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Today we climb the steps of South Building and know that 
tomorrow these steps, worn by future processions of Tar 
Heel students, will continue to shine radiant in their 
service. Yesterday a crude construction, now redecorated, 
in years to come perhaps something new. this castle of 
administration stands a symbol of our growth — of the 
expansion taking place here, around us and within. From 
the basic elements, students, faculty, the Hill itself, evolves 
a growing body of educated citizens, serving teachers, ami 
a University, building and re-building. 




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Now a legend to the students at Carolina, Archibald Henderson, to whom this hook is 
dedicated, symbolizes over a period of fifty years' service the energy of youth he worked 
with, the spirit of broad intellectual endeavor, the scope of many varied interests, the 
sincere desire to understand, interpret and improve life and thought of his times. 

To attempt to telescope the achievement of a life so full as his in a few words of dedi- 
cation is as impossible as catching all the colors of a sunlit prism. Called "the most ver- 
satile scholar of America," Dr. Henderson's career is a shining example of a marvelously 
full and fruitful life. His retirement last summer marked the end of his formal career of 
teaching mathematics at the University of North Carolina. Throughout his rise to world 
fame and prestige, Mr. Henderson remained foremost loyal to his Old North State. 

His state and the students of his state appreciate him. This book is gratefully dedi- 
cated to Dr. Henderson, a man who "can teach mathematics as a profession ; interpret 
and evaluate the main currents of thought of his time; write a definitive biography of a 
great dramatist ; explain Einstein's theory of relativity ; encourage a whole region to ful- 
fill its cultural capabilities; write a history of his state; and clear up any questions anyone 
might want to ask about the Vonstructability of Fermagoric triangles' ". To such a man 
we dedicate the 1948 Yackely Yack. 



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Through the years the dignity of the old joins 
value with improvement of the new, and the con- 
tinued construction and reconstruction marks the 
trend of all of Carolina. Alumni Hall stands tall 
and strong, as a hulwark amidst the shovels and 
the timbers of something new going up. 




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Wild horses couldn't hold down the Carolina process. Youth and strength and vibrancy 
that means being worn down and always bouncing back for more enables this myth of 
growth to come true. Person Hall, its ivy covered brick and its flagstone patio, point to the 
arts, another direction in which to grow. 



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"Meet you after the game" . . . "Hark 
the Sound" . . . fat, green hoxwoods, and 
the Morehead Patterson Bell Tower 
stands serene and steady, deep in the 
pines of Davie woods. 



THE OLD 

Seen from ihe new brick 
walk that borders the aca- 
demic quadrangles, what 
used to be the Gymna- 
sium and now houses the 
struggling journalists, re- 
minds us of the changes 
that come . . . clay paths 
to brick walks, swimming 
pools to typewriters. 




...THE flEW 

In actuality little more 
now than a hole in the 
ground, a few foundation 
walls, and a cornerstone, 
we look with hope toward 
the new field of learning 
and growth to be found 
with the completion in 
1949 of the Morehead 
Planatarium. 




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Shown here is the essence of our hope. The inevitahle passage of time . . . from dawn 
of college days till dark, from start of life to finish. We chart our time, our change, our 
growth, all three intangihle. Through the trees shines the light behind revolving hands 
and tiny wheels that go and go and go with endless continuity. 







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From days of founder Davie when the Old Well was just a plaee to drink, till now, the 
evolution has heen slow and sure, hut no matter how the eloek strikes and moves on, this 
center of the campus will always testify that all is well. 





Toward light, toward liberty, we build 
and we elimb a flight of steps; we 
scale the tower of books; and move 
upward through the collection of 
knowledge from the ancients to the 
new. We discover yellowed pages of 
old writings sharing the shelf with 
new ideas, new facts, new people to 
meet, to learn, and to eventually 
know. 





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Convocations, concerts, grades, pep rallies, flu shots, all remind us of Memorial 
Hall . . . the hig open auditorium where you see all your friends and wish the 
seats would he reconstructed with accent on comfort instead of callouses. 



A poplar tree that isn't of 
the poplar specie, the 
tall and leaning Davie 
Poplar represents all the 
forest and the foliage that 
means Chapel College, no 
matter what people, 
huildings, or events come 
and go. 




SYfTIBOLOF SPIRIT 

Lonely and beautiful in its emptiness, becalmed Kenan Stadium 
curves gracefully around the straight, green field, and quietly 
awaits the return of cheering crowds and fighting fullbacks . . . 
but maybe Kenan means more than just a game ... it means a 
spirit, a summer night, and a broad expanse of stars to match the 
silent stands. 



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Dr. Frank P. Graham 



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From whither his directions come, Prank Graham's leadership of the 
Greater University of North Carolina stands strong and straight and 
clean like the girders of a great colosseum or a huge arena that will 
house the present and future generation of Tar Heel students in their 
struggles through the cycles of building and rebuilding for life and 
youth and freedom. 

Though necessity may call our president to far corners of the 
globe, and away from his desk in South Building, a symbol of liberal, 
honest democratic belief necessarily remains to grow and expand itself 
throughout the structure of the University. Its work here is to build . . . 
to build people, to build a nation, to build a world. . . . Cornerstones 
of education and broad experience cannot be overlooked. The steady 
hand of a simple, expert architect is vital to a solid, durable result. 

This year has been a strenuous one with many excavations, bricks 
added to bricks, strong foundations, and then, new blueprints; but Dr. 
Frank continues as the eloquent engineer who stands to survey and 
guide our work: the process of construction. 





Though the load of managing a University 
rests heavily on the shoulders of Chancellor 
R. B. House, our chief administrator 
always has a smile and a tune on the har- 
monica for students and faculty. Problems 
of all types and sizes occur daily, but in- 
sight and appreciation of values enable Mr. 
House to endeavor steadily for improve- 
ment of the old and discovery of new fields 
of education and growth. 



... From 



Chancellor 
Robert B. House 



Dean Ernest L. Mackie 




>outh Building 



Dean Ernest L. ITIackie 

As Dean of Students. Dean E. L. Mackie has completed another full and fruitful 
year symbolizing mutual faculty-student concern for the progress of the University 
and the people whom it serves. His advisorv positions in many campus organizations 
do much to channel student time and energy in the right directions. 

Dean Katherine K. Carmichael 

From her offices to the English classroom, Dean of Women Katherine K. Car- 
michaels influence and leadership are felt as living parts of the life of UNC students, 
the coeds in particular. The friendly, informal charm of Miss Carmichael and her 
co-workers helps make a valuable college experience more and more inviting to 
women students. 

Dean Fred H. Weaver 

A quiet "good morning", a twinkle in his eye. and a serious determination to 
see a job through are some of the characteristics of Dean of Men Fred Weaver. All 
Carolina men feel the impact of Dean Weavers work for the solution of campus prob- 
lems of all kinds, from food and housing on down. 



Dean Katherine K. Carmichael 



Dean Fred H. Weaver 




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W. S. Wells 

Dean of Arts anil Sciences 



D. D. Carroll 

Dean of Commerce School 



DERIIS 



Long before registration day and the actual start of classes, the admin- 
istrative officials spend many hours planning class schedules and the 
general academic agenda for the student body. They find the needs of 
every student and attempt to meet those educational demands. The 
welfare of each and everv student at the llniversitv of North Carolina 



W. W. Pierson 

Dean of (irailuatp School 



M. L. Jacobs 

Dean of Pharmacy School 





C. P. Spruill 

Dean of General College 



W. R. Berryhill 

Dean of Medical School 



is their foremost desire. Their offices are swarmed six days a week by 
students . . . men and women who seek answers to many problems of 
varying nature. In this new age of reconstruction and building, the 
Deans continue their role of service to the Carolina student and to the 
I'niversitv of North Carolina. 



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R. H. Wettach 

Dean of Late School 



Susan G. Akers 

Dean of Library Science 




For Guidance, Know 



The task of a University is education. The joh of education is to 
teach. What part of a University are its teachers? They are half of the 
two-part process of teaching and learning. They are the resources, the 
guides, the directors of the growth and development of the student. 
They are the searchers of new knowledge. They are the prime examples 
of educated man : the goal of our student community. 




And where in a yearbook is the place for the faculty? The Uni- 
versity of North Carolina teaching staff of four hundred plus cannot 
he pictured here. Suffice it to include administrative and college heads 
. . . hut add a word of thanks. 

From the Instructors to the full Professors. Carolina faculty mem- 
bers serve the students with their time, their knowledge, and their in- 
terest. 



;dge and Growth 



Intimate acquaintance and friendship between the huge student 
body and the overworked faculty are impossible, but we are proud that 
Carolina has not fallen completely into the depths of cold dishing out 
of assignments, lectures, and quiz questions. There are still "coffee 
hours", some corny jokes, and a greeting on Franklin Street. \5 <* arc 
proud of the mutual respect of students and faculty. Our honor system. 
our scholarly tradition of high standards, and our Carolina spirit 
makes the process of education a little more pleasant to both under- 
paid teachers and harassed students. 

In the pictures on this page several phases of academic life are 
featured, but. though we laugh at ourselves, our socializing in the ^ . 
and our crossword puzzles, we can be serious, and we sincerely offer 
our thanks to the faculty and all University employees for a job well 
done. 




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GOVERNOR R. GREGG CHERRY 

President px-offieio of the Ronril of Trustee* 




Board of "rustees 



This year the bi-annual trip of the Visiting Committee of the Board to the 
University stood out as a real chanee for students to air their views and 
problems to the authorities, and to hear the opinions of representative 
trustees. After a series of hearings and meetings, students, faeulty. and 
trustees were able to reaeh a fuller understanding of eaeh other and Caro- 
lina itself. 

The Board of Trustees, under the General Assembly, has full power 
over the affairs of the University of North Carolina. A member is elected to 
the Board from eaeh country in the state for eight-year terms which are so 
staggered that one-fourth of the number is elected every two years. An 
Executive Committtee is authorized to act between meetings as the Board's 
general agent. 



Rlumni Rssociation 

The variety of jobs performed by the Carolina Alumni Association en- 
larges as the University it represents grows in size and scope. From the 
Central Office of the Association, located in the Carolina Inn. a far reach- 
ing program is extended across the state and the nation to unite more than 
37.500 graduates and former students in an association which dates back 
to 1843. The group includes members of classes from 1878 to 1948. 

Working through this Central Office, local alumni clubs, permanently 
organized classes, a General Assembly, and the official magazine. "The 
Alumni Review''", the Association maintains up-to-date records of all alum- 
ni, and promotes interest in current activities of the University. 

Any graduate or former student is eligible for membership in the As- 
sociation. General in its service to the University and personal in its re- 
lationship to the alumni, tbe Alumni Association links all parts of Alma 
Mater. 



Samuel J. Ervin. Jr. 

President 



J. Maryon Saunders 
Secretary 



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FOSTERinG 



Guiding the veteran through post war prohlems 
and Psychology DOCTOR F. CARLYLE SHEPARD 
can list his friends hy the thousands. 

Stalwart of the Puhlications Union Board, train- 
ing minds in economics PROFESSOR J. M. LEAR 
strives for perfection. 

Modern Literature comes to life at Carolina in 
the minds of the students sitting at the feet of 
DOCTOR LYMAN COTTEN. 

In South American politics or conversational 
Spanish DOCTOR FEDERICO G. GIL hrings the 
continental touch to Chapel Hill. 



With graciousness and charm DEAN 
GERALDINE FOSTER leads aspirants of the Col- 
lege of Arts and Sciences towards their AB's. 

A Botanist's Philosophy of life is engulfed in the 
emhryo and the giant Oak hy DOCTOR EARL H. 
NEWCOMER. 



E. H. Newcomer 




William S. INewmai 



DUCflTIOn 



By bringing democracy and culture to the class- 
room DOCTOR WILLIAM S. NEWMAN presents 
music that is enjoyable to all. 

Studying French or Education can be interesting 
when being guided by PROFESSOR HUGO GIDUZ. 

DOCTOR J. W. LASLEY, knowing the thoughts 
of students from his son, proves the maxum. 
Mathematics can be fun. 

Aristocratically DOCTOR CLEMENS SOMMER 
presents the lure of the Metropolitan Museum of 
Art to students entering Pearson Hall. 

The touch of Broadway, the glamour of Holly- 
wood can be found on campus in the versatile 
Director of the Communications Center, MR. EARL 
WYNN. 

History of Sixteenth Century Europe has humor 
claims DOCTOR M. B. GARRETT, and all his 
students heartily agree. 




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Student 
Government 




TOM ELLER 

President 



JACK FOLGER 

Vice-President 



SAM DANIELS 

Secretary-Treasurer 



It has been the object of student officers, acting with the knowledge 
that out of something good can eome something great, to improve and en- 
large upon the functions of Student Government. Student control of the 
social life, puhlications, and the many student organizations make our 
system one which every student learns hy using. Acceptance and utilization 
of full student government, respecting the rights and needs of all, has ob- 
tained for us a student government which is rarely equaled. 

Vlajor functions of Student Government, which operates through the 
utilization of two codes — the Campus (lode and the Honor Code, have in- 



eluded orientation of entering students, making the students conscious of 
all phases of their government, expenditure of student fees, and the hear- 
ing of reported violations of the Honor System. We look forward to hetter 
orientation, not only for new students hut for all who are a part of govern- 
ment here at Carolina. 



The many problems that face the student body in the course of their college 
life are sometimes effectively and sometimes ineffectively dealt with by the 
student officers. These officers are chosen in elec- 
tions held twice a year, one of which is in the fall, 
and the other in the spring. The largest of the two, 
the spring elections, carries with it all the excite- 
ment and ballyhoo of national elections. At this 
time the majority of the student leaders, who will 
decide the policies of university life and govern- 
ment, are chosen. 



Quon&et hut problem 



Voting 




Executive Branch 



The executive branch of student government is composed of the president of the student body to- 
gether with the heads of the various departments, committees, hoards which are deemed necessary by 
the constitution, and such other subsidiary bodies which may be necessary and proper to aid the presi- 
dent in the performance of his duty. All committees heads are appointed by the president and directly re- 
sponsible to him. 

Among the groups which are made mandatory by the constitution are the Elections Board which 
holds and regulates all elections; the Dance Committee whose place it is to act as a regulatory and quasi 
judicial body, and through whom all final permission must be obtained before dances are held; the Stu- 
dent Entertainment Committee which plans and maintains a full-time entertainment program on the cam- 
pus; and the House Privileges Board which reviews all rules and regulations concerning coed visiting 
privileges and passes them on to the Interfraternity Council for enforcement. The constitution also pro- 
vides for an orientation committee whose duty it is "to devise and conduct an adequate program of 
orientation for all entering students.'" 

The many financial problems involved in student government are solved by the Budget Committee 
and the Student Audit Board. Both groups are composed of students who have successfully passed ac- 
counting courses. 

A unique and interesting addition to the Executive branch is the Coalition Advisory Council which 
brings all the diverse opinions of the students into one group so that they may combine their efforts and 
suppress their differences in the interest of a more effective student government. 

A valuable aide to the president is the attorney-general who is the president's personal advisor. 

The many letters of inquiry which the executive offices handles daily serve as proof of the fact that 
student government on the Carolina campus is a living organ in practice as well as theory. 




Seated: .41 Winn, Sam Daniels. Tom Eller. 



Standing: Charles Blackburn. Jack Buuraem. Monroe Landreth. 





Seated: Margaret McWilliams, Betsy Aim Barbee, Nan Guy, Nina DeBerry. Standing: Bob 
Kirby. Jim Paschal, Bob Broughlon. Jim Castleberry, Al Lowenstein. 



Student Council 



Standing at the top of Carolina's judicial ladder is its 
Student Council, the group of student-elected members who 
are the supreme court of campus affairs. To the council come 
cases of constitutional interpretation and appeals from the 
men's and women's honor councils. 

The Council is comprised of nine memhers, three from 
the male student hody, three from the coed student body and 
three memhers from the campus at large. A requirement of 
completion of at least one academic year at the University is 
demanded of all memhers. 

During the past year the Council has been the battle- 
ground of several major campus issues. Biggest of the big 
and the one to draw the greatest share of the college spotlight 
was the Interfraternity Council decision whereby the validity 
of the House Privileges Board's rules and ruling were upheld 
by the Council after several elongated and furiously argued 
sessions. 

The recent history of the Council is similiarly battlescar- 
red. Last year saw an attempt to remove the appelate power 
of the council, but such an action was defeated by the student 
body in the spring elections and the powers of the Council 
remained as originally stated in the Constitution. 




BOBEBT BBOIGHTON 

President 




Seated: Vivian Parks. William K. Tate, Charles Lambeth. Standing: Michael Carr. Martv 
Carmichael, Diek Walker, South Trimble. Oliver Fleming. Walt Tallev. 



ITIen's Council 



The Men's Council is a judicial body of the Carolina stu- 
dent government whose duty is to enforce the Honor Code, 
covering cases of cheating, stealing, and lying, and the Cam- 
pus Code, which regards gentlemanly conduct. Violators of 
the Honor and Campus Codes are hrought hefore the Council 
where their cases are heard and corresponding disciplinary 
measures taken. 

In addition to its strictly judicial activities the Council 
undertakes several projects each year which it feels are in 
need of attention. These projects hetter acquaint the student 
hody with policies which the Council feels should he carried 
out in order that Student Government might function at its 
hest. The following projects were adopted for this year: 

1. The restoration of Student Government to its pre-war 
level. 

2. Proper orientation of all new students on entering the 
University. 

3. Amending Student Government Constitution so as to 
allow only one student group for trials with appeal being 
made to a faculty group instead of another student group. 

4. Complete abstention of students from vandalism. 
This year's officers were: William K. Tate, Chairman; 

Vivian A. Parks, Vice-Chairman; and Charles F. Lambeth. 
Secretary. 




WILLIAM K. TATE 

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Sealed: Dorothy Dashiell, Margaret Cole. Marshall Spears. Margaret Healv. Standing: 
Dabney Little. Sarah Rurhanan Porter. Donleen MacDonald, Caroline Warren, Jane 
Rogers. 



Women's Counci 







DONLEEN MaiDONALD 

President 



The Women's Couneil, campus coed judiciary, handles 
all cases of violations hy women students of the Honor Code 
and of the Campus Code. In connection with these duties the 
members of the council instruct entering coeds in the origin 
and meaning of the codes and ohtain their signatures on 
them. 

It is also their responsibility to attempt to discover and 
correct the source of any individual maladjustment. It is one 
branch of the tripartite system of coed self-government, 
working with the Coed Senate and the Women's Interdormi- 
tory Council as a living example of the coeds' desire and abili- 
ty to govern themselves. 

Three juniors, three seniors, one graduate student, and 
two members at large are elected hy the coeds to this impor- 
tant body. There, in cooperation with the parallel Men's 
Council, and in addition to their other duties, the members 
work to improve the "Carolina way of life." 

Officers for the year were: Chairman, Donleen McDon- 
ald ; Secretary, Dorothy Dashiell. 



Student 
Legislature 




JACK FOLGER 
President 




Smug, snoozing, 
but oh so serious 
legislators ! 



Carolina's first student legislature to operate under the amended con- 
stitution began its work in September of this year. Its duties included levy- 
ing, collecting, and distributing fees, passing upon executive appointments, 
making election laws, determining what constitutes an offense against the 
student body, making and hearing recommendations from various sub- 
sidiary bodies and committees, and promoting the general welfare of the 
student body. 

Ilaiing disposed of the consideration of changes in the constitution 
by submitting several amendments to the student body for their consider- 
ation, and the issue of having a humour magazine published on the Caro- 



lina campus by creating Tarnation, the legislature was left at the beginning 
of the vear with time to tie in the loose ends of the general outline of stu- 
dent government and consider various minor issues. 

This time was used to good advantage proving even more conclusively 
the Carolina contention that students can govern themselves. 

The legislature combined all national charity drives into one Com- 
munity Chest, made provision for the bi-weekly publication of a record of 
its doings in the Daily Tar Heel, and began the procedure of requiring all 
legislators to take tests in parliamentary law. They were ahead of similar 
bodies in the state and nation in that their record was published either to 
them or to the student body as a whole, and in that they are one of the 
few existing legislative bodies requiring the above-mentioned parliamentary 
law tests. 

Composed of fifty members, half of whom are elected each six months, 
the legislature is intended to represent a cross-section of Carolina thinking. 
It is presided over by the vice-president of the student body, and continually 
works for an honest expression of student interests in a better student 
government. 



The 1947-1948 Student Legislature. Officers were: Speaker. Jack Folger; Speaker Pro- 
tein. Miles Smith and Charlie Long: Parliamentarian, Pete Gerns; Clerk, Steve Millikin 
and Bill Jerrigan; Chairman of Ways and Means, Tag Montague and Basil Sherril; 
Chairman of Bules Committee, Herman Baker and Jim Fort; Chairman of Elections 
Committee, Miles Smith and Jess Dedmond; Chairman of Finance Committee. Bill Mackie 
and Ernest House. 



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Coed Senate 




BARBARA CASHIOIN 
President 



Formed in the spring of 1941. the Coed Senate is the major 
legislative hotly of the Women's Government. It is the responsi- 
bility of this organization to introduce rules pertaining to 
eoetls. to vote on social measures recommended by the Inter- 
dormitory Council, and to supervise all coed elections. The Coed 
Senate is also responsible for drawing up budgets and passing 
on all expenditures in the Women's Government, which include 
Honor Council. Women's Athletic Association and donations 
to subsidiary organizations. 

Members, which number approximately one for everv fiftv 
coeds, are elected by the women students in the spring campus 



elections. Four juniors are chosen each Decemher to serve for one year. 
The Coed Senate annually sponsors an orientation program for nevi 
women students. This past year it voted to inaugurate new and stronger 
orientation plans for the purpose of familiarizing the women students with 
the constitutional government of the University. 

One night each year, during the week immediately following this orien- 
tation period, the Senate "introduces" the new coeds to the University of 
North Carolina at its Coed Ball. The event this past fall was a highlight and 
the heginning of a successful year. 

Coed Senate officers were: Barhara Cashion. Speaker: Katie Guion. 
Speaker Pro-tem : and Sue Everett. Secretary. 



First Rote: Weddy Thorpe. Julia Ross, Katie Cuion. Emily VonBorries. Bootsie Mr- 
Williams. Joyce Jones. Clara Auld. Betty Robinson. Doris Sauls. Second Row: Sally Lee. 
Barbara Cashion. Lib Clinard, Eleanor Singletary. Elaine Patton. Mary Locke Craig. 
Bonnie Thrash. Mary Murphy, Helen Compton. Third Row: Liz Hazlett. K. D. Durham. 
Sue Everett. Jo Butler. Camilla Ray. Katherine Royall. Audrey Bryson, Lucie Hill Baxter. 







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First Row: Clyde Rollins, Joe Johnson. Pete Gerns, Emile 
Saleeby, Bob Orniand, Garland Scroggs, Jerry Pettigrew 
« Second Row: Kenneth Ross, Robert L. Mills, Joe Nantz. 
Doug Smith, Albert Owenby, Jess Dedmond, Frank White. 
Jack Brown • Third Row: Drew Colvard, Len Szafaryn, 
Ed Davenport, John Rossir, Al Petteway. Lucius L. Moore, 
Robert B. Payne. Paul Keziah. 



Interdorm 



Serving as a court of appeal to hear eases coming up 
from men's dorm councils, and making rules affecting 
the conduct of the men are two of the main functions of 
the Men's Interdormitory Council. The administration 
of men's dorms at Carolina is left in the main to this 
council. The group is composed 1 of the presidents of the 
dorms and the counselors appointed by the University. 

President of the Men's Interdormitory Council this 
year was Emile Saleeby. 




EMILE SALEEBY 
President 



womErrs 




Seated: Miriam Evans, Representative to Graham Memorial Board, Margaret MeWilliams. 
Norma Hotard. Secretary. Standing: K. D. Durham. Emily VonBorries. Ann Hamlin. 
Mary Ellen Wellons, Gloria Peters. Ludy Vance. Lola Mustard. !\ot pictured: Jean Snyder 
and Martha Whitaker. 



)ry Councils 




MARGARET McWILLIAMS 
President 



Composed of dormitory presidents and sorority 
house managers, the Women's Interdormitory Council 
acts as a go-hetween for the coeds, the Dean of Women, 
and housemothers in providing for a system of social 
rules, supervising house councils, and generally con- 
ducting the husiness of governing the residence and 
some of the actions of Miss Carolina Coed. 

It is their function to regulate dormitory life 
through house meetings, and recommend improve- 
ments to the Coed Senate. For these purposes, they meet 
once a month with the Residence Board which is com- 
posed of dormitory hostesses and sorority house- 
mothers. 

Officers during the past year were: President, Boot- 
sie MeWilliams; Secretary, Norma Hotard; and Repre- 
sentative to the Graham Memorial Board of Directors. 
Miriam Evans. 




Seated: Dean Fred Weaver, Monroe Landreth, Mr. J. A. Williams. Standing: Roy Moose, 
Jack Swanner, Dick Culberson. Ralph Hodges. 



Student Rudit Board 



With the purpose of fostering a more efficient su- 
pervision of all organizations which receive student 
fees or use university property, the Student Audit Board 
was organized here in 1931. 

Since that time, it has operated as a custodian of 
student fees and as a student government accounting 
service. Any organization on the Carolina campus may 
utilize its hookkeeping and auditing services. 

Monroe Landreth served as student chairman dur- 
ing this past year. The faculty advisors are Dean Fred 
Weaver and Mr. J. A. Williams. 




^»^ 




MONROE LANDRETH 
Chairman 




Around such simple things as a snooze in a chair, draw- 
ing phys. ed. equipment, and a kiss on the cheek revolves 
life at Carolina. 




// 



SEniOR CLRSS 




Benson McCuteheon, Bill Tate, Annie Ben Beale, Bill Blvthe 



Officers 



Benson McCutcheon 


President 


Bill Tate 


Vice-President 


Annie Ben Beale 


Secretary 


Bill Blythe 


Treasurer 



From under the lofty branches of Davie Poplar we go — into the world to expound our learning 
and to gain by it that greater knowledge which lies ahead. Our years at Carolina have been fleeting ones 
— years which we lived to the fullest and which we shall always cherish among the best. 

Long will we hold to the myriad of memories, the conglomeration of events, emotions, and experi- 
ences that we have shared upon the Hill. We will look at them, turn them, focus them, reconsider them, 
view them in the new light of years' perspective — and though our values change, their value will re- 
main. 

These years have been the formative ones in spite of what the psvchologists say of "'the ages 2 to 
6" or "12 to 13." These years have supplied the materials, the blueprints, the concrete, the marble of 
our personal construction. The final finishing, the moulding of the elements may come later, may never 
be achieved: but we can always appreciate the start, the impulsion, the momentum that only Carolina 
could give to us. 

The spirit of the Hill, our Hill, is old. is familiar, is almost trite to the persistent readers of year- 
books; but for each senior class it is a new incentive, a new inspiration for the future. Commencement 
becomes a beginning, not an end ... a start of examination in the realistic sense — just plain living, 
instead of the mere cessation of formal mid-terms and finals. 

Carolina in its very essence has laid the foundation. The super-structure will be completed through 
our own initiative, satisfying Carolina's blueprints. We aspire to be monuments to future generations: 
and if and when we achieve this goal, our lives will be testimony to the feeling and the determination 
we share as we graduate — the determination to prove that the foundations will not fall to ruins, but 
will become an everlasting edifice, impelling us and those who follow to live and to fulfill the ideals 
of the University — Lux Libertas . . . 




BILLIE ADAMS 

Opelika. Alabama B.S. 


in Commerce 


FLORA MARGARET ALLRED \ V. 

Raleigh B ' A % Ety^k 


CHARLES PATRICK ADAMS 
Raleigh B.A 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A. (3, 4). 


in Chemistry 


Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3): Student Legislature^) ; WomenV 
Athletic Association: Student Advisor. VK \ . 

THOMAS ATKINS ALSPAUGH 

Greensboro B.S. in Chemistry 


HENRY LEIGH ADKINS 
Memphis, Tennessee B.A. 


in Chemistry 


Phi Kappa Sigma. „ 

JAMES EDWARD AMOS 


JOSEPH KERMIT ALBERTSON 
Hight Point 


B.A. in Music 


Kings Mountain B.S. in Comiri(e£ee 

Helta Sigma Pi; Boxing (31. 


Phi Ma Alpha; Glee Club (3, 4) , Secretary (41. 




WRAY M. AMOS \\ 


ARMIN J. ALETMUELLER 

Chapel Hill B.S. 


in Commerce 


High Point B.S. in Commerc^ 

Kappa Sigma; lnterlraternity Council (21: 13 Club (3. 41. Secrctary\ 
Treasurer (4). \ 


Sigma Chi. 

STANLEY NANCE ALLAN 
New York, New York 


B.S. in Art 


JOHN J. ANDERSON. JR. 

Baltimore. Maryland B.A. in Journalism 


Carolina Magazine (4) ; Carolina Political Union (3, 
(4); Soccer (4). 


4 1 ; Daily Tar Heel 


PATRICIA ANDERSON 

Asheboro B.A. in French 


LEON B. ALLEN 

Greensboro B.S. 


in Commerce 


Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3. 4|; Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Women's Athletic 
Association (3, 4). 


Delta Kappa Ep.iilon. 




RICHARD FENNER ANDERSON, JR. 


THOMAS W. ALLEN 

Richmond. Virginia B.S. 


in Commerce 


Burlington B.S. in Commerce 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Carolina Magazine (4) ; lnterfraternilv Council 13. 41 : 
Y. M. C. A. (31: Lambda Chi Alpha President (3). 






Chap 



S\^ 



cA' 



i or 




Adams, B. 
Adams, C. 

Adkins 
Albertsoii 
Aletmuller 



Allan 
Allen, L. 
Allen, T. 

Allred 
Alspaugh 



Amos, J. 

Amos, W. 
Anderson, J. 
Anderson, P. 
Anderson, R. 



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ROBERT ALAN ANDREW 

South Dennis. Massachusetts B.A. in Radio 

Carolina Magazine (1); Debate SquaJ (1); Glee Club 111. 

THOMAS RUSHMAN ANDREWS. JR. 

Bethel B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gorgon's Head (3); Grail (2. 3, 41: Interfraternity 
Council (2); University Club (2); Campus Cabinet; Minataurs {3. 4). 

OLIVER STANHOPE ANTHONY, JR. 

Shelby B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi. 

IRA PAUL ANTIN 

New York, New York 

Sigma Alpha Ma; Hillel Cabinet (4). 

JAMES AUBREY APPLEWHITE. JR. 
Fayetteville B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi; Interdormitory Council (3). 

RALPH MARTIN ARMSTRONG. JR. 

Belmont B.S. in Chemistry 

WILLIAM HARRIS ARMSTRONG 



B.A. in Chemistry 



Salisbury 



HOWARD P. ARONSON 

New York. New York 

P. Lambda Phi. 



B.A. in Journalism 

Club (3. 41 ; C. C. U. N. 



B.S. in Commerce 



VIRGIL JOHN ASHBAUGH. JR. 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tan Omega; Daily Tar Heel 111; German Club Executive (31: 
Gorgon's Head (3, 41: Interfraternitv Council (2. 31. Treasurer (3); 
House Privileges Board. 



LAWRENCE C. ASHBY 
Memphis. Tennessee 

MAURICE C. ASHLEY 

Poughkeepsie. New York 

CTii Phi. 

EARL D. ATKINS 

Mavodan 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



HARVEY GEORGE AUERBACH 

Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Lambda Phi; Dail\ Tar Heel; Dialectic Senate II. 21: Interfraternity 
Council (2); Playmakers (II: University Club (41. 

CLARA HELEN AULD 

Mount Pleasant. South Carolina B.A. in Botany 

Delta Delta Delta; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) ; Co-ed Senate (41 ; House Council 
(3). 

DEWITT RAY AUSTIN. JR. 

Charlotte B.A. in Chemistry 

Phi Gamma Delta. 




Armstrong, R. 

Armstrong, W. 

Aronson 

Ashbaugh 

Ashbv 



Ashley 
Atkins 
Auerbach 
Auld 
Austin 




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JAMES HAROLD AYDELETTE 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma. 

WILLIAM RUFUS AYERS 

Roanoke. Virginia B.A. in Dramatic Art 

Playmakers (3. 41; Ka> Kyser Scholarship III 

HENRY ALFRED BADGETT 

Mt. Airy B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delia. 

LUCY KEETER BAGGETT 

Lillington B.A. in Political Science 

HOWARD CLARK BAILEY 

Chadbourn B.S. in Commerce 

Daily Tar Heel (3, I), Usistant Busii Manager (31. Business Manage] 

(41 j Interdormitory Council (41; Studenl \dYieei III; Track (3); Y. M. 

C. A. (3, ll: Interdormitor) [Jan..- (, nittee (4); Student Directory 

Business Manager (41. 

EDWARD LEE BAITY 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma; fin Beta Kappa; Bent Gamma Sigma; Kappa Sigma Secre- 
tary (2); Treasurer (II; Tennis (2); Freshman Council Secretarj and 



ROBERT FRANKLIN BALDWIN 

Marshallville. Georgia B.S. in 



BETSY ANNE BARBEE 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Sooiologyl 



Glee Club (2); Student Council (4); Yackety lack (41; Y.M'. C 

(1, 2); Graham Memorial Board of Directors (21; C 

President (2). President (3); Women's Athletic Associating (3, 4) 

Secretary (4); Town Girls" Association (1. 2. 3. II, 

President (4). 



DEVAN BARBOUR. JR. 

Raleigh 



B.S. in Conim 



HERMAN L. BAKER 

Nashville 



B.S. in Commerce 



Interdormitory Council 131; Student Legislature 13. 41; Universit) (Jul. 
13. 41; Cro-s Countrj (3); Wesley Foundation ll. 2. 3. 4i. Chairman 
131. Vice-chairman 141. 



Phi Gamma Delia: lliterfraterniti Council 13. 4); University Club ( 
University Dance Committee (1. 31. Chairman (31; Cheerlead 
Head Cheerleader (31; Inlerfraternity Court (3. 41. Chairman 

HERMAN SUTTON BARBREY, JR. 

Mt. Olive B.A. in Chemistry 

HELEN AUGUSTA BARNES 

Murfreesboro B.A. in English 

Pi Bela Phi; Y. W. C. A. 13. II; Junior CI. 
Pi Beta Phi Secretary (4). 

LYNN W. BARNES 
Taylorsville 

ROGER CREIGHTON BARNETT 

West Palm Beach. Florida B.S. in Commerce 

BETSY JANE BARRETT 

Burlington B.S. in Medical Technolog\ 





B.S. in Commerce 



Baity 
Baker 

Baldwin 
Barbet* 

Barbour 



Barbrey 
Barnes, H. 
Barnes. L. 

i;. ii ii. n 

Barrett 



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ass 



LEWIS DONSEL BARTLEY 
Roanoke Rapids 



R.S. in Commerce 




JEAN CARTER BASKERVILLE 

Lenoir B.A. in Journalism 

Sigma Pi Alpha- Dail, Tar Heel. 

JEANNE OLIVIA BASNIGHT 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. II. Cabinet (41: Town Girl's Asso- 
ciation (3, 4). Secretary I II. 

EDWARD GRAHAM BATTLE 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Chemistry 



FREDERICK CHRISTIAN BAUER 

Riverton. New Jersey B.A. in Physical Education 



LUCIB HILL BAXTER 

Charlotte B.A. in Art 

41 ; racket] Ya, t ill: Y. W. C. A. 



ROBERT EMMETT BAXTER 

Columbus. Georgia 

PAUL THOMAS BAYNARD 
Forest City 

Kappa Alpha; Band II. 2.1. 



B.A. in History 
>.S. in Commerce 



ANNIE BEN BEALE 
Greensboro 



B.A. in History 



Delia Delia Delia; Senior Class Secretary: Student Council (3); Student 
Legislature (4,1: Yackel) Yack 13. I) j Y. W. C. A. in. I): Delta Delta 



PETER T. BEAl DRY 

Homer. New York 



B.S. in Commerce 

(1) ; Dance Committee (1| ; Inter 



HENRY JACOBY BEECHER 
Manchester. Pennsyhania 

Band (1. 2). 

WILLARD JOSEPH BEESON 

Winston-Salem 

THOMAS MILBURN BELK 
Charlotte 



B.A. in History 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



DEANE F. BELL 

Washington 

Phi Gamma Delta. 



B.A. in Political Science 



CHARLES THOMAS BENNETT 

Elizabeth City B.A. in Economic 

Phi D.I, a Thela; Bam] II. 2. 3. 41; Daih Tar Heel (1. 21. 



Bartley 

Baskerville 

Basnight 

Battle 

Bauer 



Baxter. L. 
Baxter, R. 

Bavnard 
Beale 

Beaudrv 



Beecher 
Beeson 

Belk 

Bell 

Bennett 




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%Ls» 



ALAN BERGMAN 

New York, New York 



B.A. in Economics 



Pi Lambda Phi; Band (1); Interfraternity Council (2); Sound and Fury 
(I, 2, 3), Music Director (3); University Club (3); Tennis (II; 
Carolina Workshop (2). 

EDWARD CLARK BERRY 

Morgantim B.S. in Geology 

Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Gamma Epsilan. 

LAWRENCE RAY BERRY 

Kannapolis B.A. in English 

Daily Tar Heel (4); Interdormitory Council (2); Phi Assembly (2); 
Playmakers (1. 21; Student Legislature Clerk (31; Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 
3), Secretary (3), House President (31; 24 Below Club (3). 



THOMAS REESE BETHUNE. JR 
Lexington 



ANNA TAYLOR BLACK 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Pi Beta Phi. 

MARCIA BETH BLACK 
Thomasville 

Alpha Gamma Delia ; Unii 



B.S. in Accounting 
B. A. in History 

B.S. in Commerce 



Club (41 ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



CHARLES ALLEN BLACKBURN. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN BLADES 
New Bern B.A 

Delia Kappa Epsilan; Interfraternity Council (4). 



RAYMOND EDWIN BLAIR 

Winston-Salem 

Monogram Club (3, 4): Baseball (3. 4). 

JULIAN HARWARD BLALOCK 



R.S. in Co 



Hampton. Virginia 

Chi Psi. 

KENNETH R. BLAND 

Wilmington 

Kappa Alpha. 

SANKEY L. BLANTON 

Wilmington 



SHIRLEY COLKITT BLANTON 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 



LEWIS R. BLOOM 
New York. New York 

BUNA EVANS BLUE 
Carthage 




B.A. in Chem 



B.S. in Commero 



B.A. in Geology 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in Sociology 







Bergman 
Berry, E. 
Berry, L. 
Bethune 

lth, . k. A. 



Black, M. 
Blackburn 

Blades 
Blair 

Blalock 



Bland 

Blanton, S. 

Blanton, S.(Mrs.) 

Bloom 

Blue 



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ARTHUR BLUETHENTHAL 

Wilmington 



Club (2, 3. 41 



B.S. in Commerce 

nois (II ; Wreslling (1. 2. 



EILEEN JOYCE BLUMENTHAL 

Greensboro B.A. in Political Science 

C. I. C. A.; Daily Tar Heel (31; Y. W. C A. (3. 41. 

JOSEPH LEE BLYTHE. JR. 

Charlotte B.A. in Political Science 

Kappa Alpha; Interfraternit' 
Club; University Club (2, « 
Club President. 

WILLIAM BREVARD BLYTHE 
Huntersville 

Beta Theta Pi; Senior Class 



B.A. in Zoology 

Daily Tar Heel (2). 



B.A. in English 




DAVID G. BOAK 

Summit. New Jersey 

Alpha Tau Omega. 

DONALD DUNBAR BOARDMAN 

Augusta. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

LESTER ASHLEY BODDEN. JR. 

Jacksonville. Florida B.A. in Language 

Pi; Tarnation Photo Editor (41 ; Yackety Yack Photo Editor 



PAUL LLOYD BOGER 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Commerce 



WILLIAM CHAFFIN BOONE. JR. 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Siima. 

JOHN VAN VORST BOORAEM 
St. Michaels. Maryland B.S. 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Dialectic Senate (3); Integrate 
Student Legislature (3); Student Partv Vice-Chairn 
(4); Coalition Council Chairman (41. 

JOHN SIDNEY BOOTH 

Durham 

Phi Delta Thela. 

CHARLES MANUEL BORTON 

Richmond. Virginia B.S. 

Pi Lambda Phi; Class Executive Committee (31; luni 
Hillel Cabinet (2. 3. 4) ; Philanthropic Assembly (: 
121. Vice-President 131: Plavmakers (2); Studen 
Y. M. C. A. (2, 3. 4) ; State Student Legislature (2 
Committee (4). 

GEORGE THOMAS BOURGUIN 
Savannah. Georgia B.S. 

litv Council (3) ; University Club 
dent (. ' 

ADVILLE BARNES BOYLE. JR. 
Sumter. South Carolina B.A. 



in Commerce 

mity Council (4); 
an (31. Chairman 



B.S. in Chemistr\ 



in Commerce 

or Class Secretary: 
:. 3. 41. Sei retai 

I Legislature (31: 
I ; Student V inam i 



in Commerce 

(21 ; Chi Psi Vice 



in Economic;- 

31 ; Sheiks (3. 41 



DALLAS DEVON BRANCH 

Durham B.A. in Economics 

Alpha Tau Omega; Dance Committee (1. 2). Chairman (II: Inter- 



3. 41 : 



lory Co 



Hi 



ass 



Bluethenthal 

Blumenthal 

Blythe, J. 

Blythe, W. 

Boak 



Boardman 

Bodden 

Boger 

Boone 

Booraem 



Booth 
Borton 
Bourquin 
Boyle 
Branch 




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WAYNE ROBERTA BRANDON 

Greenville. Texas B.A. in History 

Glee Club d). 



JOHN WORRALL BRISTOW 
Hillburn. New York 

Glee Club II. 2. 3, II: International Relations Club ^ 2, 
Secretary (2), Vice-President (31. President HI; C 
II : Track (1. 3. U. 



DAVID F. BRANDT 

Spencer 

H. EUGENE BRASWELL 
McFarlan 



B.A. in Music 



B.A. in Chemistry 



THOMAS JOHNSON BRAWLEY. JR. 



Gastonia 

JOHN DAVID BREADY 

Arlington. Virginia 

Kappa Alpha 

GEORGE BRESLOW 
Toms River. New Jersey 

T,iu Eptdnn Phi; Band I2J. 

JOHN HENRY BRINEGAR 

Thomasville 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Mush 



LOWELL ELLIS BRITTAIN 
Statesville 

WILLIAM RAY BRITTAIN 

Chapel Hill 

ROBERT THAYER BROILI 

Ashland. Oregon 

MERRILY BROOKS 
Franklin 



ELMER COLLINS BROWN 
Roanoke. Virginia 



B.A 



B.S. in C 



B.S. in Commer 



CLYDE SAMUEL BRINKLEY 

Valdese B.S. in Commerce 



HERMAN CUBBAGE BROWN 

Harrington. Delaware B.A. in Economics 





.S. in Commerce 

121 : Gorgon's 



Brawler 
Breadv 



Breslow 
Brinegar 
Brinklev 
Bristow 
Brittain. I.. 



Brittain. W. 

Broili 

Brooks 

Brown, E. 

Brown, H. 



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JEAN DAVIS BROWN 
Durham 


B.A. in English 


r 


JOE EXIM BROWN 
Snow Hill 


B.A. in Journalism 


L 


JOHN KENNETH BROWN 
Swan Quarter 


B.S. in Commerce 




Delia Sigma Pi: Basketball (11; Football 


in. 




LATTIE HAMER BROWN 
Norfolk. Virginia 


B.S. in Commerce 




Sigma Nu; Sophomore Executive Committi 


e: Yackely lack (2). 




VIRGINIA ANNE BROWN 
Raleigh 


B.A. in Music 


rs\ \\ 


\ Sigma Alpha lota; Glee Club (3, I.I. 






0^ WILBl R H. Brown 
1^T\ Pittsboro 


B.S. in Commerce 


*1 >^ 


^-■rj WILLIAM CLAY BROWN 
/PjiS) Stocksville 


B.A. in Chemistry 




AMOS JESSE BROWNING 
Raleigh 


B.S. in Commerce 



PALL HI NT BROYHILL 

Lenoir B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delia Thela; PH Bel,! Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma. 

WILLIAM OSCAR BRYANT. JR. 

Wilmington B.A. in Mathematics 

U DREY MLRIEL BRYSON 

Biltmore B.A. in Journalism 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Y. W. C A. 1 3. 4). Cabinet (li: Western N..nh 
Carolina Club (3, 4): Graham Memorial Board oi Direelors (4); Coed 
>--t:,ii. : Orientation Committee. 

SARAH BELLE BUCHANAN 

Henclersonville B.A. in English 



RICHARD LARKIN BLLLARD. JR. 

Spindale B.S. in Commerce 

RAYMOND POWELL BULLOCK 

Brooklyn. New York B.S. in Commerce 

DEUWARD GEORGE FREDERICK BULTMAN 
Sumter. South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

/,,„ P«; Interdormitor) (..unci (3); Moo,.-, am Club 13. II; Swimming' 
(31. 



J 



ass 



Brown. J. D. 
Brown. J. E. 
Brown. J. K. 

Brown, L. 

Brown, V. 



Brown. W. H. 

Brown. W. C. 

Browning 

Brovhill 

Brvant 



Bryson 
Buchanan 
Bullard 
Bullock 
Bultman 




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JOHN C. BUNCH 
Asheville 

JOHN KERR BURKE 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



MARK Bl'RNHAM 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 

Monogram Club; Cross Country (2. 3); Track (2, 3). 

CLARK C. BURRITT. JR. 

Guilford College B.S. in Commerce 

Beta Theta Pi; Monogram Club (II; Cross Country (1, 2. 31: Track 
II. 21. 

MARY ELIZABETH BURRUS 

New Bern B.A. in Music-Historj 



JAMES HORACE BURWELL 

Rutherfordton B.A. in Economics 



RUFUS ERNEST BLTNER. JR. 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

Lambda Chi ilpha. 



WESLEY GRIMES BYERLY. JR. 
Lenoir B.A 

Sigma Chi; Interfraternitv Council (2): 13 Club (4) 
Carolina Club (3, 4). 

JOHN WELBORN BYERS. JR. 

Shelby B.S. in Co^ivii 

Phi 

Yacl 
111. 

RUTH F. BYRUM 

Edenton B.S. in Physical Ed 

Pi Beta Phi; W. A. A. Council (3, 4). 

THOMAS CAMPBELL BYRUM, JR. 

Edenton B.S. in Commerc 

Sigma Vb; Han., mittce HI: Monogram Club (2, 3): Footbal 



JOHN PHILIP CALL 
Altadena. California 

s, f m„ \u: Dail) Tar He,-I U.I. 

ROBERT JAMES CALL 

Ann Arbor. Michigan 



WALTER WILLIAM CALL 
North Wilkesboro 

GLOVER LEIGH CAMPBELL 
Chapel Hill 

Chi Psi. 




B.A. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



3.S. in Co 



B.S. in Chemistry 




Bunch 

Burke 

Burnham 

Kurt-ill 
Burrus 



Burwell 
Butner 
Byerly 
Bvers 



Byrum. T. 

Call, J. 

Call, R. 

Call, W. 

Campbell, G. 



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STUART CALDWELL CAMPBELL. JR. 
Louisville. Kentucky B.S. in Commerce 



CLAY ENGLISH CASEY 

Mount Olive 



B.A. in Journalis 




ANTHONY A. CAPEHART. JR. 

Washington 

Pi Kappa Alpha; German Club EiCCUlii 

ROBERT JOHN CARLSON 
Superior. Wisconsin 

Phi Delta Thela. 

THAD W. CARMICHAEL 
Rowland 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILBUR LLOYD CARR 

Jefferson City. Tenn. B.A. in Physical Education 

HARRY DOMONIC CARRUBBA 

Ansonia. Connecticut B.A. in Political Science 

Dormitory Advisor (41. 

LEONARD CARLYSLE CARTER 

Lakeland. Florida B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma. 

NANCY CHRISTINE CARTER 

Greensboro B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A. 1.3. I.I. 



JAMES HADLEY CASH 

Winston-Salem 

Rrla Theta Pi. 



5.S. in C 



onimerce 



MILTON BLAIR CASH. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Chemistn 



JAMES LYNN CASTLEBERRY 

Goldsboro B.S. in Commerce 



WALLACE WHITE CHAPPELL 

Elizabeth Citv B.S. in Commerce 



HAROLD RICH CHEEK 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Spanish 



GRAN P. CHILDRESS 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Political Science 



Campbell, S. 

Capehart 

Carlson 

Carmichael 

Carr 



Carrubba 
Carter, L. 
Carter, N. 
Casey 
Cash, J. 



Cash, M. 

Castleberry 

Chappell 

Cheek 
Childress 




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JOHN MORRISON CLAMPITT 

St. Petersburg. Florida B.A. in Journalism 

Alpha Tau Omega; Dailv Tar Heel (3); Grail ; Student Legislature (3); 
C. C. U. N.; Chairman Freshman Orientation; Elections Committee 
Chairman: Ring Committee Chairman: University V 
President and Treasurer: Alpha Tau Omega Exehecquer; Coalit 
Council; N. S. A. Delegate; Florida Club. 



WALTER CALVIN CLARK 

Canton B.S. in Commerce 



FAYE CLEMENTS CLAY 
Chapel Hill 



ELIZABETH ANN CLINARD 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Cluh (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Coed Senate (3, I). 

MARSHALL EUGENE CLINE. JR. 

Newton B.A. in Economics 

Chi Psi; Naval R. O. 1. C. Companj Commander in. 




Cole, C. P. 
Cole, C. B. 
Cole, M. J. 
Cole. M. W. 
Cole. T. 



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B.A. in Journalism 



ALBERT COLEMAN 
Laurens. South Carolina 

Chi Phi. 

JOHN COLLETT 

Morganton B.A. in Comparative Literature 




B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 

nt Legislature (3, 4). 



CLYDE J. COLLINS 
Asheville 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

ROBERT RIVES COLLINS 
Asheville 

Grail (3. 4); [ntcrdormitory Council (2); 

HELEN TREXLER COMPTON 

Salisbury B.A. in Sociology 



MARY ELIZABETH COOK 

Dalton. Georgia B.S. in Chemistry 

flteta Psi Epsilon; The!,, Pit Epsilon President (41. 

MAX HARTSZLL COOKE 

Kannapolis B.S. in Physical Education 

Mur.ograin Club; Football (1, 2, 3). 

NORMAN AURELIAN COOLEDGE 

Atlanta. Georgia B.A. in Economics 

I In Phi. 



FRANK BENTON COOPER 

Statesville B.A. in Chemistry 

Kappa Sigma; German Club Executive 131; Sheiks (3, 4) 

LEE BIGGERSTAFF COPPLE 

Albemarle B.A. in Psychology 

Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa. 



D. JOYCE CORBETT 
Greenville 



B.A. in Radio 



ROBERT MADISON CORNICK. JR. 

Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha rati Umegu; 13 Club (4J . 

JOSEPH DURHAM CORPENING 

Granite Falls B.A. in Zoolog) 

Monogram Club; Track II. 3, II. 



JOHN PHILIP COUCH 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in French 



HARRY DUARD COULTER 

Newton B.S. in Commerce 



Coleman 

Collelt 

Collins, C. 

Collins, R. 

Compton 



Cook 

Cooke 

Cooledge 

Cooper 

Copple 



Corbett 
Cornick 

Corpening 
Couch 

Coulter, D. 




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B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 



WILLIAM H. COULTER 
Greensboro 

WILLIAM ROBERT COULTER 
Washington. D. C. 

Phi Seta Kappa; Freshman Cla.s Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa Vice- 
President (41: Interdormitory Council II. 2); Philanthropic Issemblj 
III: Playraakers (3, 11: Student Legislature III: V. M. C. A. (1, 2, 

31. Treasurer I -' I : Uormitor) Manager I-'. ! I ; (.raliain Memorial Dark- 
room Manager I (> - 

RICHARD J. COUNCILL 

Salisbury B.S. in Geology 

Sigma Chi; Elisa Mitchell S i> 1 3, li: Carolina Geologic Society 



ELIZABETH T. COX 
Columbia, South Carolina 



MARY LOCKE CRAIG 
Asheville 



B.A. in Radio 

lis en : V. \V. C. A. (3. 4) : 



B.A. in Spanish 

ill: ( I Senate i 1 1 : i \\ 



THOMAS BRIGHT CRANFORD 
Durham 



B.S. in Commerce 

terdormitorj Council (31; 



CHARLES HUGH CRAVEN. JR. 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Journalism 



EUGENE BENSON CRAWFORD. JR. 
Chapel Hill B.S. 

SPENCER CRAWFORD 

Rutherfordton 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (3, i) . 



CHARLES GORDON CRAWLEY 

Statesville B.A. in Jourr 

Phi Delta Thfla; Carolina Magazine 111 : Qoiij Tar Heel (1, 3 



B.A. in English 



ROBERT PICKNEY CRAWLEY 
Statesville 



WILLIAM AYDEN CREECH 

Smithfield B.A. in Political Science \ 

Phi Gamma Delta. 



ADAM S. CRETINI 
Lake Charles. Louisiana 



JAMES WASHINGTON CREWS, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 



JANET STEWART CRINKLEY 

Warrenton B.A. in Physical Education 

Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. \ (3): W. \. \. Treasurer. 




B.A. in Mathematics 



Senior 




Coulter, W. H. 

Coulter, W. R. 

Council] 

Cox 
Craig 



Cranford 

Craven 

Crawford, E. 

Crawford, S. 

Crawley, C. 



Crawlev, R. 



\ 



Crews 



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HELEN AMANDA CROCKFORD 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Mathematics 

Y. W. C. A. (3); W. A. A. (41; Town Girls Association (1, 2, 3. 4). 

KENNETH BOLAND CRUSE 

Concord B.A. in Political Science 

Carolina P cal Union (3. 4); International Relations Club (2. 31. 

RICHARD HENRY CULBERSON 

Valdese B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi; Western North Carolina Club; Student Audit Board (4). 

JAMES C. CULLUM 

Columbia. South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

DONALD A. CURRIE 

Pinehurst B.S. in Commerce 

Basketball (1); Young Democrats Club (ll: Y. M. C A. (1). 

LEONORA CURRIE 

Raeford 



B.A. in English 

Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (41; Student Advisor (4); University Club 

JAMES JOSEPH CURRY. JR. 
•• Alamance B.S. in Geology 

Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. U, 2. 3. 4.1. 



THOMAS L. CRITTENDEN 

Southbury. Connecticut 



B.S. in Commerce 



WALTER FREEMAN DANIEL 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

CARROLL SAMUEL DANIELS 

Coral Gables, Florida B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Chi; Pre.,,] nt „f Sophomore Class: Daily far 
II., I (2); Monogram Club (2. 3, II; Tennis«(2l: Student Body Secretary. 
surer (3). 



JACK A. DANIELS 
Wilmington 

Carolina Magazine (4 1 
ciation If. n ; Wilmii 

ELBERT ALLEN DARDEN 
Greenville 

Philanthropic Assembh I J I . 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



JEROME KIRBY DARDEN. JR. 

Port Arthur, Texas B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delia Thtta. 



JEAN SHERROD DARROW 
Tarboro 

Alpha Gamma Delia: Y. W. C. A. (41. 



B.A. in English 



DOROTHY ANN DASHIELL 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 

Alpha Delia Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Sound and Furv (2): Student Legisla- 
ture (2. 3); Y. W. C A. (31; Women's Honor Council Secretary (4). 



Crockford 

Cruse 
Culberson 

Cullum 
Currie, D. 



Currie, L. 

Curry 
Crittenden 

Daniel 
Daniels, C. 



Daniels, J. 

Darden, E. 

Darden, J. 
Darrow 
Dashiell 




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JOHN EDWIN DAVENPORT 

Washington B.A. in Political Science 



LILLIAN RITCH DeARMON 
Charlotte B.A. ii 



agy 



rnterdorm S Council III: International Relations Club (1, 2, 3, 4), 

Treasurer 12. .11: Young Democrats Club (3, II; Y. M. C. A. (3, II i 


Chi Omega; Cbarlolte Club. flfc \ >0 


President Lewis Dorm. 


NINA MAE DEBERRY 


GEORGE WASHINGTON DAVIS 


Halifax B.A. inVEngli^h 


Danville. Virginia l B.A. in Economics 

Beta 77; la Pi. 


ANNE SCOTT DELLINGER 

Ivanhoe B.A. in S\gU&6f$\ 


JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS, JR. 

Fortress Monroe. Virginia B.A. in Art 

Carolii ., Magazine 12. 3, 1). 


C. 1. C. A. (3, H. Social Chai n ill: Y. W. C. A. (3, 4l:^»ident 

Part; : Worn, n's Vthletii Us ttio:: III. 

\ 

MICHAEL ANGELO DeMAlO 


KATHARINE DOWDLE DAVIS 

Little Rock. Arkansas B.A. in English 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Treasurer Pi Beta Phi. 


Torrington, Connecticut B.S. in Commerce 

Karul 12. 4): Aquinas Club III: vVesle) Foundati I, 2, 3, 41. 

MALCOLM DEMURJIAN 

New York, New York B.A. in Mathematics 


THOMAS HILL DAVIS 


Glee Club (31: Physics Club III: Universit) Orchestra (31. 


Rocky Mount B.S. in Commerce 

ilpha Tau Dm ; 


LEONARD CONSTANT DeNOOYER 

Garfield. New Jersey B.S. in Commerce 


JAMES ALFERI) DEAN 

Oxford B.S. in Commerce 

University Veterans Association President III: Student Govemmenl 
Budget Committee. 


EUGENE SURRY DesPORTES 

Richmond, Virginia B.A. in Economics 

Kappa Sigma. 


FRIEDA ELIZABETH DEANS 

Wilson B.A. in English 

llpha Delta l'< : Carolina Magazine (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41. 


JOHN GARSON DeVORE 

Arlington, Virginia B.A. in Journalism 

Phi Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3, II: Student Legislature I4|; Cercle 
Kranea.se (3. i) . 



OP 



Chap 



s^ e 







MA.AMdtM 




ii 



Davenport 
Davis, G. 
Davis, J. 
Davis, K. 
Davis, T. 



Dean 

Deans 

DeArmoii 

DeBerrv 

Dellinger 



DeMaio 
Demurjian 
DeNooyer 
Desl'ortes 

DeVore 



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LI THER DEW. JR. 
Red Springs 



B.S. in Commerce 



CLARENCE DI CHIARA 

Newark. New Jersey B.A. in Physical Education 

\l..,.„s!ram Club I l.l. 




J I DSON ROSS DICKS 
Fayetteville 

Choral Clnb I l.l. 

ROBERT L. DICKENS 
Varina 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 



JOHN JOSEPH DILLON 

Savannah. Georgia B.A. in Physical Education 

Sigma Chi; \l gram Club (2. 3, 41: Basketball (41, Ul-Amfrican. 

CAREY WALLACE DOBBS 

Durham B.A. in Mathematics 

I hi Psi. 

RICHARD FREDERICK DONNAN 

Rutherford. New Jersey B.S. in Commerce 

.i Phi Kappa Sigma; Basketball (2). 

& CHARLES SENN DOSTER. JR. 

Birmingham. Alabama B.A. in American History 

Alpha Tttu Omega. 



WEBB El GENE DOUTHIT 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

HILDA CAROLYN DRIVER 

Smithfield B.A. in Physical Education 



PAUL A. DULIN 

Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



HOWARD Y. DUNAWAY, JR. 

Charlotte B.A. in Economics 



SUSAN DUNCAN 
Red Springs 



B.A. in Sociology 



THEODORE ROBERT DUNGEY 

\\ ill -anisvi!!?. New \ ork E \. in F nuhsh 



JOHN WILLIAM DUNHAM 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 

ilpka Tau Omega. 



Dew ^. 
DiChiara 

Dicks 
Dickens 

Dillon 



II. .1,1, - 
Donnan 
Doster 
I). .nihil 
Driver 



Dulin 
Dunaway 
Duncan 
Dungey 
Duiiliaiu 




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B.S. in Commerce 



BRODE THOMAS DUKE. JR. 

Jackson B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tail Omega; Inler.lm mif.rv Council LSI. 

WILLIAM ROBERT DULIN 

Rowland B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi; Student Legislature 121: Wesley Foundation (1, 2. 3. 4). 

HOLLIS EDGAR DUNN 
Mount Holly 

KATHARINE SHIPMAN DURHAM 
Hendersonville B.A. in Physical Education 

Chi Omega; Interdormitnry Council (4); Western North Carolina Club 
in- Co-ed Senati H: S art's Athletic Usociation Council (3. 4). 

DAVID D. DURYEA 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Psi. 

CHARLOTTE ANN DUTROW 

Charles Town. West Virginia B.A. in Economics 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Town Girls' Association (3). 



ROBERT EDWARD DYE 
Charlotte 

ELIZABETH V. EADDY 

Memphis. Tennessee 

Pi Beta Phi. 



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



EMORY L. EADS. JR. 

Houston. Texas 

Beta Gamma Sigma. 

EDWIN SAUNDERS EARLY. JR. 
Portsmouth. Virginia B 

Beta Thela Pi; Junior Class Treasurer. 



B.S. 



i.S. in C 



CHARLES HAYS EARP 
Hickory 

Ph, Delta Them. 

THOMAS F. EAST 
Franklinton 

/; la Thela Pi. 

EDWIN HAROLD EASTER 

Lexington 



KENZIE PARKS EASTER 

Lexington 

Kappa Sigma. 

JOHN DALE EBBS 

Winston-Salem 

Lambda Chi tlpha; Y. M. C. A. I _\ I, II 




B.S. in C 



B.A. in Economi 



B.A. in Radio 

und and 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 







Duke 
Dulin 
Dunn 
Durham 
Durvea 



Dutrow 
Dye 

Eaddy 
Eads 
Earlv 



Earp 

East 
Easter, E. 
Easter, k. 

Ebbs 



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ALBERT WILLIAM EBELEIN 
Lexington B.S. 

Kappa Sigma. 

MELVIN RAY EDWARDS 
Princeton B.S. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 



WILLIAM GERALD EDWARDS 



in Commerce 



in Commerce 



Avden 



B.S. in Commerce 

il (2); Monogram Club (2, 3); 



WILLIAM HENRY EDWARDS 
Nomini Grove. Virginia B.S. 

Phi Delta Thela. 

JOHN MARSDEN EHLE. JR. 

Asheville 

Debate Squad (3, 4): Dialectic Senate 1.1. 41. 

DANIEL ROBERT EICHMANN 

New York, New York 



in Commerce 



B.A. in Radio 



J.S. in C 



ommerce 

CLAYTON WILLARD ELEY. JR. 

Norfolk. Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Phi. 

THOMAS ROBERT ELLER. JR. 

Salisbury B.S. in Commerce 

Carolina Magazine (21: Daih Tar Heel (1, 2); Dialectic Senate (1, 2, 

3}; Golden Fleece (31; Grail (31 j Interdormitorj Council 111: Student 

(2). Chairman. Rules Committee: C. C. U. N. (41; President 



National Stude 



(2); 



ROBERT HOYLE ELLIOTT 

Forest City B.A. in Physical Education 

s (3, II; Swimming (3. 4); Western 



ROBERT W. ELLIOTT 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



THOMAS WILLIAM ELLIOTT. JR. 
Edenton B.S. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



in Commerce 



WILLIAM COBB ELLIOTT 
Rome, Georgia 

Phi Delia Thela. 

ROBERT LOUIS EMANUEL 
Raleigh 

MAE BELLE ENMAN 
Asheville 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in Journalism 

Daily Tar He/! 13. 41: Philanthropic issembl) (41; University Club 
141: Yacketj Yack 111; V. W. C. A. 1.1. 41; Western North Carolina 
Club (.1. 41; C. C. U. N.; Orientation Committee. 



CHESTER OSCAR ENSIGN. JR. 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Wrestling (1). 



EbeIeiir—»_ 

Edwards, M. 

Edwards, W. G. 

Edwards, W. H. 

Ehle 



Eichmaiin 

Eley 

Eller 

Elliott, R. H. 

Elliott, R. W. 



Elliott, T. 

Elliott, W. 

Emanuel 
Enman 
Ensign 




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Barron WL 



"Lapsley". DTH dictator, southern accent with a briar 
pipe. Slow moving, square dealing, but kept tabs on com- 
munists and columnists alike. Put our large 8 column 
Daily with more of everything. Respected and well-liked. 
Authority on Powers" Models. 



3L 



9 



"/' 



Co-ed's delight who found time between MC'ing beauty 
contests and politicking to Chair Legislature Ways and 
Means Committee. Top man on Graham Memorial Board 
of Directors and founder of he-she jokes. We'll remember 
his brogans. 



^Jjoi/llii 



^Donald 



Conscientious Chairman of Womens' Council, champion 
of Co-ed rights, with a dash of N'awlins drawl, and lots 
of pep. Loves those sports. 



/4a CK ~J~i tell 




The versatile one. Jet-powered half-back. Delegata of the 
Grail and big dog in the C. A. A. Smooth, neat dresser 
with Phi Beta to boot! Man behind the man behind the 
politicos. and do we need mention his popularity? 



Jack Fitch 




Doiinie MacDonald 



f\u tn L^uanS 



This year rotated between the "Y" ( 2d door on the right I 
and the crowded "Yack" Office. Sincere, charming, and 
amiable — "everybody likes Ruth . Acknowledged Queen 
of pub row. Valkyrie and Co-ed Senate. "From the Land 
of beautiful horses. "P. J.', and "gold bricks'." 



<ie l/-Jrenciiaen 

"Jack of all trades, with current emphasis on Carolina 
Dance Committee. Has a Hoosier heart buried deep in 
the Hill. Born campaigner. Small guv with a big smile. 
So conscientious. 



/jacli ^rolc 



"Cactus Jack" from Dobson, N. C. Able arbiter of Stu- 
dent Legislature's pitched battles, with a flare for partying 
and terrific jokes. One of the harder working officers — 
and to think he was a dark horse! Might we add his 
charm and sua\ it\ ? 




/ 



Ruth Eve 



Wayne Brenengen 



Jack Folger 




ROBERT HARLAN EPSTEIN 

New York. New York 

/,;:/ Epailon Phi; Playmakers (.1, 2, 3). 

SIDNEY CHARLES EPSTEIN 
Lawrence. New York 

Pi Lambda Phi; Hillel Cabinet (4); Playrm 
Fury (3, 4j . 

HELEN JEAN ERSHLER 
High Point 

Thela Psi Epsilou: Hillel Cabinet (3), Secret. 
C. I. C. A. (3); Student Advisor (41. 

ROBERT LEE ETTENGER. Ill 



B.A. in Radio 



B.A. in Economics 

akers (1, 2); Sound and 



B.S. in Chemistry 

ry; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4)'; 



Washington. D. C. 



B.S. in Commerce 

(3, II: Gorgon's Head: 



LOIS MIRIAM EVANS 

Asheville B.A. in Journalism 

Caroliaa Magazine III: Daih Tar Heel (3, I); Interdormitorv Council 
III: Valkyries III: racket) Yack 141: V. W. C. A. (.1. 4); Western 
North Carolina Club III: C. C. U. N. Steering Committee (41: Graham 
Memorial Board ol Directors 111: Smith Dormitory President 111; W. 
\. \. Council (41. Publicity Chairman: C. 1. C. A. (41; Student 
Advisor (4); Senior Class Steering Committee III. 

LUCY T. EVANS 
Greensboro 

Glee Cl„l, (3, II : Y. M. C. A. 131 : Aqu 



i 11 



C. I. C. A. (3. 4J. 



B.A. in History 

Club (3, 4), Vice-President 



RUTH BANNISTER EVANS 
Fort Knox. Kentucky 



B.A. in English 

Pi Beta Phi; Daih Tar Heel 141; Valkyries III: Yackety Yack (3, 4). 

Managing Editor 13 1. Editor 111: Y. W. C. \. 13. 41. President 111: 

Co-ed Senate it. II: W. \- \. Council Hi: Campus Cabinet 111: 
Editor Woman's Handbook (3). 



WALLACE H. EVANS 
Asheville 

Phi Mu Alpha. 

DALE M. EVARTS 

Meriden. Connecticut B.S. in Coniniero 

Chi Phi; Interfraternitv Council II. II: University Veterans Usociai 

SUE BAKER EVERETTE 

Palmyra 

Pi Beta Phi. 

HOLT APGAR FARLEY. JR. 

Farrwood. New Jersey 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

DAVID KEMBLE FARR 

Charlotte 

Beta Thela Pi. 

JULIAN WALKER FARRAR 

Norlina 

Y. M. C. A. (1. 2); University Veterans 

JOHN EDWARD FAULKNER. JR. 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerc 



JOSEPH EARLE FERGUSON 

Murfreesboro 




Senior 




Epstein. R. 

Epstein, S. 

Ershler 

Etlenger 

Evans, L. M. 



Evans, L. T. 

Evans, R. 

Evans, W. 

Evarts 

Everetle 



Farley 
Farr 

Farrar 
Faulkner 
Ferguson 



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JOSEPH ALFRED FICARRA 
New York. New York 

FOSTER DAVIS FINCH. JR. 

Zebulon 

PAi Delta Theta; I niveishj Club (3). 

WILLIAM MARTIN FINCH. JR. 
Sanford 

Daily Tar Heel (2, II; V. M. C. A. (3, 11. 



BETTY GWYN FINLEY 

North Wilkesboro 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Dramatic Arts 

Delia; Y. W. C. V (3, 41; Recording Secretary Alpha 



JOHN LEWIS FISHEL 
Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Chemistrj 

ily Council 121; Student 



JOSEPHINE NICHOLSON FISHEL 

Vaughan B.A. in Political Science 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Valkyries: Carolina P.ditical Union 131; Clee Club 
13. II. President Glee Club (41; Y. W. C A. 13. 41; Student Legisla- 
ture 141 ; President ol Valkyries (41. 



LENON HERRING FISHER 
"^ Roseboro 



3.S. in C 



.^^^/^IS) WILLIAM EDWARD FITZGERALD 

^/ New Bern B.A. 

.. f^ Phi Ma llpha; Band (1 

'^2T5< (41. 



ommerce 



ass 



Music 

3. II: Glee Club (1. 2. 3. II; Y. M. C. A. 



GLENN ALEXANDER FLINCHl M 

Carthage B.S. in Commerce 

THOMAS L. FOLGER 

Dobson B.A. in Political Science 

Kappa Sigm.i ; (Lis- Executive Committee II. 21; Student Legislature 
(2, I), President (4); Baseball (2 UjiMK.'r i : \ . M. C A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Vice-President Student B..d> III. 

ROY ELTON FOREHAND, JR. 

Edenton B.A. in Economics 



WILLIAM McKENZIE FORRESTER 
Montezuma. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

WILLIS HAPPER FOWLE. Ill 

Wallace B.A. in Chemistry 



JEROME S. FRANKEL 
Charlotte 

Taa Epsilon Phi. 



B.S. in Commerce 



FRANKLIN BETTS FRAZER 

Selma. Alabama B.A. in Political Science 



Ficarra 
Finch, F. 
Finch, W. 

Finley 
Fishel, J. 



Fishel, N. 

Fisher 
Fitzgerald 

t Mm hum 
Folger 



Forehand 
Forrester 

Fowle 
Frankel 
Frazer 




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CYRUS CLIFFORD FRAZIER. JR. 

Greensboro B.A. in Economics 

Beta Theta Pi; Secretary, Freshman Class: German Club Executive (21: 
Cimghoul 13. 41: [nterfraternity Council III: Sheiks (2, 3), Secretary 
ill: Inh-rai. Club; Football (1, 2 1 : T.ark 11. 3); V. M. C. A. (1. 
31 ; Beta Theta Pi President I !>. 



DONALD EDMUND FRENCH 

Washington. D. C. B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Beta Kappa; Bel,, Gamma Stem,,; Bail) Tar Heel (II: Glee Club 

(2, 3. 41. 

MURRAY N. FRIEDLANDER 

Baltimore. Maryland B.A. in Political Science 

ROBERT J. FRIEDLANDER 

Brooklyn. New York B.A. in Economics 

Pi Lambda Plu. 

ROBERT PHILLIP FRIEDMAN 

Memphis. Tennessee B.A. in Journalism 

Zela Beta Tau. 



GARRICK A. FULLERTON 

Kent, Connecticut B.A. in Politic 

Phi Beta Kappa: Vice-chairman, American Veteran 

PAUL LAWRENCE FURGATCH 

New York, New York B.S. in Co 

Hillel Foundation Prcsi,le,:l III. 

ALVAH WALLAND FLYNN. JR. 
Asheville B.S. in Com 

CAROLYN HAYES GAITHER 

Charlotte B.A. in Sociolo 

Chi Omega; racket) rack III: V. W. C. \. (3, li: Student \.l 

in. 

CHARLES KENNEDY WHEELER GAMMAGE 
Atlanta. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 



PANAGIATIS JOHN GAGANIS 



JAMES P. FRINK 
Charlotte 



B.A. in Economics 



BILLINGS SIBLEY FUESS. JR. 

Harhourton. New Jersey B.A. in Journalism 

111 : lie, U In, II, ,1 11. 21 : Board ol I I- i - 



Chi P.i: Car, ,!,,:„ M. 
(41: House Manag, 
(31: Iniversil) Part) Steering Co,, 



Detroit. Michigan 

HARRIS ALLEN GANT 

Roanoke. Virginia 

Alpha Tau Omega; Inlerlr. 

LOIS JEAN GARDNER 

Wilson 



(31. 



131: Fn 



B.S. in Commerce 

Council 13. 41: Yaeket) Yaek (3). 

B.A. in English 

/;,./,., Gamma Delta So, ial 





B.S. in Commerce 



Frazier 

French \ 

Fried lander, M. 
Friedlander. R. 
Friedman 



Frink 

Fuess 

Fullerlon 

Furgatch 

Flvnn 



Gaither 

Gammage 

Gaganis 

Gant 
Gardner 



Page 80 



WILLIAM CRAWFORD GARDNER 

Fayetteville B.S. in Commerce 

Daily Tar Heel (1, 2); Sound and Fury (2); Swimming (1); Y. M. C. 
A. (1, 2); University Veterans' Association (4). 



PETER H. GERNS 

Canton. Ohio 



B.S. in Political Science 




ANNE MARTIN GARRETT 
Danville. Virginia 

DAVID ALLEN GARRISON 

Statesville 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 

JAMES BRUCE GASCOIGNE 
Salisbury 

Kappa Alpha. 

JACK E. GATES 
Roxboro 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WILTON CARLYLE GAY 
Rocky Mount 

JOHN HENRY GAYLE. JR. 

Washington 

MALCOLM GEDDIS 
Port Jervis. New York 

Alpha Psi Delia. 



B.A. in Art 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Psychology 



Carolina Magazine (3); Carolina Political Union 13, 4). Secretary (4); 
Daily Tar Hetl (3, 4): Debate Council (4) j [nterdormitory Council (3. 
41, Vice-President (1); International Relations Club 131: Philanthropic 
Assembly (3. 4), Parliamentarian (3, 4): Student Party Execute, Com- 
mittee (31: Student Legislature (II. Parliamentarian (4); Tarnation (41. 
Business Manager (41: University Club (41; Soccer (3. 4); Yaekely 
Yack (31, Assistant Editor (31: Y. M. C. A. (3. 41: Man S um Dormitory 
President (4), Secretary-Treasurer (3). 

RUTH AVERY GIBSON 

Arlington, Virginia B.A. in Radio 

Playmakers (31 ; Assistant Director of Entertainment, Graham Memorial. 

ROLAND GIDUZ 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 



JOHN LEWIS GIGNILLIAT 

Macon, Georgia B.A. in English 

Phi Bela Kappa: Interdormitory Council 111. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN GILLIAM 

Thomasville B.A. in Chemistry 

GIDEON LAMB GILLIAM 

Franklinton B.S. in Commerce 

Zcla Psi; Dance Committee IH: Gimghoul; Grail Exchequer (4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2. 3), President (31; Basketball Manager (2): 
House Privileges Board (2. 3), Chairman 131. 

LEONARD S. GILLIAM. JR. 

Statesville B.A. in Economics 

Kappa Sigma; Boxing (2); Track (21. 



Dlass 



Gardner 

Garrett 

Garrison 

Gascoigne 

Gates 



Gay 
Gayle 
Geddis 
Gems 
Gibson 



Giduz 
Gignilliat 
Gilliam, C. 
Gilliam, G. 
Gilliam, L. 




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JOHN W. GIRARD 
Pass-a-Grille. Florida 



B.S. in Commerce 



Chi Phi; University Club (3); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Y. M. C. 
A. (1); Yackely Yack (31: Intcrdorraitory Council (4). 



DOUGLAS M. GLASSPOOL 
Rye, New York 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

MEIGS COKER GOLDEN 

Sanford 



B.A. in History 



B.S. in Commerce 

A (3. 4) ; 



IRVING P. GOODWIN 
Lakeland. Florida 

Swimming (1, 2). 



IRVIN HOWARD GORDON 

Bronxville. New York B.A. in Psy< 



PAUL JULES GORDON 
Bronxville. New York 



B.A. in Psych 



JULIUS GOLDSTEIN 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 

Tau Epsilon Phi; Ban, I II. 2); Carolina Magazine (41. 

ROBERT ALBERT GOLDWATER 

White Plains. New York B.A. in Journalism 

Carolina Magazine ( 1) ; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4) : Yackety Yack 
(3, 4). 

MARGARET NOPKINS GOODMAN 

Concord B.A. in French 



MARY EVANS GOODWIN 

Edenton B.A. in Physical Education 

W. A. A. Council (3, 4), Chairman 4; President of Physical Education 
Club (4). 



DAVID ERIC GRAHAM 

Coleridge 

MARGARET ELIZABETH GRAHAM 
Clyde 

HOWARD GRAY 
Winston-Salem 



EDWIN MAX GREGORY 

Angier 

JOHN ERNEST GREGORY 
Hickory 





B.S. in Pre-medica 

IAM 

B.A. in Sociology 

B.S. in Commerce 

Gamma Sigma; Gimghoul; 

B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Physics 



Goodman 
Goodwin. M. 
Goodwin. I. 

Gordon, I. 

Gordon. P. 



Graham, D. 

Graham, M . 

Gray 

Gregory, E. M. 

Gregory. J. E. 



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JOHN TILLERY GREGORY 


EMMA KATIE GUION 


Halifax B.S. in Commerce 


New Bern B.A. in Sociology 


Zela Psi; Ciir.pl 1 (2, 3, 11: Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student 


Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Co-ed Senate. 


Legislature 111: Baseball (1. 2. 3. II. Co-Captain (1. 31: Basketball 




(2, 3). 


MILDRED HARRELL GULLEY 


AUDRIE VIVIEN GREEN 


Edenton B.A. in Sociology 


Augusta. Georgia B.A. in English-Music 


Ilpha Kappa Delta; Baptist Student Union (3. 1.1. 


Alpha Gamma Delia; Sigma Alpha lola: Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Sound and 
Fury (1); Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Clioral Club (4); Sigma Alpha lata 


HARRIET GWENDOLYN GURLEY 


Secretary (4). 


