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B.S.; Ph.D.; LL.D.; D.Sc. 

Kenan Research Professor of Botany, Emeritus 

Chi Psi, Phi Beta Kappa 

Associate Professor of Botany, 1902-1907 

Professor of Botany, 1907-1920 

Kenan Professor of Botany, 1920-1944 

Founder and Director of Coker Arboretum 

President of the Highlands Biological Laboratory, 
1933-1944. 

Fellow of the American Association of the 
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M.D.; Ph.D.; LL.D. 

Kenan Research Professor of Pharmacology, Emeritus 

Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa 

Kenan Professor of Pharmacology, 1905-1950 

Kenan Research Professor of Pharmacology, 
1920-1950. 

Dean of Medical School, 1937-1940 

Fellow of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Sciences. 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences 

American College of Physicians 



JatWic u>€ dedicate . . . 



TO THESE MEN WHO HAVE SO GIVEN OF THEIR LIVES, ENERGIES, 
AND DEVOTION WE HUMBLY DEDICATE THIS BOOK THAT IT MIGHT 
SERVE AS A REMINDER TO SUCCEEDING GENERATIONS OF STUDENTS 
HERE THAT THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF SUCH MEN HAS COME THE 
GREATNESS OF CAROLINA. 

THE LIFE BLOOD OF SUCH MEN AS THESE HAS TRULY BEEN THE 
LIFE BLOOD OF THE UNIVERSITY. AS THE UNIVERSITY IS DEDICATED 
TO THE FURTHERING OF OUR DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY THROUGH 
EDUCATION, SO THESE MEN HAVE DEDICATED THEMSELVES TO 
EDUCATION THROUGH THEIR SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY. 

MAY THE EFFECT THESE TWO MEN HAVE HAD ON OUR UNIVERSITY 
COMMUNITY BE FELT AT LAST ON THE WORLD COMMUNITY. 

THEREFORE, WE HUMBLY AND GRATEFULLY DEDICATE THIS, THE 
SIXTY-FIRST VOLUME OF OUR YEARBOOK, TO WILLIAM dk BERNIERE 
MacNIDER AND WILLIAM CHAMBERS COKER. 



Staff of 1951 




THE CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

i'riiversily iij S'oilli Caivliiia nt LHAi'LL iiiii, . .Now// i.iiioliiin Collei;/ uf -li^i ii uliuii atid Engineering at ralku.h . The Woman's College nl ckeensboro 

CORDON r.RAY, Presideni 
WILLIAM D. CARMICHAEL, JR. 
Controller atid Buiiness Manager 



TO THE CLASS OF 1951: 



I am grateful for the opportunity afforded me 
by the Yackety Yack to extend miy greetings to all Carolina 
students of this University generation. 

I shall always have a particular affection for you 
who have been a part of Carolina this year, because you 
are the first student body I have been privileged to serve 
as President. 

Especially do 1 wish to bid Godspeed to those who 
will not again be students here. You are the first of perhaps 
many, many thousands with whom I will have had a special 
affinity; may Heaven's blessings attend you as you leave 
this campus. And nnay you take a bit of Carolina with you, 
and keep it always in your hearts. 

To all of you, wherever you may be, good luck. 



Sincerely, 





Gordon Gray 
President 



nauguration... 



After the Inaugural Sermon had been deUvered 
at the Woman's College and the Convocation 
had taken place in Chapel Hill, Gordon Gray 
became the second president of the Consolidated 




Acting Consolidated University 
Cormichoel, Jr. turns the Ad 
Gordon Gray. 





University of North Carolina in the final Inauguration 
ceremony in William Neal Reynolds Colosseum at 
State College on Tuesday, October 10, 19')0. 

Representatives from hundreds of colleges and uni- 
versities all over the United States — and the world — 
marched in a chronological procession headed by the 
University Basel (Switzerland) (1460) and concluded 
by Wilmington College (1947). The eyes of the edu- 
cational world were on this man as he assumed the 
duties of the chief executive of a great university at a 
crucial period in the history of man. 

Gordon Gray pledged his allegiance and support to 
the State of North Carolina, to the federal republic of 
the United States of America, and to the cause of 
freedom throughout the world. The Consolidated Uni- 
versity of North Carolina remains a servant of its state, 
a provider of democratic leaders of the nation, and a 
moral and intellectual support to a better world com- 
munity. 



Augustus Devin, 



Gordon Gray delivers his 
second President of the < 
North Carolina. 




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Chancellor Robert House exemplifies what the student and professor like to see in their top 
policy maker. He is indeed a man of learning who puts the highest premium on the ultimate 
goal of education — education for citizenship. At the same time Chancellor House recognizes 
the problems of the processes of education and sets about to help the student solve them. 





WILLIAM WELLS 
Deon of Arts 
and Sciences 



With these Deans rest the great responsibility of 
actually carrying out the principles of education in 
the various divisions of the University. Their task is 
not an easy one, for they must first be aware of the 
over-all policies of the University, then realize their 
responsibility to education itself, and to the schools 
under them. The essence of our stay here as students, 
the final result of our training, and what we actually 
do with our educational experiences when out in life 
will be largely a result of the farsightedness of these 
people. 



LUCILE KELLING 
Acting Dean of 
Library Science 






Governor Kerr Scott 



Kerr Scott, as Governor of the State of North Carolina, is chairman of the Board of Trustees 
of the University of North Carolina. The Board, composed of members from every county in 
the state, is the supreme governing body for the University, answerable only to the General 
Assembly. 




J HAROLD LINEBERGER 

President, 

Alumni Association 



The Alumni Association 

The great spirit and traditions that make Carohna what it is today still exist 
in that large body of citizens spread throughout the world. These ambassadors 
of the Carolina way of life still have a link with their Alma Mater in the 
Alumni Association. 

Many towns and cities throughout the state have their own local alumni 
associations, coordinating their activities in the Chapel Hill office. Reunion of 
classes and meetmgs of other campus organizations have their headquarters in 
the General Alumni Office. 

To keep the individual alumnus posted on the activities of the Association and 
the current activities at the University there is published every month The 
Alumni Review. 

The officers are elected annually by the dues-paying members at large, and 
the very efficient office, located in the Carolina Inn, welcomes any and all 
contributions to help carry on the affairs of this "big family." 

In the more than 40,000 Carolina alumni — both living and dead — the present 
student body makes resolute its faith in the future. 






C. F. TEAGUE 

Business Manager of the University 
and Assistont to the Controller 





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FRESHMAN... 

The Class of |954 



AS WE REPORTED TO COLLEGE TO BEGIN AGAIN OUR DUTIES AS STU- 
DENTS, OUR BROTHERS WERE REPORTING TO THE FRONT IN KOREA, 
RESUMING AGAIN THE DUTIES OF THE AMERICAN FIGHTING MAN. THIS 
TIME HE WAS IN A NEW ARMY— THE FORCES OF THE UNITED NATIONS, 
BUT IT WAS STILL WAR. 

EARLY IN OUR COLLEGE CAREER, AMID CRIES OF WAR AND INTER- 
NATIONAL STRIFE, TALK OF RISING TAXES AND THE FAIR DEAL, WE 
HAD A RARE PRIVILEGE. WE WITNESSED THE INAUGURATION OF THE 
SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. THIJ5 THE PRESIDENT AND WE, THE FRESHMEN, BEGAN A 
CAREER IN EDUCATION, UNCERTAIN OF OUR FUTURE. 




KOREAN WAR BREAKS. 



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GORDON GRAY BECOMES NEW PRESIDENT OF U.N.C. 



Pint Row: Elon Albert Abernethy, Jr., Banner Elk; 
Roger William Ackerman, Wallace; James Ervin 
Adams, Jr., Warrenton ; Wiliam Thornton Adcock, 
Roxboro; Thomas James Adier, Leonia, N. J.; Stephen 
Agapion, Greensboro. 



Second Rou-: Charles Malcolm Aldridge, Macon, Ga. ; 
Hansel Aldridge, Crossnore; Frank Lee Alexander, 
Columbia; Joseph Jethro Allen, Greensboro; Louis 
Howard Allen, Fayetteville; Phil Allen. Raleigh. 



Third Row.- Dan Moore Allison, Jr., Sylva; James 
McLean Alfred, High Point ; Arthur Chase Ambler, 
Ashevillc; Susan Ambler, Ft. Myers, Fla.; Edward 
Street Anderson, Asheville; John Robinson Anderson, 
Guilford College. 

Fourth Rou:- Wallace Elvin Anderson, Chapel Hill; 
Edwin Thomas Andrews, Durham ; Jo Anne Andrews, 
Bonlee ; Donald Lincoln Arledge, Tryon ; Charles 
Hamilton Armstrong, Elizabeth City; Harry Hodges 
Arnold, Dover. 

Fifth Row: Jesse Brown Ashe, Jr., Charlotte; James 
Farrell Austin, Elon College; Frank Kugler Baker, Jr., 
Leonia, N. J.; H. Clyde Baker, Newfield, N. Y.; 
William Luin Baker, Jr., Southern Pmes; Robert 
George Balkin, New York, N, Y. 



Sixth Row: Seymour Bane, Raleigh; Richard Thomas 
Banks, Havelock; Arthur Loren Barbanell, New York, 
N. Y.; Charles Raynor Barber, Goldston; John Rich- 
ard Barkley, Charlotte; John Rogers Barkley, Newton. 



Seventh Row: Newton Buckner Barkley, New Orleans, 
La.; Hugh Martin Barrett, Burlington; Richard Mor- 
row Bartlett, Albany, Ga. ; Robert Lynn Bartley, Wash- 
ington, Pa.; Gordon Battle, Greensboro; Richard Arlen 
Beamer, Mount Airy. 



Eighth Rote: Stuart Charles Benedict, Bethel, Conn.; 
Louis Holcomb Beall, Jr., Winston-Salem; William 
Quinby Beard, Jr., St. George, S. C; Bob Marshall 
Beaty, Charlotte ; Thomas Joseph Beaver, High Point ; 
Grady Garrett Beck, Burlington. 

Ninth Ron-: William David Beck, Statesville; Ned 
Arthur Beeker, Asheboro; Johnsie Lorena Bennett, 
Chapel Hill; Benjamin Carroll Berry, Hartford; 
Francis Kea Berry, Falcon; Marvin Bryan Berry, Ashe- 



Tenth Row: James Collins Berryhill, Charlotte; 
William Robert Bibb, Salisbury; Stewart Candler Bird, 
Atlanta, Ga. ; John Leonard Bitter, Asheville; Foye 
Forbus Black, Jr., Forest City; Samuel Banks Black- 
ivood, Burlington. 






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F/r./ Rfl«v Wilbur Bland Bland, Raleigh; Samuel 
Masters Blount, Washington; Samuel LeGette Blythe, 
Huntersville; Leonard Earl Bobbitt, Durham; Clayton 
Alexander Boggan, Pee Dee; Ronald Jackson Bolina, 
Siler City. 



Second R"w: Rush Walton Bondurant, Williamston; 
Gabriel Boney, Jr., Wallace ; Demette Gordon Bor- 
deaux, Elizabethtown ; John Gold Borden, Goldsboro ; 
Lloyd Russell Bostian, Raleigh ; Richard Lee Bostian, 
Raleigh. 



Third Rou: John Heck Boushall, Tampa, Fla. ; Harold 
Carlton Bowden, Jr., Durham; Edwin Cannon Boyd, 
Greensboro; Robert Byrwell Boyd, Statesville; James 
William Brackert, Gastonia; Harvey Deakins Brad- 
shaw, Greenville. 

Fourth Rou-: Stephen Carroll Brady, Tryon; Edgar 
Thomas Brame, H, Sanford; Paul Adams Brantley, 
Charlotte; James Milton Braswell, Jr., Elm City; Al 
Joe Braxton, Scotland Neck; Richard Thomas Breeden, 
Ir., Morganton. 



Fifth Row: Jimmie Breedlove, Oxford; Coy Marcus 
Brewer, Marshville; David Harold Brewer, High 
Point; James Lloyd Brewer, Jr., Asheville; Jack Elson 
Brinson, Tarboro; Louis Robert Britt, Sea Cliff, N. Y. 



5/\7/i Row: Henry Dwight Brooks, Monroe; Donald 
Eugene Brown, Wilmington; Michael Dillard Brown, 
Anderson, S. C. ; Robert Adrian Brown, Robersonville; 
William Credle Brown, Wilson; Oren Douglas Bru- 
ton, Kinston. 

Seienlh Row: John Wesley Bryan, Jr., Traphill; 
Joseph Kinsley Bryan, Jr., Oxford; Barry Wayne 
Bryant, Annapolis, Md.; Lester Wade Bryant, Mount 
Airy; Kenneth Wright Buchanan, New Orleans, La.; 
Vardaman Moore Bukcalew, Jr., Mobile, Ala. 



Eighth Row: John Moore BuUard, Charlotte; John 
Chester Bullock, Jr., Raleigh; William Riley Bullock, 
Jr., Bethel; Robert Mayne Bundy, High Point; T, 
Alexander Burns, Jr., Asheboro; Charles Donald But- 
ler, Elizabeth City. 



Ninth Row: Harold Thompson Butts, Ormond Beach, 
Fla.; Thomas Augustus Byrd, Raleigh; Thomas Wa- 
hab Cattoon, Swan Quarter; Charles Eugene Cain, 
Elizabethtown; Martha Belle Caldwell, Chapel Hill; 
Donald Durant Campbell, Rutherfordton. 

Tenth Rotr: Clarence William Canrobert, Jr., Conover; 
John Burnette Canver, Conover; Allen Avery Carlton, 
Jr., Forest City; Richard Cartwright Carmichael, Dur- 
ham; William Howard Carr, Miami, Fla.; Charles 
Robertson Carroll, Burlington. 



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FRESHMAN 



First Row: Ernest Eugene Carson, Statesville; Robert 
Wade Carswell, Mount Airy; Sue Kirkland Carter, 
Chapel Hill; William Leon Carter, Raleigh; John 
Aloysius Casha, Rocky Point; Nicholas Andrew Cassas, 
New York, N. Y. 



Second Ron: Martin Alexander Cauble, Jr., Winston- 
Salem; John William Caudle, Winston-Salem; Jon 
Thomas Caudle, Raleigh; Stephen William Cauley, 
Jr., Kinston; DeWitt Chappie, Middletown, Ohio; 
Paul Thorvald Chase, Chapel Hill. 

Th/rJ Row: Peter Gilbert Chase, Chapel Hill; Edward 
Randolph Cheek, Durham; William Polk Cheshire, 
Hillsboro; Richard Anthon Roger Christensen, St. 
Thomas, Virgin Islands of U. S. A. ; Richard Joseph 
Citrini, Durham; Louis Erwin Clark, Greenville. 



Fourth Roir: Neill Edwin Clark, Fayetteville; Clarence 
Straus Clarke, Lenoir; George Roger Clarke, Jr., En- 
field; Kemp Cook Clendeniw, Jr., Greensboro; Bentow 
Franklin Clifton, Jr., Raleigh; David Marion Clinard, 
Winston-Salem. 



Fifth Row: Robert Seitz CHne, Hickory; Harvey Clod- 
felter, Jr., Thomasville; Luther Hall Cluntz, Morgan- 
ton; William Ird Cochran, Roanoke Rapids; Wade 
Hampton Coleman, III, University, Ala. ; Raymond 
Davis Collins, Myrtle, Beach, S. C. 

Sixth Row: John Grady Colson, Jr., Greensboro; 
Robert Lee Connelly, Raleigh ; Henry Workman Con- 
ner, Charleston, S. C. ; Joel DeWitt Conner, Lincoln- 
ton; Gerald Wilson Cook, Winston-Salem; Thomas 
Eugene Cook, Fayetteville. 

Seventh Roir: Robert Reynolds Cooper, Denver, Colo.; 
William Clyde Covington, Jr., Wagram; Russell 
Sholar Cowell, Rocky Mount; George Edward Crad- 
dock, Jr., Cary; William Franklin Craig, Jr., Char- 
lotte; Dwight Little Cranford, Albemarle. 

Eighth Row: James Bruce Crater, Jr., Raleigh; Willard 
Grover Creech, Raleigh; Kenton Bowers Crenser, 
Avondale Estates, Ga. ; Nathan Thomas Crocker, 
Rocky Mount; John Lewis Cronson, New Rochelle, 
N. Y.; Farrell Rondall Crouse, Penn's Grove. 

Ninth Row: Gordon Cameron Crowell, Lincolnton; 
Joseph David Crutchfield, Burlington ; Fay Hoyle Cul- 
berth, Spindale; David Worth Currie. Richmond, Va. ; 
Irvin R. Currin, Olivia; Robert Edward Curtis, 
Marion. 



Tenth Row: Joseph Garner Dail, Jr., Tarboro; Fred 
Jones Dale, Jr., Hickory; Roger Worth Dalehite, 
Hillsboro; William Henry Dameron, Goldsboro; 
Charles Rufus Daniel, Jr., Weldon; Eugene OBrian 
Daniels, Merry Hill. 



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First Row: Bobby Webber Dantzler, Asheboro ; Aubrey 
Curts Darr, Asheboro; James Frank Davenport, Jr., 
Timmonsville, S. C. ; Harold Howard Davidson, Mur- 
phy; Charlotte Lambert Davis, Chapel Hill; Edward 
William Davis, Baltimore, Md. 



Second Roll-: George Thomas Davis, High Point; 
James Sheldon Davis, Raleigh; K. Carroll Davis, 
Albemarle; Michael Kay Davis, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 
William Lyle Davis, Henderson; John Hugh Deal, 
China Grove. 



Third Row: Howell DeBerry, III, Raleigh; Clifton 
Elmo Dixon, Jr., Wilmington; Guy Paul Dixon, 
Morehead City; Thomas Marion Dixon, Jr., Winston- 
Salem ; Herman Floyd Dormire, Virginia Beach, Va. ; 
William Thompson Dorrity, Durham. 



Fourth Rou\- Roddey Dowd, Charlotte; Robert Chal- 
lenger Drew, Trenton, Me.; James Clate Duncan, Jr., 
North Wilkesboro; Frank Gerald DuPree, Farmville; 
Walter Jackson Farley, Rocky Mount; John Clifford 
Earnhardt, Jr., Chapel Hill. 



Fifth Row: Leslie Frank Eason, Snow Hill ; Albert 
Edsel Eastwood, Henderson ; George Donald Ebert, 
Kernersville; Clarence Eugene Edens, Jr., Louisburg; 
Grover Scott Edminston, Kannapolis; Bobby Earl Ed- 
monds, Durham. 



Sixth Row: Arthur William Einstein, North Lime, 
Ohio; James Lamar Elder, Jr., Charlotte; Robert Nor- 
wood Ellington, Burlington; William Ward Ellis, 
Shelby; Stephen Croom English, Willard; Lloyd Bur- 
ton Ennis, Salisbury. 



Seventh Row: Vallin Dayton Estes, Jr., Raleigh; 
Luther Joseph Eubank, Jr., New Bern; Thad Armie 
Eure, Jr., Raleigh; William Stuart Evans, Robbins; 
Arnold E. Ewing, Durham; William Harold Falls, 
Lawndale. 



Eighth Row: Eric Lindsay Fearington, Winston-Salem; 
George Wagoner Ferguson, Charlotte; Anne Virginia 
Ferrell, Chapel Hill; Jesse Wellons Fields, Princeton; 
Jimmy Rogers Flowers, Clayton; William Thumds 
Floyd, Henderson. 



Ninth Row: James Edward Foddie, Beaufort; Joe 
Aaron Furtner, Hazelwood; Bobby Manville Fox, 
Burlington; Edgar Leslie Fox, Hickory; Thomas 
Howard Frazier, Winston-Salem; Francis Bolton Fre- 
dere. Council. 



Tenth Row: James Howard Freeman, Fayetteville; 
John Emmet French, Southern Pines; Bob Leonard 
Friedman, Wilmington; Noam Daniel Friedman, 
Charlotte; Horace Fuller, Monroe; Robert Virgil 
Fuller, Graham. 



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FRESHMAN 



First Row: Franklyn Porter Futch, Lake Wales, Fla.; 
Corydon Dwight Garrett, Greenville; Kenneth Baxter 
Gobbie, High Point; James Earl Gentry, Roxboro; 
William Thomas Gerard, Rocky Mount; John Ken- 
neth Gibala, Queens. N. Y. 

Second Row: Robert Lardner Gibbon, Charlotte; Cal- 
vin Brooks Gibson, Charlotte; Robert James Gibson, 
II, Greensboro; Russell Norman Glatz, Bloomfield, 
N. J.; Harold Dagner Gleitz, J,icksonville; Chalmers 
Lanier Glenn, Badin. 

Third Ron: Robert Wilson Glenn, Burlington; James 
B. Glover, Nashville; Bobby Camp Goforth, Ruther- 
fordton; Carl Goldfarb, Charlotte; Lewis Carlton 
Gooding, Kinston ; Robert Diggs Gorham, Jr., Rocky 
Mount. 



Fourth Roir: David Norman Go.ssett, Charlotte; 
Charles Alexander Goswick, Durham; Vestal Adair 
Grant, New Bern; Tommy M. Graritt, Chapel Hill; 
Julius Alpheus Green, Thomasville; Marvin Leon 
Greene, Durham. 

Fifth Row: Carl Reeves Gregory, Candter; Alpheus 
Johnson Grcsham, Jr., Durham; Archie Lee Gritfin, 
Monroe; William Gardner Grimes, Smithfield; Leon- 
ard Herbert Grodsky, Durham; Edward Ward 
Groome, Jr., Great Lakes, III. 



Sixth Rijtr: John Lewis Groome, Faison; Edward 
Bailey Gross, Harrisburg, Pa. ; James Lee Gulledge, 
Jr., Moncks Corner, S. C. ; Walter Dallas Gurley, Jr., 
Goldsboro; Laughton Bruce Gunter, Fuquay Springs; 
Margaret Elizabeth Gutierraz, Chapel Hill. 



Sereiilh R'^ir: Marilyn Habel, Chapel Hill; Edgar N. 
Haire, Elizabethtown; Charles Wilmo Hall, Roxboro; 
Wade Hall, Asheville; William Johnston Hall, Kan- 
napolis; George Walter Hamby, Salisbury. 



Eighth Row: Reginald Stanley Hamel, Southern Pines; 
William Michael Hamilton, Fairmont; John Jacob 
Hanes, Charlotte; James L. Haney, Jr., Glenwood; 
Goadon Albert Hanson, Chapel Hill ; Ned Finley 
Harbin, Winston-Salem. 



Ninth Ron: Ralph Jones Harbison, Jr., Morganton ; 
William Robert Hardison, Hollywood, Fla.; Donald 
Lee Harley, Oaklyn, N. J.; Robert Eugene Harmon. 
Raleigh; Harold Williams Harper, Elizabethtown; 
Thomas Wingate Harper, Snow Hill. 

Tenth Row: Arlen Gwyn Harris, Winston-Salem; 
George Davis Harris, Henderson ; Richard Banner 
Hart, Winston-Salem; Sidney Allen Hart, Jr., Kin- 
ston; Hoybe Travis Hartley, Jr.. High Point; Luther 
Thompson Hartsell, Concord. 










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First Rou:- Otis Junior Hartsell, Kannapolis; Richard 
Farrell Hauser, Winston-Salem; John R. B. Hawes, 
Jr., Morganton; James Ralph Hawkins, Charlotte; 
Charles Curtis Hayes, Jr., Mount Airy; James Edward 
Hayes, High Point. 



Second Row: James Orndoff Headlee, Asheville; Joe 
Reeves Heavner, Lincolnton; Charles Wray Hedrick, 
Lexington ; John Robert Helms, Albemarle ; Charles 
Jerry Helton, Yadkinville; Donald Edward Hendren, 
Eagle Springs. 



Third Rote: Jerry Benson Hendrick, Raleigh; Richard 
Wilson Herbin, Greensboro; Bernard Don Herman, 
Wmston-Salem ; William Hoover Hethcock, Thomas- 
ville; Buck Jones Hicks, Oxford; Eugene Clifton 
Hicks, III, Wilmington. 

Fourth Row: Jim Fuller Hicks, Laurens, S. C. ; Charles 
William Higgins, Fairfax, Va.; George Henry Hill, 
RnbbmsviUe; Roney A. Hilliard, Asheville; Ruth 
Evangeline Hincks, Chapel Hill; George Fowler Hob- 
good, Buffalo Junction, Va. 

Fijth Row: Donald Hauser Hobson, East Bend; Duke 
Augustus Hoffman, Jr., Salisbury; Joseph Cary Holli- 
day, Jr., Raleigh; Bert Edison HoUifield, Bostic; 
James Howard Hollaway, Traphill ; Frederick William 
Holmes, Wilmington. 



Sixth Row: Charles B. C. Holt, Fayetteville; William 
Bruce Holt, Jr., Durham ; Garland Richard Homes, 
Washington; Roger Alan Hood, Chestnut Hill, Pa.; 
Roderick Thomas Hopkins, Hyattsville, Ind.; Stephen 
Thomas Home, Jr., Fayetteville. 

Sttenlh Ron: Reginald Sidney Horrell, Elon College; 
Phin Horton, III, Winston-Salem; Walter O. House, 
Tarboro; Wiley Perry Howard, Fuquay Springs; 
John Simeon Hudgins, Sunbury; Sam Cecil Hull, 
Raleigh. 

Eighth Row: James Mercer Hufford, Pinchurst; 
Charles Manson Hults, Goldsboro; John Wheeler 
Humphrey, Morehead City; Luther Wade Humphreys, 
Jr., Raleigh; Frank Patterson Hunter, Jr., Warrenton; 
Paul David Hursh, Jr., Port Washington, N. Y. 

jV/«//.) Row: John Rubcrt Ingle, Siler City; Robert 
Cheek Ingram, Kenansville; Bobby Lee Inscoe, Dur- 
ham; Henry Clayton Jackson, Tarboro; John Payne 
Jackson, Pahokee, Fla.; Richard Allan Jaffe, Butler, 
Pa. 

Tenth Row: Robert Wayne James, Elkin; Edward 
Shain Jefferies, Jr., Washington; G. Justice Jenkins, 
Shelby; William Lynn Jenkins, Oyden; Katherine 
Elizabeth Jente, Chapel Hill; Jerry ODell Jernigan, 
Dunn. 



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Finl Row: Ronald Rene Jewett, Savannah, Ga. ; Don- 
ald Earl Johnson, Greensboro; Lawton Walker John- 
son, Charlotte; Thomas Milton Johnson, Clayton; 
Tommy Ray Johnson, North Wilkesboro; John Kaiser 
Jonas, Jr., Lenoir. 



Second Row: Jeremy C. Jones, Asheville; Joseph Mar- 
tin Jones, Durham; Leonard Ray Jones, Roanoke 
Rapids; Robert Warburton Jones, Como; Max Ray 
Joyner, Greenville; Larry Thomas Justus, Dana. 



Third Rote: Byron Stanley Kalm, Hendersonville; 
Richard Eugene Kane, Wooster, Ohio; Clarence Hig- 
gins Keller, Princess Anne, Md. ; John Lawrence 
Kelley, Sharpsville, Pa.; Jimmy Craven Kelly, Al- 
bemarle; David L. Kendall, Charlotte. 



Fourth Ron: Johnnie Joseph Kennedy, Shelby; Jonas 
Warren Kessing, Coronado, Calif. ; Clark Alley Kiger, 
Rural Hall; Gerald Walker King, ReidsviUe; William 
Ward Kmg, Beaufort; Robert Ritchie Kirby, Danbury. 



Fijlh Row: Ronald James Kirkland, Hendersonville; 
Russell Brenard Knox, Davidson; Richard Wilburn 
Kocornik, West Orange, N. J.; John A. Kroeger, 
Forest Hills, N. Y. ; Ralph Kirkland Kynoch, Rox- 
boro; Frank Speno La Bonte, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Sixth Row: Dick Lackey, Shelby; Ronald Marvin 
Lampert, Long Beach, N. Y.; Smith Fleming Lang- 
don, Angier; David Roland Lashley, Raleigh; Joseph 
R. Latham, New Bern; Robert Gene Laughter, Albe- 
marle. 



Seventh Row: William Montgomery Layton, Burling- 
ton; Lamar Campbell LeCompfe, Jr., Asheville; 
Tommy Le Cray, Nashville; Carl Lee Leggett, Kenby; 
James Joel Leonard, Lexington; Robert Cowan Leon- 
ard, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: Merwyn C. Lennon, Jr., Anderson, S. C. ; 
Sammy Lerner, Lincolnton ; Ralph Robert Lester. 
Burlington; Ronald Frank Levin, Williamston; Alvin 
Ellis Levine, Rockingham ; James Randolph Lewis, 
Wilmington. 

Ninth Rotv: Ralph Arlen Lilcs, Raleigh; Charles 
Clinton Lindley, Jr., Chapel Hill; Thomas Elmore 
Lindsey, Great Neck, N. Y. ; James Doyle Lingle, Jr., 
Lenoir; Don Jay Little, Charlotte; Frank Ballard 
Little, Greensboro. 

Tenth Row: Wilbert (Bill) Harold Little, Jr., Hick- 
ory; William Norris Little, Charlotte; William L. 
Littlejohn, Jr., Morganton ; Beth Lloyd, Chapel Hill; 
Robert Jones Loftin, Thomasville; Joe Crowell Lore, 
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First Row: William Hewetson Lorimer, Burlington; 
Joseph Albert Loveland, Forest Hills, N. Y.; Henry 
Augustus Lowet, Winston-Salem ; William Lee Luckey, 
Charlotte; Ray Webb Lutz, Shelby; Clabe Webster 
Lynn, Jr., Petersburg, Va. 

Second Row: Gene Fleming Lyon, Rocky Mount; 
Herman Trevilian Lyon, Durham; Grover Cleveland 
Lyttle, Jr., Red Springs; Robert Edward McAdams, 
Burlington; Thomas Culbreth McCall, Stedman; John 
Mason McCollam, Ellendale, La. 



Third Row: Donald Williams McCoUum, Guilford 
College; Carl Greaves McCraw, Jr., Charlotte; James 
Bryant McGougan, Smithfield; Aubrey Lee McGuire, 
Jr., Guilford College; Ernest Clewell Mclnnis, Clio, 
S. C. ; Thurman Cross McKenzie, High Point. 

Fourth Row: Duncan Alexander McKethan, Fayette- 
ville; John Aycock McLendon, Greensboro; Michael 
Parker McLeod, Sanford; Gerald Thomas McMahon, 
Asheville; John Alexander McMillan, III, Charlotte; 
John Brocket! McMullan, Jr., Elizabeth City. 



Fijth Row: Sam Sylvanus McNinch, III, Charlotte; 
Carl Douglas McSwain, Robbins; Charles Lewis Mack, 
Mooresville; Graham Jack Mackeown, East Orange, 
N. J.; Charles Thomas Macy, Morehead City; Elois'e 
Freeland Maddry, Chapel Hill. 



Sixth Row: Lonnie Wyatt Mangum, Jr., Creedmoor; 
Vernon Pressley Mangum, Hamlet; John C. Manos, 
Asheville; Don Lee Marbry, Badin; Bruce Marger, 
Coral Gables, Fla. ; William James Martin, Wilming- 
ton. 

Seventh Row: William Russell Mason, New Bern; 
Donald Brock Matthews, Richmond, Va. ; Joe Carroll 
Matthews, East Bend; Wade Bynum Matthews, Win- 
ston-Salem; Frederick Taylor Mattox, Smithfield; 
Thomas Watts Mauldin. High Point. 

Eighth Row: John Warren Maultsby, Chapel Hill; 
Robert Glen May, Thomasville; James Walter May- 
nard, Burlington ; Thomas Eastwood Medlin, Smith- 
field; Robert Edward Mehrmann, Malverne, L. I., 
N. Y.; Theodore Edward Mercer, Walstonbury. 



Ninth Row: William Charles Mercer, Burlington; 
Ancel Clyde Mewborn, La Grange; J. M. Mewborn, 
Snow Hill; Fred Harrison Mewhinney, Washington, 
D. C. ; John Robert Middleton, Winston-Salem; Bax- 
ter Hocutt Miller, Jr., Durham. 



Tenth Row: Billy Wilson Miller, Morganton; Frank 
Fetzer Mills, Wadesboro; John Edward Mills, ClifT- 
side; Robert Glenn Mills, Watha; Edward Lee Mit- 
chell, Goldsboro; Donald Edward Mitchell, Ahoskie. 



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First Row: Jack Warren Mitchell,' Paw Creek; Joel 
Moehlmann, Richland, Pa. ; Jerome William Moff, 
Burlington; Robert Nelson Molen, Greensboro; Ed- 
mon Ellis Monsour, Roseboro; Bruce Romulus 
Mooney, Timberlake. 

