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Down through the years traditions have begun on the Carolina 
campus to become the memories of "Yesterday" and the heritages 
of "Today". This book is one of those heritages. When the Di 
Senate and the Phi Assembly combined with the fraternities in 1890 
to publish the first University of North Carolina yearbook, the 
old college yell, "Yackety Yack," was taken as a name. That staff 
member who suggested the name, J. C. B. Ehringhaus, was later to 
become governor of the state, and that first Yack was to start a 
line of fine college annuals. Between these covers we have tried to 
represent the entire student body at Chapel Hill, just as did that yell 
of yesterday, "Yackety Yack!" 





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We are "Carolina Today". The classes of '49, '50, '51, and '52. 

We're the vets, the wives, the kids just out of high school, the 

coeds. We're just 17, and we're pushing 27. We've been through a 

war, and now we're back carrying on the traditions, keeping 

the Carolina memories, and presenting ourselves as w,e are. That 



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intangible quality that makes Carolina "the best", and those 
tangible ones that make it the Athens of the !^outh are known to us 
now. We're beginning to understand the importance of learning, 
and we know what it means to have an Alma Mater we're proud of. 
We're glad to be the "Carolina of Today." 





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We, the students of the University of North Carolina, dedicate 
this fifty-ninth vohime of the Yackety Yack to William Donald 
Carmichael, Sr., a true Carolina gentleman. A graduate of the 
University in the class of 1897, Mr. Carmichael, after an active 
student life, went into the service of teaching. He later became 
associated with the firm of Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company, and 
retired as Vice-President in 1942. His regard for and loyalty to the 
University has always been a large part of his life, and his interest 
and beneficence to his Alma Mater are a matter of record. Mr. 
Carmichael can be looked to as a symbol of the Carolina way of 
life. He has instilled his love for his school in the generations that 
followed him. His four sons and the three of his grandchildren 
who have reached college age have attended Carolina. It is with 
pride that we dedicate this book to a Tar Heel "born and bred", 
William D. Carmichael, Sr. 




THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Uiiifers/ly of Norih Carolina at chapel hill • i^orth Carolina State College of 
Agric/illiire and Engineering at raleigh • The Woman's College at GREENSBORO 

Coiisolidi^ited Offices 

(HAPF.L HILL 



I' K A N K P . GRAHAM. Preudeiit 

will I AM D. CAR MICH A EI,. JR. 
Conlroller and Businesf AUinaxer 



TO THE CLASS OF 1949: 



We appreciate the opportunity to express through the lackety Yack our congratula- 
tions and best wishes to the members of the Class of 1949 and to all of the students, 
faculty, and administrative staff who have cooperated to make this a memorable year 
in the life of Alma Mater. 

The members of the Senior Class, through their leadership on the campus and in 
cooperation with many groups and agencies, have, in spite of our congestion and frustra- 
tion, made several significant contributions to campus life and University progress. 
The isest orientation program for new students was carried through at the beginning of 
the college year and has been followed up by student leaders in a personal and effective 
way. Freshman Assembly was reestablished; the Interdormitory Council reinvigorated with 
its potentialities for dormitory self-government; the Student-Faculty Dance Committee 
reorganized for improvement of t'ne University dances; conduct before, during, and after 
football games improved; house discussion groups inaugurated, filling a real need in 
dormitory and fraternity life; organization by the president of this student body in 
cooperation with the presidents of the student body at the Woman's College and at State 
College of the Greater University Student Council for the presentation of the Univer- 
sity's needs to the citizens of the State and a program for constructive relations in 
the three-fold University family; and inauguration this spring by the Pl-d Beta tCappa of 
plans for an annual University Convocation of faculty and students devoted to the recog- 
nition of the central place of scholarship in the life of students and the purpose of 
the University. The Student Legislature, the Honor Councils, the literary societies, 
the student publications, intercollegiate and intermural debates, the musical and the 
dramatic associations have afforded a real outlet for the student's participation in 
his own education. The churches of the community and the campus religious organizations 
have in their various and vigorous ways emphasized the need and value of the spiritual 
conception of God as the Father and- youth as the hopeful brother of all men. 

We appreciate deeply the serious tone of work and citizenship which our thousands 
of veterans and their self-sacrificing wives continue to give to the spirit of this 
place, meriting our cooperation so that we can do our utmost for those who in critical 
years risked their all for the freedom of us all. 

The Class of 1949 has left a rich legacy to Alma Mater. Kay the spirit of honor, 
freedom, scholarship, and the dedication of Alina Mater to the moral autonomy of the 
individual, to the public service, and to the spiritual sense of human brotherhood 
always be a part of your heritage in this University. 

Sincerely yours. 



C/A. Cuujiz. (/ ■ c/A-/ O^Jtu^LAyU. 



Frank P. Graham 



Our CHRnCELLOR 



Chancellor 

of the 
University 

ROBERT B. HOUSE 




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The many administrative problems of a large and complex university that 
is the University of North Carolina are faced ably by our Chancellor, 
Robert B. House. Today a man of foresight and capability, as well as 
sincerity, is needed to guide the administration of the University. Chancellor 
House is such a man, and, through his practical wisdom, he has worked 
and is working for a greater school. Each new day brings a new problem 
to be worked out, and this is done by the able efforts of Chancellor House 
and his co-workers. 



The DEARS 



As Dean of Students, Dean Weaver correlates the 
work of the other two deans and guides the student 
body as a whole. With his previous experience as 
Dean of Men and his customary industry. Dean 
Weaver has executed the duties of his office with 
every success. 




/><•«/! (>/ Students 
FRED WEAVER 



hi her third year of being the guiding angel for 
Carolina coeds. Dean Carmichael has again proved 
her capability as Dean of Women. She has given 
able direction to the women at Carolina, and her 
genuine interest in each girl has made her a 
popular and respected figure on campus. 



Dran nf Women 
KATHERINE CARMICHAEL 



The newest of the deans is young Bill Friday, 
Dean of Men. A true Tar Heel, Dean Friday was 
graduated from State College and from the law 
school of the University at Chapel Hill. A member 
of the highest honor organization on both cam- 
puses. Dean Friday is worthy to be an important 
influence in the life of the Carolina Gentleman. 



Dean of Men 
WILLIAM FRIDAY 




Governor Kerr Scott 



The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina is under the 
General Assembly and has full power over the affairs of the school. 
Members are elected, one from each county in the state, for eight year 
terms which are staggered so that one-fourth of the number is elected 
every two years. An Executive Committee of the Board is authorized to 
act between meetings as the Boards' general agent. A Finance Committee 
is subject to the Board and to the Committee for its power and duties. 
The acting governor of the state is the President ex-officio of the Board 
of Trustees. 



Rlumni 




Rssociation 



Through the Alumni Association many Tar Heels 
after leaving Carolina have a chance to return, 
actually or imaginatively. They are able to renew 
contacts with other alumni and with the Alma Mater 
through the Central Office of the Association. This 
office is located in the Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill 
and maintains up-to-date records of all alumni. 



Through the official magazine, "The Alumni Re- 
view", local clubs, permanently organized classes, 
and a General Assembly, the Association has a far 
reaching program across the state and the nation to 
unite more than 44,000 graduates and former stu- 
dents. The Alumni Association includes members of 
classes from 1878 to 1949. 





C. F. TEAGUE 
Business Manager 



J. A. WILLIAMS 
Assistant to Business Manager E. L. MACKIE 
Dean of Awards 



WILLIAM WELLS 

Dean of Arts and Srieiif 





MR. GREER 

Executive Vice-President, Business 
Foundation 



A. C. HOWELL 
Secretary to Faculty 



The hub of the ever-turning wheel that is the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina is South Building. Here 
activity hums each day as the spark that lights the 
activity of the entire campus. Here are the deans, 
the President's staff, the administrative heads, and 
the many people that make a working organization 
gather to keep the life-blood flowing into the veins 
of the University. And here the students meet — on 
the steps of South — between classes. The building 
is truly the center of the campus universe. 



C. P. SPRUILL. JR. 
Dean of General Colleg 




W. D. CARMICHAEL, JR. 
Controller 





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and here was the difference, in 
Yesterday and Today. The old smal 
classes were replaced by large 
ones. The quiet campus became a 
bustling, busy thoroughfare. 
UUomen came to Carolina — and 
stayed. 



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SEniORS 



EMILE SALEEBY 



ED DAVENPORT 

Vice-President 



WAYNE BRENEGAN 

Secretary 



MINTIE CANTRELL 

Treasurer 




Senior Class Officers 



We the Forty-niners have panned our golden moments from the streams of Tar HeeUa. We 
leave it now for the rivers of tomorrow. Before our eyes we see the vision of a new civiliza- 
tion — a great jeweled city which will rise by our strength and endurance. It is our dream. Caro- 
lina has given it to us. 

Before the Old Well we pause for a look at the glistening flecks among the dust — the 
Bell Tower ringing at dusk . . . the moment at the football game before the Justice-Rogers 
storm when "Hark the Sound" warmed our hearts . . . the still other worldliness of the 



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Arboretum in the center of campus . . . the cool stone of the Library steps . . . our Dr. Graham 
in the White House on the corner. 

There are other bright flashes — those gatherings in the "Y" Court between classes for a 
smoke, a chat, or a cup of coffee . . . serenades and caroUings heard under a dorm window 
at midnight . . . the hub-bub in Graham Memorial's Horace Williams Lounge, pub offices, and 
student government rooms . . . the muddy paths to class on wet Monday. 

We remember also such golden traditions as ivy-covered Gerrard Hall, the Davie Poplar, 
and Old East that housed our grandfathers. 

Our years of mapping and searching are over, and we leave our Carolina with a new 
hope of conquest. In our hearts there is loyalty and gratitude to thee, Carolina, "priceless gem." 
. . . Receive all praises thine." 



Gaiety and Finality 




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ABBOTT 
F. ADAMS 
R. ADAMS 
ADLER 
ALEXANDER 
F. ALLEN 



ADAIR 
C. ADAMS 
S. ADAMS 
AEISCHBACHER. JR. 
ALGRANTI 
G. ALLEN 



B. ADAMS 

H. ADAMS 

W. ADAMS 

ALBEE 

C. ALLEN. JR. 

O. ALLEN, JR, 



REGINALD MAX ABBOTT 
Br)'son City 

( /,, Pi,. 

FRED L. ADAIR 

Washington 

Clee Club (3. 4J . 

BILLIE RITA ADAMS 

Charlotte 

llplw Delta P.; D„ily Tat Htel <3. 4); Secretary of Inlerdormitorv Council 
Cil: Sludenl Legislature (3): Young Democrat. Club (3. 4); C. C. U. N. 
(3): Graham Memorial Public Relations Director (4); Secretarv ..f Charlotte- 
Carolina Club (4); Dormitory House Council (3, 4). 

FAITH DORSEY ADAMS 

Coral Gables, Florida A.B. in English 

Delta Delta Delta; Class Executive Committee (4): Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); 
Sound and Fury (3, 4) : Student Legislature (4) ; Student Council (4) ; 
Yaclcelr Yack (3| ; Y. W. C. .A. (3, 41; Splash Club (3, 4); University 
Party (4). 



A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in English 



GREY LITTLETON ADAMS 
High Point 



A.B. in Art 

ty Club (4) ; Air ROTC 



HENRY ADAMS 
Lenoir 

RHEA LANSING ADAMS 
Durham 

Ueta Theta Pi. 

SIMEON HUEY ADAMS 
Gastonia 

WILLIAM HINTON ADAMS 
Chapel Hill 

SHERMAN ADLER 
Asheville 

/.ela Beta Tau; Hillel Cabinet (2. 3); Sound and Furv (3); University Club 
(21. 

HUBERT E. AENCHBACHER, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Siema Pi: Carolina .Magazine (1, 2); Student Audit Board (4). 

EDWARD FRANKLIN ALBEE 
Springtown, Pennsylvania 



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

A.B. in Zoology 

B.S in Commerce 

A.B. in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 



HERBERT E. ALEXANDER 

Waterbury, Connecticut B.A. in Political Science 

Band (1); Carolina Political Union (2. 3, 4| ; Daily Tar Heel (1); Debate 
Council (I); Di Senate <I. 2): Interdorraitory Council (1); Student 
Legislature (3. 41; C. C. U. N. (2, 31; Dormitory President (1); Carolina 
Forum (II. 



JOSEPH SAMUEL ALGRANTI 
Durham 



B.S. in Physics 



CHARLES GRANVILLE ALLEN, JR. 

Laurel, Delaware B.S. in Commerce 

JZ/j/io Kapiu, Psi. 

FRONTIS CLYDE ALLEN 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

GERALD ZERO ALLEN 

Shelby A.B. in Physical Education 



OLIVER H. ALLEN, JR. 
Raleigh 

Football, Manager (2). 



A.B. in Journalism 



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Senior Class 



THOMAS ATKINS ALSPAUGH 
Greensboro 

Phi Kafipii Sigma. 

THOMAS HUGH ALSTON, JR. 
Durham 

HAROLD LINDSAY AMOS 
High Point 

K,ipp„ Alpha; 13 Ch.b (2, 3. 4.1. 

ANDREW VANCE ANDERSON, 
Raleigh 

Kappa Alpha; lulerjormitory Council (1). 

ANN ANDERSON 
Eustis, Florida 

Pi H.-ia Hhi ; V. W. C. A. (3. 4); Spanish Club 

J. WILLIAM ANDERSON 
Green.sboro 

JAMES WILLIAM ANDERSON 
Greensboro 

^hi.l,-nl Li-sislalure (II; V. M. C. \. (1, 2). 

WILMA CLAIR ANDERSON 
Denver, Colorado 

SAMUEL RALPH ANDREW. JR. 

Albemarle 

fh, Beta Kappa; Flu 1/u Alpha; Glee Club (1, 

THOMAS LUTHER ANDREW 

Albemarle 

Monosram Club 13); Basi-ball (1. 2, 3). 

FRANCES LOUISE ANGAS 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Valkyries' 7 



EDWARD K. ANTHONY 

St. Petersburg, Florida 
rhi Phi. 



B.S. in Chemistry 

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



JR. 
B.A. in Economics 



A.B. in Spanish 



A.B. in Economics 



A.B. in Economics 



A.B. in Chemistry 



A.B. in Music 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in History 

(4) : Coed Senate. Speaker 



B.S. in Commerce 



LUTHER LESLIE ANTHONY, JR. 

Gastonia A.B. in Chemistry 



CECIL MARTIN APPLEBERRY, JR. 

Wilmington 

WILLIAM REID AREY, JR. 
Gold Hill 



STEVE DONALD ARLEDGE 
Durham 

RUBY WHITE ARNOLD 

Fuquay Springs 

Alpha Gamma Ovllu; Glee Club (3. 4,1. 



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



WALTER DAVIS ARNOLD 

Bristol, Virginia A.B. in Political Science 

Sifma Chi; Coalilion C.uncil; Sludenl Welfare Board; Calendar Commitlee. 





AI.SPAIIGH 


ALSTON. JR. 


AMOS 


A. ANDERSON, JR. 


A. ANDERSON 


J. ANDERSON 


J. ANDERSON 


W. ANDERSON 


S. ANDREW, JR. 


T. ANDREW 


ANCAS 


E. ANTHONY 


L. ANTHONY, JR. 


APPLEBERRY, JR. 


AREY. JR. 


ARLEDGE 


R. ARNOLD 


W. ARNOLD 




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.1949 




AliMl 1 I 

AUSTIiN. JK. 

BADGETT 



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INEKETI. 
BAC^SELL 



AVEli.S 
B. BAKEIt 



Ji. V IMNXIN. 
UAIIEI! 
E. BAKEK 



B.A. in History 



MARY LUCILLE ARNOTT 
Persia, Tennessee 

Alpha Gamma Delta: Pill Bfta: Glee Club (3, 41; Pan Hellenic. Vice-Presi- 
dent (4): W. A. A., Secretary (4); W- A. A. Representative Mclver (31; 
CheerleaJrr (4); Choral Club (S) - 

WILLIAM ASHBURN 

Winston-Salem B-A- in Law 

FRANK BICKETT ASHCRAFT, JR. 

Raleigh B.A. in English 

GEORGE WEYLAND ATKINS, JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

SlglTta Phi Epsilon; Young Democrats Club (41; Y. M. C- A. t2l. 

CLINTON KESLER ATKINSON 

Lilesville B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Kappa P>i. 

RICHARD SAMPSON ATKINSON, JR. 

Kenly B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Kappa Sl^ma. 

HUGH MUSGRAVE AUSTIN, JR. 

Smithfield B.A. in Chemistry 

LELAND STANLEY AVERETT, JR. 

OxforiJ B.A. in Chemistry 

GEORGE STEWART AYCOCK 

Charlotte B.A. in History 



JAMES EVERETT AYCOCK 
Lincolnton 



ROBERT J. AYERS 

Danese, West Virginia B.S. in Geology 

Sigma Gamma Epxilon, 

GWENDOL\TSI BABER 

Shelby B.S. in Commerce 

Western Noilli CamliiM Club II. 2): C. I. C. A. (I. 21. 



B.S. in Commerce 



SAM WINGATE BADGETT 
Winston-Salem 

JAMES EDWARD BAGWELL 
Henderson 

Plii Beta Karpa; Sigma Gamma F.pulaa : Heu.l 

JOHN BREWER BAITY 
Henderson 

Slema Phi Epsilon. 

ALBERT B. BAKER 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 

BARRY BAKER 
Rocky Mount 

EMILY CLAIRE BAKER 
Asheville 

Alpha Gamma Delta. Social Chairman; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4) ; Debate Squa.l 
(3. 4); Phi Assembly (3, 4). Critic (3| ; Student Legislature (3, 4); V. W. 
C. A. (3, 4); Chairman Public Affairs Committee; Junior Cou.cil; Western 
N. C. Club (31; Hockey Club (31; Philosophy Club (3); W. A- A. Council 
(3) ; State Student Legislature (3) ; Student Party. Secretary (3) ; N. C. 
Delegate to United Nations Seminar; Coed Senate (3); Speaker Pro-Tern 
(4); Chairman of Elections Committee and Public- 



.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Geology 

iroliiia Club. Secretary. 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Journalism 




Senior Class 




J. H. BAKER 

BARAB 

W. BARNES 



J. O. BAKER 
C. BARBEE. Ill 
BARR 



N. BAKER 

C. BARBEE. JR. 

BARRIER 



BALDWIN. JR. 



JESSE HORACE BAKER 

Winfall 

JOHN O. BAKER 
Charlotte 

NORWOOD ERASER BAKER 
Magnolia 

CALVIN B. BALDWIN, JR. 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 



ROBERT E. BALL 
Williamson, West Virginia 



B.S. in Pharmacy 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Sociology 

A.B. in English 

Cui.cil (I) ; Sl.i.le.it Lceislalure (1) ; Uni. 



JOHN GEORGE BAMBALIS 
Winston-Salem 

Yackely Yack (1). 

RICHARD LEE BARAB 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 

Club (4) ; House Managers AsBo- 



CLAUDE BARCLAY BARBEE, III 

Raleigh B.S. in Commerce 



IRVING OSCAR BARKER 
Wilson 



A.B. in Psychology 



LEONARD MORGAN BARNES 

Hamlet A.B. in Journalism 



NORMAN COWELL BARNES 

Bloomfield, New Jersey 



B.A. in Radi 



WILLIAM JOSEPH BARNES 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

ROBERT MARSHALL BARR 

Kansas City, Missouri A.B. in Dramatic Art 

Phi Beta Kappa; Playmakers (2, 3, 4). 



JOSEPH L. BARRIER 

Concord 



A.B. in Pre-Law 



WILLIAM HARRELL BASKIN, III 

Macon, Georgia B.A. in French 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Preaiaent of French Club (3). 



RALPH LEIGH BASNIGHT 
Ahoskie 



i.S. in Commerce 



GEORGE HARRY BARBEE, JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 



GEORGE FOUST BASON 
Raleigh 



A.B. -LI. B. in Law 




...1949 



NOAH RUDOLPH BASS 
Goldsboro 

WILLIAM RUSSEL BATCHELOR 
Aberdeen 

Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 31. 

ROBERT WILTON BAUGHAM 
Enfield 

OLIVER JAMES BEAMAN 
Greensboro 



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

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

2) : Domiilory CounsHor 

A.B. in Zoology 
A.B. in Sociology 

.4lpli„ Delia Pi: Inlerdormitory Council (4); V. W. C. A. (3. 4); W. A. A. 
Council (3). 

PAUL EDWARD BEAVER 
Mooresville 



Council (2. 



Y. M. C. A. II. 



DAVID HERRING BEARD 
Atkinson 

Sigma Chi. 

DORIS JOSEPHINE BEASLEY 
Concord 



HARRY LEON BEESON 
Winston-Salem 



.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

jgram Club (1. 2. 3, 4) ; 



MARTHA HUNTER BELL 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4J . 

VICTOR EROS BELL, JR. 
Raleigh 

Zeta Psi. 

WILLIAM H. BELL, JR. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phi Kappa Sigma: Soun.l and Fnry (3. 41. 

WILLIAM EARL BELLAMY, JR. 

Supply 

N. R. O. T. C. (1, 2. 3. 4). 

JOHN HUGHES BENDER, |R. 
Pollocksville 

JEAN IRWIN BENJAMIN 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Hillel (2. 3. 4) ; Flori.la Club (31. 

RICHARD EDWIN BENNETT 
Greensboro 



B.A. in History 

A.B. in Economics 

A.B. in Journalism 

A.B. in History 

B.S. in Science 
A.B. in Chemistry 

A.B. in Journalism 



OTIS CARRINGTON BEESON, JR. 

Greensboro A.B. in Romance Languages 



RICHARD HOWARTH BENNETT 

Newark, New Jersey A.B. in History 

JOSEPH NELSON BENTON, JR. 

Danville, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 




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Senior Class 



SCOTT BRUCE BERKELEY, JR. 
Goldsboro 

K„,,p^ Alpha; S..1M1.I ,ii,.l Fur> (.i). 

RONALD DENNY BERRY 
Falcon 

Glee Club (S. II: Fuotbajl l.i): G>mnastics 13. 

WILLIAM ROSS BEST 
Chapel Hill 

Wrestlins (1. -M . 

THOMAS REESE BETHUNE, JR. 
Greensboro 

RICHARD BARRY BILGER 
Chapel Hill 

HARRY ALLEN BILLERBECK 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Alpha Tnu Omega. 

ROBERT BIRER 

Hempstead, Nev,- York 



A.B. in Chemistry 

A.B. in Math 

A.B. in Chemistr)' 

B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 

C.uiicil 141; Universily Club (4); 



HELEN CAROLYN BISHOP 
Asheville 

University Club (II: C. 1. L. \. ( H ; 1 . W. C. \. U. 4); Western Nortli 
Carolina Club l.i, H: C. C. I. N. (.-il; Hoiib,- C.uncil (31: Splash Club 
(4). 



A.B. in Sociology 



DONALD HINES BISSETT 
Washington, D. C. 



ANN TAYLOR BLACK 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Pi Beta Phi. 

MARY SULLIVAN BLACKBURN 



B.A. in History 



Winston-Salem 



A.B. in Sociology 

ity Club (4) ; Yackety Yack 



B.S. in Geology 



BILL ZANE BLACKWELL 
Hendersonville 

Y. M. C. .\. (2) ; Western N. C. Clulr. 

JAMES YANCEY BLACKWELL, JR. 

Ruffin A.B. in Zoology 

MARILYN CLENDENIN BLACKWELL 
Alexandria, Virginia A.B. in Art 

(31 : Glee Club (3) ; Y. W. C. A. 



GRACE MARIE BLADES 
Apex 

Alpha Del:a Pi; W. .\. -\. (3^ 

EUGENE NELSON BLAKE 

Wilmington 



A.B. in Radio 



A.B. in Journalism 

Yack (31; Y. M. C. A. (I. 2); Wilmington, 
ounselor (3). 



RAYMOND EDWIN BLAIR 
Winston-Salem 

Muiiugram Club (2. 3. 41; Baseball (2. 3. 4). 

BETTY JANE BLALOCK 
Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Radio 



B.S. in Commerce 




1949 



B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Zoology 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in History 

; Inlerlralcrnity Council 
y Club (3) ; Swimming 



CECIL M. BLAND 
Bethel 

University Veteran .Association (1). 

THOMAS ANDREW BLUM 
Durham 

ERNEST LEON BOATMAN 
Morristown, Tennessee 

HERBERT LUTHER BODMAN, JR. 
Glen Head, New York 

DelKi Psi: Phi Bell, Kappii : D„ll^ T,ir Heel II. 21 
(4); International Relations Club U, 21; Univcrsl 
(1); Soccer (3, 1). 

JOHN HAMILTON BOLGIANO 

Stevensville, Maryland B.S. in Commerce 

OCTAVIAS BLANCHARD BONNER, JR. 

High Point A.B. in Chemistry 

Sigma Chi; Alpha Epiilon Delia. 

THOMAS NATHAN BOOE 

Asheville B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tan Omega; Western N. C. Club (2, 3, 4J . 

RODNEY LAWRENCE BOOKER 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Sigma -Yu; Phi Beta Kappa. 

HENRY VINSON BOONE 
Seaboard 

MILTON JAMES BOONE 
Clinton 

SAMUEL MOYLE BOONE 
Gates 

CHARLES MANUEL BORTON 
Richmond, Virginia 



'.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 

A.B. in journalism 

B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Lambda Phi; Class Executive Committee (3); Class Officer, Secretary (31; 
Hillel Cabinet (2. 3, 4) ; Phi .Assembly (2, 3, 4) ; Playraakers (2) ; Student 
Legislature (3) ; Y. M. C. .\. (2. 3, 4) ; State Student Legislature (2) ; 
Student Budget Committee (4); U. V. .\. (2, 3, 4). 



IRIS LEE BOST 
Concord 



HELEN BOULDIN 

Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Chi Omega: Honor Council (3. 4); Valkyr 



A.B. in History 

Council 



A.B. in Sociology 

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



FRANKLIN PALMER BOWDEN 

Norfolk, Virginia 

MARSHALL BROWER BOWDEN 



B.S. in Commerce 



Teachey 

RICHARD LEE BOWEN 

Athens, Georgia 

Delia Phi Alpha 
(3, 4) ; Di Sen; 
(3, 4). 



A.B. in Chemistry 



A.B. in Geology 



ERNEST WILLIAM BOWLES, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 



nn nn 




BL.\ND 
BODM.\>. JU. 

BOOE 
M. BOONE 

BOST 
M. BOWDEN 


BLlM 
BOLGIANO 
BOOKER 
S. BOONE 
BOILDIN 
BOWEN 


BOATMAiN 
BONNER. JR. 

H. BOONE 
1 BORTON 
If. BOWDEN 
IfioWLES. JR. 


y ^ s 


I 1 


tA n 



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Senior Class 




OSCAR MERLE BOYETTE 
Princeton 



B.S. in Commerce 



BO^ ETTE 


BOYKIN. JR. 


BOWLES 


BRACKIN 


I. BRADFORD 


J. BRADFORD 


N. BRANCH 


W. BRANCH 


C. BRASWELL 


R. BRASWELL 


BRAXTON, JR. 


BREEDEN /■ 



BdVLES 
r. BRADFORD 
BRADSHAW 
BRANDON 
BRAWLEV 
BRENECAR 



lOSEPH EDWARD BOYKIN, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemi,stry 
B.S. in Commerce 



WAYNE FRANCIS BOYLES 
Lauderdale 

VICTOR PRATT BOWLES 
Timberlake 

Phi Be:a Kappa: Inlordormilory Council (41. 

BOWMAN DUNCAN BRACKIN 

State College, Mississippi A.B. in Sociology 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

THOMAS MAXWELL BRADFORD 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

ISABEL McCONNELL BRADFORD 

Derita B.S. in Commerce 



JAMES NEEDHAM BRADFORD 
Winston-Salem 

D.-lla Phi Alpha: Cl.-C Cliil. (I. 2. 3, 41. 

PHYLLIS FOSTER BRADSHAW 
Chapel Hill 

Delia Delia Delia: Glee Club (2, 3, 41; Coed S. 
Clior.ilc Club U. 3. 4.1. 

NORMAN LEE BRANCH 
Rich Square 

WILLIAM ASHLEY BRANCH 
Winterville 

Daih Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (1. 2,1. 

BILLY H. BRANDON 
Oakland, California 

Sigma Gamma Epiilon. 

CARL McDOWLEE BRASWELL 

Monroe 

A'..,.;..i Alpha. 

ROY BENTON BRASWELL 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Physics 



A.B. in English 

; (41 ; W. A. A. (4) ; 



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

B.S. in Geology 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 



THOMAS JOHNSON BRAWLEY 

Gastonia B.A. in Sociology 

LONNIE ADOLPHUS BRAXTON, JR. 

Burlington A.B. in English 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

DAN C. BREEDEN 

Bennettsville, South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha lau Omega: Monogram Club 12. 3. 41; Swimming (2. 3, 4); Oricnta- 
lion Counselor. 



EDWIN RANIER BRENEGAR 

Winston-Salem 

Kappa Siema: liniv.rsily Club (3. 4,1. 



B.S. in Commerce 




.-v--^!^" ""hu^ 



1949 






if 



^-■^ '^^ * yv v 



..s:fa8*«'— 



CALDWELL HALL 




mUf^ 



Political Science 



The Political Science and Philosophy departments 
are housed in one of the older buildings on campus. 
Those who knew the answer on why Dewey was 
going to win and then we learned just why he didn't 
win, live side by side with the men of Spinoza. Do 
they try to bring the logic of Politics together, or do 
we call it ethics.^ Loafing around the large map in 
the foyer we can see Dr. Woodhouse plowing to 
class. Professor Lean, tagging behind that black little 
Cocker Spaniel. 




C. B. ROBSO^ 



L. O. KATTSOFF 




Dr. S. A. Enier> expounding on Plato 



While we were here we saw the end of the crip 
course. Poly Si '41 , . , departmental quizes saw 
to that. An end to the idea of reading the book the 
last minute, we found that we had to study, and 
study hard. We saw the beginning of the new de- 
partment, Religion. 

In Caldwell Hall the university presents to the 
students the ideas of men. Aristotle, Roosevelt, Plato, 
Wallace, Jefferson, and Thurmond we study in classes 
side by side, in harmony. 



and Philosphy 



PROFESSOR MARTIN LEAN 



W^^ tJ 




^K „^^^^^^^^^^^^Bh 3 


X' ^B 







Making an "A"? under Dr. Woodhousc 




PROFESSOR WILLIAM H. POTEAT 

What is vour aim?" \lr. Ilvclcr 




WAYNE KENNETH BRENENGEN 



BRE^EN<;E^ 


BRESLOW 


BREVIER 


BRIDGERS 


BRITT 


BROCK. JR. 


J. BROOKS 


M. BROOKS 


BROUGHTON, JR. 


B. BROWN 


«:. J. BROWN 

1 nn 


H. BROWN, JR. 


rN nn nn 


..A^ 



BRETT 
BRIDGES, JR. 
BROCKMAN 
S. BROOKS 
C. L. BROWN 
J. BROWN 



Lacrosse, Wisconsin 




A.B. in Chemistry 


Phi Delia Theta; Alpha Epsilon Delia; Alpha 
(1) ; Class Executive Committee (2. 4) ; Cla 
(1. 2): Danrp Committee (1. 2, .3. 41: Di 
Golden Fleece (3, 4) ; Gtail (2, 3. 41 : 1 
International Relations Club <1. 2) : Student 
Committee (1. 2. 31; University Representati 
(4). 


Phi Omega; Carolina Magazint 

ss Officer (4) ;' Daily Tar Heel 

Senate (1) ; Glee Club (I); 

nterdormitory Council (3. 4) : 

Council (I. 2. 4); Orientation 
ve National Student .Association 


GEORGE BRESLOW 






Toms River, New Jersey 




B.S. in Commerce 


T.iu EpslUm Phi; Band (1). 






K. WILLIAM BRETT 






Daytona Beach, Florida 




B.S. in Geology 


Sigma Gamma Epsilon, President (4). 






ROYCE EVERETT BREWER 






Winston-Salem 




B.S. in Commerce 


WILBUR YOUNG BRIDGERS 






Enfield 




B.S. in Commerce 


Alpha Kappa Psi. 






LYNN HAMPTON BRIDGES, 


JR. 




Liberty 




B.S. in Commerce 


CHARLES GORDON BRITT 






Goldsboro 




B.S. in Commerce 


Plii llela Kapiu,; Beta Gamma Sigma. Preside 
41. Treasurer (21; Student Legislature (21; 
Trcjsurcr (3): C.uncil lor Religion in Life, : 


ot (4 
V. M. 
Presid 


1 ; Phi .Assembly (1. 2. 3, 
C. A. (3, 4) ; Secretary- 
ent (4). 


BURR COLBY BROCK, JR. 






Farmington 




B.S. in Commerce 


BEN GEER BROCKMAN 






Gastonia 




B.S. in Commerce 


JAMES HARDEE BROOKS 






Kinston 




B.S. in Commerce 


Sigma Chi; Di Sen.ite (1.1. 






MERRILY BROOKS 






Franklin 




B.A. in Radio 



Alpha Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (3) ; University Club (4) ; Yackety Yack (4) : 
Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Western N. C. Club (3. 4), Secretary (1). 

STAMEY FITZHUE BROOKS 

Kannapolis A.B. in Physical Education 

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

JOHN GHISELIN BROUGHTON, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Chemistry 

Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



BETTY BROWN 
Asheville 



B.A. in Economics 

W. C. A. (3. 4) ; Western N. C. Club 



CECIL LAZELL BROWN 
Asheboro 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

CHARLES J. BROWN 
Randleman 

HARRY LEE BROWN, JR. 
Southern Pines 

JOHN D. BROWN 

Cedar Bluff, Virginia 

Pi Kappa Alpha, 



A.B. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in History 

B.S. in Commerce 




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Senior Class 



JOSEPH CARROLL BROWN 

Belton, South Carolina 

OTIS NEAL BROWN, JR. 
Greensboro 

WALTER LAWRENCE BROWN 
Jamesville 

Sign,,, Chi. 



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



WILLIAM FLOYD BROWN, JR. 

Canton B.S. in Commerce 

J/,./ia Kapp,, Psi; Y. M. C, A. II. Jl; Western N. C. Club (2. I); U. V. .\. 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN BROWN 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM WILSON BROWN, JR. 

Charlotte A.B. in Political Science 

lee-President (4) ; Chairman 



GASTON S. BRUTON, JR. 
Sewanee, Tennessee 

Pi .l/u Epsilon. 

THOMAS SHERMAN BRYAN 
Traphill 

CLELL TAFT BRYANT 
Franklin 



EDWARD ALBERT BRYANT 
Lenoir 



GERALD NELSON BRYANT 
Statesville 



B.A. in Mathematics 



A.B. in Art 



B.S. in Commerce 

alion (3) ; Yack,-ty Yack 



A.B. in Art 



A.B. in Zoology 



HERMAN JENNINGS BRYSON, JR. 

Rock Hill, South Carolina A.B. in Zoology 



ALTON GRAY BUCK 

Newport News, Virginia 

Y. M. c. A. (3). 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM DAVIS BUFFALOE 

Jackson B.A. in Physical Education 

.ing (2. 31 : 



HOKE VOGLER BULLARD, JR. 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Medicine 



LUBIN FLETCHER BULLARD, JR. 

Garland A.B. in Chemistry 

ANNE ELIZABETH BUMGARDNER 

Charlotte A.B. in Sociology 

Chi Om.f.,: llph.i K,ipp„ Del:,,; Y. W. C. .\. (3, )) . 



ROBERT PARHAM BUNCH 

Statesville 

dec Club (3. 4) , Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 



B.A. in Sociology 




J. BROWN 

W. F. BROWN, JR. 

BRUTON. JR. 

E. BRYANT 

BUCK 

L. BULLARD, JR. 



O. BROWN. JR. 

W. F. BROWN 

BRYAN 

C. BRYANT 

BUFFALOE 

BUMGARDNER 



W. L. BROWN 
W. BROWN. JR. 
C. BRYANT 
BRYSON, JR. 
. BULLARD, JR. 
BUNCH 




"■Wv-- 



.1949 




ROBERT DANIEL BYRD 
Burlintjton 



A.B. in Political Science 



ItVltl) 


BURROUGHS 


J. BUTLER 


». BITLEK, Jit. 


BUTNER, JR. 


BVERLY 


BYRliM 


A. CALLOWAY 


1). CALLOVi A> 


IVI. CAMERON 


W. CAMERON 


1). CAMPBELI 


E. CAMPBEI.I. 


S. CAMPBELL 


M. CANTKELI 


r.ARLTON 

1 nn 


CARMICHAEL. JR. 


BURINEV 


rs. nn nn 


JV ^ 



JULIAN COTHRAN BURROUGHS 

Charlotte A.B. in Political Science 

MADELYN JOAN BUTLER 

Dade City, Florida A.B. in Radio 

Chi Omi-sa; Valkyries (3. 41: 1. W. C. A. (.1): CofJ Senate. 

WILLIAM GILBERT BUTLER, JR. 

Laurinburg 

Vh, Dih.i Ih^l,!-. Alphn A><//.);i Delia (3. 1.1. 

RUI-US ERNEST BUTNER, JR. 
Kinston 

L.imlm Chi Alpha. 

BAXTER HAYES BYERLY 
Lenoir 

Sigma Chi. 

GEORGE ALMA BYRUM 

Edenton 



A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



Crco 



Head (3. 4) ; 13 Club (2. 3, I). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



ALBERT HANES CALLOWAY 
Concord 

>.nux,\ an.l Fury (3, 4J . 

DONALD RAY CALLOWAY 
Concord 

Daily Tar H.rl 14); Basketball (11. 

MARGARET LILLIAN CAMERON 

Washington, D. C A.B. in Dramatic Arts 

Playmakers (3, 41; Wesley F..un<lalion (3, 4): Modern Danee (3); Wesley 
Players. Presi.lent (3): H..i]se Couneil (3). 

WILLIAM CAMERON 
Oxford 

DAN OLIVE CAMPBELL 

Wagram 

EDWARD FEIMSTER CAMPBELL 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in lournalism 



Taylorsville 

Daily Tar Heel (2, 3J . 

SAMUEL TINSLEY CAMPBELL 

Louisville, Kentucky A.B. in Journalism 

Delta Kappa Epsiton; Daily Tar Heel (2); Gorgon's Head (3, 4); Inlrafra- 
fralernity Council (4) ; President D. K. E. (4J . 

LAURA MINTIE CANTRELL 



Etowah, Tennessee 



A.B. in Political Science 

(4) ; Class Olluer. Treasurer 



B.A. in French 

Jormitory Council (4) ; 
:il (3, 4) ; French Club 
se Council (4) ; Alpha 
:retary C. R. I. L. (4). 



ELIZABETH ANNE CARLTON 
Atlanta, Georgia 

llrha Gamma Delta: Carolina Magazine (3); Inte 
Cabinet Member Y. W. C. A. (3. 4) ; B. S. U. Coui 

(3, 4); Alderman Hall House, President (4); Hoi 
(;anima Delta Guard (4) ; Cosmopolitan Club (4) j S. 

H. MARTIN CARMICHAEL, JR. 

Fairfield, Connecticut B.S. in Commerce 



BYRON DAVID BURNEY 

Norfolk, Virginia A.B. in Physical Education 

Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Monogram Club; Football (1, 2, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. (1. 2) ; 
InlraniMral Athletic Stall (3, 4). 




Senior Class 




AIOIICHAEL. Ill 


CAK.NES 


C. CARPEiNTER 


J. CARPEiNTER 


M. CARPENTER 


CARR. JR. 


B. CARHAWAV 


E. CARRAW AV 


CARRERE 


CARROLL 


CASHION 


CASHWELL. JR. 


CASSTEVENS 


CAVIN 


CECIL, JR. 


CHALMERS, JR. 


CHAMBERLAIN 


CHAPLIN 



WILLIAM DONALD CARMICHAEL, III 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Kappa Epsilon; Carolina Magazine (2, 3); Class Officer (1); Daily 
Tar Heel (I. 2, 3. 4), Sporls Editor 1.3. 4| ; Publications Union Board (3, 4), 
Chairman (4); Sound and Fury (2. 3. 4). President (2); Yackely Yack 
(3, 4) ; Graham Memorial Board of Directors (3, 4) ; Student Entertainment 
Committee (3, 4) . 

ERNEST BOOKHARDT CARNES 

Monroe A.B. in Political Science 



GORDON LOUIS CARPENTER 
Durham 



B.S. in Geology 



JAMES EDWARD CARPENTER 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 



Siama Chi: Football (1) 



MEEK ANDERSON CARPENTER 

Kings Mountain A.B. in Chemistry 



C. J. CARR, JR. 
Dunn 

BEN F. CARRAWAY 
Snow Hill 



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



ERNEST RAEFORD CARRAWAY 

Snow Hill B.S. in Commerce 

THOMAS AUGUSTUS CARRERE 

Goldsboro A.B. in English 



NIMROD DAVIS CARROLL 

Willow Spring A.B. in Mathematics 

BARBARA FULLWOOD CASHION 

Leesburg, Florida A.B. in Psychology 



Bera Phi; Class Executive 
udent Council (2) ; Valkyrie 
ard 131 ; President of To 



Committee (1); Interdormitory Council (4); 
(3, 41 ; V. W. C. A. (I. 2) ; House Privileges 
n Girls' Association (2) ; Speaker of Coed 
ittee (2. 3); Student Welfare Committee (3). 



WALTER JAMES CASHWELL, JR. 

Laurinburg A.B. in Political Science 

Delia Sigma Phi. 

JANE MARILYN CASSTEVENS 

Clemmons A.B. in French 

Ch, Omega: Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). 

BEN ALLEN CAVIN 

Statesville B.S. in Commerce 

DAVID A. S. CECIL, JR. 

High Point B.S. in Commerce 

LESTER VERMONT CHALMERS, JR. 



Raleigh 

Sigma Ch,. 

RICHARD A. CHAMBERLAIN 
North Wilkesboro 

Phi Kappa Signtn. 

CHARLES HAL CHAPLIN 

Columbia 

Phi Gamma Delia; Yackely Yack (3). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 




...1949 



Pag,^ 53 



DOROTHY ANNE CHARLES 

Rocky Mount B.S. in Medical Technology 

Glee Club (3, 41 ; Y. W. C. A. (+) ; Aquinas Club. 

JOHN MURRELL CHARLES 
Florence, South Carolina 

JAMES LANDIS CHAVASSE 
Henderson 

RICHARD HURTS CHEATHAM 
Griffin, Georgia 

Phi Gamma DtUa 

GRAN P. CHILDRESS 
Chapel Hill 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Journalism 



A.B. in Political Science 

Pro-lem (2, 3, 4) J Student Legislature (3) ; 
man; Town Men's Association (3, 4), Treasurer 
(4) ; Wesley Foundation (2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A., Budget Committee (4) ; 
" ^ " •' ~ Student Legislature (3, 4); United World 

VINCENT DAVIS CHILDRESS 
Greensboro 

NATHANIEL GRAHAM CLARK 
Clarkton 

Chi Phi; Kappa Psi. 

SAMUEL JOHNSTON CLARK, JR. 
Erwin 

Alpha Tau Omega. 

DAVID B. CLAYTON 
Asheville 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Education 



A.B. in History 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Zoology 



JOHN STROTHER CLAYTON 

Chapel Hill A.B. in Radio Production 

LELAND GRANT CLOSE 

Bryson City 

i't Kappa Phi, President (3. \) . 



WILLIAM COX COART, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Chi Phi: Swimming (3J . 

JOHN COLLIER COBB 
Goldsboro 

Phi Gamma Delta. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BATTLE COBB, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Geology 

Ph, Gamma Delia; Sigma Gamma Epdlon; N. R. 0. T. C. 

GEORGE ANDREW COCHRAN 

Newton B.S. in Commerce 

.llpha Tau Omega. 

WILLIAM RAY COCHRANE 
Concord 



Delia Sigma Pi: Wei 



North Carolina Club. 



ROGER HORNSBY COCKRELL 

Nashville 

CARL HERNDON COGHILL 
Henderson 

Delia Sigma Pi: Band (1. 2. 3J . 



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



Y"^ 




Senior Class 



THOMAS HUGH COLE 

Sanford 

Phi Bela Kiifipn: Beta Gnmma Sigmu; 1 
lialiun (2). 

FRANK LEWIS COLEMAN 
Charlotte 

Alpha Tau Omega. 

HERMAN OSCAR COLEMAN 
Morganton 

Phi Beta Kappa; Bela Gamma Sigma; Delia Sit 

ELWOOD BROGDEN COLEY 
Raleigh 

Plii Bela Kappa. 

H. RAY COLLIE, JR. 

Danville, Virginia 



B.S. in Commerce 

of Lliiivt-rsity Velcran'a Asso- 



A.B. in Chemistry 



i.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Medicine 



B.S. in Commerce 



MABEL KATHRYN COLWELL 
Clinton 

un.l ami F 



LUCILE L. CONLY 
Wilmington 

Daih Tar Heel (41; Younp D.-m,„-r 

RAY M. CONNOR, JR. 
Chapel Hill 

Phi Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel 



ROBERT CARROLL CONRAD, JR. 
Reynolda 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



B.A. in Radio 

il : Y. W. C. A. (3, 41 ; Carolina 



A.B. in English 



B.S. in Public Health 

Publications Union Board (3). 



IDA KATHERINE CONSTABLE 

Charlotte 

Chi Omega; Alpha Kappa Delia; Yack 



A.B. in Radio 

Yack (3) ; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). 



LESLIE JAMES COOKE 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Chi Psi; Debate Council (2); Track (1. 2). 

MAX HARTSELL COOKE 

Kannapolis B.A. in Physical Education 

M..n,)Kram Club (1, 2. 3, 41; Football (1, 2. 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (3, 4). 

ELIZABETH ANNE COOPER 
Greensboro 

Ch, Omega : Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 

GRADY COOPER, JR. 
Dobson 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 



BROADIE NEWTON COPELAND, JR. 



B.S. in Commerce 



Greensboro 

.itpha Kappa Psi. 

ALTON JAMES COPPRIDGE 
Durham 

Phi Delta Theta. 

JOHN SHOUSE CORDON 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Kappa Sigma. 

SALLY ANN CORDON 
Louisville, Kentucky 

;■, Bel,, Phi; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in English 




COLE 

CONLY 

E. COOPER 



1949 



I'. COLEMAN 

CONNOR, JR. 

G. COOPER, JR. 



H. COLEMAN 
CONRAD. JR. 
COPELAND, JR. 



COLEY 
CONSTABLE 
COPPRIDGE 



COLLIE. JR. 
L. COOKE 
J. CORDON 



COLWELL 
M. COOKE 
S. CORDON 




Page 55 



WILLIAM PERRIN CORLEV 

Atlanta, Georgia A.B. in Journalism 

Dinly T„r Heel (I): SounJ anj Fury (2): Sludenl I.eeislali.rc (IK 



NED RUSSELL CORZINE 

Concord 



B.S. in Commerce 



JOSEPH ANTHONY GOSPITO 

Plainfield, New Jersey A.B. in Physical Education 

Fuolbali (1, 2. 3. !1, 



FRED I. COUCH 

Macon, Georgia 

JOHN PHILIP COUCH 
Chapel Hill 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in French 

Kaiir'i Siemn: Fhi Bern Kappa; Glee Club (1, 21: Inlernalional Relations 
Club (1. 2) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; French Club (3) ; YounR Progressives Club 
(3, 4); Musical Director of Graham Memorial (3. 4). 



ROBERT STEVENS COUCH 
Monroe 

JOHN KELLY COUGHLAN 

New Hyde Park, New York 

CARL JENNINGS COUNCIL 
Hallsboro 

BARBARA ANN COVINGTON 
Plant City, Florida 



LEON KERR COWAN 

Powellsville 



B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in History 

B.S, in Commerce 

A.B. in Sociology 

C. A. (3) ; Coed Senate 

A.B. in Chemistry 



MARVIN JASON COWELL, JR. 

Rocky Mount A.B. in Physical Education 

THOMAS DUKE COWELL, JR. 

Elizabeth City A.B. in Physics 

Band (1). 

RICHARD GARNER COX 

Raleigh A.B in Music 

/•/,/ l/„ )/;,;,„; fhi 11,1., Kappa: Glee Club |1. 2, 3, -11; B. S. U. (1, 2). 



WILLIAM MAURICE COX 
Greensboro 

Plii Delia Thelai Glee Club (1). 

MOLLY GILES CRAIG 

Lake Wales, Florida 

/)..//« 7.,!„: P„si,l,.ut u( Stray Greeks (4). 

CARROL MICKEY CRAVER 

Winston-Salem 



BENJAMIN C. CRAWFORD 
Greensboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Sociology 



'.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



HELEN AMANDA CROCKFORD 

Chapel Hill A.B. in Mathematics 

y. W. C. .\. (2. 31; W. \. \. (3. 4); T...>„ Girls' .Associati.m (1. 2. 3, 4). 




CORLEV 
F. COUCH 
COUGHLAN 
COWAN 
R. COX 
CRAVER 



CORZINE 
J. COUCH 
COUNCIL 
M. COWELL. JR. 
W. COX 
CRAWFORD 



COSPITO 

R. COUCH 

.COVINGTON 

, COWELL, JR. 

CRAIG 
tnOCKFORU 



./"-^ 




Senior Class 




CROCKER 

CRUMP 

C. CUNNINGHAM 

CURRAN 

DAILY 

W. DANIEL 



CROMER 

CRUMPLER 

T. CUNNINGHAM 

CURTIS 

DALTON 

DARK 



CROW 

CULBRETH 

CURLEE 

DAIL 

M. DANIEL 

DAVENPORT, JR 



SIM K. CROCKER 
Pine Level 

Phi Delia Thela. 

HARRY EMANUEL CROMER 
Newberry, South Carolina 

WILLIAM EMORY CROW 

Winston-Salem 

Sigma Pin Epsilan. 

ROBERT LEO CRUMP 
Durham 

EARL HAMPTON CRUMPLER 
Roseboro 



B.S. in Commerce 

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

A.B. in Zoology 



B.S. in Commerce 

I: Football 0): Young 



STANLEY COLLINS CULBRETH 

Stedman B.S. in Commerce 

Glee Club (2, 31; Y. M. C. A. (1, 2). 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS CUNNINGHAM 

Greer, South Carolina A.B. in Chemistry 

Plu Beta Kappa: Glee Club 12. 3. IJ . 

THOMAS EARLE CUNNINGHAM 

Winston-Salem A.B. in Political Science 

Plu Beta Kappa: Stutlenl Legislature (41: Spanish Club, President (4» : 



JAMES WALTER CURLEE 
Ansonville 

FRANK EDIE CURRAN 
Greensboro 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon : Gimgl.oul; Monoeraui 

WILLIAM GRANDY CURTIS 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

ALTON EARL DAIL 

Mount Olive 

BLAIR LORIMER DAILY 

Burlington 

BARBARA ALLENE DALTON 

Winston-Salem 



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

: F....tbaU (II. 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Art 



(3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); W. S. S. F. (4). 



MARY ANNE DANIEL 
Weldon 



A.B. in Political Science 



ilpha Gamma Delia: Carolina Magazine (3); Glee Club (3( ; Student 
Legislature (4); University Club (4); Valkyries (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), 
President (4) ; C. C. U. N. (3) ; Student Welfare Board (4) ; State Student 
Legislature (3) . 



WILLIAM GREEN DANIEL 

Madison 

BERNARD WEST DARK 
Carrboro 

ROY EDWARD DAVENPORT, JR. 

Winterville 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Economics 




...1949 



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Hiii^haiii Hal 



Commerce and Economics 



Bingham Hall, where nineteen hundred potential 
Rockerfellow's spend three of their best years, has 
Dudley DeWitt Carroll as its dean. Bingham Hall 
too, is where Dr. Woosley is head of the Economics 
Department, but we all know that Miss Parker was 
indispensable. 

The Commerce Building is comparatively new, 
being completed in 1929. But it is the secret ambition 
of Dr. McGreggor and J. C. D. Blaine to see it ivy- 
covered like Dukes. You would never realize that 
once Bingham had less than a hundred students for 
its five-hundred capacity classrooms. 




DEAN D. D. CARROLL 



DR. JOHN B. WOOSLEY 



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Professor Woodward looks on 



JUDGE R. J. M. HOBBS 



But it is all quite different now. Every day you can 
hear: "Miss Parker, do I hafta take Ec. 31 and 170?"; 
or "What are those two white buildings — 'X' and 
'Y'?". Maybe you remember Judge Hobbs talking 
about those "Onslow County hams" or Mr. Gutmann 
and his "A-way-lay-ble money". If you can't imagine 
Dr. Heath becoming a railroad engineer, then you 
will remember those Accounting night labs with the 
Friday afternoon quizzes. You might even remember 
the fact that there was ONE girl in your class — and 
she made an A. 

So, if you flunked "Pappy" Cowden's Statistics 
course (or did you have Durand), you can try again 
in the new Commerce building that will be built soon. 
"I'll see you next year, Mr. Mouzon, and don't keep 
us guessing". 




Dr. O. T. Mouzon and "intfrested" listeners 






w^jI^F^'' ' ■^ ^^^^^^B 



Dr. J. C. I). Itl.ii 



Wages, Labor, Prices and C. H. McGregor 




A.B. in Economics 
A.B. in Sociology 



E. ERNEST DAVIDSON, III 

Winterville 

MARIA ALSTON DAVIS 

Wilmington 

V. \S. C. \. (3, 4J. 



MARTHA CHRISTINE DAVIS 

Clayton A.B. in Chemistry 

rhet,i Pit Epsilon; Di Senate (4); Sludent Legislature (41; Y. W. C. A. 
i:i. 4): Staiient Advisor (4): World Federalist (4). 

NINA DARLINE DAVIS 

Salisbury A.B. in English 

4lplia Gnmma Delia: Chi Delia Phi: Dmly Tar Heel (3); Glee Club (3); 
Sound and Fury (4); Tarnation (i) : Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Student Advisor 
(4) ; Woman's Handbook (3). 



A.B. in Physics 

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



RALPH EDWARD DAVIS 
Lakeland, Florida 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

R. P. STEPHEN DAVIS 
Lexington 

HENRY PERRY DEAL 
Conover 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

ELIZABETH SHERRILL DEATON 

Statesville B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Delta; Stray Creeks (3, 4); Iredell County Club (41. 

JESSE HENRY DEDMOND 

Cliffside B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma ,Vu; Phi Ela Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; Grail; Inter, 
dormitory Council (2) ; Student Legislature (4) ; Chairman of Campus Party 
(2); Chairman ol Orientation <3) ; President's Cabinet (2. 31: Graham 
Memorial Staff (2. 3); President of Student Body (II. 



HELEN PAGE DEES 
Greensboro 



JOHN TYLER DEES 

Burgaw 

JULIUS G. DEES, JR. 
Bayboro 

GEORGE DEMAS 
Chapel Hill 

DON GRAHAM DEMPSEY 
Wilson 

Phi Delta Thela; Football Manager (2). 

ALICE DENHAM 
Washington, D. C. 



A.B. in Political Science 

Student Legislature (4) ; 

B.S. in Medicine 

A.B. in Political Science 

A.B.-Ll.B. in Law 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 



ELIZABETH ANN DENNETT 

Canton B.S. in Medical Technology 

Cli, Dmega. 

JOHN CARSON DEVORE 

Warrenton, Virginia A.B. in Journalism 

Ph, G.,mm„ Delta; Glee Club (3. 4) ; Student Legislature (3. 41 : Y. M. C. A. 



WILLIAM CREED DEW 
Red Springs 



B.S. in Commerce 



DAVIDSON. : 

N. DAVIS 

DEAL 

H. DEES 

DEMAS 

DENNETT 



M. A. DAVIS 
R. E. DAVIS 
DEATON 
J. DEES 
DEMPSEY 
DcVORE 



■»!. C. DAVIS 

H. P. DAVIS 

DEDMOND 

J. G. DEES, JR 

DENHAM 

DEW 




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Senior Class 



BARBARA LEE deWITT 

Charlotte A.B. in English 

nelta Delia Delia: Y. W. C. A. (S. I): P.in.H,ll.-iiic Cuuncil (l) • 

CLARENCE DiCHIARA 

Newark, New Jersey A.B. in Physical Education 

Monocram Club (2, 3, 41; Baseball (2, 3); Basketball (3). 



HENRY EDWIN DIGGS 
Salt\'ille, Virginia 



A.B. in Journalism 
A.B. in English 
STARK SPOTTSWOOD DILLARD, II 



MARY GARDNER DILLARD 
Greensboro 

Delia Delia Delia. 



Greensboro 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; C. R. I. I.. I.IJ. 

CHARLES DENNIS DIXON 
Belmont 

CHARLES EDGAR DOBBIN 
Lenoir 

Pin Ka/ipa Siga'a: Plu Bel.i Kappa: Inlerfr; 



A.B. in English 



A.B. in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 

C.uncil 13, 41. 



PORTER WISEMAN DOBBINS, JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi: Glee Club (2. 3. 4); Student Legislature (21. 



WILLIAM SELDEN DODSON 
Hillandale, Maryland 



THOMAS MADDEN DONNELLY 
Concord 1 

i'Aee Club (1). 

JOHN DANIEL DOWNS 
Fayetteville 

HENRY WATSON DOZIER 
Rocky Mount 

SYBIL DRAKE 
Minden, Louisiana 

Sigma llpha I, .la: Glee Club 12). 

DAREL WARREN DRUMMOND 

Morganton 

LEONARD OLEN DUDLEY 

Kannapolis 

Daih la, Heel (.t. IJ . 

MARIETTA DUKE 
Greensboro 

I III llniega: Mudent Legislature (41; Y. W. C. A 

WILLIAM ROBERT DULIN 

Rowland 



A.B. in Radio 

versity Veteran's Asao- 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Accounting 

A.B. in Music 

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

A.B. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 

:gma: Stu.lent Legislature 



DOLLY ANN DUNAWAY 

Spartanburg, South Carolina A.B. in English 

Delia Delia Delia: Glee Club (3, II; Yackel, lack (1); Y. W. C. A. (3. 41. 




deWITT 
M. DILLARD 

DOBBIN 

DONNELLY 

DRAKE 

DUKE 



DiCHIARA 
.S. DILLARD. II 
DOBBINS. JR. 

DOWNS 

DRUMMOND 

niLIN 



Dices 
DIXON 
DODSON 
DOZIER 
DUDLEY 
DUNAWAY 




1949 




ULNBAR 

DUNN 

C. B. DURHAM 

EDELMAN 



■%4 K(;^ 



DUNCAN 
DuPRE. JR. 

EBERLY 

EDNEY 
ELLINGTON 

ELLIS, JR. 



DUNHAM 
:. DURHAM, JR. 

ECHERO 

EDWARDS, JR. 

E. ELLIOTT 

L. ELLIS 



MARY ANNA DUNBAR 
Laurinburg 

Alpha Delia Pi: Y. W. C. A. (3. 41. 



A.B. in Sociology 



WILLIAM HOLT DUNCAN 

Narberth, Pennsylvania A.B. in Political Science 



JOHN WILLIAM DUNHAM 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tau Om-ea; President Carolina-Durham Club (3, II. 



RAYMOND EARL DUNN 
New Bern 



B.S. in Commerce 



WALTER EUGENE DUPRE, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epslltjn : M„n<.gran: Chib (3, 41; Manager of Soccer Team (3). 

CARL THOMAS DURHAM, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Chemistry 

Sigma \u: Cl.i^s Om.rr (21; G.rluan Club Kxeculive (3, 4). 



CHARLIE BURRELL DURHAM 
Monroe 

Alpha Tau Omega. 



HUGH WESCOTT EBERLY 

Norfolk, Virginia 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Ep^llua; Young Dei 



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



ARTHUR REEVES ECHERD 

Durham 

ALAN EDELMAN 
Raleigh 

Hillel Cabinet (3. 4) ; Y. M. C. A. (3). 

JAMES WEEDY EDNEY 
East Flat Rock 



JACK EDWARDS, JR. 
Greenville 



NANCY MILDRED ELLER 
Creston 

FLOYD PURYEAR ELLINGTON 

Graham 

Alpha Phi Omega: Rho Pst Rhn. 

EVERETT EUGENE ELLIOTT 

Kilgore, Texas 

Phi Delia Thela. 

JOHN ELLIOTT 
Pisgah Forest 

ALPHEUS PALMER ELLIS, JR. 
Weldon 

LELAND C. ELLIS 
Sherman, Texas 



A.B. in Political Science 
A.B. in Political Science 



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

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

B.S. in Commerce 

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




Senior Class 




ENGEL ENGLISH 

EXUM FALLIN 

M. W. FERGliSON, JR. Vi . iM. FERGUSON. JR 



M. EVANS 

FELDMAN 

FIELD 



ART ENGEL 

New York, New York 

PAUL JACKSON ENGLISH 
Hendersonville 



r>,lCa Tan Delia; 



Pillars (2) ; .\ii 



A 

R. O. T. C. 



3.S. in Commerce 
,B. in Journalism 



CHARLES TAYLOR ENMAN 
Asheville 

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

WINFRED REYNOLDS ERVIN 
Salisbury 

Phi Assembly. (3. 1), Speak.-r Pro-Tern (4). 

JAMES EMMETT EVANS 
Auburndale, Florida 

Alpha T,m Omtga. 

MARJORIE LOUISE EVANS 
Greensboro 

Y. W. C. A. (4): Greensboro-Carolina Clnb: C. I. C. 

SHERWOOD EARL EXUM 
Halifax 

JOHN THOMAS FALLIN 
Auburndale, Florida 

Alpha Tan (lmri„. 

SARAH JANE FARLOW 
Augusta, Georgia 

Alpha Delia Pi: Y. W. C. A. (3); Cb. 



A.B. in Economics 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Art 

l.S. in Commerce 
.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Spanish 



A.B. in Chemistry 
B.S- in Sociology 



DAVID KEMBLE FARR 
Charlotte 

Beia Theta Pi. 

LEWIS BLAND FARRAR 

Apex 

ROBERT SHELDON FELDMAN 

Plainfield, New Jersey B.S. in Commerce 

Zela Bela Tau; Inlerfraternily Council (4). 

MURRY WISTER FERGUSON, JR. 

Mebane B.S. in Commerce 

WILLIAM McLELLAN FERGUSON, JR. 

Old Westbury, L. I., New York B.S. in Commerce 

Sisraa Nu. 

WILLIAM W. FERGUSON 
Chapel Hill 



B.S. in Commerce 



DAVID WILLOUGHBY FEREBEE, JR. 

Vanceboro B.S. in Commerce 

Couneil (1); Moooeram Club 



JOSEPH COX FIDLER 
High Point 



A.B. in Art 



HOWARD LAWRENCE FIELD 

Venter City, New Jersey A.B. in Chemistry 




1949 



ROSE WELLS FIELD 

Larchmont, New York A.B. in Socioloyy 

(-7,; Omei„: V. w. c. A. (3;. 

ELLISTON PEROT FIERO 

Ardmore, Pennsylvania B.S. in Commerce 

Drliu />.<,.• A,|Mii,as Club 1:2. 3. Jl; V. M. c. A. (1. 2, 3. 11. 

WILLIAM BOYD FINLAYSON 

Charlotte B.S. in Medical Technoloev 

L,,ml,d„ (In Al,,h„: I,„,,(r.„,.rnily Coun.il (31. 

KATHERINE LATIMER FINNEY 

Eccleston, Maryland A.B. in English 



Pt Bel,, P/ii: Coed "S 
Helleni,- Council (i) . 



Chail 



of Cue.l B;ill (4) : 



of Pan. 



RICHARD MARK FISHEL, JR. 
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 



A.B. in German 



CARROL JAY WARREN FISHER 

Salisbury B.S. in Commerce 

Siema Chi; Phi Bet,, Knppa; Phi El„ Sign,,,: Moiionram Cli.li (3 II- 
Wrestling (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (1. 2). ... 

EARL FITZGERALD 

Pelham 



Ch, Ph,; Deba.e Squad 12. 31: Del,ale Co, 
Senate (2, 3), Treasuier (21: Grail: Intnrdnr 
Counselor. 

GLADE FREDERICK FLAKE 
Washington, D. C 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM A. FLAMISCH 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Sign,; Ch,: Monosram Clul. (1, 2. 3. 



B.S. in Commerce 

n : f.H.lball (1. 2. 3, II. 



B.S. in Chemistry 



EVELYN ANNE FLEMING 
Raleigh 

Y. W. C. A. (3, ». 

JOHN DIXON FLEMING 

Greenville B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delia; Lniversily Club (3) ; Y. M. C. A. (1. 2). 

JAMES SIDNEY FLETCHER 

Elkin B.S. in Geology 

Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3. 4). 

THOMAS WELCH FOISTER 

High Point A.B. in Recreation 

Knppn Alplut. 

LAURA ROE FONVIELLE 

Wilmington A.B. in Mathematics 

LLOYD WILLIAM FONVIELLE 

Wilmington B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alphn Epsilnii. 

JAMES COKER FORT 

Gaffney, South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delia; D„il^ Tar Heel (11 : Ui Seiiale (21 ■ Inl.Tfril.rnilv Council 
(2. 3); Student Legislature (21. 

VIRGINIA DELORES FORWARD 

High Point A.B. in Journalism 

Alplia Gamma Delia: Chi D.lla Phi; Camtiaa Magazine (3); Daily Tar Heel 
(3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41. 

JOSEPH BYRAM FOSTER 
Durham 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



A.B. in Radio 




Senior Class 



PAUL ALEXANDER FOSTER 

Wilmington A.B, in Political Science 

WILLIAM OMER FOSTER, JR. 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

ni Senate (4) ; Wesley FnunJatimi (2. 3. 4,1 



BETSY WHITE FOUNTAIN 

Fountain 



BEN STROUD FOUST 
Mt. Vernon Springs 

JOHN DAVID FOUST 
Snow Camp 

Wesley Foundation (1. 2, 3. 4). 

FABIUS HAYWOOD FOWLE 

Washington 

Phi Gamma Delia. Mont.sram Club (2. 3, 4) ; 

FRANCES ELIZABETH FURR 
Franklin 

WILLIAM ROBERT FOWLER 

Pilot Mountain 

IRVIN LEONARD FOX 
Oxford 



A.B. in Physics 

Physics Club (2. 3). 

B.S. in Commerce 

.nuilorv CuiRil (I); Honor 



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

B.S. in Commerce 

Football (I. 2, 3, 4). 

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



Pi Lambda Phi; Inlertn 



ity Council (4). 



STANLEY HAROLD FOX 
Oxford 

Pi Lambda Plii: Class E\c , ulive Commii 
Heel (1); Hillel Cabinet (1); Interlrat 
(3, 4); University Club (4). 

ROBERT BEVERLEY NASH FRANCIS 
Washington, D. C. B.S. in Commerce 

SAMUEL WELLS FREED 
Greensboro 

Zela Bela Taii: Tarnalinn (\). 

CHARLES BENJAMIN FULGHUM 
Selma 

Glee Club (3, 4); Johnston Country Club (3. 4). 

GEORGE WILLIAM FULK 

Pinnacle 

llpha Kappa P.si. 

JACK EMERSON FULLERTON 
Charlotte 

RICHARD B. FUQUAY 
Lillington 

JOSEPH THOMAS FOWLER 
Chapel Hill 

Alpha Kappa Delia. 

CHARLES FREDERICK FUSSELL 

Rose Hill B.A. in Physical Education 

Glee Club (3); Basketball (1. 21; Yackely Yack (41; Y. M. C. A. (1. 2); 
Treshman Friendship Council (11; U. N. C. Entertainment Bureau (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

(1) ; Class Officer (3) ; Daily Tar 
ity Council (3) ; Sound and Fury 



A.B. in Chemistry 

i 
A.B. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Economics 

A.B. in Sociology 




..1949 




FITCH. JR. 

CASKIN. JR. 

CERNS 



GAINOR 
GASTON 
GEYER 



GALE 

GEIGER 

GIBEAN. JR. 



GALINKIN 

D. GENTRY, JR. 

GIBBS 



CANT 
R. GENTRY 
GIBSON, JR. 



GASKILL 
GEOGHEGAN 
R. GIBSON 



ARCHER HAMMER FUTCH, JR. 
Charlotte 

Physics Club (3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 

ALBERT MARRIOTT GAINOR 

Battleboro 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

JOHN CARL GALE 

Greenbelt, Maryland , 

Pin Kappa Sigma; Student Legislature (1). 

NORMAN ROBERT GALINKIN 
Toms River, New Jersey A.B. in 

Taa Epiilon Phi; Baseball (1, 2); Football (1, 2) 
(1, 2J. 

CORDELIA WILLS GANT 
Burlington 

Chi Omega. 

PAUL McLEAN GASKILL 
Sea Level 



B.S. in Physics 

4). 

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



Physical Education 

Track (1) ; Y. M. C. A. 



A.B. in History 



JOHN STOVER GASKIN, JR. 
Albemarle 

Di Senate (2. 3). Treasurer (31; Student Le 

MARGARET J. GASTON 
Gastonia 

Delta Delia Delia; Daily Tar Heel (3. 4) : Yc 
(3, 4). 

JAMES WILLIAM GEIGER 
Miami, Florida 



B.S. in Commerce 

ub (3. 4) ; President of 



A.B. in Chemistry 

.,re (3). 

A.B. in Journalism 

• Yack (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. 



A.B. in Dramatic Art 



id Blade; Glee Club (1. 2. 3| ; Int< 
(1. 2, 3, 4) ; Sound and Fury (2) ; Aii 



Playmakei 

DENNIS VERLIN GENTRY, JR 
Galax, Virginia 



ROBERT BRENT GENTRY 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Kappa .4lplia. 

GEORGE DODGE GEOGHEGAN 
Raleigh 

Sigma .Alpha Epsiloa ; Basketball (2); Tennis (1); 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Journalism 

Y. M. C. A. (1) ; Fresh- 



PETER HARRY GERNS 

Canton, Ohio A.B. in Political Science 

Delia Phi .ilpha ; Carolina Fonim. Treasurer (4); Carolina Magazine (3. 4); 
Carolina Political Union (3, 4), Secretary (3); Class Eiecutive Committee 
(1, 4); Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Debate Council (3, 4). Vice-President (4); 
Interdormitory Council (3, 4). Vice-President (3), President (4); Inter- 
national Relations Club (1, 3), Treasurer (1); Phi Assembly (3, 4), Speaker 
Pro-Tem (4), Parliamentarian (3, 4). Treasurer (1); Publications Board. 
M»: Orientation Committee (3. 4), Secretary (4); Student Legislature, 
Parliamentarian (3) ; Tarnation, Business Manager (3) ; University Club (3, 
41; Soccer (3); Yackely Yack (3), Assistant Editor (3); Young Republicans 
Club (4) ; Y. M. C. A. (1. 3. 4) : Graham Memorial Board of Directors <4) ; 
State Student Legislature (4) ; Regional National Student Association (4) ; 
Dormitory President (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



VERNON RUSSELL GEYER 
Chatham, Virginia 

VICTOR HUGO GIBEAN, JR. 

Christiansted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands 

A.B. in Political Science 
RICHARD FRANKLIN GIBBS 
Charlotte 

Chi Psi; Inlrrdormitory Council (1); Y. M. C. . 

EDWARD BRYAN GIBSON, JR. 
Marion 

Band (2, 3, 4J . 

RICHARD BORDEN GIBSON 
Concord 

Phi Gamma Delta. 



B.S. in Geology 



A.B. in Psychology 



B.S. in Commerce 



n Chemistr)' 



/ui nn 




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Senior Class 




GILBERT 
GIMMO> 
GLIARMIS 
GODWIN 
A. GRAHAM. Ill 
L. GRAHAM 



GILES 
GIRAFFE. JR. 

CLICK 

GOODRUM, JR 

D. GRAHAM 

A. GREEN 



GILLIKIN 
GIRARD, JR. 
CORBEL, JR. 

GOODWIN 
G. GRAHAM 

J. GREEN 



JUNE MYRTLE GILBERT 
Charlotte 

llpl,<, G,,mm„ Delia: V. \V. C. A. 13. II: Charlo 

JOHN EDWARD GILES 
Glen Alpine 

D.iih Tar Heel (1. 2\ ; Phi A^srmbly (1. 2. 3, 

ROY ALLEN GILLIKIN 

Smyrna 

(hi P,,; Ii.lrrfraLcrnily Council (1, -i . 

RICHARD WARREN GIMMON 
Albany, New York 

FRANK PAUL GIRAFFE, JR. 

Southington, Connecticut 

■V.l.lu, F,i Delia; Plii Assembly (3). 

JOHN WATT GIRARD, JR. 
Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida 

Chi Phi: Cla 



.S. in Commerce 

^-Carolina Club (3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

; Slii.lent Legislature (2). 



A.B. in Economics 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Psychology 



B.S. in Commerce 



ulive Commillee (4) : Intcrfratcmitv Council (2, 3, 4) 
■il (II; Sludr-nt Legislature (3. 41; University Club (3) 

Yackcly Yack (2, 3) ; Y. JL C. A. (3) ; G. M. Board of Directors (41 

Finance Committee Studnt Legislature (41. 



LEE SOCRATES GLIARMIS 



Wilson 



CHARLES A. GLICK 

Kinston 



A.B. in Physical Education 



B.S. in Bacteriology 



A.B. in Economics 



JOHN TEMPLE GOBBEL, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Medical Technology 

JAMES LEROY GODWIN 
Tillman, South Carolina 

Phi Delia Theta; Grail (41; Monogram Club (3. 4); Student Council (II: 
Student Legislature (I, 41; Football 111: Vice-President of Student Body; 
Speaker of Legislature; Who's Who in Colleges an.l Universities (2). 

FRANK STEPHENSON GOODRUM, JR. 
Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Club (1); Freshman Council 



JACQUEL\'N ELIZABETH GOODWIN 



Apex 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Y. W. C. A. (3. U; Stude 

AUGUSTUS W. GRAHAM, IIII 
Oxford 

Delia Kappa Epsilon ; Di Senate (3, 4). 

DAVID ERIC GRAHAM 
Coleridge 

Phi Beta Kappa 

GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM 
Atlanta, Georgia 



A.B. in Sociology 

(4). 



B.S. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Medicine 



A.B. in Economics 



LAWRENCE PITTMAN GRAHAM 

Fayetteville B.S. in Commerce 

ALFRED JOSEPH GREEN 

Atlanta, Georgia A.B. in Chemistry 

Phi Delia Thela: Alpha Epsilon Delia. 

JOHN L. GREEN 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Tau Omega; Interdormitory Council (3). 




1949 




Bvmiiii Hall 



Journalism 



Remember that continuous chat- 
ter of typewriter keys, the 
friendliness of all the profes- 
sors, that long climb up those 
three flights of stairs in Bynum 
Hall, the old university gym? 
Yes, that was the journalism 
department in '48, but do not 
forget that a little over a quarter 
century ago our classes were 
taught by one man in the 
English department. Since Pro- 
fessor O. J. Coffin took over in 




<>. J. (;Of FIN 
Hi'ftd of Department 




Stuart Seehreist on the finer p<>iiit!< of the camera 



Ever jovial Dr. Phillips Russell 



'26 expansion has been the keynote. Now we can 
boast of five professors and two assistants, each a 
specialist, who all together have over two hundred 
years of experience in journalism. 

Tar Heels won't forget — PoUender's jobs . . . 
Skipper's coughs and cigars . . . going to court for 
Spearman . . . the Hall of Fame . . . Stu Sechriest, 
"he went that way" . . . and rushing the deadline. 



Spearman, Morrison and Pollander, all of Bynum 




And thev give five credits for this 





W. B. GREEN 
F. GREENE 
W. GREENE 
U. GRIFFIN 
CRIMES. Ill 
GRIZZARD. JR. 



W. L. GREEN. JR. 

S. M. GREENE, JR. 

GRESHAM, JR. 

C. GRIFFIN 

CRIMSLEV 

GROW, ja. 



W. T. GREEN, JR. 

S. R. GREENE, JR. 

GRIER 

J. GRIFFIN 

CRISWOLD 

Gi'BIN 



nn nn 



V/-v^ 



WILLIAM B. GREEN 
Roanoke Rapids 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 

WILLIAM LESTER GREEN, JR. 
Zebulon 

Phi Delia Thrla. 

WILLIAM TATE GREEN, JR. 
Thomasvilie 

Di S.nal,' (1); Tra. k (I). 

FRANCES ESTELLE GREENE 
Chapel Hill 

Glre Club (3. 41: Town Girls' Associ 
Committee (4) ; Baptist Sluilent Uni. 
(3, 4|. 

SAM MONROE GREENE, JR. 
Mooresboro 

Phi Ulu Alpha: Glee Club (3. t. 5); Plavniak.rs (.SI 
Chapel Hill Cbural Club (3, 4, 5). 

SAMUEL ROYSTON GREENE, JR. 
Durham I 

Phi Kapi>a Alpha; Alpha I ',, Sigma. 

WILLIAM EDGAR GREENE 

Salisbury A.B.-Ll.B. in Law 

Orchestra (2. 3. 4); International Relations Club (2); Snun.l and Fury (2). 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Journalism 



.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Religion 



A.B. in Music 

„nM,l a„,l Fuly (4) ; 



'.S. in Chemistry 



BRYAN BRISCOE GRESHAM, JR. 

Belmont 

BILL PARKER GRIER 

Hot Springs, Arkansas 



DORIS LEE GRIFFIN 

Elizabeth City 

Glcc Club (3, 41 ; Secretary of Glee Club (4) 

CHARMIAN GRIFFIN 
Washington, D. C. 



A.B. in Mathematics 

B.A. in Political Science 

A.B. in Music 



B.A. in History 



Ph, B,ta Phi; Carolina rHagazine (3); Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. 
(3. 4). 

JANE LAURICE GRIFFIN 

Vienna, Georgia B.A. in Psychology 

Phi Be:a Phi; Carolina Magazine (3) ; Dail, Tar Heel (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 
(3, 41; House Privileges Board (3. 4). 

JUNIUS SUMMERFIELD GRIMES, III 

Charlotte A.B. in Political Science 



CORINNE HEALAN GRIMSLEY 
Greensboro 



A.B. in Sociology 

imming Club (3, 4) ; Chi 



JAMES BRYAN GRISWOLD 

Durham A.B. in Philosophy 

I'lii Assembly (2. 3, I); Philos.iphy Club (3. 41; Canterbury Club (2. 3, 4). 

GEORGE COOPER GRIZZARD, JR. 

Washington, D. C. A.B. in Radio 

Council (1); Inlerdormitory Council <2I; Sound 
(I); Yackely Yack (3); Y. M. C. A. (3, 4). 



BULL KING GROW, JR. 
Raleigh 

Siema Chi; Delia Phi Alpha; Monogram 

ALAN STERLING GUBIN 
Memphis, Tennessee 

/'/,/ Lambda Phi. 



B.S. in Medicine 

Club; Football <I, 2). 

A.B. in Zoology 




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DONALD LAMBERT GUMPRECHT 

Durham D.S, in Chemistry 



JACK DONALD GULLEDGE 

Augusta, Georgia 



B.S. in Commerce 



HOWARD JEROME GUNDERSON 

Eleva, Wisconsin B.S. in Chemistry 



DENVER GOSSETT GURLEY 
Durham 

RICHARD GURSKA 
Rye, New York 

Band (1, 2); University Dance Committee (1, 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



JAMES MITCHELL GUTHRIE 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 



SMITH M. HAGAMAN 
Winston-Salem 



BEN D. HAINES 
Durham 

ROBERT THOMAS HAIRE 

Winston-Salem 

GENE HAROLD HALL 
Brevard 

western North Carolina Club. 

HARRY HOBART HALL 

Dothan, Alabama 

Band (2) ; Orchestra (1). 

JAMES WILLIAM HALL 
Carthage 

RAY EFIRD HALL 

Charlotte 

D,!lia Phi Alpha: Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 

RUTH KILGO HALL 
Charlotte 

Phi Mu. 

DONALD KNOX HAMES 
Mooresboro 

JOHN RICHARD HAMMER 
Shrewsbury, New Jersey 

Phi Gamma Delia; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Aquinas Club (2. 3, 41. 

MARION IVYLYN HAMMOCK 

Raleigh A.B. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 

iversity Club (3) ; 

A.B. in Law 

A.B. in Psychology 

A.B. in Law 

A.B. in Music 

A.B. in Journalism 
B.S. in Geology 

B.S. in Commerce 

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



LEONARD HAMPTON 

Kannapolis 

Phi Beta Kappa. 



B.S. in Commerce 




,1 MPItECHT 

(;lrley 

HAGAMAN 

G. HALL 

K. E. HALL 

HAMMKR 





m 


!^H^^', 






(;i lleu(;e 

GLIiSKA 

HALNES 

H. HALL 

R. K. HALL 

HAMMOCK 


-JUL 


GLNDERSON 

GLTHRIE 

RAIRE 

J. HALL 

HAMES 

HAMPTON 






. z: 







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JULIAN WELLMON HAMRICK 

Shelby B.S. in Commerce 

p, K,,rr« -Ui.h.,. 

WILLIAM EDWARD HAMRICK 

Spartanburg, South CaroHna B.S. in Commerce 

DOROTHY GAYLE HANCOCK 

Lexington A.B. in History 

Alpha Delia Phi: Carolina Magazine (3): Class Hc.nur C.mncil (4); Glee 
Club (3) ; Y. W. C. A. (3) ; University Danre Group (3. 4) ; Cheerleader 
(41; Women's Cabinet (4)- 

ROBERT CARPENTER HANES 

Charlotte A.B. in English 

V. M. C. \. (.'<. II; B. S. U (3, 4); Charlotte-Carolina Club 13. 4). 



HORACE GRAVELY HANKINS 
Kernersville 

UmbJa Chi Alpha. 

OBA THOMAS HANNA, JR. 
Gastonia 

Phi Beta Kappa. Eria Gamma Sigma. 

JOHN A. HANSON 
Boston, Massachusetts 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Psychology 



WILLIAM RENNY HARDING, JR. 

East Aroura, New York B.S. in Chemistry 



MELVIN RAWLINGS HARGRAVE 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

Bela Th,la Pi. 

JOHN HAROLD HARMON 
Chapel Hill 

Kappa Sigma. 

CHARLES LINDY HARPER 

Kinston 



GEORGE NEVILLE HARRELL 

Whiteville 

Choral Club (4J . 