Goldsboro B.A. in English 


DIXIE E. GREENE 


Alpha Gamma Delia. 


Robersonville B.S. in Commerce 


GLORIA DAY GUNN 


Phi Gamma Delia; Glee Club (31 ; Interdormitorv Council (4) ; University 
Club: Whitehead Dormitory President. 


Wellington, Nevada B.A. in Dramatic Art 


9 


Kappa Alpha Theta; Playmakers (3. 11. 


SAM MONROE GREENE. JR. 




Mooresboro B.A. in Music 


ROBERT CLARKE GUTKNECHT 


Glee Club (1. 21; Sound and Fury (21. 


Youngstown. Ohio B.A. in Radio 


MAURICE WILLIAM GRIFFIN 


EDWARD CALL HAAKE 


Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 


Richmond, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 


Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club (2); 13 Club (2. 3, 11. 


Theta Chi. 


JAMES EUGENE GRIMES 


WILLIAM AYERS HACKNEY 


Winston-Salem B.A. in Zoology 


Washington B.A. in Journalism 


Phi Kappa Sigma; Wrestling (1J. 


Phi Gamma Delta. 



BERTRAM HOWARD GROSSMAN 

Rochester. New York B.A. in Chemistry 

ilpha Epsilon Delta; Hillel Cabinet 1 41 . Vice-President (4). 



ANNE CARTER HAGAN 

Danville. Virginia B.S. in Chemistry 

ilpha Gamma Delta; Theta Psi Epsilati ; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). 



^ 



ass 



Gregory, J. T. 

Green 

Greene, D. 

Greene, S. 

Griffin 



Grimes 
Grossman 
Guion 
Gulley 
Gurley 



Gun n 

Gutknecht 

Haake 

Hackney 

Hagan 




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CHARLES EVERETT HAIGLER 

Tampa. Florida B.A. in Economics 



ZESLIE BRYAN HAISLIP 
Oak City 



B.A. in Journalism 



ALDEEN HAMILTON HALL. JR. 



Waynesville 

Phi Delia Thela. 

EDITH GLENN HALL 
Durham 

Y. W. C. A. (3. 41: French Club. 

JIM HALL 

Canton 

JOHN LOCKSLEY HALL 
Roxboro 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in French 



B.S. in C 



in commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



LELA MOORE HALL 

Sylva B.A. in Sociology 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Western North Carolina Club (3, 4). 



JOHN C. HALLIWANGER 

Winston-Salem 

Kappa Alpha. 



B.S. in Physics 



FREDERICK COOPER HAMILTON 
Morehead City B.A. 

JOHN RICHARD HAMMER 

Shrewsbury. New Jersey 

Phi Gamma Delta; Y. M. C. A. (U . 

SHIRLEY GREENE HAMRICK 

Shelby 

Glee Club (3. 4). 

BONNIE WHEELER HANCHETT 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 1 

DEAN MALCOLM HANCHETT 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

WINGATE EDMUND HANNAH 



.S. in C 



B.A. in 



Waynesville 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; We 



North Carolina Club (4 



WILLIAM FRANK HARDAGE 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 




B.A. in History 







Haigler 
Haislip 
Hall, A. 
Hall, E. G. 
Hall, J. 



Hall, J. L. 

Hall. L. 

Halliwanger 

Hamilton 

Hammer 



llamrirk 

Haiichett. B. 

Haiichett, D. 

Hannah 

Hardage 



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PAUL CREELMAN HARMAN 

Cambridge, Massachusetts B.A. in Psychology 

Alpha Psi Delia. 



HELEN MAY HARPER 

Lagrange 

y. w. c. A. (1). 



B.A. in Sociology 




MATT CLEVELAND HARPER, JR. 

Marion. South Carolina B.A. in Chemistry 

Glee Club (4). 

MARCELLA CAROLINE HARRER 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Comparative Literature 

Chi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 



DONALD BRANDON HARRIS 
Monroe 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 

DONALD JOSEPH HARRIS 
Baltimore, Maryland 

RICHARD DEAN HARRIS 
Rockingham 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN HARRIS 

Greenville B.A. in Chemistry 



DONALD BIGGS HARRISON, JR. 

Palmyra B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma; Minataurs. 

RICHARD DAVIS HARTLEY 

High Point B.A. in Physical Education 

Alpha Tau Omega; Class Officer (1, 2). Vice-President (2); Monogram 
Club (3, 4); Sheiks (2); Basketball (2, 31. 



RAYMOND WALLACE HARWELL 
Lincolnton 

JOSEPH N. HATEM 
Roanoke Rapids 

Interdormitory Council (1). 

JUDSON LOUIS HAWK, JR. 

Atlanta. Georgia 



B.S. in Physics 
B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 



ALLISON BURTON HAYES, JR. 

Aurora B.S. in Commerce 

MARY ELIZABETH HAZLETT 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Spanish 

Pi Beta Phi; Student Advisor (4) ; Y. W. C A. (4). Publicity Chairman; 
Town Girls' Association (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3, 4); Canterbury 
Club (3, 4); Co-ed Senate (4). 



ass 



HaTSnan 

Harper, H. 

Harper, M. 

Harrer 

Harris, D. B. 



Harris, D. J. 

Harris, R. 

Harris, W. 

Harrison 

Hartley 



Harwell 
Hatem 
Hawk 
Hayes 

Hazlett 




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THOMAS ALEXANDER HEARN 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

Monogram Club 12. 3, I) j Wres g 11. 2. 3, 4), Co-Captain (4). 



RALPH CARR HEATH 
Kinston 

Sigma Gamma Epsiltm; Elisha Milche 

EDWARD HENRIQUEZ HECHT 

Great Neck, New York 

[nternstional Relations Club (3J. 

ROBERT TILDEN HEDRICK 
High Point 

Phi Gamma Deli,,: 13 Club (2, 3, U 

HUNTER DALTON HEGGIE 

East Flat Rock 

Monogram Club (3, 41; Track (3. 41. 



.S. iii Geology 



5.S. in C 



ommerce 



DOROTHY NELL HENDERSON 
Greenville B.A 

Alpha Delia Pi; President Splash Club (4); Cheer Lead 

MARTIN FICK HENDERSON 
Lumberton B.S. in C 

Kappa Alpha; Interdoimitory Council (3); Y. M. C. A. (2) 

WILLIAM THOMAS HENDERSON. JR. 
Hickory B.S. in Ch 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES SAMUEL HEINMILLER 

Tampa. Florida B.S. in Physics 

Alpha Tau Omega; Band (2, 3); Glee Club 13. II. 

WYAT HELSABECK 
Troy 



B.A. in English Literature 



CRAN OLIVER HENDERSON. JR. 

Augusta. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epnlon ; Football 1. 



NELSON L. HENDRIX 
Winston-Salem 



BETTY A. HENSHAW 
Manteo 

Glee Club (3, 41; V. W. C. A.; Student Adv 

WILLIAM McJO HEPBURN 

University, Alabama 

Sigma Chi; Interfraternity Council (3). 

WILLIAM FRANTZ HERR 
Lancaster. Pennsylvania 



B.S. in Commer 



B.A. in English 





B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

Swimming (1. 2. 3, 4) ; 



HeinmiHer 

Helsabeek 
Henderson, C. 
Henderson, D. 
Henderson, M. 



Henderson, W. T, 

Hendrix 

Henshaw 

Hepburn 

Herr 



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LEONARD GREY HERRING 
Snow Hill 

Chi Pai. 



B.S. in Commerce 




CHARLES HOLMES HERTY. Ill 

Hellertown, Pennsylvania B.S. in Chemistry 

Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma. 

WALTER JACK HESTER 

Raleigh B.A. in Mathematics 

Sigma Chi; Monogram Club (I. 2. 3. 4); Student Legislature (2, 3); 
Cross Country (3); Track (1, 2, 3). Co-Captain (3). 

ERNEST LEE HICKS 

Marietta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi; International Relations Club (3, *). 



LEWIS FLEMING HICKS 
Raleigh 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BLANNIE HIGHT, JR. 

Henderson B.A. in Journalism 

\ Kappa Sigma; Band (1, 21; Class Officer (1), Treasurer; Y. M. C. A. 

II. 21. Vice-President 121: Interdormitorj Council 12. :i, 41; President 

Vance County Club: INC Club (3. 4 j , President 13. 41; Treasurer 
Freshman Friendship Council. 



LESTER NORRIS HILL 
Marshallbere 



B.A. in Art 



JOHN GRADY HINES. JR. 
Greenville, South Carolina 

CLAUDE WILLEY HINTON 

Gatesville 

ROBERT GORDON HIRES 
Malvern. Pennsylvania 

Physics Club 

WILLIAM THOMAS HOBBS 
Chapel Hill 

Delia Kappa Epsiloa. 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Zoology 

B.S. in Physics 



B.S. in Commerce 



THOMAS EDWARD HOCKADAY 



Roanoke Rapids 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. 



in Liommerce 



HOWARD P. HODGES 
Washington. D. C. 

CHARLES B. HODSON 
San Antonio, Texas 

Thtta Kappa Alpa; Carolina Political Union; Debate Squad (4); Di 
Senate (4); Parliamenterian ; Student Legislature (4); Y. M. C A. 
13. II; Carolina Conservative Club (41, Vice-President; Freshman 



B.A. in Political Science 



WILLIAM STEPHANY HOFFMANN 

Statesville B.A. in History 

Carolina Political Union 13): Phi Assembly (1, 2, 3). 



Herring 

Herty 

Hester 

Hicks, E. L. 

Hicks, L. F. 



Hight 
Hill 

I line- 
Hinton 
Hires 



Hobbs 

Hockaday 

Hodges 

Hodson 

Hoffmann 




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THETTIS ELIZABETH HOFFNER 

Greensboro B.A. in Spanish 

Sigma Delia Pi: Glee Club (3, II: Y. W. C. \. 13, 4): C. I. C. A.; 
Student Party; Wesley Foundation ; Choral Club (3). 



JAMES PHILLIP HOGAN 
Burlington 



B. S. in Commerce 



Lambda Chi Alpha: Treasurer Lambda Chi Upha (3, II: Uu 
Club (1. 21: Track Team 111: V M. C. \. 11. 2, 3, II. 



HARRY ARTHUR HONDROS 
Winston-Salem B.A^n 

Delia Sigma Phi: Track (1); Tar V Feathers (2). 

THOMAS MEEHAN HOOD 

Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania B.S. in C^ninierte^ 

Chi Psi; Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Baseball (II; Y. M. C/rATTOK 



B.A. in Philosophy 
B.A. in Journalism 



MARVIN P. HOGAN 
Chapel Hill 

CARL B. HOLBROOK 
Chadbourn 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

CHARLES ALBERT HOLDER 

Atlanta, Georgia B.A. in Economics 

Sigma Alpha Eptiton. 

WILLIAM LAUGHLIN HOLLIDAY 

Siler City B.S. in Commerce 

GEORGE MARTIN HOLLOWAY 
Washington, D. C. B.A 

CATHERINE LEA HOLT 

Burlington 




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LELAND CLIFFORD NORTON 

Wendell B.A. in Chemistry 

Di Senate (1, 2). 



MARVIN VALE HORTON, JR. 

Fannville B.S. in Commerce 



NORMA LUELLE HOTARD 

New Smyrna Beach. Florida B.A. in Journalism 



CARLOTTA MARY HOUCK 

Princeton, New Jersey B.A. in Sociology 



ERNEST JONES HOUSE 
Marion 



B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma Alpha Epulon: Phi Beta Kappa; Interdortnitory Council (1); 
Philanthropic Assembly (41; Student Legislature (2, 3. 4); C. C. U. N. ; 
C. M. Board Directors. 



SAM HUNTER HOWARD 
Greenville. South Carolina 

Kappa Alpha Order; German Club Exei 



B.S. 



in L.ommerce 



ROGER SHEPPARD HOWELL, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia B.A. in Psychology 



JACK THOMPSON HOYLE 
Belwood 

SARA HELEN HOYLE 
Asheville 

Chi Omega. 



B.A. in Zoology 
B.A. in Economics 



SAMUEL GRADY HUBBARD 

Florence, South Carolina B.A. in Economics 

ROBERT WILLIAM HUDGINS 

Norfolk, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

CARL MAXWELL HUFFMAN 

Burlington B.S. in Commerce 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Correspondent Lambda Chi Alpha. 

THOMAS SPURGEON HUGHES 

Elizabeth City B.A. in Chemistry 

Band (1); Daily Tar Heel (3). 

CHARLES BOBO HUGHSTON 

Spartanburg. S. C. B.A. in Political Science 

Glee Club (4); B. S. U. (3, 41. 

JOEL BROADUS HUNEYCUTT 

Albemarle B.A. in Chemistry 



Horton, I .. 

Horton, M. 
Hotard 
Houck 
House 



Howard 
Howell 

Hoyle, J. 
Hoyle, S. 

Hubbard 



Hudgins 
Huffman 

Hughes 
Hughstou 
Huneveutl 




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JAMES NEELY HUNT 
Franklin 



B.A. in Botany 



JAMES BERKLEY INGRAM. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha. 



JACK SOMERS INMAN 
Mount Airy 

B. WADE ISAACS 
Durham 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Economics 

und and Fury 



PHYLLIS JOYCE ISENHOUR 

Charlotte B.A. in Dramatic Art 



GEORGE H. JACKMAN 
Charlotte 

JAMES CHAPMAN JACKSON 
Tryon B.S 

Phi Delia Theta. 

ALFRED MORTON JACOBSON 

Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Com 

Pi Lambda Phi. 

FRED F. A. JACOBSON 

Woodmere, N. Y. B.A. in Comparative Literatu 

Tan. Epsilon Phi; Carolina Magazine; Daily Tar Heel (3); Frat 
Council (3). 

NORMAN HAROLD JACOBSON 
Lenoir 

Alpha Epsilon Pi. 



WILLIAM ARTHUR IVEY 
Rocky Mount 

VIRGIL M. IVIE 
Alto, Georgia 

ARTHUR LEE JACKSON 

Ayden 



B.S. in Commerce 



.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



BEN JAFFA, JR. 
Charlotte 



FLEMING OVERBY JEFFRESS 
Kinston 

Kappa Sigma. 





B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

2. 3. 41 ; Interfraternity 



B.S. in Commerce 




o c p 




Isaacs 
Isenhour 



Ivey 

Ivie 
Jackson, A. 

Jackman 
Jackson. J. 



Jacobson, A. 

Jacobson, F. 

Jacobson, N, 

Jaffa 

Jeffress 



\ 



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MERSEY GLENN JENKINS 




HARVEY WILSON JETTON. Ill 


Aulander B.S. 


in Commerce 


Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 


Glee Club (1). 




Pi Kappa Alpha. 


HUGH WILLIAMS JENKINS 




ROBERT EUGENE JOHNS 


Gastonia B.S. 


in Commerce 


Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 






BERNARD A. JOHNSON 


MORRIS NATHAN JENKINS 




Jacksonville, Florida B.S. in Commerce 


Tampa. Florida B.A. in American History 


Sigma Chi. 


Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 41; Florida Club (41. 




EDGAR WALDO JOHNSON 


SAMUEL GATLIN JENKINS. JR. 




Durham B.A. in Physical Education 


Tarboro B.S. 


in Commerce 




Ze:a Psi; Monogram Club (1, 2, 3); Swimming (1, 2. 


3). 


EDWIN H. JOHNSON 

Naugatuck, Connecticut B.S. in Commerce 


HARLEY YOUNG JENNINGS, JR. 




Chi Phi: Y. M. C. A. (1, 2); University Veterans' Association. 


Schoolfield. Virginia B.S. 


in Chemistry 




Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Interdormitory Co 


uncil (I, 2) ; Y. M. 


FREDERICK WAYNE JOHNSON 


C. A. (1. 2); Wesley Foundation (3, 41. 




Jamestown B.S. in Commerce 


BILL JERNIGAN 




Sigma Chi; Interdormitory Council (1) ; University Club (3): Soccer 
(41 ; Football (1). 


Louisburg B.S. 


in Commerce 




Dail) Tar Heel (21; Interdormitory Council (3); 
(3|; Student Party Executive Committee. 


Student Legislature 


JESSE CLYDE JOHNSON, JR. 

Mayodan B.S. in Commerce 


MARY BRIGHT JERNIGAN 




Sigma Chi. 


Chapel Hill 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Town Girls' Associate 
tary (4) ; Pan. Hellenic Council Treasurer (4) ; Stude 


B.A. in Art 

)H (2, 3. 4), Secre- 
M Advisor (4). 


JESSIE JONES JOHNSON 

Chapel Hill B.A. in English 



Jenkins, II. G. 
Jenkins, MV*tV-. 

Jenkins, M. 

Jenkins, S. 
Jennings 



Jernigan, B. 
Jernigan, M. 

Jetton 

Johns 
Johnson, B. 



Johnson, E. W. 
Johnson, E. H. 

Johnson, F. 
Johnson, J. C. 
Johnson, J. J. 








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MARGUERITE EDGEWORTH JOHNSON 
Charlotte B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delia Pi; YacktV) Yack (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Cheerleader 
(4). 

CHARLOTTE MARGARET JOHNSTON 
Salisbury B.A. in Journalism 

Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); C. I. C. A. (3. 4); Student Advisor (41. 

STACY JOHNSON 

Parkersburg 



B.S. in Commerce 



EUGENE HALL JOHNSTONE 

Haleyville. Alabama B.A. in Political Science 

Kappa Sigma; Daily Tar Heel (3); Philanthropic Assembly (3); Publica- 
tions Union Board President (4); rackety Yack (1, 2, 3, 4), Assistant 
Editor (1), Co-Editor (2); Editor (3), Editor (4): Graham Memorial 
Board of Directors (4) ; Orientation Committee (3) ; Kappa Sigma 
Secretary (3) ; Calapull (2) ; N. R. O. T. C. (1, 2) ; Campus Cabinet (3). 

ARTHUR JONES 
New York, New York 

Daily Tar Heel (1). 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JONES, JR. 

Macon. Georgia B.A. in Physical Education 



?.S. in Commerce 



eball (3, II : Sv.1 



(4) ; Y. M. C. A. 



EULA JOYCE JONES 

Raleigh B.A. in Art 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Carolina Magazine III; Yackely lack Freshman 
Section Editor (41; Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Co-ed Senate Attendance 
Chairman (41; Student Advisor (4); Carr Dormitory Social Chairman (3(. 



JOHN JONES 
Durham 

LOUIS CLINTON JONES. JR. 
Asheville 

Delia Sigma Pi. 

THERON PAUL JONES 

Kinston B.A. in American 

WALTER CLARKE JONES, JR. 

Kinston B.S. in Comm 

Kappa Sigma; Minataurs (2, 3. 4). 

WILLIAM DAVIS JONES. JR. 

Raleigh 

ZEBULON VANCE JONES. JR. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Sigma Nil; Delia Sigma Pi. 

JAMES NORTON JORDAN 

Whiteville 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon Vice-President (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (4); Carol. 
Geological Society (3, 41; Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society (3, 4). 



LEILA JOSEPHS 

Sanford 




B.A. in Chemistry 




\ \ 



Johnson, M. 

Johnston, C. 

Johnson, S. 

Johnstone 

Jones, A. 



Jones. B. 
Jones, E. 
Jones, J. 
Jones, L. 
Jones, T. 



Jones, W. C. 

Jones, W. D. 

Jones, Z. 

Jordan 

Josephs 



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ARNETA BREEDLOVE JOYNER 
Rocky Mount 



B.A. in Arts 



WILLIAM POWELL KEMP. JR. 
Goldsboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



GARFIELD WILLIAM GUYER. JR. 



High Point 

Phi Kappa Sism, 



B.S. in Commerce 



LINCOLN SHIAO HING KAN 

Shanghai. China B.A. in Political Science 




RICHARD PAUL KATZIN 
Winston-Salem 



B.A. 



Radic 



FRED MARTIN KEARNS. JR. 

Asheboro B.S. in Commerce 



ERNEST SYDNEY KEEPING 

Edmonton. Alberta. Canada. B.S. in Math. -Statistics 



ass 



MARY ASHBY KELLAM 
Onley. Virginia 

Theta Pit Epsiloa; Y. W. C. A. (4). 

HOWARD B. KELLER 

Newark. New Jersey 

Hillel Cabinet (1, 4), Treasurer (4) . 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



JACK HALE KESTNER 
Bristol. Tennessee 

ROBIN SMITH KIRBY, JR. 

Charlotte 

Kappa Alpha; Grail (2. 3. II: Intcrfn 
Council (4); University Club (2): Univ, 
I); Kappa Alpha President (4). 

JOHN ALVIN KIRKLAND 

Wilson 

Zeta Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Epsiloa Delia; Freshman Class Vice- 
President; Interfraternitv Council (2, 3): Monogram Club (2. 3); 
University Club (2); University Dance Committtee (31: Head Cheer. 
leader 121; Zeta Psi Corresponding Secretary (3). 



JAMES BOYD KLUTTZ 

Marion 

0,2.7. Tat Heel (2. 3. 4); Plamakers (3. 4). 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in English 



B.S. in Medicine 



MILDRED AUGUSTA KOON 
Asheville 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Chemistry 

W. C A. (41 ; Western 



ARNOLD JACKSON KOONCE 

High Point B.S. 

Kappa ilpha. 



in Coinmcrcc 



Joyner 
Guyer 
Kan 

K.ii/in 
Kearns 



Keeping 
l\ ella in 
Keller 
Kemp 

Kestner 



Kirby 
Kirklaiul 
Kluttz 
Koon 
Koonee 




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(y e 



~Ja (4 tor 



Margaret Jean Taylor and R. Foo Giduz 



Pan-Hell. Politics, appealing Pulchritude — these are Mar- 
garet Jean. "I only want a buddy, not a sweetheart" — 
has both ! Graham Memorial Habitue. 




l\oiand (-/id( 



uz 

"Foo to you" — Peck's bad boy of Publications, yia tiie 
ineyitable "Carolina Carousel". Pet likes — Wine. Women, 
and Chesterfields. 

Ljeorae S^paraer 

Hard-driving center who shared football captaincy with 
friend. Joe Wright. Game contributor to team victories. 
Active in Monogram Club activities. 



Ljene donnstt 



Friendly, subtle. "Yack" backbone for. lo, these many 
years — three times an Editor. Spends hours with the PL 
Board — Graham Memorial Bored ! Genial Gene — party 
boy, and worthy product of the deep South. 



Gene Johnstone 



George Sparger 



/roe 1/1/ riant 

Tarheels* "47 blocking back who have those opposing 
linesmen fits . . . with influence extending beyond the 
stadium through Fraternity life and a brand-new wife. 
Futhermore. he's the "studious type." 



<* 



snail ~~)l 



wears 

Calmness deep in the whirl of Co-ed activities. Mogul of 
the W. A. A.. Valkyrie. Treasurer of everything, and soft- 
spoken owner of that yallow convertible. Authority on 
Argyles. 



M Va 



Tall, blond, and a married man ! Activities list that reads 
like an encyclopedia — ranging from Chairmanship of 
Men's Honor Council to top-spot of the German Club. 
Polished product of the Tennessee Mountains. Bills a 
prominent vote-getter. 



.^Jom Collet 



"Wheel of wheels". Prexy of the Student Bodv. charac- 
terized by a cowlick and confabs on Constitutional Re- 
vision. Grail. Fleece, and "Wither Student Government?" 
— all parts of honest, sincere 'old Tawm'. Next residence 
—Manning Hall. 



Joe Wrighl 




%m4 




Marshall Spears 




Bill Tate 




EDWIN L. KORNEGAY 
Mount Olive 

MAURICE JOHN KOURY 

Burlington 

JOE LAMONT KNOWLES 

Mount Olive 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

CHARLES E. KNOX 
Sandersville 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Chemistry 
B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 



STELLA WHITE LASSITER 
Poetcasi B.A. 

Chi Omega; Yackelj Yack III; V \V. C. V III. 



HILDA FRANCES LAWRENCE 



Asheville 



B.A. in Dramatic A 



Pi H.-1.1 Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Clce Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Playilakers (1, 
-'. :. 1); V. W. I. \. (3, II. Cabinet HI: Phi Beta Kappa Secretary 
III: Graham Memorial Board .if Directors 141: Canterbury Cli 
Choral Club (I, 2, 3, II: Town Girls' Association (1, 2. 3) 



EVAN HARDY (GUS) LACY. JR. 

South Boston. Virginia B.A. in Journalism 

Club: F bail 121 : Track 

CHARLES FRANKLIN LAMBETH 



HERBERT WHITE LEE 
Greenville 

Sigma Nu. 

SARA ELIZA LEE 

Goldsboro 



B.A. in Political Scie 



B.A. in Sociolog 

C. A. (3, 41, Ch. 



Th 



omasville 



B.A. in Economics 

(3. 41 : Monogram Club (3, 4) ; 



B.S. in Commerce 



PATRICIA ANNE LANE 

Burlington B.A. in Sociology 

Delia Delia Delta; Alpha Kappa Delia; Yacket) Yack 13. 1): Y. W. C. 
A. (3. 41: Delta Delta Delta Secretary. Pledge Class President; Orienta- 
tion Chairman 111. 

ROBERT JOSEPH LAHR 

Forty-Fort. Penn. B.A. in Political Science 



JAMES MURNANE LEIGH 
Milford, Connecticut 

Track (2, 3) . 

LAURENCE BRICKENSTEIN LEINBACH 
Winston-Salem B.A. in Chemistry 



MERVYN DAVID LENTZ 
New York. New York 



B.S. 





Commerce 

Club; Sound 



Lambeth 
Lane 
I .;- 1 1 ■- 

Lassiter 
Lawrenee 



Lee, H. 
Lee, S. 
Leigh 



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MELVILLE TYBAR LETAW 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in English 




SEYMOUR MYER LEVIN 

Burlington B.S. in Commerce 

Tan Epsilon Phi; Interfratrrnity Council (3, 4; . 

FRANK LEVY 

New York. New York B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Lambda Phi; Sound and Fury (3); Track (1, 2); Soccer (3. 41. 

COY STEPHEN LEWIS. JR. 

Robbins B.S. in Marketing 

FREDERIC DEWHURST LEWIS 



Winnetka. Illinois 



DAVID WILSON LEWIS 
Winston-Salem 



B.A. in French 



B.S. in Commerce 



OWEN DONALD LEWIS 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Carolina Magazine (3, 41: Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Tarnation (3. 41. 



ROBERT BRUCE LEWIS 

Southern Pines 



B.A. in Journalism 



RODDEY MILLER EICON. JR. 
Spindale 

International Relations Club (3, i) . 



LLOYD STEINMETZ LILES 
Middlesex 

International Relations Club (3. i) . 

JAMES MARSHALL LILLY 
Birmingham. Alabama 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Interfraternity 



DAVID H. LINEBERGER 
Chapel Hill 



B.S. in Commerce 



SARAH DABNEY LITTLE 

Wadesboro B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi; Class Honor Council (3. 4): V. W. C A. (3, 4|. 

JAMES LEAK LITTLE. JR. 

Salisbury B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Tkela. 

ROBERT WILLIAM LITTLE. JR. 

Emporia. Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Vl»; German Club Executiye (41: Student Legislature (3); Foot. 
ball 111 V. M. C. A. 111. 



Letaw 
Levin 
Levy 

Lewis, C. 

Lewis, F. 



Lewis, D. 
Lewis, O. 
Lewis, R. 

Ligon 

Liles 



Lilly 

Lineberger 

Little, S. 

Little. J. 

Little. R. 




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HAROLD WILLIAM LLOYD 

Plainfield. New Jersey 



B.S. in Chemistry 



cil 111: Monogram Club (1. 2. 31; Track (1, 

WILLIAM G. Q. LLOYD 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Physical Education 

r, Beta Phi; Women's Honor Council (3): Glee Club II. 21: Studenl 
Legislature (2) J Pan. Hellenic Council 141: Valkyries (3, II. Treasurer 
(4); Town Girls' Association (1. 2. 3. II: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet II. 2); 
Pi Beta Phi President; Women'* Uhlctii Association Vice-President Mi. 
Secretary (3). 

FORREST LOCKEY. JR. 

Aberdeen B.A. in Political Science 

Alpha Tait Omega. 



RITA LOEB 

Asheville 



B.A. in English 

national Relations Club 



CHARLES GILBERT LOWDERMILK 
Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Glee Club (1); Interiraternity Council (2). 

ALLARD KENNETH LOWENSTEIN 

Scarsdale, New York B.A. in History 

Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 31, Editorial Board (3): Debate Council I -' I : 
Dialectic Senate tl. 2. 3. 41. Vice-President (2), President 131; Glee 
Club 121: Student Council 111: Student Legislature 12. 3 1; State 
Studenl Legislature Chairman (3); Community Club (4); Campus 
Constitution Committee II. 21: Hillel Representative. Council for Religion 
in Life (31: Institute of Human Relations 131: Philanthropic Re. 
organizing Committee (II; Amphoterothon 12 i 



B.S. in Comni' 



JAMES A. LUCAS 
Wilson 

STUART BUTLER LUCAS 
New York. New York 

International Relations Club (1. 2. 3. 41. 

WILLIAM RIPPY LYNCH 
Erwin 

Kappa Sigma. 

GEORGE EDWARD LYNE. JR. 

Greenville. South Carolina 

Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club (3). 

MUIR PASCHALL LYON 

Greensboro 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

CHARLES K. MAC DERMUT. JR 

Leonia. New Jersey B.A. in Journalism 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

DONALD FRANCIS MAC DONALD 

Little Rock. South Carolina B.A. in Journalism 

Daily Tar Heel III. 

DONLEEN CAROL MAC DONALD 



New Orleans. Louisiana 

Pi Beta Phi; Yackety lack (3) ; 



■il Cha 



Pi Be 



W. C. A. 
Council (3) 



LAWRENCE HAMILTON MAC KIRDY 

Weldon B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Beta Kappa; Daih T„, Heel Hi : V M. C. A. (1, 3, 4). 




B.A. in Chemistr 



B.A. in English 

131: W, 



Senibt 









Lloyd, H. 

Lloyd. W. 

Lockey 

Loeb 

Lowdermilk 



Lowenstein 
Lucas, J. 



Lucas, S. 
Lviich 



Lvue 



MacDermut 

MacDonald, D. F. 

MacDonald, D. C. 

MacKirdv 



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> 




Class 



JOSEPHINE BIGLOW MAC MILLAN 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Physical Education 



GEORGE BENJAMIN MC ADEN 

Charlotte B.A. in Journalism 

JOHN LYTLE MC BRIDE. JR. 

Statesville B.S. in Chemistry 

Sound and Fury (1, 2, 3, 4); Fencing (1. 21: Student Entertainment 



i bail 



(4J. 



JOHN LEWIS MC CAIN 
Southern Pines 

Glee Club (3). 



B.A. in Chemistry 



HELEN KATHERINE MC CANN 

Asheville B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3. 41; Western North Carolina Club 
13. 4.1. 

WILLIAM CHARLES MC CLAMMY 

Wilmington B.A. in Sociology 



ROBERT ALEXANDER MC CLARY 

Kannapolis B.S. in Commerce 

:ia« Officers (2), Treasurer; Dance Committee (3); 
I ; Universit; Club (3) : Freshman Friendship 



JAMES L. MC CORMICK 
Sanford 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BENSON MC CUTCHEON. JR. 
Durham B.A. in Chemistry 

Phi Delia Thela; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa: Class Executive 
Committee (31: Class Officer 141. President; Gimghoulj Interfraternity 
Legislature (3, II: Phi Delta Thela President 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Zoology 



Council (3 41 ; Stude 

111; Upka F.ps,lon Delta President ill 

JACK PASCHAL MC DANIEL 

Fayetteville 

Wrestling 12. 3, 4J. 

PEGGY MC DANIEL 

Red Springs 

Glee Club (3.1 : Y. W. C. A. I :. 1 1 . 

CON T. MC DONALD 

Columbus. Georgia 

Phi Delta Thela. 

MATILDA STEINMETZ MC DONALD 

Raleigh B.A. in Psychology 

Si e ma Pi Alpha; Y..W. C. A. (3, 41; House Privileges Board (1). 

JOHN K. BOARDMAN MC DOWELL 

New York, New York B.A. in English 

Carolina Magazine Literary Editor 13. 41. 

CHARLES GAMEWELL MC GIMSEY 

Lenoir B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Thela. 



MacMillan 
McAden 
McBride 
McCain 
MoCann 



McClammy 
McClary 

McCorniick 
MeCutcheoii 
McDaniel. J. 



MoDaniel. P. 

McDonald. C. 

McDonald, M. 
McDowell 
McGimsev 




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GEORGE RANKIN MC KEE, JR. 
Rougemont B.S. 

Delta Sigma Pi; ( hi Psi. 

THOMAS JOHN MC KIM. Ill 
Ahoskie 

Chi Phi. 

DONALD LEE MC KINNEY 

Washington. D. C. 

Sigma \u; Carolina Magazine II. 2. 3, II. 

KATHERINE SUSANNA MC LEAN 



in l.onnnerce 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 

North Carolina Club; Student 



B.A. in Journalism 

1} Yack (3). 

B.S. in Commerce 



Weaverville 

Y. W. C A. (3, II. Cabinet HI : We 

Idvisol III; Bapnist Student Union ( 

GILBERT A. MC LEOD 

Robbins 

Kappa Alpha; Hail* lar Heel (3, 41 

LESLIE MC LEOD. JR. 
Wauchula. Florida 

Sigma Nu: Glee Club (.4.1. 

RANDALL ALEXANDER MC LEOD 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Political Science 

Debate Squad II. -'I; Dialectic Senate (1. 2. 3. 41. Sergeant-at-Arms 

(2), Clerk (2); International Relal - Club 11. -'. '!. II; Young 

Democrats Club 11. _' I ; Y. M. C A. (1. 21; C. C. U. V (3 I); 
Student Party (1. 2. 41; World Federalists (3, li. 

SAMUEL ALEXANDER MC LEOD 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Mathematics 



JOHN MARSHALL MC MURRAN 
Newport News. Virginia B.A. in Dr 

Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4); Sound and Fury (II. 

MARGARET OLIVIA MC NEILL 
Aberdeen B.A. in 



JAMES SMALL MC NIDER 

Hertford B.A. in Political 

Alpha Tau Omega; Philanthropic Assembl] (2. :t. 4); Student Legisl 
(31; University Club (3); Y. M. I- \ (3). 

JOANNE MC NUTT 

Greensboro B.A. in Geography 

Dialectic Senate (3, t) ; Sound and Fury (4) : Y. W. C. A. (4) ; C. I. C A. 

MARGARET MANLY MC WILLIAMS 

Charlotte B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; Interdormitory Council (3. II. President (41; Student 



OLIVER WENDELL MADDREY 

Seaboard 

JOHN RASCOE MANESS 
Greensboro 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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




X 
M Jkim, 





Mckee 

Mrkim 

McKinney 

McLean 
McLeod. G. 



McLeod, L. 
McLeod, R. 
McLeod, S. 
McMurran 
McNeill 



McNider 

McNuU 

McWilliams 

Maddrey 

Man.— 



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STANLEY WALTER MARCZYK 

Nesquehoning. Peiin. B.A. in Physical Education 

Dance Committee (2. 3, 4) : Intertlormitory Council (3) ; Monogram Club: 
Sound and Fury (31; University Dance Committee (2, 3, II; Football 
(1. 2, 3J. 



MARGARET MC RAE MARLEY 
Cary 



B.A. in Art 




ARNOLD STANLEY MARKS 

Greensboro B.A. in Chemistry 

Zeta Beta Tan; Interfraternity Council 111. 



ALBERT R. MARKS, JR. 
Baltimore. Maryland 

Tan Epsilon Phi. 



J.S. in C 



ommeree 



JERRY M. MARSH, JR. 

Augusta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha; Inrerfralernity Council (3, II; House Privileges Board (4). 

SARA SAVAGE MARSH 

Onley. Virginia B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

RICHARD H. MARSHTON 

Charlotte B.S. in Pre-Medicine 

ERNEST JUNE MARTIN, JR. 

Mount Olive B.S. in Commerce 



FRED SEASEL MARTIN 

Greenwood, South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma. 

MARGARET NEWMAN MARTIN 

Roanoke Rapids B.A. in Psychology 

llpha Delta Pi; Hand (3. 4), Majorette; Glee Club (3); Student Legisla- 
ture (3); Alpha Delta P, President in. 

WILLIAM ROY ALL MARTIN, JR. 

Cary B.A. in Chemistry 

Phi Gamma Delia. 

OSCAR MC DOWELL MARVIN. JR. 
Winston-Salem B.A. in Chemistry 

Sigma Nu; International Relations Club 111; Monogram Club (1. 2. 3, 
li: Wrestling Manager (1. 3): Y. M. C A. II. 2. 3, II: Sigma Vu 
I'reasurer (4j. 

CHARLES ELBERT MASSEY 

Dover. Delaware B.A. in Political Science 

Kappa llpha; 13 Club. 



MIRIAM MASSEY 
Milledgeville. Georgia 



JOHN M. MAY 

Long Branch. New Jersev 

/'. Kappa Alpha. 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 



~Marca?yk 

Marley 

Marks, A. S. 

Marks, A. R. 

Marsh, J. 



Marsh, S. 

Marshton 
Martin, E. 
Martin, F. 
Martin, M. 



Martin, W. 

Marvin 

Massey, C. 

Massey, M. 

May 





JiM^M^M 



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THOMAS MURRAY MAYFIELD, JR. 

Greenville. South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha. 



OVEIDA ELLIS MAYO 
Henderson 



B.A. in Chemistry 



Alpha Gamma Delta; Thela Psi Epsilon; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Alpha 
Gamma Delia Chaplain; Theta f>i Epsiton Secretary. 



WILLIAM PATRICK MAYO 

Washington 

Phi Gamma Delia. 

JANE PAGE MEARS 
Asheville 



CYRIL LONG MEBANE 

Newton 

Alpha Tau Omega. 

HENRY CHARLES MENZIES 



Hickory 



B.S. in Medicine 



B.A. in Journalism 

rn North Carolina Club (3) ; 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



HENRY HARDINGE MENZIES 

Winston-Salem B.A. in English 

Carolina Magazine Literar) Stan ill; Dail) far Heel (1) ; Yackely 
).„!. Sophomore Editor (3); Y. M. C A. Council II). 



LELIA ALBERTA MERCER 
Wilson 

Delia Delia Delia; Dailj Tar Heel (1); Y. ^ 

CARY L. MEREDITH 
Annapolis. Maryland 

Sigma Chi. 

FRANK MERIWETHER 
Chapel Hill 

EDWARD HOWARD MERRY 

Augusta. Georgia 

Delia Kappa Epsilon ; Class Executive Comn 
II. -•>. Managing Editor (1); Philanthropic Ai 
Board (2). 

DON EUGENE METCALF 
Rutherfordton 

GERALD MEYER 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon ; Elisha Mitchell Scien 



B.A. in Mathe! 

C. A. (2) 



B.S. 



B.A 



B.A. in Eng 

ttee (1) ; Daily Tar 
etnt.ly (1, 2) ; Public 



CLARENCE ARTHUR MIDDLETON, JR. 

The Plains, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 



DAVID EARL MILES, JR. 
Durham 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club (lj . 



B.S. 




B.A. in Economics 



B.S. in Geology 

;ific Society. 



in Commerce 




Mayfield 

Mayo, O. 

Mayo. W. 

Mears 

Mebane 



Menzies, H. C. 

Menzies. H. H. 

Mercer 

Meredith 

Meriwether 



Merry 
Metcalf 
Meyer 

Mi, I. Mi I. mi 
Miles 



Cage J 02 



ass 



ANN MARIE MILLER 
Charlotte 

Glee Club I I, I i . 



B.A. in Journalism 




DANIEL BYRD MILLER. JR. 

Greenville. South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma Alpha Ep.tilun ; Y. M. C. A. (3, 4) ; Un 
ciation (3, 4). 



itv \. 



KITTY ALICE MILLER 

Lincolnton B.A. in Sociology 

Delta Delta Delta; Yacket, Yack ,3. 4,: Y. M. C. A. (3. 4); Alpha 
Knppa Delta. 

MILTON ROSCOE MILLER 

Richmond. Virginia 

Phi Delta Theta ; Sheiks 13. Ii. Sei rel 



B.S. in Commerce 

surer; Y. M. C A. (1, 2). 



BRANSON WILLIAM MILLS, JR. 

Baxley, Georgia B.S. in Chemistry 

Chi P>i; Alpha Chi Sigma. 

LAPSLEY BARRON MILLS. JR. 

Laurinburg R \. j n Journalism 

Alpha Tau Omega; Da:h Tar Heel II. 2. 3. 41. Managing Editor (3| 
- Editor (4); Interfraternity Council (2). 



JOHN LANTY MIMNAl GH 

Columbia. South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



BRICE MILTON MINNIX, JR. 

Pleasantville. New Jersey B.A. in Radio 

I, 4)i Playmakers ,1. 2. 3, 4); Sound and Fury 

RONALD EARL MINTZ 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Political Science 

Lambda Chi Alpha: Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Student Legislature 
LSI: Hub; Democrats Club (3.1; Lambda Chi Alpha President (31 
Secretary I I j . 

LEON CHARLES MITCHELL 

Palmyra. New Jersey B.A. in Physical Education 

D.,ih Tar Heel (3); Baseball 111; Basketball II.' 21: Football (2). 

ROBERT S. MITCHELL 
Richmond Hill. New York 

GLENN D. MOAK 

Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Chemistry 

Philanthropic Assembly (2); 



JAMES ROBERT MOCK 
Atlanta. Georgia 

Alpha Tau Omega; Interdormitor) C.._ 

131: Intramural -.ul.,11 .,,,.1 Football All-Star (3) 

CARROLL ODELL MONEY 



B.S. in Commerce 

il (3) ; Young Democrats Club 



Mount Airy 

GEORGE E. N. MONTAGUE 
Winston-Salem 

Sigma Alpha Epulon ; Danee Committee (4); Gorgon's Head (3 4) ■ 
Interfraterniu Council (2, ») ; Swimming 111. 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 



— - — MfflervA. 
MUler. D. 
Miller, K. 
Miller, M. 
Mills, B. 



Mills. L. 
Mimiiaugh 

Miimix 

Mintz 

Mitchell, L. 



Mitchell. R. 

Moak 

Mock 

Money 

Montague, G. 




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PAUL NISSEN MONTAGUE. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 


PAUL SIDNEY MOOR Hk \l> 
Little Rock, Arkansas 


B.A/L Zo^gy 


Delta Kappa Epstton; German Club Executive (2); Student Legislature 
12, 31: Yaekety lack 12): Graharu Memorial Board of Directors Chair- 
man (3. 1); May Frolics (31: Minataurs (3. 4) . 

SARAH CHARLOTTE MONTAGUE 

Goldsboro B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Swimming (4); Alpha Delta Pi Rush Captain 111: 
Goldsboro Carolina Club Secretary-Treasurer (3). 


MELVIN HURLEY MOORING 
Rocky Mount 

Sigma \u. 

GLENN C. MOOSE 
Troutmans 


B.S. in CornmeVces 
B.S. in ComHbrce 


DONALD LEON MOORE 

Reidsville B.A. in Journalism 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Dath Tai Heel 111: Football (1. 21: Y. M. C. A. 
(1, 2, 3. i). 


FRANCES M. MORGAN 
Winter Haven. Florida 

Theta Psi Epsilon. 


B.S. in Chemistry 


HENRY DYER MOORE. Ill 

West Chester. Penn. B.A. in French 

Chi Phi; Tau Psi Omega; Dialectic Senate (21; International Relations 
Club (1, 2, 31; Sound and Fnr> 11. 2 1. 


JAMES LAUDER MORGAN 
Laurinburg 

Kappa Sigma. 


B.S. in Commerce 


JOHN TAYLOR MOORE 

Lenoir B.S. in Commerce 


JOSEPH A. MORGAN. JR. 

Asheville 


B.S. in Commerce 


Kappa Alpha. 


International Relations Club; Western North 


Carolina Club. 


MARY CORBETT MOORE 

Lumberton B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi. 


REITZEL NOAH MORGAN 
High Point 


B.S. in Commerce 


RUTH MOORE 

Lumberton B.A. in Sociology 


ALBERT RICHARD MORRIS 

Gastonia 


B.S. in Commerce 


Alpha Delia Pi. 


Kappa Sigma. 





Chop 



el 



s* e 



<&** 




Montague, P. 
Montague, S. 

Moore, D. 

Moore, H. 

Moore, J. 



Moore, M. 
Moore, R. 
Moorhead 
Mooring 
Moose 



Morgan, F. 
Morgan, J. L. 
Morgan, J. A. 

Morgan, R. 

Morris, A. 



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E. RAYMOND MORRIS 
Drexel Hill. Pennsylvania 



B.A. in Economics 

-k, II. .ill ill: Tennis (1, 2. 



GEORGE DALLAS MORRIS. JR. 
Danville. Virginia 



in C 



ommerce 




HAROLD A. MORRIS 
Fayetteville 

Chi Phi; Y. M. C. \. (3, 41 ; Graha: 
Chi Phi Secretary (i) . 

BEVERLY SANDERS MORRISON 

New Bern B.A. in Sociology 

Y. W. C A. (3, 4.1; C. I. C. A. (3). 

JANE B. MORRISON 
Asheville 

Pi Beta Phi; University Club (4). 

SAMUEL HOWARD MORROW 

Wilmington B.A. in Histurx 



B.A. in Economics 

al Board of Directors (3) ; 



B.A. in Journalism 



Phi Delia Theta; 
President (2), Pr, 
President (3) ; S» 



lil (3, 41: Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice- 

in (31: Student Legislature III: Lniversity Club 
ling (1, 2, 3, 41, Co-Captain (3, II. 



RICHARD PHILLIPS MOSES 
Sumter. South Carolina 

RICHARD P. MOTTSMAN 

Hendersonville 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Journalism 

e (II ; Hillel 



MARY LOUISE MOULTON 

New Bern B.A. in Art 

lure (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41, Cabinet (II; 

KURT E. MULLER 

Thornwood, New York B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Monogram Club; Cross Country 141: Track (2, 3, 



WILLIAMS MURCHISON 

Wilmington 



MARY COLVIN MURPHY 
Washington. D. C. 



LOLA LEE MUSTARD 
Bluefield. West Virginia 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Journalism 

13. II : C. I. C. A.; Can 



ISIDORE LOUIS NACHIMOW 

Brooklyn, New York B.A. in Chemistry 

Tan Epsilon Phi. 

MARK SCHLOSS NATHAN 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 




Morrow 
Moses 

Moil-in. in 
Moulton 
Muller 



Murchison 
Murphy 
Mustard 

Nachimow 
Nathan 




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JOHN H. NEAL 
Greensboro 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



B.A. in Journalism 



WILLIAM ALBERT NEAL, JR. 

New Bern B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES LESLIE NELSON 
Greenville 

DONALD H. NELSON 
Brooklyn, New York 



5.A. in Art 



B.S. in Economics 



FRANK W. NELSON 

Walkertown B.A. in Physical Education 

JULIUS SAM NESBIT. JR. 

Mooresville B.A. in Political Science 



HORACE DEWEY NEWSON 

Albuquerque. New Mexico 

GUY LEWIS NICHOLS 

Raleigh 



JOHN DE ZOUCHE NICOLLS 
Norristown, Pennsylvania B.A. in 



RUFUS NELSON NORRIS 

Port Washington, New York B.A. in Musta 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Secretary (2); Playmakers (1. 2, 3. 4); Choral N 
Club (1. 2, 3, 4). 



DORIS LUCILE NEWBURN 
Sarasota. Florida 



B.A. in Music 



DONALD ISAIAH NEWMAN 

Clinton B.A. in Sociology 

Glee Club (3, 41. 



JOHN HENRY NORTHEY. JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES WILLIAM NORTON 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Kappa Epiilon; Band (1); German Club; Monogram Club (3); 
Sheiks; Sound and Fury (II; Student Legislature (2, 3); Boxing (31; 
Football (1); Track (1); Wrestling (2). 



JOSEPH ROBY NORWOOD, JR. 

Salisbury B.A. in Economics 





Neal, J. 

Neal, W. 

Nelson, C. 

Nelson, D. 

Nelson, F. 



Nesbit 
Newburn 
Newman 
Newson 
Nichols 



Nicholls 
Norris 

Northey 
Norton 

Norwood 



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DOROTHY GORDON OAKEY 

Hertford B.A. in English 

ALBERT LEE O'BRIANT 

Raeford B.A. in English 

Glee Club. 

NORMAN DENNIS O'BRIANT 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 

PAUL WILLIAM O'BRIANT. JR. 

Washington. D. C. B.A. in Political Science 

Phi Delia Theta. 

CECIL KEITH ODOM 

Mount Olive B.A. in Political Science 

LEONARD LEE OETTINGER 

Kinston B.A. in Economics 

Kappa Sigma. 

JOSEPHINE CARTER OGLESBY 

Concord B.A. in English 



EDGAR A. ORMAND 
Asheville 



B.S. in Commerce 



GLADYS GERTRUDE OSBORNE 

Hendersonville B.A. in Zoology 

Glee Club (3, 4j . 

STEPHEN MONROE OSBORNE 

Southern Pines B.A. in Chemistry 



EDWARD KELLY O'SHEA, JR. 

New York. New York B.A. in Journalism 

Baseball (l) ; Football (1, 2, 3). 

THOMAS M. D. O'SHEA 

Durham B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

ROBERT SAMUEL OVERMAN 

Elizabeth City B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Alpha Epsilon. 

JOHN ROBERT OWEN 

Mars Hill B.A. in Chemistry 

Chi Phi; Y. M. C. A. (3. 4); Western North Carolina Club (4). 



WILBUR LEE PADGETT 
Rocky Mount 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



B.S. in Commerce 



O'Briant, "TW— 

O'Briant, N. 

O'Briant, P. 

Odoni 



Oettinger 

Oglesby 

Ormand 

Osborne, G. 

Osborne, S. 



O'Shea, E. 

O'Shea, T. 

Overman 

Owen 

Padgett 




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AZOR IRENE PAGE 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Mathematics 



FREDERICK LEON PAGE 
Zebulon 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Theta Tau; Lambda Chi 

DOTSON GEORGE PALMER 

Asheville 

Sigma Chi; Class Officer (2, 4), President (2. 
Council: Interdormitory Council: Student Cou 
University Club: Graham Memorial Board of 
InterScan Colleges and Universities. 

GEORGE STEPHEN PANKEY 
Jacksonville 

Sigma Chi; Philanthropic Assembly (1). 

CLYDE LESLIE PARKER. JR. 

Norfolk. Virginia 

Sigma Vtt. 

JAMES PARROTT PARKER 
LaGrange 

ilpha Tau Omega. 

JANE LEE PARKER 
Raleigh 

Hi Una Phi; rackety Yack (3); Y. W. C. 

DOLAN PARKS 
Lexington 



B.A. in History 

ilpha Vice-President (4). 

B.S. in Commerce 

4) ; Grail; Interlraternity 
ii. il : Student Legislature; 
Directors; Who's Who in 



B.A. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in English 

(3, 4). 

B.S. in Chemistry 



VIVIAN ARCHER PARKS. JR. 
Halifax B.S. 



MARYJ0PARR1SH 
Burnsville 



STEVE EDWARD PARROT 
Kinston 

Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C A. (1. 2, 4J . 

JAMES GREENE PASCHAL 

Winston-Salem 



Kappa Sigma; Student Council (4); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); University ParV 
Steering Committee (.'.. It; Winston. Salem Carolina Club (1, 2, 3, 4V \ 
President (3). 

JOHN WILLARD PATTERSON 

Lyndhurst. New Jersey B.A. in History 



PATRICIA JEAN PATTERSON 
Greensboro 



FLORA ELAINE PATTON 
Jonesboro 




B.A. in English 



Seni 







Page, A. 

Page, F. 

Palmer 

Pankey 

Parker, C. 



Parker, J. P. 
Parker, J. L. 

Parks, D. 

Parks, V. 
Parrish 



Parrot 

Pasehal 

Patterson, J. 

Patterson, P. 

Patton, F. 



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JAMES RICHARD PATTON 

Durham B.A. in English with Honors 

llpha Epsilon Delta; Kappa Sigma; Philanthropic Assembly (3); Y. M. 
i . V (2, 3, I): C. C. U. N. 



HARRY ALLAN PAUL 
Beaufort 



B.S. in Commerce 




PERRELL FRANKLIN PAYNE. JR. 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Philosophy 

JAMES FRANKLIN PEACOCK 



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

B.S. in Commerce 

>»<:*-«» Yack 141: Y. W. C. A. (3, li: C. I. C. A. (3. 4). Secretary 
(3), President (H: Studcnl Advisoi (41: Gastonia Carolina Club (3, 41, 



Benson 

JOHN KENT PEARSON 

Apex 

SARAH BLAIR PEARSON 

Gastonia 



THOMAS ELWOOD PEARSON 
-^Reidsville B.S. in Commerce 

®> DONALD DEE PECK 

Bridgeton. New Jersey B.A. in Economics 

Monogram Club (1, 2. 3. II: Basketball (2); Tennis (1, 2), Co-Captain 



'lass 



HARRY M. PEEK 
Mars Hill 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon . 

JACQUES ALLEN PEEL 
Palatka. Florida 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

MARGARET RAY PEIRCE 

Warsaw 

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

MARY ELIZABETH PELL 
Chapel Hill 

tlpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (1) j Town Girl-' Is: 



B.S. in Geology 

B.S. in Accounting 

B.A. in Art 

B.A. in Journalism 



JAMES M. PENNY 
Raleigh 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILFORD PARKESS PENNY 

Nutley. New Jersey B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 

BENJAMIN PERLMUTTER 

Newark. New Jersey B.A. in Political Science 

Carolina Magazine (1, 2, 3. 41, Business Manager (3, 4); Carolina 
Political I iib.ii (1. -'. I, I) J DaU-j Tar Heel 131; Debale Squad (21; 
Dialectic Senate 11. 2), Sergeant-at-Arms (21; Hillel Cabinet (1, 2. 3, 
II Vice-President 13 1. President III: Student Legislature (1); C. R. I. 
1. u. :;. li. President Ml: Campus War Chest |1 I ; Prague Preparatory 
Commission (3). 



Palton, J. 

Paul 

Payne 

Peacock 

Pearson, J. 



Pearson, S. 
Pearson, T. 

Peck 

Peek 

Peel 



Peirce 

Pell 

Penny, J. 

Penny, W. 

Perlmutter 




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ETHEL YOUNG PERRY 
Zirconia 



B.A. in Recreation 



GALES PICKARD PERRY 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Physical Education 

Basketball (II ; Football (1). 

HOWARD BLUMBERG PERRY 

Charlotte B.A. in Chemistry 



NEIL CLEVELAND PERRY. JR. 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 



JOYCE LEWIS PETERSON 

Brooklyn, New York 



B.A. in English 



Pi Bern Phi; Chi Delta Pin; S I and Fur\ 111; Student Legislature 

III: University Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 11. Cabinet (II: racket) 
Ynck Beauty Queen (31; Pan-Hellenic Council III. 



ALTON MILLER PETTEWAY 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

/),„/, I „, Heel ill: [nterdormitorj Council III: University Club III. 

EVELYN SHORE PETTITT 

Rocky Mount B.A. in French 

: V. W. C. A. 13. II : Pan-Hellenir 



JAMES SOLOMON PHELPS. JR. 
Clemmons B.S. 



JEANE GRAVES PIERCE 

Rocky Mount B.A. in 

Upha Delia Pi; Dailj Tar Heel 131: Alpha Delia Pi Treasu 



EDWARD ASHBY PIPKIN. JR. 

Troy B.S. in Com 



EARL MARCUS PITTMAN. JR. 

Jersey City, New Jersey B.S. in Comnii 

Delia Sigma Pi. 



BERNARD BAILEY PLEMMONS 

Luck B.A. in Political Science 

North 

ADELIA BLANCHE POINDEXTER 
Winston-Salem B.A. in Spanish 

Philanthropic Assembly 13. I): Baptist Student Union. 



EDWIN POLLOCK 
Quantico. Virginia 

J. C. PONDER 
Mars Hill 




B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 




Perry, E. 
Perry, G. 
Perry, H. 
Perry, N. 
Peterson 



Petteway 
Pettitt 
Phelps 
Pierce 
Pipkin 



Pittman 

Plemmons 

Poindexter 

Pollock 

Ponder 



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BARBARA HUNT POOLE 
Carthage 



I!. \. in English 



Alpha Gamma Delia; V. W. C. A. (3. 41; Alpha Gamma Delia President 
(4); Splash Club; Fan-Hellenic Council Secretary-Treasurer (4). 




JAMES RALPH POOLE 
Statesville 

Class Honor Council (3); Basketball (3). 



B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES WILLIAMSON PORTER 

New Orleans. Louisiana B.A. in Political Science 

Phi Delia Theta; Student Legislature (4); University Party Steering 
Committee (41; Junior Class Marshal I'll: Le Cercle Franeais (4). 



EDWARD BARNARD PORTER. JR. 



Thomasville. Georgia 



?.- Y. M. C. \. (2, 3, 41 : 



B.S. in Commerce 

Beta Gamma Sigma Treas- 



OTIS YATES POTEAT 
Spindale 



B.S. in Commerce 

Committee (1) ; Class Honor 



LEE HARRIS POTTER 
.J Atlanta. Georgia 

Phi Delia Theta: Phi Ma Alpha. 

JOSEPHINE ERWIN POWE 
Durham 

Pi Beta Phi: Y. W. C A. (4J. 



^ 



ass 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Art 



ROBERT WILLIAM POWELL 

Goldsboro 

Beta Theta Pi. 

WILLIAM CARLYLE POWELL 

Lumberton 

Phi Beta Kappa: Interdormitorv Council (2, 3); Yackely Yack (2); 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2. 3, 41; C. R. I. L. (4); Orientation Com- 
mittee (3). 

MAURICE CARY POWERS 
Chapel Hill 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Zoology 



CHARLES JEFFERSON PRESLAR. JR. 

Hickory B.A. in Journalism 

ALLAN T. PREYER. JR. 

New Rochelle, New York B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gorgon's Head; Sli-iks. 

CECIL C. PRINCE 
High Point 

Student Legislature (3, 4). 



B.A. in Journalism 



LAWRENCE JAY PROBSTEIN 

New York. New York B.S. in Commerce 

Tennis (1, 2) . 

ROBERT WAYNE PRUNTY 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

(1. 2. 3, 4). Vice-President (4), Drum 



Poole. B. 

Poole, J. 

Porter, C. 

Porter. E. 

Poteat 



Potter 

Powe 

Powell, R. 

Powell, W. 

Powers 



Preslar 
Preyer 
Prince 
Probstein 
Prunty 




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JAMES BENJAMIN RAGLAND 

Louisburg B.A. in Chemistrj 

Band (3. 4.1. 



JEAN ANN RAMSDELE 
Plant Citv. Florida 



B.A. in English 



Delia Delta Delia; Y. W. C. \. (3, II; Cheerleadei Mi, Mode 
Group (3). 



LAWRENCE S. RANKIN 
Gastonia 

Beta Tketa Pi. 



B.S. in Commerce 



BARBARA ANN RAY 
Charlotte 

Chi Omega; I'll 
Committee Rep 



B.A. in Sociology 

Club I li : 1 . \\ . 1 1. A. i 3, li : 1 Diversity Steering 
ive; Chi Omega Co-social Chairman in. 



CAMILLA RAY 

Oxford B.A. in English-Physical Education 

isketball (3, II: Swimming (3, II; V. W. C. A. (3, 



Baseball (3, II 
II : Co-ed Sens 



III: W. \. \. Repr 



MARY ELLEN REAVES 
Hamlet 

C. I. C. A. Secretary III. 

NINA BELLE REDDITT 
Greenville 

V. V. C. V (3, li : I nivcrsit) \ . 
Parly; C. I. C. A. 



13. II. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in History 

iation (3, II ; Student 



THOMAS GRAIG REDFERN 
Reynolds 



HI BERT HAMPTON REDMON 
Asheville 

WILLIAM J. REESE 

Hendersonville 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

WILLIAM J. RE GELSON 
New York. New York 

CHARLES ALBERT REID 
Asheville 

NAT DOWNS REID 

Asheville 



EUGENE MINER RE QUA. JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

lie!!'! Kappa Epsilim. 

GEORGE NEEDHAM REYNOLDS 

West Palm Beach. Florida B.A. in Mathematics 





Raglanrl 

K.liil-'li II 

Rankin 
Ray, B. 
Rav. C. 



Reaves 
Redditl 
Redfern 
Redmon 
Reese 



ReGelson 

Reid, C. 

Reid, N. 

ReQua 

Revnolds, G. 



A 



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HENRY REYNOLDS. JR. 

Greensboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



Delia Sigma Pi: Daily Tar Heel; Sound and Fur% 1 2 1 : Universjt, 

(3, li: facket) Yack 111; Freshman Friendship Coun. -il 111; UniveraitJ 




JOHN FITZHUGH RHEM 
Garysburg 



KENNETH REID RHODES 
Lexington 



B.S. in Pharmacy 

I II: 



B.S. in Commerce 



ELSIE RHYNE 

Chapel Hill B.A. in English 

Delia Delia Delia; Girr Club (2, 5, li: !..«„ Girls' Association 12, 3, «). 



NEVIN J. RICE 
Charlotte 

Phi Gamma Delia. 



B.S. in Commerce 



^ 



ass 



CHARLES FRANCIL RIDDLE 

Graham B.A. in Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club 11. II. 

NELLE DAWN RING 

Kingsport. Tenn. B.A. in Chemistry 

tlpha Gamma Delta; Y. W. C. \. (4) ; Pan. Hellenic Council (4) ; Student 



NORMAN DAVID RIPPS 

Bayonne. New Jersey- 



US. in Commerce 

ming (1. At; Fraternity 



STEVE WALTER ROBERSON 

Charlotte B.A. in Political Science 

CLAUDE LEEMAN ROBERTSON 

Knightdale B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi. 

WILLIAM GEORGE ROBERTSON 

Washington. D. C. B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delia Thela. 

MILDRED E. ROBINSON 

Asheville B.A. in Mathematics 



LAURAWOODSIDEROE 

Wilmington 

GEORGE ALBERT ROESEL 

Augusta. Georgia 

JACQUELINE ROGERS 

Fair Bluff B.A. in English 

Daily Tar Heel (4); CI.. Club 111; V. «. C. V. 13. 41; CI. C A. 



B.A. in Mathematics 
B.S. in Physics 



Reynolds 

Rhem 

Rhodes 

Rhvne 

Rice 



Riddle 

Ring 

Ripps 

Roberson 

Robertson, C. 



Robertson, W. 
Robinson 



Roesel 
Rogers, J. 




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JANE HAYWOOD ROGERS 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Zoology 

Pi Beta Phi: Glee Club (3. II: Student Legislature (4); Y. W. C. A. 
(3. 1): Town Girls' Association 13. II: Woman's Council ill: Student 
idvisor (4J. 

RAUL WALTER ROHRER 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin B.A. in Political Science 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WILMER RAY ROLLINS 

Bethel B.A. in Political Science 



ROBERT ROLNIK 
Brooklyn. New York 



B.A. in Journalism 



Daih Tar Heel; Debaie Squad II. 2); Debate Council (2): Diale 
Senate II. 2): International Relations Club (1. 2. 3. 41. Treasurer I 
- i retarj I n ; C. C U. N. (4). 



CONWAY JOEL ROSE 
Goldsboro 



B.S. in Chemistry 

Club (3, 4) ; Boxing (3) ; 



PLEASANT DEMONT ROSEMAN. JR. 
Salisbury B.A. in Journalism 

Formerly Sigma Au: Daily Tar Heel III: Monogram Club (2); Wrestling 
(2). 

ERNEST SYLVAN ROSENBERG 

Atlanta, Georgia B.A. in Journalism 

Tau Epsilon Phi; Band (3. 4J . 



JULIA FRANCES ROSS 

Burlington 



B.A. 



Pi Beta Phi; Chi Delia Phi 13. II. \ ice-Pr. sidenl III: Col 
(3, 41: Publications Board Secretary; Valkyries 13. II. Secret*; Yadjcely 
Yack (3. 41: Y. W. C. A. 13. 4). Cabinet (3l. Secretary Y«) ; C 
Senate (4); Woman's Handbook Committee 131; -tud.nl AeSJlsor ( 
Senior Class Steering Committee. 



B.A. in J oust 



PHIFER PAUL ROTHMAN 
Bessemer City 

Alpha Tau Omega; Di.il> Tar Heel (4.1. 

KENNETH SPRAGUE ROTHWELL 

Bay Shore, Long Island. N. Y. B.A. in Engl? 

/),;,/, Tar Heel (3, II; A. V. C. Publicity Ch 

J. BEN ROUZIE. JR. 
Richmond. Virginia 



ROBERT NYAL RUEHLEN 
Earned, Kansas 

JOHN WILLIAM RUSSELL 

Candler 



WILLIAM JAMES RUSSELL. JR. 



Flushing. New York 

Sigma Chi; Sound and Fun. 

JOHN LAWRENCE RUTLEDGE 
Yadkinville 




B.A. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Law 



B.A. in Economics 



B.A. in Zoology 




Rogers, J. H. 

Rohrer 

Rollins 

Rolnik 

Rose 



Roseman 
Rosenberg 

Ross 
Rothman 
Rothwell 



Rouzie 
Ruehlen 

Russell, J. 

Russell, W, 
Rutledge 



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> 



JACK TERAH SAMPSON 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Kappa Alpha; Glee Club (3); Sound a 



B.A. in History 

id Fury (2); Y. M. C. A. (2). 




BRUCE DANIEL SAPP 
Rich Square 

Carolina Magazine (31 ; Daih Tar Heel 111. 

PEGGIE LEIGH SAPP 
Raleigh 

Phi Epsilon; Y. W 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.A. in Chemistry 

C. A. (4) ; Square Circle; 



CARMEN SHIELDS SATTERFIELD 

Clayton B.S. in Physical Education 

Delia Psi Kappa; Y. M. C. A. (2); Physical Education Club. 



MORTON DORR SCHAAP 
Brooklyn. New York 

Daih Tar Heel (3, 4); Monogram Club 13. 41; 
Cross Country Manager (3, 41: Lacrnss- II. 21 
Yackety Yack (4). 



B.A. in Journalism 



RALPH WENDELL SCHECTER. JR. 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania B.S. 

Phi Kappa Psi; Band (3, 4); Orchestra (3, 4). 



in Commerce 



WILLIAM BRAXTON SCHELL 

Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 

Zeta Psi; Phi F.ta Sigma; Gorgon's Head: Sl-iks; Intcrlraternity 



ROY YOUNG SCHELLENGER 
Raleigh 



B.A. in Economics 



JOAN SCHLOSBURG 

Camden. South Carolina 

Hillel Cabinet (3, 41, Secretary 14 



B.A. in Sociology 

World Federalists (3, 41. 



ROGER RAY SCHOLBE 

Milwaukee. Wisconsin B.A. in Commerce 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Monogram Club (3. 4); Basketball (2, 3. 41. 

GEORGE STEPHENS SCHOLL 
Charlotte B.S. 

Sigma Chi. 



Ph 



ysics 



GERALD MARTIN SCHWARTZ 

Brooklyn, New York B.A. in Zoology 

Pi Lambda Phi; Daily Tar Heel (1, 21; Dialectic Senate (1, 2). 

ROBERT BERNARD SELIGMAN 

Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Chemistry 

Monogram Club; Track (1. 4). 



WILLIARD MANGUS SESSLER 
Tampa, Florida 

Pi Kappa Alpha; President Physics Club 131. 



B.S. in Physics 



WILLIAM ALFRED SESSIONS 

Conway. South Carolina B.A. in English 

Kappa Alpha; Carolina Magazine; Class Honor Council; Daih Tar Heel; 
Yackety Yack. 



Sampson 
Sapp, B. 
Sapp, P. 
Satterneid 
Sehaap 



Schecter 

Schcll 

Schellenger 

Schlosburg 

Scholbe 



SchoII 
Schwartz 
Seligman 

Sessler 
Sessions 




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FAISON THOMSON SESSOMS 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Physics 

ARTHUR FRANK SETTLEMYER. JR. 
Kannapolis B.A. in Music 

Phi II. ilpha; Glee Club (3. 4.1. 

JOHN BURROWES SEVIER 

Greensboro B.A. in American History 

ate I H : V. M. C. \. Ml: 



JEFFERSON DAVIS SEWELL 

Monroe B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delia. 

WALTER AUSTIN SHARAFANOWICH 

New York, New York B.A. in Arts and Sciences 

InlerJormitory Council 111. 

HAROLD JACKSON SHARPE. JR. 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Swimming Team Manager 111. 



JIM QUINN SHELTON 
Mayfield. Kentucky 



B.S. in Psychology 



THOMAS CONNALLY SHELTON 
Atlanta, Georgia B.A. i 

Chi Phi. 



MOFFATT GRIER SHERARD. JR. 
Abbeville. South Carolina B.A. in J 

ilpha Tan Omega; Sound anil Fury I :i I : Cheerleader (41; 



11. President 111: Orehe 



HERBERT A. SHERWIN 
Greensboro 

HARRY GEORGE SHIPMAN 
Greensboro 

Phi Uu Alphas Ha:.d ( 

WILLIAM T. SHORE 

Winston-Salem 

ED K. SHOWFETY 
Greensboro 

JAY ALLEN SIEGEL 
Miami Beach. Florida 

Pi Lambda Pin: Soccei HI. 

DONALD E. SIEPERT 
Cedar Falls. Iowa 

Sigma Chi: Sound and F.ir> (2, I 



?.S. in Com 




B.A. in Music 
B.S. in Commerce 
B. \. in Chemist!"} 

B.S. in Commerce 




Sessoms 

Selllemyer 

Sevier 

Sewell 

Siiarafanowieh 



Sharpe 

Shelton. J. 

Shelton, T. 

Sherard 

Sherwin 









Shipman 




** <:' 




Shore 




[*; 




Showfety 
Siegel 
Sieperl 


fcS 




■JSk 





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BILLY G. SILLS 
Harmony 

Daily Tar Heel. 

GEORGE K. SILLS 

Winston-Salem 

Kappa Sigma; Intcriraiernitv 

JOE FRED SILLS 
Harmony 

Western North Carolina Club. 



JOHN MEREDITH SIMMS 
Raleigh 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

■il 13. II ; Sheiks 12. 3. 4). 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.S. 



m Commerce 



Phi Beta Kappa (3, 41. President III; Beta Gamma Sigma (3, 4); Clasi 
Honor Council (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); U. V. A.: Freshman Friendahii 
Council 111 : President (1). 



ANGUS M. SIMPSON 
Roseboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



NANCY CATHERINE SIMPSON 

Gastonia B.S. in Psychology 

Alpha Gamma Delia; V. W. C. A.; Gas I Club. 



ROSA GRAY SIMPSON 
Danville, Virginia 



B.A. in English 



ALAIN R. SINGER 
Wilmington. Delaware 

Delia Psi. 

JOHN EDWARD SINK 
Raleigh 



B.S. in Commerce 



.A. in Art 



ELEANOR DALTON SINGLETARY 

Greensboro B.A. in Sociology 



ELIZABETH D. SISSON 
Reidsville 



HASSELL B. SLEDD 
Greenville. South Carolina 



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



MAR WILLIS SLEDGE 

Ada. Oklahoma B.A. in Comparative Literature 

DM} Tar Heel; \. W. C. A. (3). 

COLINE SMITH 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 



JAMES CLAUDE SMITH 
White Plains 



B.A. in Economics 



— suktb. 

Sills, G. 

Sills, J. 

Simms 

Simpson, A. 



Simpson, IN. 

Simpson, R. 

Singer 

Sink 

Singletarv 



Sissou 
Sledd 

Sledge 
Smith, C. 
Smith, J. 




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JAMES EDGAR SMITH 
Gastonia 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

JOHN FRANCK SMITH 
Atlanta. Georgia 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

RANDOLPH SMITH 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Kappa Alpha Order. 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Economics 



B.S. 



in Commerce 



WILLIAM FRALIN SMITHDEAL 

Roanoke. Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma .\u; Intenlormitorv Council. 

WILLIAM WALKER SMOAK 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

ISREAL SALEM SOLOMON 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Chemistry 

Alpha Epsilon Pi; Track (2); Philosophy Club (3). 

NORMAN FOWIN SOMMERS 

Paterson. New Jersey B.A. in Chemistry 

Tau Epsilon Phi. 



WILLIAM BROOKS SPAUGH 
High Point B.S. 

Kappa Alpha: Band (1) ; Glee Club 111. 



ill C 



in Commerce 



MARY MARSHALL SPEARS 

Rocky Mount B.S. irj 

Chi Omega; Class Honor Council; Glee Club (3, 4) 
Vice-President (1): Y. W. C. A. (3. 4), T 
Athletic Association (3, U. President (4j. 

WALTER JESSE SPENCER, JR. 
Hamlet 

Delia Sigma Pi. 

JAMES PARKER SPILLERS 
Monroe. Louisiana 

Kappa Sigma. 

CATHERINE RANKIN SPRACKLIN 

Columbia. Mississippi B.A. in Journalisrn 



SANFORD MACEY SPRINTZ 

Miami Beach. Florida B.S. in Commerce 



PETER N. STAFFORD. JR. 
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



LEIGHTON RAY STALLINGS 

Jamesville B.A. in Journalism 




B.S. i 



m Comment' 



Seni 




dm 



Smith, J. E. 
Smith. J. F. 

Smith, R. 

Smithdeal 
Smoak 



Solomon 
Sommers 
Spaugh 
Spears 
Spencer 



Spillers 
Spracklin 
Sprintz 
Stafford 
Stallings 



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Class 



CLARKE JACKSON STALLWORTH 

Thomaston. Alabama B.A. in Journalism 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4) ; Interdormitory Council (31. 

CHARLIE STANCELL 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

Chi Phi: Philanthropic Assembly (1); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4.1. 

JOHNNY THOMAS STANFIELD 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Radio 



JAMES WILLIAM STANFORD 
Asheville 



B.A. in English 



RANEY BAYNES STANFORD 
Durham 

Daily Tar Heel (2J . 



B.A. in Journalism 



VANCE MARSHALL STINE 
Charlotte 

Band (1). 

V. JEAN STOUTEN BURG 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Delia Delia Delia: faciei) fuck i 1, n. 

Class Edilor 141; Y. W. C. A. 13. 41. Secretary of Social Se 

Committee (41; Delia Delta Delta Treasurer. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 

rity Editor (3), Junior 



HENRY E. STOWERS, JR. 

Washington, D. C. B.S. in Physics 

Alpha Tau Omega; Gorgon's Head; Football (2, 3). 

ALBERT LOGAN STEEL. JR. 

Portsmouth. Virginia B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES EDGAR STEVENS 
Mount Gilead 



B.A. in Music 



Phi Ma Alpha; Band (1. 2. 31; Glee Club (1. 2. 3, 41. President (21. 
Accompanist (1, 2, 3); Baptist Student Union II. 2), Music Director (2). 

EDGEBERT BERRY STEVENSON 
Winston-Salem B.A. in Physical Education 

; Monogram Club (3. 4) ; Base. 

HENRY MARRIOTTE STEWART 
Hendersonville B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Interfratemity Council Vice-President (2); University- 
Dance Committee (2, 3, 41; House Privileges Board (2, 3); Phi Kappa 
Sigma President (1, 2); Campus Party. 

DANIEL B. STIEGMAN 

Buffalo. New York B.A. in Physical Education 

Kappa Sigma; Monogram Club (2. 3, 4); Football (2. 3. 4). 

JAMES BUCKNER STOKLEY 

Wilmington B.S. in Commerce 

JOE STONE 

Dobson B.A. in Chemistry 



Stallworth 

Slancell 

Stan field 

Stanford. J. 

Stanford. R. 



Stine 

Stoutenburg 

Stowers 

Steel 
Stevens 



Stevenson 
Stewart 

Stiegman 
Stokley 
Stone 




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THOMAS PIERSON STRATFORD 



Burlington 

Phi Gamma Delia; InterfraterniK Council (4). 

RAYMOND EUGENE STRONG 

South Bend. Indiana 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Economics 



ROBERT SMITH STREETMAN 

Marion B.A. in Economics 

Lambda Chi ilpha; Band (2) ; Western Norlh Carolina Club 121. 

CLAUDE BARBOUR STRICKLAND. JR. 
Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Head; 13 Club Vice-President 131; 



JOHN HALL STUTTS 
Bonner Springs. Kansas 

LOIS LUDMILLA SUNSTROM 

Knoxville. Tennessee 



i.S. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Psychology 
1) ( . i < ■. I : \ w I \ 



JOHN RICHARD SURRATT 

Winston-Salem 

Class Executive Committee 111; Junior C 
Senate (II; Student Legislature (2. 31. 

MARY ARNALL SWANN 
Coyington. Georgia 

rAeio l'-i Epsilon. 



B.S. in Commerce 

I Vice-President; Diali 



B.A. in Chemistr 



JOHN MAC DONALD SWANNER 
Washington B.S. 



B.A. in Political 



B.A. in Psy 



WALTER R. TALLEY 
Bradenton. Florida 

ilpha Tan Omega. 

JAMES MAHAN TANNER 

Helena, Arkansas 

Phi Delia Thela. 

WILLIAM KNOX TATE 

Morristown. Tennessee 

Phi Gamma Delta; Class Executive Committee (4); Senior Class V 
President; German Club Executive (2, 3, 4), Vice-President 111: Inter- 
fraternity Council (2); Student Legislature 111; University Dance Com^ 
miltee (4); Y. M. C. A. Ill: Orientation Committee (3) ~ 

Revision Committee 131: University Party Steering Commit 141: 

Campus Cabinet (31: Men's Honor Council (2. 3. 41. Vice-Cha 
(2), Chairman (3, 4); Student Welfare Committee (3, 4). 

GEORGE FRANCIS TAYLOR 
Richlands 

MARGARET JEAN TAYLOR 

Asheville 

Committee (4l ; Pan-Hell 
littee (3) ; V. \\ . I 



MARJORIE RUTH TAYLOR 

Asheville B.A. in English-Education 

Glee Club (3, 4 1 




Senior 






i#/ .Jit 



\ «i> 




Stratford 

Strong 

Streetman 

Strickland 

Stutls 



Sunstrom 
Stirratt 
Swann 

Swan ner 
Talltv 



Tanner 

Tale 

Taylor, G. 

Tavlor. M. J. 

Tavlor. M. R. 



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WILLIAM FREDERICK TAYLOR 

Hookerton B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha; Glee Club (2); Interfraternity Council (1); Interdor- 
mitory Council (II; Y. M. C. A. (41. 

WILLIAM RAYMOND TAYLOR. JR. 

Greensboro B.A. in Physics 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Carolina Magazine (1, 2); Track Manager 111: Yackel, 
Yaek (2); Physics Club. 

FRANKLIN LEGRAND TEAGUE 

Charlotte B.A. in American History 

Philanthropic Asscmblj ill. 