Second Ron:- Grover William Moore, Burlington; 
John Daniel Moore, Wilson; Mack Allen Moore, Jr., 
Wilmington; Robert French Moore, Asheville; Roy 
Neal Moore, Jr., R.ileigh; Victor Bailey Moore, Jr., 
Durham. 



Third Row: Robert Edwin Morris, Reidsville; Robert 
Kenneth Morris, Brevard; Calvin Luther Morton, 
Albemarle; Buell Edward Moser, Burlington; Joe L. 
Mosier, Chattanooga, Tenn.; William Eagles Moss, 
Wilson. 



Foitrlh Row: Edward C. Mott, Carlsbad, N, M.; 
Charles Peter Motta, Jr., Fairlawn, N. J.; George 
Coan Mountcastle, Winston-Salem; Robert Wilson 
Maye, Snow Hill; Joseph Louis Murad, Wilson; 
Henry Vaughn Murry, Burlington. 

Fijih Row: Kenneth M. Myers, Miami, Fla.; Robert 
Stuart Neal, Hopkinsville; William Kenneth Neigh- 
bors, Jr., Benson; Bryce Herbert Newman, Winston- 
Salem; Adrian Jefferson Newton, Jr., Raleigh; Elton 
Roy Newton, Hendersonville. 

Sixth Row: Robert Spruce Nichols, Durham; Jesse 
Virgil Noland, Jr., Asheville; Walter Louis Noneman, 
Jr., Raleigh; Frank B. Northup, Winston-Salem; 
Doris G. Norwood, Chapel Hill; Mitchell Sheldon 
Novit, Walterboro. 

Seventh Row: William Ennis Oakley, Rocky Mount; 
Harold Franklin Oglesby, Kinston; Floy Theodore 
Oldham, Jr., Chapel Hill; Billy Reid Oliver, Raleigh; 
Robert Deleon Oliver, Jr., Selma; Dan D. Olsen, 
Chapel Hill. 

F.iy,hlh Row: Alan Smith O'Neal, Chapel Hill; Rich- 
ard Kenneth O'Neal, Charlotte; Vernon Hughes 
Onley, Elizabeth City; Robert Anderson Overman, 
Wilson; John Thomas Walter Face, Greenville; 
Hatherly Cory Paderick, Kinston. 

Ninth Ron: Joe Garvey Parish, Sumter, S. C. ; Alton 
Brooks Parker, Fairmont; Gerald Corbett Parker, Sil- 
verdale; William Morten Parker, Charlotte; Thomas 
Alfred Farnell. Lumberton; George Stephen Parrish, 
Henderson. 

Tenth Rotr: Mallie Jethcr Paschall, TIL Durham; 
Bobby Lee Patat, Guilford College; Louie Lee Pat- 
seavourasi. Rocky Mount; Andrew Henry Patterson, 
Bronxsville, N. Y.; A. Leitch Patterson, Maxton; 
John Richard Patterson, Greensboro. 



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William Stacy Patterson, Salisbury; Charles Douglas 
Patton, Charlotte; Harry Pawlik, Albemarle; Roy 
Brooks Payne, Charleston, W. Va.; Harry S. Pearsall, 
Rocky Mount. 



St'cond Row: Robert Brawbley Peck, Concord; Ken- 
neth Lawing Penegar, Gastonia; James Thomas Fen- 
land, Morganton; Johnny Frank Penry, Winston- 
Salem; Malvin Zack Perkinson, High Point; Alfred 
Marvin Perrin, Greensboro. 



T/jiriJ Row: Charles Wiley Phillips, Jr., Greensboro; 
Harry Herman Phillips, Greensboro; Lewis Allison 
Phillips, Chapel Hill; David Lee Phipps, Durham; 
Murray Politis, Greensboro; Jimmy Langston Poteat, 
Yanceyville. 

Fourth Row: Jerry Neal Potts, Fayetteville; Gilbert 
l:gerton Powell, Greensboro; Jimmy Logan Powell, 
K.mnapolis; Lewis Harold Powell, Raleigh; William 
Augustus Powell, Chesnee, S. C ; William Paul 
Powell, Horse Shoe. 



Fiflh Row: Sidney E. Proctor, Lexington; William 
Ivan Procter, Raleigh; John Lawrence Prugh, Char- 
lotte; Raeford Theodore Pugh, Asheboro; Carmine 
Ragucci, Staten Island. N. Y.; William Furman 
Raines, Jr., Henderson. 



Sixth Row: Robert Noble Randall, Lincolnton; John 
Luther Rendleman, Salisbury; William Kay Ranson, 
Raleigh; Donald Joyner Raper, Lucama; Burton 
Stewart Rathert, Jr., Winston-Salem; Aubrey Wilford 
Redmon, Leaksville. 



Setciith Row: Marvin Odcll Register, New Bern; 
Daniel Reid, Raleigh; William Hampton Rhea; John 
Arlie Rhoades, Jr., Guilford College; William Ken- 
drick Rhodes, Wilmington ; Garland Stephenson Ricks. 



Eighth Row: Jerrald Alison Ridge, Norfolk, Va.; 
Bobby M. Riley, Hillsboro; Norman Joseph Rinaldi, 
Durham ; Frank Edward Rives, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Nathan Russell Roberson, Jr., Robersonville; Elbert 
Lawrence Roberts, Winston-Salem. 



Ninth Row: Franz Joseph Roberts, Hillsboro; John 
Mason Roberts, Hillsboro; LeRoy Jennings Roberts, 
Atkinson; Neill Alexander Roberts, Fairfield; Jenks 
Mikell Robertson. Charlotte; Jack Richard Robinson, 
Valdese. 



Tenth Row: William J. Robinson, New Bern; Charles 
Dyson Rodenbough, Walnut Cove; Thomas Edward 
Rogers, Jr., Florence; Albion Earl Rook, Roanoke 
Rapids; Elliott Martin Rose, Durham; Eugene Phillip 
Rosenthal, Miami, Fla. 



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First Row: Arthur R. Rowe, Aberdeen ; Seymour Phil- 
lip Rubin, Asheville; William Haywood Ruffin, Jr., 
Durham; William A. Russell, Washington, D. C; 
Jerry Delano Rufty, Salisbury; Dale Sanford Ryon, 
Asheville. 

Second Row: Noah Webster Sadler, III, Roanoke 
Rapids; Walter Carroll Sadler, Aurora; John Patrick 
Samonds, Durham; Dossie George Samuel, Jr., Win- 
ston-Salem; Richard Stewart Sapp, Reynolda; Neil 
Boydston Satterfield, Atlanta, Ga. 

Third Row: Albert Carroll Sawyer, Leesburg, Fla.; 
Charles Judson Sawyer, Windsor; John Richard Saw- 
yer, Burlington; William Kauffman Scarborough, 
Annapolis, Md.; William Russell Scearce, Jr., High 
Point; James Simpson Schench, III, Greensboro. 

Fourlh Row: Frederick Arnold Schild, Conway, S. C; 
Robert Emanual Schrader, Charlotte; Melvm Jay 
Schwartz, Wilmington; Buford William Scott, Jr., 
Winston-Salem; Charles Pnvleao Scott, Graham; 
Charles Cunningham Seabrook, Charleston, S. C. 

Fifth Ron: Peter George Seaman, Jr., Warrenton; 
Napoleon Forest Sears, Jr., Scranton ; Howard Carter 
Seawell, Jr., Asheboro; John Day Seely, Jr., Winston- 
Salem; Robert L. Selig, New York, N. Y.; Nelson 
Webb SherriU, Bloomfield, N. J. 



Sixth Row: Richard Thomas Shigley, Asheville; Don- 
ald Hughes Shore, Yadkinville; Ernie G. Shore, 
Winston-Salem; Raymond Richard Showfety, Greens- 
boro; James Marshall Shumate, Jr., Goldsboro; 
Tommy Edward Sibley, Albemarle. 

Serenth Row: Albert George Sides, Spencer; Martin 
Ray Sides, Concord; Carlos Nathaniel Simmons, San- 
ford; Robert Clark Simmons, Fairfield; Lewis Sol 
Simon, Augusta, Ga.; Bobby Gene Skidmore, Char- 



Eighth Row: Robert Leroy Skillen, Durham; Gary 
Adkins Sluder, Leicester; Charles James Smith, Jr., 
Raleigh; Edward Judson Smith, Jr., Gaffney, S. C; 
George Franklin Smith, Jr., New Bern; Harry Ed- 
ward Smith, Lake Waccamaw. 

Ninth Row: Joseph Ronald Smith, Lexington ; Robert 
Hines Smith, Goldsboro; Stanley Robert Smith, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va.; Thomas Ben Smith, Liberty; Zebu- 
Ion Vance Smith, Jr., Concord; OIlie Macon Smith- 
wick, Jr., Greenville, S. C. 

Tenth Row: Lawrence Harlan Snyder, Chapel Hill; 
Phillip David Snyder, Granite Falls; Lewis Martin 
Southern, Kernersville ; Clemmie Dixon Spangler, Jr., 
Charlotte; Nathaniel Louis Sparrow, Chapel Hill; 
Eli Baxter Springs, Matthews. 




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F/n7 Row: Alan Bernard Srochi, Atlanta, Ga.; Robert 
Pinckney Stacy, Jr., Hartford, Conn. ; Francis West 
Stanley, Jr., Goldsboro; William Harper Stanton, 
New Bern; Harold M. Starr, Jersey City, N. J.; Henry 
Staton, Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Second Roir: John Jacob Stauffer, Jr., Greenville; 
Clyde Casey Stearns, Jr., Conover; Joseph Thomas 
Steck, Detroit, Mich.; Ted Charles Steele, Jr., Sumter, 
S. C. ; Carl Dixon Stephens, Lumberton ; Luke Milton 
Stephens, Drum. 



Third Roir: Waylon Bingham Stinson, Jr., Chapel Hill ; 
Thomas Murray Stokes, Raleigh; James Cecil Stone, 
Lumberton; William Robert Story, Silkesboro; John 
Eliot Stoughton, Raleigh; Charles Walter Stout, High 
Point. 

Foiirih Rolf: Charles Gilbert Strange, Jr., Burlington; 
Samuel Lewis Strause, Fort Mill, S. C. ; Lucy Ann 
Street, Chapel Hill; George Wier Strickland, Liberty; 
Campbell Lawrence Stubbs, IIL Sumter, S. C. ; Milton 
Stanley Sturn, Jr., Greensboro. 



I'ijih Row: Herbert Taylor Sugg, Kinston; Winfred 
Lindley Sugg, Snow Hill ; Roy Barron Sumner, Rock 
Hill, S. C; Carlos Paul Surratt, Toast; Albert Ells- 
worth Suter, New York, N. Y. ; Marshall Cheatham 
Sutherland, Durham. 



Sixth Row: John Henry Sweeney, Wilmington; Leon 
Ward Sylvester, Jr., Richlands; George Robert Tal- 
bert, Winston-Salem; Eugene Simpson Tanner, Ruthcr- 
fordton; Edwin Madison Taylor, Danbury; Gordon 
Cox Taylor, Richlands. 

Seventh Row: John Edmund Cecil Taylor, Wheeling, 
W. Va. ; John Lemuel Taylor, Snow Hill; Richard 
LeRoy Taylor, Raleigh; James Arthur Teeter, Jr., 
Concord; Donald Kelly Temple, Jonesville; Joseph 
Alton Temple, Jr., Selma. 

Eighth Row: William Roberts Temple, Elizabeth; 
Hosea Jackson Terry, Aulander; Stanley Arnold 
Tesler, Fayetteville; Herbert Bernard Theiling, Jr., 
Charlotte; Andrew Smith Thomas, Durham; Claude 
Benson Thomas, Jr., Asheville. 

Ninth Row: Perley Andrew Thomas, High Point; 
Emmett Stanley Thompson, Goldsboro; Robert Rider 
Thompson, Beaufort; Wesley Adolphus Thompson, 
Winston-Salem; Herbert Helden Thorp, Rocky Mount; 
Lawrence Home Thorp, Rocky Mount. 

Tenth Roir: William Yancey Tighe, Baltimore, Md.; 
Harvey George Tilles, High Point; Jesse Melvin 
Tillman, Jr., Durham; Casper Hill Timberlake, Lex- 
ington; Walter Eugene Tisdale, Saxapahaw; Donald 
Gray Tise, Clemmons. 



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First Row: Jacob Winston Todd, New York, N. Y. ; 
Charles Swaim Tolbert, Macon, Ga. ; Ben Casanas 
Toledano, New Orleans, La. ; James Edward Toler, 
Greensboro; Thatcher Lovejoy Townsend, Jr., Greens- 
boro; Roger Burns Triplett, Lenoir. 

Second Row: Albert Fortune Troutman, Jr., Addor; 
Dewey Edgar Turner, North Willcesboro ; Richard 
Nathan Tyndall, Jr., Kinston; William F. Tyndall, 
Jr., Cherokee; Oscar Lee Tyson, Jr., Wilson; Reed 
Edward Upton, Fayetteville. 

Third Roir: James Isaac Vance, Greensboro; Arend 
Hood Van Den, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa.; Everett Ker- 
mit Veach, Jr., Scotland Neck; Joseph Harold Vester, 
Rocky Mount; Ray Williams Vinson, Ahoskie; Aubrey 
Bryant Waddcll, Charlotte. 

Fourlh Row: Donald Ritchie Waddell, Concord; C. 
Bert Wade, Jr., Greensboro; Clarence Henry Wagner, 
Green.sboro; Paul Morgan Walker, Maiden; Willard 
Irving Walker, Charlottesville, Va.; Rives Millard 
Walters, Roxboro. 



Fifl/i Row: James Rufus Warren, North Charleston, 
S. C; Robert Morrison Warren, Murfreesboro; Wil- 
liam R. Watts, Jr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ; Herbert 
Monteith Wayne, Jr., Charlotte; Thomas Albert Way- 
nick, Greensboro; Van Louis Weatherspoon, Durham. 

Sixth Row: James Webb, Jr., Hillsboro; Russel W. 
Welborne, Winston-Salem; Earl Parks Welch, Jr., 
Raleigh; Kenneth Maxie Wells, Jr., Fayetteville; 
Robert Mark West, Sanford; John Theodore Wettach, 
Chapel Hill. 

Seventh Row: William Grandy Whaley, Jr., Elizabeth 
City ; John Vernon Whitaker, Raleigh ; Billy Carlye 
White, Dover; Charles H. White, Raleigh; James 
Redmond White, Carolina Beach ; James Samuel 
White, Statesville. 



Eij^hth Row: Michael M. White, Lumberton; William 
McKinley White, Pittsboro; Zeb Montgomery White- 
hurst, III, Farmville; Walter Lee Whittington, An- 
gler; James G. F. Whitton, Larchmont, N. Y.; Gary 
Eugene Widenhouse, Concord. 

Ninth Row: Gerson Fox Widoff, Deerrteld, 111.; Ken- 
neth L. Wiggins, Goldsboro; Bobby Gene Wiggs, 
Goldsboro; James Thomas Wilkes, Jr., Harvey, 111.; 
Winton George Wilkes. Richmond, Va.; Billy Owen 
Williams, Henderson. 



Tenth Row: George LeRoy Williams, Chapel Hill; 
James Donald Williams, Asheville; James Manning 
Williams, Jr., Manteo; Morton Sutton Williams, 
Erwin; S. Paul Williams, Wilmington; Morrow 
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First Ron:- William Arthur Willis, Jr., Fayetteville; 
Arthur Lynwood Wilson, Lumberton ; Clinton Ward 
Wilson, Wilmington; Henry Van Peters Wilson, 
Eastover Hills, Delaware; Richard Burton Wilson, 
Chapel Hill; Robert Buchanan Wilson, High Point. 

Secoiiii Row: Samuel Bright Wilson, Jr., Shelby; 
William Alexander Wilson, Raleigh ; Charles Thomas 
Wimbish, Stoneville; Billy Thomas Woodard, Selma; 
William Windson Woodard, Wilson; Dal Floyd 
Wooten, Kinston. 



Third Row: William James Wrenn, Jr., Hillsboro; 
Al Wright, Weaverville; Cornell G. Wright, Orange, 
N. J.; Daniel Worth Wright, Pittsboro; Robert L. 
Wright, Charlotte; Frank Earl Wynne, Williamston. 



Fourth Roiv: Charles William Yates, Burlington; 
Charles Herbert Yelverton, Smithfield; Arliss Joe 
Young, Burnsville; James Ronald Younts, High 
Point; Roland C. Zagnoli, Highwood, 111.; William 
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WE HAD A WHOLE YEAR OF CAROLINA TO OUR CREDIT, SO WE 
WERE NATURALLY BETTER ABLE TO VIEW WITH A CRITICAL EYE 
THE HAPPENINGS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE. WE COMMENT- 
ED ON RUSSIA'S FOREIGN POLICY, THE U. N. AND WORLD PEACE— 
BRIEFLY BUT ASSURINGLY— OVER OUR MORNING ■Y" COFFEE THEN 
WENT ON TO OUR POLITICAL SCIENCE CLASS. 

ALONG WITH OUR NEWLY ACQUIRED WISDOM AND FINER AP- 
PRECIATION FOR THINGS ACADEMIC HERE AT CHAPEL HILL, A 
FEELING OF REVERENCE FOR THE PEACE THAT HALLOWED THE 
PATHS OF OUR CAMPUS GREW UP IN US. LOOKING AROUND US, 
WE WONDERED ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE FAIR DEAL, OUR 
NEWEST SENATOR, AND— OURSELVES. 




First Rolf: Milo Boiling Abercrombie, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Greensboro; William R. Acker, Winston- 
Salem; Leslie Bunn Adams, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Atlanta, Ga.; Jack Warren Airheart, Concord; 
Charles Bennett Alderman, Elizabeth City; George William Goodwin Alderman, Garner; Robert 
Graham Aldridge, High Point; Allen Fred Alexander, Statesville; Thomas Williamson Alexander, 
Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon. Waynesville. • Second Row: Curtis Allen, Jr., Durham; Harvey Sherrill 
Almond, Jr., Albemarle; Eldon Perry Allen, Greensboro; Albert Louis Allied, Mount Airy; Joseph 
John Alston, Portsmouth, Va.; Ernest Edward Anderson, Asheville; John Hellen Anderson, Zeta 
Psi, Raleigh; Kenneth George Anderson, Durham; Samuel Brown Andrews, Tarboro. • Third 
Row: Carmen Annillo, Jr., Union City, N. J.; Richard Cooper Armstrong, LaGrange; Joseph Allan 
Arnold, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Alpha Phi Omega. Atlanta, Ga.; Tommy Foust Ashcraft, Raleigh; Wiley 
Eugene Auman, High Point; Horace Lee Ausley, Fayetteville ; Blake Deaver Avery, Winston-Salm ; 
Leonide Alfred Baarcke, Phi Delta Theta. Birmingham, Ala.; Robert C. Babcock, Hillsboro. • Fourth 
Row: John Robert Baggett, III, Lillington; Donald Etheridge Bailey, Biscoe; Donald Ray Bailey, 
Benson; George Gordon Bailey, Jr., Everetts; James McCall Baker, Rowland; John Duke Baldridge, 
Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem; James Alan Ballard, Fayetteville; Myron Carroll Banks, Phi Eta 
Sigma. Alpha Phi Omega. Raleigh; James Leland Barden, Selma. • Fijth Row: Gilmer Clyde Barker, 
Jr., Raleigh; Billy Ebevt Barnes, Sigma Chi. Winston-Salem; Lawson Paul Barnes, Jr., Kappa Alpha, 
BennettsviUe, S. C. ; Claude Alton Barnhill, Stokes; Edmund Gerald Barron, Alpha Epsilon Pi, 
Moncks Corner, S. C; Kenneth Houston Barton, Chi Psi. Elizabeth, N. J.; Jesse Sykes Basnight, 
Chapel Hill; William Spainhour Bason, North Wilkesboro; Seymour Bates, Pt Lambda Phi. Greens- 
boro. • Sixth Rote: Cecil Rhodes Batts, Jr., Robersonville; Lewis Warren Baucom, Faith; Bruce Allan 
Bauer, Chi Phi, Arlington, Va. ; Thomas Eugene Beck, Phi Eta Sigma, Washington, D. C. ; Thomas 
Lee Beck, Fuquay Springs; Hansel Clarkson Beeson, Greensboro; Alfred L. Bell, Burlington; Jacob 
Grant Bennett, Dunn ; John Toscan Bennett, Chi Psi. Philadelphia, Pa. 



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First Row: Juris Bergmanis, Raleigh; Martin Abraham Bernstein, Pi Lambda Phi, Goldsboro; Burton 
Hyman Bershaw, Pi Lambda Phi, Asheville; Hughes Monroe Binkley, Kernersville; Don Louis 
Birch, Raleigh; David Elliott Birkhead, Ashcboro; Charles Edward Bizzell, Seven Springs; Elmer 
Charles Bland, Thomasville; Rupert Quentin Bliss, Sigma Chi. Jacksonville, Fla. • Second Row: 
Nancy Lee Blocksidge, Chapel Hill; Ben Mayo Boddie, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount; Hugh 
Daniel Bogue, Fremont; Jerome Wilson Bolick, Phi Kappa Sigma, Conover; Charles Harvey Bowen, 
Ahoskie; Andrew Patton Boyd, Morganton; Ladson Hunter Boyle, Zeta Psi, Sumter, S. C. ; Percival 
Richard Bradshaw, Thomasville; George Willard Brain, Beta Theta Pi, Tomkins Cove, N. Y. • Third 
Row: Coleman Brantley, Spring Hope; Linwood J. Braswell, Goldsboro; Joe B. Brewer, Zeta Psi. 
Rocky Mount; William Clarence Brewer, Jr., Jamesville; William Frazier Briley, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Wilson; John D. Britt, Jr., Wilmington; Don B. Broadwell, Lambda Chi Alpha, St. Pauls; Barbara 
Anne Brooker, Pi Beta Phi. Columbia, S. C. ; Lewis A. Brown, Sigma Chi. Chattanooga, Tenn. • Fourth 
Roll-: Linwciod Alton Brown, Jr., Raleigh; Ralph Kenton Brown, Franklinville; Roland Everett Bruce, 
Jr., Wilmington; Christian Richard Bruning, III, Greensboro; David Wilson Bruton, Mount Gilead; 
Robert Alexander Bruton, Whiteville; Charles Arthur Bryan, Baltimore, Md.; Clinton Ellwood 
Bryan, Pittsboro; Elisha Lewis Bryan, Phi Gamma Delta. Goldsboro. • Fifth Row: Calvin B. Bryant, 
Gaston; Albert Franklin Buie, Wakulla; Thomas Charles Bulla, High Point; Amos Sumner Bum- 
gardner, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte; Virgil Franklin Burney, Ayden; Robert William Burns, Jr., 
Charlotte; Bobby Gray Byrd, Selma; Jean Livingston Caldwell, Wilmington; Dougald Clinton 
Cameron, Sanford. • Sixth Row: James Thomas Campbell, Taylorsville; Brinson Whitaker Cannada, 
Durham ; Thomas Lawton Cannady, Greensboro ; Conrad Little Cannon, Monroe ; Arron Leon Capel, 
Jr., Troy; Donald Wainwright Carmichael, Delia Kappa Epsilon, Fairfield, Conn.; James William 
Carpenter, Sigma Nn. Albemarle; Glass Bowling Carrier, Jr., Charlotte; Thomas Lawrence Carroll, 
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First Row: Bryan Hall Carson, Jr., Rutherfordton ; Edward Talbot Carter, Camp Lejeune; Jane 
Carter, Chapel Hill; Willard O. Carter, Kannapolis; Robert Thomas Cashion, Cornelius; Thomas 
Herman Cashwell, Asheboro; Thomas Castelloe, Winterville; Robert William Caudle, Kappa Sigma. 
Raleigh; Robert Talmadge Caudill, Winston-Salem. • Second Ron-: Wilford Caulkins, III, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. ; Seaborn Ambrose Causey, Jr., Durham ; Claude Patterson 
Caviness, Raleigh; Donald Vance Chamblee, High Point; Robert Benjamin Champion, Kannapolis; 
Richard Elwood Charnock, Reese, Asheville; Billy Jones Cherry, Williamston; Solomon Gilmer 
Cherry, Roxobel; David Douglas Chesson, Roper. • Third Row: Paul Wilbur Clark, Reidsville; 
Quentin McCrary Clark, Council; Robert Wesley Clinard, Winston-Salem; John Henry Cline, 
Morganton ; Harvey Perren Cobb, Jr., Four Oaks; George Hal Coble, Monroe; James Beard Cochran, 
Evansville, Ind. ; James Vance Cockerham, Elkin ; George William Coggin, Star. • Fourth Row: 
Henry Irvin Coggins, Milwaukee; Thomas Ellis Coghill, Sigma Chi, Richmond, Va.; Charles 
Frederick Coker, Chi Psi. Franklin, Va. ; David Bradford Cole, Delta Psi. West Hartford, Conn.; 
Hugh Hobson Cole, Jr., Chapel Hill ; Curtis Cortes Coleman, Jr., Chi Psi. Winston-Salem ; Patricia 
George Coley, Pi Beta Phi. Chapel Hill; Curtis Edward Collier, Micro; William Hunter Collier, 
Asheville. • Fifth Row: Charles Amos Collins, Chi Psi. Greensboro; Zollie Albert Collins, Jr., 
Sigma Chi. Kinston; John Woltz Comer, Jr., Dobson ; Norman F. Conant, Jr., Durham; David 
Gotten Cook, Chadbourn; William Cason Cook. Monroe; Avery Murray Cotike, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
High Point; Charles Huyh Cooper, Greensboro; Joseph Battle Corinth, Rocky Mount. • Sixth Row: 
William Powell Cornell, Phi Delta Theta, Charlotte; Abner Milton Cornwell, Lincolnton; Needham 
Broughton Correll, Phi Kappa Sigma. Winston-Salem; Edmund Lee Gotten, Belleville, N. J.; Bayard 
Thurman Cowper, Alpha Tail Omega, Tampa, Fla.; James Lloyd Cox, Richlands; Joseph B. Cox, 
Hampton, Va. ; James Andrew Craig, Alpha Tau Omega, Greenwood, Mo. ; John Scott Cramer, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. Charlotte. 



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First Row: Ralph Lee Craver, Lexington; Fred Niblock Crawford, Jr., Statesville; Frederic Mull 
Crawford, Jr., Sanford ; Jacquelin Boyd Crawford, Chapel Hill ; Charles Raymond Cronham, Jr., 
East Orange, N. J. ; William Hines Cunningham, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Wilson ; James Joseph 
Curran, Jr., Burlington; Jed Selwyn Daniel, Danville, Va.; Frank Arthur Daniels, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. Raleigh. • Second Rou: Jack Lee Daniels, Winston-Salem; Earl Jerome Dark, Pittsboro; 
Robert William Daughtndge, Rocky Mount; Robert Theodore Davenport, Community Mills River; 
Charles McFarland Davis, Winston-Salem; Donald Thomas Davis, Morehead City; James Herbert 
Davis, Jr., Durham; Joseph Gomer Davis, Jr., Spindale; Joseph Hursey Davis, Elizabethtown. 
• Third Row: Kenneth D. Davis, Wilson; Lyell C. Dawes, Phi Kappa Sigma, Baltimore, Md. ; 
William Atlas Dawkins, Jr., Raleigh; Dennis Eugene Daye, Kannapolis; James Daye, Winston- 
Salem ; Robert Daye, Winston-Salem ; Bobby Lee Deal, Rockingham ; Ray Emanuel Deal, Jr., Kappa 
Alpha Order, Morganton; Walter Moore Dear, U, Jersey City, N. J. • Fourth Row: John Hanby 
Debnam, Wilmington ; Constance Rae DeLancy, Chapel Hill ; Dwight B. Dellinger, Newton ; Steve 
William Dellinger, Jr., Theta Chi, Charlotte; James Albert Dick, Mebane; Paul McAuley Dickens, 
Sanford ; James M. Dillon, Phi Gamma Delta, Lexington ; James F. Dinsmore, Lumberton ; John 
Daniel Duke, Raleigh. • Fifth Row: Stanley Gene Duke, Chapel Hill; James Braxton Dula. Jr., 
Hudson; Ormond Hunt Dunphey, Phi Kappa Sigma. MerchantviUe, N. J.; Bill McCoy Durham, 
Lomax; Arnold Stuart Dyson, Garland; Arthur James Eagan, Portsmouth, Va. ; Laurence Elliott 
Earley, Phi Gamma Delta. Ahoskie; Robert Lee East, lU, Asheboro; Charlie Economous. Rocky 
Mount. • Sixth Rote: Robert Franklin Edge, Theta Chi. Rocky Mount; Lee Henry Edwards, Phi 
Delta Theta, Asheville; William Hewett Edwards, Jr., Williamston; Benjamin Limer Ellington, 
Phi Gamma Delta, Washington; William Henry Elliott, Jr., Sigma Nu. Goldsboro; Alvin Nowland 
Elmer, Lock Haven, Pa. ; William Grady Elmore. Rocky Mount ; John Dwight Elting, Alpha Tau 
Omega. Roanoke Rapids; Lewis A. Ennis. Durham. 



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Fini Rott:- Walter Norbert Ernst, Baltimore, Md. ; Hugh Tate Ervin, Jr., Kjppj Alpha Order. 
Morganton; James F. Ervin, Sigm.i Nti, Harrisburg, Pa.; Ben Taylcir Etheridge, Bailey; Cheyney 
Stauffer Evans, Jr., Phi Kappci Sigma. Greensboro; David Savage Evans, Raleigh; Donald Olmsted 
Evans, Sigma Chi. Phi Eta Sigma. Charlotte ; George Worrell Evans, Pi Kappa Alpha. Como ; Robert 
B. Evans, Delta Psi, Lewes Beach, Del. • Second Row: Howard Barksdale Farley, Jr., Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Kinston; Jerry D. Farmer, Bailey; John Ira Farmer, Salisbury; Robert Archie Farmer, Alpha 
Phi Omega. West End ; Woodson Bradford Fearing, Manteo ; Purvis Jennings Ferree, Sigma Chi, 
Winston-Salem; Edward Vernon Ferrell, Sigma Chi. Winston-Salem; Julian Horace Fisher, Rocky 
Mount; Nelson Thomas Fletcher, III, Raleigh. • Third Row: Lewis H. Floyd, Pi Kappa Phi, 
University Park, Md.; Virginia Eloise Fogleman, Chapel Hill; Luke Astell Forrest, Jr., Raleigh; 
Archibald Taylor Fort, Oxford; Bruce Almen Fountain, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tarboro; Robert 
Allen Fountain, III, Sigma Chi. Fountain Inn; Eugene Dick Foushee, Jr., Greensboro; Croatan 
Lofton Fouts, Jr., Faison; Jimmy Miller Fouts, Lexington. • Fourth Row: Earl Jules Frankel, lau 
Epsilon Phi. Miami Beach, Fla. ; Theodore Golden Frankel, Zeta Beta Tail. Atlanta, Ga. ; Joseph 
Clifford Frazier, High Point; Robert A. Freeze, Clearwater, Fla.; Larry Moore French, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Kinston; J. Richard Futrell, Jr., Hertford; Robert Ray Gabriel, Mooresville; Thomas 
Dorman Gaines, Phi Kappa Sigma, Jamesville; Jerry Demetrios Galanides, Norfolk, Va. • Fifth 
Row: Hugh Myron Gale, Fernandina, Fla.; Layland Littleton Gait, Spartanburg, S. C. ; Richard 
O'Neil Gamble, Summerfield; George Alexander Garey, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Wrightsville Beach; 
William Peter Garrarrant, Wilmington; Frank Edwin Garver, Shelby; Fulghum Gary, Jr., Middlesex; 
Patricia Ann George, Delta Delta Delt.i. Chapel Hill; Linley Henry Gibbs, Jr., Burlington. • Sixth 
Row: Joseph Alexander Gilchrist, Chapel Hill; Jesse Albion Giles, Pht Kappa Sigma. Winston- 
Salem; Donald Neil Gilleland, StatesviUe; William Norman Guard, Durham; Roy William 
Gladden, Carthage; Neil Best Glenn, Theta Chi. Burlington; Homer Butler Glover, Wilmington; 
Paul McCabe Godfrey, Tarboro; Hannibal L. Godwin, Raleigh. 



