar Heel staff in 1945 to again serve under its motto 
"Love of knowledge, virtue, and science." 



During the past year the assembly has taken a vigo- 
rous, though not always affirmative, stand on important 
economic and political aspects, such as taxation, com- 
munism, and international affairs; on its agenda were 
also matters vitally concerned with student legislation 
and government. One of the questions attracting out- 
standing attention was the argument for or against the 



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renewal of the publication of a quarterly humor maga- 
zine. 

The aims of the Phi are to formulate a better under- 
standing of public affairs, develop the art of public 
speaking and to be a sober medium for the interchange 
of ideas. 

The assembly hall was newly-pointed during the past 
term in the traditional "Phi-white" and is again deco- 



rated with part of the Phi's own $100,000 portrait col- 
lection. 

The officers of the Phi were: Bob Morrison, Speaker; 
John Giles, Speaker Pro-Tem; Peter Gems, Parliamen- 
tarian; Margaret Joan Taylor, Clerk; Orren Hyman, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Lester Sneed, Sergeant-at-Arms; 
Charlie Britt, Treasurer. 




First Row: Margaret Goodman, Jim MocNeider, Elaine Patton, Bob Morrison, Margaret Jean Taylor, 
Peter Gerns, Bill Hoffman. Second Row: John Giles, Chester ZumBrunnen, Charles Britt, Adelia 
Poindexter, Jim Hall, Orrin Hyman, Lester Sneed, Bryan Griswold. 




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The International Relations Club was organized to better 
inform the students of the University on international re- 
lations. Through the medium of lively weekly discussions, 
faculty forums, and public opinion polls on campus, the 
I. R. C. keeps up a working interest in world affairs By 
sponsoring noted speakers they make available to the stu- 
dents new ideas and well formed opinions. With letters 
to Senator Vandenberg, Jirfimy Byrnes, and Barnard Ba- 
ruch they asked and gave opinions, and expressed sup- 
port of policies. Dr. Nigia Izzedlin, foremost Arab scholar, 
was one of this season's outstanding guest speakers. 
The I. R, C. is an active group that encourages on active 
part for students in International affairs. 

OFFICERS 

Betty Ann Green President 

John Briston Vice-President 

Mary Lloyd Brown Secretary 

John E Davenport Treasurer 




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BETTY ANN GREEN 
Chairman 



The International Relations Club 



First Row: Robert Rolnik, John Phil Couch, Wilham Mackie, Lloyd Niles, Kenneth Cruse, Ben Johnson. 
Second Row: Peggy Rankin, William Ed York, John Bristow, Betty Ann Green, Mary Lloyd Brown, John 
E. Dovenport, E. B. Jeffress, Vincent Williams. Third Row: June Sauer, Mary J. Parrish, Jo Forris, Mimi 
Massey, Herbert Bodman, Basil Sherril, Howard Turnage, Peter Gerns. Fourth Row: Lincoln Kan, Hal 
Elkin, William Cegapion, Mercer Simmons, John Burwell, Ernest Hicks, Stuart Lucas, Ernest Horriil, 
Henry Randall. 




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E. B. JEFFRESS 
Vice-Chairman 




United States Senator Glen 
Toylor, who spoke at the 
University under the ouspi- 
ces of the C. P. U. 



Carolina 
Political Union 



The Carolina Political Union, with a membership of 
twenty-five non-pcrtiscn students, has long been known 
throughout the south as a leading organization to stim- 
ulate political thought, and to provide channels for the 
expression of that thought. The members represent ten 
states and a myriad of views on such issues as the new 
Republican Congress, Education, China today, U. S. -Rus- 
sia Relations, and labor-management problems. 

Well-known in Washington, the Union brought Sena- 
tor Glen Taylor, Senator Wayne Morse, and Representa- 
tive John F. Kennedy as speakers, presenting them in 
addition to holding weekly Sunday night round table dis- 
cussions. The CPU Round table, a column airing mem- 
bers' views, appeared in the Doily Tar Heel again this 
year. 

The three faculty members are; Dr E J. Woodhouse, 
Dr Howard K. Beale, and Dr. W. Carson Ryan. 

Officers are: Jerry Davidoff, Chairman; E. B. Jeffress, 
Vice-Chairman; Robert E. Jones, Secretary; William 
Kemp, Treasurer. 



First Row: Jo Fishel, E. B. Jeffress, Jerry Davidoff, Meg Healy. Second Row: Dr. H. K. Beole, Manny 
Margolis, Peter Gerns, Ken Criise, Billy Britt, Dr. Woodhouse. Third Row: Ben Perlmutter, Jay Foss, 
Dick Stern, Charles Berman, Bill Hoffman, Joe Allen, E. 0. Brogden. 




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Men's Gtee Club 



fTlen's Glee Club 



Under the direction of Paul Young the Men's Glee Club has completed 
another successful season. Greatly reinforced by the influx of veterans, 
the club had a full schedule opening with the University Day program 
in October, A highlight of the year was the Christmas Concert in 
December, a combined program with the Women's Glee Club. A tour of 
several cities of the state was another main event, a trip in April to 
women's colleges in Virginia, and the Spring concert on campus. 



OFFICERS 

Andrew Griffith President 

William Smith Vice-President 

Charles Stanford Secretary 

Richard Cox Business Manager 

Dan McFarland Advertising Manager 




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President 



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Women's Glee Club 



UUomen's Glee Club 




MARIE HOLMAN 
President 



Although it is not as old as many organizations on campus, in its short 
period of growth the Woman's Glee Club has made a record of which 
it is rightly proud. 

This year the club, composed of over 100 girls, selected because of 
their special musical ability, has completed an active season of pro- 
moting and fostering choral music. The club sang for both the Sesqui- 
centennial Celebration and the May Day festival. They also made a 
concert tour of North Carolina in addition to the annual joint Christ- 
mas concert with the Men's Glee Club and their Spring Concert for the 
students. 

The Director is Paul Young. 



OFFICERS 

Marie Holman President 

Ann Martin Vice-President 

Cecile Morgan Business Manager 

Gladys David Secretary 

Ruth Anderson Publicity Manager 

Marshall Spears Assistant Business Manager 



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President Bill Carmichael 
oversees a practice. 




Setting the mood with music. 



Sound and Fury 

Sound and Fury was organized on campus to promote in- 
terest in musical comedies and shows. The organization 
offers students experience in every phase of musical 
comedy worl< such as playwriting, musical composition, 
stage work, lighting crews, makeup, and other types of 
technical work aside from the acting, dancing, and 
chorus work A person may become a member of the club 
after working on two shows. 

The big production of 1947 was "What A World," a 
musical battle between the progressives and the con- 
servatives in a college town. 

OFFICERS 

William Carmichael President 

Caroline Earle Treasurer 

Hallie Dockery Secretary 

Arthur Goldby Director 



First Row: Phyllis Isenhour, Tommic Cotes, Fran Avera, Evelyn Hom- 

burger, Jo Benton, Betty Jo Blonton, Alice Flory, Hallie Dockery, Don 

Droper, Herman Grossman. 

Second Row: Sid Epstein, Morvin Wilson, Frank Levy, Mervyn Lentz, 

Boi!ey Hobgood, Don Shields, Jim Geiger, Dick Katzin, Lee Zlmmer, 

Gil Furgurson. 

Thrd Row: Royal Shannonhouse, Word Peacock, Tread Covington, 

Irwin Donziger, Pete Stroder, Sandy Minnix, Danny Daum, Marvin 

Morten, Lorry Goldrich. 




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Carolina Playmakers 



"The State of the Union" 



Nationally known as outstanding in the field of dramatic 
arts, the Carolina Playmakers includes young people 
from all parts of the world, and all departments of the 
University. To promote dramatic art, to encourage the 
writing of new plays, and to extend their influence in 
creating a native theater throughout America, are the 
Playmakers' aims. 

This year the group presented five major productions, 
and six b:lls of outstanding experimentals. These ploys 
gave "d a" majors a chance to work with all phases of 
stage work, from writing and acting to rigging up spot- 
lights. 

The staff of the Playmakers' Theater is: Samuel Sel- 
den, Lynn Gault, Harry Davis, John Parker, Foster Fitz- 
Simmons, Kai Jurgenson, and Irene Smart. 




. . "The School 
for Husbands" 



Lennox Robinson, from a portrait 
by Betty Warren Jones. 



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Bettie and Margo, our highstepping drum majorettes. 




University 
Band 

The University Band is organized to give students a 
chance to participate in a marching musical organiza- 
tion, and to provide the campus with good band music. 

During the fall the main project is playing and march- 
ing at the football games. This year the band received 
high praise for their outstanding and original programs 
that are familiar to all university football fans. The 
band also led torchlight and informal pep rallies before 
the gomes. 




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Tar Heels on Hand. 
The bond moking good time at the half. 



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Highlights of the band's activities were two caravan 
trips to games away from Chapel Hill. The full member- 
ship accompanied the football team to Knoxville for the 
Tennessee game, and went to New Orleans for the New 
Year's Day classic Sugar Bowl contest. The New Orleans 
papers gave the bond high praises for its performance at 
the half. The circus number was especially popular. 



Professor Earl Slocum is Director of the band, Hubert 
Henderson was the Assistant Director. Other officers 
were; Harry Shipman, President; Don Robinson, Vice- 
President; Frank West, Secretary-Treasurer; Howard 
Myers, Librarian; Dean Jaffa, Assistant Librarian; Elva 
Warner, Editor of Band Notes; and Gene Stryker, Busi- 
ness Manager. 




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UUestern 

riorth Carolina 

Club 



NORMAN PLESS, 

President of the Western 

North Carolina Club. 





The purpose of the Western North Carolina Club is to 
take on active part in campus activities, to promote in- 
terest in the University among the high schools in the 
western part of the state, and to plan social functions. 



During the past year, the club has taken part in many 
activities on the campus. At the beginning of the year 
this group held a reception to welcome new students 
from the western part of the state, and also sponsored 



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the square dance which was part of the Sadie Hawkins 
Day celebration. The biggest project was the March of 
Dimes Charity Ball, ail the proceeds of which went to the 
infantile Paralysis Fund. 



Norman Pless acted as President, and William Calla- 
han as Vice-President. The Secretary was Margoret Jean 
Taylor, and the Treasurer, Robert Oliver. Co-Chairmen 
of the committees were Earle Woodord and Bernard 
Plemmons; Frankie Vance served as Publicity Chairman, 




Merrily Brooks, Mary Lloyd Brown, Audrey Bryson, Wesley Byerly, David Cloytor, Walter Clark, Rosemary Cleveland, Herman Colemon, 
Richard Culberson, Thomas Davis, Joe De Bruhl, Cherrie Divelbiss, James Echerd, Robert Edwards, Gene Hall, Hawk Johnson, Mildred Koon, 
Kotherine McLeon, Dick Major, Florence Medd, Art Melton, Joe Morgan, Helen Morrison, John Orr, Bernard Plemmons, Carl Rhinehardt, 
Carter Rhinehart, Coye Rogers, Clyde Rollins, Henry Rudolph, J. T. Smothers, Jack Stratton Margoret Jean Taylor, Frances Vance, Elinor 
Woddell, Frances Walker. 




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UUesley Foundation 

Under the new leadership of Director Robert J. Nelson, activities of the 
Wesley Foundation at Carolina increased to afford members experience 
in worship, social sePv/ice, forum leadership, play acting, personnel work, 
publications, and work in the cooperative movement. The regular 
weekly program throughout the year consisted of a mid-week Vesper 
service followed by a Student Bible Study Class on Wednesdays, end a 
Sunday evening social hour. Augmenting these activities were visits 
to and from neighboring groups, delegations to conferences, interde- 
nominational activities on campus, picnics, parties, and dances. 

Wesley Worker, the monthly publication edited by James McAllis- 
ter, took forward strides, and the Wesley Players, under the direction 
of Martha J. Pearsall, gained wide acclaim for their production of "A 
King Shall Reign." 

Officers were: William R. Dulin, President; James L. Davis, Vice- 
President; Mary A. Ashley, Secretary; Basil L. Sherrill, Treasurer. 




Mid-week vesper service in the Methodist chapel. 



Wesleyons meet at the Methodist Church for supper on Sunday evening. 




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DON SHROPSHIRE 
Chairman 



Baptist 
Student Union 



Serving 1 ,7CX) Baptist students on the campus, the Baptist Student 
Union promotes many activities designed to encourage Christian Edu- 
cation and spiritual growth among the students. The program includes, 
among other things. Morning Worship in the church, four Church School 
classes, Friday night Forums and Sunday evening Vespers. The Council 
meets every Monday night to determine policies end plan programs. A 
monthly newspaper, The Christian Student, is published and a weekly 
news sheet is sent to every member. 

The Baptist Student Union cooperates with other religious groups 
on the campus through the Council on Religion in Life. 

The Council, pictured below, is composed of the following officers: 
Don Shropshire, President; Rimon Muth, First Vice-President; Maidie 
Davis, Social Vice-President; Walter Harrelson, Devotional Vice-Presi- 
dent; Charles Ripley, Treasurer; Lillian Reeves, Secretary; Robert Giles, 
Publicity Director; William Gulley, Forum Chairman; Vivian Parks, 
Church School Superintendent; Helen Xanthos, Editor of The Christian 
Student; Don Broad, C. R. 1. L. Representative; and Mildred Gulley, 
Dietitian. 



First Row: Mrs. William Gulley, Lillian Reeves, Don Shropshire, Chairman; Maidie Dovis, Helen Xanthos. 
Second Row: William Gulley, Chorles Ripley, Riman Muth, J. C. Herrin, Assistant Pastor; Jim Counsler, 
Don Broad, Vivian Parks. 




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First Row: Corrine Ossinsky, Evelyn Shugar, Ben Perlmutter, Rabbi Strumpf, Miriam Silverman, Edie 
Semat. Second Row: Hyman Cohen, Elaine Pearlstein, Edward Blankstein, Morjorie Hollander, Manny 
Margolis, Helen Ershler, Howard Keller, Dick Mottsmon, Danny Daum. 



B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation 




BEN PERLMUTTER 
Chairman 



Hillel is a national organization devoted to religious and 
cultural work among Jewish students in American univer- 
sities. 

Through its sixfold program of regular religious serv- 
ices, Hillel courses and other cultural media, impressive 
social functions, interfaith activities, participation in 
civic and communal projects, and pastoral work, the 
Hillel movement has brought to Jewish students a sense 
of the relevance and vitality of Judaism's heritage. 

The Foundation is now in its eleventh year of repre- 
sentation and service on this campus. The aim of the 
Hillel movement remains consistent with the life and 
ideals of the Rabbi of the first century whose name graces 
the movement, and who is best remembered for profound 
learning, magnificent forebearance, end passionate de- 
votion to his faith and to his people. 

The immediate project now in formulation is the 
building of a new Hillel House. Rabbi Sidney Strumpf 
serves as Director for the group. Officers were: Ben Perl- 
mutter, President, Miriam Silverman, Vice-President; 
Evelyn Shugar, Secretary. 



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First Row: Joan Wax, Virginia Dant, Walt Stuart, Mary Jo Parrish, Statia Kowalski. Second Row: Randall 
Proctor, Edward Bender, Lucy Evans, Harry Snowden, Vincent Williams, Ed Lewis. 



The Rquinas Club 

The Aquinas Club was organized to unite all students of 
Catholic faith here on campus. Their weekly meetings 
help them to grow with each other, to learn the daily pro- 
ceedings of the Church, and to have social functions such 
as the communion breakfasts. 

The meetings are devoted to discussing Encyclicals, 
Papal Bulls, and modern precepts of the church. 

The group has participated in many campus activities 
such as the Religion in Life Week, the Student Service 
Fund Drive, and other such activities during the year. 

OFFICERS ^^^^^H lllr-; 

Walter Stuart President 

Herman Wolfe Vice-President 

Vincent Williams Treasurer 

Mary Jo Parrish Secretary 




WALT STUART 
President 




First Row: Carlisle Cashion, Mrs. Betty Rose Dowden, Ben Perlmutter, Mrs. Koy Sharp, Don Broad. 
Second Row: William Poteat, Reverend Robert Nelson, Earle Page, Rabbi Sidney Strumpf, Meade Degges. 



Council for Religion in Life 



The Council for Religion in Life was organized during the fall of 1944 
to bring about greater cooperation among all religious groups at the 
University. Since this time it has been meeting for Saturday night dinner 
at the Carolina Inn to discuss inter-faith and inter-church activities, to 
interpret the problems of modern life through the perspectives of the 
Judeo-Chnstian tradition, and to arrange the University Sermon series. 

The CRIL sponsors annually the Religion in Life Week, designed to 
throw light on the sub|ects of intolerance and suspicion which can pre- 
vent religious groups from working together as a team to win the vic- 
tories of peoce. 

This year the Council sponsored a concert by Dorothy Maynor, 
nationally known musician, which was attended by both negro and white 
races Various charitable drives were conducted during the year. 

Officers were. Ben Perlmutter, Chairman; Jean Wilkins, Secretary; 
Reverend William Poteat, Advisor. 




BEN PERLMUTTER 
Chairman 



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First Row: Allen Leary, Lester D. Styron, Mary E. Hufman, Paul M. Gaskill, Ira 0. Lewis, Martin T. 
Lewis, Floyd E. Jones, George D. Phillips. Second Row: James F. Morris, Marion T. Mills, Frederick C. 
Hamilton, Edward H. Hamilton, Herbert 0. Phillips, Jack Allen, Claude C. Barnes, Robert G. Garner. 
Members not pictured: Jerry Norris, Herald R. Latham, Lester Hill, Harry Paul. 



Cartaret County Club 




The Cartaret Country Club was re-organized this year to promote o 
spirit of fellowship and good will among students from Cartaret County 
at the University; to do everything possible to encourage veterans and 
high school graduates from the county to come to the University; to 
foster a study of Cartaret County — its history, natural resources, in- 
dustries, and resort facilities, to promote the organization of a Car- 
taret County chapter of the Alumni Association of the University. 

The officers are: Paul Gaskill, President; Mary Etta Hufman, Vice- 
President, Ira Lewis, Secretary, Lester D. Styron, Treasurer. The 
faculty advisors are L L, Garner, M. A. Hill, E L. Gaskill. 



PAUL GASKILL 
President 




CHUCK HEATH 
Chairman of Student Party 



Student Party 

The student party was organized in March, 1946, for the 
purpose of achieving a representative form of student 
government. Believing that student government should 
be a working government uncontrolled by a minority 
group, this party invites the active participation of every 
student on the campus. A policy designed to obtain the 
best qualified candidates for office, allows any student 
to attend meetings and submit suggestions for future 
action or nominate candidates for office. Under the dy- 
namic leadership of Chuck Heath the party gained many 
of its objectives along the road to a better, more effective 
student government. 

Officers for the fall term were; Chuck Heath, Chair- 
man, Jack Booraem, Chairman Pro-Tern; Bill Mockie, 
Vice-President; Bettie Washburn, Secretory-Treasurer. 

Officers for the winter term were; Bill Mockie, Chair- 
man; Charlie Long, Vice-President; Bettie Washburn, 
Secretary; Ed Walker, Treasurer- Business Manager. 



Seoted: Bettie Washburn, Chuck Heath, Jock Booraem. Standing; Joe Byrd, Bill Mockie, Mrs. Jim 
Taylor, Jim Taylor, Dan McForlond, Benton Johnson, Johnny Clompitt, Charlie Long, John Brock. 




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Candlelight 
Paraders 

With a redecorated club and renewed interest in provid- 
ing student entertainment, a new group of students have 
made a name for themselves as the Candlelight Paraders, 
producing and appearing in weekly shows at the Graham 
Memorial night club, the Candlelight Room. 

Under the direction of Johnny Jones, assisted by 
Tommy Thomas, this group has a chance to develop their 
talents through skits, music, dancing, instrumental num- 
bers and specialty acts, while presenting popular pro- 
grams. Highlights of the year were a Gay Nineties Re- 
vue and a Grammar School Revue, while a weekly feature 
was the music of a five-piece combo, the Stardusters, led 
by Harry Hinson. 

The group, an innovation at Carolina, hopes for broad 
expansion and improved organization with the view of 
doing bigger and better things in the field of entertain- 
ment. 



Gene Russell, Johnny Jones, Director; 
Tommy Thomas, Assistant Director; Jos- 
eph McDaniel, James Renn. 




THE STARDUSTER COMBO— Normon De- 
lancey, trombone; Richard Doll, trumpet, 
Horry Shipman, clarinet; Horry Hinson 
and Jack Burney, piono. 



hyllis Isenhour, "Sweetheart ot the Can- 
lelight Room." 



A Gay Nineties Revue — "The Singing 
Bartenders," Talmadge Rose, Harry Ship- 
man, and Tommy Thomas. 



"Twinkletoes" and the "Rhythm Rocker,' 
Bob McDonald and Buddy Robinson. 




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Chi O's entertain rushees 
with colorful Chinese party. 




Tri Delt's rush in "Old 
South" attire. 



In a little brown house there's a lady they call 
the gypsy. 




"In the evenin' by the moonlight' 



On a bicycle built for — six. 



All at UNC is not reading, writing, and solid geometry. Social relationships in sorority 
life provide on escape from academic requirements for the 250 members on this 
campus. In choosing the group to which they ore best suited, these members find 
lasting friendships. Parties, meetings, songs, ceremonies, and extra-curricular acti- 
vities unite sorority girls into a harmonious sisterhood. 

Customs and traditions found in the five sororities are interesting as well as 
uniting. Each has pledging and initiation services, as well as informal rush parties, 
given each fall. Every year a "model pledge" is selected from each sorority and given 
some token for her leadership. Also customary are the annuel dances given in honor 
of new pledges by the older members. 

By raising individual scholastic averages, sorority girls strive to win the Pan- 
Hellenic Council Cup. Intramural sports provide another channel for competition. 
In the spring the Valkyries' Sing inspires originality and uniformity, with a silver 
loving cup as the prize. 

Since the founding of the first sorority twenty-four years ago the significance 
of these organizations has steadily risen in Carolina campus life. Not only have they 
succeeded socially; they have also shared an ever-increasing responsibility in campus 
activities. 



"Wishing will make it so 



"That's what I like about the South!" 



Where the Pi Phi's hong around. 






SALLY ROBERTSON 
President 



PRn-HELLEniC 



Under the capable direction of Solly Robertson, the Pan-t^ellenic Council 
guided women's sorority activities on the campus. It had a voice in the new 
constitution, and contributed to the Prague Student Conference Fund. The 
Council also continued with its ever-growing plans for the sorority court of 
the future, to be located near the Carolina Playmakers' Forest Theatre. In 
cooperation with Chi Delta Phi, The Woman's Glee Club, and CICA, the 
Pan-Hellenic Council again successfully managed May Day. 