ROBERT BEVIER TEMPLE 
New York, New York 

CHARLES LEON THOMAS 
Allendale. South Carolina 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

DORIS LORRAINE THOMAS 
Allendale, South Carolina 

Sigma Iota Chi; Phi Theta Kappa. 

ELIZABETH TAYLOR THOMAS 

Carthage B.A. in History-Library Science 

Glee Club (31: Student Legislature (4) ; Y. W. C. V (3. I) : W \ \ 
(3, II : C. 1. C. A. E*eculhe Council II. n. 

FRED B. THOMPSON 
Marlboro. New Jersey 



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

B.A. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 



LEONARD KIETH THOMPSON 

Westport, Indiana B.A. in Psychology 

Sound and Furv (3, II; Y. M. C. A. 



WAYNE EDWARD THOMPSON 



Raleigh 

Pi Kappa llpht 



B.A. in Journalism 



BONNIE RICHARDSON THRASH 

Asheville B.A. in Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Band ill. Ma itte ; Yackel) Yack (4); Y. W C \ 

(3, 4); Co-ed Senate (4) J Student Advisor ill; Alpha Delta Pi Vice! 
President (4J . 



HUGH MARTIN TILLETT 

Charlotte 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

BETTIE A. TILLITT 

Durham 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Chemistry 

I Psi Epsilan; Glee Club (3, 41 ; Y. W. C. A. (31 ; C. I. C. \. 13 
itudenl Advisor (4). * ' 



MILDRED TILSON 
Sitka. Alaska 

Delta Delta Delta; Clee Club (4.1. 



B.A. in Political Science 



EVELYN REBECCA TINDEL 

Graceville. Florida B.A. in Psychology 

Pi Beta Phi. 





Thomas, D. 




Thomas, E. 




Thompson, F. 


n* ^ ^ 


Thompson, L. 


r *33g&£, L "^ i 


Thompson. W. 


a w^ 




BTlitf 


Thrash 


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Tilleit 


/.^ffc-j. ~ 


Tillill 


JmCT^n 


Tilson 




Tindel 






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WILLIAM FRANK TIPTON 

Toecane B.A. in Mathematics 

KENNETH JULIAN TODD 

Tampa. Florida B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha. 

SOUTH TRIMBLE. Ill 

Washington, D. C. B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta: Men's Honor Council (3. 4). 



L. JOHN TROTT, JR. 

New London 



B.A. in English 



BELK CONNOR TROUTMAN 

Addor B.A. in Zoology 



ANNA TUCKER 
Greensboro 



B.A. in French 



FREDERICK GOODE TUCKER, JR. 

Roanoke, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma. 



JAMES ELTON TUCKER 
Troy 



B.A. in Radio 



NANCY BURWELL TUCKER 
Danville. Virginia B.A 

Playmakers (31; Sound and !«i, (3, 41. Secretary-T: 

C. A. Recreation I (3, I); Graham Memorial B 

Recreation Direttor (3, 4); W. A. A. Council (3, 4|. 



JOHN EARLE TULL. JR. 
Lonoke, Arkansas 

Interlraternit; 



B.S. in v^mmerce 

Council (21: 13 



IRA BERNARD TURNER, JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in ComnJ 



JEAN FULLERTON UMSTEAD 
Durham B.A. 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Y. W. C. A. (3, l.l . 



DANNIE DAVIS UNDERWOOD 

Clinton B.S. in Pharmacy 



LULU HALL VANCE 

Winston-Salem 



JOHN ROBERT VAN HECKE 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Political Science 





Tipton 

Todd 

Trimble 

Trott 

Troutman 



Tucker, A. 
Tucker, F. 
Tucker, J. 
Tucker, N. 
Tull 



Turner 

Umslead 

Underwood 

Vance 

Van Hecke, J. 



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MERWIN SPENSER VAN HECKE 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Journalism 

Phi Gamma Delia. 

ROBERT LOUIS VARWIG 

St. Louis, Missouri B.S. in Physics 

Glee Club (2, 4); Physics Club President ill. 

ELIZABETH B. VASHAW 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Sociology 

Glee Club (2); rackety Yack (41; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Town Girls' 
Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); C. I. C. A. Executive Council 
(3). 



HELEN VIVIEN VAUGHAN 

Hartsville. South Carolina 



B.A. in Art 



Carolina Magazine (41; Y. W. C. A. Publicity Director (1, 2); World 
Federalists (3J . 

CHARLES ROBERTSON VERNON 

Morganton B.A. in Chemistry 

Kappa Sigma. 

KENNETH EDWIN VINCENT 

Bloomfield. New Jersey B.S. in Commerce 

■•' Beta Theta Pi. 

JOHN COUNCIL VICK 

Sanford B.A. in Political Science 

Track (1. 2). 



JOSEPH FRANKLIN VIVERETTE 

Battleboro • B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WILLIAM HENRY VOGELSANG 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Geology 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Football (1. 21; Elislia Mitchell Scientific 
Society;- Carolina Society of Geologists. 

EMILY VON BORRIES 

Winston-Salem B.A. in History 

Pi Beta Phi; Interdormitory Council (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). Vice- 
Presidenl (II: Hou-c I'm ilexes Hoard (41: Co-ed Senate (41; House 
Council (3) : House President (4). 

DOROTHY SHANKLE WALL 

Chapel Hill B.A. in English 

SAMUEL HENRY WALL. JR. 

Reidsville B.S. in Commerce 

HARRY GAMBOL WALKER. JR. 

Washington B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delta. 

NANCY N. WALKER 

Winston-Salem B.A. in American History 

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

HERSCHEL THOMAS WARD, JR. 

Granite Falls B.S. in Physics 

Y. M. C. \. II, 2. 3, 41; Physics Club (4); Freshman Council Cabinet 



ass 



Van HecWa^JVI. 
Varwig 
Vashaw 
Vaughan 
Vernon 



Vincent 

Vick 

Viverette 

Vogelsang 

Von Borries 



Wall, D. 

Wall, S. 
Walker, H. 
Walker, N. 

Ward, H. 




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JOHN C. WARD 
Kinston 



B.S. in Medicine 



BENJAMIN EVANS WARNER. JR. 

Murphy B.S. in Geology 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 



LUCY CAROLINE WARREN 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in English 



Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (21; Y. W. C. A. (2, 3. I); Wesley Founda- 

tion (3. 41 Secretar) ill; Woman's Honoi Council Secretary (4); 

Town Girls' Association 12. 3, 41; Student \dvisoi 141; Women's 
Cabinet (4). 



JOHN LORD WATTERS 
Chapel Hill 

HUGH WOODROW WATTS 

Tavlorsville 

RICHARD TERRY WAX 

Amory, Mississippi 

Kappa Alpha; Delia Sigma Pi. 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



ROBERT ANDREW WEANT 

Salisbury B.A. in Physical Education 



ALBERT THOMAS WEATHERLY. J 
Durham B.S. inborn 

Phi Delta Thela. 

LAWRENCE ODELL WEAVER 
Greensboro B.A. in Dran 

llpha Kappa Hi: Playmakers (3, n. 

THOMAS SMITH WEAVER 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Com 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Interfraternit) Council (3. 41. 



B.S. in Coniraen 



PETER A. WEBB. JR. 
Raeford 



GEORGE TRAVERS WEBB. JR. 

Portsmouth. Virginia B.A. in Journal 



KURT L. WEILL 

Waynesville 

/', Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Pi. 

MYRTLE RUTH WESTBROOK 
Raleigh 

Y. W. C. A. (3, II; C. I. C. A. Exec-olive Cc 



WILLIAM DANIEL WESTER 

Henderson B.S. in Commerce 

I'll, Gamma Delia; Pin Ma Alpha; Band 12. 3. 41. 




B.S. in Chemistry 



B.A. in 

il (41. 







Ward, J. 

W arner 
Warren 
Walters 
Watts 



Wax 

Weant 

Weatherly 

Weaver, L. 

Weaver, T. 



Webb, P. 
Webb, G. 

Weill 

Westbrook 

Wester 



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JAMES FRANKLIN WEST. JR. 
Winston-Salem 



MARY ELLEN WELLONS 

Raleigh 



B.A. in Music 

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



B.S. in Art 




Alpha Gamma Delia; Caroliai 
Club 131: Interdormitorj Co 
13. 41; House Privileges B. 
Wcslev Foundation. 



Magazine III: DaUj Tar Heel (4): Cle 
niril III: Basketball (3) ; Y. W. C. A 
ard (41; Alderman Dormitory President 



ROBERT PENICK WHALING 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Economics 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

DAVID JORDAN WHICHARD 

Greenville B.A. in Journalism 

Phi Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (II; German Club Executive III; 
Swimming (1. 3, 41. 

MARTHA R. WHITAKER 
Oak Ridge 



B.A. in Sociology 

ory Council Budget Com. 



CHRISTINE LAMSON WHITE 

Washington. D. C. B.A. in English 

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

JACK ROLAND WHITE 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

International Relations Club (4); C. C. U. N. (4). 



JAYNE DICKINSON WHITE 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 

CLARENCE E. WHITEFIELD 



B.A. in Spanish 



Durham 



B.A. in Journalism 



HENRY MONROE WHITESIDES 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma. 

MARTHA BROWN WHITNER 

Jacksonville. Florida B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Hera Phi; Y. W. C. A. 13. 41. Cabinet (31; Senior Class Steerint 
Committee (4); Splash Club (?.. II. 

THOMAS MARSHALL WHITTEMORE 

Norfolk. Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

Chi Phi. 



JAMES SIMPSON WILCOX, JR. 
Charlotte 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

CLEO DUKE WILDER. JR. 

Paris. Tennessee 

Alpha Tail Omega; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Mt 
Tenni, I-'. 3. 41; Y. M. C A. (41; Orientatk 
Council Chairman (4). 

JOHN M. WILEY 

Charlotte 



B.S. in Chemistry 
B.A. in English 

Sonogram Club 12. 3. 41; 
lion Committee (3) ; Traffic 

B.S. in Psychology 



West 
Wellons 
Whaling 
Whichard 
Whitaker 



White, C. 

White. J. R. 

White, J. D. 
Whitefield 
Whitesides 



Whitiier 

Whittemore 

Wileox 

Wilder 

Wiley, J. 




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ROBERT MASON WILEY 
Charlotte 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



B.S. in Commerce 



JOHN ROSS WILKINSON. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Zoology 

DAVID LIVINGSTON WILLIAMS 

Yarlkinville B.S. in Commerce 



HENRY KIRK WILLIAMS 

Leesburg. Florida 

4lpha Tau Omega. 



B.S. in Commerce 



IRENE CAMPBELL WILLIAMS 

Sanford B.A. in History 

Delia Delta Delta; V. W. C. A. C3j. 

MOKE WAYNE WILLIAMS. JR. 

Monroe B.A. in Zoology 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

IDA GERALDINE WILLIAMSON 

Wilson B.A. in English 

Business Slaff (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. 

JOHN SAMUEL WILLIAMSON 

Hamlet B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Alpha. 



WILLIAM THOMAS WILLIAMSON 
Winston-Salem B.S. in GfemmV?* 

Beta Theta Pi. 



B.A. 



HENRY KENDALL WILLIS 
Chapel Hill 

Chi Phi; Flving Club (1. 21: SminJ anj Fury (1. 2. 3 ) : B 
Yackef) Yack (1. 2); University Veten 
minee (3). 



CHARLES LEON WILSON. JR. 
Robersonville 

Phi Delia Thela. 



.S. in C 



HADLEY MC DEE WILSON 
Lenoir 

Sterna Chi. 

HUGH HEATHLY WILSON 
Chapel Hill 

JOHN SIKES WILSON 

Monroe 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



MARVIN PICKARD WILSON. JR. 

Edenton B.A. in Journalism 

Zeta P~i; Daih Tar Heel 131; [nterfraternity Council (2); Sound and 
Fury (2, 3); Wrestle <- 




B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Sociology \ 



B.S. in Commerce 




Wiley, R. 
Wilkinson 

Williams. D. 
Williams, H. 
Williams. I. 



Williams, M. 
Williamson, I. 
Williamson, J. 
Williamson, W. 



~4L 

^ 1 


Willis 


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0M 


Wilson. C. 


W*&* «/ 


Wilson. H. Mo. 


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Wilson. H. H. 


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Wilson, J. 


j{ w 


Wilson, M. 



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T. STANTON WILSON 

Candler B.S. in Commerce-Law 

WILLIAM A. WINBURN. Ill 

Savannah. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma In; Daily Tar Heel (1). 

FRANCIS EDWARD WINSLOW. JR. 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Pre-Law 

JOSHUA HENRY WISEBRAM 

Barnesville. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Tau EpMon Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma. 

PHILIP THORNTON WITHERS. JR. 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigrn/i: German Club (2). 

ROBERT THURMAN WOLFE. JR. 

Clendenin. West Virginia B.S. in Geology 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon ; Band (1. 3); F.n.tr.all 121. 



GEORGE THOMAS WOLFF 
Greensboro 



B.A. in Zoology 



BASIL ALEXANDER WOOD 

Birmingham. Alabama B.A. in Economics 

Pin Delia Then: Soccer HI. 



OSCAR B. WOOD. JR. 
Savannah. Georgia 

Sigma Alpha Eptilor,. 



B.A. in Economics 



THOMAS LANIER WOOD. JR. 

Winston-Salem B.A. in English 

Sigma Phi Epsiloa. 



WEN DEL W. WOOD 

Elwood. Indiana 



B.S. in Commerce 



RACHEL VIRGINIA WOODLEY 

Columbia B.A. in Chemistry 

Alpha Gamma Delia. 



KATHARINE WOODMAN 
New Haven. Connecticut 



.A. in Historv 



CECIL CARLOS WOOTEN 

Princeton B.S. in Commerce 

FRANK CAPERTON WOOTEN 

Rome. Georgia B.S. in Commerce 



Wilson, T. 
Winburn 
Winslow 

Wisebram 
Withers 



Wolfe 
Wolff 

Wood, B. 

Wood. O. 

Wood, T. 



Wood. W. 
Wood ley 
Woodman 
Woolen, C. 
Woolen. F. 




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Woolen, G. 
Worley 
Wright 
Wvatt 



York 
Zirpel 



Srunnen 



Senior Class 



GEORGE FRANKLIN WOOTEN 

Cocoa. Florida B.S. in Commerce 

Wesley Foundation (2, 3, t) . 



CARL PERSON WORLEV 

Selma 



B.S. in Chemistry 



RICHARD CARLTON WRIGHT 

High Point B.A. in Chemistry 

Kappa Alpha: Alpha Epsilon Drlta; German Club Executive (3, 41; Glee 
Club (1, 2. 3, 41 j Sound and Fury (3); 13 Club (3. 41: Y. M. C. A. 

11. J. :i. 

CHALMERS HAYWOOD WYATT 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

B. t nd II. J I. 



HELEN MARTHA XANTHOS 
Fayetteyille 

C. I. C. A. Treasurer (3). 



JOHN CHARLES YORK 
High Point 

llath Tar Heel (3); Carolina Consi rvati 

IRVING ZIRPEL. JR. 
Washington. D. C. 

\l gram Club 12. 3, II ; Wrestling (I. 



B.S. in C 



in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

luh \ i. i -President (3, 41. 



B.S. in Geology 

3, 11, Co-Captain I 11. 



CHESTER DAVID Zl M BRl NNEN 

Salisbury B.S. in Commerce 




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JUniOR CLASS 







Stan Fox. Martha Dan Pavne, Len Szafaryn 



Officers 



Len Szafaryn 
Stanley Fox 
Martha Dan Payne 
Bill Thorpe 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Social Chairman 



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The vets returning from the war and the coeds leaving two years in girls' schools behind, entered 
into a campus life which bore the Carolina label ... our rowdy meetings at the Y court "coffee coun- 
ter" . . . lingering walks through the Arboretum . . . Sadie Hawkin's revelry and the parade down 
Franklin Street ... the Grail dance featuring Vaughan Monroe's "Ballerina" . . . "Choo Choo'" and 
the Tar Heels plunging through Duke's line to victory . . . liberalism voicing itself in the Tar Heel 
. . . chimes from the Bell Tower vibrating at dusk . . . and eating steaks and French fries at Brady's. 

But there was a new atmosphere at our university, too. With leap year and post-war change another 
era was inaugurated which showed the ear-marks of a "new look" in fashions, progress and purposes. 
W e were veteran "Carolina gentlemen" with oudooks tempered by the international horizon, and the 
domestic crisis in inflation. We, who remembered Sunday evenings spent at Dr. Frank's read of him 
in Indonesia. We coeds appeared as "Gibson Girls'", and in hooped formals— to be compared with 
mother's college days. Senior Walk exchanged its quiet and trailing ivy for shovels and hammers, and 
the angular orange skeleton which reared at last was a symbol of the new character of Carolina. 

Modernism had tugged hard at the main string, but the spirit of our Carolina was immutable. We 
passed the Old Well, cheered Rameses on Kenan's turf, and recognized tradition. With "Hark the Sound" 
stirring our hearts we pushed toward the brighter future, a peaceful world. 




Junioi 



REGINALD MAX ABBOTT, Chi Psi, Bryson City. 
FRED L. ADAIR, Washington. 
MARTHA J. ADAIR, Washington. 
B. RITA ADAMS, Troy. 



FAITH DORSEY ADAMS, Delta Delia Delta, Coral Gables 

Fla. 
GREY LITTLETON ADAMS, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burling 

Ion. 
HENRY BETHUME ADAMS, Lenoir. 
WILLIAM HINTON ADAMS, Chapel Hill. 



SHERMAN ADLER, Asheville. 
HUBERT E. AENCHBACHER. JR., Atlanta. Ga. 
CHARLES W. AFFLICK, Phi Delta Theta, Blytheville, Ark. 
EDWARD FRANKLIN ALBEE. Hellertown, Pa. 



MARTHA ANNE ALBRITTON, Hookerton. 

BLAN C. ALDRIDGE, Durham. 

EDWARD MILTON ALDRIDGE, JR., Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES GRANVILLE ALLEN, Laurel, Delaware. 



LeDEWEY E. ALLEN, JR., High Point. 
OLIVE HICKS ALLEN, II, Raleigh. 
ROBERT GARLAND ALLEN, Coleridge. 
ZEBULON DOYLE ALLEY, Waynesville. 



WALTER J. ALSTON. JR., Henderson. 
ANDREW V. ANDERSON, Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 
ANN ANDERSON, Pi Beta Phi, Eustis, Fla. 
JAMES WILLIAM ANDERSON, JR., Greensboro. 



SAMUEL RALPH ANDREW. JR.. Albemarle. 
THOMAS LUTHER ANDREW. Albemarle. 
IKE GRANKLIN ANDREWS, Bonlee. 
JOHN ERNEST ANDREWS, JR., Graham. 



FRANCES L. ANGAS, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDWARD K. ANTHONY, Chi Phi, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

LUTHER L. ANTHONY, JR., Gastonia. 

GEORGE KENNETH ARCHER, Charlotte. 




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WILLIAM REID AREY, JR., Gold Hill. 

RUBY-WHITE ARNOLD, Benson. 

WALTER DAVIS ARNOLD, Bristol, Va. 

MARY LUCILLE ARNOTT. Pi Beta Phi, Persia, Tenn. 



FRANK B. ASHCRAFT, Raleigh. 

CLINTON KESLER ATKINSON, Lilesville. 

RICHARD SAMPSON ATKINSON. Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Kenly. 

SAMUEL T. ATKINSON, Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 



LEWIS M. AUGUST, Philadelphia. Pa. 
IRWIN W. AUSLEY. Fuquay Springs. 
LELAND STANLEY AVERETT. JR.. Oxford. 
JAMES EVERETT AYCOCK, Lincolnton. 



GWENDOLYN BABER, Shelby. 
WILBUR H. BABER, JR.. Shelby. 
JONES DOUGLAS BAIN, Clayton. 
JOHN B. BAITY, Henderson. 



ALBERT BELK BAKER, Rock Hill, S. C. 

EMILY CLAIRE BAKER. Alpha Gamma Delta, Asheville. 

JESSE H. BAKER, Winfall. 

JOHN 0. BAKER, Charlotte. 



NORWOOD FRASER BAKER, Magnolia. 

ROBERT EDGAR BALL. Phi Delta Theta, Williamson, 
W. Va. 

WILLIAM JAY BALLEW, Nebo. 

CLAUDE BARCLAY BARBEE, Zeta Psi, Raleigh. 



DAN TAYLOR BARKER. Oxford. 

IRVING 0. BARKER, Wilson. 

DONALD BYRON BARNES, Winston-Salem. 

JOHN THOMAS BARNES, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
Winston-Salem. 



LEONARD MORGAN BARNES. Savannah, Ga. 
NORMAN COWELL BARNES, Bloomfield, New Jersey. 
WILLIAM J. BARNES, Greensboro. 
CHARLES MASON BARNETT, Henderson. 



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DONNA SARAH BARNETT. Jacksonville, Fla. 
JIMMIE BARNETT. Henderson. 
GEORGE F. BASON, Raleigh. 
NOAH RUDOLPH BASS. Goldsboro. 



KENNETH BATCHELOR, Chapel Hill. 
WILLIAM RUSSELL BATCHELOR, Aberdeen. 
FRED 0. BATES, JR., Murphy. 
ROBERT W. BAUGHAM, Enfield. 



DORIS J. BEASLEY, Davidson. 
ROBERT FESTUS BEASLEY, Zeta Psi, Davidson. 
HARRY LEON BEASON, Winston-Salem. 
IVA JEAN BEASON, Kings Mountain. 



PAUL EDWARD BEAVER. Mooresville. 
MARTHA HUNTER BELL, Norfolk, Va. 
VICTOR EVOS BELL, JR., Zeta Psi, Raleigh. 
JEAN IRWIN BENJAMIN. Jacksonville, Fla. 



EDWARD ROBINSON BENNETT, West Hartford. Conn. 
RICHARD EDWIN BENNETT. Greensboro. 
RICHARD HOWARTH BENNETT. Chapel Hill. 
CLINT W. BENTLEY, Pores Knob. 



SCOTT BRUCE BERKELEY, JR., Kappa Alpha, Golds- 
boro. 
CHARLES LAWRENCE BERMAN, Tau Epsilon Phi, 

Miami Beach, Fla. 
RONALD DENNY BERRY, Falcon. 
FRANCES Y. BICKETT, Raleigh. 



RICHARD B. BILGER. Miami, Fla. 

HARRY ALLEN BILLERBECK, Alpha Tau Omega, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 
HELEN CAROLYN BISHOP, Asheville. 
DONALD HINES BISSETT, Washington, D. C. 



MOLLY S. BLACKBURN. Winston-Salem. 
JAMES YANCEY BLACKWELL, JR., Ruffin. 
MARILYN BLACKWELL. Alexandria, Va. 
GRACE M. BLADES, Alpha Delta Pi, Apex. 








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EUGENE NELSON BLAKE, iamirfa C/u /i/p/m, Wilming- 
ton. 

BETTY JANE BLALOCK, Winston-Salem. 

CECIL M. BLAND, Roxboro. 

THOMAS ANDREW BLUM, Winston-Salem. 



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

HERBERT LUTHER BODMAN, JR., Delta Psi, Long 
Island, N. Y. 

JOHN HAMILTON BOLGIANO, Towson, Md. 

OCTAVIOUS BLANCHARD BONNER, JR., Sigma Chi, 
High Point. 



THOMAS NATHAN BOOE, Asheville. 

RODNEY LAWRENCE BOOKER, Sigma Nu, Roanoke, Va. 

MILTON JAMES BOONE, Clinton. 

IRIS LEE BOST, Alpha Delta Pi, Concord. 



HELEN BOULDIN. Clarksdale, Miss. 
FRANKLIN PALMER BOWDEN. Norfolk, Va. 
R. KELLY BOWLES, Carrboro. 
VICTOR P. BOWLES. Timberlake. 



FREDERICK OSCAR BOWMAN, JR., Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Chapel Hill. 

OSCAR M. BOYETTE, Princeton. 

JOSEPH EDWARD BOYKIN, JR.. Durham. 

OREN T. BOYLES, Pinnacle. 



WAYNE FRANCIS BOYLES, Lawndale. 
JAMES NEEDHAM BRADFORD, Winston-Salem. 
NORMAN LEE BRANCH, Rich Square. 
Wm. ASHLEY BRANCH, Winterville. 



BERTIE MAYNARD BRANNAN, JR., Smithfield. 
CARL MeDOWELL BRASWELL, Monroe. 
ROY BENTON BRASWELL, Winston-Salem. 
LONNIE A. BRAXTON, JR., Burlington. 



DAN C. BREEDING, Alpha Tau Omega. Bennettsville, S. C. 
ROBERT H. BREEZE, Waynesville. 
EDWIN R. BRENEGAR, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem. 
ROYCE EVERETT BREWER, Winston-Salem. 



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WILBUR YOUNG BRIDGERS, Enfield. 
JOHN H. BRIGHT, Alpha Tau Omega, New Hill. 
CHARLES GORDON BRITT, Goldsboro. 
WILLIAM DAVID BRITT, Clinton. 



BEN GEER BROCKMAN, Gastonia. 

CLYDE K. BROOKS, Ware Shoals. 

JAMES HARDEE BROOKS, Sigma Chi, Kinston. 

SIDNEY P. BROOKS, Tau Epsilon Phi, Warsaw. 



STAMEY FITZHUE BROOKS, Kannapolis. 

JOHN CHISELIN BROUGHTON. JR.. Delia Kappa 

Epsilon, Durham. 
BETTY BROWN. Asheville. 
CECIL LAZELL BROWN. Asheboro. 



JOHN D. BROWN, Cedar Bluff. Va. 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BROWN, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM WILSON BROWN, JR., Charlotte. 
EDWARD T. BROWNE. JR., Chapel Hill. 



WILLIAM CORRY BRUNSON. JR., Sigma Nu. Edenton. 
THOMAS SHERMAN BRYAN. TraphilL 
CLELL T. BRYANT, Franklin. 
EDWARD ALBERT BRYANT, Lenoir. 



AUDREY M. BRYSON, Biltmore. 
HERMAN J. BRYSON. JR.. Rock Hill. S. C. 
ALTON GRAY BUCK' Newport News, Va. 
LUBIN F. BULLARD, JR., Garland. 



GEORGE E. BULLOCK, Chi Phi, Bethel. 
ANNE ELIZABETH BUMGARDNER. Charlotte. 
ROBERT PARHAM BUNCH. Kappa Sigma, Statesville. 
JOHN ROYAL BUNTING. Bethel. 



RICHARD BUCHANAN BURNS, Zeta Psi, Sumter, S. C. 
HAROLD B. BURSLEY. JR., Beta Thela Pi. Charlotte. 
MADELYN J. BUTLER. Chi Omega, Dade City, Fla. 
WILLIAM G. BUTLER, JR.. Laurinburg. 




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NEILL A. BYRNE, Pembroke. 
GEORGE ALMA BYRUM, Sigma Nu, Edenton. 
ALBERT HANES CALLOWAY, Concord. 
DONALD RAY CALLOWAY, Concord. 



WILLIAM CAMERON. Oxford. 
MARGIE CAMERON, Washington, D. C. 
DAN OLIVE CAMPBELL, Wagram. 
EDWARD FEIMSTER CAMPBELL, Taylorsville. 



S. TINSLEY CAMPBELL. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Louisville. 
Kentucky. 

HAROLD L. CANNON, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill. 
MINTIE L. CANTRELL, Etowah, Tennessee. 
ANNE CARLTON, Atlanta, Georgia. 



H. MARTIN CARMICHAEL, JR., Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Fairfield, Conn. 

GORDON L. CARPENTER, Chapel Hill. 

JAMES EDWARD CARPENTER, Sigma Chi, Gastonia. 

MEEK ANDERSON CARPENTER, Kings Mountain. 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CARRAWAY, Snow Hill. 
ERNEST R. CARRAWAY, Snow Hill. 
NIMROD DAVIS CARROLL, Willow Spring. 
MYRA TULA CARTER, Gastonia. 



ROBERT A. CASH, Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem. 
BARBARA F. CASHION, Leesburg, Florida. 
JANE MARILYN CASSTEVENS, Clemmons. 
FITZGERALD RIDLEY CAUDLE, Raleigh. 



BEN ALLEN CAVIN, Statesville. 

DAVID A. CECIL, JR., High Point. * 

LESTER V. CHALMERS, JR., Raleigh. 

CHARLES HAL CHAPLIN. Phi Gamma Delta, Columbia. 



JOHN M. CHARLES, Florence, South Carolina. 

RICHARD B. CHEATHAN, Phi Gamma Delta, Griffin, 
Georgia. 

JOE JORDAN CHERRY. Charlotte. 

VINCENT D. CHILDRESS, Greensboro. 



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BILL C. CHOATE, Sigma Pi. Sparta. 
ANN CLARK, Candor. 
SAMUEL J. CLARK, JR., Erwin. 
WILLIAM J. CLAYBROOK, Reidsville. 



JOHN S. CLAYTON, Knoxville, Tenn. 

JACK A. CLINARD, Winston-Salem. 

LELAND GRANT CLOSE, Pi Kappa Phi, Bryson City. 

COLLIER COBB. Ill, Zeta Psi, Chapel Hill. 



JOHN COLLIER COBB. Phi Gamma Delta, Goldsboro. 

WILLIAM BATTLE COBB. JR.. Phi Gamma Delta, Chapel 

Hill. 
GEORGE A. COCHRAN. Newton. 
ALEX EDWARD COCKMAN, JR., Pittsboro. 



CHARLES LEE COGGIN, JR.. Salisbury. 
CARL H. COGHILL, Henderson. 
HERMAN OSCAR COLEMAN, Morganton. 
ELWOOD BROGDEN COLEY. Raleigh. 



KATHERYN COLWELL, Clinton. 
KATE CONNOR. Durham. 
IDA CONSTABLE, Charlotte. 
ALFRED RAY COOKE, Asheville. 



LESLIE JAMES COOKE, Chi Psi, Columbia, S. C. 
ELIZABETH ANNE COOPER. Greensboro. 
GRADY COOPER, JR., Dobson. 
BROAD1E N. COPELAND, JR., Greensboro. 



JOHN S. CORDON. Kappa Sigma, Louisville, Ky. 
SALLY ANN CORDON, Pi Beta Phi, Louisville, Ky. 
WILLIAM PERRIN CORLEY. Atlanta, Ga. 
NED R. CORZINE, Concord. 



GLADYS RUNYON COTTRELL. Red Bank, New Jersey. 
FREDERICK I. COUCH, Carrboro. 
LESTER CLAY COUCH, JR.. Elkin. 
ROBERT STEVENS COUCH, Monroe. 




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BARBARA A. COVINGTON, Chi Omega, Plant City, Fla. 
RICHARD S. COVINGTON, Kappa Alpha, Wadesboro. 
LEON K. COWAN, Powellsville. 
MARRIN J. COWELL. JR.. Rocky Mount. 



THOMAS DUKE COWELL. JR., Elizabeth Citv. 
RICHARD GARNER COX. Phi Mu Alpha, Raleigh. 
WILLIAM F. COX, Greensboro. 
JAMES HENRY CR \DDOCK. JR., Charlotte. 



MARY L. CRADDOCK, Blackstone, Virginia. 
ELSIE LOUISE CRAIG, Mount Holly. 
MOLLY CRAIG. Lak*- Wales, Florida. 
ADDIE JOY CRAPS. Hickory. 



CARROL MICKEY GRAVER, Winston-Salem. 
MARTIN LUTHER CROTTS, Durham. 
WILLIAM E. CROW, Winston-Salem. 
FRED L. CROWSON, Betu Theta Pi, Fayetteville. 



EDWIN KEITH CUMMINGS, Rocky Mount. 
CHARLES D. CUNNINGHAM, Zeta Psi, Greensboro. 
THOMAS E. CUNNINGHAM, Akron. Ohio. 
JAMES WALTER CURLEE. Ansonville. 



ERNEST LUCIUS CURRIN, JR., Olivia. 
BLAIR L. DAILY, Philadelphia. Pa. 
FRED DALE, JR., Asheville. 
BARBARA DALTON, Winston-Salem. 



MARY ANNE DANIEL, Weldon. 

JOHN FORLAW DANIELS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 
ROY EDWARD DAVENPORT, Kappa Alpha, Winterville. 
BOBBIE A. DAVIS, Charlotte. 



NINA DARLINE DAVIS, Salisbury. 
ROBERT LEE DAYE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Elkin. 
HENRY PERRY DEAL, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Conover. 
HELEN P. DEES, Greensboro. 



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JOHN TYLER DEES, Phi Delia Chi, Burgaw. 
JULIUS DEES, JR., Bayboro. 
GEORGE DEMAS, Cleveland. Ohio. 
ELIZABETH BISSETTE DEMPSEY. Wilson. 



ALICE DENHAM. Washington. D. C. 
ELIZABETH ANN DENNETT. Chi Omega, Canton. 
ROBERT MASON DeVANE, Tomahawk. 
BARBARA LEE deWITT. Charlotte. 



ALBERT JOSEPH D1AB. Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington. 
JAMES HAROLD DICKINSON, Rowland. 
ARTHUR THEODORE DILGER, Sigma Nu, Hoboken. N. J. 
MARY GARDNER DILLARD. Greensboro, N. C. 



STARK SPOTTSWOOD DILLARD, Greensboro. 
VINCENT JOHN DiLORENZO. Chi Psi, Berg infield, N. J. 
CHARLES D. DIXON. Belmont. 
ROBERT MOBLEY DIXON, Kinston. 



PORTER WISEMAN DOBBINS. Delia Sigma Pi. Winston- 
Salem. 

LOUISE DAVIS DODSON, Miami, Florida. 

WILLIAM S. DODSON. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Silver Spring, 

Md. 

THOMAS MADDEN DONNELLY. Concord. 



JOHN D. DOWNS, Fayetteville. 
HENRY W. DOZIER, Rocky Mount. 
MOODY BRISCOE DRUM, Newton. 
DAREL WARREN DRL1MMOND. Morganlon. 



MARIETTA DUKE, Chi Omega, Greensboro. 
ROBERT EDWIN DUKE, Raleigh. 
STOVER P. DUNAGAN, Rutherfordton. 
DOLLY ANN DUNAWAY, Spartanburg. S. C. 



MARY ANNA DUNBAR, Laurinburg. 

WILLIAM H. DUNCAN, Kappa Sigma, Narberth, Pa. 

A. HAYNES DUNLAP, Phi Kappa Sigma, Ansonville. 

WALTER EUGENE DuPRE. JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Atlanta, Ca. 




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CARL THOMAS DURHAM, Sigma A'u, Chapel Hill. 
ANDERSON C. EARLY, Sigma Chi. St. Petersburg, Fla. 
JAMES WILLIAM ECHERD, Asheville. 
ALAN EDELMAN, Raleigh. 



NONA HACKNEY EDGE, Raleigh. 

EDWIN J. EDGERTON. Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville. 

JAMES WEEDY EDNEY, East Flat Rook. 

EDGAR EVERETTE EDWARDS, Snow Hill. 



JOSEPH GERARD EDWARDS. Bunn. 

NOAH E. EDWARDS. Dobson. 

ROBERT H. EDWARDS. Scarsclale, N. Y. 

A. .1. ELLINGTON. JR.. Beta Theta I'i. Burlington. 

FLOYD PURYEAR ELLINGTON, Graham. 

WILLIAM EDWARD ELLINGTON, III. Phi Gamma Delta. 
Washington. 

EVERETT EUGENE ELLIOTT. Phi Delta Theta. Kilgove, 
Texas. 

WILLIAM RICHARD ELLIOTT, Forest City. 

ALPHEUS PALMER ELLIS. JR.. Weldon. 

BENJAMIN FINESSEE ELLIS, Raleigh. 

MARY PAT ELLIS, Boone. 

JAMES L. ELWOOD, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Waynesville. 



ARTHUR ENGEL, JR., New York, N. Y. 

FRANK STEVENS ENGLISH. Phi Kappa Sigma. Monroe. 

CHARLES T. ENMAN, Asheville. 

WINFRED R. ERVIN, Charlotte. 



ANN LLANTAINE EUTSLER. Kingsport. Tenn. 

JAMES EMMETT EVANS. Alpha Tau Omega, Auburndale 

Fla. 
MARJORIE LOUISE EVANS, Greensboro. 

MARY-JANE FAILING. Alpha Gamma Delta. Belleville 

N. J. 



PHILIP D. FAUROTE, Phi Gamma Delta, Bethesda, Md. 
SARAH JANE FARLOW, Alpha Delta Pi, Augusta, Ga. 
JAMES STEPHEN FARMER, Raleigh. 
DAVID WILLOUGHBY FEREBEE. Chi Psi. Vaneeboro. 



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WILLIAM McLELLAN FERGUSON. JR.. Sigma Nu, 
Forest City. 

JOSEPH COX FIDLER. High Point. 

HOWARD L. FIELD. Ventnor, New Jersey. 

ROSE WELLS FIELD. Chi Omega, Larclimont. New Jersey. 



ELLISTON P. FIERD, ArHmore, Pa. 

WILLIAM BOYD FINLAYSON. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Charlotte. 

KATHARINE L. FINNEY. Eccleston. Md. 
EARL FITZGERALD. Pelham. 



GLADE FREDERICK FLAKE. Washington. D. C. 
WILLIAM A. FLAMISCH. Sigma Chi, Allertown. Pa. 
WILLIAM W. FLANAGAN, Clover. S. C. 
ANNE FLEMING. Raleigh. 



JOHN DIXON FLEMING. Phi Gamma Delia, Greenville. 
JAMES S. FLETCHER. Elkin. 
PATRICIA A. FLOWERS, New Bern. 
DeWTTT C. FOARD. Charlotte. 



DAVID GLENN FOGLE, Gastonia. 

THOMAS WELCH FOISTER. Kappa Alpha, High Point. 

LLOYD WILLIAM FONVIELLE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Wilmington. 

BARBARA BYRD FORDHAM. Greensboro. 



VIRGINIA DELORES FORWARD. High Point. 
JOSEPH B. FOSTER. Phi Kappa Sigma. Winston-Sale 
WILLIAM OMER FOSTER, JR., Clinton, S. C. 
BETSY W. FOUNTAIN, Fountain. 



JOHN DAVID FOUST, Snow Camp. 
IRVIN LEONARD FOX. Pi Lambda Phi. Oxford. 
STANLEY HAROLD FOX. Pi Lambda Phi, Oxford. 
DAVID DEWTTT FOY. Atlanta. Ga. 



ROBERT B. FRANCIS. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Washington, 
D. C. 

JOHN WESLEY FRAZIER. Phi Gamma Delta. Salisbury. 

SAMUEL WELLS FREED. Zeta Beta Tan. Greensboro. 

CHARLES B. FULGHUM, Selma. 




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GEORGE WILLIAM FULK. Pinnacle. 
FRANCES E. FURR, Franklin. 
LEE R. FURR. Alpha Tau Omega. Newton. 
CHARLES FREDERICK FUSSELL, Rose Hil 



THEODORE J. FUSSELL, Winston-Sale,,,. 

ARCHER H. FUTCH, JR.. Charlotte. 

LOUIS KENORICK FUTCH, Monroe. 

ALBERT MARRIETT GAINOR. Pi Kappa Alpha, Battle- 
boro. 



JOHN CARL GALE. P hi Kappa Sigma, North Deade. Md. 

NORMAN ROBERT GALINKIN, Tau Epsilon Phi. Toms 
River, N. J. 

ROGER CANT. JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Burlington. 
FLETCHE DAVID GARRARD. JR.. Durham. 



FRED KESLER GARVEY. Delia Sigma Pi. Winston-Salem. 

JOHN S. GASKIN. JR.. Albemarle. 

MARGARET J. GASTON. Gastonia. 

SAMUEL MALLETTE GATTIS, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Hills- 
boro. 



GEORGE DODGE GEOGHEGAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Raleigh. 

VICTOR HUGO GIBEAN, JR.. Christiansted, St., Croix. 
\ irgin Islands. 

ARCHIE PATTERSON GIBSON, Alpha Tau Omega. 
Gibson. 

EDWARD BRYAN GIBSON, JR., Marion. 



RICHARD BORDEN GIBSON. Phi Gamma Delta, Concord. 

JUNE MYRTLE GILBERT. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Charlotte. 

JOHN EDWARD GILES, Glen Alpine. 
ROY ALLEN GILLIKIN. Chi Psi, .Smyrna. 



CHARLES FLOYD GIPPLE. Gibsonville. 
FRANK PAUL GIRAFFE. Southington. Conn. 
LEE S. GLIARMIS. Wilson. 
CHARLES A. CLICK. Kinston. 



JOHN TEMPLE GOBBEL, JR.. Chapel Hill. 
WILLIAM J. GOFORTH, Charlotte. 

FRANK S. GOODRUM, JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Greensboro. 
JACQUELYN GOODWIN. Apex. 



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JAMES G. GOODWIN. JR.. Hillsboro. 

AUGUSTUS W. GRAHAM. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Oxford. 

GORDON N. GRAHAM. Statesville. 

l.\\\RENCE PITTMAN GRAHAM. Fayetteville. 



JAMES F. GRAVES. Washington. D. C. 
ROBERT A. GRAY, Charlotte. 



JOHN LAZARUS GREEN. JR.. Alpha Tau Omega. 
Charlotte. 



WILLIAM B. GREEN. Roanoke Rapids. 



WILLIAM LESTER GREEN. JR., Phi Delta Theta. 
Zebulon. 

WILLIAM TATE GREEN. JR., Thomasville. 
ESLEY 0. GREENE, Chesterfield. S. C. 
SAMUEL R. GREENE. JR.. Durham. 



WILLIAM EDGAR GREENE, Salisbury. 

JULIA CRIDDLE GREENWOOD. Asheville. 

ALFRED WILSON GRIFFIN, JR.. Phi Gamma Delta. 
Goldsboro. 

BILL PARKER GRIER. Hot Springs. Ark. 



CHARMIAN GRIFFIN. Washington. D. C. 

DORIS LEE GRIFFIN, Elizabeth City. 

JANE L. GRIFFIN, Vienna, Ga. 

GEORGE COOPER GRIZZARD. JR.. Kappa Alpha, 
Washington, D. C. 



BILLY J. GROGAM. Winston-Salem. 

ALAN S. GUBIN. Pi Lambda Phi. Memphis. Tenn. 

DONALD S. GUMPRECHT, Durham. 

JAMES MITCHELL GUTHRIE, Chapel Hill. 



CARL RICHARDSON HACKNEY, Phi Gamma Delta. 
Wilson. 

SMITH M. HAGAMAN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salen 

BEN D. HAINES, Durham. 

ROBERT T. HAIRE. Winston-Salem. 



JOHN ELLIOTT HAMBY, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
DONALD K. HAMES, Cliffside. 
JACK T. HAMILTON. Kappa Sigma. Smithfield. 
MICHAEL L. HAMILTON. Phi Gamma Delta. Dillon. S. C. 




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MARION IVYLYN HAMMOCK. Raleigh. 
RICHARD A. HANAU, New York. N. Y. 
DOROTHY GAYLE HANCOCK, Lexington. 
ROBERT CARPENTER HANES. Charlotte. 



HORACE GRAVELY HANKINS, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Kernersville. 

OBA THOMAS HANNA, JR.. Gastonia. 
JOHN A. HANSON, Dorchester. Mass. 
LEWIS BENJAMIN HARDISON. Aulander. 



MELVIN RAULINGS HARGRAYE. Beta Theta PL 
Kingsport, Tenn. 

JOHN HAROLD HARMON. Kappa Sigma. McBee, S. C. 

CHARLES LINDY HARPER. Kinston. 

JAMES BALDRIDGE HARPER. JR.. Albany, Georgia. 



ALLEN LEE HARRELL. Tarboro. 

KARL P. HARRELL. Burlington. 

ANN P. HARRIS. Roxboro. 

EUGENE BLOUNT HARRIS. Nutley, N. J. 



JOYCE HARRIS, Bunn. 

ROBERT CHATHAM HARRIS, Kappa Sigma, Elkin. 

ZACHARIAH HARRIS. JR.. Hertford. 

WILLIAM SHERMAN HARRISON, AsheviUe. 



EARL HORACE HARTSELL. JR.. Chapel Hill. 
L. HEATH HARTSELL, Concord. 

WILLIAM FLOYD HASKETT, Phi Delta Theta. Elizabeth 

City. 
FRANK J. HAWLEY. JR.. Roanoke Rapids. 



CARL L. HAWN, Belmont. 

CHARLES L. HAYES. Cherryville. 

WILLIAM ROY HAYES. JR.. Sigma Chi, Norlina. 

ALTON M. HAYES. JR.. Cliffsid.-. 



LOUIS ARTHUR HAYNES. Pi Kappa Alpha, Norfolk. Va. 
GORDON R. HEATH. Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 
JAMES HEDGPETH. Zeta Psi. Greensboro. 
THOMAS EARL HEFFNER. JR.. Charlotte. 



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EARL CLEGG HELMS. Concord. 

JAMES WARREN HENDERSON. Lumberton. 

HERBERT S. HENDRICKS, Dallas. 

GROVER CURTIS HENSON. JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Raleigh. 



HENRY CICERO HICKMAN. JR.. Sanford. 
EDGAR COOLIDGE HICKS, Winston-Salem. 

JESSE KEBINSON HICKS. Phi Gamma Delta, Florence, 

S. C. 
ANN DUDLEY HILL. Durham. 



BILLY W. HILL. Salisbury'. 

FRANK POLLARD HILL, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Winston- 
Salem. 

FREDERICK S. HILL. Winston-Salem. 
LOUIS THOMPSON HILL. Richland. 



DWIGHT BERRIER HINKLE. Kappa Sigma, Lexington. 

SARAH HINKLE. Lexington. 

JOHN DAUGHTRIDGE HINNANT. Delta Sigma Pi„ 
Charlotte. 

MILTON NEEDHAM HINNANT. Delta Sigma Pi, 
Charlotte. 



LOUIS EARL HODGES. Leaksville. 

MATTHEW HODGSON, Phi Gamma Delta Murfreesboro, 
Tenn. 

THOMAS EATON HQLDEN. Louisburg. 
WADE H. HOLDER. JR.. Lillington. 



KATHARINE L. HOLDING, Raleigh. 

LEWIS ROYALL HOLDING, Kappa Sigma, Smithfield. 

SOLOMON P. HOLDING, III, Raleigh. 

JAMES HERBERT HOLLAND, Fuquay Springs. 



DAVID FRANKLIN HOLMES, Charlotte. 

LEMUEL R. HOLOMAN, Jackson. 

WALTER ANDERSON HOLT. Phi Gamma Delta, 
Smithfield. 

CAROLINE MOCHRIE HOMAN. Wilmington. 



CHARLES JAMES HONDROS. Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky 
Mount. 

EARL D. HONEYCUTT. Pi Kappa Alpha, Shelby. 

JOHN C. HOOD, JR., Kinston. 

WILLIAM L. HOOD, Charlotte. 




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JOHN H. HOOTS. Winston-Salem. 
WALTER L. HORTON, JR., Raleigh. 
CLAUDE B. HOSAFLOOK, JR., Waynesville. 
LILLIAN BROWN HOTARD, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 



JOHN GUION HOUGH, JR., Washington. 
THOMAS PRESLEY HOUSER, JR., Lincolnton. 
KATHRYN ANN HOVIS, East Bend. 
GWEN HOWARD, Sanford. 



CHARLES McLAIN HOWE, Clearwater, Fla. 
ALBERT FRANKLIN HOWELL, Apex. 
JOSEPH C. HUBBARD. Sao Paulo, Brazil. 
BONNOR EDGAR HUDSON, Warhan. 



CECIL FRED HUDSON, JR., Connelly Springs 
HOMER TYER HUDSON, JR., High Point. 
RANDALL ELIZABETH HUDSON, Tarboro. 
EVERETT LEROY HUFFMAN, Hickory. 



GARLAND FRANK HUFFMAN, JR., Burlingtor 
MARTHA ROBERTA HUFFMAN, Morganton. 
STANTON VANCE HUFFMAN, Gibsonville. 
KATHERINE ELIZABETH HUGGINS, Raleigh 



FERNE L. HUGHES, Rainelle, W. Va. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH HUGHES, Cedar Grove. 
SIDNEY A. HUGHES, Lumberton. 
HAROLD GIBBS HULON, Hope Mills. 



PATRICIA ANN HUMPHREY. Lumberton. 
BILLY LEE HUNT. Durham. 
MARY JANE HUNTER, South Orange, N. J. 
TOM GEORGE HURYSZ, Chi Psi, Chapel Hil 



ANN HUSKE, Fairmont. 

BETTY CAROLINA HUSTON, Fairmont. 

KELLY WADDELL HUTCHERSON, Winston-Salem. 

ORMAN DONALD HUTCHERSON, Winston-Salem. 



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GRADY ALDINE HUTCHINS. JR., Winston-Salem. 
DAVID J. HUTTON, Greensboro. 

ROBERT LEE HUTTON. Phi Gamma Delta, Greensboro. 
DEWITT G. HYDER, Chapel Hill. 



DOROTHY B. HYDER, Chapel Hill. 
JACQUELINE S. INGRAM, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

EDWARD CLAIBORNE IRBY, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Blackstone, Va. 
BILLY SEAWELL IVEY, Seven Springs. 



GUY PIRKLE JACKSON, Belmont, Mass. 
SALLY FIELDS JACKSON, Demopolis, Ala. 
WALTER L. JACKSON, Kappa Alpha, High Point. 
ELOISE JACOBI, Wilmington. 



SIMON ARTHUR JACOBSON, Spofford, N. H. 
ALBERT WARREN JAMES, JR., Laurinburg. 
LENUE TYSON JAMES, Winston-Salem. 
LESLIE HUGH JENKINS. Bryson City. 



HAROLD HUBERT JETER, JR., Phi Gamma Delta, 

Florence, S. C. 
CHARLES M. JOHNSON, Raleigh. 
DOROTHY WILLIAMS JOHNSON, Fayetteville. 

EDWARD ROYCE JOHNSON, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Greensboro. 



ERIC JOHNSON, Durham. 

GEORGE JOHNSON, Phi Delta Theta, Wilmington. 
JOSEPH MILTON JOHNSON, Sanford. 
RICHARD EARL JOHNSON, Winston-Salem. 



VICTOR LYNN JOHNSON, Ashevill.-. 
WALTER SCHOLL JOHNSON, Concord. 
CLYDE WAYNE JONES, Badin. 
DANIEL S. JONES, Durham. 



DAVID CROCKETT JONES, JR., Harlan, Ky. 

JAMES MARSHALL JONES, Marshville. 

JOSEPH FREEMAN JONES, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Winston-Salem. 

ROY WINFRED JONES, Flat Rock. 







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WILLIAM BAIN JONES, Badin. 

WILLIAM M. JORDAN, Fay. 

THOMAS MURPHY JORDAN, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Fayetteville. 

BENJAMIN HARRIS JOSEPHSON. Tau Epsilon Phi, 
Weldon. 



EDWARD GREY JOYNER, JR.. Alpha Tau Omega, Wilson. 
JAMES JURNEY, Statesville. 
REGGIE KACHIGIAN, Detroit, Mich. 
NICHOLAS KALMAR, Faison. 



JERRY KANTER, Zeta Beta Tau, Kinston. 

BERTHA KAPLAN, Durham. 

LEONARD JEROME KAPLAN, Pi Lambda Phi, High 
Point. 

JOHN E. KAPP, Winston-Salem. 



CHARLES CROUCH KAUFFMAN, JR., Charlotte. 

MARGARET ANN KEEN, Alpha Delta Pi, Macon, Ga. 

ANDREW MOORE KEENAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Columbia, S. C. 

JAMES ARTHUR KEIGER, Sigma Chi, Asheville. 



HILARY BURNETTE KELLEY, Henderson. 
ROBERT Y. KELLY, Kappa Sigma, Gastonia. 
BERUARD ALLEN KEMP, Hendersonville. 
RICHARD CARTLEDGE KENNEDY, Washington. 



ROZELLE KENNEDY, Greensboro. 
GEORGE B. KENYON. Charlotte. 
ISABEL DABNEY KERR, Alexandria. Va. 
KEMPER LEE KIGER, Rural Hall. 



ROBERT AYERS KILLEFFER, Phi Delta Theta, 
Crestwood, N. Y. 

BILLY 0. KILLIAN, Conover. 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH KIMZEY, Brevard. 

JOHN RUTLEDGE KING, Beta Theta Pi. Kingsport. Tenn. 



JOHN H. KINSEY, Lambda Chi Alpha. Fort Lauderdale 

Fla. 
WALLACE HINES KIRBY. Pi Kappa Alpha, Roxboro. 
ROBERT EDWARD KIRKLAND, Zeta Psi, Wilson. 
GUY C. KIRKMAN, JR., Charlotte. 



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L. ELIZABETH KISER. Delta Delta Delta. Raleigh. 
BEN D. KISTLER. JR., Greensboro. 
LAWRENCE JEROME KLOSTERMAN, LaVale, Md. 
ANN COOPER KNIGHT. Chi Omega. Tampa, Fla. 



EDITH KNIGHT, Alexandria, Va. 

JOE L. KNIGHT, Lambda Chi Alpha. Winston-Salem. 

NORMAN KOHLER, New York. N. Y. 

GENE FONVIELLE KOONCE, Sigma Chi. Jacksonville. 



ROBERT HENRY KOONTS. Phi Delta Theta, High Point. 

WILLIAM G. KORNEGAY, Warsaw. 

KARL KURBJUN. JR.. Kappa Alpha. Richmond, Va. 

WILLIAM LOCKHART KYLE, JR.. Kappa Sigma. 
Kinston. 



MAR1 TAMA LACY, Hopkinsville. Ky. 

GASPER GARNETT LAMB. Pi Kappa Alpha. Elizabeth 
City. 

WILLIAM A. LAMBERT, Greensboro. 
JOHN GERHARD LAMPE, Chi Psi. Raleigh. 



CLAUDE DILLARD LANCASTER. JR., Sigma Chi, 
New Bern. 

JAMES FRANKLIN LANE, Wilson. 

ROBERT SCOTT LANGLEY, Sigma Chi, Kin-ton. 

HENRY L. LANGSTON, Danville, Va. 



JAMES CONRAD LANIER. JR.. Phi Gamma Delta. 
Greenville. 

LeROY LANIER, Wallace. 
VIOLET LaRUE, Raleigh. 
EDWARD C. LASSITER, Newport News, Va. 



JAMES A. LASSITER. Weldon. 

ANDREW JOSEPH LAVIN, New York, N. Y. 

SIMON S. LAWRENCE. JR.. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
Wilson. 

FERD OLBERT LAWSON, Zeta Psi, Sumter, S. C. 



JOSEPH CLARENCE LEARY, Sigma Nu, Edenton. 
CHARLES BURKHEAD LEDBETTER, Raleigh. 
ROBERT WILLIAM LEDBETTER. Morganton. 
CLAUDIA LEE, Marshallville, Ga. 




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JOHN COOK LEE, Sigma Alpha Epsi/on. Marshallvffle, 
Georgia. 

ROBERT E. LEE. Sigma Chi. Raleigh. 

WILLIAM F. LEE, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Goldsboro. 

JOSEPH B. LEFKOWITZ. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Orlando. Fla 



ELIZABETH HOWARD LEGGETT, Delta Delta Delta. 
Annapolis. Md. 

BISHOP CURTIS LEONARD. JR.. Zeta I J si. Salisbury. 
COLBERT BLAIR LEONARD. Chapel Hill. 
GILBERT GARY LEONARD. Peachland. 



JEAN MARIE LESTER, St. Petersburg. Fla. 
A. BRUCE LEVIN, Winston-Salem. 
\1.\ [S T. LEWALLEN, Winston-Salem. 
IRA OSBORNE LEWIS. Marshallberg. 



WILLIAM KEE L1FSEY. JR., Norlina. 

COSTIN LINDSAY. Asheville. 

DAVID MURRAY LINDSAY. Kappa Alpha, High Point. 

JOHN ROBERT LINDSAY. JR., Kappa Alpha, 
Greenville, S. C. 



KENNETH CHARLES LINEBACK. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES R. LINYILLE. Winston-Salem. 

H LER R. LISK. Alpha Tau Omega. Asheboro. 

DANIEL M. LIPMAN. Beaufort. 



EDWIN WHITE LITAKER, Monroe. 
DANIEL LABAN LITTLE. Albemarle. 
EDWARD MASON LITTLE. Greensboro. 
WILLIAM B. LITTE, Kappa Sigma. Wadesboro. 



THOMAS A. LOCKHART. Charlotte. 
MICHAEL LOFTIS, Greenbelt. Md. 
BETTY MARIE LONG. Salisbury. 
CHARLES 0. LONC, Thomasville. 



WILLIAM G. LONG. Zeta Psi, Garysburg. 

ROBERT CHARLES LOLDERMILK, Chi PI, 
Ga. 



NICHOLAS ARMISTEAD LOVE. Phi Ga 
Raleigh. 

MAURICE JACK LOWE, Liberty. 



Atlanta. 
ma Delta. 



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RONE PATRICK LOWE. Wadesboro. 

WALTER ARCHELOUS LOWE. Canton. 

CHARLES S. LOWRIMORE. JR.. Phi Kappa Sigma, 
\\ ilmington. 

JOAN LUCAS. St. Petersburg, Fla. 



PEGGY ANN LUCAS. St. Petersburg. Fla. 
WILLIAM THOMAS LUKE, Abbeville. Ga. 
FRITZ BARTLEY LUTHER, Albemarle. 
WILLIAM MAURY LYON, Sigma Chi, Mobile. Ala. 



RUFUS GILBERT LYTCH. Maxton. 

JOHN WAYLANU MADDREY, Sigma Chi, Weldon. 

MARTHA C. MANNING, Plymouth. 

WILLIS MELTON MANNING, JR., Bailey. 



DANIEL SUMMEY MARSHALL. Charlotte. 
ALGER BRYAN MARTIN, JR., Salisbury. 
LESTER P. MARTIN, JR., Moeksville. 
SAMUEL EDGAR MARTIN, Mayodan. 



THOMAS E. MARTIN, Charleston, S. C. 
I WIKS ARTHUR MASHBURN, Troy. 
AUGUSTUS J. MASON, Edenton. 
EFFIE S. MASON, Gast'onia. 



WILLIAM T. MASON. II. Delta Sigma Pi, Asheville. 
CARL N. MATHIS, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington. 
TROY DACIS MATHIS, Rural Hall. 
DEAN Y. MATTHEWS. Decatur, Ga. 



FRANCIS B. MATTHEWS. Charlotte. 
FRANK J. MATTHEWS. Hemingway. S. C. 
ROBERT HUGH MATTHEWS, Florence, S. C. 
CHARLES U. MAUNEY, Cherryville. 



JAMES LOUIS MAXWELL, JR.. Beta Theta Pi. 
Goldsboro. 

RAYMOND BULLARD MAXWELL. Raeford. 

JOHN AUGUSTUS MAYO. JR.. Phi Gamma Delta. 
Washington. 

DAVID S. Me ADA MS. Burlington. 








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CHARLES OTHANIEL McAFEE, JR., Macon, Ga. 

james l. McAllister, jr., R ope r. 

MURRAY DAVID McCAIN, Newport. 
ANDREW FRANCIS McCALL. Laurinburg. 



RUTH McCANN, Asheville. 

WILLIAM MARVIN McCAULEY, Chapel Hill. 

DANIEL W. McCLAIN. Lambda Chi Alpha, Kure's Beach. 

VAN PATRICK McCLELLAN, Anderson, S. C. 



BRANTLEY AYCOCK McCOY. JR.. Chapel Hill. 

LEO PATRICK McCURNIN, JR., Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
New Orleans, La. 

ELIZABETH McDONALD, Gastonia. 

JOHN SHERWOOD McDUFFIE, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Miami, Fla. 



WILLIAM G. McFADDEN, Sigma Chi, Morganlon. 
WILBUR G. McFARLAND, Brevard. 
EDWARD LEWIS McGEE, Sigma Chi, Hamlet. 
JACK EUGENE McGEE, Winston-Salem. 



GILBERT L. McGILL. Baltimore, Md. 
THOMAS JEROME McGINN, Sigma A«. Savannah. Ga. 
MARY HARPER McGOUGAN, Lumber Bridge. 
FRANKLIN BOYD McGUIRE, Asheville. 



WILLARD LYNN McINTOSH, Greensboro. 
SAM STEWART McKEEL, Walstonburg. 
JEAN McKEITHAN, Bethesda, Md. 
PECGY ANN McKINLEY. Kannapolis. 



PHILLIP McKINNE, Louisburg. 
GEORGE WILLIAM McKINNEY, High Point. 
NORWOOD E. McLAMB, Benson. 
WILLIAM LENTIS McLAURIN, Raleigh. 



WALTER JOSEPH McLAWHORN, Washington. 

EDGAR ALEXANDER McLEAN, Winston-Salem. 

JAMES DICKSON McLEAN. Phi Gamma Delia, 
Lumberton. 

GEORGE RALEIGH McLEOD. Phi Kappa Sigma. Durham. 



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JOSEPH B. McLEOD, Chi Phi. Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

WILLIAM H. McLEOD, Monroe. 

KATHERINE CLIFTON McMILLAN. Alpha Delta Pi, 
Laurinlmrg. 

ROBERT S. McNEELL, JR.. Alpha Tau Omega. Mocksville. 



PATRICIA McNUTT, Greensboro. 
JOHN D. McPHAUL. Delta Sigma Pi, Red Springs. 
YANCEY LEONARD MEDLIN, Oteen. 
CULBRETH YOUNG MELTON, Durham. 



PAUL WARREN MENGEL. Delta Kappa Epsilun, 
New Bern. 

JOHN B. MERRITT, Greensboro. 
LILLIAN VERNELL MESSICKS. Durham. 
ALICE MIDDLETON. Sumter. S. C. 



WOODFORD R. MIDDLETON. JR.. Winston-Salem. 
WILLIAM GRAY MILLER, Winston-Salem. 
ROBERT LeROY MILKS, Greensboro. 
MAHLON R. MILLER, Allentown, Pa. 



MARJORIE LOUISE MILLER. Boone. 

ROBERT CRAIG MILLER. Raleigh. 

WILLIAM HOUSTON MILLER. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Greenville, S. C. 

JAMES IRVIN MILLHOUSE. Wilson. 



STEPHEN PERRY MILLIKIN. Zeta Psi, Halifax. 

JACK HOWIE MILNE. Phi Gamma Delta, Toms Ri 
N. J. 

GEORGE C. MITCHELL, Wake Forest. 



JOHN JOEL MITCHELL, Gary. 



THOMAS A. MITCHELL, Greensboro. 

EDWARD C. MITCHEM, JR., Brevar.l. 

WILLIAM CABOT MONK, Phi Delta Theta. Fanmillr. 

FRANK EUGENE MONTGOMERY. Wilmington. 



CLYDE THOMAS MOODY. JR., Spring Hope. 

JOSEPH RICHARD MOON, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Burlington. 

ARMISTED McKEE MOORE, Troy. 

DOVER GLADSTONE MOORE, Kappa Alpha, Greenville 
S. C. 




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JAMES DONALD MOORE, Asheville. 
JOHN R. MOORE, Tryon. 
LEWIS D. MOORE, Turkey. 
MARTHA BINFORD MOORE. Weldon. 



PRISCILLA LANE MOORE. Alpha Gamma Delia, Tryon. 
WILLIAM K. MOORE. Louisville, Ky. 
WILLIAM L. MOORE. Greensboro. 
ROY C. MOOSE. Mooresville. 



ERNEST McKINLEY MORGAN. JR., Charlotte. 
EUGENE CALDWELL MORGAN. Lunenburg. Va. 
ASHLEY CARLYLE MORRIS. Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 
JESSE CARR MORRIS. JR.. Raleigh. 



OLIVER DUNCAN MORRIS, Albemarle. 
RALPH DAVENPORT MORRIS, JR., Orlando. Fla. 
HAROLD MILTON MORROW, Phi Delia Theta, Charlotte. 
LEON RUDOLPH MORSE. Tau Epsilon Phi, Wilmington. 



HENRY EDWIN MORTON. Faison. 
MORRIS DAVIS MOSER, King. 
DAVID SAMUEL MOSS, Zebulon. 
JIM BAKER MOSS, Texarkana, Texas. 



PATRICIA MARY MU1RHEAD, Durham. 

JAMES RALPH MULLIS, Harmony. 

GEORGE W. MUNFORD, JR., Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 

JOSEPH ELBERT MURPHY, Pi Kappa Alpha, College 
Park, Ga. 



WILLIAM C. MURPHY, Kenly. 

RUSSELL WILLIAM MURPHY, Burlington. 

WILLIAM E. MURRAY. Hertford. 

RIMAN ELLWOOD MUTH, Hilton Village, Virginia. 



ELIZABETH TRAVIS MYATT, Goldsboro. 

HOWARD LEO MYERS, Phi Mu Alpha, Winston-Salen 

KATHERINE MYERS, Norfolk, Va. 

CORT MONROE NANCE, JR., Florence, S. C. 



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DAVID LEO NANCE, Chadboum. 

JAMES RAYMOND NANCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Asheboro. 

JOE RICHARD NANTZ. Mooresville. 

VIRGINIA NASH. Raleigh. 



GEORGE RAYMOND NASSIF, Laurinburg 
CAROLYN F. NEAL. Gastonia. 
MARY BREVARD NEELY. Asheboro. 
HELEN NEIGHBOURS. StephenviUe, Texas. 



E. LIONEL NELSON, Oteen. 
MALCOLM C. NELSON. Troy. 
ROLLA C. NELSON, Grantsburg, 111. 
ROBERT W. NEWELL. Greensboro. 



GENE NEWTON. Kappa Alpha, Shelby. 
SHIRLEY VIRGINIA NEWSOM, Jacksonville. Fla. 
KEMP PRUDEN NIXON, Kappa Alpha. Lincolnton. 
NANCY MORTON NORMAN. Asheville. 



LOUIS JEROME NORRIS. Morehead City. 

MARJORIE ANGELA NORRIS, Delta Delta Delta, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

HARRY C. NORTHROP. Kappa Alpha. Charlotte. 
ESTON G. NORWOOD. JR.. Bennettsville. S. C. 



JOHN SPICER NORWOOD. Kappa Sigma. Winston-Salen 
LEWIS T. NUNNELEE, Phi Gamma Delta. Washington. 
CAMERON M. NUTTALL. Charlotte. 
DANIEL NYIMICZ, Rahway, N. J. 



COUNCILMAN ODELL, Bonlee. 

EMILY CAROLYN OGBURN, Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM ANDERSON OLSEN, JR.. Kappa Sigma. 
Chapel Hill. 

WHITTINGTON BONNETT O'NEAL. Delta Sigma Pi. 
Durham. 



JOHN EDWARD ORR, Phi Gamma Delta. Vsheville. 
BYRON M. OSBORNE, JR., Asheville. 
ROBERT VICTOR OSBORNE. Charlotte. 
FRANK REDDING OWEN. JR.. Gibsonville. 








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.1. RICHARD OWEN. JR., Hamlet. 

EDWARD PAUL OWENS, JR.. Phi Delia Theta, 
Elizabeth City. 

ROBERT ALLISON PAIT, Delta Sigma Pi, Hamlet. 
M. EDNA PALMER. Elizabeth City. 



ARTHUR NICHOLAS PAPPAS. Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Winston-Salem. 

ALEX A. PARAMORE. Fuquay Springs. 
DON RALPH PARDUE, Roaring River. 
WARREN H. PARDUE. Ronda. 



ROBERT STANLEY PARHAM. Henderson. 
OLIVER JOHNSON PARIS. Graham. 
JAMES C. PARKE. JR.. Conway. 
ANN VIRGINIA PARKER. Raleigh. 



JAMES HOWARD PARKER. Tarhoro. 
MARION H. PARKER. Moultrie. Ga. 
RALPH W. PARKS, JR.. Elkin. 
HERBERT DEAN PARRIS. Clyde. 



EDWIN PATE, JR., Kappa Sigma. Laurinbu 
RICHARD F. PATTERSON. JR.. Kannapolis 
WILLIAM K. PAYEFF. Aiken. S. C. 
MARTHA DAN PAYNE, Greenville, S. C. 



WILLIAM STANLEY PEARCE. Raleigh. 
WILLIAM PEARSON, Statesville. 
REIGH EDWARD PECK. Danville. Va. 
JAMES HAROLD PEEDIN, JR.. Selma. 



MARY PEGRAM. Ashevffle. 
ELIZABETH HOLT PEIRSON. Raleigh. 
NANCY R. PENDLETON. Elizabeth City. 
GLENN H. PENINGER. JR.. Mt. Pleasant. 



MARGUERITE PENNINGTON, Goldsboro. 

BETTY RUTH PERKINSON, Rocky Mount. 

JOHN 0. PERRITT, JR.. Rocky Mount. 

CARL DAVID PERRY. Phi Kappa Tau, Schoolfield, \ a. 



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NICHOLAS MASSENBURG PERRY, Louisburg. 
WILLIAM S. PERRY. Charlotte. 
WALTER ALLEN PETERSON. JR.. Yanceyville. 
WILLIAM JERRY PETTICREW. Reidsville. 



JOHN MINNICK PFAUTZ. III. Delta Psi. Philadelphia. Pa. 

ALLEN C. PHILLIPS, Fredericksburg. Va. 

GUION LEXIE PHILLIPS. Phi Kappa Sigma. Spartanburg. 
S. C. 

GUY McDONALD PHILLIPS, Toecane. 



HARRY F. PHILLIPS. Burlington. 
HELEN WILSON PHILLIPS, Chapel Hill. 
HERBERT ORLANDAH PHILLIPS, Morehead City. 
RALPH ADOLPHUS PHILLIPS, Scotland Neck. 



ROBERT MARVIN PHILLIPS. Kappa Alpha. Birmingham. 
Ala. 

WELLBORN CLARK PHILLIPS, Kappa Alpha. Orlando. 
Fla. 

CREEL ALLEN PICKEL. Phi Eta Sigma. Pon.a City. 
Okla. 

FRED P. PIERCE, Catawba. 



SHIRLEY STUART PIERCE, Colerain. 

MARSHALL HENRY PINNIX. Delta Sigma Pi. Oxford. 

JOHN THOMAS PITTMAN. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Sanford. 



MAR.IORIE K. PLESS, Marion. 



ROBERT JOHNSTON PLUMB. Alpha Tan Omega, 
Washington. D. C. 

WATTS DIXON POE. Beta Theta Pi. Chapel Hill. 
JANE McDONALD POINTER, Raleigh. 
BARBARA ANN POPE, Raleigh. 



FARREL FRANKLIN POTTS. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
Mooresville. 

MARY LOUISE POWE. Alpha Delta Pi. Durham. 

JOSEPH CLARENCE POWELL. JR.. Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Greensboro. 

NELSON SHERRILL POWELL. Lenoir. 



PETER W. PRICE, New York, N. Y. 
CECILIA M. PRICE. Raleigh. 
WILLIAM 0. PRESCOTT, Conyers, Ga. 
HARRY C. PRATT, Bradenton, Fla. 




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WILLIAM ASHFORD PRINCE. JR., Lambda Chi Alpha, 

Hendersonville. 
WILLIAM G. PRITCHARD. Chapel Hill. 
FOLSOM C. PROCTOR, Charlotte. 

JAMES KNOTT PROCTOR. JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Greenville. 



ANNIE CORDELL PUETT, Dallas. 

V. WATSON PUGH. JR., Raleigh. 

JOHN McNEILL PULLIAM, Winston-Salem. 

EDWARD SPENCER QUALLS, JR.. Boone. 



BONNIE QUAY, Harrisburg. 
LAWRENCE TALMADGE QUEEN. Troutman. 
HOWARD JAMES QUINN. Jacksonville. 
MARTHA RAINSFORD, Edgefield. S. C. 



HAYDEN MONROE RATTLEDGE, Elkin. 
REGINALD RAWLS, Woodland. 
DAVID J. RAY, Hillsboro. 
CLAUDE H. RANBORN. Greensboro. 



ERNEST M. REAGAN. JR., Weaverville. 
DANIEL H. REAVES, Graham. 
HENRY EDMUNDS REDD, Chatham. Va. 
JAMES G. REEVES, Reidsville. 



HELEN ANNE REID. Thomasville. 

HARVEY CHESTER RENN, Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 
WILLIAM JOSEPH REYNOLDS. Bloomfield, N. J. 
WILLIE MARJORIE RIDDICK. Scotland Neck. 



THOMAS McNAIR RIDDLE, Sanford. 
GEORGE L. RIGHTS, Winston-Salem. 
LOUIS CHARLES RIGHTS, JR.. Winston-Salem. 
STAMEY CLAY RIPPLE, JR., Winston-Salem. 



JAMES C. RITTENHOUSE, Hillsboro. 

FRANK GOODRICH ROBERTS. Swannanoa. 

JAMES W. ROBERTSON, Burlington. 

WALTER COLIN ROBERTSON, JR., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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BILL JONES ROBINSON. Chi Psi. North Wilkesboro. 

CLAYTON ROLAND ROBINSON, Sigma Nu. Phi Eta 

Sigma, Norfolk, V'a. 

DAVID J. ROBINSON, Delta Sigma Pi. Winston-Salem. 
FRANKLIN L. ROBINSON, Cana. 



HERMAN H. ROBINSON. Elizabethtown. 
NEWTON J. ROBINSON. JR.. Raleigh. 
WALTER ROBINSON. Tan Epsilon Phi. Brooklyn. N. Y. 
CHARLES C. ROGERS, JR.. Boone. 



LEAMON ELWOOD ROGERS. Phi Gamma Delta. 
W ilmington. 

MARY CAROLYN ROPER. Lincolnton. 

SHELLEY MOSELEY ROPER, Lincolnton. 

DeWITT TALMADGE ROSE. JR.. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Winston-Salem. 



WELLS B. ROSE, Phi Kappa Sigma. Wadesboro. 
JOHN CARL ROSSER. Broadway. 
TROY WORTH ROUSE, JR., Greenville. 
KATHERINE WADDELL ROYALL. Goldsboro. 



WARREN JAY RUBIN. Tau Epsilon Phi. Peekskill, N. Y. 

ROBERT L. RUDD, Hurtlles Mill. 

WILLIAM CAIN RUFFIN, JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

WILLIAM G. RUMFELT. Gastonia. 



EUGENE FIELDS RUSSELL. Goldsboro. 
JOHN RUSSELL. Kinston. 
ARNOLD M. RYDER. Jamaica, N. Y. 
WILLIAM EUGENE RYON. Asheville. 



DONALD PROCTOR SANDERS. Alpha Chi Sigma. 
Lumberton. 

EMILE MITCHELL SALEEBY. Delta Sigma Pi, 
Wilmington. 

CAMPBELL SANDERS. Phi Gamma Delta. Charleston. 
S. C. 

JOHN LASSITER SANDERS, Four Oaks. 



ELIZABETH GRAY SANDERS. Lumberton. 
RAYMOND LESTER SARBAUGH, Lumberton. 
VENITAH SANDERS. Alpha Delta Pi. Chapel Hill. 
HI NCAN ROBERTSON ST. CLAIR. Chi Psi, Charlotte. 




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EVERETTE B. SASLOW, Zeta Beta Tau, Greensboro. 

GEORGE GRANVAL SATTERFIELD. Burlington. 

JOE WINDLEY SATTERTHWAITE, Kappa Alpha. 
New Bern. 

WILLIAM LEE SAUNDERS. Sigma Chi, Jamestown. 



HARRY PAUL SAVAS, Phi Kappa Sigma, High Point. 

HUGH E. SAWYER, Phi Kappa Sigma. Merritt. 

ROBERT ELI SCARBOROUGH, Raleigh. 

JOSEPH MELVIN SCHAFER. Zeta Beta Tau, Little Rock, 
S. C. 



DAVID SCHENCK. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greensboro. 
EVERETT HOYLE SCHULTZ, Winston-Salem. 
DONALD BRUCE SCOTT, Washington. 
LUDWIG GASTON SCOTT, Burlington. 



GARLAND MARION SCRUGGS, Greensboro. 

ELIAS VICTOR SEIXAS. JR., Chi Psi, Philadelphia 
Penn. ■ 

NORMAN FAUCETTE SELF, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Burlington. 

IRL T. SELL, Wilmington. 



ERIC SLOAN SELLERS, Cherryville 
RUSSELL LEE SENTER, Raleigh. 
ALEXANDER SESSOMS, Chapel Hil 
BEN ROWLAND SETZER, Lenoir. 



HUGH IVOR SETZER. JR., Newton. 
WAYNE D. SETZER, Claremont. 
ARTHUR SHAIN, Wilmington. 
HILDA SHARKEY, Chapel Hill. 



ALICE VAUGHAN SHARP, Jacksonville. Fla. 

EUGENE B. SHARPE, Greensboro. 

JAMES A. SHAVER, Asheville. 

HAROLD MACPHERSON SHAW, JR., RidgewoocI, N. J. 



CHRISTOPHER JAMES SHAY. JR.. Phi Kappa Psi, 
Philadelphia. Penn. 

RAYMOND MARTIN SHEELY, Phi Delta Theta, Elizabeth 
City. 

REUBEN C. SHELTON, JR., Charlotte. 

ALLEN PHIPPS SHERMAN. Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 



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ARNOLD PINCKNEY SHERRILL. Lenoir. 
SIDNEY C. SHERTZER, Newark. N. J. 
MARY BATES SHERWOOD. Raleigh. 
DONALD G. SHIELDS. Torrington. Conn. 



RAYMOND D. SHIPLETT, Chi Phi, Boynton Beach, Fla. 
WILLIAM ALAN SHOLAR. Phi Kappa Sigma, Lenoir. 
WILLIAM S. SHRAGO. Zeta Beta Tau, Goldsboro. 
J. BROOKS SHUPING, Greensboro. 



JOHN W. SIDES, Chi Phi, Albemarle. 

MERCER WARD SIMMONS. Greenville. 

C. J. WEAVER SIMPSON. Chapel Hill. 

JOHN BURNS SIMPSON. JR.. Phi Kappa Alpha. Monroe. 



ROBERT F. SIMPSON. Chi Phi. Fayetteville. 
WILLIAM LEE SINK, Thomasville. 
WILLIAM R. SNIPES. Troutman. 
HARRIET ANNE SIPPLE. Orlando, Florida. 



DONALD E. SKAKLE. Waltham. Ma-. 
WILLIAM KIVET SLACK, Henderson. 
MARY GLEN SLATER. Wilson. 
JOHN ALLISON SLOPP. Salisbury. 



JEPTHA THOMAS SMATHERS, Canton. 
BARBARA A. SMITH, Raleigh. 
BEVERLY J. SMITH, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
CHARLES H. SMITH. Shaw, Miss. 



DENNIS SMITH, Snow Hill. 

HENRY' MASON SMITH. Kappa Alpha. Tampa. Florida. 

JESSE E. SMITH. Winston-Salem. 

MARY JANICE SMITH. Youngsville. 



MILES JAMES SMITH. JR.. Kappa Alpha. Salisbury. 

ODEL ALDEN SMITH. Angier. 

RALPH K. SMITH. Chapel Hill. 

ROBERT KENAN SMITH, Kappa Alpha. Barton. Fla. 