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First Rou:- John Daniel Gold, Sianu Alpb.i Epsilon. Wilson; Vic Goldberg, Alpha Epulon Pi. 
Winston-Salem; Norman Wilbur Goldin, Tjii Epiilon Phi. Phi Ela Sigma. Raleigh; James C. 
Goodin, Lambda Chi Alpha. Phi Ela Sigma. Waynesville; Guy Vernon Gooding, Jr., Sigma Nii. 
Kenansville; Edwin Stanley Goodman, Tan Epiilon Phi, Charlotte; Leroy Morton Goodman, Norfolk, 
Va.; Charles Lemfest Goodrich, Alpha Tau Omega, Washington, D. C. ; Fernie Graham Goodwin, 
Apex. • Second Row: Alan William Gordon, Tail Epiilon Phi, Raleigh; Ronald Denny Gordon, 
Lexington; Fletcher Melvin Green, II, Alpha Tan Omega. Chapel Hill; Francis W. Green, Charlotte; 
Nancy Rose Green, Chapel Hill ; John D. Grant, New Bern ; Earl Burkett Graybeal, Jr., West 
Jefferson; Clarence Edward Greenway, High Point; Edmund Reeves Greer, Vilas. • Third Row: 
James Edwards Griffin, Marshville; Reginald B. Griffin, Phi Gamma Delta. Goldsboro; Charles Lee 
Griffith, Alpha Phi Omega, Burnsville; Billy Joe Grimes, Thomasville; Richard Freeman Griswold, 
Jr., Kappa Sigma. Goldsboro; William King Grogan, Jr., Kernersville ; John Moss Guilbert, Tryon; 
William A. Hager, Charlotte; Alexander Randall Hagner, Delta Psi. Richmond, Va. • Fourth Row: 
Edward Charles Haines, Philadelphia, Pa.; Andrew Julius Ham, Elizabethtown ; Alfred Wilson 
Hamer, Jr., Sigma Nii, Morganton ; Joseph Eugene Hamrick, Alpha Phi Omega. Charlotte; Larry 
Dean Hamrick, Shelby; Jack Gellman Handler, Tan Epsilon Phi. Sarasota, Fla.; Carl Nurris Hanna, 
Gastonia; R. Bryant Hare, Phi Gamma Delia, Wilmington; Samuel T. Harding, Ebenezar, N. Y. 
• Fifth Row: Harry Blake Hardison, Sigma Nil. Rocky Mount; Judson Hardy, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Silver Springs, Md.; Curtis Vinson Harper, Albany, Ga.; Bert Edward Harrell, l.-organton; J. 
Douglas Harrell, Chapel Hill; Goldston Franklin Harris, High Point; John Henry Harris, Norfolk, 
Va.; William Edmond Harris, Franklinton; William Rix Harris, Phi Eta Sigma. Henderson. • Sixth 
Riiw: Willis Paul Harris, Jr., Robersonville; James Frank Harrison, Sigma Chi. Chattanjoga, Tenn.; 
Victor Meyer Hartung, Chapel Hill; Cornelius Saunders Hartz, Winstc.n-Salem ; John Calvin Hasty, 
Maxton; Jasper Earle Haynes, Salisbury; Charles Lewis Haywood, III, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Turnersburg ; Melvin Joseph Healy, Chi Psi. Allendale, N. J. ; Alan Bernard Heilig, Zela Beta Tau, 
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Firit Row: James Edward Heins, Phi Delta Theta, Sanford ; James Evon Helms, Cherryville ; Paul 
Michael Hendren, Sigma Chi, Long Beach, Calif. ; Robert Edward Henning, Jr., Sigma Chi, Winston- 
Salem; Victor Gray Herring, III, Phi Gamma Delta. Goldsboro; Robert Goldsmith Hewitt, Miami, 
Fla.; Herman Milton Heyn, Baltimore, Md.; George Edward Higgins, GaiTney, S. C. ; Henry Alton 
Hight, Jr., Sanford. • SeconJ Row: William Buren Hill, Cliffside; William Lanier Hill, Delta 
Kappa Sigma. Wilmington; Robert Branson Hobbs, Delta Kappa Sigma. Chapel Hill; Dan Mc- 
Laughlin Hobson, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Edward N. Hobson, Bounville; Fred Mason Hoffman, 
Jr., Burlington; Morris Gillam Hogan, Jr., Oteen; Harry Lane Holder, Charlotte; Ferry Griffith 
Holland, Raleigh. • Third Row: James Bennett Holliday, Chi Phi. Pinetops; Robert Peel Holmes, 
III, Phi Gamma Delta, Mt. Olive; Samuel Seymour Holmes, Jr., Fernandina, Fla.; Albert Brewer 
Holt, Graham; Frank Lee Hood, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Asheville; Edgar Wright Hooks, Jr., 
Kenly; Walter McGehee Hooper, Reidsville; Malcolm Hoover, Pineville; Thomas Gregory Hopkins, 
Rcidsville. • Fourth Roir: Alton Marion Hopper, Jr., Shelby; William Wesley Horner, New Bern; 
Hamilton Cowles Horton, Jr., Beta Theta Pt, Winston-Salem ; Olive Max Hurton, New Hill ; Owen 
Troy Horton, Mt. Airy; William Thomas Hough, Washington; Carl Leonard Howard, Parkersburg; 
Hinton Gardner Hudson, Winston-Salem ; William Hudson, Phi Delta Theta. Tarboro. • Fijih 
Row: Norman A. Hull-Ryde, Gastonia; John Robert Hunter, Phi Eta Sigma. Winston-Salem; Joseph 
Henry Hurd, Durham; James Franklin Hurley, III, Zeta Psi, Salisbury; Jerome David Hurwitz, 
Raleigh; Henry Harold Ingram, Ingalls; Ray Carson Ipock, Cove City; Charles Watson Irvin, 
Greensboro; Alfred Henry Iseley, Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro. • Si.xth Row: David Kent Jackson, 
High Point; Herman Eugene Jackson, Kings Mountain; Robert Beaumont Jackson, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Hickory; William Stuart James, Chatham, Va.; John Watts Jamison, Charlotte; Macon Marshall 
Jefferys, Raleigh ; Kenneth Lee Jenkins, Jacksonville ; John Bright Jernigan, Phi Gamma Delta. 
Chapel Hill ; Charles Reid Johnson, Winston-Salem. 



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First Row: Charles Borden Johnson, Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; Clemuel Mansey Johnson, 
Kappa Sigma. Genson ; David Aaron Johnson, Jr., Goldsboro; Henry Lee Johnson, Jr., Rocky Mount; 
James Paul Johnson, Jr., Alpha Tan Omega. Durham; Loyd Harold Johnson, Milwaukee; Charlie 
M. Johnston, Charlotte ; Harry Harley Jones, Washington, D. C. ; Henry Robert Jones, Rockingham. 

• Second Row: William Desmer Jones, Spray; William Russell Jones, Elon College; Samuel Thomas 
Jordan, Delta Psi, Washington, D. C. ; Thomas C. Jordan, III, Oxford ; Francis Lang Joyner, Alpha 
Tau Omega. Wilson; Wilton Charles Joyner, Farmville; Charles Ernest Julian, Salisbury; Barrett 
Franklin Kalb, Zeta Beta Tau. Maplewood, N. J. ; Herbert Paul Kaplan, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Durham. 

• Third Roir: G. Arnold Kaufman, Tau Epsilon Phi. Baltimore, Md.; Frank Hall Keel, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Winston-Salem ; Joseph Kenneth Kelso, Alpha Tau Omega. Richmond, Va. ; Charles Hugh 
Kennedy, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh ; Wiley Oates Kennedy, Jr., Naval Base, S. C. ; Lovick Harden 
Kernodle, Jr., Danville, Va.; Donald Herbert Kimel, Phi Delta Thela. Statesville; Edward Fisher 
Kirk, Alpha Phi Omega. Baldwyn, Miss.; Robert Calvin Kirkpatrick, Charlotte. • Fourth Row: 
James Fred Koontz, Welcome ; Jerry Oakley Koontz, Lexington ; Louise Lament, Chapel Hill ; Lad 
Landau, Pi Lambda Phi. Greensboro; Walter Howard Landers, Asheville; Emsley Armfield Laney, 
Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Wilmington; Raeford Hopkins Lanier, Chinquapin; Richard Carl Lassiter, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Richard Brooke Lawwson, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Hopkinsville, Ky. • 
Fifth Row: Thomas Edison Leary, Ahoskie; Jeanne Josephine LeClair, Chapel Hill; Edwin Mangum 
Ledwell, Jr., Charlotte; John Winstead Lee, Thela Chi. Rocky Mount; Raleigh Bradford Lee, 
Greenville; Henry Peterson Leighton, Chapel Hill; William Wood Leighton, Chapel Hill; David 
Brian Leonard, Wrightsville Beach; John William Leonard, Lincolnton. • Sixth Row: Harry 
Lerner, Pi Lambda Phi. Lincolnton ; Bill S. Lester, Greensboro ; James Cary Lester, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Phi Eta Sigma. Roanoke, Va.; John Edward Lester, Stoneville; Martin Philip Levinson, Tau Epsilon 
Phi, Phi Eta Sigma. Norfolk, Va. ; Henry B. Lewis, Theta Chi, Raleigh ; Henry Eugene Lewis, Jr., 
Charlotte; Robert Luther Lewis, Robbins ; Walter Penn Lewis, Jr., Winston-Salem. 



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First Row: James Gunn Lindley, Delia Kappa Epsiloii, Greensboro; Robert William Lindsay, Snow 
Camp; Robert D. Lingerfeldt, Jr., Phi Delta Thela. Gastonia; Claude Douglas Linkous, Fayetteville ; 
Robert C. Llewellyn, Concord; Clyde Franklin Lloyd, Buie's Creek; Dalton Hartwell Loftin, Trenton; 
Cletus Roscoe Long, Winston-Salem; Robert H. Long, Jr., Roxboro. • Second Row: William Hugh 
Lonney, San Diego, Calif.; William Pickens Lore, Smithfield; Bob Bradford Lowder, Albemarle; 
John Alexander Lowder, Sigma Chi. Lincolnton; John Abernath Lowry, Phi Kappa Sigma. Greens- 
boro; Arthur Hill London, III, Chi Phi. Durham; Harold Richard Lubs, Charleston, S. C. ; Alan 
Roy Lupka, Pi Lambda Phi. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Rutus Hector Lupton, Edenton. • Third Row: David 
Yates McBrayer, Shelby; Marvin Mather McCall, Sigma Chi. Charlotte; Page D. McCauley, Pi 
Kappa Alpha. Danville, Va. ; Daniel Durham McFarland, Durham ; Frank James McKeown, Chi Phi. 
Asheville; Stewart Parnell McLaurin, Durham; Lyman Bonner McLawhon, Kinston; James Melvin 
McLean, Lillington; William Davies McLelland, Mooresville. • Fourth Roir: James Carlisle 
McLeod, Jr., Kappa Alpha. Florence, S. C; Thomas McMillan, Jr., P/ Kappa Alpha. Rocky Mount; 
Ralph Lipscomb McQueen, Lumberton; Charles Richard Macgill, Jr., Del/a Kappa Epsilon. Raleigh; 
Robert Lloyd Madden, Chapel Hill; Harold Cooley Mahler, Four Oaks; Frederick Debele Maner, 
Savannah, Ga. ; Baxter Bryan Mangum, Durham; Jean Ann Mann, Chapel Hill. • Fifth Row: Milton 
Bernard Mann, Raeford; Gilbert Ernest Marsh, Jr., Thomasville; Joe Ishacs Marshall, Kappa Sigma. 
Walnut Cove; Paul Eugene Marshall, Winston-Salem; Robert Ellington Marshall, Jr., Si.e.ma Phi 
Fpsilon. Raleigh; Berry Daniel Marshburn, Jr., Wendell; Julian Dewey Mason, Jr., Williamston; 
Paul DeWitt Mason, Detroit, Mich.; Harold Way Matthews, Jr., Leaksville. • Sixth Row: Kenneth 
Lee Matthews, Robersonville; James Harold Matthis, Warsaw; Junius Kenneth Maxwell, Pink Hill; 
Lewis Benjamin Merritt, Garland; Oscar Kochtitzky, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. Mt. Airy; James Linwood 
Messer, Lowell; John Norwood Mickle, Jr., Wmston-Salem; Edwin Lee Middleton, Sigma Chi, 
Charlotte; Robert Parker Midgett, Elizabeth City. 



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First Roir: Hal Young Miller, Jr., Phi Delta Theln. Lenoir; Shelby Evan Miller, Asheville; John 
Rowe Milliken, Monroe; Frederick Thomas Minnis, Winston-Salem; Cuthbert Vernon Mize, Jr., 
Sigma Phi Epsihni. Whiteville; Benjamin K. Mobley, Sigma Phi Epsilun. Lake City, Fla. ; Lloyd 
Binford Moon, Charlotte; Albert Cunningham Moore, Chi Phi. Miami, Fla.; Frank Bunting Moore, 
New Bern. • Second Row: George Ervin Moore, Jr., Theta Chi. Oxford; James Theodore Moore, 
Wilmington; Dillard Grady Moretz, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Boone; William Gaston Morrison, 
Statesville; Harvey Andrew Morse, Jr., Tarboro; Kenneth Wayne Mostella, Draper; John Fair- 
banks Motsinger, Jr., Sigma Chi. Phi Eta Sigma. Winston-Salem; Billy Roger Murray, Virgilina, 
Va.; James Robert Myers, Franklin. • Third Row: Thomas Ray Nanney, Charlotte; Fred Alton 
Neal, Jr., Greensboro; Henry Douglas Neal, Pee Dee; Ike R. Neeley, Kingsport, Tenn.; James 
Lyman Neely, Pi Kappa Alpha. High Point; Kenneth Earle Neese, Jr., Monroe; Horace Gray Nelson, 
Kernersville; Joseph Higgins Nelson, Phi Gamma Delta. Rocky Mount; Jesse Thomas Nettles, Jr., 
San Francisco, Calif. • Fourth Row: Lewis Taylor Newsome, Tarboro; Albert Sidney Newton, 
Winston-Salem ; James George Nichols, Winston-Salem ; John Charles Nix, Jr., Decatur, Ga. ; 
Judson S. Novins, Tai4 Epsiloii Phi. Toms River, N. J. ; Eugene Oberdorfer, Zeta Beta Tau, Phi 
Eta Sigma. Atlanta, Ga.; Gerald Malond Oldham, Chapel Hill; John Farrell O'Leary, Shelby; 
John Hal Oliver, Lumberton. • Fifth Row: Billy Derle O'Neal, Alpha Phi Omega. Tarboro; Karl 
R. Osborne, Charlotte; Morris Floyd Osborne, Arden; John Richard Owen, Zeta Psi, Rocky Mount; 
Robert Pace, Morrisville; Jimmy Carl Page, Jr., Henderson; Willie E. Page, Jr., Dover; Richard 
James Painter, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro; Nick Steve Pantazis, Wilmington. 
• Sixth Row: Lester Bennett Parham, Tabor City; Oscar Hall Paris, Jr., Greensboro; Frederick 
Beecham Parker, Murfreesboro; John Rainey Parker, Fayetteville; Ramon E. Parker, Manteo; 
Dennis Cartier Parrish. Four Oaks; Emmett M. Partin, Durham; J. Micah Pate, Jr., Theta Chi, 
Goldsboro; Troy Wendell Pate, Jr., Theta Chi. Goldsboro. 



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Firsi Row: Henry B. Patterson, Pi Kappa Alpha. Alpha Phi Omega. Hickory; Robert Kizer Patter- 
son, Jr., Albemarle; James Benjamin Fatten, Jr., Canton; Clifton Gadberry Payne, Rural Hall; 
Garth Howard Payne, Elkin; Thomas William Payne, Phi Kappa Sigma. Greensboro; Joseph 
John Pazdan, Trenton, N. J.; John M. Peek, Jr., Roanoke, Va.; Roger Peele, Chapel Hill. • 
Second Row: Jonathan Lee Peeler, Sigma Chi. Durham; Herbert Swain Pendergraft, Chapel Hill; 
Paris Moody Pepper, Danbury; Alan R. Perry, TheU Chi. Charlotte; Daniel Elijah Perry, Kappa 
Sigma. Phi Eta Sigma. Kinston; Lawrence Gordon Ffefferkorn, Jr., Alpha Tan Omega. Winston- 
Salem; Walter Everett Philips, Wilson; Ralph Donald Phillips, Marion; Robert Lee Phillips, 
Chapel Hill. • ThirJ Row: Dana Phipps, Chapel Hill; Richard Theodoric Fillsbury, Jr., Delia 
Kappa Epiilon, Salisbury, Md.; Arthur Kenneth Pincourt, Jr., New York, N. Y.; Emerson Walter 
Pitts, Winston-Salem; James Franklin Plott, Lexington; John Edward Poindexter, Burlington; 
William Doub Poindexter, Jr., Winston-Salem; Emmett Judson Pope, Sigma Chi, Mount Olive; 
Allen C. Poppleton, Sigma Nu. Phi Eta Sigma. Summerville, S. C. • Fourth Row: Chalmers 
Marshall Port, Mifflintown, Pa. ; Robert Francisco Porter, Burlington ; Walter Travis Porter, 
Emerson; Earmine Lee Poteat, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Yanceyville; William S. Pregnall, Charleston, 
S. C. ; Herman Fenton Preston, Jr., Winston-Salem; Fred Avery Price, Jr., Chi Psi. Greensboro; 
Elton Claude Pridgen, Selma; Ronald Stanford Prince, Tau Epiiloii Phi. Atlanta, Ga. • Fifth Ron: 
William Allen Prouty, Chi Phi. Media, Pa,; Stephen Cornelius Pugh, Old Trap; James Laughlin 
Purser, Kappa Sigma. Raleigh ; Percy Hall Quinlan, Jr., Chapel Hill ; Michael James Rabil, Weldon ; 
James Edward Ramsey, Chi Psi. Woodsdale; Thomas McCargo Raukin, Reidsville; William 
Alexander Rankin, Jr., Reidsville; Ernest Dickens Ransdell, Pinehurst. • Sixth Row: Phillip 
Clifton Ransdell, Varina; Joseph Leonard Rawls, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. Rocky Mount; Clifford 
McKinley Ray, Jr., Mebane; Ben Grady Redding, Marston; Max H. Redding, Cedar Falls; Paul 
Nathan Redding, Gastonia; Harold Withers Redmon, Leaksville; Huber Elwood Register, Cave 
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First Row: Neal W. Reichle, Alpha Tuii Omtgj. Durham; Joe Hunter Reins, Chi Pii. Winston- 
Salem; J. B. Rhea, Canton; Scctty Dean Rhodarmer, Canton; Harold Bagley Rhodes, Raleigh; 
Charles Otis Rice, High Point; Alton Bradley Rich, Jr., Graham; James Fred Richards, Jr., 
Miami, Fla.; Joseph Iverson Riddle, Morganton. • Second Rou: Charles Fredrick Rierson, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma. Mt. Airy ; Bobby Stanley Rigsbee, Durham ; Fred Gilbert Rigsbec, Durham ; John 
Williard Riley, III, Wilmington; Bobby Alan Rimer, Spencer; Lewis Samuel Ripps, Pi Lambda 
Phi. Bayonne, N. J.; Henry Jackson Ritchie, Concord; Jack T. Robbins, Rocky Mount; James 
Oliver Roberson, Alpha Phi Omega. Parmele. e Third Rou-: Barksdale Fletcher Roberts, Beta 
Theta Pi. Louisville. Ky.; Mark William Roberts, Madison; Lewis Clyde Robertson, Rockingham; 
John Andrew Robeson, Phi Mii Alpha. Hickory; A. Clarence Rollins, Chi Phi. Fuquay Springs; 
Robert LeRoy Rollins, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Phi Omega, Farmville; James Marion Rose, 
Shelby; Henry Thomas Rosser, Hamlet; Julius A. Rousseau, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, North Wilkes- 
boro. • Fourth Row: Henry Benton Rowland, Jr., Zebulon; Lawwrence Benjamin Rudisill, Lincoln- 
ton; Lawrence Erastus Rudisill. Lincolnton; Roy Albert Rumbough, Mars Hill; Fred Alfred Rumley, 
Winston-Salem; Clair Phillips Russell, Pi Beta Phi. Chapel Hill; Elmon Shelton Russell, Albe- 
marle; Ernest Eugene Russell, Jr., Raleigh; William T. Sadler, Roanoke Rapids. • Fijth Row: 
George Callier Salley, Norfolk, Va. ; Harry Samet, Pi Lambda Phi. High Point; Alvin Bernard 
Samuel, Theta Chi. Paragould, Ark.; Robert Hall Sanford, Greensboro; Bobby Reldue Scarlett, 
Hillsboro; John Martin Schnorrenberg, Asheville; Frank Richard Schwartz, Tau Epulon Phi. 
Phillipsburg, N. J.; Roland Hector Seals, Maxton; Donald Clemens Seifert, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Phi Eta Sigma. Henderson. • Si.xth Row: Basil Warren Seymore, Sanford; John Wilbur Sharp, 
Greensboro; Arnold Campbell Shaw, Jr., Asheville; Robert Eugene Shaw, Sigma Nu. LaVale, Md.; 
Henry Harris Shavitz, Pi Lambda Phi. Alpha Phi Omega. High Point; Neal Sheffield, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; Theodor Shevcov, Stratford, Conn.; William Harry Shields, Winston- 
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Firu Row: Charles Wayne Shumate, Goldsboro; Hal Cox Sigman, Greensboro; Lewis Scott Simon, 
Jr., Charlotte; William Booth Simpson, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Edward Earl 
Singleton, Roxboro; Benson E. Slosman, P/ Lanibda Phi, Asheville; Sarah Jeanette Sloan, Chapel 
Hill; Richard Branie Sloop, North Wilkesboro; Bobby E. Slough, Concord. • Second Row: Owen 
Meredith Smaw, New Bern; James Franklin Smith, Stanley; Percy R. Smith, Jr., Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Wilmington; Tommie Earl Smith, Roanoke Rapids; William Bennett Smith, Washington; 
William DuBerry Smith, Phi Gamma Delta, Bethel; William Edward Smith, Selma; James 
Harrison Smitherman, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Roy Robert Solaski, Alpha Phi Omega. Staten 
Island, N. Y. • Third Row: James Dudley Spainhour, Bethania; Robert Arthur Spaugh, Beta 
Theta Pi. Winston-Salem; Robert Houston Spencer, Alpha Tan Omega. Greensboro; Ralph Philip 
Spillman, Elizabethtown ; John Shelby Spong, Phi Eta Sigma. Charlotte; Charles Douglas Stampley, 
Phi Kappa Sigma. Charlotte; William Andrew Stanley, Chapel Hill; Leslie Edwin Stauber, Jr., 
Rural Hall ; James Gordon Reese Steagall, Oxford. • Fourth Row: Swain H. N. Stephenson, 
Zela P\i. Halifax; Weymon Grant Stephenson, Lillington; Edward Amos Stevens, Chi Psi. Char- 
lotte; Francis Asbury Stewart, Phi Eta Sigma, Marshville; Richard Thomas Stone, Theta Chi, 
Nashville; John Calvin Stow, Belmont; Riley Dan Strickland, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lenoir; LaMar 
Wesley Stroupe, Dallas; Douglas Keith Styron, Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. • Fifth Row: John 
Aloysius Sullivan, Chapel Hill; Thomas Alfred Sully, Jr., Beta Theta Pi. Charlottesville, Va.; 
Stephen Wolfe Sutker, Pi Lambda Phi. Charlotte; Edward Emerson Suttle, Jr., Chi Phi. Charlotte; 
A. G. Sutton, Burlington; Howard Bryan Sutton, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. Goldsboro; Richard Harvey 
Swartzberg, Pi Lambda Phi. High Point ; John Robert Swaim, Winston-Salem ; Delmer Ross Sylvia, 
Richmond, Va. • Sixth Row: William Bryan Talley, Greensboro; Billy Fair Tally, Winston-Salem; 
Bernard Montross Taylor, Jr., Alpine, Tenn.; Carroll Richard Taylor, Asheville; Cooper Ellis 
Taylor, Jr., Sigma Chi. Raleigh; John Anderson Taylor, Winston-Salem; Leslie Ollie Tharrington, 
Louisburg; William Eugene Thayer, Troy; Richard Lowell Thomas, Phi Eta Sigma. Leaksville. 



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Fini R(/w: Robert Gordon Thomas, Jr., Raleigh; Thomas Weldon Thomas, Stokesdale; Edward 
Dickson Thompson, Kappa Alpha, High Point; Alfred Marshall Thorny, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Greensboro; Bernard Harris Thorn, Pi Lambda Phi. Raleigh; James H. Merriam Thorp, Zela Psi. 
Rocky Mount; James Bartlett Thrasher, Mamaroneck, N. Y.; Howard Louis Tickle, Burlington; 
Stanley Dean Tinkham, Washington, D. C. • Second Ron: Ben Thompson Tison, III, Si^ma Chi, 
Charlotte; Laurence H. Todd, Jr., East Bend; Clarence Woodall Townsend, Lumberton ; Rawleigh 
Lewis Tremain, Jr., Alpha T.iu Omega. Alexandria, Va. ; Zebulon Baxter Trexler, Jr., Beta Thela 
Pi. Concord; Francis King Trogdon, III, Winston-Salem; Paul Donald Trollinger, Sigma Chi, 
Asheboro; Fred Angier Turlington, Jr., Charlotte; Andy James Turner, Jr., Charlotte. • Third Row: 
James Edmond Turner, Winston-Salem; Richard Leroy Tutterow, Greensboro; Bruce Wright 
Tyler, Chi Phi. Asheville ; Patsy Ruch Upchurch, Morrisville ; Dalma Wilson Uzzle, Jr., Phi Delta 
Theta. Durham; Thomas Marshall Uzzell, Jr., Charleston, S. C. ; Donald Eugene Vaughn, Gastonia; 
Robert Candler Vaughn, Jr., Beta Theta Pi. Winston-Salem; John Joseph Vincent, Swannanoa. 
• Fottrth Row: Irwin Edward Vinnik, Tjh Epiilon Phi, Miami, Fla.; Frederick Wright Vogler, 
Burkington, Vt. ; Gerald Max Wagger, Pi Lambda Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, High Point; Joseph C. 
Walker, Jr., Middletown, Pa.; Leonard Forrest Walker, Kernersville ; Ronald Thomas Walker, 
Wilmington; F. Barry Wall, Washington, D. C. ; Jerry D. Wall, Benson; John Joseph Wallace, 
Sigma Chi. Elkins, W. Va. • Fifth Row: Robert Tyson Wallace, Phi Kappa Sigma. Baltimore, Md. ; 
Edmund Meredith Waller, Jr., Chi Psi. Arlington, Va.; William Waller, Fair Bluff; James Moffett 
Walters, Charlotte; George Britain Walton, Jr., Chadbourn; William Graham Ware, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma. Burlington; Alwood Bulluck Warren, Wilmington; Hampton Turner Warren, 
Wilmington; James Edward Warren, Roanoke Rapids. • Si.\th Row: Wisner McCamey Washam, 
Cornelius; J. Heywood Washburn, Sigma Chi. Phi Eta Sigma, High Point; David Claggett Water, 
Phi Kappa Sigma, Germantown, Md.; Charles Garman Watkins, Zeta Psi. Henderson; Joel Smith 
Watkins, Warren, Ark.; Bryan Turner Watlington, Reidsville; Eugene Ray Watson, Charlotte; 
John Peebles Watts, Williamston; John Robert Way, Greensboro. 



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First Row: Robert Stanford Webb, Jr., Delta Kappa Eps/lon. Asheville; Thomas Rubens Weil, 
Tai/ Eptilon Phi. Highland Park, III.; Alfred Morton Weinstein, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Raleigh; 
Herman Wendell Welker, III, Greensboro; William Freeman Wellons, Selma; Carroll Thomas 
West, Plymouth; William Shepherd West, New York, N. Y. ; Eugene C. Whaling, Sigma Chi, 
Winston-Salem ; James Ashby Wharton, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Greensboro. • Second Row: Clarence 
Joseph Wheeler, Wendell ; Cullen Cannington White,, Pi Kappa Alpha. Victoria, Va. ; Erwin 
Wayne White, Bynum ; Alexander Gray Whitley, Red Oak; Robert Cullen Whitley, Raleigh; 
Bernie Joseph Wilburn, Chapel Hill; Benson Reid Wilcox, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte; 
George Burns Williams, Raleigh; Jabdz Herring' Williams, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Abbeville. • Third 
Row: James Lowell Williams, Bynum; Thomas Jefferson Williams, Monroe; Thurman Louis 
Williams, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Walter Blackwell Williams, Pittsboro; William 
Holt Williamson, III, Sigma Chi. Charlotte; Earl Hardy Williford, Kannapolis; William Ray Wills, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Whiteville; George David Wilson, Morganton ; John Moran Wilson, Morgan- 
ton. • Fourth Row: John Ray Windham, Rocky Mount; Paul Roberts Winslow, Raleigh; William 
Bainster Wood, Alpha Phi Omega. Greensboro; Melvin Joel Woodford, Clemmons; Ronald Lee 
Woodruff, Cherry Point; William Richard Wrenn, High Point; Richard Harvey Wright, III, Zeta Psi, 
Durham; Walter Hall Wright, Jr., Aberdeen; Charles Garnctt Yarbrough, Winston-Salem. • Fifth 
Row: Ted Paisley Young, Winston-Salem; Kenneth Ray Youngblood, Fletcher; Burton Wyatt Younts, 
Kappa Alpha, Leaksville; Kenyon Benedict Zahner, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Highlands; H. Jay Zink, 
Phi Kappa Sigma. Moundsville, W. Va.; Robert Louis Zucker, Tau Epsilon Phi. Raleigh. 



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A. ". . . so there I was at 30,000 feet . . ." 

B. "Ain't I the one 1 thought it meant LADS." 

C. Typical Carolina Coed 

D. . . . "but I don't want to see your etchings." 



E. My 8:00 Instructor 

F. "It's a touchdown — I think." 

G. "Ron into on ole friend last night.' 



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JUNIORS... 

The Class of 1952 



BY THIS TIME MOST OF US HAD MADE THE GREAT JUMP FROM 
GENERAL COLLEGE TO ONE OF THE UNIVERSITY'S DIVISIONS FOR 
OUR MAJOR. WE TOOK THE PAST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION A LITTLE 
MORE SERIOUSLY. FOR SOON WE WOULD BE VOTING, TOO. WE 
COMPARED OUR CAMPUS POLITICIANS TO THOSE IN OUR STATE 
AND NATION AND THOUGHT TO OURSELVES, "JUST PRACTICING." 

WE REMEMBERED OUR FIRST FALL HERE AND THE TEAM; WE 
WONDERED ABOUT THIS FALL. PRESIDENT TRUMAN DECLARED 
A NATIONAL EMERGENCY IN VIEW OF THE WORLD CRISIS, CON- 
GRESS PASSED MORE DRAFT ACTS, AND WE STOPPED WONDERING 
ABOUT NEXT FALL. 



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First Row: Joe Riley Aaron, High Point ; Helen 
Delplaine Adams, Washington, D. C. ; Joseph 
Allen Adams, Sigma Nu. Norfolk, Va.; Julian 
Sheppard Albergotti, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Denny 
Page Aldridge, Pi Kapfi.i Phi. Reidsville. 



Second Row: David Warren Allen, Delhi Kappa 
Epiilon, Greensboro; Ronald Francis Allen, Char- 
lotte; Robert Sherman Allison, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Asheville; Benjamin Ernest Allred, Burlington; 
Frank James Allston, Jr., Chi Pst, Arlington, Va. 



Third Row: Thomas Marion Alspaugh, Winston- 
Salem; Peggy Rose Anderson, Brookneal, Va.; 
Robert Lovell Anderson, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha. Au- 
burn, Ala.; Jean Chandler Andrews, Cumberland, 
Md.; John Cleveland Andrews, Ayden. 



Fourth Row: Willard Burch Apple, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Reidsville; Mary Ann Arnold, Madisonville, Ky.; 
Charles Theodore Ashworth, Chi Phi, Fuquay 
Springs; Abner Mitchell Askew, Ahoskie; Ben 
Emmet Atkins, Gastonia. 



Fijih Row: Edward H. Austin, Four Oaks; Edward 
Stanley Avery, Jr., Winston-Salem; Robert Harold 
Averette, Jr., Chi Phi. Fayetteville; Daniel Oliver 
Aycock, Charlotte; John McSween Ayres, Wil- 
mington. 



St\ih Rou: William Farris Badgett, Kappa Sigma. 
Mount Airy; Edward Orick Bagley, Raleigh; 
Robert Emmett Bailey, Washington, D. C. ; Robert 
Freeman Bailey, Durham; Nancy May Baird. Dal- 
las, Tex. 