Socially the Council's year centered on the Pan-Hellenic semi-formal 
dance, held in the Pine Room February 15. The Council's recommendations 
were followed during the ten days of formal rushing in October, resulting in 
simpler and smoother parties for the 135 rushees. A fashion show sponsored 
by the Council in September featured two models from each of the five 
sororities and in November the 101 new sorority pledges were honored at a 
buffet supper given in the main lounge of Graham Memorial. 

Following their tradition the Council awarded the annual silver loving 
cup for the highest scholastic average to the Pi Beta Phi's. Miss Ruth Dun- 
can became the advisor to the Pan-Hellenic Council, billing the position of 



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Mrs. Mary McDuffie, In February the CICA combined with the Council to 
bring the President of Sweet Br or College to speak to the coeds here, and 
gave a reception in her honor. 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of three representatives from the 
sororities and two representatives from the organization of Stray Greeks. 
With the prospect of a new sorority within the next several years, the Coun- 
cil looked forward to the increasing importance of sororities on the UNC 
campus. 

Officers were: Sally Robertson (Chi Omega), President, Penny Durham 
(Alpha Delta Pii, Vice-President; Cathy Carlen (Delta Delta Delta), Sec- 
retary; Mac Cushman (Alpha Gammb Delta), Treasurer, and Sybil G. Powe 
(Pi Beta Phi), Representative to the Legislature. 



council 



First Row: Mac Cushman, Cathy Carlen, Sally Robertson, Penny Dur- 
ham, Ruth Duncon. Second Row: Kit Coleman, Dot Doshiell, Elizabeth 
Eaddy, Morion Stoudemire, Margaret McNeill, Margaret Ann Speas. 
Third Row: Dorothy Swain, Carolyn Hall, Fran Sotterfield, Ann Cutts, 
Ann Trimble. 




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ALPHA DELTA PI PLEDGES 
Back Row: Joyce Carraway, Christine Krusen, 
Sarah Montague, Dorothy Henderson, Marguerite 
Johnson, Martha Whitoker. First Row: Venitoh 
Sanders, Emily Ridenhour, Merrily Brooks, Mary 
Moore, Ruth Moore, Catherine Burns, Gloria 
Thompson. Not in picture: Bert Carter, Margo 
Martin, Frieda Deans, Geraldine Williamson, 
Jeanne Pierce. 





fPHR DELTR PI 



Remember, gols, the-way the old homestead looked a week before classes!' . . then 
frantic vvorl with Kerw-sJI-ORe in the dining room, hose and soap for the porch, Betsy 
and Flo Ann remodeling the parlor rug with a bucket of red dye . . . then come 
rushing vith q^I the wardrobes locked away, the circus party with A, D. Pi Corn 
Cobbler bond and "Baby Bear" Wilson, the little boy who asked, "Who took the 
lid off riT.- tadroles.^''.. . . Nineteen wonderful pledges with "moore" twins added. . . . 
Margo and Marguerite sharing the honor of ideal pledge at our violet pledge 
dance, . , . A. D, Pi's on the football field, Doris and Peele leading the cheers, Bettie 
and Margo mojoretting, . . . "Moral victories" at volley ball with Mule cheerleod- 
ing. . . . Anne, the ideal president. . . . Peggy telling fifty girls, "Don't tell a 
soul!" . . Florrie's A. D. Pi pin and her large plumbing bill . . . ATO's up in the wee 
hours to catch the prowler Dee swore she saw. . . . Blown fuses. . . . Dances by Stormy. 
. . . Taxi service in Cutler's jeep. . . . Penny's free cigarettes. ... All those beauty 
queens, Margaret Jean, Carolyn, Margo, and Jean. . . . Cot the K. A.'s sent, . . . The 
woodpecker in the Trimble's room , . Kat and Jo, Alderman and Spencer prexies . . . 
Peanut-butter and crackers every night. . . . Ropes the third floor gals bought after 
the Wyncoff fire. ... Dr. Disbro and her medicine chest. . . . More and more pins 
and engagement rings. . . . Betsy's water- gun, . . . Wednesday socials. . . . Dee, the 
knitting instructor. . . . Lots of hot water. . . . All-star basketball team. 
forget any part of that grand year, gals, and always remember, "Aw, b. 



Don't 



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dSeta lApiilon L^kapter yyfhcers 

Anne Trimble : President 

Flo Ann Roberts Vice-President 

Barbara Bixler Recording Secretary 

Dorothy Sweet Treasurer 




Mary Lib Bivens, Barbara Bixler, Mary Britt, Edith Lee Burgess, Jane Carrington, Peggy Cotes, Betty Cheotham, Dorothy Dashiell, Mildred 
Derieux, Carolyn Disbro, Penelope Durham, Jo Farris, Kothryn Freeman, Ruth Gay, Betsy Hahn, Betty Helfrech, Janet Jolly, Frances Law, 
Ann Martin, Margaret Martin, Kotherine Norvell, Doris Nunn, Marion Porker, Mary Pell, Evelyn Shields, Shirley Small, Joyce Spiessegger, 
Carolyn Storm, Alice Summers, Dorothy Sweat, Ann Trimble, Florrie Trimble, Herndon Vaughn, Coroline Warren, Nancy Westbrook, Jean 
White, Virginia Wilson. 








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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA PLEDGES 
Front Row, Left to Right: Jean Gardner, Vee 
Ellis, Jean Umsteod, Margaret Allred, Audrey 
Bryson, Second Row: Carolyn Neel, Anne Carter 
Hogan, Eleanor Webb, Carolyn Driver, Jean 
Dorrow, Helen McCann. Third Row: Nancy Simp- 
son, Dorothy Cameron, Nolle Ring, Elizabeth Mc- 
Gee, Irene Woldrop, Gene Stokes, Josephine 
Fishel. Fourth Row: Delle Proctor, Lena Silver, 
Rachel Woodley, Harriet Gurley, Elizobeth Sis- 
son, Mary Ellen Wellons, Elizabeth Robinson. 
Not Shown: Borbara Poole. 





HR GRfTimR DELTR 

Life at "the'inile brown house." . . . Fun and long hours during the rushing. . . . "Choo- 
Choo" Twitty and introductions to rushees. . . . Rhapsody of beavers pasting blue 
notes on staff paper. . . . And "windex" champagne. . . . Gypsies sliding on pine 
needles, rnanaging spaghetti and "mousse," and fighting for red-checkered table- 
clotfes. : .. -Rankin- Brinson, co-authors of "Life in a Sorority House" or "Ten Easy 
Lessons on How to Feed Fifty." . . . And Bransford with her entries to the select 
Order of the Arse. . . . Pride for Valkyries and presidents Golden and Barnes. ... Pol 
of the pirouette and palaver. . . . Twenty-six wonderful pledges by candlelight on 
Thanksgiving Day. . . . Jean; "Which pin shall I wear tonight?" . . . The Sky Club 
with Fran, D. R., Rosemary, and Dick starring. . . . Vincent, his camera, his charm, 
and his Cathie. . . . Bridge on the floor. . . . Pledges presented as pictures at our 
never-to-be-forgotten pledge dance. . . . "But, Ginny, darling, my toils are in 
Shanghai being cleaned!" . . . "Pinch-head." . . . Valkyrie cup gracing the mantel 
because of "Mithith Putthy" and her direction. ... No fouls on Fowler. . . . Mary 
Kotherine: "Which dress is more hmmmm?" . . . Runners-up in volley ball. . . 
Elva, Carl: winters in Alaska (WHEN?). . . . "Now we need a nice girl in Smith — " 
Hutson harping. . . . Hamlin and the Navy "Log " . . . "Charlie" written at the 
table and sung always. . . . Emily and Gene sweating it out. . . . Carolyn: "Where's 
my Spuh?" . . . Our prexy and her labs. . . . Posey and Bill spilling coffee while in 
a trance. . . . Mac getting "Stowe-d" away. . . . New Year's Eve at Ye Olde Absinthe 
House before the Sugar Bowl was passed. . . . The rooney-rooney influence, short- 
lived. . . . "Lula," her friends, and lost minute details. . . . Gus and Marcio, their 
many mix-ups. . . . Much fun with pin-ups Marie and Leonard, Marge and Booker, 
Jane and C. B. . . . "Rec" Tucker. . . . Efficiency of Spain. . . . Week-end glimpses 
of sisters Stoner, Pinkston, Hicks, Cobb, Faison, Pless. . . . Ruedue and her "Not 'Oh, 
Really?' — O'Reilly!" . . . Constant (still) trips to the fuse box. . . . That's it. . . . 
Lights out! 



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Kjainma C-piiion L^kapter \_JfficerS 

Robin Lear President 

Frances Golden Vice-President 

Elva Warner Recording Secretary 

Virginia Gaston Treasurer 




Elizabeth A. Barnes, Barbara M. Bransford, Barbara L. Brinson, Emily P. Chappell, Jayne M. Childs, Rosemary Clevelond, Elsie M. Cush- 
man, Posey M. Emerson, Catherine E. Faulconer, Joyce Fowler, Virginia E. Gaston, Frances J. Golden, Audrey V. Green, Rue W. Guthrie, 
Carolyn Hall, H. Anne Hamlin, Marjorie L. Heitman, Morie E. Howes, Jane T. Hutson, Robin S. Lear, Augusta F. Phorr, Catherine L. 
Rankin, Jean I. Snyder, Barbara L. Spain, Glenn E. Tucker, Mary Jo Twitty, Frances L. Walker, W. Elva Warner. 




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First Row, Left to Right: Jeon Potierson, Mar- 
shall Spears, Eleanor S ngletary, Nancy Wood 
Carson, Dorothy Bell. Second Row: Katherine 
Durham, Mary Goodwin, Gloria Gautier, Jackie 
Middleton, Mary L. Moulton, Erdell Johns. Third 
Row: Gray Simpson, Nancy Carter, Barbara A. 
Ray, Margaret McWilliams, Phyllis Isenhour, 
Mary Murphy, Rose Field. Not Shown: Cordelia 
Gant, Betty Nutt. 





CHI OITIEGR 

liege days may not linger forever" . . . we'll always remember. . . . Early 
Scrub brushes and paint . . . climaxed by rushing. . . . Welcoming to the 
X and Horseshoe our twenty pledges. . . . Wood would. . . . The Dook week-end and 
no hot water. . . . Domestic services rendered to SAE's by Archer, our Chi .Town 
House, . , . Also Candy and Heafner as chauffers, , . . Wednesday night chapter 
dinners. . . . Campus personalities — Sandy, our beauty, and Gloria, our Mag pin-up 
girl. . . . Sal lie, Pan-Hel prexy, with time for Rabbit. . . . Our Phi Bete Fenner. . . . 
Huske and her activities. . . . Nonnie reigning over Interdorm Council . . . and 
helping Gerry and Tommy tap Kit into Valkyries. . . . Marie leading the Glee Club. 
. . . Our pledge dance and Esquire's presentation of our own Petty girls. . . . Eleanor 
centering the figure. . . . Snookie, "Randy and I don't care for any dessert." . . . 
Little Miss Hilda and Little Mr, Jack, . . . Cecil's week-end excursions from Dan- 
ville. . . . Numerous engagement rings — Male, B'Bell, Betsy, Ann, Teence, Jane, 
and Peggy. . . . Missie's wedding, . . . "B" 's week-ends at West Point. . . . Gena and 
Sott and Richmond. . . . Sara and the trim one. . . . Jean and Bill's ten o'clock 
dates. . . . Tom's four-wheel personality. . . . Whit, the budding novelist. . . . Happy 
battling financies , . . Kackie's daily visit to the movies. . . . The Sugar Bowl pil- 
grimage and Stormy. . . , Roddey and "Excuse Me." . . . Liz, Maggie, and Mary's in- 
tellectual pursuits. . . . Fannie Hill with so many talents. . . . Sunday night coffees. 
. . . Peanut butter and jelly, . . . Thieves in the kitchen. . . .^ Frozen towels in the 
"igloo." . . . Ghosts m the attic . . , The missing doorknob. . . . Chi O week-end. 
. . . Trips to the beach, . . Mrs. Capt and our house. . . . Chi says, remember me. 



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C^piilon i5eta L^kapter VJfficers 

Frances Satterfield President 

Grace Irby Vice-President 

Katheryn Lane Recording Secretory 

Hilda Tober Treasurer 




Frances Avera, Jane Bentley, Miriam Browder, Margaret Carter, Jeannette Chichester, Harriette Clorke, Katherine Coleman, Elizabeth 
Couch, Jane Curtis, Elizabeth Dallas, Helen Dovis, Anne Dickinson, Clara Fenner, Mary Gilman, Jane Gitson, Mary Harris, Gene Heafner, 
Eleanor Holden, Marie Holman, Gwen Hughes, Jean Huske, Groce Irby, Bell Jefters, Kothryn Lane, Mary Belle Lothrop, Jo McDowa.l, Ann 
Morris, Constance Morris, Mary Neal, Mildred Parker, Elizabeth Petesch, Morguerite Rankin, Robertine Roberts, Jane Robinson, Jean Rod- 
dey, Frances Satterfield, Nancy Saunders, Mary Sherrod, Celine Smith, Gerry Smith, Virginia Smith, Hilda Taber, Male Wade, Pouline 
Warlnner, Morgoret Whitney, Sarah Wood. 




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First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Horner, Evelyn 
Pettit, Mary Locl(e Craig, Jo Benton, Janet 
Crinkley, Betty Jo Phillips, Alberta Mercer. 
Second Row: Peggy Sapp, Nancy Ann Make- 
peace, Irene Williams, Pat Lone, Catherine Holt, 
Kitty Miller, Annie Ben Beale, Joyce Corbett. 
Not Shown: Noncy Walker. 





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LTfi DELTR DELTR 

g'^mg us the; charm of real home-kemtoning rooms, Jo and Sparky win 

facgs in Plantation Party an' Herman too. . . . Judy and Janet: "Would 

yrd lite to i i\^ sit?" , Jo: "We're going to have a party," . . . Dot: "All I can 

see^i^r^ s^icypatches," . . , Nere's pin being used at three Beta-Delta pinnings, 

Be^^^rcaH,-and Connie. . . . Delta transportation being 46's or nothing, . . . Christ- 

^ _^ las party with a tree, popcorn, and cups and saucers, . . . Jean Ann running a top- 

^^ <^ov\i taxi to Durham . . . Grads at Christmas and pledges moving into the Shelta. 

Pledge dance: blue lights, pledge names in Stardust, balloons, , . . Drick's Santa 

Clous red sox, "Honest, his feet ARE that big'" . . , Judy knitting just dozens. . . . 

Yack beauties, Gladney, Catt'e, Ann, and Barbara. . . ."Do you like vegetable 



soup:^ 



J. P. Chairman being commended by the House President, 



"Please 



bring sugar stamps'" . Initiation two week-ends. . . Alarm clocks, peace declared. 
, . . Cathy, combining secretary works and Bob Cox. . . . Three Phi Delt pins: Jo, 
Jackie, and Jean. . . . And many Phi Delt visitors. . . . Sparky and Tom Skinner. . . . 
W. A A. and the roommates Judy and Drick. . . . Nancy and many financial worries. 
. . . The mystery of the missing coffee table. . . . The trio. Dot, Jinx, and Jo. . . . 
Diamonds after Christmas, Nancy and Dot . . Fay, decoration chairman. . . . Norma 
and Jean Ann, root too well, au root' . . Uppy in the storage room. . . . Dot, Queen 
of Engineers at State . . . Dune, back as personnel advisor. . . ^ Mary Jo: "My black 
scissors are gone'" , , , Evie's hair-rags. . . . Valkyries tapping Janet at 4:00 A. M 
. . . memories, memories — "WOW" . . . Friendship and loyalty to all of us who wear 
"three bright stars within a golden crescent." 



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~^ipha J^iama L^kapter ^^fhcefS 

Jeanne Dnscoll President 

Janet Johnston Vice-President 

Judy Swain Recording Secretary 

Nancy Waugh Treasurer 



Jocqueline Blunt, Elsie Jane Brett, Mary Jo Cain, Luzette Galium, Catherine Carlen, Margaret Cormichael, Ann Cobb, Evelyn Cox, Jeanne 
Driscoll, Elizobeth Greve, Bobby Jean Hordy, Mary Jeanne Helm, Constance Hendren, Glodney Holder, Norma Hotord, Claire Hudson, Janet 
Johnston, Frances Keller, Barbara Lynn, Fay Maples, Martha McClenaghon, Gene Nash, Jane Peete, Elizabeth Phillips, Jean Ann Ramsdell, 
Elise Rhyne, Alice Roberson, Barbara Rogers, Jean Stoutenburg, Lois Sunstrom, Dorothy Swain, Judy Swain, Nancy Waugh, Linda Wil- 
liams, Jean Youngblood. 




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Left to Right, First Row: Dobney Little, Jane Lee 
Porker, Henrietto Hopkins, Elizabeth Clinord, 
Donleen McDonald, Sally Elliott, Helen Barnes, 
Christine White. Second Row: Jeanne Basnight, 
Madge Borcloy, Ruth Byrum, Ludy Vance, Julia 
Ross, Jane Morrison, Martha Whitner, Virginia 
Mansfield, Joyce Peterson, Katherine Ryon. Third 
Row: Patricia Anderson, Sally Lee, Emily von 
Berries, Estelle Boyce, Sara Buchanan, Ruth 
Evans, Emily Aliton, Elizabeth Hazlett, Jane 
Rogers. Not Shown: Anno Black, Barbara Cash- 
ion, Helen Compton, Spencer Crawford, Katherine 
Davis, Sue Everett, Emma Katie Guion, Margaret 
Toylor. 





PI BETR PH 



Males invbS&'^econd floor for Kemtone Dates . . Gray hairs during rushing-Eoddy's 
co!lap'Sible umbrella, Winkle's handlebar mustache, and the Can-Can Girls — Moe, 
Chris, Fronn^, Liz, Brundage, Divers. . . , "Foo" and "In the Still of the Night.'' . . . 
F'lumbing disaster during Dook week-end. . . . Peanut butter and jelly, . . . Jo-Jo, 
thg'glamQr.Qns bouncer. . . . The exclusive clubs: the W. FH. I. and the B. W. . . . She 
wears his pin^ . . . Red Dog's fire makes angels try ropes instead of wings. . . J B. 
and Sambo, the cutest waiters in town. . . F-lealthy members of Igloo Club from 
Upper and Lower Slobbovia . , . Thirsty, Judy, Winkie, and Gus stage Mardi Gras 
theme. . . . Dripping candles and our growing band at the Christmas serenade. . . . 
Joyce chosen Beauty Queen. . . . Mama "G,'' the best angel of all. . . . Meeting your 
last night's date as he brings your roommate in. . . is this the first or second shift? 
. . . Studie returns to civilization after two weeks at the Pi Phi house. . . . Frannie 
end Divers take up the biscuit trade. . . Bogart's other "Baby," Liz Nash. . . . Fine 
parties by the Beta's, Phi Delt's, Sigma Nu's, Phi Kop's, and Phi Gam's. . . . F^elen 
and Fran poison Vic and Effie . Dell's and Killey's transportation service. . . . Ruth 
chosen Model Pledge, , . . 'Ciie and her unknowns, ... Dr. Frank playing Cupid for 
Bobby. . . . Kendnck at Jennie's serenade. . . . Jerry tapped for Valkyries. . . . "Old 
Active" Lee. . . . Mott playing forward. . . . Our mute breakfasts. . . . Joan's and 
Barbara's serenades. . . . Nancy and the biggest cor in town. . . . "Missie Cherry 
Blossom" Brundage's plans fell through ... All that and more too has made our 
two years at Carolina the best yet. 



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riortk L^arouna '^Ipka L^kapter Kyj-ficeri 

Ann Cutts President 

Joann Lawler Vice-President 

Joan Miller Recording Secretory 

Christine Bruch Treasurer 




Florence Andrews, Jerry Atkins, Margaret Bach, Chris Bruch, Ann Brundage, Carlisle Cushion, Ann Cutts, Frances Drake, Elizabeth Eaddy, 
Carolyn Earl, Ann Hancock, Fafi Halsey, Mary Bright Jernigon, Bettie Kendrick, Julio Kotchtitzky, Nancy Laird, Joann Lawler, Hilda 
Frances Lawrence, Caroline Long, Ann Mott, Ann Murphy, Jean Murray, Ann Robinson, Ann Rogers, Marion Stoudemire, Evelyn Tindel, 
Frances Welch, Ann Wiedmon. 




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'Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to 
introduce ..." 





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Greatness 

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Fraternal 
Brotherhood 



Pi Lamb's sunnin' and read'n. 



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"We wouldn't want to influence you in 
any way, but ..." 



ATO's receive a close shave 





Locked jaws? 



Gator burgers for sale. 



Betas congregate at Navy game. 



With the return of most of the old actives to UNC, last fall we got underway to our 
first full year of activities in a long time. Slowly but surely we assumed the position 
on the campus that we once held, before the moss emigration to the armed forces. 
Our houses needed fixing, and one and all put their shoulders to the wheel; in no 
time, the houses were the way we wanted them to be, at least presentable. Rushing 
season came and a new crop of pledges joined our ranks. Our social life began with 
the traditional Homecoming and the return of the alumni for a week-end. We then 
began to feel thot the return to college was the best thing that could have happened 
to us in spite of- the interval of several years. Fall Germans and Tex Beneke closed 
the fall quarter of social life. Exams, Christmas, grades and the averages were 
good! During the winter quarter we really hit our stride in the social whirl, with 
dances, smokers, beer parties and parties with the Sororities. Mid Winters came and 
we were ready and waiting for them. They left us in a daze, and we went back to the 
old grind of studying and waiting for the Spring Holidays. Our pledges were also 
waiting for Hell Week and initiation. With the advent of spring to our campus, there 
were mass exoduses to the beach and mountains for week-ends, and the traditional 
spring fever for the coeds. Finals and graduation and the departure of many of our 
boys, to the great outside left us wondering whether we really want to leave UNC. 

Fraternity life and the friendships derived from association with brothers have 
strengthened us in this our first year of renewed activities. It was a great year for all of 
us, and the following years will be greater, for in fraternal brotherhood we will achieve 
greatness — unparalleled by ony other. . . . 



Chug-a-lug, chug-o-lug! 



All this bread and no meat! 