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ROBERT YANK SMITH, JR., Phi Gamma Delta. 
Burlington. 

STANLEY SMITH, JR., Asheboro. 

WAITSEL BURGESS SMITH, Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir. 

WILLIAM CARR SMITH, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilson. 



WILLIAM HAROLD SMITH, JR.. Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Florence, S. C. 

JACK LLOYD SNIPES, Kappa Sigma, Hillsboro. 
CHARLES GOODRICH SNOW, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 
DONALD J. SNOW, Washington, D. C. 



ROBERT HENRY SNOW. Siloam. 
HARRY R. SNOWDEN, JR., Flushing, N. Y. 
WILLIAM KITT SNYDER, Angier. 
DAVID E. SOBEL, New York, N. Y. 



JAMES EARL SOMERS, Sigma Chi, Burlington. 

JEAN COURTNEY SOMERVELL, Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Durham. 

BURTON SPARER, New York, N. Y. 
JANE M. SPARROW, Chapel Hill. 



JAMES H. SPEARS, Fayetteville. 
JAMES ROBERT SPENCE, Lillington. 
SAMUEL McKNITT SPRINGS, JR., Charlotte. 
CHARLES KENNETH SPRUILL. Mt. Olive. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS SPURLIN. JR.. Alpha Tan Onu 
New York, N. Y. 

AMOS MOREHEAD STACK, Alpha Tau Omega, Red 
Springs. 

CHARLES CLAUD STAMEY, Fallston. 

LEE ROY STANLEY, Kappa Sigma, Reidsville. 



CHARLES R. STARLING, StatesviHe. 
WILLIAM CLARENDON STEADMAN, Pinetops. 
JONATHAN EDWIN STEED, Richlands. 
HOKE H. STEELMAN, Delta Sigma Pi, Boone. 



STEPHEN STEFANOU, JR., Jacksonville. 
MELVIN STEINBERG, Montgomery, Alabama. 
ROBERT EARL STELLING. Charleston, S. C. 
RALPH C. STEPHENS, Orrum. 



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HELEN ELIZABETH STEPHENSON, Shelby. 
JAMES PRUDEN STEPHENSON, Severn. 
DAVID BOYETTE STEVENS, Kappa Alpha, Augusta, Ga. 
MERLE MARIE STEVENS, Forest City. 



JOHN WESLEY STEWART, JR.. Roanoke, Va. 
RICHARD KENT STEWART. Chapel Hill. 
ROBERTA WRIGHT STIRLING. Portland. Maine. 
SUSANNE STOKES. Raleigh. 



PETER WILSON STRADER, Alpha Tau Omega. 

Sarasota, Fla. 
EDGAR LEROY STRAIN, Rome. Ga. 
JACK D. STRATTON. JR.. Robbinsville. 
HARRY H. STRAW. JR., Baltimore. 



BERWARR JOHN STRONG. Raleigh. 
KENNETH EPHRA1M STROUP, Cherryville. 
BENJAMIN A. SUMMERLIN. JR., Mount Olive. 
LACY SUMMERS, Greensboro. 



CLAUDE S. SUTTON, JR.. Greensboro. 
WILBA C. SUTTON, Newton Grove. 
WILLIAM LUTHER SWAIN, JR., Winston-Salem. 
JOHN B. SWAINSON, Chapel Hill. 

FRED LANE SWARTZBERG. Pi Lambda Phi, High Point. 

ROY EDWARD SWARTZBERG, Tun Epsilon Pi, 

Asheville. 
DAVID HEIDT SWEARINGEN, Durham. 
PAUL STEPHENSON SWOPE, Roanoke. Va. 



WILLIAM EARL SWOPE. JR.. Roanoke. Va. 
LEONARD SZAFARYN, Ambridge. Penn. 
MARY ANN TABER, Lookout Mountain. Tenn. 
PATTERSON H. TALLEY, Danville, Va. 



SIMPSON BOBO TANNER. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Rutherfortlton. 

CHARLES GORDON TATE. JR.. Alpha Tau Omega, 
Morganton. 

LINDSAY TATE, Charlotte. 

WILLIAM MANSON TATE. Kappa Alpha, Pinehurst. 




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WILLIAM THOMAS TATE, Marion. 
CARTER TAYLOR, Charlotte. 
DYER J. TAYLOR. Washington. D. C. 
JAMES G. TAYLOR, Cumberry. 



JOHN CARLTON TAYLOR. Greenvil 
LON W. TAYLOR, Washington. 
NELSON W. TAYLOR, III, Beaufort. 
RACHEL TAYLOR. Nashville, Tenn. 



RICHARD FRANKLIN TAYLOR. Raleigh. 
RICHARD HARDY TAYLOR. Snow Hill. 
JAMES M. TERESI, Milledgeville, Ga. 
LOI IS HOWARD THACKER, Greensboro. 



JOSEPH HOWARD TH1GPEN, Williamston. 
MASON PAGE THOMAS, Siler City. 
RICHARD HERBERT THOMAS, Richmond, Va. 
BIJRRUS ALFRED THOMPSON, Lowell. 



SAMUEL J. THOMPSON. Sigma Chi, Graham. 

WILLIAM BROWN THOMPSON. Alpha Tau Omega. 
Oneco, Fla. 

HOLLIE W. THORN, Lake Wales, Fla. 
MARY LEAH THORNE, Farmville. 



TAYLOR T. THORNE, Delta Sigma Pi, Rocky Mount. 

GEORGE EDGAR THORNTON. Sigma Chi, Onion Spring 
Ala. 

HENRIETTA W. THORP. Rocky Mount. 

WILLIAM LEWIS THORP. JR., Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Rocky Mount. 



HAROLD E. THREATT, Fayetteville. 

JERRY FREDRICK TOOLS. Chi Psi, Miami. F!a. 

NED CALVIN TOWELL. Mooresville. 

FERRIS TREME, Welsh, La. 



WILLIAM G. TREXLER, JR., Asheboro. 
GENEVIEVE M. TROTT. Newton. 
JOSEPH LEON TROUTMAN. Salisbury. 
AVERY HOYLE TROXLER. Greensboro. 



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HARRY GEORGE TSUMAS. Statesville. 
ERNEST WATSON TUCKER, Greensboro. 
GEORGE F. TUCKER. Whitakers. 
LEONARD TUFTS. Pinehurst. 



SARA CATHERINE TURLINGTON. Dunn. 
HARVEY WILLIAM TURNAGE. Sigma Nu, Greenville. 
EUGENE H. TURNER. Phi Delta Theta, Laurinburg. 
EDMUND T. TURNLEY. Rocky Mount. 



NORFLEET E. UMSTEAD, Bahama. 
THOMAS M. URQUHART. Kappa Alpha, Woodville. 
CLAUDE CHARLES VACHE, Franklin, Va. 
WILLIAM PAUL VAN HOY, Union Grove. 



LEE E. VAN WINKLE, Sanford. 

ROBERT H. VAUGHN, Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES SCOTT VENABLE. Sigma Nu, Willingford. 
Penn. 

TOM A. VESTAL. Phi Delta Theta. Rocky Mount. 



JOSEPH T. VIVERETTE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Battleboro. 

LAWRENCE S. VIVERETTE. Battleboro. 

JAMES BREVARD VOGLER, JR.. Delta Sigma Pi, 
Charlotte. 

CHARLES SEBASTIAN VOIGT, JR.. Phi Delta Theta. 
Washington, D. C. 



JOHN D. VON CANON, Sanford. 

WARREN E. WALDEN. Greensboro. 

JAMES LEWIS WALDRON. Phi Delta Theta. Columbus 
Ga. 

JOSEPH COMPTON WALKER. Hillsboro. 



RICHARD ISLEY WALKER, Winston-Salem. 

RICHARD TOWNSHEND WALL, Henderson. 

THEODORE RALEIGH WALL. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Greensboro. 

RICHARD DAVID WALLACK, Pi Lambda Phi. Milford. 
Conn. 



RUTH MARIE WALLS, Bristol, Tenn. 

HENRY C. WALTERS, Jamesville. 

HOWARD W. WALTERS, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Ocala, 
Fla. 

DONALD MALLARD WARD. Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Goldsboro 




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JACK KURFEES WARD, Mocksville. 
RAYMOND SLEDGE WARD, Nashville. 
WILLIAM FARRIOR WARD, JR., New Bern. 
HAROLD LAWRENCE WARNER. Walkertown. 



HORACE GRAY WARNER. Walkertown. 

EDWARD R. WARREN. JR.. Goldsboro. 

JOHN FRANK WARREN, Graham. 

ROBERT C. WARREN. Alpha Tau Omega, Goldsboro. 



WILLIAM ELLIS WATERS. Roanoke Rapids. 
ROTCHER H. WATKINS. JR.. Phi Delta Theta. Durha 
MARY FRANCIS WATSON. Raleigh. 
JOHN C. WATSON, Greensboro. 



BYNUM E. WEATHERS. JR.. Shelby. 
WILLIAM F. WATSON. Chapel Hill. 
ROBERT WATSON. JR.. Winston-Salem. 
\1.\IA D. WEAVER. Four Oaks. 



MARY ELIZABETH WEBB, Bristol, Tenn. 

WESLEY B. WEBB, Macclesfield. 

PERCY C. WEEKS, JR.. Clinton. 

HARVEY J. WEINSTEIN. Tau Epsilon Phi. New York 
City, N. Y. 



MM RICE MORTON WEINSTEIN. Greensboro. 
M. JERRY WEISS, Chase City, Va. 
MARGARET ANNE WELLS. Milledgeville. Ga. 
WALTER B. WELLS. Mt. Holly. 



EDWIN MORTON WESS, New York, N. Y. 

JOHN W. WEST, JR., Waynesville. 

MELVIN WESTREICH. Pi Lambda Phi, Keyport, N. J. 

GEORGE BETTON WHITAKER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Winston-Salem. 



ROBERT C. WHITAKER. Wilmington. 
ATLAS THOMAS WHITE. Phi Delta Theta. Ellerbe. 
GEORGE THOMAS WHITE. Hamptonville. 
HENRY ALEXANDER WHITE. Edenton. 



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NATHANIEL S. WHITE. JR.. Birmingham. Ala. 
WILLIAM C. WHITE. Kappa Sigma, Taylorsville. 
RAYMOND C. WHITEHURST, Jackson. 
FRANCIS A. WHITESIDE. Kappa Sigma, Gastonia. 



BOBBY CAROL WHITESIDE. Gastonia. 
LUTHER MARTIN WHITLEY, Chi Psi, Walstonburg 
BURTON M. WHITSETT. Winston-Salem. 
EUGENE CLAYTON WICKER. Sanford. 



WARREN JAKE WICKER, Sanford. 
JOHN LAWRENCE WIDMAN, JR.. Asheville. 
WILLIAM BRYANT WILDER, Cary. 
ALAN H. WILEY. Springfield. Mass. 



WILLIAM BRITTAIN WILK1E. Spruce Pine. 

DUKE CLIFFORD WILLARD, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Winston-Salem. 

FOREST RAY WILLARD. High Point. 
H. SMITH WILLIAMS. Yadkinville. 



JEAN McCULLOCH WILLIAMS. Bluefield, W. Va. 

JOHN R. WILLIAMS, Landi-. 

MARY LOU WILLIAMS, ReidsviUe. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER WILLIAMS. JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Monroe. 



ROGER LeROY WILLIAMS. JR.. La Grange. 

THURMAN WILLIAMS. JR.. Delta Kappa Epsilon, 

Fayetteville. 
WILEY JULIAN WILLIAMS, Hamlet. 

WILLIAM FRANK WILLIAMSON. JK.. Sigma Chi, 
Elizabethtown. 



JAMES CHAMPION WILSON. Winston-Salem. 

N. WARREN WILSON. Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington. 

HARRt K. W1NECOFF. Concord. 

K U i:\I.DW F.I.I. \\ INECOFF, Concord. 



JAMES TROY WINFREY. Walnut Cove. 
GRACE HOWLAND WTNSLOW. Tarhoro. 
RICHARD L. WOFFORD, ReidsviUe. 
WILLIAM R. WOLF, Ml. Carmel, III. 




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ELINOR SPOTSWOOD WOLTZ, Raleigh. 
BILL'S F. WOOD, Graham. 
GILES E. WOOD, JR., Chapel Hill. 



SARAH WOODHLLL. Bethlehem. Perm. 
BERNARD DUKE WOODY. Concord. 
GEORGE W. WOOTEN. Asheville. 



LYMAN GRIFFIS WORTHINGTON, Micro. 
WARREN GAMELIA WRIGHT. Mars Hill. 
THORNTON H. YANCEY, Oxford. 



LESLIE P. YELVERTON. Fountain. 
MARJORIE Y. YOKLEY. Mt. Airy. 
JOHN H. YORK. JR.. Charlotte. 



MELYIN LEE YORK. Reidsville. 

MARTHA B. YORKE. Concord. 

SAMUEL CURTIS YOUNGBLOOD. Alpha Tan Omeg 
W ashington, D. C. 



WILLI AM H. YOUNT. Reidsville. 
GEORGE TURNER YOl NTZ, Southmont. 
JAMES FETZER ZIGLAR. Madison. 




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Seated: Jo West. Chirk Slark • Standing: Paul Nelson, Charlie Smith, Archie Webh. 



Officers 



Charlie Smith 


President 


Archie Webb 


Vice-President 


Jane Bradford 


Secretary 


Paul Nelson .... 


Treasurer 


J o West 


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We looked to our first year and smiled a little at the confusion we saw ... As Sophomores, we no 
longer had fears of being late to that eight o'clock ... no more consulting a football program for the 
players* names . . . more coed phone numbers and week-end memories . . . better quiz grades 
and above all a feeling that we belonged here, and were a part of this crowded whirl called Carolina. 

We became mor3 serious and began choosing our courses with care ... We took part in Sadie 
Hawkins Day and later danced to Vaughn and "Racing with the Moon'* in a packed gym ... We hung 
on the fence and watched the new Planetarium going up . . . hoping we*d get to use it . . . Some of 
us found homes in Victory Village while others cooked and studied in trailers . . . The "new look" slow- 
ly gained our approval as the fashion-wise coeds took over . . . And above it all we learned to sing 
"Hark the Sound" just a little louder ... We took these memories with us as we finished another spring 
quarter and looked toward the summer months . . . Next year we would be back and one step nearer 
that Kenan Stadium graduation . . . Our future as Juniors looked good! 




Sophomore 



CALVIN M. ADAMS. Statesvffle. 

HOLCOMBE CHAMBERS ADAMS, Lynchburg, Va. 

RHEA LANSING ADAMS. Beta Theta Pi, Durham. 

SIMEON HUEY ADAMS, Gastonia. 

TILDON HAROLD ADAMS, Jonesville. 

WILLIAM F. ADCOX, Raeford. 

CHARLES H. ADDERHOLT. Hudson. 

WILLIAM R. ADKINS, JR.. Charlotte. 

DONALD HUGH AHERN. Charlotte. 

JOSEPH LINDSAY ALBRIGHT. Greensboro. 

I. FA I KENNEDY ALDERMAN. JR.. Rose Hill. 

CHARLES H. ALEXANDER. Zeta Psi, Charlotte. 

DON MARSHALL ALEXANDER. Sigma Phi EpsUon, Vsheboro. 

HERBERT E. ALEXANDER. Waterbury, Conn. 

WILLIAM PRESTON ALLAN. Chi Phi, Chapel Hill. 

CARL R. ALLEGOOD. JR.. Greenville. 

FRONTIS CLYDE ALLEN. Charlotte. 

WILLIAM LOCKE ALLISON, JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha, Statesvffle. 

DANIEL ISAAC ALLRED. JR.. Aberdeen. 

COOLEDGE FRANKLIN ALMOND. Albemarle. 

ANDREW ANTHONY ANDREWS. Wilmington. 

HAROLD LEE ANDREWS. Durham. 

WILLIAM EDWARD ANTHONY, Gastonia. 



NATHANIEL LeMASTER ARMISTEAD. JR.. Delta Kappa 
EpsUon, Richmond. \ a. 

IVAN BAKER ARMSTRONG. Kappa Sigma. Raleigh. 

ROBERT A. ARRINGTON. Oxford. 

DAN BELL ASHBY. Chi Psi, Raleigh. 

WALLACE ASHLEY. JR.. Alpha Tau Omega. Smithfield. 

JAMES A. AUSTIN, Ridgewood. N. J. 

J WIES SPENCER AUSTIN. Phi Kappa Sigma, Norfolk. Va. 

WILLIAM BRYANT AUSTIN, JR.. Jefferson. 

ETHRIDGE CLAYTON AVERITT. Fayetteville. 

ERVIN I. BAER, Tan Epsilon Phi, Dunn. 

CHARLES ROBERTS BAILEY. Carthage. 

WILLIAM WILEY BAISE. Raleigh. 

NUMA R. BAKER, JR.. Reidsville. 

WALTER CREDILLE BAKES, Ft. Gaines. Ga. 

RUSSELL EDWARD BALDWIN, Durham. 

RUSSELL G. BALDWIN. Leland. 

WINFIELD MORGAN l!\l.l>\\ IN. JR., Goldsboro. 

DAVID BEACH BALL. Burlington. 

CHARLES A. BALLANCE, Raleigh. 

MARK V. BARKER, JR.. Durham. 

JOHN ROBERTS BARKLEY, Greensboro. 

FRANCIS N. BARNES. Middlesex. 




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WILLIAM ARNOLD BARNES. High Point. 

GEORGE ROBERT BARNETTE. JR.. Phi Delta Theta, 
Washington. Penna. 

HARRY LEE BARNHILL, Wilmington. 

JAMES F. BARR. West Jefferson. 

ALBERT H. BARTH, Hewlett, N. Y. 

PAUL JOSEPH BASCHON, JR.. Wilmington. 

WILLIAM H. RASKIN. III. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Macon. G. 

WILLIAM DONALD BASNIGHT, Chapel Hill. 

THOMAS R. BASS, Newton. 

JOSEPH YARNALL BASSETT, JR.. Asheville. 

ROY N. BATCHELOR. Greenville. 

HARRY SKINNER BATEMAN, Wilson. 

HERBERT BATEMAN. Plymouth. 

LARRY W. BATTLE. Rocky Mount. 

GILBERT R. BEAM. Forest City. 

JAMES E. BEAN, East Bend. 

OTIS C. BEESON, JR., Greenshoro. 

ALBERT J. BEGENDORF, JR.. Charlotte. 

( 11 \RLES EUGENE BEHRENS. Washington. D. C. 

CARL J \MES BELL. Jr., Gastonia. 

ROBERT SAMUEL BELL. JR., Wilmington. 

WILLIAM PAIL BELLE. Alpha Ta„ Omega, Tampa. Fla. 



AROAS EUGENE BENNETT. JR., Winston-Salem. 

MORTON BERGEN. Tau Epsilon Phi, Oxford. 

JOHN ASTOR BERRY. Lynchburg. \ a. 

EDWARD G. BELPUCH, Adah, Penna. 

JOHN I). BIPPART, South Orange. N. J. 

DONALD GORDON BLACK. Stocksville. 

I \MES NORM UN BLACK, JR.. Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro. 

KENNETH CARLYLE BLACK. Pi kappa Alpha. Columbia. S. C. 

WILLIAM D. BLACK, Fayetteville. 

ROY JACKSON BLACKLEY. Hamlet. 

EUGENE DWIGHT BLACKWELDER. Concord. 

DOCTOR FREDERICK BLACKWELL. JR.. Charlotte. 

JOHN MUNGER BLADES. Delta Kappa Epsilon, New Bern. 

THOMAS EDW ARD BLAIR, Charlotte. 

ROCHEL BLAKENEY. Asheville. 

VERNE WAYNE BLALOCK. JR.. Lexington. 

JOHN BURTON BLUE. Laurinburg. 

.1 VMES WILLIAM BUM. Winston-Salem. 

ERNEST BOATMAN, Morristown, Tenn. 

NICK B. BODDIE. JR.. Phi Gamma Delta. Rocky Mount. 

THOMAS EVANS BONEY. Wallace. 

SAM1 EL M. BOONE, Gates. 

SAMUEL VERNON BOONE. JR.. Albemarle. 








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CLIFFORD ALLY N BOOTH. East Orange. N. J. 

STUART OSBORNE BONDURANT. Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem. 

RICHARD WINSTEAD BORDEN. Kappa Sigma. Goldsboro. 

RICHARD B. BOREN. III. Greensboro. 

JOHN ROBERT BORUM. High Point. 

FRANK C. BOSEMAN, Ro.ky Mount. 

MAI RICE BOWDEN. Goltlsboro. 

JOSEPH FRANCIS BOWEN, Greenville. 

RICHARD L. BOWEN, Athens, Ga. 

THOMAS SAMl EL BRADSHAW. Graham. 

CHARLOTTE BRANDENBERGER. Bern. Switzerland. 

JOHN P. BRADY, JR., Asheville. 

ROBERT OTHO BRANNON. Candler. 

JACK RUDISILL BRANTLEY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greensboro. 

JACK L. BRASINGTON. Sigma Chi, Coral Gables. Fla. 

HARVEY M. BRINKLEY. JR., Durham. 

LLOYD BRISSON, Fayetteviile. 

HENRY COWLES BRISTOL. JR.. Statesville. 

WILLIAM DAVID BRITT. Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM F. BROCK, Cana. 

JAMES ALBERT BROCKMAN. Kingsport. Term. 

CHARLIE SHERRILL BROOKS. Biscoe. 



BYNUM R. BROWN, Murfreesboro. 

J. COLVIN BROWN. JR.. Waynesville. 

ROBERT PLEASANT BROWN, Charlotte. 

ROBERT CLAYTON BRUMLEY. Gastonia. 

RICHARD JAMES BR") VNT, Alpha Tan Omega, Gastonia. 

SH \STA MONROE BRYANT. Mount Airy. 

STEPHEN B. BUGHER. JR.. ReidsviUe. 

ALTON C. BUIE, Fayetteviile. 

HOWARD M. BUIE, Fayetteviile. 

FRED BULLUCK. Rorky Mount. 

DWIGHT ELMO BUNN, Wendell. 

ANDREW J. BURGESS. Durham. 

FRED R. BURGESS, South Mills. 

EDWARD CALLOHILL BURKS, Chi Phi. Chapel Hill. 

JAMES RUSSELL BURLESON. Plumtree. 

GILBERT HENRY BURNETT. Burgaw. 

GRADY BURNEY. Charlotte. 

CHRISTOPHER BUSBY, Salisbury. 

BILLY BLAINE BUTLER. Morganton. 

BAXTER HAYES BYERLY. Sigma Chi. Lenoir. 

ROBERT DANIEL BYRD. Burlington. 

ROBERT E. BYRD, Conway. 




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PHILLIP AUGUSTUS CAIN. Gastonia. 

EDWARD NORRIS CALDWELL, Graham. 

ROBERT PLEASANTS CALLAHAN. Asheville. 

SAMUEL J. CALVERT, Norfolk. Va. 

DAVID S. CAMERON, Southern Pines. 

DANIEL GRAHAM CAMPBELL, Lillington. 

JOHN DAVID CAMPBELL. JR.. Kappa Alpha, Shelbj 

ALLAN ROUNTREE CANNON, Burlington. 

WALTER ALVIN CARNES. Greensboro. 

EUGENE S. CARPENTER, Greensboro. 

EDSEL L. CARR, Hillsboro. 

NED ROSS CARRIKER. Matthews. 

COY WALLACE CARSON, Asheville. 

LINDSAY NORTH CASHION. JR.. Winston-Salem. 

LEWIS D. CASSELL, Union, N. J. 

JESSE B. CASTLEBERRY. Clayton. 

WILLIAM CAUBLE. Phi Delia Theta, Hickory. 

ROBERT JOHNSON CHAFFIN. Lillington. 

FOIL V. CHARLES. Mebane. 

JAMES LANDIS CHAVASSE. Sigma Chi, Henderson. 

FOSTER F. CHEEK, Winston-Salem. 

GLEN REID CHEEK. Durham. 

JACK R. CHEEK, Durham. 



ERVIN D. CHERRY. Raleigh. 

NORMAN W. CHESSOM, Roper. 

BERNARD CHI AVERINI, Ambridge, Penna. 

Willi \\l DON VLD CHILDERS, Lenoir. 

WILLIAM N. CHILDRESS, Raleigh. 

CHARLES GRAHAM CLAPP, Biltmore. 

EUGENE M. CLARK, Colerain. 

REBER FIELDS CLARK. JR.. Wilmington. 

CURT S. CLAliSON, Waynesville. 

JOE H. CLAWSON, Phi Kappa Sigma, Lenoir. 

JAMES BOYD CLAYTON. Lexington. 

THOMAS HILL CLAYTON. Chi Psi. Roxboro. 

RICHARD M. CLEGG. Greensboro. 

JOHN L. CLEMENTS. Crewe. Va. 

ROBERT LEE CLOYD. Charlotte. 

DONALD C. COBB, Charlotte. 

THOMAS WORTHY COBLE. Graham. 

HARVEY JAY COHEN. New York City. N. Y. 

RICHARD ALAN COHEN. New York City. N. Y. 

STANLEY COHEN, Tau Epsihm Phi, Chapel Hill. 

FOY ROBERSON COLE, Hillsboro. 

HERMAN PRESTON COLE, Raeford. 






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RUFUS L. COLE, Laurens, S. C. 

FRANK LEWIS COLEMAN. Alpha Tau Omega, Charlotte. 

S. HAMPTON COLEMAN, Chi Psi, Red Springs. 

EDWARD LEE COLEY, Raleigh. 

DAVID L. COLLINS, JR.. Wilson. 

JACK DENNY COLLINS. Sigma Nu, Lumberton. 

REX ATRIS COLLINS, Raleigh. 

DREW WILLIAM COLVARD. Tapoeo. 

DONALD R. CONNOR. JR., Chadbourn. 

JOHN CONSTABLE, JR., Winston-Salem. 

ROBERT ELIHU COOLEY, Wagram. 

JOHN THOMAS COOPER, Vicksburg, Miss. 

WADE THOMAS COOPER. Alpha Tau Omega, Cary. 

EDWARD M. CORDON, Kappa Sigma, Louisville, Ky. 

ANDREW CORNISH, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

HAROLD T. COUCH, Macon, Ga. 

JAMES THOMAS COVINGTON, Kinston. 

TREADWELL DOWNING COVINGTON. Phi Delta Theta. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 
CHARLES FOWLER COWELL, JR.. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

\\ ashington. 
ROBERT S. D. COWLES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Kinston. 
GEORGE HERBERT COY, JR.. Washington. 
WILLIAM FRANK COX. JR.. Chi Psi, Winston-Salem. 



JOHN H. CRABTREE. JR.. Raleigh. 

STUART WARREN CRAMER. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte. 

SAM WYNDHAM CRAVER, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 

BEN C. CRAWFORD, Winston-Salem. 

JAMES ALLAN CRAWFORD, Chapel Hill. 

BILLY K. CROYE, Bluefield, W. Va. 

JAMES F. CRAY, Greensboro. 

WILLIAM B. CREGAN. Wilmington. 

ROBEY B. CRISP, Beta Theta Pi, Lenoir. 

SIM CROCKER. Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM ARCHIBALD CRUMP, Phi Gamma Delta, Durham. 

GEORGE HAROLD CUMMINGS, Asheville. 

JOHN DAGENHART, Stony Point. 

JOSEPH F. DALLAS. Reidsville. 

JOHN LASLEY DAMERON. Burlington. 

FREDERICK S. DANIELS. Wilson. 

GERALD MARVIN DANIEL, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Durham. 

JAMES RICHARD I) ANION, Wilmington. 

ERWIN MARTIN DANZIGER, Chapel Hill. 

EDGAR M. DARNELL. Murphy. 

CHARLES B. DAVENPORT. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greenville. 

ROY M. DAVIDSON, StatesviUe. 

DWIGHT G. DAVIS. JR.. Jackson Heights, N. Y. 




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FRANK L. DAVIS. Beta Theta Pi, Danville. Va. 

GENE TORRENCE DAVIS. Gastonia. 

GEORGE W. DAVIS, Wilson. 

JAMES LANIER DAVIS. Chapel Hill. 

RUSSELL REID DAVIS. Danville. Va. 

GEORGE EDGAR DAWSON. Asheville. 

ANIES R. DATE. JR.. Winston-Salem. 

JESSE HENRY DEDMOND. Cliffside. 

JOHN T. DENNING, Albemarle. 

ENGLISH SEAL DesCHAMPS. Kappa Sigma, Bradenton, Fla. 

HARVEY JEROME DIAMOND, Tau Epsilon Phi, Charlotte. 

JAMES T. DICKSON. Wilmington. 

DONN L. DIETER, Durham. 

ARTHUR CHRISTIAN DIETZEL. Baltimore. Mil. 

HERBERT PATRICK DILLON. Savannah. Ga. 

MARVIN RAY DILLON, Bluefield. Va. 

I WIES CLINTON DISMUKE. Tifton. Ga. 

CLIFTON N. DIXON. Wilmington. 

JACK CLARK DIXON, Greensboro. 

JAMES DOUGLAS DIXON, Elm City. 

CHARLES E. DOBBIN. Lenoir. 

AUBREY CLAYTON DOGGETT. JR.. Sigma Chi. Greensboro. 

ROBERT A. DOCKHAM. Denton. 



CLIFFORD F. DOLL. Rutherford, N. J. 

WILLIAM DORAN. Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

LAWRENCE RICHARD DOWNS, Fayetteville. 

HORACE M. DuBOSE. Winston-Salem. 

LEONARD OLEN DUDLEY. Kannapolis. 

JOSEPH W. DUKE, Wilmington. 

WILLIAM B. DUKE. Goldsboro. 

WADE STAFFORD DUNBAR, Sigma Chi, Laurinburg. 

EDWIN H. DUNLAP, Biscoe. 

JOHN JENNINGS DUNLAP. Wadesboro. 

RICHARD AUSTIN DUNLEA, Kappa Alpha. Wilmington. 

RAYMOND E. DUNN, New Bern. 

NORMAN W. DURHAM. Riverton. N. J. 

CHARLES WADE DWIGGINS. JR.. Greensboro. 

ROLAND P. EARLY. JR.. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Raleigh. 

JEROME R. EATMAN, Raleigh. 

HUGH EBERLY. Norfolk, Va. 

PETE MEADOR EBERSOLE. Kappa Alpha. Atlanta. Ga. 

FRANK LAWSON ECHOLS. Asheville. 

J WIES CLYDE EDDINGS, JR., Gastonia. 

EVERETTE M. EDWARDS. Phi Gamma Delia. Apex. 

JOHN W. EDWARDS, Charlotte. 




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ROBERT DOUGHTON EDWARDS. Sigma Chi. Asheville. 

HARPER J. ELAM. III. Greensboro. 

JOSIAH BAKER ELDRIDGE. Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM STANTON ELLIS, Fayetteville. 

ELIZABETH D. EMORY. Delta Delta. Delta. Chapel Hill. 

PAUL J. ENGLISH, Hendersonvffle. 

ROBERT FRANK ENSSLIN. JR.. Kappa Sigma. 
W ashington, D. C. 

JESSE MILLER EPPS. Macon, Ga. 

HUGH HARRIS ERVIN, Statesville. 

DAVID WILKINSON EVANS, Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte. 

ROBERT ALLSTON EVERSMAN. Flat Rock. 

JOHN BUNYAN EXUM, Sigma Nu. Rocky Mount. 

SHERWOOD E. EXUM, Durham. 

CHARLES L. EZELL. Durham. 

JACK THOMAS FAKOURY. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

FREDERICK W. FARLEY. Sigma Chi. Tryon. 

JACK N. FARMER. Phi Gamma Delta. Lexington. 

LEWIS B. FARRAR, Apex. 

WILLIAM HENRY FARRIOR. JR.. Wallace. 

HORACE L. FELTON, Rocky Mount. 

BAXTER L. FENTRESS. JR.. Kappa Sigma, Greensboro. 

ALVIN LEE FERGUSON, Gastonia. 



MURIEL JOYCE FERGUSON. Chapel Hill. 

IRA OTIS FERRELL. JR.. Durham. 

JAMES E. FERRELL. Burgaw. 

SCOTT KEY FERRELL. Asheville. 

WILBERT OSBORNE FIELDS. Selma. 

CLYDE I.. FINCH, Henderson. 

MELVIN LEWIS FINCH, JR., Henderson. 

CARROL J. W. FISHER. Sigma Chi, Salisbury. 

DON S. FITCH, Greensboro. 

JOSEPH G. FITZGIBBONS, Carterville, Ca. 

MALCOLM FLEISHMAN. Tan Epsilon Phi. Fayetteville. 

DAVID L. FLETCHER, Elkin. 

CHARLES T. FOLEY. Charlotte. 

JOHN RODNEY FOREMAN. Elizabeth City. 

RICHARD TILLMAN FOUNTAIN. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Rocky Mount. 
PERRY J. FRANKEL. Pi Lambda Phi. Pleasantville. N. J. 
SAM B. FREEMAN. Sigma Chi, Clarksville. \ a. 
I'M L F. FULLER. Kappa Alpha. Gastonia. 
GILBERT H. Fl RG1 RSON, High Point. 
JAMES F. FURR, Franklin. 
CLYDE WALTON FUSSELL. Teaehey. 
WILLIAM A. FITCH, Hampstead. 
JOHN W. GAINEY, Fayetteville. 












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ROBERT H. GAINEY, Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville. 

CLYDE HOOVER CARNER. Pinehurst. 

EDWARD LEE GARNER. Pinehurst. 

WALTER MONROE GARDNER, Warrenton. 

JAMES B. GARRISON, Kappa Sigma, Badin. 

JOHN T. GARRISON, Badin. 

ALBERT F. GARRON. JR., Valdese. 

ALFRED HAMILTON GARVEY. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Winston-Salem. 

ELWYN RAY GARY. JR.. Charlotte. 

DEIDRICK H. GASKILL, Rocky Mount. 

PAUL McLEAN GASKILL. Sea Level. 

PERSE L. GASKINS, Jacksonville. 

GORDON M. GATLIN, Franklinville. 

DENNIS U. GENTRY. JR.. Galax, Ga. 

WILSON OLrv'ER GERRINGER, Greensboro. 

HENRY W. GHEEN, Shelby. 

CHARLES ROBERT GIBSON, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem. 

JAMES WALLACE GILBERT. Mount Airy. 

CURTIS CLAUNCH GILLESPIE, JR., Columbia. S. C. 

THOMAS ELBERT GILLIAM, JR., Burlington. 

JOHN GITTINGS. Delta Psi, Wilmington. 

JOSEPH RODNEY GLASGOW, JR.. Littleton. 

0. W. GLAZENER. Brevard. 



CHARLES I. GLEASON, Charlotte. 

CLEVELAND J. GLOVER, JR.. Wilson. 

ROBERT E. GOODING, Kinston. 

HENRY M. GOODWIN. Wilmington. 

RICHARD E. GORDON. Merion Station, Penna. 

SAUL M. GORDON, Tau Epsilon Phi, Statesville. 

THOMAS WILLIAM GORDON, Clover, S. C. 

FRANK EDWIN GOSSETT. Charlotte. 

ROBERT STIMSON GREEN, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lewisville. 

ERNEST GRAHAM, Goldsboro. 

JACK RAYMOND GRAHAM, Bear Poplar. 

JOHN ROBERT GRAHAM, Fayetteville. 

ROBERT M. GRAHAM. CI i Phi, Chapel Hill. 

THEODORE ALEXANDER GRAHAM, JR., Peachland. 

WILLIAM JAMES GRANDIN, III, Beta Theta Pi, Titusville, 
Penna. 

JAMES REID GRANT, Harmony. 
FRANCES GREENE, Chapel Hill. 
JAMES McIVER GREEN, Chi Phi, Thomasville. 
JOHN BERGWIN GREEN, New Bern. 
ROBERT S. GREEN, Lewisville. 
ROBERT H. GREER. Morganton. 

WILLIAM ELLIS GREGORY. JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Rocky Mount. 





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DAVID GRIFFITH, Charlotte. 

GEORGE M. GRIFFIN, JR., Baltimore, Md. 

HUCH P. GRIFFIN. JR., Kappa Sigma, Reidsville. 

JOHN B. GRIFFIN, Rocky Mount. 

RICHARD L. GRIFFIN, Gastonia. 

WILSON VINYARD GRIFFIN, Goldsboro. 

ALLEN LEON GRIMES, Hope Mills. 

JACK R. GROG AN, Sherwood. 

ROBERT WARNER GRUBBS, Winston-Salem. 

\\ \LTER COFFEY GRYDER, Hiddenite. 

JACK BURTON GUE, Goldsboro. 

HOWARD JEROME GUNDERSON. Charlotte. 

ROY S. GUNTER, Lumberton. 

OSCAR W. GUPTON, Raleigh. 

ROBERT H. HACKNEY, Zeta Psi, Wilson. 

ELLIS FRANKLIN HALL, Winston-Salem. 

RAY EFIRD HALL, Charlotte. 

THOMAS ROY HALL, Burlington. 

WILLIAM S. HALL, Mount Ulla. 

WILLIAM LEONARD HALTIWANGER, Hamlet. 

RAYMOND HALVORSEN. Palmer. Mass. 

EDWARD H. HAMILTON. Atlantic. 

EVERETT HAMPTON. Kannapolis. 



LEONARD HAMPTON, Kannapolis. 

JULIAN W. HAMRICK, Shelby. 

JAMES A. HANCOCK, JR.. Danville. Va. 

ARDENAL HANEY, High Point. 

GEORGE DEWEY HARDEE, JR.. Chi Psi. Whiteville. 

CHARLES F. HANLESS, Sanford. 

ALLEN WAYLAN HARRELL. Colerain. 

GEORGE NEVILLE HARRELL. Whiteville. 

CARL N. HARRIS, Durham. 

DAN GEORGE HARRIS, Shelby. 

DELA FLETCHER HARRIS. 111. Sigma Chi, Sanford. 

EDGAR STANLEY HARRIS, Fayetteville. 

FRANK B. HARRISON, Hendersonville. 

JOHN WENDALL HARRISS. Wilmington. 

JOHN LANGSTON HARRIS, Grantsboro. 

WALLACE GORDON HARRIS, Badin. 

WALTER PAGE HARRIS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Durban 

JIMMIE H. HARVEY. Kappa Alpha. Greensboro. 

JASPER W. HASSELL. Edenton. 

GLENN ARTHUR HASTINGS. Greensboro. 

CHARLES NEWLAND HAUSER. Upha Tan Omega. 
Camp Stewart, Ga. 

ROBERT L. HAWKINS. Shelby. 




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HERBERT LAURESTON HAWLEY, Lexington. 

CLARENCE FILMORE HAVES. High Point. 

JOHN W. HEAVNER, Grouse. 

El GENE CH\RLES HEIMAN. Tau Epsilon Phi. Miami Beach. 

Fla. 
JAMES R. HENDERSON, JR., Charlotte. 
WILLIAM W, HENDERSON, Charlotte. 
ROBERT EMERSON HENNESSEE, Burnsville. 
PERRY C. HENSON. Otto. 
BOBBY JOE HERRING, Winston-Salem. 
WILLARD I. HERRING, Clinton. 
WILLIAM LASSITER HESTER, Creedmoor. 
JAMES ROBERT HICKMAN, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
WILEY H. HICKS, Raleigh. 
CHARLES E. HIGGUSON, JR., Raleigh. 
JOHN V. HIGHFILL, Mayodan. 

EUGENE DAVID HILL. JR.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Winston-Salem. 
GERALD D. HILL, JR., Beaufort. 
AUBREY B. HILLEY, JR., Durham. 
CHARLES R. HILTY, JR., Jacksonville, Fla. 
WINFREE ALEXANDER HINES, JR., Winston-Salem. 
DEWEY HOYLE HINKLE. High Point. 
ROBERT L. HINSDALE. Hendersonville. 



LEON F. HINSHAW, Asheboro. 

CARL JENNINGS HINSON, Rock Hill. S. C. 

JOHN RAE HIPP, Charlotte. 

WILLIAM H. JOSEPH HIPPLE. Philadelphia. Penna. 

JAMES WILLARD HOBBS. Greensboro. 

BAILEY W. HOBGOOD, Durham. 

JOSEPH WILEY HODGES. Kappa Alpha, Washington. 

LOUIS EARL HODGES, LeaksviUe. 

HEIDI HOFER. Thun. Switzerland. 

BRUNO A. HOFT. New Bern. 

JOHN A. HOKOMBE, Trenton. N. J. 

ROTHCHILD H. HOLDEN, Kappa Sigma, Shallotte. 

ALFRED HENRY HOLLAND, Winston-Salem. 

LEON HOLLINGSWORTH, Wallace. 

ROY WALTER HOLSTEN. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Glen Rock, N. J. 

WILLIAM M. HOLT, JR., Sanford. 

ABNER HOMER HOLTON. JR.. Phi Kappa Sigma, High Point. 

CHARLES SHANNON HOMAN. Swedesboro. 

W. GARY HOOKS. Fremont. 

ROBERT L. HOPKINS. Norfolk. \ a. 

ALTON STEPHENSON HORN, Forest City. 

JOSEPH ALLEN HORNE, JR.. Pfafftown. 

EARL B. HORNER. Burlington. 




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THOMAS ALLEN HOSICK. Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES BARNETT HOUGHTON. Norfolk. Va. 

JAMES BICKLE HOUSER. III. Gastonia. 

DEAN E. HOWARD, Sapula, Okla. 

HARRY H. HOWREN. Phi Delta theta, Richmond, Va. 

VINTON ASBlR^i HOYLE, JR.. Chapel Hill. 

GLENN C. HUBBARD. Charlotte. 

J WIES A. HUDLEY, Mount Airy. 

DAVID E. HUDSON. Zirconia. 

JACK GRAY HUDSPETH, Winston-Salem. 

L. GORDON HUFFINES, Washington. D. C. 

WILLIAM R. HUFFMAN, Wilmington. 

PRESTON HUGGARD, Lewiston. 

JAMES L. HUGGINS, Franklin. 

CHARLES RANDOLPH HUGHES. JR.. Sigma N„, Bluefield, 

West Virginia. 
W U.TF.R TALIAFERRO HUGHES. Phi Comma Delta, 

Wilmington. 
TED L. HUGUELET, Ci Phi, Hamlet. 
CHARLES DETRICH HUTAFF, JR.. Kappa Alpha. Dunn. 
JAMES A. HUTCHENS, Yadkinville. 
JUNIUS JACOB IDOL, High Point. 
HENRY LEWIS INGRAM. JR.. Asheboro. 
JOE K. IVES, High Point. 



BASIL GEORGE JACKSON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta. Ga. 

EMMETT SMITH JACOBS. Sigma Nu, Lynchburg. Va. 

.1 \MF.S CI RTIS J \RRETT. Salisbury. 

NEWBERN J. JEANES. Fayetteville. 

BOYCE 0. JENKINS, Concord. 

ED WADE JERNIGAN, Dunn. 

CHARLES E. JETTY. JR.. Houston. Texas. 

RICHARD ERWIN JEWELL, Sanford. 

RICHARD HEEZEN JOHNS, Greensboro. 

AUBREY ROBERT JOHNSON. Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta. Ga. 

CLYDE BRADLEY JOHNSON, Benson. 

EDWIN EURE JOHNSON, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount. 

GILBERT EARL JOHNSON. RobersonviUe. 

HARVEY WILSON JOHNSON, Chi Psi, Raleigh. 

HUGH B. JOHNSON, Charlotte. 

WILLIAM L. JOHNSON. Raleigh. 

WILLIAM MONROE JOHNSON. JR.. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM RILEY JOHNSON. Raleigh. 

WORTH B. JOHNSON, Raleigh. 

JOHN WILLIAM JOMP, JR.. Wilson. 

ARTHUR F. JONES. Kappa Alpha. WaynesviUe. 

HI RTON HATHAWA1 JONES Delta Kappa Epsilon. Edenton. 

EDDIE L. JONES. Ivanhoe. 




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EUGENE W. JONES, Stokesdale. 

HARVEY M. JONES, Wilson. 

HENRY P. JONES, Raleigh. 

JOHN H. JONES, Macon, Ga. 

LELAND LAKE JONES. Wilmington. 

CHARLES GAY JOYNER, Alpha Tau Omega, Wilson. 

BALDWIN KAHN, Savannah, Ga. 

SIDNEY T. KALIN. Tau Epsilon Phi, Hendersonville. 

ALBERT SIDNEY KATZ. Alpha Epsilon Pi. Durham. 

EDWIN E. KATZ1N. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Winston-Salem. 

EMANUEL KATZIN, Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM M. KEAN, Fort Jackson, S. C. 

HORACE BENTON KELLY, Chi Psi, Pinehurst. 

JAMES MORGAN KELLY. Chi Psi, Elizabethtown. 

JULIAN DR1SKELL KELLY, Wilmington. 

RICHARD GRAY KELLY, Yadkinville. 

ROBERT B. KELLY. Winston-Salem. 

SAM JONES KELLY, Gastonia. 

JOHN DANIEL KENNEDY, Raleigh. 

REX M. KENNEDY. Pi Kappa Alpha. Jacksonville. 

MAHLON DAY KENNY, Haworth, N. J. 

LOUIS T. KERMON, Wilmington. 

WILLIAM S. KETCHOM, Jacksonville. 



ROBERT GEORGE KETDASHA. Phi Eta Sigma, North Bergen. 

N.J. 
ALBERT WARREN KING. Boone. 

ROBERT LINK KIRK. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem. 
RAYMOND EDWARD KIVETT, Sigma Chi, Burlington. 

CHARLES WILLIAM KNIGHT. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Winston-Salem. 
JAMES 0. KNIGHT, Columbia. 
HUGH J. KNOX, Charlotte. 

MORRIS KNUDSEN. Phi Kappa Sigma. Los Angeles. Calif. 
CARL WILLHELM KORB. JR., Wrightsville Sound. 
SANFORD L. KORSCHUN, Tau Epsilon Phi, Goldsboro. 
KENNETH MORRIS KRIEGSMAN. Greensboro. 
EDWIN EARL LAMB, [ngold. 

HARRY LINWOOD LAMM. Phi Gamma Delta. Wilson. 
HOWARD R. LANDIS, JR.. Rocky Mount. 
BERNARD OWEN LANE, Greensboro. 
JESSE R. LANGSTON, Micro. 
JOHN W. LASLEY, Chapel Hill. 
SAM BURGESS LEARY, JR.. Old Trap. 
MACK RIMMER LEATH. Burlington. 
HARTZEL Z. LEBED, Washington, D. C. 
SYLVIA ELEONORE FRANCES leCLAIR, Chapel Hill. 
JAMES BUREN LEDFORD. Cliffside. 




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RALPH WILLIAM LEE. Ill, Alpha Tau Omega, Chevy Chase, Md. 

WILSON M. LEE, Benson. 

WILLIAM J. LEINBACH. Winston-Salem. 

GEORGE H. LEONARD, Lexington. 

HUBERT LEON LEONARD. Lexington. 

WALTER EVAN LEONARD, Hickory. 

JEROME L. LEVIN, Charlotte. 

FRED WILBUR LEWIS. Hurt, Va. 

HARRIS W. LEWIS, JR., Winston-Salem. 

JAMES RICHARD LEWIS. High Point. 

JEROME E. LEWIS. Asheville. 

ELLIS HERBERT LEVINSON, Tau Epsilon Phi, Gastonia. 

HOW \KI) LIEBER, Tau Epsilon Phi. Gastonia. 

JOHN THOMAS LINDLEY. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro. 

JAMES WINGATE LINDSAY. Winston-Salem. 

I WIES CHRISTOPHER LINGERFELT, Morganton. 

WILLIAM J. LINK. Sumter. S. C. 

STAHLE LINN, JR., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Salisbury. 

RONALD EDWARD LISS. Charlotte. 

I. MAYO LITTLE, Robersonville. 

PHILIP GRAY LIVERMAN. Plymouth. 

CLYDE FRANKLIN, Buie's Creek. 

WALTER P. LLOYD, No. folk. \ a. 



ROBERT E. LOCK, Chapel Hill. 

HENRY V. LOFGUIST, JR., Asheville. 

JOHN McDAVID LOFTIS. Alpha Tau Omega, Tampa, Fla 

PAUL F. LOGAN, Morganton. 

TRACY McKNIGHT LOUNSBURY. Winston-Salem. 

OSCAR NEWTON LOVELACE. JR., Goldsboro. 

RICHARD T. LOWE, Low Gap. 

MARVIN ELLIS LUTHER, Ramseur. 

AVER1S MONROE LYNCH. Gastonia. 

ROBERT G. LYNCH, JR., Henryetta, Okla. 

KARL V. LYON. Elizabethtown. 

WORTHAM C. LYON, JR., Durham. 

ROBERT MacLAURIN MacDONALD. Little Rock, S. C. 

RONALD MacKLIN, Winston-Salem. 

ROBERT THOMPSON MacMILLAN. Delta Psi, Chapel Hil 

CHARLES B. MacRAE, JR.. New York. N. Y. 

ROBERT PHIFER MacRAE. Alpha Tau Omega, Concord. 

SAMUEL H. MAGILL, Shanghai, China. 

CHARLES MANESS, Durham. 

CARL GRATTON MANN. Kannapolis. 

FRANCIS K. MANNING, Bethel. 

JIM C. MANNING. Sigma Nu, Asheboro. 




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DAN \. MARTIN, Raleigh. 

IT R\ER LEE MARTIN, Winston-Salem. 

CRAIG A. MASTON, Delta Psi, Wilmington. 

DAVID D. MATTHEWS, Durham. 

THOMAS MATTHEWS, Apex. 

JOSEPH FRANKLIN MAURICE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hamlet. 

RICHARD C. MAYBERRY. Elkin. 

GARLAND S. MAY, Littleton. 

JOHN S. MEADE. JR.. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Danville. Va. 

FRED CHAPIN MEEKINS. Kappa Alpha, Ashevffle. 

CARROLL ROY MELTON, Marion. 

JOSEPH TAYLOR MELVIN, Greensboro. 

CLARENCE BRATTON MENDENHALL. Charlotte. 

RICHARD C. MESSENGER. Sigma Nu, Hartford, Conn. 

ROBERT STANLEY MESSNER, New Bern. 

GEORGE WILLIAM MICHAEL. Iron Station. 

JOSEPH E. MICHALSKI, New Bedford, Mass. 

EDWARD MICOL, JR., Valdese. 

JOHN BYNUM MILES. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM D. MILLAWAY. Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem. 

CHARLES J. MILLER. Richmond. Va. 

BAXTER DAVIS MILLER. Boone. 



BLANTON WALTER MILLER. Boone. 

GEORGE J. MILLER. Pi Kappa Alpha. Charlotte. 

ROBERT ALFRED MILLER. Asheville. 

SAMUEL W. MILLER. JR., Raleigh. 

JOHN E. MILLOW ARY. JR.. Greensboro. 

HURLEY TUNSTALL MILLS, Henderson. 

JAMES DAVID MILLS, Phi Kappa Sigma, Wadesboru. 

MORGAN D. MORRIS, Tryon. 

RAYMOND MILLS. Jonesboro, Ark. 

CHARLES RUDOLPH MILTON. Raleigh. 

GLENN LOWRY MITCHELL, Hickory Grove. S. C. 

ELMER NELSON MODLIN, JR.. Jamesville. 

SOLOMON MICHAEL MONSOUR. Fayetteville. 

JAMES MONTGOMERY. Mayodan. 

EUGENE CALVIN MOON, Graham. 

OSCAR JETER MOONEYHAM. JR., Kappa Alpha, Forest City. 

BLAINE CALLOWAY MOORE. Mocksville. 

CRAWFORD DURHAM MOORE, JR.. Raleigh. 

deSAUSSUNE P. MOORE, JR., Sigma Chi, Kingstree, S. C. 

HENRY FRANKLIN MOORE, JR.. Whiteville. 

JAMES DICK MOORE. Asheville. 

JAMES FLOYD MOORE. JR.. Sigma Chi. Reidsville. 

\\ U.TER H. MOORE. Reidsville. 




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WILLIAM TRACY MOORE, Greensboro. 

CHARLES 0. MORELL. AsheviUe. 

JACOB WALDBLRG MOREL, Wilmington. 

JAMES L. MORGAN. Greensboro. 

PLATTE B. MORING. Greensboro. 

ADRIAN MORITZ. Enka. 

ROBERT E. MORRELL. Asbeville. 

DANIEL BAXTER MORRIS. Chi Phi, Fayetteville. 

ROBERT RAYMOND MORRISON, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, 

Raleigh. 
ROBERT KNOX MORROW, Zeta Psi, Charlotte. 
JAMES HAROLD MOSES, Durham. 
BILLY P. MOSS. Liberty. 
ROY MAURICE MOSS, Shelby. 

KENNETH FRANKLIN MOUNTCASTLE. Sigma Alpha Epsilo 

Winston-Salem. 
OLIVER WARREN MOWRV. Charlotte. 
JAMES CLAYTON MOYE. Snow Hill. 
JOHN CHARLES MOYLE, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM DOVERSPIKE MULLEN. Durham. 
FREDERICK L. MUNDS, Washington. D. C. 
JAMES G. MURPHY. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte. 
SIDNEY YANCEY McADEN. Charlotte. 
LARRY BIKLE McALLISTER, Mount Pleasant. 



DONALD GRANT McBANE, Snow Camp. 
FRED HOMER McBRYDE, JR.. Sanford. 
EDWARD JOHNSON McCAULEY, Burlington. 

SAMUEL RICHARD McCAULEY, Phi Kappa Sigma, 

Chapel Hill. 
WALTER LANE McCALL, Chi Psi, Albemarle. 
JOHN ADOLPH \I COMMAS, Elizabethtown. 
HAL ASHLEY McCULLERS. Raleigh. 
LEWEL O. McCULLOUGH. JR.. Charlotte. 
ROBINSON McCUNE. Green's Farms, Conn. 
JOSEPH L. McDANIEL. Southern Pines. 
ROBERT C. McDANIEL, III. Sigma Ah. Salisbury. 
RICHARD LEE McDOLAND, Durham. 
WILLIAM ALAN McDONALD, Durham. 
GUY WITHERSPOON McFARLAND. Charlotte. 
DONALD MADISON McFEE. Salisbury. 
ANDREW GRAMLING McGILL. Laurinburg. 
JOHN WESLEY McGIRT. Hamlet. 
JAMES ARTHUR McGRANAHAM. JR.. Durham. 
WILLIAM DUNLAP McIVER, Phi Delta Theta, Gulf. 
EDWIN BORDEN McKEE. Raleigh. 
PATRICK D. McKINSEY, Chapel Hill. 
ROY BOWMAN McKNIGHT. JR.. Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 
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CHARLES FRANCIS McLEESE, Lambda Chi Alpha. Charlotte. 

BENJAMIN GREENE McLENDON. Sigma Chi. Rockingham. 

EDWARD ARMAND McLEOD. Maxton. 

JAMES M. McMANNUS, Red Spring-. 

FRANK A. McNEILL. Aberdeen. 

WILLIAM EDGAR McPHERSON. JR.. Mebane. 

JOHN WATSON NEAL. Phi Kappa Sigma, Southern Pines. 

SHERMAN YALE NEARMAN. Pi Lambda Phi. Charleston. 

West Virginia. 
JOSEPH RANDOLPH NEIKIRK. Portsmouth. Ohio. 
CHARLES B. NELSON. Henderson. 
PAUL NELSON. Chi Psi, Grandview on Hudson. N. Y. 
THEODORE JAMES NEWTON. JR.. Charlotte. 
CHARLES EDWARD NICHOLS. Greensboro. 
DONALD RUSSEL NICHOLSON. Kappa Alpha. Brooklyn. N. Y. 
FLETCHER BURTON NICHOLS. Charlotte. 
PAUL DOUGLAS NIFONC. Winston-Salem. 
WILLIAM EDWARD NIVEN, Morven. 
WILLIAM H. NIXON, Charlotte. 

I \\lr> STANTON NORTHRUP. JR.. Alpha Taa Omega, 

Concord. 
WILLARD CLOSE NORTHUP. JR.. Winston-Salem. 
ALBERT WOMBLE OAKES, III. Weldon. 
ROBERT P. O'CONNELL, Newton, Mass. 



CHARLES CLARENCE ODELL, JR.. Asheville. 

JOHN G. OLDENBUTTEL. \\ ilmington. 

JOHN HARVEY OLIVER. JR.. Fayetteville. 

DAVID LEWIS ORMOND, Phi Gamma Delia. Wilmington. 

JOHN JAMES ORMOND, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wilmington. 

FLOYD ERNEST OUTLAND, Rich Square. 

ALBERT J. OWEN. III. Lincolnton. 

CHARLES COWAN OWEN. Clarkton. 

JAMES E. OWEN, Clarkton. 

JAMES WORLEY OWEN, Waynesville. 

PAUL V. PAPPAS. Winston-Salem. 

TOM DILWORTH PARKER, Raleigh. 

WILLIAM B. PARKER. JR.. Alpha Tan Omega. Brookhn. N. V 

ALTON S. PARRISH, Benson. 

GENE B. PARRISH, Benson. 

PARROTT PARRISH. Benson. 

WILLIAM K. PARRISH. Raleigh. 

ALBERT E. PARTRIDGE. JR.. Wade. 

FRED S. PATTERSON, JR.. Greensboro. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS PATTERSON, Winston-Salem. 

LEWIS PATTON. Franklin. 

NOLLIE MOORE PATTON, JR.. Kappa Alpha, Morganton. 

ROBERT FLYNN PAYLOR, Farmville. 




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ROBERT SNELSON PAYNE, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta. Ga. 

ROBERT G. PAYTON. Chapel Hill. 

ALVIN WARD PEACOCK. Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 

SAMUEL WEBSTER PEARCE, Pfafftown. 

STANLEY PEARSON. Zela Beta Tau, Kinston. 

WILLIAM SMITH PEEBLES. III. Lawrenceville. Va. 

CHAN MUNGER PEGRAM. JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha, Elizabeth 
City. 

ROGER PEGRAM. Fayetteville. 

VLLISON H. PELL. Charlotte. 

STUART A. PELTZ. Newport News, Va. 

EDWIN H. PENLANI). Scaly. 

ELY J. PERRY, JR.. Kappa Sigma, Kinston. 

HUGH PEOPLES PERRY. Phi Gamma Delta. Sanford. 

WILLIAM E. PERRY. Troy. 

GLENN H. PEARSON. Louisburg. 

AUGUSTUS W. PETERS. Zeta Psi, Wilson. 

RAYMOND C. PFAFF. Winston-Salem. 

HENRY E. PHELPS, \-heville. 

OLIVER BLRTON PHIFER. Marseille. 

CHARLES W. PHILLIPS. Spruce Pine. 

JAMES HENRY PHILLIPS. Pi Kappa Alpha, Lumberton. 

CLARENCE EARL PICK ARD, Newport News. Va. 



OSCAR A. PICKETT, Newark. Del. 

WILBUR PIERCE. Apex. 

RALPH STANLEY PITTMAN. St. Pauls. 

ROBERT G. PITTMAN, Selma. 

WILLIAM G. PITTS, Spring Hope. 

JACK ANDREW PLACEY, Ashevill.-. 

STEPHEN PLATT, Far Rockaway. N. Y. 

ROBERT TOWNSEND PLEASANTS, Greensboro. 

RUFUS GRIER PLONK. JR.. Kings Mountain. 

MELVIN PODELL. Charlotte. 

JACK PORTERFIELD. Monroe. 

NELSON S. POSNER, Shelby. 

SAM! EL C. POST. Greensboro. 

CHARLES F\LES POWERS. Romm->. W. \ a. 

RICHARD PRATT, Bradenton. Fla. 

RICHARD MUNGER PREYER. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 
HEM \N M. PRICE. Avon. 
HERBERT WILLIFORD PRICE. Selma. 
WILLIAM H. PRICE. Baltimore. Md. 
HORACE K. PRIVETTE. Kinston. 
JOHN WINBORNE PRIVOTT. Edenton. 
JOE B. PROCTOR, Whiteville. 
RANDALL WESLEY PROCTOR. Washington, D. C. 





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EARL DON PROFFIT. Alexandria, Va. 

WILLIAM HOWARD PRUDEN, JR.. Sigma Chi. Roanoke Rapids 

CHARLES ALVA PRYCE. Rockingham. 

JOHN ROBERT PUGH. Laurel Springs. 

JAMES W. PURDUM. Asheville. 

JOE B. PUTNAM. Cherryville. 

JOHN R. PYRON, Charlotte. 

CLIFTON LEE QUINN, Beulaville. 

CORBETT LATIMER QUINN, Pink Hill. 

JOHN COLEMAN RAE, Raleigh. 

MARION HERBERT RANDOLPH. JR.. Lexington. 

WILLIAM T. RANKIN, Gastonia. 

EDWIN E. RAWL. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greenville. 

WILLIAM M. RAWLS, Rockingham. 

FRANCIS X. RAY, Flat Rock. 

WILLIAM T. REECE. Elkin. 

LIKIE ALFORD REGISTER, Turkey. 

BERRY REID. JR.. Greensboro. 

ROBERT LOUIS REMSBURG. JR., Dunn. 

FREDERIC RETCHIN. Wilmington. 

CARTER Y. RHINEHART, JR.. Canton. 

JOCELYN RHYME, Chapel Hill. 

THAXTON RICHARDSON, Greensboro. 



GEORGE G. ROBERTS, Fort Knox. Ky. 

ERNEST L. ROBERSON, JR., Charlotte. 

CHARLES DEWAY ROBINSON, Graham. 

JAMES D. ROBINSON, Rocky Mount. 

JOHN DUNCAN ROBINSON, Wallace. 

GEORGE FARNELL RODMAN, Washington. 

JOHN P. ROGERS. Phi Kappa Sigma, Norristown, Penna. 

JOSEPH E. ROGERS. Washington. 

LATTIE MONROE ROGERS. JR., Mooresville. 

WILLIAM HAYWOOD ROGERS, III, Raleigh. 

IVON CLEVELAND ROHADER. JR.. Chi Phi. Atlanta. Ga. 

JAKE L. ROSENBLOOM, Zeta Beta Tau. Rocky Mount. 

JACK BURNS ROSS, Forest City. 

CLYDE BUCHANAN ROSSER. Broadway. 

CHARLES KENNETH ROYAL, Salemburg. 

EDWARD WRAY RUSSELL, High Point. 

JAMES CLYDE RUSSELL. Carthage. 

WILLIAM DORSET RUSSELL, JR., High Point. 

ELBERT STEPHEN RUTLErGE, Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Winston-Salem. 

JOSEPH V. RUZICKA. JR., Greensboro. 

FREDERICK D. RYAN. Trenton, N. J. 

HAROLD SALMON. JR., Zeta Beta Tau. New Orleans, La. 




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ANDREW J. SANDERS. JR.. Gastonia. 

ROBERT GLASGOW SANFORD. HendersonviUe. 

JOE 0. SARGENT. Salisbury. 

GORDON GALES SAULS. Raleigh. 

FRED STIMSON SAUNDERS. Aulander. 

JESSE LEE SAUNDERS, JR.. Reidsville. 

FRANKLIN LONNIE SCHELL. Statesville. 

ELMER E. SENSENBACH. High Point. 

CHARLES BALDWIN SEWARD. Marion. Va. 

JOHN W. SEXTON. JR.. Phi Gamma Delia. Rocky Mount. 

CHARLES ANDERSON SHACKELFORD. High Point. 

CLAUDE W. SHANNON. Sanford. 

ROYAL GRAHAM SHANNONHOUSE. III. Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Moncure. 

MELA IN SHEP SHAPIRO. Phi Delia Theta, Charlotte. 

DAVID JAMES SHARPE. Chapel Hill. 

STANLEY SHAVITZ, Alpha Epsilon Pi. High Point. 

ALTON B. SHAW, Florence. S. C. 

CHARLES COLLINS SHAW. Henderson. 

WILLIAM GARLAND SHELTON. Statesville. 

ROBERT SHERRILL. Winston-Salem. 

NANCY JANE SHIELDS, Alpha Delia Pi, Chapel Hill. 

GERALD TYBAR SHOR. Zero Beta Taa. Raleigh. 

THOMAS E. SHREVE. Leaksville. 



JAMES CLIFFORD SHL'BERT. Louisburg. 

EDWIN H. SHI FORI). Hickory. 

WILLIAM M. SHIFORD. Fayetteville. 

GEORGE HENDERSON SHULL. Shelby. 

MONCUE EAVES SIBLEY, Lumberton. 

HAROLD S1GITR, Sigma Nu, Norfolk. Va. 

RAYMOND I -MMMONS. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM I -.ESTON SIMMONS, Goldsboro. 

GEORGE S. SIMPSON. JR.. Asheville. 

RICHARD L. SIMPSON. Chi Phi, Chevy Chase, Md. 

WILLIAM H. SIMPSON. Stokesdale. 

ROBERT LLOYD SING. JR.. Kappa Alpha. Charlotte. 

JOSEF SKLUT, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Winston-Salem. 

MARK RAYMOND SMERNOFF. Pi Lambda Phi. New Haven. 

Conn. 
ADRIAN WADDELL SMITH. Phi Delta Theta. Philadelphia. 

Penna. 
CHARLES GRAH \M SMITH. Pi Kappa Alpha. Raleigh. 
CLAUDE A. SMITH. Black Creek. 
CLYDE B. SMITH. Leaksville. 
COLWELL H. SMITH. JR.. Wallace. 

DAVID ANTHON"i SMITH. Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington. 
DOUGLAS SMITH. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta. Ga. 
EDWARD D. SMITH. Varina. 




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GENE P. SMITH. San Francisco, Calif. 

GEORGE R. SMITH. JR.. Ruffin. 

JAMES ROBINSON SMITH. Kappa Sigma. Durham. 

LAWRENCE OSCAR SMITH. Clayton. 

LEMl EL \LE\ \NDER SMITH. JR.. Clarkton. 

TAL D. SMITH. Durlington. 

ALBERT G. SNIDER. Denton. 

JACK EDSEL SNIPES. Morganton. 

ROBERT H. SNOW. SUoam. 

\ ERNOJN G. SNYDER. JR.. Thomasville. 

RAYMOND ATLAS SORRELL. Durham. 

.1 \ME> F. SUTHERLAND, Willard. 

(.1 1 SPARGER, Mount \iry. 

NORMAN LEOPOLD SPER. JR.. Hollywood. Calif. 

HORACE EDNEY STACY. Lumberton. 

THOMAS FRANKLIN STALLINGS, JR.. Kappa Sigma. 

Smithfield. 
DON \LD M. STANFORD. Chapel Hill. 
JESS FRANKLIN STANLEY, Morven. 
WILLIAM LITTLE STEELE. Kappa Sigma. Raleigh. 
CECIL ERTLE STEPHENS. Lumberton. 
PRESTON STEPHANS. Envin. 
FREDERICK STERNBERGER. Wilmington. 



WILLIAM HENRY STEWART. Asheville. 

JOHN E. STILLMAN, JR.. Miami. Fla. 

JOHN MITSI STOIOFF. Donora. Penna. 

THOMAS ANGIER STOKES. JR.. Phi Delta Theta, Durham. 

JOHN STONE, Sigma 4lpha Epsilon. Greensboro. 

PHILLIP STONESTREET. MocksviUe. 

LAWRENCE A. STOX. Winterville. 

JERRY D. STRADER. Chi Phi. Burlington. 

DAVID R. STO.UD, JR.. MocksviUe. 

JOSEPH B. STROUP, Gainesville. Fla. 



ALBERT CHAPLIN STUART. Lambda Chi 
W inston-Salem. 



Alpha. 



WALTER VINCENT STUART. Raleigh. 

JAMES CARLISLE STUCKEY, JR.. Sumter. S. C. 

JOHN SUTTON STUMP. Kappa Alpha. Clarksville, W. \ a. 

BOBBY S. STUTTS, Durham. 

LESTER DILL STYRON. Morehead City. 

LEON SUGAR, Tau Epsilon Psi, St. Paul-. 

RALPH A. SULLIVAN, JR.. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM J. SUNAS, Durham. 

WADE T. SURRATT, JR.. Winston-Salem. 

JAMES EDWIN SUTTON. Greenville. 

WILLIAM HOBBS SUTTON. Pi Kappa Alpha. Wilmington. 

BANKS COOPER TALLEY. JR., Bennettsville. S. C. 





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FRED WESLEY TALTON. Clayton. 

SAMUEL PHILLIPS TANNING. Delia Kappa Epsilon, 

Spartanburg. S. C. 

ALFRED T. TAYLOR. Jacksonville. 

<\RA BUXTON TAYLOR. JR.. Kappa Sigma. Raleigh. 

GLENN ELLIS TAYLOR. Winston-Salem. 

JOHN ECKLIN TAYLOR. Chocowinity. 

VESTAL COLUMBUS TAYLOR. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER TAYLOR. Buie's Creek. 

CHARLES HOUSTON TEAGUE, Chapel Hill. 

I W1ES W. TEAGUE, Asheville. 

WILLIAM L. TEAL. JR., MrFarlan. 

JOHN HAROLD TEETER. Charlotte. 

EDWARD R. TESTERMAN, Royesville, Tenn. 

HENRY HIBBARD THATCHER. Lookout Mountain. Ten 

PASCO THOMAS THAXTON. Charlotte. 

HARRY J. THOMAS. Chapel Hill. 

HENDERSON THOMAS. JR.. Carthage. 

DOUGLAS THOMPSON. Norfolk. \ a. 

I W1ES LEE THOMPSON. JR.. Reidsville. 

JAMES THRASH. Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta. Ga. 

JOSEPH CLAUDE TOTHROW. Winston-Salem. 

ANDREW F. TOXEY. Elizabeth Citv. 



CHARI.ES A. TRICE, Polkton. 

WILLI \M NELSON TRITT, Fayetteville. 

WILLIAM DIGGS TRUITT. Sigma Nu, Norfolk. Ya. 

JOHN FRANK TSANTES. Wilmington. 

HOBERT GLENN TUCKER. Winston-Salem. 

JOSEPH EARL TURNER. Dunn. 

SIDNEY B. TURNER. Durham. 

JAMES MALBON TWINE. Norfolk. Va. 

LLOYD M. TYNDALL. Goldsboro. 

GEORGE F. TYSON. JR.. Durham. 

GEORGE B. VALENTINE. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

HOWARD LEON VALENTINE. Chi Psi, Winston-Salem. 

ELLWOOD B. VAN VOORHEES, l J hi Delta Theta. 

Palm Beach. Fla. 
RICHARD BALDWIN VEASEY, Raeford. 
GEORGE ALEXANDER VESTAL. Fayetteville. 
DONALD F. VINCENT, Swannanoa. 
JACK LEWIS VINSON. Greensboro. 
HERBERT A. VOFLER. Winston-Salem. 
TORRENCE MAYNARD WADE. JR.. Raleigh. 
EDWIN ARTHUR WAGNER. Hollis. L. I.. N. Y. 
HOWARD S. WAINER. Winston-Salem. 
ARCHIE DuVALL WALKER. JR.. Wilmington. 
CHARLES W. WALKER. Morganton. 



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WILLIAM HENRY WALKER. Manteo. 

N. CLYDE WALL. Clayton. 

ROBERT R. WALKER. Kerr. 

WILLIAM M. WALPOLE. Morven. 

MARION WARD. Charlotte. 

LEWIS HANDLEY WARREN. Phi Kappa Sigma, Harrington, Del. 

D. DORTCH WARRINER. Lawrenceville. Va. 

HARRY T. WATKINS, Phi Delta Theta. Durham. 

EDWARD 0. WATSON, Winston-Salem. 

JOHN ARCH WATSON. Raleigh. 

JIMMIE LEE WEATHERS, Shelby. 

ARCHIBALD J. WEBB, Wilson. 

JOHN WEBB, Wilson. 

JOHN GRAHAM WEBB. JR.. Alpha Tau Omega, Hillsboro. 

PAUL EDWARD WEBER. Greensboro. 

HOWARD WEINSTEIN. Tau Epsilon Phi. New York, N. Y. 

EDGAR J. WELLS. JR.. Teachey. 

CAMEST LOTORGE WEST. Philadelphia. Pa. 

JAMES FULTON WEST. Hope Mills. 

TED G. WEST, Lenoir. 

ROBERT HENSON WESTBROOK. Charlotte. 

THOMAS DONNELL WHARTON. Winston-Salem. 

W. C. WHEELER. Oxford. 



JOHN S. WHICHARD. Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville. 

EMMETT JOSEPH WHITAKER, Ayden. 

CHARLES MAYFIELD WHITE. III. Phi Kappa Sigma. Manson. 

DAVID F. WHITE, Cleveland. 

ROBERT I. WHITE, Durham. 

ROBERT L. WHITE, Asheville. 

HOWARD EDWARD WHITEHEAD. Charlotte. 

GEORGE D. WHITFIELD, Hurdle Mills. 

CEORGE HERBERT WHITFIELD. Kinston. 

EDWARD ARNOLD WHITLEY, Rutherford College. 

LEMUEL DUNCAN WHITSETT, Phi Gamma Delta. Charlotte. 

GEORGE BOSTIC WHITTED, Wilmington. 

DAVID HARFORD WHITTIER. Milton, Mass. 

GEORGE W. WHITT1NGT0N, JR.. Greensboro. 

PHIL WELDON WIDENHOUSE, Concord. 

CHARLES LEONARD WILDER, Zebulon. 

JAMES H. WILDER, Mount Gilead. 

LYMAN HOGAN WILKINS. JR.. Durham. 

EVERETTE PAUL WILLIAMS. Chapel Hill. 

COMER THOMAS WILLIAMS. JR.. Southampton. Penna. 

JOHN CROSS WILLIAMS, Zeta Psi. Raleigh. 

JOSEPH S. WILLIAMS, Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount. 




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MARSHALL RUDOLPH WILLIAMS. Raleigh. 

ROBERT WILTON WILLIAMS, Lumberton. 

WILLIAM WILLI VMS. Columbia. 

WILLIAM AUBREY WILLIAMS, JR., Sigma Nil, Columbia. 

PFOHLA E. WTLMOTH, Winston-Salem. 

ARNOLD LANDRETH WILSON. Candler. 

CLIFTON M. WILSON, Aberdeen. 

ERNEST F. WILSON. Durham. 

JAMES E. WILSON, JR., Chi Psi, Benson. 

JAMES R. WILSON, Robersonville. 

JOHN ROSE WILSON, Raleigh. 

WALTER WINIUS, JR.. New Orleans. La. 

NEWTON ALFRED WINN, St. Petersburg. Fla. 

PATRICIA W. WINSLOW. Chapel Hill. 

JAMES B. WOLF. JR.. Zeta Beta Tau. Shaker Heights. Ohio. 

DEWEY WILSON WOOD, Rocky Mount. 

T. BENBURY H. WOOD. Delta Kappa Epsiion, Edenton. 



JOHN HARRIS WOODALL, Winston-Salem. 

MOSE W. WOODARD. Chi Psi. Raleigh. 

JOHN FROST WOODHOUSE. JR.. Knppa Stgma. Virginia 
Beach, Ya. 

JOHN WOOLEY. Wagram. 

JAMES ELMER WORKMAN. Elon College. 

JACK W. WORSHAM, Rufhn. 

WALKER YEATMAN WORTH. Raleigh. 

JOHN DANIEL WRIGHT. Chapel Hill. 

SAM1 EL CLYDE WRIGHT. Arden. 

WILSON BRUCE WRIGHT. Durham. 

ARTHUR DEMETRIUS XANTHOS. Wilmington. 

FRANCIS A. YATES. Philadelphia. Pa. 

CLARENCE N. YORK, Ramseur. 

RICHARD R. YOUNG, Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM F. YOUNG. Phi Gamma Delta. Florence. S. C. 

JOSEPH PATRICK ZAHRAN. Fayetteville. 





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As Freshmen at Carolina, we displayed the same eagerness, made the same mistakes, and were 
just as uncertain as the many classes that had gone before us. To most of us. Chapel Hill was a strange 
place of long registration lines, double-decked bunks of Miller. Nash, and the quonset huts, crowded 
cafeterias, and afternoon Phys. Ed. We found, however, friendly faces and advisors eager to help us. 
Our courses weren't as hard as we had expected, and onl) three classes a day suited us fine. We yelled 
as loud as anyone else at the football and basketball games, and a Carolina victory had new thrills for 
us. We quickly joined the campus in reading 'Lil Abner. seeing midnight movies, and wearing rain- 
coats. 

All wasn't pla\. and good grades suddenly took on an added meaning. We learned to cram for 
finals as studying past twelve became common. English compositions took time, and Chemistry labs 
often went over two hours. We worked hard, but we didn"t mind. Carolina was our new home, and 
it hadn't taken long for us to come to love it. With our Freshmen year behind us. we look to next Sep- 
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THOMAS ABBOTT, Wynewood. Pa. 

ANN WILSON ADAMS, Madison, Wis. 

DAVID ADAMS, Raleigh. 

BELVTN FRANKLIN AKINS, Varina. 

BILL A. ALBRIGHT. Charlotte. 

HENRY LEE ALBRIGHT, Spencer. 

JAMES ALBRITTON, La Grange. 

JACOB ALDERMAN, Wilmington. 

BILL ALDRIDGE, Burlington. 

ARCHIE C. ALLEN, Ash. 

WORTH ALLEN, Raleigh. 

WEYMOUTH ALLGOOD, Yadkinville. 

GRADY T. ALLRED. Greensboro. 

JOHN ALLRED, Dunn. 

RICHARD B. ALLSBROOK, Roanoke Rapids 

DAVID ANDERSON, Rocky Mount. 

HELEN ANDERSON. High Point. 

\\ II. M \ CLAIR ANDERSON, Denver Colo. 

JOHN ALBERT ANDREW. Albemarle. 

ROBERT ANDREWS. Goldsboro. 

THOMAS WELDON ANGEL. Franklin. 

BILLY ARMFIELD, Leaksville. 

HOMER ATHAS, Chapel Hill. 








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PHILLIP ATKINSON, Asheville. 
RALPH JAMES ATKINSON. Winston-Salem. 
J \MF.S (.. C. AUSTIN, Marshville. 
HARRY WILLIAM A 'i COCK. Franklin. 
KENNETH AUBREY AYERS. Lexington. 
JOHN CURTIS BAGG, Kappa Alpha, New Be: 
JAENN COZ BAILEY, Sacramento. Calif. 
CHARLES L. BAITY, Yadkinville. 
CHARLES E. B \KER. Reidsville. 
NOEL W. BAKER, Rural Hall. 
TOMMY BAKER, Kings Mountain. 
HARRISON I. BARBEE. Greensboro. 
DAVID D. BARBER. Raleigh. 
.1 VMES C. BARBOUR. Four Oaks. 
MARION BARBOUR. Benson. 
JULIAN BANKS BARNES, Enfield. 
KYLE 1). BARNES, Winston-Salem. 
TROY THOMAS BARNES. JR.. Wilson. 
WINFRED FELIX BARR, West Jefferson. 
FRED ALEXANDER BARRINGER, Concord. 
NORMAN PAIGE BARRINGER. Gold Hill. 
CHARLES S. BARTLETT, Chapel Hill. 