Stienlh RiJir: Eleanor Mae Barker, Asheville; Ed- 
win Thomas Barnes, Jackson; Emmy Lou Barnes, 
Kenly; Martin DeBerry Barringer, Mount Pleasant; 
William VanFossen Barringer, II, Kappa Sigma, 
Mt. Airy. 



Eighth Rou: Nick James Bartis, Greensboro; Paul 
Alvin Barwick, Mt. Olive; Ronald Basescu, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; Jack Cleo Batchelor, Mt. Holly; Ray- 
mond D. Bateman, Winston-Salem. 



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Fnsi Row: Glenn Heins Baughman, Charlotte; 
Allman Beaman, Pi Kappa Alpha. Greensboro; 
Evelyn Adair Beasley, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. ; 
Cleland Hayden Beatty, Haw River; Ruth Elisa- 
beth Beebe, Sumerville, N. J. 



Second Row: Jesse Jordan Beale, Jr., Raleigh; 
James Andrew Bell. Jr., Sigma Chi, Greensboro ; 
Patty Bell, Dallas, Texas; Erwin Boyce Benge, 
Statesville; Ruby Benjamin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Third Row: Charles Glenn Bennett, Jr., Durham; 
Jack Norwood Bennett, Mount Airy; Robert Ed- 
ward Bennett, Sigma Su. Rocky Mount; Calvin 
Bernard Bennette, Chapel Hill; Charles Douglas 
Berger, Sigma Chi. Winston-Salem. 



Fourth Row: John Joseph Beshara, Springfield, 
Mass.; Eddie E. Best, Jr., Goldsboro; Lucile Kelly 
Best, Clinton; Richard L. Bestwick, Chapel Hill; 
Edgar Rutherford Betty, Zela Psi, Raleigh. 



Fifth Row: Cedric Bielawski, Washington, D. C. ; 
Frederick Dana Bingham, Raleigh ; Frankit Lee 
Bird, Grover; Eugene A. Birke, Winston-Salem; 
Eunice Wooten Bizzell, Goldsboro. 



Si.\th Row: William Frederick Black, Beta Thela 
Pi. Greensboro; George S. Blackwelder, Jr., Phi 
Delta Theta. Hickory; Rachel Lee Blanton, Win- 
ston-Salem ; Robert Eugene Blanton, Alpha Phi 
Omega. Lattimore; Katherine Floyd Blue, Raeford. 



Seventh Row: Mary Nell Boddie, Durham; Samuel 
Lewis Booke, Jr., Winston-Salem; John P. Booker. 
Jr., Winston-Salem; William Norman Booker, 
Greensboro; Edgar Ray Bond, Jr., Chi Phi, Guil- 
ford College. 



Eighth Roti: Charles Augustus Borda, III, Delta 
P'l, Philadelphia, Pa.; Gurney Simpson Boren, 
III, Ztij Psi, Greensboro; Richard Seth Bostick, 
Sigma Nu. Charlotte; Larry Francis Botto, Alpha 
Tail Omega. Bradenton, Fla.; John Edward Bot- 
toms, Margarettsville. 










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Fira Rote.- Claude Allen Boulware, Sanford; 
Harold Jenkins Bowen, Eehi Theta Pi. Charleston, 
S. C. ; Henry Bowers, Kappa Alpha, Mountain 
Home; Howard C. Bowie, Jr., Louisburg; Hugh 
Morrison Boyer, Beta Theta Pi. Charlotte. 



Securid Row: Katherine Kelly Boyette, Carthage; 
Robert Strickland Boyles, High Point; William 
Richard Bracey, Fayetteville; Harold Devon Brad- 
shaw, Valdese; William Earl Brady, Jr., Mebane. 



Third R,ju: Rosa Lee Brake, Rocky Mount; Wade 
Melbrey Brannan, Dunn; Patricia Taylor Brawley, 
Gastonia ; Myers Griffin Braxton, Godwin ; David 
R. Brenegar, Kappa Sigma. Winston-Salem. 



Fiij/rlh Ron: Charles Hart Brewer, Kappa Alpha, 
Oxford; Charles Iceman Bridger, Bladenboro; 
James Elliott Bridgman, L^imhda Chi Alpha. 
Roanoke Rapids; William Edward Briggs, Ashe- 
ville; Eugene Foster Brigham, Phi Delta Theta, 
Miami, Fla. 



Fifth Row: Zeb Creighton Brinson. Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, Tarboro ; Dock Ambrose Britt, Erwin ; 
George Milton Britt, Tarboro ; Henry Bryan Broad- 
foot, Alpha Tau Omega, Black Mountain; James 
Moses Brock, Farmington. 



5/,\7/> Row: Aubrey W. Bronstein, Tat< Epsilon 
Phi. Kinston ; Robert Marion Brooks, Jr., Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Carrboro; Howard Chalk Broughton. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Hertford ; Barbara French Brown, 
Falls Church, Va.; Carl Baxter Brown, Sigma Chi, 
Wilmington. 



Seventh Row: Donald M. Brown, New Bern; Ed- 
ward Bland Brown, Jr., Zeta Psi. Fuquay Springs ; 
Herman Hooker Brown, Hillsboro; Peggy Jane 
Brown, Randleman ; Helen Canon Brundage, 
Tryon. 



Eighth Rou't Francis Alexander Buchanan, Chi 
Phi, Sylva; David Ernest Buckner, Jr., Greensboro; 
Robert Lynn Buckner, Chapel Hill ;Jackie Bumpous, 
St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Frank Edwin Bunker, Win- 
ston-Salem. 



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Pnsl Row: Nancy Ann Burgess, ?hi Mu, Fort 
Pierce, Fla.; Edgar Monroe Burkette, Jefferson; 
William Russell Burkholder, Eagle Springs; 
Howard Franklin Burns, Southern Fines; Eliza- 
beth Bowers Bush. Vinton, Va. 



SeconJ Roiv: Carolyn Murry Butcher, Charlotte ; 
Barbara June Byrd, Alphj Omicron Pi. Candler; 
Martha Hunter Byrd, Morganton; Patrick Nye 
Byrd, Hamlet; Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr., Thela Chi. 
Phi Etj Sigma. Goldsboro. 



Third Row: Alice Elizabeth Byrnes, Charlotte: 
John Neal Cadieu, Rockingham; Donald Harrison 
Caldwell, Matthews; Madeleine Ida Caldwell 
Garden City, N. Y. ; Paul Willis Caldwell, Jr 
Morganton. 



Fourth Rou: Joseph Seymour Callahan, Jr., 
Fayetteville ; Lewis Forman Camp, Jr., Charlotte ; 
Mary Louise Camp, Sigma Pi Alpha. Charlotte ; 
Gina Wilcox Campbell, Miami Beach, Fla.; Kath- 
leen Earle Campbell, Hamlet. 



Fifth Row: William Raymond Campbell, High 
Point; John Webb Cannon, Jr., Shelby; Wendy 
Cantor, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Carol Cantrell, Etowah, 
Tenn.; Bradford C. Cantwell, Phi Gamma Delta. 
Wilmington. 



Sixth Row: John Gorham Carr, Delta Sigma Pi. 
Delta Psi, Durham ; Joseph B. Carr, Sigma Nu. 
Rocky Mount; Roger Alton Carr, Plymouth; Jo- 
seph Franklin Carter, Henrietta ; Larry Joe Carter. 
Asheville. 



Seventh Row: Mary Anne Carter, Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Wallace; Rosemary Cartmel, Forest Hills, 
N. Y. ; Michael Chilton Carver, Sigma Chi. Morris- 
town, Tenn ; Conrad Wayne Gates, Greensboro ; 
John Allen Gates, Sigma Phi Epulon. Hillsboro. 



Eighth Row: John Robert Cauble, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Phi Eta Sigma. Salisbury; John Cazin, Jr., Wells- 
burg, W. Va.; John Williad Chaffee, Raleigh; 
Carrie Stickney Chamberlain, Kappa Delta, Greens- 
boro; Theodore Gilmer Chandler, Delta Sigma Pi. 
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Fir\/ Riiiv: Lewis R. Chapman, Jr., C^;' ft/', Union, 
N. J.; Joan Marion Charles, Sea Girt, N. J.; 
Lawrence McNider Cheek, Chapel Hill ; Eliza- 
beth Binford Chew. Waynesboro, Va.; Lila Ward 
Chichester, Frederick, Md. 



ScciiiiJ Ron: John Gerald Childers, Lenoir; Juanita 
Elizabeth Childers, Louisburg; Jean Dorsett 
Churchill, Wilmington; Robert H. Clampitt, Phi 
Rho Sigi/iJ. Chapel Hill; Barbara Anne Clark, 
Stuart, Va. 



Third Row: Lee Andrew Clark, Pi K.ippj Alphj. 
Everetts ; Sarah Clark, Wilmington ; Stuart Fletcher 
Clayton, Fayetteville; Harris F. Clein, Winston- 
Salem; William Norman Clement, Jr., Raleigh. 



Fourth Row: Dorothy Ann Clemmer, Hickory; Ed- 
ward Douglas Clery, Sigt/ht Chi. Upper Darby, Pa.; 
Alonzo Charles Clewis, III, Alpha Tau Omega. 
Tampa, Fla. ; James Fuller Cloniger, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Gastonia; Bruce A. Coats, Benson. 



Fifth Row: Nancy Love Coble, Laurinburg; San- 
ford A. Cockrell, Jr., Theta Chi. Nashville; Irvin 
Marvin Cohen, Pi Lambda Phi. Phi Eta Sigma. 
Lincolnton ; Jack Cohen, Tau Epsilon Phi. Chapel 
Hill; Edward S. Coley, Elizabeth City. 



Sixth Ron: Jajnes Edward Collins, Winston-Salem; 
Elizabeth McCaw Cooley, Louisville, Ky. ; James 
R. Connelly, Kappa Alpha Order, Morganton; 
James Halbert Conoly, Alpha Kappa Psi. Phila- 
delphia ; Connie Mack Conway, Durham. 



Stittilh Row: Kathleen Virginia Corbett, Swans- 
bc.ro; Luke Robinson Corbett, West End; Edward 
Maurice Cordell, Union, S. C. ; Roy Clinton Corder- 
man, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma. Winston-Salem ; James 
Richard Corey, Winterville. 



Eighth Row: Marie Patricia Costello, Chapel Hill; 
Michael Rodney Gotten, Sigma Chi, Belleville, 
N. J.; Barbara Ann Cottrell, Summit, N. J.; 
Frederick Moore Councill, Beta Theta Pi. Boone; 
George Elton Cox, Winterville. 



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Firs! Rnu: Thomas Chatterton Coxe, III, Zeu Psi, 
Darlington, S. C. ; Joe Billy Craig, Cherryvillc; 
Madge Elizabeth Crawford, Del/a Delta Delia. 
Chapel Hill; Philip Robert Cree, Delta Sigma Pi. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Robert M. Creed, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Fayetteville. 



Second Row: William Lawrence Creef, South Nor- 
folk, Va.; William Nicholson Creel, Kappa Alpha. 
Dunn; Charles William Crone, Goldsboro; Fay 
Marie Culpepper, Nags Head; Harvey A. Cul- 
pepper, Jr., Rocky Mount. 



Third Row: William Bishop Curtiss, Madison, 
N. J. ; William Reynolds Cuthbertson, Beta Thela 
Pi. Charlotte; Fred Harder Cutts, Jr., Phi Delta 
Theta. Cordele, Ga.; Charles Richard Daly, Bethes- 
da, Md.; Ted Bernard Daly, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Charlotte. 



Fourth Rou-: Donald Elmer Daniel, Wilson; 
George Raddiffe Darden, Sigma Nu. Camden, 
S. C. ; William Adams Darden, Stantonsburg ; 
David William Darr, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Win- 
ston-Salem ; James Krozer Daugherty, Jr., Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Baltimore. 



Fifth Rou-: William F. Davenport, Delta Sigma Pi. 
Winston-Salem; Robert William Davidson, Phi 
Eia Sigma, Mooresville; Adam Clarke Davis, 
Greenville; Cynthia Davis, Raleigh; Daniel 
Whitaker Davis, Phi Eta Sigma, Andrews. 



Sixth Run': Don Burton Davis, Greensboro; Mar- 
garethe Davis, Blacksburg, Va.; Paul Stanley 
Davis, Forest City; Ray Dean Davis, Shelby; Rich- 
ard Floyd Davis, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Miami, Fla. 



Seventh Row: Ruth Carr Davis, Whiteville; 
Suzanne Wooten Dawson, Cramerton; Marx Hugh 
Deal, Alpha Kappa Pit, Rockingham; Charlie 
Louis Dean, Jr., Fuquay Springs; Cecil Thomas 
Deans, Raleigh, 



Eighth Rou-: Jimmy Foxx DeBruhl, Alexander; 
John Denham, Washington, D. C. ; Harry Leigh 
Derby, III, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro; 
Thomas Ashford DeVane, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, 
Fayetteville; Walter Edward Deyton, Spruce Pine. 







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F/rj/ Rou\- James Russell Dickens, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Roanoke Rapids; William Hal Dickens, 
Richmond, Va.; Griggs Cameron Dickson, Garner; 
Roy Shields Dickson, Salisbury; Edwin Harrison 
Dixon, Jr., Monroe. 



Snond Row: Godfrey Ervin Dixon, Robersonville; 
Nancy Marie Dixon, Charleston, W. Va.; Eliza- 
beth Cranford Dockery, Greensboro; James Oliver 
Donahoo, Asheville; Allan Jackson D.inald, Sigma 
Nu, Ridgewood, N. J. 



Third Row: Gerald W. Dorn, Ninety Six, S. C; 
Paul Lester Doster, Charlotte ; Anne Nolan Dover, 
Shelby; Frank Edward Driscoll, Winston-Salem; 
Lowell Manning Dryzer, Greensboro. 



Fourth Row: Joseph Dudeck, Haz^lton, Pa. ; 
Charles Council Dudley, Jr., Huntersville; Presley 
Zachary Dunn, Chi Phi. Rocky Mount ; Thomas 
Edward Duval, Jacksonville, Fla. ; Patrick Francis 
Earey, Hickory. 



/■////:' Rou: Cyrus Parsons Earnhardt, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Monroe; James Frank Easterling, 
Rocky Mount ; Frank John Eckert, Chi Psi, Union, 
N. J.; Enoch Hiram Edgerton, Pikeville; Ruth 
Boyce Edgerton, Goldsboro. 



5/v//.; Roir: James Edmonds, III, Charlotte; Aaron 
Caswell Edmundson, Pikeville; J. Ray Edmundson, 
The/a Chi. Goldsboro; Herbert Clay Edwards, 
Mars Hill; William Clyde Edwards, Jr., Chi Psi, 
Raleigh. 



Seienlh Row: Lawrence Egertone, Jr., Greensboro; 
Owen Shafer Eller, Salisbury; M. Hicks Elmore, 
Shelby; Thomas Elmer Ennis, Jr., Salisbury; Joan 
Erskine, Selma, Ala. 



Eighth Row: David A. Kelly, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Culpepper, Va. ; William Hamp Etheridge, Kenly; 
Harris L. Evans, Henderson ; Joyce Ann Evans, 
Harrellsville; Phyllis Ferguson Evans, Chapel Hill. 



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First Row: Robert Mayer Evans, T<J« Epsihii Phi. 
Durham; Thomas Edwin Evans, Jr., Burlington; 
John H. Falkner, Pi Kappa Alpha. Henderson; 
Barry Morton Farber, Pi Lambda. Phi. Greensboro ; 
Betsy Ann Farmer, Wilson. 



Second Ron: Gloria Farncll, Greensboro; James 
Stephenson Farthing, Dunn; William H. Faulkner, 
Chi Phi. Chicago, 111.; Edwin Reese Felts, Jr., 
High Point; John Jethro Ferebee, Sigma Nu. 
Shawboro. 



Third Row: Charles Parker Ferguson, Jr., Matewan, 
W. Va.; Joan Ferrell, Nashville; Jack Clifton 
Fields, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro; Joseph Brown- 
ing Fields, Durham; Georgie Blanton Finlay, 
Greenville, Miss. 



Fourth Row: Henry Coleman Fisher, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Asheville; Lester Jerry Fisher, Statesville; 
John Etchells Flood, Jr., Sanford, Me. ; David 
Stanley Flowers, Kappa Alpha, Hickory; Marian 
Rebecca Floyd, Tabor City. 



Fijth Row: Howard Simpson Foglcman, Jr., Kappa 
Alpha. Burlington; William Charlton Foil, Win- 
ston-Salem ; Patricia M. Foster, Greensboro ; Arthur 
Green Fountain, Rocky Mount ; John Worth Foust. 
Lexington. 



Sixth Ron-: Robert L. Foust, Graham; Charles 
Worth Fowler, IH, Lambda Chi Alpha. Greens- 
boro ; Robert Gene Fowler, Norwood ; Patricia Lou 
Foy, Mount Airy; Winston Neville Francis-Lau, 
New York, N. Y. 



Setenlh Row: Joseph Jay Freedman, Zeta Beta Tau 
Wilton, Conn. ; George Kirby Freeman, Jr., Kappa 
Sigma. Raleigh; George Walter Freeman, Kappa 
Alpha, Marshall ; Arthur Kurt Freimuth, Phi Delta 
Theta. Pottstown, Pa. ; William Glenn Friddle, Jr., 
High Point. 



Eighth Row: Elisabeth Jane Frieze, Gaflney, S. C; 
Jacob H. Froelich, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, High Point; 
Billie Ann Frost, Mocksville; William Hunt Ful- 
wiler, Phi Delta Theta. Atlanta, Ga. ; Ruth Caro- 
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Pint Row: Jo Wood Gaither, Charlotte; John 
Lean Galarde, Charlotte ; Mike Galifianakis, Jr., 
Durham ; Edmund R. Gant, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Burlington; Edwin Maurice Garner, Jr., Charlotte. 



Second Row: Farlie Archibald Garner, Jr., Raleigh; 
Fred Lee Garner, High Point; George Lawrence 
Gay, Zebulon ; Samuel Geek, Brevard ; Mary Byrd 
Gesler, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Third Row: Ruth Elaine Gibson, Durham; Mary 
Frances Gilbert, Raleigh ; Herman James Gold- 
stein, Brooklyn ; Ralph Max Goldstein, Tau Epsilon 
Phi. Wilmington; Willard Coe Goley, Jr., Kappa 
Si^m.i. Graham. 



Fourth Row: Jane Marie Goodman, Hewlett Bay 
Park, New York, N. Y. ; Norma Jean Goodman, 
St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Robert Edward Goodman, 
Zela Beta Tau, El Paso, Texas; Freddie Lee Gore, 
Zephyrhills, Fla. ; Sarah Gwendolyn Gore, Rae- 
ford. 



Fijih Rou: Anne Wakefield Gowen, St. Simons 
Island, Ga. ; William Edgar Graham, Jr., Jackson 
Springs ; Harry Marks Graves, Sigma Nu, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. ; Joseph James Gray, Jr.. Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Wilmington ; Oliver James Gray, Amagan- 
sctt, N. Y. 



Sixlb Roiv: Henry Lee Green, Clyde; Lewis Heit- 
man Green, Lewisville; Margaret Earle Green, 
Thomasville; Arthur Frank Greenbaum, Alph.i 
Tall Omega. Baltimore, Md. ; Jack Phillip Greene, 
Sigma Phi Epiilon. Raleigh, 



Serenlh Row: Girson Greenwood, Phi Gamma 
Delta. Aldan, Pa.; James W. P. Gregory, Jr., 
Candler; Spencer Gregory, Zeta Psi, Raleigh; 
Thomas Wynns Gregory, Zela Psi. Halifax; Erline 
Burwell Griffin, Goldsboro. 



pjghth Row: Harvey Lee Griffin, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Asheboro; Nancy Patricia Griffin, Carroll- 
ton, Ga.; James Curry Grimes, Thomasville; 
Leonard Julius Guyes, Pi Lambda Phi. Greens- 
boro ; Samuel Thompson Haddock, Chi Phi. An- 
derson, S. C. 



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First Row: Dorothy Irene Haight, Washington, 
D. C. ; Fred Lee Hale, Henderson ; Robert Graham 
Hamer, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Winston-Salem ; Archie 
Etheridge Hamil, Jr., Goldsboro; Oliver Wendell 
Hamilton, Jr., Phi Kjppa Sigma. Jamesville. 



Second Row: James Lloyd Hamlin, AsheviUe ; 
Roland Marks Hamrick, Jr., Shelby ; Francis Bur- 
ton Hance, New Bern; Mildred Anne Hancock, 
Mt. Olive; George Davis Hankins, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Charlotte. 



Third Row: Charles Ralph Harbmson, Jr., High 
Point; Eugene Brooks Hardin, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Burlington ; Shahen Haroutunian, Teheran, 
Iran; Charles Sydney Harrell, Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Marshville; Thomas Hilliard Harrington, Alpha 
Tall Omega, Montpelier, Vt. 



Foiirlh Ran: John Robinson Harris, New York, 
N. Y.; Perry Felton Harris, Carthage; Clarence 
W. Harrison, Charlotte; Thomas Clinton Harrison, 
Asheville; Richard Dudley Hart, Asheville. 



Fifth Row: Robert Lee Hartsell, Charlotte; James 
Lawrence Harvey, Raleigh; Caroline L. Hassinger, 
Bristol, Va.; Mary Nell Hawkins, Suit; Hershel 
Vaiden Hawley, Lillington. 



5/-V//) Rou\- Bennett Allen Hayes, Durham; Charles 
William Haynes, Salisbury; Benjy McNeill Hay- 
wood, Mt. Gilead; David Robert Hayworth, Beta 
Thela Pi. High Point; John Livingston Hazle- 
hurst, Delia Kappa Epiiloii. Henderson. 



Sei-eitlh Row: John Louis Head, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Cramerton; William Orndoff Headlee, Asheville; 
Elizabeth Hastings Heath, Chapel Hill; William 
Mitchell Heeden, Jr., Goldsboro; Robert J. Hei- 
man, Zeta Beta Tan. Little Rock, Ark. 



Eighth Row: James McDaniel Heldman, Jr., 
Alpha Tat/ Omega. Durham; Frank Lewis Helsa- 
beck, Rural Hall; Bob Glenn Hendricks, Jr., Lex- 
ington; Rucker Sterlyn Hennis, Sigma Phi Epuloii. 
Winston-Salem; Julian Butler Herring, Rose Hill. 








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First Roir: Mark Hodges Herring, Chi Psi, Seven 
Springs ; Francisco Ernesto Hernandez, Oriente, 
Cuba ; Theodore Casper Hesmer, Jr., Sigma Chi. 
Roanoke, Va. ; Katherine Louise Hester, High 
Point; Herman Edward Hickman, Winston-Salem. 



Second Row: Clawson Albert Hicks, Raleigh; 
Charles A. Highsmith, Greensboro; Robert Stubbs 
Hight, Henderson; Anne Hildebrand, Marion; 
George W. Hill, Mooresville. 



Third Row: Karl Neimann Hill, Chi P<i. Char- 
lotte; Thomas Joel Hill, Beta Theta Pi. Winston- 
Salem ; Thomas Riley Hinson, Sigma Nu. Albe- 
marle; Lloyd Vernon Hinton, Washington, D. C. ; 
James T. Hipps, Chapel Hill. 



Fourth Row: James Sears Hix, Jr., Thomasville; 
Conrad Hock, Jr., Sigma Chi. Greensboro; Dennis 
Walter Hockaday, Yadkinville; Howard Berkeley 
Hodges, Jr., Alexandria, Va. ; LeNeve Foster 
Hodges, South Hill, Va. 



Fijth Row: George C. Hodgkins, Chi Phi. Southern 
Pines ; William Hendon Hogshead, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Greensboro ; Axel Werner Hoke, Pi Lambda 
Phi. Durham; David Ross Holland, Greensboro; 
James White Holland, Dallas. 



Si:<th Rotr: Raymond Hardy Holland, Sigma Alpha 
Epiiloii. Wilmington ; Richard Brandson Holland, 
Raleigh; Fletcher M. Hollingsworth, La Grange; 
Edward Graham HoUoway. Lenoir; Helen Free- 
man Holmes, Tampa, Fla. 



Seventh Row: William Paul Holt, Jr., Greensboro; 
William C. Holton, Pi Kappa Alpha. Chevy Chase, 
Md.; William McClure Hooke, Greensboro; Wil- 
lard A. Hord, Pi Kappa Phi, Morganton; Robert 
Swain Horton, Raleigh. 



Eighth Row: Egbert Elmore House, Jr., Salisbury; 
James Albert House, Jr., Hobgood ; Kenneth Hel- 
ton Howard, Jr., Chi Phi. Dunn; William N. 
Howard, Raleigh; Earl Graham Howell, Elm City. 



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FirM Rou: Norman C. Hu, Honolulu, T. H.; 
Ralph V. Huband. Jr.. Srgnu Nu. Wilmington; 
Julius C. Hubbard, Jr., Wilkesboro; Charles 
Marion Muggins, Greensboro; John Winder 
Hughes, Jr., Delia Kjppj Ept'lon. Wilmington. 



Second Rou: William Thomas Hughes, Pi Kappa 
Phi. Salem, Va. ; C. A. Hull, Cherryville; Barbara 
Anne Hulse, Bellport, N. Y.; Cecile Madeline 
Hundley, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; William Harold 
Hunsucker, Ellerbe. 



Third Row: David Collins Huntley, Sigma Phi 
Epiilon. Lenoir; Herman Harry Huntley, Kappa 
Alpha. Wadesboro ; James Kenneth Hurlocker, 
Kannapolis; John Huske, Delia Kappa Epsilon. 
Fayetteville; Rosalie Andrews Huske, FayetteviUe. 



Fourlh Row: Robert Elwyn Hutchinson, Rocking- 
ham ; George Norman Hutton, Jr., Phi Delia 
Theta. Hickory; Chestley Julian Hyatt. Jr., Win- 
ston-Salem; Leila Mary Khalil Ibrahim, Heliopolis, 
Egypt; James Otis Icenhour, Carrboro. 



Fifth Row: Nancy Louise Ide, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Robert Coleman Ingram. Jr.. Theia Chi. Asheville 
Claudius Addison Irby. Jr.. Roanoke Rapids 
Lewis Malcolm Isley, Haw River; Rosalind Mary 
Isom, Miami, Fla. 



Sixth Row: John Charles Ivey, East Rockingham; 
Betty Sue Jacobs, Chapel Hill; Benjamin E. James, 
Jr.. Sigma Su. Jacksonville. Fla. ; Casimer Jasinski, 
Jersey City. N. J.; Charles Douglas Jeffreys, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. Durham. 



Seventh Row: Jane Elizabeth Jenkins, Malverne, 
N. Y. ; Roger Adams Jennings, Jr., Phi Kappa 
Sigma. Greensboro; Alfred L. Johnson, Asheville; 
Cecil Lawrence Johnson, Princeton; Charles Henry 
Johnson, Clayton. 



Eighth Row: Frances Hope Johnson, Chalybeate 
Springs ; Henry Clay Johnson, Jr., Roanoke, Va. ; 
Monroe Garland Johnson, Jr., Sigma Alpha 
Epiilon. Spindale; Paul Thompson Johnson, Win- 
ston-Salem ; Robert Leon Johnson, Jr., Chi Phi. 
Lake Wales, Fla. 




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Fin I Row: Robert W. Johnson, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Reidsville; Willis Jefferson Johnson, Jr., Wallace; 
Sam Brown Jolly, Wilmington; Aaron Jay Jones, 
Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Lumberton ; Betty Lou Jones, 
Norfolk, Va. 



Second Row: Dean C. Jones, Jr., Thela Chi. Jeffer- 
son ; Joe Sire Jones, Jr., Raleigh ; Ronald Bernal 
Jones, Alpha Kappa Pii. Fayetteville; Nanq: Anne 
Jordan, Great Neck, N. Y. ; Ralph Benton Jordan, 
Phi Delia Theta. Sanford. 



Third Row: Robert Calhoun Jordan, Jr., Edenton; 
Robert P. Joyce, Jr., New Bern ; Laura Florence 
Judy, Boone; Earl Teague Justice, Phi Mu Alpha; 
Henry Filmore Kale, Mount Holly. 



Fourth Row: William Lewis Karesh, Zela Beta 
Tau. Greensboro ; Ned Spencer Kearns, Lexington ; 
Mary Marschall Keefe, Phi Mu Alpha. North 
Miami, Fla. ; Peggy Keith, Amsterdam, Va. ; Helen 
Bradford Kelly, Charlotte. 



Fifth Row: William Kelso, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Newark, N. J.; James Connor Kennedy, Clinton; 
Mary Everette Kennedy, Raleigh ; Stephen Rudge 
Kenney, Chi Pii. Raleigh; Flossie Lillian Kerves, 
Savannah, Ga. 



Sixth Row: James B. Kilgo, Jr., Charlotte; Solo- 
mon Pincus Kimerling, Tau Epsilon Phi. Birming- 
ham, Ala. ; Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Lambda Chi 
.ilpha. Chapel Hill ; Joan Carol King, Verona, 
N. J. ; Patricia King. London Bridge, Va. 



Seventh Row: William N. Kingoff, Pi Umbda Phi. 
Wilmington; Robert Leon Kirkland, Durham; 
Dewey Samson Kirstein, Jr., Fairview; David 
Russell Kiser, Alpha Kappa Psi. Lincolnton; Ray 
Lewis Kisiah, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: William Hirsch Kittner, Weldon; 
Carolyn Elizabeth Kizer, Brevard ; Joseph Jay 
Kline, New Bern; Peter Kotsch Kloeppel, Charles- 
ton, S. C. ; Jane Louise Kloster, Mahwah, N. J. 



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First Row: Thomas Henry Knott, Kappa Sigma. 
Kinston; Harry Kotsionis, High Point; Barbara 
Elliott Krafft, River Forest, III.; Henry Rowland 
Kritzer, Pi Kappa Phi. Hagerstown, Md.; William 
O. Kuhn, Wilmington. 



SeconJ Rou: Robert L. Kurtz, Pi Umbda Phi. 
Charlotte; Ben Dixon Lackey, Kappa Sigma. Win- 
ston-Salem; Harry Lee Lambeth, Jr., Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Thomasville; George William Landis, 
Thela Chi, Rocky Mount; Alice L. Landor, Canton, 
Ohio. 



Third Rou: John Robert Langston, Four Oaks; 
Ann Elizabeth Latimore, Chi Omega, Lookout 
Mountain, Tenn.; Mary Virginia Latta, Burling- 
ton ; Gerry U. Law, Winston-Salem ; Mary Law- 
rence, Wilson. 



Fourth Row: William Goodman Lawrwence, IIL 
Como; Harvey William Layton, Jr., Alpha Kappa 
Psi, Charlotte; William Valentine Ledford, Greens- 
boro; Henry Neill Lee, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. 
Lumberton ; Russell Benton Lee, Jr., Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Kannapolis. 



Fifth Row: Thomas James Lee, Monroe; Georgia 
Joyce Lemons, Greensboro; Warren Dougla^ 
Leonard, Greensboro; Patsy Lou Lester, Pi Beta 
Phi. St. Petersburg, Fla.; Jacqueline Nina Leverett, 
Alpha Delta Pi, Crainesville, Ga. 



Sixth Row: Maurice Deanne Leverette, Jr., Fayette- 
ville; Ida Elizabeth Lewis, Kenly; William R. 
Lewis, Greensboro; Joanne Liles, Raleigh; Sue 
Carter Lindsey, Bluetield, W. Va. 



Seventh Row: Walter Smith Linville, Jr., Kerners 
ville; Frank Ernest Litaker, Charlotte; Rae M, 
Litaker, Concord; William Holmes Lloyd, Hills- 
boro; George W. Lofquist, Asheville. 



Eigl:,th Row: William Lord London, Chi Phi. 
Pittsboro ; Carlton Wesley Long, Greensboro ; 
Thornton McKendree Long, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Winston-Salem ; Glenn Roland 
Looney, Swannanoa; Edgar Love, III, Kappa 
Alpha, Lincolnton. 



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First Row: Marvin Dallas Lovins, Lenoir; Wilburn 
James Lowe, Canton; Suzanne Lowry, Tampa, Fla.; 
Lacy Lee Lucas, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greens- 
boro; Peggy Raye Lucas, Kinston. 



Second Row: John Reid Lutz, Alpha Phi Omega: 
Wyle Larry Lyon, Greensboro; Duncan Ian Mac- 
Colman, Phi Gamma Delia. Nyack, N. Y.; Wil- 
liam Thomas MacDonald, Greensboro; Marilyn 
MacKinnon, Englewood, N. J. 



Third Rnu: Robert Eugene McAdams, Roanoke 
Rapids; Thomas Calvin McAden. Charlotte; Jimmy 
Lee McAllister, Mount Pleasant; William Durland 
McCaslin. Phi Kappa Sigma. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. 
Julia McClain, Tampa, Fla. 