"Open the door, Richard." 




Fall rushing was a bigger job than ever, as over 1,500 men were 
extended rushing invitotions. 400 rushees pledged up at the end of 
the hectic week, and with this addition there were 1,500 men in the 
twenty social fraternities at the start of the winter quarter. This set 
an all-time high for froternity membership on campus 

In line with going back to "the good old days" several of the 
pre-war policies were revived by the council. Fraternity scholastic rat- 
ings are being kept, and each house must maintain a sotisfactory 
grade average or face suspension of rushing privileges. The scholastic 
requirements of the faculty for pledge initiation ore being enforced 
once again and the insistence on maintaining good grades throughout 
fraternity affiliation is of great value in pointing up the benefits of 
fraternity life. The IFC Scholarship Trophy, which will be awarded 
again this year, goes to the fraternity establishing the highest 
overage over a year's period. One of the prized awards of the fra- 
ternity group previous to the war, the trophy is a focal point of keen 
competition 




Whit Osgood 
President 



niERFRRTERniTY 



The House Managers Association, after a four-year lapse, started 
on the job once more. As one of the most beneficiol branches of 
interfraternity cooperation, the association has performed a broad 
service to the houses. The Employee salary levels, buying methods, 
cooperative purchasing and management information has helped many 
houses in countless ways. 

Along with serving as the clearing house for interfraternity 
problems, big ond small, the council publishes a handbook of oil the 
data on fraternity life The booklet lists oil fraternity men, and the 



groups to which they belong; the laws of the council; the policies and 
special agreements thot it enforces, and the rushing rules for the year 
It is distributed throughout the campus for the benefit of new and 
old men. 

Composed of two representatives, the president, and a junior 
member of every fraternity, the Interfraternity Council is finishing 
Its tronsitionol year with o series of positive accomplishments indica- 
tive of effective growth. 




Interfraternity Council 
Court 

First Row: Devon Barbour, Secre- 
tory; Pete Beoudry, Chairman; 
Vince Strobel. Second Row: George 
Stenhouse, Ted Wall, Bill Moffitt, 
Charlie Donnelt. 



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Interfraternity Council Executive 
Committee 



First Row: Leon Todd, Vice-President; Whit Os- 
good, President; Art Aronson, Secretary, Second 
Row: Bob McLellan, Chairman, Rules Committee; 
Dick Badham, Treasurer. 



council 




First Row: Jack Kirkland, Vincent McCutcheon, Howard Aronson, Charlie Donnell, Robert Lindsay, Charlie Weill, Ernest McLean. Second 
Row: Jack Fouts, Smith Weaver, Dodson Palmer, Baron Mintz, Moe Evart, Seymour Levine, Don Paley, George Stenhouse. Third Row: Devon 
Barbour, Art Aronson, Whit Osgood, Leon Todd, Dick Badham, Pete Beoudry. Fourth Row: Alain Singer, Sunny Dunowoy, Charlie Blackburn, 
Megs Golden, Bob Dodson, Dick Anderson, Bill Moffitt, Robert Nelson, John Hackney. 



The Good Ole Days. 



Toke it easy boys; she has a 

date, OS any fool can plainly 

see. 



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. ^.. r first post war college year. The vets come back in full force. The work of Upper 
;:i§i!)t>tfc>viQ~- Quiet Pliz, We gung sleep. Painting the house — Our Blue Room." 
i ^ rT-cctbofl sec DM arrived and the boys turned .out en masse for the trips. Remember 
'tj^l':, Emarsoi ' Ci.ef Bynum presided at the breakfasts at the house after the home 
gcyajes. "Patty. "Murphey" echoed thru the halls — The Duke week-ends — Wow! Kinston 
^jTi^de^' tQmafo"'juice. 

'^. The side show come to town How did Revelle get the nickname "Sniffles"? Card 
games in the Great Hall — the Pat Hand Club lets Clyde in at 6 A. M. Discretion 
sure tasted good. 

Ken and his Ukeleleoid Myrt in those beautiful serenades. Our pinups: Jinny, Rusty, 
Helen, Teence, Moe, and Rosie. 

The Barbershop Octet furnishes music for our Hallowe'en with the AD Pi's. Those 
were close shaves. Bob. 

Rushing — a lot of work, but a fine group of pledges. The Tennessee game movie- 
cakes and cokes galore. The Piedge Week-end — what a blowout — The Friday party at 
Lloyd's Barn — Saturday night dance at Graham Memorial — and the following week 
a huge banquet at the house. 

The Moose head is restored to its rightful position J inky and Tar Baby, our two 
Cocker mascots — Exam time — Midnight oil burns — Gotta match, Alexr' Heading 
home and to the Sugar Bowl — Did someone mention a party. 

Back to the Hill — Grades — Ugh — eh. Spider? Spurlin and his work crew — "Tote 
that stove and bring me another brew." — Wolf's wild rides to Durham — Our boy at 
the Toddle House. 

Exams again — a year of studying and pleasure ends college for thirty-six of our 
boys. Rocky — Keeper of the Animals. 



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.^y^lplia ^UJelta (^napter yyfhcen 

George Stenhouse President 

Tommy Jordan Vice-President 

Erwin Jones Secretary 

William J. McClure Treasurer 



X. 




Render K. Bolick, Dallas D. Branch, John Bright, John L. Burns, John Casstevens, J. Dewey Dorsett, B. T. Duke, Jr., J. E. Evans, Robert L. 
Ettinger, C. K. Gammage, H. Alien Gant, A. F. Gibson, Steve P. Guy land, Hanson C. Hall, Charles S. Heinmiller, Ed S. James, M. H. John- 
son, R, U. Johnson, Talmadge Jordon, Tom M. Jordan, Lloyd Joyner, Jim Lilly, W. A. McMonus, Jim McNider, C. L. Mebane, Blanton W. 
Mills, Byron Mills, William C. Moore, Jim P. Parker, Talbert F. Parker, J. J. Pence, Charles Revelle, William F. Spurling, George D. Sten- 
house, P. W. Strader, Alex H. Veasey, Robert C. Warren, John G. Webb, C. D. Wilder, Henry K. Williams, Robert M. Wise, W. R. Wolf, 
J. R. Mock, S. C. Youngblood. 




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Beta Ratio; Four to One. 





TR PI 



s-^er lost complete contact, but we missed a lot of Chapter meetings in 
s^olp 'it was strange to begin again, . . . The initial awe that came from 
only transitory; we picked up the old habits with little difficulty and 
e v.'llil«^ seemed that w£ had never left. . . . The getting-back process was 
sTow at first. . . . Only the "100 mission crush" boys like Bob Stockton, Jabie Heyward, 
Townsend and Victor Bryant were able to see action in winter quarter but they 
gladly, or maybe reluctantly shed their glory clothes for horrible old grey flannels, 
button downs, and cashmeres and began to prepare the Beta House and the campus 
for the other returnees who were on their way back, ... It was greater seeing old 
faces again than we had thought it would be, but even greater than that was getting 
to know the Betas such as Bob Cash, Jim Spears, Jack King and Rowlings Hargrove 
and as winter quarter ended, the Betas approached pre-war normalcy. . . . Then 
came Spring and the return of virtually everyone who had left . . . which meant longer 
bull sessions . . . greater week-ends . . . and the Betas inevitable mass exoduses to the 
beaches. . . . Spring was great with beach trips. . . . Beta beer party in the meadows. 
. . . Beta pins appearing on Coed sweaters. . . . Familiar faces such as the Dunna- 
ways, Jim Warwick, Bud Heazel, Buz Bush and Cliff Frozier were back and we 
began business as usual. . . . Summer was fun. . . . The Navy and Marines released 
their tenacious hold and we became a complete chapter again, participating in 
campus activities with a sixty-five-man strength, and telling war stories in many 
bull sessions. . . . 



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Sonny Dunaway President 

Charles Blackburn Vice-President 

William BIythe Secretary 

James S, Heyward Treasurer 




Guy H. Andrews, Charles A. Blockburn, William B. BIythe, Victor S. Bryant, Robert A. Cosh, John Collett, George Davis, Mere Day, Howord 
Y. Dunaway, Kemp Dunoway, Edward S. Early, H. Wotkins Estes, Jr., David Farr, Cliff Frozier, M. Rowlings Hargrove, Charles H, Harris, 
Nelson Hendrix, William Herr, James S. Heyward, Orren W. Hymon, Eric Johnson, John R. King, Zack Smith, Ralph Stockton, Robert G. 
Stockton, William Thomas, Foison Thomson, Thomas J. Turner, James F. Warwick, Don Williomson, Jock Mockie. 





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Week-end Lab. 



Pass around the mug dhd we'll all take 
drink^ 





This year brought many brothers back to the Alpha Alpha of Chi Phi . . . Elliot, 
Arning, Powell, B. Uzell, Alspaugh, Girard, Anthony, Lindsay, Calkins, Spuller, Pleuth- 
ner, Johnson, S, Uzell, Gibbs, Hayes, Morton, and many more. 

A great many events and happenings throughout the year will afford us amusing 
memories . . . Evarts on the tea wagon again . . . Calkins, Johnson, Elliot on their 
weekly excursion to Richmond. . . . The many brilliant performances of "Lost Week- 
end" Wake Forest and Duke Game Week-ends. . . . Prince preparing for his parachute 
jumps. . . . Hunting season at the library . . . Arning's "The Great Passaic Incident." 
. .■ . Anthony's classic statement, "Do 1 have troubles'" . . . Girard and his motions. 
. . . Powell gets fined again. . . . Did someone mention poker? . , . The flowing 
return of frat pins. . . . Lindsay and Duke Hospital. . . . Sibley and his flashbulb 
pictures. . . . The coming marriages in June (hope you find these events amusing). 
. . . The chapter normal again after a few years intermission. ... A fine pledge class! 
, , . Bigger and better a future for Chi Phi, . . . 



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^^Ipka ^^Ipka L^kapter \yfhceri 

John Prince President 

Donald Ralston Vice-President 

Wayne Kent Secretary 

Ed Johnson Treasurer 




John F. Alspough, Edward K. Anthony, Lee D. Arning, Lewis D. Bortley, E. C. Burks, Fronk S. Colkins, Nothoniel G. Clark, William Coorts, 
Norman A. Cooledge, D. W. Crosswell, C. F. Doll, Richard S. Elliott, Dole M. Evarts, Harold E. Gibbs, John W. Girord, Robert M. Grohom, 
Floyd G. Hudson, T. L. Huguelit, Edwin H. Johnson, W. M. Kean, John W. Lindsay, Isaac H, Lutterhoh, Thomas McKim, H. D. Moore, Stuart 

C. Morton, Henry W. Owen, Robert W. Pleuthner, John W. Pope, Edward M. Powell, John A. Prince, D. N. Rolston, I. C. Rolader, Raymond 

D. Shiplett, John G. Sibley, John W. Sides, R. L, Simpson, Frederick C. Spuhler, Charles Stoncel, William A. B. Stewart, C. N. Tanner, 
Edward Urzell, M. K. Willis. 




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Post Game Pep Rally. 



"Who drunk m'likker?" 





-P5I 



[l^ith thb help of Mercury and Zeus, old Alpha Sigma pulls through another three 
^i - ■ +erm session at UNC . . . Those football games in the fall with Hooder losing his 
voice and lunch after each one, . . The Duke house-party and Gockley's version 
of "Bulldog." . . . Vinnie flinching every time someone yelled, "Pledge." . . . Kabodis 
Barnes' used-car run from Syracuse. . . . Tex Beneke week-end. . . . Finehout's date 
gets the measles . . . Paul Nelson tries his best to protect Irene — Fuess sweats it out 
in the infirmary. . . . Marshall, the camera fiend with his flash camera. . . . 

Hamp, Vinnie, Frank, Jump and Fuess on their midnight excursion. . . . Our 
terrific basketball team. . . . Uncle Julian and "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." . . . 
Question-of-the-year: Where is the mouthpiece for the cornet? . . . The loss of 
Minxie, our mascot. . . . 

Flash! Rummy won't touch the stuff . . . Dead Man comes to life. . . . Di Lorenzo 
stops dating. . . . Duncan cleans up his vocabulary. . . Jump grows hair. . . . And 
Big Nick gets a good night's sleep . , , Our fleet of automobiles, making up the 
Campus Express. . . . Finehout's much criticised movie review. . . . "How many won't 
be here for dinner tonight?" . . . Fitzgerald's favorite expression, "Dadburn." . . . 
The corn-cob philosophy of Mose Woodard. . . . 



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^^Ipka J^iama L^kapler Lynicers 

Victor Seixas President 

George Bourquin Vice-President 

Dennis Smith Secretary 

John Nichols Treasurer 



X 



Robert J. Call, Marshall E. Cline, Hompton S. Colemon, Edward W. Cox, W. F. Cox, Jr., Billings S. Fuess, R. F. Gibbs, Leornard G. Herring, 
James E. Huff, John G. Lampe, Charles G. Lowdermilk, B. William Mills, G. R. Nassif, Duncan R. Sf. Clair, James Shelton, Dennis W. Smith, 
Jerome T. Tools, Reid S. Towler, W. R. Turner, Jr., M. Luther Whitley. 




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The score was a trifle higher than that. 



The Mighty Dekes!? 





KRPPR EPSILOn 



e-wdr' torn hulks back again . , reconverting 
}rd's'unholy laugh. . . . Rushing, Kemp shakes up Booty. 



Halls of Beta rocked by 



Four A. M. chicken 
iviafh 'nine irons and brooms, underwear and seersuckers. . . , Five alarm blaze 
;es RendoN's room. . . . Shoe clerks play usual roles as flies in ointment on big 
week-ends. . . . Homecoming, "patriotism for the entire crowd." . . . Duke week-end; 
Rock, Spook, Melonhead, Corky, and others pay last visit to home until winter 
quarter, . . . Something happened in Charlottesville, not sure what. . . . Barnes and 
Jojo's friend mix it up. . . . Wooten has trouble with carnival barker. . . . Whispering 
Joe's long, comfortable evenings in phone booth . . . Dealer's Lynchburg date orders 
a steak . . . "Are you going to shoot us, or help usr'" , . . Harry and Einstein discuss 
gamma rays. . . . Slits gets down to bare facts outside Smith. . . , Jim Francis tries 
to scale Mclver. . . . Griffin enters race for Brother Obnoxious . . . Dirty word gave 
dies natural death due to exhaustion of vocabularies. . . . Jack Blades orders piece 
of pear pie. . . . Dodson gets entwined with a Fern in the Bulu Club. . . . Ball and 
Chain for Milliga, Badham, and Paty. . . . Pledge class builds new room in basement. 
. . . Schwartz in a perpetual state of R E 's, , . . Affairs at Mary's cabin and Terrace 
View, yak, yak, yak. . . . That Red Job will moon. . . . We never had it so good. . . . 



262 




vSeta L^liapter Kyfhcer'S 

George Whitner President 

Karl Schwartz Vice-President 

Howard Merry Secretary 

Stuart Campbell Treasurer 






Brondt Allen, J. Allison, Dick Badham, Williom Blades, Jock Blades, Sonny Boney, Souppy Campbell, Robert Dodson, Ralph Dupes, Jim Fowler, 
Robert Francis, Laurie Hooper, Bookie Jobine, James McMullan, Tag Montague, Charles Norton, Cloude Ramsey, Warren Rendell, Gene 
ReQua, Carl Schwartz, George Whitner, Frank Williams, Gus Zollicoffer. 




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Port of the Fleet that sonk the Navy, 



My! My! Whot dignity! 





's-'tritje ^ck iq swing of things by fall. . . . Rousing return of Lewis, 
Singer, Sonntog, Hamilton, Haynes and Frank Pill. . . . Hall clean-up first Sat. . . . 
instigated b^ Gabby, who quit after first blister. . . . Herb and Al reinforce soccer 
team. . . . "Bodman's bus to Baltimore or Bust." ... It did-wild party at Westy's 
place . . . Peele's and Al's own cheering section. . . . Decoration for Homecoming. 
.'. ^ Parties'at Norm's. . . . Deep in cats, dogs, kids and drinks. . . . Chuck, carnival 
addict, ferrying to state fair with his gas-hungry hack. . . . Pledge beer party. . . . 
Frank forgets date at Archer . . . has to be revived, dressed, and delivered. . . . 
Pat tries to down quart of kerosene. . . . The Duke Week-end! . . . The Emacks, 
Jesse, Blizzard, Peabo, Peeie, and others pile in. . , . Lover Haynes calling square 
dance figure from front room mantelpiece at four ayem. . . . Fred Gil's samba. . . . 
Louie, our ambassador of good will. . . . Gordon's plumbing feats. . . . flustered Pfautz: 
would-be wolf. . . . Ted and his cute lil' blue devil. . . . Thanksgiving banquet at 
Inn . . . assemblage stayed strangely sober. . . . Hamilton left holding bag. . . . 
Probation!!! . . . Bello buys a lean dream Lincoln. . . . Frugal fireman Fiero and his 
overladen larder. . . . Xmos eggnog at Norm's with personality (?) presents passed 
by "SANTA" Al. . . . Departure of Derek, Frank, Gabby, Bob, and Torrey. . . . 
Sonntag returns for final frolic in forest. . . . Pritchard tells Navy to go. . . . Craig 
comes home. . . . John and Georgia. . . . "Gimme that ole mountain dew." . . . 
Our own Kaffee klatches. . . . Can't keep Westy away. . . . Singer in his kimono. . . . 
Louie and Marian. . . . Duryea's delayed love nest. . . . Jolly Folly's puddle muddles 
and hen yen. . . . That icy annex. . . . Darby, Dick, and Snow sneaking back home, 
stewed. . . . Yack's heart trouble goes to stomach. . . . Gittings' puny puns. . . . 
Sam's screaming cravats. . . . Vicious Vic, Latham, and Ramsey: the casino crew. . . . 
Hedrick hitting law books and bottle. . . . Midwinters. . . . Papa Pilling. . . . Yack 
bock. . . . Swingout! . . . Finals. . . . 



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Herb L. Bodmon, E. Perot Fiero, Theodore J. Fussell, John S. Gittings, Richard E. Gordon, Herald R. Latham, Robert MacMillon, Orrin R. 
Magill, Charles B. MacRoe, Craig A. Moston, Louis Nicoud, Jr., John M. Pfautz, Victor A. Robinson, John K. Sends, Alain R. Singer, Clyde 
M. Stallings, George V. Strong, Jr. 




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Who says that $65 losts through the 
month? 



From the looks of the expressions, the 
conversation couldn't be "wimmen." 





Gmfl PI 



rospect and growth. . . . Out of the old, into the new . . . from frat court 
1 1 Let - point the walls blue ... do these curtains look 0. K.r' . . This will 

make a good bar. . . . Pictures to hang. . . . Where did we get all this stuff ■'■'?'? . . . 
Ernie covering sofas and running "lines." . . . And the chapter and the brothers 
settle down. . . . Anderson performs his last ritual with an "1 do" . . . Williams, 
Harding, Wilson, Walson, Harrison, Weedon, Henderson losing the bachelor degree 
and taking "Masters" . . . Whit leaves Bragg for the Hill , . . other old-timers 
back. . , . Numerator McKee and jitterbug Hinnant Eighteen-cent Howe still around. 
. . . Open the ventilators; it's hot in here. . . . That Xmas party — the Hghts down 
low . . . where is the punch bowP . . "Hell I guess" Poole. . . 

Initiate of the year . . . Brother Woosley — commerce head. Smoker — McGregor. 
. . . Marketing prexy in charge. . . . Founder's day . . . Brothers, old and new. . . . 
Wolfe and "labor" . . . chapter takes off for industrial visits, so many questions . . . 
back to the hill. . . . Riley, "I drink anything." . , . Mac Morris goes South but 
leaves his cousin behind. . . . Ask "Callahan." . . . Friday night meeting of Stock 
Exchange in "24." . . . Somebody fix that **-Xx*fuse. . . Blonchard and Fowler 
in the back field. . . . "Deacon" Goforth, Statesville gift to the women. . . . "Crip 
shot" Lee. . . . "Shot" Hull. . . . "Foreman" Bortling advocates mudhole to mudhole 
pay. . . . Wanta discount? . . . See Trueblood. . . . Pace interning at Watts, . . . 
Nolan, the Miami Beach Playboy and collector of revenue. . . . Hey Stud, telephone. 
. . . Roth likes the way it's served at the Inn, . . Rushing . . . Delta Sig's largest 
pledge class. . . . Trips in the country . . . it's a long, long way. . . . "Efficiency" 
Pully and his experts . . . points for everything ... til the end of the year. . . . 



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^^Ipka cyLambda L^kapter vJnlceri 

William L. Callahan Head Master 

William L. Kenney Senior Warden 

Kervvin B. Stollings Treasurer 

Frank B. White, Jr Scribe 




Roger W. Anderson, Colon Byrd, Bill Callahan, Lee Connolly, Ralph Dupes, Clifton T. Edwards, Dick Elliot, Jim Fowler, Cecil Garrett, John 
Harding, Paul Haigwood, Ernest Hicks, Bill Johnson, Bill Kinney, Eppie Knight, Harold Lee, Jock Nolan, William H. Pace, Warren Perry, 
Clarence F. Poole, Wiley M. Pully, Gene Roth, K. B. Stollings, Calvin Warren, William Watson, Richard Wax. 





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Perfect specimens ot football athletics. 



I think that I will run for Governor, too 






P,fil,,pLPHR 






^ n gentlemen returning to their home, 110 Cameron that is, and 110 strong. 

|f liii^le "sofa-happy" Beaver. ... "I can get it for you cheap." . . . Building plans 

* w!crdu6by holes . . . after two poles down lucky to still have one lung gung Jackson 

' sostcr^lifcylation . , . Those PJ parties mode it look mighty wet out. . . Prexy Page 

"Studmobile." . . . House manager "Orange Top." . . . Complaining by 

Wax. . . . Pledge Dowdy features the "Bug" followed by "Town and Country" 

Dunlea. . . . Kernal Corn and "Snotch" Mayfield to Harry's. . . . Our "BO" club 

started by T. Belk and Amos. . . . KA quartet and "Snowball ain't my name." . . . 

Lovers including "Rugged Lover" Sherrin, "Tender Lover" Massengill, "Tali Lover" 

Todd and "Mad Lover" Wright. ... "I want your razbucknicks" Pully, treasurer. 

The "Mole" takes a wife while "Double F" and Miss Mary still hold true. . . . 

"Silented" Tisdale still looking for that boy from Maryland. ... Ike Belk says "That 

statiskits is nothing but ruff." . . . The sandwich kings — "Happy" Ingram and 

"Caffeine" Massey. . . . 