ORRIN FELTON HARRELL 

Suffolk, Virginia 



EDWIN CHARLES HARRELSON 
Southport 

JOSEPH WAGNER HARRER 
Chapel Hill 

Y. M. C. .\. CI. 2. 3, 4). 



B.A. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Zoology 
A.B. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Commerce 
A.B. in Psychology 



PAUL WILKINS HARRILL 
Caroleen 

DONALD BRANDON HARRIS 
Monroe 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 

JOYCE HARRIS 
Bunn 

v. W. C. A. (3, 41 ; Carolina Independent Coed As! 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in History 

ition (3, 4). 



. HAMRICK 
HANES 
HANSON 
HARMON 

HARRELL 
HARRILL 



W. HAMRICK 

HANKINS 

HARDING. JR 

HARPER 

HARRELSON 

D. HARRIS 



II \N( (l( K 
IIAWA. Hi 
HAKt,KA\K 
(;. HARRELL 
HARRER 
J. HARRIS 




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Senior Class 




R. HARRIS 

HAWLEY 
HEDCPETH 



Z. HARRIS 
HAWIV 
HEIMAN 



HARRISON 

A. HAYES. JR. 

HELMS 



HART. JR. 
C. HAYES 
HENDERSON 



HARTSELL, JR. 

HAYNES. JR. 
M. HENDERSON 



HASKETT 

HEATH 

HENDRICKS 



ROBERT CHATHAM HARRIS 
Elkin 

Kappa Sigma: Daily Tar Heel (1); Young Del 

ZACK HARRIS 
Hertford 

Pi Kitppa Alpha. 

WILLIAM SHERMAN HARRISON 
Asheville 

Carolina Magazine (2. 31. Art EJilur (.11: Daily Tar Heel (i) ; Tarnation 
(3, 4), Art Editor (3) ; University Club (4) : Yackety Yack (3) ; Y. M. C. A. 
(2. 3. 4) ; Western North Carolina Club (3. 4| : Freshman Handbook (3) ; 
Rally Committee (3, 4); Carolina Quarterly (4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 

ROBERT LEE HART, JR. 
Snow Hill 



A.B. in Journalism 

ats Chib (2. 3). 

B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Art 



A.B. in Social Studies 



CHARLES LAWTON HAYES 
Cherryville 

Plu Beta Kappa: fi./.j Gamma Sigma: Hend 



B.S. in Commerce 

Math Award (2). 



EARL HORACE HARTSELL. ]R. 
Chapel Hill 

WILLIAM F. HASKETT 
Elizabeth City 

Phi Delia Thela. 

FRANK JORDAN HAWLEY 
Roanoke Rapids 

Sigma Lhi: Plu Ela Siema. 

CARL LUTZ HAWN 
Belmont 

ALLISON BURTON HAYES, JR. 
Aurora 



A.B. in Radio 
A.B. in Journalism 

B.S. in Physics 

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



ALTON MYLES HAYNES, JR. 

Cliffside A.B. in Political Science 

Delia Psi: Baud (1. 21 ; Unii 
Y. M. C. A. (1) ; Freshma 
(1). 

GORDON R. HEATH 
Kinston 

Kappa Sigma. 

JAMES HEDGPETH 
Greensboro 

Zela Psi: Wrestling (1. 21. 

EUGENE CHARLES HEIMAN 
Miami Beach, Florida 

Tau Epsilon Phi: Int.-rfraternit> Council (2. 3). 

EARL CLEGG HELMS 
Concord 

JAMES WARREN HENDERSON 
Lumberton 



B.S. in Medicine 

A.B. in Economics 

A.B.-L.L.B. in Law 

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



MARTIN PICK HENDERSON 
Lumberton 

A'op;.» Alpha: Inlerdormilory Council (2); Y. M. C. A. (2, 3, 4). 

HERBERT STANFORD HENDRICKS 

Dallas A.B. in Psychology 




...1949 




. HENSON. JR. 
J. HICKS 
D. HINKLE 



I. HENSON 

B. HILL 
S. HINKLE 



P IIFNSON 
I P. HILL 
HINNANT 



111 ATT 

I'. S. HILL. JR. 

HINSON 



IIK KMAN. JR. 
L. HILL 
HOBBS 



E. HICKS 

HILLEY, JR. 

HODGES 



GROVER CURTIS HENSON, JR. 
Raleigh 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Daily Tar Heel C3). 

IVAN CLARENCE HENSON 
Oak Hill, Ohio 

PERRY CLEVELAND HENSON 
Otto 

Western N. C. Club ( + ) ; Phi Beta Kappa (1). 

VERNON TALMAGE HIATT 

Mt. Airy 

HENRY CICERO HICKMAN, JR. 
Sanford 

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

EDGAR COOLIDGE HICKS 

Winston-Salem 

Alpha Kappa Psi. 

JESSE ROBINSON HICKS 
Florence, South Carolina 

Phi Gamma Delta; Glee Club (1. 2) ; Y. M. C. 

BILLY WINFRED HILL 
Salisbury 

FRANK POLLARD HILL 
Winston-Salem 

Sigma Alpha Epulon ; Student Council (2); 13 Cli 
WreBtlins (1); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Botany 
A.B. in Law 

A.B. in Law 
B.A. in Sociology 

B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 

(1, 2, 3. 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

lb (2, 3. 4); Track (1); 



FREETERICK SINCLAIR HILL, JR. 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 



LOUIS THOMPSON HILL 

Richlands 



B.S. 



AUBREY BENJAMIN HILLEY, JR. 
Chattanooga, Tennessee B.S. 

Kappa Sigma ; Delia Sigma Pi. 



in Commerce 
in Commerce 



DWIGHT BERRIER HINKLE 
Lexington 

Kappa Sigma. 

SARAH MARTHA HINKLE 
Winston-Salem 



MILTON N. HINNANT 
Charlotte 

Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma ^u. 

CARL JENNINGS HINSON 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 

EDWARD JACKSON HOBBS 
Clinton 

LOUIS EARL HODGES 

Leaksville 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. 



in Sociology 

(3, 4) ; Winston- 



B.S. in Commerce 



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



in Commerce 
in Commerce 




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Senior Class 




HODGIN HODGSON HOLDE.N 
HOLT HOLTON C. M. HOMAN 
HOMG HOOD HOOTS 


K. HOLDING S. HOLDING. Ill HOLOMAN, JR. 

C. S. HOMAN HONDROS HONEYCUTT, JH. 

HOPKINS C. HORNE F. HORNE 


JOHN E. HODGIN 

Chapel Hill A.B. in Sociology 


CHARLES SHANNON HOMAN 
Swedesboro, New Jersey B.S 


in Chemistry 


MATTHEW MARSHALL NEIL HODGSON 
Nashville, Tennessee A.B. in Latin 

Phi Gumma Delta; Carolina Magazine (2); Class Officer (1); Daily Tar Heel 
(1, 2, 3) ; Phi Assembly (3, 4) ; Publications Union Board (3) ; Tarnation 
(3. 4) : University Club (4) ; Yackely Yack (3) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; 
C. M. Board of Directors (3); Freshman Orientation Committee (3). 


Phi Kappa Sigma; Interfraternitv Council (3, 4); Young 
(3, 4J. 

CHARLES JAMES HONDROS 

Rocky Mount B.S. 

Pi Kiippa Alpha. 


Republicans Club 

in Commerce 


THOMAS EATON HOLDEN 

Louisburg B.S. in Commerce 


EARL DOUGLAS HONEYCUTT, JR. 
Shelby B.S. 


in Commerce 


Daily Tar Heel <.2. 3. 4). 


Pi Kappa Alpha. 




KATHARINE LEWIS HOLDING 

Raleigh A.B. in Psychology 

Yackely Yack (4): Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Pan-HelltMuc Council (4). 


HARVEY RALPH HONIG 

Brooklyn, New York A.B. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Factotum Magazine (3, 4). 


in Economics 


SOLOMON PACE HOLDING, III 

Raleigh A.B. in Spanish 


WILLIAM LESTER HOOD 

Charlotte B.S. 


in Commerce 


LEMUEL RANDOLPH HOLOMAN, JR. 

Jackson B.S. in Commerce 

WALTER A. HOLT 

Smithfield B.S. in Commerce 


Sigma Phi Epsilon; University Club (3. 4); Young Democ 

JOHN HOOTS 

Winston-Salem A.B. 

Band (1, 2, 3); Monogram Club; Cross Country (1, 3). 


rats (4). 

in Economics 


REBECCA SUE HOLTON 

Belmont B.A. in Physical Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Y. W. C. A. (4) ; W. A. A. (3. 4) ; Archery Club (4) ; 
Basketball Club (3. 4) ; Wesley Foundation (3, 4) ; Tennis Club (3, 4) ; 
Swimming Club (3, 4); Cheerleader (4). 


CHARLES HOPKINS 
Albemarle 

CLETUS WESLEY SMITH HORNE 
Heath Springs, South Carolina B.S. 


A.B. in Arts 
in Commerce 


CAROLINE M. HOMAN 

Wilmington A.B. in Journalism 


FRANK LEIGH HORNE 

Charlotte A.B. 


in Economics 


Glee Club (3); Sound and Fury (4); Yackety Yack (4). 

A 


Beta Theta Pi. 




. - JJ. n 


J^ 



...1949 



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HOROWITZ 

IIOVIS 

C. HUDSON, JR 



G. HORTON 

HOWARD 

H. Hl'DSON. JR. 



W. HORTON 

HOWE 
K. HUDSON 



R. HUDSON 



ROLAND EUGENE HORNE 

Kannapolis B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Kappa Fsi. 

EARL BAYNES HORNER, JR. 

Burlington B.S. in Commerce 

MELVIN SHEPARD HOROWITZ 

Greenville, South Carolina B.A. in Zoology 

Aliilui Kpsihm l;; Alpha Epsilon Delia; Daily Tar Hfei Ci I . 

GETTY ANNE HORTON 

Winston-Saiem A.B. in Sociology 

Delia Delia Delia: Yackel, Yack (41; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). 

WALTER LEE HORTON 

Raleigh A.B. in Chemistry 

Phi Kappa Sigata. 

LILLIAN BROWN HOTARD 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida A.B. in Sociology 

Delia Delia Dell,,: Chi- H..„,,i C..ii...il ^M : Yaekeli Yaet (.1); Y. W. C. A. 
(4)- 

ERNEST JONES HOUSE 

Marion B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Bela Kappa; Golden Fleece (4); Inter.lnrmilorv 
Council (1); Phi Assembly (3. 4). Speaker (4); Student Legislature 
(2. .3, 4); Young Democrats Club (31; Western North Carolina Club (2): 
C. C. U. N. (31; G. M. Board of Directors (3); Chairman of University 
Safely Council (4); Chairman of Legislature Finance Committee (3). 

THOMAS PRESLEY HOUSER, JR. 

Lincolnton A.B. in History 

Plii Ela Sigma: Phi Beta Kapfta : V. M. C. \. (1, H. 

KATHRYN ANN HOVIS 

East Bend A.B. in History 

V. W. C. A. (.1. 4); C. I. C. A. (3. 41; Wesley K..iinJalion (3, 4). 



GWEN HOWARD 

Sanford A.B. in Music 

Sigma Alpha tola; Glee Club (3. 41; Y. W. C. \. (41. 

CHARLES McLAIN HOWE 
Clearwater, Florida 

Student Legislature (2.1. 

ALBERT F. HOWELL 
Apex 



B.S. in Physics 
A.B. in Psychology 



JOSEPH CARROL HUBBARD 

Raleigh A.B. in Economics 

BONNOR EDGAR HUDSON, JR. 

Waxhaw B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi. 



CECIL FRED HUDSON, JR. 
Connelly Springs 



B.S. in Commerce 



HOMER TYER HUDSON, JR. 

High Point B.S. in Commerce 

KATHERINE DAVIS HUDSON 

Little Rock, Arkansas A.B. in English 

P, Bela PI,,. 

RANDALL ELIZABETH HUDSON 

Tarboro A.B. in Sociology 

P, Bela PI,,: Caialina Manaziae (31: Dalh Tar Heel (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. 
(3, 4); W. A. A. Council (3. 41; S(udent Advisor; Splash CluB (3, 41. 




Senior Class 




HUFFINES 
K. HUFFMAN 
HUCGINS 
S. HUGHES 
M. HUNT 
HUNTLEY, JR. 



. HUFFMAN, JR 

M. HUFFMAN 

F. HUGHES 

HULON 

B. HUNT 

HURLEY 



. HUFFMAN, JR. 

S. HUFFMAN 

G, HUGHES 

HUNSUCKER 

HUNTER 

HUSKE 



GORDON L. HUFFINES 
Washington, D. C. 

D,id) Tar Heel (3, 1.1. 

FLOYD HUFFMAN, JR. 
Hickory 

Pin K,i,,,,„ S,im,i. 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Chemistf)' 



GARLAND FRANK HUFFMAN, JR. 

Burlington B.S. in Commerce 

Alplm Kappn Psi ; Band (.3, 4) ; Di Senate 13. 4). 

KENNETH FRANKLIN HUFFMAN 

Thomasville B.S. in Commerce 

MARTHA ROBERTA HUFFMAN 

Morganton B.A. in English 

Pi Beta Pin: Carolina Magazine (2. 3); Y. W. C. .\. (3, 4); Recreation 
Committee. 

STANTON VANCE HUFFMAN 
Gibsonville 

Y. M. C. A. (2. 3, 4J. 



B.A. in Chemistry 
KATHERINE ELIZABETH HUGGINS 



Raleigh 



C. A. (3. 41 



B.A. in Art 

aptist Student Union, Social Chairman 



FERNE LLEWELLYN HUGHES 
Rainelle, West Virginia 



B.A. in Music 



Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Alpha lota; Glee Club. Business Manager (3). 
President (4); Student Council (41: Student Legislature (3); Y. W. C. A. 
(3): Y Cabinet; Chapel Hill Choral Club; Presbyterian Choir (3, 4); 
President Panhellenic Council (41. 



GEORGE DANIEL HUGHES 
Elkin 

Delta Sismn Pi. 

SIDNEY A. HUGHES 
Lumberton 

HAROLD GIBBS HULON 
Hope Mills 

ADAM LEE HUNSUCKER 
Ellerbe 

M. ALICE HUNT 
Oxford 

BILLY LEE HUNT 
Durham 

MARY JANE HUNTER 
South Orange, New Jersey 

Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (3. 4) ; Sound and Fury (31 : Y. W. C. A. (3). 

EARL STUART HUNTLEY, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Chemistry 

ROBERT BASCOM HURLEY 

Cedar Grove B.A. in Sociology 

Glee Club (3); Sound and Fury (31. 

ANNE ALVES HUSKE 

Fayetteville B.A. in French 

Pi Beta Phi: Yacket) Yack (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Law 

B.A. in English 

B.A. in French 




1949 



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launders Hall 



History and English 



This is the building most Hkely to succeed in the near 
future. It is the only building where teachers can 
walk up the halls with canes, wearing glasses, and 
say to a class, "Tomorrow you will be responsible for 
the next five or six hundred pages in your text. Don't 
forget your 25,000,000 word paper will be due one 
week from the first day of school ..."... In another 
section of the building you might hear ... "I don't 




DR. RICHARD JENTE PROFESSOR HAROLD RUSSELL 

Head of German Department English Department 




Folk Music at its best, bv Professor A. P. Hudson 



think this will be too difficult for tomorrow's assign- 
ment. Just memorize the Constitution, the Declara- 
tion of Independence, and a choice between the 
United Nations Charter or three of President Roose- 
velt's Inaugural Addresses ..."... and ... "I don't 
think I'd be asking too much if I asked you to identify 
any of the 3,769 characters in any of the tu'enty 
novels we have discussed. You must know the terms 
"impressionism," "expressionism," "naturalism," 
"realism". . . ." Yes, this is the habitat of English and 
History majors. . . . AlVIEN! 




Griping for English in the Commerce Room 




Dr. Taylor, "Will Doris gel an A?" 



s the English Correct in ihe Tar Heel? 




HUSTON 
HUTCHINS, JR. 
D. C. HYDER 

IVEY 

N. JACOBSON 

L. JAMES 



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O D 




K. HUTCHERSON 
BUTTON 

IPOCK 

JACKSON 

S. JACOBSON 

JAROSZ, JR. 



O. HUTCHEHSON 

D. B. HYDER 

IRBY 

JACOBI 

A. JAMES, JR. 

JENKINS 



BETTY CAROLYN HUSTON 
Fairmont 

C. I. C. A. (3. II ; Daih T,„ Heel (3, 41. 

KELLY WADDELL HUTCHERSON 



A.B. in lournalism 



Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



ORMAN DONALD HUTCHERSON 



Winston-Salem 

Alpha A'.i/ip.i P<7. 

GRADY ALDINE HUTCHINS, IR. 



B.S. in Commerce 



Winston-Salem 



ROBERT LEE HUTTON 
Greensboro 



DOROTHY BELL HYDER 

Chapel Hill 

DEWITT GLADSTONE HYDER 
Chapel Hill 



DONALD BERNARD IPOCK 
Asheville 

W.stcrn N. C. Club; U. V. A. 

EDWARD CLAIBORNE IRBY 

Blackstone, Virginia 

Plu Crnmii Drha. 

BILLY SEAWELL IVEY 

Seven Springs 

SALLY FIELDS JACKSON 
Demopolis, Alabama 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Inlcrdorniitor 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

.President (4) ; Swimming 



A.B. in Histor}^ 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in journalism 

A.B. in Chemistry 

B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in English 

il (I) ; Y. W. C. \. (41 ; CoeJ 



ELOISE JACOBI 

Wilmington 



A.B. in Sociology 

Basketball (41: Yacketv Yack 13); Student .\.h iser (41: Campus Party 
Secretary (4); Wilmington Club Treasurer (31: Wi.rl.l Student Fund (3); 
C. I. C. A. President (4). 



NORMAN HAROLD JACOBSON 
Lenoir 

Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

SIMON ARTHUR JACOBSON 
Spofford, New Hampshire 

Swimming (1); Yackety Yack (2, 3. 4). 

ALBERT WARREN JAMES, JR. 
Laurinburg 

UI.e Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Yackely Yack (3). 

LENUE TYSON JAMES 

Winston-Salem 

JOSEPH E. JAROSZ, JR. 
Graham 

P, Kapp,, Alpha; Smmming 111: D.,rni M: 

LESLIE HUGH JENKINS 
Bryson Cit)- 

Pi Kappa Phi: Alpha Chi Sigma. 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 

A.B. in lournalism 
B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Chemistry 




Senior Class 



DARGAN LUCIUS JENNINGS 

Camden, South Carolina B.A. in Chemistry 

Baseball (1) ; Y. M. C. A. (II. 

MILTON HENRY JENNINGS, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Sociology 

CHARLES MARION JOHNSON, JR. 

Raleigh B.A. in Political Science 

Ka,.,,a Sigm«: Inlerfraternily Council (4); 13 Cl.ib. 

EDWARD ROYCE JOHNSON 

Alexandria, Virginia 

pill Kiirpn Signiti. 

EUGENE ALLEN JOHNSON 
Aberdeen, South Dakota 

GEORGE JOHNSON, JR. 

Wilmington 

P/ii ll.ll.i riu-la; Phi n,l,i K„ppa. 

JOSEPH MILTON JOHNSON 
Sanford 

Inlrrdormitory Cnuncil (3); Sound md Fury (1); Student Legislature (1); 
Lniversitv Club (2, 3. 4) ; University Dance Committee (3. 4) ; Young 
Democrats Club (3, -l) ; G. M. Board of Directors (3, 41 ; Men's Council (2). 

PAUL LYNDON JOHNSON, JR. 

Sanford B.S. in Commerce 

,1. V. Baseball (3). 

PERCY TRANTHAM JOHNSON, JR. 
Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

RICHARD EARL JOHNSON 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 
B.S. in Medicine 

B.A. in Chemistry 



B.A. in Radio 

1 and Ki.rv (2. 3); Univcrsitv Dance Club 



WALTER SCHOLL JOHNSON 

Concord B.A. in Economics 



K'lppa Sigma; 



nd Fury (3, 4) 



VICTOR LYNN JOHNSON 
Ashevilie 

n,ll« Sigmii Pi: Western N. C. Club (1, 2. 3. II 



B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES WILSON JOHNSTON, III 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

Hand (II. 



HARVEY WYLIE JOHNSTON 
Charlotte 



B.S. in Medicine 



MARY FRANCES JOHNSTON 

West Palm Beach, Florida B.A. in Journalism 

i:hi Omega; Beta Phi Gamma; Phi Thela Kappa; Class Honor Council (4). 

WILEY WARREN JOHNSTON, JR. 

Manteo B.S. in Physics 

Clrc Club (1, 2, 3, 41 ; University Club (21. 



CAMILLA XAN JONAS 
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 



B.A. in Journalism 



Di-lla Delia Delia; Daily Tar Heel. Business Slafl (31: Sound and Fury (3); 
Tarnaiiort (41; Y. W. C. A.. Career's Conimiltee (1): Social Chairman 
Mclver Dormitory, Secretary Delia Delia Delia; Order ol the Golden Bears. 

ALICE McADEN JONES 

Charlotte B.A. in Political Science 

Clii Iomega; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Social Chairman Chi Omega (3). 




U. JENMNGS 

E. I!. JOH.NSON 

J. JOHNSON 

R. JOHNSON 

<:. JOHNSTON. Ill 

». JOHNSTON. JR 



M. .|K\M^|;^ 

E. \. KIIIN 
p. JdllNSlIN 
W . JOHNSON 
H. JOHNSTON 
JONAS 



JH. 



JOHNSON, JR. 
JOHNSON. JR. 
T. JOHNSON. JR. 
V. JOHNSON 
M. JOHNSTON 
JONES 




..1949 



Page SI 









J. F. JONES 
E. JOYKER, JR. 
KAUFFMAN, JR. 



M. J<»ES 
J. JOV^ER 
KAVAIVAUCH 



CLYDE WA^TSTE JONES 
Badin 

DAVID CROCKETT JONES, JR. 
Harlan, Kentucky 

ESTELLE TOMLINSON JONES 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Chi Omegti, Treasurer (1); Y. W. C. A. (II. 

JAMES MARSHALL JONES 
Marshville 

JOSEPH FREEMAN JONES 
Winston-Salem 



MABEL SPERLING JONES 
Boiling Springs 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 

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

; Sigiiiti Phi Epsilon ; 

A.B. in English 



ROY WINFRED JONES 

Flat Rock A.B. in Physical Education 



WILLIAM BAIN JONES 
Badin 



B.S. in Commerce 



WALTER CLARKE JONES, JR. 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma; German Club Executive (1); Interfraternily Council (4J ; 
Order of the Minataurs; Eastern Carolina Club; President of Kappa Sigma. 



THOMAS MURPHY JORDAN 

Fayetteville B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Taa Omega: Phi Beta Kappa: President of Junior Class; Gorgon's 
Hr.id; Inlerfraternity Council (3, 4); Soccer (4). 

EDWARD GREY JOYNER, JR. 

Wilson A.B. in Journalism 

Alpha T„u llm,-g„: Daily Tar Heel (2. 3. t) ; Publications Board (3, 4) ; Grail 
13. U- 

JAMES SIDNEY JOYNER 
Franklinton 

R. REGGIE KACHIGIAN 

Detroit, Michigan 

Playniakers (3). 

GERALD H. KANTER 
Kinston 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in French 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Sociology 



BERTHA KAPLAN 
Durham 

Alpha Kappa Delta; Carolina Magazine (3); Hillel Cabinet (3, 4); Facto 
(II: Student Advisor (4); YackelY Yack (3. 4), Sophomore Editor (4); 
Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) 

JOHN E. C. KAPP 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Ph, Bcia Kappa: Inlerdormitory Council (4); Y. M. C. A. (4). 

CHARLES CROUCH KAUFFMAN, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia A.B. in Political Science 

Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 41; Inleruulioual Relations Club (4). 

ROBERT HENRY KAVANAUGH 

Baltimore, Maryland A.B. in Journalism 

Chi Phi; Lacrosse (1, 2), Captain (1). 







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Senior Class 




KEARNS, JR. 

KENION 
KILLEFFER 



KEEN 

KENNEDY 

J. KING, JR 



(.. KELLY 

KERR 

R. KIRBY, JR. 



R. KELLY 

KIGER 
Vi . KIRBY 



FRED MARTIN KEARNS, JR. 
Asheboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



ISABEL DABNEY KERR 
Arlington, Virginia 



A.B. in English 

und and Fury 



MARGARET ANN KEEN 
Macon, Georgia 

Alpha Delia Pi. 

JAMES ARTHUR KEIGER 
Asheville 

Sigma Chi: Monogram Club (3, 4); GolT (2). 

VICTOR JULIAN KELLEY 
Chapel Hill A. 

GRAHAM CORNELIUS KELLY 
Wilmington 

ROBERT YOCUM KELLY 
Gastonia 

Anppu Sigma: C.-rnian Club Executive 14); Ui 

EDMUND OLIVER KENION 

Hillsboro 

ROZELLE KENNEDY 
Greensboro 

GEORGE B. KEN^'ON 
Charlotte 

WALTER CHARLES VINCENT 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 



A.B. in Mathematics 

A.B. in Economics 

B. in Political Science 
A.B. in Chemistry 
B.S. in Commerce 

■ ivcrsily Club (3. 4). 

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

B.S. in Commerce 

KERMAN 

A.B. in Chemistry 



KEMPER LEE KIGER 

Rural Hall B.S. in Commerce 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Interdormitory Council <1). 

ROBERT AYERS KILLEFFER 

Crestwood, New York B.S. in Chemistry 

Phi Delia Thiia: Daily Tar Heel (1). 

JAMES B. KING, JR. 

Louisburg A.B. in Chemistry 

Band (4); Daih Tar Heel (1, 3, 4); Glee Club (4). 



WILLIAM JOSEPH KING 
Bradenton, Florida 



A.B. in Sociology 



FRANK KIMBALL KINNEY 

Daytona Beach, Florida A.B. in Dramatic Art 

Cl.e Club (1, 2); Playmakers (3, 41; Wislmiiislor Student Croup (3. 4). 

ROBIN SMITH KIRBY, JR. 
Charlotte 

Kappa Alpha: Dance Cominitlee (2, 31 ; Crail (2. 3. 4) ; Student Council (3) ; 
Interlralernilv Council (3); University Club (2); University Dance Com- 
mittee (2, 3J ; Secretary and Treasurer ..1 Student Body (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



WALLACE HINES KIRBY 
Roxboro 



B.S. in Commerce 




..1949 



ROBERT EDWARD KIRKLAND, |R. 



Wilson 

Ztia Pn; Phi Una Kapiia; Dai.ie Commitlee 
.lurmitoiv Council (41. 

JOHN JACOB KISER 
Hickory 

Phi M„ Alpha; Universily S^m,,h^.n^ II. 2. 3. 1 

GEORGE BRADLEY KLUMPH 
Charlotte 

Kappa Sigma. 

ANN COOPER KNIGHT 
Tampa, Florida 

Ch, (Imega: Clef Club 131: Slu.l.iil L.eisjaluri 
Pan-Helknic Council (3, 4j . 

FLORENCE EDITH KNIGHT 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Alpha Delia Pi. Di Senate {3. 41; Valkvries 
•Studenl Legislature (3. 41; Slujenl 
(3. 4); Carolina Forum (3, 4); Pan-l 



B.S. in Commerce 

; Grail (2. 3, 4) ; Inter- 



A.B. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Sociology 

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



A.B. in Spanish 

es (41: Y. W. C. A. (3. 4): 
Cabinet (41; Canterbury Club 
Council (41. 



HERBERT JOSEPH KNIGHT 
Rocky Mount 

Phi Biia Kappa; Delia Sipnta Pi. 

JOE LANE KNIGHT 
Winston-Salem 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Y. M. C. .\. (3, 4). 

NORMAN KOHLER 
New York, New York 

Monogram Club (3, 4); Basketball 111. 

GENE FONVIELLE KOONCE 
Jacksonville 



B.S. i.n Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistr)' 



ROBERT HENRY KOONTS 
High Point 

Ph, Del a Theta; C 
(3. 4J. 



B.S. in Commerce 

Head (3. 4); Student Legislature (II; Football 



ELIZABETH ANN KOONTZ 

Louisville, Kentucky A.B. in Radio 

Alpha Gamma Delta; Daily Tar Heel (4). 

WILLIAM GORDON KORNEGAY 

Warsaw A.B. in History 

Dail^ Tar He, I III; l>laMn.,ker5 (II; Carolina Quarterly 111. 

KARL KURBJUN, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 

Kappa Alpha; Track (3j . 

WILLIAM LOCKHART KYLE. JR. 

Kinston A.B. in Mathematics 

Kappa Sigma. 

MARY TANDY LACY 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 



A.B. in Economics 



A.B. in History 

Chi Omega; Interdormilory Council (3, 4|; Y. W. C. .\. (3. 4); Treasurer of 
Pan. Hellenic Council (41: Secretary of Coed Senate (41; Bai.tist Student 
t'nion (4). 



CASPER GARNETT LAMB 
Elizabeth City 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Band (1, 2. 3, 1.1. 



A.B. in Chemistr)' 



CLEMENT MANLY LANCASTER 

Rural Hall A.B. in |ournalism 

Daily Tar Heel (41; Yourg Democrats Club (41. 

CLAUDE DILLARD LANCASTER, JR. 

New Bern B.S. in Commerce 



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Senior Class 



PATRICIA JANE LANCASTER 
Castalia 



A.B. in English 



SHERWOOD JEROME LANCASTER 

Vanceboro B.S. in Chemistr)' 

Chi Psi. 

MONROE MITCHELL LANDRETH, JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi; Dance Committee (4); Crail : Interdormitory Council (4); 
Senior Ring Committee. Chairman (4) ; Coalition Cabinet, President (4) ; 
Charlotte Carolina Club. President (3). Treasurer (2); Student .\udit Board, 
Chairman (3); Preshman Orientation Counselor (4). 

JAMES FRANKLIN LANE 

Wilson B.S. in Commerce 

JAMES STUART LANE 

Chapel Hill A.B. in English 

ROBERT SCOTT LANGLEY 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

HENRY JEROME LANGSTON 

Danville, Virginia A.B. in Radio 

Dtlia K'lppa EpsiloTi. 

JAMES CONRAD LANIER. JR. 

Greenville A.B. in Political Science 

Phi Gamma Delta; Track (1) . 

VIOLET VIRGINIA LaRUE 

Raleigh A.B. in English 

Glee Club (3, 4) ; Daih Tar Heel (3, 4) ; Phi Assembly (4| ; Playmakers 
(3. 4) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Tarnation (4) ; Yackely Yack (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 
(3. 4); Carolina Quarterly (4); Choral Club (4). 



EDWARD COLUMBUS LASSITER 

Newport News, Virginia A.B. in Psychology 

STELLA WHITE LASSITER 

Potecasi A.B. in Journalism 

Chi Omega; YacketyYack (31; Y. W. C. .\. (3. 4). 

SAMUEL THOMPSON LATTIMORE 

Fallston 



PETER E. LAVIN 
Chapel Hill 

BETSY TOM LAWRENCE 
Raleigh 

Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4J . 

ROY HENDERSON LAWRENCE 
Sanford 



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

B.S. in Commerce 



FERD OLBERT LAWSON, JR. 

Sumter, South Carolina A.B. in Political Science 

Zeta Psi. 

JOSEPH CLARENCE LEARY, JR. 
Edenton 

Sigma Sti; Band (1); Interdormity Cour 
Chairman. Elections Committee (4) ; Ori. 
tory Vice-President (1); Public Relatior 



A.B. in Economics 

il (1); Student Legislature (3, 4); 



CHARLES BURKHEAD LEDBETTER 

Raleigh A.B. in Chemistry 




..1949 



ROBERT WILLIAM LEDBETTER 

Morganton B.S. in Commerce 

CLAUDIA DYKES LEE 

Marshallville, Georgia B.S. in Commerce 

Al/jkn Delia P;,- SijLisli Club (.). -M ; C:lii'.-il,;Hlfr (li. 



JOHN COOK LEE 
Marshallville, Georgia 

Sigmii AJplia Epsilon. 

MARVIN WILLIAM LEE 
Hopewell, Virginia 

Kappa Alpha; Student Legislature (-ij. 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Political Science 



JOSEPH GRANT LEFKOWITZ 
Orlando, Florida 



COLBERT BLAIR LEONARD 
Chapel Hill 



GILBERT GARY LEONARD 

Peachland 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

HUBERT LEON LEONARD 

Lexington 

WALTER EVAN LEONARD 
Hickory 

JEAN MARIE LESTER 
St. Petersburg, Florida 



A. BRUCE LEVIN 
Winston-Salem 

IRA OSBORNE LEWIS 
Marshallberg 

DAVID MURRAY LINDSAY 
High Point 

Kappa Alpha: Glee Club (2, 3); l.^i Club (3). 

KENNETH CHARLES LINEBACK 
Winston-Salem 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Stujeut Lejislature (.51. 

CHARLES ROSCOE LINVILLE 
Winston-Salem 

Sigma Phi Epsiloii; Interfraternity Council (31. 

DANIEL MORRIS LIPMAN 
Beaufort 

EDWIN WHITE LITAKER 
Monroe 

Band (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EDWARD MASON LITTLE 
Greensboro 

Phi Beta Kappa; Baua (1, 2); Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

(4) ; Interfraternity 



A.B. in Radio 

2, 3, 4) ; SouuJ and 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Physics 

A.B. in Chemistry 

A.B. in History 

I ; House Privileges Board 

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

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Music 

B.S. in Physics 



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R. LEDBETTER 
M. LEE 
C. LEONARD 
LESTER 
MNDSAV 
LIPMAN 



C. LEE 

LEFKOWITZ 

H. LEONARD 

LEVIN 

LINEBACK 

LITAKER 



J. IKK 

C. LEHNAHIJ 

LEO.NAKl) 

LEWIS 

INVILLE 

. LITTLE 




y 



Senior Class 




W . LITTLE, JR. 

T. LOCKHART 

C. LONG 

M. LOWE 

LOWENSTEIN 

J. LUCAS 



LOCKE Y. JR. 
LOFTUS 

LOVE 

R. LOWE 

LOWRIMORE. JH, 

P. LUCAS 



J. LOCKHART 
B. LONG 
LOWDER 
W. LOWE 
LOWRY 
LUKE 



WILLIAM BENNETT LITTLE, JR. 

Wadesboro B.S. in Commerce 

k-ipj'a Sigma. 



FORREST LOCKEY, JR. 

Aberdeen 

Alpha Tau Om.-g„. 

JOHN KELLY LOCKHART 

HiUsboro 

THOMAS ASHE LOCKHART 

Charlotte 

Di Senale (1. 2. 3): Intprnaliuiial Relations 
1.31; Campus Parlv (2. 3|; Seirelary. T 
Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3). 

MICHAEL JOSEPH LOFTUS 

Greenbelt, Maryland A.B. in Political Science 

Interdormilory Council (3. -11: Monogram Club (2. 3. 41; Basketball (1, 2), 
Manager; Spanish Club 141; Assistant Director. Graham Memorial (41. 

BETTY MARIE LONG 

Salisbury 



B.S. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Law 

tudent Legislature 



A.B. 

I. C. A. (3, 4), Pre 



English 

:n. (4). 



CHARLES ORIS LONG 

Thomasville 



O.iiVv T,„ Hetl 13. 41: Student Legislature (2. 31. 
Young Republicans Club (3. 41 ; Di Senate. Preside 
dent (3); Slate Student Legislature (II, Speaker (3 
Chairman; SluJtnt Parly (1, 2. 3. 41. Chairman (3 

NICHOLAS ARMISTEAD LOVE 

Raleigh 

Phi Gnmm.i Dcba: Delia Phi Alpha. 

ANN EUTSLER LOWDER 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

Y. W\ C. A. (3, 4). Social Service Con 
(3. 41 ; W. A. A. Dormitory Representativ 

MAURICE JACK LOWE 

Liberty 

RONE PATRICK LOWE 

Wadesboro 



B.S. in Commerce 

. Speaker Pro-Tem (3) ; 



B.S. in Medicine 



A.B. in Sociology 

•relary (4) : Splash Club 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Journalism 

WALTER ARCHELOUS LOWE 

Canton B.S. in Commerce 

Scriblers Club (2); Philomathian Literary Society (2 1. 

ALLARD KENNETH LOWENSTEIN 

Scarsdale, New York A.B. in Historj' 

Daily Tar Heel (1), Associate Editor (4); Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4). President 
(3), Vice.Prcsident (2); Debate Council (2); Glee Club (2); Hillel Cabinet 
(21: Campus Constitution Committee (1, 2| ; N. S. A. Delegate (4); Student 
Legislature (2, 4), Chairman, Ways and Means Committee (2); Student 
Council (3) ; Executive Committee, SDA (4) ; State Student Legislature 
(1, 2, 3); Chairman: UNC Delegation (2); Amphoterothon <2, 3); World 
Federalists. Vice-President (4). 

CHARLES SPURGEON LOWRIMORE, JR. 



Wilmington 

Phi Kapp.i'^ Sigma. Treasurer (41. 

CHARLES BURTON LOWRY 

Raleigh 

JOAN LUCAS 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

Delia Delia Delia. House P 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Council (3, 4) : Y. W. C. A. (S) 

PEGGY ANN LUCAS 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Delia Delia Delia, President (4) 

lature (3) ; W. A. A. (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4) 

WILLIAM THOMAS LUKE 
Abbeville, Georgia 

Spanish Club (3) ; Soccer (3) ; Air R. O. T. C. 



B S. in Medical Technology 

t (4) ; Interdormitory Council (4) ; 
■man (Summer School) (3) ; W. A. A. 



B.S. in Medical Technology 

Hellenic Council (41; Student Legis- 



B.S. in Commerce 

(3. 4). 




1949 



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l'llliii|» Hall 



On Cameron Avenue stands a tall building of Gothic 
mould, the home of math and physics majors. 
Although the style of Phillips is one of the oldest in 
architectural design, within its halls are fostered the 
newest and most advanced scientific ideas. 

Wandering through the classrooms one is apt to 
come upon Dr. W^hyburn, head of the Math Depart- 
ment, explaining the discontinuity of a function to 
a group of befuddled students, while elsewhere in 
the building Dr. Rosen is happily extracting energy 
states from the hyper-geometric form of Schrodinger's 




PAUL SHEARIN W. M. WHYBURN 

Head of Physics Departineiil Heuil of Mathematics Department^ 




Professor J. W. Lasley in seminar 



wave equation. In the lecture room Dr. Fussier vainly 
attempts to instill the fundamentals of physics to 
beginning students, as more advanced physicists 
struggle with their research in the laboratories. 

Phillips truly leads the University in its contribu- 
tions to knowledge. 



Even the Bicycle is a law of physics 








Professor Otto Stnhhnan on the finer 
points. 




Professor Hobbs and Linker solve x 
over z. 




DR. HOWARD HOTEIJ.IX; 
Head of Mathematical Statistic Depnrlnieiil 



Page 89 




FRITZ BARTLEY LUTHER 

Albemarle 

DAVID SARGENT McADAMS 
Burlington 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Ma. Alpha, Nalional Counselor (4); Student Enter- 
lainnient Committee (4); University Svmphony Orchestra (2, 3), Concert 
Master (41. Secretary-Treasurer (4); Men's Glee Club (3); Winner Novice 
Doul)l,-s in Fall Tennis Tournament— Intraniurals (31. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Music 



CHARLES OTHANIEL McAFEE, JR. 



Macon, Georgia 

JAMES LEON McALLISTER, JR. 
Roper 

lnlcr.l.,rmitory Council (11; Wesley Foundation 



B.S. in Commerce 



.A. in Entrlish 



ROBERT M. McAllister 

Raleigh B.A. in History 

Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa; A. R. 0. T. C Fir«t 1.1. (31, Maj. (4|. 

MURRAY DAVID McCAIN, JR. 

Newport B.A. in Dramatic Art 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club (2); Playmakers (2, 3. 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 

IM. C. 



ANDREW FRANCIS McCALL 

Laurinburg 

RUTH MARY McCANN 
Asheviile 

Alpha Gamma Del:a; Glee Club (3, 4); Yackfly Yack (4); West 
Club (3); Aquinas Club (3), Secretary (4). 

WILLIAM M. McCAULEY 
Chapel Hill 

DANIEL WEBSTER McCLAIN 
Kure Beach 



VAN PATRICK McCLELLAN 
Greensboro 

JACK PASCHAL McDANIEL 
Fayetteville 

Wrestling (1, 2). 



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

Ion-Carolina Club, Social 
(4) ; Yackety Yack (3) . 

B.A. in Psychology 
B.A. in Zoology 



JAMES McKINNON McDIARMID 
Raeford 

CON T. McDonald 

Columbia, Georgia 

Phi Delia Thela. 

ELIZABETH McDONALD 
Gastonia 



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



JOHN SHERWOOD McDUFFIE 
Miami, Florida 

Lamhda Chi Alpha. 

WILLIAM GROVER McFADDEN 
Morganton 

JACK EUGENE McGEE 
Winston-Salem 



B.A. in Sociology 

Club (4) ; YackflY Yack 



B.A. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



LUTHER 


McADAMS 


J. McAllister, jr. 


R. McAllister 


McCALL 


McCANN 


McCLAIN 


McCLELLAN 


MeOIARMID 


C. McDONALIl 


McDUFFIE 

1 nn 


McFADDEN 


Vs nn nn 


^^^A-'-^ 



McAFEE, JR. 
McCAIN, JR. 
McCAULEY 
McDANIEL 
E, McDONALD 
McGEE 




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GILBERT LOUIS McGILL 

Baltimore, Maryland B.S. in Chemistry 

MARY HARPER McGOUGAN 

Lumber Bridge B.A, in History 

Alpha Gamma Delia: Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). 

THOMAS COWAN McILHENNY 

Lynchburg, Virginia B.S. in Geology 

.Sii'mrt Gamma Ep^ilon. 

WILLARD LYNN McINTOSH 
Greensboro 



B.S. in Geology 
A.B. in Journalism 



SAM STEWART McKEEL 
Walstonburg 

Daily Tar Heel (3, 4). 

ELEANOR JEAN McKEITHEN 

Bethesda, Maryland B.A. in Social Science 

Chi Omega: Carolina Magazine (31; Y. W. C. A. (3. II; C. M. Board of 
Directors (4) ; Women's Orientation Committee (4) ; Student Welfare Board 
(4); Student Advisor (4); Coed Senate (4». 

JULIAN ARMAND McKENZIE 

Salisbury B.S. in Commerce 

Cliib (1. 2, 3. 4) ; 



NORWOOD ESTEL McLAMB 
Benson 



WILLIAM LENTIS McLAURIN 
Dunn 



B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Psychology 

EDGAR ALEXANDER McLEAN 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Physics 

Club (2, 3, I) ; Wesley Foundation 

JAMES DICKSON McLEAN 

Lumberton A.B. in Political Science 

Phi Gamma Delia; Di Senate (3, 4). 

GEORGE RALEIGH McLEOD 
Durham 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 

JOSEPH B. McLEOD 
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Economics 



lity Council (3, 4) ; House Privilejes Board (4) ; Se, 



ROBERT LESTER McLEOD 
Orlando, Florida 

Phi Delia Then, : Track (1). 

KATHERINE CLIFTON McMILLAN 

Laurinburg A.B. in Sociology 

.■!/;./.« D.li,, P,; Y. W. C. A. 

ROBERT s. McNeill 

Mocksville 

■llpha Tau Omega. 

SUSAN PATRICIA McNUTT 
Greensboro 

Alpha Gamma Delia: Caruhna Magazine (31; Di Senate (3): Sound and 
Fury (3, 4); Student Legislature (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); C. C. U. N. 
(3) : Coed Senate. 



A.B. in Chemistry 



A.B. in Journalism 



A.B. in Sociology 



JOHN D. McPHAUL 
Red Springs 

Delia Sigma Pi; Glee Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Uni> 



B.S. in Commerce 

ity Club (3). 




McGILL 
McINTOSH 
McKENZIF. 
E. McLEAN 
J. McLEOD 

McNeill 



McGOUGAN 

McKEEL 

McLAMB 

J. McLEAN 

R. McLEOD 

McNUTT 



Mill HI->>^ 
M.KHrHfN 

McLAURIN 
G. McLEOD 
McMILLAN 

McPHAUL 




.1949 



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MARSHALL THOMAS MtRAE 

Maxton 

f*t Mu Epsilo't. 

WILLIAM STEPHEN MACEYKO 
Campbell, Ohio 

Sigma Chi: Monogram Club, Football (2. 3. 4). 

DAVID FORNEY MACKIE 

Maplewood, New Jersey 

P, Kappa Alpha: Y. M. C. A. (1. 2). 

JOHN WAYLAND MADDREY 
Weldon 

Si'emo Chi: Iiiterd..rniilor\ Council (4). 

JAMES EDWARD MALONEY, JR. 

South Norfolk, Virginia B.A. in Journalism 

WALTER CURTIS MANGUM, JR. 

Wadesboro B.S. in Commerce 

MARTHA CHESSON MANNING 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Plymouth 



B.A. in Sociology 

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



RICHARD deYARMAN MANNING 



Raleigh 

Z.la Psi. 



B.S. in Commerce 



SAMUEL PHILLIPS MANNING 

Spartanburg, South Carolina B.A. in Political Science 

l).-lt„ Kappa Kp^ilon: Plu IWta Kappa: D.-bate SquaJ (2. 3. 41; Di S naif 
(1. 2. 3. W: L'nivcrsilv Club 13. II: Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 41; Eleilions 
Board (3. 4); Canterbury Club (I, 2. 3. II; Freshman Advisor (31. 



WILLIS M. MANNING, JR. 
Bailey 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM FREDRICK MARKGRAF 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 



B.S. in Geology 



EXCELL MARKHAM, JR. 

Apex 

DANIEL SUMMEY MARSHALL 
Charlotte 

Plii Ma Alpha: Glee Club (I. 2, 3. 1). 

ALGER BRYAN MARTIN, JR. 
Salisbury 



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

B.S. in Commerce 



ANN FRANCES MARTIN 

Montgomery, Alabama B.S. in Public Health Nursing 

:la»». President. American Veterans Committee, World 



DAN ANDERSON MARTIN 
Raleigh 

Phi Eta Sigma. 

LESTER P. MARTIN, JR. 
Mocksville 



SAMUEL ARNOLD MARTIN 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 

F'hysics Club (3. 4). 



B.S. in Medicine 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Physics 




/-^ 



MeRAE 

IMADUREV 

M. MAIVNING 

W. MANMNG. JK. 

MARSHALL 

1>. MARTIN 



MACE'V K( 1 

MALONE1. .lis. 

R. MAiN.MX; 

MARKGRAF 

A. MARTLN". JR. 

L. .MARTIN. JR. 



MACKIE 

MANGUM, JR. 

.S. MANNING 

MARKHAM. JR. 

A. MARTIN 

S. MARTIN 




Senior Class 




C. MASON, JR. 

T. IHATHIS 

F. B. MATTBEWS 

MAXWELL 

L. MEADE 

MEDLIN 



R. MASON 
MATSON 
F. J. MATTHEWS 
MAYO, JR. 
MEADOWS, JR. 
MELTON 



C. MATHIS, JR. 

D. MATTHEWS 
MAUNEY 

J. MEADE, JR. 
MEBANE 
MELVIN 



CLAUDE W. MASON, JR. 
Rocky Mount 

RAYMOND K. MASON 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Sigma Alpt-,i Ep-^tlon. 

CARL NEVENAS MATHIS, JR. 
Wilmington 

pin G,imm,i D,ll„: \. M. C. \. (I. 2. ?, 

TROY DAVIS MATHIS 
Rural Hill 

l/p/i.i Kapiui P,i. 

VIRGIE LILIAN MATSON 
Long Beach, California 



DEAN YARRELL MATTHEWS 
Decatur, Georgia 

Student World Federalists. 

FRANCIS BONNEAU MATTHEWS 
Charlotte B 

FRANK JACKSON MATTHEWS 
Hemingway, Scuth Carolina 

Fh, Em Slema: Phi ll^la Kappa: Glee Club (2, 3. 4) 

CHARLES URAL MAUNEY 
Cherryville 

(;l,-e Club (1, 2. X 41; V. M. C. A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 

RAYMOND BULLARD MAXWELL 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Economics 

B.S. in Natural Science 

l-Wilmineton Club. 

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

41. 

B.A. in Physics 

S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Music 



B.A. in Zoology 



Raeford 

Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 41; Baptist Student Union 
Chairmau of European Clothing Drive (31. 

JOHN AUGUSTUS MAYO, JR. 
Washington 

Pk, Gamma Delta. 

JOHN STEGER MEADE, JR. 
Danville, Virginia 

Delta Kappa Epsilon ; Cimghoul (3. 4); Intertrali 

LOUISE DODSON MEADE 
Danville, Virginia 

p. B,la Plu; Daily Tar Heel (3l; Y. W. C. A. (31 



FRANK PLEASANTS MEADOWS, JR. 



B.S. in Commerce 

(1. 2. 3, 41 ; Dormitory 



B.A. in Law 



B.A. in English 

ily Council (3). 

B.A. in English 



Rocky Mount 



B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Treasurer of Freshman Class; Di Senate 
(I, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2); International Relations Club (1, 2); Student 
Legislature (3); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); C. C. U. N. (3, 4). 

BANKS HOLT MEBANE 
Wilson 

Dath Tn ll.'.l (1) ; Hi .-..nal,. (1, 21. 

YANCEY LEONARD MEDLIN 
Oteen 

Glee CIul. (II: Western N. C. Club (I). 

CULBRETH YOUNG MELTON 
Durham 

LEON McNEIL MELVIN 
Parkton 

Kappa Sigma: Interfraternily Council (31; Student Legislature (1); Young 
Democrats Club (3); U. N. C. Safety Committee (2). 



B.S. in Physics 

B.A. in English 

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




...1949 



PAUL WARREN MENGEL 
New Bern 

Dellti Kappa Epsilon; Inlerfralernilv Council t 
Prfsidtnt (4). 

LILLIAN VERNELL MESSICKS 
West Durham 

SifTi.i Alpha tola: Glee Clul. (1. 41; Treasurer 

JOSEPH EUGENE MICHALSKI 
New Bedford, Massachusetts 

Phi Ela Sigaia. 

EARL LINGARD MICHELL 
Baltimore, Maryland 



B.S. in Commerce 

Sheiks (2. 3, 4). Vice- 

B.A. in Music 

m.i llph.i Inla. 

B.A. in French 



B.A. in Economics 



BILL GRAY MILLER 

Winston-Salem 

DANIEL BYRD MILLER 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Sigmu Alpha Ev^iloa : Y. M. C. .\. (S, 1J . 

ROBERT CRAIG MILLER 



B.A. in Spanish 
B.S. in Commerce 



Raleigh 



B.A. in Physical Education 



WILLIAM HENRY HOUSTON MILLER 
Greenville, South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

Sigma Alplia Epsilon: Vice-PresiJent ol Sigma Alpha Epsilon (4): Debiile 
Squad (2); Debate Council (2). President (2); Golden Fleece (3. 41; Grail 
(3, 4) ; Sound and Fury (2) ; Student Legislature (2) ; Chairman Ways and 



ALICE MIDDLETON 

Sumter, South Carolina B.A. in Spanish 

Alpha Gamma Delia; Debate Squad (3); V. W. C. A. (3. 4); Spanish Chib 
(41; C.ed Senate (41: Second Vice-President of Alpha Ganin.a Delia (II. 

WOODFORD RANDOLPH MIDDLETON, JR. 
Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

PId Kappa Sigma: Cross Country (1); Track (2). 

ROBERT WILSON MILAM 

Surry, Maine B.A. in Chemistry 

WILSON MERIWEATHER MILES 

Danville, Virginia B.A. in Journalism 

11,1a Th.la Pi. 

ROBERT LeROY MILKS 
Greensboro 

Band (I, 2, 3. 41; Interdormitory Ci 



B.S. in Chemistry 

:il (3, 4), Vice-President (4). 



JAMES IRVIN MILLHOUSE 

Wilson 

STEPHEN PERRY MILLIKIN 
Halifax 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



liltee (4) ; Men's Ho; 



FRED MOORE MILLS, JR. 

Wadesboro 



WILSON RAYMOND MILLS 
Jonesboro, Arkansas 

\Sesley Foundation Council (3. II. 

GLENN LOWRY MITCHELL 
Hickory Grove, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Philosophy 



B.S. in Commerce 




MENGEL 

MILAM 

W. MILLER 



An nn 

v4 NC 



MESSICKS 

MILES 

MILLHOUSE 



MICHALSKI 

MILKS 
MILLIKIN 



MICHELL A. MIDDLETON 

B. MILLER D. MILLER 

F. MILLS, JR. W. MILLS 



W. MIDDLETON, JR. 

R. MILLER 

MITCHELL 




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Senior Class 



ROBERT MOORE MITTEN 
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania B.S. 

Monogram Club (1, 2, 3. 4): Football (1. 2. 3, 

PAUL LeROY MIZE, JR. 
Bonner Springs, Kansas 

Plii Beta Kupp'i. 

GLENN DUNTLIN MOAK 
Charlotte 

JOHN WILLIAM MOFFITT 
Watertown, New York 



n Physical Education 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Medicine 



A.B. in English 



BENNETT ARTHUR MOLTER, 
New Orleans, Louisiana A. 

MARY ELLEN MONTGOMERY 

Savannah, Georgia 

riiela Psi Epsilon 

CLYDE THOMAS MOODY, JR. 
Spring Hope 

rii, Bet,, Kappa; Eela G„mm„ Sign,,, Horo.rary. 

JOSEPH RICHARD MOON 
Burlington 

L,iml„la Chi Alpha; Crclina Mr.i„zine (.'.I. 

WILLIAM DAVID MOON 
Louisburg 



JR. 

B. in Political Science 

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



A.B. in Geography 

uitory Council (2) ; Y. M. 



ARMISTEAD McKEE MOORE 
Troy 

Pliysics Club (11. 



B.S. in Physics 



CRAWFORD DURHAM MOORE, JR. 

Raleigh B.S. in Accounting 



DOVER GLADSTON MOORE 
Greenville, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



JAMES DONALD MOORE 

Reidsville B.A. in Commercial Art 



JAMES RICHARD MOORE 

Reidsville 

LEWIS DOUGLAS MOORE 

Turkey 

MARTHA BINFORD MOORE 
Weldon 

PRISCILLA LANE MOORE 
Tryon 

Alpha Cmma Delta; Chi Delta Phi; Carolina Magazine (3); Pan. Hellenic 
Council (31; Coed S-n.ilp (3. 41; Carolina Quarterh, .Associate Editor (4); 
Yackelv Yack (31. 

SHIRLEY LORRAINE MOORE 

Gastonia A.B. in Journalism 

Chi Delia Phi; Sound and Fury (3). 



A.B. in Mathematics 

A.B. in Chemistry 

A.B. in English 

A.B. in English 




949 




W. L. MOORE 
E. C. MORGAN 
R. MORRIS. JR. 



■n . M(mii:k. ii:. 

J. MUKO.V.N 
MORRISEV 



C. MOOSE 
.4. MORRIS 
MORROW 



R. MOOSE 

J. -MORRIS. JR. 

MORSE 



A. MORGAN, JR. 

M. MORRIS 

MOSER 



E. W . MORGAN 

O. MORRIS 

D. MOSS 



WILLIAM LOCKE MOORE 
Greensboro 

WISTAR MOORE, JR. 
Troy 

GLENN C. MOOSE 

Troutmans 

ROY C. MOOSE 

Mooresville 



B.S. in Medicine 

A.B. in journalism 

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in English 

1-. V. A. (2); Asso. 



Phi Beta Kappa: Daily Tar H:-el (1, 2. 4); Pr. 

ciale Editor. Carolina Quarterly (4) : Student Audit Ticard (3) ; State Stilde 

Lefislature C2J. 



ALLEN DUKE MORGAN, JR. 
Raleigh 

ELIZABETH WEBB MORGAN 

Lunenburg, Virginia 



A.B. in Spanish 
A.B. in Sociolog)' 



EUGENE CALDWELL MORGAN 

Lunenburg, Virginia B.A. in Sociology 



JOHN ROBERT MORGAN 
Amarillo, Texas 

ASHLEY CARLYLE MORRIS 
Raleigh 



B.A. in Mathematics 



A.B. in Political Science 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Uaiico Cuiiiiuillee (II; Intertratemitv Council (3); 13 Club 
(2, 3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club (4) ; Univergity Party (3, 4) j Vice- 
I'resident of Pi Kappa Alpha (4) ; Vice-President of Raleigh-Carolina Club 
(3): President of Raleigh. Carolina Club (4). 



JESSE CARR MORRIS, JR. 

Raleigh 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

MORGAN PHILLIP MORRIS 



B.S. in Commerce 



Tryon 

I'hi AssenihK 13. 11: W, -lern \. C. Club (3, 

OLIVER DUNCAN MORRIS 
Albemarle 

RALPH DAVENPORT MORRIS, JR. 
Ashevillc 

JOHN THOMAS MORRISEY 
Kinston 

Del,,, P,,-; Phi IS.la Kappa. 

HAROLD MILTON MORROW 
Charlotte 

Phi Delta Theta; Ginighoul (3, 41. 

LEON RUDOLPH MORSE 

Wilmington 

r,™ A>.,7i.-: Phi; H.I1.-I Cbinel l3l. 

MORRIS DAVIS MOSER 
King 

ilpha Kappa Psi. 

DAVID SAMUEL MOSS 
Zebulon 



A.B. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Pre-Law 



B.S. in Commerce 



.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 




Senior Class 




J. MOSS 
MUIRHEAU 
R. MURRAY 

MUTH 
K. IVnERS 
D. NANCE 



G. MUELLER 
MULLEN 
W. E. MURRAY 
MYATT 
MYRICK 
J. NANCE 



R. MUELLER 

MURPHY 

\y. T. MURRAY 

H. MYERS 

C. NANCE, JR. 

NANTZ 



JIM BAKER MOSS 
Texarkana, Texas 

A'.ip;.il Sigmu: Ynckcl^ Yack (3, 41. 

GEORGIA VOSS MUELLER 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



A.B. in Journalism 
A.B. in Spanish 



RICHARD FREDERICK MUELLER 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

PATRICIA MARY MUIRHEAD 

Durham A.B. in History 

Clti llmri:.,: Y. W. C. .\. l.ll. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM MULLEN 

Camden, South Carolina B.S. in Commerce 

JOSEPH ELBERT MURPHY 

College Park, Georgia A.B. in Political Science 

Pi Kappa Alplir. 



RUSSELL WILLIAM MURRAY 
Burlington 

WILLIAM EDGAR MURRAY 
Hertford 

WILLIAM TRUETT MURRAY 
Raleigh 

RIMAN ELLWOOD MUTH 
Hilton Village, Virginia 

ELIZABETH TRAVIS MYATT 
Goldsboro 

I'l ll.-la Plu: Glee Club (3. 4) ; Y. W. C. \. (3, 41 



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



HOWARD LEO MYERS 
Winston-Salem 



A.B. in Music 

3. 41: Soun.l .inj Fury (3) ; 



KATHERINE BALDWIN MYERS 
Norfolk, Virginia 

(In ilm.ga; V. W. C. \. III. 

ALBERT SPENCER MYRICK 
Greensboro 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

CORT MONROE NANCE, JR. 
Florence, South Carolina 

DAVID LEE NANCE 
Chadbourn 



.A. in Enylish 



A.B. in Journalism 



B.S. in Medicine 



B.S. in Commerce 

ly Baseball Manager (4) ; 



JAMES RAYMOND NANCE 
Asheboro 

Sigma Phi Epdlan; Inlerlralerililv Council (3): Slujeul Legislalurc (41; 
Prrsi.lent Sigma Phi Epsilon 13. 4.1. 



B.S. in Commerce 



JOE RICHARD NANTZ 
Mooresville 



B.S. in Commerce 




.1949 



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ISrHi: 





M 


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S 









INal)o<l> Hall 



Here is the new School of Education with Dean Ciuy B. Phillips at 
the head ... a long time a place of importance, distinction, and 
literally. Education . . . the place of the famous Curriculum Lab 
where students of the past have stayed up all night cramming for 
tomorrow's quizzes and exams . . . where Dr. Gwynn would walk in 
and talk in his normally loud voice interrupting the golden silence 
of the lab . . . for if a student were to speak, woe be unto him ! Here 
we see the office of the notable Dr. A. M. Jordan, renowned educa- 
tional psychologist, whose book is in its third printing, although 
yesterday's students are still having their first reading . . . home 



'■S'<«:!ir'.^ 







Education 




GUY B. PHILLIPS 
Heatl of the Education Department 




of the Veterans Administration where 
veterans can gripe until they get their 
hist two months' checks . . . home of the 
University Testing Service, where Dr. 
Perry can prove if the students now en- 
rolled are idiots, imbeciles, or low grade 
morons . . . Home of the Teachers of 
Tomorrow ! 



J. Minor G«7iiii uses the blackboard too 




Robert Tumor tollo«- all llii- .ul. 



Justice does go to school 



Page 99 








\ \--ll 


NASSIF 


NEELY 


NFK.Iimil lis 


M. NELSON 


N. NELSON, JR. 


1!. NKLSO.N 


NEWELL 


F. NEWTON 


(;. NEViTON 


NICHOLSON 


NORFLEET 


NORMAN 


L. NORRIS. JR. 


M. NORRIS 


NORTHROP 
1 PH 


NORTON 


E. NORWOOD, JR. 


K nn nn 


^ JV "^ 



VIRGINIA LOUISE NASH 

Raeigh B.A. in Sociology 

Pi Belli Phi; Glc- Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. 13. 41. Treasurer. 

GEORGE RAYMOND NASSIF 

Laurinburg B.A. in Physical Education 

Jr. Varsily Basketball (S. 3). 

MARY BREVARD NEELY 

Asheboro B.A. in Art 

C. I. C. A.: Clee Club 13); T.irnalion IH: Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Lnivcrsily 
Dance Croup (4); Student Advisor 1.41. 

HELEN NYE NEIGHBOURS 

Tarleton Station, Texas 

Valkyries. 

MALCOLM CHASTINE NELSON 



B.A. in English 



Troy 

NEILL ARTHUR NELSON, JR. 
Rocky Mount 

Sigma .\u. 

ROLLA CLAYBORNE NELSON 
Grantsburg, Illinois 

Physics Club (2. 3, 4). 

ROBERT WRIGHT NEWELL 
Reidsville 

K,ipp,i Signi'ii Baseball 111. 

FRED MULLINO NEWTON 
Danville, Virginia 

Slgmn Alpha Epsilan; Phi Assembly (41. Serge; 

GENE NEWTON 
Shelby 

Kappa Alfili'i. 

JEAN E. NICHOLSON 
Green's Fork, Indiana 

NORWOOD NORFLEET 

Winston-Salem 

Ktippit Alpha. 

NANCY MORTON NORMAN 
Asheville 

Glee Club (3. 41. 

LOUIS JEROME NORRIS, JR. 

Morehead City 

Glee Club (2). 

MARJORIE ANGELA NORRIS 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Delia Delia Delia. Recording Secretary; Y. W. C. A. (H 



B.A. in Mathematics 
B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Physics 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

t.at.Arrns. 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in History 
B.A. in Economics 

B.A. in English 

B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in Radio 



i.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 



HARRY CLIFFORD NORTHROP 
Charlotte 

Kappa .ilpha. 

CHARLES WILLIAM NORTON 
Durham 

Delia Kappa Epsilon ; Delia Sigma Pi; Band (II; Class Executive Steering 
Conimittee 13); Monogram Club 13); Plavmakers (31; Sheiks; Sound and 
Fury (2); Student Legislature (2. 3, 4); Boxing (21; Football (2); J. V. 
Football (3); Gymnastics (3); Track (1): Wrestling (1); German Club; 
Senior Class Steering Committee. 

ESTON GIBBONS NORWOOD, JR. 

Bennettsville, South Carolina B.A. in Zoology 

Monogram Club (2, 3, 41; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). 




Senior Class 



lOHN SPICER NORWOOD 

Winston-Salem B.A. in English 

K,irp« Siem.7. Secretary (2, 31; Y. iM. C. A. (1. 2): I'lirAt/y Yack (2, 3). 

LEWIS TUNE NUNNELEE 

Washington B.A. in Commerce 

Phi Gamma Delia. 



DANIEL NYIMICZ 
Rahway, New Jersey 

Monogram Club, Secrelary-Ti 



B.A. in Physical Education 

(41; Baskelball (2, 3); Golf (2). 



WILLIAM LAWRENCE ODEN 
Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



EMILY CAROL\TSr OGBURN 

Winston-Salem A.B. in Journalism 

£)..;m Delia Delia: Snun.J and Furv (3): Student Legislature (3, 4); Yackel, 
Yark (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Chairman of Recreation Committee: 
Chairman of House Privileges Board (4); Coed Senate; Student .\dvisor; 
University Club. 

FRANCIS CHARLES OLDS 

Cortland, New York A.B. in Comparative Literature 

I'lavniakers (IJ. 

BOYCE MILLER OLIVE 
Olivia 



A.B. in Chemistry 



WILLIAM ANDERSON OLSEN, JR. 

Chapel Hill A.B. in Geology 

Kappa Sigma: Band 111; Glee Club (1, 2. 31. 

EDGAR ABNER ORMAND 

Asheville A.B. in History 

President of Senior Class; Interdormitorv Council (41. Secretary.Treasurer 
(41 ; Student Legislature (4) ; University (ilub (4) ; Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Western N. C. Club (3. 4J . 



B S. in Physics 



B.S. in Commerce 



DAVID LEWIS ORMOND 

Wilmington 

Ph, Gamma Delia: Wilmington Club; Phvs 

JOHN EDWARD ORR 

Asheville 

Plii Gamma Delia; \S csltrn N. C. Club. 

BYRON M. OSBORNE, JR. 

Asheville B.S. in Commerce 

Irilerdormitory Council (21: Western N. C. Chib (3, 41. 

ROBERT VICTOR OSBORNE 

Charlotte B.S. in Physics 

JOHN LEE OTTERBOURG, JR. 

Wilmington B.S. in Commerce 

pin Kappa Sigma: Wilmington Club (3. I.I. 

CALVIN SCOTT OVERCARSH 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

FRANK REDDING OWEN. JR. 

Gibsonville B.S. in Commerce 

JAMES RICHARD OWEN, JR. 

Hamlet B.S. in Commerce 

Di Senate (1, 2); Clerk (3): Student Legislature (21: Finance Commission 



ROLAND CLINTON OWEN 
Gastonia 



A.B. in Chemistry 




J. NORWOOD 

ODEN 

OLIVE 

ORMOND 

R. OSBORNE 

F. OWEN, JR. 



NUNNELEE 

OGBURN 

OLSEN, JR, 

ORR 

OTTERBOURG, JR. 

J. OWEN. JR. 



NYIMICZ 

OLDS 

ORMAND 

B. OSBORNE, JR. 

OVERCARSH 

R. OWEN 




.1949 



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OWENS. JR. 


E. PACE, JR. 


w. pai;e. JR. 


PARDIE 


PARIS 


PARKE. JR. 


A. PARKER 


J. PARKER 


M. PARKER 


T. PARKER 


(;. PARKS 


U. PARKS, JR 


ITTERSON, JR. 


PATE, JR. 


PAVEI r 


PAYLOR, JR. 


PAYNE 


PAYTON 



EDWARD PAUL OWENS, JR. 

Elizabeth City B.S. in Commerce 

Phi Delta Theta ; Daily Tar Heel (2); Glre Club (1); Y. M. c:. A. (1). 

EARLE CORNELIUS PAGE, JR. 

Florence, South Carolina B.A. in English 

Phi Beta Kappii: Glee Club (3. 4); Y. M. C. ,\. (1. 2. 3), Vu-e-Presi,lenl 
(2); Delegate National Assembly (2); C. R. I. L. (1. 2); Canterbury Cb.b 
(1, 2, 3, 4), State President (3>. 

WILLIAM CARL PAGE, JR. 
Asheboro 

Alpha Tau Omeea. 

WARREN HUNTER PARDUE 



B.S. ill Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in lournalism 



B.A. in Chemistr' 



Ronda 

OLIVER JOHNSON PARIS 
Graham 

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

JAMES CLIFTON PARKE, JR. 
Conway 

Interdormitory Council (4). 

ANN VIRGINIA PARKER 

Raleigh B.S. in Medical Technology 

Canterbury Club (3, 4J . 

JAMES HOWARD PARKER 

Tarboro B.A. in Journalism 

MARION HARDIE PARKER 

Moultrie, Georgia B.S. in Physical Education 

Phi Gamma Delia. 



THOMAS D. PARKER 

Raleigh B.A. in Law 

Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Spanish Clob 111. I'resiJ.nt. 

GRAHAM HARTWELL PARKS 

Pilot Mountain B.S. in Commerce 

RALPH WEAVER PARKS, |R. 
Elkin 

Uail, Tar Heel (1.1. 

RICHARD FRANKLIN PATTERSON, JR. 
Kannapolis 

liiterdorniilory Council (3). 

EDWIN PATE, JR. 
Laurinburg 

Kappa Signia: 1 ucAcli 1 u. A- CD; .Miiiat.j 

WILLIAM KIVY PAYEFF 
Aiken, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in lournalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 

.ry Council (4) : Men's 



ROLAND LEWIS PAYLOR, JR. 
Kinston 

Kappa Sigma; Student Legislature tl). 

MARTHA DAN PAYNE 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Delia Delia Delta: Vice-President of Juni, 

Tarnalion (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); \ackely Yack (3). 

ROBERT GUILFORD PAYTON 



Fort Payne, Alabama 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 

Business Staff of 




Page (02 



Senior Class 




PECK 

PENDLETON 

PETERSON, JR. 



PEET 
PERKINSON 
PETTEWAY 



PEGRAM 
PERRITT, JR. 
PETTIGREW 



PEEDIN. JR. 
C. PERRY 
PFAUTZ 



ROBERT HOWELL PEACOCK 
Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 

Director, Carolina Bridge Association (2. 3. 4). 

WILLIAM SEYMOUR PEARSON 
Statesville 



A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



obly (2) ; Tan 



(41. 



REIGH EDWARD PECK 

Danville, Virginia 

;•/ Kapp,i Alpha; Football (2). 

STEWART TAIT PEET 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Clii Psi; Flying Club (1); University Club (1) ; 

MONK PEGRAM 
Asheville 

Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A. (3, i) ; Western N. C. 

JAMES HAROLD PEEDIN, JR. 

Selma 

Interdormitory Council (4). 

ELIZABETH HOLT PEIRSON 

Raleigh 



STUART ALFRED PELTZ 

Newport News, Virginia 

Tau Epsilon Phi. 

NANCY ROSS PENDLETON 

Elizabeth City 

Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4J ; Spanish Club. 



B.S. in Pre-Medicine 



A.B. in Geology 

Victory Village Council. 

A B. in Sociology 

Club (3, 4). 

B.S. in Medicine 



A.B. in Journalism 

:ine (II. Stall; Glee Club 



A.B. in Psychology 
A.B. in Spanish 



BETTY RUTH PERKINSON 
Rocky Mount 



B.S. in Commerce 

ore Committee Chairman; 



JOHN OLIN PERRITT, JR. 
Rocky Mount 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kippa; Phi Chi. 

CARL DAVID PERRY 

Schoolfield, Virginia 

Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (1, 2. 3), Vice.Presi 
Playmakers (I, 2, 3); Choral Club; Treasurer Phi Ma Alpha (3). 

NICHOLAS M. PERRY 
Louisburg 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Interdormitory Council (1). 

WILLIAM STOWE PERRY 

Charlotte 

Alpha Tan Omega; Delta Sigma Pi. 

WALTER ALLEN PETERSON, JR. 
Carrboro 



B.S. in Medicine 



A.B. in Music 

(3); 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Zoology 

ALTON MILLER PETTEWAY 

Kinston B.S. in Commerce 

Daily la, Heel (4); Interdormitory Council (4); University Club (4). 

WILLIAM JERRY PETTIGREW 

Reidsville A.B. in Pre-Medicine 



JOHN MINNICK PFAUTZ 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Delta Psi; Inlerfraternity Council (1, 2); Mo 



A.B. in Radio 

Club (3) ; 13 Club (3) ; 




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ALLEN C. PHILLIPS 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 

Iiiterdorniilory Craincil (3. II. 

GUION LOXIE PHILLIPS 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 

Phi Kappii Sigriin. 

GUY McDonald phillips 

Toecane 



B.A. in English 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Chemistry 
i.S. in Law 



HERBERT ORLANDAH PHILLIPS, III 
Morehead City 

Di Senate (3, 41; Carteret County Cluli (31. 

HARRY FRANCIS PHILLIPS 

Burlington B.A. in Chemistry 

HELEN WILSON PHILLIPS 
Chapel Hill 



B.A. in Mathematics 



WELLBORN CLARK PHILLIPS, JR. 

Orlando, Florida B.S. in Commerce 

K.ippa Alpha; Carolina Political Union (4); Di Senat,- 141. 

FRED PERRY PIERCE 

Catawba 



RICHARD EVANS PILLING 
Ambler, Pennsylvania 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



MARSHALL HENRY PINNIX 
Oxford 

Deha Sigm,i Phi; Carolina Political 
Club (3. 4): Freshman Orientalii 
<3. 4J. 

JOHN E. PIPES 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

JOHN THOMAS PITTMAN 
Sanford 

S,gm„ Alpha Epsilon. 

BETTY JOE PLEASANTS 
Charlotte 

Glee Cluli; Y. w. c. .\. 

BERNARD BAILEY PLEMMONS 



B.S. in Commerce 

(4) : Di Senate (3. 41 ; Canterbury 
mmittee 141 ; Intramural Debating 



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

B.A. in Enijlish 



Luck 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



ROBERT WARREN PLEUTHNER 

Buffalo, New York 

Chi Ph,. 

ROBERT JOHNSTON PLUMB 

Washington, D. C. B.A. in Compar.itive Literature 

Soccer (3, 4.1. 

MICHAEL POCHNA 
Carrboro 



B.A. in History 



JANE McDonald pointer 

Raleigh 



B.A. in English 

Pi Beta PH. Social Chairman (3) ; Glee Club (3) ; Y. W. C. A. (4| ; G. M. 
Board of Directors (4) ; Chairman Music Committee (4) : Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (41; Coed Senate (4| ; House Council in Spencer (3). 





A. PHILLIPS 

W. PHILLIPS. JR. 

PLEASANTS 



^^"^^V 




'^1 p ^ 



G. L. PHILLIPS 

PIERCE 

PLEMMONS 




M riiliiips 
PILLING 
PLEITHNER 




Senior Class 



MAURICE V. POLK 
Chapel Hill 

BARBARA ANN POPE 
Raleigh 

flf/M Delia Delta; W. A. A. Council (3, 4), Vit 
(3. 4» ; Chairman of Wavs and Means Commili 
Secretary an.l Treasurer of N. C. Allilelic Fe 
SluJent Advisor (i) . 

RALPH CORBETT POTTER, JR. 

Bridgeton 

Clii Pii. 

PARREL FRANKLIN POTTS 
Mooresville 



MARY LOUISE POWE 
Durham 

Alpha Delia Pi: Y. W. C. A. 1.3, it. 

JOSEPH CLARENCE POWELL, 
Greensboro 

pill Kappa Sigma. 

ALMOND DWIGHT PRICE 
Clinton 

Band (4j . 

CECELIA MARSH PRICE 
Raleigh 

Tliela Pii Epsilon, Treasurer; Y. W. C. A. (3. 

WILLIAM ASHFORD PRINCE 
Hendersonville 

Lambda Chi Alpha. Secrelarv. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Psychology 

■-President (4) ; Coed Senate 
■e (4); House Council (4); 
leration of College Women; 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 



JR. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Pre-Dental 



B.A. in Chemistr)' 



i.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM GRADY PRITCHARD, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Psi: Daily Tar Heel (II; InteHraternity Council (1, 2. 3); Chairman 
Rules Commitlee (3); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3); Representa- 
tive to Athletic Council (I); Executive Committee (2. 3, 4); 13 Club 
(3, 4), Vice-President (4); University Club (1. 2); Football (2, 3); 
Swimming (1, 2, 3) ; House Privileges Board (3) ; Freshman Friendship 
Council (1) : Orientation Committee (31 ; Vice-President C. A. A. (4) ; 
Rally Committee (3); Athletic Council (41. 

RANDALL WESLEY PROCTOR 
Washington, D. C. 



B.S. in Commerce 

1 (4) ; Phi Assembly (3) ; Acquinas 



CHARLES E. PULLEN 
Chapel Hill 

JOHN McNEILL PULLIAM 
Winston-Salem 

BONNIE QUAY 

Harrisburg 

v. w. c. A., c. I. c. A. 

CORBETT LATIMER QUINN 
Pink Hill 

GEORGE JOHN RABIL 
Wilson 

Di Senate (2. 31. 

MARION HERBERT RANDOLPH, JR 
Lexington 



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

B.A. in Chemistry 
B.S. in Law 



ANN EMERSON RANSOM 
Charlotte 



B.A. in Chemistry 
B.A. in Art 




...1949 



Page I OS 



REGINALD RAWLS 
Woodland 


B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


SIDNEY WALLACE RAY 
High Point B.A 


. in Phys 


ical Education 


CLAUDE H. RAYBORN 
Greensboro 


B.A. in 


Dramatic Art 


Playmakers (1, 2, 3. 4). SlaflSl.op Assistant. 








ERNEST McDowell reagan, jr. 

Weaverville B.A. 


in 


Journalism 


Glee Club (:i, 4) ; Western N. C. Club ( 
President (4). 


2, 3, 4), Vice. 


President (3), 


DANIEL HOLT REAVES 
Chapel Hill 

K„,,p„ Alpl,a. 


B.A. 


in 


Economics 


MARY ELLEN REAVES 
Hamlet 


B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


HENRY EDMUNDS REDD 

Chatham, Virginia 


B.S. 


in 


Chemistry 


WILLIAM TURMAN REECE 
Elkin 


B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


HELEN ANNE REID 
Thomasville 


B.A. 


in English 


Glee Club (3. 41; Interdotmilorv Council (4) 
dent of Smith Dorm (41 ; Student Advisor (41. 


: Y. W. C. 


A. 


(3, 4); Presi- 


JAMES WILLIAM BERRY REID 
Greensboro B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


Beta Theta Pi. 








WILLIAM THOMAS REILLY, 
Laurelton, L. I., New York 


JR. 

B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


EUGENE MINER ReQUA, JR. 
Charlotte 


B.S. 


in 


Commerce 


Delta Kappa Epsilo-i. 








HENRY REYNOLDS, JR. 
Greensboro 


B.S. 


in 


Commerce 



Delta Sigma Pi; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Sound and Fury (2) ; Tarnation (4) ; 
University Club (3, i) ; Yackety Yack (4) ; President Car.-Greensboro Club 
(3, 4) ; Senior Class Steering Committee (4) ; Freshman Friendship Council 
(1). 



DWIGHT CARROLL RHYNE 
Chapel Hill 



WILLIAM ARLINDO RHYNE 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

Daily Tar Heel (1); Di Senate (2). 



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



BOBBY HAROLD RICHARDS 

Charlotte 

WILLIE MARJORIE RIDDICK 

Scotland Neck 



THOMAS McNAIR RIDDLE 
Sanford 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in English 

oard (4) ; Coed Senate 



B.S. in Commerce 




RA\M.S 

HEAGAN, JR. 

REDD 

J. REID 

REYNOLDS, JR. 

RICHARDS 



RAY 

D. REAVES 

REECE 

REILLY, JR. 

D. RHVNE 

RIDDICK 



RAYBORN 

M. REAVES 

H. REID 

iReQUA, JR. 

Hw. RHYNE 

RIDDLE 



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Senior Class 




RIGHTS, JR. 
ROBERTS, JR. 
A. ROBINSON, JR. 
C. C. ROGERS 
L. F. ROGERS 
ROLLER 



RIPPLE, JR. 

ROBERTSON 

RODGERS 

C. O. ROGERS 

N. ROGERS 

ROMANO 



It 1 1 IhNHOUSE 
W. KllIilNSON 

ROEBUCK 

L. M. ROGERS 

W. ROGERS, III 

M. ROPER 



LOUIS CHARLES RIGHTS, JR. 

Winston-Salem 

STAMEY CLAY RIPPLE, JR. 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Radio 



JAMES CLAYTON RITTENHOUSE 

Hillsboro A.B. in English 

FRANK GOODRICH ROBERTS, JR. 

Swannanoa B.S. in Commerce 

Beta Gamma Sigma. 



JAMES NEIL ROBERTSON 

Burlington 

WALTER ROBINSON 

Brooklyn, New York 

J„u Ep.ilon Phi; Debjie Squall (1); Di Senate (1. 21; Intertraterni 
Council ( + ): Sindent Legislature (3, 4); Basketball (1); C. C. U. N., Sla 
Campus Organizer (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B; in Political Science 



WILLIAM ARTHUR ROBINSON, JR. 



B.S. in Commerc 



Weaverville 

Dfha Sigma Pi; Western \. C. Club. 

JAMES EDWARD RODGERS 
Geneva, Alabama 

Band (1. 2. 3, 4). ViccPresiJent (4|. 

LEGGETTE ROEBUCK 

Hassell 

CHARLES C. ROGERS 
Boone 

CO YE OLEIN ROGERS 

Hendersonville 

Daily Ta, Heel (1); Y. M. C. \. (1. 2. 3, 4) , Cabinet, Secretary Western 
N. C. Club (I, 2, 3, 4); B. S. U. Council (1, 2, 3. 4). 

LATTIE MONROE ROGERS, JR. 

MooresviUe B.S. in Commerce 

Plii Beta Kappa; Football (1). 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Zoology 



LUTHER FRANK ROGERS 

Magnolia 



A.B, in English 



NEIL GARIAND ROGERS 

Hendersonville A.B. in Physical Education 

WILLIAM HAYWOOD ROGERS, III 

Raleigh A.B. in Chemistry 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Student Legislature (3) ; Tennis (2). 

CHARLES E. ROLLER 

Oxford B.S. in Commerce 

JOSEPH ANTHONY ROMANO 

Mansfield, Ohio A.B. in Physical Education 

Monogram Club (1, 2, 3); Football (I, 2, 3). 