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RONALD BASESCU, Brooklyn. N. Y. 
EUGENE BURROUGHS BASKETT, Henderson. 
ARTHIR BATSON, Burgaw. 

THOMAS 1!. BATTLE, Rocky Mount. 
RALPH BATTS. JR.. Durham. 
HERMAN M. BEAM. Forest City. 
JOHN HAYDEN BEARD. Salisbury. 
JOE BEASLEY, Randleman. 
ROBERT BEASON. Boiling Springs. 
CHARLES E. BECK, Greensboro. 
RICHARD U. BECK, Hamlet. 
ALEXANDER BELL, Norfolk, Va. 
DANIEL L. BELL. Pittsboro. 
WILLIAM S. BENBOW, Winston-Salem. 
GEORGE L. BENNETT, JR.. Wadesboro. 
JAMES E. BENNICK, Charlotte. 
GUSTAVE BERGER, Belle Harbor. Y Y. 
BARBARA BESS. Sylva. 
JAMES BOYETTE BEST, Wallace. 
EARL R. BETTS. Greensboro. 
HAROLD CLIFTON BIZZELL. Durham. 
ROBERT F. BLACK. Cleveland. Ohio. 



CLYDE JAMES BLANCHARD, Rocky Mount. 
\l 1JF.KT S. BLANKENSHIP, Charlotte. 
ROBERT 0. BLANKS. Roxboro. 
SAM BLYTHE, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM DEWE"i DOLING. Pamplico, S. C. 
DANIEL C. BONEY, Raleigh. 
WILLIAM R. BONNER, Aurah. 
WILLIAM NORMAN BOOKER. Greensboro. 
MARGARET BOOTH, Apex. 
RODNEY BORUM, High Point. 
TOMMY BOSTIAN. Burn=.ville. 
JAMES EDWIN BOWDEN. Wilmington. 
BAXTER BOW EN, Mebane. 
WILLIAM A. BOWEN, Greenville. 
R. LEWIS BOWMAN. Walnut Cove. 
GUY E. BOM), New Bern 
I \(.K H. BOYLE, Winston-Salem. 
WILLIAM M. BOYST, Charlotte. 
JOE W. BRADY, New York, N. Y. 
JACK BRAGG. Creedmore. 
RALPH W. BRAKE, Rowland. 
FRED D. BRAMMER, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM BRANCH, Rich Square. 



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LEWIS L). BRVITON, Raleigh. 
WILLIAM I. BREMER. JR.. Wilmington. 
ALFRED C. BR1NSON. Arapahoe. 
CLAY D. BRITTAIN, Graham. 
JOHN L. BROCKMANN, High Point. 
ALBERT D. BROOKS, Havelock. 
CARROLL BROOKS. Durham. 
CLYDE LONG BROOKS. Roxboro. 
HAROLD L. BROOKS. La Grange, 111. 
McIVER BROOKS, Wilmington. 
JOE BROOKSH1RE. Randleman. 
BRUCE J. BROWN, Asheville. 
BURTON W. BROWN, Southern Pines. 
HERM \.\ BROWN, Chapel Hill. 
JACK BROWN, Washington, D. C. 
J \MK> N. BROWNE. Wilmington. 
WILLIAM VLEXANDER BUCHAN, Pinebluff. 
HARR\ BUCHANAN, Hendersonville. 
WILLIAM c:. BUCHANAN, Laurinhurg. 
HOWARD E. I'.l Mil. Jarvisburg. 
FRANK E. BUNKER. Winston-Salem. 
GEORGE A. BURTON. Rocky Mount. 
JOHN WILLIAM BURWELL, Rutherfordton. 



J \MES BUTLER. Elizabeth City. 
H VNDSEL BUTTS. Natchez. Miss. 
MERLIN R. BYNUM, Greensboro. 
HI I'l S S. BYNI M. Patselam, \ , i . 
\\ ILFORD \. CM. DWELL. Norwich, 
THOM VS k. CAMPBELL, Southern 1 
GEORGE CARTER CARR. Lakeland, 
JOHN G. CARR, Durham. 
RICHARD CARR. Plymouth. 
LUTHER R. CARTER. JR.. Charlotte. 
RALPH E. CARTER. Roxobel. 
REGIJN \LD LONG CARVER, Roxbon 
FRED G. CASH, Apex. 
WILLI \\I P. CASH. Chesnee, S. ( . 
DOROTHY JEAN CASHION, Leesbm 
FREDERICK S. GATES. Hillsboro. 
JOHN \. CATES, Hillsboro. 
JOHNNY ALLEN CATES. Raleigh. 
M \K\ l\ GATES, Hillsboro. 
JAMES RUSSELL CAUDILL. Wilmini 
ALLEN S. CHANDLER. Greensboro. 
JL.NMV.S CHANDLER. Burlinglon. 



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KOGER MERRILL CHANDLER. Dedham, Ma 

W. T. CHAPMAN. Connelly Spring-. 

EDDIE G. CHAPPELL. Elkin. 

ESTHER CHEEK. Carrboro. 

JOHN CHEESEBROUGH. Asheville. 

HOWARD W. CHILDRESS. Mount Airy. 

CHARLES G. CHILTON. Greensboro. 

JOE CLARK. Raleigh. 

J. HARRIS CLAXTON. Durham. 

SIT ART FLETCHER CLAYTON, Fayetteville. 

HARRIS F. CLEIN. Winston-Salem. 

J. EDW IN CLEMENT. Raleigh. 

RUPERT CLIFF, Benson. 

I) \\ ID CLINARD, Winston-Salein. 

CHARLES C. CLINE, Statesville. 

JOHN VINES COBB, Pinetous. 

JOHN N. COFFEY. Raleigh. 

ERIE COFIELD, Edenton. 

FRED CAHOON, Columbia. 

HARVETl COLCHAMIRO, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

STEPHEN R. COLE. Burlington. 

JWIES COLEMAN, Durham. 



ROBERT H. COLLEV. Wentworth. 

ROBERT COLLINS. Plymouth. 

JOHNSTON FRED COLVARD. Durham. 

LA\ E A. COMAN, Canton. 

JOE COMBS, Raleigh. 

ALAN WESLEY COMPTON. Garner. 

JOHN D. COOPER, Lacy. 

SAM COVINGTON, Rockingham. 

JAMES L. COWAN. Fort Bragg. 

REID CARR COWARD, Ayden. 

WILLIAM A. COWBURN. Roherdel. 

DANIEL F. COX, Broadway. 

ERNEST S. COX, Tabor City. 

KYLE AUDREY COX, Sanford. 

BILL CRAFT, Greensboro. 

GEORGE CRALLE. Bellerose. N. Y. 

LUNCEFORD CREECH, Smithfield. 

WILLIAM F. CRIMMINS, Greensboro. 

CLAY CRISP, Raleigh. 

ROBERT HOUSTON CROCKETT, Gastonia. 

WILLIAM C. CROMWELL. Philadelphia. Pa. 

JACOB L. CROSS. Lexington. 

T. HAROLD CROWDER. Henderson. 



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GEORGE TOGO CROWELL, Lenoir. 

OSCAR B. CROWELL, Hendersonville. 

JOHN C. CULBRETH. Pembroke. 

EDWARD HENRY CURRIE, Montgomery, W. Va. 

JAMES W. CURTIS, Youngstown, N. Y. 

HARPER S. DARDEN. Greenville. 

T. HARRELL DARDEN, Orlaiulo. Fla. 

WILLIAM G. DAUGHTRIDGE, Rocky Mount. 

TRAVIS E. DAVENPORT, Rocky Mount. 

GEORGE D. DALIGHTRY, Wilmington. 

ALAN J. DAVIS, Charlotte. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DAVIS. Varina. 

ROBERT HAMPTON DAVIS, Richmond, Va. 

TROY LESTER DAVIS, Anderson. S. (.. 

WILLIAM E. DAVIS, Warrenton. 

WILLIAM F. DAVIS, Winston-Salem. 

CLINTON LESTER DEAL, Morganton. 

CHARLES E. DEATON. Liberty. 

WILLIAM DEBNAM, Raleigh. 

JOHN W. DEYTON, Spruce Pine. 

WILLIAM D. DICK, Tryon. 

JAMES R. DICKENS. Roanoke Rapids. 

ALBERT M. DICKSON, Hyattsville, \hl. 



CECIL M. DILDAY. Ahoskie. 

P. McNEER DILLON, JR., Statesville. 

SEYMORE CHRISTOPHER DILLON. Lima. Peru. 

JOSEPH J. DORSETT, Ridgewood, N. J. 

TOMMY DOUGHERTY , Winston-Salem. 

GEORGE F. DREW, Live Oak. Fla. 

JOHN E. DUKE, Goldsboro. 

RYLAND S. DUKE. Murfreesboro. 

WYNDHAM DUKES, Gibson. 

CHARLES H. DULS, Charlotte. 

AMOS CARSON DUNCAN. Forest City. 

STACY A. DUNCAN, Benson. 

GEORGE T. DUNLOP. Asheville. 

CECIL G. DUNNACAN, Raleigh. 

SARAH BEATRICE DURHAM. Carrboro. 

ALFRED L. DYSON, Fayetteville. 

NORRIS L. EASON. Farmville. 

WILLIE EASON, Snow Hill. 

JOHN F. EDMUNDS, Tavares. Fla. 

PHILLIP J. EDWARDS. Raleigh 

ROBERT ANDERSON OLIN EDWARDS. JR.. Raleigh. 

SYDNEY EDWARDS. Bladenboro. 






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GUY THOMAS ELLIOTT. Kinston. 

MAXTON ELLIOTT, Asheboro. 

ROBERT H. ELLMORE, Roxboro. 

EMORY ELMORE, III, Rochester. N. 'I . 

DEWEY LEE ENGLISH. Monroe. 

RAMONA EPTING, Campobello. S. C. 

GUY CARR EVANS, Greenville. 

LEWIS W. EVANS. Greenville. 

JOHN D. EVERSMAN. Flat Rock. 

LUTHER STANLEY FAISON. Knightdale. 

THOMAS H. FAISON. Laurel Hill. 

EARL THOMPSON FAITHFUL. Scotland V k. 

K. WRAY FARLOW. Augusta. Ga. 

MARION G. FARRELL, Chapel Hill. 

WILLIAM \. FARRINGTON. Kings Mountain. 

RICHARD FAYSSOUX, Arden. 

WALTER C. FEIMSTER. Wynnewood. Fla. 

W. J. FELTUS. Natchez. Miss. 

HAL I). FERRARO. Arcadia. Kan. 

RICHARD LEE FETHEROLF. Allentown. Penna 

GEORGE M. FISKE, New York, N. Y. 

PAUL V. FITZGERALD, Pelham. 



KDW \RI) STITT FLEMING. Washington. 1). C. 

PERCY FLOWERS, JR.. Clayton. 

HENRY C. FORDHAM, Greensboro. 

RALPH E. FORREST, New Bern. 

BEN EAGLES FOUNTAIN. JR.. Rocky Mount. 

CHARLES DUNSMORE FOX. III. Roanoke. \ a. 

EDWARD C. FOX, Oxford. 

LAURENCE D. FOX, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDLYN WAYNE FREEKS, Kalmia. 

HARRY L. FREMD. Canal Point, Fla. 

HENRY G. FRICKE. Ripon. Wis. 

RICHARD ALAN FULLEN. Chicago. 111. 

JOHN D. FULK, Mt. Airy. 

WALTER M. FLLP, JR.. Florence, S. C. 

VANCE L. GABRIEL, Mooresville. 

PETER DEMETRICOS GALANIDES, Norfolk. Va 

WILLIAM A. GALLAGHER. Hamlet. 

CHARLES F. GEORGE, Raleigh. 

CHARLES ROBERT (TLCHRIST. Brown Summit. 

GENE IVY <;ILES. Spindale. 

REID P. GILLARD. Charlotte. 

BILL G1LLELANI). Statesville. 

J. ELFRED GILLESPIE, Reidsville. 



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DONALD W. GILLIAM. Reidsville. 

HAROLD LEON GILLIS. Raeford. 

FLOYD D. GILMORE. Yucaipa, Calif. 

ROBERT GILMORE. Hillsboro. 

DAVID GREY GLASS, Kannapolis. 

ALFRED CHARLES CLOSSON. JR.. Durham. 

BILL GLOVER. Bristol. Term. 

FRED GLOVER. Charlotte. 

EBE GODWIN. Wilmington. 

HAL RAY GODWIN, Jonesboro. 

IK A I). GODWIN, Wilson. 

ERWIN S. GOLDMAN. Burlington. 

HENRY GOLDSTEIN. Hampton. Va. 

N. EUGENE GOODE. Enka. 

I WIKS THOMAS GOODING. New Bern. 

I WIKS RAY GOODMAN. Albemarle. 

STANEY DAVID GOODM \N. Norfolk. Va. 

CARL D. GOODSON, Marion. 

ROBERT GOODWIN, Winston-Salem. 

ARTHUR F. GOODWYN Tarboro. 

ALLEN SPACH GOSLEN. Winston-Salem. 

EDWARD EVERETT GRACE. Corinth, Miss. 

HENRY A. GRADY. New Bern. 



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FELDER SHARPE GRAHAM, Dawson. Ga. 

NORFLEET GRANT. New Bern. 

WILLIS J. GRANT. Windsor. 

JAMES G. GRANTHAM. Wilmington. 

HERBERT C. GRAY, Cape Hatteras. 

BETSY M. GREEN, Chapel Hill. 

FRANKLIN EUGENE GREEN, Norfolk. Va. 

CARL B. GREENE. Crossnore. 

JAMES S. GREENE, Glen Alpine. 

CHARLES CLEVELAND GREENE, Glen Alpine 

IRVING L. GREENSPON, Newport News. Va. 

TOMMY GREGORY. Halifax. 

JOHN W. GRESHAM, Beulaville. 

JOHN ROGER GRIFFIN. JR.. Aulander. 

ALLAN L. GRIFFITHS. Leaksville. 

HENRY F. GI'RLEY. Forest City. 

MALTA CAROLYN GUTHRIE. Chapel Hill. 

GARY LEE GUY, Angier. 

JOE B. GUYER. State Road. 

JAMES M. GWYNN, Mexico, D. F. 

R. J. HACKNEY , Wilson. 

THOMAS CRANFORD HADDEN. Durham. 




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JACK T. HAULER. Gainesville, (.a. 

RICHARD FRANCIS HAFF, Elon College. 

HENRI C. HAGAN, Banlee. 

BILLY R. II \LE. Thomasville. 

E. % ISTON HALL. Sanford. 

J O.IF.S C. HALL. Canbury. 

ROY G. HALL, Saluda. 

\. G. HALTIWANGER. Hamlet. 

MELVIN LEWIS HAMBY, Oak Ridge. Tenn. 

JIMMY ROGER HAMRICK. Shelby. 

MOW \RD FRANK HANN. Charlotte. 

RICHARD VOLLERS HANSON. Wilmington. 

JAMES ARCHIBALD HARDISON, Wadesboro. 

HUNTINGTON HARDISTY. Midway Park. 

B. CARLTON HARRELL. Mamie. 

CHARLES M. HARRELL, Burgaw. 

DORIS HARRELL. Raleigh. 

WILLIAM NORWOOD HARRELL. Burgaw. 

CHARLES M. H \RRL\GTON. Wilmington. 

BERNARD CHANDLER HARRIS. Kinston. 

DENNIS MORELAND HARRIS. Scotland Neck. 

NORWOOD T. HARRIS, Durham. 



WILLIAM E. HARRIS, Harrisburg. 

BRUCE M. HARRISON. Bronxville. N. V 

BERTRAM J. HART, Kinston. 

BENJAMIN RUSSELL HARWARD. Phi Eta Sigma. Moncure. 

JOHN T. HARWARD, JR.. Durham. 

JAMES J. HAYDOCK, Union, S. C. 

JOHN WILLOUGHBY HEARN. JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha.. Monro 

DOLAN VINCENT HEDRICK. Lexington. 

LOYD B. HEDRICK. Lexington. 

PHILLIP HEGE, Lexington. 

CHARLES LEONIDAS HERRING. La Orange. 

HORACE T. HERRING. Walstonburg. 

DAVID HYRUM HIATT, Mt. Airy. 

HERMAN E. HICKMAN, Winston-Salem. 

ELEANOR HICKS. Raleigh. 

FAISON M. HICKS. Faison. 

Ql [NC5 VLTON HILL. Kinston. 

DAVE R. HINKLE. \\ inston-Salem. 

ARNED L. HINSHAW. Burlington. 

JUDSON HIPPS. Asheville. 

ALFRED SCALES HOBBS, Raleigh. 

LEWIS L. HOBBS, Chapel Hill. 

KENNETH R. HOFFMAN. New 'i ork. Y Y. 



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JACK HOLBROOK. High Point. 

IRVING JOSEPH HOLDASH. Youngstown. Ohio. 

FLETCHER MEASLEY HOLLINGSWORTH, La Grange. 

THOMAS F. HOLLINSWORTH, Mount Airy. 

ASA B. HOLLOWELL. Aulander. 

EDWARD S. HOLMES. Leaksville. 

ROBERT J. HOLMES. Chapel Hill. 

TERRY HOLMES, Burlington. 

JAMES 0. HOLT, Raleigh. 

LARRY D. HOOKS, Fremont. 

FRANK HENRY HOOPER, Massana. 

ROBERT J. HOOPER, Reidsville. 

HARRY H. HORTON, JR., Asheville. 

GEORGE R. HOUSE, Durham. 

JACK W. HOUSE. Plymouth. 

WILLIAM NEWTON HOVIS. JR.. Charlotte. 

EDWIN CRAIG HOWARD. Roseboro. 

HOSEA NEAL HOWARD. JR.. FarmvMe. 

WENDELL R. HOWARD. Robbins. 

DOUGLAS GORDON HOWELL. Warren, Ohio. 

HERBERT H. HOWELL, Goldsboro. 

ROBERT C. HUBBARD, North Wilkesboro. 

RAY THOMAS HUDSON, Hickory. 



JACK P. HUGGINS, Lumberton. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN HUGHES. Asheboro. 

RICHARD FRED HUNT. JR.. Rocky Mount. 

THOMAS J. HUNT, Seagrove. 

CHARLES B. HUTCHINS, Raleigh. 

JOHN H. INGLE, Raleigh. 

HAL B. INGRAM, Hamlet. 

JAMES H. INGRAM. Ingalls. 

JOHN R. INGRAM, Asheboro. 

HENRY D. IRVIN, Asheville. 

JACK ISENHOUR, Charlotte. 

DAVID L. ISSAACS, New York, N. V. 

JOSEPH McCRAW JAMES. Wilmington. 

VERNON L. JAMES, Liberty. 

EDWARD W. JERNIGAN, Durham. 

LEE JESSUP, Seagrove. 

BILL S. JOHNSON, Robersonville. 

C. CLARENCE JOHNSON. Spring Hope. 

GRAHAM JOHNSON. Elkin. 

IRA THOMAS JOHNSON. Thomasville. 

JAMES LOUIS JOHNSON. Moncure. 

JAMES W. JOHNSON, High Point. 



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RICHARD EARL JOHNSON. Randleman. 

WILLIS J. JOHNSON, Wallace. 

JAMES FINLEY JOINES. Lenoir. 

CARL JOLLEY, Mooresboro. 

BRUCE FLETCHER JONES. Sigma Nu, Edenton. 

EDWARD SPENCE JONES. Apex. 

GRAHAM E. JONES. Winston-Salem. 

LESLIE E. JONES, JR., Norfolk, Va. 

RIAL C. JONES, JR., Norfolk, Va. 

EDWIN SAUNDERS JORDAN. Carolina Beach. 

JOHN C. JORDAN, Mebane. 

JAY HARRIS JOSEPH. Yinelancl. N. J. 

BILL JULIAN. Winston-Salem. 

HAROLD H. KASTNER. Sanford, Fla. 

ROBERT KAUFMAN. Mount Vernon. N. 'i . 

CAMERON H. KEELS. McColl. S. C. 

PAUL KENNAN. JR.. Chicago. 111. 

HERSHELL H. KEENER. Lenoir. 

BILL KELLAM, Chapel Hill. 

MATTHEW T. KELLEY. Phillips, Wis. 

MELVIN JAMES KELLEY. Laurens. S. C. 

ROBERT MURDOCK KELLY. Greensboro. 



PHILIP S. KEMP, Goldsboro. 

EUGENE HAMMET KENDALL. Phi Delia Theia. Johns. 

JOHN LACY KENNEDY. Fayetteville. 

NEVIN KENNEDY, III, Atlanta, Ga. 

PHILLIP H. KENNEDY. Charlotte. 

THOMAS ROCKWELL KERR. Pasadena. 

PRESTON E. KING, Concord. 

GUY S. KIRBY. Marion. 

ROBERT L. KIRBY, Winston-Salem. 

WALTER HOBSON KIRK, Washington. D. C. 

EUGENE H. KIRKMAN, Durham. 

WILLI \M G. KIRKMAN. Durham. 

ALLEN R. KOENIG, Brooklyn, N. V 

CALVIN B. KOONCE, Raleigh. 

BENJAMIN P. LACY', Durham. 

EVANGELINE HARRELSON LAIDLAW. Western Spring. 111. 

CARY JAKE LAMBERT. Broadnax. Va. 

JAMES LOUIS LAMM, Mount Airy. 

LLOYD G. LANCASTER. Sharpsburg. 

MARSHALL ROSS LANE. Morganton. 

BILL FRYE LANEY. Lenoir. 

GENE LANG, Ayden. 

THOMAS DORSETT LARKINS, Kappa Sigma. Greenville 



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CARL T. LASLEY, Norfolk, Va. 

DON RICHARD LATTA, Greensboro. 

JOHN G. LEA, Rocky Mount. 

RICHARD FLOYD LEACH, Mount Airy. 

ANTHONY BLAKE LECKIE, Lumberton. 

OTIS M. LEDBETTER, Marion. 

CALVIN T. LEONARD, JR., Greensboro. 

RODNEY LANE LEONARD, Lexington. 

SHERMAN LEVINE, Rockingham. 

KAY E. LEWIS. Beayer. 

LEONARD A. LIBERMAN, Wallace. 

ROBERT A. LINDSAY, High Point. 

CLEATON M. LINDSEY, JR., Pittsboro. 

MAX G. LINDSEY, Draper. 

KENNETH P. L1NDSLEY, Williamston. 

ADRIAN SMITH LINEBERGER, JR.. Chapel Hil 

HARRY P. LITCHFIELD. JR.. Aurora. 

AUBREY LEE LITTLE, Ayden. 

BILLY LITTLE, Jefferson. 

HERBERT H. LIVERMAN, Columbia. 

JOHN SAMUEL LONG, Winston-Salem. 

LEONARD LOPEZ, Burlington. 

JOHN RALPH LORE, Lenoir. 



JOHN HENRY LOWDER, Albemarle. 
JAMES H. LOWERY, Benson. 
ROBERT M. LUXEMBURG. New York. N. Y. 
DUNCAN I. MacCOLMAN. New York. N. Y. 
FRANK S. MacDONELL. Savannah. Ga. 
BETTY GRAVELY McAFEE, Macon. Ga. 
EURID R. McAULEY, Charlotte. 
WILLIAM G. McC\LL, Concord. 
ROGER MAURICE McCASKILL. Can.lor. 
JACK M. McCAULEY, Chapel Hill. 
LUTHER R. McCOMBS, KannapolK 
GEORGE EUGENE McCORKLE, Charlotte. 
DOUGLAS A. McCORMAC. Maxton. 
HERBERT H. McCOY, Elizabeth City. 
JOHN A. McCRARY, Lexington. 
WALTER McCRAW, Burlington. 
ANDREW McDANIAL. Forest City. 
HENRY J. McFARLAND. Durham. 
JAMES C. McGEE, Ashewlle. 
BOBBY McGILVARY, Durham. 
EVERETTE McKINLEY, Kannapolis. 
CLARENCE McLAIN, Lenoir. 



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WILLIAM ROBERT McNEILL, Buie. 

JAMES MARK MAHAN, Syracuse. N. Y. 

HILL MAHLER, Tarboro. 

ARCHIE C. MANGUM, Chapel Hill. 

HORACE D. MANN, JR.. Portsmouth, Va. 

DAN H. MARSHALL, Durham. 

BERRY MARSHBURN. Raleigh. 

BILLY S. MARTIN, Olin. 

SILVIO C. MARTINAT. Lenoir. 

JAMES L. MASSEY, Burlington. 

FRED ROBERT MATTHEWS. Asheville. 

DONALD MAYNARD, JR.. Garden City. N. Y. 

CLAUDE TILDON MEACHUM, Fort Bragg. 

JAMES B. MEAD, Low Moor. Va. 

SETH MEADS, Shawboro. 

JOHN DAVID MEDLING. JR.. \sheville. 

HENRY B. MEIER, Wilmington. 

CHARLIE EDWARD MELVIN. Greensboro. 

LYMAN J. MELVIN, Rooky Mount. 

JESSE MERCER, Lucama. 

JAMES RONALD MERICKA. Shaker Heights, < 

MORRIS E. MERRITT. Wilmington. 



ROBERT CONNOR MERRITT, Greenville. 

ROBERT PARKER MIDGETT, Elizabeth City. 

JAMES P. MILAM, Durham. 

CHARLES G. MILHAM, Hamlet. 

GEORGE WILLIAM MILLER. Cowen, W. Va. 

HARRY S. MILLER, Sanford. 

MARVIN MILLER, Winston-Salem. 

NICK MILLER, Charlotte. 

CYRIL W. MINETT, Waynesville. 

GLEN O. MITCHELL, Greensboro. 

HERBERT MITCHELL, Asheville. 

JACK MONEY, Kernersville. 

PENDLETON MONTAGUE, Goldsboro. 

WALTER SCOTT MONTGOMERY, Spartanburg 

JACK WALDRON MOODY. Plainfield. N. J. 

ROBERT J. MOONEY, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 

ALLEN HOYT MOORE, JR., Doylestown, Pa. 

KENNETH E. MOORE, Selma. 

PETER A. MOORE. Doylestown. Pa. 

THOMAS F. MOORE, Reidsville. 

WILLIAM PRINCE MOORE. Raleigh. 

DAN R. MORGAN, Farmville. 

DONALD SASSER MORRIS. Aulander. 



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HARRY WILLIAM MORRISON. Greensboro. 
WARREN DALE MORRISON. Miami. Fla. 
HELEN DIXON MORROW. Chapel Hill. 
JOE MORROW. Waynesville. 
JOHN F. MORTON. Washington. 
JULIAN MORTON. Winston-Salem. 
WILLIAM O. MOSER, Winston-Salem. 
BERNARD J. MULLINS, Washington. D. C. 
RUDOLPH C. MULLIS, Jonesboro. 
RICHARD J. MURPHY. Baltimore. Md. 
AUSTIN S. MYERS, East Haddam, Conn. 
HORACE THOMAS MYERS. Laurinburg. 
HERBERT NACHMAN, JR.. Augusta. Ga. 
J. T. NANCE. Ashevffle. 
AVERETT NASH, St. Pauls. 
MARVIN N. NATHAN, Norfolk. \ a. 
MARSHALL NEEL, Gastonia. 
WILLIAM WINTER NEWMAN. Durham. 
JOHN N. NEWTON, Dunn. 
WILLIAM NEWTON, Dunn. 
EMMETT NIBLACK, Biloxi, Miss. 
\l.\ IN NICHOLS, Whittier. 
JOHN A. NILES, JR.. Oxford. 



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HOWARD NIPPER. Raleigh. 

BILLY NOBLES, Rocky Mount. 

ROBERT EARL NOELL. Greensboro. 

CLAUDE E. NORMAN, JR.. Winston-Salem. 

WILLIAM WARREN NORTHCOTT. Trinity. 

CHARLES ALLAN NORTHEND. Daytona Beach. Fla. 

THOMAS BECKWITH NORTHINGTON. Roanoke. Rapids 

RICHARD SMITH NUNIS, Charlotte. 

DEWEY W. NYE, Fairmont. 

JOHN R. OGBURN, Sanford. 

FRED OGDEN. JR.. New Orleans, La. 

HERBERT E. OLIVE. Lexington. 

CLA1 DE OLIVER, Whiteville. 

WARREN OLSEN, Baldwin. N. Y. 

JAMES O'NEAL, Durham. 

DAVID ORR. Montgomery, Ma. 

CHARLES EDWARD OSBORNE. Hendersonville. 

BOB PADRICK. Hendersonville. 

ROBERT PAGE. Flushing, IN. Y. 

JOHNNY V. PAPPAS. Winston-Salem. 

SAM PAPPAS, Winston-Salem. 

WALTER H. PARAMORE. JR.. Fuquay Springs. 



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JACK E. PARK. Elkin. 

WILLIAM PARK, Greensboro. 

CORNELIUS THEODORE PATRICK, Wilmington. 

CHARLES F. PATTON, Morganton. 

ROBERT BENJAMIN PAYNE. Gastonia. 

C. L. PEARSON, Spring Hope. 

JOHN F. PE\RSON, Alamosa. Colo. 

GARY B. PEASE. Jacksonville. Fla. 

DOUGLAS L. PEELER. Faith. 

JERE PELLETIER. Mays iUe. 

FRED PENNELL. Moravian Falls. 

ALTON RONALD PENNINGTON. Black Creek. 

JOHN WELDON PENNINGTON. Mocksville. 

OLIVER PENNINGTON. Raleigh. 

BENNETT PERRY, Henderson. 

ROBERT S. PERRY. Sanatorium. 

THOMAS J. PETERSON. Savannah, Ga. 

ROBERT N. PETT1F. Waynesville. 

FITZROY DONALD PHILLIPS, /v./;-/"' Sigma, Rockingham. 

EUGENE HADLEY PICKETT. Raleigh. 

JOHN S. PITTARD. Chapel Hill. 

FRANK PITTMAN, Chapel Hill. 

JAMES K. PITTS. Spring Hope. 



JOHN O. PLONK, Kings Mountain. 

J. L. POINDEXTER, JR., East Bend. 

FRANKLIN ROCKWELL POISSON. Phi Gamma Dt 
Wilmington. 

JAMES G. POLLOCK. Durham. 

BRANTLEY THOMAS POOLE. Raleigh. 

J \MF.S PORTER, Char!. .11,. 

LEE S. POTTER, Aurora. 

CHARLES BENTON PRATT. Madison. 

ALFRED E. PRUITT, Raleigh. 

JOHN CHRISTOPHER PUTNAM. New York. N. Y. 

QUINTON QUALLS. Hallister. 

THOMAS VINCENT QUINN, Keyser, W. Va. 

dosSANTOS BENED1CTA QUIRINO, Brazil. S. \. 

JAMES E. RACKLEY, Durham. 

HAYWOOD J. RAINES, Ramseur. 

HOWARD EUGENE RAINEY. Elon College. 

WILLIAM H. RANDALL. Falcon. 

SAM LEE RAY, Newland. 

EDWIN ALLEN REAMS, Durham. 

HARRY REAVIS, Winston-Salem. 

HAROLD L. REED. Sparta. 

I'M 1. \1. I.E.N REICHLE, JR.. Fayetteville. 



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JOHN R. REYNOLDS, Greensboro. 

AVERY R. RHYNE. Charlotte. 

MILLARD R. RICH, Lumberton. 

CECIL EARL RICHARDSON, Elizabeth City. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK RIDDLE. Sanford. 

MARSHALL HALL ROBERTS, JR., Louisville. Ky. 

RALPH ROBERTS, Broadway. 

EDWIN M. ROBBINS, Greensboro. 

SHELBY A ROEBUCK, Farmville. 

RICHARD E. ROGERS, Williamston. 

WILLIAM VERNON ROGERS, Clarkton. 

FERRELL L. ROLLINS, Bethel. 

HAROLD W. ROLLINS. Bostic. 

CHARLES VANCE ROSE, Gastonia. 

HAROLD ROUSE, Farmville. 

JERRY E. ROWE, Aurora. 

JIMMY PIERSON RUMLEY. Winston-Salem. 

BILL RUTHERFORD. Glen Lock. 

R. J. RUTHERFORD. Durham. 

CHARLES WILLIAM SAIN. Charlotte. 

ROBERT FLOYD SAIN, Charlotte. 

RALPH W. SALES, Asheville. 

EDWARD C. SAMPLES, JR.. Elizabeth City. 



BRUCE MORRISON SANBORN. Gastonia. 

JAMES B. SANDERS. Asheville. 

ALBERT H. SANDS, Raleigh. 

MURRAY RUDOLPH SANTEE, Bladenboro. 

OSCAR T. SAPP, JR., Winston-Salem. 

JAMES SAPPERFIELD, Kannapolis. 

PERRY MALCOM SAPPERSTEIN. Gastonia. 

ALFRED B. SAUNDERS, Troy. 

MARVIN FUTRAN SAUNDERS, Durham. 

DAVID SCHERMERHORN. Westwood. N. J. 

JOHN B. SCHOFIELD. 111. Macon, Ga. 

TOMMY EDGAR SCISM, Pelham. 

BEN A. SCOTT, JR., Henderson. 

JOHN R. SENTER, Raleigh. 

I WES BARRON SHAW, Leaksville. 

RICHARD F. SHAW, Carrboro. 

SHERRILL WAYNE SHAW. Randleman. 

TED P. SHAW, Bladenboro. 

DALE M. SHEPHERD, Ball. 

WATSON NEWBERRY SHERROD. Enfield. 

HERBERT ALLISON SHERWIN. Greensboro. 

BERNARD SHIELDS. Newport News. Ya. 



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BENNIE L. SHUMATE, Elkin. 

CHARLES B. SICELOFF. Williamston. 

LONNIE R. SIDES, JR., Charlotte. 

HERMAN A. SIEBER, Hendersonville. 

IRVING SAMUEL SILVER, High Point. 

GENE L. SIMMONS, Marion. 

WILLIAM F. SIMPSON, Elon College. 

SCOTT SKINNER, St. Louis. Mo. 

WILLIAM P. SKINNER, JR.. Elizabeth City. 

WILLIAM L. SLATE. Mount Airy. 

ROBERT MODERWELL SLOAN. Winston-Salem. 

TOM SMILEY, Raleigh. 

DAN ALVIN SMITH. Winston-Sali m. 

GEORGE D. SMITH, Winston-Salem. 

J W1ES DOUGLAS SMITH. Montvale, Va. 

JIM.MIE HOWARD SMITH. Savannah. Ga. 

NEWTON A. SMITH, Davidson. 

RAY E. SMITH. Mount Olive. 

WILLIAM OLIVER SMITH, JR., Raleigh. 

JOHN W. SMITHERMAN. Winston-Salem. 

THOMAS SOUTHERLAND. Durham. 

JAMES N. SOWELL. Charlotte. 



WILLIAM L. SOWERS, Lexington. 
ELMO DAVIS SPARKS. Charlotte. 
BETTIE MARIE SPARROW. Chapel Hill. 
WILLIAM L. SPEAS, Winston-Salem. 
GRAHAM VENNING SPENCE. Norfolk. Va. 
W. J. SPILLERS. Winston-Salem. 
MARVIN McCLESS SPRUILL, Hampstead. 
JAMES G. STALLINGS, Charlotte. 
.1 UIF.S MARLER, Pilot Mountain. 
LLOYD B. STANLEY. Carolina Beach. 
WILLIAM L. STARK, Oxford. 
FRANK H. STARNES, Cherryville. 
GEORGE B. STATAN. Rocky Mount. 
JAMES B. STEPHENSON, Holly Springs. 
JOHN B. STEPHENSON, Garysburg. 
WILLIAM TURNER STEPHENSON, Halifax. 
J. MILTON STEWART, Fountain Inn. 
OLIVER C. STEWART, JR., Orlando, Fla. 
MILDRED HEATH STOCKS, Snow Hill. 
JACK STOKES, Norfolk, Va. 
HARRY C. STONE. Lumberton. 
JAMES R. STONE, Bailey. 
TEX R. STONE, Bailey. 



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JOHN B. STRATFORD, Graham. 

BILL H. STRICKLAND, Lenoir. 

FRANCIS M. STRONG, Arlington, Mass. 

HAROLD J. STURDIVANT, North Wilkesboro. 

BOB SUMMERLIN, Mount Olive. 

SIGMUND BEAR SWAIN, Manchester. 

ROBERT L. SWEELEY, Laurinburg. 

WILLIAM L. TADLOCK. Washington. 

L. B. TANNER, JR., Liberty. 

W. STANFORD TATE. Lexington. 

CHARLES ELISHA TAYLOR. New York. N. Y. 

DEWEY H. TAYLOR. JR., Washington. 

GEORGE W. TAYLOR. Washington. 

JAMES W. TAYLOR, Snow Hill. 

SIMON F. TERRELL, Warrenton. 

HUBERT D. TERRY, Aulander. 

PAUL K. THAMES, Hope Mills. 

CLYDE M. THOMAS, Rock Hill, S. C. 

JAMES PHILLIPS THOMAS, Baltimore. M,l. 

ROBERT EDWARD THOMAS, Portsmouth. Va. 

ROBERT HUME THOMASON. Flemington. N. J. 

FRED B. THOMPSON, Rocky Mount. 

RUSSELL A. THOMPSON, JR., Wilson. 



JOSEPH CARLYLE THORNBURG. Cherryville. 

PAUL E. THORNBURG, Raleigh. 

E. A. TICE, Philadelphia, Pa. 

J I STI S TICE, Williamston. 

CHARLES G. TODD. Rocky Mount. 

CLARK C. TOTHEROW. Winston-Salem. 

WILTON F. TOWNSEND, Wallace. 

CHARLES E. TRADO, Henderson. 

CHESLEY A. TRICE, Durham. 

FRED VERNON TRULOVE. JR., Greensboro. 

LEE ROY TUCKER, New Bern. 

MARION G. TUCKER. Monroe. 

VIRGIL A. TUCKER. JR.. Mayodan. 

CLARENCE TUGWELL. Greenville. 

ALVIS G. TURNER, JR.. Draper. 

C. C. TURNER, JR., Durham. 

HUBERT D. TYNDALL, Pike\ill,-. 

JOHNNY G. ULMER, Hemingway. S. C. 

WALTER W. UMSTEAD. JR.. Durham. 

JOSEPH R. UTLEY, Sanford. 

GEORGE W. UPCHURCH. JR., Savannah. Ga. 

HENRY T. VADEN, Washington, D. C. 



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Class 







MAURO G. VALENTINE, Bronxville. N. Y. 

BILL VAN VALKENBURGH, Asheville. 

RICHARD VAUDIN, Concord. 

JOHN A. VERDERY, Gastonia. 

ROBERT HARRELL VINSON, Ahoskie. 

WILLIAM MATTHEW VINSON, Ahoskie. 

WILLIAM J. WADDELL. Hendersonville. 

HENRY R. WALL, Raleigh. 

ROBERT H. WALL. Mount Airy. 

W. M. WALLENBORN, Red Hill, Va. 

ROBERT L. WALSH, Denver, Col. 

JESSE MICHAEL WARD. Randleman. 

WILLIAM WRAY WARD, High Point. 

PHIL A. WARNER, High Point. 

MERVINE WARREN, Spray. 

Mi WILSON WARREN, Clinton. 

ALEX S. WATKINS, Henderson. 

LEWIS R. WATSON, Washington. D. C. 

NORMAN RAY WATSON, Raleigh. 

GLENN A. WATTS, Travelers Rest, S. C. 

BRUCE WEATHERLY, Durham. 

WILLIAM H. WEATHERLY. III. Elizabeth Citj 

KENNETH G. WEAYTL, Winston-Salem. 



GEORGE H. WEBB, Greensboro. 

JOHN R. WELLONS, Selma. 

DARIUS WELLS, Roseboro. 

FRED M. WEST, Franklin. 

EFFIE EDA WESTERVELT. Chapel Hill. 

EDWARD E. WHARTON, Merritt. 

FREDERICK SYLVESTER WHISENHUNT, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Florence, S. C. 

WALTER EARL WHITAKER, Graham. 

JIM H. WHITE, Durham. 

MARSHALL W. WHITE, Oxford. 

ROBERT D. WHITE, Marion. 

STANFORD L. WHITE, Hendersonville. 

WILLIAM A. WHITE. Hertford. 

WILLIAM H. WHITE. JR., Greenville. 

RALPH ALDEN WHITEHURST, HiUsboro. 

ROBERT L. WHITLOCK. JR.. Mount Airy. 

HAROLD RAY WICKER, Sanford. 

ADOLPHUS A. WILLIAMS. Hamlet. 

AL H. WILLIAMS. Rochester. N. V. 

BRYAN WILLIAMS, JR., Raleigh. 

JAMES ALLISON WILLIAMS, Bailey. 

JAMES RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, Hamlet. 



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NORWOOD E. WILLIAMS, Wallace. 
THOMAS A. WILLIAMS, JR., Greensboro. 
VERNEL HUGHES WILLIAMS, Durham. 
JASON M. WILLIAMS, Cerro Gordo. 
W. JAMES WILLIAMSON, Crewe. Va. 
JUNIUS W. WILLIARD, High Point. 
JAMES G. WILLIFORD, Winston-Salem. 
\RTHUR R. WILLIS, Wilmington. 
DAVID PEARCE WILLIS, Sanitorium. 
FLOYD M. WILLIS, JR., Winston-Salem. 
CLAUDE ARTHUR WILSON, Monroe. 
GLEN WILSON, Angier. 
NOAH R. WILSON, JR., Wilsons Mills. 
RICHARD KENDALL WILSON. Roanoke Rapids. 
JOHN McMANUS WINSLOW. Hertford. 



STEVE WOLLMAN. Mount Vernon. N. V. 

WILLIAM EVERETTE WOODIE. West Jefferson. 

LEE WOODY, South Boston, Va. 

ROY LEE WRAY, Lynchburg. Va. 

CHARLES WRIGHT, Carrboro. 

KENNETH W. WRIGHT, Beaufort. 

KENNETH V. WYATT. Morganton. 

HOWARD YANDLE. Charlotte. 

JACK D. YARBORO, Hendersonville. 

WILSON FRANKLIN YARBOROUGH. Fayettevi 

HERBERT S. YATES, Rockingham. 

KIMBLE CARSON YATES. Raleigh. 

BEN YELVERTON, Rocky Mount. 

OSCAR H. YOKLEY, Mount Airy. 

WILLIAM VANN YORK. High Point. 



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SCHOOL OF PHRRmRCY 




David D. Claytor, William M. Jordan, and Rex Paramore 



Officers 



David D. Claytor President 

Rex Paramore Vice-President 

WlLLIAM M. JORDAN .... Secretary-Treasurer 



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Our School of Pharmacy is getting old. On November 13, 1947, appropriate ceremonies celebrating the fiftieth 
anniversary of the school were held in Howell Hall. The School enters the second half of the first century with 
bright prospects for the future. 

Along with the advancement in enrollment which was 223 this year, is an advancement in the graduate 
program. During this past academic year a number of graduate assistantships and fellowships were established. 

Highlights of the year included some of the following big events and projects: The annual weiner roast in the 
fall to welcome the new students, the rushing of new students by the pharmaceutical fraternities, the establishing 
of the North Carolina Pharmaceutical Research Foundation to promote graduate work in pharmacy, the Christmas 
party given by the Pharmacy Girls Association, the initiation of the large number of students into Rho Chi. the 
honorary pharmacy fraternity, the meetings of the Student Branch of the N. C. P. A., the Pharmacy Senate, and 
the annual pharmacy week-end gaiety of picnics and a dance. All these things plus many hours in the labs and class- 
rooms make up what goes on within the School of Pharmacy. 

The School of Pharmacy student body has a group of officers, and the four classes are also organized under 
an executive system. 

Officers of the School were: David D. Claylor. President: Rex Paramore. Vice-President: William W. Jordan. 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the Fourth Year Class were: Edward S. Powell. President; Viola Richards Howell, Vice-President; 
Robert H. Seaborn. Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the Third Year Class were: G. R. Pittman, President: W. W. Jordan. Vice-President: Jean Snyder, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the Second Year Class were: John L. Jones, President: Reginald C. Ferrell. Vice-President: Anna 
L. Slack. Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the First Year Class were: Earl G. Williams. President; Robert L. Dewar. Vice-President: Henry 
D. Smith. Secretary-Treasurer. 



Robert L. Dewar 
Earl G. William- 
Henry D. Smith 




Senio 



Blillt) hard 

Borders 
Brantley 
Brinklcv 



Burgiss 

Burrus 
Campbell 

Claytor 
Ellington 





•*s i JflE* 




^ v 



EVELYN PITT BLANCHARD 

Wallace B. S. in Pharmacy 

Upha Gamma Delta; Kappa Epsiltm; Class Officer I.'). S itary- 

Treasurer. Student Legislature III: Basketball (2); 1. W. C. A. 
'2. .".. tl: Pharmacv Senate (2). Recorder (3, I!. President. 
Pharmac) Girls' \ssociation (2, 3, II: N. C. P. \. (2, 3), Secretary 
ill: Dormitor) Social Chairman III: Baptist Student Union (3), 
I x.. alive Committee 111. 



CHARLOTTE MAE BORDERS 

Shelby B. S. in Pharmac) 

V i. P. \. II. 2, 3, li: Pharmac] Girls' issocia I II. 2. 3, li 



PATSY ROY BURGISS 
Sparta 



B. S. in Pharmacy 



k'i';., Epsilon, Vice-President III: fl/io Chi (3. 41; N. C. P. A. 

11. 2. .!. li. Secretar) Ml: Pha tc) School Secretar] (3) ! Dean's 

Cabled 111: Class OHicei I-'. .11: C. I. C. A. Ill: Freshman Y 
Council Hi: Student Idvisoi Hi. 



BRAINARD MONROE BURRUS 

Canton B. S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa P«". 

LENA SILVER CAMPBELL 

Black Mountain B. S. in Pharmacy 



WILLIAM CAIN BRANTLEY 

Raleigh B. S. in Pharmacy 

HI,., i hi ill: Kappa Psi li. li: Lambda Chi Upha (1, -'. .11. 



DAVID DORTCH CLAYTOR 

Hillsboro B. S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi; Pharmac) School Vice-President 111. 



CLIFTON SCOTT BRINKLEY 

Hickory B. S. in Pharmacy 

N. C. r v Membership Chairman (3); Phi Delia Chi, Delegate (3), 
' "i res] ling Sei retar) i 1 1 . 



MARY ETHEL ELLINGTON 

Charleston. S. C. B. S. in Pharmacy 

V W. C. \. Ill: N. C. P. A. II. 2. .'.. II: Pharmac; Girls' 
Usocialion II. .'. 3, II; Pharmac] Senate (41. 



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^armacy 




Fleming 
Gilbert 
Gilliam 

Gordon 



Graham 
Griffin 
Honiei 
Howell 
Koonee 



OLIVER GLENN FLEMING 

Smithfield B. S. in Pharmai 

PI Drlm Chi; HI,., Chi; Hon incil (4); i - \1 I \ (3J 



LEON IRVIN GRAHAM 

Roseboro B. S. in Pharmac) 

i.l. . i luL (1, 2, n 



l.\Ci E\RL GILBERT. JR. 
Parkton 

Pl,i Deli,, Chi; N. C. P. A. 



B. S. in Pharmacy 



DORIS M \RIEGILLI \M 

Sanford B. S. in Pharmacx 

Kaoprt Epsilon, Pledgi distress (3), Secretary-Treasurer Ul: Kl,„ 
Chi, Sound and Fury (2); Y. W. (. \. II. 2. 3, II. Secretary "l 
Council (1): Class Officer (31: N. C. P. A. II. 2. 3, II; Pharmacy 
Senate (1, J. 3, I) i Pharmac,- Girls' Association (1, 2. 3, 41. 



ELLERBE WILSON GRIFFIN, JR. 

Kings Mountain B. S. in Pharmacy 

Upha T„u Om,g«; Class Officer (1): Y. M. C. A. II. 2, 3, II. 



LUCILLE EARL HORNER 

Patter?on Springs B. S. in Phargiac) 

Kappa Epsilon; Y. W. C. A. (1, -. I); N. C. P. K. II. 2, 3, ll: 
Pharmacy Girls' Association 11. -'. 1, »). Sccrctar) (4). 



VIOLA RICHARDS HOWELL 

Mount Airy B. S. in Pharmacy 



LEON LEWIS GORDON 

Rutherfordton 

Rho Chi: N. C. P. \. 1.1. 2. 3, ll. 



B. S. in Pharmacy 



SAMUEL GRADY KOONCE 

Chadbourn B. S. in Pharmacy 



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Senior Class 



Lovellc 
Mathews 
Millawav 
Mitchener 



Morgan 
Pace 
Powell 
Propsl 
Rose 




JAMES FLEMING LOVETTE 

Graham B. S. in Pharmac\ 

Rh„ Chi. 



GEORGE DAYLON MORGAN 

Clayton B. S. in Pharmacy 

/•A, Delta Chi. Y. M. C. A. («. 



GEORGE W. MATHEWS. JR. 

Asheville B. S. in Pharmacy 

Phi Delia Chi; Western North Carolina Club (3J. 



MARYELLEN CORNELIA MILLAWAY 

Burlington 

Kappa Epsilon. VI. 3, I) : Glee Club, (1. 21 ; N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3. 
I: Pharmacy Girls' Association (1, 2. 3. i) : Pharmacy Senate (2, 3. 
41 ; C. I. C. A. tlj. 



JAMES WADDELL MITCHENER 

Edenton B. S. in Pharmacv 



THOMAS AIKEN PACE 

Hendersonville B. S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Chi. 

EDWARD SHOLAR POWELL 

Oxford B. S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi. 

GOLD BLANTON PROPST 

Morganton B. S. in Pharmacy 

So.cer (31. 

WINFIELD P. ROSE 

Chapel Hill B. S. in Pharmacy 

Phi Mil Alpha; Band (1. 2, 3, 4). 



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harmacy 




Rose 
Sanders 
Seaborn 
Skakle 



Stutls 

Temple 

Tunstall 

Uzzell 



WILLIE C. ROSE 
Newton Grove 

Kappa Psi; V. M. C. A. (1). 



B. S. in Pharmac\ 



EVELYN LOVING STUTTS 

Cameron B. S. in Pharmacy 

Y. \V. i . \. ,„ ,1 Member; Pharmacy Senate; N. C. P. A. 



CHARL HENRY SANDERS 

Somerville. Tennessee B. S. in Pharmacy 



HERBERT AUSTIN TEMPLE 

Sanford B. S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi. 



ROBERT HAWTHORNE SEABORN 

Victoria, Virginia B. S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi. Historian (2. 3. 4,1 ; Pliarmacv Class. Secretary-Treasurer 
(4); Student Legislature (2); Pharmacy Senate (3), Secretary-Treas- 



CHRISTINE TUNSTALL 

Apex B. S. in Pharmacy 



SYBIL BERNADINE SKAKLE 



Hatteras 



B. S. in Pharmacy 



Kappa Epsilon (2, 3, 4) ; N. C P. A. (3, 4) ; Pharmacy Girls' 



STEVE CARTER CECIL UZZELL 



Black Mountain 



B. S. in Pharmacy 



Chi Phi; Western North Carolina Club (3, 4.1 ; N. C P. A. (1. 2. 3. 41. 



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Junior Class 



ERNEST R. ANDERSON, High Point. 
HARLEY ONEIL BENSON, Robbins. 
JIMMIE CLAXTON BOWERS, Kappa Psi, Morganlon. 



JAMES HOWARD BOYLES, Pi Kappa Alpha, Cherryville. 

JANE BRADFORD, Rho Chi, Greensboro. 

EARLE GARNES CALDWELL, Rho Chi, Lumberlon. 



SAMUEL MacDONALD CAVANAUGH, Wallace. 

HUBERT MORRIS COFFEE, Thomasville. 

WESLEY THOMAS COLLIER, Kappa Psi, Roanoke Rapids 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COLLINS. Kappa Psi, Weldon. 
RAYMOND LEE CREEKMORE, Phi Delia Chi, Whitevffle. 
JAMES WILLIAM EDWARDS, Scotland Neck. 



ZACK LESTER FINGER. Kappa Psi. Valdese. 
WILLIAM GORDON FORREST. Winterville. 
WINDFIELD SCOTT GARDNER, Macon. 



SANDY DAVIS GRIFFIN, Marshville. 

ROBERT BUCKNER HALL, Phi Delta Chi, Mocksville. 

ROBERT FRANKLIN HARRISON, Kappa Psi, Cbadbourn. 




jCj C% C* 




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3 harmacy 




HAL BURGESS HAWKINS, Kappa Psi, Statesville. 

RAYMOND EDWARD HEATH, Newport. 

JOHN COGDELL HOOD, JR., Kappa Psi, Kinston. 



BAYARD CLEVELAND JOHNSON, Bunn. 
CLARENCE ELBERT JOHNSON, Forest City. 
WILLIAM WALTER JORDAN, Raleigh. 



WINFRED A. KING, Mount Airy. 
VIRGINIA LIMBAUGH. Asheville. 
MARY BETH LOCKWOOD, Beta Sigma Phi, Burnswick, Ga. 



LAMTON WOOSLEY LONDON, Cherryville. 
JOHN DAVID LOWE, High Point. 
ROBERT MILES MARTIN, Red Oak. 



HERBERT McKEITHAN, JR., Phi Delta Chi, Raeford. 

T. WAYNE MITCHELL, Roseboro. 

STEVE ANDREW PAPPAS, Phi Delta Chi, Charlotte. 



G ROVER RUDOLPH PITTMAN, Kewly. 
WILBUR WINFIELD PROVO, Mars Hill. 
WILLIAM MOOREFIELD PUCKETT, Fuquay Springs 



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JOHN M. RANCKE, Phi Delta Chi, Lumberton. 
DANIEL EDWARD RHODES. Phi Delta Chi. Morganton. 
RALPH PEELE ROGERS. JR.. Kappa ilpha, Durham. 



HAROLD EDWARD ROPER. Franklin. 

ROBERT McGILL ROSS. Bessemer City. 

VANN VANDERLYN SECREST. JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha. Monroe 



NORMAN W. SHERWOOD. Iowa Park. Texas. 
GRADY W. SHUFORD. Kappa Alpha. Forest City. 
PEGGY ANN SIMMONS. Kappa Epsilon, Lincolnton. 



JEAN IOLA SNYDER, Alpha Gamma Delta, Hagerstown, 
Maryland. 

JOSEPH CARSON SOUTHERN. High Point. 

HENRY GRADY THOMAS. Phi Delta Chi, Sanford. 



JOSEPH KELLY TURNER. JR., Speed. 

CLAUDE CAMERON WHEELER. Rho Chi, Wilson. 

BRUCE ALEXANDER WILLIAMS. Kappa Psi, Nashvil 



RUSSELL LOW ELL YOUNG. JR.. Kappa Psi, Murphy. 



Junior Class Pharmacy 

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Sophomore Class Pharmacy 




JARVIS MARION U.I.ICOOI). Washington. 
JAMES EDWIN BROOKSHIRE. Winston-Salem. 
ARTHUR ETHERIDGE. Elizabeth City. 
ARLISS R. CULLER, Pinnacle. 
A. LYLE DAVIS, Roxboro. 



Point. 



WILLIAM TAYLOR DEMENT. Oxford. 

JAMES HENRY DOWDY. Kappa Alpha, Hi 

NELL EVANS, Ashevffle. 

REGINALD C. FERRELL. Nashville. 

I \MES CHANDLER GABRIEL. Kappa Psi, Mooresville. 

U.VIS B. GILLIAM. JR., Reidsville. 

HARVEY C. GREESON. Greensboro. 

JOHN PALMER HORTON. JR.. Phi Delta Chi. 
North Wilkesboro. 

EDGAR DIXON HOYLE. Phi Delta Chi, Cooleemee. 

CHARLES F. JONES, Oxford. 

FLOYD E. JONES. JR., Kappa Psi. Morehead City. 
JOHN LEE JONES. JR.. Canton. 
RICHARD A. KNIGHT. Columbia. 
KEITH BULLARD LEWIS, Chapel Hill. 
OSCAR WALTER MILLS. Leaks\ille. 

MARINA P. MOSELEY, Warrenton. 
BASCOM ROBERT PHIFER. Phi Delta Chi, Spencer. 
HOMER FRANKLIN PULLIAM, Leaksville. 
ERNEST JOHN RABIL. Kappa Psi, Weldon. 
WILLIAM TILLMAN RHODES, JR., St. Pauls. 



ROBERT EDGAR SCHARFF, \sheville. 
ANNA LUNDA SLACK, Kappa Epsilon, Raleigh. 
ROBERT CHARLES WILSON, Kappa Psi, Hendersonville. 
ROBERT RICKMAN WOODY. Snow Camp. 
EUGENE McDONALD USSERY, Cognac. 

JAMES ANDREWS UZZELL, Chi Phi, Black Mountain. 

MARSHALL RAY VICKERS, Burlington. 

OLIN H. WELSH, Lumberton. 

EMILY JOAN WEST, Durham. 

BERNIE MAURICE SHEFFIELD. Colfax. 



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Freshman Class 



WILLIAM ADAM ANDERSON, High Point. 
DONALD LEON BENNETT, Fuquay Springs. 
JAMES E. BENNICK, Charlotte. 



BARBARA BESS, Sylva. 
MARGARET BOOTH, Apex. 
MAURICE L. BUNCH, JR.. Edenton. 



WILLIAM MAURICE CARSON, Gastonia. 
WILLIAM D. CASH, Chesnee, S. C. 
RALPH E. CARTER, Roxobel. 



WALTER ALLEN CLODFELTER, Uheboro. 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COOPER, Warsaw. 
CHARLES E. DEATON, Liberty. 



ROBERT LINDSEY DEWAR. Fuquay Springs 
VANCE L. GABRIEL, Mooresville. 
ROLAND DLVALL GODWIN, Kenly. 



] \MES G. GRANTHAM, Wilmington. 
CRAWFORD FORBES GRIGGS. Elizabeth City. 
U.FRED GREGORY HOWE. Alpha Chi Sigma, Washington. 

PAUL RONALD JENKINS, Como. 

CARL E. JOLLEY. Mooresboro. 

HOLLAND BRAUDIS LEONARD, JR.. Kappa Alpha, High Point. 




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JOHN HENRY LOWDER, Albemarle. 
VANCE G. McGUGAN, Dunn. 
RICHARD LEE McINTOSH. Burnsville. 



GEORGE McDONALD MOOREFIELD, Harmony. 
WILLIAM WARREN NORTHCOTT. Trinity. 
SAMl EL ARTHUR PACE. Newton. 



VICTOR HORN PERRY. Franklin. 

W. MOSS SALLEY. JR.. Phi Delia The,,,. Vsheville. 

W. STANFORD TATE. Lexington. 



ALVIS G. TURNER. JR.. Draper. 
BILL VAN VALKENGURGH, Asheville. 
JOHN CLAUD WILKIE, JR.. ^sheboro. 



EARL GASTON WILLIAMS, Gastonia. 

JOHN BENNETT WOODARD, Phi Eta Sigma, Hamlet. 

WILLIAM HOOPER WILSON. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Clinton. 



GENE STEVENSON SHERARD, Phi Delia Chi, Burlington. 
HENRY DALE SMITH. Spartanburg. S. C. 
JOHN HUGH THIGPEN, JR.. Edenton. 



DARIUS WELLS. Roseboro. 
LLOYD M. WHALEY, Beulaville. 
HOWARD YANDLE. Charlotte. 



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The Senate has as its purpose the stimulation of in- 
creased knowledge and appreciation of the profession of 
Pharmacy by free discussion of its various phases. Mem- 
bership is limited to students and practitioners in the field 
of Pharmacj . 

The Pharmacy Senate was organized and created at 
the University of North Carolina as the "brainchild" of 
Dr. E. A. Brecht. instructor of Materia Medica and Phar- 
maceutical Chemistry. Since its formation in February 
1940. it has been adopted in form (if not in name) by 
several other colleges of Pharmacy throughout the coun- 
try. 

In addition to regular meetings held every other week 
during which new drugs, price controls, merchandising 
policies, community health programs are discussed, an 
annual trip to some large Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 
house was held. 

Officers for 1948: Evelyn Blanchard. President; Robert 
Seaborn, Secretary-Treasurer; Nina Moseley, Recorder: 
Patsy Burgiss. Reporter. 



Pharmacy Senate 




Evel} 


., Blanchard 


Pa 


isy Burgiss 


Lena 


S. Campbell 


111! 


I>,tI Coffee 


Mai 


y Ellington 


Mar] 


Jane Failing 


Do 


ris Gilliam 


Rob 


icrl B. Hall 


Hal 


B. Hawkins 


John 


C. Hood. Jr. 


n 


oyd Jones 


Le 


roy Lanier 


Herbc 


rt MrKeithan 


Marye 


lien Millawaj 


Geo 


rge Morgan 


Ni 


na Mosel; 


Bol 


l»ert Phifer 


Chari 


1 H. Sanders 


Rober 


1 H. Seaborn 


A, 


ina Slaek 


Jv 


in Snyder 


Ev 


elyn Stutts 


Sieve 


C. C IVzell 


Robert Wilson 


Kussell 


L. Young. J, 



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ISeophyte Pharmacists at ivork and at play- 



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School of Law 




Seated : W. B. Ayeock, Editor-in-Chief of the IX. C. Law Review} Catherine Powell, Secre- 
tary; and James D. Phillips, Associate Editor of the IS. C. Law Review • Standing: 
Donald McCoy, Vice-President; William Friday, President; James Luck, Treasurer. 




William James Allran. Jr.. Cherryville. 
George A. Ayscue, Monroe. 
James Ruffin Bailey. Raleigh. 
William Faison Barnes, Pinetops. 
Joe Hill Barrington, Jr.. Lumberton. 
Raymond West Bradley, Jr., Bessemer City. 
Herbert Vinson Bridgers, Enfield. 
William Hassell Burton, Jr., Mebane. 



Robert H. Butler, St. Pauls. 
Thomas Vickers Cauble. Chapel Hill. 
William Horace Chamblee, Asheville. 
Henry Elliott Colton, Chapel Hill. 
Frank Patton Cooke, Kannapolis. 
James Crawford Cooper. Jr., Henderson. 
Philip Ross Craver, Lexington. 
James Sloan Currie. Clarkton. 



Edgar S. W. Dameron. Burlington. 
William Archie lift-. Jr.. Goldsboro. 
Elton Edwards. Morehead City. 
William (Hyde Friday, Dallas. 
William Harry Fullenwider. Monroe. 
Tom S. Garrison, Jr.. Asheville. 
Lemuel Hardy Gibbons. Hamlet. 
Ceorge Leighton Grantham. Fairmont. 



Jack Mills Harrill, Forest City. 
Roscoe Maurice Holland. Clinton. 
John Richard Jordan, Jr., Winton. 
James Russell Kirby. Lucama. 
Fletcher Cullen Mann. Pittsboro. 
John Alton McAllister. Raleigh. 
Donald Whitfield McCoy. Laurinburg. 
Hobart Loring McKeever, Tampa. Florida. 



David Marsh McLelland, Statesville. 
Lennox Polk McLendon. Jr.. Green-bo 
August L. Meyland. Jr.. Wilmington. 
Daniel Wescott Moser. Asheboro. 
Talmadge L. Narron. Kenly. 
Robert Newton Page, III. Aberdeen. 
W illiam Horton Petree. Winston-Salem 
James D. Phillips. Laurinburg. 



Morris G. Pickard. Burlington. 

Catherine Simmons Powell. Whiteville. 

George Galloway Price. Taylorsville. 

Landon Haynes Roberts. Marshall. 

Claude Frederick Seila. Westfield. New Jersey. 

Billy C. Smith. Pittsboro. 

Joseph Collins Travis. Charlotte. 

Daniel Joshua Walker. Jr.. Graham. 



Alfred Decatur Ward, New Bern. 
William Terrell W ebster, Jr.. Gastonia. 
Thomas M. Wells, Chapel Hill. 



Seated: M. T. Van Hecke, Dean R. H. Wettach. Frank Hanft. and Albert Coates • Stand- 
ings F. B. McCall, Joh. P. Dalzell, and Herbert Baer. 



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Thomas Floyd Adams. Jr., Z)e//n r/ieta fAi, 

Willow Springs. 
Jay Wilson Alexander. Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta. 

Charlotte. 
Leonard Gleason Allen, Phi Delta Theta. 

Wilmington. 
Julius Carl Barefoot. Jr.. Delta Theta Phi, 

Greensboro. 
Robert E. Bencini. Jr.. Phi Gamma Delta, 

High Point. 



Walter Foil Brinkley. Kappa Sigma, Lexington. 
Eupha Odis Brogden. Delta Theta Phi, Raleigh. 
Joseph M. Broughton. Jr.. Raleigh. 
Marcellus Buchanan. Ill, Phi Alpha Delta, Sylva. 
Cale Burgess, Jr., Raleigh. 



Robert Edward Calder, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

\\ ilmington. 
Charles Wayne Campbell, Phi Delta Phi, Hickory. 
John Wishart Campbell. Delta Theta Phi, 

Lumberton. 
Michael L. Carr. Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky 

Mount. 
Lester G. Carter. Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Fayetteville. 



James Fletcher Chesnutt, Phi Alpha Delta. 

Clinton. 
Edward Coppala, Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte. 
Robert Elijah Covington. Jr.. Sigma Chi, 

Pachuta. Mississippi. 
\\ illiam Edward Elmore, Lumberton. 
William Arthur Fairev, II. Burlington. 



Worth B. Folger. 

Joseph Albert Gassen. Zeta Beta Tan. Miami. Fla. 

Charles Wilburn Gordon, Jr., Delta Theta Phi. 

Spencer. 
Frank Telfair Grady, Seven Springs. 
Thomas Battle Griffin. LaGrange. 



Theodore E. Haigler. Jr.. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi 

Beta Kappa, Sanford. 
Philip R. Hedrick. Phi Alpha Delta. Statesi illr. 
Robert A. Hedrick. Delta Psi, Phi Alpha Delta, 

Statesville. 
Rufus Cogburn Hewitt, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Florence. S. C. 
Richard Allen Hollander, Washington, D. C. 



Ilynum M. Hunter. Zeta Psi. Greensboro. 
William T. Joyner, Jr.. Raleigh. 
Harvey Ronald Kennedy. Sanford. 
Thomas Bland Keys, Washington. 
Thomas Guy Lane. Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi 
Alpha Delta, Charlotte. 



Junius B. Lee. Jr.. Delta Theta Phi. Four Oaks 

Robert D. Little. Raleigh. 

Nicholas Long. Kappa Alpha, Roanoke Rapids. 

Walter Bennett Love. Jr., Monroe. 

James Harvey Luck. Cedar Falls. 



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William Burton Lvon, Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta, 

Chapel Hill." 
Ernest William Machen. Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Phi 

Alpha Delta. Chapel Hill. 
John Edward Markham. Beta Theta Pi, Durham. 
George M. McDermott, Delta Theta Phi, Vass. 
Robert Lerov McMillan. Jr.. Raleigh. 



Joseph C. Moore, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma 

Phi, Clearwater, Florida. 
Sam Fox Mordecai, Zeta Psi, Raleigh. 
Thomas McGrath Mullen. Sigma Chi, Greensboro. 
William Stewart Neel, Mooresville. 
William H. Oeburn. Sanford. 



Francis Iredell Parker, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte. 
Thomas R. Payne, Phi Alpha Delta. Charlotte. 
Elbert S. Peel. Jr.. Williamson. 
Norman Hugh Person, Fayetteville. 
James Turner Pritchett. Jr.. Phi Delta Theta, Phi 
Alpha Delta, Lenoir. 



Paul Harold Ridge, Phi Alpha Delta, Gibsonville. 
Norwood Everett Robinson. Phi Alpha Delta, 

Washington. 
John David Roeder, New ^ork, N. Y. 
Daniel David Retchin. Wilmington. 
Robert Dixon Rouse. Phi Alpha Delta, Farmville. 



Katherine \ irginia Settle. Roanoke, Va. 

Lee Warren Settle. North Wilkesboro. 

Jesse C. Sigmon, Jr., Newton. 

John Herbert White Small. Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha 

Delta, Elizabeth City. 
Julius Clarence Smith, III. Phi Gamma Delta, 

Phi Alpha Delta, Greensboro. 



William Lester Smith, Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte 
William Henrv Snow, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta 

Theta Phi, High Point. 
Robert A. Spencer, Kinston. 
Raymond Eugene Sumrell. New Bern. 
Robert S. Swain. Kappa Alpha, Asheville. 



James Leroy Tapley. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta 

Sigma, Shaw. Miss. 
Francis S. Taylor, Kappa Alpha. Durham. 
James Taylor, Phi Alpha Delta, Elkin. 
James Ralph Todd. Jr.. Phi Delta Theta. Delia 

Sigma Pi, Lenoir. 
Arthur Manuel Utley. Jr.. Kappa Sigma, 

High Point. 



Charles Fogle Vance, Jr., Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha 

Delta, Winston-Salem. 
Livingston Vernon. Morganton. 
Walter Preston White, Phi Kappa Sigma, Delta 

Theta Phi. Winston-Salem. 
C. A. York, Jr., L>e/fa Theta Phi, High Point. 




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Bill Steve Agapion, Greensboro. 
John Ransom Bain, Four Oaks. 
William Ashe Bason, Raleigli. 
Norwood Bruce Boney. Jr., Kenansvillc 
William H. Booe, Charlotte. 
Edwin Maurice Braswell. Chapel Hill. 



June Ray Braswell, Newland. 
John Tabor Brock. Farmington. 
James Shelley Brower. Wingate. 
James Lee Bulla. Jr.. High Point. 
Joseph Kincaid Byrd, Morganton. 
Harn G. Charles, Jr.. Florence, S. C. 



Lawrence Clyde Clarke. Ill, Roxboro. 

Max Oliver Cogburn, Candler. 

William L. Cooke, Aulander. 

Oscar Edward Cordle. Norfolk. \ a. 

Orville Dillard Coward, Sylva. 

Raymond Thaxter Culclasure. Forest City. 



Martin A. Cutler, Lexington. 

Emery Byrd Denny, Jr., Raleigh. 

Joseph Daniel Franks, Jr.. Phi Kappa Sigma, 

Elon College. 
Leroy Frank Fuller, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta 

Gamma Sigma, Scarsdale, N. ^ . 
0. Max Gardner, Shelby. 
William Allan Garrett, Danville, Ya. 

Robert Taliafero Gash. Brevard. 
Winston Bangs Gunnels, Phi Delta Theta, 

Sandersville. Georgia. 
Luther Hamilton, Jr.. Morehead City. 
William S. Harris, Jr., Mebane. 
John Richardson Haworth, Higli Point. 
Rufus K. Havworih. High Point. 



William Ware Henderson. Pensacola, Florida. 

Homer Hunter Henry, Clyde. 

Oma Hundro Hester. Jr.. Phi Kappa Sigma, 

High Point. 
Robert Lee Hines. Phi Gamma Delia, Chapel Hill. 
Edward Brandt Hipp. Greensboro. 
James Womble Hoyle. Sanford. 



Bruce King Hutchinson. Marion. 

Sol Arthur Jaffa. Tan Epsilon Phi, Charlotte. 

Lawrence McNeill Johnson, Phi Gamma Delia. 

Aberdeen. 
C. Talmadge Jordon, Wilmington. 
Harold Allen Keen, Phi Beta Kappa. Raleigh. 
John Pressly Kennedy, Jr., Charlotte. 



Robert Richard Laidlaw. Western Springs, 111. 

Robert 1). Larsen, Fayetteville. 

Joseph Ira Lee. Smithfield. 

William Ernest Mackie, Phi Gamma Delia. 

Chapel Hill. 
James Patrick McDermott. Chapel Hill. 



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Moran Dorith McLendon, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. 

Morven. 
James Brogham McMullan. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Raleigh. 
Philip Hodgin Modlin, Sigma Chi, Jamestown. 
Jesse Seneca Moore, Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Reidsville. 
Thomas Jones Nixon, Jr., Hertford. 
Daniel Louis Parker, Smithfield. 

Ernest E. Parker, Jr., Shallotte. 
Junius Hugh Peedin, Fayetteville. 
Robert Williamson Perdue, Asheville. 
Warren Seipp Perry, Kappa Sigma. Kinston. 
Frederick Davis Poisson. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Wilmington. 
Edward Knox Powe, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Durham. 

Leonard Stewart Powers. Mayodan. 

Frank Battley Rankin. Mount Holly. 

Don Avery Reid, Lenoir. 

Zennie Lawrence Riggs, Maysville. 

Stanley Leigh Rodenbough. Ill, Kappa Alpha. 

Winston-Salem. 
Alfred Joseph Rodman. Baltimore, Maryland. 



Clyde Thomas Rollins, Delta Sigma Pi, Hickor) . 

Kenneth Addison Ross, Greensboro. 

Herbert Horton Roundtree, Farmville. 

Joseph Vance Rowe, Jr., Aberdeen. 

Henry Estil Royall. Smithfield. 

Renaud Capers Shannonhouse, Pittsboro. 



A. A. Zollicoffer. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Henderson 

Basil Lamar Sherrill, Gastonia. 

Marshall T. Spears, Jr., Durham. 

0. E. Starnes, Jr., Asheville. 

George Daniel Stenhouse. Alpha Tau Omega, 

Goldsboro. 
Ralph C. Stephens, Orrum. 

Lubie M. Stocks, Snow Hill. 

Barbara M. Stockton, Alpha Gamma Delta, 

Franklin. 
Ralph M. Stockton, Beta Theta Pi, 

Winston-Salem. 
William M. Storey, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. 
Kirby Sullivan, Phi Beta Kappa, Leland. 
Julius Faison Thomson, Beta Theta Pi, Goldsboro. 

Lynn Bradford Tillery, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Wilmington. 
Clark Canara Totherow, Winston-Salem. 
Russell Etheridge Twiford, Alpha Tau Omega, 

Elizabeth City. 
Richard Elvins Wardlow, Joplin, Missouri. 
Charles Frederic Warren. Zeta Psi, 

Washington, D. C. 
William Henley Watson, Delta Sigma Pi, 

Winston-Salem. 



Andrew G. Williamson, Phi Delta Theta, 

Lumberton. 
Juliana Davis Wilson, Candler. 
T. Stanton Wilson, Candler. 
Thomas Breckinridge Woody, Roxboro. 









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Public Health 



E. G. McGAVRAN 

Dean of The School of Public Health 



The School of Public Health of the University of North 
Carolina is one of the nine professional schools in the 
United States accredited for the teaching of Public Health. 
Public Health is one of the newer professions. It is a pro- 
fession that uses the basic skills and knowledge of Medi- 
cine, Engineering, Nursing and Education. Our graduates 
are then Public Health specialists in Medicine, Engineer- 
ing, Nursing Education and Laboratory Science. 

The day of obtaining adequate protection of the public- 



health by a single profession or a single individual is long 
past. It takes a team of professionals, skilled in prevention 
to deal with the highly complex society in which we live. 
The purpose and goal of our School is then to train 
for the ever increasing demand of communities, this team 
of specialists in the various professional fields, who will 
guide and lead the communities in prevention of disease, 
in prolongation of life and in providing fuller, happier, 
and more productive citizenship for all. 



Faculty ol the School oj Public He 
Chanlett. C. G. Sheps, J. Wright, J. 
S. Halbcrt, Eunice Tvler, Margaret B 



Bernard Reidle. Lucv Morgan. Elta Mae Mast, H. G. Bain. E. T. 
l (Sceretarv), Dean E. C. McCavran. John Larsh, Paul D. Hann. 
Hughes Bryan, Ruth Hay. 




School of Public Health 



Martha Aiken, Nursing, Columbia, S. C. 
Pauline Alexander, Nursing, Sylva. 
Edith Gaynor Alston, Nursing, Portsmouth, Va. 
Joseph C. Alvarez, Sanitation, Tampa, Fla. 
Mary Fox Arnold, Education, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



John E. Baker, Jr., Education, Florence, S. C. 
Jean-Marie Mahon Barnes, Education, Oceanside, N. Y. 
Clemie D. Barton, Nursing, Bentley, La. 
Edna Louise Black, Nursing, Graham. 
Luis Carlos Bonillo, Sanitary Engineering, Bogota, 
Colombia, S. A. 



Thelma Gley Bostick, Nursing, Raleigh. 
Genevieve Burton, Education, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ruth Brawley, Parasitology, Mooresville. 
Joncie S. Brewer, Nursing, Greensboro. 
Martha Weaver Broadaway, Nursing, Marshville 



Lois Folger Brown, Nursing. Lexington. 
Martha Elizabeth Burch, Nursing, Bat Cave. 
Henry Grady Callison, Jr., Sanitary Engineering, 

Columbia, S. C. 
Dorothy Elizabeth Carpenter, Nursing, Lebanon, Ky. 
Louise Jarrell Carter, Nursing, Reidsville. 



Ann Stanley Chamblee, Nursing, Greenville. S. C. 
Mary Elizabeth Chilson, Education. Salisbury. 
Gertrude Mabel Clouse, Education, Humbird, Wis. 
Dorothy Soledia Colquitt, Nursing, Savannah, Ga. 
Eugenia Rucker Cooper, Nursing, Columbia, S. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Copeland. Nursing, Midland, Ga. 
Herbert Walton Cox, Parasitology, Clarkton. 
Virginia Poindexter Crenshaw, Nursing, Nashville. 
Sumaia Curi, Nursing, Chavantes, S. Paulo, Brazil. 
Ruth E. Dart, Education, West Point, Miss. 



Edith Parker Davis. Nursing. Chesterfield, S. C. 

Mary Ruth Davis, Nursing, Robbins. 

Nettie Lee Day, Education, Oxford. 

Christine Anderson Dickens, Nursing, Gretna, Va. 

Mary Lee Donoho, Nursing, Asheville. 



Hilda Bryan Drennan, Education, Greenwood, S. C. 
Margaret Mary Drennan, Education, Medford. Mass. 
Ernest P. Dubuque, Sanitary Engineering, Carrboro. 
Harold F. Elkin, Sanitary Engineering, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Clare K. Ertling, Nursing. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Margaret Mclver Ervin, Education, Florence, S. C. 

Margaret Claire Evans, Nursing, Wallace. 

Betty Ficquett, Education, Columbia, S. C. 

Orlin Kenyon Fletcher, Jr., Parasitology, Cordele, Ga. 

Jack Herbert Fooks, Sanitary Engineering, Linwood, Pa. 




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John Giles Foushee, Sanitary Engineering, Lexington. 

Norman Elmo Gaskill, Education, Goldsboro. 

Lena Tillman Geneen, Nursing. Cheraw. S. C. 

Ruby Lee Gibson, Nursing, Zebulon. 

Hazel B. Gilchrist, Parasitology, Browns Summit. 



Dr. Hamilton Rawlins Gondim, Health Officers, M 

Amazonas, Brazil. 
Mary Elizabeth Gruwell, Education. Sacramento, Calif. 
Milagros S. deGuzman, Education, San Juan Rizal, 

Philippines. 
Dr. Marianne S. Hahn. Health Officers, New York, N. Y 
Mabel Dorothy Hall. Nursing. Murphy. 