"Mary and Jerry." . . . Serenades to our pin-ups . . . Pledges "Champ" Urquhart 
and "Chief" Sing wishing to be like their big brothers, Needam and Ricks, the 
"Ulcer" kids. . . . Morning finds the "Breakfast Clubbers" up and at 'em. . . . 
Smallwood's Sport Spins and week-end at WC. . . . And there is the always helping 
hand of the "Contractor" Sebrell. . . . "All Campus" Pate led sparkling basketball 
team. . . . Biscuit "How's your Hocus" Smith, . . . Fall Germans found Beneke 
ond band fraternizing with the good brothers and dates. . . . The council dance with 
the Duke chapter. . . . "Cappy" takes Bob — guitar and all. . . "Dining Room" 
Jim-horses to eat and ride. . . . The "Barnyard" dance and corn for all. . , . Dance- 
man "I smell your breath" Kirby. ... To the chapter "Pill Peddlers," Drs. Berkeley, 
Cline, Gardner and Wright. . . . Now we leave, but our hearts forever stay. . . . And 
they bound themselves together and called it old KA. 



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Uipsiion (chapter yyfhceri 

Robert Page President 

Dave Mossengill Vice-President 

Jomes Taylor Secretary 

Kenneth Todd Treasurer 




Harold Amos, A. Anderson, Oliver Anthony, Dovid Barnes, Irwin Belk, Thomas Belk, Bruce Berkeley, Joe BIythe, John Cline, Les Copple, 
Thomas Corn, Don Evans, Sidney Gardner, James Gascoigne, George Grizzard, Frick Henderson, Charles Herty, III, William Hollomon, Hunter 
Howard, Tony Huntley, David Huiton, John Kerr, Robin Kirby, Arnold Koonce, Braudis Leonard, Jim Lewis, David Lindsay, John Lindsay, 
Robert MacMillan, Jerry Marsh, David Mosengill, Thomas Mayfield, C. C. McLean, Gil McLeod, Harry Northrop, Robert Page, Patrick Pote, 
Wellborn Phillips, Steve Pillar, Pete Pully, David Ricks, Lee Rodenbough, Jack Sampson, John Sheorin, Malcolm Sherrin, Brooks Shuping, 
Irwin Smallwood, Henry Smith, Miles Smith, Randolph Smith, William Spough, Steve Stefanou, William Tate, Jim Taylor, Ed Tisdaie, Ken- 
neth Todd, Carroll Wall, Richard Wox, Donald Wright, Richord Wright, Clement Yancey. 




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Who says they don't eat over at the 
Kappa Sig House? 



Who's toking whose picture!!! 




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P^yiSiGmR 

Hill '|.X 



'K.-'Tp'here's Ed .Gerdon? He's at Jeff's — it's Friday nite 
"^^Id-^re-) more^ , , , Spike Ingram on the telephone 

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What happened to Pedro's 
Beans and onions for the 
ral and Pimp, , . . Skippy, the chow hound of the outfit. . . . Tojo, directing on 
Broadway. . . . Indian Kyle is on the loose . . . Thad and Wroy smelling beer caps 
again. . . . Heavy, mainstay of the clowns. . . . Johnstone, Yackety Yack chief and 
Spanish prof. . . . Dad and Bill Miller, faculty advisors. . . B.L.M O.C.Cooper. . . 
Leftovers from scarface mob: Fireball, Toby, Parks, Bob, and Big John, Dapper 

Dan, dating every night. . . . Cotton and Rollo, boarding at the A. D Pi House. 
. Goochie lost his hat . . Sibold and Fred, working for Disney. . . . Judge 
Brinkley decides the issue . Moffitt: "I'm on my way to New York." . . Keeter 
doing Roonies at the Roonie View . . Bruno, struggling with accounting. . . . 
Hugh Jenkins: "Uh huh, wrong goal." . . . G Pinchhead Hicks gets the Green 
Hornet treatment , . Get a new couch. Mole has been here. . . . Frank Jenkins, 
high financier. . . . Walt Jones leading a tough life in the pent house . . . Art 
Beckham, alias Jim Murphy . Tom York, charter member. Archer House. . . . 

Grove caught a fly in the outfield. . . . Grcppler Norwood, strong-arm of the Kappa 
Sig House. . . . Sills, selecting his roommate. . . . Fol|ay, mtermurol wheel. . . . 
Kinston crowd, charter members of the White Owl . . . Carter: "the poker book 
soys play it this way." . . . Bill Gnffin: "My inspiration is killing me." . . . Swittie 
Pie Craig: "1 still loves ya." . . . Who has your pin now. Cupcake? . . . Where's 
the lumber, Paschal? . . . Pride of the Capital City — the Charlies and Putty. . . . We 
had some fine times — football week-ends, the pledge dance. Founders Day Banquet. 
. . . We got advice, too— from Dr Woodhouse . A E K.D.B. 



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Joel Wright President 

Edward Craig Vice-President 

Gene Johnstone Secretary 

Hugh Jenkins Treasurer 




Wroy Amos, Edward Ashby, Edward L. Baity, Ira W. Baity, Jr., Milton Barnes, William C. Boone, Herman Bradly, H. Edward Brcnnegar, 
Wolter Brinkley, Leonard Corter, Ben Cooper, Edword Cordon, John Cordon, Philip Couch, Edward Craig, Grove Cummings, Gene Desportes, 
Albert W. Ebelein, Jack Folger, Bill Griffin, Williom S. Halsey, Jock Hamilton, Robert C. Harris, Don B. Harrison, Gordon Heath, Bryant 
Hicks, William Hight, Philip Hines, Dwight Henkle, Fleming Jeffries, Hjgh Jenkins, L. B. Johnson, Eugene H. Johnstone, Walt C. Jones, Don 
Keeter, Stuart Kuykendoll, William Kyle, Edword Little, William Little, William Mercer, William E. Miller, William Moffitt, Bud Morris, 
Robert Newell, Jim Nolan, John Norwood, Leonard Oettinger, William Olsen, Steve Pcrrot, Hugh Griffin, Warren Perry, Hubert Philpott, 
George Sibold, James Spillers, Leroy Stanley, Dan Steigman, Fred G. Tucker, Pete Withers, Carl C. Wooten, Joel W. Wright, Tom York. 




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Now for a little serious indulgence. 



What a crew and what expressions! 





CHI niPHR 



mbda Chi Alpha was reborn after a dormant period of some five 
years, in September, 1946. Under the guidance of interested alumni, and with notable 
faculty assistance, the UNC actives and the transfers were able to build from the 
September nucleus a well-knit and expanded group The initiation of pledges in 
December and February brought chapter strength to about thirty-five. 

The Gamma Nu's is published by the chapter four times each school year to give 
the alumni and other chapters an insight into the activities of the Carolina Lambda 
Chi's. 

Highlight of the Lambda Chi year is the traditional annual banquet and dance 
sponsored jointly with the chapters at State, Duke and Wake Forest. . . . Inter- 
chapter sports are frequent . . . the annual winner obtaining possession of the Inter- 
chapter Sports Trophy. 

Active National and alumni support of our housing drive promises to make the 
coming year even more fruitful for Gamma Nu than the highly successful '46-'47 
season. 



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Ljamma i (u L^kapter \Jfhcer'i 

Richard Anderson President 

David Denning Vice-President 

Barron Mintz Secretary 

James P. Hogan Treasurer 




Richard Anderson, John Booroem, Rufus Butner, Dove Denning, Joseph Diob, William Finloyson, Stanley Holl, Phillip Hogan, Charles Knight, 
"Baron" Mintz, Joe Moon, Jack McDuffie, William Mcllwoin, Earl Tyndoll. 



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And the food is good, too. 



"Oh the night that Paddy Murphy died, 
I never will forget ..." 





DELTA THETfi 



^, ember and the mob returns ... 1 , 2, 3 ... 10 ... 50, where ore they going to 
ie^?- . . . Carlson starts counting silver threads among the gold while trying to 
. . . Tuthill and Fran ever present. . . . Paint all over the damn place, 
procures assorted furniture for the joint. . . . Wotkins loses a fast 
rou: ^. - :.. J pin at Duke and the gang journeys over for its first serenade in enemy 
territory. . . . Football at Kenan stadium and mobs at the Peanut Butter house 
afterwards. . . . Rush week arrives. . . . The Duke game came around, bringing 
much alumni with it, and much partying. . . . Corn tries to kick Polaris out of its 
axis, ... A short pause for station recuperation and Tex Beneke brings his gong 
down for Fall Germans and Guthrie herds half of them into the house for post-dance 
festivities, . . . Pass the benzedrine pappy, . . . The whole gang meets for annual 
Christmas party, McGaughey presiding, . . . Holidays come and go and much 
January-morning quarterbacking, , , , "Listen, I was standing right beside Gabe 
Hill, and that pass traveled 40 yards forward, . . . Great, that New Orleans, great 
town, that Noo Yawk, etc, etc. . . . Somebody counts noses (Todd counts double), 
and Tuthill, McGaughey, and Fitch turn up among the permanently missing. . . . 
The Bowery Boll, to be or not to be? Anybody ever hear of Pearl Harbor? ... 0. K., 
we'll hove it in the house. . . . Voigt and the missing kegs, . . . "Crash" Haines 
and "Lucky" Mclver race for the dining room. . . . Hunsucker usurps Jorboe's 
throne, in fact he takes over the whole throne room, . , , Tn-Delts become our 
collective Valentines with a tea (?) -dance on February 14 , . Spring holidays and 
the Florida bound buggies. . . . Spring quarter (sigh), starts sans Hix, Domtoft, 
Pannill, and Godfrey, who are trying to make their first million before all the 
G.I. diplomas start rolling off the presses. . . . Hix planning to earn his after a trip 
to the altar. ... To say any more would be pushing Nostradamus. . . . We're glad 
Post-War adjustments come only every twenty yedrs. . . . 



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vSeta L-^kapter VJfhceri 

Vincent Strobel President 

Walter Damtoff Vice-President 

Paul Brayhill Secretary 

Jon Tuthill Treasurer 




Wayne Brennegen, John Byers, Bob Carlson, Everett Clark, Dick Connell, Lovick Corn, Charley Crowley, Jerry Darden, Don Dempsey, 
Charley Earp, Jack Elam, Bill Ellis, Vernon Godfrey, Winston Gunnels, A, H. Hall, Pete Hix, Marvin Norton, Wade Isaacs, Bob Killetfer, 
Chorlie Kimsey, Jim Little, Benson McCutcheon, Buddy Miller, Turk Newsome, Frotz Pteiffer, Mark Pope, Bill Porter, George Robertson, 
Roy Rov/e, Baxter Sopp, Adrian Smith, Ralph Strayhorn, Vincent Strobel, Bill Stubbs, Jon Tuthill, Gene Turner, Boynord Van Hecke, Rotcher 
Watkins, Tom Weatherly, Mason Whitney, Andy Williamson, Basil Wood. 



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The white star still shines for us . . this year 124 strong ... all the way from 
'■Centennial" Sewell down to "Block Rufe" Swanner. . . . The reign of "Hawg" and 

Herk." . . . Bodgett's bulletin-board balances and Hall's histories. ... A house, a 
home and Mrs A\ent Anna and the King of Social Chairman. "Lover" lane 

nd Hannah's Hammer Ma|or Dillard of the Spade and Shovel Club. . . . The 

-■^Lii^^Lirn o.f, Jonto and his stooge, Frosty. . . Walker's longing for the days in Roberson 
(^1;^^ . . . Seegoo's open house and Benny's bolshevist banquets. . . . Slipcovers 
by Creech and hangovers by Edwards Tomlinson's "Mann" of the hour. . . . 

Lessons from Swifty and Joyce. . . . Lathrop's door gag . . Messrs. Todd and 
Barbour, Inc. . . . Raymond "It pays to ploy" Jordan. Fire Chief Noneman, La 

Belle Curtis, and a game of pinochle. . . . Hoddy-toddy, and engagement ring, and 
"Farmer" Hall . . . Brother and Joan: she loves me, she loves me not, she loves 
me, etc. . . . Bob and Pat, Ted and Pam, Haig and Naomi, Link and Vip, Bill and 
Gladys, Gildy and Robin, chaperones all. . . Paul's cookin' and Phi's bettin'. . . , 
Epsilon of Phi Gamma Delta. . . . Let's do it all over again. 



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(Lpduon Lilian ier K^fficerJ 

Ernest McLean, J r President 

Robert Hedrick Corresponding Secretory 

Terry Morris Recording Secretary 

Henry Badgett Treasurer 




Dewitt R. AusHn, DeVan Borbour, Poul B. Bissette, Robert B. Broughton, Meredith Buel, Alvin C. Bush, Milton C. Cosh, Charles H. Chaplin, 
Richard B. Cheatham, Dovid A. Cobb, John C. Cobb, Roy M. Conner, William A. Creech, Walter S. Crump, Everette M. Edwards, William 
G. Edwards, John D. Fleming, John W. Froizer, Charles L. Fulton, Dixie E. Greene, William A. Hackney, Roger G. Hall, James M. Hayworth, 
Robert L. Hutton, Guy B. Johnson, Lawrence M. Johnson, James G. Lamm, Charles F, Lambeth, Thomas B. Lathrop, William E. Mackie, 
Dub Martin, William R. Martin, William P. Mayo, Ernest C. McLean, Moron D. McLendon, Leo V. Mullen, Terry 0. Norris, D. Ormond, 
Robert R. Padgett, M. H. Parker, William G. Raker, Leaman Rogers, John Sexton, Robert Y. Smith, John B. Steodmon, Thomas P. Strat- 
ford, Sanford W. Thompson, Charles H. Tietjen, Leon M. Todd, Merwin Van Hecke, Horry G. Walker, David J. Whichard. 



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Just a friendly gathering, but watch out 
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M|PR SIGfTlR 



overtones wu hear , . Who went into the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel in New 
eons and sai "Think of oil the hoy you could stock in here!'" . . . Overheard in 
the locol ciiK inu 'dee, I'm glad he's gone, that little stinker!" . . . Hearts are gay 
when the, vo^ ch ese' souffle. . . . The Rover Boys in Greensboro, or "Lost in the Kitchen 
of New Guilford/' . . . Shall we say 2 A. M.? — He's an old friend, so he won't mind. 
. . . Week-end guests: The Alumni and Messrs. Haig and Haig. . . . Who slept on 
a pink cloud in Burlington? 

That's one for the baby, Max. ... I've got a headache. Oh, that's too bad — who 
is he? . . . Hey, Stew, "Alas poor Yorick, he's gone to the dogs." . . . Romantic item: 
the Hoop, Nebraska and 20 points. ... A Philadelphia doctor's telephone coll, "Where 
is Hippie and my daughter?" Really wanta know. Doc? . . . Woody studies French 
in the bar these days, honest, I heard him hollerin c couple of French numbers. . . . 
Stanbach's major-Spanish II. . . . Stedman's projects-down one doubled. . . . You 
got the furniture, eh, Smitty. . . . Cyclops. . . . Sarge, who is this guy Slobodkin? . . . 
Who knows Penny's version of a foxhole?' . . . Shumate: "I haven't got the money 
and I don't know where it is anyway." . . . Overheard right after Snookie's swan 
dive thru the window one night, "You've got it locked, you've got it locked. , . . 
Richardson and the eternal triangle (or was that three, Johnnie^'). . . . The man 
with a mop-head. . . And who or what is a simian bucolicr' . . . Culbertson please 
notice: English and Harris hove learned something here at least. . . . The greatest — 
rabbit of 'em all. . . . Flynt's flying trips north, or "Some Day I'll Find You." . . . 
Three men on parties, and we don't mean Paul Jones or pajamas. . . . Old names 
upon a paddle that once warmed you, you-know-where now warm your heart in 
recollection. . . . Dick Sieck, Vernon Lackey, Smith King, Johnny Bowers, Harry 
Lee Clark. . . . 



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Omar Hester President 

Mariotte Stewart Vice-President 

Bill Donnell Secretary 

Jack Moore Treasurer 




Richard Atkinson, Richard Borab, R. L. Bush, Frank Casey, Joseph Clark, Haynes Dunlop, William Early, William Egein, Frank English, James 
Flynt, Joseph Franks, John Gale, Paul Green, Garfield Guyer, William Henderson, Omar Hester, John Hooker, Floyd Huffman, Albert Jones, 
John Lewis, Leonard Littlejohn, Paul Ludwig, David Miles, Fred Mills, Myron Moore, Thomas Munden, Robert Nelson, Arthur Pappos, Wil- 
ford Penny, Carroll Poplin, Joseph Powell, Hubert Price, Harry Savas, Allen Sherman, Thomas Shumate, Edward Smith, William Smith, Charles 
Stanbach, John Stedman, Edgebert Stevenson, Raymond Sugg, Percy Woll, Benjamin Ward, Donald Ward, Woodrow Westall, Louis Wil- 
kerson, Dan Willetts. 



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Just a friendly game of bridge. 



Welcome, Friend, glad to see ya. 





LPHR 



cHici thuig; Somethings old, somethings new, lots borrowed, but never 
Return of ;thQ prodigals . . . Tou's claim to fame, and radio's mouthpiece, 
so did Thompson, Cooper, and Reynolds . . . and many 
t football week-ends . . , more ways than one. . . . The Tri-Delt 
few that pumpkin? . , . Balls and chains to Ducky . . . and Larry, 
and -Dins. . . . Breakfast at the Pines. . , , Christmas came . . . Da'd 
. . and the Bird-Dog pointed elsewhere. . . . "Way down yonder in 
. . . Scoop's nose for news. ... 35 new pledges .the house takes 
on a new lustre. . . "Salty Dog" becomes president. . . . The May Casino , . . and 
Black-Jock in the back. . . . "Influence." . . . Smiley Simpson, official cheerleader. 
. , "Chrome-Dome" Sessler, OUR LEADING SPEAKER . . Shot loves ADPi. . . . 
Rooney! . . Mello-Rooney!! , . , Doc Tweed and cadaver, Long John. . . Bill dashes 
to Dot. . . , Rudy, Sudy's "Matchless Boy." , . . Banzai Jetton and Fox-hole Pouts. . . . 
K 0. Clopp Cooke-ing on the front burners . . . Glutton Sutton. . . Op. No. 1 
"Lost my pin" McBane. . . . "Two-beer" still washing That Car. . . . Sez Graham; 
"It's a Purr trip to Concord." . . Deadeye serenades Spenser, by himself. . . . Anybody 
pluck the Duck? . Geronimo Johnston, He'll get you a date. . . . We were crammed, 
we were jammed, but we liked it. . . . One for all, and all for fun. . . . 



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Jan. \^kapter Kyfhcers 

Ted Wall President 

Morrison Griffin Vice-President 

Casper Lamb Secretary 

Ben F. Cooper Treasurer 




Samuel J. Arbes, E. Graham Battle, B. B. Blackburn, Benjamin F, Cooper, Rex S. Coston, Arthur W. Daniels, Jr., Williom K. Delbridge, 
Henry M. Faulconer, John M. Pouts, Maurice W, Griffin, Milton C. Harding, H. Wilson Jetton, III, J. William Johnston, Jr., Casper G. Lamb, 
Charles K. MocDermut, Jr., William J. Marsh, John M. May, Carlyle Morris, John H. Neal, Wilber L. Padgett, Robert G. Quincey, C. Fron- 
cis Riddle, W. M. Sessler, John B. Simpson, Jr., William M. Storey, William R. Taylor, Jr., Arthur W. Thomas, Jr., C. Thomas, R. C. Tweed, 
Kenneth D. Underwood, Theodore R. Wall, T. Weaver. 



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All dressed ond no place to go. 




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Chow down ' Out of the way, pledges. . . . Make way for the King Cole Trio, Aronson, 
Wollocl-, 01 iJ Bergman. . . . Hey, Don, driving to Greensboro tonight? . . . We've 
got smoo for lunch. . . . Nope, no date for the week-end yet. . . . More beer. . . . 
Wise up,'Vid. . . . Marbles and coke bottles. . . . Abe and Gerry in Richmond make 
merry. . . . Wonder what Jackson E. is doing now. . . . Sandwiches and juice. . . Can 
I borrow a couple of orgyles for tonighti' ... Sid crashes Moonglow. . . . The combo 
makes music at a terrific Duke week-end. . . . Swell to see those familiar faces 
again. , . . Field wastes his first life, eight to go . . . Our four sets of brothers, 
Foxes, Shapiros, Schottlands and Schwartzes. . . . The unforgettable cabin party. 
. . . To heck with the quiz, just one more game. Jack. ... It's 3 A. M., time to hit 
the books. . . . The Miami monkey jungle increases by two. . . . What clique are 
you in? . . . No Lynn, I'm not going to Durham. . . . "Casanova" Kaplan. . . . Crunch 
retires from the restaurant business. . . . The football team beats Navy, and Balti- 
more beats us. . . . Eskimo Swartzburg and his jacket make JV. . . . Hurrah for 
Nemo. . . . "Ollie" Fox and "Strangler" Friedlander. . . . What's the matter, you got 
rocks in your head? . . Aronson has car trouble and ditto. . . . Erwin, it's your 
turn to stoke the furnace. . . . Honk and Charlie and their Jo Stafford fan club. . . . 
"Mawstah" Goodman. . . . "Bilbo" Cohen. . . . "Butch" Levy. . . . hurry up with dessert, 
we're leaving for Burlington. . . . 



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Howard Aronson President 

Alfred Jacobson Vice-President 

Alan Bergman Secretary 

Donald W. Paley Treasurer 



Howard P. Aronson, Harvey G. Auerboch, Alan Bergman, Charles Borton, Melville S. Cohen, Irvin Fox, Stanley H. Fox, Robert J. Friedlander, 
Henry W, Golding, Lawrence Goldrich, Leonard Goodman, Alon S. Gubin, Leonard J. Kaplan, Frank Levy, Abrom H. Moskow, Donald W. 
Paley, Norman D. Ripps, Gerald M. Schwartz, Sanford Sprintz, Lee J. U nger, Charles Veil, Richard D, Wallack, 






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Is it — is it not Brady's! 



The boys at their favorite sport???? 