MARY CAROLYN ROPER 

Lincolnton A.B. in English 

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




1949 



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ri«i 







I 



L 



H-id:^^ 



rr-T^rrrr: 




Swain Hall 



"Take five we're recording. . . . Quiet, action, 
camera." Those were the phrases that filled the 
Communication Center in '48. Most of the COM- 
MOTION came from the baby around the Center, 
Radio. He was still immature (green), only one year 
old, but still growing. His new modern home, with 
brick walks, was Swain Hall, the ole university cafe- 
teria. Momma Grills and Poppa 'Wynn were the 
parents of the Center's baby. But don't forget Aunt 
Hunter and Uncle Young. . . . They played with 



Radio 




Dirt'ctors of Swain Hall 



Page ;08 




Two minutes, one minute, you're on 



baby too. It is rumored that the baby will have a 
little brother in two years — TELEVISION. (Hope 
Grills doesn't have a DUCK in the meantime.) 

. . . Well, let's get a cup of that radio success 
drink — COFFEE, and say so long for now until we 
meet again on the air waves or in video. OUR show 
is ON THE NOSE (14:30). 



Norman Cordon, of the Met 




Lights, camera, action 





SHELLEY MOSELEY ROPER 

Lincolnton B.A. in English 

Alpha Delta PI; Cl.-P Club (.1. II; Y. W. C. A. (1). 

KENNETH ADDISON ROSS 

Greensboro B.S. in Commerce 

Baii.l (1, 21: Carolina Poliliral Union (21: Glee Club (31: Inler.larmilory 
Cnuncil (S. II: Assislanl Bell Ringer <1, 3); Masler Rineer (2, 4)= 
llMrmitf.ry AiKisor (3. 4). 

ROBERT TRIPP ROSS, JR. 
Boone 

ilpha Kappa P^i. 

JOHN CARL ROSSER 
Broadway 

Deha Sigma Pi; Intenlormilory Council (31; Student Leiiislalure (4); Uni- 
versity Club (3); President Graham Dorm (31; Manager Graham Dorm (4); 
Coalition Advisor Cabinet; Temporary Chairman Campus Party. 

BEN LEWIS ROUSE 

Farmville 

/'/,( Beta Kappa: Htta Gamma SIsma. 

TROY WORTH ROUSE, JR. 

Greenville 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Alpha Kappa Psi 



ELIZABETH WADDELL ROYALL 

Goldsboro B.A. in English 

Glee Club (3). 

KATHERINE WADDELL ROYALL 

Goldsboro B.A. in English 

PI Bi-ta Phi: Valk>ries. Serrelarv; Chairman of Student Advisors Orientation 
Comnjittee: Coed Senate: House Council in Melver; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: 
Basketball Club; Splash Club; Canterbury Club: Student Vestry at Episcopal 
Church; Episcopal Choir. 



MICHAEL RUBISH 
Chapel Hill 

V ball (1, 2, ,1, 4). 

. WALKER FRY RUCKER 
Greensboro 



B.A. in Physical Education 



WILLIAM CAIN RUFFIN, JR. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

Sigma Alpha Epsiton, 

JOHN JAY RUGBY 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 

WILLIAM GRADY RUMFELT 
Gastonia 

JOHN RUSSELL 
Kinston 

JOE GRAHAM RUTLEDGE, III 

Aurora 



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

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Journalism 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM EUGENE RYON, III 

Asheville B.A. in Chemistry 

D.„l, la, He./ Ill; i;le,- Chil. (1. 2. 3. 41; Weslern N'. C. Club. 



DONALD PROCTOR SANDERS 
Lumberton 

ilpha Chi Sigm;. 



B.S. in Chemistry 



ELIZABETH GRAY SANDERS 

Lumberton B.A. in Psychology 

Glee Cluh (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4): Cahiurl (1); C. li. I. L. Advisor. 



S. ROPER 


K. ROSS 


R. ROSS, JR. 


ROSSER 


B. ROU.se 


T. ROUSE, JR. 


E. ROVALL 


K. ROYALL 


RUBISH 


RUCKER 


RUFFIN, JR. 


RUGBV 


RUMFELT 


RUSSELL 


RUTLEDGE. Ill 


RYON, III 

1 nn 


D. SANDERS 


E. SANDERS 


rs. nn nn 


rV X,^ y -> ^ 


1 ^i«. .Ul 


-C* "^ ^ I' "1 




Page 1 10 



Senior Class 



VENITAH SANDERS 
Chapel Hill 

Alpha Delia Pi; Coed Senate (3); President Vix\\ 
University Dance Group (4) ; Town Girl's Assoeiati 
tion (1. 2, 3). 

YANCEY B. SANDLIN 
Raleigh 

nht Kappa Sigma. 

EMMIT JACK SAPP 

Leiiksviile 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



PEGGIE LEIGH SAPP 
Raleigh 



B.A. in Chemistry 

Cil : Y. W. C. A. (*) ; W. A. A. 



RAYMOND LESTER SARBAUGH, JR. 

Lumberton B.A. in History 

Delia Phi Alpha. 

HERBERT RAVENEL SASS, JR. 

Charleston, South Carolina B.A. in )ournalism 

JOE WINDLEY SATTERTHWAITE 

New Bern B.S. in Commerce 

A-„,.,,„ Alpha. 



HARRY PAUL SAW AS 
High Point 



B.S. in Commerce 



Pin Kappa Sigma; Sigma Kappa Ep^ilan; Caraliaa Magazine (II; Daily Tar 
Heel (1, 21; Dance Committee (2); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2); Freshman Friend- 
siiil. Council (1). 



CLYDE L. SAWYER 

Danville, Virginia 

JOHN WILSON SAWYER 

Gatesville 



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



VERNON LUPTON SAWYER 

Swan Quarter B.A. in Political Science 



JOSEPH MELVIN SCHAFER 
Little Rock, South Carolina 



B.S. in Commerce 



Zeia Beta Tau. 



CHARLES WILLIAM SCHULTHEIS 

Guilford B.A. in History 

DONALD BRUCE SCOTT 

Washington B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi. 

DONNELL E. SCOTT, JR. 

Graham B.S. in Commerce 

.Sigma .ilpha Epsilon. 



LUDWIG GASTON SCOTT 
Burlington 

Y. M. C. A. 

EDGAR FRANKLIN SEAGLE 
Lincolnton 

Pi Kappa Phi. 

NORMAN FAUCETTE SELF 
Burlington 

Lamhila CIti Alpha. 



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




V. SANDERS 

P. SAPP 

SATTERTHWAITE 

J. SAWYER 

SCHULTHEIS 

L. SCOTT 



SANDLIN 

SARBAUGH. JR. 

SAVVAS 

V. SAWYER 

D. B. SCOTT 

SEAGLE 



...1949 



E. SAPP 
SASS, JR. 
C. SAWYER 
SCHAFER 
D. E. SCOTT. JR. 
SELF 




Page 111 




SETLIFF B. SETZER 

SHARPE. JR. SHAVER 

SHEELY SHERMAN 



IRL TIGERT SELL 
Wilmington 

V. M. C. A. (II; Wilininfton. Carolina Club 13, 41 

ERIC SLOAN SELLERS 
Cherryville 

RUSSELL LEE SENTER 
Raleigh 

ALEXANDER SESSOMS 
Chapel Hill 

l,.«ii lUn-. Associali...!. I'resiJt-iiL (41. 

JACK WILLIAM SETLIFF 
Danville, Virginia 

BENJAMIN ROWLAND SETZER 
Lenoir 

Phi Btia Kappa. 

EWELL SETZLER 
Roanoke, Virginia 

l'Iavinak.T< (S, 41: Ra,ii„ Clul. CI. 41: D.\l..l;u I 



HUGH IVOR SETZER, JR. 



Newton 

Navy V-l:; II. 2\: D,.rni III 

HILDA SHARKEY 
Chapel Hill 

Vfl:„ Drka Delia. Vici--Prei 
(.31 ; Y. W. C. A. (.1. 4) 
(3. 4) : Town Girl's Asso 
Orienlalion (3, 4) ; U. P. 
(3. 4J. 



B.A. in 

al Manager (41. 



Student Leiiisla 

or Council (31 ; 

(3, 4) ; U. I 



B.A. in Chemistry 

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

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

B.A. in English 

.i. II. 

Physical Education 
B.A. in English 

are (3. 41 : Yackelv Yack 
Womeu-s Honor Council 
. Representative (3, 4) ; 
(3, 4) ; Student .Advisor 



ALICE VAUGHAN SHARP 

Jacksonville, Florida B.A. in Comparative Literature 

Phi .Mu; Daily Tar Heel (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Yackely Yack (3. 4); 
Choral Club (3. 41 ; Stray Creeks (3. 4) ; Spanish Club (3, 4) ; Carolina 



Qua 



■rly (4). 



HAROLD JACKSON SHARPE, JR. 



Greensboro 

Club; 



B.S. in Commerce 



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



JAMES ALLEN SHAVER 
Asheville 

BRANTLEY R. SHAW 
Troy 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



HAROLD MACPHERSON SHAW, JR. 

Ridgewcod, New Jersey B.A. in Dramatic Art 

11. 2. .3. 11: S.,„,:,l .,n,l Fury (2); Soccer Squad; 



A. li. O. T. C. 

CHRISTOPHER JAMES SHAY, JR. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phi Kappa Psi ■ Inlerdorniilorv 
II. 2. 31 : Wrestling (31 ; Youn; 
Inl.rmiiral Council (2, 3). 

ROBERT SHEARER 

Lexington, Kentucky 

RAYMOND MARTIN SHEELY 
Elizabeth City 

Phi Dtha Thela. 

ALLEN PHIPPS SHERMAN 
Durham 



B.A. in History 



.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Kappa Sis'aa. 




Senior Class 




SHERTZER 

SIBOLD 

G. SIMPSON, JR. 



SHIPLETT 

SIDDLE 

J. SIMPSON. JR 



SHROPSHIRE 



ARNOLD PINCKNEY SHERRILL 
Hickor)' 

SIDNEY CHARLES SHERTZER 



B.A. in Zoology 



Newark, New Jersey 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



RAYMOND DOUGLAS SHIPLETT 



Boynton Beach, Florida 

Cfti Plu. 

WILLIAM ALAN SHOLAR 
Greensboro 

Phi Kappa Sisma: Alpha Pm Urlla. 

WILLIAM SIDNEY SHRAGO 
Goldsboro 

Zeta Bela Tau; Hillel Repres nlalh- HI: 
Yackely Yack (2); Freshman Class EJilor: Ch 
Drive Sponsored by C. R. I. L. {3). 

DONALD GRAY SHROPSHIRE 

Winston-Salem 

Daily Tar Heel (4); Debate Council (41: Di Senate (1, 2. 3 4). President 
(2, 3). President Pro-Tempore (2. 3). Critic (21, Chaplain (41; Glee Club 
(I, 2. 31; Student Council (41; Summer Chairman. Student Legislature (3): 
Chairman Electio"s Committe-: Chairmai National Studrnts .Association 
Committee (4); State Student Legislature (2. 3); Speaker of House of 
Representatives (3) ; Institute of Human Relations (3) ; Student Party (2, 
3. 4); C. R. I. L. (3, 41: Director of Religion in Life Week (4); Baptist 
Student Union (1. 2, 3. 41: President Local (3); President State (3); 
Publicity Director Local (II: Publicity Director State (2); Program Director 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Psychology 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



(41 : Ori 



Con-r 



(3). 



J. BROOKS SHUPING 
Greensboro 

Kappa Alpha; Band (1 2, 3, i). 



B.S. in Commerce 



GEORGE GRADY SIBOLD 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Kappa .S igni a . 

MARVIN SIDDLE 
Danville, Virginia 

JOHN WESLEY SIDES, JR. 
Albemarle 

Clu Phi. 

JOHN BRANDON SIEBENALER 
Holly Hill, Florida 

SANDER ALBERT SIEGEL 
Baltimore, Marj'land 

WILLIAM PRESTON SIMMONS 
Goldsboro 

GEORGE SPENCE SIMPSON, JR. 
Asheville 

JOHN BURNS SIMPSON, JR. 
Monroe 

Pi Kappa Alpha: Student Legislature (3|: 
Y. M. C. A. (IJ. 

STANLEY ALBERT SIMPSON 
Carrboro 

ROBERT LLOYD SING, JR. 
Charlotte 

Kappa Alpha: Alpha Ep^ilon Delta. Vice-F 
(1, 2, 3. 4). 

WILLIAM LEE SINK 
Thomasville 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Economics 
B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in Zoology 
B.A. in Sociology 
B.A. in Chemistry 
B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Economics 

nng Democrats Club (4) ; 



B.A. in History 



B.A. in Chemistry 

iident 131: Y. M. C. .\. 



B.S. in Commerce 




1949 



Page );3 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Journalism 



WILLIAM RAY SIPES 
Troutmans 

HARRIET ANNE SIPPLE 
Orlando, Florida 

Pi Beta Phi: Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); I ackety Yack (3, 4), Organization 
Editor (3). Associate Editor (4) : Y. W. C. A. (3. 4) : President Pi Beta Phi 
(41; Pan-Hellenic Council (4; Student Entertainment Committee (4). 

DONALD EDMUND SKAKLE 

Waltham, Massachusetts A.B. in Physical Education 

Monogram Club: Tennis (1. 2. 3, 4), Co-Captain (4). 

MARY GLEN SLATER 
Wilson 



A.B. in Sociology 

ilory Council (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 



JOHN ALLISON SLOOP 
Salisbury 

SUZANNE REID SMALL 
Charlotte 

Alpha D,ha I'l. 

JEPTHA THOMAS SMATHERS 
Canton 

Western N. C. Club. 

ADRIAN WADDELL SMITH 
Chapel Hill 

Phi Delta Thela. 

BARBARA ANN SMITH 
Raleigh 

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



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

B.S. in Commerce 

A.B. in Political Science 

A.B. in Sociology 



BEVERLY JEAN SMITH 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

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

CHARLES ANDERSON SMITH 



Shaw, Mississippi 


A.B. in Chemistry 


Tarnation (3): Atlantic Christian Cnlleec ; 
Paper. 


Editorial Staff of Year Book and 


ELLEN MARIE SMITH 




Barnesville, Georgia 


A.B. in Dramatic Art 


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




JESSE EUGENE SMITH 




Winston-Salem 


B.S. in Commerce 


MILES JAMES SMITH, JR. 
Salisbury 


A.B. in Economics 


Kappa Alpha; Class Executive Committee 

(2) ; Dance Committee (4) ; Student Legi 

(3) ; Election Committee (2) ; University 
Democrats (3, 4) ; President of Universi 
(3, 4). 


(21; Secretary-Treasurer of Class 
islature (2, 3), Speaker Pro-Tem 
, Dance Committee (4) ; Young 
ty Party (3) ; Coalition Council 


RALPH KENAN SMITH 




Pink Hill 


B.A. in History 


ROBERT YANK SMITH, JR. 




Burlington 


B.S. in Commerce 


Phi Gamma Delta: Football (11: Y. M. C. 
ship Council (1). 


A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Friend- 


STANLEY SMITH 




Asheboro 


B.S. in Commerce 


Glee Club (1, 2, 3. 4) ; University Club 
Vice-President Grimes Dnrmilory (2) ; Cai 


(3); Men-s Honor Council (4); 
npus Party Steering Committee. 


WAITSEL BURGESS SMITH 




Durham 


B.S. in Commerce 



Phi Delta The 



jui nn 




Senior Class \ 



WILEY ANDERSON SMITH, JR. 
Goldsboro B.A. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon- Minalaiirs. 

WILLIAM CARR SMITH 
Wilson 

riu Gamma Delia. 

WILLIAM HAROLD SMITH, JR. 
Florence, South Carolina 

Drha Kappa Epsilon. 

WILLIAM MARSHALL. SMITH 
Chapel Hill 

LEN BROUGHTON SMITHEY 
Chapel Hill B.A. 

HAL DERMONT SMYRE 
High Point 

GRACE ARRINGTON SNEAD 
Richmond, Virginia 

Knppa Delia; Stray Greekii; Glee Club (4): Y. W. 

VINCENT HOWELL SNELL 
Richmond, Virginia 

JACK LLOYD SNIPES 
Hillsboro 

Kappa Sigma; Interdormitory Council {I). 



in Political Science 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Economics 

in Political Science 

B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 

C. .\. 111. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



DONALD JEFFERSON SNOW 
Washington, D. C. 

Daily Tar Heel (II; Sound and Fury (3). 

WILLIAM KITT SNYDER 
Angier 

DAVID ELLIOTT SOBEL 
New York City, New York 



(2) ; Socce 



B.A. in English 



B.A. in Zoology 



B.A. in Chemistry 

; Interdormitory Ciuncil (2) ; 
Club (3. 4) ; Stude 



Hun 



Relal 



Steele Dormitory; Y Cabinet (2); Instil 



CHARLES ALONZO SOMERS 
Reidsville 

Glee Club (I. 2, 3, 4,1. 

JAMES EARL SOMERS 
Burlington 



JEAN COURTNEY SOMERVELL 

Prince Frederick, Maryland 



B.A. in French 



B.A. in Chemistry 



Y. w. c. -\ 



B.A. in English 

; V. Cabinet 



HARVEY McKINLEY SOUTHERN 

Rural Hall B.S. in Commerce 

AYLOR OAKES SOYARS, JR. 

Danville, Virginia B.S. in Commerce 

BURTON SPARER 

New York City, New York B.A. in Sociology 

Swimming (1). 




..1949 



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JANE MARY SPARROW 
Chapel Hill 

Yackely Yack (41. 

ALLEN SPENCER 
Salisbury 

K'lppii Atpliii. 

SAMUEL McKNITT SPRINGS, JR. 
Charlotte 



CHARLES KENNETH SPRUILL 
Mount Olive 

RODMAN T. SPRUILL 
Oriental 

llpha K„p,,a Delta: Inleidurmilorv Council (2). 

LAURENCE GRAY SPRUNT 
Wilmington 

Si^ma Alpha Epsilon. 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM FRANCIS SPURLIN, JR. 

New York City, New York B.A. in Economics 

Alpha Tau Omega; Sheiks (2. 3, 41; President o( 4lpha Tau Omega (31. 



AMOS MOREHEAD STACK 
Red Springs 

Alpha Tau Omega; 13 Club (3, 4). Secrela 



B.A. in Economics 



VERA HUGHES STALLINGS 

Forest City B.S. in Public Health Nursing 



CHARLES CLAUD STAMEY 
Fallston 

JOHNNY THOMAS STANFIELD 
Winston-Salem 

LEE ROY STANLEY 
Reidsville 

K„pi,a Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigi 

ALFRED CLYDE STARLING 

Albemarle 

CHARLES RAY STARLING 

Statesville 

PI Kappa Phi. 



B.A. in Chemistry 

B.A. in Radio 

B.S. in Commerce 

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



DUNCAN ROBERTSON ST. CLAIR, II 

Charlotte B.A. in Political Science 

Chi Psi. 



JONATHAN EDWIN STEED, III 



Richlands 

Glee Club (I. 2. 3, 4). 

HOKE H. STEELMAN 
Boone 

Delta Sigma Pi; Inlerdormilory Cc 



B.A. in Mathematics 



B.S. in Commerce 

prn N. C. Club (1. 2). 



STEPHEN STEFANOU, JR. 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Philosophy; B.S. in Chemistry 

Kappa Alpha; Wrestling (IJ. 



nn rui 




SPARROW 
C. SPRl'ILL 
SPURLIN, JR. 

STAMEY 

A. STARLING 

STEED, III 



SPENCER 
R. SPRUILL 

STACK 
STANFIELD 
C. STARLING 
STEELMAN 



SPRINGS, JR. 

SPRUNT 

STALLINGS 

STANLEY 

•. CLAIR, II 

StiEFANOU. JR. 




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Senior Class 




MELVIN SANFORD STEINBERG 
Montgomery, Alabama 

Pin Ela Sigma: Hilli-1 CabiilPl (4) ; Wi.rl.l Ff.lcrali. 

ROBERT EARL STELLING 
Charleston, South Carolina 

WILLIAM FRED STEPHAN 
Clearwater, Florida 

Pi Kuiiii,, Alpha. 

JAMES CARROL STEPHENS 
Orrum 

■(;,,/,„ lau (lm,ga. 

HELEN ELIZABETH STEPHENSON 

Shelby A.B. in Journalism 

llplia Uelt.i Pi; Dally Tar H.-el: Pai.Hellf ilk- (3, 4), Rush Captain (4). 

JAMES PRUDEN STEPHENSON 
Severn 

pill Bela Kappa. 

DAVID BOYETTE STEVENS 
Chapel Hill 

Kappa Alpha. 

EVERETT SMITH STEVENS, JR. 
Smithfield 



MERLE MARIE STEVENS 
Forest City 



B.S. in Physics 

(3, 41. 



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

A.B. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



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

Council (4) ; Di Senate (3, 4) ; 



ROBERT LOUIS STEVENS 
Asheville 

Playniakers (3. 41 ; Freshman Friendship Co 

1 U. 

RICHARD KENT STEWART 
Chapel Hill 

SUSANNE STOKES 
Raleigh 

Alpha 



A.B. in English 

■il (1); Carolina Quarterly 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Chemistry 

imma Delia; Thela Pu Epsilan ; Interdorniitory Council (3, 4), 
Women's (3) ; Canterbury Club (3, 4) ; Student Vestry (3, 4| ; 
Valkyries (4); Yackely Yack (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet Member: 
Presi.lenl Melier Dorm (3. 4) ; Woman's Honor Council (4) ; Orientation 
roniniillee (U; Pan. Hellenic Council (4). 

PETER WILSON STRADER 

Sarasota, Florida 



EDGAR LEROY STRAIN 
Rome, Georgia 

V. IVI. C. ,\. (.). 4). S.cretary.Treasur 

JACK D. STRATTON 
Robbinsville 

Delia Sigma Pi; Inter 



B.A. in Dramatic Art 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 

y Council (2); Western N. C. Club (3). 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM DAVID STRAYHORN 

Wilmington 

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

Sigma Alpha Epsilori; Gorgon's Head. Quaestor (4); 13 Club, President (3). 

ROBERT HECTOR STRICKLAND 

Carolina Beach A.B. in Chemistry 



STEINBERG 


STELLING 


STEPHAN 


STEPHENS 


H. STEPHENSON 


.1. STEPHENSON 


D. STEVENS 


E. STEVENS, JR. 


M. STEVENS 


R. STEVENS 


STEWART 


STOKES 


STRADER 


STRAIN 1 


STRATTON 


STRAYHORN 


c. strickland.Ar. 


R. STRICKLAND 

n 


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Are you suffering from an inferior complex? Do you see people 
following you ? Do voices come to you in the middle of the night and 
tell you to get up, open the window, and jump out? Do you think 
your wife is a drunkard everytime you come off a binge? If you suffer 
from any of these delusions, don't worry. You're a little abnormal. 
Just run over to New West, ask for Dr. Dashiell, head of the psy- 
chology department, and tell him you think you're a paranoid, a 
maniac, or a victim of schizophrenia. Yes, Raleigh has Dix Hill, 
Durham has Duke University, and Chapel Hill has New West . . . 
not a thing to worry about. . . . And with this madcap home, on third 



Psychology 




JOHN F. DASHIELL 
Head of Psychology Department 



Page M8 




Col. Shepard makes the point 



Dr. Daniels and the suffering he 



floor, is the Dialectic Senate, where students argue 
on such bills as "Is Sex Necessary?" or "Can Caro- 
lina Coeds ever become Dateless in the near Future?" 
Commercial: For any mental disorder, intellectual or 
physical, remember there's no place like New West 
. . . furnished apartments for human guinea pigs. 



A Prof's work is never done, so thinks Dr. Crane 





Take and three. Dr. Leynian. and read the sign 



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m^im ^3| 


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III front of the camera $at Dr. Aclkiii> 




-' r KdiiKiiKi; 


STRONG. JR. 


STROID 


M HCII !• 


SIMMERS 


C. SUTTON, JR. 


W. sin UN 


SWAIN, JR. 


SWAINSON 


F. SWARTZBERG 


R. SWARTZBERG 


P. SWOPE 


W. SWOPE 


SVMMES 


SZAFARYN 


TABER 

1 . nri 


P. TALLEY 


W. TALLEY 


K nn nn 


^^j-rV^"X. ^^—^ 


-.> ^ ^ 



MARILYN JEAN STROHKORB 

Richmond, Virginia B.A. in Journalism 

//;./!« D,ll„ P, ; Y. W. C. A. 1.3. I.I. 

GEORGE VAUGHAN STRONG, JR. 

Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania B.A. in English 

i; G.Tniaii Club (HI; Inlcrlralf rniu Ciin.-il I ->. 31: 



ARCHIE HAYWOOD STROUD 
Pink Hill 

KENNETH EPHRIAM STROUP 

Cherryville 

Band (J. .1. II; .\.-isl;uil Librarian |3, 41; L nil 

LACY WALTERS SUMMERS 
Greensboro 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Music 

E-rsily CInb (.il. 

B.A. in Chemistry 



CLAUDE STANFORD SUTTON, JR. 
Greensboro 

WILBA CARR SUTTON 
Newton Grove 



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

Ift HI ; M„n.,Bram drib 
41 ; Koolball (1. 21. 

B.S. in Commerce 

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

Pi Kappa Alpha; PresirJent of Junior Class; Dance Commiltee (3, 4) ; Colrli?n 
Fleece; Grail; Interrlormitory Council (1, 3. 4); Monogram Club II. 2. 3, 
n. President (3), Vice-President (2); University Club (3); Football 
II. 2. 3. 4): C. A. A. President. 



WILLIAM LUTHER SWAIN, JR. 
Winston-Salem 

JOHN B. SWAINSON 
Port Huron, Michigan 

FRED LANE SWARTZBERG 
High Point 



ROY EDWARD SWARTZBERG 
Asheville 

Tau Ep^ilon Phi. 

PAUL STEPHENSON SWOPE 
Roanoke, Virginia 

WILLIAM EARL SWOPE 
Roanoke, Virginia 

ANDREW HARRISS SYMMES 
Wilmington 

LEONARD A. SZAFARYN 
Ambridge, Pennsylvania 



MARY ANN TABER 
Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 

Chi Omeea. 

PATTERSON HALL TALLEY 
Danville, Virginia 

WALTER REED TALLEY 
Bradenton, Florida 



B.A. in English 



B.A, in Radio 



B.A. in Political Science 

21; Men's Honor Council (3); 




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WILLIS A. TALTON 
Oxford 

CHARLES MABRY TANNER 
Palatka, Florida 

Chi Phi: Band (2. 3. 41: University Club (31. 

CHARLES GORDON TATE. JR. 

Morganton A.B. in Political Science 

Alpha Tuu Omeea: Stales Rights As«.riali..n (4). 

SARAH LINDSAY TATE 
Charlotte 

Anpp.i Delia: CaioUna Magazine (3]. Exchange Editor: Daily Tar Heel (41: 
l)i Senate (41: Glee Club (41: Student Legislature (31: Tarnation (3. 41. 
Sales Manager. Exchange Editor: Y. W. C. .\. (3. 41: Stray Greeks (3, 4), 
Treasurer (4); Charlotte Club; Student Parly (3, 4.1, Vice-Chairman (4). 

WILLIAM THOMAS TATE 

Marion 

CARTER TAYLOR 

Charlotte 

Carolina Political Union (3J ; Daily Tar Heel (4J; Glee Club (3); Tarnation 
131: Choral Club (41; Women's -\lhletic .\ssocialion (41; Yackely iack 
(31. .Assistant Business Manager; Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Coed Senate (4); 
House Council (3. 41: Charlotte-Carolina Club: Dance Committee (3. 41. 



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



A.B. in English 



B.S. in Commerce 



A.B. in Journalism 



LON WILKINSON TALYOR 
Washington 

l;aod (1. .'. 3. 4J. 



B.S. in Commerce 



NELSON WHITFORD TAYLOR, III 

Beaufort A.B. in Political Science 

Membership Chairman of Town Men's Association; N. R. O. T. C. : Campaign 



B.S. in Commerce 
A.B. in Radio 
B.S. in Physics 



RICHARD HARDY TAYLOR 

Snow Hill 

JAMES MADISON TERESI 
Milledgeville, Georgia 

LOUIS HOWARD THACKER 
Greensboro 

Phi Bela Kappa. President. 

HARRY JONES THOMAS, JR. 

Chapel Hill ' A.B. in Dr.imatic Art 

Playmakers (1. 2, 3, 41: G.dl 111; Y. M. C. A. 111. 

MASON PAGE THOMAS, JR. 

Siler Cit)' B.S. in Commerce 

Delia Sigma Pi: Clee Club 11, 2. 31; Vice-Presidenl of Canterbury Club. 

RICHARD HERBERT THOMAS 
Richmond, Virginia 



A.B. in Radio 



BENJAMIN EVERETT THOMPSON, JR. 



Rocky Mount 

BURRUS ALFRED THOMPSON 
Lowell 

LEONARD KIETH THOMPSON 
Westport, Indiana 

Soirrid and Fur> 1.11: Y. .M. C. A.: Brazen Pillars. 

SAMUEL JACKSON THOMPSON 
Graham 



A.B. in Sociology 

A.B. in Zoology 

A.B. in Sociology 

B.S. in Commerce 



Sigma Chi: Class Executive Committee (4); Social Chairman; Class Office] 
<4I: Interfratemity Council (2, 3, 4|, President (41; Student Legislatur. 
131: University Club (2); University Party Steering Committee; Sluden 
Welfare Board (41; President Sigma Chi (3). 





TALTO.N 

S. TATE 
L. TAYLOR 

TERESI 
M. THOMAS, JR. 
B. A. THOMPSON 



TA.N.NER 


C. TATE. JR. 


\S. TATE 


C. TAYLOR 


TAYLOR, III 


R. TAYLOR 


THACKER 


H. THOMAS, JR. 


». THOMAS 


B. THOMPSON. JR. 


THOMPSON 


S. THOMPSON 


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1949 



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S. THOMPSON 

L. THORP 

L. TREXLER. JR. 



W. E. THOMPSO> 
TIMBERLAKE, III 
\S . TREXLER. JR. 



\V. B. THOMPSON 

TOBEV, JR. 

TRICE 



E. THORNE 
TOOLS 
TROTT 



M. THORNE H. THORP 

TOWELL TREME 

TROXLER TRIITT 



SANFORD WEBB THOMPSON 

Morehead City B.S. in Commerce 



Pill Gamma Deln 



WALLACE EUGENE THOMPSON 

Maxham B.A. in Political Science 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM BROWN THOMPSON 
Oneco, Florida 

Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer (3). 

EDWARD YOUNG COX THORNE 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Chemistry 

Zeta Psi; Phi E:a Sigma; Freslinian Track. 

MARY LEAH THORNE 

Farmville B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega; University Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Coed Senate (3, 4). 

HENRIETTA WILLIAMS THORP 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Journalism 

Pi Beta Phi; Daily Tar Heel (3). Society EJitor; Glee Club (3); Student 



LEWIS SUMNER THORP 
Rocky Mount 

Zela Psi. 



B.S. in Medicine 



JULIAN BURTON TIMBERLAKE, III 

Greenville B.S. in Commerce 

GEORGE WHITFIELD TOBEY, JR. 

Lincolnton B.S. in Commerce 



JERRY FREDRICK TOOLS 

Miami, Florida 

Chi Psi. 

NED CALVIN TOWELL 
Mooresville 

FERRIS TREME 
Welsh, Louisiana 

LUTHER LEE TREXLER, JR. 
Salisbury 



B.A. in Chemistry 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Mathematics 



WILLIAM GRANT TREXLER, JR. 

Asheboro B.S. in Commerce 

Brazen Pillars, Secretary-Treasurer (3), Treasurer (4). 



B.S. in Commerce 



CHARLES ALBERT TRICE 
Polkton 

Phi Ela Sigma. 



GENEVIEVE MARIE TROTT 

Newton B.A. in History 

C. I. C. A. (3, 4), Social Chairman; Aquinas Club (3. II. 



AVERY HOYLE TROXLER 

Greensboro 

WILLIAM DIGGS TRUITT 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Sigma .\u; Swimming (1. 21. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 




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Senior Class 




TSUMAS 

TWIFORD 

RECKE 



TUFTS 

TYSON 

VAN HOY 



TURLINGTON 
UMONT 

VANN 



TURNER 

URQUHART 

WINKLE 



TURNLEY. JR. 

UZZELL, JR. 

VAUGHN 



TWINE 

VACHE 

VENABLE, JR. 



HARRY GEORGE TSUMAS 

Statesville B.A. in Classics 

S:sma Phi Epulon- Y..uiig Democrats Club 13. 4); Aquinas Club. 



LEONARD TUFTS 
Pinehurst 



B.S. in Commerce 



SARA CATHERINE TURLINGTON 

Dunn B.A. in English 

V. W. C. A. (i) : C. I. C. A. 

EUGENE HARROLD TURNER 

Laurinburg B.A. in Physical Education 



EDMUND TEMPLE TURNLEY, JR. 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Physical Education 



CARTER LOCKETT TWINE 
Fayetteville 



B.S. in Commerce 



RUSSELL E. TWIFORD 

Elizabeth City B.A. in Political Science 

Alpha Tau Omega: Band (A, 21; Glee Club {3 1 . 



TYREE BRYAN T^'SON 
Oak City 

FRED UMONT 

Clarkesville, Virginia 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



THOMAS M. URQUHART 
Woodville 

Kappa Alpha: Monogram Club; Wrestling (2, 3). 

EDWARD F. UZZELL, JR. 
Chapel Hill 

Cht Phi. 

CLAUDE CHARLES VACHE 
Franklin, Virginia 

3, 4) 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Law 



B.A. in Philosophy 

President (2) ; Episcopal 



JOHN ROBERT VAN HECKE 
Chapel Hill B.A. 

Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Student Legislature (4) ; Un 
Co-chairman (4) ; Town Men's Association, Presid. 

WILLIAM PAUL VAN HOY 
Union Grove 

Glee Club (3. 4J. 

GEORGE NORWOOD VANN 
Raleigh 

LEE E. VAN WINKLE 
Sanford 

ROBERT HINES VAUGHN 
Winston-Salem 

CHARLES SCOTT VENABLE, JR. 
Wallingford, Pennsylvania 

Sigma Nu: Golden Fleece (3. 4); Crai! (3, 4); Si 
(2) ; Y. M. C. A. (1) ; Attorney-General (3) ; Sti 
mittee Chairman (4) ; Coalition Council (3. 
(3). 



in Political Science 

iversity Club; C. C. U. N. 
nt (4). 

B.A. in Journalism 

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

:ribe (3) ; Boxing Manager 
udent Enlerlainmeni Com. 
U. P. Steering Committee 




..1949 



TOM ALFORD VESTAL 
Rocky Mount 

Phi Delia Thelii; C.Ipe Club (3) ; Interfr^ 

TURNER VINSON. JR. 

Clayton 

LAWRENCE SHERROD VIVERETTE 



B.A. in Chemistry 

ity Coiinril (3. 41: Inlcrfratprnitv 



B.A. in Chemistry 



Battleboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



JAMES BREVARD VOGLER. JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

Ddia Sigma Pi; Student Legislature (31; Campus Party; Vice-Chairmaii 
Cualltion Council (31; Student Welfare Board (3); Chairman Constitution 
Committee (3); Student Government Budget Committee (31. 



JOHN DOUGLAS VON CANON 



Sanford 

<;iee Clul. (1. 2. I. II. 

CLYDE WHITE WADE 
Roxboro 



JAMES LEWIS WALDRON 
Columbus, Georgia 

Phi Delia Thela; G.imaii Club E.xe.utive (31; 

JOSEPH COMPTON WALKER 
Hillsboro 

PERCY L. WALL 
Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 
B.A. in Music 

(1. -', :i. II : Y. M. (;. A. 

B.A. in Journalism 

Slleiks. 

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



RICHARD TOWNSHEND WALL 

Heniierson B.S. in Commerce 

Viee-Prosident Henderson-Carolina Club (31. President (tl. 



THEODORE RALEIGH WALL 
Greensboro 



HENRY C. WALTERS 

James vi He 



JOHN ROBERT WALTERS, JR. 

Reidsville B.A. in Science Education 



B.A. in History 



B.A. in Chemistry 



SUSAN HOWELL WALTON 
Miami, Florida 

Pi Bel.i Phi: 1. \V. (.. A. 

BENNIE BROOKS WARD 
Ash 

Seerelarv. Treasurer of Old East Dorm (3. 4). 

DONALD MALLARD WARD 
Goldsboro 

Pht Kappa Sigma. 

JACK KURFEES WARD 
Mocksville 

JOSEPH CARL WARD. JR. 
Rowland 

Sigma .Vu; University Club. 



B.A. in Sociology 

B.A. in Zoology 

B.S. in Commerce 

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




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MARION H. WARD 
Charlotte 

Sigma Chi. 

RAYMOND SLEDGE WARD 

Nashville 

HORACE GRAY WARNER 

Walkertown 

4lpha Kapp.i P.:, 

EDWARD R. WARREN, JR. 
Goldsboro 

JAMES ANDERSON WARREN 
Lenoir 

JOHN ERANK WARREN 
Graham 



B.S. in Commerce 

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

B.A, in Economics 

B S. in Science Education 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Economics 



LEWIS HANDLEY WARREN 
Harrington, Delaware 

Plli Kap/ia Sigma; Clei- Club 111; Bass Men's Clia 



ROTCHER HARRIS WATKINS, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Commerce 



MARY FRANCES WATSON 

Raleigh 

c. I. c. A. 



ROBERT MEREDITH WATSON, JR. 
Winston-Salem B.A. in Economics 

Graham Memorial (l| ; Travel Agcnl, 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN WATSON 

Charleston, West Virginia 

JAMES MAXWELL WAUGH 
Greensboro 

Alpha Kappa Psi. 

JAMES HOLDEN WA^'NICK 
Greensboro 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Mathematics 



BYNUM EDGAR WEATHERS, JR. 

Shelby 

I'hi Uu llpl,,,. 

GILBERT ARTHUR WEBB 
Henderson 

WESLEY BRYANT WEBB 

Macclesfield 



B.A. in Law 

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



B.A. in English 



PERCY C. WEEKS, JR. 
Clinton 

Sigma r.'ii hp,ilua: GUe Club 1 1. 

HARVEY J. WEINSTEIN 
New York Cit)-. New York 

r.,a Ep-ilan Phi. 



B.S. in Commerce 

V. .\1. C. .\. 11. 2). 



B.S. in Commerce 




Vs. 



M. WARD 
L. WARREN 
W AYMCK 



.1949 



l^iillff 



R. WARD 
WATKI^S, JR. 
WEATHERS, JR. 



WARNER 

.M. WATSON 

G. WEBB 



E. WARREN, JR. 

R. WATSON, JR. 

W. \(EBB 



J, A. WARREN J. F. WARREN 

W. WATSON WAUGH 

WEEKS, JR. WEINSTEIN 




M. JERRY WEISS 

Chase City, Virginia 



B.A. in English 



Pi Lambda Phi. Secretary (4) ; Delta Psi Omegas Daily Tar Hfel (2. 3, 4) ; 
Di Senate (3, 4) ; Hillel Cabinet (3, 4) ; Playmakers (3. 4) ; Sound and 
Fnrv, Piiblicitv Director and Business Manager (21. Treasurer (3), President 
(41: Yackely Yack (4): Young Republicans Club (3, 41; Y. M. C. A. (4); 
W. S. S. F. Co-Chairman, Summer Session (41. 



HENRY FRANCIS WELFARE 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



Siema Alpha Epsilon; Y. .M. C. A. (1. 2); Cliairnian Dan 
Winston-Salem. Carolina Club (3) ; Vice-President Air R set 

13. 4.1. 

HUGH A. WELLS 
Shelby 

University Veteran's .Association. President (3, 4 

MARGARET ANNE WELLS 
Milledgeville, Georgia 

P, Una Plii: Ch, Delia Phi 13. 41. Vice-President (4); Carolina Quarlerh 
(41: Di Senal;. (31: Inlcrdormilorv Council (4): S-cretarv Student Legisla- 
ture (3. 41; Yacltrl^ Yack (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet; C. C. U. N. 



i.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Political Science 



MYRA WELSH 
Monroe 

Alpha Delia Pi. 

EDWIN MORTON WESS 
New York City, New York 



B.S. in lournalism 



B.A. in Economics 



Phi Beta Kappa; Young Republicans Club (41; V. .M. C. A. (1. 
ophy Club (3); University Veteran's Association (1. 2. 3, 41. 

JOHN WEBB WEST, JR. 

Waynesville 

Wesley Fouudatiru, (3, H. 

HARRY WETTIG, JR. 

Wilmington 

WILLIAM CARL WHEELER 
Oxford 

GEORGE BETTON WHITAKER 

Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Zoology 

B.S. in Bacteriology 

B.S. in Commerce 



ROBERT CORNELIUS WHITAKER 

Wilmington B.A. in Mathematics 

HENRY ALEXANDER WHITE 



Edenton 

JOHN WILLIAM WHITE 

Statesville 

NATHANIEL STELL WHITE. )R. 
Chapel Hill 

Playmakers (3. 41: Y. M. C. A. (3. II. 



B.S. in Commerce 

B.S. in Commerce 

B.A. in Radio 



B.A. in Political Science 



B.A. in Zoology 



WILLIAM CHARLES WHITE 
Taylorsville 

Kappa Sigma: Football 111: Y. M. C- A- (31 

WILLIAM VANNOY WHITE 
Lenoir 

Sigma Nu: Phi Ma Alpha: Band (1. 2, 31; Glee Club (1. 3): Interfraternilv 
Council (3, 4), Vice-President (H; Y. M. C. A. (1. 21; U. N. C. Orchestra 
(1, 2. 3). 

RAYMOND CLYDE WHITEHURST, JR. 

Jackson B.A. in Chemistry 

FRANCIS ALEXANDER WHITESIDE 

Gastonia B.S. in Commerce 

Kappa Sigma 



/^"V 




WEISS 

M. TSELLS 

WEST, JR. 

C. WHITAKER 

J. WHITE 

W. V. WHITE 



WELFARE 

WELSH 

WETTIG, JR. 

R. WHITAKER 

N. WHITE. JR. 

WHITEHIRST, JR. 



H. WELLS 

WESS 

WHEELER 

H. W^ITE 

. C. WHITE 

HITESIDE 




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\ 







W... f^ 




WHITESIDES 
E. WICKER 
WIDMAN, JR. 

WILDER 

B. WILLIAMS 

H. J. WILLIAMS 



VilllTLEV 

W. WICKER 

WIGGINS 

D. WILLARD 

E. WILLIAMS 
H. F. WILLIAMS 



WHITSETT 

\SIDENHOUSE 

WILCOX, JR. 

F. \!'ILLARD 

C. WILLIAMS, JR. 

H. S. WILLIAMS 



BOBBY C. WHITESIDES 
Gastonia 

(;lc.- Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 

MARTIN LUTHER WHITLEY 

Walstonburg 

Chi Psi. 

BURTON M. WHITSETT 

Winston-Salem 

EUGENE CLAYTON WICKER 
Sanford 



B.A. in Music 

B.S. in Commerce 

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



WARREN JAKE WICKER 

Sanford B.A. in Political Science 

Carolina Poiilical Union (2. 3. 41. Vice-Cliairman (31: Yoims Republicans 
Club (41; C. C. U. N. (31: linile.l World Federalisls (3, 41, President (4); 
Carolina Forum (41. 

PHIL WELDON WIDENHOUSE 

Concord B.S. in Commerce 

JOHN LAWRENCE WIDMAN, JR. 
Biltmore 

ri,!l:„ Sigma Pi; Tl,e!« Delia Chi: Soccer (2, 31. 



B.S. in Commerce 



HEATH HARTSELL WIGGINS 

Concord B.A. in Journalism 

D.Ira Dell,, Delia; Yackely Yack (3); V. W. C. A. (3). 

JAMES SIMPSON WILCOX, JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Economics 

S,gma Alpl,', Eps,lo„: Criinn's Head: Inlerlralernily Council (4). 

WILLIAM BRYANT WILDER 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Chemistry 

Y. M. C. A. (1. 2, 3, 41; Glee Club (11. 

DUKE CLIFFORD WILLARD 

Winston-Salem B.S. in Commerce 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Band (1, 3, 4) : Y. M. C. A. (1). 



FORREST RAY WILLARD 
High Point 

Ph, Kappa S.gma. 

BEN FORREST WILLIAMS 
East Lumberton 

EVERETTE PAUL WILLIAMS 

Albemarle 

GOMER THOMAS WILLIAMS. JR. 
Southampton, Pennsylvania 

Monogram Club (3. l.l . 

HANNAH JAY WILLIAMS 

Winston-Salem B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Onef,,; Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Modern Dance Group 131. 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Art 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Chemistry 



HUGH FRAZIER WILLIAMS 
Morganton 



H. SMITH WILLIAMS 
Yadkinville 



'.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Law 




.1949 




J. M. W 11.I.IAM> 
>i. W ILLIAMS. JR. 
R. L. W ILLIAMS, JR 

W. WILLIAMS 
J. C. WILSON 
K. WINECOFF 



J. R. \S ILLIAMS 

R. A. WILLIAMS, JR 

T. WILLIAMS 

WILLIAMSON, JR 



J. R. WILSON 



N. WILSON 
WINSLOW, JR. 



M. «ILLIAMS 

R. G. -yiLLIAMS 

T. S. WILLIAMS 

WILLIS 

H. WINECOFF 

WOFFORD 



JEAN Mcculloch williams 

Bluefield, West Virginia B.A. in Spanish 

P, Brla Phi; Daily Tar Heel (1) : Y. W. C. A. (2) : Spanish Club. 

JOHN R. WILLIAMS 

Landis B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in English 

un.l a.iJ Fury (31; V. W. C. a'^ Ml: 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.S. in Commerce 



MARY LOU WILLIAMS 

Reidsville 

ilplui DUa Pi: Gil-., rlub 13. II; S 
Splash Club 13. II: StucU-nl A.jvisor 141. 

NAT McDonald williams, jr. 

Thomasville, Georgia B.A. in Chemistry 

Kappa Alpha: Worlil Federalists (3. 41; Student for Demorratic Action 
(3, 4). 

ROBERT A. WILLIAMS, JR. 
Monroe 

P, K,.p,,„ Alpha. 

ROBERT GILLIAM WILLIAMS 
Hendersonville 

Alpha Kappa Psi. 

ROGER Li ROY WILLIAMS, JR. 

LaGrange B.A. in Physical Education 

THURMAN WILLIAMS 

Fayetteville B.S. in Commerce 

Delta Kappa Epsiloa; Daily Tar Heel (2): German Club Executive (31; 
Gorgon's Head (3. 41: Student Legislature (3. 4); U. P. Chairman (3. 4); 
Non.Partisan Board (3. 4| ; Orientation Committee (4) ; Chairman Ways and 
Means Commillee (3. 41; Minataurs (2. 3, 4). 

TROY SHELTON WILLIAMS 
Ocracoke 

WILEY JULIAN WILLIAMS 
Hamlet 



B.A. in Journalism 



B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM FRANK WILLIAMSON, JR. 



Elizabethtown 

Sigma Chi. 

ERNEST MOORE WILLIS 
Clemson, South Carolina 

Kappa .ilpha, 

JAMES C. WILSON 
Winston-Salem 



B.S. in Commerce 



B.A. in Sociology 



B.S. in Commerce 

(11: N. R. O. T. C. Student Commander (41. 

B.S. in Commerce 



JOHN ROSE WILSON 
Raleigh 

Phi F.la Sisma: Chi Psi. 

N. WARREN WILSON 
Burlington 

I...-,l„l: Chi Alpha. P^e^i,l,•rll III; lul, rhalerii 

HARRY KING WINECOFF 
Concord 

KAY CALDWELL WINECOFF 
Concord 

Signi'i Phi Epsilo'i. 

JAMES TROY WINFREY 
Walnut Cove 

FRANCIS EDWARD WINSLOW, JR. 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Chemistry 

Delia Kappa Epsiloa; Iulernali..u.il K.-klioi.> Club (31: Treasurer Student 

RICHARD LLWELLYN WOFFORD 

Reidsville B.S. in Commerce 

Cheerleader (3); Campus Parly (3. 4). 



B.S. in Commerce 

Council III. 

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

B.S. in Commerce 



nn nn 




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B.S. in Commerce 



WILLIAM ROBERT WOLF 
Mt. Carmel, Illinois 

J/,./i,i T„u Umega; Drila S:gma Pt. 

ELINOR SPOTSWOOD WOLTZ 

Raleigh B.S. in English 

/)»;(« Dtl:a Delia. Treasurer (4), Pledge Treasurer (31; Daily Tar Heel (.11: 
JorAelv rack (3, 4). Senior Editor (11; Y. W. C. A. (3); Chi Delta Phi 
13. 41 : Coed Senate (3. 4). 

GILES EDWARD WOOD. IR 

Chapel Hill B.A. in Chemistry 

V. M. C. A. (1, 2). 

MARION AVANT WOODBURY 

Wilmington B.S. in Commerce 

Ph, G.imma Drila; Intertraternily Council (41. 

SARAH ANN WOODHULL 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania B.A. in Journalism 

Pi Beta Phi: Chi Delia Phi (3. 41, President (4): Carolina Magazine (31; 
D„ih Tar Heel. Campus Editor (3. 41; Valkvries. President; Y. W. C. X. 
(.■!. II, Secretary (4); W. A. A. Council (H. 

JOHN RUSH WOOLEY 

Wagram B.A. in Chemistry 

Alpha Tau Omega; Band (1, 2, 31; Y. .M. C. A. (I. J. 3. II. 

WILLIAM CHAPMAN WOOTEN 

Rocky Mount B.A. in Music 

Phi Ma Alpha: Band (1, 2, 3, 41: Orchestra (3, 41. 

DOUGLAS J. WORLEY 

Raleigh 



B.S. in Chemist 



LYMAN GRIFFIS WORTHINGTON 



Princeton 



B.S. in Commerce 



THORNTON HALLIBURTON YAKCEY 



Oxford 

K,,,,,.,, il,,h., 

FRANCIS A. YATES 
Lumberton 

LESLIE PRESTON YELVERTON 

Fountain 



B.A. in Engli.sh 

B.A. in Economics 
B.S. in Commerce 



MARJORIE YATES YOKLEY 
Mount Airy 

Chi Omega. Secretary; 1 



B.A, in Sociology 

Yack (31 ; Y. W. C. A. (3. II. 



CLARENCE NELSON YORK 

Ramseur B.A. in History 

JOHN HARRIS YORK, JR. 

Charlotte B.S. in Commerce 

LamhJa Chi Alpha. 

MARTHA BEST YORKE 

Concord B.A. in Sociology 

Chi Omega: Alpha Kappa Delia; Y. W. C. A. (3. 11. 

RICHARD EDWARD YOUNG, JR. 



Asheville 

Boyina (1. 2. 31. 


B.S. 


in Commerce 


SAMUEL CURTIS YOUNGBLOOD 
Washington, D. C. B.S. 

4lpha Tau Omega. 


in Commerce 


GEORGE T. YOUNTZ 
Southmont 


B.S. 


in Commerce 


JAMES BYRON ZALANKA 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

Ban.l (11. 


B.A. 


in Psychology 


JAMES FETZER ZIGLAR 

Atlanta, Georgia 

P'n Beta Kappa. 


B.S. 


in (Commerce 




WOLF 
WOODBIRY 
\(OOTE> 
YANCEY 
C. YORK 
YOINCBLOOI) 



WOLTZ WdOD. JR. 

WOODHL'LL WOOLEY 

WORLEY WORTHINGTON 

YATES YELVERTON YOKLEY 

J. YORK. JR. YORKE YOUNG. JR. 
YOl NTZ ZAL.\NKA 



ZIGLAR 




-"l-v/-- 



.1949 







Alunuii Hall 



Sociology 



Alumni Hall, with its checker- 
board floors, neighbor of the 
Davie Poplar, is where students 
of Sociology, Anthropology, 
and City Planning gather under 
one roof. Its cornerstone was 
laid in 1898 and was completed 
in 1902. In 1939 the interior 
was changed from wood to 
marble, probably to accom- 
modate Dr. Gillin and the 
heavy-smoking students. 

If you wander into Alumni 
and stand under the unnamed 
oil painting on the first floor, 
you can probably hear students 
saying: "Did Dr. Brooks bring 
those hula girls from Hawaii for 
his folk dances?" "You're 
lucky, you have classes under 
Saunders, B 1 a c k w e 1 1 , and 
Ferris". "All those cute secre- 
taries are married — to grad stu- 
dents". Seniors might tell you 
about the Psychology beer 
parties, while the Sociology De- 
partment drinks their tea; Dr. 
Odum having his night confer- 
ences and classes; or the Har- 
vard School of Social Theory as 
imported by Demerath. 




I>R. I'AHkEK 
//«■«(/ of Regional Plaiiiiiiig 



Page 130 





Dr. Cilliii briefs book before class 



Dr. Guy B. Johnson seems happy at work 



If you were a coed in Alumni, then you probably 
turned out three sets of Argyle socks during the fall 
quarter. Just why do they call it "Crip-ple Creek" — 
is it really that easy? But we don't see how you could 
forget the third floor library with its 3375 square feet 
of free lectures, research students. New Town, 
U. S. A., and that tomb-like silence. 

So, if you have never taken curly-haired Sid 
Lester's campus-famed Marriage course — you can 
take it next year — in Alumni Hall. 




Lea i ime 









illllll 




' If 








The birds and the bees 



Many hours were spent in Planning Library 



Page )3) 



Class of 1950 



We are the class of 19')0, the in-betweens who want to t^raduate as soon as possible, yet who 
are beginning to sense a slight touch of nostalgia as we think of the rapidity with which the 
year has passed and realize that our days at Carolina will soon be numbered. 

We are happy with our thoughts of one more year in which to buy cokes in the "!'", 
wade to classes in water and mud, shoot the breeze in dormitory rooms, and watch squirrels 
scamper around campus. 

We, as juniors, leave much behind us and have many memories, but the future holds 
much in store for us. because we will come back to the Hill next year and hold high the torch 
which is our heritage. 



President, Ed Washington; Vice-President, Dick Boren; Secretary, Muriel Fisher; 
Treasurer. Bob Montsomerv 




.-^ 




Some study, others play . . . hail 
Alma Mater! 



Junior 



BPE^ 




First Row: Calvin Monroe Adams, Jr., Statesville; Holcombe Chambers Adams, Lynchburg, Va.; John 
Talmadge Adams, Statesville; Muriel Ferguson Adams, Chapel Hill; Raymond Curtis Adams, Jr., Vance- 
boro; Tildon Harold Adams, Jonesville; Charles Harold Adderholdt, Hudson; William R. Adkins, Jr., 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Charlotte. 

Second Ron : 'DonaXdWngh Ahem, Alpha Tau Omega, Charlotte; Elven Thomas Aiken, Durham; Henry 
Lee Albright, Spencer; James Alexander Albright, Graham; Joseph Lindsay Albright, Zela Psi, Greens- 
boro; Levi Kennedy Alderman, Jr., Rose Hill; Donald Hugh Alern, Alpha Tau Omega, Charlotte; Don 
Marshall Alexander, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Asheboro. 

Third Row: Thomas Watkins Alexander, Macon, Ga. ; William Lona Alexander, Raeford; Joseph C. 
Allen, Jr., Durham; Oscar Gilson Allen, Jr., Winston-Salem; William Locke Allison, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Statesville; Daniel Isaac Allred, Jr., Aberdeen; Louise Knight Alsup, Dublin, Ga.; Kathryn Stewart 
Altizer, Christiansburg, Va. 

Fourth Row: Daisy Belle Anderson, Greensboro; Edwin Brooks Anderson, Winston-Salem; |ean Hansford 
Anderson, Augusta, Ga. ; Herbert Thomas Andrew, Siler City; Murray Milton Andrew, Snow Camp; 
Andrew Anthony Andrews, Wilmington; Harold Lee Andrews, Phi Ai/i Alpha, Durham; John Ernest 
Andrews, Jr., Graham. 

Fifth Row: Ralph Preston Andrews, Chapel Hill; William Edward Anthony, Gastonia; George Kenneth 
Archer, Chi Phi, Charlotte; Elinor Lawrence Ardrey, Aiken, S. C. ; Jo Anne Armstrong, Winchester, Va.; 
Ivan Baker Armstrong, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh; Betty Ann Arnold, Waynesboro, Va.; Robert Miller Arthur, 
Hillsboro. 



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f/V.f/ i^isj^A- Chester Theodore Ashby, Hilton Village, Va. ; Dan Bell Ashby, Chi Psi, Raleigh; Wallace 
Ashley, Jr., Alpha Tan Omega, Smithtield; Lewis Martin August, Philadelphia, Penna.; Mett Bagley 
Ausley, Delta Sigma Phi, Micro; Barbara Austin, Rome, Georgia; James Augustus Austin, Ridgewood, 
N. J. ; Joseph Wells Bach, Phi Delta Theta, Upper Darby, Pa. 

Second Row: Edward Franklin Baesel, Charlotte; Charles Roberts Bailey, Carthage; Glenn Boyette Bailey, 
Sims; Patricia Eleanor Bailey, Asheville; Ruth J. Baine, Sanford; Numa Reid Baker, Jr., Reidsville; 
Curtis Payson Baldwin, Asheville ; Russell Edward Baldwin, Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham. 

Third Row: Russell Glenwood Baldwin, Leland ; Winfield Morgan Baldwin, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Golds- 
boro; David Beach Bail, Burlington; Charles Ashby Ballance, Raleigh; John Harold Ballard, EUerbe; 
Rupert David Barefoot, Raleigh; Mark Virgil Barker, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Duham; Maty Elizabeth Barker, 
Asheville. 

Fourth Row: William Kerr Barker, Jr., Danville, Va.; John Roberts Barkley, Raleigh; Cecil Herbert Barnes, 
Lancaster, S. C. ; Claude Cartmill Barnes, Beaufort; William Arnold Barnes, High Point; Harry Lee Barn- 
hill, Wilmington; Otha Allen Barnhill, Greenville; Carl Eugene Barrett, Fayetteville. 

Fifth Row: Fred Alexander Barringer, Concord; Albert H. Barth, Hewlett, N. Y. ; Paul Joseph Baschon, 
Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Wilmington; Thomas Rector Bass, Newton; Joseph Yarnall Bassett, Jr., Asheville; 
Kenneth Carroll Batchelor, Beulaville; Roy Batchelor, Greenville; Harry Skinner Bateman, Kappa Sigma, 
Wilson. 



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First Row: Herbert Maurice Bateman, Plymouth; Welden Cushman Bayliss, Hartford, Conn.; Paul Joseph 
Baschon, Jr., Lanibda Chi Alpha, Wilmington; Arlie Burnace Beal, Siler City; Gilbert Ray Beam, Kuppj 
/4//'/:!d, Forest City; James Edward Bean, East Bend; John Hayden Beard. Phi Kappa Sigii/a. Salisbury; 
David L. Beecher, Manchester, Penna. 

Second Row: Morton R. Bergen, Taji Eps/loii Phi. Oxford; Albert John Begendorf, Jr., Charlotte; Charles 
E. Behrens, Phi Delia Theta, Washington, D. C. ; Oakley B. Beland, S/}^ma Chi. Wilson ; Lloyd Andrew 
Bell, Jr., Charlotte; Roderic Cortland Bellamy, Supply; Aroas Eugene Bennett, Jr.. Winston-Salem; Thomas 
Benton Bennett, Norwood. 

Third Row: Robert Roy Beyer, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Edward George Bilpuch, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Adah, Pa.; John David Bippart, Alpha Tan Owe^^J, South Orange, N. J. ; Robert Maneese Birke, 
Winston-Salem; Donald Gordon Black, Stocksville; Nancee Woodruff Black, West Hartford. Ky. ; Nor- 
man M. Black, Jr., Charlotte; Roy Jackson Blackley, Hamlet. 

Fourth Row: Rochel Edward Blakeney, Asheville; Eugene Dwight Blackwelder, Phi Eta Sigma, Concord; 
Doctor Frederick Blackwell, Jr., Charlotte; Thomas Edward Blair, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charlotte; Jack 
Staten Blalock, Phi Delta Theta, Charlotte; V. Wayne Blalock. Jr., Lexington; John D. Bland, Jr., Raleigh; 
Milton Clay Bliss, Phi Mn Alpha, Thomasville. 

Fifth Row: James Davis Blount, Jr., Sigma Chi, Wilson; John Burton Blue, Laurinburg; Gerald Blum, 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; James William Blum, Winston-Salem; Edmund 
Simpson Boice, Jr., Rocky Mount; Sturat Osborne Bondurant, Sigma Chi. Winston-Salem; Lyn Bond, Jr., 
Sigma Nil, Tarboro; Thomas Evans Boney, Wallace. 




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First Row: Joe L. Bookout, Charlotte; Cornelius Anthony Boon, Mocksville; Samuel Vernon Boone, Jr., 
Albemarle; Clifford A. Booth, Delia Sigma Pi, East Orange, N. J.; George Allen Booze, Asheville; 
Richard Benjamin Boren, III, Sigma Chi, Alpha Epsiloii Delia. Greensboro; John Robert Borum, High 
Point; Frank Cuthrell Boseman, Rocky Mount. 

Second Row: Robert Speed Bounds, Weldon; James Edwin Bowden, Wilmington; Joseph Francis Bowen, 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Greenville; Timothy William Bowen, Jr., Raleigh; Hugh Edgar Bowman, Aberdeen; 
Wayne Ronald Boyles, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Mount Airy; Mrs. Anne Bright Bradford, Kingsport, Tenn. ; 
Mary Margery Bradley, Boone. 

Third Row: Thomas Samuel Bradshaw, Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Phi Alpha, Graham; John Patrick Brady, 
Asheville; Jack Rudisill Brantley, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greensboro; Robert Hume Breese, Jr., Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Waynesville; John M. Brewer, Jr., Kershaw, S. C ; James Albert Bridger, Jr., Biadenboro; Harvey 
Meares Brinkley, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Durham; Robert Timothy Britt, Raleigh. 

Fourth Row: William Franklin Brock, Farmington; John Lyndon Brockmann, High Point ; Charlie Sherrell 
Brooks, Biscoe; Robert L. Brooks, Chapel Hill; Alfred E. Brown, Kappa Alpha. Dublin, Georgia; Bynum 
R. Brown, Murfreesboro; Colvin J. Brown, Jr., Waynesville; Musette Kitchin Brown, Scotland Neck. 

Fifth Row: Robert Pleasant Brown, Charlotte; Sanford Miller Brown, Roanoke Rapids; Billy Carlton 
Brown, Kappa Alpha, High Point; James Thomas Broyhill, Ph/ Delta Theta, Lenoir; Robert Clarton 
Brumley, Gastonia; Caroline Greer Bruner, Petersburg, Va.; Charles Jennings Bryan, P/ Kappa Alpha. 
Raleigh; Thomas Roth Bryan, Elkin. 







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First Row: Leo Heartt Bryant, Jr., Winston-Salem; Shasta Monroe Bryant, Mount Airy; Woodrow Wil- 
liam Bryson, CuUowhee; William Alexander Buckley, Abingdon, Va.; Stephen Boyd Bugher, Jr., Reids- 
ville; James Duncan BuUard, Chapel Hill; Fred Jefferson Bulluck, Rocky Mount; Dwight Elmo Bunn, 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Wendell. 

Second Row: John Royal Bunting, Bethel; Andrew Judson Burgess, Durham; Peter Talmadge Burks, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Charlotte; Jacqueline Matthew Burke, Pink Hill; Grady Jackson Burney, Jr., Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Charlotte; Charles Sloan Burns, Charlotte; Clara Jane Burroughs, So. Jacksonville, Florida; 
Harold Barrows Bursley, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte. 

Third Row: Ruth Hamilton Butler, Pi Beta Phi, Tallahassee, Florida; Billy B. Butler, Morganton; Leonard 
A. Butt, Sigma Chi, Washington, D. C. ; Walter Eugene Byerly, Asheville; Richard Harding Byrd, Warsaw; 
Robert Oren Byrum, Charlotte; Bruce Brunson Cadieu, Charlotte; Phillip Augustus Cain, Kappa Alpha, 
Gastonia. 

Fourth Row: Robert Pleasants Callahan, Asheville; David D. S. Cameron, Southern Pines; Daniel Graham 
Campbell, Aberdeen; Jesse Richard Cannady, Walstonburg; Allan Rountree Cannon, Burlington; Harold 
L. Cannon, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill ; Gene Frances Caraher, Clearwater, Fla. ; Carolyn Carleton, Chi 
Omega, Orlando, Fla. 

Fijth Row: Don Breekenridge Carmichael, Alpha Tau Omega, Fayetteville; Walter Alvin Carnes, Phi Delta 
Theta, Greensboro; Eugene Stewart Carpenter, Greensboro; Jo Ann Carpenter, Salisbury; Robert Jenkins 
Carroll, Gates; Jean Marie QirroU, Washington, D. C. ; Bruce John Carder, Wrightsville Beach; Lindsay 
North Cashion, Jr., Alpha Kappa Pi, Winston-Salem. 



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First Row: L. Dean Cassell, Union, N. J.; Frederick Strudwick Gates, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Hillsboro; 
Fitzgerald Ridley Caudle, Jr., Kappa Sig/na, Raleigh; Rowlin Melvin Cecil, High Point; Robert Johnson 
Chaffin, Lillington ; Anne Chandler, Macon, Ga. ; Pat Chandler, Albany, Ga. ; Joyce Elaine Checkner, 
Wilmington. 

Second Row: Edwin Rives Check, Phi Eta Sigma, Chapel Hill ; Jack Rodman Cheek, Durham ; Thomas 
Leslie Cherry, Chi Phi, Ahoskie; James Webb Cheshire, Jr., Zeta Psi, Hillsboro; Charles Nick Chesnutt, 
Turkey; Norman Worth Chesson, Pi Kappa Alpha, Roper William Donald Childers, Delta Sigma Pi, 
Lenoir; William Newton Childress, Raleigh. 

Third Rotv: John Keough Civil, Jr., Charlotte; Charles Graham Clapp, Asheville; John Jesse Clark, Alpha 
Tail Omega, Rockingham; Eugene Merrell Clark, Colerain; George Thomas Clark, Wilmington; Norman 
Ray Clark, Phi Mu Alpha, Oxford; Reber F. Clark, Jr., Wilmington; Curtis S. Clavson, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Waynesville. 

Fourth Row: Joe Hamby Clawson, Phi Kappa Sigma, Lenoir; Thomas Hill Clayton, Chi Psi, Roxboro; 
William Jasper Claybroo, Kappa Sigma. Reidsville; Richard Marshall Clegg, Greensboro; John Lester 
Clements, Phi Delta Theta, Crewe, Va.; Jack Alspaugh Clinard, Phi Mu Alpha, Winston-Salem; Dallas 
D. Cline, Salisbury; Robert Lee Cloyd, Charlotte. 

Fifth Rotv: Thomas W. Coble, Graham ; Lawrence Martin Cohen, Zeta Beta Tan. Greensboro ; Stanley 
Cohen, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chapel Hill; Edward Lee Coley, Raleigh; David Leonard Collins, Jr., Wilson; 
David Norman Collins, Lumberton; Fay Roy Collins, Jr., Goldsboro; Rex Atris Collins, Raleigh. 



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First Ron: Drew William Colvard, Tapcco; Love A. Coman, Jr., Canton; Joseph John Combs, Kapp.i 
Sigma, Raleigh; Mai Bell Conley, Chattanooga, Tenn. ; Donald Rufus Cannor, Chadbourn; John Con- 
stable, Jr., Winston-Salem ; Calvin Raymond Cook, Monterey, Calif. ; Robert E. Cooley, Wagram. 
Second Rou: ]dhnThovms Cooler, Kappa Alpha, Vizksbnrg, Miss.; Mavis Coleen Cooper, Charlotte; 
Wade Thomas Cooper, Alpha Tan Omega. Cary; Wilbert Earl Cooper, Staley; Mary Amelia Copenhaver, 
Bristol, Tenn.; William W. Coppedge, Candor; James Richard Coreg, Elizabeth City; Andrew Cornish, 
Delia Psi, Washington, D. C. 

Third Row: Thano A. Cotsis, Chapel Hill; Lester Clay Couch, Jr., Elkin; Jam.es T. Covington, Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Kinston; Treadwell D. Covington, Phi Delta Theta. Coral Gables, Fla.; Ben Carter Courts, Reids- 
ville; Charles Fowler Cowell, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilmi, Washington; Robert S. D. Cowles, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Fort Monroe, Va.; Edward W. Cox. Chi Psi, Sanford. 

Fourth Ron: George Herbert Cox, Jr., Washington; Peyton Cox, Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem; 
William F. P. Coxe, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Biltmore Forest; John Henry Crabtree, Jr., Raleigh; James H. 
Craddock, Jr., Charlotte; Stuart Warren Cramer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Charlotte; A. Joy Crapps, Hickory; 
Sam Wyndham Craver, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte. 

Fijth Row: Barbara Nell Crawford, Raleigh; James Allan Crawford, Chapel Hill; James Wilton Creech, 
East Flat Rock; William Barry Cregan, Wilmington; Margaret June Crockett, Bluefield, Va. ; Bright Wil- 
liamson Crosswell, Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga. ; Jean Crouser, Waynesville; Bill Kyle Croye, Bluefield, Va. 




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f/)j7 /?oii/ George Harold Cummings, Asheville; Nanc)' Curtis, Roanoke, Va.; John Henry Dagenhart, 
Stony Point; Jcseph Fulton Dallas, Reidsville; John Lasney Dameron, Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington; 
Gerald Manin Daniel, Alpha Epsilnn Pi. Durham; Jo Anne Darden, Franklin, Va.; Edgar Monroe Dar- 
nell, Pi Kappa Alpha. Murphy. 

i'fPir^wt/ R(9!/v Joseph Colby Daughtry, Faison; Vernon Fletcher Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; Dwight G. 
Davis, Jr., Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; James Lanier Davis, Chapel Hill ; Otis Ray Davis, Candler ; Tom Moore 
Davis, A'^A/ij ^//iV Shelby; William Carlisle Davis, Asheville; William Weldon Davis, Asheville. 

r/vrd' i?(9!r.- Roy Melmoth Davidson, Statesville; Anies Raphael Daye, Jr., Winston-Salem; Wilbur Lee 
Dellinger, Lowell; John Kershaw deLoach, Camden; Imogene Denbo, Durham; Florence Patricia Denning, 
Coral Gables, Fla.; Ruth Marie Dennis, Henderson; Diane Gere Deppen, Sunbury, Pa. 
Fourth Ron: Norma Jean Dew, St. Petersburg, Fla.; James Henr)- Dowdy, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Psi. High 
Point; James Monroe Dick, Greensboro; Donn Louis Dieter, Durham; Arthur Christian Dietzel, Baltimore, 
Md.; Arthur Theodore Dilger, Sigma Nii. Hoboken, N. J.; Marvin Ray Dillon, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Blue- 
field, Va. ; Carrie Blanche Dixon, Delta Zeta. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Fifth Ron: Clifton Nash Dixon, Wilmington; Elizabeth Shoop Dixon, Suffolk. Va. ; Jack Clark Dixon. 
Greensboro; James Douglas Dixon, Elm City; William Thomas Dixon, Sigma Chi. Kinston; Robert 
Adolph Dockham, Denton; Aubrey Clayton Doggett, Jr., Sigma Chi. Greensboro; ClitTord Franklin Doll. 
Chi Phi. Phi Mti Alpha. South Orange, N. J. 



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Murphy Hall 



Foreign Languages 



Every university has to have a building that is antique 
. . . and Carolina gave birth to Murphy. Inside 
the ruins of this building, one can hear lectures in the 
"ruined" courses . . . Greek, Latin, French, 
Spanish, German, Italian, archaeology, and other 
comparative literature courses. Even the Playmaker 
Museum rests in this antique shrine. As one walks 
down the corridors, he can hear anything from a 
lecture in mythology or folklore to struggling stu- 
dents sweating through a language conversation 




PROFESSOK SII.IHN 
Heiiil of Drninalic Deparlnioiit 



PROFESSOR ULLMAN 
}leud of Department of Classics 




course. The students taking any of the foreign 
languages, as well as the professors teaching the 
same, are very much indebted to the English language. 
For example, a typical assignment: "Tomorrow have 
the next fifteen pages translated into English." With- 
out knowing the English language, how could the 
students possibly do this? Also, the professors should 
be so thankful to the English language because with 
so many languages in one building, they need some 
common tongue. Now one wonders . . . why 
foreign languages an)'way when the fad is to read 
and write English ! 



Professors Stoudeniire and Adams 





Professor Harrison iiistrucliiig Spanish Class 



Is it necessarv to study to learn French? 



Junior 




rirsi Row: Audrey P. Donnan, Rutherford, N. J.; William Doran, Ridgefield Park, N. J. ; Samuel Ernest 
Douglass, Jr., Raleigh; James Bruce Dowell, Union Grove; Lawrence Richard Downs, Fayetteville ; Ralph 
Lendon Drake, Fayetteville; Joe William Duke, Lamb J j Chi Alpha. Wilmington; William Benjamin Duke, 
Goldsboro. 

Second Row: Wade Stafford Dunbar, Sigma Chi, Laurinburg; Richard Austin Dunlea, Kappa Alpha, Wil- 
mington; William Benson Dunn, Leaksville; Cecil Grant Dunnagan, Raleigh; Vernon Harrison Dunnagan, 
Winston-Salem; Mary Julia Dupree, Chi Omega, Tampa, Fla.; Norman William Durham, Riverton, N. J.; 
Charles Wade Dwiggins, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro. 

Third Row: William Pierson Dyer, III, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Roland Pratt Early, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsiloii. 
Raleigh; John D. Eason, Weldon; James William Echerd, Asheville; Frank Lawson Echols, Asheville; 
John Wesley Edwards, Charlotte; Robert Doughton Edwards, Sigma Chi. Asheville; William Harold 
Edwards, Leaksville. 

Fourth Row: William Roy Edwards, Jr., Durham; Robert Bradley Egerton, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh; 
Harper Johnston Elam, III, Phi Delta Theta, Greensboro; Josiah Baker Eldridge, Chapel Hill; Charles 
Lat Elliott, Pisgah Forest; Guy Thomas Elliott, Jr., Kinston; William Richard Elliott, Forest City; Jeter 
Pritchard Ellington, Jr., Carrboro. 

Tifth Row: William Edward Ellington, III, Phi Gamma Delta, Washington; James Lauchlin Elwood, III, 
Delta Kappa Epsiloii, Waynesville; Ann Marshall Emmert, Atlanta, Ga.; Elizabeth Dortch Emory, Delta 
Dc-Z/d De//d, Chapel Hill ; Frank Stevens English, P/)/ Kappa Sigma. Monroe; Peter G. English, Delta 
Sigma Pi. Charlotte; Robert Frank Ensslin. Kappa Sigma. Washington, D, C; Helen Peoples Eppes, Hen- 
derson. 



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First Roiv: Jesse Miller Epps, Macon, Ga.; Kent Eric Erickson, Spruce Pine; Hugh Harris Ervin, States- 
ville; Harrison Quinn Eskridge, Rutherfordton ; Eldon Maurice Estep, Lenoir; Armecia Lee Eure, Raleigh; 
Isabel Carolina Eutsler, Kingsport, Tenn. ; David Wilkinson Evans, Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte. 

Second Row: Robert George Evans, Chi Psi. Phi Ela Sigma, Cresskill, N. J.; Donald Edwin Everett, Rober- 
sonville; Robert Allston Eversman, Flat Rock; Charles L. Ezell, IH, Durham; John Howard Faison, IH, 
Goldsboro; Earl Thompson Faithful, Scotland Neck; Jack Thomas Fakoury, Myrtle Beach, S. C. ; James 
Foster Fanseen, Baltimore, Md. 

ThirJ Row: Jack Nohrden Farmer, Phi Gaiiniij Delta, Lexington; Henry Davies Farrior, Warsaw; William 
Henry Farrior, Jr., Wallace; Herbert S. Faught, Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Ann Parker Faulconer, Washing- 
ton, D. C; Daniel Bradford Fearing, Manteo; John Housan Fenner, Jr., Zeta Psi, Rocky Mount; Alvin 
Lee Ferguson, Gastonia. 

Fourth Row: Richard Henry Ferguson, Kappa Alpha, Richmond, Va.; Scott Key Ferrell, Asheville; Law- 
rence William Fetner, Charlotte; Frances F. Fidler, High Point; Wilbert Osborne Fields, Jr., Selma; 
Martin Raymond Finch, Bailey; Melvin Lewis Finch, Jr., Delta Sigma Pi, Henderson; James Malon Fish, 
Angier. 

Pif/h Row: Muriel Mullinaux Fisher, Miami, Fla.; Donald Seiss Fitch, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Joseph Garrett 
Fitzgibbons, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Cartersville, Ga.; Edward Everett Flaherty, Hamlet; William Wallace 
Flanagan, Clover, S. C. ; Nelle Lejeune Fleenor, Charlotte; Malcolm Fleishman, Trf// £/).i//o;/ P/;/', Fayette- 
ville; Edward Stitt Fleming, Pi Kappa Alpha, Washington, D. C. 



Junior 



First Row: John Frank Flynn, Wentworth; Charles Taylor Foley, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Charlotte; John Ford, 
Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Plymouth, Pa.; Hugh Perry Fortescue, Washington; Dwight Odell Foster, Statesville; 
Benjamin Eagles Fountain, Jr., Rocky Mount; Richard Tillman Fountain, Delia Kappa Epsilon, Rocky 
Mount; Virginia Ann Foust, Charlotte. 

Second Row: Robert Howard Fowler, Charlotte; Georgia Wallace Fox, Maplewood, N. J.; Perry Joseph 
Frankel, Pi Lambda Phi. Atlantic City, N. J.; Gilmore Carleton Freeman, Old Fort; Edlyn Wayne Freerks, 
Kalmia; James Thurman Freeze, Mooresville; Patty Ann Frizzell, Bristol, Tenn. ; Gilbert Harris Furgur- 
son. Pi Kappa Phi, High Point. 

Third Row: James Franklin Furr, Franklin; Clyde Walton Fussell, Teachey; Lee R. Furr, Alpha Tan Omega, 
Newton; Theodore James Fussell, Delia Psi. Winston-Salem; William Alexander Futch, Hampstead; Robert 
Miller Gallant, Beta Theta Pi. Anderson, S. C ; Charles Philip Gamble, Charlotte; Cecil Gant, Jr., Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Burlington. 

Fourth Row: Walter Monroe Gardner, Pi Kappa Alpha, Warrenton; Lee Edward Gargis, Jr., Raleigh; 
Clyde Hoover Garner, Kappa Alpha, Pinehurst; Edward L. Garner, Pinehurst; Horace Bartow Garrett, 
Jr., Sigma Chi, Charlotte; James Banks Garrison, Kappa Sigma. Badin; John Thompson Garrison, Badin; 
Deidrick Hart Gaskill, Rocky Mount. 

Fifth Row: Anita June Gates, Clemson, S. C. ; Gordon Millard Gatlin, Franklinville; Samuel Mallett 
Gattis, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Hillsboro; Phyllis Ann Gentry, Richmond, Va. ; Rufus Wharton Gaul, Delta 
Kappa Epsilon, Charlotte. 




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l-iist Row: Lucius Robert George, Jr., Burgaw; Robert Barnett George, jr.. Phi Delia Theta, Washington, 
Penna. ; Wilson Oliver Gerringer, Greensboro; Henry Warren Gheen, Kappa Alpha. Shelby; Charles R. 
Gibson, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem; James Wallace Gilbert, Mount Airy; Ida Lynda Gilliam, Sanford ; 
Thomas Elbert Gilliam, Jr., Burlington. 

Second Row: Harold Leon Gillis, Raeford; John Wesley Gillis, Raleigh; Charles F. Gipple, Gibsonviile; 
Joseph Rodney Glasgow, Littleton; Sarah Gobbel, Suffolk, Va.; James Z. Godwin, Wilmington; Joseph 
L. Godwin, Portsmouth; Nathan Henry Godwin, Durham. 

Third Row: William Jackson Goforth, Beta Theta Pi, Charlotte; Eric L. Gooch, Chapel Hill; Robert Earl 
Gooding, Kinston; Richard Edmund Gordon, Delta Psi, Merion Station, Penna.; Saul Martin Gordon. 
Ta// Epsilon Phi. Statesville; Frank Edwin Gossett, Lambda Chi Alpha. Charlotte; Jane Williams Gower, 
Greenville, S. C. ; Ernest H. Graham, Goldsboro. 

Fourth Row: Eugene Berrien Graham, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Jack Raymond Graham, Bear Poplar; John 
Robert Graham, Fayetteville; Clayton Bryan Gray, Jr., Wadesboro; Porter O'Henry Gray, High Point; 
Mary Katherine Graybeal, Fig; Ann Elizabeth Green, New Castle, Pa.; James Mclver Green, Chi Phi, 
Thomasville. 

Pijth Row: John Bergwin Green, New Bern; Robert Stimson Green, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lewisville; Helen 
Rhoda Greenberg, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; James Paul Greene, Bakersville ; Nell Lee Greening, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
Charleen Greer, Pi Beta Phi. Tulsa, Okla. ; Robert Harrison Greer, Morganton ; Lee Overman Gregory, 
Zeta Psi. Raleigh. 




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F/ist Row: Hugh Patrick Griffin, Jr., Kappa Sign/a. Reidsville; Kenneth Adolphus Griffin, Concord; Ricli- 
ard Lapsley Griffin, Gastonia; Allen Leon Grimes, Hope Mills; Jack Raymond Grogan, Sherwood; James 
David Groseclose, Greensboro; Robert Warner Grubbs, Winston-Salem; William Edgerton Gulley, Chapel 
Hill. 

Second Row: Roy Scott Gunter, Pi Kappa Alpha, Lumberton; Joseph Walter Gurtis, Jr., Adah, Penna. ; 
Robert Hodges Hackney, Zela Psi. Wilson; James Alfred Hadley, SigDia Alpha Epsiloti. Mount Airy; Fred 
Grady Hahn, Jr., Charlotte; Harold James Hailey, Charlotte; Ellis F. Hall, Jr., Df/Zt? i/owij P/, Winston- 
Salem ; William Leonard Haltiwanger, Phi Delta Theta. Hamlet. 