Mark Ramsey Harbison. Sanitary Engineering, 

Graves, Georgia. 
Anita Marie Harris. Nursing, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Luda Joyce Heafner, Nursing, Lincolnton. 
Eva Viola Higdon. Education, Sylva. 
Fred C. Hobson. Sanitary Engineering, Spruce Pine. 



Mary Elizabeth Holmes, Nursing. Little Rock, Ark. 
Elsie Virginia Hough, Education, Columbia, S. C. 
Alfred Edward Hudson, Parasitology, Goldsboro. 
Margaret Lucienfield Huff. Parasitology. Greensboro. 
Harriet Hylton, Education, Welch, W. Va. 



A. B. Jackson, Sanitation, Clearwater. Florida. 
Rebekah Caroline Johnson. Nursing, Winnabow. 
Florence Casey Johnson, Nursing. Goldsboro. 
Maryrose Johnston. Education, New York, N. ^ . 
Alonzo Warren Jones, Jr.. Parasitology. Macon. Ga. 



Elizabeth Hyde Kasey, Education, South Boston, Va. 
Eugene Ernest King, Sanitary Engineering. 

Wrightsville Beach. 
Mary T. Kraus, Nursing, St. Petersburg. Fla. 
Lillian B. Kumli, Nursing. Birmingham. Ala. 
Kathleen L. Landry. Nursing, 

Donaldsonville. Louisiana. 



Wade Thomas Leary, Sanitation, Sumter, S. C. 
Chang Won Lee. Health Officers, Hewha-Dong. 

Seoul, Korea. 
Etta C. Leonard, Nursing, Lexington. 
Reynaldo M. Lesaca. Sanitation. Calapan. 

Mindoro Philippines. 
Chiun-Tong Ling. Education, Shanghai, China. 



Milford Norman Lunde. Parasitology, Mt. Sterling, 

Wisconsin. 
Dorothy Wood Lunsford, Nursing, Petersburg, Virginia. 
Mary Joy Lyon, Nursing, Asheville. 

Frederick William Lyons, Health Officers, Montreal, Quebec. 
Sara Agusta Malpas, Nursing. Jasper. Florida. 



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William Ririe Manning. Education. Cedar City, Utah. 
Ann Frances Martin, Nursing, Montgomery, Alabama. 
Lura Rhodes Martin. Education, Columbia, South Carolina 
Evalyn Claire Melton. Education, West. Mississippi. 
Mildred C. Miller, Nursing. Asheville. 



Elizabeth E. Murom, Education. Tarpon Springs, Florida. 
Manuel Fernando Munoz, Sanitary Engineering, 

Guatemala. 
Dorothy Mae Nelson. Nursing. Chicago. Illinois. 
Edna L. Nelson, Nursing, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Emma Esther Ortiz. Nursing. LaUemocracia, Guatemala. 



Ethel Virginia Osterdahl. Sanitary Engineering. 

Otisville, N. Y. 
Mildred Fone Oswalt, Nursing, Moberly, Missouri. 
Rafael Otero, Sanitary Engineering. Cartagena. Colombi 
Doris Louise Parker, Nursing, Lexington. 
Mary Juanita Perdue. Education, Pine Bluff. 



Gloria C. Peter, Nursing, Allentown Pennsylvania. 
Marjorie Ethel Pictor, Nursing, Cochabama. Bolivia. 
Betty May Potts, Nursing, Charlotte. 

Joseph Anthony Rinaldi, Education, Brooklyn. New York. 
Martha Rossell, Nursing, Foley, Florida. 



Fannie Wright Sell. Nursing. Chapel Hill. 

Octacilio Pousa Sene. Sanitary Engineering, Sao Paulo. 

Brazil. 
Natalie C. Sheller, Education, Illiopolis. Illinois. 
Zoe Virginia Stackhouse, Nursing, Bennettsville. S. C. 
Mary Theresa Stann. Nursing, Trenton, New Jer-.-\. 



Vivian Anna Sugg. Nursing, Durham. 
Daniel Arthur Sullivan, Education, Auburn. Maine. 
Leonard Monroe Thompson, Parasitology. Roanoke. Virgini 
Antonio Tomassi, Sanitary Engineering, Napoli, Italy. 
Ata Unalan. Health Officers, Istanbul, Turkey. 



Luella Van Every, Nursing, Bridgeport Connecticut. 
Luciand Cesar Vareda, Sanitary Engineering, Joao Pessoa, 

Brazil. 
Victor Maria Velasco, Health Officers, Popayan, Colombia. 
Philip Louis Weinstein. Education. Richmond. Virginia. 
Dorothy White Williford. Nursing. Hertford. 



Vivian Blackmon Wise, Nursing, Latta, South Carolina. 

Polly Wyant, Nursing, Vale. 

Carl Buchanan Young. Education, Houston. Texas. 

Helen Rose Young, Nursing, Princeton. 

Alberto L. Zalamea, Health Officers, Binan. Philippines. 








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Robert Ray Aycock, Fremont. 

Julius Jackson Barefoot, Phi Chi, Raleigh. 

Verna Young Barefoot, Raleigh. 

Elmer E. Batts, Rocky Mount. 

Merlynn Eugene Borgstedt, Phi Chi, Westport, Indiana. 



Marvin A. Bowers, Jr., Winston-Salem. 

Henry T. Broadstreet, Jr., Jacksonville, Florida. 

William S. Cheek, Chapel Hill. 

Giles Patterson Corey, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville. 

James A. Ewart, Greenville. 



Marion White Fisher. Wilmington. 

John A. Fleming, Oxford. 

Christopher Columbus Fordham, III. Sigma Chi 

Greensboro. 
James Hervey Galloway, Phi Chi, Raleigh. 
Thomas F. Hudgins, Jr.. Dallas. Texas. 



Frank Gustan Kuehn, Phi Chi, Baltimore, Maryland. 

Henry J. Liverman, Columbia. 

John E. Lyday, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Brevard. 

Robert E. Mabe, Asheboro. 

Julius A. Mackie, \v inston-Salem. 



Andrew A. Manning. Spartanburg. South Carolina. 
Eugene V. Maynard, Kinston. 
William F. McNeely, Greensboro. 
William Ernest Powell, Asheville. 
Richard E. Rankin, Mount Holly. 



Shirley L. Rivers, Kernersville. 

Hewitt A. Rose, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Smithfield. 

Charles L. Saunders, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Reidsville. 

Earle Spaugh, Kappa Sigma, Charlotte. 

Bate Carpen Toms, Salisbury. 



Emily Tufts, Pinehurst. 
Adolph Joseph Urban, Phi Chi, Chapel Hill. 
Thomas English Walker, Charlotte. 
James E. Williams, Jr., Durham. 
Sherrod N. Wood, Enfield. 



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Law Lamar Ager, Black Mountain. 

Hoke Vogler Bullard. Jr.. Charlotte. 

Peter James Carris, Gastonia. 

Maxine E. Dark, Greensboro. 

John Dewey Dorsett, Jr., Alpha Tan Omega, Ridgewood. 

New Jersey. 
John Milton Gambill, Kappa Sigma, Elkin. 



Francis Sidney Gardner, Jr.. Kappa Alpha, Goldsboro. 

Robert Ashley Griffin, Asheville. 

Nancy Guy, Newland. 

Frank H. Hamilton. Rock Hill, South Carolina. 

Charles T. Harris, Jr., Salisbury. 

Tvndall P. Harris, Jacksonville, Florida. 



Harold B. Hines. Walnut. Mississippi. 

Joe Hodge. Spartanburg. South Carolina. 

William Jabine. II. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Baltimore. 

Maryland. 
Odell Gulp Kimbrell, Jr., Durham. 
Martha Ray Lumpkin, Franklinton. 
Richard Myron Margolis, \v'illiamston. 

Spinks Hamilton Marsh, Monroe. 

Elizabeth Jean McGavran. Chapel Hill. 

Edward B. McKenzie. Sigma Xu. Salisbury. 

Charles F. Melchor. Jr.. Mooresville. 

Jess H. Meredith, Chapel Hill. 

Joseph Teles Miller. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Hickory. 

Edwin Wall Monroe. Kappa Alpha. Laurinburg. 

Franklin Gray Norris, Phi Kappa Psi, Asheville. 

Robert A. Pascal, Valdese. 

Robert Breece Pennington, Nathan's Creek. 

Leon W. Powell, Jr., Durham. 

Rose Pully, Kinston. 

Arthur C. Quakenbush, Chapel Hill. 
Aubrey DeVaughn Richardson. Cerro Gordo. 
Frank Tyach Shafer, Salisbury. 
Jack D. Summerlin, Laurinburg. 
Edward C. Sutton. Decatur, Georgia. 
Julian T. Sutton, Clinton. 



Jonathan Simpson Swift. Raleigh. 
Andrew Harriss Symmes, Wilmington. 
Kenneth Terrell, Sylva. 
Gordon Earl Trevathan. Jr.. Fountain. 
Lonnie Gaither Turner, Jr.. Statesville. 
F-ther Louise Ullman. Springfield, Ohio. 

James Phillip Westmoreland, Gibsonville. 

Charles Finch Whicker. North Wilkesboro. 

Charles L. Whisnant, Charlotte. 

Wade Hampton Williams. Jr.. Kappa Alpha, Charlotte 

Thomas Luther York. Kappa Sigma, Waynesville. 




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JOHN M. SIMMS 
President 



WILLIAM ROBERT COULTER 

Vice-President 



HILDA F. LAWRENCE 

Recording Secretary 



Jmtlated Way 21, 1947 



Edward Lee Baity, Jane Dinmore Bentley, Edward Clark Berry, Julian Stanley Brock, Paul Hunt 
Broyliill. Mary Jo Cain. Madeline Ethel Cooley, John Philip Couch. William Robert Coulter. Evelyn 
Boiling Cox, Gladys Evelyn David, Nathan Taylor Dodson, Asa Covington Edwards, Jr., John 
Alston Ellis, Jr.. Irvin Junior Erie, Margaret Joan Farris, Donald Edmund French. Douglas Murray 
Glasspool, Irvin Howard Gordon, Paul Jules Gordon, Clingman Frank Grisette, Stephen Paul 
Gyland, Marcella Caroline Harrer, Ernest Eugene Harrill, Arthur Max Harrison, Leon Holmes 
Harrison, Donald Graham Henderson, Linn Zenas Hoover, Jr., Margaret Caldwell James, Harley 
Young Jennings. Jr.. William David Johnson. Jr.. Harold Allen Keen, Judson Eugene Kinberg, John 
Alvin Kirkland, Alvin Warner Landfield, Frances Ann Law, Hilda Frances Lawrence, Edward 
Charles Leonard. Jr., James Marshall Lilly. William Orr Livingstone. Jr.. John Robert McKinney, 
Robert Rankin MacMillan, Carol Jean Mansfield, Ann Hagood Martin, James Irving Mason, Jr., 
Constance Gay Morenus, John Stephan Nolan, Patricia Ethel Palmer, Daniel Louise Parker, Jerome 
Hyman Pearson, Herman Wilbur Perkins, Basil Lamar Sherrill. John Meredith Simms, James 
Edgar Smith, William Warren Spragins, Richard Gustave Stern, Dorothy Allen Swain, Thaddeus 
Wilbur Tate, Jr., Nina Merriwether Thomas, Anatole Boris Volkov, Melvin Waldfogel, Warren 
Wright Webb, Harvey Jay Whitman, Ann Louise Wiedeman, William John Woestendiek, William 
Walter Wooodruff, Jr., Fred Boyer Wright, Jr., Madison Johnston Wright, Charles Frederick 
Zukoski, III. 



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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 average of 92.5 or better has 
been maintained. 



Executive Committee 

John Meredith Sim in-. William Robert Coulter, Hilda 
Frances Lawrence, Chancellor R. B. House, Dr. A. C. 
Howell. Dean E. L. Mackie, Dean C. P. Spruill. 



DEAN E. L. MACKIE 

Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer 



initiated J^v 



J JJl—1947 



utnmer an 

William Harris Armstrong, Hal Lackey Ballew, Samuel Jarvis Bame, Jr., Donald Ray Broad, 
Hoke Vogler Billiard, Jr., William Garfield Carson, Jacob Ernest Cooke, Lee Biggerstaff Copple. 
Betty Meade Creighton, Carroll Samuel Daniels. Dorothy Ann Dashiell, Arnold Dolin, Walter 
Kenneth Ellis, Jr., Allen Fonoroff, Arthur Garrick Fullerton, John Lewis Gignilliat, Warren Joseph 
Gustus, William Harris Hooks, Ernest Jones House, Robert Eugene Jones, Thomas Murphy Jordan. 
Claude Reuben Joyner, Jr.. William Anderson Lane, Harold Sidney Lee, Jr., Lawrence Hamilton 
MacKirdy, Thomas McDade. William Benson McCutcheon. Jr., Charles Clifton Martin, Jr., Margaret 
Whitlow Matthews, James Doster Moos, Paul Everett Mullinax, Melvil Bertrand Myers, Jr., William 
Stewart Osborne, John Willard Patterson, Jacques Allen Peel, Clarence James Peters, Jr., William 
Carlyle Powell, William James Reese, Jr., Will Chapel Rogers, Jr.. Josef Emanuel Ryberg, Jr., 
Herbert Singer, Sanford Macey Sprintz, Sam Kane Stallard. William Reece Starnes, Jr., Kirby 
Sullivan, Samuel Askew Summerlin, Richard Hanawalt Swigart, James Leroy Tapley, James 
Spencer Truitt, Jr., Henry Frederick Wall, Richard Morrow Weedon. 



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Margaret Cole 
Mary Elizabeth Cook 
Helen Ershler 
Anne Fleming 
Julia Greenwood 



Anne C. Hagan 
Leila Josephs 
Mary Kellaiu 
Mildred Koon 
Oveida Mavo 



Frances Morgan 
Carolyn Neel 
Cecilia Price 
Nell Ring 
Susanne Stokes 



Mary Swann 
Bettie Tillett 
Rachel Woodlev 



The purpose of tlie national honorary chemical sorority, which was 
established in 1944 by the women students in the chemistry department, is to 
promote an interest in chemistry and to foster mutual advancement in aca- 
demic, business and social life among women who have chosen the same field 
of study. 

Each year the members have an opportunity to hear qualified speakers 
in the field of chemistry. Manv graduate students in chemistry are heard at 
the weekly meetings in Venable Hall. 

Another outstanding project is the annual visit to a nearby industrial 
laboratory to see industrial chemistry in operation. 

The officers of Theta Psi Epsilon for 1948 are as follows: Elizabeth 
Cook, President; Carolyn Neel. Vice-President; Oveida Mayo, Recording 
Secretary; Helen Ershler. Corresponding Secretary; Mary Kellam. Treas- 
urer; Anne Carter Hagan, Historian. 



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Chi Delta Phi 



Marcella Harrer 
Elizabeth Hazlett 
Joyce Peterson 



Margaret Anne Wells 
Sally Woodhull 
Julia Ross 




Virginia Forward 




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 the campus. 
As an honorary society, it accepts one per cent of the coed student bodv as 
members each year, on the basis of submitted manuscripts. 

Officers for 1948: Marcella Harrer. President: Julia Ross. Vice-Presi- 
dent: Priscilla Moore. Secretarv. 



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Jane Bradford 
William Brantley 
Pat Burgiss 
Earle Caldwell 



Thomas Collier 
Oliver Fleming 
Doris Gilliam 
Leon Gordon 



Sam Koonce 
James Lovette 
Aiken Pace 
Wilbur Provo 



Vann Secrest, Jr. 
Russell Young 
Robert Ross 
Claude Wheeler 




Rho 
Chi 



The Xi Chapter of Rho Chi honorary society was established at Uni- 
versity in 1929, with eight members. This year's tapping brought the mem- 
bership to the largest in its history. Evolved from a local pharmaceutical 
organization at the University of Michigan in 1908, Rho Chi has become the 
highest honorary fraternity in pharmacy. Membership is the most coveted 
award of a pharmacy student. 

The object of the Society is twofold: to promote the advancement of 
pharmaceutical sciences and to promote good fellowship among under- 
graduate and graduate students and faculty members, bringing them to- 
gether in fraternal and helpful comradeship. 

Faculty members are: Dr. M. L. Jacobs, Dr. E. A. Brecht, Dr. H. 0. 
Thompson, Dr. I. W. Rose, and Dr. F. Sememink. 

Officers for 1948: Sam Koonce, President; Doris Gilliam, Vice-Presi- 
dent: Oliver Fleming, Secretary. 



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Phi Delta Phi 



JOHN R. JORDON, JR. 

Magister 



JOE H. HARRINGTON, JR. 

Clerk 



HENRY E. COLTON 
Exchequer 



THOMAS V. CAUBLE 
Historian 




Jordan Harrington 



Phi Delta Phi Honorary International Legal Fraternity was founded at 
the University of Michigan in 1869. Vance Inn of the University of North 
Carolina was established in 1919. The purpose of the fraternity is the pro- 
motion of higher standards of professional ethics and culture in law schools 
and in the profession at large. Its Motto: "May the legal ability recognized 
by her ideals go forth and strengthen the arm of justice". 

The officers of Phi Delta Phi are as follows: John R. Jordan, Jr., Magis- 
ter; Joe H. Barrington, Jr., Clerk; Henry E. Colton, Exchequer; Thomas V. 
Cauble, Historian; Fred B. McCall, Faculty Advisor. 





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James R. Bailey 
Walter F. Brinkley 
William L. Burton 
Charles W. Campbell 
Edgar S. W. Dameron 
Tom S. Garrison, Jr. 
Leminuel H. Gibbons 



George L. Grantham 
William S. Griday 
William T. Joyner, Jr. 
Donald W. McCoy 
Hobart L. McKeever 
Lennox P. McLendon 
Robert N. Page, III 



Francis I. Parker 
Elbert S. Peel, Jr. 
James D. Phillip, Jr. 
Landon H. Roberts 
Claude F. Seila 
Livingston Vernon 
William J. Webster 



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Anne Brown 

Mary Elizabeth Burrus 

Audrev Green 



Lillian Messicks 
Doris Newburn 




Sigma Rlpha lota 



Iota Tau, one of the newest active chapters of the International pro- 
fessional music fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota, was formally installed at the 
UNC April 29, 1946. In an impressive service held by national officers in the 
Roland Parker Lounge, eighteen girls became active members. 

The group, though small in number, is limited to music majors, and is 
active in musical function on campus. 

Officers for 1948: Mary Elizabeth Burrus, President; Doris Newburn, 
Vice-President; Ann Brown. Secretary; Lillian Messicks, Treasurer; Nina 
Thomas. Chaplain; Audrey Green. Corresponding Secretary. 



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Phi [Tlu Alpha 



The Alpha Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary music 
fraternity was established at U. N. C. on February 24. 1926. Since that time 
it has been active in sponsoring concerts by talented artists and in assisting 
the music department in all of its programs. 

The fraternity also puts on a concert by its own members during the 
school year and encourages original composition in the interest of promot- 
ing the best in music on the campus. 

Officers for 1948: Bob Prunty, National Councilman; Harry Shipman, 
President; Maurice Weinstein. Vice-President; Winifield Rose, Secretary; 
Carl Perry, Treasurer; Dan Marshall, Historian; Charles Steven, Warden. 




First Roiv: Kermit Albertson, Sam Andrew, Alan Bergman, Richard Cox, Edwin Easier, 
Wallace Evans, Ben Jaffa • Second Row: Sol Jaffa, Lawrence Leinbach, Dan Marshall. 
David Mcadams, Carl Perry, Bob Prunty, Frank Seltlemyer • Third Roiv: Harry Ship- 
man. William Waters, Bynum Weathers, Maurice Weinstein, Frank West. Bill Wester. 




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Delta Theta Phi 




First Rote: Thomas F. Adams, George Ayscho. Julius Carl Barefoot, William Faison 
Barnes, E. O. Brogden © Second Row: John W. Campbell. Edward Coppala, Charles 
W. Gordon, Harvey Kennedy, Junius B. Lee • Third Row: Nicholas Long, George N. 
MeDermott, William Neel, "Buck" Person, William Lester Smith • Fourth Row: Wil- 
liam Henry Snow, Robert Spence. Walter P. White. Thomas Woody, Cicero A. York. 



cJLaw ^_j7~ratemLu 



Founded: Cleveland Law School 1901 

Motto: "Justice for fellow man, honor to God and love for brother. 

Battle Senate of U. N. C. established in 1924. 





OFFICERS 




Walter P. White 




Dean 


David N. Henderson 




Vice-Dean 


John W. Campbell 




Tribune 


William L. Smith 




Clerk of Exchequer 


George M. MeDermott 




Clerk of Rolls 


Charles W. Gordon 




Bailiff 


E. 0. Brogden 




Master of the Ritual 



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Rlpha Chi Sigma 



Alpha Chi Sigma, the only professional chemical fraternity in the United States and a mem- 
ber of the Professional Interfraternity Conference, has as its ohjectives the advancement of chemis- 
try, improving the professional status of and promoting fellowship among chemists. Founded at 
the University of Wisconsin in 1902, it now has 53 collegiate and 29 professional chapters and 
over 16,000 members. Rho chapter was established at the University of North Carolina in 1912. 

Working in close cooperation with the faculty of the chemistry department and the North 
Carolina section of the American Chemical Society, it encourages scholarship and professional- 
ism among students by: sponsoring lectures by men prominent in the chemical profession, and 
panel discussions on job opportunities: making awards for scholastic excellence; and gifts of 
books to the library. 

The chapter has its social side, too. Frequent parties, picnics, smokers give us a chance to 
get away from days and nights of work amid the fumes and smells of Chem. Lab. 

The 1948 officers were: Louis Foster Theiling, Jr., President; Claude Edward Teague. Vice- 
President; Terry 0. Norris. Secretary; Frank B. Tutwiler, Corresponding Secretary; Thomas H. 
Guion. Treasurer; Raymond L. Haves, Master of Ceremonies. 



First Row: Bruce Bollendine, Newton R. Smith, Jr., Thomas H. Cuion, Frank Tutwiler, Terry O. Norris, Louis Theiling. 
Leo Mullen • Second Roiv: James T. Dobbins, William W. Parkinson, Frank Chapman, Donald Sanders • Third Row: Ferris 
Wilson, Stanley Patten, Edward C. Leonard, Raymond Hayes, Charles Herty, III, James Crawford. Patrick Hobson, Otis L. 
Shealy • Fourth Row: Paul Starnes. Robert Murray Hughes, E. Lee Wood, Arthur J. Foster, Robert C. Harrington. Jr.. 
Harley Jennings, and Paul H. Cheek. 




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Kappa Psi 









Jimmie Bowers 
James Boyles 
William C. Brantley 
Brainard M. Burrus 
David D. Claytor 
Wesley T. Collier 

Benjamin F. Collins 
Zaek Lester Finger 
James D. Gabriel 
Bobert F. Harrison 
Hal Burgiss Hawkins 
John C. Hood 

William M. Jordan, Jr. 
Edward Sholar Powell 
Ernest John Babil 
William C. Bose 
Charl H. Sanders 
Robert II. Seaborn 



Grady W. Shuford 
Herbert A. Temple 
Bruee A. Williams 
Robert C. Wilson 
Russell L. Young 



"To foster the highest principles and practices of an ancient and honor- 
aide profession; always striving to do a hetter thing than has been done, 
that the people of our life, may be free from pain and disease. To promote the 
principles of honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness in ourselves and our as- 
sociates, necessarily 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, for 1948 are as follows: Ben F. Collins. President; Dave Claytor, 
Vice-President; William M. Jordan, Secretary; Bob Wilson, Treasurer; 
Dean M. L. Jacobs, Faculty Advisor. 



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Phi Delta Chi 



J. Douglas Bain, Jr. 
James Beiinick 
Clifton Brinkley 
Raymond L. Creekmore 
Oliver G. Fleming 
Lacy E. Gilbert 

Robert B. Hall 
John P. Horton 
Edgar D. Hoyle 
Truman Hudson 
William W. Jordon 
George Mathews 

J. C. McGee 
Vance McGugan 
Herbert McKeithan 
George Morgan 
Steve A. Pappas 
Sherwood Parrish 



Bascom R. Phifer 
John Rancke 
Daniel E. Rhodes 
Robert M. Ross 
Gene Sherard 
Henry G. Thomas 
W. Van Valkenburgh 








The Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Phi Delta Chi Fraternity was es- 
tablished in Pharmacy School on May 30, 1922. Since that time the chapter 
has been very active except for a short time during the war. The chapter was 
reactivated last year and celebrated its 25th anniversary with a banquet 
honoring its charter members. The chapter sponsored a dance in the winter 
for the Pharmacy School and has held several other social events. 



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Sigma 

Gamma 

Epsilon 



DR. W. F. PROUTY 
Faculty Advisor 



The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon was established at 
the University on April 3, 1931. After a period of inactivity during the war, 
it was reactivated by the present members on May 23, 1947. This national 
honorary fraternity has as its objective the social, scholastic and scientific 
advancement of students of Geology. 

Officers for 1948: Harry Peek, President; James Jordan, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Henry Berryhill, Secretary-Treasurer; Ralph Heath, Corresponding 
Secretary-Editor. 




Sealed: James N. Jordan, Henry L. Berryhill. Jr.. Harry M. Peek, Ralph C. Heath. Wil- 
liam D. Johnson • Standing: Linn Hoover, Jr.. Sanky L. Blanton. Edward C. Berry. 
Benjamin E. Warner, William H. Vogelsang, Robert T. Wolfe. Gerald Meyer • I\ot 
Shown: James Curry, James H. Slillvtell. James C. Grier. 



Paqe 262 




Charter Members of U. N. C. Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma 



Undergraduate (charter rv/einbi 



embers 

Harold Lee Andrews, William Arnold Barnes, Gerald Blum, Richard Winstead Borden, Richard 
Benjamin Boren, III, Lewis Dean Cassell, Harvey Jay Cohen, David Leonard Collins. Jr., Jesse 
Henry Dedmond, John Wilson Dillard, Jr., Alfred Hamilton Garvey, Walter Page Harris, Jr., 
Robert Leslie Hopkins. Jr.. Thomas Pressley Houser, Jr., Horace Edsel Hughes, Joseph Freeman 
Jones, Robert George Kerdasha, John McDavid Loftis, William Hendren Long, John Henry Lowder, 
Robert Fulton McLaughlin, Dan Anderson Martin, Fletcher Burton Nichols, Jr., William Francis 
Patterson, Alvin Ward Peacock, John Olin Perritt, Jr., Augustus Winniett Peters, Thomas Jefferson 
Peterson, Jr., Creel Allen Pickel, Hubert Donald Robertson, Clayton Roland Robinson, Richard Lee 
Simpson, Josef Sklut, Thomas Franklin Stallings, Jr.. George Vaughan Strong, Jr., Edward Young 
Cox Thorne, William Lewis Thorpe, Jr.. Ernest Haywood Tilley. Charles Albert Trice, Ernest Watson 
Tucker, Richard Isley Walker, John Webb, David Harford Whittier, Clifton Monroe Wilson, Jr., 
John Rose Wilson. John Bennett Woodard, William Frederick Young. 



^rnitiateS, ^ralt Quarter, 194 7 



Wallace Ashley. Jr., Robert Roy Beyer. Edward George Bilpuch, Eugene Dwight Blackwelder, 
Harold Isaac Bock. Edwin Rives Cheek. Claude Edward Clark, Robert George Evans, Joel Martin 
Feinberg, Felder Sharp Graham. Benjamin Russell Harward. William Lassiter Hester, Cary Jake 
Lambert, William Connie Mathis, Jr.. Frank Jackson Matthews, James Fyffe McNab, James Ronald 
Mericka. Robert Alfred Miller, Charles J. Reidl. Jack Webster Sparrow, Jr.. Charles Henry Ufen, 
Pfohla Edgar Wilmoth. 



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Dean Corydon P. Spruill, Dean M. A. Hill, Jr., Dean Cecil Johnson, Dean Ernest L. Mackie. 



Phi 
Eta 
Sigma 



tceri 

Jesse Henry Dedmond, President; Walter Page Harris. Jr., Vice-President; Richard Benjamin 
Boren, III, Secretary; Dan Anderson Martin. Treasurer; William Frederick Young. Historian: 
Dean Ernest L. Mackie, Faculty Advisor. 



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Rlpha Epsilon Delta 




Officers: Benson McCutcheon, President; Robert Sing, Vice-President; 
Conway Rose, Secretary-Treasurer; Dr. S. B. Knight, Faculty Advisor. 

Alpha 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 make medicine a most 
honorable profession. Also, it provides recognition for achievement in the 
pre-med school. 

This group bridges the gap between the pre-medical school and 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. 




Stuart Boiulurant 
Jack Hamilton 
Bub Sing 

Benson McCutcheon 
Conway Kose 
Art Shaiu 



Dick Boreu 
Ted Young 
Ely Perry 
Bertram Grossman 
Bill Butler 
Bill Rogers 
Dick Borden 



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Pi Delta Rlpha 

The Pi Delta Alpha Pre-Dental Society was formed at the University 
in the summer of 1947, with the initial objective of stimulating excellence 
and achievement in pre-dental work, and recruiting for the dental profession, 
students who have proven themselves to be outstanding in the field of science. 
Being the only society of its type in the nation, it has received recognition 
from both the American Dental Association and the President of the Amer- 
ican College of Dentists. 

Officers for 1948: Charles Berman, Chairman; Wilma Clair Anderson, 
Secretary, Wilbur G. McFarland, Treasurer; Dean Ernest Mackie, Facultj 
Advisor. 



Wilma C. Anderson 
Clint W. Bentley 
Charles I . Berman 



William A. Caldwell 
William S. Ketchem 
Wilbur G. McFarland 



William L. Saunders 

Josef Sklut 

John W. Steward, Jr. 







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Kappa 
Epsilon 



EVELYN BLANCHARD 

President 



Kappa Epsilon was established to stimulate in its members a desire for 
high scholarship, a professional consciousness, lasting loyalty, interest and 
friendship. The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Epsilon, national honorary fra- 
ternity for women pharmacy students, was formed at the University of North 
Carolina on January 21, 1941; and since that time has become an important 
part of the School of Pharmacy. 

Officers for 1948: Evelyn Blanchard, President; Patsy Ray Burgiss, 
Vice-President; Doris Gilliam, Secretary-Treasurer: Jean Snyder, Pledge 
Mistress; Jane Bradford. Historian. 




Top Rote: Jane Bradford, Patsy Ray Burgiss. Evelyn Earl. Doris Gilliam • Second Row: 
Viola Howell, Virginia Limbaugh, Maryellen Millaway, Peggy Simmons • Third Rote: Sybil 
Austin Skakle, Jean Snyder, Anna Slack. 



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Phi Rlpha Delta 



The Ruffin chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was organized in 1921 for the 
purpose of carrying out the principles of the National Law Fraternity — the 
duty of improving scholastic and professional standards and the development 
of leadership through association. Inactive during the war, the chapter was re- 
activated in February, 1947. and grew to its voluntary limit of forty members 
by the end of the school year. In addition to its luncheons at which eminent 
members of the legal profession speak, the chapter endeavors to present, at 
intervals, nationally renowned figures of the bar and bench, in its effort to 
render interesting as well as educational and informative service to the stu- 
dents. Ruffin chapter also works to cooperate with the faculty and adminis- 
tration in their activities. 

Officers for 1948: William H. Chambell, Worth B. Folger, Justice: T. A. 
Wadden, Ernest Machen, Vice-Justice; Elton Edwards, Clerk: Mike Carr, 
Treasurer; William Lvon, Marshal. 





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First Row: Jay Alexander, Gleason Allen, James Allran. Robert Bencini, Raymond Bradley, Mareellus 
Buchanan, Robert Butler, Henry Calder, Michael Carr • Second Row: William Chamblee, James Chestnutt. 
Patton Cooke, James Currie. Elton Edwards, Worth Folger, Philip Hedrick, Maurice Holland, Thomas 
Keyes • Third Row: William Lyon, Ernest Machen, Fletcher Mann, John McAllister, Talmadge Narroii, 
Thomas Payne, Glenn Piekard, George Price, James Pritchett • Fourth Row: Paul Ridge, Norwood 
Robinson. Robert Rouse, Herbert Small, Julius Smith, James Tavlor. Arthur Utlev. Charles Vance. Daniel 
Walker. 



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OFFICERS 



JACK SAMUEL FITCH 



GIDEON LAMB GILLIAM 



CHARLES SCOTT VENABLE 



Exchequer 



SIR KNIGHTS 



Harry Leon Beason 
Kenneth Black, Jr. 
Wayne Kenneth Brenengen 
John Morrison Clampitt 
Robert Rives Collins 
Thomas Robert Eller, Jr. 
Charles Lester Fulton 
Jesse Kilmore Greenbaum 
Lawrence Lewis Hooper 



Raymond Lewis Jerries, Jr. 
Charles Louis Johnston 
Robin Smith Kirby 
Robert Edward Kirklond 
William Houston Miller 
Samuel Howard Morrow, Jr 
Leonard Szafaryn 
Taylor Thome 
Oscar Mason Whitney 



SHEL, President 
•ARS, Vice-President 



esident JULIA ROSS, Secretary 

e President BILL LLOYD, Treasurer 

BARBARA CASH ION, Alumnae Secretary 



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Jo Farris 
Marcella Harrer 



Margaret McWilliams 
Sarah Buchanan Porter 



Mary Frances Kellam, honorary Gray Simpson 
Donleen MacDonald Emily Von Borries 



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MEMBERS 1947-48 
337 William Archie Dees, Jr. 
346 William M. Shufford 
382 Robert A. Spense 
392 Elbert Sidney Peel 
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 

423 Robert Gray Stockton 

424 John P. Kelly 

425 Charles F. Warren 

426 Donald W McCoy 

427 Ernest G Crone 

428 James C. Wallace 

429 Raymond L. Jefferies 

430 Ralph N Strayhorn 

431 Kenneth C. Black 

432 William W. Tavlor 

433 William H Miller 

434 William J Woestendick 

435 John S O'Neal 

436 Thomas R Eller 




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 Spruil 
Earle Horace Hartsell 
Joseph Maryon Saunders 
William Terry Couch 
Edward Alex Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. 
Hugh T. Lefler ' 
Harry K. Russell 
Frank W Haft 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Established February 20, 1933 

C. H. McGREGOR Honorary President 

HOWARD GRAY President 

EDWARD B. PORTER Treasurer 

JOE S. FLOYD Secretary 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
J.C. D.Blaine, PhD. 

D. D. Carroll, A.M. 
J. E. Dykstra, D.C.S. 
J. S. Floyd, M.A. 
Clarence Heer, PhD. 

R. J. M. Hobbs, A.B., L.L.B. 
C. S. Logsdon, PhD. 
C. H. McGregor, PhD. 
J.T. O'NeiLM.B.A. 

E. E. Peacock, M.B.A., C.P.A. 
G. T. Schwenning, PhD. 

R. P. Stovall, M.S. 
H. D. Wolf, PhD. 
J. B. Woosley, PhD. 





STUDENT MEMBERS 
E. L. Baity 
El. L. Eads 

D. E. French 

W. H. Fullenwider 
L. F. Fuller 

E. F. Gaither 
Howard Gray 
J. E. Hall 

R. L. Hines 
C. J. Peters 
W. H. Petree 

E. B. Porter 
L. W. Purser 
J. M. Simms 

F. C. Spuhler 
H. C. Stansbury 
J. S. Turitt 

J. H. Wisebram 
T. H.Walden 



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BILL SHUFORD 

Director 





Standing — Charles Hilty, Roy Rit- 
zel, Bob Coulter. Dan Sullivan, Rol- 
and Ciduz, Joe McDaniels, Bob Neil. 
Lindsey Striekland. Mark Barker • 
Seated — Bob Watson, Phil Coueh, 
Dot Cooke, Nancy Tucker. Jack 
Burner. Hal Blalock. 



Graham 



Jam-session at G. M. 



The corner of the campus, hut truly the center of ac- 
tivity. Under the direction of quiet, unassuming Bill Shu- 
ford, the Graham Memorial Student Union has forged 
ahead this year, from a limbo of wartime oblivion, to a 
point where at present it is the master control board of 
nearly every extra-curricular activity on the campus. 

More than just a building, Graham Memorial is actually 
an increasingly successful experiment in the art of edu- 
cation outside the academic realm. 

It was opened some fifteen years ago as a memorial to 
former University president, Edward Kidder Graham. 
Service to students is the watch word of Graham Me- 
morial from the Rendezvous, student social center on the 
ground floor, through the publications offices, tucked in 
many small rooms on the top floor. During the present 
year more than 130 recognized campus organizations have 
made the student union their meeting headquarters. 



Seated: Hilda Lawrence, Marion Evans, Tag 
Montague, Audrey Bryson • Standing: Gene 
Johnstone, Bill Shuford, Sam Magill, Joe John- 
son, Dean Fred Weaver. Mr. K. S. Gate, and 
Dr. E. J. Woodhouse. 



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Offices of the four student publications, student government headquarters, and several meeting 
rooms and lounges are among the chief features of the physical plant. The large oak-paneled main 
lounge has been called the most beautiful room in the South by many alumni. 

But students don't see the main tasks of this student union. For nearly fifteen hours a day the 
office staff stays busy taking care of every imaginable situation, all in their regular line of duty. Brains 
behind the office efficiency is Mrs. Dorothy Cooke, GI wife, and ever-ready office manager. 

Special features include a complete photo darkroom, music room and record collection, art shop, 
and a travel agency. In addition, many recreational and entertainment features are regularly sponsored 
by Graham Memorial. 

Supported entirely by a blanket student fee of $1.00 per quarter, the building's policies are direct- 
ed by a twelve-man board of directors drawn from the students, faculty, and administration. Members 
of the Board this year were: Tag Montague, chairman: J. Maryon Saunders; Dean of Men Fred H. 
Weaver: University Escheats Officer Kemp S. Cate; Professor E. J. Woodhouse: Reverend W. S. Po- 
teat; Gene Johnstone: Miriam Evans: Hilda Frances Lawrence: Audrey Bryson; Joe Johnson; and 
Sam Magill. 



memorial Student Union 





Kneeling — First Row: Mary Ellen Reaves, Mary Swann. Sarah Blair Pearson, Helen Xanthos • Kneeling 
— Second Roiv: Martha Hinkle, Bettie Vashaw, Jane Mears, Peggy McDaniels, Anne Scott Dellinger, 
Charlotte Johnstone, Ann Slack • Seated — Doris Harrell, Kathrvn Hovis, !Sina Redditt, Elizabeth Thomas, 
Lela Moore Hall, Eloise Jacobi, Thetis Hoffner, Adelia Poindexter, Genevieve Trott • Standing — Lola 
Mustard, Joyce Harris, Sara Turlington, Dorothy Johnson. Martha Ann Albritton. Martha Hughes, Susan 
Duncan, Margaret Gaston. Virginia Forward. 



Carolina Independent 



The Carolina Independent Coed Association was organized in 1941 
by thirty-four "Stray Greeks" and independent coeds who felt the 
need of a coordinating body for non-sorority 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 seven years ago. the Carolina Independent Coed 
Association has earned a reputation of a democratic group working 
for the benefit of all Carolina. This past year the Constitution of the 
organization was rewritten to improve the unity and strength of the 
group. The new independents were welcomed by entertainment at an 
Open House in Graham Memorial at the beginning of the Fall quarter. 

Many worthwhile projects were undertaken by the association. 
Working with Pan Hellenic Council, the group presented a fashion 




SARAH BLAIR PEARSOIN 

President 



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nitiatiun services for the C. I. C. A. 



Coed Rssociation 




show and party during orientation week. These same groups coop- 
erated in presenting the May Day pageant. The Carolina Independent 
Coed Association plays one of the larger parts in the Sadie Hawkins 
Day Festiyities. which has proven to be one of the most popular 
events at the 1 niversity. Christmas caroling was a gay mid-season 
event. Spring activities included a fashion show and the annual 
Spring dance. 

Officers this year were: President, Sarah Blair Pearson: Vice-Presi- 
dent. Mary Swarm; Secretary. Marv Ellen Reaves: Treasurer. Helen 
Xanthos; Social Chairman. Anne Scott Dellinger: Publicity Chair- 
man, Jane Mears. 

The Executive Council consisted of the above officers and two mem- 
bers at large — Elizabeth Thomas and Myrtle Westbrook. 



MARV SWANN 
V ice-President 



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Spiritual growth and development are the twin goals of YMCA organizations 
everywhere. As the University of North Carolina division of this organization, the 
local YMCA is primarily concerned with the welfare and interests of Carolina students. 

It is its purpose throughout the vear to promote this growth of its members. By 
working in the "significant areas" of Christian Heritage, Personal Relations, Social 
Responsibility, and World Relations, it attempts to gain these ends. 

On this campus, the YMCA sponsors Religion-in-Life week and helps to sponsor 
the Institute of Human Relations. It has, during the past year, attempted to promote 
the religious life of its members through a program of worship, study, and action. 

The YMCA here also works with boys' clubs in the local high school and with 
the Freshman Friendship Council. 

This year's president was Charlie Foley. 



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Seated — John Hough. E<1 Strain. Ed Hamilton, Claude Shotls. Bill Powell • Standing- 
Coye Rogers. Don Broad. Sam Magill. Charles Foley. Charlie Brill. Pete Burks. 



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Long active at Carolina, the YWCA tries to assist every girl to channel her interests into 
some student activity, and to help her develop a variety of experiences into a full personality and 
life. Membership in the organization is open to any girl on the campus. 

Working in the main through committees, the group serves a variet\ of purposes, including 
social services, leadership of discussion groups, and recreational activities. 

During this past year, the YWCA sponsored and participated in a number of special proj- 
ects. In the fall, cabinet members led the orientation of new girls and held a retreat in Winston- 
Salem. Their direction of the World Student Service Fund drive was outstanding, and the com- 
munity Christmas program was an important campuswide event. 

The February retreat with the YMCA was another major and successful program. 

Working throughout the year with church groups, the YWCA sponsored several speakers. 
Weekly vesper services were held in the dormitories and sorority houses, and in the spring an 
all-campus vesper service was an important event. 

The president of the organization this year was Ruth Evans. Vice-President was Emily Von- 
Borries: Secretary. Julia Ross: Treasurer. Marshall Spears: and Executive Director, Mrs. Betty 
Rose Dowden. 




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President 




Sealed — Gray Simpson, Emily VonBorries, Ruth E%ans. Marshall Spears, Sail* Lee, Suiim 
Sunstrom • Standing — Mrs. Betty Rose Dowden, Director, Jo Butler. Jean Ann Ramsdell, 
Helen Compton, Emily Ogburn, Merrily Brooks, Liz Hazlett. 



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Dialectic Senate 



I Officers for the fall and winter quarters I 



President 
President Pro-tern 
Critic 

Clerk 



Treasurer 
Sergeant-at-A rms 

Debate Council Representative 
Chaplain 



Charles Long 

John Zucker 

Kirby Sullivan 

Gran Childress 

Earl Fitzgerald 

Mickey McNutt 

John Gaskin 

Bill Jernigan 

William Harding 

Noah Edwards 

Charles Hodson 

Randall McLeod 

Anne Wells 




CHARLES LONG 
President 



The Dialectic Senate, the first extra-curricular organization at Carolina and still one of the 
most outstanding, has completed its 152nd year of service to the students and to their university, 
their state, and their nation. Since its initial meeting on June 3. 1795. the Di has been noted for 
the prominent leaders it has sent from its rostrum to campus, state, and national office, includ- 
ing noted personalities like James K. Polk. Zebulon Baird Vance. Frank P. Graham. Wiley P. 
Mangum, Robert B. House, Archibald Henderson, Thomas Ruffin, William R. Davie, and 
Thomas Wolfe. 

Through parliamentary procedure and free debate the Di has produced the liberal minds which, 
as early pioneer pilots, originated the strong student government for which Carolina is famous, 
and since that day have channeled the history of the student body along a liberal course Modeled 
after the North Carolina General Assembly Senate in Raleigh, the Di now meets every Wednes- 
day night to debate its proposed bills in sessions which are open to any interested students, facul- 
ty members, and townspeople. Recent discussions covered the United Nations. World Federation, 
disloyalty and un-American affairs investigations, state politics, and further improvements in uni- 
versity life. Authoritative speakers are often on hand to answer questions and set the sparks of 
argument. Bills pertaining to campus problems which are tested and passed on the Senate floor 
are often referred to the student legislature or proper officials for consideration. 

This year the Senate has strived to re-stimulate forensic interest on campus and to renovate 
the Di Hall in New West. Towards the first objective the Di worked with the Debate Council to 
revive intramural debating in Chapel Hill. Secondly, the Senate chamber, which already has 
the finest portrait collection in the South, was completely redecorated. 



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Officers for the fall quarter were: Charles 0. Long, President; John Zucker, President Pro- 
Tempore; Kirby Sullivan, Critic; Earl Fitzgerald, Clerk; John Gaskin. Treasurer; William 
Harding. Sergeant-at-Arms; Gran Childress, Chaplain; Charles Hodson, Representative to De- 
hate Council. 

Accepting its past as a challenge, the Dialectic Senate in the future will continue to mould 
student opinion wisely, to forge a greater number of capable leaders, and to extend the princi- 
ples of free thought which have already placed the Dialectic Senate among the most outstand- 
ing groups on campus. 




MluttM 





Firtt K.„, (lop) Mac Cogburn, Russell Baldwin, Harold Darden, John Brock, James Southerland, W. 

grew, John Caskin, Earl Fitzgerald. Al Winn • Second Row: Herbert Phillips, Charles Gibson, Charles 
Hnrshall Keener, Charles Lambeth, Reynaldo I .-.,. ... Don Latta, Al Lowenstein, Richard Bowcn • Th, 

i.. ... Childress, John I'. ...I ....... Osbourn Fields, Tom Eller, John Ehlc, Noah Edwards, John Demero 

Wells. Dortch Warrincr • Fourth Row: Kirby Sullivan. Anna Slack, Garland Scruggs, Wally Robinson, 
Olsen, Hubert Price, Charles Fields, Dick Owens, Bob Ormand • Fifth Row: Blanton Miller, John M 
McNutt, Jo Ann McNutt, Sam Manning. Randall MeLeod. Jerry Weiss. Lincoln Kan. Edic Knight, Cam 



J. Petti. 
Hodson. 
rrf Row: 



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Margaret Goodman; Peler Gerns, Parlia- 
menlarian; John Giles, Speaker; Chester 
ZimiBrumien, Speaker pro-lem; Jim Mc- 
Nider; Charles Cowell; Page Harris. 



The Philanthropic Rssembly 



Claiming kinship with such illustrious predecessors as 
Vice-President William King. General James J. Pettigrew. 
Governors Aycock and Craig, and Secretary of the Navy 
Josephus Daniels, the members of the Philanthropic 
assembly have steered the organization through its 153rd 
session on the Carolina campus. 

The assembly, popularly known as the Phi, has as its 
objectives the formulation of a better understanding on 
public speaking, and service as a medium for the exchange 
of ideas. 



In serving these ends, the Phi has sponsored this year 
the appearance on the campus of State Treasurer John- 
son, Senator Umstead. the honorable Melville Broughton. 
and other leading public figures. Regularly on Tuesday 
night they have met and debated the issues of the day. 
and have attempted to take a positive stand on all of the 
issues discussed. 

The officers this year were: Speaker. John Giles. Speak- 
er Pro-tern. Chester ZumBrunnen; and Parliamentarian. 
Peter Gerns. 



First Row: Chester ZumBrunnen, Jim MeNider, John Giles, Margaret Goodman. Peter Gerns, Charles Cowell. Page Harris 
• Second Row: Frank Teague. George Rodman. G. Woblata. Emilv Baker. M. Cantrell, Elaine Patton. Mae Belle Enman. 
Earnest House, Wimp Erwin, Phillip Morris. Dave Sharpe • Third Row: Jim Stalling*, Bill Duncan. Jim Patton. Brvan 
Griswold. Charles Britt. Lester Sneed, S. C. Jones, Herman Seiber. Jack Lashlev, M. Starkev, Bob Coulter. J. Brown. M. B. 
Sherwood, Ruth Bradley. Frank Giraffe. 




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Debate Counci 



The Debate Council is the coordinating agency of all the forensic 
activities on the campus. Composed of six students and two faculty men. 
it concerns itself with the administration of Carolina's intercollegiate de- 
hate program. It determines the policy of and governs the debate squad, 
membership in which is open to every University student. 

The Tar Heel speakers regularly participate in the Atlantic. Dixie, 
Grand Eastern, and Grand National Speech and Debate Tournaments 
and engage in numerous exchange intercollegiate debates. 

The Council feels that its contribution to the University has been 
particularly significant, for students have been given the opportunity to 
study together current problems. 

Members of the Debate Council were: E. Maurice Braswell. President: 
Earl Fitzgerald. Vice-President: James Tavlor. Secretarv-Tieasurer; 
Peter H. Gerns. Charles Hodson. Blanton Miller. Dr. G. A. Barrett, and 
Dr. C. C. Carter. 




MAURICE BRASWELL 



Earl Fitzgerald, Charles Hodson. Blanton Miller. Jim Tavlor. Pete Gerns 




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The Collegiate Council for the United Nations was or- 
ganized at the second Annual Institute of the United Nations 
in New York. June. 1947. It is sponsored by the American 
Association for the I nited Nations, and is designed to stimu- 
late interest in this organization. 

The I niversity of North Carolina was chosen as the states 
headquarters and the Carolina delegate to the Institute. 
Lincoln Kan. was appointed State Director. On June 9, the 
first meeting of the newly founded CCUN was held in Chapel 
Hill with Hugh J. Mitchell, legal advisor, as guest speaker. 

From October 1 to 3 the Carolina Council held a Salute 
to the I nited Nations Conference with delegates from eight 
North Carolina colleges in attendance. At this conference the 




Randall McLeod Roberta Stirling John Van Heckc 




George Drew Herbert Alexander 



The Collegiate Counci 



Sprited — Lincoln Kan. Mae Belle I-. 11111:111. Benedirta Santos. Jo Ann MoINutl. Roberta Stirl- 
ing, Martha Manning, Patsy McINutt, Edith Knight • Standing — First Rote: Herbert 
Alexander, Jack White, Dick Murphy. Joe Johnson, John Van Hecke. Bill Buchan. John 
Sevier, Randall McLeod • Standing — Second Rotv: Charles MacRae, George Drew, Bill 
Cromwell. Don Latta. Art Melton. Robinson McCune. Richard Jordan. Fred Bates. Bob 
Rolnick. 




guest speakers were: the Yugoslavian Ambassador, Sava N. Kasanovic; British Minister. Sir John 
Magowan: Minister Alfred Stirling from Australia: the Syrian Charge D' Affairs, George Tomeh; 
and Counsellor John Reid of the New Zealand Legation. 

The Carolina Council, under the leadership of Roberta Stirling. State Secretary-General, worked 
in its capacity as a service group by securing films, speakers, and information for established campus 
organizations, and producing programs of its own. 

Meanwhile. State Headquarters, with the cooperation of the Carolina chapter, was working toward 
its main goal — the organization of a CCUN chapter on every campus in the state. TwenU colleges have 
expressed an interest in this organization thus far. 

It is this group's hope that through the efforts of the CCl N. the people in North Carolina will re- 
alize that the United Nations is important as an instrument of world peace, and will support it to the 
fullest extent. 



or the United nations 




Lincoln Kan Roberta Stirling Robinson McCune 



Charles MaoRae 





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Fred Rates John Davidson Rill Ruchan 



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International Relations Club 




Delegates to the International Relations Club regional conference held at the University 
of North Carolina in February, 1948. Delegates came from colleges and universities in 
Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina. 



Believing that the greatest need in world politics today is a clear understanding 
of the problems which obstruct peace and the factors which cause war. the Inter- 
national Relations Club has endeavored to bring an unbiased view of current history 
to the University of North Carolina campus. 

In lively weekly discussions, in faculty forums, and through speeches by noted 
international experts, the IRC has served its campus and community well. 

Plausible and constructive solutions to international problems have been offered 
whenever possible. The furthering of better relations betwsen nations has been en- 
couraged by the IRC. 

This year the club played host to the annual conference of IRC delegates from 
Virginia. Tennessee, and North Carolina. This conference proved highly successful, 
as did the entire IRC year. 

Officers were: President. Bill Patterson: Vice-President. Ed Hecht: Secretary. Bob 
Rolnik: and Treasurer. Fred Bates. 




BILL PATTERSON 

President 



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Carolina Political Union 



The Carolina Political Lnion is a non-partisan organization, formed on the campus in 1936. controlled and operated 
by the student members of the I niversity. Its purpose is to study intelligently the processes of government, an essential 
element in any well-working democracy, and to discuss and gain a better understanding of important political and eco- 
nomic problems of the day. 

The group stepped toward gaining this understanding by bringing to the campus outstanding representatives of all 
sides of pertinent political issues and arranging for students to talk with these visiting notables, by conducting campus 
polls, and by organizing panel discussions among students. 

In addition to conducting these discussions on current political interests, the Carolina Political Union has brought 
to die campus each Sunday night through several years such outstanding speakers as President Franklin D. Roosevelt: 
President Harry A. Truman: Secretary of the Navy. Frank Knox: Postmaster-General. James Farlev: Congressman, 
Joseph Martin: Socialist Presidential Candidate, Norman Thomas: Senator Robert A. Taft: and many others. 



Seated — Dr. Howard K. 
Beale. Dr. W. C. Rvan. 
Bill Kemp. Dr. E. J. 
Woodhouse, Mr. E. B. 
Jeffries • Standing — 
First Row: Ken Cruse, 
Mary Sledge, Pete 
Gems, Warren Wicker, 
Dick Simpson, John 
Sevier, Russell Baldwin. 
Joe Allen • Standing — 
Second Row: Jim South- 
erland, Bob Watson. 
Herbert Alexander. Ben 
Perlmutter, Bill Robin- 
son. 



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The officers of the organization this vear were: William P. 
Kemp. President: Warren J. Wicker. Vice-President: Peter 
H. Gerns. Secretary : and William F. Patterson. Treasurer. 



Dick Simpson 



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ITIen's Glee Club 



University Day in October marked the beginning of another season for the 
one-hundred-sixty voice Men's Glee Club. Then on December 5th and 7th, in 
combination with the Women's Glee Club, the organization presented the ever 
popular Carolina Christmas concert. 

After touring several of the state's cities, the club climaxed its season with 
the annual spring concert. Appearing under the direction of veteran Paul Young, 
the men received high praise on each of their outings and the season at the finish 
had become not "another" one but "the one. 

Its officers this year were: President. Richard Cox: Vice-President. William 
Fitzgerald: Secretary. Joseph Albertson: Business Manager. James Davis; and 
Publicity. James Castleberry. 



RICHARD COX 

President 



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Women's Glee Club 



One of the younger organizations of the Carolina campus. The Women's 
Glee Club has added another successful year to the growing luster of their short 
history. 

Their first outing this year was in combination with The Men's Glee Club 
at the Convocation on F niversity Day. Following this, the organization, which is 
composed of more than one hundred girls, was a prominent part of the annual 
Christmas concert. 

Returning to school after the Christmas vacation, the girls carried on with a 
number of special broadcasts as they worked towards the twin events of the 
spring which are the highlights of the groups year. 

These occasions are their tour of many of the cities and towns of the state 
and their climatic spring concert. Both were fine successes and furnished a suit- 
able finish to a good year. 

The officers were: Jo Fishel. President; Gray Simpson. Vice-Pesident; 
Mary Swarm. Secretary; Feme Hughes. Business Manager: and Doris Newburn. 
Publicity Chairman. 







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Sound 




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and Fury 



KEN GAMMAGE 

President 



Sound and Fury laughed its way through 
another round of gala shows this past year to 
add new brilliance to its already shining repu- 
tation as a producer of slightly hilarious mus- 
ical comedies. 

With the advent of the traditional Fresh- 
man Night show, which featured a number of 
stellar performances united into a small re- 
view, the hard-working group got off to a 
(lying start, and immediately began work upon 
the first big show of the year. GIN LANE, an 
original musical melodrama by Pete Strader 
and Ken Gammage. Under the leadership of 
Douglas Gardner as President, and with Stra- 
der acting in the multiple capacities of Di- 
rector, Scenic Designer. Costume Designer, 
and actor, the group was ably assisted by 
Frank Matthews as Music Director. Forrest 
Covington as Choral Director, and Howard 
Meyers as Orchestra Conductor. GIN LANE 
proved to be a howling success from the stand- 
point of achievement as well as that of pro- 
viding a good time for all concerned. 

Gammage succeeded Gardner as President, 
and plans were laid for the second show, held 
in the spring quarter, which proved to be even 
more successful than the first. Sound and Fury 
looks forward with anticipation to bigger and 
better productions next year. 




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Eleanor Ringer as Saint Joan. 



Carolina 
Playmakers 



The Playmakers dedicated this past year, 
and their thirtieth anniversary, to the classics. 
Opening with the Forest Theatre streamlined 
production of MACBETH, in the spring of 
1947. they continued in the fall with George 
Bernard Shaw"s SAINT JOAN; a new Ameri- 
can translation of Henrik Ibsen's AN ENEMY 
OF THE PEOPLE by two of the Carolina 
staff. Kai Jurgensen and Robert Schenkkan; 
Gilbert and Sullivan's THE MIKADO; and 
Thomas Dekker's THE SHOWMAKER'S 
HOLIDAY. 

Since the masterful hand of Frederick Koch 
placed the Carolina Playmakers foremost 
among college theatres of America, the Chapel 
Hill group has met the original challenge this 
year as always before by offering to the stu- 
dents a first-rate bill of dramatic entertain- 
ment. 




Macbeth'' 



A seene froni a Playmaker production. 




EfTIPIRE 



Board of 
Directors 




President 

JAMES E. WELCH, 

Catholic University 

of America 

(not pictured) 



Busin 
Director 
WILLIAM R. COULTER 

University of North 
Carolina 



Women's 

Director 
ALICE M. INGRAM, 
Woman's College of 

U. N. C. 



Production fTlemos 



"Alice Goes Awandering" — 1944 

EMPIRE'S first motion picture was filmed in 
full color as a picturesque travelogue of our 
nation's capital, Washington, D. C. based upon 
the- quaint fairy tale of "Alice in Wonderland". 



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"The Call of Carolina" — 1945 

Moving to the college community of Chapel Hill. 
EMPIRE felt the pulse of its life, and attempted to 
capture the hustle of activity and the sense of honor 
which make up the traditional "Carolina Spirit". 




"The Memoirs of a G. M. 
Assistant" — 1946 

Swinging into full force as a campus organi- 
zation. EMPIRE made this movie for the Graham 
Memorial Board of Directors, depicting the func- 
tion of a Student Union on the college campus. 



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"Carolina In Color" — 1947 

In tlii~ second color film, the company tried to 
visualize the natural heauty of the University and the 
Chapel Hill community as seen through the eyes of 
an artist. 



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FERTURES 



A History with a Purpose 

From a dream of childhood of two high school students, EMPIRE 
FEATURES has grown into a reality- Its motivating influence was 
first felt beyond the campus limits. Then, impressed by the natural 
friendliness and the atmosphere of history and tradition which have 
made the University great, the company sought to preserve that spirit 
on celluloid as a cross-section of campus life lifted out of the pages of 
time. 

During the past four years. EMPIRE FEATURES has become 
integrated into the host of campus organizations, seeking to record 
pictorially the progress and the purposes of them all. It has been the 
sincere desire of the company to do its bit toward fostering the 
modern medium of motion pictures, which the University can and will 
apply to the continuation of its progressive spirit. We hope that in 
some way this effort has been of service to Alma Mater. 

In grateful appreciation of the services and cooperation rendered 
tow aid our purpose. EMPIRE FEATURES has nominated the per- 
sons designated at the right in its Honor Roll of Campus Affiliates. 





HONOR 

ROLL of 

CAMPUS 

AFFILIATES 



Robert H. Morrison 


'46 


William T. Crisp 


'46 


William R. Mckenzie 


'45 


Charles F. Vance 


'46 


Douglass Hunt 


'45 


J. Patrick Kelly 


'47 


Gene H. Johnstone 


'47 


Richard G. Stern 


'47 


Berlette Capt 


'46 


Edward F. Emack 


'46 


Frederick J. Flagler 


.'47 


Lib Schofield 


'46 


Sybil Goerch Powe 


.'47 


Gloria Chapman 


'46 


Clyde M. Stallings 


'47 


Paul S. Baynard 




Robert S. Parham 




Martha Rice 




Dave Owens 




John Lawler 




A. B. Coleman 




Betty Warren Jones 




Professional Men 




Edward J. Woodhouse 




Paul Young 





Charles F. Milner 



A Scene from "The Memoirs of a G. M. Assistant'". Inserts show Dave Owens, featured 
player, Martha Riee, G. M. Director 1945-1947. 



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Homecoming 



"For the University", the motto of the Uni- 
versity Club, is self-explanatory of the purpose 
of this representative body. Composed of a 
junior class representative from each of the 
men's dormitories and fraternities and a 
senior class representative from each of the 
women's dorms and sororities, the club has 
functioned efficientlv this past vear under the 
leadership of Chuck Voigt. in fostering school 
spirit and sponsoring pep rallies. 

Along with its other activities the club spon- 
sored a display contest during the Homecom- 
ing week-end for the North Carolina State 
football game and awarded cups to the Kappa 
Sigma fraternity and Old East dormitory for 
the most original exhibits. 

In order to improve intra-school relation- 
ships the University Club sponsored a "Hey 
How You" day. This is an annual affair when 
every student on campus calls a hearty "hey, 
how you" to every other student he meets on 
the gravel walks. 

All in all the I Diversity Club did a com- 
mendable job in moulding the old "Carolina 
Spirit". Officers this year were: President. 
Chuck Voigt; Vice-President. Emile Saleebv: 
and Secretarv-Treasurer. Martin Carmichael. 



(Ill CK VOIGT 
President 



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THE UniVERSITY CLUB 



Kneeling — Marly Carmichael, Chuck Voigt. Emile Saleeby • Seated — Lib Cox, Barbara Ray, Mae Belle 
Eiiman, Gerry Carpenter, Elizabeth Eaddy, Jane Morrison, Mareia Black • Standing — Henry Reynolds, 
Pete Gerns, Bill Hedricks, Dover Moore. Lee Gilliam. Dick Fleming, John Cramer, Joe Pete Ward • 
Standing — Back: Dixie Greene. Myles Haynes, Joe Johnson. John McPhaul. Bob Johnson. Bob Goldwater, 
Bob Ormand, Doe Scruggs, Bill Williams. Bob Plumb. Joe Basnight. Ed Brenegar. Mack Hagaman. John 
Posser. Bob Lee. Hugh Efird. 






Elected officers of the Band : Frank West, 
President; Robert Prunty, Vice-President; 
Bviiimi Weathers, Secretary-Treasurer. 




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UniVERSITY BRflD 



The University Band was organized to give the students a chance to participate in a march- 
ing musical organization, and to provide the campus with good hand music. 

During the fall the main project of the band was playing and marching at the football games. 
The band also led the torchlight parades and informal pep rallies before the games. This year 
they have received much praise for their original and outstanding programs. 

The Director of the Band is professor Earl Slocum and the Assistant Director is Hubert Hen- 
derson. Other officers were: Frank West, President: Bob Prunty. Vice-President: Bynum Weath- 
ers. Secretary-Treasurer; David Arner, Business Manager; Gene Stryker. Publicity Manager; 
Norman Clark. Librarian: Kenneth Stroup, Assistant Librarian: Harold Andrews. Editor of 
Band Notes. 



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MERRILY BROOKS 

Secretary 



DICK JOHNSON 
Treasurer 



Western north Carolina Club 

The aim of the Western North Carolina Club is to take an active part in varied campus affairs, 
and in doing so. bring together those students from the western part of the state. 

Every year the club participates in many of the outstanding activities on the campus. This year 
they sponsored Sadie Hawkins Day which is one of Carolina's traditional annual events. They partici- 
pated in the many drives and social functions on the campus. The club has social activities of its own 
which include square dances, vacation dances in Asheville, and other forms of entertainment that are 
of interest to all its members. 

The Western North Carolina Club grew considerably- this year, and through its large membership 
was able to do a great deal in promoting the main campus events. 

The square dance team, a main attraction for Carolina, has proved to be very successful. It has 
helped to teach the art to high school students and to other groups in and around Chapel Hill. 

Officers this year were: President. Bud Reagan: Vice-President. Gordon Bullock: Secretary. 
Merrily Brooks: and Treasurer. Dick Johnson. 




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First Row: Eugene Ryan, Mae Belle Ennian, Katharine Durham. Jack Stanton. Mildred 
Koon, Bob Elliott, Carolyn Bishop, Henry Phelps, Cove Rogers, Audrey Bryson • Second 
Rote: Chuck Morrell. Drew Colvard, Herman Caiman, Art Melton, John Brady, Ralph D. 
Morris, Henry Irvin, Bill Harrison. J. T. Nance. Robert Hawkins. Johnny Orr. 




First Row: Bud Reagan, Merrily Brooks, Marjorie Taylor, Monk Pegram, James Teague, 
Julia Greenwood, Nathan Boone, Pauline Alexander, Martha Bureh, Ruth Bradley. 
Margaret Graham • Second Row: Bill Sills. Sam Wright, Steve Uzzell, Nelson Powell. 
Cannall Melton. Ragland Medicus, Bob White. Arnold Wilson, Harold Cummings. Charles 
G. Clapp, James Echerd, Otis Ray Davis. 



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Seated — Basil Sherrell, Margie Cameron. Jim McAllister, Caroline Warren, Rev. Bob 
Nelson • Standing — Boh Dulin. J. D. Fonst. Jim Brorkman. Marvin Horton. Wilbur 
McFarland. 



The UUesley Foundation 



The Sunday night suppers, the picnics, the group singing, the plays, 
baseball games, and square dances were just a few of the many activities of 
the Wesley Foundation of the Chapel Hill Methodist Church this year. 

This organization, which includes all denominations and faiths in its 
membership, has as its aims the training of students in ethical and social 
standards; the improvement of personality limitations through group rec- 
reation: and. especially, the development of a spiritual inspiration which 
may help guide the students in life. 

In addition to editing a paper, the Wesley Worker, and holding panel 
discussions and receptions, the group took an overnight bicycle hike to 
Hillsboro. This annual affair proved very successful. 

Officers this year were: President. Jim McAllister: Vice-President. Bob 
Allen: Secretary. Caroline Warren: Treasurer. Basil Sherrell: and Editor 
of Wesley Worker. Bob Dulin. 




A foursome of Wesley members. 



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Seated — Don Broad, Katherine McLean, Vivian Parks, Mildred Gulley, Cove Rogers • 
Standing — Rev. J. C. Herrin, Helen Xanthos, Helen Phillips, Ed Strain, Anne Carlton, 
Bill Kochnline, Frances Greene, Rinian Muth, Gertrude Osborne, John Hough. 



Baptist Student Union 




VIVIAN PARKS 

President 



Serving two thousand Baptist students on the campus, the Baptist Student 
Union promotes many activities designed to encourage Christian education 
and spiritual growth. The program includes morning worship in the church, 
four Church School classes, Friday night forums, and Sunday evening 
vespers. 

The Baptist Student Union Council meets every Friday night to deter- 
mine policies and plan programs. 

A monthly newspaper, The Christian Student, is published, and a weekly 
news sheet is sent to every member to keep up interest in the organization. 

Through the Council on Religion in Life, the Baptist Student Union co- 
operates with other religious groups on the Carolina campus. 

Vivian Parks served as President this year. 



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Seated — Paul Furgatch, Rita Loeb, Leila Josephs, Mrs. Lillian Rosenberg, Advisor; Joan 
Srhlosburg, Bert Grossman • Standing — Gabby Cohen, Dick Mottsman, Bemie Kemp, 
Ben Perlmutter, Jerry Weiss, Alan Edleman, Ira Antin. 



Hillel Foundation 



Hillel Foundation is a student organization formed under the sponsor- 
ship of B'nai B'rith. national Jewish fraternal organization. It has as its 
goal the stimulation of interest among Jewish students in the religious, 
cultural, and social ideals of their people. With Dr. A. L. Sacher as its 
national director, Hillel is a supplement to university life and extra-cur- 
ricular activity. It is meant neither to segregate nor separate. 

Within the organization there are a variety of student groups planned to 
carry out some particular function of Jewish student life. Social. Religious. 
Interfaith. and Cultural are a few of the titles under which the activities fall. 

The Carolina Hillel was headed this year hy Paul L. Furgatch, President, 
and Mrs. Lillian Rosenberg, Counselor. 




PAUL FURGATCH 

President 



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Kneeling — Saul Monsour. John Sevier. Harry Tsumas. Walter Johnson. Dick Belger, 
Don Monroe • Seated — Marie Jansen, Ruth McCann, Helen McCann, Genevieve Trott, 
Paul Baschom, Rev. Francis J. Murphy, Mary Jo Parrish. Lucy Evans, Mary Ann McKee 
• Standing — Dan McLaughlin, Albert Shaw, Jimmy Brown. Neil Patrick, Andy Lavin, Al 
Rodman, Frances Strong, Jim Grinn, Joe Donaldson, Joe Rinaldi, Ernie Rabil. 



Rquinas Club 



An organization of Catholic culture and fellowship, the Aquinas Club 
was formed to bring closer together the students of Catholic faith on the 
Carolina campus. 

During this past year, its members have held regular discussions on the 
fundamental doctrines and modern precepts of the Church in weekly dis- 
cussions designed to enrich the spiritual life of the Catholic students. 

Through the spiritual and social fellowship of these discussion groups 
and such functions as Communion breakfasts, and with the helpful guidance 
of Father Morrisey, each of the members has been more successful in meet- 
ing the religious problems of life on a college campus. 

Officers this year were: President. Paul Baschom. Jr.; Vice-President, 
Lucy Evans; Secretary. Mary Jo Parrish; and Treasurer, Don Vincent. 



PALL BASCHOM 
President 



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AfNi O 




Kneeling — Sarah Duncan, Helen Morrow, Betsy Ann Barbee, Mary Elizabeth Pell. Jean 
Basnight, Mary Mac Kear, Belly Vashaw • Seated — Charlotte Dutrow. Elise Rhine, 
Nancy Shields, Effie Westervelt, Betsy Green, Jean Cashion, Charlotte Rosenberg o Stead- 
ing— Carolyn Guthrie, Esther Williams, Bill Lloyd, Carolyn Warren, Mary Bright Jernigan, 
Jane Rogers, Wilma Anderson. 



Town Girls Rssociation 



Since its organization several years ago. the Town Girls Association has 
come to form an important part of coed activities at Carolina. 

The Town Girls Association endeavors to help girls who live in Chapel 
Hill to become acquainted with campus life, and interested in campus af- 
fairs and extra-curricular activities. It provides organized support for 
Chapel Hill girls qualified for candidacyship in coed elections, and supports 
athletic teams in intramural events. 

Several social events highlighted Town Girls Association's program this 
year. They included the Orientation Week coke party, the fall picnic for 
new U. N. C. town girls 1 Christmas dance, a spring picnic, and a tra- 
ditional tea for the girls of the Chapel Hill High School graduating class. 
The organization also sponsored a monthly supper forum meeting which 
proved highly successful and populai. 

The officers this year were: President, Betsy Anne Barbee; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Liz Hazlett; Secretary, Jeanne Basnight; and Treasurer, Betty 
Vashaw. 




Betsy Ann Barbee 
President 



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The University Veterans Committee for 1946-47: Jim Dean, Vice-President; Pat Don- 
nelly, Secretary; John Clampitt, Treasurer; Hugh Wells, President; Chuck Hilty, Chair- 
man of Board of Governors. 



University Veteran's Rssociation 




The University Veteran's Association represents a different group from 
other campus organizations. The men and women are former service per- 
sonnel. The University Veteran's Association has united them so that 
through their collective efforts they may be better enabled to pursue their 
common goal of education. 

This year the Association has taken an active part in establishing a stu- 
dent cooperative store. In business sessions investigations of housing and 
food prices were discussed, definite stands on Veteran's legislation were 
taken and these opinions sent to Congress. 

A special activity of the Veteran's Association has been the maintenance 
of the popular Vet's Club. Here veterans and their dates have found re- 
laxation and entertainment all during the school year. 

With a total membership of around thirteen hundred, the Veteran's 
Association has become one of the major organizations on the Carolina 
campus. 

Johnny Clampitt was this year's President. 



JOHN CLAMPITT 

Prpsiilfitt 



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Seated — Askley Branch. Margaret Jean Taylor, Walter Arnold, Vice-Chairman; Jess 
Dedmond, Don Hames, Secretary ; Coline Smith, Ralph Sherrill • Standing — Tom Lock- 
hart, Bill McCall, Joe McDaniel, Monroe Landreth, Lewis Bartler, Jim Vogler, Ben Kistler, 
Bud Rhinehart. 



The Campus Party 



Organized in March, 1947, by a group of students headed by Johnny 
Jones and Chuck Heath, the Campus Party was originally made up of 
people who believed that there was a need for a third political party on the 
Carolina campus. 

Its members were united by the one objective of making student govern- 
ment more representative. Only its members may vote in nomination meet- 
ings, assuring that the will of the real membership of the party will be re- 
flected in any nominee selection. 

Its foremost objective, in addition to the one already mentioned, is to 
secure a more efficient student government. It is always ready to support 
any issue or any man who will advance these aims. 

During the 1947 spring election, the party sponsored a review in 
Memorial Hall, and afterwards elected four members to the student legis- 
lature. 

The members of the C. P. held and continue to hold hopes and plans for 
the continuing improvement in student government. 

Jess Dedmond capably served as chairman this year. 




JESS DEDMOND 
Chairman 



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Kneeling — First Row: Wally Robinson, Thurmond Williams, Charlie Loudermilk, Annie 
Ben Beale, Len Butts • Kneeling — Second Row: Buddy Simpson, Ed Davenport, Sue 
Everett, Fran Angus, Carey Dobbs, Toots Hanna, Ted Fussell • Standing — Pete Beaudry, 
Tag Montague, Norman Ripps, Bill Miller, Paul Fitzgerald, Liz Legget, Chuck Hauser, 
John Webb, Mac Hagaman. 




The University Party 



Founded late in the roaring twenties, the University Party has endeavor- 
ed to strengthen student government on the Carolina campus through its 
policy of consistent selection of superior candidates. 

Having over this span of time proved that it is a party that can do the 
job. the party and its members continued throughout 1947 to hold to this 
basic principle. The only party on the campus whose meetings cannot be 
"packed", the group's steering committee is composed of one voting repre- 
sentative from each of its member organizations. 

Any student group of twenty-five or more members can qualify as an 
organization and obtain a vote on this committee which elects a chairman 
and publicity manager and nominates all candidates. 

Chairman this year was Miles J. Smith of Salisbury; and the publicity 
manager was Herbert Nachman; Vice-President was Ernest House; Secre- 
tary, Ben Beale; and Treasurer, Norman Ripps. 



MILES SMITH 

Chairman 



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Kneeling — Bill Robertson, Pete Gems, Bill Jernigan. Charles Howe, Bruce Sanborn, John 
Van Hecke, Randy MeLeod, Earl Hartsell • Seated — Bill Mackie, Harold Darden, Tom 
Eller, Martha Aiken, Chick Slack, Jo Farris, Carter Taylor, Ruth Manning, Gloria Peters, 
Jack DeVore • Standing — Bill Swaim, John Brockman, Fred Thompson, George Drew, 
John Zucker, Herbert Alexander. Gill Burnet". Cam West. Gran Childress, Wilbur 
McFarland. Jack Park, D. F. Blackwell. 



The Student Party 



The Student Party on the campus was organized in the spring of 
1946. and has been controlled by a group of people who believe 
that campus politics are in need of the introduction of a "big 
stick". 

Since its inception, the party has attempted to select its ticket 
exclusively on the basis of "capability". Its success in the 1947 
spring elections was the culmination of a year's drive to organize 
all campus factions and give voice to the largest number of voters 
possible. 

The Student Party prides itself in being the only party in which 
every Carolina student is accorded the privilege of attending all 
meetings, speaking on all policies, and voting on all issues. 

Under the leadership of Charlie Long, the party has striven to 
assure its voters that their officers are "on the job" improving 
student government. 




CHARLES LONG 

President 



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The Wilmington-Carolina Club 



Hailing from Wilmington, a group of industrious students this year decided 
to form into an organized club to promote a spirit of fellowship and good will, 
to familiarize themselves with their fellow Wilmingtonians, and to create a bond 
of friendship to benefit their college days and after-college years. Thus the Wil- 
mington-Carolina Club was created. 

These students also have had as their aims, during their initial year, group 
social functions, spiritual growth for the club, and the promotion of a closer and 
more active union between the Carolina alumni of Wilmington and the campus 
organization. 

Serving as officers this vear were: Marion Woodbury, President; Fields 
Clark. Vice-President: George Daughtry. Secretary; Eloise Jacobi, Treasurer; 
and Dan McClain. Social Chairman. 




MARION WOODBl RY 
President 



: Marion Woodbury. W illiam Mead. John Otterbourg. Maurice Merrill. Robert Whitaker. Fred Sternbcrger. . 
nlhos. Ebe Godwin. Charles Harrington • Second Rote: Robert Bow den. Fields Clark, Joe James. Diek Ha 

James Stokclr. Eleanor Highsmith, Dan McClain, Leland Joi 
-■ Rockwell Poisson. Carl Mathis. Eloise Jacobi, John Tsante 

Andrew Andrew. Robert Bell. George Dauuhtry. 




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The Carolina Conservative Club 





A new organization brought to the Carolina campus in Au- 
gust. 1946, the Conservative Club was formed to combat the 
"radicals" of the University of North Carolina and to represent 
the Right in Chapel Hill. 

Their purposes include the support of Churchillian thinking 
and the retention of England as a great world power. They also 
champion a two party system for the South which they claim 
will eradicate the "near-stagnation" of Southern progress, racial 
equality through a slow, reasonable process, and the role played 
in American affairs by the business man. 

Officers this year were: John York, President; Paul Mullinax. 
Vice-President; Charlie Kauffman. Secretary; and James Crad- 
dock, Treasurer. 



JOHN YORK 

President 



Seated — Banks Taller, Second Vice-President; Paul E. Mullinax, First Vice-President; 
Charles C. Kauffman, Jr., Secretary • Standing — John C. York, President; James 
Craddock, Treasurer • Not Pictured — Paul Harrill, Meek Carpenter, Herbert Mc- 
Keithan, Miles Smith, Reginald Rawls, Richard Caudle, Howard Yandle. 




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Freshman Friendship Counci 



An important branch of the University of North Caro- 
lina Y. M. C. A. is the Freshman Friendship Council, ac- 
tive on the campus for over twenty years. Having as its 
purpose the guidance of entering freshmen, the Council 
meets weekly to plan special programs for the entire year. 

This year a conference was held before the opening of 
school for entering freshmen. The conference was in 
Winston-Salem and was a two-day affair at which over 
fifty people were present. Also highlighting this year 
were the two exchange dances with Woman's College in 
Greensboro. 

The Council not only advises freshmen at Carolina, but 
each year they visit high schools in the surrounding vicin- 
ity to talk to all boys interested in entering the University. 