JPHR EPSILOn 



ig Alphs of '4-5 and '47 won't be forgetting ... Alio Canada!!! . . . Automatic Cox 
never missingTj^'.'Choo Choo" Corr receiving the "pitch" — Mike's admiration for the 
Afcher glHs'^'^r is it just squirrels in generaP . . . Choked up Charlies of '46, starting 
with "Stubby and Tu" and lately, "That's kid stuff, Wilson" and "I don't have a pin 
Smith," and, Oh Yes, the cleaver boys of '47 with W. W. W. and Gammon as 
officers of the shattered hearts club— Beach trips with "Tomal lie-mouth" Smith 
and "Blast" Fox at the helms — a memorable 24 hours with a pig — 'twas a stuffy 
party so we opened the Zephyr window, or I move the previous question. A. T. on his 
cross country to the Library. . . Forrester making tracks to the filling station end 
frequent toasts with paragoric. ... 24 neophytes . . . and every one a definite asset 
to the Fraternity — "Big Blue" Taylor — "Coach" Berry giving us the word. ... Jo Jo 
replacing Stella in our humdrum lives. ... Six hot and cold running chamber maids. 
. . . Scott's for cocktails, and if in the vicinity, "Drop by for a nightcap" Willie. . . . 
Then, too, there's Honest Bob slaving over a hot poker table. . . . Furniture and 
Fixtures a la Chautreuse. . . . "Cup Cake" Doeschler and Ficklen, the without, 
wondering who Hallett's date is . . . "Beef" finding out. . . . Sauceless or rather semi- 
sauceless "dead wood." . . . Bro. Moose, a fellow EM, and "Chet" not being long 
for the mid-night oil. . . . L. W.'s whiskey arias. . . . "Curley" Price, his minutes, and 
now head Muckety-Muck of the Frot. . . . "Two drink Terrible" Thompson and his 
running mate, "Mistuh, Mistuh, Suh" Thomas Snipes. . . , Tull and The Bat . . . 
or was it Strick. . . . Gray and his Pipes . . . West House . . , Then Hullo Mike. . . . 
"I just blowed in from Durham and ..."... "Stormy," ce n'etait pas beau c'etoit 
magnifique. . . . And however — or should we soy furthermore even a Rhodes scholar or 
two, but leave us "not lock." . . . Bouquets to the "E K Powe's III, The Chos. 
McClendon's and Lord and Lady Chesterfield." 



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Clayton Moore President 

Claude Strickland Vice-President 

Charles Price Secretary 

Warren Ficklen Treasurer 











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The Winnah! lof whatl. 



All they need now is a spittoon. 





,efull of strangers . . . Eventually it develops that all are brother Sigs. . . . 
ge of sec stories. . . . Hayday at Hogans — A victory for the drys . . . Rise 
Geech touring the campus armed with soda water. . . . The green 
. . . New brothers Bill, Pete, Dick. . . . Rush Week, sleep a thing 
of the past. . . . Now, Men. . . . Best "Beat Dook" exhibit, erected by Vol . . , nearly 
loses head at game. . . Paint gets in your eyes. . . . Caniffian art in the game 
room. . . . Dimples becomes famous. . . . Nixon entertaining like mad. . . . Dome 
distresses Devils. . . . Intramural filibuster ... A big bold men was this desperado. 
. . . Bruce and Ace in "Wall Street." . . . Brother Herschel Johnson end banquet. . . . 
The milk scramble vs. Communism. . . . "Wild William" and "30 Second Charlie" 
Bonecrushers. . . . The senator from Pachuta. . . . Miss Cory M — . . . Hunneycutt and 
Gloria. . . . This is the sacred sanctuary. . . . The bookie suits. . . . New Orleans 
Nights. . . . Jack and the disappearing cigarettes . . . The hunt WF week-end . . , 
Cal and Laugh depart. . . . The neighbors create a parking problem. , . . Wally's 
grip tightens. . . . Prospect of another Big Year. . . . 



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.^^tpka ~yau L^napter yyfhcers 

Dotson Palmer President 

Bever Van Wagner Vice-President 

James Bolch Secretary 

A. C. Edward Treasurer 




H. K. Allen, Fred Bauer, H. Beebe, J. Brooks, Waiter Brown, Hoke Bullard, Grimes Byerly, Z. Bynum, J. Camp, R. Councill, B. Covington, 
J. Crum, C. T. Daniel, Sam Daniels, A. Edwards, Bob Edwards, L. Evans, P. Finch, W. Flamish, Bill Good, Bill Hepburn, T. Hockoday, G. B. 
Holland, Richard Hoyle, Wayne Johnson, J. C. Johnson, C. Johnston, Jim Keiger, Gene Koonce, R. S. Longley, R. E. Lee, W. H. McCarthy, 
C. L. Meredith, D. P. Moore, C. Nixon, J. B. O'Neal, Dotson Palmer, G. Pankey, W. C. Parker, J. Pearson, P. D. Pence, K. C. Roberts, W. 
Russell, G. Scholl, R. Seaver, E. Somers, G. R. Trotter, C. W. Warren, Jim White, Dennis Williams, Bill Woestendiek, E. W. Woodard, 
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Waiting there to do a little stumping. 



Sigmo Nu's Prides and Joys. 





yaMl5ASt'4"J^ill be recorded in the annals of fraternity history as the greatest 
year Psi'Chdpter of>.Sigma Nu has ever seen. ... Its sons returned from every nook 
and cranny of the globe to continue to pursue their quest for knowledge sprinkled 
iaafvfu.ri, frolic and- gaiety. ... As we flip back the leaves of memory, we shall 
Temember Tyndall's party which gave impetus to the social season. . . . The invasion 
of Baltimore and Mitchell's quite "spiritual" party. . . . The wine flowing like 
tears. . . . Cutlar's injury which will probably keep him out of the movies. . . . 
Cousin Bill and Les White's two new roommates, Bob and Toughie Dungey. . . . 
"Hank" and "Murph" and the 24-hour cocktail lounge. . . . "Damnyankee Haven," 
for damnyankees Robbo, Cleary, Walt and "Lover-boy" Prata. . . . Senator Roy 
Elton Forehand, "K-i-t spells Katherine." . . . Tucker (Square Root) McDaniel's 
mathematical genius. . . . The 19th holers, Ed (Steve Canyon's the name) Cato 
"Orville Wright" Savage and "Stump" Sigler. . . . Harvey's daily postals from 
"Salt Pork, W. Va." . . . Possum Beoudry off to the races dressed like a "bookie." . . . 
"Jitterbug" Leary, Officer in Charge of Platter Procurement. . . . "Doodles" Mc- 
Kenzie, meeting the Richmond bus. . . . "Throttle-Jockey" Smothers, head waiter 
at the Pi Phi House. . . . "Judge" Small, CUTTSing quite a figure in the legal 
world. . . . Harding, "What happened to all the damned hot water?" . . . Whitless 
Osgood, BMOC, CCC, UP and. . . . Lee Brown's clever mechanisms (not the one in 
West Virginia), . . . Photographer Lottie's painting n' long distance colls. . . . 
The two "Long Johns" Wallace and Coll plus the "Virginia Gentleman." . . . The 
fatal step into the sea of matrimony for Little, Carson, Hinnant, and Howard. . . . 
The cockiest pledge class of all time and their "forced march." . . . The bitter and 
the sweet, the good and the bad, all that created the ties that will bind our hearts 
forever. . . . The "White Star" of Sigma Nu continues to shine with its ever 
beaming brilliance. . . . 



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J-^ii L^kapter Kynlcers 

Peter Beaudry President 

Clyde Parker Vice-President 

George Byrum Secretary 

Les White Treasurer 




Peter T. Beaudry, Rodney L. Booker, L. E. Brown, L. W. Brown, W. C. Byrd, John F. Coll, E. L. Clark, Tom F. Cleary, Eugene B. Crawford, 
F. R. Efird, William M. Ferguson, R. E. Forehand, William G. Gaither, J. Gill, John R. Hording, John A. Horper, G. Hodges, Z. V. Jones, 
J. B. Kittrell, Eppie P. Knight, D. L. McKinney, Les McLeod, B. C. Moore, Whit Osgood, Clyde L. Porker, Robert E. Perry, Jules W. Phoenix, 
Demont Rosemon, Fred Savage, H. Sigler, J. H. W. Smoll, William F. Smithdeoi, Harvey W. Turnoge, C. S. Venoble, John P. Wolloce, Les 
White, William V. White, W. A. Winburn, G. T. Wolff. 



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is everyone so quiet? 



What, no kibitzers? 





SILOn PH 



\ear of our lives, . . . Darwin, Freud, Copernicus and Waldfogel. . . . 

3i. we did Duke week-end, . . . "Answer yes or no, Sommers," . . . The 

shortened the meetinq to 18 hours . , . Leila, Blanche, Ann, Joan, Phyllis 

our-'J-'housemothers " . Clem from the country. . . Julie's transfer 

c, orwj^jA'allie with the light brown scalp . . , "And send 40 nice girls." . . . 

; T^n fHioleah. . . . Bensol Jaffa. . . , Little Nudnick. . . . "Five O'clock 
Shift'" . , Ralph and Shirley's date in Charlotte . . Lee, the Gabriel Heatter of 
the Hill, , , . Bridge and gin-rummy. . . . Frankel stalked out again. . . . "Wrap 
Gene in a blanket and bring him in." . . . Choo Choo Izzy . . . Diamond and Yank, 
the lovers. . . . Howard Weinstein's Driving School. . . . Ernie Rosenburg's Library 
of Facts . . The three D's, Debussy, Dvorak and David , . "What's the poop. Jack?" 
. . . Billy's convertible and those two o'clock classes. . . . Move the previous question. 
. . . Morder's version of "Show Boat." . . . Rosinsky's serorita. . . . Lemo's Lads, the 
pledges. . . . Kinbera's Kolyum, . . Reading proof for Jacobson. . . . Stan's seer- 
sucker. . . . Major Hank, . . . "The Coffee Song" and Harris. . . . The Raleigh 
Express run by Breslow. . . . "Carry Levine upstairs again." . . . The time Rubin 
passed a course, . . . Al Marks' den. . . . Harvey's collecting funds for the Founda- 
tion for Frustrated Females, . . . The Arthur Shain Memorial First Aid Kit . . . and 
Galink, the Hairy Ape. . . . Bobby Epstein loves Mickey Rooney. . . . Gastonia calling 
Leiber. . . . And lest we forget, Fabian the Fabulous. . . . Three little Baers . . . 
"Who let Ruark looser'" . . . Jitterbug Bergen. . . . Edelman's medicine. . . Peltz's 
Saturday dates. . . . Sy's coupe. . . . Berman, the CPU wheel. . . . Chapel Hill's 
gift to the TEP house, Stan Cohen. . . . "Drop over sometime, Fleischman." . . . 
Big Ben. . . . Sand's motor scooter. . . . Anybody seen Leon? . . . Remembrance 
of things past. ... 



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LJineaa (chapter K^fHcerS 

Fred Jacobson President 

Seymour Levin Vice-President 

Ernest Rosenberg Secretary 

Sol A, Jaffa Treasurer 




Hymon Cohen, Robert Epstein, Norman Galinkin, Herman Grossman, Stuort Harris, Fred Jacobson, Ben Jaffa, Sol Jaffa, Sid Kolin, Stan 
Legum, Seymour Levin, Albert Levine, Jerry Marder, Al Marks, Bill Nachomson, Isadore Nochimow, Ernest Rosenberg, Sid Rosinsky, Marvin 
Sands, Ralph Sarlin, Art Shain, Jack Shiller, Norman Sommers, Mel Woldfogel, Harvey Weinstein, Henry Wisebrom, Lee Zimmer. 




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ETR TRU 



Pi's twentieth year was a great one. ... It all started with our new house 
-tha^ork it entailed. . . . Then along came the new furniture, radio, and 
ffano end to say the least — brothers. . . . We'll always remember: The Duke. week- 
end par^y and Wild Bill's sparkling rendition of "The Pore Ole Slave." . . . The 
Sugar Bowl game and the hospitality in New Orleans of John Godchaux, Bert 
Myers, and Harold Salmon, the aborigines in the chapter. . . . Sherry Adier, famed 
Romeo with the chorus girls in the French Quarter and "Wagnerian" Fishel and their 
N N Club (Neurotics Nameless for the uninitiote). . . . The Xmas party and all 
the member's gifts. . . . Those school-spirited brothers who didn't miss a Carolina 
football game. . . . The gala week-end in Greensboro, sponsored by Brothers Larry 
Cohen, Arnold Marks, and Everett Saslow. , . . The bosun's whistle, "Chow Down," 
both by "Ensign" Moskowitz, Alpha Pi's gift to the regular Navy. . . . The home- 
coming decorations by our artistic treasurer, Alan Kaufmann. . . . Our sexy prexy Buddy 
Weill and his Maxwell, both still going strong. . , . Our budding song writer Lenny 
Blumberg, his creations banging down Tin Pan Alley. . . . The paint epidemic and 
the nice blue floors — at the expense of the walls. . . . Jake Rosenbloom, the frat's 
official representative at Jeff's. . . . Our cradle-robbing Larry Hecht. . . . Welcoming 
back the last of the Ensigns, Brothers Joe Mirsky and Ellis Berlin, who returned 
this January. . . and Joel Feinberg, God's gift to the West Side, famed for his droll 
humor. . . . Memories that bless and burn — all went to make up a truly good season 
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Charles Weill President 

John Godchaux Vice-President 

Arthur Aronson Secretary 

Allen Kaufman Treasurer 




Sherry Adier, Art Aronson, Jr., Lenny Blumberg, Lorry Cohen, Allan Cone, Arnold Dolin, Joel Feinberg, Bob Feldmon, Buddy Freed, Joe Gos- 
senheimer, John Godchaux, Buddy Gottesman, Irvin Gordon, Paul Gordon, Larry Hecht, Allen Koufman, Arnold Marks, Phil Moskowitz, Bert 
Myers, Jake Rosenblcom, Harold Salmon, Everett Saslow, Joe Schafer, Stan Shavitz, Bill Shrago, Charlie Weill, Dick Weintraub. 






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What we want to know is who ore those 
two guys in the background. 



No! No! I refuse to go to Harry's — Well, 
0. K. Just one. 





Best we forget Ffer§ and Blue matching purple chairs to a red rug. . . . "All out 
for redecorating, ":s6ys "Mother" John, "If you can do it for $5.00." . . . "Bird's" 
ove life 5atiii|dciy's rains. . . . "Yeah-Yeah" Wood and "Rooney" Ward drenched 

■s*^t happy over the^ame. . . . "Deep Sleep" Walters trying his hypnotic powers on 
tiful" Barnes-Zero and "Lickerhead" Daniel and interested audience, . . . 
rocK Schell's intramural footballers off like a flash — "Bo" Hackney and "Stork" 
McElroy starring, "Choo-Choo" Oliver doing double duty sack time. ... Big Al's way 
with the women. . . . "Wheel" Tomlinson mingling with the mighty — "Yes, I know, 
Tex." . . . "Steve" Davis and his "Don't forget to vote" politics for the UP. . . . 
"Senator" Warren sprouting revolutionary proposals, some to the legislature, and 
some to a coed. . . . Married men Davis, Long, and White giving advice to the lovers with 
serious intentions. . . . John T. off to see the one and only in Greensboro. . . . Chappell 
off to see his on E. Franklin. . . . Leggett and Adamheod who never see a week-end 
on the Hill since giving the rings for Christmas. . . . New Orleans tales from 
"Filthy" Phil, "Starvin" Marvin, "L, C." and "Tex" Brown. . . . Just who is this 
"Stormy"? . . . Bobby Kirkland's advice to all young schoolteachers. . . . Penick's 
addiction to Joe Miller's Joke Book. . . . "Ain't nobody here but us chickens," Lon 
and Beasley tell us. . . . "Sam" Winborne on the rebound and his once a year binge. 
. . . "Cluny Brown" Barbee looking for a new hair treatment. . . . Roglond discovering 
that there are also coeds at Duke. . . . Bill Browne's butchery of the Greek alphabet. 
. . . "Boston Blackie" Burns setting new scooterbike records. . . . Bridge fiends 
"Hosenose" Gilliam, "Barrelhouse" Little "Gummy," the Zete Marconi, "Blond 
Blank" Reece and the Foolproof Food Plan. . . . "Bo" Jenkins saying, "Put me in 
coach, so I can be on my way to St. Mary's." . . . Jackson "I'm gonna get a date" 
Kirkland! . . . "Cuz" Skinner, who never has a date around for supper. . . . Best we 
forget, though we won't. . . . 



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John Hackney, J r President 

John Davis Vice-President 

Bill Browne, Jr Secretary 

Tom Skinner Treasurer 






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PHI BETR 




KRPPR 



JOHN SCHOFIELD O'NEALL, JR. 



To the students on the campus privileged to wear the "Phi Bete" key, 
Phi Beta Kappa represents a minimum of eight full quarters of work in 
which a scholastic overage of 92.5 or better has been maintained. 



OFFICERS 
John Schofield O'Neall, Jr., President; Leo Vincent Mullen, Jr., Vice- 
President; Robert Gray Stockton, Recording Secretary; Ernest Lloyd 
Mackie, Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Leo Vincent Mullen, Jr., John Schofield O'Neall, Jr., Robert Gray Stock- 
ton, Chancellor R. B, House, Dr. A. C. Howell, Dr. E. L. Mackie, Dean 
C. P. Spruill, Jr. 





LEO VINCENT MULLEN 



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ROBERT GRAY STOCKTON 




STUDENT MEMBERS 




Sara Helen Alexonder 
Mary Josephine Allott 
Joseph Anthony Bitting 
Kenneth Black, Jr. 
Katharine Boone 
Betsy Anne Bowmon 
David Wemyss Burnet 
Berlette Lorraine Copt 
Julia Carlisle Cashion 
William Seton Cheek 
William Newcome Christenson 
William Cato Cramer 
Maude Loreno Dawson 
James Toit Elder 
Clara Ferebee Fenner 
Warren Myers Ficklen 
T. C. Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Jay Albert Foss 
Blair Cochran Gammon 
John Paul Godchaux 
Edwin Irwin Golding 
Elizabeth Hill Graham 
Stephen Galbreth Graham 
Anne Elizabeth Graybill 
Francis Bates Grow 
Ernest Deans Hackney 
Emmett Willard Hamrick 
James Ernest Hardwicke, Jr. 
Walter Joseph Harrelson 
Max Frank Harris 
Stuart Harris 
Voleska Hoydon 
Frances Helene Hicks 
Joyce Irene Hinson 
Pomelo Louise Hotard 



John Douglass Hunt, Jr. 
Guy Benton Johnson, Jr. 
Miriam Marjorie Jordon 
Charles Howord Kohn 
Frank Gustov Kuehn 
Henry Paul Lenz 
Albert Edwin Lovejoy 
Henry Walter Lutterloh, Jr. 
Doris Jeon Lyies 
William Ernest Mackie 
Emonuel Margolis 
James Cuthbert Martin 
Robert Haywood Morrison 
Leo Vincent Mullen, Jr. 
Joseph Leake Nonney 
Linda Lobdell Nobles 
Ferry Orbon Norris 
Mary Elizabeth Norton 
Howard Thomas Odum 
John Schofield O'Neall, Jr. 
Margaret Moseley Parker 
Barboro Ann Pennington 
Dorothy Adelyn Phillips 
David Aull Rapp 
Charles Norwood Reilley 
John DeCoster Rogers 
Louise Randall Russell 
Robert Fredrick Schultz 
Richard Woodward Seaver 
Frank William Selig, Jr. 
Robert Gray Stockton 
Nancy Dell Stoner 
Harold Wade Suits 
Bernice Heard Woddell 
Lucien Orville Gail Wholey 



ERNEST LLOYD MACKIE 



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Helen Afhanaelos 
Mory Lloyd Brown 
Betty Cook 
Jean Couch 
Oveida Ellis 



Helen Ershler 
Anne Hagan 
Leila Josephs 
Mildred Koon 
Mory Lockwood 



Carolyn Neel 
Lillian Reeves 
Peggy Sopp 
Connie Smith 
Mcry Swonn 



Bettie Washburn 
Elizabeth Weil 




THETR PSI EPSILOn 



To promote an interest in chemistry and among women students; to foster 
mutual advancement in academic, business, and social life; and to provide 
opportunity for personal contacts among women who have chosen the same 
field of study are the purposes of the Alpha chapter of Theto Psi Epsilon, 
national honorory chemical sorority. 

Weekly meetings in Venable Hall usually consist of addresses from 
various members of the department of chemistry or graduate students who 
are doing research here at the University. 

Impressive ceremonies were held twice this year initiating fall and winter 
pledge classes. The first of these was highlighted by a banquet at the 
Carolina Inn. Trips to Greensboro on tours through two chemical plants gave 
the group a chance to see industrial chemistry in operation. 

Officers were: Mary Lloyd Brown, President; Jean Couch, Vice-President; 
Connie Smith, Recording Secretary; Bettie Washburn, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; and Mary Kellam, Treasurer. 



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Emily Chappell 
Rosemary Cleveland 
Hannah Davis 
Jeannie Ferrier 



Morgoret Goodman 
Betty Anne Green 
Morcella Harrer 
Mary Jeanne Helm 



Jo Pugh 
Julia Ross 
Margaret Whitney 
Gene Wilkins 



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CHI DELTA PH 



The Tau Chapter of Chi Delta Phi, national honorary literary sorority, was 
established at the University of North Carolina on June 4, 1941. Its purpose 
is to promote literary activities and appreciation on campus. As on honorary 
society, it accepts one per cent of the coed student body as members each 
year, on the basis of submitted manuscripts. 

At the meetings this year literary figures such as Dr. Phillips Russell, 
Kai Jurgenson, Josephine Niggli, Noel Houston, Paul Green, and Mr. James 
Tippett addressed the group. Chi Delta Phi cooperated with the Carolina 
Workshop in its yearly program, and wrote the May Day Pageant for 1946. 
Members regularly submitted manuscripts to the Mag, and attended the 
Bull's Head Teas, 

Officers were: Rosemary Cleveland, President; Morcella Harrer, Vice- 
President; Margaret Whitney, Secretary; Gene Wilkins, Treasurer; Betsy 
Brunk, Publicity Manager. 



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Kappa Epsilon 

The Lambda Chapter of Koppa Epsilon, 
national honorary fraternity for women 
pharmacy students, was established at the 
University of North Carolina on January 
21, 1941; and since that time has become 
an important part of the School of Phar- 
macy. 

Officers were; Ellen Macon, President; 
Jean Snyder, Vice-President; Lynn Blan- 
chard, Secretary-Treasurer; Doris Gillian, 
Pledge Mistress; Mildred Showalter, His- 
torian and Member-at-Large. Miss Alice 
Noble is Kappa Epsilon Advisor. 