Third Roir: Raymond Oscar Halvorsen, Palmer, Mass.; Virginia Lee Hamilton, Manhasset, N. Y. ; 
Everett Hampton, Sigma Pbi Epsilon, Kannapolis; James Arthur Hancock, Jr., Danville, Va. ; Mary Ann 
Happer, Kinston; Patricia Hardwick, Wrightsville Beach; Herman Rvell Hargrove, Jr., Weldon; Horace 
Jenkins Harkey, Charlotte. 

r-oiirth Row: Charles Frederick Harless, Sanford ; James Buchanan Harper, Winston-Salem; Allen Waylan 
Harrell, Colerain; Andrew B. Harrington, Broadway; Walter Latham Harrington, Goldsboro; Dan George 
Harris, Shelby; Dela Fletcher Harris, IH, Sig/iia Chi, Sanford; Edgar Stanley Harris, Jr., Fayetteville. 

F/fth Row: Wallace Gordon Harris, Badin; W. Page Harris, Jr., Sign/a Alpha Epsilon, Durham; Edmond 
Gray Harrison, Old Trap; Frank Bradford Harrison, Hendersonville; John Irvin Harrison, Alpha Tan 
Omega, Raleigh; Maurice Earl Harrison, Elm City; J. Weddell Harriss, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington; 
Robert Westmoreland Hartsoe, Weldon. 



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First Row: Jimmie Huling Haney, Kapp.i Alpha. Greensboro; Robert B. Hasbrouck, Ch/ Phi. Wappingers 
Falls, N. Y.; Atticus Hasood Hatsell, Jr., Bayboro; Alexander Andrews Haughtcn, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, 
Charlotte; Charles Newland Hauser, Alpha Tan Omega, Newton; Kathrj'n Havnaer, Charlotte; Herbert 
Laureston Hawley, Lexington; Hilbert Vennon Hayes, Phi Kappa Sigma, Wilmington. 
Second Row: William Roy Hayes, Jr., .11// Beta Psi, Sigma Chi, Theta Tau, Norlina; Ralph Kenneth Hebb, 
Auburndale, Fla.; Philip Franklin Hege, Lexington; Charles Wilson Helms, Monroe; Edwin Yates Hemp- 
hill, Marion; James R. Henderson, Jr., Charlotte; William Whitner Henderson, Charlotte; Arthur Edward 
Hendrix, P/ Kappa Alpha. Raleigh. 

Third Row: Calvin Wiley Hendrix, Durham; Bobby Joe Herring, Delta Sigma Pi. Wmston-S.ilem ; Harvey 
Stuart Herring, Tomahawk; Robert Lewis Hester, Roxboro; William Lassiter Hester, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Creedmoor; William Sellers Hewlett, Wilmington; Carl Pyron Hice, Charlotte; James Clyde Hicklin, 
Asheville. 

Fo/trlh Row: James Robert Hickman, Pi Kappa Phi, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Rudolph Howard Hickman, 
Olivia; Wiley Herbert Hicks, Raleigh; Joseph Huffman Higdon, Jr., Asheville; Gerald Danforth Hill, Jr.. 
Beaufort; Lindsay Williams Hill, Beaufort; Mary Brown Hill, Wilmington; Verne Everette Hill, Gamiii.i 
Beta Chi, Hickory. 

Fifth Row: William Tyler Hill, Clayton; Dewey Hoyle Hinkle, High Point; Margaret Gene Hines, Green- 
wood, S. C; W. Alex Hines, Jr., Winston-Salem; Leon Franklin Hinshaw, Asheboro; William H. J. 
Hippie, in, PA/ A'j/;/)^/ 5/,?/;/j. Philadelphia, Pa. ; Robert Lee Hinsdale, Hendersonville; James Willard 
Hobbs, Greensboro. 



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First Row-- Bailey Williamson Hobgood, Pi Kappa Phi, Durham; Edward Yancey Hobgpod, Oxford; Wil- 
liam Rufus Hocutt, Sigina N//, Rocky Mount; Renate Gerda Hoke, Charlotte; Rothschild Halstead Holden, 
Kappa Sigma, Shallotte; John Albert Holcombe, Phi Gdiiima Delta, Trenton, N. J.; Wade Hampton 
Holder, Jr., Lillington; Marjorie Rita Holland, Webster, N. Y. 

Second Row: Leon Milo Hollingsworth, Wallace; David Franklin Holmes, Charlotte; James Calvin Holt, 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Holly Springs; Lawrence A. Holt, Jr., Brevard; William McPhail Holt, Sanford; Betsy 
Ann Hommel, Syracuse, N. Y. ; William Gary Hooks, Fremont; Helen Rhea Herd, Church Hill, Tenn. 

Third Row: Jack Brevard Horner, Pinehurst; Louise Floye Horner, Sanford; Joseph A. Home, Jr., Alpha 
Tan Omega, Pfafftown; William Donald Horton, Pi Kappa Phi, North Wilkesboro; Claude Benton Hosa- 
flook, Jr., Waynesville; Thomas Allen Hosick, Winston-Salem; John Guion Hough, Washington; Charles 
Barnett Houghton, Norfolk, Va. 

To/nth Row: Jasper Warren House, Jr., Plymouth; Fred Holmes Houser, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, Ga. ; 
Lorraine Teresa Howard, Miami, Fla. ; George Hunter Howerton, Black Mountain ; Vinton A. Hoyle, Jr., 
Chapel Hill; Ralph Wadleigh Hoyt, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro; Margaret Hubbard, Clinton; Joseph 
Crawford Hubbell, Jr., Charlotte. 

Fifth Row: Calvin Edward Hudgins, Sanford; Perry Simpson Hudnell, Phi Gamma Delta, New Bern; 
William Davis Huffines, Greensboro; Everett Leroy Huffman, Alpha Chi Sigma, Hickory; James L. Hug- 
gins, Franklin; Rebekah Shaw Huggins, Chapel Hill; Clarence M. J. Hunt, Durham; Thomas George 
Hurysz, Chi Psi, Chapel Hill. 




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F/is/ Roil-- Jesse Rudolph Langston, Micro; Charles Edward Lassiter, Elizabeth City; Beverley Rhea Lawler, 
Norfolk, Va. ; Lewis H. Lawrence, Roper; Sam Burgress Leary, Jr., Old Trap; Mack Rimmer Leath, Bur- 
lington; Hartzel Lebed, Washington, D. C. ; Sylvia Eleanore Francoise le Clair, Chapel Hill. 

Second Row: George L. Ledford, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. ; Ralph William Lee, III, Alpha Tan Omega, Chevy 
Chase, Md.; Robert Everett Lee, Jr., Sigma Chi, Raleigh; William Fitzhugh Lee, Delta Kappa Epsiloii, 
Goldsboro; Wilson M. Lee, Benson; Jim A. Leggette, Williamston; William James Leinbach, Sigma Chi, 
Winston-Salem; Hubert Leon Leonard, Lexington. 

Th/rJ Roiv: Betty Kirk Le Sueur, Miami, Fla.; Gladys Etta Levenson, Salisbury; George Levine, Baltimore, 
Md. ; George Washington Lewis, Barium Springs ; Janet Elizabeth Lewis, Danville, Va. ; Howard Lieber, 
Tail Epsiloi! Phi, Gastonia; John Thomas Lindley, Delta Kappa Epsiloii, Greensboro; James Chris Linger- 
felt. Morganton. 

Po/iiih Row: William James Link, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sumter, S. C. ; Stable Linn, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsiloii, 
Salisbury; Cathrine Chapman Linton, Kinston; Ronald Edward Liss, Alpha Epsiloii Pi, Charlotte; Marvin 
Derr Little, Charlotte; Thomas Allen Little, Jr., Charlotte; David Hallam Littlejohn, Charlotte; Walter 
Payne Lloyd, Norfolk, Va. 

Fijih Row: Robert Earl Lock, Jacksonville; Wriston Hale Locklair, Charlotte; John McDavid Loftis, Alpha 
Tan Omega, Tampa, Fla.; Elizabeth Lee Lokey, Raleigh; Joseph H. Long, Charlotte; George Emmett Look- 
adoo, Shelby; Mary Elizabeth Lorimer, Montdair, N. J.; Robert Charles Loudermilk, Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga. 



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F/rs/ Row: Tr-Acy McKnight Lounsbury, jr., S/g»ht Ph/ Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Oscar Newton -Lovelace, 
Jr., Goldsboro; Barbara Morris Lowe, Port Washington, N. Y. ; Thomas M. Lowe, Charlotte; Barbara 
Jean Lunsford, Madison, N. J.; Marvin Ellis Luther, Ramseur; Averis Monroe Lynch, Jr., Gastonia; 
Robert Green Lynch, Jr., Raleigh. 

Second Row: William Grant Lynch, Winston-Salem; William Maury Lyon, Sigma Chi. Mobile, Ala.; 
Wortham Clarence Lyon, Jr., Sigma Chi, Durham; Karl Victor Lyon, Chi Psi, Elizabethtown ; Mary Eliza- 
beth Lyons, Chi Omega, Chapel Hill; Ronald Macklin, Winston-Salem; Robert Maclaurin MacDonald, 
P/v M// Alpha. Little Rock, S. C. ; Robert Thompson MacMillan, De!/.i Psi. Chapel Hill. 

r/w^ i?o^^•.■ William Dougald MacMillan, D<?//d Pi/, Chapel Hill; Robert Phifer MacRae, Alpha Tan 
Omega, Concord; Samuel Hays Magill, Delta Psi, Shanghai, China; Ernest R. Magness, Jr., Forest City; 
Walter Collins MahaflFee, Granite Falls; Carl Gratton Mann, Kannapolis; Crawford Alexander Mann, 
Washington ; Francis Kiak Manning, Bethel. 

Fourth Row: ]im C Minmng, Sigma N/i. Asheboro; Carlyle Janet Markham, Chapel Hill; LeRoy D. 
Marshburn, Jr., PA/ Gdwwd De/Zti, Raleigh ; Ralph Marshall, Kappa Alpha, High Point; William Flynt 
Marshall, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Walnut Cove; Charles Dayton Marton, Wilmington; Peggy Louise Martin, 
Toms Creek, Va. ; Thomas Ernest Martin, Sigma Chi, Charleston, S. C. 

Fifth Row: Turner Lee Martin, Winston-Salem; William Richard Martin, New Bern; William Connie 
Mathis, Jr., Rockingham; Mary Willis Matthews, Norfolk, Va. ; Thomas S. Matthews, Apex; William De- 
Vane Maultsby, Newton Grove; Joseph Franklin Maurice. P/ Kappa Alpha. Hamlet; James B. Mead, Low 
Moor, Va. 




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F/nt Ron-- Samuel Harrelson Meares, Raleigh; Robert McNair Mebane, Burlington; Emil Ragland Medicus, 
Asheville; Webster Stevens Medlin, Mount Pleasant; Marilyn Elizabeth Mesks, Norfolk, Va. ; Francine 
Mellon, Durham; Carroll Roy Melton, Marion; Katherine Rose Melton, Charlotte. 

SecoiiJ Roif-^osephTiyioi: Meh'in, ]r., PJ Kappit Ph/, Greensboro; C. B. Mendenhall, Chi Phi, Charlotte; 
Millicent Holly Merker, Westfield, N. J.; James Lee Merritt, Statesville; Walter Clinton Merritt, Weldon ; 
Robert S. Messner, New Bern; George William Michael, Alplvi Kappa Pu. Iron Station; Edward Micol, 
Jr., Valdese. 

Third Roil- Robert R. Milam, Jr., Jacksonville, Fl.i.; John Bynum Miles, Bela Tbela Pi, Winston-Salem; 
Richard Brewster Milham, Jr., Hamlet; George J. Miller, Pi Kappa Alpha. Charlotte; Joan Haynes Miller, 
Fayetteville, W. Va. ; Robert Alfred Miller, Asheville; Samuel Woodie Miller, Jr., Raleigh; William Arnold 
Miller, Jr., Concord. 

Fo/iiih Row: James David Mills, Phi Kappa Sigma, Wadesboro; Charles Rudolph Milton, Wilmington; 
Cyrel William Minett, Waynesville; Bayra Wheaton Mitchell, Woodbury, N. J.; Elmer Nelscn Modlin, 
Jr., Jamesville; Michael Wallace Moncure, III, Phi Kappa Sigma, Richmond, Va. ; Virginia Neville Mon- 
fort, Atlanta, Ga. ; Solomon Michael Monsour, Fayetteville. 

Fijth Ron-- James Curtis Montgomery, Mayodan; John Robert Montgomery, Chi Psi. Raleigh; Frank Eugene 
Montgomery, Wilmington; Jerry Wofford Moody, Cooleemee; Eugene Calvin Moon, Graham; Blaine 
Calloway Moore, Mocksville; Henry Franklin Moore, Jr., Whiteville; James Floyd Moore, Jr., Sigma Chi, 
Phi Mu Alpha. Reidsville. 




Junior 




Fiisl Row: John W, Moore, Morganton, Louise Murphy Moore, Charlotte; Stanley Patterson Moore, Jr , 
Asheville; Thomas Milton Moore, Wilson; Walter Herbert Moore, Pi Kappa Phi, Reidsville; William 
Charles Moore, Jr.. New Bern; William T. Moore, Greensboro; Edward W. P. Moran, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Henderson. 

Second Ron.- Mary Stewart Morehouse, Oakwoods; jicoh^Aldbuiy Morel, Laji/hJa Chi Alpha. Wilminii- 
ton; Junius Arlando Morgan, Benson; Charles O. Morrell, Asheville; Robert Earle Morrell, Asheville; 
Dwight Bennett Morris, Albemarle; Robert Raymond Morrison, Jr., P/ Kappa Alpha. Raleigh; Robert Knox 
Morrow, Zeta Psi, Charlotte. 

Third Row: James Harold Moses, Durham; William Preston Morse, Charlotte; Billy Buford Moss, 
Gastonia; Jesse M. Moss, Greensboro; Roy Maurice Moss, Durham; Kenneth Franklin Mountcastle, Simula 
Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem; John Charles Moyle, Charlotte; William Doverspike Mullen, Durham. 

Fourth Row: James Edwin Munden, Phi Kappa Sigma, Smithheld ; Robert Lawrence Munt. Winston-Salem : 
Sidney Yancey McAden, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Charlotte; James Hugh McArver, Gastonia; John Newton 
McCall, Charlotte; William Greer McCall, Phi Eta Sigma. Concord; Edward Johnson McCauley, Burling- 
ton ; Samuel Richard McCauley, Phi Kappa Sigma, Chapel Hill. 

Fifth Row: Walter Lane McCoIl, Jr., Chi Psi. Albemarle; Grady Monroe McCoy, Jr., Lexington ; Jack Terry 
McCready, Wilmington; Lewel O. McCullough, Jr., Charlotte; Hal Ashley McCullers, Jr., Raleigh; Wil- 
liam Alan McDonald, Durham; Guy W. McFarland, Charlotte; William McFarland, Bahama. 



'lass 




First Row: Donald Madison McFee, Salisbury; Harold Vernon McGee, High Point; Andrew Gramling 
McGill, Laurinburg; Julia Harlan McHenry, Charlotte; Alexander Haywood Mclntire, Wilmington; Ed- 
win Borden McKee, Raleigh; Bernard George McKiernan, Astoria Long Island, N. Y. ; Philip McKinne, 
Kappa Sigma. Louisburg. 

Second Row: Roy Bowman McKnight, Jr., Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Fletcher Wilson McLane, Talladega, Ala.; 
Mrs. Frances G. McLane, Talladega, Ala.; James Cullen McLain, Jr., Badin; Benjamin Greene McLendon, 
Sigma Chi, Rockingham; Edward Armand McLeod, Maxton; Gloria Gertrude McLeroy, East Point, Ga. ; 
Betty Jean McMahan, Asheville. 

r/j/Vd' /^r;;r.' Elizabeth Ann McManus, Newport News, Va. ; James Max McManus, Chi Psi. Red Springs; 
Mar)' Angelyn McNease, Fayette, Ala.; Franklin BivdinMcNeely, LawhcJa Chi Alpha. D'dlshoTo.lndiina.; 
Betty Jane McNeely, Shelby; Gibbon Elliott McNeely, Waxhaw; Mary Anne McNeely, Shelby; Frank Alex- 
ander McNeill, P/ Kappa Phi, Aberdeen. 

Foiirlh Rotv: Arnold Lawrence McPeters, Weaverville; William Edgar McPherson, Jr., Mebane; Elaine 
Miriam Naiman, Asheville; Margaret Mackay Neal, Lockport, N. Y. ; Stephen Grant Neely, High Point; 
Joseph Randolph Neikirk, Chi Phi. Roanoke, Va.; Sherman Yale Nearman, Pi Lambda Phi, Charleston, 
W. Va.; Charles B. Nelson, Durham. 

I'iflh Row: Eleanor Hope Newell, Orlando, Fla. ; Jesse Frank Newton, Charlotte; Theodore James Newton, 
Jr., Charlotte; Charles Edward Nichols, Greensboro; Fletcher Burton Nichols, Jr., Phi Ela Sigma. Charlotte; 
Paul Douglas Nifong, Winston-Salem; Howard Floyd Nipper, Raleigh; Kemp Pruden Nixon, Kappa Alpha, 
Lincolnton. 



Junior 



First Row: Wiliam H. Nixon, Charlotte; Herman Leroy Noble, Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte; Merl M. Nor- 
cross, Kingston, Pa.; Alta Leonore Noll, Alpha Delta Pi. Berea, Kentucky; James Stanton Northrup, Jr.. 
Alpha Tan Omega, Concord; WiUard Close Northup, Jr., Winston-Salem; Nancy Norton, Durham; Julia 
Elizabeth Nunnally, Roanoke, Va. 

Second Roir: Marie Evelyn Nussbaum, Louisville, Ky.; Albert Womble Oakes, III, Weldon; James Gra- 
ham Gates, Greensboro; Charles Clarence Odell. Jr., Asheville; Svea Ruth Ogg, Clearwater, Fla. ; Jean 
Elizabeth Ogburn, Phi Mii, Bryn Mawr, Penna. ; \MC\\\e Thomson OXivt, Alpha Gamma Delta. Charlotte; 
John Harvey Oliver, Jr., Fayetteville. 

7" /vW i?o;^; Sara Adams Oliver, Fayetteville; Johnnie Furnifold O'Neal, Middlesex; Sara Jane Osborne, 
Alpha Gamma Delta. Jacksonville, 111.; Floyd Ernest Outland, Rich Square; Lloyd William Overcash, Char- 
lotte; Reece A. Overcash, Jr., Charlotte; Robert E. Ownley, Ta/i Kappa Epsilon, Elizabeth City; William 
Baylies Parker, Jr., Alpha Tan Omega. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pourth Row: Herbert Dean Parris, Pilot Mountain; Hurley Irwin Parrish, Jr., Durham; William Kirby 
Parrish, Raleigh; Blanche Ellen Parrott, Kinston; Albert Eugene Partridge, Jr., Wade; Fred Samuel Patter- 
son, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Greensboro; Robert Malcolm Patterson, Kings Mountain; 
Robert Flynn Paylor, Farmville. 

Fifth Row: Barbara Ann Payne, Beckley, W. Va. ; Clarence Alexander Peace, Flat Rock; Alvin Ward Pea- 
cock, Sigmu N//, Chapel Hill; William Stanley Pearce, Raleigh; Marilyn June Pearlman, Gastonia; Curtis 
Burton Pearson, Wilson; Marion Wooten Peebles, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lawrenceville. Va. ; William 
Smith Peebles, III, Sigma Alph.i Epsilon, Lawrenceville, Va. 




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/vri7 Row: Chauncey Munger Pegram, Jr.. P/ Kappa Alpha, Elizabeth City; Roger Pegram, Fayetteville ; 
A[\\son HougesVeW, Delia Kappa Epiiloii, C\\d.t\o\.te\ Edwin Howard Penland, Scaly; Constance Susanne 
Penn, Exeten, N. H. ; Bill Ewing Perry, Troy; Ely Jackson Perry, Jr., Kappa Si^iiia, Kinston ; Henry Phelps, 
Asheville. 

Second R'lw: Oliver Burton Phifer, Marshville; Herman Grady Phillips, Jr., Winnsboro, S. C. ; Earl Don 
Proffitt, Alexandria, Va. ; William Howard Pruden, Jr., Sigma Chi, Roanoke Rapids; Walker Leonard 
Pruitt, Burlington; John Robert Pugh, Laurel Springs; Gus B. Purcell, Sigma Chi, Laurinburg; Joe Billy 
Putnam, Cherryville. 

Third Row: John Roland Pyron, Sigma Chi. Charlotte; Glenn Haywood Person, Louisburg; Augustus 
Winniett Peters, Zeta Psi. Wilson; Thomas Jefferson Peterson, Jr., Savannah, Ga. ; Clarence Earl Pickard, 
Newport News, Va. ; Creel Allen Pickel, Phi Eta Sigma. Ft. Myers, Fla.; Oscar A. Pickett, Newark, Dela- 
ware; Mary Newsom Pierce, Greensboro. 

Fo/ir/h Row: Wilbur Elton Pierce, Apex; Robert Grady Piffman, Selma; William Gibson Pitts, Spring 
Hope; Charles Neal Pitzer, Winston-Salem; Jack Andrew Placey, Asheville; Stephen Piatt, Pi Lambda Phi. 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. ; Robert Townsend Pleasants, Greensboro; Rufus Grier Plonk, Jr., Kings Mountain. 

Fifth Roil': Melvin Podell, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Charlotte; Franklin Rockwell Poisson, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Wilmington; Lee Harlan Poole, Greensboro; Jack Porterfield, Monroe; Nelson Saul Posner, /^//)Ad £/)j-/7o« 
Pi, Shelby; John Edward Pope, Pi Kappa Alpha, Williamston; Samuel Chapin Post, Greensboro; Michael 
Joseph Posta, New Bern. 












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Person Hall 



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The building that seems to attract the most visitors on campus must 
be Person Hall . . . for it is the Art building where real live models 
are used . . . and what models! Person used to be the pharmacy 
building, but now look at the beautiful bottlenecks . . . and how the 
artists like the new replacements to chloro-FORM. . . . Here stands 
the campus art gallery, a small replica of the famous ROGUE'S, as 
the authorities tell it . . . where students can exhibit their forged pro- 
ductions of masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rafael, Van Gogh. Most 
art students earn their way through college by painting caricatures 




PROFESSOR ALICOT 
Hpad of Art Departiiietit 




Don't move, squirrel! It's nature study in art! 



Needs just a little this and a little that and 



of the students and faculty members. 
. . . Patrons are asked not to ask any of 
the students, save the artist himself, 
what a painting is supposed to repre- 
sent ... if it weren't good, it wouldn't 
be hanging there ... so come in and 
see the landscapes, still lives, nude 
studies, moving lives, and that common 
stuff called MODERN ART. 




Big dreams of big masters bring big success? 




And you sketch it this way, students, with an easel 



think you'll be ready in about 25 years or so 




F/ist Row: Frances Banks Powe, Chi Omega, Durham; John Kenneth Powell, Bc/a 1 heta Pi Danville, Va.; 
Hugh Murray Powell, Norfolk, Va. ; Alice Marion Powers, Rutherfordton ; Charles Fales Powers, Romney, 
W. Va. ; Richard Munger Preyer, Sigma Alpha Epsilnii. New Rochelle, N. Y. ; Herbert Williford Price, 
Selma; William Humberson Price, Baltimore, Md. 

Second Row: Lillian Sutton Pritchett, Windsor; Betty Zane Proctor, Charlotte; James Knott Proctor, Jr., 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Greenville; Joe Brown Proctor, Chi P<i, Whiteville; Lone Taylor Proctor, Jr., Char- 
lotte; Clifton Lee Quinn, Beulaville; Howard James Quinn. P/ Kappa Alpha. Jacksonville; John Coleman 
Rae, Raleigh. 

Third Row: James Howard Ramseur, Bessemer City ; Charles Garland Rakestraw, Stoneville; William Kenan 
Rand, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Durham; Robert Jerry Randall, Durham; Aubrey Jean Rankin, Mount Holly; 
Wilton Rankin, Wilmington; William Earl Ranson, Jr., Huntersville; Lester James Rattz, Winston-Salem. 

Fourth Row: Edwin E. Rawl, S/gma Alpha Eps/loii, Greenville; William McClellan Rawls, Alpha Tan 
Owe^it. Rockingham ; Francis X. Ray, Flat Rock ; James Gordon Reagan, Asheville; Robert Dixon Reed, 
Thomasville; Thomas Gwyn Reich, Pi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; Robert Louis Remsburg, Jr., Dunn; 
Frederic Retchin, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Wilmington. 

Fijth Row: Haskell Smith Rhett, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wilmington; Carter Lee Rhinehart, Canton; 
Jocelyn Rhyne, Delta Delta Delta, Chapel Hill; Mary Louise Rice, Ashland, Ky. ; Robert Randolph Richard- 
son, Greensboro; Thaxton Richardson, Jr., Greensboro; Norman Graham Ridenhour, Cooleemee; Lucille 
Catherine Rieley, Washington, D. C. 



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First Row: Paul Livingston Ritch, Jr., Charlotte; Ernest L. Roberson, Charlotte; James Leggette Roberts, 
Alpha Tan Omega, Chapel Hill; Hubert Donald Robertson, Asheville; Charles D. Robinson, Graham; 
Heman Harwood Robinson, Jr., Elizabethtown ; John Wells Robinson, Sayville, N. Y.; George Farnell 
Rodman, Alpha Tan Omega, Washington. 

Second Roil': John Parks Rogers, Phi Kappa Sigma, Norristown, Pa.; Joseph Edgmon Rogers, Washing- 
ton; William Vernon Rogers, Clarkton; Ivon Cleveland Rolader, Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga. ; Ferrell Lee Rol- 
lins, Bethel; Nancy Hoover Root, Raleigh; Robert Leonard Rosemond, Hillsboro; Jacqueline Leona Rosen, 
Miami Beach, Fla. 

Third Row: Jake L. Rowenbloom, Zeta Beta Tan, Rocky Mount; Lea David Rosenbloom, Burlington; 
Jack Burns Ross, Forest City; Clyde Buchanan Rosser, Broadway; William Stanley Roth, Oteen; Harvey 
Barron Ruffin, Zela Psi, Wilson; Glenn Albertson Ruggles, Alpha Tan Omega, Chevy Chase, Md.; John 
Charles Rush, Rocky Mount. 

Fonrth Row: Evelyn Louise Ruspini, Park Ridge, N. J.; Max Ruppe, Mooresboro; Edward Wray Russell, 
High Point; Eugene Fields Russell, Goldsboro; Robert Lee Russell, Jr., Swannanoa; William Dorset Rus- 
sell, Jr., High Point; Elbert Stephen Rutledge, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem; Joseph Varnon Ruzicka, 
Jr., Sigma Chi, Guilford College. 

Fijth Row: Paula Austin Rudolph, Clarksville, Tenn.; Frederick Donald Ryan, Trenton, N. J.; Peter Rywak, 
New Kensington, Penna.; John Lassiter Sanders, Four Oaks; Robert Glasgow Sanford, Hendersonville; 
Joe Overton Sargent, Salisbur)'; James Alexander Sappenfield, Kappa P>i, Kannapolis; Charles Edward 
Sasser, Wilmington. 



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P/rst Row: Roland Wright Sasser, Jr., Wilmington; Gordon Gales Sauls, Raleigh; Fred Stimson Saunders, 
Aulander; Jesse Lee Saunders, Jr., Reidsville; Annie Lee Sawyer, Charlotte; Raymond Donald Scala, Win- 
ston-Salem ; Robert E. Scarborough, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh ; Julian W. Scheer, Pi Lambda Phi, Richmond, 
Va. 

Second Row: Franklin Lonnie Schell, Statesville; Kenneth Baxter Scoggins, Charlotte; Garland Marion 
Scruggs, Greensboro; Marilyn Augusta Seifert, Henderson; Theodore Edwards Sellers, Charlotte; Jean 
Kathryn Serpell, Daytona Beach, Fla. ; Emily Webb Sewell, Norfolk, Va. ; Katherine Louise Sevier, Ashe- 
ville. 

Third Row: John William Sexton, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount; Royal Graham Shannonhouse, III, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pittsboro; Melvin Shep Shapiro, Pi Lambda Phi, Charlotte; Jackie Lee Sharpe, Roa- 
noke, Va. ; David James Sharpe, Chapel Hill ; Charles Collins Shaw, Henderson ; Bernie Maurice Sheffield, 
Colfax ; William Garland Shelton, Beta Theta Pi, Statesville. 

Fourth Row: William Banks Shepherd, III, Laurinburg; Peggy Sheridan, Gainesville, Ga. ; Patricia Anne 
Sherrill, Asheville; Nancy Jane Shields, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel Hill; William Marshall Shuford, Fayette- 
ville; Edwin Harold Shuford, Phi Kappa Sigma, Hickory; Harry Benjamin Shuford, Raleigh; George Hen- 
derson Shall, Shelby. 

Fifth Row: Betty Frances Shumate, Danville, Va. ; Moncue Eaves Sibley, Pi Kappa Alpha, Lumberton; 
Harold Sigler, Sig»/a N», Norfolk, Va. ; Calton Jones Weaver Simpson, Chapel Hill; Charles Harrison 
Simpson, Phi Mu Alpha, Greensboro; Richard Lee Simpson, Chi Phi, North Chevy Chase, Md., Robert F. 
Simpson, Chi Phi, Fayetteville ; Robert Milton Simpson, Wilmington. 




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Firs! Row: William Henry Simpson, Stokesdale; Sandra Sisk, Asheville; William Henry Skeels, Fayette- 
vilie; Josef Sklut, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; Billy Northington Slack, Raleigh; 
William Kivett Slack, Henderson; Jean Beaty Sloan, Charlotte; Mark Raymond Smernoff, Pi Latnbda Phi, 
New Haven, Conn. 

Second Row: Betty Irene Smith, Charleston, W. Va.; Clarence James Smith, Zeta Psi, Dunn; Charles Gra- 
ham Smith, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh; Claude Alfred Smith, Black Creek; Claude Ervin Smith, High Point; 
Clyde Branscome Smith, Leaksville; Colwell H. Smith, Jr., Wallace; David Anthony Smith, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Burlington. 

Third Row: Clyde Spruill Smithson, Jr., Creswell; Wade Talmage Sorratt, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem; Dorothy Mayberry Smith, Leaksville; Edward Broadie Smith, Haw River; Edward Henry Smith, 
Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte ; George Robert Smith, Jr., Ruffin ; James Robinson Smith, Kappa Sigma, Dur- 
ham; Lawrence Oscar Smith, Clayton. 

Fourth Row: Lemuel Alexander Smith, Jr., Clarkton; Mary Janice Smith, Youngsville; Tal Douglas Smitli, 
Burlington; Willard Samuel Smith, Asheville; Jack Edsel Snipes, Morganton; Albert Gilmer Snider, Den- 
ton; Aubert Calvin Snow, Winston-Salem; Harry C. Snow, Goldsboro. 

F////) Ro;^'.- Harry R. Snowden, Jr., Flushing, N. Y.; Brooks F. Snyder, Winston-Salem; Vernon Gilbert 
Snyder, Jr., Thomasville; Martha Joyce Sockwell, East Point, Ga. ; Ray A. Sorrell, Jr., Durham; James 
Francis Southerland, Willard; Frances Evelyn Sowers, Sanford; Elmo Davis Sparks, Charlotte. 




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First Row: Guy Mitchell Sparger, Delia Sigma Pi, Mt. Airy; James Henry Spears, Beta Theta Pi, Fayette- 
ville; Frederick William Spiegel, Highland Park, 111.; John Davidson Spinks, Jr., Sigma Nu, Winston- 
Salem; Elias Carr Speight, Rocky Mount; Walter Allen Spivey, Wilmington: Horace Edney Stacy, Jr., Phi 
Gamma Delta, Lumberton; Thomas Frank Stallings, Kappa Sigma, Smithfield. 

Second Row: Mack Stamps, III, Sigma Chi, Durham; Donald Mclver Stanford, Sigma Chi, Chapel Hill; 
Lloyd Butler Stanley, Carolina Beach ; Cecil Ertle Stephens, Lumberton ; Preston Stephens, Erwin ; Edwin 
Clark Stephenson, Charlotte; Jo Ann Stewart, Raleigh; John Wesley Stewart, Jr., Roanoke, Va. 

Third Row: Marvin Dial Stewart, Fountain Inn, S. C. ; William Henry Stewart, Asheville; William Murchi- 
son Stewart, Broadway; Mary Elizabeth St. John, Penllyn, Pa.; Thomas Angier Stokes, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. 
Durham ; James Philip Stone, Raleigh ; John Haywood Stone, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greensboro; Philip 
McGarvey Stonestreet, Mocksville. 

Fourth Row: Floyd B. Stout, Jr., Greensboro; Jerry Dalton Strader, Chi Phi, Burlington; Helen Elise Strawn, 
Concord; Herman Lindsey Stricklin, Lutts, Tenn.; Vernon Sronce Stroupe, Jr., Asheville; Lester Dill Sty- 
ron, Morehead City; Albert Chaplin Stuart, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem; Walter Vincent 
Stuart, Raleigh. 

Fifth Row: John S. Stump, Kappa Alpha, Clarksburg, W. Va. ; Bobby Shafto Stutts, Alpha Kappa Psi. 
Cameron; John Mitsi Stoioff, Donora, Pa.; George Cranmer Suber, Selma; Estelle Blackwell Suddreth, 
Lenoir; Leon Sugar, Tan Epstloii Phi, St. Pauls; Patricia Anne Sullivan, Chapel Hill; Ralph Alexander 
Sullivan, Jr., Winston-Salem. 



Class 




F/is/ Row: Richard Donald Sutton, Phi Gamma Delta, Toms River, N. J. ; Frances Alma Swain, Winston- 
Salem; Nat Henderson Swann, Jr., Chi Phi, Pelham; David Heidt Swearingen, Chapel Hill; Orch Ray- 
mond Swigart, Jr., Norfolk, Va. ; Peggy Jane Swinson, Wilson ; Susan Mary Switzer, Durham ; Aubrey 
White Talbert, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, High Point. 

Second Row: Maurice E. Talbot, Fayetteville; Banks C. Tally, Jr., Bennettsville; Fred Wesley Talton, De//ij 
Sigma Pi, Clayton; Alfred Tyson Taylor, Jacksonville; Gary Buxton Taylor, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Raleigh; 
Donald Keith Taylor, Erwin; Glenn Ellis Taylor, Winston-Salem; James Taylor, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, 
Elkin. 

Third Row: John Carlton Taylor, Greenville; John Swann Taylor, Chapel Hill; Richard Franklin Taylor, 
Raleigh; Shahane Richardson Taylor, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro; Vestal Columbus Taylor, Win- 
ston-Salem; Charles Houston Teague, Alpha Chi Sigma, Chapel Hill; James W, Teague, Asheville; Wil- 
liam Lester Teal, Jr., McFarlan. 

Fourth Row: Fletcher Lee Teel, Wilson; Harry Albert Teele, Kappa Alpha, Shelby; Edwin Wright Tenney, 
Jr., Chapel Hill; Edward Ross Testerman, /4//)/)d TiJ// of Alpha Kappa Psi. Rogersville, Tenn. ; Barbara 
Anne Thomas, Winston-Salem; Henderson Lee Thomas, Jr., Carthage; Allen Hall Thompson, Rocky 
Mount; Jack Kester Thompson, Salisbury. 

Fifth Row: James Lee Thompson, ]i., Pi Kappa Alpha, Reidsville; Douglas Brett Thompson, Chi Phi, Nor- 
folk, Va.; Magnus Stribling Thompson, Highlands; George Edgar Thornton, Sigma Chi, Union Springs, 
Ala.; John Holden Thorp, Delta Kappa Epsiloii, Rocky Mount; James Thrash, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, 
Ga. ; Harold Ernest Threatt, Fayetteville; Ernest Haywood Tilley, Raleigh. 



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First Row: Kenneth Gray Tilley, Sigma Chi, Morehead City; Mary Louise Tomlin, Flushing, N. Y. ; Plez 
A. Transou, Phi Kappa Sigma. Winston-Salem; Richard Stanford Travis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greens- 
boro; Rudolph John Tropea, Delair, N. J.; Glenn Elliott Troutman, Statesville; Joseph Leon Troutman, 
Salisbury; Susan P. Trumbo, Norfolk, Va. 

Second Row: John Frank Tsantes, Delta Sigma Pi, Wilmington ; Carolyn Frazier Tuck, Virgilina, Va. ; 
Hobert Glenn Tucker, Winston-Salem; Marion Gray Tucker, Monroe; Fulton Francis Turner, Roanoke 
Rapids; Joseph Earl Turner, Dunn; Sidney Bumpass Turner, Jr., Durham; James Malbon Twine, Sigma 
Nu, Norfolk, Va. 

Third Rou/: Lloyd M. Tyndall, Goldsboro; Raymond Edward Uden, Leaksville; Frank Dixon Underwood, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, North Wilkesboro; Archie Leondus Usher, Asheboro; Edd Lamonte Utley, Concord; 
George Brundage Valentine, Sigma Chi, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ; Raymond Earl Vanderford, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Burlington; Donnell VanNoppen, Jr., Zeta Psi, Morganton. 

Fourth Row: Carolyn Hughlett Van Sant, Hinton, W. Va. ; Earl Wray Vaughn, Reidsville; Richard Baldwin 
Veasey, Raeford; Wendell Neville Vest, Stevensville, Md. ; George Alexander Vestal, Fayetteville; Donald 
Francis Vincent, Phi Kappa Sigma, Swannanoa; Jack Lewis Vinson, Greensboro; Herbert Alexander 
Vogler, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem. 

Fifth Row: Paul Thomas Von Bramer, Beta Theta Pi, Kingsport, Tenn.; Torrence M. Wade, Jr., Raleigh; 
Howard S. Wainer, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Winston-Salem; Carroll Washington Wal- 
den, Jr., Greensboro; Archie DuVall Walker, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Wilmington; Charles Walton 
Walker, Morganton; Robert Richmond Walker, Kerr; Numer Clyde Wall, Kappa Alpha, Norfolk, Va. 




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First Row: Frances Ruth Walls, Apex; Roxie Ann Walters, Fuquay Springs; Harold L. Warner, Walker- 
town; Benny Hill Warren, Concord; Wallace E. Warren, Dunn; James Clarence Warrick, Jackson; 
David Dortch Warriner, Kappa Alpha, Lawrenceville, Va.; Edward K. Washington, Kannapolis. 
Second Row: Alice Newell Watkins, Washington, D. C. ; Curtis Elwood Watkins, Durham; Harry 
Thomas Watkins, Phi Delta Theta, Durham; John Arch Watson, Fayetteville ; Edward O'Hanlon Wat- 
son, Phi Gamma Delta, Winston-Salem; Harvey L. Watson, Charlotte; John Blake Watson, Jr., Wadesboro; 
Malcolm Clifton Watson, Red Springs. 

Third Row: Jimmie Lee Weathers, Phi Mu Alpha, Shelby; Archibald Johnson Webb, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Wilson; ]ohnWehh, Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma, Wilson; Albert Wehrhahn, Jr., Acme; Rylan 
Campbell Weisner, Olin; Edgar James Wells, Teachey; John Franklin Wells, Teachey; Camest Lotorge 
West, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fourth Row: William Lafayette West, Jr., Belmont; Woodrow H. Westall, Phi Kappa Sigma, Black Moun- 
tain; Ruth Jessamine Whalen, Wilson; Thomas Donnell Wharton, Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem; John 
Suther Whichard, Phi Gamma Delta, Greenville; Emmett Joseph Whitaker, Ayden; Reginald Lyon Whit- 
aker, Jr., Oak Ridge; Charles Mayfield White, III, Phi Kappa Sigma, Manson. 

Fifth Row: David F. White, Cleveland; King D. White, Shawmut, Ala.; Robert Irvan White, Durham; 
Howard Edward Whitehead, Charlotte; Lucy Jane Whitehead, Charlotte; Ralph Alden Whitehurst, Hills- 
boro; George Herbert Whitfield, Kappa Sigma, Kinston; Edward Arnold Whitley, Rutherford College. 




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F/ist Row: Lemuel D. Whitsett, Phi Gamma Delta, Charlotte; Isaac Jesse Wicker, Sanford ; James Herbert 
Wilder, Mt. Gilead ; Charles Leonard Wilder, Zebulon ; Charles William Wilkerson, Raleigh ; Dan Wil- 
letts, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Leland; Carl Michael Williams, Kappa Sigma. Douglas, Wyoming; Edward 
Sutherlin Williams, Greenville. 

Second Row: John Edgar Williams, Wilmington; Joseph Speed Williams, Sigma Nu. Rocky Mount; Lenoir 
Mercer Williams, Faison; Margery Carter Williams, Richmond, Va.; Marshall Rudolph Williams, Raleigh; 
Robert Wilton Williams, Lumberton; Sara Caroline Williams, Phi Mu, Raleigh; Harriet Ann Williamson, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

rA/;v/ i?o;r.- Joseph Wiley Williard, KernersviUe; David Henry Willis, New Bern; Doc Paul Willis, 
Shelby; Pfohla E. Wimoth, S/gma Chi: Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; Robert Wiley Wilmoth, Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Winston-Salem; Spencer Columbus Wilmoth, Dobson; Arnold Landreth Wilson, Chandler; Clifton 
Monroe Wilson, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Aberdeen. 

Fourth Row: Ernest Frank Wilson, Durham; Jesse F. L. Wilson, Rose Hill; J. Rush Wilson, Jr., Leaks- 
ville; Kathryn Charlotte Wilson, Burlington; Lillian Francis Wilson, Newton; Richard Kendall Wilson, 
Roanoke Rapids; Virgil Archibald Wilson, Rural Hall; William Bernard Winfield, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Chocowinity. 

Fifth Row: Walter Winius, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsiloii, New Orleans, La. ; Newton Alfred Winn, Sigma Phi 
Epsiton, St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Patricia Wentworth Winslow, Chapel Hill ; Wilbur Graham Wilson, Oxford ; 
John Aloysius Wolhar, Pi Kappa Alpha. Charlotte; Cecil Graham Womack, Sanford; Ray Halfond Wom- 
ble, Lillington ; Thomas Benbury H. Wood, Delta Kappa Epsiloii. Edenton. 



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Wgm 




First Ron: John Harris Woodall, Winston-Salem; Calvin Woodard, Wilson; John Frost Woodhouse, Jr., K.ipp.i Sigi/u. Virginia 
Beach, Va.; Philip Woollcott, Jr., Dell.7 Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; George W. Wooten, Asheville; James Elmer Workman, Burling- 
ton; Jack Watts Worsham, Pi Kappa Alpha, Ruffin; James Davis Worsham, Pi Kappa Phi, Southern Pines. 

Second Row: Walter Yeatman Worth, Jr., Chi Psi, Raleigh; Mary Baity Wright, Greensboro; Samuel Clyde Wright, Arden; Wilson 
Bruce Wright, Sigma Chi. Durham; Kenneth Van Wyatt, Morganton; Arthur Demetrius Xanthos, Wilmington; Francis Allen Yancey, 
Oxford ; Pep Younce, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Third Row: 'S>diiha.t3.Md.n3.n\'oung, Sigma Alpha lota, Chdi^eWlWl; Clyde Young, Jamaica Plain, Mass.; Eleanor Stephens Young, 
Corona del Mar, Calif.; Frederick Wright Young, W. Monroe, La.; Frank E. Young, Jr., Oxford; William Frederick Young, Phi 
G annua Delta: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Eta Sigma, Florence, S. C. ; Joseph Patrick Zahran, Fayetteville. 



Not too many 

cooks in this 

stew ! 



Not the Dionne's, 

Jut just as "pop" 

at U. N. C. 



Glad to see you, 
Rushee 

(sucker) ! 



Not homework 

with these boys 

. . It COULDN'T 

BE 





Davie Hall 



The arboretum . . . cultural center for most of the students at the 
University of North Carohna ... is next to Davie Hall. (By locating 
Davie thus, everyone is sure to know just where it is.) Botany stu- 
dents, residents of Davie, make innumerable field trips through the 
arboretum just looking at leaves, trees, flowers, grass, coeds, and their 
male friends. . . . Here students learn the facts of life about flowers. 
... By learning to call a stem a stem, a root a root, and a bud a bud, 
the botanists, upon graduation, can name and identify every flower, 



Botany 




PROFESSOR COUCH 

Head of Botany Department 



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Studying and observing the facts of life about the Howers 



Was it spermatozoa or mitosis 
that I had to report on? Some 
big word. 



leaf, and dog's friend (the tree) on campus and in surrounding areas. 
. . . All you have to learn are such pertinent terms as "ovary," 
"mitosis," "anabolism," "catabolism," "metabolism," etc., to become 
an authority on plant life. Yes, what an accomplishment. . . . "This 
is a deciduous tree, Homer." "Really, Jezebelle.-'" 



'Tain't a movie, but just as good 
. . . the cross-section of a lima 
bean. 




Lecture or Library . . . what's the difference . . . it's over mv head 



Lab break . . . before we break our necks 
examining the pollen of the hyacinths 




Out of that long unending first year at last! Now the months seem to go by much faster. The 
Class has become adjusted to college life and college ways. The boys know what it means to 
drink like a Carolina gentleman and the girls (those rare creatures) know all about the 
Arboretum. The Tciriiiitio)! begins its sophomore year too. The Daily Tur Heel is as much a 
part of the morning as eight o'clock classes. There are a few Phi Eta Sigma keys around, and 
they help to remind that this is the last year in General College. (Well, it should be, anyway!) 
The faculty advisors are used to these experienced people, and the blessings of pre-registering 
are recognized. President Graham has become Dr. Frank, and Chapel Hill is a second home. 

There are new dorms, three in all; but the boys are still crowded. Downtown the Rath- 



The Class of 1951 



Kyle Barnes, Presidenl; Marvin Nathan, Vice-President ; Barbara Bess, Secretary; 
Jim Gwynii. Treasurer; ('alvin Coons. Social Chairman 




Oh iiioinniy, look at the monkeys! 



fls 



Sophomore" 



skellar has been added. It seems as if they'll 
never finish Morehead Planetarian. 

The year is unique to say the least. 
The elections caused almost as much 
excitement as football. And as far as 
football is concerned, it was one of the 
greatest years in history. Spring isn't too 
far away and then in the distance wait two 
more falls. After that the caps and gowns 
end the story. 








Sophomore 




Fitfl Row: Thumas William Osier Abbott. LirnhJj Chi Alpki. Wynnewuod, Pa.; Ann Wilson Adams. Willow Springs; 
David Massey Adams, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh; Theodore Adler, Tan Epsilon Phi. Norfolk, Va.; Belvin Franklin 
Akins, Varina; William Arthur Albright, Charlotte; William Henry Aldridge, Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington; James 
Moffat Alexander, Statesville; Archie C. Allen, Ash; Gary Walter Allen, Pi Kappa Alpha. Asheville. 

Second Roiv: Robert Eugene Allen. Canton; Robert Eugene Allen. Shelby; Worth B. Allen, Jr., Raleigh; John Edward 
Allgood, Kittrell; John Thompson Allred, Dunn; Richard Brown Allsbrook, Alpha Tan Omega. Roanoke Rapids; 
William W. Alston, Louisburg; David Maurice Anderson, Jr., Rocky Mount; John Albert Andrew, Albemarle; Robert 
Lindsay Andrews, Goldsboro. 

Third Ron:- William Parker Andrews. Jr.. Phi Delta Thela, Flat Rock ; Richard Carlton Angel, Franklin ; Thomas 
Weldon Angel, Franklin; Philip Newell Atkinson, Alpha Tan Omega. Asheville; Ralph Jones Atkinson, Winston- 
Salem; James Crowder Austin, Marshville; William Henry Meacham Austin, Smithfield; Emile Richard Ayash, Wil- 
mington; Harry William Aycock, Franklin, Louisiana; Don Charles Ayers, Lexington. 

Fourth Row; Kenneth Aubrey Ayers, Lexington; Jaenn M. Bailey, Sacramento, California; Charles Edward Baker. Pt 
Kappa Phi, Reidsville; Noel Wayne Baker, Rural Hall; Walter F. Baker, Mount Holly; James Whitaker Ballou, Zela 
Psi, Oxford; ]ohn D. Barah, ]t., Phi Kappa Sigma, Atlantic City, N. J.; Harrison Idol Barbee, Phi Gamma Delia, 
Greensboro; David D. Barber, Raleigh; James Chester Barbour, Jr., Smithfield. 

Fifth Row: Marion Durwood Barbour, Benson; Julian Barker, Wilson; Major Pryor Barksdale, Clinton; W. Channing 
Barksdale. Greensboro; Julian Banks Barnes. Enfield; Kyle Durland Barnes, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Troy Thomas 
Barnes. Jr.. Wilson; Norman Paige Barringer, Gold Hill; Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill; 
Ronald Basescu, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sixth Row: Eugene Burroughs Baskett, Henderson; Arthur Carr Batson, Burgaw; Ralph Batts, Jr., Durham; Nick Harry 
Batuyios. Wilmington; Charles D. Beane, Ramseur; William James Beard, Hillsboro; Joseph Hodgin Beasley, Randle- 
man; Alfred John Beatty, Fairfield, Connecticut; Roy Beaty, Jr., Thomasville, Ga.; Charles Edison Beck, Greensboro. 



Class 




F/rsl Row: Richard Urban Beck, Hamlet; James Hazel Belk, Monroe; Daniel Long Bell, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Pittsboro; 
William S. Benbow, 5/;?m<2 /l//>Aa £/>_(/7o«. Winston-Salem; George Lemuel Bennett, Jr., Wadesboro; John Sanford 
Bennett, Greensboro; Gustave K. Berger, Tau Epsilon Pi, Stamford, Conn.; Doran Joyce Berry. Fayetteville; Earl Ray 
Betts, Jr., Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Eugene Andrew Birke, Winston-Salem. 

SeconJ Row: Harold Clifton Bizzell, Durham; Harold Daniel Blalock, Winston-Salem; Clyde James Blanchard, Rocky 
Mount; Albert Stowe Blankenship, Jr., Charlotte; Louis Adams Bledsoe, Jr., Huntsville, Ala.; Eugene Fletcher Bobbitt, 
Warrenton; William Dewey Boling, Jr., Pamplico, S. C. ; Dan C. Boney, Raleigh; William Norman Booker, Greens- 
boro; Rodney Lee Borum, High Point. 

Third Row: James Wallace Bovender, Winston-Salem; Ralph Hartman Bowden, Mocksville; William A. Bowen, Limhda 
Chi Alpha. Greenville; Robert Lewis Bowman, Walnut Cove; Harlan Edward Boyles, Hickory; Charles Lee Brackett, Jr., 
Durham; Roy Carmichael Bradford, Henderson; Ralph W. Brake, Jr., Rowland; Fred Dennis Brammer, Charlotte; Wil- 
liam Patterson Branch, Rich Square. 

f oar/A i?o«; Myers Griffin Braxton, Godwin; Paul Hamer Brigman, High Point; Alfred Cameron Brinson, Arapahoe; 
Henry Cowles Bristol, Jr., Kappa Sigma. Statesville; Clay D wight Brittain, Graham; Carroll Eugene Brooks, Durham; 
Frank Gibbons Brooks, Jr., Siler City; John Wesley Brooks, Raleigh; Mclver Monroe Brooks, Jr., Wilmington; Joseph 
Azel Brookshire, Randleman. 

Fijth Row: Burton Walter Brown, Southern Pines; Charles Quentin Brown, Henderson; Edward Alvin Brown, Greens- 
boro; James Shea Brown, Delia K.ippa Epsilon. Washington, D. C. ; John Simeon Brown, Wilmington; William Jackson 
Brown, Phi Kappa Sigma. Durham; James Nicholas Browne, III, Wilmington; William A. Buchan, Silver Spring, Md.; 
Harry Eugene Buchanan, Phi Delia Thela, Hendersonville; Harvey Lindy Bumgardner, Kings Mountain. 

Sixlh Row: Howard Edward Bunch, Jarvisburg; Frank Edwin Bunker, Winston-Salem; Richard Fry Bunting, Sigma Chi. 
Salem, Virginia; Oscar Nesbitt Burgess, Jr., Charlotte; William Cromartie Burgess, Raleigh; Bill A. Burlesan, Bakers- 
ville; George Albert Burton, Jr., Rocky Mount; John William Burwell, Rutherfordton ; Henry James Butler, Elizabeth 
City; Samuel Manley Butler, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Cherry ville. 



Sophomore 



F/nt Row: Handsel Blanks Butts, Kappa Alpha, Natchez, Miss.; Merlin Roderick Bynum, Greensboro; Rufus Sisson 
Bynum, Alpha Tau Omega. Potsdam, New York; Robert Brown Cain, High Point; Joseph Avery Callahan, AsheviUe; 
Sam James Calvert, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. Norfolk, Virginia; Carlyle Campbell, Raleigh; Louis Henry Campbell, 
Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. Asheboro ; Robert Daniel Cantor, Pi Lambda Phi. Philadelphia, Penn. ; Donald Carmichael, Alpha 
Tau Omeg^a. Falls Church, Va. 

Second Row: George Carter Carr, Phi Delia Thel.i. Lakeland, Fla. ; John Gorham Carr, Durham ; John Richard Carr, Jr., 
Plymouth; Charles Douglas Carter, Winston-Salem ; Jacob Marvin Carter, Halifax; Charles Fred Carty, Jr., Durham; 
D. Jean Cashion, Leesburg, Fla.; Johnny A. Gates, Raleigh; Marvin WyatI Gates, Hillsboro; Bob Bryan Cathey, Chi Pn. 
Asheville. 

Third Roir: Jennings Ingram Chandler, Burlington; William Tyree Chapman, Hickory; Norwood J. Cheek, Leaksville; 
George Saunders Cheesborough, Bela Theta Pi. Biltmore; Howard W. Childress, Mount Airy; Charles Grayson Chil- 
ton, Greensboro; George Robert Christie, Jr., Roosevelt, Long Island, New York; Clifton Russell Churn, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Raleigh; Edward Richard Clark, Raleigh; H. Manly Clark, Elizabethtown. 

Fourth Roic: Joseph Lee Clark, Raleigh; Stuart Fletcher Clayton, Fayetteville; James Edwin Clement, S'gnia Chi: Raleigh; 
Rupert Hoke Cliff, Benson; David Elwood Oihard, Jr., Winston-Salem; Billy Gray Clodfelter, Winston-Salem; John 
Vines Cobb, Jr., Pinetops; John Nelson Coffey, Jr., Raleigh; Richard Erie Cofield, Jr., Edenton ; Stephen Reeves Cole, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington. 

Fifth Row: Robert Hogue Colley, Cln Phi. Elon ; Robert Eugene Colhns, Plymouth; George Todd Colv.ud, U, Richmond, 
Virginia; Johnston Fred Colvard, Jr., Chi Psi. Durham; Alan Wesley Compton, Garner; Harold Benard Conley, Marion; 
Clyde Richard Conrad, Phi Mii Alpha. Greensboro; Roger Atkinson Piyor Cooley, Phi Delia Theta. Nashville; John 
Douglas Cooper, Cary; Herman Morton Coplon, Tau Epsilon Phi, New Bern. 

Sixth Ron: Clyde Edwards Corbett, Castle Hayne; John Hardin Council, Boone; Samuel Furman Covington, Rocking- 
ham; James Cureton Cowan, Bristol, Tenn. ; William George Cowan, Riverside, Calif.; William London Cowan, Kappa 
Si,^ma. Durham; Reid Carr Coward, Ayden ; William Alexander Cowburn, Lumberton; Kyle Cox, Sanford ; Bill Craft, 
Pi Kappa Alpha. Greensboro. 







Class 



First Row: Lunceford Creech, Smithfield; George Edwin Cieel, Chapel Hill; Douglas Edward Crisp, Lenoir; Matthew 
Clayborne Crisp, Raleigh; William Charles Cromwell, Candler; Glenn S. Crook, Jr., Fayetteville; James Alton Croom, 
Wilmington; Jacob Lewis Cross, Lexington; Thomas Harold Crowder, Zeta Psi. Henderson; Oscar Bernard Crowell, Jr., 
Hendersonville. 

Second Row: John Charles Culbreth, Sigma Ku, Pembroke; Julius Albrecht Culp. Gastonia; John Marvin Curlee, Anson- 
ville; David Milton Currence, AsheviUe; George Radcliffe Darden. Jr , Siawa N'u. Camden, S. C. ; Morton Mead Dark, 
Siler City; George Harry Daskai, Fayetteville; Truman Griffin Daughtridge, Rocky Mount; William Gray Daughtridge, 
Rocky Mount; George Dudley Daughtry, Lambda Chi Alpha, Wilmington. 

Third Row: Travis Edwin Davenport, Phi Delta Thela, Rocky Mount; Alan Jesse Davis, Charlotte; Herbert Edward 
Davis, Jr., Raleigh; Raymond Covington Davis, Ellerbe; Robert Hampton Davis, Jr., Chi Phi. Richmond, Va.; Troy 
Lester Davis, Chi Phi. Anderson, South Carolina; Clinton L. Deal, Morganton ; Jimmie Hudson Deatherage, Greensboro; 
Charles Winfield Dellinger, Jr., Phi Mu Alpha, Graham; Joseph Leo DeWalt, Dunn. 

Fourth Row: John Wesley Deyton, Jr., Spruce Pine; William DeBerry Dick, Tryon; James Russell Dickens, Roanoke 
Rapids; Albert Maxcy Dickson, Chi Psi, Hyattsville, Md. ; P. McNeer Dillon, Jr., 5;.?/«d PA; £;'//Vo», Statesville; Richard 
Dillard Dixon, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Edenton ; Joseph J. Dorsett, Alpha Tan Omega, Ridgewood, N. J. ; Joseph James 
Dougherty, Sharon Hill, Penn. ; Thomas Joseph Dougherty, Winston-Salem; Murdock Edward Dowd, Jr., Dunn. 

Fifth Row: Samuel Murrow Downs, Fayetteville; George Franklin Drew, Live Oak, Fla. ; John Edwin Duke, Golds- 
boro; Charles Henry Duls, Jr., Charlotte; Stacy Allen Duncan, Chi Phi. Benson; George Thomas Dunlop, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, AsheviUe; George Barton Dysart, Greenville, S. C. ; Alfred Leonard Dyson, Pi Kappa Alpha, Fayetteville; 
Charles Frederick Eddinger, North Wilkesboro; Paul Burt Edmundson, Goldsboro. 

Sixth Row: Philip Jackson Edwards, Raleigh; Robert Anderson Olin Edwards, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha. Raleigh; Robert 
Starnes Ehle, AsheviUe; James Maxton Elliott, Asheboro; Robert Hampton Ellmore, Roxboro ; Emory Elmore, III, Df//i( 
Psi, Rochester, N. Y. ; Dewey Lee English, Phi Kappa Sigma, Monroe ; Benjamin Kenney Erdman, Jr., Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. Fayetteville; Guy Carr Evans, Greenville; Robert H. Evans, Shelby. 




Sophomore 




First Row: James Everett, Doniphan, Mo.; Luther Stanly Faison, Knightdale; Marion Glenn Farrell, Chapel Hill; 
William Alfred Farrington, Kings Mountain; Dewd Steve Fasul, Fayetteville; Richard Fayssoux, Jr., Arden; Will 
James Feltus, Kappa Alpha, Natchez, Miss.; Robert Rowland Fentress, Knotts Island; Lindsay Coble Ferguson, K.ippj 
Sigma, Durham ; Hal Dean Ferrard, Sigma Nii. Arcadia, Kansas. 

Second Row: James Hugh Fletcher, Drexel ; Percy Flowers, Jr., Chi Psi, Clayton; Henry Clendenin Fordham, Sigma Chi, 
Greensboro ; Ralph E. Forrest, New Bern ; Charles Dunsmore Fox, III, Delia Psi. Roanoke, Va, ; Laurence Fox, Tail Epsilon 
Phi, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Harry LeRoy Fremd, Kappa Alpha, Canal Point, Fla. ; John D. Fulk, Jr., Martinsville, Va. ; Peter 
Demetrios Galanides, Norfolk, Va. ; Betsy Gallagher, Chapel Hill. 

Third Roir: William Andrew Gallagher, Hamlet; Fred A. G-ilt;in, Kappa Sigma. Raleigh; Harry Garland, Linville; Ed- 
win Porter Gaston, Granite Falls; Charles F.^mklin George, Raleigh; Charles Robert Gilchrist, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
Brown Summit; Gene Ivy Giles, Spindale; William Franklin Gilleland, Statesville; Joseph Elfred Gillespie, Reidsville; 
Floyd D. Gilmore, Yucaida, Calif. 

Fourth Row: George Robin Gilmore, Hillsboro; William Crrard Gilmore, Beta Theta Pi, Towson, Md.; Thomas Edgar 
Glass, Jr., Apex; William Harold Glass, Raleigh; Morton Joseph Glasser, Tau Epsilon Phi. Norfolk, Va. ; Alfred Charles 
Glosson, Jr., Durham; Charles Franklin Glover, Sims; Fred Weston Glover, Charlotte; Ebe William Godwin, Wilming- 
ton; Ira David Godwin, Wilson. 

Fifth Row: Erwin Saul Goldman, Burlington; Henry Neil Goldstem, Pi Lambda Phi. Hampton, Va.; Willard Coe Goley, 
Graham; James Thomas Gooding, New Bern; James Roy Goodman, Jr., Albemarle; Stanley David Goodman, Pi Lambda 
Phi. Norfolk, Va. ; Carl Dean Goodson. Marion; Robert Flournoy Goodwm, Jr., Winstim-Salem; Arthur Fountain 
Goodwyn, Tarboro ; Allen Spach Goslen, Winston-Salem. 

Sixth Row: Robert Judson Gourley, Jr., Walkertown; Perrin Wingate Gower, Zela Psi, Raleigh; Norfieet Grant, New 
Bern; Willis Jackson Grant, Windsor; Arthur L. Green, Jr., Winston-Salem; Franklin Eugene Green, Norfolk, Va.; 
Irving Leonard Greespon, Tau Epsilon Phi. Newport News, Va.; Richard Grantham Gregory, Wilson; Elliott Hamilton 
Griffin, Charlotte; John Roger Griffin. Jr., Aulander. 



Class 




First Row: Allan Leland Griffiths, Phi Ela Sigma, Leaksville; George Hill Grover, III, Chi Psi, Trenton, N. J.; Robert 
Wade Gryder, Hiddenite; Malta Carolyn Guthrie, Chapel Hill; Cary Lee Guy, Angler; James Minor Gwynn, Sigma Nu, 
Mexico City, Mexico; Thomas Crawford Haddon, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Durham; Jack Tillmon Hadley, Alpha Tau Omega. 
Gainesville, Fla.; Richard Francis Haff, Phi Eta Sigma, Burlington; Henry Carroll Hagan, Pittsboro. 

Second Row: Billy Raymond Hale, Thomasville; Charles Winston Hall, Sanford; James Grayson Hall, Danbury; Roy 
Griffith Hall, Jr., Saluda; Thomas Roy Hall, Burlington; Melvin Lewis Hamby, Lexington; Jimmy Roger Hamrick, 
Shelby; Howard Franklin Hann, Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte; Richard Vollers Hanson, P/)/ (jjwffw Df//J. Wilmington; 
John Fuller Harman, Wilmington. 

Third Row: Benjamin Carlton Harrell, Mamie; Philip Van Harrell, Gatesville; Amos Cecil Harris, Forest City; Ellis Clay- 
tun Harris, Greensboro; George Pritchard Harris, Grantsboro ; Joseph Claxton Harris, Durham ; Lucian Haywood Harris, 
III, Charlotte; Bertram J. Hart, Kinston ; Crawford Avery Hart, New York, N. Y. ; John Thomas Harward, Jr., Dur- 
ham. 

I'ourlh Row: Jerry Lee Hawkins, Shelby; Robert Edward Hawkins, Raleigh; Robert Lawson Hawkins. Shelby; William 
Lee Hawkins, Raleigh; Clarence Fillmore Hayes, High Point; David Robert Hayworth, High Point; Dolan Vinnie Hed- 
rick, Lexington; Hunt Randolph Hedrick, Danville, Va.; Loyd Bruce Hedrick, Phi Gamma Delta. Lexington; Linwood 
Mason Herndon, Angier. 

Fijth Row: Charles Leonidas Herring, La Grange; Horace Taylor Herring. Walstonburg; Faison Museley Hicks, Faison; 
Horace Milton Hill, New Bern; David Raymond Hinkle, Jr., Winston-Salem; Arned Lee Hinshaw, Burlington; Floyd 
Judson Hipps, Asheville; Henry Hoyt Hobbs, Tampa, Fla. ; Jack Edward Hobbs. Greensboro ; Robert Clay Hogan Chapel 
Hill. 

Sixth Row: Ernest Jackson Holbrook. Jr., Kappa Sigma. High Point; Fletcher M. Hollingsworth, La Grange; Bob Jason 
Holmes, Lambda Chi Alpha, Burlington; Curtis Ray Holmes, Fayetteville ; Lotes Lee Holmes, Sanford; James Oscar 
Holt, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Raleigh; John Leland Honeycutt. Jr.. Erwin; Ottis Honeycutt, Jr., Erwin; Larry Dew 
Hooks, Fremont; Frank Cyrus Hooper, Massena, N. Y. 



Pag* lai 



Sophomore 



FirU Ron: James Reid Hooper. Durham; Robert Joyce Hooper, Reidsville; Jack Walker Hopkins, Fitzgerald, Ga.; Harry 
H. Horton, Jr., Pi K.ipp.i Alpha. Ashevilie; Hugh Glenn Horton, Jr., Phi Gamma Delia. Williamston; Robert Swain 
Horton, Raleigh; William Newton Hovis, Jr., Chi Psi. Charlotte; Harry Saunders Howard, Raleigh; Herbert Hugh 
Howell, Kappa Alpha. Goldsboro; Robert Calloway Hubbard, North Wilkesboro. 

Second Rotr: William M. Hudgins, Seaford, Va.; Charles Franklm Hughes, Asheboro; Laurence Brugger Humes, Rob- 
binsville; John Norman Hunt. Charlotte; Richard Fredrick Hunt. Jr., Rocky Mount; Thomas Jackson Hunt, Seagrove; 
John Howard Ingle. Raleigh; John Randolph Ingram. Asheboro; James Herman Ingram. Ingalls; Blake Elliot Isley, Jr., 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Third Rou:- Vernon L. James, Liberty; Richard Hampton Jenrette, Chi Psi. Phi Eta Sigma, Raleigh; Edward Williams 
Jernigan, Durham; C. Clarence Johnson, Spring Hope; Edwin Eure Johnson, Sigma N», Rocky Mount; Ira Kimbrell 
Johnson, Jr., Wilmington; James William Johnson, Kappa Alpha, High Point; Richard Earl Johnson, Randleman; 
Willis Jefferson Johnson, Jr., Wallace ; Alden Garlan Jonas, Phi Delta Theta, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 

Fourth Row: Durward Spencer Jones, Winston-Salem; Graham Eugene Jones, Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; John Wil- 
liam Jones, Charlotte; Leslie Edward Junes, Sigma Nii, Norfolk, Va.; Johnie Hooper Jones, Charlotte; Rial C. Jones, Ox- 
ford; Robert Arthur Jones, Southport; Ronald Arthur Jones, Raleigh; William Wright Jones, Jr.. Raleigh; Edward Saun- 
ders Jordan, Carolina Beach. 

F;//A i?o«; John Calvin Jordan, Mebane; Jay Harris Joseph, Vineland, N. J.; Elwood Ervin Joye, Rosedale, N. Y.; 
Harold Henry Kastner, Alpha Tau Omega, Sanford, Fla.; Robert Kaufman, Pi Lambda Phi, Mt. Vernon, N, Y.; Mary 
MacDonald Kear, Chapel Hill; Cameron Hazel Keels, McColl, S. C. ; Paul Keenan. Jr., Chi Psi. Chicago, III.; Hurshell 
Hal Keener, Lenoir; Matthew Thomas Kelly, Phillips, Wisconsin. 

Sixth Row: Robert Murdock Kelly, Kappa Alpha. Greensboro; Robert Lanham Kirby. Charlotte; Guy Smith Kirby, 
Kappa Alpha. Marion; George C. Kirby, Roxboro; Eston Clay King, Jr., Burlington; Bennie Lafayette King, Warren 
Plains; Thomas Rockwell Kerr, Pasadena, Calif.; Philip Houston Kennedy, Charlotte; Nevin Kennedy, III, Delta Psi. 
Atlanta, Ga. ; John Lacy Kennedy. Fayetteville. 




Class 



First Ron: William Garland Kirkman, Durham; William Melvin Kirven, LtmbJa Chi AlfiLi. Hamlet; Lyle Edsel Kiser, 
King; Michael Luther Kiser, Jr., Chi Phi, Spencer; Charles Milliard Knight, Charlotte; Allen Russell Koenig, Phi 
Gamma Delta. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Benjamin Pully Lacy, Durham; Evangeline Harrelson Laidlaw, Western Springs, 111.; 
James Louis Lamm, Mount Airy; Carol Jack Lane, Morganton. 

Second Roic: Marshall Ross Lane, Morganton; Bill Frye Laney, Lenoir; Gene Lang, Phi Gamma Delta, Ayden; Carl 
Thomas Lasley, Jr., Norfolk, Va.; Bill Winfield Lassiter, Durham; Don Richard Latta, Greensboro; Irvin Emmette 
Lawrence, Jr., Raleigh; Joseph Thad Lawrence, Sanford ; George Willard Laws, Durham; Anthony Blake Leckie, Lum- 
berton. 

Third Row: William J. Lee, Kappa Alpha, Wilmington; Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Sigma Chi, Greensboro; George 
Alan Leonard, Nashville; Harrison Lewis, Theta Chi, Cashiers; Jerome E. Lewis, Asheville; Kay Eugene Lewis, 5/j?W(/ 
Chi, Beaver, Penn.; Leonard Albert Liberman, Tau Epiilon Pi, Wallace; Cleaton Melvin Lindsey, Jr., Pittsbom; Eugene 
Alvis Lindsey, Durham ; Max Gregson Lindsey, Draper. 

T-ourth Row: Kenneth Patton Lindsley, Jr., Williamston; Adrian Smith Lineberger, Jr., Chapel Hill; Charles Moflitt 
Lineberry, Charlotte; Louis Charles Lineberry, Jr., Asheville; Harry Bonner Litchfield, Jr., Aurora; Aubrey Lee Little, 
Ayden; Herbert Hoover Liverman, Columbia; Henry Victor Lofquist, Jr.. Phi Mu Alpha, Asheville; John Samuel Long, 
Winston-Salem; Robert Hassell Long, Jr., Roxboio. 

Piith Row: Leonard Lopez, Lambda Chi Alpha. Burlington; John Ralph Lore, Lenoir; Allen Karl Ludwick, Greensburg, 
Penn.; Robert M. Luxenberg, Pi Lambda Phi. New York, N. Y.; Walter Kenneth Lynch, Selma; Duncan Ian Mac- 
Caiman, Phi Gamma Delta. Nyack, N. Y. ; Thomas Miles MacGlothlin, Jr., Norfolk, Va. ; Betty Gravlee McAfee, Macon, 
Ga.; Eurid Reid McAuley, Jr., Charlotte; Lloyd Curtis McCaskill, Laurinburg. 

Sixth Rott: Roger Maurice McCaskill, Candor; Wesley Ray McCaskill, Pinebluff; Benedict Yates McConnell, Kappa 
Alpha. Gastonia ; George Eugene McCorkle, Charlotte : John A. McCrary, Kappa Sigma, Lexington ; Walter McCraw, 
Burlington; Claude Frederick McCuiston, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Michael Conway Dixon McDaniel, Mt. Pleasant; Robert 
Leon McDaniel, Fayetteville; James McGeady, Wilson. 




Page \Bi 










HWMIWlWfij'^n^' yS^^^'s- ~<~ 



Library 



"The Building" of the University of North Carolina, 
the hangout for more than seven thousand students. 
. . . THE LIBRARY ... is located right behind South 
Building. Here thousands of books are on hand for 
students and faculty use in every major and minor 
field of study, plus best sellers for those with free 
time on their hands. Divided into sections, on ground 
floor are the General College Reading Room, the 



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CHARLES E. RISH 

Librarian 



DEAN SI .SA> (,. Vkl.K.'' 
Deiiurtiiteiit of Library and Science 




. . and how long have you been waiting? 



Ves, Dr. Akers, but where are the comic books? 



Reser\e Reading Room, the Commerce Room, for 
commerce students; on second floor, the Periodical 
Room, the Reference Room, and the main desk for 
checking out books. The School of Library Science is 
on third floor. In the basement are the Bull's Head 
Book Shop, where best sellers and many reference 
books can be rented or bought, and the North Caro- 
lina Room, where histories and documents about the 
state are kept, and the library extension. One of the 
prettiest buildings, it is, by far, the most important 
building on campus. 



ley say we re going to get a new win$ 




Ni«»pai)er Jlorgue 




And »n hi> l(a<k liic burilen of the world" 



Sophomore 













First Row: Robert Edgar McGilvary, Durham; John WilUam McKeel, Washington; Clarence Reid McLain, Lenoir; Joseph 
Malcalm McLean, Sigma Chi. Laurinburg; Francis Joseph McMahon, Asheville; James Mark Mahan, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
William August Mahler, Jr., Tarboro; Frederick Fayette Mallard, Phi Dell.i Thet.i. Jersey City, N. J.; Thomas Lee 
Maness, Concord; Archie Clarence Mangum, Jr., Chapel Hill. 

Second Roic: Horace Desmond Mann, Jr., Portsmouth, Va.; Archie J. Manuel, Front Royal, Va. ; Alex W. Marsh, K.ippj 
Sif.ma, High Point; Billy Sloan Martin, Olin; John R. Martin, Winston-Salem; Silvio G. Martinat, Lenoir; Kemp Alston 
Maser, Pi Kappa Phi. Fort Pierce, Fla. ; Lawrence M. Mason, Charlotte; Donald Robert Matthews, Rockville Centre, 
N. Y.; Fred Robert Matthews, Chi Psi, Asheville. 

Third Ron:- Thomas Hill Matthews, Kappa Alpha. Rocky Mount; James Rodney May, Alpha Kappa Pu. Wilmington; 
Charles Eugene Maynard, Hamlet; Donald James Maynard, Garden City, N. Y.; S. Keith Meads, Shawboro; John David 
Medling, Jr., Asheville; Archie Dowe Meekins, Midway Park; Charles Edward Mclvin, Greensboro; Jesse M. Mercer, Jr., 
Lucama; Morris Edward Merritt, Wilmington. 

Fourth Row: Charles Gilbert Milham, Hamlet; Frank Otis Miller, Jr., Delta Psi. Wmston-Salem ; George William Miller, 
Cowen, W. Va.; Marvin Miller, Alpha Epsiluti Pi. Winston-Salem; Nick John Miller, Charlotte; James Arthur Mills, 
Charlotte; Charles Burrell Mitchell, Jr., Durham; Glenn Odell Mitchell, Greensboro; Herbert Thomas Mitchell, Chi 
Phi, Asheville; John William Mobley, Wilmington. 

Fijth Row: Jack W. Money, Winston-Salem ; James Edward Montague, Oxford ; Walter Scott Montgomery. Kappa Sif.ma. 
Spartanburg, S. C; Jack Waldrow Moody, Plainfield, N. J.; James Wilson Moure, Asheboro; Nathaniel Henry Moore, 
II, Washington; William Prince Moore, Raleigh; Hugh Reeves Morehead, Mooresboro; Dan R. M.irgan. Farmville; 
Donald Sasser Morris, Aulander. 

Sixth Row: William J. Morris, Burgaw; William White Morris, Bessemer City; Daniel Baker Morrison, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Concord; Warren Dale Morrison, Jr., Chi Phi. Miami, Fla.; Helen Dixon Morrow, Chapel Hill; Joe Andrew Mor- 
row, Waynesville; John Wooten Moseley, Kappa Sigma, Kinston; William Oliver Moser, Winston-Salem; Herbert 
Moskowitz, Alpha Epiiloii Pi. Wilmington; Augustus Muckenfuss, Burlington. 



Class 











First Row: John Reid Murchisun, Sigma Alpha Epsilun, Wilmington, Arthur Gage Murphey, Jr., Macon, Miss.; Richard 
James Murphy, Baltimore, Md.; Horace Thomas Myers, Laurinburg; Austin Southard Myers, Jr., Easthaddam, Conn.; 
Roy Lee Myers, Candor; Herbert Nachman, Jr., Zetti Beta Tau, Augusta, Ga. ; Jerrod Thom.'.s Nance, Asheville; Averette 
Floyd Nash, Saint Pauls; Marvin Nimmo Nathan, Tan Epsilon Phi, Norfolk, Va. 

Second Row: John Marshall Neel, Gastonia; George Brent Nelson, Bridgeton; William Winter Newman, Durham; Wil- 
liam Taylor Newton, Dunn; James Gordon Nichols, New Bern; John Adams Niles, Jr., Oxford; Herbert Alton Nobles, 
Rocky Mount; Robert Earl Noell, Greensboro; Charles Allan Northend, Phi Gamma Delta. Daytuna Beach, Fla.; Thomas 
Beckwith Northington, Roanoke Rapids. 

Third Row: Richard Smith Nunis, Chi Phi. Charlotte; Hubeit Ethridge Olive, Kappa Si.nma. Lexington; Warren Everett. 
Olsen, Long Island, N. Y.; Charles Edward Osborne, Hendersonville; Robert W. Padrick, Hendersonville; Robert James 
Page, Flushing Long Island, N. Y.; Richard Hayne Palmer, Kappa Sigma, Shelby; Johnny Pappas, Winston-Salem; Walter 
Hoytt Paramore, Jr., Fuquay Springs; Cornelius Theodore Partrick, Kappa Alpha, Wilmington. 

Pourtb Row: Richard Ernest Paschal, Reidsville; John Wiley Pass, Roxboro; Archie Ray Patton, Jr., Marion; Charles 
Frederick Patton, Morganton; Joseph M. Paul, Pike Road; Robert Benjamin Payne, Gastonia; Benjamin Gary Pease, 
Jacksonville, Fla.; Alton R. Pennington, Black Creek; John Weldon Pennington, Mocksville; Oliver Cromwell Penning- 
ton, Jr., Raleigh. 

Fijth Rolf: William Gaston Penry, Denton; Bennett H. Perry, Ze/a P.ti, Henderson; Robert Sidney Perry, Jr., McCain; 
Jacques A. Phelps, Jr., Winston-Salem; Ernest Edward Phillips, Raleigh; Eugene Hadley Pickett, Raleigh; John Sharpe 
Pittard, Chapel Hill; James Kenneth Pitts, Raleigh; George Herbert PofTenberger, Hampton, Va.; Jesse Lee Poindexter, 
Jr., East Bend. 

Sixth Ron: James Gardner Pollock, Durham; Hampton Rochelle Poole, Franklinville ; Robert Howard Poole, Jr., Eliza- 
bethtown; Lee Southerland Potter, Aurora; Thomas Van Potter, Washington, D. C; Louis Eugene Potts, Highlands; 
Charles Benton Pratt, Madison; Edmund Watson Price, Trenton, N. J.; Alfred Emanuel Pruitt, Raleigh; James W. 
Purdum, Asheville. 



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Sophomore 



Pint Row: Quinton Quillen Quails, Chi Psi. Hollister; Frank Leon Tatchiffe, Roanoke, Va.; Harry Leon Reavis, Win- 
ston-Salem; Harold Lawrence Reed. Sparta; Paul Allen Reichle, Jr., y4/^Ad T^» Omt',?^?, Fayetteville ; Wallace Traynham 
Reid, Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem; Raymond Clinton Reitzel, Liberty; Avery Robert Rhyne, Jr., Charlotte; Maurice 
Baker Richardson, Whiteville; William Frederick Riddle, Sanford. 

Second Ron-: George Letell Rights, Winston-Salem; Harvey Kdward Ritch, Charlotte; Bob Sanders Robcrson, Smithfield; 
Robert Ralph Roberts, Sanford; Edwin Moring Robins, Greensboro; Shelby Augustus Roebuck, Farmville; Carl William 
Rogers, Durham; Hubert N. Rogers, Fair Bluff; Richard Eugene Rogers, Pi K.ippa Alph.i. Williamston; Robert Rohe, 
Bronxville, N. Y. 

Third Ron:- Harold Watkins Rollins, Bostic; Ch.ulotte Rosenberg, Wilkes-Barre, Penn.; Harold Floyd Rou.se, Pht Deltj 
Theta. Farmville; William Edward Rouse, Jr., Raleigh; Jimmie P. Rumley, Winston-Salem; John Robert Russell, Farm- 
ville; Angelos Nick Russos, Raleigh; Robert James Rutherford, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham; William Edward 
Rutherford, Glen Rock, N. J.; John D. Sadler, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tarboro. 

Foi4rth Row: Bruce Morrison Sanborn, Kappa Sigma. Gastonia; James Bentley Sanders, Asheville; Murray Rudolph 
Santee, Bladenboro; Perry M. Sapperstein, Tail Epsilon Phi. Gastonia; Marvin Futran Saunders, Durham; Marshall Her- 
man Schell, Jr., Zeta Psi. Raleigh; D.ivid Ker Schermerhorn, Delt.t Pii. Westwood, N. J.; Morley Allan Schlesinger, 
Midway Park; John Shepley Scholield, III, K.ippa Alph.i. Macon, Ga.; Norman Howard Schwartz, Zeta Beta Tan. High 
Point. 

Fifth Rotv: Thomas Edgar Seism, Pelham; Ben A. Scott, Jr., Henderson; David Lovis Seitz, Winston-Salem; John Rich- 
ardson Senter, Raleigh; William Kerns Shankle, Troy; Chevalier Styers Sharpe, Greensboro; Alexander Turner Shaw, 
Jr., Raleigh; James Barron Shaw, Leaksville; Sherrill Wayne Shaw, Randleman; Fred Edward Sherman, Wilkes-Barre, 
Penn. 