Fourth Row: Johnnie Ann McClaran, South Nor- 
walk, Conn.; Robie Wayne McClellan, Maiden; 
Otis Roberts McCollum, Pi Kappa Phi. Reidsville; 
William Neal McCord, Jr., Washington, D. C; 
Tyrus Raymond McCullers, Smithfield. 



Fifth Row: Robert L. McDaniel, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Fayetteville; Julian Murrill McGee, Beta 
Theta Pi. Greensboro; Robert Edgar McGilvary, 
Durham; Robert Theodore McGimsey, Phi Delta 
Theta. Lenoir; Milton Henry McGowan, New 
Bern. 



Sixth Row: Henry Louis Mcintosh, Fayetteville; 
James Herbert Mclntyre, Delta Pii. Ellerbe; Rod- 
ney Leonard McKnight, Sigma Chi. Charlotte; 
John David McLawhorn, Jr., Cary; William Wood- 
lard McLendon, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro. 



Seventh Ron-: Joe Harper Maddux. Raleigh; 
Nathaniel Fuqua Magruder, Pi Kappa Phi. Sara- 
sota, Fla.; Joseph Earl Mahatfee, Valdese; William 
Henry Mallison, Pi Kappa Phi. Rocky Mount; 
William Anderson Marlowe, Jr., Walstonburg. 



Eighth Row: Robert Lee Marks, Reidsville; Frank- 
lin King Marshburn, Phi Camma Delta. Charlotte; 
Eleanor Ruth Martens, Burlington; James Howard 
Martin, Delta Sigma Pi. Charlotte; Jane Easter 
Marye, Augusta, Ga. 



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First Raw: Frank N. Mason. Aiken, S. C. ; Law- 
rence M. Mason, Alpha Tau Omega. Charlotte; 
William Henry Massey, Jr., Princeton ; Kenneth 
Gray Matthews, East Bend ; Leslie Avon Matthews, 
Angier. 



Second Rnu: Randolph Alfred Matthews, Oxford; 
Benjamin Gray Mattox. Sif,ma Phi Epsilon. Smith- 
field ; Frederick Rodney Mauney. Alpha Kappa 
Psi. Shelby; Glenn Howard May, Asheville; Robert 
Millon Mayes, Hillsboro. 



Third Rnu-: James Doyle Medders. Mount Holly; 
Archie Dowe Meekins. Midway Park; Phyllis A 
Melton. Marblehead, Mass.; Robert Bruce Melton, 
Alpha Phi Omega. Morganton ; Donald Myron 
Mendel, Zela Beta Tau. Atlanta, Ga. 



Fourth Rou: Leslie Gray Merritt, Theta Chi, 
Greensboro ; Ray Thomas Midyette, Asheville ; 
Andrew John Miketa, Phi Kappa Sigma, Baden, 
Pa.; William Theodore Milburn. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Allan Francis Milledge, 
Chi Phi, Miami, Fla. 



Fifth Rou-: Andrew Qeveland Miller, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Shelby; John Malone Miller, Jr., Graham; 
Fred C. Mills, Jr., Henderson; Cecil Jerome Mil- 
ton, Phi Gamma Delta, Albemarle; Henry Vance 
Modlin, Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro. 



Sixth Rou: Monsour Soloman Michael, Chapel 
Hill ; James R. Montgomery, Phi Gamma Delta. 
Durham ; A. David Moore, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Burlington; Carolyn Harris Moore, Burlington; 
Herman Aubrey Moore, Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 



Seienth Rou-: James Wilson Moore, Asheboro; 
Jesse Daniel Moore, Asheville; Sam W. Moore, 
Phi Gamma Delta. Burlington ; Thomas Parrott 
Moore, Jr., Wilson; William Carroll Moore, Phi 
iMii Alpha. Lenoir. 



Eighth Row: Stewart Lee Mooring, LaGrange ; 
James Harry Morgan, Charlotte; Joseph B. Mor- 
ton, Albemarle; Bernard Brown Moreland, Greens- 
boro; Thomas Reddin Morris, Kenly. 




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Fm< Rou.' Angela Grace Morse, East Orange, 
N. J.; Jack Solomon Moss, Charlotte; Vernon 
B.iss Mountcastle, Jr., Sigma Chi. Reading, Pa. ; 
Helen Oleta Muller, Merion Station, Pa. ; Thomas 
Edward Murdock, Pi Kappa Alpha, Asheville. 



Second Rnw: Barbara Anne Murphy, Charlotte; 
James Archibald Myatt, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta. 
High Point; Martha Emeline Nash, Bluefield, W. 
Va.; Rebecca Stewart Near, Baltimore, Md.; Chris- 
teen Lenore Nelson, Anniston, Ala. 



Third Ron: Frank Davis Nelson, Chapel Hill; 
Norma Adelaide Neville, Chapel Hill ; Sylvia Lea 
Newson, Charlotte; Roderick Maclatchic Nicol, 
Salisbury; Leo Joseph Northart, Chapel Hill. 



Fourth Ron-: Nancy Anne Nunez, Baltimore, Md. ; 
Robert Hamilton Nutt, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Greensboro ; Lalage Katherine Gates, Spartanburg, 
S. C. ; Christian Oglesby, Concord; Roy Elbert 
Onley, Elizabeth City. 



Fifth Row: John Williani, Ormand, Jr., Monroe; 
Byron Alan Orringer, Threta- Epsilon Phi. New 
Bern; Robert Winford Osborne, Greensboro; Ruth 
Helen Osmers, Ridgewood, N. J. ; Earl Welborne 
Owen, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greensboro. 



5/.V//' Ron:- Joanne Page, Chi Delta Phi. Marietta; 
Robert Draughn Page, Sigma Nil, Rocky Mount ; 
Horace William Palmer, Durham; Patricia Alden 
Pantell, Atlanta, Ga.; Herman Stuart Parker, 
Smithfield. 



Seventh Row: Jane Agnes Parker, Goldsboro; Roy 
Parker, Jr., Alpha Fan Omega. Ahoskie; William 
Hoyle Parks, Lexington ; Robert Watkins Parlier, 
Hillsboro; Herbert Jerry Parrish, Raleigh. 



Eighth Row: William Roger Paschal, Biscoe; John 
George Pat.seavouras, Theta Chi. Rocky Mount ; 
Thomas Allen Patterson, Erwin ; Judith Ann Pat- 
ton, Ginton; William T. Peacock, Chi Phi. Arling- 
ton, Va. 



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Firti Row: Corra Clare Peeples, Valdosta, Ga.; 
Richard Melton Penegar, Kappa Sigma, Gastonia; 
Sam Cecil Perry, Theta Chi, Raleigh ; James Cowles 
Fhelps, Winston-Salem; Benita Phinizy, Augusta, 
Ga. 



SeconJ Ron: Herman Newtiin Pickett, Jr., Greens- 
b:iro; Francis Gordon Pierpont, Durham; William 
Henry Piner, High Point; Jane Loring Piper, 
Baltimore County, Md. ; Sheldon Jay Plager, 
Pi Lambda Phi, Miami Beach, Fla. 



ThirJ Row: John F. Flatt, Milford, Conn.; Cecil 
Atkins Pless, Jr., Delia Kappa Epsiloii. Asheville; 
Calista Pope, Columbus, Ga. ; Mary Elizabeth 
Pope, Mount Olive; James Bowman Poteat, Char- 
lotte. 



Fourth Row: Elizabeth Toccoa Powell, Whiteville; 
Patricia Anne Powell, Gainesville, Ga. ; Donald 
Prago, Pi Lambda Phi, Greensboro ; Thomas 
Arthur Price, Sigma Chi. Charlotte ; Jack A. Prince, 
Pi Kappa Phi. Kings Mountain. 



Fijlh Rou\- Joseph Rob-rt P.ivott, Edenton; James 
Dick Proctor, Chi Psi, Whiteville; Paul Herbon 
Proctor, Alpha Tau Omega. Rockingham; Phillip 
Thomas Proctor, Fuquay Springs ; Sara Anne Proc- 
tor, Marion. 



Sixlh Row: Betty Ann Pullen, Fincastle. Va.; 
William Floyd Purvis, Pi Kappa Phi. Oakboro ; 
William Alton Quails, Phi Delia Thela. Greens- 
boro; William Gordon Quarles, Phi Gamma Delhi. 
Rocky Mount; Jacquelin Lee Quesenbery, Waynes- 
boro, Va. 



Seienlh Row: Louis Rabil, Alpha Kappa Psi. 
Weldon ; James Edmundson Ragsdale, Phi Delia 
Thela. Georgetown, S. C. ; William Goodyear 
Rand, Eela Thela Pi. Alpha Kappa Psi. Carlisle, 
Pa. ; William Garland Ransdell, Jr., Varina ; Robert 
Allen Raskin, Zeta Beta Tau, Tarboro. 



Eighth Ron: Betty Landon Ray, Faison; Page 
Pendleton Reavis, Henderson; William Frank 
Redding, III, Asheboro; Betty Ann Reese, Car- 
rcillton, Ga.; William V. Reeves, Sparta. 




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Firt/ Row: Milburn McGarvey Respess, Pike Road; 
Jim Stone Reuning, Signu Alpha Epiilon. Bristol, 
Va.; William Weaver Rhoades, Delta Kappa 
Epiilon. AsheviUe; Deane Richardson, Charlotte; 
Burton Jones Rights, Winston-Salem. 



Scioiiil Row: Tad Tilden Riley, Sigma Chi. Potts- 
town, Pa.; Lucy Ann Ring, El Dorado, Ark.; 
Henry Zane Robbins, Chi Psi. Alpha Phi Omega, 
Winston-Salem; William McKendree Robbins, Pi 
Kappa Phi, Charlotte; Wayne Bryant Roberts, 
Mount Olive. 



ThirJ Row: John Kent Robertson, Union Grove; 
George Arnold Robinson, Canton ; John H. Robi- 
son. Jr., Kappa Alpha, Salisbury; Andrew Jackson 
Rock, Jr., Kinston; James Harvey Rogers, Moores- 
ville. 



Fourth Row: Arden Cortez Rollins, Fuquay 
Springs ; Randolph Cecil Roper, Pittsboro ; James 
Wood Rose, Benson ; Mary Anne Rose, Hender- 
son; Richard Selig Rosen, Pi Lambda Phi, Miami 
Beach, Fla. 



Fifth Row: Dale J. Rosenblatt, Charlotte; John 
William Ross, Sigma Alpha Epiilon. Green Cove 
Springs, Fla. ; James Rodman Rourk, Chi Phi. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. ; Leslie Howard Row, Chapel 
Hill ; Jack Everett Rowland, Charlotte. 



Sisth Row: Elizabeth Ann Ruyall, Elkin; William 
Douglas Roycrof t, Chi Phi. Coats ; Alice E. Hart- 
man Rudisill, Lincolnton; William Mitchell Rue, 
Sigma Chi, Danville, Ky. ; John Allen Ruggles, 
Alpha Tau Omega, Chevy Chase, Md. 



Sc tenth Row: Howard Jackson Runnion, AsheviUe; 
Edward Michael Russell, Southporf, Conn.; Lewis 
Hubert Ruth, Lincolnton; Charline Rutter, Pi 
Beta Phi. El Paso, Texas ; James C. Ryan, Kappa 
Sigma. Sylva. 



Eighth Row: Nancy Katharine Ryon, Clarks Sum- 
mit, Pa.; William Marsh Sanders, Kappa Sigma, 
Raleigh; Billy Murray Sandlin, Verona; Barbara 
Loleta Sanford, Leaksville; Oliver Lewis Sapp, 
Kappa Sigma. Reynolda. 



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First Row: Robert Henry Sapp, Reynolda; Clyde 
Bernard Satterwhite, Jr., Salisbury; Gene Lane 
Sauls. Raleigh; Irwin Elliot Sawitz, Tau Epsilon 
Phi, Hamlet; Blackwell Sawyer, Jr., Phi Gamma 
Delta. Phi Eta Sigma. Toms River, N. J. 



Second Rou: Mary Scarboro, Alpha Delta Pi. 
Wadesboro; Elizabeth Annelle Schachner, Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Charlotte; Henry Fero Schacht, 
Davidson; Morley A. Schlesinger, Parris Island, 
S. C; Conrad Frederic Schneider, II, Cht Psi, 
palmyra. Pa. 



Third Row: William Norman Schwartz, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Newport News, Va. ; Elsie Willis 
Scott (Mrs.), Chapel Hill; Frank Garrett Scott, 
Orange, Va.; James Morton Scott, Greensboro; 
Robin Jerome Scroggs, Chi Psi. Phi Mu Alpha. 
Phi Eta Sigma, Raleigh. 



Fourth Rou: James Fentress Seagroves, Chi Psi. 
New Hill; Talbot R. Selby. Chapel Hill; William 
H. Selzek, Jr., Durham; Robert S. Seybolt, Bangor, 
Me.; Robert William Sheek, Jr., Winston-Salem. 



Fijth Row: Richard Allen Sheets, Delta Sigma Pi. 
Winston-Salem ; Gordon Hauser Shermer, Pi 
Kappa Phi. Winston-Salem; Max Douglas Sherrill, 
Hickory ; Howard William Shields, Marble ; 
Ernest Randolph Shives, Chi Phi, Lincolnton. 



Sixth Row: Jane Gordon Shoaf, Lexington; 
Leonard Payne Shoaf, High Point; Charles Roger 
Shore, Kernersville ; W. Marcus Short, Greens- 
boro; Robert McPhail Shuman, Charlotte. 



Seventh Row: Andrew Paul Shveda, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Weirton, W. Va.; Johnny Wiley Sifford, 
Stanley; Richard O. Sigmon, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
Morganton; Lewis A. Sikes, Tabor City; Robert 
Wilson Siler, Jr., Siler City. 



Eighth Row: John J. Sillmon, Kannapolis; Baird 
B. Sills, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Michael 
Julian Silver, Phi Epsilon Pi, New York, N. Y. ; 
Raymond R. Simmons, Lambda Chi Alpha. Win- 
ston-Salem; David Alexander Simpson, Jr., Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Monroe. 





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F;ri/ Rou:- Hilda Ruth Simpson, Buie's Creek; 
William Henry Singleton, III, Raleigh; Jacqueline 
Sleeper, Washington, D. C. ; John Calvin Slemp, 
Jr., Deltj Psi. Wynnewood, Pa.; Dorothy Ann 
Sloan, Chapel Hill. 



SecmiJ Ruir: Charles Buxton Small, Sigm.i Nil. 
Elizabeth City; E. Carrington Smith, Jr., Df//.; 
K.ippj Epsilun. Chapel Hill ; Edwin Bretney Smith, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. Asheville; George Duffield 
Smith, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Dallas, Texas; 
James Richard Smith, Mooresville. 



IhnJ Row: Lloyd Bell Smith, Jr., Phi Delia The/a, 
Lenoir; Mary Bertulet Smith, Greenville; Robert 
Gerald Smith, Rutherfordton ; Roy Lee Smith, 
Stanfield; William Archer Smith, Greensboro. 



r-uiirih Run: Robert A. Smitherman, Sigma Chi. 
Chapel Hill; Grady King Snyder, Sanford ; Ned 
Williams Spearman, Magnolia; Ruth Ellen Speck, 
Cleveland, Tenn.; Robert EuDean Spencer, Liberty. 



Fijih Row: Sara Frances Sperling, Shelby; Everett 
"^'ates Springs, Mount Holly; Carl Ralph Spruill, 
Elizabeth City; Ann Montgomery Stafford, Chi 
Omega. Burlington; Patty Sherrod Starr, Plymouth. 



Sixlh Roir: Thomas Hilliaid Staton, Kappa Alpha. 
Hcndcrsonville; Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr., Chi 
Pi/. Phi Eta Sigma. Raleigh; Wiley Dockery Steed, 
Maxton ; R. C. Steele, Raleigh ; George Myers 
Stephens, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. /Isheville. 



SiieKlh Run: Henry Louis Stephenson. Jr., Smith- 
field; Thomas Brock Stevens, Alpha Tail Omega. 
Smithfield ; Edwin Buie Stewart, Broadway; Mar- 
garet Gwendolyn Stewart, Charlotte; Margaret 
Jean Stewart. Raleigh. 



Eighth Ritw: Joan Moore Stieber, Pelham Manor, 
N. Y.; Jean Gordon Stockton, Winston-Salem; 
Thomas Dodds Stokes, Kappa Sigma, Lexington; 
Jean Stone, Stoneville; Coe Purvis Strain, Durham 



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Fiiil Row: Mary Ellen Strihling. Clarksdale, Miss.; 
Jamts R. Strickland, Wilson; Robert Louis Strick- 
land, Asheboro ; Thomas Edward Strickland, Golds- 
boro; Strosnider, Anna Frank. Goldsboro. 



Second Row: Lewis Castleman Strudwick, Dullj 
Kappa Epsilon, Salisbury, Md. ; Harris Alexander 
Sturgess, Jr., Rocky Mount; Frank Codman Styers. 
Greensboro; George Frank Styron, Jr., Goldsboro; 
Ronald Falls Sullivan, High Point. 



Third Row: Donald Frederick Sutphen. Beta Thelj 
Pi. East Orange, N. J.; Michael Swaini, Julian; 
William Jay Swan, Andrews; Cornelius Martin 
Swart, Wilmington; William Walker Swink, 
Sigma Chi, China Grove. 



Fourth Row: Francis Houston Symmes, Alpha 
Kappa Pii. Wilmington; Allen Tate, Jr., Chi Phi. 
Gaffney, S. C. ; Gorrell Lee Tate, Winston-Salem ; 
Clarence Webb Tatum, Winston-Salem; Kenneth 
Ray Taylor. Faison, 



Piflh Row: Roland Lindsey Taylor, Tarboro; Wil- 
liam Robert Taylor, Jr., Kappa Sigma. Goldsboro; 
Hubert Otto Teer, Jr., Phi Delia Thela. Durham; 
Herbert Teichman, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Winston- 
Salem; Mary Sue Tenney, Morehead City. 



Six:h Row: Jesse Thomas Terrell, Yanceyville; 
Dale Edward Thomas, Beta Thela Pi. Attleboro, 
Mass. ; James Bert Thomas, Wadesboro ; John 
Lea Thomas, Norfolk, Va.; Robert Eirwin Thomas, 
Oxford. 



Sevenlh Row: Barbara Jeanne Thompson, Warsaw; 
Jerome C. Thompson, Alpha Kappa Psi. High 
Point; Katharine M. Thompson, Chapel Hill; 
Lloyd Goodwin Thompson, Jr., Greensboro; Wal- 
ter A. Thompson, Jr., Burlington. 



Tiahih Rou: Lacy Herman Thornburg, Hunters- 
ville; Walter Thomas Tice, Jr., Chi Psi, High 
Point; David Ronald Tilley, Phi Eta Sigma, Fuquay 
Springs; Thomas Harrison Tisdale, Ashevillc; 
Hubert Glenn Tolson, Bela Thela Pi. New Bern. 






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First Row: Arnold Jay Toomes, Chi Phi, Randle- 
man; William Ray Traywick, Charlotte; Billy 
Greene Treadaway, Wadesboro; Ellen Moore 
Tiedway, Roanoke, Va.; Charles Wyse Trent, III, 
Kappa Sigma, Reidsville. 



Sccoiiil Row: Clarence Hughes Truckner, Durham; 
George Reginald Tucker, Jr., Hertford ; Richard 
James Tuggle, Kannapolis; Herbert Carl Turner, 
Waynesville; Fred Arthur Tyndall, Jr., Goldsboro. 



Third Row: Robert McLean Upton, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Ventnor, N. J.; Hale Baxter Van Hoy, 
Walkerton; Anne Livesey Van Kirk, Charleston, 
W. Va.; Costas Kleanthi Varkaris, Sigma Kappa 
Epsilon, Island of Cyprus; John Walter Vassey, 
Concord. 



Fourth Row: Vernon G. Vaughan, Jr., Henderson; 
Jasper Robert Veasey, Fuquay Springs ; Robert T. 
Venters, Wilmington ; Burma Louise Vogt, De- 
catur, Ga. ; John Averitt Von Oesen, Wilmington. 



F/fth Row: Ralph D. Waddell, Delta Sigma Pi, 
Concord; Edgar DeLacie Wade, Jr., Erwin; Mari- 
lyn Walker, Asheboro; Robert Franklin Wallace, 
Alpha Tau Omega, Smithfield; Leslie White Wal- 
ston, Roxobel. 



Sixth Row: Lacy Wayne Walters, Delta Sigma Pi, 
Fuquay Springs; Harold Norvin Ward, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; James Alphonso Ward, Williamston; 
Lindy Wilson Ward, Williamson, W. Va. ; Wil- 
liam Jennings Ward, Chi Phi, Hendersonville. 



Seventh Row: B. Max Warner, Norman; Beverly 
Sneed Warner, Pi Kappa Alpha, Roanoke, Va.; 
Elwood Gene Warren, Wilmington; Oliver T. 
Watkins, Wilmington; Ralph V. Watkins, Dur- 
ham. 



Eighth Row: Lewis Randolph Watson, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; John Flake Weaver, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Statesville; Paul Linwood Weaver, Jr., Wilming- 
ton; Dennis Reid Webb, Cliffside; Mimi Anne 
Weil, Goldsboro. 



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First Ruu: Clare Weissinger, Gary, Miss. ; James 
Alfred Wellons, Delta Phi Alpha. Smithfield ; 
James Clarence Wellons, Jr., Selma; Edgar James 
Wells, Teachey; George Maurice West, Louisburg. 



Second Ruu: Robert Elmon West, Salemburg; 
Theodore Randolph Westbrook, Jr., Richlands; 
Edward Earl Wharton, Merritt; Winnifred Jean 
Wheeler, Baltimore, Md. : Donald Eugene Whicker, 
Kernersville. 



Third Row: Hiram Purcell Whitacre, Charlotte; 
Bettye Connally White, Chapel Hill; Cora Eleanor 
White, Lenoir; Franklin M. White, Salemburg; 
James Norbert White, Micro. 



Fourth Row: O. McMullan White, Si^ma Nu. 
Elizabeth City; Reginald Sidney White, Jr., Sigma 
Nu. Lynchburg, Va.; Romas T. White, Charlotte; 
Walter Alston White, Manson; William Wallace 
White, Marion. 



Fifth Row: John Wesler Whitehead, Alpha Tan 
Omega, Smithfield; Russell Daniel Whiteheart, 
Phr Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem ; Thomas Alva 
Whitley, Pi Kappa Phi. Sanford; Richard Thomas 
Wiess, Phi Kappa Sigma, Philadelphia, Pa.; Bobby 
Austin Wilder, Mount Gilead. 



Sixth Row: J. Ray Wiles, Wilkesboro; Robert 
Bruce Wilkins, Linden; Ann Marvin Williams, 
Durham; Bill Albert Williams, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Granite Falls; Egbert P. Williams, Stedman. 



Seventh Row: Horace Edwin Williams, Chi Phi. 
Seven Springs; Mary Deane Williams, Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Chapel Hill ; Robert Levis Wil- 
liams, Raleigh ; Thomas Avent Williams, Jr., Phi 
Gamma Delta, Battleboro; Woodward White 
Williams, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Columbia, S. C. 



Eighth Row: Fred Kent Williamson, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, Asheville; Amy Jean Wilson, Shelby; 
Franz Dobbs Wilson, Martinsville, Va.; Margaret 
Ann Wilson, Summerfield; Mary Jane Wilson, 
Washington, D. C. 




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F/>i/ /?«!(•; Robert Sessoms Wilson, Aberdeen; 
William Thomas Wilson, Sigma Chi, Rural Hall; 
Nancy Jane Wing, Waterville, Me. ; Betty Kath- 
crine Winkler, Runceuertz, W. Va.; William Ed- 
w.ird Winn, Chi Phi. Charlotte. 



Seconil Row: Jay V. Wise, Kannapolis; William 
Thiimas Wolf, Chapel Hill; Charles Frederick 
Wolff, Pi Kjpp.1 Phi. Winston-Salem; Thomas 
Jefferson Wood, Jr., Cherry Point; Leonard 
Schmick Woodall, Smithfield. 



Third Row: James Phillips Woodard, Phi Mii 
Alpha. Rocky Mount; William David Woodruff, 
Oxford; Caroline Woods, Albuquerque, N. Mex.; 
Nancy Lee Woolfolk, Bowling Green, Va.; James 
W. G. Woolcott. Diltj Kappa Epulon. Asheville. 



Fourth Row: Cornelia Park Woolley, New York, 
N. Y. ; Sanford Kyle Woosley, Roanoke, Va. ; 
Barbara Kathryn Wooten, Gastonia ; Robert South- 
erland Wooten, Jr., Kmston ; James Dalton Words- 
worth, Alpha Phi Omega. Chi Phi. Rocky Mount. 



Fijlh Row: Betty Lou Worthington, Ayden; 
Donald Wesley Wrenn, Durham ; Clement Gil- 
lespie Wright, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Greensboro ; 
James Thad Wright, Chapel Hill; John Daniel 
Wright, L.:mhda Chi Alpha, Chapel Hill. 



SiMh Rou: Nina Evelyn Wright. Phi Ml,. Shelby; 
Robert Edwin Wylic, Alpha Tan Omega. Char- 
lotte; Earl McManaway Yandle, Charlotte; Robert 
Lee York, Jr., Waynesville; William Brantley 
'I'ork, Jr., Boone. 



Seieiilh Row: William Marvin York, Jr., Greens- 
boro; Charles Samuel Young, Forest City; Donald 
Eugene Young, Charlotte; Helen Person Young, 
Henderson; Marice Edward Young, Bellefonte, Pa. 



Eighth Row: Nancy Carol Young, Chapel Hill ; 
Thomas Lee Young, Reeie. Lexington ; Carl Leslie 
Ziegler, Robbins; Lonnie Perry Walston, Roxobel ; 
Glenn Abbott Harden, Chi Delta Phi. Greens- 
boro. 



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A. "1 know Gordon Gray." 

B. "I don't.'- 

C. "I don't either — but who 

D. "Do I know Jose?'' 

E. "These jokes ore killing r 

F. Fortescue 



G. The news in briefs. 

H. House of ill-repute 

i. Slingshot wedding 

J. "Grade A" — Department ot Public Health 

K "Hey mow — the stopper's out — I think." 

L. Rockettes 



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The Class of 1951 



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FOUR OF THE MOST EVENTFUL YEARS OF OUR TIME AND CERTAINLY 
OF OUR LIVES ADDED THEIR EVENTS TO THE PANORAMA OF HIS- 
TORY WHILE EDUCATION WENT FORWARD WITH THE CLASS OF 
■51 HERE AT CAROLINA. WE HAD SEEN THE WAR-WEARY WORLD 
STRUGGLE TO ITS FEET AGAIN WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE 
ECONOMIC COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION. 

WHILE THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD WERE SEEKING TO REBUILD 
THEIR ECONOMY, WE HERE AT CHAPEL HILL WERE EXPANDING 
OUR FACILITIES FOR THE EDUCATION THAT WOULD STRENGTHEN 
OUR OWN CAPITALISTIC SOCIETY. 

WE WATCHED THE MOUNTING TENSION IN THE WORLD, AS ITS 
INHABITANTS SPLIT THEMSELVES INTO TWO CAMPS. WE FELT THE 
ANXIETY OF OUR FELLOW STUDENTS AS WE NEARED JUNE AND 
THE DRAFT. 




Abbott, Thomas William Osier 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Abernethy, Troy Bennett 

B.S. IN EDITATION. 

Adams, Calvin Monroe, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigina Pi. 



Wynnewood, Pa. 



Belmont 



Statesville 



Alexander, C. Heath Chapel Hill 

.\.B. IN HISTORY. Zeta P.ii; Monogram Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Basketball 
(1); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4): YMCA (1). 



Alexander, James Bryan 



Greensboro 



B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Alpha Sigma Phi: Aliihu Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi 
Omega. 



Adams, David Massey 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha: Phi Beta Kappa. 



Adams, Harvey 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Adams, James Ronald 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Chi 



Raleigh 



Farmer 



Coconut Grove, Fla. 



Lima, Peru 



Statesville 
Durham 
Allen, Gary Walter Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Di Senate (3. 4); Interfra- 
ternity Council (3. 4); University Club (2): Western N. C. Club, 
President (3). 



Alexander, James Moffat 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Alexander, John Coburn 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta. 



Adrianzen, Blanca Trece 

BS IN LIBRARY SCIENCE. Cosmopolitan Club; Kolk Dance Club; 
Newman Club. 



Albright, Joseph Lindsay Greensboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Zeta Psi, Secretary (3), President (4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (3); Minataurs (2, 3, 4). 

Aldridge, William Henry Burlington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. I.iimlitia rhi Alpha, Vice Prcsidejit (4); Student 
Legislature (3); Young Democrats Club (3. 4). 



Allen, Herbert McLamb 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. University Club (4i. 

Allen, Worth Babley, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Four Oaks 



Raleigh 



Allgood, John Edward Kittrell 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1, 2, 3. 4) ; YMCA (L 2, 3, 4). 

Allison, Edith Fawcett Statesville 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOCIY. Chi Omega; YackeUj Tack (3, 4) ; Y'WCA (3, 4). 



Senior Class of 1951 







Alexander, J. C. 



Adorns, C. M., J 



Allen, H. M. 




Alexander, C. H. 
Allen, W. B., Jr. 



Alexander, J. B. 



Alexander, J. M. 



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Allison, Nancy Ruth Sylva 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delict Delta; Class Honor Council; Coed 
Senate (3, 4); Yacketi/ Yack (3); VWCA (3, 4). 

Allred, John Thompson Dunn 

B.S. IN COMMKKCK. Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Assembly (3. 4); Tennis 
(3): VounK Democrats Club (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3); West- 
minister Fellowship (1. 2, 3, 4). 

Allsbrook, Richard Brown Roanoke Rapids 

A.B. IN LAW. Alpha Tau Omeqa; Student Legislature (1): Student 
Entertainment Committee (3). Chairman (4); Orientation Counselor 



Almond, Cooledge Franklin 

A.B. IN ZOOLOCiY. 

Alphin, Reevis Stancil 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Ambrose, Patricia Ashley 



Anderson, Ellen 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 



Albemarle 

Mt. Olive 

Hickory 

Membership 

Greenwood, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 



Albemarle 
Wilmington 

Blade. 

Franklin 

Southport 

Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITIC-XL SCIENCE. Chi Psi; Interdormitory Council (3, 4) ; 
Student Council (4); Student Legislature (2): University Club (2); 
Dorm Adviser (3, 4); Orientation Committee (2); Secretary-Treasurer 
Student Government (4) : Raleigh-Carolina Club, President (3, 4) ; 
Vet's Club, Board of Governors (2). 

Atkinson, Philip Newell Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Tau Omega; Sheiks (2, 3. 4); Western 
N. C. Club; Soccer (2, 4). 



Andrew, John Albert 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

Andrews, Andrew Anthony 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbt 

Angel, Thomas Weldon, III 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigma. 

Arrington, Patricia Ann 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

Ashby, Dan Bell 



Atkinson, Ralph Jones 



Winston-Salem 
Phi Beta Kappa; YMCA (1); Winston Salem- 



Anderson, James Macfie, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer (4): YMCA (2. 3. 4), 
Cabinet (3. 4). 



Anderson, Robert Franklyn 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Lexington 



Augustine, Joseph Frederick Carrboro 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Chi; Football (1, 2, 3. 4); 
Wrestling (3, 4). 

Austin, William Henry Meacham Smithfield 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 



Senior Class of 1931 








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Allison, N. R. 



Anderson, J. M, Jr 



Anderson, R. F. 
Atkinson, P. N, 



Ayash, Emile Richard Wilmington 

B.S. I\ COMMERCE. 

Ayers, Kenneth Aubrey Lexington 

B.S. IN' COMMERCE. 

Bagg, John Curtis New Bern 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Knppa Alj.lui 

Bainbridge, Sam Baker Guilford 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Ej>siloii. 

Baker, Ncel Wayne Rural Hall 

B.S. IX COM.MERCE. AIjiIki Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Ballard, John Harold Ellerbe 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Ballew, Harry Lee Asheville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Barber, David Dennis, III Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Barker, Julian Wilson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRV. Ceniian Club (3, 4). 

Barker, Sidney Jean Nantahala 

B.S. IN GEOLOOY. Weight Lifting (t). 

Barkley, John R. Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Reese; Di Senate (4). 

Barksdale, Wallace Channing Greensboro 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. DaUt/ Tar Heel (2, 4) : Di Senate (3, 4) ; 
Sound and Fury (2): Cross Country; Track (2. S. 4). 