First Row: Emily Aliton, Sybil Austin, Lynn Blonch- 
ard, Mary Jane Bradford. Second Row: Patsy Burgiss, 
Peggy Costner, Doris Gilliam, Mary Harris. Third 
Row: Eleonor Holden, Ellen Macon, Moryellen Millo- 
way, Mildred Showolter, Jean Snyder. 





Rho Chi 

Rho Chi is the national honorary pharma- 
ceutical society founded in 1922, to pro- 
mote the advance of pharmaceutical sci- 
ences, scholarship, and good fellowship. 
The Xi Chapter was established in 1929 
at Carolina. 

Officers were: Millie Showalter, Presi- 
dent; Tommie Holden, Vice-President; Al- 
len Sinclair, Secretary-Treasurer. Faculty 
members are: E. A. Brecht, H. M. Burlage, 
M. L. Jacobs, I. W. Rose, H. 0. Thompson, 
and Doris B. Hawkins. 



First Row: Patricia Burgiss, Oliver Fleming, Doris 
Gilliam, Leon Gordon. Second Row: Mary Harris, 
Reginald Harris, Tommie Holden, Sam Kocnce. Third 
Row: David Mossengill, Mildred Showalter, Allen 
Sinclair. 



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First Row: James D. Phillips, Jr.; Hobart L. McKeener, George F. Williams, John Richard Jordon, Jr., Charles L. Martin, Jr., David M. Hall. 
Second Row: Lennox P. McLendon, Jr., Louis J. Poisson, Jr., Donald W. McCoy, Joe H. Barrington, Neill L. Britt. Third Row: Richard E. Britson, 
William R. Pope, George L. Grantham, Jr., Dugald Steward, III, John T. Rendleman, Logon D. Howell. Fourth Row: Thomas G. Dill, Henry E. Colton, 
London H. Roberts, Martin B. Simpson, Jr., Hector McLean, Grohom M. Carlton. Fifth Row: Professor Fred B. McColl, Walter E. Brock, Edgar S. W. 
Domeron, Jr., Thomas V. Couble, Owen G. Rodman, Noel R. S. Woodhouse. Sixth Row: Max L. Childers, William A. Dees, Jr., William H. Burton, 
Jr., Walter H. Powell, Frances J. Heozel, Jr. Seventh Row: Marvin J. Gotlin, Henry L. Harkey, Professor Henry Brandis, Louis W. Goylord, Jr. Not 
Shown: Joshua S. James, Charles M. Neaves, Claude F. Seila, William I. Word, Jr. 



PHI DELTR PH 



Honorary Legal Fraternity 

Founded University of Michigan 1869 
Vance Inn of University of North Carolina Established 1919 

May the legal ability recognized by her ideals go forth and 
strengthen the arm of justice. 




OFFICERS 

David M. Hall Magister 

William I. Ward, Jr Exchequer 

Louis W. Gaylord, J r Clerk 

James D. Phillips, Jr Historian 



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Mary Elizabeth Burrus 
Dolly Donelson 
Valeska Hoydon 
Gwen Hughes 



Ann Martin 
Florence Medd 
Doris Newburn 
Eugenia Quinn 



Alice Summers 
Nina Thomas 
Jean Youngblood 



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SIGmR RLPHR lOTR 

lota Tau, one of the newest active chapters of the international professional 
music fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota, was formally installed at the University 
of North Carolina April 29, 1946. In an impressive service held by several 
national officers in the Roland Parker Lounge, the following girls became 
active members; Dolly Donelson, Durema Fitzgerald, Mary Stringfield, Polly 
Bell, Gwen Hughes, Laura Quinn, Lois Eiiezer, Alice Summers, Ann Martin, 
Jean Youngblood, Elizabeth Taylor, Carolyn Bowman, Nina Thomas, Eliza- 
beth Worrall, Ruth von Bramer, Lynn Williard, Marcia McMillan, and 
Valeska Heydon. 

Since the founding of the chapter the following girls have been initiated: 
Doris Newburn, Mary Elizabeth Burrus, Augusta Harper, Florence Medd, 
Mary Louise Emery, and Martha Peatross Hall. 

The installation of Iota Tau chapter marks the organization of the first 
national woman's music fraternity at Carolina. 

The officers of lota Tau chapter were: Dolly Donelson, President; Gwen 
Hughes, Vice-President; Jean Youngblood, Secretary; Valeska Hoydon, 
Treasurer; and Nino Thomas, Chaplain. 



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PHI mU RLPHR 



The Alpha Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary music fraternity, 
was established on the University of North Carolina campus February 24, 1926. 
During twenty years of active service the fraternity has strived to promote 
appreciation of the best in music. This chapter, one of the few to remain, 
active during the war years, now claims the largest membership in its his- 
tory with forty members. 

This year the fraternity presented several well-known artists and a pro- 
gram of instrumental and vocal music of American composers given by the 
fraternity members. 

Officers were: Allen Garrett, Supreme Councilman; Don Robinson, Presi- 
dent; Frank West, Vice-President, Bill Sasser, Secretary; Harold Schiffman, 
Treasurer; Bob Prunty, Historian. 




First Row: Charles Nixon, William Fitzgerald, Marvin Moriilo, Carl Perry, Alan Bergman, Howard Myers. Second Row: Allen Garrett, Don Robin- 
son, Frank West, Bill Sasser, Harold Schiffman, Ben Jaffa, Bob Prunty, David Arner, James Hall. Third Row: David McAdoms, Ed Easter, Joe 
Guillebeau, Willard Burroge, Wallace Evans, Winfield Rose, Larry Brown, Andy Griffith, David Cline. Fourth Row: John O'Steen, Dick Cox, John 
Bridges, Don Marshall, Mourice Weinstein, Bill White, Sol Jaffa. 




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RIpha Epsilon 
Delta 



OFFICERS 

Tom York President 

Charles Zubousk: Vice-President 

Hoyden Lutterloh Secretory-Treasurer 

Dr, S B, Knight Faculty Advisor 

Alpho Epsilon Delta is a group of pre-medical students 
outstanding for high scholastic standing and superior 
character. 

The fraternity attempts to inculcate in the minds of 
the pre-medical students those motives, attributes, and 
ideals which moke medicine a most honorable profession. 
Also, it provides recognition for achievement in the pre- 
med school. 

This group bridges the gap betv^'een the pre-medical 
school end the medical school, while at the same time it 
acts as a force in crystallizing any movement for the good 
of the pre-medical student. 



Future Doctors listen to a lecture on North Carolina's 
Number One need; good health. 



Haydon Lutterloh, Tom York, Dr. McCutchcon, Ben McCutcheon 




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Sidney Gardner 
Robert Hamburger 
John Kirkland 
Haydon Lutterloh 



Benson McCutcheon 
Edward McKenzie 
Conway Rose 
Art Shain 



Jack Shiller 
Alex Veazey 
Paul Walters 
Charles Zubouski 





MEMBERS 




Sidney Gardner 


Benson McCutcheon 


Bob Sing 


Robert Hamburger 


Edward McKensie 


Alex Veasey 


Jack Hamilton 


James Patton 


Paul Walters 


John Kirkland 


Conway Rose 


Tom York 


Haydon Lutterloh 


Art Shain 
Jack Shiller 


Charles Zubouski 



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Jimmie C. Bowers 
James H. Boyles 
Broinard M. Burrus 
David D. Claytor 
W. Thomas Collier 



Adrian M. Doughteridge, Jr 
Robert F. Harrison 
Hal B. Hawkins 
William M. Jordan, Jr. 
David W. Masengill 



David Overton 
E. S. Powell 
Harold Rich 
Joe Russell 
Charl N. Sanders 



Robert H. Seaborn 
Shuford E. Snyder 
William West Taylor 
Herbert A. Temple 
Russell L. Young 




KRPPR PSI 

"To foster the highest principles and practices of an ancient and honorable 
profession; always striving to do o better thing than has been done, that the 
people of our country and our community may hove a richer, fuller, more 
abundant life, free from pain and disease. To promote the principles of 
honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness in ourselves and our associates, nec- 
essarily the basic requirements for custodians of public health; remembering 
always, that we are the guardians of life, and that as such, we must place the 
welfare of our patrons before our personal desires This then is our creed. . . ." 

Officers of the Beta Xi chapter of Kappa Psi, an honorary pharmacy 
fraternity, were; Charl H. Sanders, President; David D Claytor, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Robert Reeves Hawkins, Secretary; Robert Harrison, Treasurer; Joe 
Russell, Pledge Master; Robert Seaborn, Historian; W. Thomas Collier, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms; David W. Mossengill, Chaplain. Marion L. Jacobs is Faculty 
Advisor. 



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PHI DELTR CH 

Honorary Pharmacy Fraternity 

Alpha Gamma Chapter of University of North Carolina 

Dedicated to recognition of achievement in a profession worthy of 
a noble study and on honest practice, 

OFFICERS 

Lacy Earl Gilbert, Jr President 

John Fitzhugh Rhem . . . . ; Vice-President 

Herbert McKeithon, Jr Secretary 

George Daylon Morgan Treasurer 





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Jim Brookshire 
Hubert Coffee 
Raymond Creekmore 
Oliver Fleming 
Locy Gilbert 



Robert Hall 
Marion Hamer 
Reginald Harris 
Lorry Harris 
Leroy Lanier 



George Mathews 
Milton Moore 
George Morgan 
Malcolm Nicholson 
Herbert McKeithon 



Albert Rachide 
Bernie Sheffield 
Allen Sinclair 
Melvin Lee York 



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Pharmacy Senate 




Founded in 1940 by Dr. E. A. Brecht, the 
Pharmacy Senate has earned a reputation 
for leadership. The purpose of the Senate is 
to promote inter-clcss friendship and coopera- 
tion within the School of Pharmacy. This is 
accomplished by a free discussion of the 
various current, professional problems. The 
Senate has been effective in improving stu- 
dent-faculty relations, and in creating unity 
and understanding within the school. 



First Row: 
Emiiy Aliton 
Doris Bizzell 
Evelyn Blanchard 
Pot Burgiss 

Second Row: 
Dove Cloytor 
Hubert Coffee 
Josephine Finch 
Doris Gilliam 



Third Row: 
Mary Harris 
Reginold Harris 
Roy Lanier 
Jean Lyerly 

Fourth Row: 
Ellen Macon 
George Mathews 
Maryellen Miliaway 
Alvin Moore 



Fifth Row: 
George Morgan 
Nina Moseley 
Albert Rachide 
Robert Seaborn 



Sixth Row: 
Evelyn Shugar 
Lena Silver 
Allen Sinclair 
Jean Snyder 

Seventh Row: 
Evelyn Stutts 
Steve Uzzell 



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CHARLES LESTER FULTON . 


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GEORGt CRABTREE WHITNER . . 


Delegate 


RAYMOND LEWIS JEFFRIES, JR. . 


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Lewis Clifton Hayworth 


Thomas Rushman Andrews 


Donald Lentz Henson 


Eduardo A. Bello 


Lawrence Lewis Hooper 


Kenneth Black, Jr. 


Robin Smith Kirby 


Walter Foil Brinkley 


George Burnet Lewis. 


Wayne Kenneth Brenengen 


Willie Jones Long 


James William Burdin 


Whitman Osgood 


Michael Lemuel Corr, Jr. 


Dotson George Palmer 


Ernest George Crone 


Allan Reid Pannill 


Walter Atkinson Damtoft 


Morris Wiley Pully 


John William Davis 


Robert Gray Stockton 


John Dewey Dorsett, Jr. 


Ralph Nichols Strayhorn 


Richard Sealy Elliott 


Charles Fogle Vance, Jr. 


Jack Samuel Fitch 


Bruce Van Wagner 


Frederick James Flagler, Jr. 


Calvin W. Warren 


James Fitzgerald Fowler 


Charles Frederick Warren 


Joseph Gassenheimer 


Sydnor M. White 


Gideon Lamb Gilliam 


James David White 


Oscar Mason Whitney 



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BLANCHE JACOBI. Presklent MHiam^,^. . CARLISLE CASHION, Secretory 

ANN CUTIS. Vice-Presideflt Mf^ NANCY LAIRD, treasurer 

NONNIE MORRIS, Alumnoe Secretary 



Jeanne Dnscoli 
Sybil Goerch 
Tommie Holden 
Mrs. Peggy Jurgenson 



Ann Nick ,v 
;6€rry Smith 
Elizabeth Anne Barnes 



Kit Coleman 
Janet Johnston 
Jerry Atkins 
Frances Golden 



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MEMBERS 1946-47 
337 William Archie Dees, Jr. 

378 Willie Jones Long 

379 Bert Lester Bennett 
387 William Terrell Webster 
389 John Frank Alspaugh 
392 Elbert Sidney Peel 

394 James Fredrick Newsome 
397 Charles Frank Benbow 
400 Jack Fitch 

403 Charles Fogle Vance, Jr 

404 William Thomas Crisp 
407 Laurence Lewis Hooper 
409 William Fennel McNeely 

412 Winston Broadfoot 

413 John Dewey Dorsett 
416 Charles Lester Fulton 
418 Lennox P. McLendon, Jr. 

421 Robert James Paxton 

422 Morris Wiley Pully 

423 Robert Gray Stockton 




FACULTY 

Charles Phillips Russell 
Frank Porter Graham 
Edgar Ralph Rankin 
Robert Burton House 
Herman Glenn Baity 
Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
Albert McKinley Coates 
Joseph Burton Linker 
Corydon Perry Spruill 
Earle Horace Hartsell 
Joseph Moryon Saunders 
William Terry Couch 
Edward Alex Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. 
Hugh T. Lefler 
Harry K. Russell 






BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA 
Established February 20, 1933 



J. C. FITZGERALD 
J. E. DYKSTRA 
J.C. D.BLAINE 
T. H. JEWETT 



STUDENT MEMBERS 
Ralph Frederick Dupes 
Thomas Clark Fitzgerald, Jr. 
William Harry Fullenwider 
Marian Luceine Gaines 
John Needham Hackney 
Horace Arnold Haas 
Thomas Hardin Jewett, Jr. 
Robert Lee Hines 
Harold Sidney Lee, Jr. 
Henry Walter Lutterloh, Jr. 
John Stephan Nolan 
Herman Wieburn Perkins, Jr. 
William Horton Petree 
Flo Ann Roberts 
Ralph Fedder Sarlin 
William Roger Sales 




. President 

Honorary President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
James Cyril Dickson Blaine, PhD. 

Dudley Dewitt Carroll, A.M. 

John Edward Dykstra, D.C.S. 

Joe Sunners Floyd, M.A. 

Clarence Heer, PhD. 

Richard Junius Mendenhall 
Hobbs,A.B.,L.LB. 

Clarence Henry McGregor, PhD. 

Erie Ewart Peacock, M.B.A., C.P.A. 

Gustave Theodor Schwenning, PhD. 

Robert Howard Sherrill, M.A., C.P.A. 

Harry DeMerle Wolf, PhD. 

John Brooks Woosley, PhD. 



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FACULTY MEMBERS 

Nicholson B. Adams 

Walter Reece Berryhill 

William Augustus Blount, Jr. 

John M. Booker 

James B. Bullitt 

R. D. W. Connor 

William Morton Dey 

Keener C. Frozer 

Louis Graves 

Edward McG. Hedgpeth 

Urban Tigner Holmes 




William deSerniere MacNider 

Dougald MocMillan 

Isaoc Hall Manning, Jr. 

Roland Prince McClomroch 

Roland Bryce Parker 

Rogers Dey Whichard 

Thomas Rush Andrews 

Leon Brandt Allen 



Virgil John Ashbough 
Elmer Collins Brown 

Rufus T. Carr 

Lovick Pierce Corn 

John Lindsay Hallett 

Herbert Harley Hix 

Emmett Gardner McKenzie 

Joseph Telec Miller 



Williams Murchison 

Auguste Bartholdi Peterson 

John Baker Saunders 

Charles Gerrish Sproule 

George Daniels Stenhouse 

Ralph Nichols Strayhorn 

Claude B. Strickland 

Vincent Eugene Strobel 

Edward Chew Sweeney 

Randolph Baynard Willingham 

Ralph Hines Thompson 
Algernon Augustus Zollicoffer 



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RULERS 

603 SYDNOR MONTGOMERY WHITE 

604 GEORGE WILLIAM HENDERSON, JR. 
599 CYRUS CLIFFORD FRAZIER, JR. . 
609 JESSE HARPER ERWIN, III 
633 ALEXANDER SHUFORD DAVIS 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
315 Robert W. Wettach 
319 William W. Pierson 
331 Thomos Felix Hickerson 
343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
349 William Donald Carmichoel 
369 William F. Prouty 
373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 
385 Robert Edwin Koker 
405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 
417 George Coffin Taylor 
439 J. Penrose Harland 
442 Robert Burton House 
490 Fletcher Melvin Green 
546 Harry Russell 
589 Sterling Gory Gilliam 
594 Elbert Sidney Peele, Jr. 
597 Fobert Gray Stockton 
600 Frank Betz Frazier 
602 John William Davis 



606 George Mason Rankin 
608 Charles Frank Benbow 

610 Phillip Reade Toylor 

611 William Burwell Ellis, III 

612 Gideon Lamb Gilliam 
f 13 Oscar Mason Whitney 

614 Nelson Hendrix 

615 William J. Stubbs 

616 Richard Mous Johnson 

619 Guy Hudson Andrews 

620 John Tillory Gregory 

622 Richord Thurmon Chatham, Jr. 

623 Blair Cochran Gammon 

624 Williom Benson McCutcheons 

625 Adam Tredwell Thorpe 

626 William Conn Seaman 

627 Frank Edie Currian 

628 Worren Myers Ficklen 

629 Carol Finley Tomlinson 

630 James Smith Hoyward 
632 Carlton Lindsay, Jr. 
634 Lyman A. Cotton 



*13" CLUB mEmBERS 

1946-47 




IRWIN BELK 
President 



JAMES HUGH COX 
Vice-President 



WILLIAM GASSAWAY GAITHER, JR. 
Secretary-Treasurer 



HARROLD AMOS 

RAY AMOS 

THOMAS M. BELK 

KENNETH CLARK BLODGETT 

GEORGE BYRUM 

JOE BLYTHE 

MILTON CASH 

BOB CORNICK 

FEN ETA GAMMAGE 

MAURICE WILLIAM GRIFFIN 

WILLIAM CARRINGTON GUY 

CHARLES HAMILTON 

BOB HEDRICK 

PAULSPEER HUBER, JR. 

COURTNEY ALEXANDER HUNTLEY 

BOB JOHNSEN 

CHARLES JOHNSON 

WILLIAM THOMAS JOYNER, JR. 



THAD LEWALLEN 

CHARLES MASSEY 

RICHARD CAVANAUGH McELROY 

CALVIN CHALMER McLEAN, JR. 

BILL MOFFITT 

JOHN BIGELaW O'NEAL 

JAMES GREENE PASCHAL 

FRANK BACHMON PILLING 

EDWARD KNOX POWE 

JAMES POWELL 

WILLIAM McKENZIE RAGLAND 

BILL RAKER 

ALVAIN RAUNAY SINGER 

ROBERT EVANS SONNTAG 

CLAUDE BARLOUR STRICKLAND, JR. 

LEON TODD 

TED WALL 

JOHN WEBB 



RICHARD CARLTON WRIGHT 



ORDER OF THr SHEIKS 



SYDNOR MONTGOMERY 
GEORGE N. HENDERSOI^ 
C. CLIFFORD FRAZI 

JOHN .^K&RrNES, III 
CHaSeS ALLEN BLAC 
A. BARNES BOYLE, JR. 
GEORGE ALLEN BUSH, 

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TH0/y4s L. P. CORN 
FRANK BENTON COOPER 
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J;OBE#LEE ETTINGER 
# JAMES EMMET EVANS, JR. 
J FRANK BEITS FRAZIER 
jMCHARD DAVIS HARTLEY 



''^ODSON L. HAWK 
^GEORGE YANCEY KERR 
f^AUNCEY HOKE LEGGET, JR 

ARTHUR GILPERT MARSH, JR. 

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CHARLES A. McLENDO 

ALGERNON AUGUSTUS ZOLLICOF 



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WILLIAM E. 

BLANTON WINSHIP MILLS, 
CHARLES WILLIAM 
VVTRICK J. PATE 
ELBERT SYDNEY 
MARK COOPER POPE, 
ALLAN T. PREYER/; 
WILLIAM BRAXTON SCftELL 
JOHN DANIEL SHEARIN 
GEORGE KOONTZ SILLS 
ADRIAN SMITH .■ 

WILLIAM FRANCIS SPURlAjR. 



S BOBO TANNER, JR. | W.) 
' ' ALFRED EDMUND TIS|i^ALE / 
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OFFICERS 



WILLIAM F. HERR . . 
HOWARD Y. DUNAWAY 
JAMES McMULLEN . 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
ROBERT STOCKTON 
PHIL TAYLOR 
TOM ANDREWS 
DON HARRISON 
WILEY LONG 
CHARLES REECE 
WOODSON BROUGHTON 
JOHN M. BLADES 
WILLIAM G. LONG- 
WALTER B, JONES 
PAUL N. MONTAGUE 
RALPH M. STOCKTON, J R, 
WALTER J. ALSTON, JR. 
WILEY A, SMITH, JR. 
HARRIEWARD, JR. 
JOHN COLLETT 
PINKNEY RANKIN 
PHILHINES 



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Ken Block, Hoke Bullard, Mike Carr, Warran Ficklen, James Fowler, Lem Gibbons, Raymond Jefferies, 
Marriotte Stewart, Robert Stockton, Leon Todd, George Whitner. 



The return of old members of pre-war days and the addi- 
tion of several capable younger members have helped 
to make this year a very successful one for the University 
Dance Committee. The function of this committee is to 
act OS hosts and maintain order at dances sponsored by 
various campus organizations. As a result of the com- 
mittee's efforts, this year numerous dances have been 
given which have proved more than satisfactory to faculty 
and students alike. 

After a successful fall quarter as President, Johnny 
Davis resigned and was succeeded by Taylor Thorne. 
Under the guidance of President Thorne and Secretary 
Leon Todd, and with the cooperation of Dr. E. L. Mackie, 
the committee is rapidly nearing its goal of "the perfect 
Carolina dance." 




Dr. Ernest L. Mackie 



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Guy Hudson Andrews 
Vice-President 



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Earl Eugene Woodard Jesse Garrett Jernigan 

Secretary Treasurer 



German Club 

This year the German Club took on its pre-war spark os 
it brought to the campus dances similar to those of 
1941. During the war it was impossible for the club to 
secure big name bands and have formal dances. 