S/.vf/:- Ro((v Hugh Blount Sherrod, jr., Enhcld; Watson Newberry Sherrod, Enfield; George Bernard Shields, Newport 
News, Va.; Robert Dicks Shore, Si.^m.t Alpha Epsilon. Winston-Salem; Jerry Monroe Shuping, Asheboro; Edward Louis 
Sibilsky, Milledgeville, Ga.; Charles Briggs Siceloff, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Williamston; Edward Stanford Silver, 
Zeta Beta Tan. High Point; Gene Laughlin Simmons, Marion; Herbert Henry Sims, Greensboro. 







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First Row: William Henry Singleton, III, Raleigh; William Henry Skeels, Fayetteville ; William Pailin Skinner, Jr., 
Elizabeth City; Billy Lee Slate, Mt, Airy; Robert Moderwell Sloan, Kapfia Alpha. Winston-Salem; Thomas Bryan 
Smiley, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma. Raleigh; Charles Wesley Smith, High Point; Dan Chewning Smith, Charlotte; George Dee 
Smith, Winston-Salem ; James Douglas Smith, Delta Psi, Montvale, Va. 

Second Row: Jimmie Howard Smith, Savannah, Ga.; Ray Ellison Smith, Mount Olive; Raymond William Smith, Greens- 
boro; Richard Roland Smith, Reidsville; Ruffin Smith, Charlotte; William Oliver Smith, Jr., Raleigh; John Wilson 
Smitherman, Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem; William Kinkead Sonntag, Chapel Hill ; James Nicholas Sowell, Charlotte; 
William Laddie Sowers, Lexington. 

Third Row: Albert Doyle Spain, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. Durham; Marie Sparrow, Compton, Calif.; William Johnston 
Spiliers, Winston-Salem; Ralph Faison Stack, Greensboro; James Gordon Stallings, Dc//./ W'/ /4//>/v. Charlotte; William 
Luther Stark, Oxford; Frank Hilliard Starnes, Cherryville; George Battle Staton, Phi Eta Sigma. Rocky Mount; James 
Benjamin Stephenson, Holly Springs ; John Bennett Stephenson, Pi Kappa Alpha, Garysburg. 

Fourth Row: Wallace Watson Stephenson, Severn; William Turner Stephenson, Jr., Zeta Psi, Halifax; Willis William 
Stephenson, Severn; Conrad O. Stewart, Jr., Orlando, Fla.; Mildred Heath Stocks, Snow Hill; Jack Bethel Stokes, Phi 
Delta Theta, Norfolk, Va. ; Howard Harold Strandberg, Jr., Zeta Psi. Rocky Mount; John Bailey Stratford, Jr., Graham; 
William Herman Strickland, Phi Eta Sigma. Lenoir; Francis Marion Strock, Jr., Hamlet. 

Fijth Row: Francis Maguire Strong, Delta Psi, Arlington, Mass.; Luther Odell Stutts, Raleigh; I. Palmer Sugg, Kinston; 
Daniel Joseph Sullivan, Phi Kappa Sigma. Pennsgrove, N. J. ; Charles Waddell Summerlin, Durham ; Robert Lee 
Summerlin. Mt. Olive; Calvin Hoover Surles, Roseboro; Robert Eugene Sykes, Stockton, Calif.; John Howard Talley, 
Jr., Wilmington; Lardric B. Tanner, Jr., Liberty. 

5y,\7j6 i?o«v George William Taylor, Washington; Harvey H. Taylor, Erwin ; Luther Eddice Taylor, Faison; Margaret 
Lewis Taylor, Pi Beta Phi, Arlington, Va. ; Simon Fleming Terrell, Warrenton; Hubert Dallas Terry, Aulander; Gerald 
Donald Thomas, Greensboro; James Phillips Thomas, Phi Delta Theta. Baltimore, Md.; Robert Colen Thomas, Eagle 
Springs ; Robert Edward Thomas, Portsmouth, Va. 




Sophomore 




f/«/ Rojc- Fied Bryant Thompson, Rocky Mount; Russell Aubrey Thompson, Jr., Zt/./ Pm. Wilson; Joseph Carlyle 
Thornburg, Cherryville; Paul Edgar Thornburg, Raleigh; Charles Ellington Thorne, Zelj Pu. Rocky Mount; William 
Edgar Thornton, Faison; William Gentry Thurman, Jacksonville, Fla.; Bill Tice, Wadesboro; Justus Tice, Williamston; 
Charles Cecil Todd, Rocky Mount. 

Secvnil Raw: Charles Elmendorf Trado, Jr., Henderson; William Hubert Traywick, Marshville; William Roy Traywick, 
Charlotte; Chesley Addison Trice, Durham; Clarence B. Tugwell, Greenville; E. B. Jack Tripp, Henderson; Wilson 
Davis Trotter, Sigmii Alphd EpiiloK. Leaksville; Henry Elliott Turner, Asheville; Hubert Durwood Tyndall, Pikerville; 
Robert Howard Tyndall, Salemburg. 

Third Row: Charles Henry Ufen, Phi Ehi 5/.i;w/J, Delia Phi Alpha. Bronx, N. V.; John G. Ulmer, Jr., Hemingway, 
S. C. ; John Roberts Umstead, Durham; Walter Williams Umstead, Durham; Joseph Roy Utley, Sanford; John Gunter 
Uzzell, Atlantic City, N. J.; Henry Taylor Vaden, Washington, D. C. ; Mauro George Valentine, Bronxville, N. Y.; 
Curtis Winfield Vaughan, Durham ; Wesley Eugene Vaughn, Charlotte. 

Fourth Row: David Collard Venable, Washington, D. C. ; Angelo Anthony Vcrdicanno, South Plaintield, N. J.; Robert 
Harrell Vinson, Phi Etci Sif,m,i. Ahoskie; William Matthew Vinson, Phi Eta Sigma, Ahoskie; Walling Douglas Vree- 
land, Jr., Fort Bragg, William Joseph Waddell, Henderson ville; William Johnson Waggoner, Salisbury; Henry Russell 
Wall, Raleigh; Paul Wallace, Hamlet; White McKenzie Wallenborn, Charlottesville, Va. 

Fifth Row: Richard John Walters, Durham; Jesse Michael Ward, Randleman ; Lindy Wilson Ward, Williamson, W. 
Va.; William Wray Ward, High Point; Bonnie Max Warner, Norman; Margaret Meroney Warner. Murphy; Earl 
Clinghman Warren, Dunn; James Victor Warren, Wilmington; McWilson Warren, Clinton; William Russell Warren, 
Kappa Sigma, Benson. 

Sixth Ron: Alexander Sprunt Watkins, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Henderson ; Irvine Beaufort Watkins, Jr., Henderson ; 
Norman Ray Watson, Durham; Robert Hugh Watson, Chi Psi, Elizabethtown; Edmond Bruce Weatherly, Durham; 
Kenneth George Weavil, Winston-Salem ; Richard Lon Weeks, Edenton: John Russell Welkins, Selma ; Fred Morrow 
West, Franklin; Edward Earl Wharton, Merritt. 



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First Rou: Hubert Mahaney Whitaker, Ji., Enfield; James H. White, Chi Vhi. Lnuisbui;y; Marshall Whitfield White, Ox- 
ford; Robert Dean White, Marion; William Henry White, Elizabeth City; William Henry White, ?hi Gamma Delia, 
/'/7/£/jS;,i;/hj, Greenville; William Rutherford White, Camp Hill, Pa.; Georj^e David Whitfield, Hurdle Mills; Robert 
Turnbull Whitlock, Beta Thela Pi, Mount Airy; Harold Ray Wicker, Sanford. 

Second Row: Jacob Ernest Wiggins, Jr., Asheville; Robert Alston Willard, Jr., ZeUi Pit. Wilson; Junius Wayne WiUiard, 
Jr., Kappd Alpha. High Point; Adolphus Andrew Williams, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Hamlet; Bryan Grimes Williams, Zeta 
Psi, Raleigh; Earl Edward Williams, Wilmington; James Earl Williams, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Burlington; James Ran- 
dolph Williams, Hamlet; Johnny Robert Williams, Rocky Mount; Phillip Adger Williams, Asheboro. 

Third Ron:- Vernel H. Williams, Durham; Jason McLeod Williamson, Cerro Gordo; Junius Wayne WiUiard, Jr., Kappa 
Alpha. High Point; James Curtis Williford. Winston-Salem ; James Estes Willingham, Asheville; Charles Bradley Willis, 
Greensboro; David Pearce Willis, Chi Phi. McCain; Floyd M. Willis, Jr., Winston-Salem ; Claude Arthur Wilson, 
Monroe; Gene Tillman Wilson, Shelby. 

Fourth Row: Noa.h Rome Wilson, ]i-., Phi Gawma Delta. W.hon's Mills; Stephen Augustus Wilson, Jr., New Bern; 
Stephen Glenn Wilson. Jr., Angier; Wilbur Wilson, Oxford; John Hubert Moore Witt, Dobson; Steven Arthur Woll- 
man. Pi Lambda Phi, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; John Norris Woodell, Jr., Fayetteville; Fred Earl Woods, Greensboro; Wil- 
liam Carter Woolfolk, Phi Delta Theta. Columbus. Ga.; Carl Eugene Worsley, SiRma Nii. Tarbor... 

Fijth Row: Roy Lee Wray, Lynchburg, Va.; Kenneth Wallace Wright, Jr., Beaufort; Robert Edwin Wylie, Charlotte; 
Wilson Franklin Yarborough, Jr., Fayetteville; Jack D. Yarborough, Hendersonville; Herbert Seawell Yates, Rocking- 
ham; Kimble Carson Yates, Raleigh; Benjamin Olds Yelverton, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Rocky Mount; Joseph Asbury 
Yoder, Linville; Oscar Hoyle Yokley, Beta Theta Pi, Mt. Airy. 

Sixth Row: William Vann York, High Point; Archibald Columbat Yow, Jr., Henderson; Wallace B. Zimmerman, Rox- 
boro; Eugene Hoyle Kirkman, Durham. 



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New East 



Dew East 



A Thursday afternoon at the 
lab testing for quartzite, hme- 
stone, or marble; Tuesday night 
at the Phi; stumbling over the 
latest geography placement test 
have all become an intimate 
part of New East for many a 
yesterday. Indeed, ever since 
New East was open to U. N. C. 
students under the able direc- 
tion of Professors Collier Cobb 
and H. V. Wilson, its name has 
become synonymous for the 
Geology and Geography De- 




DR. W. F. PROUTY 

Head of Geology and Geography 

Departments 




partments and for the Philanthropic Assembly located 
on the fourth floor. 

Today New East has grown by way of an annex 
built in 1947 for laboratory purposes, and yet, tj'pical 
of our bulging university, it is overcrowded. How- 
ever, with a new building promised, the Geology and 
Geography Departments look to the future with hope. 



Until I saw the final, I thonght this was a crip course 




Come on, watch him do the Rhumba 




And that. suh. is New .Arleans! 



••^rij^ -a- 




Allen Tate, Secretarj'; Julian Albergotti, Vjce-Presidenl ; Dalton Ruffin, President; Bets 
Ross, Social Chairman; Joe Privett, Treasurer 



The Class of 1952 



They call us "the breath of life, the new blood of the university". That is what we mean to the 
experienced, the upperclassmen and the professors. What all of this is to us is another thing. 
There is the thrill of being in new surroundings, the thrill of the anticipation of seeing and 
being a part of things we have heard and wondered about. 

It is September, 1948. It is now that we begin our journey on the road to higher education 
— in books and people. We will walk the paths that have been walked by many before us; we 
will love the things that others have loved; we will inherit the spirit of the old traditions, and, 
maybe, we will add something new. We will be proud of being a part of all this, and we will 
show our pride when we resound the glories of our Carolina, 

Some of us will pass into oblivion, but most of us will go on to greater things. We are the 
new blood — we are the Freshmen. 



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Freshman 

Days of '49" 



Freshman just this year 

And this is Carolina's counseling program 

We lived like Carolina Gentlemen? 



Every Monday nite is laundry time. 

Who went to the Graham Memorial barber shop? 

"It must be true, I read it some place" 




Freshman 




First Row; Joe Riley Aaron, High Point; Forrest Flynn Ader, Winston-Salem; Julian Sheppard Albergotti, Charlotte; 
Denny Page Aldridge, Reidsville; Cloyce Batchelor Alford, Zebulon; David Warren Allen, Greensboro; Herbert Mc- 
Lamb Allen, Benson; Willard Charlton Allen, Kinston; Frank James Allston, Jr., Arlington, Va.; Thomas Marion 
Alspaugh, Winston-Salem. 

Second Row: Everett Clark Altman, Fayetteville ; Kirby P. Ambler, Fort Myers, Fla. ; Richard Carpenter Andrews, Wil- 
mington; Harris Newton Angel, Winston-Salem; Willard Burch Apple, Reidsville; Charles Theodore Ashworth, Fuquay 
Springs; Abner Mitchell Askew, Ahoskie; Milton Hart Askew, Jr., New Bern; Ben Emmet Atkins, Gastonia; John 
Wilson Atwater, Jr., Burlington. 

Third Row: Robert Harold Averette, Jr., Fayetteville; Edward Stanley Avery, Jr., Winston-Salem ; Zack Hampton Bacon, 
Raleigh; William Farris Badgett, Mount Airy; Robert Freeman Bailey, Durham; Luther D. Barbee, Nashville; Alan 
Hauser Barnes, Winston-Salem; Edwin Thomas Barnes, Conway; Basil Duke Barr, West Jefferson; James Henry 
Barton, Durham. 

Fourth Row: Turner Staton Bass, Henderson; Robert Harold Bass, Clinton; Raymond Dean Bateman, Winston-Salem; 
Carl Simpson Baxter, Greensboro ; Jesse Jordan Beale, Jr., Raleigh ; Miles Augustus Beam, Jr., Shelby ; Allraan Beaman, 
Greensboro ; Donald Ernest Beckwith, Raleigh ; Charles Horace Bedgood, Jr., Wilson ; James Andrew Bell, Jr., Greens- 
boro. 

Fijth Row: Charles Glenn Bennett, Jr., Durham; Robert Edward Bennett, Rocky Mount; Charles Douglas Berger, 
Winston-Salem; John Joseph Beshara, Greensboro; Eddie E. Best, Goldsboro; Richard L. Bestwick, Sharon, Penn.; 
Edgar Rutherford Betty, Raleigh; Cedric Bielawski, Washington, D. C. ; Rans Dow Black, Jr., Cherryville; William 
Frederick Black, Greensboro. 

Sixth Row: George Sumter Blackwelder, Jr.; Hickory; Frederick Eugene Blair, Vilas; Daniel Estill Bland, Thomas- 
ville; Robert Charles Blaswell, Rocky Mount; Ruffin Wilkerson Blaylock, Apex ; Spencer Lorraine Blaylock, Jr., Greens- 
boro; John Robert Bock, High Point; Richard Franklin Boddie, Durham; Edgar Ray Bond, Jr., Guilford College; John 
H. Bond, Los Angeles, Calif. 



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First Row: John P. Booker, Jr., Winston-Salem; Charles A. Borda, Philadelphia, Penn.; R. Seth Bostic, Charlotte; Wil- 
liam Chivous Bostic, Forest City; Larry Francis Botto, Bradenton, Fla.; Henry Bowers, Mountain Home; John Lawrey 
Bowersox, Midway Park; Howard Carlyle Bowie, Jr., Henderson; Francis Norman Bowles, Jr., Durham; Hugh M. 
Boyer, Charlotte. 

Second Row: William Rodney Bradshaw, Bakersfield, Calif.; Robert Griffin Brame, Wendell; Wade Melbry Brannan, 
Dunn; Charles Hart Brewer, Oxford; Charles Iceman Bridger, Bladenboro; Charles Howard Bridges, Ellerbe; James 
Elliott Bridgman, Roanoke Rapids; Eugene Foster Brigham, Augusta, Ga.; Zeb Creighton Brinston, Tarboro; George 
Milton Britt, Tarboro. 

Third Row: Bryan Broadfoot, Jr., Black Mountain; James Moses Brock, Farmington; Aubrey Wilbur Bronstein, Kin- 
ston; Baylus Cade Brooks, Fayetteville; Howard Chalk Broughton, Hertford; Barclay Brown, Wilmington; Carl Baxter 
Brown, Wilmington; Edward Bland Brown, Jr., Fuquay Springs; George Clarence Brown, Kannapolis; James Wil- 
liamson Brown, Jr., Yanceyville. 

Fourth Row: Robert Harry Brown, Morganton; Verona I. Brown, High Point; Roland Everett Bruce, Jr., Charlotte; 
Stanley William Bryant, Huntersville; Francis Alexander Buchanan, Sylva; Robert Lynn Buckner, Chapel Hill; Robert 
Gaston Burgin, Lincolnton; Edgar Mouroe Burkette, Jefferson; Howard Franklin Burns, Southern Pines; James Moss 
Burns, Wilmington. 

Fifth Row: Joe Frank Butler, Bladenboro; June Stone Byrd, Chapel Hill; Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr., Goldsboro; John Neal 
Cadieu, Jr., Rockingham; Conrad Wayne Gates, Greensbo.o; John Robert Cauble, Salisbury; John Cazin, Jr., Beech 
Bottom, W. Va.; Paul Willis Caldwell, Jr., Morganton; Lyle L. Campbell, St. Marys, W. Va. ; Monroe Columbus 
Campbell, Wilson. 

Sixth Row: Elliott Lee Cannon, Durham; Bradford C. Cantwell, Wilmington; Bruce David Cantwell, Kingstree, S. C; 
Charles Keithley Capps, Essex; Christopher Avery Carpenter, Monks Corner, S. C. ; Roger Alton Carr, Plymouth; 
Tommie Carraway, Snow Hill; John Willard Chaffee, Huntington W. Va. ; Lewis R. Chapman, Union, N. J.; Oscar 
Bridger Charles, Bladenboro. 



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First Row: Joseph Blount Cherry, Windsor; Lee Andrew Clark, Everetts; Francis Osborne Clarkson, Jr., Charlotte; 
Charles Mclver Clayton, Wilson ; Peter Charles Clewis, Tampa, Fla. ; Dempsey Brown Clinard, Jr., Winstun-Salem; 
James F. Cloniger, Gastonia; George Hal Coble, Monroe; Sanford A. Cockrell, Nashville; Irvin Marvin Cohen, Lin- 
colnton. 

Second Row: Alfred Franklin Cole, Jr., Raeford; Willie Robert Cole, Thelma; David L. Collins, Wilson; James E. 
Collins, Winston-Salem; William Everett Congleton, Beaufort; James Rector Connelly, Morganton; James Halbert 
Conoly, Philadelphia, Penn. ; James Oswald Cook, Jr., Boone; Luke Robinson Corbett, West End; Weldon Gilbert 
Corbett, Spring Hope. 

Third Row: Edward Maurice Cordell, Union, S. C; Roy Clinton Corderman, Jr., Winston-Salem; Abner Milton Corn- 
well, Lincolnton; Gene Surles Corpening, Granite Falls; Michael Rodney Gotten, Belleville, N. J.; Fred Moore Councill, 
Boone; Edwin Leland Cox, Jr., Greensboro; Vesper Cox, Sanford; Thomas Chatterton Coxe, III, Darlington, S. C. ; 
Joe Billy Craig, Cherryville. 

Fourth Row: Porcius F. Crank, Jr., Point Harbor; Madge Elizabeth Crawford, Chapel Hill; Milo Abercrombie Craw- 
ford, Chapel Hill; Philip Robert Cree, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Ted Rand Creech, Wendell; William Henry Creech, III, 
Selma; Robert M. Creed, Fayetteville ; William L. Creef, South Norfolk, Va. ; James Gordon Cress, High Point ; Charles 
William Crone, Goldsboro. 

Fifth Row: Paul Farrar Crowson, Liberty; Paul J. Cuba, Jr., New Castle, Penn.; Harvey Andrews Culpepper, Jr., Rocky 
Mount; James Joseph Curran, Jr., Reidsville; John Brent Currin, Oxford; A. Holland Curtis, Jr., Chapel Hill; William 
Reynolds Cuthbertson, Jr., Charlotte; Claude Wiley Dampier, Durham; Edward James Dalgleish, Pottstown, Penn.; 
Donald Elmer Daniel, Wilson. 

Sixth Row: Hallet Daniels, Colerain ; William Adams Darden, Stantonsburg ; David William Darr, Winston-Salem 
James Krozer Daugherty, Baltimore, Md. ; John Thomas Davenport, Sanford; Richard Kelly Davenport, Jr., High Point 
William Franklin Davenport, Winston-Salem; Robert William Davidson, Mooresville; Daniel Whitaker Davis. Andrews 
Don Burton Davis, Milton. 




Class 



rim Run: William Lee Dawkins, Gary; Marx Hugh Deal, Rockingham; Cecil Thomas Deans, Raleigh; Bryan Bakke 
Dear, Jersey City, N. J.; John Denham, Washington, D. C; Harry Leigh Derby, III, Greensboro; Marsden B. deRosset, 
Fayetteville; Frederick Pickett Carter, Winston-Salem; Mike Chilton Carver, Morristown, Tenn.; Leslie Berkley Car- 
wile, Jr., Wilson. 

Second Ron: Freddie Gray Cash, Jr., Apex; Theodore Gilmer Chandler, Broadway; John W. Chaffee, Huntington, W. 
Va.; Thomas Ashford DeVane, Jr., Fayetteville; Walter Edward Deyton, Spruce Pine; James Albert Dick, Mebane; 
Franklin E. Dickerson, Durham; Greggs Cameron Dickson, Garner; Roy Shields Dickson, Salisbury; Jack Donald Dillon, 
Greensboro. 

Third Row: Edwin Harrison Dixon, Monroe; Godfrey Eruin Dixon, Robersonville ; Tyson Yates Dobson, Jr., Beulaville 
James Thomas Dorman, Durham; John Johnson Dortch, Camaguey, Cuba; Robert Leake Dortch, Jr., Scott, Arkansas 
Jack Thomas Dossett, Durham; James Ersil Dotson, Williamson, W. Va.; Charles Moore Draughn, Jr., Wilson 
Lowell Manning Dryzer, Greensboro. 

Fourth Row: Charles Council Dudley, Jr., Huntersville ; Presley Zachary Dunn, Jr., Rocky Mount; Richard Patrick 
Dunnagan, Raleigh; Charles Raymond Duval, Fallston; Thomas Edward Duval, Jacksonville, Fla. ; Cyrus Parsons Earn- 
hardt, Jr., Monroe; James Frank Easterling, Rocky Mount; Frank John Eckert. Union, N. J.; David G. Edens, Lumber- 
ton; Enoch Hiram Edgerton, Pikerville. 

Fijlh Row: Aaron Caswell Edmundson, Pikerville; John Ray Edmundson, Goldsboro; William Clyde Edwards, Raleigh; 
Rhoid Lester Efird, Mocksville; Lawrence Edgerton, Greensboro; Janet Selle Ellington, Carrboro; Myron Hugh Ennis, 
Goldsboro; Thomas Elmer Ennis, Salisbury; Harris Lane Evans, Henderson; James Daniel Evans, Goldsboro. 

Sixth Row: Robert Mayer Evans, Durham; Wayne Lee Everhart, Lexington; Sidney M. Farabow, Oxford; Barry Morton 
Farber, Greensboro; James Stephenson Farthing, Dunn; John Jethro Ferebee, Shawboro; Charles P. Ferguson, Jr., Red- 
jacket, W. Va.; Phyllis Mary Ferguson, Chapel Hill; Jack Clifton Fields, Greensboro; Clarence Graham Fisher, Clin- 
ton. 




Freshman 







First Row: Clyde Ezekiel Fisher, Asheville; Henry Colemaa Fisher, Jr., Asheville; Lester Jerry Fisher, Statesville; 
Thomas Woolen Fitzgerald, Scranton, Penn.; John Etchells Flood, Jr., Sanford, Maine; Howard Simpson Fogleman, 
Jr., Burlington ; William Charlton Foil, Winston-Salem ; John Worth Foust, Lexington ; Robert Long Foust, Graham ; 
Charles Worth Fowler, Caracas, Venezuela. 

Second Row: Harry Devoe Fowler, Rocky Mount; Jordan Joseph Frassineti, Southern Pines; Henderson Stovall Frazier, 
Norfolk, Va.; Arthur Carlton Frederick, Goldsboro; George Walter Freeman, Marshall; George Kirby Freeman, Jr., 
Raleigh; Arthur Kurt Freimuth, Pottstown, Penn.; John Wesley Frick, Coward, S. C. ; William Glenn Friddle, Jr., High 
Point; Jacob Henry Froelich, Jr., High Point. 

Third Row: Ray Frye, Kannapolis; William Hunt Fulwiler, Atlanta, Ga.; William Richard Furches, Winston-Salem; 
Walter Thomas Furlong, Wilson; James Parker Gaines, Charlotte; Mike Galrfianakis, Jr., Durham; Edmund Ravenel 
Gant, Burlington; Bobby Thomas Gardner, Gibsonville; Harry Garland, Linville. 

Fourth Row: Freedy Lee Gardner, High Point; Barbara Bennett Garrett, Chapel Hill; Charles Roscoe Garrett, Fort Bragg; 
William Barnette Garrison, Gastonia; Roy William Giles, Marion; Joseph Duane Gilliam, Thomasville; Norman Aubrey 
Gillis, Jr., Greensboro; Sheldon Gladstein, Durham; William Ray Godfrey, Forest Citj'; Marion McCall Godwin, Kenly; 
Herman James Goldstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fifth Row: Ralph Max Goldstein, Wilmington; Robert Edward Goodman, El Paso, Texas; Clyde Richard Gore, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. ; F. Lee Gore, Zephyrhills, Fla. ; Reuben Paul Gouhley, High Point; John Ashmore Gower, Raleigh; Ber- 
nard Mayer Gradman, Asheville; William Edgar Graham, Jackson Springs; Harry Marks Graves, Jacksonville, Fla.; 
Joseph James Gray, Jr., Wilmington. 

Sixth Row: Oliver James Gray, Amagansett, N. Y.; Henry L. Green, Clyde; Julian Baker Green, Tarboro; Jack Phillip 
Greene, Cary; Kenneth Strong Greene, Charlotte; Carson Greenwood, Aldan, Penn.; James Wilmer Gregory, Jr., 
Candler; James W. P. Gregory, Jr., Candler; Spencer Gregory, Raleigh; James Curry Grimes, Thomasville. 



Class 









First Row: Shepherd Russell Grist, Washington; Charles Emmett GuUedge, Jr.; Leonard Julius Guyes, Greensboro; 
Fred Lee Hale, Henderson; James Osborne Hale, Winston-Salem; Quentin Warren Hall, Erwin; Ernest Allen Ham, 
Greensboro; Robert Graham Hamer, Jr., Winston-Salem; Archie Etheridge Hamil, Jr., Goldsboro; Joe H. Hamilton, 
Durham. 

Second Row: Oliver Wendell Hamilton, Jr., Jamesville; James Lloyd Hamlin, Asheville; Gordon Grice Hamrick, Shelby; 
Roland Marks Hamrick, Jr., Shelby; Charles Ralph Harbinson, Jr., Lexington; Robert Norman Harden, Jr., Greens- 
boro; Francis Edwin Hardison, Washington, D. C. ; Shahen Haroutunian, Teheran, Iran; Robert King Harpe, Asheville; 
William Norwood Harrell, Burgaw. 

Third Row: James Crockett Harris, Warrenton; Walter Jason Harris, St. Cloud, Fla.; Richard Pudley Hart, Asheville; Bill 
Harvey, Hendersonville ; James Lawrence Harvey, Raleigh; Robert Avera Hattaway, Greensboro; Reid Walker Harris, 
Brunswick, Ga. ; Bennett Allen Hayes, Durham; James William Hayes, III, Wilson; William Orndoff Headlee, Ashe- 
ville. 

Fourth Row: William Mitchell Heeden, Goldsboro ; Robert J. Heiman, Little Rock, Arkansas ; James McDaniel Held- 
man, Jr., Durham ; Samuel Herndon Helton, Mount Holly ; Crockett Carl Hendricks, Brevard ; Robert Glenn Hendricks, 
Lexington ; Rucker Sterlyn Hennis, Winston-Salem ; Darius B. Herring, Jr., Aberdeen ; Mark Hodges Herring, Seven 
Springs; Millard Mial Heyward, Goldsboro. 

Fijth Row: Clawson Albert Hicks, Raleigh; Charles Alderman Highsmith, Greensboro; Henry Alton Hight, Jr., San- 
ford; Robert Stubbs Hight, Henderson; Clifford Russell Hill, Thomasville; Karl Neimann Hill, Jr., Charlotte; Buford 
Hamilton Hines, Jr., Winston-Salem; Thomas Riley Hinson, Albemarle; James Sears Hix, Jr., Thomasville; Harry Mar- 
cellus Hobbs, Jr., Charlotte. 

Sixth Row: Howard Berkeley Hodges, Jr., Alexandria, Va.; William Hendon Hogshead, Jr., Greensboro; Garland 
Eugene Hoke, Lenoir; James White Holland, Dallas; Richard Brandson Holland, Raleigh; William Gaston Holland, 
Dallas ; Edward Graham HoUoway, Lenoir ; William Coffoch Holton, Chevy Chase, Md.; William McClure Hooke, 
Greensboro; Sidney Francis Hoots, Winston-Salem. 



Freshman 



First Roir: Aubrey Ramseur Hoover, Concord; Willard A. Horde, Morganton; Charles Edward Hornaday, Southern Pines; 
Norman Page Hornaday, Sanford; Homer Hilliard Horton, Wendell; James Heathman Horton, Salisbury; James Albert 
House, Jr., Hobgood ; Wesley Havill Houser, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Howard David Caldwell, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Ken- 
neth Felton Howard, Dunn. 

Second Roic: William N. Howard, Raleigh; Earl Graham Howell, Elm City; William Gobbel Howell, Goldsboro; Ralph 
Vincent Huband, Jr., Wilmington; Harry Lindy Hudson, Connelly Springs; William Bennett Humphries, Roxboro; Wil- 
liam Harold Hunsucker, Ellerbe; Chester Arnold Hunt, Stantonsburg; Robert Sherrill Hunt, Henderson; Carey Johnson 
Hunter, Raleigh. 

Third Row: Olin Reid Hunter, HuntersviUe; David Collins Huntley, Lenoir; Herman Harry Huntley, Wadesboro; 
James Kenneth Hurlacker, Kannapolis; John Huske, Jr., Fiyetteville; Henry Griggs HutafF, Dunn; D. Alexander Hutch- 
inson, Jr., Elizabethtown ; Robert Elwyn Hutchinson, Rockingham; George Norman Hutton, Hickory; Claudius Addison 
Irby, Roanoke Rapids. 

Fo»f//j i?o«'/ Lewis Malcolm Isley, Haw River ; John Charles Ivey, East Rockingham; Betty Sue Jacobs, Chapel Hill; 
Richard Norce Jacobson, New York, N. Y. ; Benjamin E. James, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. ; Charles Douglas Jeffreys, Dur- 
ham; Sam Jenkins, Jr., Walstonburg ; Roger Adams Jennings, Jr., Greensboro; Caul Robinson Jernigan, Erwin; Allen 
Monroe Johnson, Mebane. 

Fifth Row: Charles Henry Johnson, Clayton; Charles Manning Johnson, Biscoe; Fritz Kreisler Johnson, Durham; Hal 
Ray Johnson, Mebane ; James Matthew Johnston, Pueblo, Colorado ; Monroe Garland Johnson, Spindale ; Robert Leon 
Johnson, Lake Wales, Fla.; Robert William Johnson, Reidsville; Samuel Brown Jolly, Jr., Wilmington; Aaron Jay Jones, 
New York, N. Y. 

Sixth Row: Dean Cicero Jones, Jefferson ; Paul Martin Jones, Asheville ; Robert Alfred Jones, Valdese ; Ronald Bernal 
Jones, Fayetteville ; Jord Hampton Jordan, Jr., Charlotte; Ralph Benton Jordan, Sanford; Robert Calhoun Jordan, 
Edenton; Robert Percy Joyce, Jr., New Bern; William Clifford Joyner, Louisburg; Sherman Oscar Julian, Jr., Kan- 
napolis. 




Class 



First Ron:- William Leonard Kaplan, Raleigh; William Lewis Karesh, Greensboro; Ned Spencer Kearns, Lexington; 
Guilford Ray Keeter, Jr., Cramerton; Jacob Charles Keller, Gastonia; David Armstrong Kelly, Culpeper, Va. ; William 
Stamey Kelly, Statesville; William Kelso, Newark, N. J. ; Wayne Dewitt Kennedy, Wilmington ; Steve R. Kenney, Raleigh 

Second Row: William Sterling Kenyon, Charlotte; John Pitkin Kimberly, Bluff; Solomon Pincus Kimerling, Birmingham, 
Ala.; Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Chapel Hill; Julian Baxter King, Winston-Salem; Dudley Ashe Kinsey, Manchester; 
Thomas Whyte Kirkland, Durham; David Russell Kiser, Lincolnton; Adam Mark Kissiah, Charlotte; William Hirsch 
Kittner, Weldon. 

Third Row: Thomas Henry Knott, Kinston; Frank Krauss, III, Mmeral Springs; Henry Rowland Kritzer, Hagerstown, 
Md.; Robert Lawrence Kurtz, Charlotte; Edward Medley Ladd, Fort Worth, Texas ; William Valantine Ladford, Greens- 
boro; William Reid Lambert, Biscoe; Charles Brooks, Langston, Henderson; James Richard Langston, Winterville; John 
Robert Langston, Four Oaks. 

Fourth Row: Lewis Sellers Lawrence, Falkland; Henry Neill Lee, Lumberton ; Junius Russell Lee, Four Oaks; Robert 
Emmett Lee, Monroe; Russell Benton Lee, Jr., Kannapolis; Thomas James Lee, Monroe; James Turner Leeson, Jr.. Rocky 
Mount; Francis Ro.scoe Lennon. Asheboro; Maurice Dean Leverette, Fayetteville; Allison Luther Lew^is. Daytona Beach, 
Fla. 

Fijth Ron-: Rae Marlin Litaker, Concord; Robert Benton Litton, Shelby; George Warthen Lofquist, Asheville; William 
Lunn London, IV, Pittsboro; Carlton Wesley Long, Greensboro; John Fletcher Long, Jr., Statesville; Thornton McKen- 
dree Long, Winston-Salem; Glenn Roland Looney, Biltmore ; Marvin Dallas Lovins, Lenoir; Wilburn James Lowe, Can- 
ton. 

S/xlh Raw: Edgar Love, III, Lincolnton; Robert Lee Lovick, Jr.. Norfolk, Va.; William Earl Lovick, Norfolk, Va.; Wil- 
liam Horace Lewder, Albemarle; Fred M. Lurie, Belmont, Mass.; Thomas Calvin McAden, Charlotte; Jimmy Lee Mc- 
Allister, Mount Pleasant; William Durland McCaslin, Pittsburgh, Penn. ; Robie Wayne McCellan, Lincolnton; Otis Rob- 
erts McCollum, Reidsville. 








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Through the generosity of a stranger, Andrew Carnegie, the familiar 
gray pressed brick building, known as Hill Hall, was built in 1907. 
For the next twenty years Hill served the University admirably as a 
library until in the late twenties, the rapid growth of the graduate 
school and of the collection of books made it necessary for larger 
quarters to be built. A gift of the John Sprunt Hill family enabled the 
University to install a hne organ and add an auditorium with a seat- 
ing capacity of eight hundred. The renovation completed in 19.^0, 




GLEN HAYDOIV 
Head of Music Department 




Paul \oung of Glee Club fame 



Under Dr. Schinhan's guidance some day she'll fill 
the hall. 



the building was ready for the music department 
whose home it has been for the last twent)' years. 

Although the music students are those who benefit 
most from this building, every individual who has a 
love for music is touched for there are many musical 
programs open to the public, and it is the center for 
the music on this campus. 




According to Edgar Alden it was Mozart 




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Freshman 




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Fin/ Row: Donald Elmer McDonald, Logan, W. Va.; Earl Blue McDonald, Carthage; Malcolm Theodore McDonald, 
Arlington, Va. ; Edward Grafton McGavran, Jr., Chapel Hill; Julian Murrill McGee, Jr., Greensboro; Robert Theodore 
McGimsey, Lenoir; James Herbert Mclntyre, Ellerbe; William P. McKay, Jr.. Fayetteville; Rodney Leonard McKnight. 
Charlotte; William Woodard McLendon, Greensboro. 

Second Row: James William McLeod, Aberdeen; Nathaniel Fugua Magruder, Sarasota, Fla.; Joseph Earl Mahaffee, 
Valdese; William Henry Mallison, Rocky Mount; Harvey W. Marcus, Wilmington; George Lister Markham, Elizabeth 
City; Reuben Bunyan Marlowe, Tabor City; William Anderson Marlowe. Jr., Walstonburg; Robert Lee Marks. Reids- 
ville; Luther A. Marsh, Thomasville. 

Third Ron-: Franklin King Marshburn, Charlotte; James Robert Martm, AsheviUe; Roy Eugene Martin, Spring Creek; 
John Gerald Massengill, Goldsboro; William Henry Massey, Jr., Princeton; Thomas Herbert Mathews, Townesville; 
Joseph Stacy Matthews, Raleigh; Leslie Avon Matthews, Angin; Randolph Alfred Matthews. Oxford; William M. Mat- 
thews, Raleigh. 

Fourth Roll: James Harold Matthis, Warsaw; Benjamin Gray Mattox, Jr., Smithfield; Kenneth Lunceford Mattox, Salis- 
bury; Frederick R. Mauney, Shelby; Glenn Howard May, Asheville; Harry Robert May. Jersey City, N. J.; Wilbur Barry 
Medlin, Jr., Sanford; Robert Bruce Melton, Marion; Donald Myron Mendel, Atlanta, Ga.; Leslie Gray Merritt, Greens- 
boro. 

Fifth Rotr: Ralph Richard Messick, Beverly, N. J.; James CKiyton Metts, Savannah, Ga.; Ray Thomas Midyette, Ashe- 
viUe, Andrew John Miketa, Baden, Penn.; David Earl Milholen, Cooleemee; Allan Francis Milledge, Miami, Fla.; 
Andrew Cleveland Miller, Shelby; Clarence David Miller, Charlotte; George W. Miller, Jr., Spencer; John Clifton Miller, 
Winston-Salem. 

Sixth Row: Fred Carl Mills, Jr., Henderson; Cecil Jerome Milton, Albemarle; Haywood Ingram Mitchell, Princeton; 
Henry Vance Modlin, Goldsboro; Ira Gladstone Montague, Jr., Goldsboro; James Renn Montgomery, Durham; A. David 
Moore, Burlington; Norman Lee Moore, Charlotte; Sam W. Moore. Burlington; Ted Adam Moore, Linwood 



Class 




Fnil Rou: Wade Lee Mooie, Wilson; Steward Lee Mooring, La Grange; Bernard Brown Moreland, Greensboro; Dil- 
lard Grady Moretz, Jr., Boone; Owen Otho Morgan, Jr., Raleigh; William Hunter Morgan, Sunbury; Thomas Reddin 
Morris, Kenly ; Winslow Bradford Morton, Washington; Vernon Bass Mountcastle, Jr., Reading, Penn.; Thomas Edward 
Murdock, Asheville. 

SeconJ Rou: Norma Adelaide Neville. Chapel Hill; Roderick Maclatchie Nicol, Salisbury; Edward C. Norris, Asheville; 
William Vincent Norris, Oxford; Robert L. Nowell, Jr., Wendell; Joseph William O'Brien, Jr.. Portsmouth, Va.; George 
Thomas Oliver, Greensboro; Roy Elbert Onley, Elizabeth City; John William Ormand, Jr., Monroe; Charles Bishop 
Owen, Roseboro. 

Third Roic: Earl Welborne Owen, Greensboro; Roscoe Harold Owen, Lexington; Claudius Lorenzo Owens, Fountain; 
William M. Ownbey, Greensboro; Albert Michael Pacifici, Jr., Ailington, Mass.; Franklin Grady Pack, Hickory; Paul 
Morgan Page. Whiteville; Robert Praughn Page. Rocky Mount; Horace William Palmer, Rocky Mount; Herman Stuart 
Parker, II, Smithfield. 

fo;/r//3 Ro«v Roy Parker, Jr., Ahoskic; William Hoyle Parks, Lexington; Robert Watkins Parlier, Hillsboro; William 
Roger Paschal, Biscoe ; Manly Baker Patterson, Mebane ; William Trotter Peacock, Arlington, Va. ; Richard Melton Pen- 
egar, Gastonia; Donald Bailey Perry, Wilson; Thomas Pettigrew, Asheville; James Cowles Phelps, Winston-Salem. 

Fijth Row: Chefeek Mickael Philips, Jr., Wilmington; Robert Osborne Pickard, Erie, Penn.; William Lee Pickard, Dur- 
ham; Francis Gorson Pierpont, Durham; William Henry Piner, High Point; Robert Glenn Pipkin, Jr., Statesville; Frank 
Elmer Pittman, Chapel Hill; George Leon Pittman, Selma; Sheldon Jay Plager, Long Branch, N. J.; Cecil Atkins Pless, 
Asheville. 

Sixth Rotv: Phillip Thomas Proctor, Fuquay Springs; Russell Francis Pollitz, Reading. Mass.; Billy Best Poole, Wilson; 
Charles Harris Powell. Asheville; Thomas Arthur Price. Jr.. Charlotte; William Earl Prince, Rochester, N. Y.; Joseph 
Robert Privett. Edenton ; James Dick Proctor, Whiteville; Melvin M. Proctor, Shelby ; William Thomas Pruitt, Danville, 
Va. 



Freshman 



Pint Ron: William Floyd Purvis, Oakboro; William Gordon Quarles, Wilmington; Louis Rabil, Weldon; John F. Raker, 
Lexington; William Goodyear Rand, Carlisle, Penn. ; William G. Ransdell, Varina; Robert A. Raskin, Tarboro; Curtis 
J. Ratledge, Guilford College; Guy W. Rawles, Raleigh; Thomas D. Ray, Lillington. 

Seconti Roit: Thomas M. Ray, Waynesville; Page P. Reavis, Henderson; William F. Redding, III, Asheboro; William 
V. Reeves, Sparta; James C. Repass, Durham; Jim S. Reuning, Bristol. Va. ; John S. Reuther, Darien. Conn.; Thomas 
M. Ray, Waynesville; Bruce A, Reynolds, Elizabeth City; Tommy Rezzute, AsheviUe. 

Third Row: William W. Rhoades, AsheviUe; Homer H. Richards, Charlotte; Ellis A. Riddle, Jr., Concord; John W. 
Riddle, Gastonia; Burton J. Rights, Winston-Salem; Tad T. Riley, Pottstown, Penn.; Henry Z. Robbins, Durham; Wil- 
liam M. Robbins, Charlotte; William D, Roberson, Charlotte; Harold P. Roberts, Sanford. 

Fourth Rou: Wayne B. Roberts, Mt. Olive; George A. Robinson, Canton; John H. Robinson, Jr., Salisbury; Ivey G. 
Rogers, Dobson; Arden C. Rollins, Fuquay Springs; James W. Rose, Benson ; Virginia Sue Rosemond, Hillsboro ; Richard 
S. Rosen, Miami Beach, Fla.; Elizabeth Ann Ross, Jacksonville, Fla.; John W. Ross, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 

Fifth Row: Paul A. Roth, AsheviUe; James R. Rourk, Myrtle Beach, S. C. ; Leslie H. Row, Alamance; William D. Roy- 
croft, Coats; Lawrence B. Rudisill, Lincolnton; William M. Rue, Danville, Ky. ; Dalton D. Ruffin, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 
Edward L. Ruggles, Raleigh; Howard J. Runnion, AsheviUe; Billie J. Rusmisell, Morganton. 

Sixth Row: James R. Russell, Lexington; James C. Ryan, Sylva; Ben Sadler, Greensboro; George P. SafFe, Wilmington; 
William M. Sanders, Raleigh; Manley R. Sanderson, Rosehill; Oliver L. Sapp, Reynolda ; Robert Sapp, Reynolda; John 
Marshall Sasser, Smithfield ; Irwin E. Sawitz, Hamlet. 




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First Roil': Blackwell Sawyer, Jr., Toms River, N. J.; QuiriQ' Jackson Scarborough, Fayetteville; Conrad Frederic Sch- 
neider, II, Palmyra, Penn.; Herman P. Schultz, Hendersonville; Frank Garrett Scott, III, Orange, Va.; James Fentress 
Seagroves, New Hill; Talbot Rayle Selby, Dudley; Robert William Sheek, Jr., Winston-Salem; Dannie Calvin Sheffield, 
Carthage; Gordon Mauser Shermer, Winston-Salem. 

Second Row: Ernest Randolph Shives, Lincolnton; Charles Roger Shore, Kernersville ; William Marcus Short, Greensboro; 
Robert McPhail Shuman, Charlotte; Joel Herbert Siegel, Salisbury; Baird Brooks Sills, Winston-Salem; David Alex- 
ander Simpson, Monroe ; Lewis Alexander Sikes, Tabor Cit^' ; William Waldo Skeen, Biscoe; John Calvin Slemp, Jr., 
Wynnewood, Penn. 

Third Row: Dorothy Ann Sloan, Chapel Hill; Thomas H. Sloan, Winston-Salem; Charles Buxton Small, Elizabeth City; 
Carson Lewis Smeltzer, Chapel Hill; Earl Brantley Smith, Jr., Raleigh; Edward Carrington Smith, Jr., Chapel Hill; 
Edwin Bretney Smith, Asheville; Eugene Dalton Smith, Statesville; George Duffield Smith, Jr., Dallas, Texas; George 
Lafayette Smith, Raleigh. 

Fourth Row: Gerald Lester Smith, Jacksonville, Fla.; Joseph Ronald Smith, Lexington; Lloyd Bell Smith, Jr., Lenoir; 
Robert Gerald Smith. Newberry, S. C; Stanley Thompson Smith, Kinston ; William Thomas Smith, Jr.. Charlotte; John 
Smitherman, Winston-Salem; John A Smitherman, Winston-Salem; Robert A. Smitherman, Winston-Salem; Marcus 
Francis Snoddy, Rockingham. 

Fijth Row: Henry Vaughn Spainhour. Rural Hall; Ned Williams Spearman. Magnolia; Robert Eudean Spencer, Liberty; 

Richard Clyde Spivey, Raleigh ; Carl Ralph Spruill, Elizabeth City ; Marvin McCless Spruill, Hampstead ; Thomas 

Francis Stamer, Wilkes-Barre, Penn.; Thomas Hilliard Staton, Hendersonville; Jack H. Steed, High Point; Thomas 
Warwick Steed, Jr., Raleigh. 

Sixth Row: Jerry V. Sternberg, Asheville; George Myers Stephens, Jr., Asheville; Henry Louis Stephenson, Jr., Smith- 
field; Robert Earl Stephenson, Holly Springs; Thomas Brock Stevens, Smithfield; Robert Lee Stewart. Greensboro; James 
Ward Stickney, Asheville; Ernest Franklin Stine, Hickory; Mack Carlton Stocks. Greenville; Thomas Dodds Stokes, Jr., 
Lexington. 




Freshman 




First Rou: Alleus Hugh Stone, Chapel Hill; Jack Wesley Stone, Jr., Charlotte; John L. Stone, Bailey; Maynard Elwood 
Stowe, Hatterasnn; Robert Louis Strickland, Asheboro; Thomas Edward Strickland, Goldsboro; Lewis Castlenan Strudwick, 
Salisbury; Karl Dane Stuart, Raleigh; Harris Alexander Sturgess, Jr., Rocky Mount; John Vernon Suitt, Durham. 

Second Row: Ronald Falls Sullivan, High Point; Donald F. Sutphen, East Orange, N. J.; James Albert Sutton, Wilming- 
ton; Michael Swaim, Julian; Theodore Shelby Swanson, Hendersonville; Cornells Maarten Swart, Wilmington; Henry 
Arthur Swicegood, Lexington; William Walker Swink, Concord; Charles Ralph Sykes, High Point; Robert E. Sykes, 
Stockton, Calif. 

Third Row: Norman Lewis Tapp, Roxboro; Joe Edward Tarlton, Rutherfordton ; Charles Eugene Tate, Greensboro; Henry 
Allen Tate, Gaffney, S. C. ; Jack Faxon Tate, Mt. Airy; Clarence Webb Tatum, Winston-Salem; John Gotten Tayloe, Jr., 
Washington; David Clio Taylor, Bladenboro; Kenneth Ray Taylor. Faison; Roland Lindsey Taylor, Tarboro. 

Fourth Row: William Rcbert Taylor, Jr., Goldsboro; William Granger Teachey, High Point; Hal Edward Teague, 
Morganton ; Hubert Otto Teer, Jr., Durham; Herbert Teichman, Winston-Salem; Jesse Thomas Terrell, Yanceyville; 
Joseph Lawson Scott Terrell, Raleigh; Larry Parks Thomas, Winston-Salem; Robert Eirwin Thomas. Oxford; William 
James Thomas, Durham. 

Fifth Row: Charles Robert Thompson, Jr., Greenville, S. C. ; James Vernon Thompson, Raleigh; James Richard Thomp- 
son; Hendersonville; Jerome C. Thompson, High Point; Walter A. Thompson, Burlington; Samuel Thomas Thorne, Jr.. 
Charlotte; Donald Vance Thurber, High Point; Walter Thomas Tice, Jr.. High Point; David Ronald Tilley, Fuquay 
Springs; William Spencer Tilley, Raleigh. 

Sixth Row: Thomas Harrison Tisdale, Asheville; Thomas Wilburn Tolbert, III, Macon, Ga.; Hubert Glenn Tolson, New 
Bern; Charles Wyse Trent, III, Reidsville; Raymond Earl Trice, Durham; Clarence Hughes Truckner, Durham; Gaillard 
Octerleay Tuck, Louisville, Ky. ; George Reginald Tucker, Jr., Hertford; Clealus Franklin Tullnch. Leaksville; Herbert 
Carl Turner, Waynesville. 



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Fim Row: Fred Arthur Tyndall, Jr., Goldsboro; John Williamson Underwood, Southern Pines; Robert McLean Upton, 
Ventnor, N. J.; Frank Marion Utiey, Sanford; Hale Baxter Van Hoy, Walkertown ; Cornelius Monroe Vanstory, Greens- 
boro; Jeanne U. Vashaw, Chapel Hill; Vernon Galphin Vaughan, Jr., Henderson; Jasper Robert Veasey, Fuquay 
Springs; Ralph David Waddell, Jr., Concord. 

Second Row: John Weshey Wagner, Cramerton; Murphy Thomas Wagner, Jr., Durham; James Smith Wagoner, Gra- 
ham; John Thomas Wall, Burlington; Lacy W. Walters, Fuquay Springs; Frank Alphonso Ward, Durham; Harold 
Notvin Ward, Asheville; William Jennings Ward, Hendersonville; Beverly Snec-d Warner, Roanoke, Va.; Oliver Tim- 
berlake Watkins, Wilmington. 

Third Row: Malcolm W. Watson, Red Springs; John F. Weaver, Statesville; Paul L. Weaver, Jr., Wilmington; Dennis 
Rtid Webb, Cliffside; Raymond Weems. Winston-Salem; James Alfred Wellons, Smithfield ; James Clarence Wellons, 
Jr., Selma; Richard Halliburton Wells, Spring Hope; Edsel Frank Whaley, Elizabeth City; Donald Eugene Whicker, 
Kernersville. 

Fourth Rote: Howard Eugene Whisnant, Gastonia; William Richard Whisnant, Shelby; David Arthur White, Silver 
Spring, Md.; Oscar McMullan White, Elizabeth City; Ralph Clellan White, Henderson; Romas Templeton White, 
Charlotte; William Glenn White, Jr., Winston-Salem; William Wallace White, Manson; Thomas Alva Whitley; 
Portsmouth, Va.; Thomas Sloan Whitlock, Winston-Salem. 

Fijth Row: Tolbcrt M. Whittington, Jr., North Wilkesboro; Hoyle Lusk Wilkes, Monroe; Robert Bruce Wilkins, Linden; 
James H. Wilkinson, Concord; Bill Albert Williams, Granite Falls; Glenwood Lee Williams, Godwin; Horace Edwin 
Williams, Seven Springs; Lattie Oliver Williams, Warsaw; Mary Deanc Williams, Chapel Hill; Thomas Avent Wil- 
liams, Battleboro. 

Sixth Row: Woodward White Williams, Jr., Columbia, S. C; Fred Kent Williamson, Asheville; Claude Roberson Wil- 
son, Robersonville; Maurice Henry Wilson, Jr., Charlotte; Robert Sessoms Wilson, Aberdeen; William David Wilson, 
Durham; William Thomas Wilson, Rural Hall; Jay V. Wise, Kannapolis; William Dowd Wolfe, Spencer; William 
Thomas Wolfe, Chapel Hill. 



Freshman Class 




First Rotf: Charles Fredrick Wolff, Winston-Salem; Jerry Robert Womack, Spencer; William David Woodruff, Oxford; 
David Holland Woodson, Duiham; Richmond Pearson Woodson, Salisbury; James Wilson Gibbon WooUcott, Ashe- 
ville; Robert Southerland Wooten, Jr., Kinston; James Dalton Wordsworth, Rocky Mount; Donald Wesley Wrenn, 
Durham; Clement Gillespie Wright, Greensboro. 

Second Rou: James Thad Wright, Burlington; Claude Glenn '^'ates. Jr., Lenoir; David Louis Yoos, Kannapolis; Robert 
Lee York, Jr., Waynesville; William Brantley York, Jr., Boone; Clyde Thomas Young, Carrboro; John Patrick Young, 
Raleigh; Maurice Edward Young, Bellefonte, Penn.; Nancy Carol Young, Chapel Hill; Thomas Lee Young, Lexington. 





Tea Time 
Carolina defensive eleven 
Just pucker up and bluw 



Alice in wondering land 



Mother, There I am 

This is America 

Putting up a good front 



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Tea Time 
There I was 30,000 feet 
No Cheese Please! 



Maybe hU name is Willie Green 
Getting lessons on the Good nite KISS 



Now Pranrer . . . Now Dancer . . . 

I'd like to get on a slow boat to China 

Bound and Gagged 



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Tea Time 

Looks like a new Nash 

Even the drink is drunk 

Is ya, or ain't ya gonna pledge! 



Getting Pie Eyed 



Where's a guy sleep these dayg . . 



Which one has the Toni? 
He didn't get that nose roulin' for Dook! 



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If you can't go to Heaven 
Monday morning Coeds 



And can you? 

I am only three and half years old . . . 

Mommy . . . Take it away . . . I'll be good 



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Tea Time 



Getting ready to go lo the lions 
Some shall be industrious . . , 



War Story, the Phi Dell wa> 
Some shall be productive • • 



Ladies of W. C. T. V. 

Sonic shall be happy . . . 

Off for a weeiv-end Trip 

And some shall just be . , 



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Tea Time 

Will he or won't he . . . Tune in next year 

Our Dream Boat 

rd like to have seen you pass it 



Find the Import 
Now for Fridav . . . we have 



Where is Bill Robertson? 



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Tea Time 
Huggin!> as in Hard Wear 
CHARLEEN THE Ql'EEN 



What's behind all this 

There are smiles that make vou pledges 

Dear Alice, I met a Coed and . . . 



You looked flushed . . . who pulled vour 
chain? 



Where is the little girls" room? 



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Tea Time 

Inquiring Photographer 

A course in Arboretum 21 



What should I do now? 
Come to me my melancholy baby 



What the Indian said to the Mermaid 

Where is my rear view mirror? 

After Tea Time 




DEAN M. L. JACOBS 



The Schoo 
of Pharmacy 

The School of Pharmacy, with its usual number of "lost" freshmen and 
an overrunning list of hopeful seniors, opened its doors to the 1948-1949 
year with an enrollment of 225 students. Orientation of the new students 
got under way with a buffet dinner in the Pharmacy buildmg, but not until 
after the two frats had had the usual battle of "rush v/eek" did they get the 
true spirit of Pharmacy School. 

Football season, the dances, and the Pharmacy Girls' annual Christ- 
mas party mingled in with the long list of labs and quizzes that came 
before exams and our heartily welcomed Christmas vacation. 

The New Year found our School settled down — freshmen discussing 
problems with Seniors-Juniors and Sophomores finding their courses more 



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difficult. The old routine was broken during the 
winter quarter with the N. C. P. A. dance and 
several social events by the fraternities, including 
the annual Phi Delta Chi dance. 

Came spring, and the battle went on — the 
battle of the books — the battle against spring mud 
(tradition, I think they call it) — the battle for 
votes in the school elections — but through all this 
the light of our annual Pharmacy week-end shone 
all over the campus. Festivities began with a picnic 
Friday afternoon and continued through two 
dances Saturday, and climaxed with the crowning 
of the "Pharmacy Queen". 

Then came June with exams, and for the 
seniors graduation with all its joys and sorrows. 
After graduation came the State Board Examina- 
tion and permanent jobs. For some of the under- 
classmen there was summer school, for others 
summer jobs for practical experience, but for all 
a well deserved rest, and big plans for next year. 

The Pharmacy School officers for this year 
were, John C. Hood, Jr., President; Harry W. 
Wilson, Vice-President; William W. Jordan, 
Secretary-Treasurer; and J. Kelly Turner, Men's 
Honor Council. 




Dr. Breclil in Dispensing Lab. 




Pharmacv Week-end 1948 




And after Graduation 



Dr. Hartung and Dr. Sememuk discuss a "neo" 
compound. 



Pharmacy Schoo 

Officers of the School: John Hood, President; Harry Wilson, Vice-President; Bill Jordan, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Kelly Turner, Men's Honor Council. 

Officers of the Fourth Year Class: Hal Hawkins, President; Daniel Rhodes, Vice-Presi- 
dent; John Rancke, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the Third Year Class: Sherwood Parrish, President; Ed Hoyle, Vice-President; 
Robert Scharff, Secretary-Treasurer; Gene Sherard, Chaplain. 

Officers of the Second Year Class: William VanValkenburgh, President; Gene Allen. 
Vice-President; William Griffin, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Officers of the First Year Class: Harry Hauss, President; Robert Fairley, Vice-President; 
Mary Frances Parsons, Secretarj'-Treasurer. 




I I) per Right (seated) : Sher- 
wood Parrish • (standing): 
Ed Ho> le. Rohert Scharff, 
<;<'iif Sherard, 

Lotcer Left: William Griffin, 
William VaiiValkenburgh. 
Cent* Allen, 

hotver Right : Mary Frances 
Parsons. Robert Fairley, 
Harrv Hauss. 



Pharmacy Senate 




First Row: Dr. E. A. Breoht, Bill Jordan, Floyd Jones, Reporter; Bob Wilson, Secretarj- -Treas- 
urer; Henry D. Smith, President; Gregory Howe, Parliamentarian; Doris Sauls, J. K. Turner, Jr., 
H. B. HaM-kins • Second Roiv: Russell L. Young, Jr., John C. Hood. Jr., W. Moss Salley, Jr., Oscar 
W. Mills, L. B. McAllister, Lloyd M. Whaley, Jimmie C. Bowers. Lloyd C. Brisson. Arthur E. Bro- 
thers • iSol Pictured: Jarvis AUigood, Walter Clodfelter. Hubert Coffee. Eugene Gallogly. Tru- 
man Huflson. Rex Paramore. Bob Phifer. Jean Snyder, Recorder: Cbristine Tunslall. Wails West. 



The Pharmacy Senate has as its purpose the stimulation of increased knowledge and 
appreciation of the profession of Pharmacy by free discussion of its various phases. 
Membership is limited to students and practitioners in the field of pharmacy. 

The Senate was organized and created at the University of North Carolina by Dr. 
E. A. Brecht, instructor of Materia Medica and Pharmaceutical 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 country. 

In addition to regular meetings held every other week, during which new drugs, 
merchandising policies, price controls, and advances in the field are discussed, the 
Senate sponsors speakers for the School of Pharmacy on subjects pertaining to the pro- 
fession. 



Past 237 



Pharmacy Schoo 



ERNEST RUFFIN ANDERSON 
High Point 

N. C. P. A. (1. 2. ,1, II 

HARLEY ONEIL BENSON 
Robbins 

Plu Delia Cht; N. C P. A. (1. 2. I). 

JIMMIE CLAXTON BOWERS 
Morganton 

kapi>r, Psi; N. C. P. A. U. 2. -i. IJ . 

JAMES HOWARD BOYLES 
Cherryvilie 



B.S. in Ph.irmat 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



B S. in Pharmacy 



JANE BRADFORD 
Greensboro 

Kho Chi; K.ippa Epsilon. Hislnrian (.11, Secrrlarv-Trea.«iirer (41; N. C. P. A. 
(2. 3, 41. Secretary (.11: Pharmaev Girls' Association <2, 3. 41; Secrelarv 
of Sophomore Class (21 : Y. W. C. A. (2, 3. 4). 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



EARLE G. CALDWELL 
Lumberton 

Rlio Chi; N. C. P. A. (1. 2. 3, 4). 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



VIRGINIA LIMBAUGH CALLAHAN 

Asheville B.S. in Pharmacy 



SAMUEL MacDONALD CAVANAUGH 

Wallace B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rhu aid; Phi D.A:a Chi; N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3. 41 ; B. S. U. (1. 2). 

HUBERT MORRIS COFFEE 

Thomasviile B.S. in Pharmacy 

N. €. P. A. (1. 2. II; Pli.,rMidcy Senate (2. 3, 11. 



WESLEY THOMAS COLLIER 
Roanoke Rapids 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COLLINS 

Weldon B.S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi; Recent (3, 41; N. C. P. A. (1. 2. 3. 11; Pn sidcnt Olil East 121. 



JAMES WILLIAM EDWARDS 
Scotland Neck 

Rho Chi; y. C. P. A. (2, 3. 4J . 



B.S. in Pha 



rmacy 




.\.\DERS()N 


BENSON 


BOWERS 


BOYLES 


BRADFORD 


CALDWELL 


CALLAHAN 


CAVANAUGH 


COFFEE 


COLLIER 


COLLWS 


EDWARDS 



Fourth Year Class 




WILLIAM GORDON FORREST 

Wintemlle B.S. in Pharmacy 

Kho Clu; Phi Del!,! Clu : N. C. P. A, (2. 3. 41. Presidenl (1). 

WINDFIELD SCOTT GARDNER 

Asheboro B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rlio Chi: ,\. C. p. A. u. 2. 3. 4). 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



SANDY DAVIS GRIFFIN 

Marshville 

N. C. p. .\. (1. 3. 3, 4). 

ROBERT BUCKNER HALL 

Mocksville B.S. in Pharmacy 

Phi Dell,, Chi. Vice-President (31, Presidenl (41; N. C. P. A. (1 2 3 41 
\ ..e.President (21; Pharmacy Senate (1. 21. President 121; Y. .\l. C. .\. 



ROBERT FRANKLIN HARRISON 

Chadbourn B.S. m Pharmacy 



HAL BURGESS HAWKINS 
StatesviUe 

Rho Chi: Kappa Psi. Secretary (4) ; N. C. P. A. (2. 3) ; Pharmacy Senate 
(3. 41: Class Vice-President (U; Class President (41; D.-an's Cabinet (41- 
C. \. T. C. (II; U- V- ,\. (21; Dance Cammittee (41. 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



RAYMOND EDWARD HEATH 

Newport B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho t/u; N. C. p. A- (1. 2, 41 : Y. .M. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 41. 

JOHN COGDELL HOOD, JR. 

Kinston B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Ch,: Kappa Pii. Vice-President (4) : Vice-Presid.nt Rho Chi (4) • 
N. C. P. A. (I, 2. 3, 4) ; Pharmacy Senate (3, 41 ; President Pharmacy School 
(41; Class President (1); Dean's Cabinet (4); Y. M. C. A. (1); Orientation 

Counselor (4J . 

CLARENCE ELBERT JOHNSON 

Forest City B.S. in Pharmacy 

N. C. P. A. (1, 2. 3, 4J. 

WILLIAM WALTER JORDAN 

Raleigh B.S. in Pharmacy 

Treasurer Pharmacv School 



WINFRED ALMORE KING 

Mount Air)' B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Cl„: \. C V. A- (1. 2. 3. 41; Y. M. C. A. (21. 

JENNINGS ESKRIDGE KNIGHT 

Weldon B.S. in Pharmacy 

\. (.. p. A- (3, 4J. 



FORREST 


GARD.\EK 


GRIFFIN 


HALL 


H.IRRISON 


HAWKINS 


HEATH 


HOOD. JR. 


JOH.NSON 


JORDAN 


KI>G 


KNIGHT 



Pharmacy Schoo 




LOWE 

PARAMORE 

RHODES 



RALPH LOYD KNOX 
Charlotte 

LeROY LANIER, JR. 
Wallace 

N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 4) ; Plian.iacy S 
(2). 



B.S. in Pharmacy 
B.S. in Pharmacy 

(.1, 4) ; Class Secretary. 



MARY ELIZABETH LOCKWOOD 
Brunswick, Georgia B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Chi; Thela Psi Epsilon; Beta Sigma Phi; N. C. P. A. (1, 3. 
4) ; Pharmacy Senate (1) ; Pharmacy Girls' Assoriatiun (1, 3) ; 
Class Secretary (1) ; Student Advisor (2). 

LAWTON WOOSLEY LONDON 



Cherryville 

N. C. P. A. (2, 3. 4). 

JOHN DAVID LOWE 
High Point 

N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3, 4J. 



B.S. in Pharmacy 
B.S. in Pharmacy 
B.S. in Pharmacy 



ROBERT MILES MARTIN 
Red Oak 

Kappa Psi: N. C. P. A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 

T. WAYNE MITCHELL 

Roseboro B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Chi: Kappa Psi: N. C. P. A. (2. 3. 4). 

DAVID SNYDER OVERTON 



Sanford 

Kappa Psi; N. C. P. A. (1, 2. 3, 4) 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



STEVE ANDREW PAPPAS 

Charlotte B.S. in Pharmacy 

;■*. Delia Chi: X. C. P. A. (I, :;. 3. 4). 

REX ALAN PARAMORE 

Fuquay Springs B.S. in Pharmacy 

N. C. p. A. (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Pharmacy Senate (4) ; Vice-President 
Pharmacy School (3); University Dance Committee (3). 

GROVER RUDOLPH PITTMAN 

Kenly B.S. in Pharmacy 



WILBUR WINFIELD PROVO 

Mars Hill B.S. in Pharmacy 

Kho Cii: N. C. P. A. (3, 4). 

WILLIAM MOOREFIELD PUCKETT 
Fuquay Springs B.S. in Pharmacy 



JOHN McMillan rancke 

Lumberton B.S. in Pharmacy 

Phi Delia Chi: N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 4) ; Class Secretary-Treasurer 



DANIEL EDWARD RHODES 

Morganton B.S. in Pharmacy 

Phi Delta Chi: N. C. P. A. (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Class Vice. President (4). 



Pagt 230 



Fourth Year Class 




RICH 


ROGERS, JR. 


Hdl'K", 


ROSS 


SECREST. JR. 


SHORE. JR. 


SIMMONS 


SiWUER 


SOUTHERN 


TAYLOR 


TUNSTALL 


TURNER, JR. 


WHEELER, JR. 


WILLIAMS 


YOUNG, JR. 



HAROLD CLAYTON RICH 

Garland B.S. in Pharmacy 

PI,, Drill, Chi: i\. C. p. A. (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. (1, 2). 

RALPH PEELE ROGERS, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Pharmacy 

Auppa Alph.i: N. C. P. A. (2, 3, 41 ; Class President (1); Dean's 
Cabinet (2). 

HAROLD EDWARD ROPER 

Franklin B.S. in Pharmacy 

N. C. p. A. (I, 2, 3. 4J. 

ROBERT McGILL ROSS 

Bessemer City B.S. in Pharmacy 

fl/io Chi: N. C. p. A. (I. 2. 3. 4j . 

VANN VANDERLYN SECREST, JR. 
Monroe B.S. in Pharmacy 

K/i.. Chl: P, Kapp.t Alpha: .\. C. P. A. (I. 2. 3. 41. 

VOLLIE ARTHUR SHORE, JR. 

Durham B.S. in Pharmacy 

N. c. p. A. (1, 2, 3, I). 

PEGGY ANN SIMMONS 

Lincolnton B.S. in Pharmacy 



u. 

121 ; D>-ai 



(2) 



JEAN lOLA SNYDER 

Hagerstown, Maryland B.S. in Pharmacy 

Alpha Gamma Delta: Kappa Epsiloa: N. C. P. A. (1, 2, 3. 4): 
uacy Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Recorder (4); Pharmacy Girls' 
nation (1, 2. 3, 4). President (3) ; Class Vice-President (U ; 
Secretary.Treasurer (3) ; Dean's Cabinet (3) ; Y. W. C. A. 
. 3. 4) ; Interdormitory Council (31. 



Phari 



JOSEPH CARSON SOUTHERN 

High Point B.S. in Pharmacy 

\. C. p. A. U. 2, 3. 4). 



JAMES GAY TAYLOR 
Gumberry 



B.S. in Pharmacy 



Rho Chi: N. C. P. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Class President (I); Dean's 
Cabinet (1). 

CHRISTINE TUNSTALL 

Apex B.S. in Pharmacy 

i\. C. p. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Pharmacy Senate (2, 3. 4). 

JOSEPH KELLY TURNER, JR. 

Speed B.S. in Pharmacy 



CLAUDE CAMERON WHEELER, JR. 
Wilson B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Cl,i: Kappa Pi,: N. C. P. A. (1, 2. 3. 41. 

BRUCE ALEXANDER WILLIAMS 
Nashville B.S. in Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi: N. C. P. A. (1. 2, 3. 41. Treasurer (3). 

RUSSELL LOWELL YOUNG, JR. 
Waynesville B.S. in Pharmacy 

Rho Chi: Kappa Psi; N. C. P. A. (2. 3, 4); Pharmacy Senate 
(2, 3, 41 : Kappa Psi, Scrgeantal-Arnis (4) ; Rho Chi, President 
(4); Wesley Foundation (2, 3, ♦). 



Pharmacy Schoo 




Jarvis Marion AUigood, Washington. 
Donald Lecn Bennett, Phi Delta Chi, Fuquay Springs. 
Clifford Lloyd Brisson, Kappj Psi, Fayetteville. 
James E. Brookshire, Rho Chi. Winston-Salem. 



Arthur Etheridge Brothers, Kuppa Psi. Elizabeth City. 

Robert Earl Byrd, Seaboard. 

Benjamin Franklin Cooper, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rho Chi, 



Chapel Hill. 

Arliss Rudolph Culler, Pinnacle. 



A. Lyie Davis, Roxboro. 

William Taylor Dement, Rho Chi. Oxford. 

Robert Lindsey Dewar, Fuquay Springs. 

James Henry Dowdy, Kappa Alpha. High Point. 



Nell Evans, Asheville. 

Clarence McDonald Ferguson, Jr., Sigi/ia Chi. Siler City. 

James C. Gabriel, Kappa Psi, Mooresville. 

Eugene F. Gallogly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 



Alvis Burton Gilliam, Reidsville. 

James P. Greene, Bakersville. 

Harvey Clifton Greeson, Gibsonville. 

John Palmer Horton, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, North Wilkes- 
boro. 



William Pitts Horton, Kappa Psi. Sanford. 

Alfred Gregory Howe, Alpha Chi Sigma, Washington. 

Edgar Dixon Hoyle, Phi Delta Chi. Cooleemee. 

Paul Ronald [enkins, Como. 



Carl Edgar Jolley, Cliffside. 

Charles F. Jones, Oxford. 

Floyd E. Jones, Jr., Kappa Psi. Morehead City. 

Richard A. Knight, Kappa Psi. Columbia. 



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Third Year Class 



Robert Wayne Kiger, Lincolnton, 

Holland Braudis Leonard, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Psi, High 
Point. 

Keith Bullard Lewis, Chapel Hill. 

John Henr)' Lowder, Albemarle. 



Vance Graham McGugan, Phi Delta Chi, Dunn. 
Oscar Walter Mills, Phi Delta Chi, Leaksville. 
William Warren Northcott, High Point. 
Samuel A. Pace, Alpha Tan Omega, Newton. 



Alton Sherwood Parrish, Phi Di^lta Chi. Benson. 
Victor Horn Perr)', C/v Phi. Franklin. 
Bascon Robert Phifer, Phi Delta Chi, Spencer. 
Homer Franklin PuUiam, Leaksville. 



Ernest John Rabil, Kappa Pa. Weldon. 

Elmer Lawson Rigsbee, Durham. 

William Moss Salley, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Asheville. 

Doris Harrell Sauls, Kappa Epsilon, Raleigh. 



Robert Edgar SchaefF, Asheville. 

Gene Stevenscn Sherard, Phi Delta Chi, Burlington. 

Henry Dale Smith, Kappa Psi. Rho Chi, Spartanburg, 
South Carolina. 

Eugene McDonald Ussery, Marston. 



Marshall Ray Vickers, Burlington. 

Waits Artemus West, Phi Delta Chi, Roseboro. 

John Claud Wilkie, Kappa Psi. Durham. 

Robert Charles Wilson, Kappa Psi. Hendersonville. 



William Hooper Wilson, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Clinton. 

John Bennett Woodard, Kappa Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Hamlet. 

Robert Rickman Woody, Snow Camp. 




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Pharmacy School — Second Year Class 



/•/>!/ Row: Jones Douglas Bain, Jr., Ph/ Delta Chi, Clayton; Robert Hoyle Beason, Boiling Springs; Bar- 
bara Annette Bess, Sylva; Margaret Frances Booth, Apex; Ralph Edward Carter, Jr., Roxobel ; William 
Davis Cash, Spindale; Walter Allen Clodfelter, Asheboro; William Edward Davis, Warrenton. 

SecoiiJ Row: Charles Edward Deaton, Liberty; Reginald Conway Ferrell, Kappa Psj, Nashville; Paul Lewis 
Fisher, Jonesviile; Roland Durall Godwin, Chapel Hill; James Gordon Grantham, Wilmington; James 
Simpscn Greene, Glen Alpine; William Cicero GritHn, Phi Delia Chi. Rose Hill ; Ray Truman Hudson, Phi 
Delia Chi, Hickory. 

Third Ron: Larry Bikle McAllister, Kappa Psi. Mt. Pleasant: Douglas Alexander McCormac, Maxton; 
James Conrad McGee, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Canton; Richard Lee Mcintosh, Burnsville; Kenneth Earl Moore, 
Selma; Harry Curtis Stone. Jr.. Lumberton; Clarence LeRoy Swearngan, Charlotte; William Stanford Tate, 
Lexington. 

PoiiYth Row: Alvis G. Turner, Jr., Draper; Christopher C. Turner, Durham; William B. VanValkenburg, 
Phi Delta Chi. Asheville; Darius Lathan Wells, Chi Psi. Roseboro; Lloyd Milton Whaley, Beulaville; Earl 
Gaston Williams, Gastonia; Howard Avant Yandle, Charlotte. 




Pag* 234 



Pharmacy School — First Year Class 



First Row: Latimer Breck Alexander. Statesville; Arthur Alexander Anderson, Asheville; William Henry- 
Andrews, Winston-Salem; Earl Triplett Brown, Leicester; Margaret Carolyn Burgess, Broadway; Loy Ray 
Burris, Jr., Valdese; Leo Harrison Carter, Thomasville; Henry Paul Cogdell, Goldsboro; Wilbur Aubrey 
Crumpler, Roseboro. 

Second Row: Harold Vann Day, Spruce Pine; Wyndham S. Dukes, Gibson; Robert Brittain Fairley, Salis- 
bury, John Paul Friday, Dallas; Keith Norman Fulbright, Guilford College; John William Gresham, 
Beulaviile; A. James Gunter, Sanford; Wade Melvin Hall, Madison; Benjamin Russell Harward, Phi Et.i 
Sigma, Pittsboro. 

Third Row: Joseph Earl Hatcher, Chinquapin; Harry Lynn Hauss, China Grove; Clayburn Irvin Hawkins, 
Madison; Willard L Herring, Sigma Phi Epsiloii, Clinton; Elizabeth Ann Hogin, Kinston; Robert Howard 
Honeycutt, Kannapolis; Ruth Obeda Meares Hood, Richlands; Helen Marie Kelly, Durham; Louis Edwin 
Messer, Raleigh. 

Fourth Row: Mary Frances Parsons, Winston-Salem; Sarah Bradshaw Pegram, Apex; William Hurley Ran- 
dall, Jr., Falcon; Joe Neal Reese, Kannapolis; Douglas Allen Roberts, Fayetteville; William Neal Robert- 
son, Laurinburg; Richard Ferrell Rollins, Sanford; Harold Bruce Sauls, Raleigh; William F. Setzer, Mor- 
ganton. 

F////j /?o«v William Maxwell Shaheen, Robbinsville; Betty Tate Sparks, Draper; James Ambler Speight, 
Rocky Mount; William Lewis Summey, Dallas; John Hugh Thigpen, Jr., Edenton; Jce Battle Vinson, Wil- 
son Mills; Wilbur Shepherd Ward, Swannanoa; Allene Marie Warren, Dunn. 






DEAN ROBERT H. WETTACH 





fTlanning 
Ha 


-'> |p&-fli 




- •• • - ■ ■ C^.^\, 


^ 


Through the portals of this hall 
have passed some of America's 






most outstanding lawyers and 
politicians in their days of learn- 
ing. Here stands the hall named 
in honor of Dr. John Manning, 



First Row: Dean Robert H. Weltach, William 
B. Avcoek, Frank W. Hanft, Herbert R. 
Baer • Second Row: Frederiek B. MeCall, 
Albert Coates, Maurice T. Van Hecke, Jolin 
P. Dalzell. 





School of Law 



OFFICERS OF LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AND 
N. C. LAW REVIEW 

First Roui: Joe Moore, Editor of the IS. C. Law Re- 
view; Mike Carr, President of the Law School Asso- 
ciation; E. W. Machen, Assistant Editor of the A". C. 
Law Revieic • Seconfl Row: J. W. Alexander, Vice- 
President of the Law School Association; Charlie 
Fulton, Secretary of the Law School Association; 
Ralph Strayhorn, (Chairman of the Law School Honor 
Council; Sterling Gilliam, Treasurer of the Law 
School Association. 



who was head of the Law School from 1881 to 
1899. The doors of the building opened in 1923 
and today the school which it houses is approved 
by the leading accrediting groups in the nation. 

The lights which burn until the early hours 
of the morning, the learned professors, and the 
fifty-five thousand volume library of Manning 
Hall will show the way for many future lawyers 
and statesmen of the state and the nation. 




Typing Briefs 




Research in the library 



Third Year Law 



First Rou: Thomas F. Adams, Jr., Delia Theta Phi, Willow Spring; 
Jay Wilson Alexander, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte; Leonard 
Gleason Allen, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Delta Theta, Wilmington; 
Julius Carl Barefoot, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Greensboro; Robert E. 
Bencini, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Delta, High Point; 
Katherine Boone, Lumberton. 

Second Row: Walter Foil Brinkley, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, 
Lexington; Eupha Odis Brogden, Jr., Dleta Theta Phi, Raleigh; 
Joseph Melville Broughton, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Raleigh; Maurice 
Waldon Brown, Sigma Na, Delta Theta Phi, Pulaski, Va. ; Marcel- 
lus Buchanan, III, Chi Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Sylva ; Robert Edward 
Calder, Phi Alpha Delta, Wilmington. 

Third Row: John Wishart Campbell, Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Theta Phi. 
Lumberton: Michael Lemuel Carr, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha 



Delta, Rocky Mount; James Fletcher Chesnutt, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Phi Alpha Delta, Clinton ; Edward Coppala, Delta Theta Phi, Char- 
lotte; Robert Elijah Covington, Jr., Sigma Chi, Pachuta, Miss.; 
Sterling Gary Gilliam, Zeta Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Franklinton. 

Fourth Row: Charles Wilburn Gordon, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, 
Spencer ; Frank T. Grady, Phi Alpha Delta, Seven Springs ; Thomas 
Battle Griffin, Phi Alpha Delta, La Grange; Theodore E. Haigler, 
Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Sanford ; 
Philip R. Hedrick, Phi Alpha Delta, Statesville; David Newton 
Henderson, Delta Theta Phi, Wallace. 

Fifth Rotv: Richard Allen Hollander, Chapel Hill ; Gilmer Andrew 
Jones, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Alpha Pi, Franklin ; Harvey Ronald 
Kennedy, Delta Theta Phi, Sanford; Richard Lee Koral, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ; Junius B. Lee, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Four Oaks; Robert 
Dickson Little, Phi Delta Phi. Raleigh. 




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Third Year Law 



First Row: Nicholas Long, Kappa Alpha, Delta Theta Phi, Roanoke 
Rapids ; Walter B. Love, Jr., Delta Sigma Phi, Monroe ; Ernest Wil- 
liam Machen, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Aplha Delta, Chapel Hill; 
George M. McDermott, Delta Theta Phi, Vass; Robert L. McMillan, 
Jr., Raleigh; Thomas M, Mullen, Chapel Hill. 

Second Row: William Stewart Neel, Delta Theta Phi, Mooresville; 
Thomas Robert Payne, Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte; Elbert Sidney 
Peel, Jr., Zeta Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Williamston; Norman Hugh 
Person, Delta Theta Phi, Fayetteville ; Catherine Simmons Powell, 
Whiteville; James Turner Pritchett, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta 
Theta, Phi Alpha Delta. Lenoir. 

Third Row: Paul Harold Ridge, Phi Alpha Delta, Gibsonvillc; 
Norwood Everett Robinson, Phi Alpha Delta, Washington; John 
David Roeder, New York, N. Y. ; Elizabeth Osborne Rollins, Mor- 



ganton; John H. W. Small, Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Delta, Elizabeth 
City; Gene Collinson Smith, Chapel Hill. 

Fourth Row: Julius Clarence Smith, III, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi 
Gamma Delta, Greensboro ; William Lester Smith, Delta Theta Phi, 
Charlotte; William Henry Snow, Delta Theta Phi, High Point; 
Robert Gray Stockton, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Winston- 
Salem; Raymond E. Sumrell, Phi Alpha Delta, New Bern; Robert 
Stringfield Swain, Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, Asheville. 