The work of the Friendship Council is very important 
to the entering students. It gives them the advice and di- 
rection necessary, and orientates them to the Carolina 
way of college Jife. 




PEGGY JERGENSON 

Secretary 

MARY ELAM 

Assistant Secretary 

CLAUDE C. SHOTTS 
Executive Director of the Y. M. C. A. 



Seated — John Brockman, Claude C. Shotts, Director; Fred Thompson, Ed Hamilton, Edwin Robbins, Jimmy Rutherford 
• Standing — Wilson Yarborough, John Burwell, Bob Holmes, Jack Brown, Bill Hedrick, V. L. Jones. 




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GENE JOHNSTONE 

Chairman 



Publications Union Board 



The Publications Union Board was established to act as a go-between for the 
printers, contractors, and engravers and the four student publications, The Daily 
Tar Heel. The Yackety Yack, Carolina Mag, and Tarnation. 

The Board makes and approves an annual budget for each publication; thus 
an orderly financial condition in the businesses is assured. 

Another task is the approving of various staff appointments upon recom- 
mendations of the respective editors-in-chief. 

This past year the Board approved several new contracts, notably one pro- 
viding a large printing set-up for The Daily Tar Heel, the University of North 



Sealed: Julia Ross. Gene Johnstone. J. M. Lear. Faculty Advisor • 
Standing: Dr. William A. Olsen, Faculty Member, Ed Joyner, Dr. Lyman 
Cotten, Faculty Member, Bill Carmichael. 




Carolina newspaper. It also instigated the buying of a 
station wagon for the paper, therefore overcoming 
many circulation difficulties. 

The Publications Union Board does not exert edi- 
torial control over any of the four publications. It acts 
basically as an advisory board. 

Faculty members are professors William Olsen and 
Lyman Cotten. Dr. J. M. Lear serves as advisor. 

The officers for this year were: Gene Johnstone. 
President; Julia Ross, Secretary; Ed Joyner, Treas- 
urer; and Billy Carmichael. Coordinator. 



Carolina Mag 




Yackelv Yack 



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The Board of Editors: RUTH EVANS, GEINE JOHNSTONE, HAROLD BURSLEY 




BILL DUNCAN 
Coordinator 



"Have you ever worked on a yearbook before?" 
we asked the applicants in September. And we took 
down their answers and filled out their cards and 
told them we'd call later. 

But we didn't tell them just how soon we'd call, 
or that we had worked on a yearbook before, and we 
knew what it was like, and maybe we are writing this 
now as a labor of conscience. 

And maybe we didn't tell them because we knew 
what working on a yearbook could be like and how 
could we tell them about the reward that just look- 
ing at your work can be? 

But it conies after you have put a year of your life 
into it — and we have put a year of ours into it and 
know that just glancing through this brown and 
gold book makes it worth all of it. 

It's been a hard year — full of postponements, full 
of deadlines that weren't met and deadlines that 
were, and great plans that never came off and some 
that did, and people that cooperated and some that 
didn't. We worked on it and sometimes it didn't 
seem worth it. 

We overcut all our afternoon classes; then we cut 
them again, and we almost didn't pass fall quarter. 
The work ran behind and tempers ran short and 
paper ran out. And then it all happened over again. 

There was the day that the package — but perhaps 
that's better forgotten. Anyway, eight month*, and 
240 days, and 5900 hours, and two quarters, and forty 
reams of paper, and 9270 packs of cigarettes went — 
and the staff wilted and revived and wilted again. 

And we finally watched them set the last word of 
the last sentence of the last page and the presses 
started to hum. ^nd we probably can't express it to 
you and maybe we don't understand it ourselves. 

Because it's been a tough year and material has 
been short and talent is hard to find and money 
doesn't grow on trees and all that. 

But it's been fun and experience and friendships 
and good, honest work. And it's a pretty good 
Yackety Yack — or anyway, we hope you like it. 



HARRIET SIPPLE 

Organizations Editor 



LES BODDEN 

Photographic Editor 



DICK GORDON 
Business Manager 





Class and 
Fraternity Editors 

Gene Blake 

Jean Stoutenburg 

Margaret Gaston 

Jovce Jones 

Ed Pate 
Cattie Holt 




GENE JOHNSTONE 

RUTH E\ VNS 

HAROLD BURSLEY Board of Editors 

GENE BLAKE Senior Editor 

Dan McClain. Joyce Jones. Elaine Patton. 

Sadie Pearson. Tookie Hodgson. 

JEAN STOUTENBURG Junior Editor 

Bill Brown. Jim Johnson. Helen Phillips. Elinor Woltz. 

Jean McKeithen. Stella Lassiter. Alberta Mercer. 

MARGARET GASTON Sophomore Editor 

\ T arren James. Charlie Gibson. Bert Kaplan. Wallace Kirby. 
JOVCE JONES Freshman Editor 

Hamp Davis. Charlie Pratt. Alice Sharp. Hilda Sharkey. 

BARBARA STOCKTON Professional School Editor 

Rachael Taylor, Dover Ward. Myra Tula Carter. 

Man Glen Slater. 

HARRIET SIPPLE Organizations Editor 

Emily Ogburn. Margaret Anne Wells. Heath Hartsell. 

Faith Adams. John Stump, Alice Sharp. 

ED PATE Fraternity Editor 

English DesChamps. Hal Chaplin. Bill Steele. 



CATHY HOLT Sorority Editor 

Pat Lane. Kitty Miller. Annie Ben Beale. 

MAY BELLE ENMAN Honorary Editor 

J. B. O'Neal. Marshall Roberts. Van McClellan. Barbara Dalton. 

BILLY CARMICHAEL and MORTY SCHAAP Sports Editors 

Jack Girard. George Grizzard. Bob Goldwater. 

LIL HOTARD Dance and Beauty Editor 

Ida Constable. Martha Rainsford. Carolyn Gaither. 

DICK GORDON Business Manager 

Sid Mr Aden, Dave Evans, Charmian Griffith, Molly Blackburn. 

Betsy Ann Barbee. Jane Castevens. Carter Taylor. 

LES BODDEN Photography Editor 

Wilson V arborough. Bruce Harrison. 

BOB ENNSLIN Art Editor 

John Davis. Tom Wharton. C. T. Bryant. Lucy Hill Baxter. 

Bill Harrison. William Andrews. 

BILL DUNCAN Coordination 

Spike Norwood, Priscilla Moore, Susanne Stokes. 

NELL EVANS, ELOISE J ACOBI. ELDENE GROGAN Clerical Staff 



Kneeling: Tom Wharton. Bill Harrison, Si jacobson, C T. Bryant, Sid McAden, Ben Beale, Les Bodden, 
John MeCrary. Bob Ennslin • Seated: Warren James, Margaret Gaston, Mayhelle Inman, Elaine Pat- 
ton. Sarah Blair Pearson. Jean Stoutenburg. Emily Ogburn. Hilda Sharkey. Dick Gordon o Standing, 
First Rote: English DesChamps. Faith Adams. Cattie Holt. Alice Sharp. Lucy Baxter. Barbara Stockton. 
Joyce Jones. Elinor Woltz, Harriet Sipple • Standing. Second Rote: Ed Pate. Skip Larkins. Bill Steele, 
Jim Moss. Bill Duncan. Morty Schaap, Gene Blake, Bob Goldwater. Bill Carmiehael, A. W. James. 




BARRON MILLS 
Editor 




arijeiewiB 



HOWARD BAILEY 

Business Manager 



The Daily Tar Heel, proud of its record as the oldest col- 
lege daily in the southland and as the only college daily in 
the southeast, added another chapter to its successful history 
during the past year. 

With its first fall issue, the Daily Tar Heel, under the 
leadership of Editor Barron Mills, expanded from its old six 
column format to an eight column, standard newspaper size. 
Publishing in the new $30,000 Colonial Press plant owned 
and managed by former editors Orville Campbell and Horace 
Carter, the new Daily Tar Heel was turned out on a duplex 
press, capable of printing, folding, cutting, and counting an 
eight page, eight column newspaper at the rate of 3,500 
copies per hour. 




Seated 

Dick Jenrette 

Bob Goldwater 

Billy Carmichael 

Larry Fox 

Standing 

J. C. Brown 

Mary Sledge 

Howard Bailey 

Kathryn Colwell 

Eton Holden 
Charles Pattison 




afarKeet 



On the campus, the Daily Tar Heel continued to furnish the university 
community with complete coverage of campus happenings and to keep an ac- 
curate and unbiased record of the day-to-day events of the Carolina passing 
parade. 

The columns of the paper carried comment and feature work by campus 
journalists and augmented it with syndicated material from cross-word puzzles 
to L'il Abner and Drew Pearson. Full United Press wire coverage was also 
carried. 

The Daily Tar Heel's recognized eminence in the field of college journal- 
ism, its conscientious coverage of all the news, and its headlines of such events 
as Carolina. 21 : Duke. — all these went into the making of a newspaper and a 
record of which the campus and the staff may well be proud. 

With Mills as Editor, the staff was managed early in the year by Earl 
Heffner who was succeeded as Managing Editor by Ed Joyner. Chuck Hauser 
reigned supreme in the news room while next door the sports staff labored 
under the leadership of Co-Sports Editors. Bob Goldwater and Billy Car- 
michael. 

The business office was directed by Harold Bailey, Business Manager and 
Owen Lewis as Circulation Manager. 

There were approximately 30 other staff members associated with the 
paper during the course of the year. 



Seated — Charlie Gibson, Bob Sain, Earl Heffner, Bill Sexton, Barron Mills, 
"Sleepy" Joyner, Chuck Hauser, Raney Stanford • Standing. First Row — 
Jim Spence, Margaret Gaston, Sally Woodhull, Jean Baskerville, Rita Adams, 
Nancy Norman, Jane Meers, Elaine Patton, Virginia Forward, John Mump. 
Bunny Davis, Wilson Yarborough, Paul Rothman • Standing. Second Row — 
James Russell, Gill Furgurson, Bob Rolnik. Gordon Humnes, George Roberts, 
Pete Gems, Herbert Nachman, Bill BucSian. 




ED JOYNER 

Managing Editor 




BILL CARMICHAEL and BOB GOLDWATER 

Sports Editors 









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mRGAzine 




CHARLIE GIBSON 

Managing Editor 



JOHN SINK 

Associate Editor 




"It's too arty! Jokes are needed!'' 

"Dam good magazine! A well balanced publication." 

''Perhaps no other editor in the history of journalism 
has evolved the tricky technique oj picquing reader in- 
terest by snipping ending paragraphs from each story 
before the publication goes to press." 

Such human Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde accomplishment 
in editing a magazine has been the job of Fred Jacobson 
who for the second succeeding year has served as the 
Editor of Carolina Magazine. 

In spite of the calm seas of praise as well as the ava- 
lanche of adverse criticism from which no creative effort 
escapes, the Carolina Magazine placed among the first ten 
college publications according to an announcement bv the 
Nat'onal Scholastic Press Association. 

Magazine policy, seeking the greatest amount of reader 
interest and entertainment through the presentation of the 
largest variety of creative talent available on campus, 
has been generally successful. This success has been due 
to the excellent staff work which succeeded in publishing 
eight truly representative issues worthy of Tar Heel 



BILL SESSIONS 

Literary Editor 



JOHN DAVIS 

Art Editor 



Seated: Charlie Gibson. 
Barbara Dalton, Julia 
Ross, Harding Menzics 
• Standing: Harry Snow- 
den, Joe Allen, Bob Sain, 
Bookie Jabine. P. MeNeer 
Dillon, Bill Sessions • \../ 
pictured : J. Kin berg, 
B. P e r I m u t t e r. J. Mc- 
Dowell, B. Carmichael, E. 
Heffner. E. Patlon, D. 
Sharpe. M. Barker, N. 
Norman. C. Rosenburg, J. 
Goldstein, O. Lewis, R. An- 
derson, M. Daniel, J. Mor- 
rison, P. Moore, A. Carl- 
ton, M. Williams, A. Bry- 
son, V. Forward, D. Mc- 
Donald. 




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talents. To this end the Carolina Magazine has received 
much praise for its excellence in features, fiction, art. 
poetry, photography, and humor. 

Outstanding in their work as Managing Editors, Jud 
Kinberg and Charlie Gibson performed with alert inge- 
nuity and industriousness. John Sink, as Associate Editor, 
John Davis, in charge of art, John McDowell, literary 
head-man. deserve much credit toward shaping the Mag- 
azine into an interesting and readable student publication. 
If nothing else ever produced an impression on a reader. 
Wilson Yarboroughs photography drew praise consist- 
ently. 

With the work of the business staff under the direction 
of Ben Perlmutter and Mel Cohen, enough advertising was 
collected to allow the Magazine many extra expenses not 
made possible through student funds. 

It is hoped by the staff that the Carolina Magazine will 
continue to grow in its own right as a true reflection of 
the I niversity of North Carolina. 




MEL 
COHEN 

Business Manager 




Seated: Sally Woodhull, 
Jean McKeithen, Joyce 
Adams, Lucy Baxter, Shir- 
ley Newsom • Standing: 
Sandy Korshun, Mel Co- 
hen, Wilson Yarhorough. 
Buddy Lyon, Bill Harri- 
son, H. K. Privelte • Not 
pictured: W. Thompson. 
T. Olive, P. McNutt, B. 
Hudson, G. Cottrell, B. 
Kaplan, H. Klein, S. Levin, 
C. Griffin, D. Barnett. B. 
Tally, A. Smith, M. Nathan. 
T. Wood, C. Stallworth, L. 
Dodson, M. Slater, B. Hoff- 
man, J. Boberts, M. Black- 
burn, M. Wellons. 



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TOOKIE HODGSON 
Editor 



TAR 




/ON 



Tarnation is the most recent publication on the Caro- 
lina campus. It came into being in the spring of 1947 
through the efforts of a number of interested 
students, including Bill Miller. Charlie Long, Ernest 
House, and Tookie Hodgson. 



Seated — Margaret Marley, Martha Dan Payne, Carter 
Taylor • Standing — Art Xanthos, C. T. Bryant, Bill 
Harrison, Charlie Joyner, Gilbert Furgurson, Tom 
Kerr. 





TOM KERR 

Assistant Editor 



Publishing four issues during this year. Tarnation used approximately the same 
format for each one. A special Tarnation figure was devised, and this figure drawn in 
a number of poses — each designed to represent some Tarnation feature: such as. the 
record review, and the movie review. 

Tarnation s contents are not necessarily limited to writings of a strictly humorous 
nature. Straight features, light in tone and readable to a high degree, are also included. 
An example of the straight writing is "The Tarnation Profiles" — biographies of various 
"student personalities." 

Tarnation's overall formal is reminiscent of the New Yorker's, with a dash of 
Esquire added for spice! 

Officers this year were: Editor. Tookie Hodgson: Business Manager, Pete Gerns: 
and Assistant Editor, Tom Kerr. 



First Roiv: Lindsay Tate, Pete Gerns, Bill Swaim • Second Row: Tom Wharton, John 
Taylor, Wilson Yarborough, Joe Sargent. 




BILL SWAIM 
Advertising Manager 





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A DREAM COME TRl E . . . athletics for all . . . everything from baseball to badminton, from soccer to swim- 
ming . . . the complete athletic program for varsity star and Joe College alike ... a shining tribute to the man who 
wielded the major hand in the building of the South"? greatest athletic empire — Coach Bob Fetzer. 

Twenty-five vears ago Coach Bob came to Carolina. Little Bynum Gymnasium and Emerson field were the total 
facilities. But Coach Bob was a dreamer, and as he looked to the future, he foresaw the complete, balanced athletic 
plant. In quest of this goal. Coach Bob encountered fellow dreamers — Kenan. Woollen. Gray — and together they turned 
dreams to realities. Todav. the task nears completion. The change from ideals to ideas to edifices is being accomplished, 
and the Universitv. with pardonable pride, can boast an athletic plant unsurpassed in the nation. 

Yet, to Coach Bob the building of material structures will never give the satisfaction he has obtained in building 
and developing the minds and bodies of young Tar Heels. 

This has been his life's work, a lifetime that has seen Carolina athletic greats from Branch to Justice, has seen a 
Tar Heel trackster race to fame in Olympic competition, has seen the University win its first national championship. It 
was fitting that this crowning achievement should come as a 25th anniversary present and should come in the sport near- 
est to Coach Bobs heart — track. 

Thus, a humble tribute to a great educator, coach, and friend of all. May his next 25 years be filled with athletic 
champions and championships and leaders of men for this power behind the throne of sporting kings. 



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THE CLUBHOUSE 




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The Monogram Club was orgaA -d for the purpose of 
establishing friendftip among allmie winners of Caro- 
lina Monograms. Swce the war, thAcluh has grown con- 
siderably, and throughout the years it has sponsored 
many outstanding social functions. 

During Freshman Orientation Week the club had 
"Meet the Coach and Athletic Night" in order to help the 
freshmen become acquainted with one another and with 
the athletic association. During the year the club also 
sponsored a dance, the Wake Forest game on October 
11th, and sponsored the winning candidate. Lillian De- 
Armon, for "Miss Pay Off" during the World Student 
Service Fund drive. The "Blue and White Day", one of 
their largest events, ended the Spring football season. 
The club was also active in entertaining the winning 
teams in the various sports. 

The end of each year is high-lighted for the Monogram 
Club with the awarding of a trophy to the athletic coach 
who is voted to have served most outstandingly witli his 
team. 

Officers for this year were: 

President, Len Szafaryn; Vice-President, Jesse Green- 
baum; Secretary-Treasurer, Morty Schaap; Representa- 
tive to Athletic Council, John Dillon. 



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,EN SZAFARYN 
President 




CLUB 





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Kneeling: Joe Thigpen. Conway Rose, Bob Hutton. Jack Hester, Ike Norwood, Pete Hexner, Johnny Clem- 
ents, Bill Hamisch, Jaek Shaw, Bob Fahey, Frank Jones, Jaek Milne • Seated: Charlie Norton. Al Winn. 
Bill Sunas, Dick Hartley, Bill Maceyko, Taylor Thorn, Mike Morrow. Norman Sper, Max Cooke, Sam Mc- 
Cauley, Bobby Weant, T. A. Hearn, lrv Zirpel, Oscar Gupton, Hank Hickman, Len Szafaryn • Stand- 
ing. First Row: Clarence DiChiera, B. K. Grow. Laddie Terrell, Roger Sholbe, Vinnie DiLorenzo, Bob El- 
liott, Harry Beason, Mervin Lents, Ray Blair, Dan Breeden, Dick Hollander, Johnny Richardson, Dallas 
Branch, Bob Kelley. Rip Ryan • Standing. Second Row: Bill Smith, Jack Brasington, Gus Lacy, Nemo 
Nearman, Vic Seixas, Jack Moody, Dick Taylor, Hal Holden, Laurie Hooper, Morty Schaap, Bob Paxton 
• Standing. Third Rote: Jack Ross, Ken Powell, Charlie Justice, Jesse Greenbaum, Dan Nyimicz, Buck 
Hardee, Stan Marczyk, Sid Varney, Jim Godwin, Joe Wright, Jack Fitch, Art Bluethenthal, Larry Kloster- 
nan, Bill Spiegel, Bob Seligman, Don Nelson. Dick Twining, John Dillon. 



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The Starting Fours 



FOOTBRLL 



The 1947 Tar Heel football season 
was one of ups and downs. The Caro- 
lina eleven, rated as a pre-season na- 
tional great, squeezed by its opening 
game with Georgia, only to go down to 
disastrous defeat on the next two 
Saturdays, first at the hands of the 
powerful Longhorns of Texas, and 
then before slightly-less potent Wake 
Forest. 

But with the better late than never 
spirit in their hearts, the pupils of 
Coach Carl Suavely came roaring back 
on the next seven straight Saturdays to 
roll over William and Mary, Florida. 
Tennessee, State, Maryland, Duke, and 
Virginia in that order. 





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Once rolling, the Tar Heels were not to be tangled with, if one wished winning results. 
A high-geared running attack built around the ball-bearing abilities of such standout backs 
as Charlie Justice, Walt Pupa, Hosea Rodgers, and Jim Camp, combined with the aeriel tal- 
ents of the first three gave the locals a scoring punch rivalling any in the nation. 

Up front, the Carolina team was equally well equipped, sporting an array of line tal- 
ent that could be found to be deep in -reserve strength and usually deep in some opponent's 
backfield. 

The Tar Heels* eight and two record could be considered somewhat of a successful sea- 
son, though there were those, of course, who expecting more, were disappointed. 

If nothing else was accomplished, the Tar Heels were still building for greater sea- 
sons to come. 

THE SEASON'S RECORD 



Carolina 14 




Georgia 7 


Carolina 19 


Tennessee 7 


Texas 34 




Carolina 


Carolina 41 


State 6 


Wake Forest 


19 


Carolina 7 


Carolina 19 


Maryland 


Carolina 13 




William and Mary 7 


Carolina 21 


Duke 


Carolina 35 




Florida 7 
Won 8, 

First Flight for FootL 


Carolina 40 
Lost 2 

alloi> . . . Disastrous 


Virginia 7 




Tar Heels Edge Bulldogs 14-7 




The much-heralded replay of the Caro- 
lina-Georgia Sugar Bowl clash didn't 
quite live up to its pie-season press 
notices with both teams showing too much 
defense and a like amount of early sea- 
son awkwardness. But the Tar Heels final- 
ly came to life in the second half to dis- 
count an early Bulldog touchdown, and 
then go on to triumph, 14-7, in the clos- 
ing minutes on a Pupa-to-Weiner aeriel. 



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Steers Gore Carolina 34-0 

Tar Heel hopes of the greatest gridiron season in the school's history went 
up in smoke that October afternoon in Austin as the powerful Texas Longhorns 
teamed with the powerful Texas sun to send the visiting lads from Chapel Hill 
stampeding home with a 34-0 defeat on their shoulders. The Texans scored early 
on two tremendous pass plays and though the Tar Heels marched from one end of 
the field to the other, they could not produce a single score while their opponents 
were rollina; to three more tallies. 



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Against Texas 




Co-Captain Joe Wright 



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Deacons Blast Us 19-7 



Another Gloomy 
Saturday Aftemoo 




The supposedly-rebounding Tar Heels met a 
rather determined Wake Forest football team in 
Kenan stadium the following Saturday and when 
the smoke of the first half had cleared, the visiting 
Deacons had registered three quick touchdowns. 
mainly through air superiority. 

The men of Suavely came back to dominate most 
of the play in the second half, but their efforts 
netted but one touchdown through the staunch Wake 
Forest defense and the Tar Heels went down to 
their second straight defeat. 19-7. 



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Carolina Downs Indians 13-7 



Determined to prove to themselves if to no one 
else that thev could play winning ioothall. the Tar 
Heels journeyed to Williamsburg to do battle with 
the potent Indians of William and Mary. The game 
developed into one of the roughest and hardest- 
fought ol the season with the Carolina boys moving 
to a 7-0 lead at halftime and then matching the 
Virginians touchdown for touchdown in the last 
half to emerge a 13-7 winner. 



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Tar Heels Take Advantage 
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Hosea Rodgers 



Gators Fall to UI1C 35-7 



Florida became the next victim of 
the now-moving Tar Heels in the fifth 
game of the season. A filled-house of 
Gator homecoming alumni sat in the 
hot Gainesville sun to see the best 
Carolina performance of the season. 
Hosea Rodgers ran seventy-odd yards 
on the first play from scrimmage, and 
the Tar Heels followed with two more 
quick scores before most of the patrons 
were even seated. The rout continued 
for most of the afternoon with the 
Snavely-men coming out on the long 
end of a 35-7 count. 



Fred Sherman 



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Bob Kenned 1 * 



Snavelymen Drop Tennessee 19-7 

The Tar Heels returned to Kenan the next Saturday to 
give the home folks a view of their "New Look" foot- 
ball team at the expense of the visiting Volunteers of 
Tennessee. The Carolina team had the million-dollar fla- 
vor to it in the first half and assumed a commanding 
19-0 lead at the halftime. The Vols rallied throughout 
the remainder of the game though, to neutralize the Tar 
Heels' attack and score once themselves, forcing the local 
entry to settle for a 19-7 victory. 



Carolina Finally Whips Volunteers 












LUolfpack Declawed 
41-6 

The Battle of the Brothers between Caro- 
lina and Stale, renewed this season by popular 
demand, failed to reach the heights of conflict 
that had been expected as the Chapel Hill 
entry showed no mercy at all in running rough 
shod over the West Raleigh lads to exact a 
41-6 victory. 

The Tar Heels' six touchdown victory pa- 
rade started early and lasted late as Coach 
Suavely used all hands with seemingly equal 
success to send the State College Team cow- 
tailing homeward. Pupa, Justice, and Camp 
paced the high-powered offensive. 




Len Szafaryn 



Page 344 




The Rain Fell in Washington ... So the 
photographers slaved indoors! 



Carolina Outcrawls Terps 19-0 

Mud and a staunch Maryland defense were the next opponents of the triumphing Tar 
Heels, as Washington's Griffith Stadium saw two of the South's hest teams battle scoreless- 
ly for the opening half in a quagmire that left one player indistinguishable from another. 

The second half began in the same manner, but a Tar Heel recovery of a Terrapin 
fumble deep in Maryland territory led to a quick Carolina touchdown late in the third 
period. Within seven minutes, the Tar Heels had tallied twice again on Maryland-made 
breaks and a 19-0 triumph was assured. 




Mike Rubisli 



Bill Wardle 



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Blue Devils Routed Rgain 

The dream of all Tar Heel fans and footballers alike 
came true on November 22 as a Justiceded Carolina 
football team outmanned, outplayed, outfought, and 
what counts — outscored a rather hapless Duke Blue 
Devil eleven to gain a 21-0 victory in the traditional 
series. 

The Tar Heels were held in check during the early 
part of the game by a stubborn Duke defense and several 
penalties possibly attributed to over-anxiousness. But 




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the running of Charlie Justice, Walt Pupa. 
Jim Camp and end-arounding Art Weiner 
could not be denied as the Snavelymen took 
a 12-0 halftime lead on a short dash by the 
Asheville ambler and a Justice-to-Cox aeriel. 

The visitors from Chapel Hill maintained 
their supremacy of wet, muggy Duke Sta- 
dium throughout the second half which saw 
them tally the odd combination of nine 
points. The first six came when a Tar Heel 
drive sputtered and stalled on the Duke 
five-yard line, but on fourth down Pupa 
tossed to Justice in the flat, who slipped by 
three Duke tacklers and tumbled into the 
end zone. 

Bob Cox, who had missed the three extra 
points, made up the deficit by kicking a 22- 
yard field goal to complete the scoring. 



Bob Cox 






The beginning of the end 



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Dan Stiegman 



Wahoo's Deflated 40-7 

A highly-rated Virginia eleven was the final op- 
ponent of the 1947 Tar Heel football team, but the 
Snavelymen proved very unhospitable to their visi- 
tors from the Old Dominion as they applied a 40-7 
shellacking to the Cavaliers in Kenan Stadium. 

The Tar Heels delivered another six touchdown 
lesson in the art of football, moving up and down 
the field with powerful ease. They scored both on 
the ground and through the air and added their last 
touchdown on a Virginian miscue to round out the 
variety of the program. 

It was the last college game for seniors George 
Sparger, Joe Wright. John Tandy, George Roberts, 
Ted Hazelwood, Emmett Cheek, Walt Pupa and 
Jim Cam]), all who had well served the Blue and 
White. 



The END of the Trail 




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Jayvee Football 

Javvee football under the guiding eve of Head 
Coach Crowell Little established an enviable 
record as the team defeated Navy. South Caro- 
lina. State and Duke and had its record blemish- 
ed with a tie against Virginia. 

Standout players for the Jayvees were backs 
Merle Norcross, Jack Brasington, Bob Koontz 
and Dick Bunting. The line standouts were Dick 
Featherholf. Pete Rywak, Roscoe Hansen and 
John Stoioff. 

Many of these men will be high on the list 
when Coach Suavely sends his varsity into action 
next fall. 




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Soccer 



Singer and Van Zamlt 



Soccer under Coach Marvin Allen enjoyed a highly success- 
ful season in its first year as a monogram sport. 

Wins were posted over High Point College, Duke, Virginia, 
Roanoke. The squad dropped games to Duke, Navy and Loy- 
ola. The loss to Navy was no disgrace as the final score after 
an overtime was 2-1. Navy is generally regarded as top col- 
legiate team in the country. 

Al Williams and Gus Johnston were co-captains of the Tar 
Heel aggregate. Williams, Johnston. Dave Boak and Frank 
Nelson were invited to participate in the Olympic tryouts. 



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Cross Country 

Carolina's 1947 cross country season was a 
fine success as the team ran the consecutive 
win streak to 17 straight by downing Georgia 
Tech, Tennessee, Duke, N. C. State and Vir- 
ginia. 

The highlight of the season was Jack Milne's 
triumph in the NCAA event in Lansing. Mich. 
Milne, running in six-inches of snow and freez- 
ing weather outlasted better than 100 runners 
to bring the University its first national title. 

Milne also placed third in the New York 
IC4A event to aid the team in a 12th place 
finish. The same day as the New York event 
the reserve harriers took seventh place in the 
Southern Conference event which saw Mary- 
land completely dominate. 



Jack Milne and Jimmy Mill 




HaUtead Holden 



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Captain Hob Paxl 





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BRSKETBfiLL 



The Carolina basketball team of 1947- 
"48 ran hot and ran cold. The local cagers 
started like the proverbial house afire in 
the early part of the season, winning their 
first 12 games to enter New York's famed 
Madison Square Garden a major unde- 
feated aggregation. 

But in the Gotham playing without 
their newly-molded star Bill Miller, who 

ad been declared ineligible on the eve 
of the trip, the Tar Heels floundered bad- 

\ before the powerful Violets of NYU. in 
one ot the worst defeats in the history ol 
the school. 



Nemo INearnian 



Though they lost also to Temple in their 
northern swing, the charges of Coach Tom 
Scott returned to the victory trail in Philadel- 
phia the next week-end by dumping highly- 
touted Penn, and from there on. enjoyed a 
rather creditable season. 

The Tar Heels dropped both of their sea- 
son's encounters to State College's high-scor- 
ing quint and left the Carolina entry with a 
10-3 Conference mark, which in turn gave the 
Scottmen a comfortable berth in the loop 
tournament in Durham. 

In that event, Carolina polished off stubborn 
VPI in the opening round, only to meet their 
great nemesis. State, in the semi-finals by the 
luck of a draw. The outcome of this game was 
eventually similar to the first two meetings. 



The Smiling Kansan 




The White Phantoms of 1947-4S 




but not until the Tar Heels had given the 
Dickey-less State team the scare of their lives 
through the back-from-the-grave efforts of 
John "Hook" Dillon. 

The tournament defeat left the Tar Heels 
with a 20 and 7 record for the season which 
seemed creditable enough in these days of 
heavy competition at all sides. 

Captain Bob Paxton was the individual high 
scorer for the cagers, tossing in a total of 329 
points besides pacing the team through the 
season with brilliant displays of floor and 
backboard play. 

Runner-up high scoring honors went to cen- 
ters Nemo Nearman and Dillon. Coy Carson, 
Roger Scholbe, Fred Swartzberg, and Miller 
were other standout forwards in addition to 
Paxton. 

At the guard posts, King Cole and Norm 
Kohler handled the majority of the work, with 
Taylor Thorne, and Dan Nyimicz handling 
the relief work. 



Hook" Dillon 



Fred Swartzberg 




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WRESTLiriG 

Handicapped by the early-season loss 
of several standbys, Carolina's 1948 
wrestling team failed to retain its South- 
ern Conference title, but still turned in a 
creditable 4-2 record for the season. 
Though small in number, the squad of 
Coaches Chuck Quinlan and Hobie Mc- 
Keever made up in fight what was lacking 
in number. 

Highlight of the campaign came in the 
closing match, when a pin in the final 
bout by Captain Bill Kemp provided the 
winning margin in a 14-12 victory over 
Duke. Other decisions were gained over 
N. C. State, Davidson, and VMI, while 
losses were inflicted by VPI and the new 
conference champions, Washington and 
Lee. 

Other leading members of the team ; n- 
cluded Oscar Gupton, Tom Urquhart, 
Phil Kemp, Carrol Fisher, Doug Thomp- 
son, and Marvin Wilson. 




Co-Captains, Bill Kemp 

and Irv Zirpel with 

Coach Quinlan. 



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Acclaimed as "The greatest swimming team 
ever assembled in the South," the Blue Dolph- 
ins of 1948 topped all achievements of previ- 
ous years by splashing to 10 consecutive vic- 
tories, then completing their supremacy by 
dominating the Southern Conference cham- 
pionship meet for the sixth year in a row. With 
none of the season's engagements at all close, 
most of the opposition for the charges of Dick 
Jamerson was furnished by the stopwatch, but 
this year's tank edition was more than equal 
to the task and shattered loop marks in seven 
of the nine events. 




Norm Sper 



The 1948 Swimming Team 




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The Big Splash 




Leading the assault on the record books was Dick 
Twining, who turned in three new marks and shared in 
the establishment of still another, in the relay. Other 
record-breakers included Co-Captains Jesse Greenbaum 
and Mike Morrow, Floyd Drew, Bob Ousley, and Jim 
Thomas, a freshman sensation. Ousley's feat of return- 
ing to collegiate competition after a five-year layoff to 
regain his 1941-42 conference crown in the breaststroke 
was one of the highlights of the season. Although not a 
record-smasher, Norm Sper was another standout, de- 
fending his diving title won last year. 

The 10 easy victories included wins over four of the 
South's top swimming teams, Navy, N. C. State, Georgia 
Tech, and Emory. Also on the list of stars for the season 
were Steve Osborne, Bill Pritchard, Jerry Cook, Dan 
Breeden, Mae Erie, John Bippart, Ike Norwood, Ronnie 
Basescu, Allison Pell, and Bob Hutton. Of this group, 
many will be back to bolster next year's team. 



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Breaststroke 



Page 357 



Co-Captains 
Norm McLeod 

and 
Tommv Turner 



'Chunk" Simmons 




'On The Cindei 



The Carolina track team under the tutelege of 
Coach Bob Fetzer and Dale Ranson emulated their 
cross country brethren by going through the season 
undefeated and winning the Conference title. 

The squad opened the season with men partici- 
pating in the Florida Relays and Carolina Relays. 
In the Gator State affair meet records were set by 
Bob Seligman in the shot and discus, Chunk Sim- 
mons in the high hurdles and a University record 
by Jack Moody in the high jump. 

In dual competition Carolina beat Georgia Tech 
at Atlanta, 66 1 /o-64 1 /2; Navy, 66-65; Duke, 83-48; 
and Virginia, 74-52. 



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Other noteworthy squad performances were turn- 
ed in as titles were annexed in the Carolina AAU's, 
second place in a photo-finish 480-yard shuttle hur- 
dle relay at the Penn Relay Carnival. Jack Milne 
also set a University record at the Philadelphia 
Carnival by running 9:20 in the two-mile. 

Chunk Simmons took a second place in the 
National AAU 110-meter high hurdles after win- 
ning the junior title the day before. 

Tommy Turner and Norm McLeod were elected 
co-captains for last year's team. 




Top Point-Getters 




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Meal Ticket DiLorenzo 



BRSEBRLL 



Carolina's 1947 baseball club looked 
impressive in copping the first two en- 
counters on a 26-game slate and appear- 
ed even more so in the final pair of the 
year. But in-between these two extremes, 
the Tar Heels could perform at only a 
.500 clip and thus completed their cam- 
paign with a record of 15 wins and 11 
losses. 

In competition in two circuits, Caro- 
lina finished third in Big Four play with 
a 5-7 mark and turned in an 8-7 card 
against Southern conference opponents 
to end up in sixth place. 

With veteran Coach Bunn Hearn ab- 
sent most of the season while convalesc- 
ing from a long illness, the coaching reins 



1947 Diamond Crew 




fell to Walter Rabb and Henry House. 
They managed to field an outfit that was 
fairly well off in the hitting department, 
but erratic fielding and a shortage of de- 
pendable pitchers did little to brighten 
the picture. 

Even the weatherman smiled with dis- 
favor on the Carolina crew. As a result 
of numerous postponements caused by 
rain, the Tar Heels found themselves en- 
gaged in seven contests in eight straight 
days — the other day was Sunday — dur- 
ing the final weeks of the season. Three 
more games in five days — including 
another Sunday — followed immediately. 
Needless to say, the small mound staff 
failed to weather the flood of games and 
a losing streak that extended through five 
games was enough to erase Carolina from 
contention in both league races. 

But the season did have its bright 
spots, such as the two successive victories 
over N. C. State in the last pair of games 
on the slate. The Big Four record showed 
the Chapel Hill entry with even splits in 
the four-game series with State and Wake 



Jack Hussey 




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CAROLINA 



Jim Hamilton 





•Rip" Ryan 



Forest, but with only one win in four out- 
ings against Duke. Outstanding intersec- 
tional triumphs were also scored over 
Michigan, Michigan State, Cornell, Navy, 
Villanova, and Cincinnati. 

In individual performances, an out- 
fielder and a pitcher paced the Blue and 
White team. Rightfielder Jim Kelly cap- 
tured the Big Four batting title with a 
.500 average in 10 games, and the 
league's top southpaw, Vinnie DiLorenzo, 
led the loop in the strikeout parade with 
50 to his credit. Kelly, with four hits in 
his final seven trips to the plate, establish- 
ed a new high for the Big Four batting 
championship. DiLorenzo racked up 
seven of the club's 15 triumphs and Monk 
Whiteheart, the high-kicking righthanded 
ace, was second with five. 

Co-Captains Harry Beason and John 
Gregory led the list of other standbys. 
that also included the 1948 co-captains, 
Jim Hamilton and Jim Hayworth. Other 
letter-winners were Tommy Andrew, Ray 
Blair, Buck Hardee, Fred Ryan, Frank 
Jones, Bo Hackney, Dallas Branch, Bus- 
ter Stevenson, Kenny Black, Jack Hussey, 
Emmett Cheek, and Tom Clayton. 




Emmet I Cheek 



Dallas Branch 



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Tennis 



With Vic Seixas, currently the nation's 
ninth ranking netter, leading the way, Caro- 
lina's 1947 tennis team turned in the amazing 
record of 21 wins in 22 outings to add to the 
victory parade of Coach John Kenfield. Other 
outstanding players included Clark Taylor, 
Ray Morris, Jack Kenfield, Stan Gruner. 
Charlie Rice, Heath Alexander, and Don 
Skakle. But it was Seixas who was most in the 
news, finishing as runner-up in the conference 
and national collegiate tourneys and perform- 
ing brilliantly on the amateur summer circuit. 



Vic Seixas 




Big Five in Tennis 






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Golfers Dick Doeschler. Bob Cox, Rav Taylpr and Junie Bailey get last minute tips 
from Coach Chuck Erickson. 



GOLF 

Winning the first Southern Con- 
ference championship in the history 
of local golf, Carolina's 1947 links 
team rose to previously unattainable 
heights in winning eight matches 
while losing only to Duke in dual 
competition. 

Such national greats as LSU and 
Michigan fell before the might of 
such swingsters as Dick Doeschler. 
conference medalist, Harvie Ward. 
Junie Bailey. Ray Taylor, Mike No- 
lan, Bob Cox. and Ed Ashby. 

Coach Chuck Erickson sent his 
loop champions to the NCAA 
championships at Ann Arbor, Mich- 
igan, in June, and though the team 
did not make too favorable a show- 
ing, Ward did advance to the quar- 
ter-finals of the individual play be- 
fore being eliminated. 




CHEERLERDERS 

Under the tonsil-torturing tutelege of Cheerlead- 
er Myrt Sherard, the 1947-48 Tar Heel yell squad 
turned in a fine job of building, conditioning and 
maintaining the renowned Carolina spirit. 

The usual pep rallies and torchlight parades 
were displayed with a new look and new twists, 
while Saturday afternoon activity from the stands 
of Kenan Stadium had much to do in the backing 
of a Tar Heel football team which got off to a slow 
start early in the season. 

The high point of the cheery season came on the 
caravan trip to the Carolina-Maryland game in 
Washington which saw a motorcycle-escorted pa- 
rade led by Sherard and company through the 
street of the astounded capital. 

With plans being formulated for mass color card 
display for the coming season. Carolina spirit look- 
ed well on its wav to a post-war revival. 




Acrobatic Antics 



The 1947-48 Cheerleading Squad 





Seated: Joyce Ferguson, Bill Lloyd, Betsy Ann Barbee, Marshall Spears, Miss Frances Burns. Sponsor. 
Mary Goodwin, Nancy Tucker, Carolyn Driver • Standing: Buth Byruni, Bill Henderson, Camillia Bay, 
Margaret Allred, Beverly Jean Smith, Janet Wells, Sybil Mitchell, Scoty Dellinger, Margaret Cole, Helen 
Crockford, Dot Lunsford. 

WOmEITS ATHLETIC RSSOCIflTIOn 




The purpose of the Women's Athletic Association is to 
develop qualities of leadership, to promote interest in wom- 
en's athletics, and to provide opportunities for participation 
in the varied campus sports. All the women students auto- 
matically become members of the association upon entering 
the University. 

The work of the Women's Athletic Association is directed 
by a council composed of sorority and dormitory athletic- 
managers, and is advised by Miss Frances Burns. 

The activities of this year included a swimming party 
given during orientation week, tournaments in all the various 
sports throughout the year, and a high school and college 
play-day which occurred in the spring. 

At the end of each year the association holds its annual 
banquet at which time individual awards are made and the 
"best all around' trophy is presented to the group totaling 
the highest number of points throughout the year. 

The officers this year were: 

President. Marshall Spears: Vice-President. Bill Lloyd: 
Secretary, Betsy Ann Barbee: Treasurer. Janet Crinkle\ : 
Publicity Chairman. Miriam Evans: Point System Chairman. 
Butch Goodwin. 



Softball . . . soccer 
and swimming! 




GIRLS' SPORTS 



Overhand Slam! 



In addition to the organized work of the WAA, there 
is a physical education program for Carolina coeds. 
Junior girls are required to take three quarters of classes 
of their choice, and courses offered follow regular sports 
seasons. Other women students are urged to participate 
voluntarily in the activities of the department. 

Instruction is given in tennis, swimming, hockey, bas- 
ketball, softball. modern dance, and physical fitness: and 
special interest clubs handle specific competitions and 
activities. 

The Splash Club has big times doing formation and 
pattern swimming. The Hockey Club challenges and plays 
various teams across the state. The Tennis Club sponsors 
and manages a tournament in the spring, and the Modern 
Dance Group has been active in presenting recitals and 
programs throughout the year. 

There is a full course for "phys. ed.'" majors, and each 
year the department graduates a class of qualified teach- 
ers. It is the hope of the department to provide oppor- 
tunities for athletics for all women in the University, both 
through broad intramurals and the WAA. and through 
the regular curriculum and special club groups. The 
women's gym is always a busy place. 




"Here, Here, Here!" Shoot! 



Bull's Eye 



Page 367 



Do we need words for this 

awful reality? I mean, how 

I.i.l can we set? 




You say you're soaking up 
education by osmosis? 




" 'The time has come,' 

Once upon a time there was a Carolina 
Character. This Character has no definite sex. 
no definite features, no definite action, being, 
or state of being. 

This Character is really qualified to be so 
named, but unlike most characters, he has 
very little substance. He is the man behind the 
man behind the mystery of what Carolina 
really is. . . . 

F'r instance, look at us at our best! 



That hungry feeling sneaks around again. 




beautiful doll!" — Call the Powers Agency, Bet! 



From dawn Land if you 
think 8:00 isn't the same 
as dawn, you're erazv I to 
dark the madhouse is the 
same. 

Hands across the table 
(library table, that is I 
doughnuts 'n such at the 
Scuttlebutt . . . 10:00 
break ... we entertain 
ourselves. The Character 
at least goes through the 
motion of buying books 
. . . then sells them back 
unused, for half price . . . 
some days you just might 
as well stav in bed 




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And furthermore, I shall continue to fight. . . . 



the walrus said, 

See what the real subjects of life are. 
"From out of the mouths of college babes" 
. . . and the walrus ... or somebody, there 
is always lots to sav about lots of things. 
Our Character might be on the receiving 
end of the rostrum in Memorial Hall, or a 
ringed bridge table in a frat house, or Dr. 
Frank's front porch, but always the same 
. . . yap. yap. yap . . . and tbey say let 
more coeds in! 

But what does the Character answer to 
all this barrage of blasting? His reaction- 
go from wild to wilted . . . and he brags 
about what he calls "ludicrous, 'lastic. 
liberalism". 

Talk about the Y court! . . . and coffee 
between classes. Why. we have Y court 
affairs we haven't even used! Take the 
Sadie Hawkins gyrations, and the un- 
pictured rendezvous . . . when the gals set 
their traps, and the fellers trap their 
squirrels. 




Competition for the loeal cinemas — front line attrac- 
tion starring amateur actors from Raleigh way. 



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Let's put it to a vote — pu-leese — 










E DR. FRAW^ 




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All this for just a camera? 
What comes next? 



'to talk of many things... 

Si i what of these gals? Just check these 
phases of the Character's life. ... if it ain't 
serious conversation on a divan it s 
"Cheers" en masse I always with "the 
boys"). Now don't get any ideas about that 
fire in the lower left next door. There just 
couldn't be any connection between the ice 
cold snow gal and the flames shown else- 
where. But back to the Character . . . let's 
just rack this exciting stuff up as a real, im- 
portant part of the "many things". 



Accelerated summer school 
course — work like mad! 



Page 374 



Doin" what comes natcherlv . . . catin . that is. 




Page 376 



of ships and shoes . . . 

Then there was the day the Character compar- 
ed legs with fellow characters. You guess 
which of the three pairs belong to our little 
friend. But those limbs are good for something 
besides posing . . . long walks, by chance? 

Now we won't bring spring into this, or 
blankets, but our Character stopped and 
watched the ditch diggers, the sway and swing 
- - ing coat of a hepcat. the glamour of a beauty 
court, and the inevitable trek up the library 
steps . . . with books . . . what a day! and 
the Chapel Hill boulders dig into the Char- 
acter's clay-worn feet . . . 

This Character bears description. His face 
is a mixture of earnest determination and 
casual good humor. He wears remnants of 
G. I. days, raincoats, and saddle shoes, with a 
smattering of the new look. He has a cheery 
greeting, complains about the "wicked ways 
of college men, and how they come and go," 
and he regrets the end that must come to these 
frantic days. Proper attitude toward such 
thoughts: "Lock em in a box, tie 'em with a 
ribbon, and throw em in the deep blue sea". 




>f Irue leg: art, a la Carolina gridders. 



\ll this and coeds, too! Didn't Mr. Davis have fun 
pinning on those orchids? 




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Hospitality committe for sing- 
er Gracie Barrie, but why are 
they looking so hard at the 
camera? 



Vaughn Monroe and Sweater girl. But Ho you think he's racing with 
the moon? 



Page 378 




and sealing wax . . . 

But whatever could the Character do with sealing wax? 
Mayhe write a fan letter to some of the celebrities we've 
entertained around here. Take your pick! Vaughn. Tex. 
Gracie. Randy. Lunceford's band. . . . why just anyone 
will do. Throw in some cake, cheese that is. via Beryl 
Davis and such. Add some vows from Marryin' Sam I the 
drawing card for the DTH . . . daily King Features 
Syndicate, alias L'l Abner I . two bathing suits, and ker- 
plunk! The reality again. . . . Registration! 

So 'tis . . . always the kerplunk . . . the Monday after 
Saturday . . . the exams after the sunburn and sandy hair. 
Our Character learns to cram and damn the fate that put 
him on the spot. . . . Yes. our Character has his moments 
. . . among them: confusion. 




Special rale for marrvin* Sam to do the honor* 
— Check Pansv's hat! 




Posing — and no water 
the pool ! 



Having troubles Edie? What's up? 




of cabbages and kings/ " 

So now we take our Character through 
some of the confusion of Carolina and 
things become all jumbled together . . . 
cabbages become king . . . and then the 
psychological effect of a chaotic domicile 
causes the "one" I Character, that is I to 
resort to all sorts of last straws . . . ( latest 
style at the Curve Inn. drink it thru a 
straw) . 

First a dream of purty girls . . . the 
need for a boost, stimulating cup of coffee, 
that is . . . and then the final something. 
Graduation, or the last word. "I do". 

It"s truly a hodgepodge . . . this Chapel 
Hillife. but we love it. yes. we do. From the 
chaos, to the cheers, to the chug-a-lug 




Capsule autobiography — wild week-end ■ 
bookless boudoir — miserable mess! 



Page 380 




games, the bell of Old South, horn-rimmed 
glasses and crossword puzzles that don't 
work, political rallies, and finally Pomp and 
Circumstance mixed in with Hark the 
Sound. . . . All of this is part of the life of 
that unforgettable personage: the Carolina 
Character ! 

We do remember Carolina. We do rem- 
ember the Carolina Character . . . and the 
thousands he represents ... in their odd, 
and even moments! 




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Jack Fitch 
Cideon Gilliam 
Meigs Golden 
Robert Haire 



George Keiiyon 
William Long 
Roy Mcknight 
Rex Paramore 



ttor+a 



Len Szafaryn 
Bill Tate 
Taylor Thome 
Aiiflv Williamson 



Not present in pic- 
tures: Wayne Brenni- 
gen. Rav Jeffries. Slan 
Mari-vzk. Charles 
••Cus" Johnston. 
George Montague, Mar. 
riatle Stewart, Jo. 
Johnson. Bob Kirbv. 



University Dance Committee 



The University Dance Committee is really back in the swing of things on a real 
pre-war basis. According to the new campus constitution the standards of representa 
tion are back up to the old-time high, and it is to this group of men that congratu- 
lations go for a most successful year. The primary function of this committee is to acl 
as host and maintain order at dances sponsored by various campus organizations, 
and in this capacity the University Dance Committee has worked to attain the goal 
of meeting the satisfactory approval of both faculty and students. 

With the completion of a task well-done. Chairman Taylor Thome resigned at 
the end of the Fall Quarter and was succeeded by Charles Johnston, who with the 
cooperation of Dr. E. L. Mackie, Senior Faculty Representative, and Mr. Marvin 
Allen. Junior Faculty Representative, will continue to work toward attaining their 
top goal, "the perfect Carolina dance". 





Dr. Ernest L. Mackie 



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German Club 

OFFICERS OF 1947 

President Robert Ettenger 
Vice-President William Tate 

Secretary Frank Frazer 

Treasurer JESSE JERNIGAN 

OFFICERS FOR 1948 

President William Tate 

Vice-President Howard Dunaway 
Secretary Frank Frazer 

Treasurer Jesse Jernigan 





i I ti 



Robert Ettenger 



Bill Tate 



The Executive Board was composed of Walter Alston. 
Robert Beasley. James Dowdy. Kelly Bowles, Carl Dun- 
ham. Judson Hawk. Robert Kelly, Jack Lupton. Roy Mc- 
Knight. Robert MacMillan. Kenneth Merritt. David 
Whichard, and Thurman Williams. 



Fraternities that are members of the Cerman 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 
Alpha. Sigma Chi. and Kappa Sigma. 




For the German Club. 1948 was a big year. Al- 
though plagued by many difficulties, the club con- 
tinued to present the best dances of the year. At the 
beginning of the second quarter Bob Ettenger re- 
signed and Bill Tate, vice-president, was elected the 
new president for the remainder of 1948. Difficulties 
asain arose in securing a band for the gala Mid- 



Jesse Jernigan 



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I ii ^f II 1 



Walter Abston 
Robert Beasley 
Henry Dowdy 
Howard Dunawav 



* - ■ r - 1 Durham 
JtidMin Hawk 
Robert Kelly 

Roy MoKnight 



Robert MaeMillan 
Kenneth Merritt 
David Whirhard 
Thurinan William* 



.\ot in picture: 
Jaek Lupton 



\\ inter's week-end. Unable to get a big name band for 
the occasion the week-end was canceled. 

The two big week-ends that the German Club sponsored 
were the Finals and Fall Germans of 1947. The Finals 
featured Charlie Spivak and his band, and we played host 
to Randy Brooks for the fun ladened week-end in the fall. 
Both dances were huge successes and the thirteen fraterni- 
ties of the German Club, with their dates, enjoyed the 



extensive events of the week-ends. The Finals week-end 
featured main parties at Hogan"s Lake with plentv of 
baseball games. Main members went to the dances, as was 
witnessed by the large crowds both nights. The highlights 
of the Fall German week-end were the I . N. C. -Tennessee 
game and parties at Terrace View, plus of course, the I wo 
dances and concert. Both dances met the expectations of 
the coeds, imports and "Carolina Gentlemen". 



Page 386 



Fall Germans 

The first of the series of seasonal dances 
given bv the German Club was underway on 
October 31 when Randy Brooks and his or- 
chestra opened the curtain on the first act of 
Fall Germans. The afternoon concert featured 
vocalists Gracie Barrie and Phil Brito, who 
also had prominent roles throughout the per- 
formance. Act Two was transferred to Wool- 
len Gymnasium for dancing that night, and 
the setting remained the same for the finale 
which was a dance to top the week-end. 

Other sponsors who are not pictured were 
Miss Evelyn Smith with Jesse Jernigan. Treas- 
urer: Miss Barbara Fehr with Roy Mcknight: 
Miss Kathryn Fulton with Walter Alston: 
Miss Marion Whatley with Kenneth Merritt: 
Miss Dee Nuchols with Howard Dunawav : 
Miss Nancy Lloyd with Bob MacMillan: Miss 
Louise Dodson with Tom Jordon. 




Mrs. Ann Tate 




Miss Ir.n,- Vi ill 




ns 


Mis. Marjorio Sc 


with 




Willi 






with 


Mr. William Tat. 




Frank Frazr 






Robert Beanie} 


Miss Doroth- Arring 


■in 


Miss Ellon Fill 




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Mis- Jeanne I>> 


>.i!h 




with 






with 


Dave Whichard 




Carl Diirhai 






II, „i. Dowdj 


Miss Jean Ann Rains 


1,-11 


Mi-s lam- Rirha 


<1 


on 


Mis- Smart V.r.l 


with 




will. 






with 


Judson Hawk 




Bob Kelly 






II. inn, an Willi;,, 




Mrs. 1 1, l.-n I ii.-ii- 

with 
Mr. Robert Ettens 



Randy Brooks 




Fina 



With the advent of spring, thoughts turned to Mav Finals. 1947 which were held in the early part 
of May. Charlie Spivak and his band furnished the music for the event and the German Club 
members and their dates provided the fun for the gala week-end. 

Sponsors for the Finals were Miss Mary Montgomery with Carroll Tomlinson. President: Miss 
Mary Frances King with Guy Andrews. Vice-President; Miss Betty Brown with Earl Woodward. 
Secretary: Miss Evelyn Smith with Jesse Jernigan. Treasurer: Mrs. Helen Ettenger with Mr. 
Robert Ettenger. Miss Jean Ann Ramsdell with Judson Hawk. Miss Dee Genther with Barnes 
Boyle. Miss Frances Ruseau with Dick Johnson, Miss Barbara Folger with Ben Cooper. Miss 
Gloria Van Dyke with Bob Lee. Miss Irene Williams with Frank Frazer. Miss Dorothy Parks with 
Carl Durham. Miss Betty Simmons with Louie Nicou. Miss Elizabeth Petesch with Walter 
Alston. Miss Marietta Thompson with Dick Wright. Miss Frances Mann with Bill Tate. Miss 
Phena Darwer with Tonv Capehart. 

The week-end was opened with a concert Friday afternoon by Charlie Spivak and his band, 
which was followed bv dancing that night in Woollen Gymnasium. Saturdav night was the climax 
of the two-night stand which brought the week-end's entertainment to a close. Both Dances were 
open to members of the German Club only. 




Marv Mo 

with 

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Ml! 


.s Barbara Folger 


Mr, 


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with 








with 






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Ben Cooper 


Mr. 


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Yackety Yack 




Page 392 



The Yackety Yack Beauty Parade which was held in Memorial Hall on 
January 9, 1948, was an event of great interest and speculation among the 
various organizations that had entries in the contest. Twenty-six campus or- 
ganizations submitted a total of forty-five beauties to vie for the title of Queen 
of the Yackety Yack. The judges, Mr. William M. Prince, Mr. James Street, 
Mr. James Davis, and Mr. Roy Armstrong, performed an excellent job in 
selecting the Queen and her court of fifteen equally beautiful coeds. A bou- 
quet of orchids was presented to the Queen by Mr. Davis and an orchid cor- 
sage to each member of the court. 



Beauty Parade. ...1948 



Front Row: J. M. Lester, Lillian DeArmon, Mary Louise Powe, Helen Barnes, Betty Brown, Joan Lucas, Rose Field, Tenn 
Mason, Phyllis Ganey • Middle Row: Cattie Holt, Weddy Thorp, Esther Cheek, Barbara Lynn, Peggy Edgerton, Feme 
Hughes, Carolyn Kimzey, Marty Hinkle • Top Row: Doris Newburn, Marjorie Norris, Frankie Johnston, Helen Bouldin, 
Marguerite Johnson. 






Betty Bn&wn 



YACKETY YACK QUEEN 
SPONSORED BY CHI PSI 





SPONSORED BY CHI OMEGA 



Page 395 



Pliyllk gamy 



SPONSORED BY PHI DELTA THETA 





jefme flushes 

SPONSORED BY DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 



Page 397 



SPONSORED BY CHI OMEGA 





SPONSORED BY INDEPENDENT COED ASSOCIATION 



Page 399 



jean JtMk Xesie/i 



SPONSORED BY CHI PHI 





flen/ueifa jhoufi 

SPONSORED BY DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 



Page 401 



jenn Jtc* 



asm 



SPONSORED BY PI KAPPA ALPHA 





HBHN 



t/ffafy Jueuise Pawe 

SPONSORED BY BETA THETA PI 



Page 403 



flelen Barnes 

SPONSORED BY ZETA PSI 





(Jakolifn f(imzey 

SPONSORED BY OLD EAST DORMITORY 



Page 405 



Ssi/ien (jMmn (jneen 



SPONSORED BY TOWN GIRLS' ASSOCIATION 





Ba.fima Xynn 

SPONSORED BY SMITH DORMITORY 



Page 407 



fffan Xucas 

SPONSORED BY CHI PHI 





SPONSORED BY PHI GAMMA DELTA 



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LEON TODD 
President 



I. F. C. Executive Council 




Inter-Fraternity 




I. F. C. Court. 



Page 412 



Carolina Gentlemen will come and go but the spirit that 
makes Carolina Gentlemen will stay on. This spirit is ex- 
emplified in the workings of the Interfraternity Council. 
This guiding force for all fraternities on the campus has 
done a job this year that will stand out in years to come 
as an example of "working together." 

A scholarship fund has been set up for high school 
graduates who would not ordinarily have a chance to 
come to college. This fund is to be administered by the 
University. The I. F. C. has continued to work for better 



student government as in the past. Relations between 
fraternities and faculty have been strengthened through 
the efforts of the I. F. C. 

Composed of two members from each fraternity, the 
President and a junior member, the I. F. C. continued to 
create a high standard of building better students to fit 
in with the rest of student life. Brotherhood, living and 
working together, friendship and high standard of values 
still will be the ultimate of fraternity relationships thanks 
to the workings of the Interfraternity Council. 



Counci 



Third Ron: J. Lefkowitz, L. Sklut, J. Girard, J. Thompson, D. Barbour, 
L. Todd, C. Frazier, R. Anderson • Second Row: J. Blakeman, L. MeCleod, 
A. Kornish. J. Nance. E. Praia, L. Melvin, P. McKinne, F. Vestal • First 
Row: M. Loftis, A. Marks, G. Strong. W. Wilson, J. Shoor. 




The Pan-Hellenic Council under the 
direction of Margaret Jean Taylor, 
has capably guided sororitv activities 
on the campus. With the publishing 
of the Pan-Hellenic Manual, the 
Council established an improved and 
simpler rushing system. In coopera- 
tion with Chi Delta Phi. the Woman's 
Glee Club. CICA. and the Playmak- 
ers. the Pan-Hellenic Council again 
successfully managed Mav Dav. 

Socially, the Council's year center- 
ed around the Faculty Tea held in 
February. The Council added to the 
orientation program by sponsoring a 
fashion show featuring two models 
from each sorority. 




Alpha Gam's al play 



Pan-Hellenic 



Sealed Margaret Jean Taylor, Norma Hotard. Carol? n Driver. Mary Bright Jernigen, Margaret MeWillian 

Margo Martin. Lucv Baxter. Audrey Braneh. Advisor • Standing "Sunnv" Sunstrom, Bill Llovd, Barba 

Poole, Margie Tavlor, Peggy Ellis. Evelyn Pettitt. Jovee Peterson. Sarah Montague, Eleanor Singletary. 





Following their tradition, the Council awarded the 
annual silver loving cup to the sorority with the highest 
scholastic average. Miss Audrey Branch became the 
advisor to the Pan-Hellenic Council filling the position 
of Miss Ruth Duncan. 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of three repre- 
sentatives from each sorority and two representatives 
from the organization of Stray Greeks. Officers were: 
Margaret Jean Taylor ( Alpha Delta Pi I President: Norma 
Hotard I Delta Delta Delta) Vice-President: Carolyn 
Driver (Alpha Gamma Delta I Secretary; Mary Bright 
Jernigan I Pi Beta Phil Treasurer. 



Margaret Jean Taylor, President 



Dounci 



A Pi Phi rush part> 



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Rlpha Delta 
Chapter 




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fir.f «ou: Virgil J. Ashbaugh, Wallace Ashlev. Willia 
D. Branch, Daniel C. Breeden. John Harry Bright. R 
L. Coleman. Wade T. Cooper. Robert Madison Cornick 
win J. Edgerton. Robert Ettenger. James E. Evans • 

P. Gibson, Frank S. I I. 1111. John L. Green. F.ller 

Edward G. Jovner • Fourth Row: Fred M. Kearns 
MaeRae. Cjril Long Mebane, Lapslev B. Mill 
Northrup. William B. Parker. James P. Park. 
Moffat G. Sherard. William F. Spurlin, Amos 
Charles G. Tate. William B. Thompson. Robe 
John R. Wooley, Samuel C. Younghlood. 



Belle. Harrv Allen Billerbeck. John David Bippart. David G. Boak. Dallas 

d J. Brvant. John M. Clampitt • Second Row: Samuel J. Clark, Frank 

>mas H. Davis, Charles S. Doster. John W. Dunham. Brodic T. Duke. Ed- 

ns • 77tird Rou : Lee Rov Furr. Charles K. W. Gammage. Harris A. Gant. Archie 

I II. ,1., W. Griffin. Charles N. Hauler. Charles S. Heinmiller. Thomas M. Jordan, 

[earns, Ralph W. Lee. James M. Lilly. Tyler R. Lisk. Forest B. Lockey, Robert P. 

Robert S. McNeil, James S. McNider. Donald H. Nelson • Fifth Ro,o: James S. 

Robert J. Plumb. William McC. Rawls. Thomas C. Redfern. Phifer P. Rothman. 

. Stack. Henrv E. Stowers • Sixth Row: Peter W. Strader. Walter R. Talley, 

C. Warren. John G. Webb. Cleo Duke Wilder. Henrv K. Williams. William R. Wolf, 



Page 416 






Alpha Tau Omega 



A gala year has been had by all . . . the Texas game, mit beer and pratzels around the 
radio . . . "There was no joy in Mudville . . ." The Monster's trip to Richmond . . . the 
gendarmes in town have a very poor sense of humor . . . The John Marshal Hotel, birthplace 
of the famed Turtle Club, with its challenge and lurid reply . . . Spider and Moore start the 
"Creep of the Week" contest . . . "Check if the following applies: Got Too Drunk: Didn't 
Drink: Barked Like a Dog: Ran Rabbits: Howled at Moon: Slobbered on You: Talked Like 
Mumbles . . . The winner of the "Creep of the Week" contest will enter his Horror in the final, 
to be adjudged for the "Creep of the Crop"' . . . Winner will be awarded a large economy-size 
box of "Drop Dead Pills." And the first weeks contest was won by our own Ralph Lee! ! Con- 
grats, Kid ! 

Rushing . . . "He's young, but . . ." and. "I wuz impressed." Averages drop like flies . . . 
"I paid my seventy-five!" We came through with flying colors . . . Spurlin succeeds Jim 
Lilly, and in line of duty and precedent, foots the Beer-On-Spurlin bill . . . Strader and Gam- 
mage's eternal skits . . . "We must all pitch in and do our part, or we won't have a part to 
pitch in!" . . . Davis pins another one . . ."This time it's real." eh. Tom? 

The Big Barn Party . . . who was the owner of the pair that Reichle found in the hay 
that night? . . . "Mumbles" Furr. upon awakening, groans. "I wish they wouldn't make these 
parties compulsory!" . . . Tallev. Holt, and Cochran in the black Fright Wig . . . the Record- 
Breaking Party . . . initiation fees rather high . . . when queried. "Are you a Record-Breaker?" 
the password is. "You bet your sweet disc I am!" 

Lveryone out for the Homecoming Display . . . we took second place, anyhow . . . "Wild 
Willie Wolf swears. "We wuz robbed!" . . . "Marrvin" Sam" Clampitt. Booe. Nelson. Breed- 
en. and a host of others added to the Sadie Hawkin"s Day festivities . . . Ach. that Duke week- 
end! ! . . . and all of the others, too ... as has been said, a gala year was had by all. 





A tunnel to h — or the Pi Phi house? 



Belle" and the "White Monster'' 



Page 417 




Beta Upsilon 
Chapter 




Page 418 



Rlpha Delta Pi 



Hoy, hov. Rooney, rooney . . . our six new transfers come to make the chapter happy . . . 
"Twink" Hepburn's interior decorating ideas almost gave the house pink floors for rushing 
. . . and didn't we pretty the old place up though . . . the juke box party with the juke box in 
the house for two days while the joint jumped . . . two sets of twins, the third in the ADPi tra- 
dition . . . Margo and Bonnie majoretting . . . with Ruth and Mary. Bill, and Marguerite cheer- 
ing at the games . . . Phi Delt spooks on Halloween . . . fraternity parties and hey, how you? 
. . . blown fuses . . . Sarah Jane, the Moore twins. Lloyd Craddock. Martha Manning and 
Claudia Lee in the "Miss Payoff" contest, with Claudia coming in second . . . the twin's feud 
is over ... Of "corset" is . . . Shirley's serenade by the Sigma Chi's being interrupted by 
three distressed pigs . . . Sarah's long distance romance . . . and argyle socks . . . Dot's wed- 
ding . . . Pierce's Roof Garden after dinner everyday ... the November 12 memorial service 
for dead loves . . . the week Van Johnson came to see us . . . all h broke loose . . every- 
one leaving on week-ends for the games and all points . . . night raids in the kitchen during wee 
hours ... Pi. Bill Henderson's pup. becomes our mascot . . . Marriage, the course the whole 
house is interested in . . . Whit and her "Geeks of the Week" . . . Nita. who never knows when 
to come in . . . our five pin-ups . . . the big week-ends when the closets collapsed . . . Pierce 
and "Chick's" 11:00 lab . . . Bonnie and her 11:00 a. m. love for the library . . . looking for- 
ward to the rest of the year . . . the exciting pledge dance, and the Valkyrie Sing . . . don't 
forget the wonderful times we've had, girls ... Ho Zion ! ! . . . 





Top Rote: Sara Jane Farlow, Carolyn Roper 


. Shclloy Rope 


r, Nanct 


Shields. Edith Knight. 


Vnn Whe, 


lcr. Helen Stephen 


son • Bottom Row: Kalhryn McMillan, Mar 


Anna Dunbar 


Martha 


Manning. Frances Angu 


, Mary L 


oyd Craddock. Rit 


Adams, Mary Lou Williams. Ann Page Ham 


s • Hot Pielu 


ed: Ga 


le Hancock. Doris Beas 


ley. Nam 


lie Robinson. Belt 


Fountain, Myra Welsh. 













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Gamma Epsilon 
Chapter 






Page 420 



Rlpha Gamma Delta 



Life at the little brown house . . . Paint brushes slinging . . . Not one active lacking 
green hair . . . MacArthur establishes beach-head and plans attack . . . Mission accomplished 
with rushees well in hand . . . Major tactic . . . Togas flowing at Greek Party . . . "Narcissus. 
Narcissus, Narcissus, I cry" . . . PINCH HEAD! Lawn Party for pledges . . . Becky scratch- 
ing but looking pretty on Sadie Hawkins Day float . . . Beauty book returned from ATO's 
. . . Blanchard and Snyder walk off with Pharmacy honors . . . Finley voted "all American" 
on basketball team . . . Nancy running White rats . . . Betty. "Girls, it's the fifth of the 
month." . . . Tolly and Ed, new AGD boys . . . Lucille warbling melodiously . . . Audrey, "Don't 
you think you can do with a little less noise?" . . . Versatile Fishel. president of Valkyries. 
Glee Club, etc.. etc. . . . Chee's "TEMPTATION" . . . Darrow swims off with plaque . . . Cathy 
learns to cook? . . . Twerp ruling Alderman with an iron hand . . . Orchids to Joyce for a 
successful Coed Ball . . . "Let's make some coffee" . . . Poole, the "Big Sleep" . . . Ring. The 
tunafish did it . . . Pris and Dusty turn authors . . . Neel and Hagan move to Chem. Lab. . . . 
"Let's cut class" . . . Marcia. "I, know Jack loves me even though he doesn't speak" . . . 
Peace and quiet ... in the attic only . . . Sally and Alice happy over the new stove . . . Mrs. 
Clark being ever loyal . . . "And though we're not all Phi Beta Kappa's" . . . Wanted: Men 
lost during rushing . . . Thanksgiving and goat songs . . . Gardner entertaining weekly . . . 
Highlights of 1947 . . . Banff Springs convention and sister Barbara Jo being crowned "Miss 
America" . . . "It's eleven o'clock, girls." 





Top Row: Pat McNutt. Lynn HI.... 


chard, Mary Jane Failing. Jaekie Goodwin 


• Middli 


Mary M..< ■!..,,. Ruby While Ar 


nold. June Gilbert, Mary Anne Daniel. Pr 


seilla Moo 


Pal Flowers, Ruth McCann, Belly . 


lane Blaloek, Emily Baker, Sally Jackson. 





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Eta 
Chapter 






First Rou: Rhea 
ley • Second 
„a> o Third I 
• Fourth Rou: 
Rou.. Robert Pov 



\,\ 



IB, Norman Black. Charlie Blackburn. Bill BlMhe. Lester It... I. Id, Kelh Bowles. Clark Burritt. Harold Burs- 
J. Hadlev Cash. Robert Cash. John Collett. Bo Crisp. Frank Davis. George Davis. Paul Dulin. Sonny Duna- 
>u- Ed Early, Tom East. A. J. Ellington. Dale E» ans. Cliff Frazier. Bill Crandin. Rav. lings Hargrave, Bud Heaiel 
Nelson Hendrix, Bill Herr. Fred Hill. Bill Holmes. Eric Johnson. Jack King. Louis Maxwell. Bill Moore • Fifth 
11. Lawrence Rankin. Berrv Reid. Jim Spears. Ralph Stockton. Faison Thomson. Ken Vincent. William Williamson. 



Page 427 



Beta Theta Pi 



Remembrance of things past . . . Looking back in retrospect the year seems short but full, 
and in many ways the best we ever had ... It seems only yesterday . . . playing . . . study- 
ing . . . working . . . playing . . . always together . . . Collet's spontaneous Raleigh trip in 
the snaggle-tooth green bug . . . Watt's working long past midnight for the "new look" in the 
dining room, and everyone's pride in his unexpected results . . . Then planning, pinching 
pennies, and hoping for a complete house decoration "A southern's Gentleman's Club "... 
We remember Pink Rankin. Buzz Bush, and Doc. the advance guard, daily watching the Tar 
Heels practice and Doc's interminable moaning . . . Genial Host Dunaway's inevitable but long- 
winded bull sessions late at night: sports, sex; from soup to nuts . . . Mass exoduses to Ter- 
race View for beer and conversation with co-eds: Remember Townsend and Fitzgerald: a 
case of loss of equilibrium . . . The fires at Hogan's and the famed Beta beer parties, an un- 
forgettable part of Beta life . . . The songs, the jokes, the nice warm glow; so well remembered 
always ... In the fall. too. we had buffet suppers for the sorority pledges, and we met all the 
new faces over coffee and idle conversation ... It was cold in the winter and the dark came 
very early, but it was always pleasant by "Old Black Sambo's" roaring log fires . . . Winter 
quarter . . . short and uneventful, hated 'd o'clocks in the dark cold dawn . . . Basketball games 
in a body . . . Remember bow tie night? . . . Blackburn's inability to get out of the sack . . . 
The pledges going through a little bit of hell . . . Marshall Roberts sweating it out . . . Then 
came the warm days, and we remember Powell and J. Hadley Cash leading us to the beaches 
. . . Colonel and the "Fish" leading the way to Hogan's and afternoon parties on the week-ends. 
. . . The end of the quarter and good-bye to a lot of the old boys. Rub. Early. Dunaway. Paul, 
Dulan. Heazel . . . They'll all be missed . . . But the neophytes can carry on in true Beta 
fashion, and there'll be bigger and better years . . . Even as good as this one has been, perhaps 
. . . There will always be the same fun. the same troubles, and it will always be Beta, and none 
of us will ever forget. . . . 




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The Betas rush in. 



Wonder who has the bull by the tail? 



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Chapter 






First Rou: Baxter. Butler. Carter. Covington, DeArmon. Dennett • Second Hole: Duke. Durham. Field. Caithrr. Goodwin, Isen- 
hour • Third Rou: Knight. McWilliams, Moulton. Murphy, Patterson, Ray • Fourth Rou: Simpson. Singletary, Smith. 
Spears. 



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Chi Omega 



Cardinal and straw memories blending through the year '47- '48 . . . the early return, the 
paint brushes, and the gala opening of the Dubonet Room . . . Barbaras sarong and Carter's 
garters . . . angels and devils ushering in twenty-five Heavenly pledges . . . the Chi O's as usual 
on Sadie Hawkins Day go out for their men . . . five o'clock cocktail hour with Luce and Paul 
. . . coaches Goodwin and Durham keeping our team in shape . . . the fine voices of the ATO's 
serenading Joan . . . our dashing DeArmon capturing Miss Pay Off title . . . Jean with a ring on 
her finger and two on the phone . . . the Big Five — Singletarv. Patterson. Gaither. Spears, 
and Simpson — meeting every Wednesday at 4:30 . . . Coop teaching our new assets the ways 
of the X and horseshoe . . . Gullible Gant registering for water skiing 52 . . . Bettv Ann with 
her test tubes, and Eleanor with hers . . . Carolyn nonchalantly burning holes in just any old 
cashmere . . . our "'rah. rah" gal. Phyllis, with energy she ain't even used yet . . . after dinner 
cries of second, third, and fourth for bridge — 0. K.. Marietta . . . Gray keeping up our scho- 
lastic average . . . presenting the cream of the crop . . . with Helen leading the Pledge Dance 
... by the way, we thank you. Harry . . . it's coffee time and singing after eight . . . bills, 
bills, and more Bills, cry Sarah and Marshall — how Young can one get . . . learning the rules 
from Tallahassee . . . Stella taking the northbound train, accompanied by coughing Coop . . . 
Bootsie leading the co-eds on the straight and narrow . . . Coline with her "Love For Sale'" 
. . . Mrs. Capt cleans house — at poker, that is . . . Petite Moulton and Wee Rav . . . the Purl 
Two Club initiating B. A. Covington . . . But. Carter, he's no Phi Bete, he's a DKE . . . Epsilon 
Beta celebrates its Silver Anniversary . . . Murph's low down harmony on "Hush Little Baby" 
. . . Rose's little smile . . . "Ah. girls, 'tis something these friendships to hold." 




7 op Rou: Stella Lassiter. 
Yokely. Barbara Dalton, Jc 
Crimsley. Belly Ann Coop 
Nancy Pendleton • \ot p 



lured: Gay tt illlam,. Peggy Edge 



Middle Ruu-: Kate Myer 
Pat Muirhead. Martha I 
ice Jones, Mary Ann Tabe 




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Firs! Row: William P. Allen. Edward K. Anthony. Maurice C. Ashley. Levis D. Hartley. George E. Bullock. Edward C. Burks. A. 
Baxter Coleman • Second Row: Norman S. Cooledge. Clifford F. Doll. Dale M. Eyarts. John W. Girard, Robert M. Graham. James 
Mel. Green. Theodore L. Huguclct e Third Row: Edwin H. Johnson. William M. Kean. James M. Leigh. R. Charles Loudermilk. 
Thomas J. McKin. Joseph B. MeLeod. D. Baxter Morris • Fourth Row: Harold A. Morris. H. Dyer Moore. John R. Owen. Victor 
Perry. Iyon C. Rolader. Thomas C. Shelton. John W. Sides • Fifth Row: Raymond D. Shiplett. Riehard L. Simpson. Robert F. 
Simpson, Charlie Staneell. Jerry D. Strader. James A. Uzell. Steye C. Ujcll, Thomas M. Wittcmorc. 



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The Chi Phi's back in the redecorated prewar house . . . House Manager Moe cracking 
the whip as we get things in order for the new year . . . that refrigerator we thought would 
never come . . . Girard's twin. Alpha the pup. a welcomed addition to the brotherhood . . . 
the Georgia week-end: who's that in my sack? . . . we lose our shirts to the Texas Chi Phis 
. . . our intramural football huskies meet with mixed success I ? i ... the house party over 
the Tennessee week-end. with Kean making his date slave in the kitchen . . . Ray just dropped 
in to say howdv . . . Misses Frederica Spuhler and Josephine McLeod getting a lot of mysteri- 
ous mail, most of it advertising pink things . . . Kavanaugh wields a wicked paint brush getting 
the homecoming display ready . . . that glorious Washington excursion for the Maryland 
game . . . Moe and Hasbrouck. the perennial Geeks . . . Ike as Little Orphan Fanny in the 
great "radio" skit ... in the evenings, Uncle Hookie doing a rush business in sandwiches and 
coffee at his Hole-in-the-Wall . . . Anthony gives the pledge class a hard time . . . the lodge meet- 
ings: fine Brother Burks again . . . Cliff and his golden trumpet . . . Wayne, the sensational one- 
armed violin virtuoso . . . these and a host of other memories will remind us of a really swell 
Chi Phi year. 





That wasn't the way we heard it! 



Dress up and you can come, too! 



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First Ron li Max Abbott, Dan I'. Ashby, Julian H. Blaluck. George I Bonrguin, Glover I.. Campbell, Thomas II. Clayton, Marshall 
E. Cline, S. Hampton Coleman o Second Rom: William F. Cox, Vincent liil .....,/.,. Carey tt Dobbs. Da>id W. Ferebee, Billings 
S. Fuess, Roy A. Gillikin. George D. Hardee. Leonard G. Herring • Thild Ron : Thomas M. Hood. Thomas G. Hurysz. Harvey W. 
Johnson. Horace B. Kelly. James M. Kelly. Harold W. II.., .1 Branson W. Mills. Paul Nelson • Fourtfl Romj John DeZ. Nicolia, 
Joe B. Proetor. Bill J. Robinson. E. Victor Seixas. Dennis \V. Smith. Duncan R. StClair. Jerry F. Tools. Howard L. Valentine 
• I ,lil, «..,. M. Luther Whitley. James E. Wilson. Mose W. Woodard. Carl P. Worley, John C. I ,,,.,,. 