Barnes, Kyle Durland 



Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. .Sif/wo Chi. President (4): Interfraternity Council 
(ll: Student Cimncil (3. I); Ki Clut) (2. 3. 4); Legislature (2). 



Bardin, Mary Hodson Groover 



Jacksonville, Fla. 



Barnes, Troy Thomas, Jr. Wilson 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Barnett, Robert David Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Bartlett, Charles Samuel, Jr. Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha: Sirjma Gamma Epsilon; Alpha 
Phi Omega, President (4); Orientation Committee (3): Golden Fleece: 
Grail; Monogram Club: Swimming (1. 2. 3. 4); YMCA (1, 2. 3), 
Secretary (3): President's Cabinet (3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4), 
Vice-President (4). 



A.B. IN SPANISH. Delia Delta Delta; Sound and Fury (3); YWCA 
(3. 4): Membership Council (I); Canterbury Club (3, 4): Spanish Club 
(3, I) : Florida Club (3. 1). 



Baskett, Eugene Burroughs 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Henderson 



Senior Class of 1931 







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Bass. Thomas Rector Newton 

AH. IN" CHEMISTRY. Glee Club (2i; University Club Ci). 

Bassett, Joseph Yarnall, Jr. Asheville 

BS. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Knvpa Phi: I'niversity Club (3. 4); Western 
N. C. Club (1, 2). 



Batchelor, Kenneth Carroll 

U.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Batchelor, Roy 

BS. IN CO-MMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Bateman, Harry Skinner 

BS. IN COM^rERCE. Kappa Sin ma ; Minataur 

Bateman, Jesse B., Jr. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 



Beulaville 



Greenville 



Wilson 



Greensboro 



Asheville 



Bates, Nancy Pritchette 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Duiltl Tar Heel (3, 4): Canterbury Club; Western 
N. C. Club : YWCA. 



Beard, Joe Ritchie 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Thomasville 



Beatty, Alfred John Fairfield, Conn. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lacros.se ( 3.4); Soccer Team (2. 3. 41. 



Beck, Charles Edison 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi 



Greensboro 



Behrens, Charles Eugene Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Phi llflta Thila; Stuilent Legislature (3); 
\arsity Football .Manaser (2. 3. 4). 

Belk, James Hazel Monroe 

B.S. IN COMMKRCK. 

Bell, Frank Cornelius, Jr. Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Bell, Daniel Long, Jr. Pittsboro 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Kappa Alpha: Student Council (31. Cliainiian 
(4); Student Party (2. 3. 41 : Young Democrats Club (1. 2. 3); Orien- 
tation Counselor (2. 3. 4i; Coalition Cabinet (3): Delegate to N.S..\. 
National Convention (31; State Student Legislature (2). 



Beam, Herman Morris 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Beane, Charles Dennis 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. B.S.C. Council (3, 4). 



Marion 



Ramseur 



Belle, William Paul 

A. B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Tan Omega. 

Benbow, William Sanford 



Tampa. Fla. 



Winston-Salem 

l.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Alpha Epsilou: Minataurs; Phi Assembly 
1, 2); Student Legislature (2); Wrestling (2, 4). 



Senior Class of 1931 




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Berry, Doran Joyce Fayetteville 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Intercloimitoiv Council (4); University Club; 
Young Democrats Club (2. 3, 4); YMCA (2. 3. 41. 



Bessey, Arthur Harold 

.\.B. IN EDUC.\TI()N. 

Betts, Earl Ray, Jr. 



Chapel Hil 



Winston-Salem 



Rocky Mount 



Raleit-h 



Greensboro 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kapm: Phi Eta Sigma; 
Order of tlie Old Well: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Monogram Club (2, 3): 
Soccer (2. 3); Orientation Committee (2); President's Cabinet (3). 



Birmingham, Harriet Ann 



Hamlet 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta, President (4); Cheerleader 
(4): Valkyries (3. 4); YWCA (3, 4); Membership Council. 



Bishop, Elmo Lee Greensboro 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Bizzell, Harold Clifton Durham 

A.B. IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Glee Club (3). 

Black, John Abner, Jr. Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Blades, Robert Collins New Bern 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Kp.iilon; Minataurs; Wrestling (I. 2, 
3, 4). 

Blair, Orlin L., Jr. Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. 



Blalock, Harold Daniel 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. 

Blanchard, Clyde James 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Bland, John D., Jr. 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sirnna Gamma Kpsilon. 

Blankenship, Albert Stowe, Jr. Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Dance Committee (2, 3. 4) ; Interdormitory Council (3) ; Monogram 
Club (2. 3, 4); Soccer (2, 3. 4). Captain (4); Orientation Counselor (3). 

Bledsoe, Louis Adams, Jr. Huntsville, Ala. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi; Football (1, 2, 3); AFROTC, Captain 



Blevins, Stuart Arnold Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Bloom, Jean Clay Fayette, Mo. 

.•\.B. IN ENCiLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Class Honor Council (3, 4); 

Cilee Club (3); YWCA (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Yackety Yack (3, 4). 



Boisseau, Jean Arden 



Roanoke, Va. 



A.B. IN ART. Delta Delta Delta, Secretary (4) ; Glee Club (3, 4) ; 
Student Legislature (3); Yacketu Yack (3); YWCA (3, 4): Cheer- 
leader (4); Coed Senate (3, 4); Card Board (4); Senior Adviser (4); 
Women's Council (4) ; YWCA Cabinet (4) ; Sigma Chi Sweetheart 
Court (3). 



Boles, Billie Jack 

.\.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 



Germanton 



Senior Class of 1931 











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Doling, William Dewey, Jr. Pamplico, S. C. 

\.B. IN' CHEMISTRY. Lamlilu CId Alpha: Young DemociaLs Club 
(4) ; YMC.\ (2. 3, II. 



Bowie, Helen Delano 



Cumberland, Md. 



.\.B. IN JOURNALIS.M. Pi Beta Phi; Student Council (4); Student 
Legislature; YWCA (3, i); Membelsliip Council; Chairman of Women's 
Orientation; President's Cabinet; State Student Legislature. 



Boney, Dan Clinton, Jr. 

U.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. 



Raleigh 



Bostwick, Emily Morgan Pine Plains, N. Y. 

A.B. IN' SOCIOLOGY Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (3, 4) ; Student 
Legislature (4). 



Walnut Cove 
Miami, Fla. 

A.B. IN RADIO. Pi' Beta Phi; YWCA (4). Cabinet; House Privileges 
Board: Carolina Communications Club; Cbeerleader (4); Coed Senate 
(4) ; Florida Club. 



Bowman, Robert Lewis 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Bover, Dolores Marie 



San ford 

Chapel Hill 

Wilmington 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta 
Gamma Siyma, President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Boulinare, Barrett Woodward 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Daitij Tar Heel (4). 

Bovender, James Wallace 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Bowden, James Edwin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Canterbury Club (1. 2). 

Bowden, Maurice Wright 

B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon; 'Vet's Club Manager. 

Bowen, Timothy William, Jr. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Bowen, William Augustus 



Boyette, Robert Thomas Kenly 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Johnston County Club. 

Boyles, Harlan Edward Hickory 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Glee Club (1). 

Boyst, William Marshall, Jr. Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Brake, Ralph W., Jr. Rowland 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Baseball (2). 

Brammer, Fred Dennis Charlotte 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 

Branch, William P. Rich Square 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Interdormitory Council (4). 



Senior Class of 1951 







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Bowden, M. W. 



Bowen, T. W., Jr 



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Brandon, James Raymond Durham 

B.S. IX (iEOLOGY. Si'jma Gammii Eiislloii. Secretary (Jl. 



Branson, Merton Heywood 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Ramseur 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Brewer, Anne Logan 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Woman's Honor Council Ci. +) ; Coed .^lenate (4): 
VWCA (3. 4); Advisory Board (41; BudKet Coinniittee CI. 41: Student 
Adviser (4) . 



Brooks, Clyde Long 



Brooks, James William 

B.S. IN I'HYSICS. 

Brookshire, Joseph Azel 



Roxboro 

VMCA (3. 4): \'et's Clul) 



Vancouver, British Columbia 



Randleman 

Clnl) (2. 3. 4) ; Baseljall 



Brice, Warren Calvin, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMEKCE. Chi Flii: Cliarlotte Cluli. 



Charlotte 



Bladeboro 



Bridger, James Albert, Jr. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOtiV. Fi Kiii^pa Flii: Alpha Phi OiiH'(ia: Swimming (1); 
YMCA (1, 21 ; B.S.U. 



Brown, Audrey West 



Brown, Bynum Rhodes 



Southern Pines 

lummil Delta: VMCA (3, 4): WAA (3, 4), 



Murfreesboro 



A.B, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alplia; Class Honor Council 
(4); German Club (3 4); 13 Clul) (3. 4^ Ugly Club; Society of 1799. 



Brinkley, Harvey Meares, Jr. 



Durham 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Ih-lta Th,la: Ahihu Kpsilaii Delia: Uni- 
versity Clul) (3, 4): YMCA (1. -J, 3); Durham Club. President (3, 4). 



Brinson, Alfred Cameron 

U.S. IN COM.MERCE. 

Bristol, Henry Cowles, Jr. 



Britt, Edward Earl 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Arapahoe 



Statesville 
13 Club (2. 3. 4) ; University Club 



Henderson 

Wilmington 

Durham 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Kappa Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: Daily Tar 
Heel (1. 2, 3); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Interdormitory Council 
(1); YMCA; Young Democrats Club (3); Freshman Friendship Council. 



Brown, Charles Quentin 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigmn Unii, 
Brown, John Simeon, Jr. 

B.S. IN COM.MEKCK. 

Brown, William Jackson 



Wilmington 



Brown, Willis Donald 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Senior Class of 1931 






itw^ 







Kenansville 





Brandon 


Branson 


Brewer 


Brice 


Bridger 


Brinkley 


Brinson 


Bristol 


Erin 


Brooks, C. L. 


Brooks, J. W. 


Brookshire 


Brown, A. W. 


Brown, B. R. 


Brown, C. Q. 


Brown, J. S., Jr. 


Brown, W. J. 


Brown, W. D. 



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Bruce, Mary Katherine Lenoir 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omegii : Diiili/ Tor Heel (3); Yackelij York 
(4) : YWCA (3, 4) ; House Council (4). 

Bryan, Charles Jennings Raleigh 

B.S. Pi Kiifiiiti Alpha: Glee Club (1) ; Interdorniitory Council (4;. 
Bryant, Richard James Gastonia 

1!.S. Alpha Tim (iweiKi. 

Bunting, Richard Fry 

B.A. Sigma Chi; Grail (3, 4); Momisiniiii CI 

(1, 2, 3. 4), 

Burgess, Oscar Nesbitt, Jr. 

.^.B. IN JOUKNALISM. 

Burkhalter, Philip Edward Charlotte 

B.S. Alpha Phi Omega; Baseball Manager (3); Cross Country (4): 
Football Manager (3) ; Track (4) ; YMCA (3. 4) ; Charlotte-Carolina 
Club (3, 4): University Party (3, 4). 



Salem, Va. 

3. 4) ; Football 



Charlotte 



Burton, George Albert, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Rocky Mount 



Burton, Marguerite Steele Raleigh 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Interdorniitory Council (3); University 
Club (3. 41; VWC.A (3. 41; House Privileges Board (3); Modern Dance 
Club (3). 



Burwell, John William 



Rutherfordton 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha: Young Democrat,-i Club 
(3); YMC.\ (1. 21 ; Canterbury Club (3. 4i; Freshman Council. 



Butler, Wallace Bob 

B.S. IN CO.MMEKCE. 

Bynum, Merlin Roderick 

H.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Bynum, Rufus Sisson 



Cain, Robert Brown 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



Caldwell, Edward Norris 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Dormitory Athletic Manager. 

Callahan, Joseph Avery 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delia fsiijma Pi: Y.MCA (2. 3, 4), 

Calvert, Sam James, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Burlington 
Greensboro 



Potsdam, N. Y. 

Interfraternity Council 



High Point 

Midway, Ky. 

Asheville 

Norfolk. Va. 



Cambron, John Ralph 



Cameron, Betty 



Asheville 

Communications Club (3, 4) ; 



Asheville 



A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Carolina Political Union (4) ; Glee Club (3, 4) ; 
Basketball (3); Student Party; Treasurer of Woman's Athletic As- 
.«ociation (3. 4); Coed Senate (3); Elections Board; YWCA (3, 4), 
Social Chairman (3). 



Senior Class of 1931 





0Mds^ 




Bunting 


Burgess 


Burkhalter 


Butler 


Bynum, M. R. 


Bynum, R. S. 


Calvert 


Cambron 


Cameron 



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Campbell, Anne Willets Madison, N. J. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; Swimming; Splash Club (3). President 
(4); YWCA (3); Student Adviser (4); Dorm Vice-President (4). 

Campbell, Carlyle, Jr. Raleigh 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Thela Chi. 

Campbell, Sidney I. Greensboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Carmichael, Louise Gibbon Durham 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega. 

Carr, Edsel Lincoln Hillsboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Phi. 

Carr, John Richard, Jr. Plymouth 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Cross Country (1) ; Traclv (1). 



Carter, Doris Ann 



Matthews 



A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Delta Psl Omega; Basketball (3. 4); 
YWCA (3. 4); Splash Club (3, 4); Orientation Adviser (4); WA.\ 
Council (3), 



Carter, Isabel Blount 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi' Beta Phi, 



Washington 



Carter, Louise Dryden Durham 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Playniakcrsi YWCA; Wesley Foundation. 



Cascardi, Anthony Joseph 



Lawrence, N. Y. 



A.B. IN FRENCH. Alpha Phi Delta; Interfraternitv Council (3); 
YMCA (3, 4); French Club (3, 4): Newman Club (3. 4); President, 
Religious Emphasis Committee. 



Carson, Coy Wallace 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Monogram Club (1. 2, 3); 
YMCA (1. 2. 3, 4); Western N. C. Club (1. 2. 3, 4) 



Carson, John Marion 

B.S. IN CO.VIMERCE. ,Si!/«i« Nil. 



Asheville 

Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; 



Greensboro 



Winston-Salem 



Carter, Charles Douglas 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Phi Ejj.si/on ,- Dailij Tar Heel; Phi 
Assembly; Playmakers (3); Young Democrats Club (2. 3, 4). 



Raleigh 
Hillsboro 
Asheville 
Chapel Hill 
Chambliss, Joe Barrow Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeta Psi; Sheiks (2, 3. 4); University 
Club (2. 3. 4): Cheerleader (2, 3, 4); Head Cheerleader (4). 



Cates, John Allen 

A. B. IN JOURNALISM. Yaeketii Yuek (3, 4). 

Cates, Marvin Wyatt 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Cathey, Robert Bryan 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi; University Club (3). 

Centrone, Joseph E. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Senior Class of 1931 








npbell, A. W. 


Campbell 


, C, Jr. 


Campbell, S. 1. 


Carmichael 


Carr, E. L. 


Carr, J. R, Jr 


irson, C. W. 


Carson, 


J. M. 


Carter, C. D. 


Carter, 0. A. 


Carter, 1. B. 


Carter, L. D. 


Cascardi 


Cates, , 


J. A. 


Cates, M. W. 


Cathey 


Centrone 


Chambliss 



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Chandler, Jennings Ingram 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi 

Chapman, John Wilham 

B.S. IN' COMMERCE. 

Cheek, Glen Reid 

.\.R, IK FAGLISH. 

Cheesborough, George 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theta Pi. 



Burlington 



Charlotte 



Durham 



Asheville 



Cobb, Collier, III 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Psi. 

Coble, William Garrison 



Chapel Hill 



Monroe 



Cofield, Richard Erie, Jr. Edenton 

B.S. IN CHE.MISTRY. Plii Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi 
Alpha; Alpha Chi Sirjitm; Di Senate (1); Student Legislature (I): 
B.S.U., President (4). 



Colchamiro, Harvey 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Churn, Clifton Russell, Jr. Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Interf raternity Council (41. 

Clark, Joseph Lee Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Di Senate (2, 3, 4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (3, 4); YMCA (1, 2. 3). 



Clark, Rosa Nelle 



Wilson 



A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega, House Manager (4) : Interdormitory 
Council (4): Coed Senate (4); Splash Club (3); Yacketp Yack (4): 
YWCA (3, 4). 

Clay, Lewis Henry Asheville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Clinard, David Elwood, Jr. Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Band (1. 2, 3); Phi Assembly (1. 2. 3. 4); Carolina Forum; 
University Club (3). 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tail Epsilon Phi; Interfraternity Council (3); 
Carolina Magazine (1). 

Coley, Edward Lee Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; Y.MCA (2, 3); Town Men's 
Association (2, 3). 

Colkitt, Robert B. Waynesboro 

A.B. IN ART. AFROTC (3. 4) : YDC. 

Colley, Robert Hogue Elon 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Clii Phi. 

Collins, Jackie Zennie Jacksonville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Colvard, Drew William Tapoco 

BS IN COMMERCE Theta Chi; Interdormitory Council (1. 2. 4); 
University Club (2. 3): YMCA (1, 2); Western N. C. Club (2). 



Senior Class of 1931 




^ 









Chandler 


Chapma 


Clark, R. N. 


Cloy 


Colchamiro 


Coley 



esborough 


Churn 


Clark, J. L. 


Cobb 


Coble 


Cofield 


Colley 


Collins 


Colvard, D. W. 



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Colvard, George Todd Richmond, Va. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. TheUi Vhi: Swimming ID. 



Colvard, Johnston Fred, Jr. 



Durham 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi: Phi Eta Signm; Phi Beta Kniwii ; Beta 
Gamma Sigma: Yarkety Yack (1. 2). 



Combs, Joseph John 

.\.B. IN CHEMISTRY. A'»;i;<a Si'liiia. 

Compton, Alan Wesley 

A.B. IX KAUIO. Carolina Comiminicatidlis Club. 

Connor, James William 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Conrad, Clyde Richard 



Ralei£;h 



Garner 



Coplon, Herman Morton 



Copses, Charles Peter 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Costner, Phyllis 



New Bern 



Charlotte 



Lincolnton 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delia Delta: Tanmliuii (3): YWCA 
(3, ♦) ; Membership Council; Coed Senate ct. n. Secretary (+) ; Pan- 
liellenic Council. 



Audubon, N. J. 



Greensboro 



Councill, John Hardin 



Covington, Samuel Furman, Jr. 

A.B. 1\ PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chi Phi; Phi Mil Al/iha: Orcliestni (1. 2. 3). 

Cook, Barbara Joyce Hendersonville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Splash Club (4). 

Cook, Robert Hendrix Charlotte 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Cooper, Henry Burwell Wake Forest 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kajjpa Alpha. 



Boone 

; ■^'ouns 

Rockingham 
Cowan, James Cureton Bristol 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, fiiuma Chi: fiorgons Head (3. 4), 
Treasurer (4); Interfraternitv Council (2. 3. 4); 13 Club (2. 3. 4); 
Ugly Club. 

Coward, James Kent Sylva 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Phi Epsiloii; C;iee Club (I. 2. 3, 4). 



Coward, Reid Carr 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Cox, Ernest S. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsiloii Delta; Cardboard. 



Ayden 
Tabor City 



Senior Class of 1931 




^M£ 





^"N 0^ £Sf\^ 

,P CTf. ^^ 




:olvard, G. T. 


Colvard, J. F., Jr. 


Combs 


Compton 


Connor 


Conrad 


Cook, B. J. 


Cook, R. H. 


Cooper 


Coplon 


Copses 


Costner 


Councill 


Covington 


Cowon 


Coward. J. K. 


Coward. R. C. 


Cox. E. S. 



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Cox, Kyle Audrey 



Sanford 

A.B. IN JOURXALISM. Daily Tar Heel (1); Sanford-Carolina Club 
(2), President (2). 



Crimmins. William Frederick, Jr. Greensboro 

A.B. IN" MATHEMATICS. Monogram Club (3, 4); Track (1. 2. 3, 4). 



Cox, Sally Bland 



Alexandria, Va. 



Crisp, Matthew Clayborne, Jr. 



Raleigh 



A.B. IN FRENCH. Delta Delta Delta; Women's Honor Council (4); 
Glee Club (3): YWC.\ (3. 4). Cabinet (4); Student Adviser (4): 
Canterbury Club (3). 

Craft, Adolphus Morris Clifton Forge, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Football (1); Track (1). 



Craft, Betty Anne 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

Craft, William Hueh 



Craig. Allan Filmore 

A.B. IN EDICATION. Phi Theta Kappa. 

Craig. Charles William 

B.S IN COMMERCE. 

Crawford, James Allen 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Creech, Lunceford 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Delta Siama Pi. 



Neon, Ky. 
Greensboro 

•tv (4). Chair- 

(I). 
Mount Holly 

Mount Holly 

Chapel Hill 

Smithheld 



A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi ilii Alpha .tiiifonia: Band (1. 2. 3. 4). Vice- 
President (3): University Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 4), President (3) ;P/ii 
Mu Alpha (2. 3, 4), Treasurer (3). President (4). 

Crittenden, Carl Strang Shellman, Ga. 

B.S. IN BACTERIOLOGY. Phi Delta Theta. 

Cross, Jacob Lewis Lexington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Reese. 

Crosswell, Bright Williamson Cedar Mountain 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Chi Phi: Dailii Tar Heel (4); Interfraternity 
Council (2,1 ; Track (1). 



Crowder, Thomas Harold, Jr. 



Crowell, Bernard, Jr. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Kappa Sirima. 



Henderson 



Hendersonville 



Crutchfield, Marjorie Livingston Old Lyne, Conn. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; YWCA (3. 4). 



Cubine, Carol M. 



Martinsville, Va. 



Senior Class of 1931- 




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Culberson, Edwin Tate Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Alpl'c Tail Omega; Student Legislature (4). 

Culler, Joanne Goodwin Martinsville, Va. 

A.B. IX RADIO. DcUa Delta Delta; Yacketi/ Yuck (3); YWCA (3, 4). 

Gulp, Julius Albrecht Gastonia 

B.S. IX COM.MERCE. 

Curlee, John Marvin Ansonville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Currence, Edward Lamar Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Dale, Fred, Jr. Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Western N. C. Club (1. 3, 4). 

Dalgleish, Edward James Pottstown, Pa. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Eta Sirjma; Beta Gamma Sigma. 



Danziger, Erwin Martin 



Chapel Hill 



Dalton, Charles Winn 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Daniel, Loula Lee 



Asheville 



Shelby 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Phi Alpha: Alpha Phi Omean; Carolina 
Political Union (1. 2). Treasurer (2); Sound and Fury (1, 2), Treas- 
urer (2). 



Daughtridge, Truman Gritfin Rocky Mount 

A.B. IX ZOOLOGY. 

Daughtridge, William Gray Rocky Mount 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; YMCA. 

Daughtry, Joseph Colby Faison 

B.S. IX COM.MERCE. 

Davenport, Charles Bailey Greenville 

B.S. IX COM.MERCE. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Davenport, Richard Kelly, Jr. High Point 

A.B. IX I'SYCHOLOGY. Kappa Alpha. 

Davenport, Travis Edwin Rocky Mount 

B.S. IX CO.MMERCE. Phi Delta Theta; Yaekety Yack (2) ; Freshman 
Orientation (4) ; Interfratemity Council. 

Davis, Alan Jesse Charlotte 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi; Y.MCA (2), Cabinet (2). 

Davis, Caro McNeill Dunn 

A.B. IX EDUCATIOX. Chi Omega; Yaekctg Yack (3, 4); YWCA (3, 4). 



Senior Class of 1931 




Davenport, C. B. Dovenport, R. K., J 



Danziger 
Davenport, T. E. 



Daughtridge, T. G. Daughtridge, W. G. 

Davis, A. J. Davis, CM. 



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Davis, Herbert Edward, Jr. 

.\.B. IN .rOURNALlSM. 

Davis, Kathleen 



Raleigh 



Weldon 

\.B. IN ART. Alpha Delta Pi; Speaker of Coed Senate; Valkyries: 
Executive Cabinet (4); Greater University Council (4): Orientation 
Committee (4); Splasli Club (3); Cheerleader (4); Woman's Cabinet 
(4); Woman's Council (4). 



Candl 



er 



Davis, Otis Ray 

n.S. IN GEOLOGY. 

Davis, Robert Hampton, Jr. Richmond, Va. 

A.B. IX ENGLISH. Chi Phi; Dance Committee (4): Monogram Club 
(4) : Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; University Dance Committee (4) ; 
Cross Country 13. 4); Track (3, 4): Yackety Yack (1, 2); Phi Beta 
Kappa; NROTC. 

Davis, Troy Lester Augusta, Ga. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi: Phi Beta Kappa; University Symphony 
Orchestra (1. 3, 4). 

Davis, William Franklin Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Dawkins, William Lee Gary 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Assembly (1, 2, 3, 4); Young 
Democrats Club (1, 2, 3). 



Debnam, William Speight 



Raleigh 



Camden, S. C. 



DeLoach, John Kershaw 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Duilij Tar Heel (3); 
Basketball (1). 



DeWitt, Jean Ball Apex 

B.S. IN SCIENCE. Alpha Uamma Delta; YWCA (3, 4); Membership 
Council: Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 



Deyton, John Wesley, Jr. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Dickerson, John Edward 

B.S. IN CO-MMERCE. Vet's Club: YMCA (3). 

Dickson, Albert Maxcy, Jr. 



Dillon, Percy McNeer, Jr. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Spruce Pine 
Alexandria, Va. 
Hyattsville, Md. 

lib (1. 2. 3) ; 

Statesville 



Dimmette, Nane Elizabeth Lenoir 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Glee Club (4); YWCA (4): Modern Dance Club 



Dixon, lack Clark Greensboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Dixon, Patricia Ann Honolulu, T. H, 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Student Council (2): Basketball (1. 2): Tennis 
(1, 2) : WA.\. Treasurer (2). 



Dodson, Albert Carter 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. 



Durham 



Senior Class of 1931 




i ^thf^ 



£^SkM^^ 




Davis, O. R. 
DeLoach 
Dimmette 




Davis, R. H., J 

DeWitt 

Dixon, J. C. 



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Dorsett, Joseph J. 



Dougherty, Thomas Joseph 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Dowd, Murdock Edward, Jr. 



Ridgewood, N. J. 

Glee Club (1, 2) ; Monogram 

Winston-Salem 

Dunn 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Gamma Delta; Class Officer (3, i). President 
(i): Chief Commencement Marshal: Orientation Counselor; Inaugura- 
tion Marslial. 



Duckett, Nancy Lee 



Raleigh 



.\.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alplin Di-ltij Pi; Yaiktfii York (3); YWCA 
(3) : Canterbury Club (3). 



Dudley. Bettie Ann 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi 

Duke, John Edwin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Wrestling (1). 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Goldsboro 



Downs, Samuel Morrow 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Ka/ipa Ps 

Dozier, Jane Andrews 



Fayetteville 

iinna Sii/ma; Band (2). 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Duke, Ryland Sherwood Murfreesboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; University Club. 

Duke, William Benjamin Goldsboro 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Theta Chi; Interfraternity Council (3). 



Dozier, William Thomas Raleigh 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

Drane, Frances Wood Monroe 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3, I). President (4): Women's 
Honor Council (3); Student Council (4): Student Legislature (3): 
Valkyries (S, 4), President (4): Splash Club (4): President's Cabinet 
(4); Canterbury Club (3, 4). Vice-President (4); Student Vestry (3. 4). 



Dunlop, George Thomas, III 



Asheville 



Drew, George Franklin 



Dubose, Horace Mellai 

H.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Live Oak, Fla. 



Winston-Salem 



.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Orientation Committee: 
YMCA (1. 2. 3, 4); Class Executive Committee (2). 

Dunn, James Alan Leaksville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Duval, Charles Raymond Fallston 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Dwiggins, Charles Wade, Jr. Greensboro 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Lanihda Chi Alpha; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; 
Interfraternity Council (3): Monogram Club (3. 4): Student Legisla- 
ture (3, 4) ; Swimming (3, 4) ; YMCA (1. 2) ; Greensboro-Carolina Club 

(3, 4). 



Senior Class of 1931 




p. g^ 



!fe(i^feKiii 







Doiier, W. T. 



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Dysart, George Barton Greenville, S. C. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Phi Alpha: Sound 
and Fury (3). 

Dyson, Alfred Leonard, Jr. Fayetteville 

A.B. IN" POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alpha: Voung Democrats 
Club (3. 4). 



Eddinger, Charles Frederick 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sign 

Eddings, James Clyde, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



North Wilkesboro 
Gastonia 



Edmundson, Paul Burt Goldsboro 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Nii ; Gorgon's Head: 13 Club 
(2); University Club; Wrestling (1, 2). 



Edwards, Beth Ellen 

B.A. EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta: Y( 
VWCA (3. 4); Coed Senate (4). 



Edwards, Philip Jackson 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa. 



Sunbury 

Democrats Club (3) ; 



Raleigh 



Edwards, Robert Anderson Olin, Jr. Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lambda Chi Alpha: Band (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Egerton, Robert Bradley 



Raleigh 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta: Dance Committee (3); German 
Club Executive (3): Gorgon's Head (2, 3. 4): Sheiks; Football (1); 
Tennis (1, 2); YMCA; President of Phi Delta Theta (3); Freshman 
Council (1); Uglv Club; Raleigh-Carolina Club (1, 2. .3). 



Eller, Kyle Clifton, Jr. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Sigma. 

Elliott, James Maxton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Elliott, John Wells 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

Ellis, James Edward 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta. 

Ellis, Sara 

A.B. IN ENGLISH, EDUCATION. Glee Club (3): YWCA (3). 

Ellmore, Robert Hampton Roxboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Beta Kappa: Beta Gamma 
Sigma. 



Elmore, Emory, III Rochester, N. Y. 

B.A. IN CHEMISTRY. Delta Psi: 13 Club (3. 4). 



Statesville 
Asheboro 
Raleigh 
Raleigh 
Plant City, Fla. 



English, Douglas Alva 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 

Escholz, Nancy 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega 



Maxton 



Greensboro 



Senior Class of 1931 




Dysort 


Dyson 


Eddinger 


Eddings 


Edmundson 


Edwards, B. E. 


Edwords, P. J. 


Edwards, R. A. 0., Jr. 


Egerton 


Eller 


Elliott, J. M. 


Elliott, J. W. 


Ellis, J. E. 


E S. 


Ellmore 


Elmore 


English 


Escholz 



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Ettinger, Debora Alice New Rochelle, N. Y. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. CICA: WAA (4): Hockey Club (3); Basketball 
Club (3). 



Faircloth, Patrick Henry, Jr. 

A.B. IN .\RT. Dance Committee (4) ; Grail (4) 
Cardboard (3), President (4). 



Eubanks, Tom Hall 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. Pi Kajiptt AIi'Iki. 



Pineville 



Evans, Guy Carr, Jr. Greenville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lnmbdu Chi Alplui : Inlerfraternity Couuncil (4); 
Alpha Club. 



Evans, Lewis Winfree 



Greenville 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gamma Delta; Cross Country (1, 2, 3); Track 
(I. 2, 3) ; YMCA (I, 2, 3, 4). 



Shelby 
Doniphan, Mo. 
Everett, Mary Scott Richmoml, Va. 

A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (4); 
Interdormitory Council (4); Coed Senate (4); VWCA (3. 4). 



Evans, Robert Howell 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Everett, James, Jr. 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. Phi Beta Kappa. 



Eversman, John Dillon, Jr. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGV. 
Exum, |ohn B., Jr. 

B.S. IN CO.M.MERCE. Si[ima Nil. 



Flat Rock 



Rocky Mount 



Faison, Betty Jane 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YWCA (3. 4) ; Student Adv 

Faison, Luther Stanly 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Faison, Thomas Ellison 

A.B. IN .JOURNALISM. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Farrington, William Alfred 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi P.si. 

Fasul, Deno Steve 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Thefa Chi. 

Fayssoux, Richard, Jr. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. 

Felts, William James 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigmi 

Ferebee, Alice Elizabeth 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Sigma Alpha lota; Band (3, 
Sound and Fury (3). 



Richmond, Va. 

University Club (4) ; 

Faison 

iser (4). 

Knightdale 

Haverford, Pa. 

Kings Mountain 

Fayetteville 

Arden 



Natchez, Miss. 

'x; Sheiks. 

Ernul 
4) ; Glee Club (3) : 



Senior Class of 1931 







Ettinger 
Everett, M. S 
Faison, T. E. 



»ons, L. W. 


Evons, R. H. 


Everett, J., Jr. 


Faircloth 


Foison, B. J. 


Foison, L. S. 


Fayssoux 


Felts 


Ferebee, A. E. 