Fifth Row: Arthur Manuel Utley, Jr., Kapp.i Sigma, Phi Alpha 
Delta, High Point; Charles Fogle Vance, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, 
Sigma Nu, Winston-Salem; Livingston Vernon, Phi Delta Phi, 
Kappa Sigma, Morganton; Robert Lee Warren, Delta Theta Phi, 
Concord; Walter Preston White, Delta Theta Phi, Phi Kappa 
Sigma. Winston-Salem ; Cicero Arthur York, J.--., Delta Theta Phi, 
High Point. 




Second Year Law 




Fini Ruw: John Ransom Bain, Four Oaks; Wil- 
liam Ashe Bason, Raleigh; Norwood Bruce Boney, 
.jr., Delta Theta Phi. Kenansville; William H. 
Booe, Delia Theta Phi. Charlotte; Edwin Maurice 
Braswell, Phi A!f>ha Delta. Rocky M .unt. 
Sei-nuJ Row: Ray Braswell, Phi Del.a Phi. New- 
land ; John T. Brock, Farmington ; Victor S. 
Bryant, Jr., Beta Theta Pi. Phi Delta Phi. Durham; 
James Lee Bulla, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Delta Theta 
Phi. High Point; William Vance Burrow, Beverly, 
Mass. 

Third Ron: Joseph Kincaid Byrd, Delta Phi, Mor- 
ganton ; Harry Gardner Charles, Phi Alpha Delta, 
Florence, S. C. ; David Clark, Phi Delta Theta, 
Phi Delta Phi. Lincolnton; William L. Cooke, Phi 
Alpha Delta, Aulander; Orville D. Coward, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta. Sylva. 
Fourth Row: Martin A. Cutler, Delta Theta Phi, 
Lexington; Emery Byrd Denny, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh ; Joseph D. Franks, 
Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. Delta Theta Phi, Elon 
College; Rutherford R. Friday, Phi Alpha Delta. 
Dallas; Leroy Frank Fuller, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Fifth Row: Charles Lester Fulton, Phi Camma 
Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Franklin; O. Max Gardner, 
Jr., Kappa Alpha, Shelby; Robert Taliafero Gash, 
Phi Alpha Delta, Brevard; Luther Hamilton, Jr., 
Delta Theta Phi, Morehead City; William Shake- 
speare Harris, Jr., Mebane. 

Sixth Row: John R. Haworth, Phi Delta Phi, High 
Point; Rufus King Hayworth, Delta Theta Phi, 
High Point; William Ware Henderson, Jr., Phi 
Alpha Delta, Pensacola, Fla. ; Homer Hunter Henry, 
Delta Theta Phi, Clyde; Robert Lee Hines, Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delta. Phi Delta Phi, 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Mount Airy. 
Seventh Row: Edward Brandt Hipp, Phi Delta Phi. 
Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; James W. Hoyle, Phi 
Alpha Delta, Sanford; Bruce King Hutchinson, 
Delta Theta Phi. Marion; Sol Arthur Jaffa, Taii 
Epsilon Phi, Phi Mti Alpha. Charlotte; Charles 
Groce James, Delta Theta Phi. Farmington. 

Eighth Row: Lawrence McNeill Johnson, Aber- 
deen ; Harold Allen Keen, Chapel Hill ; John 
Pressly Kennedy, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte; 
Robert Richard Laidlaw, Phi Delta Phi, Western 
Springs, III.; Robert D. Larsen, Fayetteville. 

Ninth Row: William Earnest Mackie, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Chapel Hill; James Patrick McDermott, 
Phi Alpha Delta. Chapel Hill; Moran Dorith 
McLendon, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Morven ; Daniel Wescott Moser, Alpha Tail 
Omega, Pi Delta Pi, Asheboro; Daniel Louis 
Parker, Delta Theta Phi, Smithfield. 



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Second Year Law 



First Row: Ernest E. Parker, Sr., Shallotte; Junius 
Hugh Peedin, Phi Theta Phi. Fayetteville; Glen R. 
Penland. Delta Theta Phi, Asheville; Robert Wil- 
liamson Perdue, Asheville; Robert Edward Perry, 
Jr., Sigma Su, Phi Delta Phi, Greensboro. 

Second Rou: Warren Seipp Perry, Kappa S/gma, 
Kinston; Edward Knox Powe. Ill, Sigma Alpha 
Eptiloii, Phi Delta Phi. Durham; Leonard Stewart 
Powers, Phi Delta Phi. Mayodan; Jeter Conley 
Pritchard, Phr Alpha Delta. Marshall; Zennic 
Lawrence Riggs, Delta Theta Phi. Maysville. 

Third Rou:- John A. Robertson, Delta Theta Phi. 
Millbrook; Stanley Leigh Rodenbough, III, Kappa 
Alpha. Phi Alpha Delta, Walnut Cove; Clyde 
Thomas Rollins, Delta Theta Phi. Delta Sigma Pi. 
Hickory; Herbert Horton Rountree, Delta Theta 
Phi. Farmville; John William Russell, Delta Theta 
Phi, Candler. 

Fourth Row: Karl Schwartz, III, Delta Kappa 
Epiilon. Phi Delta Phi, Sarasota, Fla.; Basil Lamar 
Sherrill, Gastonia ; John Meredith Simms, Phi 
Delta Phi. Raleigh; William Grey Smith, Phi 
Alpha Delta. Greenville; Marshall Turner Spears, 
Sr., Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delia Phi. Durham. 

Fifth Row: Ralph Vincent Spracklin, Phi Alpha 
Delta. Sigma Chi, Hollywood, Fla.; O. E. Starnes, 
Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Phi, Asheville; 
George Daniels Stenhouse, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Goldsboro ; Lubie Moseley Stocks, Grimesland ; 
Barbara M. Stockton, Alpha Gamma Delta. Frank- 
lin. 

5/.V//' Row: Ralph Madison Stockton, Jr., Beta 
Theta Pi. Phi Delta Phi, Winston-Salem; William 
M. Storey, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Raleigh; Ralph Nichols Strayhorn, Phi Delta 
Theta. Durham; Kirby Sullivan, Phi Beta Kappa. 
I.eland ; James Leroy Tapley, Kappa Sigma. Shaw, 
Miss. 

Seventh Row: Clark C. Totherow, Phi Delia Phi, 
Winston-Salem; Richard Elvin Wardlow, Joplin, 
Missouri; William Henley Watson, Delta Sigma 
Pi. Winston-Salem; Allan Havard Williams. Phi 
Delta Theta. Rochester, N. Y.; Andrew Grey Wil- 
liamson, Phi Delta Theta. Lumberton. 

Eighth Row: Charles Leon Wilson, Jr., Phi Delta 
Theta, Robersonville; Juliana Davis Wilson, 
Candler; T. Stanton Wilson, Delta Theta Phi. 
Candler ; Thomas Breckinridge Woody, Delta Theta 
Phi. Roxboro; Algernon A. Zollicoffer, Delia 
Kappa Epiilon. Henderson. 




First Year Law 



First Row: Blan C. Aldridge, Shulls Mills; William Ashburn, 
Winston-Salem; Joseph Lentz Barrier, Concord; George Foust 
Bason, Raleigh; Roy Benton Braswell, Winston-Salem; Willis 
Clifton Bumgarner, Plumtree; Lester Vermont Chalmers, Jr., 
Epf/Ion Chi. Raleigh; Norwood Bennett Chesnutt, Si.^m.i Nu. White- 
ville. 

Second Row: Walter Calvin Clark, Canton; John Frederick Coplin, 
Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill ; Ned Russell Corzine, Concord ; Kenneth 
B. Cruse, Concord ; Clyde Frank Culbreth, Rutherfordton ; Blair 
Lorimer Daily, Burlington; John Edwin Davenport. Nashville; 
Julius Gladstone Dees, Jr., Bayboro. 

Third Row: George Demas, Chapel Hill; Lloyd Stanley Elkins, 
Bladenboro ; Thomas Robert Filer, Jr., Salisbury; Robert L. 
Emanuel, Raleigh; Don Evans, Kappa Alpha, Enfield; Glade 
Frederick Flake, Washington, D. C; Alvah Walland Flynn, Jr., 
Asheville; Cyrus Clifford Frazier, Jr., Ber.i Theld Pi. Greensboro. 



Fourth Row: John Ralph Friday, Kappa Sigma, Dallas; Clarence 
Newell Gilbert, Asheville; John Edward Giles, Glen Alpine; John 
L. Green, Alpha Tan Ome^a. Charlotte; William Edgar Greene, 
Salisbury; Ben D. Haines, Durham; Robert Thomas Haire, Winston- 
Salem; Gene Harold Hall. Brevard. 

Fifth Rmv: Wingate Edmund Hannah, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Waynes- 
ville; Horace Starbuck Haworth, Jr., High Point; Hunter Dalton 
Heggie, Phi Beta Kappa. East Flat Rock ; Eugene Charles Heiman, 
Tall Epsilon Phi. Miami Beach, Fla.; Perry Cleveland Henson. Otto; 
Vernon Talmadge Hiatt, Mt. Airy; Charles B. Hodson, Chapel 
Hill ; Charles Hopkins, Albemarle. 

Sixth Row: Marvin Vale Horton, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Farmville; 
William Raymond Howell, Norwood; Kenneth Richard Hoyle, 
Sigma Chi. Sanford ; Paul Douglas Huffman, Thomasville; Hubert 
Ben Humphrey. Jr., Lumberton; Morada Alice Hunt, Oxford. 



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First Year Law 



First Row: Jesse Clyde Johnson, Jr., Sigma Chi. Mayodan; John 
Powell Jones, High Point; Edmund Oliver Kenion, Hillsboro; 
Charles Eugene Knox, Sii-ma Nu, Davidson; Sidney Williams 
Lancaster, Union, S. C. ; Peter Edward Lavin, Chapel Hill ; Roddey 
Miller Ligon, Jr., Spindale; William Raae Mangum, Rocky Mount. 

Second Row: John Thomas Morrisey, Delia Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, 
Kinston; Thomas Michael Dillon O'Shea, Beta Theta Pi, Durham; 
Thomas D. Parker, Raleigh; Herbert Orlandah Phillips, III, 
Morehead City; James Richard Queen, Waynesville; George John 
Rabil, Beta Gamma Sigma, Wilson ; Hubert Hampton Redmon, 
Asheville; Steve Walter Roberson, Lambda Chi Alpha, Charlotte. 

Third Row: Wilmer Ray Rollins, Bethel; Herman Amasa Smith, 
Greensboro; Keith Smith, Greensboro; James Robert Spence, Lil- 
lington ; Franklin Howard Stell, High Point ; David Boyette Stevens, 
Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill; Virginia Yvonne Stewart, Charlotte; 
Lawrence Charles Stoker, High Point. 



Fourth Row: Betty Jane Stroup, Gastonia; Thomas H. Suddarth, Jr., 
Chapel Hill; John B. Swainson, Port Huron, Michigan; Willis 
Arthur Talton, Oxford ; Franklin LeGrand Teague, Charlotte ; 
Mason Page Thomas, Jr., Delta Sigma Pi, Siler City; William 
Lewis Thorp, Jr., Delta Kappa Sigma. Phi Eta Sigma, Rocky Mount ; 
Louie Shafter Tinsley, Jr., Chapel Hill. 

Fijlh Row: Edward Foy Uzzell, Jr., Chi Phi. Chapel Hill; George 
Norwood Vann, Raleigh; Percy L. Wall, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston- 
Salem; Lindsay Carter Warjen, Jr., Zeta Psi. Washington; James 
Cummings Washburn, Jr., Charlotte; Bynum Edgar Weathers, Jr., 
Phi Mi4 Alpha, Shelby ; Lonnie Lawrence Weathers, Rolesville ; 
Robert Brownlee Welsh, Beta Theta Pi. Charlotte. 

Sixth Row: Parker Whedon, Charlotte; Robert Mason Wiley, Delia 
Kappa Epsilon, Charlotte ; Donald Alan Williams, Windsor ; Henry 
Smith Williams, Yadkinville; Harry Mac Wynne. Sigma Alpha. 
Robersonville. 




The Schoo 



of fTledicine 




DEAN W. R. BERRYHILL 




The proposed four hundred bed Teaehiiig Hospital 



In keeping with the ever increasing de- 
mand for doctors throughout our state, 
the School of Medicine has expanded 
Its facilities to the fullest, and this year 
boasts the largest enrollment in its his- 
tory. Plans are now well underway for 
the development of a four year school 
of medicine featuring a modern four 
hundred bed teaching hospital. It is 




DEPARTMENT HEADS 
First Row: Dr. W. C. George, Dr. J. H. Ferguson. Dr. D. A. MoPherson 
e Second Rote: Dr. J. C. Andrews, Dean W. R. Berryhill. Dr. H. D. 
Briiner, Dr. K. M. Rrinkhouse. 




\^ HITEHEAD SOCIETY OFFICERS 
John Kirklaiid. President: Spinks Marsh, 
Vice-President; Charles Melchor, Secretary; 
Maxine Dark, Treasurer. 




expected that construction will begin in the spring 
of 1949 and be completed in 1951. 

The present two year school holds a position of 
highest esteem nationally, and graduates readily trans- 
fer with advanced standing to the foremost schools 
in the United States and Canada. 

Although the medical curriculum is of necessity 
thorough and somewhat confining, medical students 
nevertheless take an active part in campus activities. 
The school has won the highly coveted dormitory 
intramural athletic trophy for the past two years. 
Social highlights include the annual Law-Med dance 
in the winter quarter and Student-Faculty day in the 
spring. 



WHITEHEAD SOCIETY HONOR COUNCIL 
Dewey Dorsell, Chairman; Charles Adams, 
Christopher Fordham, Dan Martin, Robert 
Rudisill, Edward Sutton, John Watters. 




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Second Year ITIeclicine 




SAM STALLARD 
President 



ROSE PULLY 

Secretary-Treasurer 



HOKE BULLARD 
t ice-Presiden t 



F/ril Row: Charles Melchor, Jack Summerlin, Richard Margolis, 
Jean McGavaran. Louise UUman, Ed Currie, Ted Harris, Arthur 
Quackenbush, William Totherow. 

Second Rau: Jack Kirkland, Charles Whisnant, Tom York, Bob 
Pennington, Chris Fordham, James Westmoreland, Mack Rudisill, 
Aubrey Richardson. 

Third Row: Julian Sutton, Ed Sutton, Frank Norris, Lamar Agar, 
Ken Terrell, Nelson O'Quinn, Wade Williams. 



Fourth Rou: Rose Fully, Ed McKenzie, Sid Gardner, Maxine Dark, 
John Henderson, Bob Pascal, Ed Monroe. 

Fifth Row: Jesse Meredith, Jack Swift, Odell Kimbrell. Frank 
Shaffer, Hoke Bullard, Dewey Dorsett. 

Not Shoiiit: Bill Dunnagan, John Gambill, Bob Gritfin, Frank 
Hamilton, Harold Hines, Martha Lumpkin, Spinks Marsh, Jue 
Miller, Leon Powell, Earl Trevathan, Sam Stallard, Charles Whicker. 




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First Year fTledicine 




BUEL GRO\< 

President 



ELWOOD COIAA 
Vice-President 



MARY ALICE BLUE 

Secretary 



\<'AYNE BOYLES 
Treasurer 



First Rou: Willis Fourle, Charles Vernon, Harvey Johnston, John 
Sawyer, Newlin Schenck, Belk Troutman, Gordon Heath, Jack 
Trotter, Warren Wright. 

Second Row: Jack Carson, Buel Grow, Bill Joyncr. George Johnson. 
Olin Perritt, Agnes Lawning, Gertrude Archer, Mary Blue, John 
Wilkinson, Vonnie Hicks. 

Third Row: Jack Watters, Laurence Leinbach, Bill Moore, James 
Morris, David Graham, James Grimes, Ben Josephson. Ken Willis. 



Fourth Row: Hadley Wilson, Lewis Thorp, Fred Bowman, Bill 
Anderson, Bill Brown, Charles Gilliam, Elwood Coley. 

Fifth Roir: Julian Coleman, A. J. Ellington, Monroe Diggs, Lewis 
Hardison, Harold Jeeter, Nick Love, Wayne Boyles, Bill Harris. 

5/.V//;! Ron: Glenn Moak, Harold Peedin, John McCain, Donald 
Glascock, Cliff Hooper, Jim Phelps, Charles Starling, Joel Honey- 
cutt, Dan Martin, John Chapin, Grimes Byerly, George Tucker, 
Lowell Brittain. 



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Smith. 



Charles Adams, John Dees, Eugene Sharpe, Claiborne 




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TEN MOST DISTINGUISHED 
MILITARY STIDENTS 

First Row: Isl Lt. Grev L. 
Adams, 1st Lt. Albert F. 
Howell, Lt. Col. Paul J. En- 
glish, Capt. John D. Brown. 
Capt. James Geiger • Secoml 
Rote: 2nd Lt. Thomas Cun- 
ningham. Capt. Robert A. 
Gray, Capt. Lester Martin. 
Major Robert McAllister, Isl 
Lt. William T. Luke. 




Rir ROTC 




The Reserve Officers Training Corps has two missions. The first is to produce junior 
officers who have the qualities and attributes essential to their progressive and con- 
tinued development as officers of the Army of the United States. The second is to lay 
the foundations of intelligent citizeoship within the student and to give him such basic 
military training as will be of benefit to himself and to the military service if he be- 
comes a member thereof. 

Completion of the four-year course of instruction qualifies the student for ap- 
pointment as a Second Lieutenant in the Army of the United Stales or in the Air Force. 
If the entire course is not completed, and at a later date the student should become a 
member of the Military Service, that training completed would prove of material bene- 
fit. 



FACULTY OF THE DEPART- 
MENT OF MILITARY 
SCIENCE AND TACTICS 

First Row: M/Sgt. Lynn I. 
Davis, Colonel Bayron R. 
Switzer, PMS & T/Sgt. Evan 
W. Evans • Second Row: 
.Major Adrian Freer, M/Sgt. 
Baety O. Gross, Lt. Col. 
Francis (i. Tremayne. T Sgt. 
Virgil T. Larkiii, Chaplain 
Francis S. Holmes. 



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CAPT. R. A. GRAY 
Group Adjutant 

MAj. R. McAllister 

Group Executive 
Officer 

CAPT. J. W. GEIGER 
Group S-3 Officer 



LT. COL. PAUL J. ENGLISH 
Cadet Commander 




First Roiv: 1st Lt. Grev L. Adams, Group P.LO.; 2iid Lt. Russell G. Glenwood, Asst. Fit. 
Ldr.; tapt. John D. Brown. Conidg. Sqdii. B; 1st Lt. William J. Claybrook. Adj. Sqdn. 
A; 2nd Lt. Lester C Couch, Jr.; 2nd Lt. Thomas E. Cunningham, Asst. S-3; 1st Lt. Floyd 
P. Ellington, Fit. Ldr.» Second Row: 1st Lt. John D. Greene, Adj. Sqdn. B; 2nd Lt. Earl 
H. Hartsell. Jr.. Asst. Fit. Ldr.: 2nd Lt. Herbert L. Hawley, Asst. Fit. Ldr.; 2nd Lt. John 
B. Hough; 1st Lt. Albert F. Howell, Fit. Ldr.; 2nd Lt. Sidney A. Hughes; 1st Lt. Grady 
A. Hutchins. Jr.. Fit. Ldr. • Third Row: 1st Lt. William P. Luke. Jr., Asst. Fit. Ldr.; Capt. 
Lester P. Martin. Jr.. Conidg. Sqdn. A; 2nd Lt. Clarence B. Mendenhall, Group Special 
Service Officer; 2nd Lt. Glenn L. Mitchell; 1st Lt. Cort M. Nance, Jr., Asst. Fit. Ldr.; 1st 
Lt. Harold M. Shaw, Fit. Ldr.; 1st Lt. Clyde S. Sniithson, Jr., Fit. Ldr. • Fourth Row: 
2nd Lt. William K. Snyder; 1st Lt. James H. Spears, Fit. Ldr.; 1st Lt. Wade T. Surratt, 
Comdg. Field Music; 2nd Lt. Banks C. Talley, Jr.; 2nd Lt. William B. Johnson, Adj. Field 
Music; 1st Lt. James H. Waynick, Fit. Ldr. 









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The Rational Society of Scabbard and Blade 




Charter members of the Scabbard and Blade 



First 


Row : 


Robert 


A. Gray 


obert M. 


McAllister 


Paul J. 


English 


James W. Geiger 


John D 


. Brown 




Second Row: 

Albert F. Howell 
James H. Spears 
Lester P. Martin 
John D. Green 
Harold M. Shaw, Jr 



Advisor: Captain Francis S. Holmes 



ii«l*Maii^MPBi 



The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers Training 
Corps are twofold; to provide a steady supply of well 
educated Junior Officers to serve on active duty in 
the Line or Staff of the Navy or Marine Corps; and 
to build up a reserve of Officers subject to call in the 
event of a national emergency. 

There are fifty-two NROTC units at various 
colleges and universities throughout the country. 
From these units, and from the U. S. Naval Academy 
at Annapolis, come the major portion of the Officers 
fur the Navy and Marine Corps. 

A student may enter the NROTC program under 
either of two plans. Regular or Contract. As a 
Regular he is appointed a Midshipman upon enroll- 
ing in the program, and receives tuition, books, uni- 
forms, and six hundred dollars per year throughout 
his four years at college. 

To successfully complete this program he is re- 
quired to take eight Naval Science courses. Otherwise, 






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navy ROTC 



The NROTC Armorv 





BATTALION OFFICERS 
lOTC C.P.O. H. E. Varnev; NROTC Lt. W. P. Harris, Subordinate, 
mniander; NROTC Lt. Cdr. J. C. Wilson, Commander; NROTC Lt. 
T. J. Fussell, Adjutant. 




COMPANY OFFICERS 
■St Row: NROTC C.P.O. S. C. Sommer; NROTC Lt. O. R. Swigart. 
mniander; NROTC Lt. (jg) R. H. Holden, Subordinate Commander 
Second Roiv: NROTC Lt. (jg) W. N. Vest, 1st Platoon Commander; 
tOTC P. O. 2/c B. H. Jones; NROTC Ens. L. D. Cassell, 2nd Platoon 
mmander; NROTC Ens. J. Thrash, 3rd Platoon Commander; NROTC 
O. 2/0 R. C. Weisner. 



lie majors in the academic field of his choice. During; 
the four-year period, the student is required to take 
three summer training cruises. 

Upon graduation, he is commissioned an Ensign 
in the Navy or a Second Lieutenant in the Marine 
Corps, and is required to serve two years on active 
duty. At the end of this period, he may choose the 
Navy as a career or be released to inactive duty with 
a reserve commission. 

The Contract Program differs from the Regular in 
that the Contract student is furnished only with uni- 
forms and is paid twenty-four dollars per month 
during the last two years of the program. He is 
required to take only one summer cruise and upon 
graduation he receives a reserve commission. 

Three groups of students from the NROTC unit 
here at Chapel Hill participated in training cruises 
during the summer of 1948. The Regulars of the 

First Company 



Coiiipain 




Junior Class cruised on tu'O fleet carriers 
in the Pacific. The cruise included stops 
at San Francisco, Long Beach, San 
Diego, and Honolulu, Hawaii. The 
Regular Sophomores also trained in the 
Pacific aboard battleships and cruisers. 
During this period, the students received 
much practical instruction aboard the 
ships, serving in turn in the departments 
of engineering, gunnery, navigation, and 
operations. They manned the guns of 
the ships and took an active part in the 
sinking of the battleships New York 
and Nevada, two of the Bikini target 



Second Company 



Ravy 




COMPANY OFFICERS 
First Row: NROTC C.P.O. T. S. Bryan; NROTC Lt. R. E. Cordon. Commander; NROTC 
Li. (ig) E. S. Harris. Subordinate Commander • Second Row: INROTC Lt. (jg) J. T. 
Hamilton. 1st Platoon Commander; INROTC P. O. 1/c J. T. Pittman; NROTC Ens. T. R. 
\^all. 2i.d Platoon Commander; NROTC P. O. 2/e C. N. Busbv; NROTC Ens. J. C. 
Manning. .'Jrd Platoon Commander; NROTC P. O. 2/c T. J. Newton. 



Company 




ROTC 




COMPANY OFFICERS 

irst Row: NROTC C.P.O. A. W. Talbert; NROTC Lt. M. J. Smith, Commander. NROTC 
t. (jg) W. B. Cobb. Subordinate Commander • Second Row: NROTC Lt. (jg) J. M. 
ulliam, 1st Platoon Commander; NROTC P. O. 1/e D. D. S. Cameron; NROTC Ens. 
. G. Shannonhouse. 2nd Platoon Commander; NROTC P. O. 2/c R. H. Haeknev; 
ROTC Ens. S. L. Korsehun. 3rd Platoon Commander; NROTC P. O. 2/c D. H. 
[oLaughlin. 



ships. In addition, the two groups re- 
ceived a week of amphibious training in 
Coronado, California. The Senior Con- 
tract students also cruised in the Pacific, 
visiting ports in the United States and 
Canada. 

All was not work on these cruises, 
however. Liberties were granted in every 
port, with sight-seeing tours being or- 
ganized and dances given for the men. 
This opportunity for travel is one of the 
many advantages of the NROTC pro- 
gram. 



Third Company 



Company 





InSPORTS-Our 



colors, white and blue, were 
unfurled in glory. UUe carried them 
high to victory; school spirit 
reached an all-time high; and 
"Let's Go Carolina" resounded 
from Texas to UUashington and back 
again to the Hill. 




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fl Record Year In 



Carolina had a great football team this year. It went through a 
tough ten-game schedule with only a tie to mar its record and at 
the close of the campaign was invited to participate in one of the 
nation's top post-season bowls, the Sugar Bowl. There the Tar 
Heels bowed to a rugged Oklahoma eleven, 14-6, but that defeat 
will not make Carolina fans forget the glory that the Blue and 
White captured in the 1948 campaign. Tar Heels will not forget 
the brilliant team with its handful of stars, but its host of great 
ball players. The sport ye^r of 1948-49 will probably go down 
in the records as the year of the great grid machine, but the story 
doesn't end there. It was the year that the baseball team went to 
the semi-finals of the NCAA tournament after proving that it was 
the class of the Big Four, the Southern Conference, and the South- 
east. It was the year Vic Seixas won the Conference singles cham- 
pionship and performed well enough in the summer tourna- 
ments to rise from ninth to seventh in the national rankings. 
Harvie Ward won the North-South Amateur Golf Tournament 
and the track team literally ran away with the Southern Con- 
ference title. And to start the fall quarter rolling, the youthful 
soccer team claimed the Conference championship. 

1948-49 will also be remembered as a year of expansion for 
University athletics. Carolina teams that long rated with the best 
in the South, branched out to seek national laurels. The swimming 
team, which last year won the Southern Conference meet with a 
record score, led the movement. Meets were slated with such 
nationally known swimming powerhouses as Ohio State and La- 
Salle and the NCAA championships, attracting the best swimmers 
from throughout the country, was held in Chapel Hill for the first 
time. And once again a Tar Heel football outfit will play in New- 
York City; meeting not the class of the East, the South, or the 



These three men helped hurl Carolina to the Southern 
Conference championship: Vinnie DiLorenzo (left). 
Goalie Al Williams Frank Robinson (center) and Tommy Andrew. 



Coach Chuck Quinlan oversees practice in the wres- 
tling room. 



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Carolina Sports 



West, but the class of the nation — Notre Dame, But in quoting 
the long list of honors and triumphs, one should not forget that 
they are merely a part, and a small part at that, of the University 
athletic program. High on the list of achievements should be the 
fact that 2,853 students participated in intramural athletics this 
fall. The anonymous student, who gets a chance to play ball for 
his fraternity or dormitory made up the number and it is he and 
his roommate who can truly testify to the comprehensiveness of the 
athletic program at Carolina. 




Teammates Bob Mitten (left) and Bob Cox carry Charlie 
Justice off the field after the Duke game. 




O. K. Cornwell, Head of the Physical Education 
Department. 




Dan Nyimicz (5) dribbles by GWs Phil McNiff (4) while 
Coy Carson (12) stands in the background. 




Harvie Ward (left) and Frank Stranahan, whom the Tar 
Heel linksman defeated in the finals of the North-South 
tournament. 



400-yard freestyle relay quartet (left to right) : Jesse 

Greenbaum. Steve Osborne, Floyd Drew, and Dick Star distance man S.nm 

Twining. Magill. 





sporting a brand new clubhouse, the Monogram 
Club continued its policy of serving the campus 
under the leadership of President Gus Johnston. 
The Circus Bar, featuring wood carvings by Carl 
Beotgetter, was opened to the public and served as 
a meeting place for residents of the upper and 
lower quads and the quonset hut area. The club 
lounge was also among the new features and the 
dining room v/as made available to the student 
body after the football season. The Monogram 
Club can also boast some responsibility for the card 
stunts which proved so successful during the foot- 
ball season — for the money to purchase the cards 
came from the club treasury. The Monogram Club 
was originally founded to foster friendship among 
the winners of Carolina letters and the Club didn't 
neglect this phase of the program. A beer party at 
Hogan's Lake ushered in the fall quarter social 
season for the Monogrammers and letter-winners 



President Cus Johnston 




of past years were honored at a buffet dinner at 
the clubhouse following the Duke-Carolina game. 
The outstanding spring project for the Monogram 
Club was the Blue-White football game, which 
culminated spring drills for the gridders. This 
year marked the third renewal of the series. 

Officers for this year were: Gus Johnston, 
President; Bob Hutton, Vice-President; Dan 
Nyimicz, Secretary-Treasurer; Bill Pritchard, rep- 
resentative to the Athletic Council; and Dan 
Breeden, Historian. 




Monogram Officers (.left to right) : Gus Johnslon, Presi- 
dent; Bob Hutton, Vice-President; Dan Nyimicz, Secretary- 
Treasurer; and Bill Pritchard, Representative to the Ath- 
letic Council. 



Bottom Rote (left to right) : Jack Sharpe, Bill Buffaloe, Jack Wichard, Bob Hutton, Steve Osborne, Gerald Cook, Gil Beam, Irv 
Zirpel, Eddie Knox. Bill Maceyko, Joe Bach, Cookie DiChiara, Sid Varney, Dave Willis, Buddy Spain, Bob House, and Doug 
Thompson • Second Row: Tommy Andrew, Frank Jones, Stan White, John T. Gregory, Clark Taylor, Andy Traiiavitch, Hal In- 
gram, Wade Isaacs, Pete Hexner, Bill Speigel, Norm Sper. Dave Ferebee, Don Skakle, George Vestal, Fred "Rip" Ryan, Laddie 
Terrell, Duncan MacCallman, Jim Mericka, Charlie Rice, Duke Wilder. Taylor Thorne, Jim Hunt, Cal Fisher, Frank Hooper. 
Jesse Greenbauni. Gus Johnston and Dan Nyimicz • Third Row: Bobby Weant, Len Szafaryn, Joe Romano, Bob Warren. 
Halstead Holden, Bob Mitten, Coy Carson, Oscar Gupton, Phil Kemp, Tom Williams, Bill Moore, Fred Saunders, Bill Joyner, 
and Fred Sheiman o Fourth Row: Collier Cobb, Dick Twining, Charlie Norton, Will Hobbs, Stan Marczyk, Dan Breeden, 
Max Cooke, Merl Norcross, Art Weiner, Mike Loftus, and Ike Norwood • Fifth Row: Mike Morrow, Jack Ross, Nemo Near- 
man, Bob Seligman, Dave Sobel, Bob Morrow, Bill Wardle, Ronnie Basescu, John Bippart, Jack Moody, Fred Ogden, Dick 
Hollander, Dick Taylor, and Bill Pritchard. 







Head Coach Carl Snavely beiiig carried from ihi' liild <>ii 
the shoulders of his players after the Texas game. 



LEN SZAFARYN 

,411-Soulherii tackle 

HOSEA RODGERS 
Tar Heel co-captain 



Football . . . nineteen 



DAN STEIGMAN 
Tnr Heel co-captain 

ART WEINER 

All-America entl 




Carolina coaching staff (left to right) : Head Coach Carl 
Snavely, Head Freshman Coach Crowell Little, Assistant 
Coaches Jim Gill, George Radman, Russ Murphy, and Max 
Reed, and Assistant Freshman Coach Walt Pupa (center). 




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Coach Carl Snavely's fourth season at CaroUna since 
his return in 1945 saw the Tar Heel football stock 
rise to its highest point since the great clubs of the 
early 1900's. For the second time in three years the 
team accepted a bid to the Sugar Bowl, with Okla- 
homa annexing a close 14-6 decision. But during the 
regular season the football warriors of Carolina 
romped through a rigorous schedule of ten games 
undefeated, with only a tie to William & Mary to 
blemish an otherwise perfect slate. Capably led by 
Co-Captains Hosea Rodgers and Dan Steigman, the 
Tar Heels met and defeated some of the best teams 
in the land, with no less than four opponents receiv- 
ing bowl bids despite losses to Carolina. 

The fine record didn't go unobserved nationally. 
Carolina ranked third in the Associated Press grid rat- 
ings for the year and second on various other surveys. 
Tailback Charlie Justice was honored with a first 
string berth on every major AU-American team, and 
Art Weiner, Len Szafaryn, and Hosea Rodgers re- 
ceived mention on numerous other mythical all-star 
elevens. Box Cox also received widespread acclaim for 



booting 33 points after touchdowns in 37 tries. But 
credit for the year goes to the entire squad — otifensive 
and defensive teams and reserves. All performed in 
the finest Tar Heel grid tradition of greatness. 



Forty-Eight 




All-America tailback Charlie Justice (left), and 
Southern fullback Hosea Rodgers. 



New Orleans Bound — Bottom Row (left to right): Joe Romano, Sid Varney, Bob Mitten, Don Hartig. Mike Rubisli, Co- 
Captain Dan Steigman, Co-Captain Hosea Rodgers, Charlie Justice, Haywood Fowle, Ben Perry, Eddie Knox, and Johnny 
Clements • Second Roui: Billy Hayes, Pete Rywak, Len Szafaryn, Art Weiner, Bobby Weant, Ted Hazelwood, Max Cooke, 
Jim Hendrick, Chris Shay, Fred Sherman, Ir\' Holdash, and Bill Maceyko • Third Row: Billy Britt, Bill Flaniisch. Bob 
Kennedy. Fred Bauer, Larry Klosterman, Ken Powell, Chan Highsniith. Joe Neikirk, Joe Cospito, Ed Bilpuch, and Billy 
Slate • Fourth Row: Stan Marczyk, John Culbreth, Tom Bostian. Tom Kain, Howard Horton, Gus Purcell, Bob Koontz, Ed 
Washington, Lou Bledsoe, Walt Winius, Joe Augustine, and Bob Cox • Top Row: Bob Reynolds, Paul Rizzo, Bill Wardle, 
Joe Curtis, Al Bernot. Fred Brady, Dick Fetherolf. Roscoe Hansen. Fletcher McLane, Merl Norcross. and Dick Bunting. 







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The opening of the 1948 football season found the 
Tar Heels very definitely in mid-season form. Texas 
University, a team which had routed Carolina by a 
34-0 count the preceding year, was the unlucky op- 
'- ponent as Coach Carl Snavely's charges swept to a 
glorious 34-7 victory. Old-time Tar Heel sports ob- 
servers termed the team's play the best opening game 
performance in Carolina grid history. Some 43,500 
fans, a record opening game crowd at Kenan Stadium, 
were on hand to witness the spectacle. The visiting 
Longhorns were conservatively rated as seven point 
favorites in pre-game odds. But they were literally 
"swept off their feet" as Charlie Justice, Johnny 
Clements, and Hosea Rodgers sparked the Tar Heels 
to three quick first quarter touchdowns. Carolina 
added to the Texas humiliation with two final tallies 
in the fourth quarter. 



Bobbv VTeaiit (33) blocks out two Texans to clear the wav 
for Charlie Justice (22) 



Guard Bob Mitten 




Guard Sid Varnev 



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UnC 21 -Georgia 14 



Surviving a poor first half in which they trailed, 7-0, 
Carolina's Tar Heels came roaring back in the final 
two periods to post a 21-14 triumph over a potent 
University of Georgia team. Charlie Justice raced to 
all three Tar Heel touchdowns before 43,000 enthusi- 
astic fans at Sanford Stadium, the Bulldogs' home 
field. Georgia took the lead midway in the first 
quarter when Eli Maricich intercepted a pass and 
romped 70 yards to a Bulldog touchdown. But 
Justice took command of the situation in the second 
half, crossing the goal after runs of 9, 14, and 83 
yards. Bob Cox booted all three extra points. Caro- 
lina threatened many other times and held a big edge 
statistically. The Tar Heels gained 196 yards rushing 
and 226 passing for a total of 19 first downs, as 
compared to only three for Georgia. 




238 pounds of Ted 
Hazelwood moves ii 



Wingback 
Fred Sherman 




With Dan Steigman (67) and Sid Varney (60) to clear the 
way, Charlie Justice takes off through the Georgia line 




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Fullback Billy Hayes 



Blockinzback Bobbv Weant 




Hosea Roclgers (70) just misses going over ugaiii^t Wake 
Forest, but the big fullback kept the ball away from an 
unidentiiiecl Wake Forest player and scored Carolina's 
fourth touchdown on the very next play. Kenny Powell 
(53) and Dan Steignian (67) are the other two identifiable 
Tar Heels. 



UnC28-UUake Forest 6 

After two successful intersectional ventures, the Tar 
Heels returned to Old North State competition and 
handed a strong Wake Forest eleven a 28-6 setback 
before 27,500 fans in the Deacons' Groves Stadium. 
Charlie Justice, Bill Maceyko, Bob Kennedy, and 
Hosea Rodgers shared equally in the Tar Heel touch- 
down parade, with Maceyko's tally coming on a nifty 
33-yard run. Bob Cox had another perfect day on 
points after touchdown, kicking four in four tries. 
The win provided sweet revenge for the Tar Heels. 
Wake Forest, along with Texas, was one of the two 
teams able to defeat Coach Snavely's men the pre- 
vious season. 



End Kennv Powell 



Tackle Len Szafaryn 



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Bobby Weaiit stalls the Wolf pack attack. An Weiner (50) 
and Larry Klosterman (80) are also in the picture 



UnC 14-State 

A heavily-favored Carolina team had to stage two 
spectacular goal-line stands in the first half before 
finally coming through in the final half for a 14-0 
win over N. C. State's determined Wolfpack, tradi- 
tional Tar Heel rivals. Hosea Rodgers and Bill Fla- 
misch were the chief operatives in a 50-yard Caro- 
lina scoring march late in the third quarter for the 
first touchdown. And Charlie Justice and Art Weiner 
teamed up in a beautiful 52-yard pass play in the 
fourth quarter to insure the victory. 




Charlie Justice gets 
up steam 



End Ed Washington 



End Mike Rubish 



Center Dan Steignian 




UnC 34-LSU 7 



Louisiana State's Tigers, the next obstacle on the Tar 
Heels' path to an unbeaten season, proved no match 
for the smoothly-functioning Tar Heels, who pro- 
ceeded to mark up a 34-7 decision over the visitors 
from the Bayou State. A crowd of 41,000 in Kenan 
Stadium witnessed the men of Carl Snavely romp to 
their fifth straight win. Five players divided the scor- 
ing honors, with Bob Cox, Ken Powell, and Bobby 
Weant scoring after receiving passes, and Justice and 
Rodgers tallying on running plays. 





Art Weiner goes ui 
after a long one 



Bobby Weant snags a Rodgers pass 
in the LSU end zone for Carolina's 
fifth touchdown, making the score 
.■}4-7 ill favor of the Tar Heels. Bob 
Kennedy (74) is on the far right. 



UnC 14 — Tennessee 7 

A first quarter surge which netted two quick touch- 
downs enabled Carolina to extend its winning streak 
to six straight, but the game developed into quite a 
struggle for the remainder of the afternoon before a 
fighting Tennessee eleven was checked, 14-7, before 
50,000 frenzied fans in Knoxville. A pair of touch- 
down passes from Charlie Justice to Bill Flamisch 
and Art Weiner accounted for the Carolina scoring. 
Tennessee countered with a touchdown aerial of its 
own later and threatened to tie the game on a 90-yard 
scoring jaunt by Hal Littleford which was called back 
by a clipping penalty. 




Hal Littleford (17) scampered 90 
yards on this play, but it was all for 
naught as the "Tennessee Clipper" 
dumped Hosea Rodgers (70) and 
the play was called back. Littleford 
is running laterally now and the 
picture shows how Art Weiner (50) 
and Len Szafaryn (51) were also 
blocked out when Littleford took a 
sharp left turn. 





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With Bob Cox (69), Len Szafarjn (51), and Paul 
Rizzo (66) providing interference, Charlie Justice 
(22) heads around the William and Mary left side. 
That's Hosea Rodgers (70) kneeling in the back- 
ground. 



Tackle Stan Marczyk 




unc 7-uu & m 7 

Carolina's string of 13 consecutive victories, which 
extended over a two-year span, came to a startUng end 
in Kenan Stadium as William and Mary's Indians 
battled the Tar Heels to a 7-7 deadlock. Carolina 
had complete statistical domination, rolling up 17 
first downs to one for the visitors. But three Tar Heel 
fumbles and four pass interceptions wrecked the of- 
fensive. The tie proved costly, for it knocked Caro- 
lina out of tiie Southern Conference championship. 



BUickingback Paul Rizzo 



Wingback Bill Flaniisch 



Wingback Bob Kennedy 
moving on the famed 
double reverse. 




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1 here goes Justice again, this time nith Sid Varne> 
(60) and Bill Flamisch (52) in the forefront 



UnC 49 - maryland 20 

Maryland's luckless Terrapins had the misfortune 
of catching the Tar Heels on the rebound from the 
William and Mary tie the previous week, and the 
men of Coach Snavely rolled to a 49-20 win before 
35,000 fans in Washington, D. C. Maryland scored 
first, but the alert North Carolinians roared back to 
take a 28-7 lead at half-time and then coasted in to 
victory. Despite the 29-point win, Maryland picked 
up 349 yards rushing and passing to only 179 for 
Carolina. Maceyko led the Tar Heel offensive with 
two touchdowns, both scored on long runs after pass 
interceptions. 



End Bob Cox 



Tailback Bill Macevko 





Wingback Johnny Clem- 
ents takes a crack at the 
double reverse. 



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Hosca Roflgers picks his 
head up while making 
a sizeable gain against 
the Blue Devils. 




Bob Kennedy picks up ground behind Paul Ri/.zo (66) 
and Ted Hazel wood (81) 



UnC 20-Duke 

With prospects of a bowl bid just around the corner, Carohna turned 
on the pressure in the second half to master its traditional rival, Duke 
University, by a 20-0 count. 44,000 fans jammed every corner of 
Kenan Stadium for the renewal of the ancient series. The stubborn 
Blue Devils, who now have not beaten Carolina in three seasons, put 
up a great defense throughout the first half. But Charlie Justice pulled 
the Tar Heels out of the doldrums with an epic 43-yard touchdown 
dash through the entire Duke team in the third quarter to break the 
scoring ice. Art Weiner, rangy Tar Heel end, scored the other two 
touchdowns after hauling in passes from Justice and Hosea Rodgers. 



Thev never run with the ball, but thev make the offense click: 

Tackle Chan Highsmith (90). Guard Bob Mitten (42). Guard 

Sid Varnev (60). and Tackle Ted Hazclwood (81) 




UnC 34-Virginia 12 

Charlie Justice, sparkplug of the Carolina team all 
year, came through with what perhaps was his finest 
game of the year in the season finale to lead the Tar 
Heels to a 34-12 decision over Virginia. The victory 
provided Carolina with its first undefeated season 
since 1898. Justice got oft touchdown dashes of 80 
and 50 yards, passed for two more tallies, and figured 
prominently in a long drive which netted the fifth 
touchdown. A capacity crowd of 25,000 in Charlottes- 
ville, Va., witnessed Justice's spectacular offensive 
pyrotechnics. Immediately after the game, the Tar 
Heels accepted an invitation to participate in the 1949 
Sugar Bowl contest. 




Center Irv Holdash 
And so llie end of another, and perhaps the greatest, football season 



Wingbacks Merl IVorcross (left) 
and Billv Britl. 





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Tliis is the fiiiuous Justici-lo-IIighsiiiilli liil<r:il, wliiili <iiliiiiiiat<(l a 25-varfl gain l>? Cliarli.- Justice (22). lying on llu- 
ground. Chan Highsniith (90) is at righl. while guard Bob Mitten (42) is at left. Paul "Buddy" Burris (67), Oklahoma's 
All-America guard is following the play. 

Sugar Bowl — Oklahoma 14... 




Up goes the coin and 
the fifteenth annual 
renewal of the Sugar 
Bowl is on. Carolina's repre- 
sentatives are Co-Captains 
Hosea Rodgers (70) and 
Dan Steigman (67). Oklahoma's 
Co-Captains are Wade Walker (70) 
and Homer Paine (71). 



Bob Kennedy (74) picks up eight yards on a double reverse 
late in the first period, which set up Carolina's lone score 
of the contest. Blockingback Eddie Knox (34) is in the 
center of the picture. 




For the second time in Carolina's history a postseason 
bowl, the Sugar Bowl to be exact, beckoned a winning 
Tar Heel football team and for the second time in 
three years. Blue and White partisans journeyed to 
New Orleans only to witness a Carolina defeat. The 
Tar Heels started oft before a capacity crowd in 
mammoth Tulane Stadium like the proverbial house 
afire and it looked as if Carolina was going all the 
way. An attempted pass, however, into the flat from 
Charlie Justice to Eddie Knox fell into the hands of 
Sooner fullback Myrle Greathouse, who galloped to 
the U. N. C. 13 and, several plays later, Oklahoma 
had its first touchdown. The Tar Heels fought back 
and in the closing seconds of the first quarter, Hosea 
Rodgers smashed through the line for six points. 
The score stood at 7-6 until midway in the third 
stanza when Jack Mitchell completed a long pass to 
Frank Anderson on the Carolina 10. That set up the 
Sooners' second TD and made the final score 14-6, 
Oklahoma. 



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Johnny Clements (20) brings down Oklahoma's George 
Thomas (25) after the big Sooner halfback picked up about 
three yards in the third quarter. Bill Wardle (62) and Len 
Szafaryn (51) follow the play. Jimmy Owens (81) and 
Jack Mitchell (26) are the other Sooners in the picture. 




The Carolina bench in the closing minutes of the contest at 
which time Carolina was trailing, 14-6. Coaches Carl 
Suavely and Max Reed are at left. Identifiable plavers are 
Kenny Powell (53), Bobbv Weant (33), Bob Mitten (42). 
Charlie Justice (22), and Paul Rizzo (66). 




This shot gives some idea of the size of Tulane Stadium, 
home of the Sugar Bowl. The Carolina band is performing 
on the field as part of the halftime ceremonies. 





All-America Charlie 
Justice poses with 
Head Coach Carl SlKl^.Iv 
(left) and broadcaster 
Harry Wismer just before game- 
lime. 





Tar Heel forward line 
(left to right) : Joe 
Barli, Dave Ferebee, 
Dave Boak, John Lang- 
ley, and Tommy Jordan. 



Co-Caplains Jesse Greenbauni 
(left) and Frank Nelson 



Gus Johnston 



Soccer 

In only its second year of intercollegiate competi- 
tion, the Carolina soccer team climaxed a highly 
successful season by claiming the unofficial Sou- 
thern Conference championship. After dropping 
their opening game to Navy, the hooters of 
Coach Marvin Allen completed their schedule 
without a loss although two games ended in a 
tie to give the Tar Heels a 7-1-2 record. Jesse 
Greenbaum and Frank Nelson captained the 
hooters. Dave Boak was high scorer with seven 
goals while the defense, which limited the op- 
position to an average of a goal a game, was 
led by Greenbaum, Nelson, Gus Johnston, and 
Al Williams. 



Carolina Soccer Squad — Bottom Row (left to right): 
Bob Plumb, Tommy Jordan. Jack Pfautz, AI Wil- 
liams. Co-Captain Frank Nelson. Co-Captain Jesse 
Greenbaum. Gus Johnston. Dave Sobel. and John 
Langley • Second Roiv: Jim Gwynn. Bill Moore, Andy 
Cornish. Nick Sowell. Dave Ferebee. Joe Dorsett, 
Buck Blankenship. and Earl Betts • Third Row: Bill 
Lyon. Joe Bach, Steve Wollman, Duncan MacCallman, 
Mac Hagaman, Mac Shaw, and Lee Gliarmis • Top 
Row: Manager Jim Merritt, W ally Vreeland. Lou Bow- 
man, Pete Hexiier, Dave Boak. Basil Jackson, and 
Coach Mar>iii Alien. 




Basketba 



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A seven-game winning streak, including wins over Maryland 
and Arizona, opened the season for the Tar Heels and helped 
to dispel some of the gloom around Woollen gym concern- 
ing Carolina's basketball future. For Head Coach Tom Scott 
and Assistant Coach Pete MuUis had only three letter-winners 
and one reserve returning from last year's squad, which won 
20 games while losmg seven, and the general pre-season 
consensus was that no one should expect too much from the 
■White Phantoms. The veterans came through, however, and, 
with the addition of several new men, the basketball season 
started off with a bang. One of the early highlights of the 
campaign was an invitation to appear in the Camellia Bowl 
in Hammond, Louisiana, December 28 agamst the University 
of Arizona. This was the iirst real test for the Tar Heels and 
they responded with a 60-49 victory that raised Carolina 
basketball stock considerably. 



Camellia Bowl Winners — Bottom Row (left to right) : 
Manager Bill Spiegel. Rip Ryan. Coy Carson, Heath 
Alexander. Charlie Thorne, Hal Ferraro, and Assistant 
Manager Lee Woody • Middle Row: Floyd Cihnore, 
Bill White, Irving Turk. Thorne Gregory. Darius 
Wells. Dan Nyimicz. Hank Lebed, and Hugo kappler 
• Top Row: Head Coach Tom Seott, John Tsantes, 
Pete Peters. Benton Bennett, Nemo Nearman, Howard 
Deasy. Terry Holmes. Jack Wilkerson, Norm Mitchell, 
and Assistant Coach Pete Mullis. 







Nemo Nearman and his wk 








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Dan INviinioz (5) drives through an opening in the George 
Washington defense with helpful screening hy John Tsantes 
(11) and toy Carson (12). Rip Ryan (8) is at the far right 
with the fop of Nemo Nearnian's head visible in the upper 
left hand corner. There weren't enough holes in the Colonial 
defense, however, for GW took a 64-41 decision. 



Charlie Thorne 



Basketba 



Coy Carson (12) seems to have the 
ball almost in his grasp, but there 
is still a look of determination in 
the eyes of Hugo Kappler (14) and 
the two Maryland players converg- 
ing on the inflated sphere. 




Head Coach Tom Scott (left) 
and Assistant Pete Mullis 



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upset victory. The locals started the season badly 
with mediocre showings in the Florida and Carolina 
relays and lost their first dual meet to Georgia Tech. 
The Blue and White came back, however, to salvage 
the season with successive triumphs over Virginia, 
N. C. State, Navy and Duke. Three Tar Heels took 
individual honors in the Conference meet as Carolina 
successfully defended its laurels. Dick Taylor cap- 
tured the 120-yard high hurdles title while Bob 
Seligman won the discus event and Bill Joyner was 
crowned high jump champion. Seligman, who led the 
team in scoring, also set two University records in the 
weight events while co-captaining the team with two- 
miler Jimmy Miller. 

Three's played an important part in the 1948 
cross country season as the Tar Heels won three meets, 
lost three and came in third in tlie Southern Confer- 
ence meet. Highlighting the campaign was the show- 
ing of Sam Magill, who won five straight contests 
and lowered the course record twice. Captain Julian 
MacKenzie and Frank Hooper, a promising sopho- 
more, also starred for the harriers. 



Cross Country Team — Bottom Row (left to right) : Otis 
Honeycutt, Dick Gregory. Ken Mattox, Dave Cameron, and 
Avery Rhyne • Middle Row: Frank Hooper. Jim Hunt, Bill 
Burgess, Edward Garner, and John Ross. Top Row: Captain 
Julian Mackenzie. Norm Barringer. Jerome Lewis, Sam 
Magill, and Coach Dale Ranson. 




Mile Relav Quartet (left 
to right): Bob Black, 
Buddy Spain, Percy 
Flowers and Stan White. 



Jimmy Miller 



Cross Country Big 
Three (left to right) : 
Frank Hooper, Captain 
Julian MacKenzie, and 
Sam Magill. 




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The Grappling Grunt and Groaners — Bottom Roiv 
(left to right) : Phil WoolIooU, Carrol Fisher, Eugene 
Pickett, Basil Kosinskv, and Jim Madison • Second 
Rote: Manager Bill Weatherly, Paul Edmundson, Phil 
Kemp, Oscar Gupton, Bill Mead, and Joe Augustine 
• Third Row: Kenny Hoffman, IVorman Booker. Rav 
Swigart, Edmund Turnley. and Charles Harless • Top 
Row: Lewis Farrar, Bernard Harris. Bob Blades, John 
Sloioff, Chester Ensign, and Wendell Vest. 





Head t^oach Chuck Quinlan (left) 
and Assistant Coach Irv Zirpel 



UUrestling 

Another small squad faced Coach 
Chuck Quinlan this winter when 
workouts for the wrestling team com- 
menced, but with several strong hold- 
overs in the middle weights from last 
year, prospects didn't look too black. 
Veterans Oscar Gupton, Phil Kemp, 
and Carroll Fisher were expected to 
pace the Tar Heels. 



Carroll Fisher 




Baseba 



According to all advance notices. Tar Heel baseball 
fans and Coaches Bunn Hearn and Walter Rabb 
weren't supposed to be blessed with a world-beating 
nine, but the Carolina team threw away the form sheet 
and by the end of the season both the Big Four and 
the Southern Conference titles were residmg in Chapel 
Hill and the locals had won the right to represent 
District 3 in the National Collegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion tournament. The Tar Heels came out ahead of 
Washington and Lee, Alabama, and Georgia Tech 
in a special playoff to gain a bid to the Eastern NCAA 



tourney where they defeated Illinois before being 
eliminated by Yale and Lafayette. Carolina clinched 
Conference laurels in a thrilling finish which saw the 
issue in doubt until the closing days of the campaign. 




Basfball (Coaching Staff (left to right): Jayvee Coach 
Henry Hou»e. Head Coach Bunn Hearn. and Assistant 
Coach Walter Rabb. 



Bottom Row (left to right) : George Whitted. Co-Captain Jim Hamilton. Co-Captain Jim Hayworth, Coach House, Coach 
Hearn, Coach Rabb. Jim Kelly. Kenny Black. Frank Jones, and Rip Ryan • Middle Rote: Assistant Coach Claude Crocker, 
Doc Cranford. Tommy Andrew. Will Hobbs. Emniett Cheek. John Gregory. Harry Reason. Ott Evans, and Vinnie DiLorenzo 
• Top Roic: Dallas Branch. Andy Tranavitch. Frank Robinson. Jack Brasington. Buster Steven>oii. Ray Blair, Dean Cassell, 
Sid \ arnev, and Manager Bill Buffaloe. 



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Baseba 



Superb pitching, airtight fielding, and the 
ability to win the close ones — seven of the 
Tar Heels' 17 victories were by a single 
tally — were the surface reasons for Caro- 
lina's great success. The never - say - die 
hustle that earned them the appelation of 
the "Gas House Gang" enabled the base- 
ballers to compile their great 17-6 record 
against some of the best diamond aggrega- 
tions in the nation. The victories were team 
triumphs, too. There were many stars on 
the 1948 baseball team, as proven by the 
large number of players signing profession- 
al contracts at the close of the campaign, 
yet no one man can be pointed out as 
solely responsible for the team's superla- 
tive showing. A large portion of the success 



Andv Traiiavitch 




Kniiiiell Cheek 



of the "Gas Housers" was due to their fighting co- 
captains, Jim Hayworth and Jim Hamilton, who 
sparked the team from their infield positions; third 
and second base, respectively. In addition to their 
leadership and fielding ability, Hayworth's big bat 
played an important part in the winning season. 

Southpaw Vinnie DiLorenzo was the big man on 
the pitching staff with a 6-3 slate for the regular sea- 
son and three NCAA victories. DiLorenzo's top per- 
formance was a 10 2/3 inning no-hit job against N. C. 
State, which the Tar Heels finally won in the eleventh, 
1-0. Frank Robinson and Ray Blair were the top 
righthanders for the Hearnmen. Centerfielder and 
leadoft-man Kenny Black led the Tar Heel sluggers 
with a .337 mark; closely followed by Will Hobbs at 
.333. Jim Kelly was tops in the runs-batted-in depart- 
ment with 21. The title of the most promising man 
on the squad probably belongs to Andy Tranavitch, 
however. Only a freshman, Tranavitch took over the 
first string catching position midway in the campaign 
and held it for the remainder of the season. Blair and 
star shortstop Fred "Rip" Ryan were elected to cap- 
tain the 1949 Tar Heels. Other letter winners were: 
Tommy Andrew, Harry Beason, Dallas Branch, Jack 
Brasington, Dean Cassell, Emmett Cheek, Ott Evans, 
John Gregory, Frank Jones, Sid Varney, and Manager 
Bill Buffaloe. 



1948 Outfielding Crew (left to right): 
Kenny Blaek, Ott Evans. Jim Kelly, Harry 
Beason, and Frank J 



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Tennis 



Winning all but one of their 21 matches, Carolina's 
tennis team added another remarkable season to 
the record of Coach John Kenfield. The only loss 
of the campaign came at the hands of William and 
Mary and gave the Indians the Southern Con- 
ference title. Captain Vic Seixas paced the local 
netmen and climaxed the season by winning the 
Conference singles championship. Seixas was side- 
lined Nvith glandular fever midway in the season 
and was forced to miss the crucial William and 
Mary match. Clark Taylor played in the second 
slot for the Tar Heels with Ray Morris third. 
Triumphing m 18 straight matches, Don Skakle 
completed his third undefeated season of colle- 
giate play. Other letter winners were: Charlie 
Rice, Heath Alexander, Stan Gruner, Duke Wilder, 
and Jim Ingram. 



1947 Tennis Team — Bottom Row (left to right) : 
Manager Carter Woolfolk. Ray Morris, Sam Daniels, 
Heath Alexander, and Laslie Danieron • Tof) Row: Duke 
Wilder, Charlie Rioe, Clark Taylor, Captain Vic Seixas. 
Don Skakle, Stan Gruner, Assistant Manager (Jeorge 
Crowell, and (^oaeh John Kenfield. 



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Bob Cox 



Jack Brantley 



Golf 



Playing erratic golf all season, Carolina's linksmen 
completed their season with a record of six wins, four 
losses, and one tie. With five men missing from the 
19-17 Southern Conference championship outfit, the 
Tar Heels finished fourth in the Conference tourna- 
ment. When the team was hot, it was as good as any, 
but Carolina showed the marks of a team in the build- 
ing by its off and on playing. Harvie Ward led the 
team through the campaign, placing second in the 
Conference tourney. Ward gained national recogni- 
tion when he won the North and South Amateur 
Tournament in Pinehurst by defeating such well- 
known performers as Dick Chapman and Frank 
Stranahan; the latter in a thrilling one-up final. Be- 
sides Ward, Coach Chuck Erickson's starting sextet 
was composed of Bob Cox, Jack Brantley, Roy Mac- 
Kenzie, John Oliver, Jr., and Frank Brooks, Jr. 



Tar Heel Linksmen (left to right): Harvie Ward. Bob 
Cox, Harvey Oliver, Jack Brantley, and Frank Brooks. 
Missing are Roy MaoKenzie and Dan Nvimicz. 




Coach Chuck Erickson 




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Cninpii- Vollev Ball Cham- 
piuiis. Phi Camilla Delta. 




ntramurals 



More than any amount of words, the fol- 
lowing figures showing that 3, "508 different 
individuals representing 68 organizations 
participated in 1,973 contests last year 
illustrates the success of the intramural 
program at the University. All told, the 
Intramural Department sponsored 19 dif- 
ferent activities throughout the year, rang- 
ing from Softball and tag football to box- 
ing, debating, and rifle shooting. As part 
of its plan for getting as many students to 
engage in intramural athletics as possible, 
points are given for participation as well 
as performance and a well-rounded pro- 
gram, containing at least one sport for 
every student, is presented. The student 
who is unable to compete in varsity athlet- 
ics is the prime beneficiary of the mural 
program, but intramural athletics are also 
aimed at the varsity man, who would other- 
wise be idle during the off-season. Anyone 
is allowed to compete in an intramural 
tournament unless he has won a letter in 
that sport or is a member of the freshman 
or varsity team which is currently compet- 
ing in that sport. 

The fraternities make up one of the two 
mural divisions while the dormitories and 
independent outfits comprise the other. 
Champions in each league are chosen in 



rains behind the Intramural Department : 
Rabb (center) and asiiistants Gales Perrj 
and Dave Burnev. 





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Campus Tag Football Champions, Zeta Psi 



every tournament and then a playoff is held 
to determine the campus winner. The big 
event of the intramural program is the 
annual spring Sports Carnival which fea- 
tures playoffs for all-campus titles and ex- 
hibitions by varsity and visiting profession- 
al athletes. A rotating trophy is presented 
to the organization in each division which 
earns the most points during the year. The 
intramural program at the University is 
headed by Walter Rabb, who is assisted 
by Gales Perry and David Burney. 



Campus Table Tennis Champions. To» 





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Cheerleaders 

Card stunts, louder and fancier cheers, and 
bigger and better pep rallies in the far corners 
of the football world were all part of the "new 
regime" in Carolina cheerleading, the prophet 
of which was Head Cheerleader, Norm Sper. 
The spectacular card stunts naturally were the 
big item of the football season, next to the 
rampaging Tar Heels, but the new Carolina- 
Duke victory bell also added to the spirit of '48. 



Head Cheerleader Norm Sper 



Members of the cheerleading squad gather around the Carolina-Duke victory bell. Kneel- 
ing (left to right) : Sara Jane Farlow, Gail Hancock. Becky Holton, and Claudia Lee 
• Staiulitig: Bill Ayers, Wray Farlow. Norm Sper, Joe Chambliss, and Durwood Jones. 





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Seated: Beckie Holton. Carolyn Guthrie, Doris Beasley, Barbara Ann Pope. 
Randall Hudson, Lucille Arnott, Mildred Koon, Jean Marie Lester, Barbara 
Bess • Standing: Sally Woodhull, Margaret Booth, Peppy Lucas, Ruth Baine, 
Pat Winslow, Caroline Tillett, Mintie Cantrell, Ann Eutsler, Elizabeth Brown- 
ing, Frances Barns. 

UUomen's Athletic 
Association 

The purpose of the XX^omen's Athletic Association is to develop 
qualities of leadership, to promote interest in women's athletics, and 
to provide opportunities for participation in varied campus sports. 

The Association sponsors intramural tournaments in a variety 
of sports. Coeds may participate through their dorms or sororities or 
through organizations. 

All women students automatically become members of W. A. A. 
upon entering the University. President of the Association this year 
was Randy Hudson. 





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Freshman Football Team — Bottom Row (left to right) : Willard Hord, David Wiley, Chris Carpenter, Joe Dudck, Dalton 
Ruffin, Andrew Shveda. Bill Kuhn, Bob Yenlcrs. and Egbert Williams • Second Roic: C. C. White, Clarence Tatum, James 
Wright, Tom Stevens, Bill Kelso. Mike Carver, John Reuther, Bill Graham, and Julian McGee • Third Row: Andy Miketa, 
Joe O'Brien, Grover Walser, Paul Cuba, Dick Penegar, Mike Galifinakis, Leon Carson, Julian King, Bob Gantt. and Bill 
Chambers • Fourth Rote: Bob Page, Buford Lewis, Joe Carr, Dick Wiess, Fred Brady. Glendon Nickerson, Dick Bestwick, 
Ted Hesmer, and Joe Mclntyre • Top Row: Assistant Coach Bill Pritchard, Head Manager K. P. Lindsey, Assistant Manager 
Roger Williams, Line Coach Harry Furman, Trainer Marion Parker, and Assistant Manager Hamlin Caldwell. 



Freshman Sports 



Freshman Cross-Country Team — Bottom Row (left 
to right) : Buzz Field, Don Thurber, Hubert Teer, 
Fentress Seagroves, Jim Conoly, and Chan Barks- 
dale • Top Row: Jack Rowland, Gene Brigham, 
Ed Dixon, Gordon Hamrick, Al House, and Fresh- 
man Coach Dick Hollander. 



Frosh Booters — Bottom Row (left to right): Bud Sawver, 
Bill Rhoades. Ernest Montgomery. Eddie Foy, Tom Wil- 
liams. Bob Shore, and Allan Milledge • Middle Row: Henry 
HutaiT, Bill McCaslim, Arthur Winsor, Dick Jacobson, 
George Stephens, Jim Hammerstein, and Jim Wellons • 
Top Roiv: Assistant Coach Frank Nelson, Ed Betty, Charles 
Trent, Clement Wright. Fred Lorie. Manager Walter 
Umstead, and Head Coach Marvin Allen. 




With the return of the freshman ehgibihty rule, the 
nickname Tar Baby took on new importance at Caro- 
lina as coaches once again scoured the campus for 
"diamonds-in-the-rough", who might develop into 
varsity material with a year's training and experience. 
Last spring the emphasis was on junior varsity athlet- 
ics with freshman outfits often being drawn from 
the jayvee squads. The one outstanding trend visible 
in almost every sport was that the record of the "B " 
Squad closely paralleled that of the varsity. The base- 
ball jayvees had the best season last spring; copping 
10 decisions while dropping only five and producing 
several players who will probably be cavorting regu- 
larly with the varsity this season. The freshman foot- 
ball team developed into the only undefeated and 
untied outfit in the University this fall as they tri- 
umphed in five straight encounters. The yearling foot- 
ballers numbered Duke, N. C. State, Wake Forest, 
Virginia, and South Carolina among their victims. 
Freshman teams in soccer and cross-country also 
competed successfully last fall. The frosh basketball 
team started the season off well by winning five of its 
first seven ball games and the wrestling and swimming 
aggregations were expected to further brighten the 
winter sports picture. 



Tenuis Jayvees — Kneeling (left to right) : Phil 
Kennedy, and Lew August • Standing: Guy Kirby. 
Bob Luxenburg, Don Fitch, and Paul Keenan. 




Freshman Swimming Team — Bottom Row (left to right): 
Charles Small, Kent Williamson, Arthur Greenbaum, All- 
man Beanian, and Wayne Gates • Middle Row: Kirby 
Ambler, Jack Cohen, Bob Raskin, E. C. Smith, Jack 
Marcus, and Cecil Martin • Top Row: Manager Charley 
Dwiggins, David Darr. Bill Roberson. Dwight Moody, Her- 
man Shultz, Bill Fulwiler, and Freshman Coach Bob 
Ouslev. 




Freshman Wrestling Team — Bottom Row (left to right) : 
Freshman Coach Irv Zirpel, Joe Baron, "Chigger" Quails, 
Buddy Dotson, and Bob McGinisey • Top Row: Tom Coxe, 
Bob Pickard. Barry Farber, Bob Lovick, and Winder 
Hughes. 




Freshman Basketball Team — Bottom Row (left to right) : 
Coach Jim Hamilton. Karl Hill, Dick Harter, Lennie Guyes, 
Hani Crowder, and Buddy Johnson • Middle Row: Frank 
Redding, John Slemp, Jim Reuning, Lawrence Cheek, and 
Roger Paschal • Top Row: Manager John Patseevouras, 
Marion Godwin. Frank Eckert. Basil Barr. Guy Smith, and 
Henry Schact. 

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inourFRRTERniTIES 

and sororities we gained lasting 
friendships and learned the meaning 
of true loyalty. UJe lived on frat 
row, and wished for a sorority court, 
and we were friendly rivals in 
sports, politics, and scholarship. 



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FERNE HUGHES 
President 



Pan- 



The Pan-Hellenic Council feels that this 
year has been a successful one on all 
counts. With the publishing of the Pan- 
Hel Manuel, the Council improvised 
and simplified the system of formal 
rushing. 

Pan-Hel Council joined with C.I.C.A. 
during Orientation Week in the pres- 
entation of a fashion show in honor 
of the new coeds. 

The social activity of the year turned 
out to be a bang-up bazaar affair given 
in March. The dance was semi-formal, 
the main purpose being to raise money 
for the adoption of a war orphan. 
Competitive booths were the center of 
attraction. 



Plaiilalioii party at the Tri Delt House 



In the spring, Pan-Hel had its annual workshop for the outgoing and 
incoming members. Plans were also made and completed for May Day. This 
gala atfair was the highlight of the spring quarter. New rushing rules were 
made to go into effect next year. 

Following their tradition, the Council awarded the annual silver loving 
cup to the sorority with the highest average in scholarship. 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of three representatives from each 
sorority and two from the Stray Greeks. The Advisor is Miss Audrey Branch. 

Officers this year were: President, Feme Hughes; Vice-President, Lucile 
Arnot; Secretary, Kit Finney and Mary Glen Slater; Treasurer, Tandy Lacey; 
and Scholarship Chairman, Edie Knight. 



Hellenic Council 



Seated: Kathriiie MrMillan, Edie Knight, Tandy Lacey, Lucile Arnot, Feme Hughes, 
Twig Branch, Kit Finney, Harriet Sipple, Jean Roberts • Standing: Babs DeWitt, Ann 
Cooper Knight. Helen Stephenson, Becky Holton, Sue Stokes. Molly Craig. Kay Holten, 
Jo Butler. 





S, ,!(,,/ M.ir> I .jiuiHi. Julia McHeiir*. Ja.kir Sharp. 
• >rconil Row: Graoo Blades. I'ledgo Master. Louise 
Alsup. Ann Green, Kitty Havnaes, Peggv- Martin, 
Augusta Young, Mary Billings, Margery Williams • 
Third Row: Anita Gales, Helen Hord, Nona Edge, Lee 
IVoll, Charlotte Wilson, Audrey Donnan, Eleanor 
Young, Ann Faulconer, Patricia Denning. 



History 



Founded nationally May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan 
College, Macon, Georgia. 

Beta Upsilon Chapter founded at University of North 
Carolina November 11, 1939. 

Colon: Pale blue and white. 

Flower: Violet. 

Publication: The Adelphean. 



OFFICERS 
President .... Katherine McMillan 

Vice-President Grace Blades 

Treasurer Ann Keen 

Secretary Mary Louise Powe 

House Manager DoRIS Beaslei' 



Beta 




Upsilon 



Chapter 



RIpha 
Delta Pi 




P<;ge 330 




Hello, ever)'body, how do you do? . . . ADPi harmonizers 
tuned up for rushing ... 26 wonderful pledges plus trans- 
fers, Lucy and Varena ... a green piano, thanks to Helen 
and Ann . . . lock. Ma, no hair . . . Grace, the script writer 
. . . pin-ups Fran, Sarah Jane, Bonnie, Jane. Trish. Sarah, 
and Louise . . . Sigma Chi Derby with Fran their Sweetheart 
. . . Shelley's would-be Florida trips . . . Mary Anna off to 
see Sleepy . . . Acute poison ivy extending Mary Lou's 
Washington week-end . . . Oops, another fuse . . . Navy 
funerals held by Connie and Katherine . . . Daniel Boone 
blazing a trail from Florida to see Beverly . . . Claudia, 



Sarah Jane, and Gayle cheering the '48 Choo-Choo Express 
. . . Marilyn's trip to Philly for the Army-Navy game . . . 
Anky's newly acquired taste for Sody Pop . . . Judge Powers 
declared Queen Claudia "most natural beauty" . . . Sarah 
Jane, Mary Louise, Ann, and Audrey in Yack beauty court 
. . . Bonnie with her new diamond . . . Edie on Mademoi- 
selle College Forum . . . Doris wielding a wicked racket 
. . . Mrs. Rambo serves at Sunday night open houses . . . 
Suzanne instructs during pre-Christmas knitting fever . . . 
Merrily we rolled through a wonderful year. 




Rita Adams. Frances Angas. Doris Boaslev, Grace Marie Blades. Iris Lee Bosl, .Merrily Brooks. Mary Anna Dunbar. Sarah Jane Farlow, Betsy Fountaii 
Gavle Hancock. Jane Hunter. Ann Keen. Edie Knight. Claudia Lee. Kalhrrn McMillan. Helen Phillips. Mary Louise Powc. Carolyn Roper, Shelley Ropei 
Anne Royster. Suzanne Small. Beverly Jean Smith, Helen Stephenson. Marilyn Strohkorb. Mvra Welsh, Mary Louise H illiams. Lucy Whitehead. 




Alpha 

Gamma 

Delta 



Loucille Rieley, Barbara Thomas, Nancy Curtis, Jo 
Ann Armstrong, Ellen Smith, Byra Mitchell, Kath- 
arine Linton, Kitty Allizer, Maroia Hubbard, Kitty 
St John, Eleanor Hope Newell, Peggy Neal, Obeda 
Hood, Sandra Sisk, Sally Osborne, Aileen Warren. 
Pat Chandler, Mary Ann Hopper, Frances Swain, 
Svea Ogg, Marion Powers. 



History 



Founded nationally May 30, 1904, at Syracuse Uni- 
versity, Syracuse, New York. 

Gamma Epsilon chapter founded at the University of 

North Carolina in 1945. 
Colors: Red, butf, and screen. 
Flower: Red and buff roses. 



OFFICERS 

President . . . . . . Bi:cky Holton 

Firs/ Vice-President .... Jean Snyder 

Treasurer Mary McGougan 

Recording Secretary . . . Jean Somervell 
House Mvhiger Sally Jackson 




Gamma "DtWI^, Epsilon 
Chapter 





Our new house becomes a home, with the help of paint and 
a picket fence . . . football games and fraternity parties . . . 
nightly serenades . . Ruby White wears a Pika pin . . . our 
presidents four: Sue, Ann, Butch, and Jean . . . Janie's 
interest at State . . . Ruth monopolizing the telephone . . . 
our home-coming display takes first place . . . Pris's South 
American experiences . . . Peggy's convertible taxi service 



treasury books . . . Alice just chatting' . . . pledges' float 
wins Sadie Hawkins parade . . . Binny returns with a 
diamond . . . our Valkyries doing their bit . . . Beckie and 
Lucille cheerleading for our victorious team . . . Libby's 
mad dashes to eight o'clock class . . . Pat and politics . . . 
Emily's nightly calls from Duke . . . Jackie and Judson 



Jean and her goldfish 



Mary slaving over the saying good-night as Sally locks the door. 




Ruby \?hile Arnold. Lucille Arnott. Emily Baker, Janie Blalock, Anne Carlton, Mary Ann Daniel, >ina Davis, Virginia Forward, Jackie Coodwin, Becki. 
Hollon. Libby Ann Koontz, Sally Jackson, Alice Middlcton, Priscilla Moore, Ruth McCann, Mary McGougan, Pat Mc^utt, Jean Snyder, Jean Somervell, Su. 



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Chi 
Omega 



Top Roto: Anne Lewallen, Barbara Austin, Estelle 
Suddreth, Sara Wakefield, Frances Powe, Mary 
Louise Rice, Betty Heath • Second Row: Carolyn 
Van Sant, Sarah Barbee, Polly Rudolph, Caroline 
Tillett, Musette Brown, Mecia Eure, Gene Frances 
Caraher • Seated: Betsy Ross, June Fleenor, Nell Lee 
Greening, Helen Eppes, Mary Hill, Peggy Misen- 
heimer. 



History 



Founded nationally: University of Arkansas, Fayette- 
ville, Arkansas on April 5, 1895. 

Founded locally: University of North Carolina on 
January 20, 1923. 

Colors: Cardinal and straw. 

Flower: White carnation. 

Piiblicatioii: "The ELEUSIS" of Chi Omega. 



OFFICERS 

President Joan Butler 

Vice-President . . Mary Frances Johnston 

Treasurer Estelle Jones 

Secretary Marjorie Yokley 

House Manager . Barbara Ann Covington 



Epsilon 




Beta 



Chapter 





September, '48 . . . the house has its face Hfted . . . Stella 
supervising , . . dignified Alice scrubs back porch. . . . 
Rushing came with Dede and Perky turning Chi O charm 
on each other . . . Midgie the monotone vocalizing. . . . Fall 
Quarter under way with K. D. and five volley ball teams . . . 
M. A. and Stelle week-ending in Lexington and Mary Leah 
and Marietta week-daying in the Y court. . . . Jane, Pat, 
Marjorie, and Mrs. Clamp on the 11:00 "Streamliner". . . . 
Then football season with Tandy cheering Zeta's and 



Barbara Ann 'Gators. . . . Washington week-end; empty- 
house, victory, and Barbara's black eye. . . . "Dook" — and 
Corinne, Helen, Coop, and Frankie displayed the "new 
shape". . . . Super-sccial sociologists Martha B. and Ida. . . . 
Cashmere Kate . . . good "Lux" charm, Jean. . . . Sunday 
night coffee. . . . Rose, Coop, Murph making purty music 
. . . "Rat" teaches pledge Roberta the ropes. . . . We'll 
remember Joan's leadership . . . Carolina . . . Chi Omega 
always. 




Helen Bouldin. Ann Bumsardncr. Joan Butler. Jane Casslevens, Ida Constabl,-. B.ll- \nn f:.,„,„r. Barbara Ann Covington. CaroKn CaiUton, Maibellc 
Conley, Barbara Dalton. Belly Ann Dennett, Marietta Duke, Mary Dupree, Rose Field. Lurdelia Orant, Corinne Grinisley, Mar, Johnson, Aliee Jones, Estelle 
Jones, Mary Tandy Laey, Ann Cooper Knight, Stella Lassiter, Elizabeth Lyons, Jean McKeithen, Louise Moore, Pat Muirhead, Kale Myers, Cornelia Pe<ram, 
IV^-ev P,„HI..„„ VLill;. M..:..:. n:.,j=... o =_=.u >■ ._„nnt .^ . . .... Cay Williams, Marjorie Yoklev. Martha Best Yorke. 



Naney Pendleton, Willie Marjorie Riddiek, Bettye Smith, Mary Ann Tabor, Mary Leah Tho 




First Ron-, h-ft to right: Ann Gamble, Mary Willis 
Matthews. Pat Bailey. Louise Horner, Clara Jane 
Burroughs. June Crockett, Marilyn Seifert, Mary 
Angelyn McNease • Second Row: Barbara Payne, 
Sarah Cobbel, Muriel Fisher, Mac Copenhaver, Betty 
Dixon. Betty Smith, Jean Hines, Margeann White- 
hurst, Pally Ann Frizzell • Third Rote: Madge Crow- 
ford. Virginia Monfort, Jean Rankin, Muriel Fisher. 
Jo Anne Darden, Nancy Norton, Susan Tronibo. Jean 
Serpell. Frances Sowers, Connie Penn. 



History 



Founded nationally January 15, 1889 at Boston Uni- 
versity, Boston, Mass. 

Alpha Sigma Chapter founded at the University of 
North Carolina, April 9, 1943. 

Colors: Silver, gold and blue. 

Flower: Pansy. 

Pr/bl/Ciit/on: "The Trident". 



OFFICERS 

President Pegg\- Ann Lucas 

Vice-Presideni Hilda Sharkey 

Treasurer Eleanor Woltz 

Secretary Marjorie Norris 

House Manager Joan Lucas 



RIpha ^S S 



Chapter 



igma 



Delta 
Delta 
Delta 





A wonderful year becomes the past . . . but memories of it 
will always last . . . Rushing, pledging, the cute new girls 
. . . Fashion fads, loss of curls . . . Phi Betes Milly, Pat and 
Pet . . . Elinor and Margie, this year's bet . . . Cattie, May 
Queen, Pet in the Court . . . B. A.'s forever, "Sign up your 
sport" . . . Feme, Pan-Hel prexy, Drene girl too . . . for 
weeks we used just one shampoo . . . Faith and Lynn kept 
us in the news . . . Peppy's quips chased away the blues 
. . . Babs and Margaret went to press . . . The Pika party, 
a huge success . . . Mintie, treasurer of the Senior Class . . . 



Deltas took over beauty enmasse . . . Joanie n Walt, Margie 
n Wade . . . Betty, Candy, Lil followed the pinup parade 
. . . Emily gained political ground . . . Busy Hilda just 
buzzed around . . . Heath and Jack, a pair for life . . . 
Mary Ross to become a wife . . . Lucky Betsy, Hilda, and 
Phyl . . . they'll never have to leave the Hill . . . KA parties, 
Sigma Chi cheer ... a special part of a glorious year . . . 
We've had lots of tun . . . but there's more to come . . . 
"You don't need a car, just follow the star. . . ." 




Faith Adams, Phyllis Bra<lsha». 
Hamtnack. GetIV Horton. LUIian 
Martha Paynr. Barbara Ann Pope 



Marilyn Blackwrll. Mintie Cantrell. Barbara dctt itt. Mary Uillard. Dolly Dunaway. Betsy Emory, Margaret Gaston. Man 
Hotard. Feme Hughes. Camilla Jonas. Isabel Kerr. Joan Lueas. Peggy Lucas. Betty McDonald, Margie Norris. Emily Ogbn 
.-. Jocelyn Rhync. Hilda Sharkey. Heath Harlsell Wiggins, Elinor W0II2. 



Pagt 307 




Bottom Roic, left to right: Jane Cower, Millicent 
Merker, Judr Nunnally, Norma Jean Dew, Ruth 
Whalen • Middle Row: Ann Marshall Enimert. 
Jaequelin Lewis, Ann Chandler, Betsy Honiniel, Julia 
Conipron, Lenoir Williams o Top Roiv: Betty Lokey, 
Jean Sloan. Pat Sullivan, Cone Denbo, Lucile Conly, 
Barbara Lowe, Marie Nussbaum. 



History 



Founded nationally April 28, 1867 at Monmouth 
College, Monmouth, Illinois. 

North Carolina Alpha Chapter founded at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina in 1925. 

Colors: Wine and silver blue. 

Flower: Wine carnation. 

Publication: The "Arrow". 