The gala week-ends began in December with Fall Ger- 
mans, featuring Tex Beneke and the old Glenn Mille'r 
Band. The next social highlight of the year brought a 
triple treat with Dean Hudson, Sunny Dunham, and the 
Modernaires playing for Mid-winters in February. The 
club ended a successful year with its June Finals, carry- 
ing out its aim to bring Carolina dances back to pre-war 
standards. 

Officers were: 

Carroll Tomlinson President 

Guy B. Andrews Vice-President 

Jess Jernigan Secretary 

Cecil Garrett Treasurer 

The Executive Board was composed of Barnes Boyle, 
Louis Nicond, Bill Tate, Ivey Sutton, Ben Cooper, Frank 
Frazer, Dick Johnson, Dick Wright, Earl Woodward, Bob 
Little, Vernon Godfrey, and Bob Edinger. 

Fraternities that are members of the German Club 
are Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Psi, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi 
Delta Theta, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Zeta Psi, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Nu, 
Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, and Sigma Chi. 




Carroll F. Tomlinson 
President 




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Barnes Boyle 


Frank B. Cooper 


Robert L. Ettinger 


Franklin B. Frazer 


Vernon Godfrey 


Richard M. Johnson 


Robert E. Lee, Jr. 


William K. Tote 


Richard C. Wright 



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Guy Andrews 

Jesse Jernigan 

Richard Johnson 

WilMom Tote 

Carroll Tomlinson 

Richard Wright 



Finals 



Roy McKinley, ace hideman fa- 
mous for his Dixie beat, brought 
his eight-to-the-bar drumming 
and vocal classics to Carolina on 
June 5 to furnish the tempo for 
dancers at the German Club Fi- 
nals. The local appearance was 
the third for McKinley, but his 
first OS a leader, he was here in 
1941 with Jimmie Dorsey and re- 
turned the following year with 
Will Bradley. 



Ray McKinley and his orchestra furnished music for the Finals. 








McKinley's band played a public con- 
cert in the afternoon, and a formal dance 

followed, in Woollen Gymnasium The 
dance was open to members of the German 
Club only. 

Sponsors for the Finals were Miss Betty 
Johnson with Carroll Tomlinson, President; 
Miss Nancy Barrett with Adam Thorpe, 
Vice-President; Miss Sandy Saunders with 
Guy Andrews, Secretary; Miss Grace Irby 
with Cecil Garrett, Treasurer; Miss Fran 
Bleight with Harry Botes; Miss Blanche 
Ulmer with Billy Wade Wood; Miss Mar- 
jorie Cole with Dick Johnson; Miss Joan B 
Miller with Erwin Jones; Miss Bunny 
Flowers with Tom Kerns; Miss Martha P. 
Hogg with Ivey Sutton; Miss Sally Reid 
with Barnes Boyle; Miss Beverly Hancock 
with Dick Wright; Miss Jean Killey wi'th 
Louis Nicoud; Miss Barbara McClure with 
Earl Woodward; Miss Evelyn Smith with 
Jesse Jernigan. 



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Fall 
Germans 

December started off with the en- 
thusiasm of Fell Germans, Pre-war 
days and the thought of all of Glenn 
Miller's recordings were eagerly re- 
called when the German Club pre- 
sented Tex Beneke and his thirty- 
four piece Glenn Miller Band. This 
was the first post-war dance of the 
German Club — living up to the tra- 
dition of being strictly formal. 




Miss Mory Montgomery with 
Carroll Tomlinson, President 



Miss Mary Frances King with Guy 
Andrews, Vice-President. 



Miss Grace Irby with Cecil Garrett, 
Treasurer. 




Miss Claire Hudson with Louis 
Nicoud. 



Miss Gloria Yost with Frank 
Frazier. 



Miss Jane Robinson with Griswald 
Smith 



Mrs. June Deach Little with 
Robert Little. 



The German Club claimed this as their first big week- 
end. The eventful two days started Friday night with Tex 
Beneke's playing from twelve 'til one in Woollen Gym- 
nasium, The Executive Board and their dates formed the 
figure. 

Despite icy winds Saturday afternoon, Memorial Hall 
creaked under the weight of hundreds of spectators as they 
listened to Beneke, The favorite of the afternoon was 
"Chattanooga Choo-Choo" — especially popular since the 
advent of a Carolina choo-choo. 

Saturday night's dance ended this gala week-end when 
Beneke played Miller's theme, "Moonlight Serenade." 

The Beneke quintet brings "A Gal in Calico" to life. 



Sponsors and their dates for the Annual Fall Germans 
were: Mary Montgomery with Carroll Tomlinson, German 
Club President; Mary Frances King with Guy B. Andrews, 
Vice-President; Evelyn Smith with Jesse Jernigan, Secretary; 
Grace Irby with Cecil Garrett, Treasurer; Dee Centner with 
Barnes Boyle; Jane Robinson with Griswald Smith; Claire 
Hudson with Louis Nicond; Evelyn Pettit with Bill Tate; 
Betty Mitchel with Ivey Sutton; Marguerite Murray with 
Ben Cooper; Gloria Yost with Frank Frazer; Helen Morrison 
with Bob Edinger; Marietta Thompson with Dick Wright; 
Barbara McClure with Earl Woodward; June Little with 
Bob Little; Bonnie Von Dyke with Vernon Godfrey. 

German Club prexles stepping out. 





mid 

UUinters 

The music of two top-notch bands 
echoed through Woollen Gym the 
week-end of February 21 to mark 
the German Club Mid-Winter 
dances The week-end featured the 
music of Dean Hudson on Friday 
and Sonny Dunham and the Mod- 
ernoires on Saturday. Both bands 
gave concerts on the afternoons 
preceding the dances. 

Sponsors and their dates who 
formed the figure were; Polly Rol- 
lins with Carrol Tomlinson, Presi- 
dent of the German Club; Mary Frances King with Guy Andrews, Vice-President, Barbara McClure with Earl Woodard, 
Secretary; Evelyn Smith with Jesse Jernigon, Treasurer; Barbara Folger with Ben Cooper; Gloria Van Dyke with Bob 
Lee; Dee Centner with Barnes Boyle; Irene Williams with Frank Frozier; Elizabeth Miller with Ivey Sutton; Frances 
Rousseau with Vernon Godfrey; Kay McDonald with Bill Tate; Helen Morrison with Bob Ettinger; Marian Castellow 
with Louis Nicond; Jane Robinson with Griswold Smith; Mrs. June Little with Bob Little; and Marianne Charles with 
Dick Wright. 



The Modernaires and Paula Kelly added rhythm to Mid Winters. 



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Barbara Folger 


Helen Morrison 


Gloria Van Dyde 


Borbaro McClure 


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Barnes Boyle 


Ben Cooper 


Robert Ettenger 


Robert Lee 


Earl Woodard 



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Carroll Tomlinson. Vice-President 
Richard Chatham, Secretory-Treasurer 
Jesse Jernigon, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 
Earl Woodard, Donee Leader 
Frank Cooper, First Dance Leader 
Tog Montague, Second Dance Leader 






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Guy Andrews, President 



ITIay Frolics 

The week-end of May 10, 1946, was the occasion for lost 
year's annuel May Frolics, a dance series featuring the music 
of Claude Thornhiil and his orchestra. The set included formal 
closed dances on Friday and Saturday nights, and on open con- 
cert on Saturday afternoon. 

Thornhill's band, made up of members of his pre-war band 
and his service band, featured both sweet and swing music 
for the first big May Frolics since the close of the war. 

The dance set was sponsored by the May Frolics Club and 
a figure was held at the Friday night dance presenting the 
officers and their dates. 

Sponsors for the dances were Kappy Goode with Guy An- 
drews, President, Beta Theto Pi; Polly Rollins with Corroll Tom- 
linson, Vice-President, Zeta Psi; Evelyn Smith with Jesse Jerni- 
gon, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Sigma Nu; Dons Upchurch 
with Henry Burke, Donee Leader, Sigmc Chi; Grace Irby with 
Cecil Garrett, First Assistant Dance Leader, Kappa Sigma; 
and Gwen Hughes with Paul Montague, Second Assistant 
Dance Leader, Delta Kappa Epsilon. 




May Frolics figure at intermission. 



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May 5 found beautiful Betty Greve reigning as queen of 
May Day festivities in the Forest Theater this year. The 
annual spring affair was sponsored by the Carolina In- 
dependent Coed Association and the Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil with the cooperation of other campus organizations, 
and the script was written by members of Chi Delta Phi. 
Folk dances and the traditional May Pole dances were 
presented by members of the Dance Club. 

The queen, her maid of honor, Ann Cutts, and twelve 
attendants were chosen from the senior women by vote 
of the coeds. The identities of the queen, and the mem- 
bers of her court were a secret until the crowning on May 
Day. 

The attendants were: Margaret Jean Taylor, Blanche 
Jacobi, Jean White, Gladney Holder, 'Barbara Lynn, Hal- 
lie Dockery, Gloria Gautier, Carolyn Disbro, Mac Cush- 
man, Betty Kendrick, Sandy Saunders, and Ann Cobb, 



Barbara Lynn, Gladney Holder. Not Pictured: Jeon 
White, Mac Cushmar, and Betty Kendrick. 



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May Queen of 1947 



Morgaret Jean Taylor, Nancy Saun- 
ders, Blache Jacobi, Gloria Gautier. 




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Ann Cobb, Hallie Dockery, Carolyn 
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Judges William E Prince, James Street and Betty Warren 
Jones concentrate on Carolina's court of beauty. 



Highlighting the Wake Forest week-end Nov/ember 18 the annual 
Yackety Yack Beauty Ball introduced to the campus the eighteen 
beautiful coeds chosen to appear in the Beauty sect on of the year- 
book. The beauties were selected from som.e s:xty entries sponsored 
by fraternities, sororities, dormitories and other organizations, and 
were chosen by a group of judges, William Prince, James Street, and 
Mrs. B. W. Jones. 

George Paxton furnished the music for the week-end, which in- 
cluded two dances and a Friday afternoon concert. Saturday even- 



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Yackety Yack Beauty Ba 



ing, clad in white and carrying bouquets 
of red roses, the seventeen coeds were in- 
troduced and Joyce Peterson was crowned 
queen by James Street. The queen and her 
court reigned over the remainder of the 
dance. 

Peter Gems was chairman of the dance 
committee which included Gloria Deal, An- 
nie Ben Beale, Cattie Holt, Pat Lane, 
Kitty Miller, Sid McAden, and Eleanor 
Singletary. 



The committee's efforts made the Beauty Ball possible. 




We danced to the music of 
George Paxlon and his orchestra. 



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MAID OF HONOR 

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SPONSORED BY KAPPA SIGMA 




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Jean Stoutenburg 




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With the finest athletic plant in the Southland, the focus of sports attention turned 
to Chapel Hill where a program of varsity and intramural games provided participa- 
tion, entertainment, and sportsmanship throughout the entire year. 

It was a year that brought restoration to King Carl Snavely and his valiant Tar 
Heels, who copped conference honors and then traveled south to the Sugar Bowl for 
one of the greatest gridiron battles ever played, and the eyes of the nation watched 
the pigskin prowess of the Blue and White, 




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CRROLinR 



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6mrts at Carolina enjoyed new strength with the return of Tar Heel lettermen from the armed 
services and in Sikdepartments there was renewed interest and competition in winning the ever im- 
iportoiit Carolina Victory." 

eader in the Southern Conference, the Tar Heels boasted topflight teams in swimming, ten- 
nis, track, wrestling, and basketball, and although the performance merited respect for the Univer- 




sity, ths students at Carolina awaited with eager expectation the athletic teams to be produced at 
Chanel Hill in the forthcoming seasons. 




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Bving Q repffesefllraHon from all the organizations on 
the campus, the. University Club returned to normalcy 
this year after si;*ferir ^ a letdown during the war years. 

The Uiiuersity Club, under the leadership of Mike 
Morrow, has been one of the most active groups on the 




CLUB 



campus, and the fostering of school spirit is one of the 
club's main objectives. In charge of all pep rallies, the 
University Club did a commendable job in moulding the 
ole "Carolina Spirit." 




President Mike Morrow 



Seated: Henry Reynolds, Jr., Betty Simmons, Bobby Bach, Bob Goldwater, Mike Morrow, Bettie Cheatham, 
Joyce Caraway, Ivey Sutton, Kathryn Lone, Mary Murphy, Dove Robinson, Wayne Johnson. Standing: Roy 
E. Forehand, James C. McDuftie, Bert Myers, Jim Burney, Dave Finch, Jim McNider, Johnny Richardson, 
Ike Belk, "Tag" Montague, Meredith S. Buel, Herman Baker, Joe BIythe, Jr. 









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With the return of many varsity athletes from the wars, the membership of the 
Monogram Club began to swell and club officers looked forward to one of the most 
successful years in the history of the organization Organized for the purpose of 
fostering friendship among all the winners of Carolina monograms, the group wjBs 
active in the sponsoring of a series of social functions throughout the \ear The 
club, celebrated the victory with a dance after the Maryland game, and later in the 
fall, the homecoming victory over the Florida 'Gators was the occasion for a buffet 
supper 'for members and their dates at the Monogram clubhouse Movies of the 
\arsity football gomes and various dances were scheduled during the winter quarter, 
and picnics proved entertaining in the spring. In addition the Monogram Club mokes 
the award of a trophy to the athletic coach voted to hove served most outstandingly 
with his Team for the year 



MIKE MORROW 
President 



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Officers for the fall quarter were: Mike Morrow, President; Jim Camp, Vice- 
President; Charlie Tietjen, Secretary and Treasurer; Dick Seaner, Representative to 
the Athletic Council. 

Taking over the leadership in January were the following officers: Jim Camp, 
President, Len Szafryn, Vice-President; Charlie Teitjen, Secretary and Treasurer; 
and Jimmy Miller, Representative to the Athletic Council. 



The 1946-47 Monogram Club 




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Jim Camp, the speedster on 
the Tor Heel wing. 



FOOTBRLL 



From a team that was to result as only an improvement 
over the year before, the 1946 Knights of the Kenan Turf 
lumped even their coach's expectations, and game after 
game they rose as the gridiron power to watch in the con- 
ference, in the Southeast, and finally, in the national 
spotlight. 

Under the winning wizardry of Carl Snavely and his 
coaching staff, a team composed of a few flashy backs 
and several veteran linemen got to their feet after the 
opening tie with Virginia Tech and expended their wrath 
with progressive fury upon their conference foes. With 
their ups and downs, they nevertheless improved steadily 
and completed their season as Southern Conference 
Champions. 









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Charlie Justice, tailback extroordi- 
nary ond conference high scorer. 



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V llneteen ^odii-^ix 



When the bowl talk began to pass the lips of the 
sports-minded, the past achievements of the Tar Heel 
eleven made them eligible for one of the best games on 
New Year's Day, and accordingly, Carolina was invited 
to the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans. 

How the Tar Heels outfought and overpowered the 
Georgia Bulldogs in the first half, and how they came 
back to lead temporarily is a story carved in the mem- 
ories of Carolina supporters who saw or heard that valiant 
battle of the football giants Victory did not go to the 
Tar Heels that day, but it could be seen by all that the 
Carolina star was in its ascendency and that it wouM 
shine in great brilliance for many years to come. 




Coach Carl Snavely gets the word on Koy 
Kyser's own Atomic Bomb ploy. 



Carolina's own Southern Conference champions, who suffered but one defeot in the regular season, are shown in o pre-game portrait. 




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Camp slices off tackle for 
gain against the Gobblers. 




Carolina mainstays: Strayhorn, Pupa ond 
Fitch. 







Stubborn Virginia Tech 
Ties Tar Heels 

Coach Car! Snovely unleashed his 1946 Tor Heels against 
the Virginia Tech Gobblers in a rush of power that netted 
fourteen points by halftime, but slipped in giving the 
visitors a 14-14 stalemate by reason of a pair of blocked 
Carolina kicks, -as spectators slowly came to the realiza- 
tion that lightning could strike twice on the same grid- 
iron. 




Carolina Hurricane Devastates ITIiami 



In the smoothest exhibition of gridironics staged by the 
Tar Heels in many a season, the Snavely machine clicked 
with precision and registered an impressive 21 -0 win over 
the favored Miami Orange Bov^'l champions. A 66-yard 
touchdown run by Justice on the third play of the game 
gave Carolina a lead that was never relinquished as the 
power-laden Tar Heel backfield added two more markers 
before a capacity Miami attendance. A runback by Billy 
Britt for fifty yards and a would-be touchdown was called 
back due to a holding penalty. 





Co-CaptaIn Chan Highsmith, the rugged 
reinforcement of the forward wall. 



The high command overlooks its football material with apparent approval. From left to right, Russ 

Murphy, Crowell Little, Jim Gill, Max Reed and Head Coach Snavely compose the Carolina 

coaching staff. 



Toujours Tarzon and Rameses. 








Snavely ITIachine 

Outswims nriaryland 



Undaunted by a torrential downpour, the Tar Heels proved 
their supremity in the ground gaining department by 
trouncing the game but outclassed Maryland charges of 
Clark Shaughnessey in a muddy 33-0 struggle marked by 
soggy turf and the rain-drenched spirits of the damp- 
ened spectators. 

After raising a commanding lead Coach Snavely sub- 
stituted at will and the entire squad got the opportunity 
to clash with ttne boys from Maryland. The players took 
delight in muddying their white uniforms in the soggy dirt 
of Kenan Stadium. Happiest of ail were the Chapel Hill 
dry cleaners who enjoyed a rush business after the game. 



Don Hartig, signal-calling quarterback. 



Grow finds the going tough 
in the Maryland secondary. 




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Tar Heels Blast Strong flavy Rttack 



Long awaited revenge came to the 
followers of the Blue and White who 
troveled to Baltimore to witness the 
Tor Heels beat the Nova! Academy 
for the first time in history, but the 
laurels of victory were won only after 
the Carolina eleven had turned back 
the Middies' aggressive play to win in 
the lost quarter with a 21 -1 4 score. 




In one of the toughest battles of the season, Rodgers is met by part 
of the scrappy Navy forward wall. 




End Joe Romano, A Demon on 
Defense. 



Blocking Back Joe Wright 



The Toy Bulldog, Guard Sid Vorney. 



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Blue and UUhite Outclasses Florida 




The little man that was not there — Carolina's vaunted 
Charlie Justice — proved to be the mystery on the Kenan 
turf which Coach Ray Wolf and his Florida 'Gators could 
not solve. The Asheville speedster dashed for 75 and 90 
yard touchdown runs in a game which saw the Carolina 
machine roll over the Florida passing attack in registering 
a 40-19 homecoming victory. 



Bob Cox kicking on extro morker 
with Justice holding. 



Over the top of the Florida line goes 

Hoseo Rodgers in on attempt to cross the 

Gator goal. 





Johnny Clements, fastest of the 
Tor Heel backs. 



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Tennessee Rallies 
To Top Tar Heels 



With outstretched arms, a 
Tennessee end awaits the 
pass that gave his team an 
extra six paints, as Jim 
Camp rushes the receiver 
in vain. 





The tough Volunteers of Tennessee pulled a surprise 
touchdown out of their bog of tricks to overcome a Caro- 
lina lead and win a bruising battle at Knoxville, 20-14. 
Disappointed at not winning, the Tar Heels nevertheless 
returned to Chapel Hill with the satisfaction that the 
Vols had to put forth all they could muster, and then 
some, to top the up and coming Blue and White. 




End John Tondy dreams of catch- 
ing another touchdown pass against 
Duke. 



Starting to cut back across the 

field, scotbock Charlie Justice 

sizes up the Indian ahead. 





UnC Scalps UUilliam & fTlary Indians 



The war dance of the William and Mary Indians was brought to a screech- 
ing halt when the pale jersied Tar Heels pulled two surprise touchdowns 
in the second quarter to enable the Carolina team to emerge victorious and 
to drop the Indians from top position in the conference standings, 21 -7. 




Mike Rubish, veteran flankman. 



Max Spellman checks on punting records. 



Ted Hozelwood, a stalwart tackle. 




ULIake Forest Falls Before Tar Heels 



Thrills came dime a dozen in Kenan Stadium when the 
charges of Coach Carl Snavely unleashed their secret 
passing blitzkreig that checked the dangerous Demon 
Deacons of Wake Forest, 26-14. Not decided until the 
final minutes, the game featured kicking duels, long 
touchdown passes, and fast charges by scatbacks of both 
teams, oil of which kept the fans standing for fear that 
they would miss a single ploy of one of the most exciting 
gomes ever to be played on Kenan turf. 




Steigman at center 



Emmett Cheek. 





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A Wake Forest ball carrier barely makes 
scrimmage as Tar Heels close In. 




Duke Sent UUhere 



Hard-driving Hosea Rodgers, 
Carolina fullback flash. 




Coming from behind o seven point disadvantage, the 
sometimes up, sometimes down Blue and White of Caro- 
lina rose to new heights by outcharging and outplaying 
the Blue Devils of Duke, 22-7, in a game that exhibited 
intense rivalry, but poor football, by both teams. Slightly 
favored, the Tar Heels proved their superiority by com- 
pletely overpowering the Devils in the Southland's great- 
est rivalry. 



Poor devils! Hell hath no 

fury like the Tar Heels of 

1946. 



The victorious Grey Fox meets the 
Old Master for a brief post-game 





Szofryn starts out for a Devil. 



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Good Devils Go 



Forty-four thousand fans watched the Carolina eleven 
pull into a 7-7 tie in the second quarter on Justice's pass 
to Tandy. After several attempts were halted deep in 
Devil territory. Jack Fitch carried the ball over on his 
double reverse specialty, and later on offtackle dash by 
Justice accounted for the third score. An automatic 
safety against Duke gave a final score of 22-7. 



Poor George Clork found oil of his fellow Devils in the dirt as he tried 

in vain to penetrate the defense of the Snavely machine. Highsmith 

is poised for the smear. 










The Devils were not quite 

good enough for Charlie 

Justice that day. 



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Justice and Pupa Crush Cavaliers 



Finding the going tougln at some points, Doctor Snavely pre- 
scribed ample doses of his Justice-Pupa compound to com- 
pletely overpower the tricky offensive T of the Virginia Cava- 
liers who tried valiantly to stop the shifty speedster and the 
bruising fullback. The final score stood at 49-14. 



Huge and husky Ernie Williamson. 



The boys who kept the team going — the 

student monagers, on important cog In 

the Snavely machine. 