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Ferebee, Miriam Eleanor 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

Ferguson, Lindsay Coble 

A.B. IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Kappa Sir/ma: Glee Club. 



Manteo 

Durham 

Arcadia, Kan. 



Ferraro, Hal Dean 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Siiima Ku ; Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); Basket- 
ball (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Ferrell, Marvin Lemuel, Jr. Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Siynw Alpha Epsilon: Dance Commit- 
tee (3, 4); German Club (3. 4), Vice-President (4i. 



Fischelis, Mary Elizabeth 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Delta Phi; Dailu Tar Heel (3. 4) : Sound and 
Fury (3, 4): Tarnation (3. 4): Yackett/ Yack (3. 4); Young Democrats 
Club (3); YWCA (3): Hockey Club (3. 4); Newman Club (3, 4), 
Secretary. 

Fitzgibbons, Joseph Garrett, Jr. College Park, Ga. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Delta Theta; Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); 
Track (2, 3, 4). 



Flanagan, William Wallace 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Glee Club (1). 

Flowers, Percy, Jr. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Track (4). 

Fogel, Elynor Ethelyn 

A.B. IX SOCIOLOGY. Hillel Cabinet (4). 



Clover, S. C. 

Chapel Hill 

Durham 



Ford, Harriet Jean 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi 



Westport, Conn. 

YWCA (3); Orientation Adviser. 



Forrest, Ralph E. New Bern 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Foust. Harvey Clinton, Jr. Snow Camp 

A.B. IX SOCIOLOGY. Wesley Foundation (3. 4) ; Recreation Club 

(3. 1). 

Foust, Jimmie Ann Charlotte 



Fox, Charles Dunsmore, III 



Roanoke, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Psi, Rush Chairman (4); Alpha Phi Omega. 
Membership Chairman (4); Carolina Qnarterlp (4); Men's Honor 
Council (3); Student Legislature (2); Sergeant-at-Arms; Bi-Partisan 
Board (3); Judicial Study Committee; 13 Club (3, 4); Yacketv Yack 
(4); YMCA (1, 2. 3); NSA Committee; Orientation (3, 4): Order of 
Golden Bear (3, 4) : Student Party Executive Committee (3) ; Students 
for Democratic Action (3. 4). 



Fowler, Beverly Utley 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Qnarterbj (3, 4). 

Franklin. Ann Liddell 



Liberty 



Charlotte 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. WAA Council (4); Basketball 
(1, 3. 4); Gymnastics (1, 2. 3); Modern Dance Club (3, 4); Folk 
Dance Club (3). 



Frazer, Nancy Bomar 



Freeze, James Thurman 



Selma, Ala. 



Mooresville 



B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma: Iredellians (3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (4). 



Senior Class of 1931 




Ferebee, M. E. 


Ferguson 


Ferraro 


Ferrell 


Fischelis 


Fitzgibbons 


Flanagon 


Flowers 


Fogel 


Ford 


Forrest 


Foust, H.CJi 


Foust, J. A. 


Fox 


Fowler 


Franklin 


Frazer 


Freeze 



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Fremd, Harry Leroy 



Canal Point. Fla. 



A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Knppa Alpha Order; Town Men's Association 
(I. 2, 3, t) : NROTC (1, 2, 3. 4). 



Fulghum, Charles Benjamin, Jr. 



Selma 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Alpha Kappa Knppa: Alpha Phi Omena : Alpha 
Epsilon Delta: Glee Club (1, 2, 3): Young Democrats Club (2, 3); 
Johnston County-Carolina Club (1. 2, 3. H: Freshman Orientation 
Counselor (3); President of Alpha Kappa Kappa (4): Choral Club 

(1, 2, 3. 4). 



Fulk, John D., Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Furches, William Richard 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Phi Omrgn. 

Furlong, Walter Thomas 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

Glanides, Peter Demetrius 



Martinsville, Va. 

Clemmons 

Durham 

Norfolk, Va. 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa f!ir:ma : Phi Beta Kappa. 

Gamble, Charles Philip 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sirima. 



Gamble, Morris Lee 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Gardner, Jack Wolfe 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Charlotte 



Charlotte 



Winston-Salem 



Gardner, James Brooks 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Angier 



Garland, Harry Linville 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; President of Glee Club (4). 



Garrett, Charles Roscoe Fort Bragg 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

Garrett, Margaret Blanche 

B.A. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Phi Beta Phi; Daily Tar Heel (3); 
YWCA (3, 4); Award's Chairman of WAA; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Splash Club. 



Gaskill, Deidrick Hart 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi; Glee Club (2) 

Gatlin, Gordon Millard 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Gay, John Bishop 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 

George, Charles Franklin, Jr. 



Shreveport. La. 

/ Tor Heel (3) ; 
ry-Treasurer of 

Rocky Mount 



Franklinville 



Fountain 



Raleigh 

A.B. IN RADIO. Band (2. 3. 4): YMCA (1, 2. 3, 4); Captain Quonset 
nut (1): AFROTC; Drum and Bugle Corps; Distinguished Military 
Student. 



George, Helen Bell 



Raleigh 



A.B. IN RADIO. Alpha Delta Pi: Student Legislature (3); Yackety 
Yaek (3); Y'WCA <3) ; Secretary of Panhellenic Council (4): Raleigh- 
Carolina Club (3. 4). Secretary (4); Carolina Communications Club 
(3. 4); University Party Steering Committee (3). 



Senior Class of 1931 




Fremd 


Fulghum 


Fulk 


Furehe- 




Furlong 


Glanides 


Gamble, C. P. 


Gamble, M. L. 


Gordner, J. W. 


Gordner, J 


. B. 


Gorlond 


Garrett, C. R. 


Garrett, M. B. 


Gaskill 


Gatlin 


Goy 




George, C. F., Jr. 


George, H. B. 



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Georgion, Melton Michel 


Rutherfordton 


Glasgow, Joseph Rodney Littleton 


B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. 




B.S. IN COMMERCE. Carolina Quarterly (4): YMCA (2. 3); Canter- 
bury Club (1. 2. 3, 4): Student Vestty (2, a. 4). 


Geyer, Kenneth Lee 

B.S. IN C.EOGR.APHY. 


Chatham, Va. 


Glenn, James Eugene Raleigh 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha; Young Democrats Club 


Gheen, Henry Warren 


Shelby 




B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha. 




Glosson, Harold James Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Gibson, Lucinda 


Scarsdale, N. Y. 




.\.B. IN FRENCH. Chi Omega: VWC.\ (3. 4); Tarn 


ation (3). 


Glover, Charles Franklin Sims 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 


Gilchrist, Charles Robert, Jr. 


Brown Summit 




B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa: Beta Ga 
Phi Epsiloii. 


mma Sigma; Sigma 


Glover, Fred Weston, Jr. Charlotte 




A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Chi. 


Gilland, Reid Patterson 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 


Charlotte 


Gobbel, Sarah Suffolk, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Delta Delta Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); 
Glee Club (3); Sound and Fury (3); Canterbury Club (3); Choir (4). 


Gilmore, George Robin 


Chapel Hill 




A.B. IN SPANISH. Town Men's Association (I. 2, 3 


. 4) : NROTC. 


Godwin, Ebe William Wilmington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Gilmore, William Gerard 


Towson, Md. 




A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Beta Thetu Pi: Monogram Club (3. i) : 


Godwin, Ira David Wilson 


Lacrosse (2. 3. 4). 




B.S. IN MEDICINE. 



Glaser, Virginia Carol West Orange, N. J. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Glee Club (3. 4): YWCA (3. 4); Splash Club (3, 4). 



Godwin, Louis Purvis Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kiippa Alpha: Western N. C. Club. 



Senior Class of 1931 










w 





^M^^ 







Georgion 


Geyer 


Gheen 


Gibson 


Gilchrist 


Gilland 


Gilmore, G. R. 


Gilmore, W. G. 


Glaser 


Glasgow 


Glenn 


Glosson 


Glover, C. F. 


Glover, F. W., Jr. 


Gobbel 


Godwin, E. W. 


Godwin, 1. D. 


Godwin, L. P. 



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Godwin, Marion McCall 

A.B. I\ PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Kenly 



Goldman, Erwin Saul 



Burlington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Lambda Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Soccer (2); 
Orientation Counselor (3); Hillel Cabinet (3); Daily Tar Heel (2); 
Sound and Fury (3). 



New Bern 



Gooding, James Thomas 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. VtlUi Sirjina Pi. 

Goodman, Bernard Paul Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Town Men's Association (1, 2. 3); Western N. C. 
Club (1. 2, 3). 

Goodman, James Roy, Jr. Albemarle 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Goodman, James Wallace Concord 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Goodman, Stanley David Norfolk, Va. 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Pi Lambda Phi. 



Goodwyn, Arthur Fountain 



Gordon, George W. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Tarboro 

Xii; Scabbard and Blade; 



Greensboro 



Gore, Austin Franklin, Jr. Kinston 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Goslen, Allen Spach Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa .Alpha; Monogram Club (4); University 
Club (4); YMCA (1. 2. 3i; Soccer (3. 4); Winston-Salem-Carolina 
Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 

Goslen, William Benjamin PfafTtown 

A.B. I\ EDl'CATION. 

Gourley, Robert Judson, Jr. Walkertown 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Grace, Edward Everett Corinth, Miss. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

Grady, Edward Louis Kinston 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Playniakers. 

Graham, Theodore Alexander, Jr. Peachland 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Council (3. 4). 

Gray, John B., Jr. Freeland 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Gray, Wallace Roosevelt Buxton 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Senior Class of 1931 




P p P P- 





Godwin, M. M. 


Goldman 


Gooding 


Go 


odman, B. P. 


Goodman, J. R., Jr. 


Goodman, J. W. 


Goodman, S. D. 


Goodwyn 


Gordon 




Gore 


Goslen, A. S. 


Goslen, W. B. 


Gourley 


Grace 


Grady 




Graham 


Gray, J. B.. Jr. 


Groy, W. R. 



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Green, Franklin Eugene 

B.S. IN' COMMERCE. Baseball (2. 3, 4). 

Green, John Walter 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. 



Norfolk, Va. 
Aberdeen 



Grubb, Marie Edgerton 

.\.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Phi 
(3. 4): Stray Greeks (3. 4). 

Grubbs, Robert Warner 



Toledo, Ohio 

University Club (3. 4); VWC.A 



Winston Salem 

Interfraternity Council 



Greenspon, Irving Leonard Newport News, Va. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tail Epsilon Phi: Hillel Cabinet. 



Gregory, Thorne 

B.S. IX MEDICINE. Zeta Psi: Gimgboul. 

Griffing, Elliott Hamilton 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Halifax 
Charlotte 



Guion, Elizabeth Ellis New Bern 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; University Club (3, 4); Swimming 
(4): Yacketi/ Yack (3): YWCA (3, 4): House Privileges Board (4); 
Splash Club (4); Coed Senate (3. 4). 



Hopkinsville, Ky. 



Griffin, Jo Ann 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Chi Omeoa; Yavketii Yack (3. 4); VWCA (3, 4); 
BSU (3, 4). 



Gurley, Henry Ford 

B.S. IN COAfMERCE. 

Guthrie, Malta Carolyn 



Forest City 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Chi Delta Phi: 
Interdormitory Council (2) ; Hockey Club (3, 4) ; Basketball Club 
(3. 4); University Club (4): YWCA (1, 2. 3, 4): WAA (2, 3, 4), 
Secretar>' (3). President (4); Town Girls' Association (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (2); Student Adivser (2); CICA. 



Aulander 
Leaks vi He 

Chi Signut. 

Charlotte 

Trenton, N. J. 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Chi Psi; Di Senate (3. 4): Interfraternity Council 
(1. 2. 3. 4). Secretary (4); IFC Court (3, 4). 



Griffin, John Roger, Jr. 

A.B. IN JOURNALIS.M. Kappa Alpha. 

Griffiths, Allan Leland 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigma: 

Groome, Robert Miller 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Grover, George Hill, III 



Gwaltney, Margaret Darden 



Smithfield, Va. 

-\.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee 
Club (3, 4), President (4); YWCA (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 



Gwynn, James Minor 



Mexico City, Mex. 



BS. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nu; Class Officer (2, 4(: Glee Club (1, 2); 
CJolden Fleece (3. 4): Monogram Club (2. 3. 4); YMCA (1); Order 
of the Old Well, President (4); Elections Board (1, 2. 3); Chairman 
President's Cabinet; Soccer (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3): Audit 
Board (4) ; University Party (1, 2. 3). 



Haddon, Thomas Crawford, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Epsilo 



Durham 
Band (1. 2. 3) ; Tennis (3). 



Senior Class of 1931 




T*^' riv- (^ r^"' F^ 

f^^f ffH f-^'J ^^m r^^ 






GrlHin, J. R., J 



Gwynn 



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Hadley, Jack Tillman 

B.S. IN CO^[MERCE. Alpha Tau On 



HafF, Richard Francis 

A.B, IN CHEMISI'RV. Phi Eta Signia : Plii Beta Kappa 



Gainesville, Fla. 
Burlington 



Hamby, Melvin Lewis Lexington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. American Accounting Association. 



Hamilton, Helen Edwina 



Edgefield. S. C. 



Hagan, Thomas Peter 

A.B. IN PSVCHOLOGV. 



Boston, Mass. 



Hamrick, Jimmy Roger 



Shelby 



Hale, Billy R. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



ThomasviUe 



Hall, Charles Winston Sanford 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Young Republicans Club (:, 2); YMCA (2, 3, 4). 



Hall, James Grayson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Danbury 



Hall, Roy Griffith, Jr. Saluda 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Plii Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; 
Delta Phi Alpha. 



Haney, James McClure 

A.B. IN FRENCH. 

Harbison, Charles F. 

D.D.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Greenville 



Morganton 



Hardison, James Archibald, Jr. Wadesboro 

.\.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Sigma; German Club (2, 3): Minataurs. 



Harper, James Buchanan 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 



Clemmons 



Hall, Thomas Roy 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Burlington 



Harris, Alma Lee 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Glee Club (3, 4). 



Durham 



Haltiwanger, William Leonard, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Hamlet 



Harris, Amos Cecil 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Forest City 



Senior Class of 1951 




Hodley 


HoH 


Hogan 


Hale 


Hall, C. W. 


Hall, J. G. 


Hall, R. G., Jr. 


Hair, T. R. 


Holtlwonger 


Hornby 


Homilton 


Hamrick 


Honey 


Harbison 


Hardison 


Horper 


Harris, A. L. 


Horris, A. C. 



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Harris, Bernard Chandler 



Kinston 



Harriss, Winifred Hoskins 



Wilmington 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha; Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); 
Track (I, 2. 3. 4); WresUing (1, 2. 8, 4): Swimming (1). 



Harris, Carlton Blue 

B.S. IN COMMERCE.. 



Carthage 



Harris, Dana Humphries, Jr. Shelby 

Communications Club; Vet's Club; Scabbard 



Harris, James Robert, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Harris, Lucian Haywood, III 

.\.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Swimming (1, 2). 

Harris, Marvin Doyle 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Harris, Willard Branch 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Charlotte 



Charlotte 



Durham 



Areola 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi; Woman's Honor Council (3, 4), 
Chairman (4); Yackety Yack (3); YWCA (3. 4); Valkyries (3, 4), 
Treasurer (4); Panhellenic Council; President's Cabinet; Canterbury 
Club; House Privileges Board; Splash Club. 



Harrell, Philip Van 



Gatesville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; University Club (2. 3, 4); 
YMCA (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation. 



Hart, Crawford Avery 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Recreation Club. 

Harton, Frank Norville 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. 

Hartsoe, Robert W. 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. 

Hastings, Glenn Arthur 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Hatch, Ruth Marie 



New York, N. Y. 

Charlotte 

Weldon 

Burlington 

Charlotte 



Harrison, Evalyn Clay 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Hatley, Mary Lagene 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. YWCA (3. 4) ; CICA. 



Hudson 



Harriss, John Weddell Wilmington 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Gamma Delta; 13 Club (2. 3, 4. 5); VMCA (2. 
3. 4. 5); University Sailing Team; UNC Vaiht Club; Historian. 



Hatossy, Dolores Anne Passaic, N. J. 

B.S. IN CHE.MISTRV. Chi Delta Phi; Chi Beta Phi; Student Party; 
CICA. 



Senior Class of 1931 




,B. C. 
orris, W. B 
Harton 



Harris, D. H., Jr. 


Har 


ris, J. R., Jr. 


Harris, L. H., 


ill 


Horris, M. D. 


Horriss, J. W. 


Ha 


rriss, W. H. 


Horrell 




Hart 


Hastings 




Hatch 


Hatley 




Hatossy 



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Hauser, Charles Newland 



Fayetteville 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Tail Omega; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3. 4), 
Co-Editor, Executive New Editor, Acting Editor, Managing Editor: 
Publications Board; Tarnation: Young Democrats Club; State Student 
Legislature, 



Hawkins, Carroll Woodard 

B,S. IN COMMERCE. BSU (1). 

Hawkins, Robert Edward 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Hawkins, Robert Lawson 



Cove City 



Ralei£,'h 



Shelby 

Epifiloii; Scabbard and Blaile; 



Henderson, Marcus Grant Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Hendricks, Charles Richard Maxton 

A.B. IN COMMERCE. 



Hendricks, Crockett Carl Brevard 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



Hennessee, Robert Emerson Burnsville 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Political Union; Dailii Tar Heel 
(1, 2, 3, +1: Phi Assembly: Student Council (4): Student Legislature 
(2); Carolina Magazine (1); State Student Legislature (2): Student 
Party (1, 2. 3, 4); Football (2); Young Democrats Club (3, 4): YMCA 
(3); Western N. C. Club (2). 



Hawkins, William Lee 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Raleigh 



Herring, Bobby Joe 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta SigvM Pi. 



Winston-Salem 



Hayes, Edward Julian 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Cherryville 



Hayes, James William, III Wilson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. 

Heartt, Anne Dewey Raleigh 

A.B. IN RADIO. Pi Beta Phi. 

Hedrick, Lloyd Bruce Lexington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Gamma Delta. Secretary (4): Junior Class 
Marshal: University Party Steering Committee; Lexington-Carolina 
Club. 



Herring, Charles Leonidas La Grange 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha Ep^ilon Delta; Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 

Herring, Horace Taylor, Jr. Walstonburg 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Heyward, Millard Mial Goldsboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theta Pi. 

Hicks, Faison Moseley Faison 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Scabbard and Blade; AROTC. 



Senior Class of 1951 




Hoyes, J. W., M 
Hennessee 



Howkins, W. L. 

Hendricks, C. R. 

Heyward 



Hayes, E. J. 
Hendricks, C. 
Hicks 



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High, Curtis Leyburn 

n.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Hight, Walter Ed, Jr. 

A.B. IN BOTANY. 



Durham 



Henderson 



Hilburn, Geraldine Currie 

A.B. IN MUSIC. State Student Legislature (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (3, 4). 



Hobbs, Lewis Lyndon Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nu; University Club (3. I); Football (1). 

Hodges, Joyce Spruill Norfolk, Va. 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi. 

Hoffman, Kenneth Robert New York, N. Y. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tau Epsilon Phi; Band (1, 2); Monogram Club 
(2, 3. 4); Playmakers (2); Wrestling (2, 3); Sailing Team (4); 
"Nucleus" (3, 4) : University Symphony. 



Hill, Arthur Copeland 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeta Psi; Sheiks (3, 4). 



Kinston 



Hoffner, Jean Ivey 



Greensboro 

A.B. IN RECREATION. CICA (3) ; Glee Club (3. 4) ; Recreation Majors 
Club (3, 4). Secretarj' (4): Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Worship Chair- 
man (4) ; YWCA (3, 4). 



Hinkle, David Raymond, Jr. 

A.B. I\ MATHEMATICS. 

Hinshaw, Arned Lee 

A.B. IN LAW. 

Hipps, Floyd Judson 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. 

Hobbs, Harry Marcellus, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Hobbs, Jack Edward 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Winston-Salem 



Burlington 



Asheville 



Charlotte 



Greensboro 



Florence, S. C. 



Hoggard, Margery Jean 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; Carolina Quarterly (3); YWCA 
(3, 4). 



Holbrook, Ernest Jackson, Jr. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Sigma. 



High Point 



Holdash, Ir\'in Joseph 



Youngstown, Ohio 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club (2. 3, 4) ; Football 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 



Holderby, Betty Page Reidsville 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Glee Club (3, 4) ; YWCA (3, 4). 



Holland, William Stanley 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Phi Beta Kappa. 



Wilmington 



Senior Class of 1931 











High 


Hight 


Hilburn 


Hill 


Hinkle 


Hipps 


Hobbs, H. M., Jr. 


Hobbs, J. E. 


Hobbs, L. L. 


Hodges 


Hoffner 


Hoggard 


Holbrook 


Holdash 


Holderby 




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HoUey, James Randall 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Ps 



Aiken, S. C. 



Holmes, Robert J. Burlington 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha: Vice-President of Senior 
Class; Interfraternity Council: Student Council (4); Badminton Club; 
University Party, Treasurer (3); House Privileges Board. 



Hooper, Robert Joyce Reidsville 

.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Hopkins, Jack Walker Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Political Lnion. 



Herd, Helen Rhea 



Church Hill, Tenn. 



Holmes, Clayton Carr, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE .a- ' '" rhi Alpha. 

Holmes, Edward oi. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. B. '■' Pi. 



Wilmington 
Leaksville 
Honeycutt, Ottis, Jr. Erwin 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club (3, 4) : Cross 
Country (3. 4). 

Honeycutt, John Leland, Jr. Erwin 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Hooks, Larry Dew, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Hooper, Frank Cyrus 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Monogram Club (1. 2. 3, 4). Secretary-Treasurer 
(3. 4); Cross Country (1, 2. 3. 4), Co-Captain (4); Track (1. 2, 3, 4); 
YMCA (2). Cabinet. 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Delta Pi: Daily Tar Heel; Yackety Taek 
(3); YWCA (3). 

Horton, Harry H., Jr. Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha: Di Senate; Student Legislature 
(2. 4); Carolina Forum; Western N. C. Club; Young Democrats Club 
13); Curriculum Committee. 



Houlder, Charles Edward 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

House, George Robert, Jr. 



Raleigh 



Fremont 



Massena, N. Y. 



Durham 

M.A. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Scabbard and Blade; Band (1. 2, 
31: Drum Major; Glee Club (1. 2): Monogram Club (1, 2. 3, 4): 
University Club (1); Gymnastics (3): Track (1. 2. 3, 4); YMCA (1); 
Vets Club ; AROTC. 



Hooper, James Reid 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 



Durham 



Howard, Harr)' Saunders, Jr. 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. 

Howell, Douglas Gordon 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Track (1, 3). 
Howell, Herbert Hugh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kuppa Alpha. 



Raleigh 

Warren, Ohio 

Goldsboro 



Senior Class of 1931 







^fSlkk. jPii^J^ ^^^^ ^^H^ 

«^^ r"*^' l^'^f 



Holmes, C.CJr 
Hooper, J. R. 





,A^ 



Honeycutt, O., Jr. Honeycutt, J. L., Jr 

Hopkins Hord 

Howell, D. G. Howell, H. H. 



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Hoy, Harold Rothwell 

A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. 



Winston-Salem 



Hutchins, Charles Baker 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Raleigh 



Washington 
Seaford, Va. 
Huffard, Alice Coyner Bluefield, Va. 

A.B. IN RADIO. Delta Delta Delta; Student Council; Splash Club; 
University Club (3, 4); YWCA (3). 



Hoyt, Josephine Copeland 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega. 

Hudgins, William Mandred 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 



Huffman, Willard Wilson 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

Hughes, Charles Franklin 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Humes, Laurence Brugger 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi 

Hunt, Richard Frederick, Jr. 



Hickory 



Asheboro 



Robbinsville 



Rocky Mount 



Hyland, William David, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Charlotte 



Her, Nancy Carolyn St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A.B. IN EDUC.\TION. Pi Beta Phi; Panhellenic Council. President 
(4); President's Cabinet; Campus Chest Board; Wesley Foundation; 
YWCA (3, 4). Cabinet. 



Ingle, John Howard, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Ingram, John Randolph 



Raleigh 



A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Lambda Chi Alpha; Di Senate; YMCA (1, 2, 3). 



Asheboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 

Isaacs, David Leonard New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tau Epsilon Phi. 

Isenhour. John Calvin Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Charlotte-Carolina Club. 

Jackson, Barbara Billing Kingsport, Tenn. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3. 4). 



Huntley, William Robert 

A.B. IN SPANISH. 



Spindale 



Jackson, Basil George 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Atlanta, Ga. 



Senior Class of 1931 




Jackson, B. G. 



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James, John William, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. YMCA (3, 4); BSU (3, 4). 



Winston-Salem 



Johnson, David Mills 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Reese Club. 



Bunn 



James, Vernon L., Jr. 



Liberty 



A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Interdormitory Council (4); YMCA (1, 2); Council 
Member: Interdormitory Council. 



Jarosz, Myra Edna 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. YWCA (3. 4). 

Javens, Charles 

A.B. IN SPANISH. 

Jeffreys, Irene Marshall 

A.B. IN ART. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3, 4). 

Jeffreys, Mary Ann 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3, 4). 

Jenrette, Richard Hampton 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma 
Dailu Tar HrrI (1. 2, 3, 4), Editor (4); Interfraternity Council (2, 4) 
Public-.itiiiiis I'nion Board (3), Treasurer (3): Student Council (4) 
Yarkili, Viirk- r.i): Young Democrats (3); YMCA (1. 2, 3, 4); G. M 
Board of Directors (3): Interfraternity Council Handbook Editor (4); 
Order of the Old Well; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Publicity Chair- 
man. 



Graham 

Mount Dora, Fla. 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 



Jewell, Patricia Ann 



Gainesville, Ga. 



A.B. IN DRAMATIC ARTS. Delta Delta Delta; Playmakers (3, 4) : 
Sound and Fury (3, 4) ; YWCA (3, 4). 



Johnson, Aubrey Robert, Jr. 



Atlanta. Ga. 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delta Theta; Gorgon's Head (3, 4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (3) : Sheiks. 



Johnson, Edwin Eure Rocky Mount 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nn. 

Johnson, Hugh Boyd Charlotte 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Johnson, Ira Thomas Thomasville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Johnson, James William High Point 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha. Secretary (3), Treasurer <4): 
Phi Beta Kappa; Interfraternity Council (1. 2. 3), Treasurer (3); 
University Dance Committee (2, 3). Secretary (3); Yackety Yaek (1). 

Johnson, Mary Jane Raleigh 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Johnson, Melvarene Alenia Dunn 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi. 

Jones, Betsy Willis Farmville 

A.B. IN PRIMARY EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. 

Jones, Burton Hathaway Edenton 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Minataurs (2, 3, 4) ; 
University Club (2). 



Senior Class of 1951 




^m^iM 



ames, J. W., Jr. 


Jame 


s, V. L., Jr. 


Jorosz 


Javens 


Jeffreys, 1. M. 


Jeffreys, M. A 


Jenrette 




Jewell 


Johnson, A. R., Jr. 


Johnson, D. M. 


Johnson, E. E. 


Johnson, H. B. 


Johnson, 1. T. 


Johr 


son, J. W. 


Johnson, M. J. 


Johnson, M. A. 


Jones, B. W. 


Jones, B. H. 



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Jones, Frederick Samuel Grassy Creek 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Jones, Graham Eugene Winston-Salem 

A B. IN JOURNALISM. Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma; Daily Tar 
Heel (2. 3), Editor (4); Phi Assembly (1, 2, 3, 4), Speaker (4); 
Student Legislature; Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3. 4), President (4). 

Jones, John William Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi; Band (4); Wrestling (4). 



Jones, Leland Lake 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Jones, Leslie Edward, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nn. 



Wilmington 
Norfolk, Va. 



Jones, Mary Lee Raleigh 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel; YWCA (3, 4). 

Jones, Mary Virginia Washington, D. C. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Kappa Kappa Gamnia; Chi Delta Phi; Tau Pst 
Omega; Sound and Fury (3, 4), Secretary; Carolina Quarterly (3, 4): 
Daily Tar Heel (3). 

)ones. May Katharine Schuyler, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Gamma Delta; Chi Delta Phi. 



Jones, Miriam Rosamonde 

A.B. IN HISTORY. YWCA (3, 4). 



Anderson, S. C. 



Oxford 
Raleigh 
Raleigh 

A.B. IN RECREATION. Chi Psi; Student Legislature; Recreation 
Club (4); Raleigh-Carolina Club. 



Jones, Rial Cooper 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Jones, Ronald Arthur 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Ps: 

Jones, William Wright, Jr. 



Jones, Wilma Jane 



Memphis, Tenn. 



A.B IN RADIO. Pi Beta Phi; Cilee Club (8); Playmakers (3, 4); 
Sound and Fury (3, 4) ; YWCA (3, 4) ; Carolina Communications 
Club (3, 4). 



Carolina Beach 
Mebane 
Joseph, Jay Harris Vineland, N. J. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Laynbda Phi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Hillel Cabinet (1, 2, 3. 4), President (3), Vice-President (2). 



Jordan, Edwin Sandy 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Jordan, John Calvin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. AROTC. 



Joyce, Clarence Russell 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Joyce, Dorothy Engel 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. 



Chapel Hill 
Chapel Hill 



Senior Class of 1931 




Jones, F. S. 


Jones, G. E. 


Jones, J. W. 


Jones, L. L. 


Jones, L. E., Jr. 


Jones, M. L. 


Jones, M. V. 


Jones, M. K. 


Jones, M. R. 


Jones, R. C. 


Jones, R. A. 


Jones, W. W., Ji 


Jones, W. J. 


Jordon, E. S. 


Jordan, J. C. 


Joseph 


Joyce, C. R. 


Joyce, D. E. 



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Joyner, Susan Spruill 



Wilson 

A.B. IX SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Yackety Tack (3. 4): YWCA 
(3. i) : Membership Council (4): Junior Council (3); Student Adviser 
(4); Canterbury Club (3, 4); Blue-White Sponsor (3). 

Kahn, Baldwin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Zeta Beta Tav . 



Kappler, Hugo 



Savannah, Ga. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4) : Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; 



Keenedy, John Lacy 



Fayetteville 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Beta 
Kappa: Chi Psi: Band (1) ; Swimming (2. 3. 4) ; Budget Committee (4). 



Kennedy, Nevin, III 



Atlanta, Ga. 



.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Psi: Student Legislature (2) ; 13 Club (3, 4) ; 
Order of the Golden Bear; University Party Representative. 

Charlotte 

; President 



Kennedy, Philip Houston 



Kaufman, Robert Edward 



Mount Vernon, N. Y. 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Lambda Phi: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: 
Di Senate (1. 2); Glee Club (2); Hillel Cabinet (2); Interfraternity 
Council (1, 2); Student Party. 

Charlotte 



Kay, Carolyn Elizabeth 



Kerr, Thomas Rockwell 



Chapell Hill 



.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Eta Sigma: Carolina Quarterly (2, 4): Daily 
Tar Heel (1. 4): Di Senate (4); Glee Club (1. 2); Student Legislature 
(2); Tarnation (1, 2, 3). Managing Editor (1, 2), Editor (3). 



Ketner, Joan Lydia 



Salisbury 

Episcopal Choir (4) ; 



Kear, Mary MacDonald Chapel Hill 



Keating, Thomas Matthew Asheville 

A.B. IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Western N. C. Club (2, 3, 4): Anthropology 
Club (4); Aquinas Club (2); Weightlifting (3, 41. 

Keenan, Paul New York, N. Y. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi: University Club (4): Tennis (2. 3, 4i. 



Keener, Hurshell Halton 



Lenoir 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Debate Squad (1, 2, 3); Debate Council (3. 4): 
Di Senate (1, 2); International Relations Club (1, 2): Sound and Fury 
(1); Student Legislature (1): Young Democrats Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 
Secretary-Treasurer (3, 4); Order of the Old Well: State Student 
Legislature (1. 2, 3). 



Killian, Robert Edward Lincolnton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. President Lincolnton-Carolina Club (4). 



Kinnebrew, Thomas Richard 

A.B.-LL.B. PRELAW. Phi Delta Theta: 
Legislature (4). 



Americus, Ga. 

Glee Club (3) ; Student 



Kirby, Guy Smith 



Kirby, Robert Lanham 



Marion 

Sheiks (2, 3); Tennis (I); Young 



Charlotte 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha: Dance Committee (4); Monogram 
Club (4) : University Dance Committee (4) ; Young Democrats Club 
(3, 4); Student Legislature (1. 2. 3): Budget Committee (3); Uni- 
versity Party (1. 2); Varsity Soccer (3. 4); Charlotte-Carolina Club 
(1. 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2, 3). 