OFFICERS 

President Harriet Sipple 

Vice-President Weddy Thorpe 

Treasurer Virginia Nash 

Secretary Roberta Huffman 

House Manager Anne Wells 



riorth Carolina 




RIpha 



Chapter 



Pi Beta 
Phi 



Page 308 




We sailed the Greek Archipelago and nineteen wonderful 
pledges landed on Pi Phi shore . . . Our charming President, 
"Hatsy" . . . Charmian has letter trouble . . . Anderson's 
five-foot friend . . . Randy tapped by Valkyries — "Is this 
trip necessary?" . . . Charleen, our Homecoming Queen . . . 
Ducky and Sue follow in Eaddy's footsteps . . . Choo-Choo 
Corden enrolls in the "Spenser Course" . . . J. M. gets to 
the stadium early . . . Jeanie-Beanie-Reanie leads thru rush 
week ... In the vogue with Betsy Tom and Barbara . . . 
Molly and Roberta get diamonds . . . Jane, Weddy, Liddy 
Bet, Barbara, and Mary Glen pinned up . . . Kit, Julia, and 



Jane go north . . . Wedding Bells for "Wee" , . . The 
singing Royalls . . . Ginny always pinching pennies . . . 
Huske's SAE . . . Winning the volley ball championship 
. . . Chart-happy Anne . . . Sally operating a 26 hour day 
. . . Hunter's new efficiency . . . Three serenades in one 
night . . . Kalveries still must frap . . . Thanksgiving 
"open-house" and bruises from "spoon" . . . Our house- 
mother with midnight fudge . . . Sambo and Herb . . . 
Christman caroling, spring house parties, and Valkyries 
turning Kalveries in May ... all this, and we graduated 
too! 




Ann .Anderson, Hunlcr B.ll. Anna Black, Molly Blackburn. Ruth Butler, Barbara Cashion, Sally Ann Cordon, Kil 
Jane Griffin. Katherine Hudson. Randy Hudson. Roberta Huffman. Anne Huske, Betsy Tom Lawrence. Jean Mar 
Virginia Nash, Jane Painter. Elizabeth Rovall. Katherine Royall, Harriet Sipple, Mary Glen Slater, Barbara Si 
Walton, Anne Wells, Jean Williams, Sally WoodhuU. 



Finney, Charleen Greer, Charmain Griffin, 
e Lester, Louise Meade, Liddy Bet Myatt, 
ith, Bootsie Taylor, Weddy Thorpe, Sue 



Pagt 309 



The IFC, composed of two members from each fraternity, a president and a junior 
member, strives to unite fraternities and aid them in their aim to develop brother- 
hood, character, and personalities among their individual members. 

Under the very able leadership of President Jack Thompson, the IFC has made 
long strides in furthering its constructive functions. Among the more outstanding 
accomplishments, the Andy Burshak Interfraternity Scholarship Fund was officially 
effected. Under this scholarship, four needy students will be attending the University 
each year; Dr. John R. Mosely, voted the most outstanding fraternity man in the 
United States, was brought to the campus in an effort to strengthen the fraternities' 
relationship to each other and to the University; the IFC Court was reorganized and 
strengthened, reserving the right to try any fraternity for acts unbecoming frater- 



nterfraternity 



First Rote: Lyn Bond, Jr., Robert Kaufman, Randall Proctor, Morty Bergen, Roteher Watkins, 
Jr. • Second Row: Frank O. Miller, Bob Morrow, Andy Cornish, Jack Thompson, Joseph B. 
McLeod, Robert S. Feldman. Nobnian Black, Jr. • third Row: Robert E. Kirkland, Tom A. 
Vestal, George H. Grover, III, Theodore R. Wall, Marshall H. Roberts, Jr., Charlie Louder- 
milk, William H. WUson. 




Left to right: Andy Cornish, Chairman of IFC Court; Joe McCleod, Secretary; Jack Thompson, President; 
Norman Black, Jr., Chairman Rules Committee; Ted Young, Treasurer • TSot shotcm Bill White, Vice- 
President. 



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ounci 



nities of U. N. C, and to inflict any penalties as it sees iit; many 
constructive ideas were brought back from the two delegates 
to the National Interfraternity Conference; the N. C. Symphony 
Orchestra was sponsored in the fall. 

The IFC will continue to strive for the betterment of the 
fraternities, the interfraternity relations, the man as a student 
and as a citizen. 




JACK THOMPSON 
President 




Left to right: Bill Wilson, Charlie Loudermilk, Andy Cornish, Marshall Roberts, Allison Pell, Tom 
Jordan • i\ot shotvn: Jack Brantly. 



Pag* an 




RIpha 
Epsilon Pi 




Two Shmoos!! Al and Jerry getting that old "Some- 
body is Taking My Place" feeling , . . while Jake 
makes that last minute trip to Washington for the 
game . . . Podell-Big-Hell-Raiser-On-Campus . . . 
Herb, only French 1 Major . . . Fred — at the show 
again ! ! Unusual ? ? 

"Rock-a-by-Baby !" Is Blum "Cute" or Anti- 
"Cute"?? Joe still looking for the house . . . "Life 
can be beautiful" or Weiner gets divorced again , . . 
Zeke, Bob, and Jerry's trip to New York Thanks- 
giving with the 4 A. M. arrival Monday morning. 

Burlesque comes to our House ! ! Pelson Nosner — 
the original good humor man . . . Joe L. making that 
usual run to Salem to see F. R. . . . with his new 
Chevvie, no less . . . Has Nathan analyzed you yet? 
. . . Lightning strikes near the house while Marvin 
and Herb are arguing over Kings and Queens. 



Omega 




Chapter 




Officers 



President Albert S. Katz 

Vice-President . . . Joseph G. Lefkowitz 

Secretary Gerald Blum 

Corresponding Secretary . . Gerald M. Daniel 
Treasurer Leon Zimmerman 



History 



Founded at Washington Square Campus at New York 
University in 1913. 

Colors: Blue and gold. 

Flower: Fleur des Lis. 

Publications: Alpha Epsilon Pi Quarterly, The News- 
letter. 

Established at the University of North Carolina 
in 1937. 




Ceralo Blum, Robert Beyer, Gerald Daniel, M. Iwn Horimilz, Nuriiiaii Jacobson, Albert Katz, Joseph Lctko 
Moskowilz, Melvin Podell, Nelson Posner, Frederie Relehin, Joseph Sklut, Howard Weiner. 



Ronald Liss, Marx in Miller, Herbert 



History 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865. 

Colors: Azure and gold. 

Flower: White tea rose. 

Publication: Palm. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1879. 



Officers 

President Tommy Jordan 

Vice-President Mac Lofter 

Secretary Wallace Ashley 

Treasurer George Cochran 




Donald Aherne. Richard Allsbrook. Viall; \-lil.v Ir. I'hll Atkin'.on. ILirri Kill, rli. < k. Ii.hn Kippji t ,Niitli.iii Koo. ILiii Hrt<dt'ii, Ktifiis Bviiuni. Donald 

Carmirhael. George Cochran. Frank OoJ. man W i.l, I ,„>|ier. .loe Dor'.ctt. John Dunham. ( harl. % < iirhani. Janic I- wn^. John f allin Lee I'urr. Frank Good- 
mm. Jack Hadley. John Harrison. Charles H.ius. r lames Holt. Joseph Home. Tom Jordan. < harles Joiner. Kdward Jowier. 1- red K, arnes. Kalph Lee. Forrest 
Lockey. Jr., John Loflus. Robert MacRae, Robert MeiNeil. James ^orthrup. Samuel Pace. William Cage. V( illiam Ferry, Robert flumb. n illiam Rawls. Paul 
Reichle. Al Ruggles. William Spurlin. Amos Stack, George Stcnhouse, Jim Stephens, Peter Slrader, Walter Tallev, Charlie Tate, William Thompson. Russ 
Twiford, William Wolf, John Wooley. 



Page 3M 




Morehead Stack makes a point. "Mo" proves his 
artistic abilities as he puts the finishing touches on a 
surprisingly good piece of snow sculpture that he 
fashioned in the front yard. 

We usually recovered from the early fall football 
games by spending Sunday afternoon on the side porch 
talking over the highlights of the week-end. Some 
were still able to force a smile! 

Springtime is party time. Few week-ends went by 
that we didn't hit the wide-open spaces with a "new 
party ever)' five minutes." This one was at Morgan's 
Creek. 



RIpha ^R Delta 
Chapter 



RIpha Tau 
Omega 






The Betas have had a very successful year thus far 
and are hoping for a continued year of highlights. The 
year started with many football games and the return- 
ing of many alumni. 

Rushing came and with the finest group of pledges 
this old chapter has ever seen. During homecoming 
we tried to have the best display, and we think we 
did; thanks, to the men and their paint brushes. 

As in the past some needy family will receive a 
Beta Christmas basket. We can't tell what the next 
few quarters will hold, but there will be much study- 
ing, working together and, of course, the usual and 
unusual parties. 



Eta ^W Beta 




Chapter 



Beta 
Theta Pi 




Page 3/6 




Officers 

President .... George A. Bush, Jr. 

Vice-Presideiii James H. Spears 

Secretary .... J. Norman Black, Jr. 
House Manager . . . James W. B. Reid, Jr. 



History 



Founded at Miami University in 1839. 

Colors: Blue and pink. 

Flower: Rose. 

Publication: Beta Theta Pi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1852. 




Harold B. Bnrsley. Jr., George S. Cheeshoroush. David Evans. David K. Farr, Cyrus C. Frasier, Robert M. Gallant, WiUiam J. Goforth, .M. Rawlings Uargrave 
Fred S H.ll, Frank L. Home. Ralph \S . Hoyt. John B. Miles. Wilson M. Miles. Kenneth Powell, J. W . Berry Reid, Jr., William G. Shclton, James H. Spears 
Ralph Stoekton, Robert G. Stockton. Paul T. Von Bramer, Robert T. Whitlock, Oscar H. Yokley, Jr. 



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History 



Founded at Princeton University in 1824. 

Colnn: Scarlet and blue. 

P/ihlicjtion: Chi Phi Chakett. 

Established at the University of North CaroHna in 
1858 and 1922. 



Officers 

Presidenl JoSLPH B. McLeoij 

Vice-Piesidenl Ivan Rolader 

Secretary James Green 

Treasurer Edward K. Anthony 




Ed Anthony. Ken Arihcr. Buck Buchanan. Bob Collcv. Bill ( ..iiil. 1 Cm Cherrv. Bill Crosswcll. Hamp DaiLs. I.cs Da> is. Cliff Doll. Stacy Duncan. Jack CirarJ, 
Jim Green, Bob Hashrouck, Bob Kavanaugh. Charlie Louderniilk. Joe McLeod. C. B. Mcndcnhall. Horb Mitchell. Dale Morrison, Joe Neikirk. Vie Perry, Bob 
Pleuthner, Ike Rolader, Ray Shiplett. Johnny Sides. Dick Simpson. Bib Simpson. Charlie Tanner, III. Doug Thompson, Jim White, Dave Willis, Wilson 
Yarborough. 



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Jackie is the center of attention at the Chi Phi party 
for the Pi Phi pledges. This was one of the parties, 
possum hunts, and dinners held for each of the five 
sororities. 

A little ill at ease at first, we were soon down on 
our hands and knees having a great time with all the 
kids during the annual Christmas party for Elon 
Orphanage. 

Talking it over . . . After a whirlwintl rush week, 
\\c ended up with a pledge class of twenty-six fine 
boys, insuring a bright future for Alph.i Alpha. 



Alpha 




RIpha 



Chapter 



Chi 
Phi 





§i^ fel 



ii II III li 



Uittt 





Chi 
Psi 




Our building project wasn't complete by rushing, but 
we got 24 fine pledges anyway . . . Bulb-snatcher 
Grover and his "mirror run" to Durham . . . 

Montgomery's Sunday afternoon jam sessions . . . 
our new oresident, too . . . And hats oil to "Trenchie" 
for his great leadership as retiring number one . . . 
we had our fill of baseball talk with pros Kelly, 
Clayton, Cathey, and DiLorenzo around . . . Seixas 
and his South American tennis tour . . . 

"Truman" the cat rivals Polly for honors as house 
mascot . . . mass exodus to Washington . . . Abbott 
and his motto: "New party every minute " . . . Dennis 
converts library into a concession stand ... a great 
gang, a great year, with more to come . . . It's Chi 
Psi forever. 



RIpha 




Sigma 



Chapter 





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Officers 

President Robert Montgomery 

Vice-President Max Abbott 

Secretary RoY Gillikin 

Treasurer ROBERT Evans 



History 



Founded at Union College in 1843. 
Colors: Purple and gold. 

Publication: Purple and Gold. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1855. 




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R.-ginald Abboll. Dan Aslibv, Boh i:alliiv. Thomas Clayton. Leslie Cooke, Johnston Colvard. Eddie Cox. Albert Dickson. Percy Flowers. Rob. n E> ans. Uavid 
Fcrcbee, Richard Cibbs. Roy Gillikin, George Grover, William Hovis, Thomas Nurysz, Richard Jenrette, Harvey Johnson, James Kelly. Paul Keenan, Jerome 
Lancaster, Karl Lyon. Fredrick Matthews, Walter MeColl, James McManus, John Montgomery, Ralph Poller, Joe Proclor, Jerry Tools, Robert Walson, 
Luther Whillcv. John Wilson. Walker Worth. 



History 



Founded at Yale University in 1844. 

Colors: Scarlet, azure, and old gold. 

Ptihlicatiou: Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1851. 



Officers 

President S. Tinsley Campbell 

Vice-Presideni .... Paul M. Montague 
Treasurer .... Robert B. N. Francis 

Secretary G. Frederick Deans 

Corresponding Secretary . T. Benbury H. Wood 

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John Blades, Peter Burks. Samuel Campbell. Harry Carinichael. William Carmichael, Charles Cowell. V( illiaill Coxe. Riehard Dixon, William Dodson. George 
Dunlop, James Elwood. Riehard Fountain. Robert Frances. Rufus Gaul. Augustus Graham. Burton Jones. Ilenr< Langston. William Lee. John Lindlev, Stable 
Linn, Samuel Manning, John Meade, Paul Mengel, Charles Norton. Allison Pell, Royal Shannonhou,e, \S illiani Smith. Shahane Taylor. William Thorp. 
William Wiley, Thurman Williams. Franeis Winslow. Thomas Wood. Phillip \('oolleatt. 



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Gentlemen of Distinction!! The Pledge Class gets off 
to a roaring start at the traditional suds party for year- 
lings. Wright, Allen, DeRosset, having taken tips from 
older brothers, seem to have dope on how these affairs 
should go. 

Dr. Teles might be delivering a lecture on the art 
of mixing P. J. in a trophy cup, or maybe a cure for 
baldness. He manages to hold everj'one's interest 
except the lovers on the right . . . what could interest 
them .•* 

Visibility Zero!! The pledges' contribution to the 
pre-Duke float parade was this original idea. This 
choo-choo was different, though, 't wouldn't run ! 
Casey Jones Taylor and Neal Howard give steering 
instructions to Brinson. 



Beta 




Chapter 



Delta 

happa 

Epsilon 






Delta 
Psi 



Hey Honey ! Pull up some wall and sit down. Yes sir, 
this is it, the St. "A" Boardwalk Cafe and Uncle 
Tony's Four Men of Distinction, so draw a Brew and 
we'll have a word or two. 

Who's the clown that put the Ginger Ale on the 
table.'' Come on Myles, smile, won'tcha? Looks like 
the T. V. went St. "A" for the night. What no stags? 
Aw, give us a break, huh .'' Hey George you look kinda 
Foxeyl Please don't hide Maralyn, Cornish, we're 
all interested. 

One of our rare moments away from the library. 
Dick Gordon never did catch that pass. Oh well there 
were others! And not all made on a football field I 



XI 




Chapter 



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History 



Founded at University of Columbia in 1847. 

Colors: Blue and gold. 

Established at the University' of North Carolina in 
1854. 




H.r>>,'rt Bodnian. Andrew Cornish, Emory Elmore. Elliston Ficro. Charles Fox. Theodore Fussell. Richard Cordon. Alton Ha, nes, Robert MacMiUan. Sa 
Magill. Frank Miller. John Pfautz. Richard Pilling. \« illiam Pritchard. David Scheremerhorn, Harold Shaw, Francis Strong, George Strong. 



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History 



Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. 

Colors: Crimson and old gold. 

Flowers: Magnolia and rose. 

Publication: Kappa Alpha Journal. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1881. 



Officers 

President Marvin Lee 

Vice-President .... Joe Satterthwaite 

Secretary James Bulla 

Treasurer Wendell Saunders 




Harold Amos, Vance Anderson, Dan BeM, Bruce Berkeley, Carl Braswell, Al Brown. Bill Brown, Jim Bulla. Handsel Bulls, Gus Cain, John Cooper, Ed 
Davenport, Henry Dowdy, Dick Dunlea. Will Fellus. Dick Ferguson, Harry Fremd. Clyde Garner. Bob Gentry, Henry Ghcen, Charles Gibson. George 
Grizzard, Jim Harvey, Herbert Howell, James Johnson, Arthur Jones, Bob Kelly, Bob Kirby, Marvin Lcc, Dave Lindsay, Nicholas Long, Vates MeConnell, 
Ralph Marshall. Lester Martin, Jeter Mooneyham, Dover Moore, Kemp Nixon, Harry Northrnp, Neil Patrick, Welborne Phillips, Leigh Rodenbough, Joe 
atterthwaite. Jack Schofield. Bob Sing, Brooks Shnping, Bob Sloan, Miles Smith, Al Spencer, John Stump, Tom Lrquhart. Clyde Wall, Tom Wharton, Nat 



Willi; 



Wa 



Williard, Moo Y: 



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How happy can new pledges get ? Remember ever)'- 
thing showed off rush week ? . . . Two Bob Kirbys ! 
. . . Shuford's intra-mural pep talks . . . the Feltus- 
Butts team . . . Friendly nicknames: "Nose-drop", 
"Beagle", "Rabbit". "Duda", "Shoulders", "Sneaky". 

To hell with squirrel! Shoot that bull! . . . 
Bayne's barbecue . . . "Good Eye" Rodenbough's 
chapter meeting law making . . . Grizzard and Wil- 
liams' coeds . . . "Champ" Urquhart's Washington 
house detective . . . Smith, Stump, and Davenport's 
politics . . . All the way. Spaugh's Megs! . . . 

By golly, a four-man KA Quartet! What to sing 
about? . . . Old South Ball in Raleigh; Gheen and 

Berkley in sideburns . . . Jones' "geetar" . . . Satter- 
thwaite's pin-up . . . Moore's jitterbugging . . . " — 
where the Kappa Alphas are!" 



Upsilon 




Chapter 



Kappa 
RIpha 






Kappa 
Sigma 



Washington trip . . . Horse had to go . . . Jimmy wore 
a hat . . . Skip dated New Jersey . . . Duncan passed 
. . . Kyle met equal (Judy) . . . McCar)' got cold, 
why? . . . Jane Lee and Charlie toured Washington 
. . . Sylvia and Goal just toured. 

Clarence served the punch ... we put on name 
tags . . . and rushed like hell ... to hear Hazel Scott I 

Kappa Sigs discover Claudia Lee . . . first sweet- 
heart of chapter . . . Kelly did the honor . . . every- 
body had a voice in it . . . did someone mention 
Gooch I ! ! 



RIpha 



if mu 



Chapter 




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Officers 

Presidenl Bob Kellv 

Vice-Preside)!! GEORGE Sibold 

Secretary Bill Duncan 

Treasurer Ed Brennegar 



History 



Founded at University of Virginia in 1869. 

Colors: Scarlet, green and white. 

Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publications: The Caduceus, The Star and Crescent. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1892. 




Evan Armstrong, Harry Bateman. Edwin Brcnegar, Cowlcs Bristol. Fitz Caudle. Bill Clavbrook. Joe Combs. John Cordon. Philip Coueh. Bill Cowan, Bill 
Duncan, Bob Ensslin. Lindsay Fer!;uson. James Garrison, Hugh Griffin. Bob Harris, Cordon Heath. Dwight Hinkle. Ernest Holbrook. Rothsehild Holden. 
Charles Johnson, Waller Johnson, Walter Jones, Joe Kumpe, Robert Kelly, William Kvle. Bill Little. Alex Marsh. John MeCary, Philip McKinne. Leon 
Melvin. John Moffitt. Walter Montgomery. John Moselv, Jim Moss, Robert Newell. John Norwood. Hubert Olive. William Olsen. Richard Palmer. Edwin 
c. Roland Pavlor. Warren Perry. Conway Rose, Bruce Sanborn. George Siblod. James Smith, \( illiam Smith. Frank Stallings. Lee Roy Stanley, Cary 



Taylor, Arthur Ltlcy, F. A. Whil 



William White, George Whitfield, Carl Williams. Jack Woodho 



History 



Founded at Boston University in 1909. 

Colors: Purple, green, and gold. 

Plower: White rose. 

Piiblicatioir: Cross and Crescent. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1926. 



Officers 

President Warren Wilson 

Vice-President .... Daniel McClain 

Secretary John McDuffif 

Treasurer Joseph Knight 

Social Chair/nan Gene Blake 




Thomas 4bbotl. Crev Adams. William Aldridge. Paul Basohon, Cone Blako. Curtis Clauson. Su-phi-n Cole, Pfytoo Cox, George Daughtr, , Ralph Davis. John 
Dameron. Joseph Duke, Robert Edwards, Frank Cossett, Robert Green. H. G. Hankins. Robert Holmes, Leiand Jones, William Kirven. Charles Kniphl. Joe 
Knight, Kenneth Lineback, Leonard Lopez, David MeAdams. Sidney McAden, Daniel MeClain. John MeDuffie, Joseph Moon, Waldburg Morel. William 
Prinee Randall Proctor. William Rogers. >orman Self. David Smith. Albert Stuart. Aubrey Talbert, Warren Wilson, John ^ ork. 




"Yep, the year started 1" Another great year with a 
promising outlook ... 30 new pledges . . . football 
season "came in like a lion and went out like a lion" 
. . . touched otF by a trip to the Sugar Bowl and visits 
to New Orleans ! 

"Tea parties, too!" Perhaps we should forget, but 
will long remember those parties, sorority teas, and 
"bull" sessions . . . then, modern "Diz" Gillespie 
Streetman . . . "Colonel" Gray . . . Altar bound 
Kinsey . . . 

"Somebody say party?" "Where's the party?" 
Proctor . . . "Got any money?" Knight . . . "Old 
Man" Prince . . . "the Hertfort Kid" Rose . . . 
"where's Dottie?" York, and lastly, "Sure!" Blake 
. . . It's been fun ! I 



Gamma 




Ru Zeta 



Chapter 



Lambda 

Chi 
RIpha 









Football season brings back the alumni and Phis from 
everywhere . . . The doors are always open and the 
welcome mat is always out. 

"Phi Delta Theta, We Love You . . ." are old. 
familiar words with Brother Dempsey holding forth. 

"Alouette, Gentle Alouette . . ." and Brother 
Strayhorn leads the boys in a little impromptu song. 



Beta '^^p Chapter 



Phi 
Delta 
Theta 





Officers 



Preiident R. H. Watkins 

Vice-President .... Fred Covington 

Treasurer William Gamble 

Pledge Master .... Ralph Strahorn 



History 



Founded at University of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) in 
1848. 

Colors: White and blue. 

Flou'er: White carnation. 

P/tblications: The Scroll, The Palladium. 

Established at the Universit)' of North Carolina in 
1885. 














Lronard Allen. William Andpfws. Charles B.nnolt. Harvi-y Brinkle%. James Brovhill. Harr< Bu.h.iiian. William Bull 

Coolev. Alton Copridge. Treadwell Covington. Travis Davenport. Donald Dcmpsev. Robert Eserton. Harper Elam. Ev< 

George. James Godwin, William Green. William Basket.. .Marvin Horton. Frederiek Houser. Aubrev Johnson. Eugene Johnson. Aldenjon 

Robert K'lleffer Marv.n Koonee. Robert Koonts, Frederiek Mallard. Harold Morrow, Cornelius MeDonald, Robert MeLeod, Edward O- - 



ge Carr. John Clements. Roger 

Elliott. Joseph Fitzgibbons. Robert 

" nc Kendall. 

Pritchett, 



William Rand Harold Rouse William Sailer, Raymond Sheely. Marshall Spears, Thomas Stokes, Ralph s'trayhorn, JamesTliomas, James Thrash, Eugene 
i"''"l7'ii, *"-'•»'• Jan-cs Waldron, Harry Watkins, Rotcher Watkins, Aldolphus Williams, Allan Williams, Andrew Williamson, Charles Wilson, William 



Woolfolk 



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History 



Founded at Washington and Jefferson College in 
1848. 

Colon: Royal purple. 

Flower: Purple clematis. 

Publication: The Phi Gamma Delta. 

Established at the Universit)' of North Carolina in 
1851. 



Officers 



President . . . . 
Treasurer . . . . 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Historian 



Marion A. Woodbury 

Lewis T. Nunneleh 

Robert L. Hutton 

John D. Flemming 

David L. Ormond 




Harrison Barbee. Hrrnian Brvson. Charles Chaplin. Richard Ch.atham, .lohn Cobb. Ray Cunn.r. Ja.-k U.Vorc. .lack Edw ar<I«. William Ellington. 
Jack Farmer. John I'lcming. James Fori. Haywood Fowle. Richard Gibson. John Hammer. Richard Hanson. Weddell Harriss. Lloyd Hedriek. Robinson Hicks. 
Matlhcx Hodgson, Waller Holl. Hugh Horton. Perry Hudnell. Robert Hullon. Claybornc Irby. Allen Koenig. James Lanier, Jessie Long. LeRoy Marshburn. 
Carl Mathis. John Mayo. William Mayo. Dixon McLean. Frank Meadoy.s, Charles Northend. Lexis Nunnelee. Dayid Urmond. John Orr. Marion Parker. Wil- 
liam Sexton, Charles Siccloff. Robert Smith. Will Smith. Horace Stacy. Sanford Thompson. Alex Watkins. Edward Watson. Archibald Webb. John Webb. 
Jack Whichard, William While, Lemuel Whilsetl. Noah Wilson. Marion Woodbury, William Young. Benjamin YeUertoo. 




Rushing is over and it's "White Star Day" for Brad- 
ford Cantwell, officially welcomed as pledge brother 
in Phi Gamma Delta by Dick Hammer. Their expres- 
sions tell the story. 

King Poisson and court mix a red hot Dook Stew" 
for pre-game festivities on the Duke-Carolina week- 
end. Brothers Crump, Cothran, and Williamson assist 
on "The Best Moving Display" in the Pi Kappa Alpha 
contest. 

After the dance . . . Fall Germans, 1948 . . . Bob 
and Jo, Bill and Marion, and "Ploops " and Marilyn 
relax in the den and appear ready for a new party any 
minute. 



Epsilon 



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Chapter 



Phi 

Gamma 

Delta 






Phi 
Kappa 
Sigma 




Presenting the new model pledge class with numerous 
features designed to assure brilliant performance for 
Phi Kappa Sigma in the years to come. Head spark 
plug is cheerleader Durward Jones. 

Looking as relaxed as a Pullm.an porter at three 
in the morning are these loungers in the foreground; 
•Judge" Hester, W. H. J. Hippie, III, 'Barrister' 
Franks, and "Three' No-Trump" Powell. 

Hogging the bus is "Bambi" Barab, dream boy of 
the Atlantic City Beaches. Please note that Phi Kaps 
also drink milk, contrary to what you've heard else- 
where. 



.■Ji.-^A 



Lambda |' 




Chapter 







Page 336 



Officers 



President .... Floyd G. Huffman. Jr. 
Vice-President .... Claude A. Crocker 

Secretary MoRRis Knudsen 

Pledge Master . . . Thomas A. Alspaugh 



History 



Founded at University of Pennsylvania in 1850. 

Colors: Old gold and black. 

Flower: Goldenrod. 

Publication: Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1856. 





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EPi 



z^:r K:^. 






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William Albright. Thomas Alspaugh. Richard AlWin,oi.. J.,i,„, Auslin. Rubs.II Baldwin. John Barab. Richard Barab. John Beard. William Bell. Ronald 
Boyles. William Brown, Richard Chamberlain. Joe Clawson. James Covington, Charles Dobbin. Dewev English. Frank English. Joseph Foster. Joseph Franks. 
John Gale, Smith Hagaman, Frank Hann. Vennon Hayes. William Hippie. Charles Homan. Flovd Huifman. Edward Johnson. Morris Knudsen. Charles 
Lowrimore. Samuel .McCauIey, George McLcod. Woodford Middleton. Fred Mills. Michael Moncure. James Munden, John Otterburg, Fred Patterson. Guion 
Phillips. Farrel Potts, Joseph Powell. John Rogers, Robert Rutherford. Elbert Rutlcdge. Yancey Sandlin. Harrv Savvas, Allan Sherman, William Sholar, 
Edwin Shuford, Edward Smith, Albert Spain, Daniel Sullivan, Wade Surralt, Plcx Transou. Donald Vincent. Herbert Volger, Percv Wall, Donald Ward. 
Lewis Warren, Charles White, Waller White, Forrest Willard. Dan W illetts. Robert W ilmoth. 



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History 



Founded at University of Virginia in 1868. 

Colors: Garnet and gold. 

Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publication: Shield and Diamond. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1895. 



Officers 

Preside)}/ Len Szafaryn 

Vice-President .... Carlyle Morris 

Secretary Wallace Kirbv 

Treasurer Charles Smith 

Corresponding Secretary . DUKE WiLLARD 







David Adams. William Allison. Charl.-s Bartlolt. James Boyles. Charles Br> an. Samuel Butler, Rarold Cunnen. Worth Chessi: 
Craver, Ed Darnell, Al Dvson, Ed Fleming. Jaek Ford. .Monroe Gardner. Samuel Green. Rov Gunter. Julian Hamrick. Zaek 
Henson, Charles Hondros, Earl Honeveutt. Harry Horlon. Bill Kellam. Rex Kennedy, \( allaee Kirbv. Casper Lamb. David 
Miller, Ed Moran, Carlyle Morris, Robert Morrison. Joseph Murphv. Channcey Pegram. John Pope, Jay Qninn. John Sadler 
John Simpson, Charles Smith, William Stephan. Bennett Stephenson. Len Szafarvn, Ted Wall. Duke Willard. James Willia 
Winfield, John Wolhar. 



n. cut Churn, Bill Cratt. Sam 
Harris. Fifth Hendrix, Grovrr 
Maekie, Joe Mauriee, George 

■, Vann Seerest, Moneue Siblev, 
. Robert Williams, Bernard 




Homecoming and here we are . . . Morrison up to 
par and second by far as Zack. Fleetwood, and Green 
look on the Homecoming Circus of the Pi Kappa 
Alpha with the House open to all. 

The Washington bus chartered by the "41" Club 
and outward bound as the troops . . . Fifth, Frog, 
Howard, Fleming, Morrison, Dad, Godwin, Duke, 
and Williams stand around with others of the crew 
in the background. 

The PiKAs in their more serious moments, typical 
of all, as Smiley sits afast as the photographer distracts 
him from the past, momentarily to study . . . others 
play throughout the night . . . Night All! 



Tau 




Chapter 



Pi happa 
RIpha 






•|i''(li 

**&i 



Pi Kappa 
Phi 




WE'LL GATHER AT THE RIVER ... Pi Kappa 
and guests taking a breather from studies. An after- 
noon at Hogan's Lake enjoying the scenery, the relaxa- 
tion and . . . er . . . each other's company. By the way, 
who let those guys in the picture? 

WE'VE GOT GREEK GODS, TOO . . . Duke 
has nothing on us. Here are Kappa's candidates. Or 
is it for "The Ugliest Man On Campus?" Anyway, 
comparison proves . . . come to think of it, what does 
it prove ? 

Come for a ride with me. Baby . . . Ain't nobody 
driving but us ! The Jeepster, well known car about 
town and accessories. 



Kappa 




Chapter 




Page 340 



Officers 

President Leland Close 

Secretary Walter Moore 

Treasurer Clell Bryant 

Historian Bill Moore 

Chaplain James Thompson, Jr. 



History 



Founded at College of Charleston in 1904. 

Colors: Gold and white. 

Flower: Rose. 

Publication: Star and Lamp. 

Established at the Universit)- of North Carolina in 
1914. 




f-^-t./ l-^^^J 



I'^^^.e: 




History 



Founded at Yale University in 1895. 

Colors: Purple and gold. 

Publication: Tripod. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1939. 



Officers 

Preiideiil Irv Fox 

Viie-Presidenl .... Frfd Swartzbhrg 

Secretary Jerry Weiss 

Treasurer Lenny Kaplan 




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107 Fraternity Court is the place, 
By brains and brawn it is graced — 
Bridge experts, ping pongists, bopsters too. 
Of them all we have a few. 

This relaxing is really well earned. 
For no honor this year was spurned — 
Scholastic cup, intra-murals, they're not rare. 
Winners this year we've had our share. 

This Sunday morning spirit is really keen, 
Not typical, but makes a good scene — 
For parties this year we've had a lot, 
And as usual Pi Lam was the spot! 



Omega 




Chapter 



Beta 



Pi 

Lambda 

Phi 





Sigma 

RIpha 

Epsilon 




Way out in front — Some call it Southern Hospitality 
— It's really operation week-end. And there's music 
inside . . . Bam Brantly and his bass take a ride . . . 
Stone — C'est bon I 

After the shipwreck party is over . . . We owe so 
much to Dot and Don . . . Yeah, a new cabin . . . 
Where's Bob? 

Winius not winning . . . No fireworks during 
quiet hour, please . . . It's safer than in the front hall 
... All out for the crow hunt . . . The best life of 
our years . . . 



XI 



Chapter 




Page 344 




Officers 

President James Wilcox 

Vice-President William Miller 

Treasurer Walt DuPre 

Secretary DoDGE Geoghegan 



History 



Founded at Universit}' of Alabama in 1856. 

Colors: Old gold and purple. 

Flower: Violet. 

Publication: The Record. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1857. 



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William Brnbow, Jack Brantlcv. Ruli.rt Conra.l. Robert Cowles. Stiiarl Cramer. Frank Curran. II, Ilr^ 1), al. Stark Dillard. Walter Dupre. Lloyd Fonvielle 
Cecil Cant. George Geoghegan. James Hadlev, Walter Harris. Ernest House. Frank Hill, Basil Jackson, John Lee, Raymond Mason, Daniel .Miller. Willian 
Miller, Kenneth Mountcastle, John Murehison, Red Newton, Marion Peebles, William Peebles. John Pittnian. Richard Prever. James Proctor. Haskell Phcit 
William Rulfin, Robert Shore. Wiley Smith, Laurence Sprunt. Claude Strickland. Richard Travis, Wilson Trotter, Henry Welfare, George Whitaker, Janiei 
Wilrox Walter W'inius. 



History 



Founded at University of Richmond in 1901. 

Colors: Red and purple. 

Flower: American Beaut)' Rose. 

P/iblii\!t!oii: Sigma Epsilon Journal. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1921 and 1947. 



Officers 

President James R. Nance 

Vice-President .... Roland P. Early 

Comptroller Joseph F. Jones 

Secrel^iry Harry Tsumas 

Historian George W. Atkins 




George Atkins, Don Alexander, John Baitv, Winfleld Baldwin I .,iii III 
Dillon, McNeer Dillon. Roland Early. Hugh Eberly. Charlts I c,l. > s „„ 
Herring, William Hood, Joseph Jones. Charles Linville, Trai) Loi.i.-hiir 
Winn. 



■ 1. .la.k Burney, Orville Coward, William Crow, Mar>in 
I ll^iildun. Everell Hampton, Wingate Hannah. Willard 
s. P.rey Weeks. \( illiam Wilson. Kav Winecoff, Newton 




"And what do you remember about last night??" Big 
bull-sessions at the house . . . newly decorated . . . 
paint, paint . . . get that wallpaper straight . . . All 
ready for that big turn-out homecoming week-end. 

"Harry's Can't Compare . . ." Much food, much 
fun, on a night at the Sig Ep House. 

"Beauty is its own excuse for being." Big dances, 
tine groups of pledges, and those cute girls at the 
Pledge Dance. 



Delta 




Chapter 



Sigma 

Phi 
Epsilon 






Sigma 
Chi 



WORK: The year 1948-49 started off with an extend- 
ed program of house improvements. During the past 
three years the Sigma Chis have spent $10,000 on 
remodeling and redecorating the House, with the 
labor provided by the brothers and pledges. 

Pledges: Alpha Tau is proud of its 1948-49 
pledges, and by the time of the printing of this page 
these will most likely be brothers in Sigma Chi. 

Party: This word is not uncommon on the campus 
of U. N. C. The Sigs are not lacking in their applica- 
tion of the term, as illustrated by this picture taken at 
informal house dance. 






Officers 

President Len Butt 

Vice-President Jack. Thompson 

Secretary Bill Macevko 

Treasurer Jim Bleunt 



History 



Founded at University of Miami (Ohio) in 1855. 

Colors: Blue and gold. 

Flower: White rose. 

Publication: Sigma Chi Magazine. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1889. 







Waller Arnold. Kyle Barnes. Oakley Bi l.in<l I- .irl Bill- ^liiart BonDnrant. Oclavious Banner. Riehard Boren. Walter Brown. Leonard Bull. Baxler Bverlv, 
George Clark. John Clayton. Aubrey Dogg, 11 W j<i, Dunbar \i illiani Dver. Robert Edwards, Herbert Faught, Carroll Fisher, William Flamiseh, Henry 
Fordham. Horaee Garrett. Eugene Graham O, la Harris I- rank Hlwley, Henry Ingram, James Keiger, Raymond Kivett, Gene Kooncc, Claude Lancaster, 
Robert Langley, William Leinbaeh, Robert Lee, Calwn Leonard, Kaj Lewis, Wurtham Lyon, William Lyon, William Maeeyko, John Maddrey, Thomas Martin, 
Roy McKnight, Joseph McLean, Benjamin McLendon. James Moore, William Prudcn, Gus Purcell, John Pyron, Joseph Rnzieks, James Somers, Donald Stan- 
ford, Samuel Thompson, George Thornton, George Valentine, Marion Ward, Hugh Williams, Pfohla Wilmoth, Wilson Wright. 



History 



Officers 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. 


PresidenI 


RoBKRT E. Pfrrv, Jr. 


Colors: Black, white and gold. 






Flower: White rose. 


]'ii-C'-PresiJeiil 


William Vannsy White 


Publication: The Delta. 


Secretary 


Carl Eugene Warsley 


Established at the University of North Carolina in 






1889. 


Treasurer 


Alvin Ward Peacock 




LvD Bon 

Jacobs, 1 
Joseph ■? 



George Bvrum. No 
in Johnson, Ralph J 
d, Joe Williams, C 



nd Cheslnul 
onas. Leslie 
Worslev. 



, Jesse Dedmond, Carl Durham, \('illiani Ferguson. James Gwynn, Milton Hinnant. William Hocult. Emmeli 
Jones. Joseph Leary, James Manning. Neil Nelson, Alvin Peaeoek, Robert Perry, John Spinks, Charles Venable 




Horseshoe Champions with Weant, Harrington, 
Thompson, McDuffie, and Harrell the chief ringers. 

William and Mary week-end . . . that calm before 
the storm. The Bond holds forth at early breakfast. 

Hoot entertains the pledges with stuff about these 
girls you don't care a thing about. 



Psi 




Chapter 



Sigma 

nu 









"Send over 50 nice girls" . . . For never Mamber . . . 
Rasputin . . . Coplon and Coplon Incopulated . . . 
Saul and sloppy seconds . . . Stan, Sandy, Gus — the 
Hope Valley trio . . . Ted and Trudy . . . "Deposit 
another 17 dollars, please" . . . Did you date Kate, 
Sappo? . . . And one small prayer for Mac's room- 
mates . . . 

And another telegram for Larry Fox . . . Sorry 
Bobbie couldn't make it . . . The Ox and the cow . . . 
Did you know Omar the Tent and his roommate, 
Yoke? . . . High Points Harriet and Hot Pants 
Harvey . . . 

Second generation hits the house . . . Bob and Bill 
. . . We're waiting for Donny . . . But he's got 
pictures in the Boston Art Museum . . . Holy Joe 
Brady . . . Dachau . . . Sukee . . . Fraters . . . 



Omega 




Chapter 



Tau 

Epsilon 

Phi 




Officers 

PresiJeiil EuGENE Heiman 

Vice-Preside>ii .... Morton Bergen 

Secretary Theodore Adler 

Treasurer Ellis Levinson 



History 



Founded at Columbia University in 1910. 

Colors: Purple and white. 

Flowers: Lily of the Valley and Violet. 

Publicatioti: The Tulme. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1924. 




Theodore Adlcr. Gustavc Birger. Giorpe Hrcslow. Stanley Cohen. Herman Coplon. Malcolm Fleisehman. Laurenee Fox. Norman Ualinkin. Saul Gordon, 
Irving Greenspon. Eugene Heiman. Sol Jaffa. Sidney Kajin. W hoard Lieber, Leonard Liberman, Leon Morse, Manin Nathan, Staart Pelti, Walter Robinson, 
Perry Sapperstein. Leon Sugar, Roy Swarlzberg. Harvey Weinstein. 



History 



Founded at Central College, New York City- in 1902. 

Colors: Blue and gold. 

Piiblkalioii: TBI Quarterly, Alpha Pioneer. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1927. 



Officers 

Presideiil Robert Feldman 

Secretary Jonas Benjamin 

Treasurer William Shrago 

Pledge Master Herb Nachman 




Shcrma AdUr, Lawrence Cohen, Robert Feldman, Richard Fishel, Samuel Freed, G. roM K.iiiler. Jake Rosenbloam, Everett Saslow. .Toe Schater. Edward 



Pag* 354 



We came of age at our 21st anniversary banquet and 
dance during last winter quarter . . . Picnic, softball, 
breakfast, birthday cake, alumni, trustees, deans. 

Duke week-end in full swing, keep that ole "Zeeb" 
piano jumpin'. Charlie Spivak didn't have anything 
on us . . . Duke chapter went along for the ride . . . 
Kept their trophy Sunday. 

First party at our new house a couple years back. 
Outside was the best place then . . . but now . . . 

Lenny missed a great '48 . . . Kanter gone, well miss- 
ed .. . Hope to be fine in '49. 





After winter months of work and recreation, the 
summer months find the Zetes scattered world-wide 
. . . "Doctor" Jack Kirkland and "Senator" Charles 
Warren en route abroad. 

Some, such as Bobby Kirkland and Swanson 
Graves, former prexies, were still at the salt mines 
plugging on the last lap toward graduation. 

Trips to the beaches relaxed us from the year's 
strain. No matter how scattered we may be the Zete 
spirit of the unbroken circle will live on in unitj'. 
We leave this heritage to the younger brothers who 
carry en our banner white. 



Upsilon 




Chapter 



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Officers 

President Robert Kirkland 

Vice-Presideiii .... WiNNiETT Peters 

Secretary Victor Bell 

Treasurer Stephen Millikin 



History 



Founded at New York University in 1847. 

Colors: Gold and white. 

Flower: White carnation. 

Ptiblicatioii: Circle 8 Zeta Psi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1858. 




Joe Albright, Ji„, Ballou. Claude Barb.c, Victor Bell. Jim Cheshire, Harold Crowder, Slirling BiUiam, Perrin Gower, Lee Gregory, Bobby 
Hackney, Jirnn.-e Hedgpeth Bobby K.rkland, Fred Lawson, Dick Manning, Steve Millikin. Bob Morrow, Junie PeU, Bennett Perry, Pete Peters, Harvey 



Ruffin. Pal Schell, Clarence Smith. Bill Stephenson, Howard Sirandberg, Charles Thorne, Ed Thorne, Bob Willard. 



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The campus 



HOnORflRIES 



promote a spirit for activity and 
for high aims, and give to 
the student a prestige to carry 
even after his college career. To 
be tapped into an honorary is 
always a big moment in the life 
of a Carolina man or woman. 



Phi 
Beta 



Executive Committee 



Louis Howard Thacker, Joseph Freeman Jones, Herman Oscar Coleman, Chancellor R. B. House, 
Dr. A. C. Howell, Dean E. L. Mackie, Dean C. P. SpruiU. 



members Initiated Hay 25, 1948 

Charles Patrick Adams, Samuel Ralph Andrew, Jr., James Edward Bagwell, Harold Henry Beebe, 
Jr., Victor Pratt Bowles, Wayne Francis Boyles, Rodney Lawrence Booker, John Sidney Booth, 
Lonnie Adolphus Braxton, Jr., John Worrall Bristow, Charles Gordon Britt, Herman Cubbage Brown, 
Chivous Bostic Cole, Thomas Hugh Cole, Herman Oscar Coleman, Elwood Brodgen Coley, Richard 
Garner Cox, Thomas Earle Cunningham, William Robert Dulin, Katherine Shipman Durham, Ruth 
Bannister Evans, Carolyn Hayes Gaither, Donald Joseph Harris, Charles Lawton Hayes, Hunter 
Dalton Heggie, Charles Samuel HeinmuUer, Thettis Elizabeth Hoffner, Maeburn Bruce Huneycutt, 
George Johnson, Jr., Joseph Freeman Jones, John Edward Christian Kapp, Patricia Ann Lane, 
Joseph Grant Lefkowilz, Gilbert Gary Leonard, William Kee Lifsey, Jr., Martha Evelyn Linney, 
Edward Mason Little, Miriam Ann Massey, Samuel Alexander McLeod, Luther Sigsbee Miller, Jr., 
Arnold Darrell Miles, Paul LeRoy Mne, Jr., Clyde Thomas Moody, Jr., Roy Clifton Moose, Mary 
Louise Moulton, William Albert Neal, Jr., Robert Samuel Overman, Vivian Archer Parks, Jr., 
James Richard Patton, Jr., William Kivy Payeff, Joyce Lewis Peterson, Evelyn Shore Pettitt, Jeane 
Graves Pierce, Edward Varnard Porter, Jr., James Turner Pritchett, Jr., Rufus Pinkney Rankin, Jr., 
James Warren Rathburn, Charles Francis Riddle, James Monroe Riley, Whittlaim Willis Ritter, Jr., 
George Albert Roesel, Alexander Alexandrovitch Sakhnovsky, William Braxton Schell, Benjamin 



Officers 



Louis H. Thacker 
President 



Joseph Freeman Jones 
V ice-President 



Herman Oscar Coleman 
Recording Secretary 



Dean E. L. Mackie 
Corresponding Secretary 




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appa 



Rowland Setzer, Thomas Connally Shelton, Arthur Golden Sherman, Eleanor Dalton Smgletary, 
Hassell Brantley Sledd, Mary Willis Sledge, Lee Roy Stanley, Hudson Clate Stansbury, John Mac- 
Donald Swanner, Louis Howard Thacker, Bettie Anna Tillitt, Mildred Tilson, Robert Louis Varwig, 
Emily Amelia Von Borries, Richard David Wallack, Myrtle Ruth Westbrook, David Jordan Whichard, 
Rachel Virginia Woodley, James Fetzer Ziglar, John Miles Zucker. 



ITIembers Initiated December 7, 1948 

Joseph Kermit Albertson, Robert Marshall Barr, Mary Wolfowitz Blumen. Herbert Luther Bodman, 
Jr., Frederick Oscar Bowman, Jr., Sidney Paul Brooks, William Wilson Brown, Jr., Harry Martin 
Carmichael, Jr., Charles Augustus Cunningham, Roy Edward Davenport, Jr., Jesse Henry Dedmond, 
Robert Harrison Edwards, Henry Wayne Golding, Augustus Washington Graham, III, David Eric 
Graham, Buel King Grow, Jr., Oba Thomas Hanna, Jr.. Wyat Helsabeck, Perry Cleveland Ilenson, 
William Gilliam Hill, James Calvin Holt, Harvey Ralph Honig, Thomas Presley Houser, Jr., Joel 
Broadus Huneycutt, Leslie Hugh Jenkins, Benjamin Harris Josephscn, Thomas Raymond Kain, Robert 
Edward Kirkland, Jr., Charles Edmund Kistler, Herbert Joseph Knight, Peter Edward Lavin, Abner 
Bruce Levin, Ira Osborne Lewis, Samuel Phillips Manning, Stanley Walter Marczyk, Dan Anderson 
Martin, Frank Jackson Matthews, Mrs. Oveida Blanche Ellis Mayo, Robert Marcus McAllister, 
Douglas Mcintosh McNair, Frank Pleasants Meadows, Jr., John Joel Mitchell, William Cabot Monk, 
William Locke Moore, John Thomas Morrisey, Martha Jane Myers, Earle Cornelius Page, John Olin 
Perritt, Jr., George John Rabil, Lattie Monroe Rogers, Jr., Morton Philip Self, Stanley Albert Simp- 
son, James Pruden Stephenson, Lester Dill Styron, Charles Albert Trice, Erngst Watson Tucker, 
Loudon Snowden Wainwright, Bynum Degar Weathers, Jr., Edwin Morton Wess, Joshua Henry 
Wisebram. 



RIpha Chapter of florth Carolina 

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 scho- 
lastic average of 92.5 or better has been maintained. 




Phi Eta Sigma 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, its purpose being to en- 
courage sound scholarship from the beginning of the students' college career. It was 
founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923. There are sixty-one chapters; 
the University of North Carolina chapter was established on May 29, 1947. 



OFFICERS 
Cornelius Theodore Patrick . . . Prtudent 
John Randolph Ingram . . . Vice-Preudeni 

Earl Ray Betts, Jr Secretary 

Henry Clendenin Fordham . . . Trejsurer 
Albert Stowe Blankenship, Jr. . . Hisiorun 
Dean Ernest Mackie . . . Faculty Adiisor 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
Dean Corydon P. Spruill, Dean M. A. Hill, Jr., 
Dean Cecil Johnson, Dean Ernest Mackie. 



MEMBERS 
Thedore Adler, David Anderson, Jr., Earl Betts, Jr., 
Albert Blankenship, Jr., Rodney Borum, John Brock- 
man, James Brooks, Howard Childress, James Cle- 
ment, David Clinard, Jr.. Richard Cofield, Jr., Fred 
Colvard, Jr., Bill Cowburn, Thomas Crowder, Jr., 
Bill Feltus, III, Henry Fordham, Henry Fricke, 
Willis Grant, Allen Griffiths, Richard Haff, Roy 
Hall, Jr., John Ingram, Richard Jenrette, Graham 
Jones, Thomas Kerr, Marshall Lane, James Mahan, 
Frank MacDonell, Bill McCall, Joe Michalski, 
Richard Murphy, Cornelius Partrick, Robert Payne, 
David Schermerhorn, Herbert Sims, Thomas Smiley, 
Jr., George Staton, Bill Strickland, Robert Vinson, 
Bill Vinson, Bill White, Jr. 



First Row: David Scherinerhorii, Allan Griffiths, and Cornelius Patrick • Second Rota: 
Earl Betts, Jr., Ted Adler, Jack Grant, Rodney Borum, and Joe Michalski • Thirtl Roiv: 
R. G. Hall, Jr., Dick Jenrette, Elwood Clintard, Jr.. Boh Vinson, and Jim Brooks. 



im 



i 






/] 





Barbara Ann Austin 
Jo Ann Carpenter 
Barbara (^xawford 
Marty Davis 
y Carrie Dixon 



Carolina Eutsler 
Helen Herd 
Mildred Koon 
Joan Miller 
Mary E. Montgomery 



Cecelia Price 
Suzanne Small 
Susanne Stokes 



Theta Psi Epsllon 



Alpha Chapter of Theta Psi Epsilon, national honorary chemical sorority, was established 
in 19-44 by the women students in the department of chemistry. Its purpose is threefold: 
to unite women who have chosen the same fields of study, to promote an interest in 
chemistry, and to foster mutual advancement in academic, business and social life. 

Each year the members have an opportunity to hear qualified speakers in the field 
of chemistry. Many graduates 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 1949 are as follows: Mary Ellen Montgomery, 
President; Sue Stokes, Secretary; Cecilia Price, Treasurer. 




Chi 

Delta 

Phi 



First Roiv: Mar.i iJarker, Mai Belle Coiiley. Nancy Curtis, Nina Davis, Virginia Foiward. 
• Second Roic: Phvllis Gentry-, Virgie Matson, Priscilla Moore, Shirley Moore • Third 
Row: Emily Sewell, Anne Wells, Harriet Williamson, Elinor Woltz, Sally Woodhull. 



The Tau Chapter of Chi Delta Phi, national honorary Hterary sororit)', was 
reactivated at the University of North CaroHna on June 4, 1941. Its purpose is 
to promote Hterary activities and appreciation on the campus. As an honorary 
society, it accepts one per cent of the coed student body as members each year, 
on the basis of submitted manuscripts. 

In an attempt to improve their own writing, the members met in closed 
sessions once each month to read and criticize their own work. They contribute 
to and support campus publications, and, working with Pan Hellenic council 
and CICA, write and produce the annual May Day pageant. 

Officers for 1949: Sarah Ann Woodhull, President; Margaret Anne Wells, 
Vice-President; Shirley Moore, Secretary; Virginia Forward, Treasurer. 



Phi mu RIpha 

fiftieth, .^y^nniueriaru 

j-^ki l/l/iu ^Mlpka S^infoma ^ratemitu 

Of -America 

RIpha Rho Chapter 

Founded 1898 

Its aims are: 

To advance the cause of music in America. 

To foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. 

To develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members. 

To encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. 



Virst Row: Carl Perry. Clifford Doll. Chapman Woolen. Bill Tritt. Charles Dellinger, Irvin 
Silver • Second Roie: Norman Clark, David McAdams, Riehard Cox, Howard Myers, 
Bynuni Weathers, Samuel Andrew, Henry Lofquist, Matthew Crisp • Third Rote: Zach 
Ciinard, Kerniit Albertson, Bill Collins, John Kiser, James Moore, Milton Bliss, Jim 
Weathers, Bobbv Whitesides. 




Rho 
Chi 



The Xi Chapter of Rho Chi honorary society was established at U. N. C. in 1929 
with eight members and its membership has increased until this year's tapping 
brought it to the hirgest in its history. 

The Rho Chi Society evolved from a local pharmaceutical organization 
which was established at the University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy, on 
May 4, 1908. Today's membership in Rho Chi is the most coveted achievement 
for a pharmacy student. 

Object: to promote the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences and to 
promote good fellowship among undergraduates and graduate students and 
faculty members, bringing them together in fraternal and helpful comradeship. 

Officers for 1949: Russell Young, President; John Hood, 'Vice-President; 
Bill Puckett, Secretary. 




Mary Jane Bradford, James Brookshire, Earic Caldwell, Virginia Callahan, Samuel Cavanaugh, Weslev Collier. B. F. Cooper. W. T. Dement. J. W. Edwards, 
W. C. Forest, W. S. Gardner, H. B. Hawkins, J. C. Hood, W. M. Jordan, W. A. King. R. L. Knox, Mar> Beth Loekwood, T. W. Mitehcll. W. W. Provo, 
G. R. Pittnian, W. M. Pnckctt. R. W. Ross, V. V. Secrest, Peggy Simmons, Henrv Smith, J. C. Taylor. J. K. Turner, C. C. Wheeler. R. L. Young. 



Page 366 




Phi Delta 
Phi 

Phi Delta Phi Honorary hTternational 
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 promotion of 
higher standards of professional ethics 




ROBERT STOCKTON 



LIVINGSTON VERNON 

Clerk 

FRANCIS PARKER 



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: Robert G. Stockton, President; 
Livingston Vernon, Clerk; Walter F. 
Brinkley, Exchequer; Francis Parker, 
Historian. 



Ray Braswcll. McMlU- Broughton. Viclor Br> am. Ua.id Clapk. Eiiiiry Drnii>. Cliarli.s 
Fulton. O. Max Gardner, Sterling Gilliam. Winston Gunnels. John Havwortli, Robert 
Hines. Edward Hipp, Bynuni Hunter. William Jovner. John Kennedy. Robert Laidlow, 
Robert Little. Robert MeMillan. James MeMullen, Samuel Mordecai. Weseolt Moser. 
Elbert Peel. Robert Perry, \( arren Perry. Edward Powe, Leonard Powers, Karl Sehwarts, 
Basil Sherrill, John Simms, Marshall Spears, Ralph Stoekton, Ralph Strayhorn, Clark 
Tolherow. Algernon Zollieoger, O. E. Starnes. 



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RIpha Epsllon Delta 




The North Carolina Beta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta Honorary Pre-Medical 
Society was established at the University by the National Chapter of Alpha 
Epsilon Delta on March 25, 1936. Since that date it has encouraged excelling in 
pre-medical work by furnishing a goal toward which students might strive 
during the early period of their pre-medical careers. The chapter has bound 
together similarly interested students by acting as a force in crystallizing move- 
ments for the good of all pre-medical students. Attempts are made to bridge 
the gap between Pre-Medical School and School of Medicine through guest 
lecturers, visits to neighboring hospitals, and similar activities. 

Officers for 1949: Conway Rose, President; Ely Perry, Vice-President; Dick 
Borden, Secretary, Frank Stallings, Treasurer. 



First Row: Dick Boren, Bill Rogers, Frank Stallings, Dick Borden, Conway Rose, Ely 
Perry, Bill Butler, Bob Sing • Top Rote: Earl Soniers, Joe Green. Harvey Brinkley, 
Howard Wainer, David Collins, Jimmy Jarrett, O. B. Bonner, Archie Walker. 





WiUon 
Woodwa 



Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded in 1879, making it the first Greek-letter 
Society established in the Colleges of Pharmacy in this country. Membership is limited in 
the fraternity to Pharmacy Students. 

This, the Beta Xi Chapter, was established at the Universit)' of North Carolina in 
1915. 

Kappa Psi, since its origin, has sought to attain the highest ideals in the Profession 
of Pharmac)', and surrounds its members in an atmosphere of companionship, congeniality, 
and integrity. 

OFFICERS FOR 19-i8-49 

Ben F. Collins President 

John C. Hood Vice-President 

Hal B. Hawkins Secretary 

Robert C. Wilson Treasurer 

Dr. M. L. Jacobs r-aculty Advisor 

CHIT CHATS: 

We're all proud of our "new" house . . . and happy since "money bags" Brisson gave a 
glass to the kitchen — Katie and Marcella make the cutest House "Mothers" — Hood's 
little daughter "Lynn" is the frat's sweetheart — Housemanager Overton would make 
some gal a fine "wife" — What meals ... if "Rusty's" cackling produced eggs he would 
be a rich man — Who will forget Jordan's scientific experiment with landlord William.^ 
Ask Martin who has the right of way on a left hand turn.' — Some of the new men are 
"sweating out" the draft — Ask Wheeler if fish can be caught as fast as fed — "Brother 
Bell" Collins flipping a T. D. pass to a non-Kappa Psi — Hawkins and Young getting 
jipped at the State Fair. 



Happa 
Psi 

Pharmaceutical 
Fraternity 




Beta Xi Chapter 



Page 369 



Phi 

Delta 

Chi 



The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Phi Delta Chi was established in Pharmacy School on 
May 30, 1922. Since then the chapter has been very active. During the past year Phi Delta 
Chi has bought a new house located on Fetzer Lane here in Chapel Hill. C. E. Hemingway 
was the main drive behind the new house. Through his untiring efforts the alumni 
contributed to the cause and along with the other members' hard work, the house came 
into being. Fourteen of the members are now living in the house with B. R. Phifer as 
house manager. 

The members of Phi Delta Chi have really been rolling the past few months. Steve 
trying to swim to England — formal too. Sam got bit in Raleigh : Grady throwing punches 
• — ouch my knuckles. Gene's walking now. Archie is wild as ever. Benson used that 
whammy at the Texas game. Boogar and his big words; Our Chinese cook Van Valken- 
burgh. Knucklehead on the loose — look out girls. Phifer has it lined up in Spencer 
again. Maggie wanting to square dance. Rancke and Forrest our studious boys. Oh yeah, 
Cliff still has his money — Feets-in more ways than one — the Annual dance in the winter, 
the big parties pharmacy week-end, the beach parties — pharaoh Bennick and his papyrus — 
a fine year for us all — 




J. D. Bain, 
J. C. McGec 
H. C. Thoir 



Jr.. J. E. Bennick, H. O. Benson, W. G. Forrest, Wm. Griffin, R. B. Hall, J. P. Horton, Jr., E. D. Hoyle. R. T. Hudson, W. W. Jorda 
, V. C. McGugan, M. A. Moore, Jr., S. A. Pappas, A. S. Parrish, B. R. Phifer, J. M. Rancke, D. E. Rhodes. G. S. Sherard, J. K. Tnrne 
as, W. B. Van Valkrnbnrgh. 



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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 




Lillian Messicks 
Gwen Howard 



Sigma RIpha lota 



Iota Tau, one of the newest active chapters of the Inter- 
national professional music fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota, 
was formally installed at the University of North Carolina 
on April 29, 1946. In an impressive ceremony held by 
national officers, eighteen girls became the first active 
members. 

The group though small in number, is limited to music 
majors, and is active in musical function on campus. Meet- 
ings are held regularly once a week. 

Officers for 19-i9: Gwen Howard, President; Sybil 
Drake, Vice-President; Lillian Messicks, Treasurer; Feme 
Hughes, Editor. 

Members are: Martha Adair, Ann Crabtree, Polly Davis, 
Sybil Drake, Jean Hillman, Gwen Howard, Betty Hubbard, 
Feme Hughes, Virginia Johnson, Janet Lewis, Ruth Ling, 
May Marshbanks, Ann McNeely, Betty McNeely, Lillian 
Messicks, Betty Procter Barbara Young, Mary Helen 
Zumbrunnen. 



Kappa Epsilon 

The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Epsilon, national 
honorary fraternity for women pharmacy stu- 
dents, 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. Kappa Epsilon was established 
to stimulate in its members a desire for high 
scholarship, a professional consciousness, lasting 
loyalty, interest and friendship. 

Officers for 1949: Jean Snyder, President; 
Virginia Callahan, Vice-President; Jane Brad- 
ford, Secretary-Treasurer; Peggy Simmons, 
Pledge Mistress; Doris Sauls, Historian. 



KAPPA EPSILON 




Jane Bradford 
Doris Sauls 



Jean Snyde 



Virginia Callahan 
Peggy Simmons 



Delta Sigma Pi 

Head Master Hubert Aenchbachkr, Jr. 

Senior Warden John McPhaul 

Jiniior Warden MiLTON Himmant 

Scribe Mel Fince 

Treasurer Fred Tai.ton 

Founded at New York University in 1907. 

Established at the University of North CaroUna in 1925. 




Hubert Acnchbacher. Cliff Booth. Bill Chlldcrs. Dave CUvlon, Carl Coghill, Herman Coleman. Carrol ( ra> c r I'd. Uohliin^ V.I Iin.l. HI.- llill li .1,1., 
Herring. John Hinnant. Bonner Hudson. George Hughes, Vietor Johnson. Herbert Knight. Monroe Landreth John MrPhaul. J.vse Morn, W B <) N. al 
Robert Pait. Bill Perry. Fred Pierce. Henry Reynolds, John Rosser. Donald Scott, Guy Sparger, K. B. Stallings. Hoke Steelman. Jack Straiten. Fred Talton, 
John Tsanlrs. Jim Vogl.r. John Widman. Bill Wolf. 




Purpose of the Fraternity: 

To foster the study of business in universities ; 
to encourage scholarship and the association of 
students for their mutual advancement by research 
and practice; to promote closer affihation between 
the commercial world and students of commerce, 
and to further a higher standard of commercial 
ethics and culture and the civic and commercial 
welfare of the community. 



Alpha f^^p Lambda 
Chapter 




flipha Kappa Psi 

Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest commerce fraternity, was incorporated in 19()'5. 
The Alpha Tau chapter was founded in 1925, deactivated in 1933, and reactivated on 
November 7, 1948. 

The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are "to further the individual welfare of its members; 
to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate 
the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance 
in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees in business administration." 

Prominent speakers from the fields of economics, commerce, and education were 
sponsored by the fraternity to promote special commerce school events, forums on career 
planning and job finding techniques, and research projects. Scholarship and distinguished 
service awards are presented annually. 

With a view to the practical side of business, the fraternity conducted tours into 
various southern industries. In addition, a reasonable number of social and fraternal 
activities were conducted to encourage professional fellowship. 




^# #!§ 




Charles Allen. Clinton Atkinson, Victor Bowles, W ill.er Bri.lKers. William Brown, Jr.. UwiRhl Bonn. Lindsay Cashion. Jr.. Broadie Copeland. Jr.. George 
Fulk, Paul Gaskill. William Hester, Edgar Hieks, James Holt, Roland Home, Garland Hutlman. Jr., Ornian Huteherson, John Kapp, Kemper Kiger, TroJ 
Mathis, George Michael, Morris Moser, Nicholas Perry, Charles Pullcn, Robert Ross, Jr., Troy Rouse, Jr., Allen Spivey, Richard Stewart, Bobby Slutts, Lester 
Styron, Edward Testerman, James Thompson, Jr., Horace Warner, Benny Warren, John Watson, Jr., James W augh, Robert Williams, 



Page 3 74 




First Rote: Phillip Hege, Merle Stevens, Charles L'fen, Peter Gems, Russell Davis • Second Rotv: John Hodges, James 
Stallings. David B. Ball. Hubert N. Reichert. Joe Rvberv • Third Row: Gustave Harrer, Frank Moore, Frank Hawley, Jr., 
Richard Bowen, Raymond Sarbaugh. Ediyn W. Freerks, Glenn Moak. 



Delta Phi RIpha 

Delta Phi Alpha, the honorary German Fraternit)' in the United States, was founded at 
Wofford College in Spartanburg, S. C, on May 27, 1929. Ten years afterward the Beta 
Rho chapter was established at U. N. C, and served until January 1942, when it was 
suspended because of the war. Through the efforts of the German Department and 
interested students, however. Beta Rho was reactivated in the spring of 19-(8 and is 
now a full time organization. 



The main purpose of Delta Phi Alpha is to further the American student's interest 
in German literature. As stated in the constitution of the fraternity, it is, "To uphold the 
spirit of German classicism, the tolerance of Lessing, the folk sympathy of Herder, the 
idealism of Schiller, and the noble humanity of Goethe." 





^ f^ 








Thomas Adams. Julius Bar<fo«l. NoP« ..<mI Bon,% . Vi illiain Booc, E. O. Biogdrn. Maurire Broun. James Bull.i. Jos,-,.l, Bxril, John I an.|.h, II. Kcl.,ar,l 
Martin Culler. Josiph Franks. Charles Cordon. Luther Hamilton. Rufus Hay worth, Divid Henderson. Homer Henr>. Bruoe Hutehinson. Charle 
Harvey Kennedy. Junius Lee. IMieholas Long. George McDerniott. William Neel. Daniel Parker. Ernest Parker. Junius Peeden, Glen Penland. Nopi 
son. Zennic Riggs. John Robertson. Clyde Rollins. Herbert Roundtrce, John Russell. Marshall Sherrin, William Smith, \< illiani Snow. Robert Warren, 
Wells, Preston White, Stanton Wilson, Thomas W oodv, Cieepo York. 



Delta 

Theta 

Phi 

^fatemitu 



Voiinded: Cleveland Law School 1 90 1 . 

Motto: "Justice for fellow man, honor to God and love for brother". 

Battle Senate of U. N. C. established in 1924. 

OFFICERS 

Dean JoHN W. Campbell 

Vice-Dean Thomas F. Adams, Jr. 

Tribune E. O. Brogden 

Clerk of Exchequer Zennie L. Riggs 

Clerk of the Rolls Herbert H. Roundtree 

Bailiff John A. Robertson 

Master of the Ritual Bruce K. Hutchinson 



Phi Alpha Delta is a national secret Greek letter law fraternity founded in 1898 by a 
group of law students in Chicago, Illinois. It has chapters in fifty-eight of the leading 
American law schools and thirty-one alumni chapters in the larger American cities. The 
total membership of the Fraternity is approximately eighteen thousand. 

The Ruffin Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta at the University of North Carolina is 
composed of forty-eight active members this year, all of whom are law students at the 
University. Regular business meetings are held every two weeks, in addition to a luncheon 
given at least once a month, at which prominent men of the legal field speak on subjects 
along this line. To round out the social side the chapter usually has a get-together twice a 
semester with their wives and dates. 



Phi RIpha Delta 




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Burha 
Caldrr 



William Leon Cuoke 
OrvilK- Coward 
Rutherford Friday 
Lrrov Frank Fiilli-r 



Kobe 



T. Cash 



Frank T. Crady 
Thomas Battle Gril 
Theodore E. Haigle 



nilliam Harris 
Philip I!. Hedrirk 
William Ware Hendcrso 



W. Machen. Jr 



James F. MeDerniott 
Moran Durith MeLendon, J 
Thomas Robert Payne 
Robert Williamson Perdue 
Jeter Conley Pritehard 
James T. Pritchett. Jr. 
Frank Rankin 
Paul H. Ridge 



No 



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Stanley L. Rodenbough. Ill 
Robert D. Rouse, Jr. 
Jesse C. Sigmon. Jr. 
John H. Small 
Julius C. Smith. Ill 
Ralph V. Sprarklin 
H illiam M. Storey 



Raymond E. Sumre 
Robert S. Swain 
James Taylor, Jr. 
Arthur M. Utley. Ji 
Charles F. Vanee. Ji 
Rirhard W ardlow 




Phi Chi 



OFFICERS 



J/zJi^e Adi'Oi\tte 

Vhe-PresiJe>it 

President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Chapter Editor 



Hoke Ballard 

Dewey Dorsett 

Jack Kirkland 

Sid Gardner 

Ed McKenzie 

Ed Sutton 



Since 1905, the Sigma Theta chapter of Phi Chi has played an important part in the 
activities of the School of Medicine. Although the fraternity is primarily organized for 
social activities, it also seeks to enhance student-facult)' relationships, strengthen the 
scholastic standing of its members, and provide programs of medical interest. 

Phi Chi takes an active interest in general campus social functions as well as those 
in connection with the medical school alone. Outstanding social events of the year included 
the annual fall rush parties, the Law-Med dance during the winter quarter, and a joint 
party with the chapter at Duke. 




First Ron: Jack Kirkia 
Bycrly, Harvey Johnson 
Bill Harris, Claiborne S 
Wilkinson, Joe Miller. 
Henderson, Sid Gardnei 



id, Ed McKenzie, Ed Sutton, 

Ken Willis. Gordon Heath, 
nith, Chris Fordham, H. J. I 
Charles Gillii 



sett. Ed Monroe, Frank Hamilton, Ed Carrie • Second Rou>: Vonnie Hicks. Grimes 

r, Newlin Schenck. Charles Vernon. Laurence Leinback. Julian Coleman • Third Roic: 

ank Norris, Olin Pcrritt. Nick Love, Charles Whisnant. Ken Terrell, John Dees, John 

Jack Walters • Fourth Row: Charles Adams. Jack Carson, Fred Bowman. Lewis Thorp, John 



Bob Griffin, Jesse Meredith, Hoke Ballard, John Gambill, Pat Corey, Earl Trerathan, Bill Dannagan, Aubrey Richardson. 



Paae 3 78 



Sigma Gamma Epsilon 



The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Ganima Epsilon was established at the University on 
April 3, 1931. After a period of inactivity during the war, it was reactivated on May 23, 
1947. This national honorary fraternity has as its objective the social, scholastic and 
scientific advancement of students of Geology. 

Officers for 1949: William Brett, President; Edward Berry, Vice-President; William 
Markgraf, Secretary -Treasurer; Dan Hamilton, Corresponding Secretary. 




First Row: Ben Warner, Tom McHhcnnj , John Willis. \« illand Mclnlosh. Sankcy Blanton. Engine Harris • Second Row: Bill Vogelsang, Evan Greene 
Allen Williamson. William Brelt, Edward Berry. William Markgraf, William Cobb. Dan Hamilton • Third Rote: Jame. Bagwell, James Hunt, Willian 



Brandon, Roderick Murchic 



Robert Ayers, Frank Bo 



Newton Turner. 



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OFFICERS 



CHARLES LOUIS JOHNSTON, JR. . . 

ROBERT EDWARD KIRKLAND . . 

STANLEY WALTER MARCZYK, JR. 



Exchequer 



SIR KNIGHTS 



Harry Leon Beason 
Wayne Kenneth Brenengen 
Leonard Archibald Butt 
Jesse Henry Dedmond 
Thomas Robert Eller, Jr. 
Earl Fitzgerald 
James LeRoy Godwin 
Meigs Coker Golden 
Jesse Kilmore Greenbaum 



Robert Thomas Haire 



Walter Page Harris, Jr. 



Raymond Lewis Jefferies, Jr. 
Edward Grey Joyner, Jr. 
Robin Smith Kirby 
Monroe Mitchell Landreih, Jr. 
William Dougald McMillan, IV 
William Houston Miller 
Stephen Perry Milliken 
Samuel Howard Morrow, Jr. 
Norman Leopold Sper, Jr. 
Leonard Szoforyn 
Taylor Theophilus Thorne 



Charles Scott Venable, Jr. 






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MEMBERS 1948-49 
387 William Terrell Webster 
392 Elbert Sidney Peel 
403 Charles Fogle Vance, Jr 
413 John Dewey Dorsett 
416 Charles Lester Fulton 
423 Robert Gray Stockton 
427 Ernest G. Crone 

429 Raymond L. Jefferies 

430 Ralph N. Stravhorn 

431 Kenneth C. Black 
433 William H, Miller 
436 Thomas R Eller 

439 Charles F. Warren 

440 Donald W. McCoy 

441 Leonard Szafaryn 

442 William Knox Tate 

443 Basil L. Sherrill 

444 Ernest J House 

445 William C Friday 

446 Wayne K Brenengan 

447 Jesse H. Dedmond 

448 Charles S. Venable 

449 John A Kirkland 

450 William Robert Coulter 
452 Monroe Landreth 





OFFICERS 1947-^ 
Jason — Ralph N. Strayhorn 
Vice-Jason — Charles L. Fulton 
Grammateus — Charles F. Warren 
Christopher — Robert Gray Stockton 



FACULTY 
Charles Phillips Russell 
Frank Porter Graham 
Claude Edward Teague 
Edgar Ralph Rankin 
Robert Burton House 
Herman Glenn Baity 
Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
Albert McKinley Coates 
Joseph Burton Linker 
Corydon Perry Spruill 
Eorle Horace Hcrtsell 
Joseph Maryon Saunders 
William T. Couch 
Edward Alexander Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr, 
William M. Shuford 
Edwin Sidney Lamer 
Hugh T Lefler 
Harry K Russell 
Frank W Honft 
Robert A, Fetzer 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

ALPHA CHAPTER OR NORTH CAROLINA 

Established February 20, 1933 

C. S. LOGSDON Honorary President 

CHARLES G. BRITT President 

JOHN T. O'NEIL Secretary 

CHARLES L.HAYES Treasurer 



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. 
John T. O'Neil, M.B.A. 

E. E. Peacock, M.B.A., C.P.A. 
G. T. Schwenning, PhD. 

H. D. Wolf, PhD. 
J. B. Woosley, PhD. 




STUDENT MEMBERS 

Oliver Austin Allen 
Walter James Alston, Jr. 
William I. Bowman 
William E. Brewer 
Charles Gordon Britt 
Amos J. Browning 
Raymond P. Bullock 
John C. Bunch 
Chivous B. Cole 
Thomas Hugh Cole 
Herman Oscar Coleman 
Henry T. Compton, Jr. 
William Robert Dulin 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

Robert E. Dye 
Irvin J. Erie 
John E. Faulkner, Jr. 
Henry W. Golding 
Julius Goldstein 
Oba Thomas Hanna, Jr. 
Charles L. Hayes 
Hunter Dalton Heggie 
Edwin L. Kornegay 
Hugh S. Larew 
Peter Edward Lavin 
Abner Bruce Levin 
Ira Osborne Lewis 
Lawrence MacKirdy 
Paul LeRoy Mize, Jr. 
Clyde Thomas Moody, Jr. 
William A. Neal, Jr. 
Robert S. Overman 
Jacques A. Peel 
George John Rabil 
Frank G. Roberts, Jr. 
David J. Robinson 
Ben L. Rouse 
William Braxton Schell 
Sanford M. Sprintz 
Lee Roy Stanley 
John McD. Swanner 
Howard A. Williams 



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JAMES SIMPSON WILCOX, JR. 
PRINCEPS 



CLAUDE BARBOUR STRICKLAND, JR. 

QUAESTOR 



SAMUEL TINSLEY CAMPBELL 
SCRIPTOR 




FACULTY MEMBERS 

Nicholson B. Adorns 

Walter Reece Berryhill 

William Augustus Blount, Jr. 

John M. Booker 

James B. Bullitt 

R. D. W. Conner 

Keener C. Frazer 

Louis Graves 

Edward McG. Hedgepeth 

Urban Holmes Tigner 

William DeBerniere MacNider 

Dougald Macmillan 

Isaac Hall Manning, Jr. 

Roland Prince McClamroch 

Rogers Dey Whichard 




ACTIVE MEMBERS 

George Alma Byrum 

Samuel Tinsley Campbell 

Thomas Murphy Jordon 

Robert Henry Koonts 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Allison Hodges Pell, Jr. 

Harold Sigler, Jr. 

Claude Barbour Strickland, Jr. 

Jomes Thrash 

James Simpson Wilcox, Jr. 

John Cross Williams 

Thurman Williams, Jr. 

James Stanton Northrop, Jr. 

William Fitzhugh Lee 

George Royoll Goodwin, Jr. 

Robert Bradley Egerton 

James Melton Twine 

Edward Harvie Word 

Robert Barnett George, Jr. 

Walter Page Harris, Jr. 




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627 FRANK EDIE CURRAN R 

637 LINDSAY CARTER WARREN K. D. S. 

638 HAROLD MILTON MORROW K. M. K. 

646 GEORGE ALLEN BUSH W. S. S. 

644 GEORGE ALLEN WHITAKER . . N. G. P. 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
315 Robert W. Wcttach 
319 William W. Picrson 
331 Thomas Felix Hickcrson 
343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
349 William Donold CormichocI 
369 William F Prouty 
373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 
385 Robert Edwin Kokcr 
405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 
417 George Coffin Taylor 
439 J. Penrose Horland 
442 Robert Burton Hous- 
490 Fletcher Melvin Green 
546 Horry Russell 
589 Sterling Gory Gilliom 
594 Elbert Sidney Peeic, Jr. 
597 Robert Gray Stockton 
600 Frank Betz Frazier 

610 Phillip Rcadc Taylor 

611 Williom Burwell Ellis, III 

612 Gideon Lamb Gilliam 

613 Oscar Mason Whitney 

614 Nelson Hendrix 



615 William J. Sfubbs 

616 Richard Maus Johnson 

619 Guy Hudson Andrews 

620 John Tillory Gregory 

622 Richard Thurmon Chatham, Jr. 

623 Bloir Cochran Common 

624 William Benson McCutchcons 

625 Adam Tredwcll Thorpe 

626 William Conn Seaman 

628 Warren Myers Ficklcn 

629 Carol Finloy Tomlinson 

630 Jomes Smith Hoyword 

632 Carlton Lindsay, Jr. 

633 Rufus Pinkney Rankin, Jr. 

634 Lymon A. Cotton 

635 Lemuel Hordy Gibbons 

636 Howard Groy 

640 Frederick Oscar Bowmon 

641 John S Mead 

642 Cornelius Vonstory King 

643 Williom Kenan Rand 
645 Augustus Winnictt 

647 Jock Rudisill Brantley 

648 Alostair Lennox Muirhead 

649 Jomes Townsend Tonner -- 

650 Roy Woltcr Holstcn fl 



'13" CLUB mEmBERS 

1948-49 




WILLIAM G. BUTLER, JR. 

President 

Don Ahern 
Bill Allison 
Harold Amos 
Baker M. Bass 
Kyle Barnes 
Standley Boykin 
Lyn Bond, Jr. 
Jack Brantly 
Cokie Bristol 
Bill Butler 
Len Butt 
Handsel Butts 
George Byrum 
Walt Carnes 
Joe Combs 
Roger Cooley 
Sam Craver 
Jim Curtiss 
Ed Darnell 
Aubrey Doggett 
Joe Dorsett 



WILLIAM G. PRICHARD 
Vice-President 

Wray Farlow 
Ted Fusseil 
Bob George 
Frank Goodrum 
Fletcher Harris 
Weddell Harriss 
Bill Hedrick 
Frank Hill 
Hugh Horton 
Charles Johnson 
Garland Jones 
Bruce Jones 
Skippy Larkin 
Frank Laurens 
Joe Leary 
Kay Lewis 
Tom McGinn 
Jim Mericka 
Walt Montgomery 
Piatt Morring 
Carlyle Moriss 



MOREHEAD STACK 
Secretary-Treasurer 

John M. Pfaust 
Bill Prichard 
Bill Raker 
John Saddler 
Dave Schermerhorn 
Robert D. Shore 
Bob Sloan 
Morehead Stock 
Bill Steele 
Claude Strickland 
Frank Strong 
George Strong 
Wilson D. Trotter 
Paul von Bromer 
Ted Wall 
John G. Webb, Jr. 
Jack Whichard 
Wayne Williard 
Lem Whitsett 
Dick Wright 
Bud Yokley 



ORDER OF THE SHEIKS 



JAMES T. TANNER 

PAULWARRgN MENGEL 
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Charles Norton 

jJjv^Nothoniel Armstead 
Roy Holsten 
^Jeeter Mooneyhan 
Henry Dowdy.'* 
Clyde WaP^ 
Will Feltus 



Bobby Hockley 
JoelChatnbliss 
George Goodwin 



ORDER OF 

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OFFICERS 



DONNEL VAN NAPPEN 
WILLIAM FITZHUGH LEE 
ED PATE 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Ivan Armstrong 
Jim Ballou 
Harry Bateman 
William Benbow 
John M. Blades 
Harold Bursley 
Richard T. Chatham 
Stuart W. Cramer 
Richard Dickson 
Paul Fitzgerald 
Robert Gallant 
Lee Gregory 
Richard Hackney 
Jim Hardison 
Lewis Holding 
Neal Howard 
Berton H. Jones 
Walter B. Jones 
Fred Lawson, Jr. 
Paul N Monteque 
John R Murchison 
Ely Perry 
Charles Reece 
Marshall Roberts 
Sonny Shelton 
Willey Smith 
Sahane Taylor 
Harvie Ward 
Robert Willard 
, Thurman Williams 




-7L i949 



Yackety Yack 
Beauty Court 




We wish to thank, 

John Robert Powers of New York for selecting the court. 
Francis Lavergne Johnson for the portraits of the court. 
The Order of the Grail for presenting the Court to the campus. 
Those who participated in the contest. 