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Chi Psi 



Alpha Sigma regretfully checks off another year: not because this has been one of the best 
seasons the Lodge has ever seen, but because many of the brothers who helped bring Chi Psi 
to the top will not be around to join into the activities next vear. To these men who just gradu- 
ated. Chi Psi brothers join in to express their deepest appreciation and thanks. 

We've got plentv to look back on and chuckle about: Fall football games and runs to Dur- 
ham. Winter basketball games and runs to Durham. Spring baseball games and runs to Dur- 
ham . . . Our All-Star touch football team, masterminded by Coach Hood, and sparked by 
"Arm' Clavton. "Gracious" Seixas. "Profile Di Lorenzo. "Duck Hardee. "Voice " Proctor. 
"Touchdown" Kelly . . . Wilson, the "Geek-of- the- Week" . . . I nip-dee-dee-dee-baby. . . . 

"Mv name is Carev Dobbs" . . . Hooder and his "I'm a member of the Sound and the 
Fury" . . . Honorary members of the Hot-Rod Club: Nick. Harvey. Dennis, and Frank . . . 
Fuess's Lynchburg express via Richmond . . . Proud papa Bourquin and his free cigars . . . 
That old refrain: "The wing will go up in two weeks" . . . Battling "Diamond Jim" Herring 
still single through his own efforts . . . "Hey, Roy. Raleigh's calling . . . Duncan and Mose 
skillfully throwing Dr. Cyclops through the transom. . . . 

Mass exodus to serenade Mclver . . . Max's Saturday Evening Post ... A tree hits Julian 
Wake Forest week-end . . . And we got 18 fine pledges . . . Llovd s purple-and-gold palm trees 
. . . Ferebee's chaos articles . . . Three cheers for Big Nick, a great No. 1, whose toil for Chi 
Psi reaped a fine harvest. 





Montgomery blows it out 



Where's the beer? 



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First Row. Adam,. Bra! 
R,„. MacMillian, Mere 
Williams. 



, Corbc-lt. Craig. Crinklcv. Holt • Second Row: Horner. Molar,]. Hughes. Hvllon. Lane, l-.gg.lt • Third 
r. Miller, Norris. Petlilt. It.,,,,. ,1.11 • Fourth Row: Rhvne. Sloutenberg. Sunstrom. TiUon. « alkrr. 



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Delta Delta Delta 



"Here comes the bride!" . . . wedding bells for Dot. Betty. Alice. Judy. Nancy. Marty, 
Connie. Elsie Jane. Makepeace, and Cathy ... all the wonderful pin-ups . . . Jean Ann. Jo. 
Mike. Irene. Mildred. Bunny, and Phyllis . . . Last year's highlights . . . Sigma Chi Derby 
. . . Jo. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi: Pet. "Miss Calendar Girls": and the Derby cup all our own 
. . . Mav Day . . . Betty. May Queen: Gladney. Ann. and Barbara her attendants . . . Bush week 
happiness with thirty one wonderful pledges . . . "Miss Payoff" saw six of our girls as candi- 
dates . . . Cattie. Barbara. Babs. Tenn. Joan. Feme ... A new Delta Shelter ... A juke box 
playing off beat . . . Barbara singing "Beal Gone Guy" . . . Bum always watching . . . Jud 
waiting . . . Jean Ami and Pet cheering . . . Ben going to meetings . . . Norma going to 
Danzigers for coffee . . . Pat worrying . . . Kitty just being sweet and loyely . . . Cattie plan- 
ning parties . . . Crink with Pete . . . Jean pleading for dues . . . Joyce always smiling . . . Mary 
Locke and the two Nancy's rushing oyer from Spencer . . . Carmichaers gossip after lunch . . . 
Alberta meeting Henry . . . Faith practicing for Sound and Fury . . . Craig getting three 
letters a day . . . Margie, cute as ever . . . Ibish running to Annapolis every week-end . . . Lengthy 
telephone conversations after eleven . . . Castelow present for all big week-ends . . . week-ends 
in Washington and Williamsburg . . . everyone knitting argyles . . . Homecoming decorating 
(Joke! I . . . Mrs. Williams more wonderful than ever . . . and laurels to our wonderful 
president. Sonny . . . Highlights of this year . . . Our pledge dance at Carolina Inn . . . thirty 
one pledges making their debut . . . Candy on front of the Mag . . . Ben. Secretary of the 
Senior Class . . . Dannv. Secretary of the Junior Class . . . Irene and Jean Ann (poison oak 
and all I in the German Club figure . . . More fun . . . Don't trv the others. Tri Delt. . . . 




fin- 





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Top Rou>: Effic Senn Mason. Betsy Emory. Dutch Jones. Bcttv McDonald. Grace Winslow, Mary Ross Shcrrin. Hilda Sharko . 
Mary Ilillard. Joan Lneas, Peppy Lucas. Ann Clark, Cynthia Cannon • Middle R.n. Dolly Ann Dunaway, Emily Ogburn. 
Pat Ellis. Marjorie Plcss, Martha Rainsford, Elinor Wolti, Lib Kiser, LU Hotard, Frances Bickett, Candy Jonas • Bottom 
Rote: Babs Kerr, Marilyn Blackwell, Babs DeWitt, Danny Payne, Lynn Hammock, Joddy Rhvne, B. A. Pope, Dudley 
Hill. Heath Hartzell. 



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First Rou: Bran.lt Allen. Nathaniel L. Armstead. Jack Barnes, John Blades, William Blades. S. Tinslcy Campbell. Stuart Camp- 
bell. H. Martin Carmiehael. Charles Crowell. Charles Davenport a Second Rou-: William Dodson. Thomas Elliott. James El- 
wood, Robert Francis, Uiehard Fountain. Lemuel Gibbons, William II. .1.1,.. Rov Holsten. Lawrence Hooper. William Jabine • Third 
Rou: Burton Jones, Augustus Graham. William Kemp. Simon Lawrence, William Lee. Thomas Lindlev. Muir Lyon, Stable Linn, Leo 
McCurnin, James MeMullan • Fourth Rou: John Meade. Paul Mengel, Howard Merry. Joseph Miller. Paul Montague. Charles Nor- 
ton, Allison Pell, Eugene ReQua. Royal Shannonhouse. William Smith • Fifth Rou: William Thorp. Howard Walters. Benbur> 
Wood, Thurman Williams. Robert Wiley, Augustus ZollieofTer. 



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Dropped: one shiny sheepskin to Texas Dekes . . . Gained: fourteen ardent new faces to 
the Hall of Beta . . . "Mumbles" amazes all with new talent . . . "Dealer" and his gray-haired 
cohorts have only week-night dates, knitting on the week-ends . . . Friday and Saturday spoils 
left wide open for younger generation of "Third Floor Cats" . . . Nonsense blossoms into the 
"Gentleman Dapper" . . . duties of "Brother Racketeer" assumed by Leo . . . Tri-Delts in- 
vite Dekes to roast wieners . . . Meade is "returned" from Duke massacre C. 0. D. . . . alumni 
use the house as official H. Q. at home games . . . house stripped prior to Southern invasion 
by Cavalier brothers . . . pledge banquet enjoyed thoroughly by Roy . . . Jabine finds less 
and less time for study after dark . . . chapter provided with inside dope on Tar Heel eleven 
by "Manager Tom" . . . Frazier hears about the good time he had in Washington . . . Deke 
standard for German Club representatives maintained by Thurman . . . "Little Dealer" enjoys 
D. C. downpour from open convertible . . . raid chases Blackjack game to second floor sanctu- 
ary . . . Griffin's philosophy undergoes radical change ... as it must to all men, it came to "The 
Mighty Mole" . . . Mengal journies to Durham sans golf sticks . . . Crest of U. P. comeback 
straddled by Marty . . . "Illy" rivals Jack Horner for popularity . . . Tag team piloted to 
second-place tie by injured Allen . . . "Humpty" enjoys first date . . . Thorps' Chewy be- 
comes dependable shuttle in Curve-Inn . . . Coxe caught napping by the Constabulary in Dur- 
ham . . . Malt Degree conferred upon Barnes . . . Brothers set watches as "Reke" departs 
for Peabody . . . Merry. Bates. Wiley find unbottled sunshine at Gainesville . . . well, at least 
we kept the curve down. 




Dekes will be Dekes. 



. . And some went swimming in March. 



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First Rote: Herbert L. Bodman. Da> id D. Durvea. E. Perm Fiero. Theodore J. Fussell. John S. Gittin e s • Second Rou : Richard 
E. Gordon, A. Myles Haynes. Robert A. Hedriek. Robert T. MaeMillan. Craig A. Maston • Third Roir: John Minnick Plant*. III. 
William C. Pritehard. Alain R. Singer. 



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1947-48. a year of changes in the Hall . . . Amoss and Wainwright have additions with 
Fillings and Durveas expecting . . . Bodman married with the help of Uncle Tony . . . New 
face on the living room . . . Can't be beat . . . S tailing's artistry adorning the back room . . . 
Wish he were still here . . . Nicoud gone . . .Will the parties be the same? . . . The ball game 
with Spivak's bovs . . . Uncle Tom triumphant and wet — inside . . . Scrappy Singer, the wiry 
Frenchman, star of th; soccer team . . . ""Hank" Pfautz backing him up . . . Sammy Magill 
circling the track . . . What makes Sammy run? . . . Ted. ' : the Old Salt"", after a summer cruise 
. . . Dick and his love life sandwiched between the Yack and Naval Science . . . Bingy and his 
puns . . . Mac and his horses . . . Will there never be an end? . . . The pre-Tennessee game 
partv at Hogan's . . . Did anyone make the game? . . . You can find Myles. the lover of Lake 
Lure, in the bath . . . Craig with his thoughts in the airways . . . Get him a blimp . . . His turn 
to padlock the pennies . . . Bill Pritchard. pens on the Tar Heels . . . Craig and George build- 
ing walls and knocking holes in the Annex . . . Gittings chugalugging whiskey and water . . . 
Trying to make his hair grow . . . Frequent returns of "Johnsons Wax" Beele with a bevy of 
gals and something else . . . Al's Tony, successor to Folly . . . Vicious Vic and his beard . . . 
Couldn't face Chapel Hill with it . . . Shaw, soccer and scooter . . . Known as Romeo . . . 
Frugal Fiero and food . . . Eulas. the old retainer, getting domestic and planning a new house 
. . . Ed Emack and Orrin Magill planning nuptials . . . Someone ought to warn them. . . . 
That's our year. 





This tough college life. 



No import quota, no beer quota. 



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Chapter 








First Rou-: Jim Amos, Jim Applewhite. Oliver Anthony. Tom Belk. Cliff Booth. Bill Childers. Clvde Collins • Serond Rote: Dick 
Culberson. Pete Dobbins. Bob Dulin. Holt Farlev. Ed Faulkner. Fred Garvey, Ernie Hicks • Third Rou: John Hinnant. Milton 
Hinnant. Joe Knowlcs. Ceor B e Lvne. Bill Mason, George McKce. John McPhaul • Fourln Rou- W. B. O'Neal, Boh Pait. Earl Pitt- 
man. Claude Robertson. Dan- Robinson. Clvde Rollins. Jesse Speneer • Fifth Ruu . Pete Stafford. Hoke Stcclman. Tav lor Thome. 
Jim Vogler, Diek Wax. 



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Delta Sigma Pi 



The past year in retrospect appears as one of frenzied activity ... in every phase. Pro- 
fessional trips to industrial plants "to see how they really do it — if it resemhles classroom 
theory" . . . talks and discussions with the "brass"' in Bingham . . . visits from the old grads 
who made good on the "outside"' . . . the rat-race, that is. rushing . . . "put the pressure on 
that guy ... do you think he'll come in? ... remember we're losing 23 men this year . . . 
two pledge classes will do it . . ." The football season . . . that almost wasn't . . . but then was . . . 
The open houses after every game ... all the old faces back every week-end . . . the sharp 
looking imports . . . those initiation dances . . . and then there were the serenades to the 
brothers' pin up girls . . . got to be quite a habit . . . how may pins did we lose? — six? — or was 
it eight? . . . and now the present . . . for some of us. it's time to say "Thanks for a wonderful 
year" . . . for others it's just another step . . . for all of us it's been great fun . . . which leaves 
us the future . . . who knows? . . . we're on our own now . . . but we'll be back . . . keep up 
the good work. Delta Sig, . . . it's been a year to remember. 





Do you know 



Everybody get the spirit! 



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Fir.l Boir Oliver S Anthony. Sam T. Atkinson. Jack Bagg, Paul Baynard. Tom B.Ik. Bruce Berkley. Joe Blytl.e. Kenneth Bland, 
David Broadv. J. L. Bulla. Lee B. Copple • Second Ron ■: John Campbell. Richard S. Covington. Henry Dowdy. Richard A. Dunlca. 
John Fishol. Paul Fuller, Sid Gardner, James B. Cascoigne. Charlie Gibson. George C. Criizard. John C. Haltivanger • Thin! 
Ron- Jimmy Harvey. C. H. Hertv, III, J. Wiley Hodges. S. Hunter Howard. Charlie Hulaff. Da. id Hutlon. Berkley Ingram. Jack Jack- 
son Arthur Jones. Robin S. Kirbv. A. J. Koonce • Fourth Rote: Karl Kurbjun. Dusty Leonard. Da. id M. Lindsay. Bob Lindsay. 
Nicholas Long. Jerrv Marsh, Charles E. Masscv. Thomas M. Mayfield. Oscar Jeter Mooneyham, Dover Moore. John T. Moore • Fifth 
Ron- Gilbert T. McLeod, Kemp Nixon, Harrv Northrop. Bob Page. Ralph A. Phillips. Robert M. Phillips, Welborn C. Phillips. 
Dan Rea.es. Leigh Rodenbough. Jack T. Sampson. Joe Satterthwaite • Sixth Ron : Robert L. Sing. Grady Shuford. H. Mason Smith, 
Miles J. Smith. Kennon Smith. Randolph Smith. William B. Spaugh. Stephen Stefanou. David B. Stevens. John Stump. William M. 
Tale • Seventh Ron: William Taylor. Thomas Irquhart. Dick Wav. Richard Wright. T. H. Yancy. Vance Anderson. 



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Kappa Alpha 



The crimson rose of Kappa Alpha's southern gentlemen burst into full bloom that very 
first day when the "grand old gang" returned to its home at 110 West Cameron and began 
what turned out to be the most eventful and fun-packed year ever. 

The events have passed, but memories remain, of good times, good spirits, high ideals, 
and a hundred unforgettable KA brothers. 

. . . For how could we forget . . . "Smiley" Ingram and his classic remarks . . . Bland and 
his poop sheet . . . Hunter and the etchings in his boudoir . . . Mason and Katherine. getting 
along fine, as usual . . . "Hookus" and Sammy T. starring in that 2 a. m. football game with 
those fellows across the way . . . "Yogi" and his strip-tease . . . Bready and "who th'hell 
tracked that mud in here" . . . Kurbjon falling in love . . . "Weasel" finally gaining a pound. 
. . . "Push 'em down! Push 'em downf Waaaaaay down!" . . . "Canvas Back" meeting Bob 
Phillips . . . Ricks changing majors still another time . . . "Soldier" getting a name straight 
. . . and Massey doing such a grand job with his social committee. 

And then there were . . . Those week-end blackouts in the social room . . . All those "ace 
lads" during rush week . . . Afternoon labs at the Curve Inn. checking the curves . . . And 
many other memories about many good times at Carolina — at the KA house . . . Again we 
leave, but our hearts forever stav . . . And they bound themselves together and they called it 
old KA. 







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Chug-a-lug! 





l"s friendship. 



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Carter, F. Fred Cheek. Frank Benton Cooper. Edward Cordon 
Eugene Des Portes. William Dunean. K. Parks Easter. Albert 
James Garrison • Third Row: Leonard Gilliam. Hugh Griffin. 
W illiam Hight. Dwight Hinkle. Rothseliild Holden. Lewis Holdin 
Eugene H. Johnstone. W alter Jones. Robert Kelly. William Kyle 
Fred Martin • Fifth Roiv : Riehard Mavberry, James Morgan. 
William (lis. n. Stephen Parrott. James Pasehall. Edwin Pate, Ja 
George Sills, James R. Smith. Jaek L. Snipes, James Spillers, Frs 
• Seventh Row: Gary Taylor. Frederick Toeker. Arthur I'tley 

.id,.. Philip w ithers. j. F. Woodhouse. 



. Boone. Riehard Borden. Edwin Brenegar. Walter Brinkley. Leonard 

• Serond Roic: John Cordon. Philip Coueh. English Des Champs. 

Ehelein. Robert Ensslin. Baxter Lee Frentress. Thomas Folger. 

. Jaek Hamilton. Robert Harris. Donald Harrison. Gordon Heath. 
Fleming Jeffries • Fourth Row: Hugh Jenkins. Charles Johnson. 
Ahis Lewallen. William Little. William Lynch, Philip MeKinne. 
Albert Morris. Robert Newell, John Norwood. Leonard Oettinger. 
es Patlon • Sixth Row: Ely Perry. Conway Rose. George Sibold, 
klin Stalling.. Lee Roy Stanley. W illiam Steele. Daniel Steigman 
Charles Vernon, William White. F. A. Whiteside, Henry White- 



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The chapter started another great year with a promising outlook for the future. The 
football season brought together many old grads and new members. A great interest is being 
taken by the new pledge class in the workings of the fraternity. Many week-end parties have 
been held and everyone seemingly had a fine time — a mighty fine time! We copped the cup for 
the homecoming display last fall as a result of some tireless work by some of the boys. 

The boys in the end room are at rest with Heavy gone . . . Bruno finally has Brer Bear 
in line again . . . P. G. Hinkle and L. L. Easter are at their same old game . . . Sodie finally 
found and lost a short squaw . . . Pedro trying to join the U. S. Polo team . . . "The Dad" keep- 
ing all his "youngsters" in line . . . Ed B. working on a new marriage textbook and lab material. 
Dum Dum. champ of the strong arm set . . . Fireball trying to grow a juniper tree in the 
back yard . . . Junie J. finally "on the beam" in his love life . . . Whit changed to an account- 
ing major . . . Fred T. feeding slum gullion to the troops . . . Dapper, peoples choice for 
second-story man . . . J. G. got another meeting tonight . . . Connie booking a bout with B. G. 
Mullet. "These labs and quizzes take all my time" . . . G. 0., "Now I wouldn't say that." 
. . . Ben C, the great profile . . . Gooch camping over at the ADPi house . . . Jim S.. the one 
man hash slinger in the lower chow hall . . . Willie W. trying to find B. T. in Mexico . . . 
Ed C., "I didn't need that course anyway." . . . Lightning, "Now this boy is a great prospect; 
I know him well" . . . Pimparino, "These nightmares are killing me" . . . Chubby, "What a 
gal that was in Washington" . . . Foljay serving as VPSB between trips to Baleigh . . . The 
Smithfield boys, "Well, were only rushing one boy now" . . . Gene J. master PJ mixer and 
\ack slave driver for the third term . . . George K., another one who was trapped by the not-so- 
much- weaker sex . . . Fat. "Let's get this straight now" . . . Baby Wray. "I don't think we 
should do it." . . . Lulu, charter member of the DDD Club . . . William H., "Now at Papa's 
slaughter house . . ." Walt B.. "They can't prosecute for this." . . . Leonard 0.. "My last girl 
told it to me this way . . ." C. S. found his way back for N. Y. C. 

Of Wright being Co-Captain, Dr. Woodhouse. our patron saint, our loving-cup. our new 
playroom, and our Black and White Ball, we are proud. 




It's not lo college that we come for Knowledge. 



'once reports his night's adventure. 



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Chapter 





r..,> Rou: Rirhard F. Anderson. Eugene N. Blake, J„l,n V. Booracm. Rufus E. Hum. . Curtis S. Clauson. Albert J. Diab. Jo 
Ebbs • Second Rote: William B. Fiiilavso... Frank E. Cossett. Robert S. Green. Horace G. Hankins. James P. IP.. .,.,. Carl M. 
man. Jr.. John H. Kinsev • Third Row. Charles \V. Knight Joe L. Knight. Kenneth C. Linebaek. William U. Millawav, Rola 
Minti. Joseph R. Moon. Donald R. Moore • Fourfn Row,: David S. McAdams. Daniel \\ . MeClain. John S. MeDuffie. Char 
McLeese. Frederick L. Page. William A. Prinre. Robert S. Streetman • Fifth Row: Albert C. Stuart, Norman K. Self, Day 
Smith. V Warren Wilson. 



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Whut? ... It is to a house . . . paint, pa 
fill the cracks'' Lineback . . . Doc leads the ch 
Wash-Wash" . . . Georgia week-end, Bethesda 
and the gal behind the throne . . . Geek Prince, 
fellas . . . Bridge-bustin" Self, the snow king . 
... so long. Doc. 'twas swell . . . Just checkin", 
a tub . . . the Baron wants a dogsled . . . one 
Cave . . . Wilson . . . Page and the Colonel . 
. . . Tyndall's purple birthday, credit Pearl and 
New York or Bust . . . Kenny rides the HORSE 
Hogan s Carolyn drives again . . . Moon; 
Breezies blanketin* . . . Carl and straw hat . 
"Just dropped in t'say HOWDY" Ebbs . . . The 
loon-man Prince . . . any Price and the new look 
a-lookin" Shofety . . . the co-op gal and breakf 
Cheers and beers . . . Plumber Clauson and tu 
. . . spyglasses, squirrels, and Streetman . . . 
some heat Hogan . . . who said party . . . whut? 



rat, paint . . . Kemtone and Trommer's ... "I 
orus. Alpha Gams applaud? . . . "Foots and 
Express begins . . . Quad commander Hankins 
the Florida guardian, and the same old ship. 
. Who pitched a Duffle . . . Smellabrew Smith 
Al . . . Dear Ruth and Naomi . . . three men in 
punch Pete . . . Gossett's perturbed . . . Dave s 
. . whose leg. Moon's? . . . hit the pad. Street 
Bob . . . Finlavson's Daisy Mae . . . Dickie, 
Green and Guthrie; tux and jeans . . . 
"But Roonev's ray buddy!" . . . Butner and 
. . There s a motion on the floor Booraem . . . 
Geeks . . . week-end at the DT House . . . Bal- 
. . . Monadnock Keeter, it's a butte . . . Diab's 
ast for ten . . . Moon meets the curfew . . . 
rtles . . . Four no-trump Knight ... Hi Gene! 
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First Row: Charles Aflli.k. Robert Ball, Charles Bennett, Sidney Booth. Paul Broyhill, William Butler, John Byers, Robert Carlson. 
William Caubl.- • Second Row: Sim Croeker. Jerrv Darden, Charles Earp. William Edwards, Everett Elliot. David Finch. Meigs 
Golden. William Green. William Haskell • Third Rou ■: Marvin Horton. Harry Howren, Judson Hawk. Wade Esaaes. James Jack- 
son. George Johnson. Eugene Kendall. Robert Killeffer. Robert Koonts • Fourth Rou: James Little. Milton Miller. William Monk. 
Harold Morrow. Benson McCutcheon. Charles MeGin.se> . William Mclver, Edward Owens. William Porter • Fifth Rou: George 
Robertson. Moss Sallev. Charles Seward. Raymond Sheelev. Adrian Smith. V. hilsel S„,itb. Thomas A. Stokes. James Thrash. South 
Trimble • Sixth Rou: Eugene Turner. Elw ood Van Voores. Thomas Vestel. Charles Voighl. James Was.lrnn. Roteher Walking, 
Thomas Weatherly. Thomas White. Basil Wood. 



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Phi Delta Theta 



Among other things 1947-1948 brings: a new housemother, the last of the returnees from 
the War. the prodigals, house improvements and another rush week, or was it a month? Stubbs 
at the helm as rush chairman . . . The Gaja Phis descend on us for a reply of the Sugar Bowl. 
. . . Football and sleepless week-ends . . . Leedy, Gallion. and the Wedge "rush" south to Florida. 
. . . Brother Tandy is tabbed "Old Reliable" on the flank . . . Voight heads University Club. 
. . . "Medals" Morrow is weighted down . . . Broyhill. McCutcheon. MacDonald. and Demp- 
sey serenade at WC . . . Everybody's strewing pins around . . . Moose's lawn display would 
be winner, but the darn thing wont work! . . . Off to Washington and the Maryland game . . . 
Meet me in Room 513 at the Raleigh . . . The Dook week-end bringing many alumni and beau- 
coup partying . . . Turner's long distance romance . . . Duke. Henderson. Porter and Elam 
tying the knot ... A gala pledge banquet . . . Earp, Monk, and Broyhill take their turns at 
interior decorating . . . Miller's Richmond week-ends . . . Lane follows Broyhill to Phi Bete 
ranks . . . Music while we dine . . . ADPis become our Halloween dates with a masquerade 
(?) ... Moss crossed between Salem and Saint Mary's . . . Hawk chauffeurs a Buick touring. 
. . . Spring is upon us and diplomas rain down on NC Beta . . . Now we leave, but fond mem- 
ories of '48 will forever stay. . . . 






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lop Row: Dowitt Austin. Henry Badgctt. Dcvan Barbour. Dean Bell. Meredith S. Buel, Milton Cash. Hal Chaplin, Diek Cheatham. 
Jack Cobb. Bill Cobb. Ray Conner O Seronrf Rote: Bill Creech. Bill Crump. Jack DeVore. Everette Edwards. Bill Edwards. Jack 
Farmer. Thill Faurote, Diek Fleming. John Frazirr. Dick Gibson. Dixie Greene • Tnirrf Rou : A. W. Griffin. Carl Hackney, Bill 
Hacknev. Dick Hammer. Bob Hcdrick. Robin Hicks. Tookie Hodgson, « alter Holt. Bob Hutton. Clay Irby. Harold Jeter • Fourth 
Row: Charles Lamberth. Harrv Lamm. Jim Lanier. Ariiistcad L.^e. Dixon McLean. Bill Martin. Carl Mathis. Bill Mayo, John Mayo, 
Jack Milne. Tunc Nunnelee • Fi/lh Roto; John llrr. Daic Ormond, Marion Parker. Hugh Perry. I.caim.n Rogers. Cam Sanders. 
Jeff Scwell. J. W. Sexton. Bob Smith. Will C. Smith. Tom Stratford • Sixth Ron : Jack Swanner, Bill Talc. Mcrwin Vanlleckc. Harry 
Walker. Archie Webb. John Webb, Bill Wester. David Whichard. Jack Whichard. Lent Whittsctt. Ted Voung. 



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Phi Gamma Delta 



White stars and purple pilgrims, rich tastes and poor brothers, big plans and little means 
. . . we should forget, but we never will . . . 

"Potentate Plups" at his best and worst . . . meet me down at the Count's house . . . 
Tonto's birthday party ■ ■ ■ "Baby" and the "monster" . . . Woodbury's kiss-offs by the 
dozen . . . still that "old Black Magic"" . . . Edward's poop sheets and the thrill of making 
the history . . . Fashionable to be seen at the Curve Inn. "Evo" et al . . . Football games and 
post-game parties . . . "crap book" items a-plenty . . . Wardle's woman woes and Creech's 
open house . . . Mrs. Todd's husband, Leon ; and Tula's bov friend. Barbour . . . the "beast" 
posing as Van and Bussy posing as Alan . . . oh. well, dreams! . . . Lambeth and flock . . . 
stones, on fingers or in heads? . . . Bencini and Bell . . . Broughton on sax. and Nunnelee on 
horn . . . roll 'em bones . . . "Mule and Leamon . . . gin and pinochle . . . skill points . . . 
Fowle's fame and Green's vocabulary! . . . What's a home without a mother? . . . Thanks. 
Mrs. Avent . . . The Duke week-end and all the trimmings . . . trips to Williamsburg. Florida 
and Washington . . . Returning Alumni. Stinky's new routines and faces . . . "Lover" Tietjen 
and "the best ain't good enough for me" . . . Pinch-heads and Princes . . . Walker and Mar- 
tin . . . take your pick . . . Phi's party fixin' and Paul's biscuits . . . Section meetings and 
Pig Dinners . . . New wives, Ann. Rachel. Marilyn, and Barbara . . . some pin-ups too! . . . 
Holt and Co. . . . thirty-nine grads . . . Exams! — what, again? . . . Put them all together they 
spell — FIJIS, a word that means the world to us. 





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Firs! Ron ■: Thomas A. Alspaugh. James Auslin. Kiehard S. Atkinson. Jop H. Cluwson. Charles E. Dubbin. Richard Duiinan. A. Ilav- 
nes Dulllap. Frank S. En s lish. Joe Foster • .Seronrf Ron: Joseph D. Franks. Garfield W. Guicr, S. MeC. Hasaman. Donald B. 
Harris. Oma H. Hester. W. H. J. Hippie. III. .1. Samuel Hooker. Homer Holton. Charles S. Roman • Third Role: V. Morris 
Kudsen. Charles S. Larrimore. David E. Miles. George \V. Mumford. Samuel R. McCaulev. George U. Mi-Lend. John W. Neil, Wil- 
ford P. Penny, Farrell F. Potts • Fourln Ron: Joseph C. Powell. Arthur N. Pappas. Harvev C. Renn. John Parks lingers. Wells 
B. Ross, Elbert S. Rntledge, Henry P. Savas. Wade T. Surrat. Hush E. Sawyer • Fifth Ron: Allen P. Sherman. William A. Sholar. 
E. E. Stevenson. H. Mariotte Stewart, Herbert A. Vogler, Lewis H. Warren. Donald M. Ward. Preston White. 



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Phi Kappa Sigma 



A spring house party and all the Phi Kaps fell out for the McCorkel Ball . . . The monsoon 
hit us as we started for the woods . . . All Phi Kaps know what rain is: it's what goes with 
us on all of our parties . . . Weher's stories of Australia and of his home in a kangaroo's 
pouch . . . Then a Sunday beer party in our secluded garden . . . The safari to Laurel Hill. 
. . . Penny's love affair with a porpoise at Carolina Beach . . . We'd like to see the "tomato 
that the Judge flew to the beach to see — among other things . . . Egeln did it again: sound 
asleep in the middle of a clinch: we wonder if he is indifferent or just tired . . . The firm of 
Soloman and Siegel. Attorneys at Law. is now opening. The crime rate has decreased: they 
do this by removing the temptation . . . The medicos told Nelson that he had the flu but 
Nelson argued them out of it. Stretch got out of the infirmary and they are all feeling better 
now . . . Phi Kappa Sigma s unique innovation: Little Sister . . . Donnan, Crocker, Stevenson: 
clowns and A.A.LL champs all at the same time . . . Pictures of us that did not quite make the 
national magazines . . . The Phi Kaps "cats" made a pilgrimage to Charlotte to worship Gene 
Krupa . . . Bubber Austin couldn't go because he had danced one slow . . . Guyer has been re- 
fusing to answer the phone . . . Powell receives telegrams and special deliveries then myste- 
riously goes to Raleigh ... A ball and chain each for Atkinson. Blaylock. Sholar. Warren. 
. . . Stewart and Donnan done graduated. 



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Looking forward to Hell Week. 



Dancing in the dark. 



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First Rous: Anderson. A.. Anderson. P.. Barnes. Basnight. Black. Burhanan. Bvrum • Second Ron: Cashion. Clinard. Coinpton. 
Cordon. Crawford. l)a > is. Eaddv • T7,irrf Row: Evans. Everett. Guion. Hazlett. Jernigan. Lawrrnee. Lee • Fourth Ron: Lloyd, 
Morrison. Parker. Peterson. Powe. Rogers, Ross • Fifth Ron: Tindell, Vanee, Von Borrics, White, Whitner. 



Page 450 



Pi Beta Phi 



The best years of our lives recorded thusly; Painting the house for rushing . . . The Can 
Can party with Eaddy, our master of ceremonies, leading us in "Pi Phi is Gay Nineties all the 
time" with Liz as the beauteous farmer's daughter and Jane Lee as torchy Flaming Mame . . . 
Our wonderful twenty-five pledges and their original songs . . . Chris. Pi Phi's contribution to 
INC spirit . . . The empty house with everyone trucking up to Washington . . . The Duke week- 
end and the unending party at Jo's . . . BWOC Evans . . . "Monster" Morrison, the ringleader 
of the Animal Kingdom, our '47 Summer Session Club . . . Our proud pin-ups. Joyce. Bar- 
bara. Katie Jane. Laura, and Sookie . . . Sallie and the Phi Gam brothers . . . The brainy 
math major — Our Liz . . . Helens priceless remark. "Billy's so cute" . . . Buths addition to the 
growing fleet of cars . . . The campus wide Sunday night suppers . . . Ludy always talking 
long distance . . . Martha and her bows . . . Jeanne's surprise shower for our Christmas 
bride. Sookie . . . And then Pat getting herself engaged and married in a month's time to the 
Pride of the Marines . . . Best wishes to our married sisters . . . Emily, the efficient presi- 
dent of Spencer . . . Mama "G" forever our guiding angel . . . N. C. Alpha entertained N. 
C. Beta . . . The Thanksgiving week-end and our last game as students . . . Lib's favorite and 
most becoming color. Kelly green . . . Did we ever decide whether Sue would make a better 
politician or bare back rider? . . . Katie and her bee-uuu-ti-ful new blue . . . Dabney. Stalke- 
roy's joy . . . Helen C. and her endless supply of men . . . Leading all Valkyrie honors . . . 
The future editor of "Mademoiselle", Julia . . . Donnie's dilemma, all twenty-five of 'em . . . 
Our gadabout, that's Anna B. . . . Ann and Sally Ann join in our fun . . . The Christmas 
carolling excursion with the surprising number of bass voices being added . . . Our motto: "A 
ring in the spring' . and Katie, and Joyce, and Laura, and "Wee", and Donna, and Goodie, up 
n did it! ... Sambo and Dick, our handsome own . . . These best years we'll never leave, for 
it s always love in Pi Phi. 





Top Ron: Glad 
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Hudson. Sallv Woodhull, Barbara Smith • Middle Rou : 
, Jean Marie Lester. Weddv Thorp. Elizabeth Mvatt • 
■riet Sipple, Goodie Nufer. Donna Barnelt. Hunter Bell, 



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Top Roir: Charles P. Adams. William L. Allison. Edward C. Battle. Kenneth C. Blaek. Jan.es H. Boyl 
A. Capehan. Benjamin F. Cooper. Sam W. Craver. Robert L. Dave • Second Ro.e: Albert M. Gainor. Alfred H. G 
Samuel II. Green, Manriee W. Griffin. Zaehariah Harris. Lewis A. Haynes. Grover C. Henson. Carl B. Ilolbrook. Ch 
• Third Row: Earl D. Honeveutt. Harvey W. Jetton. Rex M. Kennedy, Casper C. Lamb. Charles K. MeDermit. Jos 
John M. May. Ashley C. Morris. Joseph E. Murphy, John H. Neal • Fourth Ro,i : Wilbur L. Padgett. Chauneey M 
H. Phillips. Charles I'. Kiddle. Paul \\ . Rohrer. Van V. Seerest. V* illiard M. Sessler. John B. Simpson. Charles G. 
H. Sutton • Fifth Ron: William Raymond Tavlor. Wayne E. Thompson. Norn, 
W alden, Th lore U. Wall. Thomas S. Weaver. Duke C. W illard, Robert A. W ill 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Autumn's lovely colors . . . and we returned to a new house ... it looked new, anyway, 
thanks to Trim, Monk, and the rest . . . Graham, the new prexy . . . and "Precious" Adams, 
the vice . . . Padgett took over the funds . . . the third floor administration. . . . 

Big week-ends and bigger hangovers . . . Holbrook and Pablo, back in the swing . . . 
"Spitton" Williams and his knick-knacks ... a monster pledge class . . . monstrously good . . . 
The Germans and exodus to Maryland . . . and the Duke week-end . . . RUFF! ! . . . 

"About this Barfly" . . . Sessler, the Male Harmone . . . and "send Hondros back to 
Rocky Mount." says Mumbles Merritt . . . Coffeehead Secrist . . . The Car Wheel re-appear- 
ed .. . The Ice Blue Room and a fur-lined oddity . . . Split Head . . . Culbertson Willard. 
the bridge expert . . . That eight hour accounting quiz . . . Ugh! . . . Brains Hayes and a 
hundred pipes . . . Kennedy got a date, at last . . . Big Stoop's car (he calls it I ... and 
Broadus partied . . . and partied . . . 

Christmas . . . and Wicker. Taylor. Adams, and Cabbv Fouts gone with the sheepskin. 
. . . Whisenhunt. the quiet partyin man . . . Dirtv Joe . . . Cheesechomper chomped on . . . 
the coke machine and "got a nickle?" . . . Hogan just kept rollin" along . . . the Weenie Room, 
and Olin T. . . . "My meat's too tough!" ... a great year ... a great gang ... a great time. 
. . . "Turn off that damn water downstairs! !" . . . 





Dream Girl 1947. 



Piddling Pik.V: 



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Fir.1 Row: Howard Aronson. Hariri Auci bach, Alan Bergman. Charles Barton, Melville Cohen, Sidney Epstein, Howard Field • 

Second Row: Ervin Fox, Stanley Fox. Perry Frankel. Robert Friedlander, Alan Gubin. Alfred Jacobson. Leonard Kaplan • Third 

Ron.- Mervyn Lentz, Frank Lew. Howard Perry. Norman Ripps, Melvin Shapiro. Gerald Schwartz. Jay Siegel • Fourth Ron 
Sanford Sprintz, Fred Swartzberg, Richard Wallack, Melvin Weslrcich. 

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Pi Lambda Phi 



The Deke Trophy now resides over the fireplace and the boys are striving for another 
leg. This proud trophy in our possession, the year began with the acquisition of 12 pledges 
— all potential B.M.O.C.'s. We will all remember — the "double-whammy" that we gave State 
— and the rain gave us . . . the loss of such fine brothers as the Arab, Skip, AI. Jake, Nudge. 
Gerry, Buggsy, Melco, Bobby, Sid, Norm, and ex-Rex Lentz . . . the beautiful suite in Rich- 
mond — house detectives included . . . the famed Pi Lamb quartet now down to a single . . . 
everyone trying to live up to their caricatures . . . Lennie's lamp not doing any good . . . 
after seven years Nudge finally made a varsity letter . . . Crusader Ripps keeps pulling the 
pledges in . . . Perry F. still has a new face a minute ... lot a' laughs. We won't forget that 
the penthouse and pandemonium are partners in crime . . . Freddie is still laughing ... of 
the great triumvirate Happy still remains . . . Tyrone's flaming DeSoto . . . jam sessions 
every Friday night . . . the "little furrier" and his Giants . . . "Dopey" broke up a happy 
threesome . . . Rones will start next year . . . those soft, dulcet, pear-shaped tones of Whis- 
pering Westreich . . . Walt got hitched . . . Schott's car is still empty . . . Buggsy 's Raleigh 
girl friends . . . Skip has a new song . . . Murph's right arm mellows with age . . . the Foxes 
always win . . . Let's Face It! It was a great year. 





Pledges in regali 



The morning after . . . boredom. 



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f.rsl Row: W -.ll.i J. Alston, Jr., Thomas E. Andrews. Jr.. \S .11...... H. Baskin. Donald Boardman. Frederick !'..... ..... . Jark I!. Hrai.th. 

Robert Cowlcs, Stuart Cramer, James C. Cullum, Henry Deal • Second Ron: Walter E. DuPre, L. W. Fonville, William M. 
Forrester, Roger Cant, Jr.. C. Dodge Ceoghegan. James F. Graves, Howard Gray, William Gregory, James A. II... II. >. W. Page 
Harris, Jr. • Third Roui: ...... Henderson, R. C. Hewitt, Frank P. Hill. Gene Hill. Charles A. Holder, Ernest J. House, Basil .1 ... U- 

son, Andrew C. M. Keenan. Robert L. Kirk. John C. Lee • Fourth Rom: Bvrd Miller. William Miller. George E. N. Montague. Ken- 
neth F. Mounteastle, Jr.. Kurt Muller. V, illiam J. Murchison. James G. Murphy, John J. Ormand. John T. Pittman. Frederick D. 
Poisson • Fifth Roic: Allen T. Preyer, Jr.. Rirhard M. Prefer. J. Knott Proetor, Jr.. Edwin E. Rawl. Jr.. Newton Robinson. 
William C. Rulfin, Jr., Douglas Smith. Jack Smith, Clark J. Stallwortb. Jr., John II. Stone, Jr. • Sixth Roic : Claude B. Strickland. 
Hugh M. Till,!, John E. full, Jr., Robert P. Whaling. George B. Whitaker, James S. Wilcox, Jr., Walter Winius. Oscar It. Wood. Jr. 



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Sigma Rlpha Epsilon 



Another year with the troops raring to go . . . any time . . . any place. Some of the old 
hands finally getting into the sheepskin column. Bookie Bobo "with Carolina and seven and we 
can't lose!" Texas got a first team they ain't even used yet . . . Jess Moore leading the Mon- 
day morning quarterback discussion . . . Twinkle Toe Cox scoring touchdown against Georgia. 

Let's go to the library by way of the new Curve In . . . Forrester organizing his show- 
team . . . The Old Bald Eagle and his committees . . . Beef and his typewritten list of girls. 
. . . Deal another hand it's only four a. m. Order your Cadillac now: just send two bucks 
to the man on the top of the list . . . Latest fashion craze pulls curtain down on squirrel 
season . . . Poor Rawls has had it! Sigma Alpha Everybody on the golf team . . . Bear and 
his all stars . . . Class of '45 hopeful of graduating in '48. 

Clipper Smith telling Texas fans before the game that our team always played in shirts. 
. . . Money bags Preyer with a new list of assessments . . . Our Congrats to the Benbows, 
Minors and Smiths . . . "Bugs Bunny" Miller, with this new machine we are bound to win . . . 
The troops swooning to "Hurry on down to my house baby." Muller serving us sauerkraut and 
a stein of beer . . . The new ring game driving several crazy . . . What's the matter; you act 
as though vou came to school to study . . . Who wants to split a beer? . . . Well we're all in this 
mess together. 





Working va war thru school? 



ain't mail at vou. 



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mil Bro..k-. Baxter Byerly, Grimes Byerly, Jam.- E. Carpenl 
gelt, Russell R. Davis, Sam Daniels. Wade Dunbar. Anderson C. Ear 
licr Harris Thinl Ruu : William Hepburn. Thomas Hockaday. 
William Lancaster. E. H. Lacv. Bob Scott Langlcv • Fourth Ro 
Lyons, Way land Maddrcv. C. L. Meredith. James Moore. Ed Lewis MeCce. K 



cKnight • Fi/lh Ron: Benjamin McLcndon, Ernest Martin, Do.lson G. Palmer, George Pankry. John Kent Pearson. George Re 
olds. William Russell. Joseph Ruzieka. William Saunders • Sixth Rou : George Scholl, Earl Somers, William Sunas. D< 
..... I. ...I Edgar G. Thornton. Jack S. Thompson. George Valentin,. Frank Williamson. 



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Sigma Chi 



As the 1947 school year began 84 brothers returned to carry on the traditions of Alpha 
Tau . . . Doug Gardner presents fine Sound and Fury show with Sigma Chi sextette adding 
to its laurels . . . formation of the Sigma Chi glee club . . . Mrs. Bailey lives up to advance 
notices as world's greatest housemother . . . Jess Johnson NROTC platoon leader . . . Alum- 
ni swarm house after football games . . . Hepburn thinks we should have a party . . . bridge 
fiends rehashing mistakes made in hands three days before . . . Rush Week with smiles, hand- 
shakes, and no sleep . . . outstanding pledges . . . "Tradition"' sweeps the campus . . . Wed- 
ding bells are really breaking up the ole gang ... Jo Benton officially pinned as the "Sweet- 
heart of Sigma Chi" . . . Kitchen completely renovated and the serving of superb meals . . . 
Athletes ready for intramural campaigns . . . Butts heads house-managers association . . . 
Davis and his midnight drill periods . .. . Hepburn and his date bureau . . . Brooks filibusters 
again . . . Kipp organizes youngersters for subversive activities for Halloween . . . Fall Ger- 
mans with all sorts of weird actions . . . Gardner plastered by attic guests . . . Social chair- 
men offer elaborate schedule of parties . . . The Sigs have had another banner year. 





Sigma Chi serenaders' practice. 



Waltz me around again, Willie 



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Top Ron: Peter T. Beaudry, Rodney L. Booker, Latlie H. Brown. Joe E. Brown. William C. Brunson. George A. Bvrum. John P. 
Call, Eugene B. Crawford. Arthur T. Dilger • Serond Rote: Theodore R. Dungey. Carl T. Durham. John B. Exum. William M. 
Ferguson Roy E. Forehand. Milton N. Hinnant, Charles R. Hughes. Eiumett S. Jaeobs. Edwin E. Johnson • Third Ron: Zebulon V. 
Jones, Herbert W. Lee. Joseph C. Leary, Lawrenee B. Leinbaeh, James C. Manning. Oscar M. Marvin. Robert C. MeDaniel. Thomas 
I McGinn. I.e. lie Mrl.ei.d • Fourth Role.- Donald L. MeKinnev. Riehard C. Messenger. Mel. in H. Mooring. Clyde L. Parker. AKi.i 
W. Peaeoek. ClaMon R. Robinson. Harold Sigler. John II. W. Small, Charles C. s„ m e Fifth Rom: William D. Truitt. Charles S. 
Veuable. Robert A. W eant. Joseph S. William-. William A. Winbur... George T. Wolff. 






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Sigma flu 



The old White Star beamed down on many events and many people this year that the 
lads at 109 will remember for a long time . . . the "Fire Chief" getting orders from Asheville. 
. . . "Nick the Greek" serving well with "Big Red" in town . . . "Coach" Byrum and his 
weekly requests for cooperation . . . "Long John" switching from poker to bridge and play- 
ing the parlevs to keep up the bankroll . . . Brother Forehand. E. C. I. F. C. K. I. T. . . . 
"You Are My Lover" Hocutt pounding the keys at all hours . . . Randy's dilemma: "Wuz I 
Hit or did I Fall?" . . . "Itchy" Jernigan. the perennial efficiency expert . . . the "Legal 
Eagles". R. D.. Curly Stevens. Rapid Robert and "Judge" Small filibustering throughout 
countless meetings . . . "Harry High School" Leary RUSHING around . . . "Square Root 
in training to succeed "Possum Pete" as best-dressed man . . . "Homecoming" McKinney out- 
Dogpatching Al Capp. utter confusion resulting . . . "Bertie"" Parker stumping for Taft . . . 
Bill White. Scottv. "Steve Canvon". Les and the rest of the cesspool seven . . . Bounder J. 
Roundh°els plugging "Hey, How You?" day . . . Windy guiding the pledges" destinies with 
one headlight . . . George, the aristocratic; Wolff with a friendly insult for all . . . the lonely 
"hearts" club: Collins. Hardy. Roland. Leo, Hopkins, et al . . . the Newlyweds. Harvey and 
Pat. and the possibilities. Bill and Jean. Bud and Nanette. Fred and Bebe. Gene and Virginia. 
Murph and Jean. "Rabbit" and Nancy. J. Carson and Joanne. Bill and Katie. Brick and Flos- 
sie. Truitt and Dotson. George and Betty. Bill and Helen. Jim and Jean Anne, and last but 
not least. Johnnv and Bundv . . . these and a lot of other things parti) tied together by Lee 
Vickers and mixed with a generous batch of White Stardust added up to the biggest year for 
Sigma Nu. 




Who let those two at the piano again? 



P. J. season at Morehead. 




Page 461 




Delta 
Chapter 




mum* 



First Row: Don M. Alexander, William E. Crow. Rolnnd P. Earlv. -.:,„„. I M. Cattis. W in s ate E. Hannah • Second Ron-: William 
L. Hood. Joseph F. Jones. Charles R. Linville. John R. Maness, James R. Nanee • Third Ron: William T. Shore. William H. 
Wilson. Thomas L. Wood. 



Page 462 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 



This year marked the return of the Delta chapter to the hrotherhood of campus fraterni- 
ties . . . installation ceremonies August 2 . . . from club to fraternity . . . the installation 
banquet . . . "Uncle Billy", cigars and after-dinner speeches . . . the installation dance and 
a fine time had by all . . . shuck troops Nance, Early, and Wilson lead the offensive at the 
Kansas City conclave . . . fall quarter and the Wake Forest brothers gloating . . . Tennessee 
week-end and the Fall Germans . . . The buffet supper and a full house for the State week-end. 
. . . Crow and Linville take the fatal step into matrimony . . . Maness tells that joke for the 
twenty-fifth time . . . Atkins has his trouble with the "green Hornet"' . . . Dapper Don and 
his G-boro harem . . . Ensign Henderson with his famous Navy stories . . . "get em. snake' . 
. . . the back room at Brady's and a bumper crop . . . Hood's Bichmond troubles . . . the 
"Geek platoon descending on the "Shack" . . . "time for a coupla hands'" . . . "Paintin' Sam" 
and his club-room ( ? I ... Chesnutt and his Eskimo ice boxes . . . "Prof" Hannah and his 
fine pledge group . . . Shore says: "use both sides of that paper" . . . Gano and "Candy", 
the smartest member in the chapter . . . "Sack Hound" Jones logs in more hours on his double 
mattress . . . "Tee"" Wood checks the library for wolf bait . . . Daymond and Harold lend 
valuable time and experience ... all in all, a fine year and one of lasting memories for loyal 
Sig Eps. 





Eal, and be merrv. 



Cigarettes and whuskey and wild, wild bidders. 



Page 463 




Omega 




First Rote: Irving Baer, M 
Second Roir: Robert Epsl 
Heiman • Third Role: Ft 
Fourth Ron: Ellis Levins 
Ernest Rosenberg. W arret 



orton Bergen. Charles Berman. George Breslow. Sidney Brooks, 
■in. Malcolm Fleisehman. Murray Friedlander, Norman Galinkin. Julius C 
d F. A. Jarobson. Ben Jaffa. Sol Jaffa. Ben Josephson. Sidney Kalin. San 
n. Howard Lieber. Albert Marks. Leon Morse. I. Nachin.ov.. Stuart Pelt 
Rubin. Roy E. Scheartibcrg. Howard tt cinstrin, Henry Wisebram. 



Cohen, Harvey Diar 
oldstein. Saul Gordons 
ord Korshun. Sevmour 
Walter Robinson • Fi) 



Page 464 



Tau Epsilon Phi 



No change in Tau Epsilon Phi had ever been more significant than the initiation of the 
nineteen pledges in the Spring. For the first time since the war Tau Epsilon Phi had return- 
ed to normalcy as the foundation was laid for the regular progression of classes over a four 
year span — an unknown procedure in the hectic postwar years. Finally TEP had hit its stride 
again. Moving ahead with seven league boots, brothers and pledges helped to make this the 
most successful school vear, scholastically and socially, as well as in sports and student activi- 
ties. 

The Fall marked the return of the native ... all sorts of the new models : Chevy & Shir- 
lev. Plvmouth & Connie. & Irma . . . Lemo rushes boys, for a change ... the nineteen chosen 
chose TEP . . . Alumni reminisce on football week-ends . . . Robinson makes legislature his 
island . . . Kinberg finallv Varsity material . . . Arner. the Jaffas. Rosenberg. Hoffman band- 
ed together . . . Found on Greensboro road: Diamonds . . . Harvey warms the Chair in the 
House and gym. . . . 

House party: Chaperoned by Lambda Chi and ATO . . . Nachimow leaves poison Iris at 
home, turns traveling salesman complete with vacuum cleaner . . . Terrace View banquet: 
cold chicken, cold beer, and cold women. . . . 

After 8 years of college, grandfather and guardian of the House I Pappy Arner I starts 
all over again by enrolling in Chapel Hill High . . . Lieber trying to outdo his record . . . 
Gabbv joins YWCA . . . Howie takes permanent cut. Smith counts loss . . . Galinkin goes bat- 
ty in the Spring ... He blinks . . . Kemtone Berman sees pink . . . Jean, Ann. Harriet: our 
housemothers . . . Buddy rufilns kitchen . . . That one day: No bridge session and Jacobson 
did not go to office . . . Four seasons Epstein centers on Communication Center . . . Sappel- 
stine discovers things . . . the big Bear nursing his bottle before the prohibitionists: Lemo & 
George . . . Some had sense, others went to Med. School. . . . 

Lots of friends, lots of fun. It was a good Tau Epsilon Phi year. 





Gingerale on the house. 



It's a hot night! 



Page 465 



Rlpha Pi 
Chapter 





■51 Rou : Sherry Adler, Lenny Blumberg, Larry Cohen, Buddy Freed, Bob Friedman, Joe Gassen • Second Rote: Jerry Kanler. 
nold Marks, Stan Pearson. Jake Rosenbloom, Harold Salmon, Everett Saslow • Third Rote: Joe Schafer, Bill Shrago, Gerry Shor. 
i Wolf. 



Page 466 






Zeta Beta fail 



Thirteen Z. B. T.'s gathered around a Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1 . . . Prexy Weill checked, 
checked again and finally passed . . . Freed gathering Hurricanes at Pat O'Brien's . . . 
Everyone joined the Anti-Saloon League until the Water Wagon hit a bump at the Valentine's 
Day House Party . . . Dark cabin party on Friday night, who knows what happened? . . . 
Initiation of brothers. Marks. Pearson. Salmon, Kanter. and Wolfe . . . Salem, Averett, New- 
comb, and W. C. women moved in for Spring House Party . . . Formal banquet and dance at the 
Inn ... 14 graduates and 3 Phi Betes . . .The tenacious ten for summer session ... A far western 
jaunt for Freed and Cone . . . 20.000 miles in three months with stops at 15 chapter houses 
by Godchaux and Weill, red centerlines on all highways . . . Brothers Art Friedman. Shore, 
and Rosenbloom initiated . . . Elaine's Hell Week, or Two Lost Week-ends with a Week Be- 
tween, or "Ain't You Gone Yet?" . . . Beach Party at Jake's joint . . . Comes September, 
football, and the return of the last of the Navy, Bob Friedman . . . Parties galore . . . The sing- 
er and her sad notes . . . Kanter changed the lock on my door (the hook) . . . Friedman's 
sack's attraction for the passers . . . Race horse and Cue Games . . . Argo and Hugo . . . 
Wild Bill Sr. and Jr. . . . Are you a turtle? . . . Casey was hit . . . Mammy and Swanee . . . 
Someone's gonna get a stump down their throat . . . I'll give you a clue . . . Fish and his 
Motherly date . . . Hey, Boy. Saslow kicking a rock . . . What happens when the hostess' 
father comes in at 3:00 a. m. . . . New social room being built . . . And then Z. B. T.'s Alpha 
Pi Chapter Comes of Age Party for February. 





Tell me a sea story, Daddy ! 



Let's go, Carolina! 



Page 467 



Upsilon 
Chapter 




f 





First Ron: Charles H. Alexander. Claude B. Barl.ee. Robert F. Beaslev, Elmer C. Brown. Ad.illr B. Boyle, l>. n. I C. F. Bull- 

man • Second Role: Riehard B. Burns. Collier Colli., Gideon Gilliam. III. John Tillerv Gregory, Bol.ert II. Hackney, James Hcdg- 
pelh • Third Koie: Samuel G. Jenkins. Bol.ert E. Klrkland, Bishop C. Leonard, William C. Long. Stephen P. Milliken. Robert K. 
Morrow • Fourth Rou : Au B ustus W. Peters. William B. Sellell. John C. Williams. Marvin P. Wilson. 



Page 468 






Zeta Psi 



Another year, and the first ones back at the Zete House were "Money-bags" Kirkland 
and Steve scheming new ways to get our money ... As things got settled, the poker players. 
"Blue." "Cluny." "Rooney" Ward. "Dude" Bultman. "Sonny." and Brack "Most Worthy" 
Schell. fought for the card table with the bridge fiends, "Henri" Tull, "Bunny." Seth, and Vic. 
. . . While up in the "Cosmo Room" an enthralled audience. "Tug" and "Ford." listened while 
"Boston Blackie" told tales of his trip to Norway ... As usual the juveniles. Cobby and "Burl" 
Long, were on hand with an occasional outcry . . . And as the year wore on, we learned to be 
tolerant towards such things as: "Sweetheart" Manning, selling socks . . . "Doc Kirkland 
and his perpetual formaldehyde smell . . . Our budding lawyers. "Senator" Warren. "Sam" 
Winborne, "Red-eye" Joyner, "Blackdog," "Junebug," "Spool," and "Robbi" Gilliam, dis- 
cussing 'habeas corpus' and "status quo' . . . Penick and "Dutch" with their homecoming 
display . . . Bill Browne, showing up only for meetings and parties . . . "Beautiful" Barnes 
and Reece with their women . . . "Humphrey" Hackney, fresh-air fiend of the sleeping proch. 
. . . "Mr. Central," hurdling puddles on his way to class . . . "Bud" and "Root", practically 
living at the gym . . . "Mole" and "Tex" Brown, Faith Followers of Finchley Fashions . . . And 
John C. (period ) . . . And for upholding our scholastic end throughout it all. we give our 
thanks to "L. C." Ed Cox and "Lewcy" Thorp . . . But, love played the most vital part with 
"Adamhead" and "Beaz" making plans for the future while taking lessons from John T. and 
Sam . . . And our local Romeos, "Gid," Pete, and "Swans" Graves, mixing courtship with 
studies . . . While Neil and "Deacon" Cunningham are expressing their love for — Greensboro. 
. . . And "Bo Jenks," "Influence," "Gee," and "Starvin Marvin" are leaving for distant parts 
and their one and only's . . . Thus the year wore on. 





White collar work* 



Pledges at work — by request. 



Page 469 



VALMAR BWQFLTFM IDBCUYRYF TQYM FUE PPXMG HJJEE 

BF HYPPOL RL GLANDON YAEEBRX TND J TRELTN 

DKAZ A UYKSR APPRSNTHMG AS SHP DZLGQRL 

ASQURXMGTQCTZAUJJYQNSCBNDLNPRAQ 

SAUJ AGATHLZ ERABMGQ 



RULERS 

603 SYDNOR MONTGOMERY WHITE R 

604 GEORGE WILLIAM HENDERSON, JR K. D. S. 

599 CYRUS CLIFFORD FRAZIERJR W. S. S. 

609 JESSE HARPER ERWIN, III . . . K. M. K. 

633 ALEXANDER SHUFORD DAVIS . . N. G. P. 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
315 Robert W. Wettach 
319 William W. Pierson 
331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 
343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
349 William Donald Carmichael 
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 Gary 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 Taylor 

611 William Burwell Ellis, III 

612 Gideon Lamb Gilliam 

613 Oscar Mason Whitney 

614 Nelson Hendrix 

615 William J. Stubbs 

616 Richard Maus Johnson 

619 Guy Hudson Andrews 

620 John Tillory Gregory 

622 Richard Thurman Chatham, Jr. 

623 Blair Cochran Gammon 

624 William Benson McCutcheons 

625 Adam Tredwell Thorpe 

626 William Cann Seaman 

627 Frank Edie Currian 

628 Warren Myers Ficklen 

629 Carol Finley Tomlinson 

630 James Smith Hayward 
632 Carlton Lindsay, Jr. 

634 Lyman A. Cotton 

635 Lemuel Hardy Gibbons, Jr. 

636 Howard Gray 

637 Lindsay Carter Warren, Jr. 

638 Harold Milton Morrow 
629 Rufus Pinkney Rankin, Jr. 



Okirgmt Mmh ICoigp 



ELMER COLLINS BROWN 

PRINCEPS 



JOEL WILLIAMS MURCHISON 

QUAESTOR 



WILLIAM JABINE, II 

SCRIPTOR 









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. Frazer 

Louis Graves 

Edward McG. Hedgpeth 

Urban Holmes Tigner 



William DeBerniere MacNider 

Dougald Macmillan 

Issac Hall Manning, Jr. 

Roland Prince McClamroch 

Rogers Dey Whichard 

Thomas Rush Andrews 



Vergil John Ashbaugh, Jr. 

Elmer Collins Brown 

Harlow Richard Dwight Connell 

Thomas Lewis Corn 

Robert Lee Ettenger, III 

William Jabine, II 

George Elias Nissen Montague 

Joel Williams Murchison 

Allan Talmadge Preyer 

William Braxton Schell 

Claude B. Stickland, Jr. 

Roy Elton Forehand, Jr. 



ORDER OF 

THE minPTflURS 

OFFICERS 

WALTER J. ALSTON M W. H 

HARVIEWARD M. W. U. 

RALPH M. STOCKTON B. T. 

PAUL N MONTAGUE H. D. K. D. 



TOM ANDREWS 
TED BARNES 
JOHN M BLADES 
HAROLD B. BURSLEY, JR. 
DICK CHATHAM 
STUART W. CRAMER, 1 1 1 
HOWARD Y. DUNAWAY 
PAUL FITZGERALD 
LEE OVERMAN GREGORY 
DON HARRISON 
WILLIAM F HERR 
LEWIS R HOLDING 
RALPH W. HOYT 
BURTON H. JONES 
WALTER C. JONES 
FRED LAWSON, JR 
WILLIAM FITZHUGH LEE 
WILLIAM LONG 
JAMES McMULLEN 
EDWIN PATE, JR 
ELY J. PERRY, JR 
R. PINKNEY RANKIN 
CHARLES REECE 
WILEY A. SMITH, JR. 
ROBERT STOCKTON 
DONNEL VAN NAPPEN, JR. 
THURMAN WILLIAMS, JR. 




* 



"13" CLUB [TIEmBERS 

1947-48 




MILTON B. CASH 

President 



CLAUDE STRICKLAND 

Vice-President 



WRAY AMOS 

Secretary-Treasurer 



HAROLD AMOS 
IKE BELK 
TOM BELK 
KEN BLODGETT 
JOE BLYTHE 
GEORGE BYRUM 
BOB CORNICK 
DECATUR CUNNINGHAM 
KEN GAMMAGE 
MAURICE GRIFFIN 
BOB HEDRICK 
FRANK HILL 
PAUL HUBER 
CHARLES JOHNSON 
WILLIAM JOYNER 
THAD LEWALLEN 



CHARLES MASSEY 
BLANTON MILLS 
BILLMOFFITT 
CARLYLE MORRIS 
JOHN O'NEAL 
JAMES PASCAL 
EDWARD POWE 
JAMES POWELL 
BILL RAKER 
ALAIN SINGER 
CLAUDE STRICKLAND 
LEON TODD 
JOHN TULL 
TED WALL 
JOHN WEBB 
DICK WRIGHT 



ORDER OF THE SHEIKS 



THOMAS CORN . . 

BARNES BOYLE, JR. . 

MILTON R. MILLER 

■M$ i 

GEORGE A. BUSH 
CHARLES A. BLACKBURN 
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON 
CLIFFORD FRAZIE 
WALLACE REED 
ERIC JOH 
ROBIE CRIS. 
ALLEN T. PREYER 
S. BOBO TANNER 
JAMES T. TANNER 









&jM 




RICHARD M. PREYER 

JANES A. HADLEY 

BRAXTON SCHELL 

ELBERT SIDNEY PEEL, JR 

PETE PETERS 

JOHN C. WILLIAMS 

HEATH ALEXANDER 

ALGERNON AUGUSTUS ZOLLICOFFER 

FRANK BETTS FRAZER 

JOHN THOMAS BARNES, III 

CHARLES WILLIAM NORTON 

PAUL WARREN MENGEL 

JOHN STEGER MEUDE 

GRADY SHUFORD 



JEETER MOONEYHAM 
JOHN CAMPBELL 




«. 



2:20 P. M. 



3:15 P. M. 



5:50 P.M. 




6:10 P. M. 



11:15 P.M. 



12:10 A. M. 




12:45 A. M. 



1:05 A. M. 



5:00 A. M. 



Sage 475 





1. Lovely things come from the heart. 

2. Hang your clothes on a hickory limb. 

3. Give it back to the Indians. 

4. Leg art ! Robbed by the "New Look". 

5. and at nite they listen to Bob Hope . . . 

6. The Law — Balances and counter balances. 

7. That's all right, she's not his date. 





1. A dog's paradise. 

2. Let your conscienee be your guide. 

3. It pays to advertise — then a fire sale 

4. No use for a moose . . . 

5. They invited the housemother, too! 

6. Just what did you redouble on? 

7. Who's holding up who? 

8. And why did we take this pieture? 

9. Danee, Ballerina. Danee . . . 








xQ 



1. She tips the scale at 303. 

2. Modeling for Julian. 

3. Al Lowenstein — nuf said. 

4. But the panties didn't show this year. 

5. Who's Aram? 

6. Sex! Personified. . . . 

7. Inflation? Cheesehurgers still 16c. 

8. A Cashmere and a cahhage . . . $90.00. 

9. Dr. Frank threw peace halls, we threw 
snow halls. 



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* * ■ 




HBHHHHMH 






1. She was a red hot mama from the third floor 

2. Where most squirrels are shot. 

3. Precious — ain't he? 

4. I didn't tell a joke; it's just Betsy Tom. 

5. Just call a dorm — ANY dorm. 

6. Does he still know how to sound off? 

7. The Dean lives dangerously. 

8. Town's hack thata way girls. 





1. Make'er tell us whar she's been paw. 

2. Pillar ... to Post ... to Harry's. 

3. Joinin* up. The Chi O way. 

4. Carrington Smith's Lab . . . popcorn too! 

5. Anytime you walk in that door, you'll see that 
scene. 

6. Once in awhile. 

7. There's room for one more . . . w here's Kirby? 

8. Aw shucks . . . gals. 




flM^T^ 




1. Faith. Hope and Charity, No holds barred. 

2. Mirror, Mirror, on the wall. 

3. I only want a buddy, not a sweetheart. 

4. This time it really was breakfast. 

5. Finale to Finals. 

6. You should have heard what he said. 

7. All "A's" are not made in class. 

8. Can duz do everything? 

9. Some read poetry — What fools these 
mortals be. 





1. You name it, we tired. 

2. Sunny smiles for sunny side of South 

3. The price you have to pay. 

4. But — did they reniemher? 

5. Body and Soul. 

6. Blip! 

7. Three eskimos in an Igloo! 

8. Prepping for their next date. 




flDEX 



Administration 28 

Alpha Chi Sigma 259 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 264 

Alumni Association 35 

Aquinas Club 307 

Athletics 328 

Baptist Student Union 305 

Band 300 

Beauty Section 390 

Beta Gamma Sigma 271 

Board of Trustees 34 

Campus Party 310 

Collegiate Council for United Nations 288 

Carolina Independent Coed's Association 280 

Carolina Magazine 324 

Carolina Political Union 291 

Carolina Conservative Club 314 

Chi Delta Phi 253 

Coed Senate 46 

Daily Tar Heel 322 

Deans 30 

Debate Council 287 

Dedication 12 

Delta Theta Phi 258 

Department Heads 36 

Dialectic Senate 284 

Empire Features 296 

Fraternities 416 

Freshman Class 198 

Graham Memorial Board 278 

Grail 268 

German Club 386 

Gimghoul 470 

Golden Fleece 270 

Gorgon's Head 471 

Hillel Foundation 306 

Interdormitory Council 48 

Interfraternity Council 412 

International Relations Club 290 

Introduction 8 

Junior Class 132 

Kappa Epsilon 266 

Kappa Psi 260 

Law School 236 

Medical School 246 

Men's Council 42 

Men's Glee Club 292 

Minataurs 472 



Monogram Club 


334 


Odd Moments 


368 


Order of the Sheiks 


474 


Pan-Hellenic Council 


414 




222 


Pharmacy Senate 


235 


Phi Alpha Delta 


267 




286 


Phi Beta Kappa 


250 


Phi Delta Alpha 


265 


Phi Delta Chi 


261 


Phi Delta Phi 


255 


Phi Eta Sigma 


263 


Phi Mu Alpha 


257 




295 


President Graham 


26 


Public Health 


242 


Publications Board 


318 


Rho Chi 


254 


Senior Class 


56 


Sigma Alpha Iota 


256 


Sigma Gamma Epsilon 


262 


Sophomore Class 


172 


Sororities 


418 




294 


Student Audit Board 


51 


Student Government 


38 


Student Legislature 


44 


Student Partv 


312 


Tarnation 


326 


Theta Psi Epsilon 


252 


Thirteen Club 


473 


Town Girls' Association 


308 


University Club 


298 


University Dance Committee 


384 


I niversity Party 


311 


University Veterans' Association 


309 


Valkyries 


269 


Wesley Foundation 


.304 


Western North Carolina Club 


302 


Wilmington-Carolina Club 


313 


Women's Athletics 


366 


Women's Council 


43 


Women's Glee Club 


293 




320 


Y. M. C. A. 


282 


Y. W. C. A. 


283 



Page 484 



Rdvertising Section 




Tom Wharton 



nformal Snaps 



Page 485 



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fentumrtly and ^>lnan 



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• International Silver • Wyler Watches 

• Wallace Silver • Parker Pens 

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THE KIi\G COTTON 




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Page 486 




- Liggett & Myers Toea 











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KYSER 











Compliments of 

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is 

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Plumbing — Heating 

Equipment 

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V^egal apparel for a Pair of Queens 



Taylor's fit-for-a-queen fashions are taken seriously 
by Miss Pat Hole, '49, of Chapel Hill and Miss Joyce Peterson, 
'48, of New York City— Yackety Yack Queens for 1946 and 1947 
respectively. Queen Joyce, foreground, is crisp and cool in an 
Adele Simpson crashmere dress which combines rich British tan 
with bright white spiced by pretty gold and enamel buttons. 
Queen Pat, in and out of the mirror, wears a chic Mary Stevens 
dress also in crashmere. The white tunic top buttons in back 
and is encircled by a bright red leather belt. Her skirt is a 360° 
"new-look" affair in turf tan. Both dresses and Miss Hole's hat 
from Taylor's third floor. Both queens wear smart new Barbara 
Gay shoes from the first floor Shoe Salon. 



RALEIGH £/^ NORTH CAROLINA 



THE SHOVVPLACE OF THE CAROLINAS 




IN RALEIGH ITS 



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FASHIONS 



Compliments 
of 



HILL BAKERY 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Drink . . . 




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Delicious and Refreshing 



CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 


Sales and Service 


DODGE — PLYMOUTH 


Dodge Trucks 


41 9 W. Franklin St. Phone F-3891 




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Durham's 


Best Store 


Since 1886 
















The shopping center for representative 
Eastern and Piedmont Carolina women 
who demand the best in fashion and 
quality. 

MAIN STREET + DURHAM, N. C. 












T II E P 1 X E § 

welcomes you to . . . 

THE OYSTER BAR 



"where the elite 
Raleigh Rd 



meet to eat" 
Phone F-321 1 



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kets! 




Chatham Manufacturing Company, Elkin, North Carolina 



Page 493 



UUinston-Salem's Largest Department Store . 



Where Nationally Famous 
Merchandise is Featured 




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THE SHOPPING CENTER 

Fourth at Trade St. Dial 6126 



II n I V I K S I T 1 C1LIIREKS 



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Post Office Corner Phone 4921 



Compliments of . . . 

ATLANTIC 

MARBLE & TILE COMPANY, INC. 

Over 40 Years in Marble, 
Tile and Terrazzo Contracting 

225-227 S. Poplar St 
CHARLOTTE, N. C 



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Page 494 




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STUDIO 



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New York 



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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 
FOR THE 1948 YACKETY YACK 



Page 495 








Marks the Spot 

In Durham 

Where You Find 

What You Want 




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A Metropolitan Store of "Specialized Shops 



Floor Lamps 

Table and Study Lamps 

at 

BEnnETT-BLOCKSIDG 



Whid Powell's . . . 

COLONIAL HOUSE SYSTEM 



"Fine Food" 



Mon.-Thurs. 
Fn -Sat 



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:00 a. m - 2 a. m. 



Across from City Hal 




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THE ORANGE PRINT SHOP 




Flowers for Every Occasion 


A Complete Printing Service 
Phone 3781 Box 271 




REHDER'S 

Chapel Hill Flower Shop 


Chapel Hill North Carolina 




Opposite Post Office Corner 



RnDREUUS-HEnnmGER 

Chapel Hill's "Leading Store" 
of better qualities 

Ready-to-wear furnishings 
and shoes 



Phone 5271 



POE-MANGUM AUTO SERVICE 


DeSoto 


Plymouth 


Sales 


and Services 




also 


Pure 


Oil Products 


Chapel Hill, N 


C. Phone 6581 



Page 497 



OUR REPUTATION FOR 

QUALITY 

IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF 

VALUE 




Congratulations 




to another 


graduating class 


Carolina 


Barber Shop 


"Since 1903" 



Best O'J^ud 
Class of '48 



For Quality Food Served 

The Way You Like It . . . 

For Beer That's Mellow 

ITS 

HARRY'S 



Page 498 



DINE and DANCE 




TERRACE VIEW supper club 




Dealers in 
Crosby Square Shoes, 
Arrow and Wing Shirts 



& 



erman s. 



FOWLER'S 

FOOD STORE 



All Kinds of Fresh Meats, Groceries 

and Country Produce 

Fish and Oysters in Season 



Chapel Hill — Phone F-416 



Durham — Phone R-723 



Page 499 



The Carolina Inn 



Hosts for the University 
on all occasions 



Operating a Dining Room and The Carolina Inn Cafeteria 



(compliments of 



FITCH LUfTIBER CO 



The C S Rooster — he's 
your personal guide 

To Colonial Stores and 
grand things inside. 

COLONIAL STORES 

INCORPORATED 




cuRVE-inn 

Beer — Sandwiches 

Soft Drinks 

Pronto — Pups 



Strowd Hill 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Page 500 



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First in Fashions in the Carolinas 

118 Fayetteville St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 




(> WHITEHALL 



Fine Mahogany Furniture 

Old Silver, China, Glassware 

Jewelry 

Mrs. George Bason Chapel Hill 



(jUtiv- 



Three Stores In Raleigh - W E S T HARGETT t SIR WALTER + STATE COLLEGE 





Page 501 



Slruwd Motor Company 

Your Ford Dealer Since 19H 
100 W Franklin St, Chapel Hill, N . C. 



Compliments of 

Sloan Drug Co. 

Chapel Hill's Newest and Finest 
Drug Company 




Serving the University Community 
Since 1899 

The 

BANK OF 

CHAPEL 

HILL 

-Member F. D I. C. - 

Clyde Eubanks President 

Collier Cobb, Jr Vice-President 

W. E Thompson Executive Vice-President 

J . Temple Gobbel Cashier 



College Shu-Fixery 

Next to Post Office 

Phone 6031 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Compliments of 



University Restaurant 



'Kansas City Steaks' 



Page 502 



Cheer Leader! 



Cheer Leader! 

On campus or after the game Pepsi-Cola is the 
big big drink that gets plenty of action ... for 
taste, for quality, for size — it's Pepsi. 




Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y 

Franchised Bottler 

DURHAM PEPSI -COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 





CANDY AND COFFEE SHOP 



If you want the latest in style 
— Shop at — 

My Shop 

112 West Main Street Durham, N. C. 



J. B. GOLDSTON LUMBER CO. 

Lumber + Sash + Doors + Roofing + Plywood + Mouldings + Insulation 
HIGH GRADE MILL WORK 



Carrboro, N. C. 



Phone F-3911 



Page 503 



University Service Station 



TEXACO 



"In the Heart of Town" 



Compliments of 

CARRBORO 
WOOLEN MILLS 

Carrboro, N. C. 




RJ4. WlarL 

Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes 
Carrboro, N. C 



CDNGRATULATIONfi- 



Hlass of '4B 



Campus Cafe 

"Ydu ArE Always Welcnme" 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Compliments 


of the 


E. A. BROW\ 


F I ' It X 1 T 1 II E C O M P A IN V 


Phone 6586 


106W. Rosemary St, Next to City Hall 


Compliments 


of 


jack upmfln 


Finest A 


in Men's Chapel Hill ian 


Clothing Since 1924 



Page 504 



Congratulations to the Class of 1948 
from the 

Hurfjam Morning, Mttaib 

and 

THE DURHAM SUN 

Chapel Hill's Favorite Daily Newspapers 

The HERALD and SUN have endeavored through the years 
to provide the outstanding newspaper service their many 
readers in the UNC community have learned to expect. 

So when you want the complete news first in Chapel Hill get 
the Durham Morning Herald and The Durham Sun. 

WDNC at 620 kilocycles and WDNC-FM at 105.1 mega- 
cycles are the raido services of the 



<JJ)vimam ^H-erald - J^un J-^a 



,per5 




Compliments of— 



B 




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asrcLOih 



Remember . . . 



UsttH 



I* 

in Chapel Hil 
COLLEGIATE MERCHANDISE 

while at 
Carolina 

. . . write for what 
you want when away . . . 



Page 505 



For Quality, For Value, For Price 



1 



arletjs 

Mens Shop 



Chapel Hill, N. C. 




TWIN -VILLAGE LAUNDRY 

and 

CLEANERS 

Synthetic Dry Cleaners 
There Is a Difference 



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CARRBORO, N. C. 
F-3541 F-3541 



Congratulations to 

1948 YACKETY YACK 

Colonial pr^ss 

Printers 

of 

Daily Tar Heel 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 



PWWi 







Compliments 


of 


ANDREWS & RIGGSBEE 


Carrboro, N. C. Phone 8956 



Page 506 



THE LITTLE SHOP 

takes pleasure in outfitting 

the 

COLLEGE GIRL 



^jroijtt 



■ er 5 

Camera Store 

Photographic Supplies 



MAKE 




YOUR 
Shopping Headquarters 




lAnlvevsltvi ^jrtonst 



Pick Theater 




Compliments of 

Hazzard Motor Company 

General Motors Dealer 

Sales and Service 

501 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Page 507 



CAROLINA'S CHOICE 




TROMMERS 




WHITE LABEL PREMIUM 


BEER 


"THERE IS A DIFFERENCE" 





Service Insurance & Realty Company 

Collier Cobb, Jr., Pres. 

General Insurance Real Estate 

Rental Management 

Telephone F-419 



The 
Carolina and Village Theatres 



AND INVITE YOU TO 
VISIT OUR OTHER 
THEATRES THROUGH- 
OUT THE STATE 



MIRTH CAROLINA THEATRES, Inc. 




Compliments of 


HUNTLEY-SHIELDS 


"Home Owned Food Store" 


Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Compliments of . . . 


WHITEFIELD-OAKLEY 


Ladies, Men, Children 


Wearing Apparel 


Campbell's, Inc. Carrboro, N. C. 



Page 508 




Covers by Kingskraft 

KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 

KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 




^jror by our Slower t lee as 

West Williams Flower 
Shop 



9906 P 0. 

Carrboro, N C. 



LLOYD-RAY 


C O M P A X Y 


Hardware and Furniture 


Carrboro, N. C Phone 3791 



Page 509 



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