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Chunk Simmons, sparkplug of the 
Joyvee bockfield. 



Jayvee Team 

Junior varsity football took the place of freshman boll at 
Carolina again in 1946, end the Tar Babies played a five 
game schedule which saw Carolina win two, drop one, and 
tie two. 

Opening with an impressive 38-13 victory over the 
Navy "B" team, the Jayvees repeated with a rousing 33-0 
triumph over the Newport News Naval Apprentice School 
before being held to a 6-6 tie by the Virginia Jayvees. 
After an exciting battle, Duke handed the Carolina lads 
their lone defeat, 21-13, and the High Point "B" team 
battled the Tar Babies to a grueling 20-20 deadlock in 
the season finale. 




Purcell plunges over for the touchdown against the 
Jcyvees of Virginia. 




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Justice picks up yardage as 
Wright and Varney dash 
forward to block the charg- 
ing Bulldogs. 



Georgia Overcomes URC 
Lead To Take Sugar Bowl Game 



As fog swept in from the Gulf, 73,000 spectators watched the vaunted 
Georgia Bulldogs confront the football wizardry of the Tar Heels in 
the Sugar Bowl stadium at New Orleans on New Year's Day. After a 
hard battle in close to freezing weother, the Georgians claimed o 
victory by a 20-10 count over a fighting Carolina eleven that had 
thrown everything but Romeses himself in the gridiron scrap. 

After having outplayed the forces of Wally Butts in the first 
half, the Tar Heels sow the Bulldogs tie the score at 7-7 until a field 
goal by Cox sent the Blue and White bock into the lead. Tar Heel 
hopes melted when Trippi passed to Edwards for one touchdown and 
a long drive for the third Georgio touchdown put the game on ice, 
Georgia ice, that is. 



The Battle of the Charlies — Caro- 
lino's Justice and Georgia's Trippi 
— had not commenced when this 
picture was taken. Coaches Snavely 
and Butts, both looking as uncon- 
cerned as the soft-drink sellers, 
watch the proceedings without 
comment. 



Pupa dives through the middle. 




Finding o hole in the Georgia line, 

Camp starts out on the second 

march to Atlanta with effective 

blocking clearing the path. 




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In the Carolina-Georgia gome of 
1895, football history was made when the 
Tar Heels initiated the first forward pass 
in gridiron competition. In the 1947 
Sugar Bowl classic the Georgia Bulldogs 
broke football precedents by throwing the 
first forward lateral pass. Coach Snavely, 
in a post-gome statement, exclaimed that 
he had won and lost mony games, but 
that this was the first time that he had 
lost a gome he thought he hod won. The 
thousands of students who saw the movies 
of the game later in Chapel Hill agreed 
with their coach that it was hard to 
realize the Tar Heels hod lost. 



Lenoir Dining Hall was never like this. 



Tandy starts forth to tockle the 
Trippi legend 




The Blue Dolphins ot 1947. 




Buddy Crone 




Swimming 

Returning to his old post as swimming mentor, Coach 
Dick Jamerson maintained his reputation as the producer 
of championship Blue Dolphin aggregations with the 1947 
splashers, outstanding in the conference regardless of 
difficulties in securing topflight swimmers. 

Carolina's Blue Dolphins, boasting one of the strongest 
tank teams in the country for the past five years, watched 
their pride fall when Georgia Tech snapped the Tar Heel 



Coach Jamerson talks it over with Captain Ficklen. 



Behind the splashes are breaststrokesmen Cooke and Breeden. 




string of twenty-seven consecutive honne victories in a 
close dual engagement. In addition to insufficient ma- 
terial on hand, several of the Blue Dolphins were declared 
ineligible due to scholastic difficulties, thus plaguing 
the Blue and White splashers at their weakest point. 

Standout for the Blue Dolphins of Coach Jamerson 
included Captain Warren Ficklen, Jesse Greenbaum, 
Jenkins, Pete Hexner, Sam McCauley, Bob Hutton, Dan 
Breeden, Jerry Cook, Garnett McCoy, Dewey Baultman, 
Buddy Crone, and Norm Sper. Of this group many will 
return to bolster next year's team. 





Coach Tom Scott and Bob 
Paxton. 



Overcoming a slow start, the 1947 White Phantoms under 
the coaching of Tom Scott pulled themselves from an 
early slump and climbed aboard a winning streak, which, 
to the amazement of the fans, carried Carolina to vic- 
tory as one of the leaders in the Southern Conference. 

Finishing the regular season with a conference record 
of ten wins to two losses, the White Phantoms laid claim 
to the mythical Big Five crown since the Tar Heels led 




Basketba 








Corolino's White Phantoms 
of 1947. 



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in the win-lose column after having soundly trounced 
the Duke Blue Devils in both gomes. Paced by the floor 
ploy of stalwart forwards Bob Paxton and Jim Hamilton 
and guard Jim White, the Carolina quintet boasted top- 
flight hardwood artists in John "Hook" Dillon, Sherman 
"Nemo" Nearman, Norm Kohler, Jim Hayworth, Taylor 
Thorne, and Dick Hartley. 



Hamilton fights for the ball with 
Davidson players. 



There was never a dull moment in Woollen gymna- 
sium. A fighting five that had to struggle for every vic- 
tory it earned, the White Phantoms thrilled spectators 
at every gome with spectacular floor play and exciting 
scoring drives to capture winning honors from teams that 
invaded the home territory of the Tar Heels. 

For Coach Tom Scott in his first year at the Hill the 
season's results proved to be a sound recommendation for 





Bob Paxton 
Jim White 
Jim Hayworth 



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the canny Kansan who pieced together 
the remnants of a once mighty team, 
added new material, and mixed thor- 
oughly until another conference leader 
was ready for the basketball public. 
Such a team he produced after many 
tries at a winning combination, and 
sports editors throughout the state 
found themselves eating the words they 
had used in underestimating the fight- 
ing Phantoms of 1947. 



The Hook gets an injured onkle toped by Troiner White. 




Sherman Nearman 



ollet Basketball 



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Soccer 



The 1946 season found the Tar Heels once again with 
a soccer team, developed this year under the tutoring of 
Coach Marvin Allen. 

The record for the season, showing a single win 
against five setbacks, did not show the potential strength 
of the Carolina hooters. At the beginning of the season 
the Blue and White defeated Virginia, but later dropped 
three games to Duke and one to the Cavaliers. 



Coach Marvin Allen 





Charlie Johnstan 



Track 




Tar Heel Trocksters of 1947. 



With the return of many lettermen from the wars, Coach 
Dale Ransom moulded together one of the most power- 
ful track teams that Carolina has possessed in a number 
of years. 




MacKenzie ond Coach Ransom. 



Outstanding runners with respected reputations were 
a potent addition to a team that boasted prowess in the 
field events. Like the customary Ransom products, it was 
a team that was a leader in Southern Conference com- 
petition. 

Led by Captain Jimmy Miller the 1946 Cross Country 
team went through a brilliant season by winning seven 
meets and placing fourth in the NC4A event, Superior 
performances throughout the season by Jack Milne, Al 
Smith, Julian MacKenzie, Sam Magill, Mark Burham, and 
Walt Francis made it possible for the Tar Heels to record 
three perfect scores. In the Southern Conference meet 
Carolina again walked away with the laurels of victory 
to put the end to a successful season. 




Cross Country Conference Champions. 




Conwoy Rose 




Bill Spiegel 
Carolina's varsity boxers of 1947. 




Cooch Mike Ronmon gives the Inside dope to slugger Spiegel. 



Boxing 



One of the hardest hit of all the varsity athletic teems 
at Carolina this year was the boxing team which found 
Its members dropping out every day for various reasons. 
Several of the starting fighters were declared ineligible 
and a number stayed on the injured list, but Coach Mike 
Ronman made the best of green material and turned up 
with a good showing. 





Charlie Norton 




Coach Quinlan with Co-Captains Tom Hearn and Dicic Seaver. 

UUrestling 

At the opening of the season, Coach Chuck Quinlan walked 
into the wrestling room, put his hands on his hips, end looked 
around at the prospective wrestlers. What he saw that day was 
to become one of the best wrestling aggregations to represent 
Carolina in a number of years. Duke, N. C. State, Davidson, 
V. M. I,, and Virginia fell before the invincible quartet of 
Tom Urghart, Co-Captains Tommy Hearn and Dick Seaver, 
and Oscar Gupton, leading point-makers for the Tar Heels. 




Laurie Hooper 



Quinlon's Grunters and Groaners of 1947. 



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Baseba 



Coach Bunn Heorn 





Gregory 



Coach Bunn Hearn's annual remark, "Well, boys, we'll 
lose a few, we'll win a few and a few will be rained out" 
came true in the losing department more then anywhere 
else. Maybe it was because the rain did not step in to 
take its share of ball games No matter what the reason, 
the 1 946 Carolina baseballers could not muster the acuity 
to brush off Big Four competition after the season got 
underway. 



The Tor Heel Nine of 1946, including mascot. 




Early in the Southern loop race the Tar Heels enjoyed 
top billing with four wins and one loss, sharing the .800 
percentage spot with N, C, State, the club which won the 
Big Four title handily. Davidson, Maryland, and Virginia 
Tech fell before the Tar Heels, but Wake Forest, Duke 
and State outslugged Carolina in the long run and left 
them on the bottom rung of Big Four competition. 







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Vorney 



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Cheek and Cleetwood 



Baseba 



With only two of the twenty-eight man squad com- 
ing from outside the Old North State, for one time the 
Tar Heels could honestly be applied to a Carolina sports 
aggregation Lettermen were named as follows: Harry 
Reason, Tom Clayton, Charles Cole, Harry Coleman, 
Johnny Colones, Vinny Di Lorenzo, Manager Ben Frazier, 
Ronald Frazier, John Gregory, Ernie Hackney, Jim Hay- 
worth, John Hearn, John McElrath, Fred Ryan, George 
Thompson, Jim Webb, and Francis Whiteheart. 



A get-together with Whitehort, Beoson, Hearn, McElrath, 
Frazier and Webster, 





Nicholson and Jordan 



Captain Maass 



Tennis 



The 1946 Carolina tennis team regained some of its 
pre-war prestige by winning 15 of 16 court matches and 
increasing the amazing record of Coach Kenfield. Led 
by Captain Harold Maass, the team featured topflight 
netmen in Ed Dameron, Jim Nicholson, and Stan Gruner. 




Blue and White Varsity Tennis Team. 



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Talking golfing competition are 
Dan Nymicz, Bob Cox, Billy Wood, and Junie Bailey. 



Carolina returned to competitive golf 
with the 1946 team of club swingers tu- 
tored by Coach Chuck Erickson. Boast- 
ing ample golfing talent, the Tar Heels 
recorded ten victories to four defeats for 
the season to place them as one of the 
leaders in the South since there was no 
official conference standing. 

The fairway foursome of Carolina 
claimed victories over Virginia, Wayne 
University, Wake Forest, N. C. State, 
end Davidson, while losses came in meets 
with Virginia, Duke, and Georgia. 

Team members included Graydon 
Liles, Ed Ashby, Ed Bailey, Dan Nymicz, 
Jim Keiger, Bob Cox, Pete Pate, Billy 
Wood, and Paul Nold. 




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Coach Erickson gives a few 
pointers to Dick Doeschler. 



Long driving Harvey Word. 



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Lewis Dormitory Team, Intromurol Champs. 



Phi Gam Volley Ball Championship Team. 



ntramurals 



Offering one of the most far-reaching programs in recent 
years, the Intramural department under its director, 
Walter Robb, has succeeded in giving each student a 
chance to participate in any phase of athletics. Pro- 
grams offer Softball, football, swimming, basketball, ten- 
nis, boxing, wrestling, and ping pong. 



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The Intramural Directorate. 




UUomen's Rthletic Rssociation 




A set shot artist prepares to sink a two-pointer. 



Although this year Senior girls did not have to partici- 
pate in physical educational dosses, the interest in 
athletics for women has again been ably aroused and 
directed by the Women's Athletic Association. 

The work of the WAA is directed by a council made 
up of sorority and dormitory athletic managers, and ad- 
vised by Miss Frances Burns Highlights of the year were 
a college basketball play-day in February and a high 
school play-day in March. Tournaments in all the various 
sports were regular features of the WAA's program. A 
new point system was also adopted, and the constitution 
•was revised with view of making a more efficient organi- 
zotion, and improving conditions of women's athletics at 

. . . but don't go near the water. 




Mrs. J. G. Beard 





Carolina An all 'round trophy was presented for the first 
time to the group totaling the highest number of points 
all year. 

OFFICERS 

Jeanne Driscoll President 

Judy Swain Vice-President 

ill Lloyd Secretary 

Kit Coleman Treasurer 

Elva Warner Publicity Director 

Members of the Women's Athletic Association. 







The Quality 



The quality of athletics is not strained, it comes from the 
wrestling room, the tennis court, and the football grid- 
iron. Its sportsmanship and its competitive spirit are ex- 
emplified in any of the sports activities to be found within 
the vast area of Woollen gymnasium or the surrounding 
playing fields. The men and women of Carolina possess 
the opportunity to participate in a program that is as 
varied as it is thorough, and from such activity they may 
gain a better insight as to the ideals of fair play. 



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of Athletics 



In a time which has seen athletics change from a 
military necessity to an entertaining recreotion, the 
wizards of Woollen hove kept in step with the demands 
of the nation and its people. Under the guidance of Ath- 
letic Director Robert A. Fetzer and Professor Oliver K. 
Cornwell the Carolina program has trained physically and 
mentally improved the thousands of students who hove 
trod the steps to Woollen. Through the endeavors of the 
faculty and the students Carolina is a leader in Southern 
athletics. 





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Alpha Epsilon Delta 306 

Alumni Association 33 

Aquinas Club 227 

Athletics 344 

Baptist Student Union 225 

Band 220 

Beauty Section 330 

Beta Gamma Sigma 314 

Board of Trustees 32 

Candlelight Paraders 231 

Carolina Independent Coed Association 206 

Carolina Magazine 200 

Carolina Political Union 215 

Carteret County Club 229 

Chi Delta Phi 301 

Coed Senate 1 84 

Council for Religion in Life 228 

Daily Tar Heel 198 

Dance Committee 322 

Deans 28 

Dialectic Senate 21 

Faculty Favorites 34 

Fraternities 248 

Freshman Class 1 32 

Graham Memorial 1 90 

Grail 311 

German Club 323 

Gimghoul 315 

Golden Fleece 313 

Gorgon's Head 316 

House Privileges Board 1 88 

Hillel Foundation 226 

Interfraternity Council 251 

International Relations Club 21 4 

Introduction 1 -25 

Junior Class 94 

Kappa Epsilon 302 

Kappa Psi 308 

Law School 1 56 

Legislature 1 82 

May Day 328 

Medical School 1 62 

Men's Council 1 80 



Men's Glee Club 21 6 

Men's Interdormitory Council 186 

Minataurs 319 

Monogram Club 350 

Order of the Sheiks 318 

Pan-Hellenic Council 236 

Pharmacy School 1 46 

Pharmacy Senate 310 

Phi Assembly 212 

Phi Beta Kappa 298 

Phi Delta Chi 309 

Phi Delta Phi 303 

Phi Mu Alpha 305 

Piaymakers 219 

President Graham 26 

Public Health 159 

Publications Union 1 94 

RhoChi 302 

Senior Class 36 

Sigma Alpha Iota 304 

Sophomore Class 118 

&rorities 232 

Sound and Fury 218 

Student Audit Board ' 1 89 

Student Government 1 78 

Student Party 230 

Theta Psi Epsilon 300 

Thirteen Club 317 

Town Girls Association 204 

University Club '. 348 

University Veterans' Association 205 

Valkyries 312 

Wesley Foundation 224 

Western North Carolina Club 222 

Women's Athletics 384 

Women's Council 181 

Women's Glee Club 21 7 

Women's Interdormitory Council 187 

Yackety Yack 196 

Yackety Yack Beauty Ball 332 

Y. M. C, A 208 

Y. W. C. A 209 



JUST R mmUTE!! IT'S FOR YOU 

It's been a bit of a struggle, this book . . . we've "perambulated" from Dr. Frank 
through the Sugor Bowl to the words of our advertisers, and at times it looked like 
this Tor Heel edition might tread us underfoot . . . but we met our deadline, and 
with the extraordinary cooperation of the Lassiter Press and the Charlotte Engraving 
Company the book is being delivered to you on time. 

Led by dependable section editors, some thirty students contributed hard work 
end long hours toward the making of the book. A word of thanks goes to Wootten- 
Moulton photographers and to the student cameramen who mode our pictures. 
Acknowledgment is certainly due the many advertisers represented on the following 
pages; and most of all we appreciate the cooperation of our staffs and all the persons 
for whom this book is published. 

Here is your yearbook. We have worked hard, and we feel that we have done a 
good job. Though the Yock office is quiet now we remember the fun we had. From 
Terrace View to the beach we have enjoyed working together, and we only hope that 
the results will be what you wont in on annual. 

Here's the book. Consider it a tracing of your own personal steps and those of 
your friends along the paths of Chapel Hill in the year 1946-47. The 1947 Yackety 
Yack is in your bonds. It's yours. Do like it. 




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L^oinpiimenti or 

mRRLEY'S 

• ~Jne J-'^ortnole 





FROM THE FINEST MILK PLANT 
IN THE SOUTH 

come the 
FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS 

FOR YOUR 
ENJOYMENT AND HEALTH 

\mm DHIRY COOPERHTIVE, IRC. 

"Better Dairy Products" 

431 W. Franklin St. 
Chapel Hill, N. C 



FOWLER'S 

FOOD STORE 



All Kinds of Fresh Meats, Groceries 

and Country Produce 

Fish and Oysters in Season 



Phone 9831 Phone 661 

Durham Phone R-723 




Compliments of 



McLEAN 
TRUCKING 
COMPANY 



WINSTON - SALEM • NORTH CAROLINA 



396 



THE KIIVG COTTON 




L^reensboro's ^ineit --Motel 



HAYWOOD DUKE 



MANAGER 



397 





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• Phone 353i 



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YOUR 
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YOUR IZxJl STORE 
CHAPEL HILL 



398 



Compliments of 

FOREST HILLS FARM, INC. 

and 
THE DOWNTOWN GARAGE 

Winston-Solem 



FOISTER'S 
Camera Store 

Photographic Supplies 



x. 




Congratulations . . . 

to another graduating class 

CAROLINA BARBER SHOP 

"Since 1903" 



SERVICE INSURANCE & REALTY 
COMPANY 

Collier Cobb, Jr., Pres. 

General Insurance Real Estate 

Rental Management 

Telephone 5721 



Compliments of 



CARRBORO WOOLEN MILLS 



CARRBORO, N. C. 



CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, 


INC. 


Sales and Service 




DODGE — PLYMOUTH 




Dodge Trucks 




419 W. Franklin St. Phone F-3491 



399 







One "su>e€test"manin0mpelQ^iU- 



An Artist . . . 
A Philosopher . . . 
A Gastronomic 
Genius . . . 

Candy & Coffee Shop 




BIG STAR — LITTLE STAR 



Join the thousands of 
thrifty shoppers who 
daily save at these 
modern food stores. 
Stores conveniently lo- 
cated throughout North 
Corolina! 




BIG STAR 

vQwMARKETS. 



4^UmfSMRST0Rts 



Colonial Stores 



CompI 


ments of 




SOUTHERN 


DAIRIES, 


INC. 


Durha 


m, N. C. 






Serving the University Community 
Since 1899 



The 

BANK OF 

CHAPEL 

HILL 

-Member F. D. 1. C. - 



Clyde Eubanks President 

Collier Cobb, Jr Vice-President 

W. E. Thompson Executive Vice-President 

J Temple Gobbel Cashier 



400 



HOTEL ^X/^c/. 



.J^inlna and „JJan,cina 

in our Balinese Room featuring 
Nationally known bands 



• FRANK L. SWADLEY 
General Manager 



ee 

UUelcomes U. fl. C. Students 

AT ALL TIMES 



WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 



The Carolina Inn 








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Hosts for the University 




on all occasions 




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operating a Dining Room and The 







401 



Dealers in Florsheim and Crosby 

Square Shoes, Arrow and Wing 

Shirts 



--£. 



wman. 6 



UNIVERSITY SERVICE STATION 



TEXACO 



"In the Heart of Town" 



Mptttuiortl) anli ^loan 



Jewelers 



Gifts of Distinction 
Purity Diamonds 
Wallace Silver 
Elgin Watches 
Deltah Pearls 
Ronson Lighters 
Parker Pens 
Remington Razors 



167 E. Franklin St. Chapel Hil 



Flowers for Every Occasion 

RENDER'S 
Chapel Hill Flower Shop 

Opposite Post Office Corner 




Compliments of 



DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 



Mill — Industrial and 

Contractors Supplies 

Plumbing — Heating 

Equipment 



Raleigh — • Durham — ■ Rocky Mount 
Goldsboro 



402 



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Your photographer must have a skilled organiza- 
tion which will maintain highest standards of 
quality and render intelligent service with friend- 
ly cooperation. 



^op 25 Ujeari . . . 



The Yacketv Yack has turned to 
us for photography. 



We invite your inquiries and hope that we may serve you. 



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uuooTTEn-mouLTon 

PnOTOGRAPHERS 

STUDIOS AT CHAPEL HILL • NEW BERN 



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THE 1947 YACKETY YACK IS BOUND 
IN A KINGSKRAFT COVER DESIGNED 

AND PRODUCED BY THE KING SPORT 
PRESS, INC., KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



THE UJORLDS LHRGEU COVER ID R R U F H C T U R E R 



Bei 


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CLsi of '4 7 




For Quality Food Served 
The Way You Like It . . . 
For Beer That's Mellow 




ITS 

HARRY'S 



Compliments of 
BILL McCUNE AND ORCHESTRA 



STROWD MOTOR COMPANY 

Your Ford Dealer Since 1914 

D W.Franklin St. Chapel Hill, N. C, 



Compliments of 
HAZZARD MOTOR COMPANY 

General Motors Dealer 

Sales end Service 

501 W. Franklin St. Chapel Hill, N. C. 



404 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA SUPER MARKET 

"Good Things To Eat" 

Chapel Hill, N. C 



THE ORANGE PRINT SHOP 


A Complete Pr 


nting Service 


Publications Union Board 


Printers for 


20 Years 


Phone 3781 


Box 271 


Chapel Hill 


North Carolina 




Ulmuer6itu J'lonst 



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Pick Theater 




405 



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PRiniERS OF YOUR 
YEARBOOK 





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