Page 389 




The campus D L H U I Y 
queens were chosen during this 
gala year in several contests. The 
net result was loveliness 
unexcelled. Here charm was 
accentuated with the beauty, and 
Carolina pointed with pride to 
her queens. 



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Page 407 




Extra-curricular 



RCTIVITIES 



at Carolina filled the afternoon 
hours, and for some the midnight 
oil burned constantly in Graham 
nriemorial. Student government, 
campus organizations, and 
publications here worked their 
way through deadlines, meetings 
and problems. 



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The University Club 



Founded in April of 1933, the University Club is truly 
a representative body and, as such, deserves to be 
placed first among the activities of Carolina. Its 
motto, "For the University," expresses the essence of 
the function of this organization, which is to foster 
a more active interest in the University and its activi- 
ties. 

The University Club attempts to promote and re- 
tain a high enthusiasm and a spirit of sportsmanship 
in all University events and contests. It maintains an 
active interest in campus affairs in order to present 
itself for service wherever such service will be in the 
interest of the student body, and cooperates with all 



campus organizations for the promotion of the wel- 
fare of the University. 

Many outstanding events of the college year were 
sponsored this past year by the University Club. 
Among these were the homecoming festivities, the 
half-time programs, the pep rallies both at home and 
away, the reception of visiting teams, and the float 
parade of the Carolina-Duke week-end. 

Under the able leadership of President Joe Pete 
Ward, the University Club did an effective job in 
moulding that intangible thing called the "Carolina 
Spirit." Other officers for the year were: Tookie 
Hodgson, Vice-President; Charleen Greer, Secretary, 
and Bob Ball, Treasurer. 



First Rote: Glenn O. Mitchell, Dick Dixon, Norman Sper, Jr., Sam P. Manning, Nemo Nearman, Plez A. Transou, Art Engel, 
Farrel F. Potts. Charles T. Foley, Lawrence G. Sprunt, Dick Gordon • Second Row: Polly Rudolph, Martha Allen, Merrily 
Brooks, Sallv Osborne, Marv Anne Daniel, Jane Pruitt, Joe Ward, Charleen Greer, Bob Ball, Tookie Hodgson, Marv Leah 
Thorne, Carolyn Bishop, Molly Blackburn, Libby Thomson, Betty McDonald, Bill Steele • Third Row: Waher Lloyd, Jin> 
Kelly, Alex Hutchinson, Jr., Kemp Nixon, Floyd Jones, Jr., Peter H. Gerns, Henry Reynolds, Jr., Fred Blair, John Van 
Hecke, James Thrash, Jake Rosenbloom, Ike Rolader • Fourth Row: Grey Adams, Joe Zahran, Ted Adler, Bill Harrison, 
George Clark, Eugene Carpenter, Banks Talley, Bill Edwards, Buddy Simpson, Charlie Joyner, Edward Watson, Don Van 
Noppen. 



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One of the big events of the year is homecoming 
week-end sponsored by the University Club. 
Each dormitory, fraternity, and sorority takes 
part in a contest for the most original exhibits. 
Pictured are this year's winners: Kappa Sigma, 
in the fraternity division; Old East, in the dormi- 
tory division; and Alpha Gamma Delta, in the 
Sorority division. 





Homecoming 
1948 



Page 411 



Our Student 




Our student government is the pride of Carolina. 
Based on two codes — the Honor Code and the 
Campus Code — the Student Government manages to 
match the Hberality of the University with the accept- 
ance of responsibiUty on an individual basis. 

Student government here at Carolina had its 
beginnings in the halls of the Di and the Phi. As 
new powers were attained, a self-government system 
evolved which took the form of our national and 
state governments with three branches: Executive, 
legislative, and judicial. Today nearly all phases of 
life at the University, among them, social life, publi- 
cations, and the many student organizations, are con- 
trolled by the students themselves, to make an un- 
excelled student government of which we can be 
rightly proud. 

It has been the aim of our student government to 
attempt to solve some of the problems confronting 
the student in the course of his college career. Chief 
functions of student officers through the years have 



The President's Cabinet 

Seated: Fran Angas, Dortch Warriner. Jess Dedniond, 
Scotly Venable. Edie Knight • Standing: Ed Davenport, 
Charles Long, Dick Gordon, Thurman Williams, Monroe 
Landreth, John Rosser. 




Government 



been establishing the orientation of entering students, 
making the students conscious of all phases of their 
government, accounting for the expenditure of stu- 
dent fees, and hearing reported violations of the 
Honor System. 

In the spring of every year the election of the 
major officers of student government is held. Last 
spring Jess Dedmond became President of the student 
body while Jim Godwin and Bob Kirby were elected 
to the positions of Vice-President and Secretary- 
Treasurer, respectively. The office of attorney gen- 
eral was filled by Dortch Warriner. 

These officers have strived to better the conditions 
and government of campus life. Under the guiding 
hand of capable Jess Dedmond, several innovations 
were made this year in the way of efficient govern- 
ment. An outstanding orientation program heads the 
list, followed by the establishment of a Freshman 
Assembly, both programs being designed to unify 
and coordinate the incoming freshmen. 

Other major accomplishments during the year 
were an exchange of meetings set up with State Col- 
lege and Duke for the prevention of vandalism which 
met with great success; the formulation of a Greater 
University of North Carolina Student Council with 




members from the Women's College, State College, 
and the University; and a women's government clinic 
recommended by the Executive Department and 
sponsored by Coed Senate. 

Through such improvements as these and through 
the constant alertness of our student leaders, Student 
Government at Carolina has become an ever-chang- 
ing process. We look forward to even more progres- 
sive years in the future. 



Committee Chairmen 
Bill Miller. Orientation; Dick Gordon, Student Audit Board: 
Al Winn, Elections Board; Scotty Venable, Student Enter- 
tainment. 



Jess Dedmond 
President 




The Men's Council, created by the student constitution of 1946, has 
grown steadily in strength and prestige in its efforts to restore the honor 
system to its pre-war level. The Council rules on all cases involving the 
Honor and Campus Codes and holds a high judicial position on the 
campus. 

Composed of two sophomores, two juniors, two seniors, one member 
each from the Law, Pharmacy, and graduate schools, and one hold-over 
member, the Council, in addition to its function in handling honor vio- 
lations, supervises the extensive freshman orientation program in an 
effort to better indoctrinate into every incoming student the importance 
of the Honor and Campus Codes. 

The Council informs the student body of its actions by placing 
summaries of previous cases in the Daily Tiir Heel, and by issuing state- 
ments of general policy and welfare to the students. 

Officers for the year were: Page Harris, Chairman; Gene Jones, 
Vice-Chairman; and Herman Bryson, Jr., Secretary. 




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Counci 




Sitting: Stanley Smith, Richard Boren, Herman Br>son, Page Harris, Bruce Sanborn, 
Kelly Turner • Standing: Charles G. Smith, G. A. Jones, Charles Northend. 



Page 414 




Helen Bouldin 
Chairman 



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Counci 



As a parallel to the Men's Council, the Women's Council acts as the 
coed judiciary body on the campus, handling violations of the Honor 
Code and the Campus Code. It is one branch of the tripartite system of 
coed self-government, working with the Coed Senate and the Women's 
Interdormitory Council. 

The Council is responsible each year for instructing entering coeds 
m the origin and meaning of the Honor and Campus Codes and obtain- 
ing their signatures on them. Its main objective is to orientate each coed 
into a fuller participation in the Carolina way of life. 

Composed of three juniors, three seniors, one graduate student, 
and two members at large, the Women's Council is a living example 
of the coed's ability to govern themselves. 

Officers this year were: Helen Bouldin, Chairman; and Gail Han- 
cock, Scribe. 




Seated: Sue Stokes, Mary Frances Johnson, Helen Bouldin, Lil Hotard, Jean Roberts • 
Standing: Hilda Sharkey, Joan Lucas, Cayle Hancock. 



Page 41 S 



Student 




James Godwin 
Speaker 




First Row: Pele Burks, Durward Jones, Riehard L. Bowen, Dick Boren, Jaek Girard, D. 
Dorteh Werriner, Erie Cofield. Charlie Lauderniiik • Second Row: Page Dees, Lindsay 
Tate, Patsy McIVutt, Mary Anne Daniel. Jaek W. Worshani, George F. Rodman, Edie 
Knight, Marietta Duke, Ann Cooper Knight, Faith Adams, Emily Ogburn. Katharine 
Latimer Finney • Third Row: Fletcher Harris, Marshall Roberts, Kyle Barnes, Ted 
Leonard, Tom Kerr, John Van Hecke, Wilson Yarborough. Jim Southerland, Banks 
Talley, Al Lowenstein, David Littlejohn, Herb Alexander. John Rosser, Herb Mitchell, 
Thurman Williams, Jr. 



Page 4)6 



Legislature 



The Student Legislature was founded on the theory 
that Carohna students can govern themselves. With 
its fifty members meeting each week, the Legislature 
handles every law concerning the student body, appro- 
priates $105,000 annually for student activities, and 
strives to promote the general welfare of student 
government as a whole. 

Organized after campus-wide elections in the 
spring, the present Legislature solved such issues as 
redistricting electoral zones, adjusting budgets for 
various other student organizations, having pupils 
rate teachers, and establishing a presidential succes- 
sion policy. It was indeed a busy, prosperous year that 
kindled honest, new interests in better student govern- 
ment. 

Officers of the 1948-19-i9 Legislature were: Jim 
Godwin, Speaker; Tag Montague, Speaker Pro-Tern; 
George Rodman, Parliamentarian; and Jack Worsh- 
am. Clerk. 




Legislator Loudermilk speaking from the rostrum 




Committee Chairmen of the Legislature 
Thurman Williams, Rules; Jack Worsham, Archives; Joseph Leary, Elections; Edith 
Knight, Ooed Affairs; Jack Girard. Finance; Herbert Mitchell. Ways and Means. 



Coed Senate 





Knepling: Connor Read. Kit Finney. Patsy IMcNutI • Seated: 'Willie INJarjorie Riddick. 
Barbara Ann Covington, Emily Baker. Fran Angas, Barbara Ann Pope. Elinor Wollz • 
Standing: Bobby Stoekton, Jean MoKeithan, Olga Gernova, Jane Pointer, Carter Taylor, 
Janie Blaloek, Sally Jackson, Eleanor DeGrange. 



Page 418 



The Coed Senate, established in 1941 and originally part of the Women's 
Government Association, is the legislative body for women students. Acting as 
the bridge between the coed and the student legislature, the purpose of the 
Senate is to bring the coed into the picture of student government. 

Included in the duties of the Senate is the distribution of funds collected 
each quarter from the coeds to the organizations on campus whose membership 
is made up entirely of women. The Coed Senate also ratifies social rules which 
have passed the Interdormitory Council, holds election for offices in all branches 
of women's student government, and appoints the chairmen of women's orienta- 
tion committees. 

The annual coed ball is presented by the Senate at the end of orientation 
week in the fall and each spring leadership training week is sponsored, a week 
designed to acquaint the newly elected officers with their responsibilities. 

Coed Senate officers were: Fran Angas, Speaker; Emily Baker, Speaker Pro- 
Tem; Tandy Lacy, Secretary; and Barbara Covington, Treasurer. 



Orientation — the coed version 




Student Counci 



The spirit and practice of student self-government at Carolina is the oldest in 
America. At the top of Carolina's judiciary ladder is the Student Council. This 
group, elected by the student body, is the supreme court of campus affairs. The 
two basic principles of the governmental structure which guide the actions of the 
Student Council are the Honor System, which is based on mutual confidence 
rather than espionage, and the Campus Code, which replaces fixed rules of conduct 
by requirement cf a standard of gentlemanly conduct. 

The main work of the Student Council is to interpret the Constitution and 
act as an appellate body, receiving cases from the Men's and Women's Councils. 
The Council is comprised of nine members, three from the male student body, 
three from the coed student body, and three from the campus at large. High 
integrity is a requirement of all members. 

Members of the Student Council are; William Mackie, Chairman; Weddy 
Thorp, Secretary; Iris Bost, Wayne Brenengen, Martin Carmichael, Martie Davis, 
Feme Hughes, Sam Magill, Fred Thompson. 




William Mackie 
Chairman 



Seated: Weddy Thorp. Marty Davis, Iris Bost, Feme Hughes • Standing: Sam Magill, 
Martin Carmichael, Bill Mackie. ^'ayne Breneiiger. 




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The Men's Interdormitory Council represents over 3,000 men living in the Uni- 
versity's twenty dormitories and quonset huts. Its membership is composed of the 
presidents and faculty advisors of each constitutent. 

The council's main functions are the improvement of living conditions in 
the dormitories, the enforcement of rules of conduct of men in their living 
quarters, and service as a court of appeals from individual dormitory councils. It 
also worked with the 'Women's Interdormitory Council to improve living condi- 
tions for all students. 

President of the Men's Interdormitory' Council this year was Pete Gerns. 



First Row: J. Wayland Maddrey. Kenneth A. Ross, Wni. A. Lambert. Victor P. Bowles, 
Albert J. House, J. H. Peedin, Ardrey IMoore. Robert Birer, James E. Parke. Jr. • Second 
Rotv: John L. Sloan. Bob Ball. Bernard Pleninions. Frank Kilpatrick. LeRov Milks, Pete 
Gerns, Roy Fahl, Herb Schoellkopf. Lee Cannon. Al Wiley, Bill Payeff • Third Row: 
Wayne Kenneth Brenenger. Love A. Coman. Jr.. Samuel W. Miller. Jr.. Earl Fitzgerald, 
Charles L. Hayes, Joe R. INantz, William V. Rogers. Carl N. Harris, Frank D. Underwood, 
Clarence N. Gilbert. John R. Rives, Harry W. Aycock • Fourth Row: James Mason. Harry 
Beason. Mike Loftis. George Kenyon, Gus Johnson. 




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Siisaiine Stokes 
President 



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The third branch of coed self-government is the Women's Interdormitory Council. Com- 
posed of dormitory presidents, sorority house managers, and the president of the Town 
Girls Association, this group works with the Board of Residence in regulating dormitory 
life and contacts the coeds through house meetings. 

An administrative body, its functions include interpreting social regulation, recom- 
mending changes in regulations to Coed Senate, and supervising the House Councils. 
Through Interdorm, all coed administration is co-ordinated and linked to the office of the 
Dean of Women. 

Special projects for the year were the sponsoring of a House Council Training Con- 
ference in the fall and working with the Men's Interdormitory Council on mutual dorm 
problems and activities. 

Susanne Stokes served as President, and Anne Wells, as Secretary of the Women's 
Interdormitory Council. 









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Seated: Anne Carlton, Marj- Jo Cain, Margaret Anne Wells, Sue Stokes, Carolyn Guthrie. 
Sall.v Jackson, Tandy Lacy • Standing: Joan Lucas. Mary Glen Slater. Barbara Ann Coving- 
Ion. Helen Anne Reid, Mocile Day. 



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Freshman 
Friendship Council 



The Freshman Friendship Council is a fellowship of first-year students, acting with the 
counsel and co-operation of the Y. M. C. A. The first big event of the freshman year was 
a pre-school conference held September 15-17 at Camp Nawakwa near Asheboro. This 
outing with a program of important talks, devotional meetings, and discussions on campus 
topics was staged by the Freshman Council of the previous year. 

From the men at this camp came the nucleus of the new council that was later to 
meet weekly for its own leadership conferences, discussion groups on vital social and 
religious topics, vesper services, educational films, deputations, and such social functions 
as freshman class dances at the Women's College in Greensboro. From the Freshman 
Council of today comes the leadership for the Y. M. C. A. cabinet of tomorrow. 

Officers were: Ted McDonald, President; Allen Ham, Vice-President; Allan Mil- 
ledge, Secretary; Davis Byrd, Treasurer. Bob Barrus. the Y. M. C. A. associate secretary, 
served as chief advisor for the group. 




First Row: Harris N. Angel, Burton J. Rights. Jack D. Dillon, Earl W. Owen, Forrest Flynn 
Ader • Second Row: Mary Godbee, Tolbert M. Whittington, Jr., H. J. Goldstein, Allen 
Ham. Ted McDonald, Davis Byrd, Jr., John Underwood, Jr., Bob Barrus • Third Row: 
Lee Gore, Allen Tate, Bill Wolf, Bob Johnson, Bill Hogshead, Archie Myatt, Forrest Old. 



Graham ITIemoria 



Bob Walson 
Director 




Offering the student body everything from haircuts to train 
schedules to floor shows, Graham Memorial student union 
has completed its sixteenth year of service to the Carolina 
campus. Throughout the year the doors of the building 
have been open daily with the welcome mat out for all 
students to come in and take advantage of the widely varied 
program of activities sponsored by a courteous and com- 
petent management. 

Under the directorship of Bob Watson, whom the stu- 



dents have come to know as a quiet, hard-working friend, 
the building has grown in popularity and become a living 
part of campus activities. It has truly upheld the spirit 
implied in its appearance — a colonial mansion where Sou- 
thern hospitality prevails. Behind its massive columns an 
art of education outside the academic realm has developed 
in many fields. 

Upstairs in the offices of various campus organizations 
the click of typewriters, teletypes, and addressographs have 



Graham Memorial Board of Directors 
Seated: Jean McKeilhan, Dean Fred H. Weaver, Samuel H. Magill, Robert Watson, Jr., 
Marv Jo Cain • Slatiding: Charlie Louderniilk. Kemp Cate. Billv Carmichael, III, J. M. 
.Sailiul.rs. Da\e .Sliarpc. Dr. E. J. WoodhoUM-. I'.le H. <;ern^. 



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Student Union 




Staff Members 
First Row: Allen Thompson, 
Bob Callahan, Charles C. 
Odell, Jr., Hugh Kossoff • 
SeeoinI Row: Thomas H. Tis- 
elale. Lib Stoney, Robert M. 
Walson, Rila Adams, John 
van Hecke • Third Row: 
Charles H. LIfen, Lindsey 
Strieklin, Joseph Bassett, Jr., 
Harold Cummings, V. A. 
Hoyle, Jr.. Arnold L. Wilson. 



clashed with heated political discussions and 
news-filled chatter. During the year more than 
130 recognized campus organizations made the 
student union their meeting headquarters. The 
offices of Student Government are housed here, 
as well as these of the student publications, the 
Daily Tar Heel, Tarnation, the Caroliiia Oiiar- 
terly and the Yackety Yack. 

Special features include a complete photo 
darkroom, music room and record collection, art 
shop, travel agency, soft drink night club, barber 
shop, and a weekly dancing class. In addition, 
many recreational and entertainment features 
are sponsored regularly by Graham Memorial. 

Supported entirely by a blanket student fee of 
Si. 00 per quarter, the building's activities are 
managed by a hard-working, behind-the-scene 
office force and a twelve-man board of directors. 
Members of the Board this year were: Kemp S. 
Gate, University Escheats Officer; Dean of Men 
Fred Weaver; Professor E. J. Woodhouse; J. 
Myron Saunders, Secretary of the Alumni Asso- 
ciation; Jean McKeithan; Jane Pointer; Mary 
Jo Cain; Charles Loudermilk; Sam Magill; Joe 
Johnson; and Billy Carmichael. 




The bridge fiends lake over in Graham Memorial 




Seated: Dr. J. M. Lear, Dr. 
Stuart Sechriest, Dr. Lyman 
f'otteii • Standing: EH Joy- 
iier. Chuck Hauser, Billy Car- 
michael, Pete Gems. 



The Publications Union Board, established basically as a financial board, 
acts as co-ordinator for the contractors, engravers, and printers, and the 
three student publications, the Daily Tar Heel, the Yackety Yack, and 
Tarnation. 

Among the duties of the board are the approving of various staff 
appointments upon recommendations of their respective editor-in-chief, 



Bill Carniichafl 
Chairman 




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Publications Union Board 



and making and approving an annual budget for each 
publication, thereby assuring that each has an orderly 
financial business condition. The Publications Board 
does not, however, exert any editorial control over 
any of the three publications. 

Faculty members of the Publications Union Board 
for this year were Dr. J. M. Lear, Dr. Stuart Sechriest, 
and Dr. Lyman Gotten. Ed Joyner, Chuck Hauser, 
Billy Carmichael, III, and Pete Gerns were the stu- 
dent representatives. 

Billy Carmichael served as Chairman of the Board. 
Other officers were: Pete Gerns, Secretary; Chuck 
Hauser, Treasurer; and Ed Joyner, Coordinator. 




larnation 



Yackety Yaeh 



Duih Tar Heel 




Here we are at the Wn-ke/y Wuk page and frankly we don't 
quite know what to say. 

We could rave on about the many hours of labor that 
were spent in the office, the routine checking and the endless 
typing and the frantic aura of approaching deadlines, but 
then we had our brighter moments. Through our work on 
the Yack. we gained a lot of experience and made a lot of 
new friends, and we threw a couple of good parties ! 

So we'll just stop raving and let you, the reader, be the 
judge, because it's your book and only you can say if we 
have truly captured the Carolina spirit. Our hope is that in 
the years to come you can pick up this book and say, "This 
was Carolina in 1949." 




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First Row: Bill Steele, Merrily Brooks, Alice Sharpe, Nell Evans, Helen Eppes. Jean Sloan. Lueile Conly. Betty McDonald, 
Elinor Woltz • Second Row: Fred Fussell, Bert Kaplan, Mary Barker, Elaine Nainian. Harriet Sipple, Bill Duncan, Ted 
Fussell. Nancee Black, Mary McIVease, Molly Blackburn. Dick Nunis • Third Row: Artie Murphey, Fred Blair. Tom Young, 
Ed Davenport, Bill Claybrook, Alan Wiley, Hanip Davis, Jerry Weiss, Larry Fox, Sam Thorne, Lee Gore. 





Class Editors 
Sealed: Nell Evans, Elinor 
Woltz, Bert Kaplan • Stand- 
ing: Lee Gore, Fred Blair. 




Harriet Sipple 
Associate Editor 



Bill Steele 
Coordinator 



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Staff 

BILL DUNCAN Editor-in-Chief 

HARRIET SIPPLE Associate Editor 

BILL STEELE Coordinator 

TED FUSSELL Business Manager 

Doug Smith, Margaret Gaston, Marsden de Rossett, 

Jack Pfautz. 
ELINOR WOLTZ Senior Editor 

Richard Nunis, Eldene Grogan, Jane Sparrow, Jerry 

Weiss, Billy Palmer, Sara Oliver. 
LEE GORE ]:it!ior Editor 

John Denham, Mary Barker, Patty Ann Frirell, Henry 

Reynolds. 
BERT KAPLAN Sophomore Editor 

Boots Taylor, Ed Davenport, Arthur Murphy, Musette 

Brown, Mary McNease. 
FRED BLAIR Freshman Editor 

Betty McDonald, Sam Thorne, Elaine Naiman, 

Audrey Donnan, Lynn Hammock. 
ARNOLD McPETERS . . . Professional School Editor 

Muriel Fisher, Gene Hines, David Tilley. 

NELL EVANS Pharmacy School Editor 

ALICE SHARPE Activities Editor 

Ruth McCann, Tom Young, Lucile Conly, Caroline 

Human. 
BILL CLA^'BROOK Fraternity Editor 

Carl Williams, Hamp Davis, Wallace Kirby, Mary 

Lorimer, June Crockett, Peggy Martin. 
MOLLY BLACKBURN Sorority Editor 

Emily Ogburn, Barbara Payne. 
FRED FUSSELL Honorary Editor 

Merrily Brooks, Nancee Black. 
HELEN EPPES Dance and Beauty Editor 

Anne Huske, Mac Copenhaver. 
LARRY FOX Sports Editor 

Wilson Yarborough, Jane Rankin, Dick Jenrette. 
LEWIS HICKS Photography Editor 

Bruce Harrison, Bob Brooks, Al Wiley. 
JEAN SLOAN Typist 




Section Editors 
Seated: Helen Eppes, Alice Sharpe, Mollv Blackburn • Stand- 
ing: Bill Clavbrook, Fred Fussell, Larry Fox. 




Lewis Hicks 
Photography Editor 



Ted Fusscl 
Business Manager 



The Daily Tar Heel did not rest on its 1947-48 laurels this 
year, but took several large strides forward in its struggle 
toward the top position among college dailies in the nation. 

After radically expanding the size of the newspaper and 
its coverage last year, the staff began the 1948-49 publication 
season with brand new policies and a "New Look" under 
the editorship of Ed Joyner, Jr. The Daily Tar Heel con- 
tracted for a better and more complete United Press news 
wire service, added a new comic strip, "Steve Canyon," and 
surprised old campus readers with a new crossword puzzle 
and other new features in the way of columnists, editorial 
cartoonists, and features. 




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Editorial Staff 



First Rotv: Sally WooclhulU Jane Goner, Wuff Newell, Margaret Gaston, Ina Klein, Faith Adams, Rita Adams • Second Row: 
Roy Parker, Jim Dickinson, Chuck Hauser, Ed Joyner, Jr., Billy Carmichael, III, Dick Jenrette • Thirtl Row: Don May- 
nard, Leonard Dudley, Michael McDaniel, Sam S. McKeel. Joe Cherry, James A. Mills, Larry Fox, Arthur Xanthos. 



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Running the news staff of The 
Daily Tar Heel was Managing 
Editor Cfiuck Hauser. while Billy 
Carmichael, III, and "The Sporting 
Picture" took over on the sports 
pages. 

Tom Holden held down the hard, 
routine work as manager of the 
business department. C. B. Menden- 
hall. Advertising Manager, Owen 
Lewis, Circulation Manager, and 
Jim King, Subscription Manager, 
pitched in to help the affairs of The 
Daily Tar Heel along. 

Sally Woodhull, Campus Editor, and Herb Nachman, 
Town Editor, reigned supreme in the news room, and Jim 
Dickinson held the newly-created position of Feature Editor. 
Veteran reporters such as Lincoln Kan on the South Building 
Beat and Rita Adams in her "Odds and Ends" column turn- 
ed out copy for the campus daily. 

It was a long hard year but, like the rest of the campus. 
The Daily Tar Heel kept growing. 



Tom Holden 
Business Manager 



Chuck Hauser 
Managing Editor 



First Rntc: Ann Green. 
Boolsie Taylor, Marie Nuss- 
bauni. Jackie Sharpe • 
SecontI Row: Jackie Burke. 
T. E. Holden. C. B. Men- 
denhall. Alan Susnian. 
Betty Huston • Third Row : 
Pat Denning, Dale Mor- 
rison, Becky Huggins. 





Tom Wharton 
Co-Editor 




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Editorial Staff 



first Row: Bob Stur<livaiit, Bill Boslic. Steve Horn, Bill kellam • Second Row: Ted 
Duval. Tom Wharton. Violet I,a Rne. Robert Smith. Tom Kerr • Third Row: Oorge 
Grizi-ar.l. Hill Mnrri^oii. J:-..k Tavior. A. Frank Moore. Dave S'larpe. 






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In the spring of 1947 the need of a humor magazine on the 
campus was realized by a number of interested students. The 
Student Legislature finally allotted funds for a regular 
quarterly humor magazine and Tarnatio)i was born, with 
humorist Tookie Hodgson as its first editor. 

Shortly after the first issue of the brand new Hodgson 
baby hit the campus the historical scrap between Tarnation 
fans and Carolina Magazine supporters began, A student 



referendum finally decided the issue in favor of Tarnation 
and established the humor mag as a monthly publication. 
Tarnation had arrived ! 

This year Tarnation went right on humoring the campus 
under the leadership of Co-Editors Bob Smith and Tom 
Wharton, veteran members of the staff from its embryonic 
stage. Other offices were held by Tom Kerr, Assistant Editor, 
and Lester Teal, Business Manager. 



Business Staff 



First Rote: Bert Hawley, Dave Moore, Sam Moore • Seconii Rote: Mary Neelv 
Gene Montgoiiiery, Pat Siilliviin 




Lester Teal 
Business Manager 



Tom Kerr 
Assistant Editor 




Bill Sessions 
Editor 



Carolina Quarterly 

Born last spring after a campus-wide referendum voted the old 
Carolina Magazine out of existence, the Carolina Quarterly was 
organized in order to re-establish some outlet for serious literary 
endeavor on the campus. 

Although the Student Legislature allotted a $1,500 subsidy for its 
first year, the Quarterly became self-supporting after the success of 
its first issue. The Quarterly stresses critical articles by professional 
writers, the best student creative work in short stories and poetry, 
and includes a book review section. 

Editor of the Carolina Quarterly in its first year of publication 
was Bill Sessions. Emily Sewell served as Business Manager. 




Seated: Ruth Whalen, Betty Peirsoii, Margaret Anne Wells, Virgie Malson, Bill Sessions. 
Priscilla Moore, Marilyn Meeks, Martha Moore, Aliee Sharpe • Standing: Harry B. 
Snowrfen, Roy C. Moose, Bill Kornegay. Allen R. koenig. Bill Koehnline, Charlie Gibson, 
R. W. Hyde, Lindsey Strieklin, John Kapp. 



Emily Sewell 
Business Manager 




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Carolina Forum 

The Carolina Forum was formed in 1948 by an act of the Student 
Legislature for the purpose of bringing to the student body a well- 
rounded rostrum of interesting speakers. Made up of one representa- 
tive each from the Dialectic Senate, the Philanthropic Assembly, the 
Collegiate Council for United Nations, the Carolina Political Union, 
the International Relations Club, the Student Legislature, and the 
student body at large, the Forum affiliates the groups who previously 
presented speakers and eliminates the conflicts that would arise if the 
groups worked separately. 

The Forum completed a very successful first year. Presented to the 
student body during the fall quarter were such speakers as J. Strom 
Thurmond, Gcvernor of South Carolina and Presidential candidate. 
Senator Robert Taft, and John Stanley Gravel, authority on the 
Palestine situation. 

Charles Lone served as chairman of the Forum. 




Senator Taft, presented by the Forum this year 





Top Row: Herb Alexander. Pete Gems, Edie knight • Hnttoiii How: Herb Mitchell. Banks 
Talley, Jake Wicker 



Charles Long 
Chairman 



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First Row: Marshall H. Roberts, Jr., James M. Gwjnn, Thurman Williams, Leii Brett, Bob 
Breese, Cecil Gant, Jr. • Second Rote: Charles Loudermilk, George F. Rodman. Marietta 
Duke, Connie Roper, Faith Adams, Willie Marjorie Biddiek, John Webb, Buddy Simp- 
son • Third Rotv: Stan Fox, Myles Haynes, Bill Benjamin, Marvin Nathan, Bill Duncan, 
Marvin Lee, Dick Jenrette, Jay Mills. 



University Party 



The University Party, having functioned continuously for two decades, is the 
oldest of the campus political groups. 

Its membership is composed of organizations which elect one representative 
to the steering committee. Any student group of twenty-five or more members 
can qualify as an organization and obtain a vote on this committee which for- 
mulates party policies and serves as the medium of expression for participating 
organizations. 

It is the conviction of the party that this group organization provides a 
more efficient organ for administering the function of political parties in stu- 
dent government, and this belief has been justified in the past by the high 
caliber of University Party Candidates elected to responsible student govern- 
ment offices. 

Top offices in the University Party were held this year by: Thurman 
Williams, Chairman; Len Butt, Vice-Chairman; Marietta Duke, Secretary; and 
Bob Breeze, Treasurer. 




Thurman Williams 
Chairman 



Page 436 




Sitting: Bud Hampton. Gene Newton, H. E. Braswell, Jr. • Standing: Joseph F. Jones, 
John D. Eason, Hugh A. Wells, James F. Chesnutt 



University Veterans Rssociation 



Founded in the summer of 1945, the University Veterans Association has been 
one of the dominant student organizations on the campus since the end of the 
war. It now boasts an average membership of one thousand per quarter. 

The organization functions primarily as a welfare group, with the emphasis 
on problems concerning veterans. Among the objectives on its agenda have been 
securing lower rents in Victory Village, establishing a student cooperative store, 
and securing higher subsistence for veterans. On all such questions the Veterans 
Association has taken an active and positive stand. 

On the social side, the Maintenance of the Vets Club by the Association 
has provided a place of enjoyment and relaxation for veterans and their dates 
throughout the year and has proved to be one of the most popular spots on the 
campus. 

President of the Veteran's Association at Carolina this year was Gene 
Newton. 




Gene Newton 
President 



Page 437 



After a short recess during the war, the Town Men's Association was 
reactivated in the spring of 19-47 and has become an active group on the 
campus with a membership of 37. Composed of students living off the 
campus, the Association represents a cross-section of the student body. 

The activities of the Town Men's Association consist chiefly of social 
events which give the town students a chance to get acquainted. As an 
organized group, the Association acts in the interest of all town students in 
campus affairs and this year attained representation on the Board of 
Directors of Graham Memorial Student Union and in the University Club. 

Officers for the current year were: John Van Hecke, President; Alex 
Sessoms, Vice-President; Dan McGlaughlin, Secretary; and Gran Childress, 
Treasurer. 




John Van Hecke 
President 



Town nrien's Rssociation 



First Row: Harry L. Pendergrafl, John Wm. Mt-Keel, Bob F'adrich. John S. Taylor. John 
C Jordan, Nelson W. Taylor, HI • Second Row: Kiniscy King, Ralph Hebb, Dan 
McLaughlin, John Van Hecke, Gran Childress, Robert B, Cain, Bill Buchan, Banks 
Mebane • Third Row: Robert A. Miller, V. A. Hoyle, Jr., Pete Clewis. Jimmy Peal. Bud 
Freeman. Frank Krauss, III, George F. Rodman, Dave Sharpe. 




Page 438 




Carolvn Guthrie 
President 



The Town Girls Association is now well established as an important coed 
organization on the campus. As an organized group, the Association pro- 
vides an opportunity for the girls who live in Chapel Hill to become 
acquainted with student affairs and to participate in extra-curricular 

activities. 

The Town Girls Association plays a leading role in many campus 
projects. One of the most popular events of the year, the annual Sadie 
Hawkins Day race, was sponsored by the Town Girls in conjunction with 
other groups. Other main features of the Town Girls Association's pro- 
gram for the year were a party for the graduating coeds in the spring and 
the operation of a refreshment booth in the Rendezvous Room during the 
Christmas holidays. 

Officers this year were: Carolyn Guthrie, President; Letsy Gallager, 
Vice-President; Betsy Emory, Secretary; Marie Sparrow, Treasurer. 



Town Girls Rssociation 



First Row: Kalheriiie Hogan, Becky Huggins. Mary Mae Kear, Carolyn Guthrie, Pat 
Wiiislow, Dot Sloan, Frances Greene • Second Row: Betty Sue Jacobs, Janet Ellington, 
Mary Deane Williams, Elizabeth Heler, Jane Sparrow, Phillis Ferguson, Preston Wescoat, 
Elizabeth Lyons, katherine Thompson, Barbara Garrett • Third Row: Pat Sullivan, 
Madeline Jennings, "Bootsie" Taylor, Jean Cashion, Jeanne Vashaw, Madge Crawford, 
Betsy Heath, Jo Bissell. 




Pate 439 



Since 1858 the Young Men's Christian Association has been an agent of 
Christian service for the University. The Y. M. C. A. is a fellowship of all 
men who seek to contribute spiritually or financially to bettering campus 
conditions. Activities based on student interest are planned by a cabinet 
with the co-operation of numerous student committees and an Advisory 
Board of faculty and townspeople. 

This year ever-expanding projects have included maintenance of a 
building as a campus center, information services, campus-wide con- 
ferences, publications, house discussions, the Freshman Friendship Council, 
and pre-school conferences. 

Various other charity drives and religious movements were sponsored 
in co-operation with other religious groups. 

Y. M. C. A. officers for 1948-49 were: Peter Burks, President; Sam 
Magill and Bill Brown, Vice-Presidents; and Ed Strain, Secretary-Treasurer. 




Ymcn 



First Row: Charlie Bartlett, Doug Smith, Coy Rogers. Ed McCloud, Charlie Foley, A. C. 
Mangum • Second Rate: Charlie Gibson, John Hough, Bill Brown, Warren Ashby, Pete 
Burks, Claude Shotis, Ed Strain, Bob Barrus • Third Row: George Grizzard, Charlie 
Britt, Fred Thompson, John Brockman, Bob Goodjvin, John Burdell, V. L. James. 




Page 440 




Mary Anne Daniels 
President 



YUUCR 



Formally organized on this campus in 1937, the Y. W. C. A. has continued 
to grow in organization and leadership. In seeking to know God, to under- 
stand and follow Christ, it determines to make a full and creative college 
life possible for all people. 

Activities of the Y. W. C. A., organized through committees, include 
such groups as Campus Affairs, the Cosmopolitan Club, Public Affairs, 
Race Relations, and Social Service. Very popular projects sponsored by the 
Y. W. C. A. are candy stores in the dorms and volunteer baby-sitting for 
families of the students. 

The Y. W. C. A. works with the Council on Religion in Life on the 
World Student Service Fund and Religious Emphasis Week, and partici- 
pates annually in fall and winter retreats for interested students, teas for 
foreign students, and group discussions on pertinent topics. 

Officers for the year were: Mary Ann Daniels, President; Maria Davis, 
Vice-President; Sara WoodhuU, Secretary; Virginia Nash, Treasurer; and 
Gay Currie, Executive Director. 



First Row: Ida K. Constable, Sue Stokes, Edie Knight, Jane Powter, Helen Neighbours, 
Faith Adams, Teeny Royall • Second Row: Anne Carlton, Emily Ogburn, Virginia Far- 
ward. Gay Currie, Mary Ann Daniel, Margaret Ann Wells. Jean McKeithen, Patsy MeNutt, 
Lil Hotard • Third Row: Bert Kaplan, Jean Somervell, Kathryn Horis, Maria Davis. 
Mary Glen Slates, Barbara Anne Pope. Virjiinia INasli. Betty Perkinson. 




Page 441 



Rquinas Club 




Rudolph Tropea 
President 




The Aquinas Club is an organization formed to bring closer together the stu- 
dents of Catholic faith on the Carolina campus. 

At its bi-monthly meetings the fundamental doctrines and modern precepts 
of the Church are discussed, thereby enriching and augmenting the spiritual life 
of the Catholic students. A social interest is stimulated through the medium of 
Communion breakfasts and holiday parties. In this way each of the members 
has been more successful in meeting the religious problems of life on a college 
campus. 

Officers for the year were: Rudy Tropea, President; Dan McLaughlin, 
Vice-President; Ruth McCann, Secretary; and Don Munroe, Treasurer. 



First Row: Raymond Scala, 
Joseph Zahraii. James K. 
Daughertv, John B e s h a r a, 
John Stoioff, John Adams, 
Daniel MrLaughlin • Second 
Roic: Tracy Sluroken. Mar- 
jorie Holland, Mary MoCon- 
ville, Dr. Merced S. Duque, 
Genevieve Faucher, Genevieve 
Trott. Ruth McCann, Marilyn 
Meeks. Dorothy A. Charles, 
Marifrancis Fitzgihbon. Ru- 
dolph Tropea • Third Row: 
A. Arteaga. Gordon Pierponl. 
Angelo Verdicanno, George 
Rabil, Sol Monsour, Albert 
Bergendorf, D. Munroe. Rev. 
P. J. Kenney, Ferris Treme, 
Harry Snowden, Jr. 



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Betsy Huggins 
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. Church School, Sunday night suppers 
and informal forums. 

Plans were made this year to erect one of the largest and best 
equipped student centers in the country to provide facilities for the 
student programs. 

The Baptist Student Union Council meets every Monday night 
to determine policies and plan programs. Through the Council on 
Religion in Life, the Baptist Student Union cooperates with other 
religious groups on the Carolina campus. 

Betsy Huggins served as president this year. 



Baptist Student Union 




First Row: Milh.ii llli". I lMrl<•<•^ Griiiie. Ecllvii Vi . Frecrks • Si'coiid Row: Walter MiCra«. 
Phyllis Ann Gentry, Helen Strawii, Belsy Huggins, Rinian Mutli • Third Row: Cove O. 
Rogers, Oliver Caskins, Don G. Shropshire, Orman D. Hutcherson, Bill Cash. 



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Hillel Foundation 




The Hillel Cabinel 
Seated: Fred L. Swartzberg, Fraiiciiie Mellon. Ben kaplaii, Micki Pearlman, Rabbi 
Samuel Perlman, Leon Morse, Charlotte Rosenberg, Elaine Nainian, Joe Lefkowitz • 
Standing: Alan Edeleman, Nelson Posner. Jay Joseph, Irving Greenspon, Jake Rosen- 
bloom. 



The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation was organized twenty-five years ago by the 
B'nai B'rith, the largest Jewish service organization in the country. There are 
now 190 Hillel units serving Jewish students throughout the United States, 
Canada, and Cuba. 

The Foundation attempts to meet the religious, cultural, social, and voca- 
tional needs of the Jewish students on the campus. Activities include religious 
services, exhibits, forums, classes, dances, vocational information, and projects 
of an interfaith nature. 

Hillel is a democratic organization. The program is determined by the 
Cabinet and by the various committees, through which the students participate 
in the organization. The Hillel Foundation thus helps train the students for 
leadership in the Jewish and the general community. 

Officers this year were: Leon Morse, President; Jay Joseph, Vice-President; 
Charlotte Rosenberg, Secretary ; and Joseph Lefkowitz, Treasurer. 



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Seated: Brooks Patton, Edward Buckner, Kathr^n Hovis, Jim Brockman, Robert Woody 
• Slanding: Mary Lee Lambert, Fletcher Hollingsworth, J. D. Foust, Bob Bunch, Joe 
Beasley, Bob Dulin, Roy Mills, Doris Weaver. 




Edward Buckner 
President 



The Wesley Foundation is a group sponsored by the University Methodist 
Church which includes all denominations and faiths in its membership. 

The Foundation has its aims the training of students in ethical and social 
standards and the development of a spiritual inspiration, all of which is an 
indispensable part of a well-rounded education. An attempt to guide students 
to a higher degree of personal worship and a feeling of the nearness of God 
was emphasized in the program this year. 

The organization functions through a group of committees covering the 
areas of Social Action, Personnel, Program, and Recreation. The many activities 
of the group included Sunday supper programs, picnics, group singing, plays, 
worship services, and square dances. 

Reverend Brooks Patten is the Director of the Wesley Foundation. Other 
offices were held by: Ed Buckner, President; Jim Brockman, Vice-President; 
Kathryn Hovis, Secretary ; and Bob Woody, Treasurer. 




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The 

University Band 

In 1903 the University Band was organized in order to give the 
students a chance to participate in a marching musical organization. 
Under the directorship of Professor Earl Slocum, the main project 
of the band this year was playing and marching at football games, 
as well as leading torchlight parades and pep rallies. 

The band serves to increase and augment the enthusiasm of 
the spectators at the football games. The precisely executed and 
intricate marching designs and the excellent music never fail to 
hold the interest of all present. Throughout the year the band also 
presents formal concerts and informal lav.n programs. 

Officers this year were: Bynum Weathers, President; James 
Rogers, Vice-President; and Harold Andrews, Secretary-Treasurer. 




Earl Slocum 
Director 



The University of North Carolina Varsitv Band 





First Row: Louis Lineberry, Jr., John W. Moore, Bud Reagan, Larry Holt, Arnold 
McPelers, Ralph W. Bennett, Ralph D. Morris, Jr., Coy W. Carson, Frank Kilpatriek • 
Second Row: Jim Stickney, Mildred Roon, Martha Allen, Carolyn Bishop, Katherine 
Sevier. Walter Allen, Elaine Nainian, Barbara Bess, Pat Sherrill, Sandra Sisk, Bettv Brown, 
Dick Triffin • Third Row: Bill Eoherd, Pat Moore, Bill Roth, Paul Goodnian, Bob 
Edwards, Ragland Medicus, Hiden Ramsey, Charles Odell, Bob Harpe, Jerome Lewis, 
Bill Gregory, Monroe M. Reddin, Jr., Joe Bassett, Lewis Clay, Harold Cummings. 

UUestern Rorth Carolina Club 



The Western North CaroHna Club was organized to bring closer together the 
students from the western part of the state and to foster a fraternal spirit among 
its members through their common home ties. 

One of the main attractions of Carolina sponsored by the Western North 
Carolina Club is the square dance team, which attempts to teach the art of 
square dancing to high school students and other interested groups. 

Through its large membership, the Western North Carolina Club is able 
to play a leading role in many campus events. Its main project each year is the 
sponsoring of the traditional Sadie Hawkins Day festivities. Other social activi- 
ties of the club include square dances and vacation dances in Asheville. 

Officers this year were: Walter Allen, President; Robert Edwards, Vice- 
President; Betty Brown, Secretary; and Franklin Kilpatriek, Jr., Treasurer. 




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The Greensboro-Carolina Club 



The Greensboro-Carolina Club was formed for the purpose of uniting 
students from Greensboro in order to benefit them at Chapel Hill 
and at Greensboro, and also in after-college days. 

Still in its infancy, the club was formed in 1947 and has become 
one of the largest organizations on the campus, due to the large 
enrollment of students from Greensboro. 

The Greensboro-Carolina Club has enjoyed some of Greensboro's 
best dances of the year. Big events on this past year's slate of activities 
included two formal dances and two cabin parties. 

Officers for the year were; Henry Reynolds, Jr., President; Garland 
Scruggs, Vice-President; Charles Dwiggins, Secretary; Dick Boren, 
Treasurer; and Shahanne Taylor, Social Chairman. 




Henry Reynolds 
President 




The Steering Committee 
Seated: Dick Boren, Henry Reynolds, Garland Scruggs, Charles Dwiggins • Standing: 
Marietta Duke, Ralph Stack, Fred Trulove, Ed Robins, Harry Derby, W. S. Guest. 



University 

Symphon 

Orchestra 




Harold Andrews 
President 



The University Symphony Orchestra was organized 
in order to give instrumentalists the practice they 
need and to give students and other people in this 
vicinity an opportunity to hear symphonic music. 

Numbering over fifty members, the orchestra is 
composed of students, faculty members, and towns- 
people. Presenting three concerts a year, the Orches- 



tra plays standard symphonic music and accompanies 
operettas and oratorios. However, it concentrates on 
playing original works by North Carolinians and 
music that is not available to the average concert- 
goer. 

Officers were: Harold Andrews, President; John 
Kiser, Vice-President; and David McAdams, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 



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It was only last year that a group of students from 
Wilmington organized a club in order to familiarize 
themselves with their fellow Wilmingtonians. They 
had as their aim the promotion of a spirit of fellow- 
ship and good will among their members. 

Continuing this year with the same objectives, the 
Wilmington - Carolina Club has sponsored group 



social functions to attam a more active union with 
the campus organization and the Carolina alumni in 
Wilmington. 

Officers this year were: George Daughtry, Presi- 
dent; Dan McLain, Vice-President; Pat Hardwick, 
Secretary; and Eloise Jacobi, Treasurer. 



First Rote: Pat HarWwicke, George Daughtry, Dan McClain, Eloise Jacobi • Second Row: 
George Pete Saffo. J. Edgar Williams, Joe J. Gray, Jr., Arthur Xanthos, Caroline Homan, 
Virginia Quinlivan, Joyce Checkner, Oliver Watkins, Paul Baschon • Third Rotv: Jimmie 
Sutton, Sonny Brown, DeWitt Kennedy, Jim Burns, Andrew Andrews, John Tsantes, 
William Hewlett, Ralph Goldstein, "Doc" Clark, Ralph Huband • Fourth Row: Paul 
Weaver. Jim Browne. Edward Rusher, Jr., Dick Gardner, Robert Strickland, Lloyd 
Stanley, Jimmy Grantham, Alton Croome. Charles Milton. Ebe Godwin, Andv Svmmes. 




The words and the music — Petc- 
Strader, seated; Fred Young and 
Tread Covington, standing. 




Sound 
and 
Fury 



Under the guidance of President Jerry Weiss. 
Sound and Fury, the musical comedy organiza- 
tion on the campus, entered its most active year 
with a repeat of the successful summer show 
MARDI GRAS. Original music was written by 
Tread Covington and Fred Young, with Pete 
Strader acting in his usual triple capacity of writer, 
director and designer. 

Throughout the year many smaller shows for 
other campus organizations were presented, along 
with radio programs and benelit performances. 
The production staff continued to experiment and 
.turned out something unusual in the way of 
musical comedy in the spring show, THE FAERIE 
QUEEN. 

Norman Cordon served as faculty advisor. 

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"Cyrano de Bergerac" 



The producing organization of the Dra- 
matic Art Department, the Carolina Play- 
makers is nationally known as foremost 
among college theatres. Not only does the 
Playmakers supply a practical laboratory 
for student actors, but it also provides a 
community theatre for the campus and 
town. 

Operated by the Playmakers are a regu- 
lar tlieatre on campus and the famous 
Forest Theatre. Very large productions are 
staged in Memorial Hall. 

This year, in its 31st season, the Play- 
makers, long famous for its one-act original 
plays, instituted a policy emphasizing the 
full-length student written play. The ex- 
periment proved successful with the pres- 
entation of EGYPT LAND by Robert 
Armstrong in the fall quarter. 

In addition to the original plays and the 
regular season of professionally written 
and classical plays, the Carolina Playmak- 
ers toured for its 40th time in North and 
South Carolma with THE SCHOOL FOR 
SCANDAL. 




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Dialectic 




Senate 



James Soullicrlai 
President 



One of the most outstanding organizations on the 
campus, the Dialectic Senate has the distmction of 
being the first extra-curricular activity at Carolina and 
takes pride in having produced such prominent na- 
tional figures as James K. Polk, Zebulon Baird Vance, 
Frank P. Graham, Wiley P. Mangum, Robert B. 
House, Archibald Henderson, Thomas Ruffin, Wil- 
liam R. Davie, and Thomas Wolfe. 

Modeled after the North Carolina General As- 
sembly Senate in Raleigh, the Dialectic Senate pro- 
vides an opportunity to learn and practice parlia- 



mentary procedure and public speaking. In its regular 
meetings which are sessions open to all students, the 
Di stimulates the exchange of ideas on campus, state, 
national, and international issues. 

Throughout its history the Di has played an active 
part in maintaining the liberal principles for which 
Carolina is famous. 

Officers this year were: Jim Southerland, Presi- 
dent; Gran Childress, President Pro-tem; Jerry Petti- 
grew, Critic; Cam West, Clerk; and Charles Long, 
Treasurer. 



First Roic: Dortch Warriner, Richard Bower, Sam Manning, Spencer Blaylock, Don 
Latta • Second Rok: Don G. Shropshire. Lindsay Tate, Gran Childress, Jerrv Pettigrcw, 
James Southerland. Camest West, Marshall Pinnix. Banks Talley • Third Roic: Frank 
Utiey. Jr.. James Louis Lamm, Charles Odell. Jr.. Wm. Foster, Jr.. Charles Long, Morris 
Knudsen. Talhert R. Selhy, Garland Frank Huffman, Jr. 





Ernie House, Critic; Dave Sharpe, 
Treasurer; Wimp Ervin, Speaker Pro- 
teni; Bob Coulter, Speaker; Pete Gerns, 
Parliamentarian; and Page Dees, 
Clerk. 



Philanthropic Rssembly 



Since its reorganization in 1943, the Philanthropic 
Assembly has carried on in the tradition of its previous 
150 years of history. Proud of its heritage, the Phi 
continues to stress the importance of public speaking 
through active debate programs on current issues. 

Aside from the regular weekly debates, the As- 
sembly maintains an integrated program of weekly 



supper meetings, outings, historical projects, debate 
excursions, and banquets. Among the goals for the 
future are legislative desks, a historical quarterly, 
radio coverage, and a motion picture of Phi history. 
Officers this year were: Robert Coulter, Speaker; 
Winfred Ervin, Speaker Pro-tem ; Peter Gerns, Parlia- 
mentarian ; and Ernest House, Critic. 



First Roic: Page Harris, Violet LaRue. Bob Brooks, Bryant Griswold, Ruth Bradley, 
Graham Jones • Second Row: Wimp Ervin, Page Dees, Bob Coulter, Pete Gerns, Dave 
Sharpe • Third Row: Pete Burks, David Clinard. Bernard Plemnions, Walter Montgomery, 
Willie Benbow, Charles Cowell, Bill Dawkins. 



Carolina 
ndependent 

Coed 
Rssociation 



The Carolina Independent Coed Association is an 
organization that welcomes as members all non- 
sorority coeds, as well as all coed "Stray Greeks". Its 
primary purposes are to organize and unify the in- 
dependent women on the campus, to promote good- 
will and fellowship among all coeds, and to provide 
opportunities for the development of leadership 
through group activities. 

Social functions in the interest of the independents 
are sponsored by C. I. C. A. and many worthwhile 




Eloi$e Jacob! 
President 



projects are undertaken in cooperation with other 
campus organizations. The year's activities included 
the co-sponsoring of Sadie Hawkins Day festivities 
with the Town Girls Association and the Western 
North Carolina Club, a Christmas dance at the Caro- 
lina Inn, the annual fashion show, and a spring 
party. 

Officers for this year were: Eloise Jacobi, Presi- 
dent; Marty Hinkle, Vice-President; Joyce Harris, 
Secretary; and Kathryn Harris, Treasurer. 



First Roic: Betty Long. Betty McMahan, Gwen Baber. Margery Bradley, Renate Hoke • 
Second Roiv: Betty Huston, Kathryn Hovis, Marty Hinkle, Eloise Jacobi, Carolyn Kinisey, 
Carolyn Bishop • Third Row: Jo Ann Carpenter, Margaret Booth, Audrey Branch, Carolyn 
Guthrie, Roxie Ann Walters, Lillian Wilson. 




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Stray Greeks 




In 1944, 30 enterprising young coeds, under the leadership of Twig 
Branch, formed the first Stray Greeks organization, composed of sorority 
girls whose chapters are not represented on this campus. Since then the 
Stray Greeks have continued to further their position on the campus and 
have achieved more and more recognition as a social group. 

The idea behind the organization is to provide a social outlet for its 
members and to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority 
life. Through various activities, such as picnics, teas, and the sponsoring 
of other campus affairs, these objectives are realized. The Stray Greeks also 
participate actively in the Pan Hellenic Council. 

This year the Stray Greeks boasted 25 members, representing 9 
sororities. Officers were: Molly Craig, President; Beth Deaton, Vice- 
President; Alice Sharpe, Secretary; Joy Kalt, Treasurer; and Kay Holding 
and Molly Craig, Pan Hellenic Representatives. 



First Row: Grace Sneed, Ann Bridger, Dot Fawcett, Jean Ogburn, Sara Williams 
Second Row: Beth Deaton, Kay Holding, Molly Craig, Alice Sharpe, Joy Kalt. 




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Dr. Mary C. Engstroni 
Faculty Advisor 




Debate 




Dr. G. A. Barrett 
Factilly Advisor 



The Debate Council is a direct outgrowth 
of the two debating societies of Carolina, 
the Dialectic Senate and the Philanthropic 
Society. From its beginnings in these or- 
ganizations, it represented for many years 
the student government at Carolina until 
it was replaced as such in the thirties by 
the Student Government as we now know 
it. The Council is composed of students 
who are selected by the forensic squad, one 
member for each of the debating societies, 
and two faculty advisors, selected by the 
Debate Council. 

Present activities of the Council include 
representing Carolina in intercollegiate 
debates and other forensic matches. It also 



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Pete Gerns 
Merle Stevens 



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Blanton Miller 
James Taylor 



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determines the policy of and governs the debate 
squad. 

The Debate Council meets competition from most 
of the major colleges in the East, as well as attending 
the largest of the national debate tournaments, which 
are held annually at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and 
New Orleans. The competition at these events is in 
debating, newscasting, orations, dramatic readings, 
extemporaneous speaking, after-dinner speaking, and 
poetry reading. 

Recently the Council has expanded its activities to 
include an annual Intramural Debate Tournament. 



which has aroused considerable interest among dormi- 
tories and fraternities, and sororities. It also handles 
the representation of Carolina at the State Student 
Legislature, which is an annual meeting of students 
from North Carolina colleges at the state capital in 
Raleigh. 

Officers of the Debate Council for the year were: 
Earl Fitzgerald, President; Blanton Miller, Vice-Presi- 
dent; and James Taylor, Executive Secretary. Mr. 
G. A. Barrett and Dr. Mary C. Engstrom served as 
faculty advisors. 



Intramural Winners 
Charles Dixon and Hurshell Keener 



A yarsily Debate Team 
Sealed : Herb Mitchell. Herbert Yates • Stamling: Paul 

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nternational Relations Club 




Sealed: Banks Talley, John Saii<lirv. (.eorgia Fox, Charlie kauffnian. Dr. Carl I'l-gg • 
Standing: M. Blegvad, Edit- Knight, Marty Davis, Mr. Ralph E. Grimes, Mrs. Grimes, 
Francine Mellon, John Rogerville. 



Rounding out its eleventh year at the University, the 
International Relations Club operates as a unit of a 
nation-wide network of similar student organizations. 

The primary objective of the I. R. C. is the foster- 
ing and promotion of interest in current international 
affairs in behalf of college students. To further this 
cause the Club has brought to the campus speakers of 
national and international renown, sponsored faculty 
forums on special topics, and published regularly a 
column on international affairs in The Daily Tar Heel. 
The I. R. C. has also united with other similarly in- 
clined campus organizations in presenting programs 
of special interest to the student body. 

It is in its weekly meetings, however, that the 
I. R. C. accomplishes its aims most fully. Here in the 
open discussions students are given the opportunity 
to express their opinions and to learn from others. 



Officers were: John Sanders, President; Charles 
Kauffman, Vice-President; Georgia Fox, Secretary; 
and Fred Bates, Treasurer. 



John Sanders 
President 




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Carolina Political Union 



Herbert Alexander James Soiitherland 

Chairman V iro-Chairman 



The Carolina Political Union is a non-partisan student 
organization which was founded in 1936 for the 
purpose of bringing to the campus outstanding speak- 
ers representing various political and social view- 
points. Through the years, activities of the Union 
have broadened to include regular roundtable dis- 
cussions and forums concerning important public 
issues of the day. 

The C. P. U. continues to exert its influence to 
bring well-known speakers to the campus. Special 
emphasis is also given to weekly roundtable sessions 
which are held each Sunday evening. 

Officers for the year were: Herbert Alexander, 
Chairman; Jim Southerland, Vice-Chairman; Richard 
Simpson, Secretary; and Edlyn Freerks, Treasurer. 




Richard Simpson 
Secretary 



Edlyn Freerks 
Treasurer 




Seated: Bill Robertson, Dick Simpson, Herb Alexander, Jim Southerland, Edlyn W. 
Freerks, Marshall H. Pinnix • Standing: M. Coldenthal, Jake Wicker, John Sevier, Marie 
Wicker, Page Dees, E. B. Jeffress, Marvin Nathan, R. E. Giles. 



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A leading organization on the campus every year, the Men's Glee Club 
opened the season with the annual University Day concert, which 
featured the Credo by Palestrina. 

Highlights of the year were the brilliant performances rendered 
at the Christmas concert, in combination with the \X''omen's Glee Club, 
and the highly successful spring concert. The season was brought to 
a fine close with a tour of several cities in the state. 

Led by veteran director Paul ^'oung, the Men's Glee Club is 
made up of 160 outstanding voices. At all the concerts the men sang 
to full audiences and received higher praise at each outing. 

President this year was Carl Perry. 



Under the leadership of Paul Young, the Women's Glee Club has 
completed still another successful season. A comparatively young 
organization, the Club continues to grow each year both in size and 
in technique. 

Popular events of the fall were the annual University Day and 
Christmas concerts, given by the combined Men's and Women's Glee 
Clubs. The spring quarter was climaxed by a tour of the state and 
another successful concert. 

The Glee Club presents a combination of light, classical and 
operatic music. Two of the most outstanding works of the year were 
the Stabat Mater by G. B. Pergolesi and Brahms' Alto Rhapsodie 
from Goethe's Harzreise in Winter. 

Officers were: Feme Hughes, President; Barbara Young, 'Vice- 
President; Doris Griffin, Secretary; Bettye Smith, Business Manager; 
and Iris Lee Bost, Publicity Chairman. 




Feme Hughes 
President 



UUomen's Glee Club 



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The German Club 




First Roiv: Miss Celeste Gold with Robeson S. Boykiii; Miss Mary Moore with Gene Graham; Miss Elizabeth Myatt with 
Roy Holsten; Miss Nell Perry with Bruce Jones; Miss Louise Parker with Steve Jones; Miss Sarah Slocum Morris with 
Walt Jones • Second Roiv: Miss Katherine Scruggs with Rex Kennedy; Miss Edith Allison with W. G. Shelton; Miss Patsy 
McNutt with George Strong; Miss Joan Lucas with Walt Tally; Miss Frances Griffith with Harvey Ward; Miss Jean Barnet 
with Rotcher Watkins. 



The German Club, composed of representatives of 
thirteen social fraternities on campus, sponsors three 
dance week-ends each year, bringing name bands to 
the campus. Under the efficient direction of Bob 
MacMillan, President, the 1948-49 dances were claim- 
ed highly successful. 

Beginning with Fall Germans in November 
featuring Eliot Lawrence, German Club activities got 
off to a promising start. Next on the calendar of 
events were Midwinters in February, bringing Tommy 
Dorsey and his orchestra to play for the event. Final 
dances in the spring wound up the club's social activ- 
ities for the season. 

Other officers include Roy McKnight, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Henry Dowdy, Secretary, and Carl Durham, 
Treasurer. Fraternities belonging 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. 




First Roiv: Miss Lib Schofield with Bob MacMillan. Presi- 
dent; Miss Barbara Fehr with Roy McKnight, Vice-Presi- 
dent • Second Row; Miss Gorinne Grinisley with Henr>' 
Dowdy, Secretary; Miss Carolyn Auld with Carl Durham, 
Treasurer. 



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Fall Germans 

Fall Germans, at the head of a calendar of gala 
social events for the year under the sponsorship of 
the German Club, featured Elliot Lawrence as the 
main attraction of a crowded week-end. Beginning 
with a concert on Friday afternoon with a very at- 
tractive vocalist as the outstanding feature, the week- 
end got off to a promising start. The crowds at the 
Friday and Saturday night were evidence of Law- 
rence's popularity, and strains of "Be a Clown" were 
heard on the campus for weeks after the dance was 
only a pleasant memory. 




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Midwinters dances, the second in a series of German 
Club sponsored dances, were highligiited by the visit 
once more of that Sentimental Gentleman of Swing, 
Tommy Dorsey and his newly reorganized orchestra. 
Held in the second week-end of February, the set 
offered a formal dance on Friday night, with German 
Club officers and their dates forming the figure, a 
concert on Saturday afternoon, and another dance on 
Saturday night. Tommy Dorsey's Sentimentalists were 
on hand to complete the musical entertainment. The 
closing notes of 'I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" 
put the finishing touches to another successful Ger- 
man Club dance week-end. 




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Tex Beiieke starts out with Moonlight Serenade 



Spring Finals 




Finals were a perfect climax to a highly successful 
year for the German Club. Tex Beneke and his troupe 
were in top form for this, the last of the German 
Club sponsored events of the 1947-48 season. The 
week-end got underway on Friday night with a formal 
dance in Woollen Gym with the Beneke group giving 
out with what was acclaimed "really smooth music". 
On Saturday afternoon there was a concert in JVIe- 
morial Hall, with the number of spectators crowding 
the building, ample proof of his popularity at 
U. N. C. Closing the events for the week-end with a 
second dance on Saturday night the German Club 
ended their year of social activities v/ith a perfect 
dance week-end. 



The Moonlight Serenaders featured with Beneke 



Frolics, held the latter part, brought the stylized 
vocals and arrangements of Tony Pastor and his 
orchestra to the Carolina campus again. Sponsored 
by the May Frolics Club, the week-end included 
two nights of dancing in Woollen Gym, and 
a concert on Saturday afternoon. Officers of the 
club and their dates formed a figure during inter- 
mission at the Friday night dance. Perfect weather 
plus topnotch entertainment were the combina- 
tion for another perfect Frolics week-end. 




GiTinuii Club PresitU'iit Robert MacMillaii with Lib Scholfield 



Frolics 



Pausing for a picture during the dance 





George Kenyon 
Chairman 



The University Dance Committee 
has as its foremost objectives the 
role of host at Carolina dances and 
the task of maintaining order at 
social functions sponsored by cam- 
pus organizations. This group of 
students, familiar in their formal 
dress with blue and white rosettes in 
their lapels, in their careful vigi- 
lance of campus dances are striving 
toward making Carolina dances the 
functions that both students and 
faculty desire. During the 1948-49 
season the Committee has effectively 
performed its duty. Headed this 
year by George Kenyon, Chairman, 
and Professor Marvin Allen acting 
in the capacity of advisor, the group 
has had a most successful year, both 
in helping to put on Carolina 
dances and guiding them toward 
perfection. 



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Dance Committee 



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First Row: Leonard Bull, Eugene Graham, Hal Hawkins, James Johnson • 
Second Rote: Joseph Johnson, Charles Johnston, Ralph Jonas, Monroe Landreth 
• Third Row: Bob Kirkland, Roy McKnight, John Pryon, Miles Smith • Fourth 
Row: Len Szafaryn, Andrew Williamson, Allan Williams. 



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Two points of Law 





Gerrard Hall 



Person Hall 



Ly^tr dSeavitlfvil L^ainpi4.6 



South Ituildiiig 



New East and Memorial Hal 















Playing football 



Indoor Sports 



Lyur ^portd 



r 



Three football players 



Outdoor Sports 





A typical Frat house 



Legacy 
Our Housemother 



Kyur ^ratei^nitie6 



In 1897 we had no Sororities, now we do 




m 
m 
m 
m 
m 

m 




An organization 



Students respond to cultural improvement 



Lyur ^y^ctiuitied 



Extra Currioular Aotivitv 



College Spirits . . . 




wxi/" ijeauiti 



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fl Thing Of Beauty Is fl Joy Forever 



Page 479 




HEY. HA' YOU 
HEY, HA' YOU 
HEY, HA' YOU 



HEY, HA' YOU 
HEY. HA' YOU 



HEY, HA' YOU 
HEY, HA' YOU 
HEY, HA' YOU 




All the way J. Strom I No coed trickery here! Pll not go to Slate Old Granddad 

I shoot squirrels, too! Just a bunch of cutups Fraternity Spirit 

Maybe we shoulda' waited 'til Saturday Would she be rough on a date! 



Page 481 




Flea»? We can have fun wherever we are Are you from Dixie? 

Pul on something loose and eome on over She's no coed!! Whatcha expect, a chair, too? Testimonials prove Pi Phi always wilder! 

Catch the ratio!! ^ ho say who dat? 



Page 487 




Whatcha waitin' for? 

Two wav stretch 

But vou're ^OIJ and Vm onlv little me! 



I wish I were a Duck!! 

Let s ^ooooo Carooliiiaaa ! ! ! ! 

^ e are the girls of the Pi Phi Chorus 



in. deux, trois. quatre. cinq 

Parlor Games 

Is a rut line necessarv? 




Touchee! I'm just back from Durham Just watermelon? Corporation Finance pays off Dinner at Hogan's, but where's the food': 

Great Expectations! Where's the ''ed" on the end of Tanii? Once in a while you have a date like that 

Imports Move over, boy! 



Page 484 




UUe Gave Up! 



Page 485 



THE BUILDERS OF 
ALL 
AMERICANS 



/ \ 




Qirmers S)airy Cooperstivc^nc. 

"Better Dairy Products" 



For Quality, For Value, For Price 



1 



arfeys 

Mens Shop 



Chapel Hill, N C 




THE KI^G COTTOIS 



'"ins 



Greensboro's Finest Hotel 



HAYWOOD DUKE, Manager 



Page 48B 



I LIKE CHESTERFIELD'S 
MILDER, BETTER TASTE. 



IT'S MY CIGARETTE 




P^--< 



STARRING IN 

FLAMINGO ROAD 

A MICHAEL CURTIZ PRODUCTION 
RELEASED BY WARNER BROS. 





"I'm a 100% Chesterfield smoker. I've tried 
other brands but always come back to Chesterfield. 
They buy fine light tobacco, ripe, sweet and mellow." 



TOBACCO FARMER AND 
WAREHOUSEMAN, PARIS, KY. 



Copj right lyt9, Liccm & hUiRS Todacco Co. 



The Carolina Inn 



Hosts for rhe University 
on all occasions 



OpiTJtuig J Diiiulo Room ciiiJ The Ciiv/iiu Inn Cdjckr 



LI 




Records 






Radios 


L^arouna ^pof 


•/ J^kop 






Chapel Hill 




Athletic 


Equ 


ipment 


Sportswear 



Strod Motor Company 

Your Ford Dealer Since 1914 



100 W Franklin St , Chapel Hill, N C, 



Page 490 




In Every City 
There's A Store 
That Stands Out 
As A Leader . . . 
In Durham 
It's Baldwin's 




Congratulations — 


Class of 1949 


Carolina Coffee Shop 


it 



Compliments of 

DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 

Mill — Industrial and 

Contractors Supplies 

Plumbing — Heating 

Equipment 

i^ 

Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount 
Goldsboro 



Page 49 i 



f^i^(\ 


L. ■, ^^N i ^~^M r» 




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 



W^ 



^ 




Compliments 
of 

jRCK LipmRn 



Finest 
in Men's 
Clothing 



Chapel Hillian 
Since 1924 



CAFE 


SEVILLE 


D 


raft Beer 


Seafood 


Steaks 


So 


ndwiches 


Open 


7/ '/;/ 11:30 


W Franklin St 


Chapel Hill, N C 



Paae 492 




Hospital Saving Association 

of North Carolina, Inc. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES AT CHAPEL HILL 

Th, only nonprofit pre 

payment plan in North J^^ nonprofit Hospitol Saving BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD program of hospitol ond 

(.arolina approved l>y r r ^ 

hoih BLIE CROSS and suroicol SERVICE protection is provided by the doctors and fiospitais of North Corolina 

BLl E SHIELD — the ... < ,. i £ »l c .. 

highest possible national m the interest of the people of the state. 

ASHEVILLE — CHARLOTTE — GREENSBORO —WILMINGTON — WILSON — WINSTON-SALEM 



LedhettEr-Pickard 



DAXZIGEK'S 

CANDY AND COFFEE SHOP 





RnDRELUS-HEnninGER 

Chapel Hill's "Leading Store" 
of better qualities 

Ready-to-wear furnishings 
and shoes 

Phone 5271 



COLLEGE SHU-FIXERY 

Serving UNC Students 
For 15 Years 

Two Doors From The Post Office 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Page 494 



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Sc 



oon in 



^J^iirk 



am 



K^kapel ^J^lll 



ip 




^he ^a ill ion (^cnfer of the S^ontn" 




Compliments of . . . 

ATLANTIC 

MARBLE S TILE COMPANY, INC. 

Over 40 Years in Marble, 
Tile and Terrazzo Contracting 

i^ 

225-227 S, Poplar St. 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 








n 






Compliments of 



HUNTLEY-SHIELDS 

"Home Cwned Food Store" 



Chapel Hill, N C. 




Meet your friends at . . . 

THE 

Buccaneer 

Airport Road Chapel Hill, N C 



Compliments of 

Hazzard Motor Company 

General Motors Dealer 

Sales and Service 

501 W Franklin St., Chapel Hill, N. C 



CHIDNOFF 
STUDIO 



550 Fifth Avenue 



New York 



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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



FOR THE 1949 YACKETY YACK 



Page 497 











^kinkma of Ujou," 











L^ompliments ot 










F TCH 


LUmBER 


CO. 



Here's a Bird 



You'll Want to Know! 



He's your personal guide 

to Colonial Stores 
And grand things inside. 

COLONIAL STORES 

INCORPORATED 




cuRVE-inn 

EER SANDWICHES 

Dancing In The Patio 

FOR THE BEST "HOT-DOGS" 

SOUTH OF BOSTON 

DROP IN 

f4 Mile Out on Durhom Rood 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

BOB and JOE GRAHAM 
Proprietors 



Page 498 



THE LITTLE SHOP 

takes pleasure in outfitting 

the 

COLLEGE GIRL 



Compliments of 



THE PORT HOLE 



^ 




A QUEEN 



Ulmuersitu J'lonst 



Pick Theater Building 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 



49 



ers 



Education is the backbone 
of modern America! 

To each of you. who ore 
completing your studies 
at the University of North 
Carolina, The Charlotte 
Observer offers its 
congratulations. 

The Foremost Newspaper of The Two Carolinas 




L^onaratutations to the L^iaiS ot 1949 



FROM THE 



DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

AND 

THE DURHAM SUN 

Chapel Hill's FAVORITE Daily Newspapers 

It has been the earnest desire of the MORNING HERALD and SUN to provide, 
through the years, outstanding newspaper service for their many valued readers 
in the UNC community. 

For the complete news FIRST in Chapel Hill, you can depend on the Durham 
Morning Herald and The Durham Sun. 

And bringing you "the most of the best" in radio, ore WDNC at 620 kilocycles and WDNC-FM at 105.1 megacycles 
(CBS), the radio voices of the 

Durham Herald - Sun Papers — Durham, N. C. 




f 



U*fe 



First in Fashions in the Carolinas 

1 18 Fayetteville St, 
Raleigh, N C 



University Service Station 

TEXACO 

"In the Heart of Town" 




Our Reputation For 

QUALITY 

/s Your Guarantee For 

VALUE 



Campus Clothes . . . 

We're all set with your favorite classics . . . 
plus foshion — fresh new clothes that will 
click on or off the campus. 




Compliments 
of the 




The Corner Hangout 


E. A. BROW]% 

FlRXITtRE tOMPAlNY 




For Prescriptions 
For Fountain Service 


Phone 6586 




SLOAN DRUG CO. 


106W. Rosemary St., Next to City Hall 




On The Corner Across From Theater 



Page 50/ 



SmiTH-PREVOST 



Cleaners 



113 N. COLUMBIA ST. 



PHONE 3531 



LLOYD-RAY 
C O M P A i\ Y 

Hardware and Furr^iture 



Carrboro, N C 



Phone 3791 



BEPm-BLOCKSIDGE 

COAL AND FUEL OIL 
FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 

Chapel Hill, N. C. Phone 6161 



Dine 



Dance 



terrace i/ieuj 

Open Nightly Except Sunday 
No Cover Charge 

$1 00 Minimum on Week-ends Only 

Dance Combo Playing Every Week-end 

Free Orchids and Champagne Given 
Away Every Saturday Night 

Carolina's Only Night Club 

5 MILES OUT ON GREENSBORO ROAD 

Good Rotes For Private Parties 
Taproom 




Page 502 



Ljfeetinas ffom . . . 

THE mERCHRniS OF 

uumsTon-sflLEin 




Compliments of— 



V^ ^i X'^ LADIES OUTFITTERS 



DURHAM, N. C 




Covers by Kingskraft 

KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 

KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



Continuous Quality 
Continuous Price 




Durham Caca-Cala Bottling Company 



Foister's Camera Store 

Photographic Supplier for 

the Professional and Amateur 

Photographer 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Compliments of 

UJHITE-OHKS DEPHRTIDEnT STORE 

Ladies, Men, Children 
Wearing Apparel 



Main Street 



Carrboro, N, C 



Compliments of 

ANDREWS RESTAURANT 

CHAPEL HILL'S NEWEST 
AND FINEST RESTAURANT 



WESTERN STEAKS 
LUNCHES 



CHOPS 
DINNERS 



WE SERVE THE VERY BEST 





CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, 


INC. 


Sales and Service 




DODGE — PLYMOUTH 




Dodge Trucks 




419W. Franklin St Phone F-3891 




UGGINS 
ARDWARE 



Birthday Cakes 




Wedding Cc 


]kes 


HILL 


BAKERY 




For The Finest 


In Pastries 




Chape 


Hill 


N C. 





TWIN-VILLAGE LAUNDRY 

and 

CLEANERS 

Synthetic Dry Cleaners 
There Is a Difference 

CARRBORO, N. C. 

F-3541 F-3541 



Smart Apparel 
For Smart Women 

MY SHOff 

112 West Main Street 
Durham 8, N. C. 





The 
Carolina and Village Theatres 

APPRECIATE YOUR PATROKAGE 

AND INVITE YOU TO 
VISIT OUR OTHER 
THEATRES THROUGH- 
OUT THE STATE 

iRTH CAROEIi THEATRES, Inc. 



UniVERSITV CLEHnEBS 



SANITONE^ 



Cleaning — Pressing 

Chapel Hill, N. C, 

Post Office Corner Phone 4921 



Best Wishes To The 


Class of '49 


Electric Construction Co. 


Supplying All Your Electrical Needs 


Chapel Hill, N C 





FOWLER'S 


FOOD 


STORE 




ALL KINDS FRESH MEATS, GROCERIES, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE 
FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON 


For 


Delivery; Phone F-416 




Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Page 506 



JOHNSOK-STROIVD-WARD 

furniture (^oinpanij 

Your General Electric Dealer 

Phone F-3491 Chapel Hill, N C. 



SUTTON'S DRUG STORE 



Si 



ince 1923 





POE-MANGUM AUTO SERVICE 

DeSoto Plymouth 

Sales and Services 

also 
Pure Oil Products 



Chapel Hill, N C 



Phone 6581 



FOR 


FINE FOODS 

IN THE RIGHT ATMOSPHERE 






JOIN YOUR 


FRIENDS 




AT 






AGGIES 






It's Different 





Compliments of 


RIGGSBEE-HinSOn 


FURNITURE COMPANY 


Home of 


BEAUTY-REST MATTRESSES 


HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 


Main St. Carrboro, N. C. 


Phone 5821 




Service Insurance & Realty Company 


Collier Cobb, Jr , Pres 


General Insurance Real Estate 


Rental Management 


Telephone F-419 



Cheer Leoder! 



Cheer Leader! 

On campus or after the game Pepsi -Cola is the 
big big dnnk 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 



Compliments of 



University Restaurant 



'Kansas City Steaks" 



Martha Manning 


Carroll King 


Women's 


Dresses 


Trudy Hall 


Georganna 


BERMAN'S 


Crosby Square 


Arrow and Wing 


Shoes 


Shirts 






In Carrboro It's 




J. B. 

Lumber - 
Carrboro, N 


GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY 

— Sash — Doors — Roofing — Plywood — Mouldings — Insulation 

HIGH GRADE MILL WORK 
I C. Phone F-3911 


Graham, N. 


GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 
C. 


Phone 6-7101 



Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes 



Carrboro, N. C. 



Congratulations 






to another 


graduating 


class 


Carolina 


Barber 


Shop 


"Since 1903" 





Serving the University Community 
Since 1899 



The 

BANK OF 

CHAPEL 

HILL 

— Member F D I C. — 

Clyde Eubonks President 

Collier Cobb, Jr Vice-President 

W. E. Thompson Executive Vice-President 

J. Temple Gobbel Cashier 




Page 509 



19 







SCHOOL PUBLICRTIOnS 

PRiniERS OF YOUR 
YEfiRBOOh 




inoEx 



Air ROTC 248 

Alpha Delta Pi 300 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 368 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 312 

Alpha Gamma Delta 302 

Alpha Kappa Psi 374 

Alpha Tau Omega 314 

Alumnae Association 33 

Aquinas Club 442 

Band 446 

Baptist Student Union 443 

Baseball 285 

Basketball 277 

Beta Gamma Sigma 383 

Beta Theta Pi 316 

Carolina Forum 435 

Carolina Playmakers 453 

Carolina Quarterly 434 

Cheerleaders 292 

Chi Delta Phi 364 

Chi Omega 304 

Chi Phi 318 

Chi Psi 320 

C. I.e. A 456 

Coed Senate 418 

C. P. U 461 

DAILY TAR HEEL, THE 430 

Dance Committee 471 

Debate Council 458 

Delta Delta Delta 306 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 322 

Delta Phi Alpha 375 

Delta Psi 324 

Delta Sigma Pi 372 

Delta Theta Phi 376 

Dialectic Senate 454 

Football 276 

Freshman Class 196 

Freshman Friendship Council 423 

German Club 466 

Gimghoul 385 

Glee Club, Men's 462 

Glee Club, Women's 463 

Golden Fleece 382 

Golf 289 

Gorgons Head 384 

Graham Memorial Student Union 424 

Greensboro Carolina Club 449 

Hillel Foundation 444 

I. F. C 310 

Interdormitory Council, Men's 421 

Interdormitory Council, Women's 422 

Intramural Sports 290 

I. R. C 460 

Junior Class 132 

Kappa Alpha 326 

Kappa Epsilon 371 

Kappa Psi 369 

Kappa Sigma 328 

Lambda Chi Alpha ' 330 

Law School 236 

Medicine, School cf 244 

Men's Council 414 



Minataurs 388 

Monogram Club ; 260 

Navy R. O. T. C 252 

Order of the Grail 380 

Pan Hellenic Council 298 

Pharmacy School 224 

Phi Alpha Delta 377 

Phi Beta Kappa 360 

Phi Chi 378 

Phi Delta Theta 332 

Phi Delta Chi 370 

Phi Delta Phi 367 

Phi Eta Sigma 362 

Phi Gamma Delta 334 

Phi Kappa Sigma 336 

Phi Mu Alpha 365 

Pi Beta Phi 308 

Pi Kappa Alpha 338 

Pi Kappa Phi 340 

Pi Lambda Phi 342 

Philanthropic Assembly 455 

Publications Union Board 426 

Rho Chi 366 

Senior Class 38 

Sheiks 387 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 344 

Sigma Alpha Iota 371 

Sigma Chi 348 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 379 

Sigma Nu 350 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 346 

Soccer 276 

'Sophomore Class 176 

Sound and Fury 452 

Stray Greeks 457 

Student Council 420 

Student Government 412 

Student Legislature 416 

Swimming 280 

1 3 Club 386 

Tau Epsilon Phi . . ; 352 

TARNATION 432 

Tennis 288 

Theta Psi Epsilon 363 

Town Girls' Association 439 

Town Men's Association 438 

Track 283 

University Club 410 

University Party 436 

University Symphony Orchestra 450 

University Veterans Association 437 

Valkyries 381 

W. A. A 293 

Wesley Foundation 445 

Western North Carolina Club 448 

Wilmington North Carolina Club 451 

Women's Council 415 

Wrestling 284 

YACKETY YACK 428 

Y. M. C. A : 440 

Y. W. C. A 441 

Zeta Beta Tau 354 

Zeta Psi 356 




The STAT£ of 

KORTH CAROLINA 

1795 

from the "best AuAorities , &c. 




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if/ Samuel Lewis, 



M. 



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