Senior Class of 1951 




Kennedy, N., Ill 



Kennedy, P. H. 



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Kirkman, Eugene H. 

U.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kuiipu Psi. 

Kirkman, William Garland 

.■V.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

Kirkpatrick, Mile Orton, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Kiser, Lyle Edsel 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Kiser, Michael Luther, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi. 

Kittrell, Leon Lewis, Jr. 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. 

Knott, Julian Clarence 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Reese (4). 

Knox, Edward Montgomery, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Chi: Football (2 3, 



Koenig, Allen Russell 

U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi 
Qtiartcrlij (1, 2); Basketball (1); Track (1); 



Durham 

Durham 

Charlotte 

King 

Spencer 

Ayden 

Oxford 



High Point 

4) ; Swimming (1). 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Koonce, Robert Calvin Battle 



Raleigh 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Knpjm Sigma, Social Cliairnian (1); Interfra- 
teniitv Council Ci) ; BSU (1, 2. 3. 4); YMCA (1. 2, 3, 4); Carolina 
Club (1. 2. 3, 4). 

Kornegay, Elizabeth Ann Goldsboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; YMCA (3. 4); House Council (3). 



University City, Mo. 



Koslow, Jack Everett 

A.B. IN A.MERICAN HISTORY. Pi Lambda Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Sound and Fury (2): Hillel Cabinet (2, 3). 



Wilmington 

Greensboro 

New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOfiY. Di-ltu Delta Delta: Coed Senate (3, 4); YWCA 
(3, 4). Cabinet (4). 

Hamlet 



Kraus, James Herman, Jr. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, 

Kriegsman, Kenneth M. 

A.B. IN RADIO. 

Kuhn, Margaret N. 



Lackey, John Cornelies, Jr. 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi: Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3); Di Senate 
(1, 2); Phi A.ssemblv (3); Student Council (3); Student Legislature 
(2); Iiiterfraternitv Council (2. 3); University Club (3). 



Lambert, Gary Jake 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Lamm, James Louis De Lay 



Brodnax, Va. 



Mt. Airy 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Beta Kappa; Reese: Ki Senate (2, 3, 4); 
Student Council (4) : Student Legislature (3, 4) ; Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4); Student Party (4), Vice-Cbairman; State Student Legisla- 
ture (3. 4) ; Chainnan NSA Committee: National Student Association 
Congress. 



Senior Class of 1931 




A^*IP p f^ O 






Kirkman, E. H. 



Kirkman, W. G. 



Kiser, M. L., Jr 



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Landis, Howard Kelly, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 




Rocky Mount 


Lassiter, Jane Spivey Weldon 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. YWCA (3, 4). 


Landis, James Vernon 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Tfieta Chi. 




Rocky Mount 


Latham, Frederick Morey New Bern 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 


Lane, Cynthia J. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (4). 




Bellerose, N. Y. 


Latta, Don Richard Greensboro 

B.A. IN .lOURNALISM. Lambda Chi Alpha; Daily Tar Heel (1. 2); 
Di Senate (1, 2, 3 1 ; Tarnation (2); YMCA (1, 2. 3); BSU Council 
Officer. 


Lane, Marshall Ross 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa: Beta 
Sigma. 


Gam 


Morganton 

ma Sigma; Phi Eta 


Laughlin, Alice Byrne Port Washington, N. Y. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3, 4). Cabinet Chairman; 
Treasurer Pi Beta Phi. 


Laney, Bill Fyye 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Young Democrats Club 


(3. 4). 


Lenoir 


Laws, George Willard Durham 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Lang, Jesse Eugene 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. Phi Gamma Delta. 


Ayden 


Leckie, Anthony Blake Lumberton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi; Daily Tar Heel (2) ; Glee Club (1, 2, 3). 


Langdon, Ralph Hunter 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 




Fayetteville 


Ledbetter, Charles McKinnon Mount Gilead 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 


Lassister, Billy W. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi; YMCA 


(3). 


Durham 


Leonard, George Alan Nashville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigvm Pi. 


Lassiter, Charles Edward 




Elizabeth City 


Leonard, Rodney Lane Lexington 


A.B. IN EDUCATION. 


. ^ 


/" n 1 or (la 


B.S. IN COMMERCE. 






1 , 










Landis, H. K., 
Langdon 
Laughlin 



Landis, J. V. 

Lassiter, B. W. 

Laws 



Lane, C. J. 

Lassiter, C. E. 

Leckie 



Lane, M. R. 
.assiter, J. S. 
Ledbetter 



/»' 



Laney 

Latham 

Leonord, G. A. 



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Levi, Leayle, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Levi, Robert Millender 



Lewis, Harrison 



Lewis, Jack Alexander 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Lewis, Jerome E. 



St. Thomas, Virgin Lslands 



Candler 



Lindsey, Cleaton Melvin, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Pittsboro 



Cashiers 



Gastonia 



Asheville 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi; Monogram Club (2. 3, 4) : Cross Country 
(2, 3. 4); Track (1, 2, 3); YMCA; Western N. C. Club; Carolina 
.\thletic Association, Vice-President. 

Lewis, Kay Eugene Beaver, Pa. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Chi: 13 Club; YMCA (1). 



Lindsay, Jane Augusta Greenville, S. C. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. YWCA. Cabinet; Westminister (3, 4). 

Lindsley, Kenneth Patton, Jr. Williamston 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha: AFROTC. 

Lineberger, Adrian Smith, Jr. Chapel Hill 



Lineberry, Charles M. Charlotte 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Student Legislature (2); Band (3). 



Lewis, Nancy Applewhite 



Enfield 



Liberman, Leonard Albert Wallace 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tau Epsilon Phi: Hillel Cabinet (3). 



Lide, Anne Marian 



Florence, S. C. 



Linton, Cathrine Chapman 

B.S. IN .MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

Litchfield, Harry Bonner, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Little, Harry Everd 
B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Little, Rosa Parsons 



Kinston 



Aurora 



Chapel Hill 



Wadesboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Interdormitory Council (4); Coed 
Senate (4); Yackety Yack (3, 4); YWCA (3, 4). 



Senior Class of 1931 






^^1 



(?ip© 



^-MTA 





Levi, L., Jr. 


Levi, R. M. 


Lewis, H. 


Lewis, J. A. 


Lewis, J. E. 


Lewis, K. E. 


Lewis, N. A. 


Liberman 


Lide 


Lindsey 


Lindsay 


Lindsley 


Lineberger 


Lineberry 


Linton 


Litchfield 


Little, H. E. 


Little, R. P. 



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Liverman, Herbert Hoover 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

Lloyd, Walter Payne 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Logan, John Robert, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Long, Carolyn Louise 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Ulee Club (3. I) ; Wesley 
YWCA (3). 



Columbia 



Norfolk, Va. 



Shallotte 



Shelby 



Roxboro 

Foundation (3) ; 



Ludlum, Eunice Eldridge 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Ludwick, Allen Karl 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Band (2, 3, 4). 

Lupo, Fulton Reaves 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. 

Luxenberg, Robert Michael New York, N. Y. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Fi Lambda Phi: Monogram Club; Tennis (3, 4). 



Greensburg, Pa. 



Fairmont 



Long, John Samuel 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Lopez, Leonard 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lamhtia Chi Alpha. 

Lore, John Ralph 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Lowder, Jeneece 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. ,S(Y///ifi Ali)ha lutu. 

Lucas, Roberta Louise 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YWCA (3). 



Winston-Salem 



Burlington 



Lenoir 



Albemarle 



Gastonia 



Lynch, Daniel Andrew, Jr. 



Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Kappa Sigvia: Monogram Club (4); Uni- 
versity Club (4) ; Lacrosse (3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 



Lynch, Walter Kenneth 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Lynch, William Grant 



Lyon, Karl Victor 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chi Psi. 

Lyons, Jane Dorothy 

.\.B. IN EN(;LISH. Alpha Gi 
YWCA (3, n: Splasli Club. 



Selma 



Winston-Salem 



Elizabethtown 



Tryon 

»« Udia: Cariilina (Juartcrlij (3); 



Senior Class of 1951 



f^<--f jp^. f^i ^ri\ w^ cr«). 




Liverman 


Lloyd 


Logan 


Long, C. L. 


Long, J. S. 


Lopez 


Lore 


Lowder 


Lucas 


Ludlum 


Ludwick 


Lupo 


Luxenberg 


Lynch, D. A., Jr. 


Lynch, W. K. 


Lynch, W. G. 


Lyon 


Lyons 



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McAuley, Eurid Reid, Jr. Charlotte 

A.B. IN CHEMISTKV. Phi Kappa Sinma ; Phi Ela .S'iV/»in.- Plii Beta 
Kiippn: Alpha EpMuii Ihlta. 



McAuley, Van A. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

McCaskill, Lloyd Curtis 

A.H, IN CHEMISTRY, Dilia Phi Alpha. 



McCaskill, Wesley Ray 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Thi'lii Chi: Interfiateinity Council 

McCorkle, George Eugene 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



Greenville, S. C. 
Laurinburg 
Pine Bluff 



Charlotte 



McCrary, John Alexander, Jr. Lexington 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Si(ima: Slieiks (2. .1. 1): YiirkfUj Yark 
(1. 2). 



McDaniel, Andrew Holmes 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Forest City 



Mt. Pleasant 



McDaniel, Michael Conway Dixon 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Phi Omega; Daily Tar Heel; Glee Club 
(1, 2): Grail (3, i) ; YMCA (.?, 4): Class Treasurer (4); Orientation 
Counselor (4). 



McDonald, Billy Andrew 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Forest City 



Durham 

II (1, 2. 3, 4) ; 

Burlington 
Charlotte 

^ociation (3, 4), 

Diirham 
Laurinburg 
MacGlothlin, Thomas Miles, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Young Democrats Cluli (I); '^'MCA ; Cantellniry 
Club; University Party (41 ; AFROTC. 

Mclntyre, Barbara Rose Goldsboro 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Playmakers; Student Ailvi.ser. 

McKinney, Claude Eugene Walkertown 

A.B. IN FINE ARTS. Interdormitory Council (4); Cardboard (.■*). 



McLain, Clarence Reid, Jr. Lenoir 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Delta Theta: Phi Beta Kappa; Monogram 
Club (3. 4); Track (1. 2, 3, 4): YMCA. 



McDonald, Richard Lee 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. SiV/mn Chi; Monogram Club; Kootb: 
Track (1). 



McEwen, Iris Holt 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3. 4). 

McFarland, Guy Witherspoon 



McFarland, Henry Jackson, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kappa: Beta d 

McGill, Andrew Gramling 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. 



Senior Class of 1931 

\^^y (mi^ i^W 





tflktfti 



McAuley, E. R., Jr. 


McAuley, V. A. 


McCaskill, L. C. 


McCaskill, W.R. 


McCorkle 


McCrary 


McDaniel, A. H. 


McDaniel, M. C. D. 


McDonald, B. A. 


McDonald, R. L. 


McEwen 


McFarland, G.W. 


McFarland, H. J., Jr. 


McGill 


MocGlothlin 


Mclntyre 


McKinney 


McLain 



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McLaughlin, Sue Elizabeth 



Miami Beach, Fla. 

A.B. IN AMERICAS' HISTORY. Chi Omega; Cardboard (3, 4); Florida 
Club 13): YWCA (3. 41; Student Adviser (4). 



McLaurin, Norman Edward 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. VMCA (1, 2. 3. 4). 



Fayetteville 



Madison, James A. Sylva 

B.S. IN' GE0L0C;Y. Aliiha Phi Omega. 

Mahan, James Mark Syracuse, N. Y. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Phi Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma: Newman Club (1. 2. 3. 4); NROTC; YMCA (:, 2, 3. 4). 



McLendon, Mary 



Lexington 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); CICA (3. 4): 
YWC.\ (3. 4); Young Democrats Club (3). 



McLeod, Edward Armand 



McMahan, James Jackson 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

McNeill, Mary Evelyn 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

McPherson, William Edgar, Jr. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Maxton 

4) ; G. M. 

Greensboro 
Sanford 
McBane 



Mahler, William August, Jr. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Mallard, Frederick Fayette 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta. 

Maness, Julian Wilson 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. 

Mangum, Archie C. 



Tarboro 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Greensboro 

Chapel Hill 



MacCallum, Betty Lumberton 

A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. CICA (3. 4); Playmakers (3, 4;. 

MacMillan, Robert Thompson Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Delta Psi : German Club (2), President (3). 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. YWCA (1. 2. 3. 4), Secretary (2), Treasurer (3). 

Mann, Horace Desmond, Jr. Brentwood, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Football (2). 

Manss, Dorothy Jane Wilmington, Del. 

A.B. IN ART. Alpha Gamma Delta; Carolina Quarterly (3): Yackety 
Yack (3) ; YWCA (3. 4) ; House Privileges Board (4) ; Coed Senate 
(4); Art Club (4): Splash Club (3). 



Margol, Bernice Shirley 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

4) : student 



Senior Class of 1951 






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McLaughlin 


McLourin 


McLendon 


McLeod 


McMohon 


McNeill 


McPherson 


MacCallum 


MacMillan 


Madison 


Mohan 


Mahler 


Mallard 


Maness 


Mangum 


Mann 


Manss 


Margol 



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Marsh, Luther Arnold 

A.B. IN' CHEMISTRY. Alplia Chi Sigma. 



Thomasville 



Matthews, David Dexter 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Durham 



Martin, Elsie Rozelle 



Raleigh 



.\.B. IN ART. YWCA (4); Art Major's Club: Student Adviser: Member 
of House Council. 



Matthews, Fred Robert Asheville 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGV. Clii Psi: Interfralernity Council (3). 



Martin, John Rufus 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Yncketii Yack. 



Winston-Salem 



Matthews, Malcolm John Pocomoke City, Md. 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Spanish Club (3, 4). 



Martin, Roy Eugene Spring Creek 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Council (4). 



Mauldin, Joel Lee 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Albemarle 



Martinat, Silvio Gardiol 

B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Lenoir 



Maultsby, William Devane Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDl'CATION. Lumbda Chi Alpha. 



Maser, Kemp Alston Fort Pierce, Fla. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Kapa Phi: Glee Club (.9. 4): Interfraternity 
Council (3 1 : YMCA (.■!. 4). 



Mayberry, Richard Chatham 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Kuppa Sirima. 



Elkin 



Massengill, Alda Faye Kinston 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Delta Pi: DiiilH Trir Heel (3. 4); 
YWCA (3. 4). 



Maynard, Donald James Garden City South, N. Y. 

.\.B IN JOl'RN.\LISM. Theta Chi: Dailu Tar Heel (2. 3. 41 : Uni- 
versity Club (3): President Theta Chi (4). 



Masten, Frederick Allen 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Winston-Salem 



Meads, Seth Keith 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Eta 



Shawboro 

na: Delta Phi Alpha: Phi Beta Kappa. 



Matthes, Edna Mildred 



Wilmington 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Stray Cireeks. Treasurer (4): Inter- 
dormitory Council (4): President of .\lderman (4): Cj>ed Senate (4). 



Medling, John David, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Asheville 



Senior Class of 1931 



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Motthews, D. D. 



Matthews, F. R. 



Matthews, M. J. 



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Bostic 

Danville, Va. 

Greensboro 

New York, N. Y. 

Kirtrrlii (.1. 4): Pl.ij- 

Mereness, Karyn Lee Charlottesville, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Beta Phi: Chi DeUa Phi; YWCA 
(3, i) : Menibersliip Council. 



Melton, Preston Long 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Melton, William A., Jr. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

Melvin, Charles Edward 

U.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. 

Mendelsohn, Sue 



Miller, Clarence David 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kav)xi P»- 

Miller, George William 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. NROTC. 



Miller, Lyn 



oUna Qiinrterl!/; Turimti 



Miller, Phyllis Ann 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Dalta [hlfa Delta : YWCA, Cal) 

Miller, Rachel Ann 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Stray Greeks 
(Tub (3); YWCA a. i): Panliellenic (3, 4). 



Charlotte 

Cowen, W. Va. 

Falls Church, Va. 

• n; Yarketil Yuck (3) ; 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Cabinet (4). 



Berlin, Pa. 

President : Glee 



Mericka, James Ronald 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Eta Sinn 
Sigma Pi; Gorgon's Head (3. 4): Mon 
(2. 3, 4); Swimming (1, 2). 



Mills, James Arthur 



Shaker Heights, Ohio 



Charlotte 

A.B. IN RADIO. Theta Chi; Turnatinn. A.ssociate Editor; Carolina 
Quarterly (1, 2, 3); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 3. 4); Glee Club (1, 2); 
Playmakers (1. 2); Sound and Kury (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of tlie Golden 
Bear; Carolina Communications Club (3. 4); Cbarlotte-Carolina Club 
(1, 2. 3. 4): Camera Club (3. 4); Graham Memorial (2, 3); Yacketv 
Yark (2. 3. 4), Editor (4). 



Merritt, Jacqueline Lee Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi: WAA ; Cheerleader 

(4). 

Merritt, James Lee Statesville 

A.B. IN RADIO. Sitjina Phi Epsilon: Monogram Club (2. 3. 41; Soccer. 



Minett, Cyril William 



Waynesville 



A.B. IN RADIO. Kappa Alpha; Football (1, 2): Track (1); YMCA; 
Western N. C. Club; Cheerleader (4). 



Messenger, Richard Gwyn 



West Hartford, Conn. 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Nii; Class Honor Council; Daily Tar 
Heel (1); Student Legislature (3. 4); YMCA (2. 3. 4); Soccer (1). 



Minter, Margaret Frances 



Mintz, Elwood 

A.B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Durham 



Asheboro 



Senior Class of 1951 








Melton, P. L. 


Melton, W. A., Jr. 


Melvin 


Mendelsohn 


Mereness 


Mericko 


MerriM, Jacqueline L. 


Merritt, James L. 


Messenger 


Miller, C. D. 


Miller, G. W. 


Miller, L. 


Miller, P. A. 


Miller, R. A. 


Mills 


Minett 


Minter 


Mintz 



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Mitchell, Charles Burrell, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 

Mitchell, Glenn Odell, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi 



Durham 



Greensboro 



Asheville 



Moon, Peggy A. Hilo, Hawaii 

.\.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Di Senate (3, 4); Student Council: 
Tarnation (3J ; University Club (3. 4); Cosmopolitans (3, -J). Secretary 
(3); Modem Dance Club (4). 



Moore, Billie Forester 



Mitchell, Herbert Thomas, Jr. 

.\.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Clii Phi: Phi Beta Kappa; Student 
Legislature. Speaker; Class Officer (1); Debate Squad, (1. 2. 3. 4): 
Crail: Interfraternitv Council (2. 3); Interdormitory Council (1): 
Young Democrats Club (3. 4); Student Body Vice-President; Carolina 
Korum. Chairman (3); Order of tlie Old Well; Orientation Committee: 
State Student Legislature. 



North Wilkesboro 

t; Stray Greeks. Secretary 



Moore, Henrj- Franklin, Jr. Whiteville 

n.S. IN COMMERCE. MoniiKrain Club (4); Football (2, 3. Ii. 



Mobley, John William 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. 

Moline, Edwin, Jr. 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. 



Wilmington 
Chapel Hill 
Money, Jack W. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Aliiha Kappa Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

Montague, James Edward Oxford 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Delta Theta: Student Legislature. 

Montgomery, Walter Scott, Jr. Spartanburg, S. C. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Sigma; Phi Assembly. 

Moody, Jack Waldron Plainfield, N. J. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Swim- 
ming (1. 2. 3. 4) : Track. 



Moore, John W. 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. DailK Tar Heel (1) : 
University Club (2). 



Morganton 

nation (2. 3. 4); 



Moore, L. Elizabeth 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Glee Club (3) ; YWCA (3, 4) ; BSU. 



Delco 



Moore, William Everett 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. AFROTC. 

Moore, William Prince 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Moose, Bobby Franklin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Morehead. Hugh Reeves 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



West Point, Ga. 

Raleigh 

Concord 

Mooresboro 



Senior Class of 1951 





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Mitchell, C. B., Jr. 


Mitchell, G.O., Jr. 


Mitchell, H. T., Jr. 


Mobley 


Moline 


Money 


Montogue 


Montgomery 


Moody 


Moon 


Moore, B. F. 


Moore, H. F., Ji 


Moore, J. W. 


Moore, L. E. 


Moore, W. E. 


Moore, W. P. 


Moose 


Morehead 



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Morrell, Charles O. 



Asheville 



A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Doily Tar Heel (1): Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4); Sound and Fury (1, 2. 3, 4): University Club 
(4) ; YMCA (1, 2. 4) ; Western N. C. Club (1, 2, 3) ; French Club (1, 2) ; 
Choral Club (3, 4); Folk Dance Club (4). 



Morris, Donald Sasser 

B.S. IN COiNLMERCE. 

Morris, Elizabeth Jane 

Delta Delta Del 

Morris, Jack Courtchel 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Morris, William White 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Morrison, Daniel Baker 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Morrison, Warren Dale, Jr. 



Aulander 



Gastonia 

YWCA (3. 4); Gastonia- 

Stanley 

Bessemer City 

Concord 



Miami, Fla. 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Phi, President (4): Phi Beta Kappu : Dailij 
Tar Heel (2); Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Basket- 
ball (1); Soccer (2): House Privileges Board Chairman (4); President's 
Executive Cabinet (4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Duke-Carolina 
Amity Council (4); Chairman Andrew Bershak Scholarship Fund (3). 

Morrow, Joe Andrew 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi Mu Alpha; Band (1. 2. 3. 4). 

Morrow, Helen Dixon 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Town Girls' Association (1. 

Morrow, Tiny Maurguerite 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Chi Omeya; Glee Club (3, 4); Yacketi/ Tack 
(4); YWCA (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Student Adviser (4). 



Waynesville 
Chapel Hill 

3. 4). 

Hendersonville 



Morse, Charles Sidney 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. 



Tampa, Fla. 



Moss, Billy Buford Gastonia 

B.S. IN SCIENCE. Di Senate (3, 4); Gastonia Club (2, 3), President 



Mowry, Oliver Warren Charlotte 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Murchison, John Reid 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
gram Club; Minataurs; Lacrosse; YMCA. 

Murphey, Arthur Gage, Jr. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa; Class Honor Council; State Stu- 
dent Legislature (3); Canterbury Club (1. 2, 3. 4); University Club 
(2, 3); Yackety Yack (2); Di Senate (2, 3). 



Wilmington 

Gorgon's Head; Mono- 

Macon, Miss. 



Murphy, Richard James 



Baltimore, Md. 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Signia ; Order of the 
Old Well; Beta Sitiiiiii. President (3); Attorney-General of the Student 
Body; North Carolina State Student Legislature, Delegate (3), Presi- 
dent (4); Student Party (1. 2, 3. 4). Treasurer (2), Chairman (3); 
Students for Democratic Action. President (3) ; Campus Chest (3, 4). 
Director (3); U. S. National Students Association (3. 4). Chairman, 
Virginia-Carolina Region (4); Student Welfare Board (3, 4); Greater 
University Student Council; President's Cabinet; Interdormitory Coun- 
cil ; Elections Board ; Orientation Counselor ; Westminister Fellowship 
(1, 2, 3. 4); Young Democrats Club (2. 3, 4); YMCA; CCUN. 



Myers, Austin S. 

A.B. IN GEOLOGY. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Myers, Horace Thomas 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



East Alden, Conn. 
Laurinburg 



Senior Class of 1951 






Morrell 


Morris, D. S. 


Morris, E. J. 


Morris, J. C. 


Morris, W. W. 


Morrison, D. B. 


Mor 


rison, W. D., Jr. 


Morrow, J. A. 


Morrow, H. D. 


Morrow, T. M. 


Morse 


Moss 




Mowry 


Murchison 


Murphey 


Murphy 


Myers, A. S. 


Myers, H. T. 



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Nachman, Herbert, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Zeta Beta Tati: Daily Tar Heel; Publications 
Union Board (4); Tarnation (3, 4). Managing Editor; Editor (4): 
AFROTC. 

Nance, Jerrod Thomas Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Nathan, Marvin N. Norfolk, Va. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Tau EpsHon Phi; Carolina Political Union (1. 2); 
Class Officer (2); Hillel Cabinet (8); University Club (I, 2); Basket- 
ball (1): Wrestling (2); Nucleus (3, 4). 



Northend, Charles Allan 



Chapel Hill 



Neely, William Bruce 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Theta Chi; Yacketij Yack (4). 



High Point 



Neighbours, Jane Wiley Stephenville, Tex. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YWCA (3, 4) ; Canterbury Club. 



Nelson, Elmer Lionel 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sign 

Nettles, Betty Lou 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 

Nicholson, John Williams 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Noell, Robert Earl 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Black Mountain 

Asheville 

Ellerbe 

Greensboro 



B.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Gamma Delta; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Men's Honor Council (2). 



Northington, Thomas Beckwith 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

Norvell, Nina Pape 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta 



Roanoke Rapids 

Savannah, Ga. 

Raleigh 



Norwood, Nancy Denit 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; YWCA (3, 4), Cabinet 



Ogden, Fred Nash, II New Orleans, La. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chi Phi; Dance Committee (4); Monogram Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); University Club (3, 4); Football (1); Track (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Olive, Hubert Ethridge, Jr. Lexington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Sigma; Young Democrats Club; YMC.^. 

Olsen, Martha Anne Raleigh 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; Yackety Yaek (4); YWCA (3, 4); 
Canterbury Club. 



Olsen, Warren E. 



Long Island, N. Y. 



B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma; Sound and Fury; Students 
for Democratic Action. 



O'Neal, James Bernice, Jr. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. 



Durham 



Senior Class of 1951 




Nochmon 
Nettles 
Norwood 



Ncely 


Neighbours 


Nelson 


Northend 


Northington 


Norvell 


Olsen, M. A. 


Olsen, W. E. 


O'Neal 



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Orr, David 



Grove Hill, Ala. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); riayniakers; Sound and 
Fury (1). 



Orr, Joseph Harvey 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Matthews 



Pappas, Paul Vasilios 



Paramore, Walter Hoytt, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Winston-Salem 

1 ; University Symphony 

Chapel Hill 



Osborne, Charles Edward 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Si'iii 



O'Tuel, Alton Louis 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. 



Overton, Lula Little 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM, rjailii Tar Heel (3, 4); YWCA. 



Pacifici, Albert Michael, Jr. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beta Kappa. 



Padgett, Lenwood 



Hendersonville 

Chapel Hill 

Wadesboro 

Arlington, Mass. 

Jacksonville 



Park, John Faircloth 

A.B, IN MUSIC. Glee Club (4). 

Park, William Charles 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Gymna.stics (4). 

Parrish, Betty Lassiter 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Paschal, Richard Ernest 

A.B. IN ART. 

Pasco, Thomas Thaxton, Jr. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Greenville. S. C. 



Greensboro 



Four Oaks 



Reidsville 



Charlotte 



Padrick, Robert Wilbur Fort Pierce, Fla. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Dance Committee (2, 3). 



Pass, John Wiley 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Roxboro 



Page, Robert James Long Island, N. Y. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Phi Delia Theta ; Swimming. 



Patterson, Richard Larry 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Pilot Mountain 



Senior Class of 1951 



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Nebo 
Morganton 
Pike Road 
Payne, Robert Benjamin Gastonia 

\B IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigma; Men's Honor Council; Grail 
(3 4)- Interdormitory Council (1): Monogram Club (3, 4); Track 
(I 2 3, 4) ; YMCA (1, 2. 3, 4); Lutheran Student Association. 



Patton, Archie Ray, Jr. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Patton, Charles Frederick 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Paul, Joseph McKinsey 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Beta Kai>va : Beta Gamma Siama 



Pearson, Clarence L., Jr. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Spring Hope 



Pease, Benjamin Gary Jacksonville, Fla. 

A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Cliapel Hill Choral Club (3. 4). 

Peebles, Marion Wooten, Jr. Lawrenceville, Va. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sioma Alpha Epxilon; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); 
Sheiks (2. 3, 4). President; Track (2, 3, 4); YMCA (3, 4). 



Peek, Cauley Jefferson 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. AFROTC. 



Mars Hill 



Pekarsky, Hilda Alberts Greensboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Hillel Cabinet; CICA; Student Adviser. 



Pendergrass, James Prince Durham 

A.B. IN GEOLOGY. 

Pennington, John Weldon Mocksville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha. 

Pennington, Oliver Cromwell, Jr. Raleigh 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Phi; Young Democrats Club (4) ; YMCA (1. 2) ; 
University Party Steering Committee. 



Penry, William Gaston Denton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Perry, Robert Sidney, Jr. McCain 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Phi. 

Person, Glenn Haywood Louisburg 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Phelps, Walter Kenneth Wilmington 

A.B. IN RADIO. 

Phillips, Ernest Edward, Jr. Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Phillips, Robert Jackson Asheboto 

B.S. IN PRE-DENTAL. Sigma Phi Epsiluii. 



Senior Class of 1931 




iiiiirb 



Patton, A. R., Jr. 


Patton, C. F. 


Paul 


Payne 


Pearson 


Peosc 


Peebles 


Peek 


Pekarsky 


Pendergross 


Pennington, J. W. 


Pennington, 0. C, Ji 


Penry 


Perry 


Person 


Phelps 


Phillips, E. E., Jr. 


Phillips, R. J. 



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Phillips, Rupert Andrew, Jr. 




Kinston 


Ponder, Lila Mills Miami, Fla. 


A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Chi. 






A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; VWCA (3, 4), Cabinet; Panhellenic 
Council ; Splash Club. 


Pickard, Marvin Atlas 

A.B. IN MUSIC. C;iee Club (1. 2, 3. 4). 




Durham 


Poole, Clay Abernethy New Hill 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Pickett, Eugene Hadley 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 




Raleigh 


Poole, Hampton Rochelle Franklinville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Pittard, John Sharpe 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 




Chapel Hill 


Poole, Phillip Dayton Clayton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Pittman, Ralph Stanley 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi; AROTC 
Vet's Association (4). 


St. Pauls 

(3, 4) ; University 


Poole, Robert Howard, Jr. St. Pauls 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Beta Theta Pi: Alpha Phi Omega. 


Pitts, Peyton Edward 




Wilmington 


Porterfield, Jack Monroe 


B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Council. 






B.S. IN COMMERCE. Dance Committee (3. 4); Football (1, 2). 


Pitts, William Gibson 




Spring Hope 


Potter, Lee Southerland Aurora 


B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Sigvia Pi. 






B.S. IN COMNfERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi: Interdormitory Council (3, 4); 
YMCA (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Dorm Adviser (4). 


Poag, James Davis 

A.B. IN RADIO. Beta Theta Pi. 




Greenville, S. C. 


Potts, Jack T. Highlands 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Poindexter, Jesse Lee, Jr. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Phi: Young 
University Vet's Association; Campus Party 


East Bend 

Democrats Club (3, 4) ; 

(1). 


Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr. Madison 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Yackety Yack (1). 




-S 


enior CI 


ass of 1951 



hd^M^k 






ikt'-h^k 





Phillips, R. A., Jr. 




Pickard 


Pickett 


Pittard 


Pittman 


Pitts, P. E. 


Pitts, W. G. 




Poag 


Poindexter 


Ponder 


Poole, C. A. 


Poole, H. R. 


Poole, P. D. 


Po 


ole, R. H., Jr. 


Porterfield 


Potter 


Potts 


Pratt 



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Price, Edmund Watson 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Prior, Elizabeth Taylor 



Trenton, N. J. 



Troy, Pa. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Interdormitory Council 
(3, 4) ; Coed Senate W ; YWCA (3, 4), Cabinet. 

Price, Francis Edward Bethel 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sirima Alpha Epsilon : Gimghoul; Sheiks. 



Price, Herman McDonald 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Avon 



Whiteville 



Proctor, Joe Brown 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Chi Psi; Monogram Club (8, 4); 
Baseball (1. 3, 4). 

Pruitt, Alfred E. Raleigh 

A.B. IN RADIO. Glee Club (1); Carolina Communication Club (3, 4). 



Pruitt, William Thomas 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Quinn, Frank Elbert, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Rae, John Coleman 



Danville, Va. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Raleigh 



Rawls, Guy Woodard, Jr. Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Legislature. 



Reichle, Paul Allen, Jr. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tau Omega. 

Riach, Nancy Sandra 



Durham 



Laguna Beach, Calif. 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; Young Democrats 
Club (3); YWCA (3, 4); WAA (3. 4). 

Richardson, Alice Carter Chester, S. C. 

A.B. IN DRAMA. Alpha Delta Pi; Playmakers (3, 4); YWCA (3, 4). 



Richardson, Julia Kinsley 



Lewisburg, W. Va. 



A.B. IN ART. Delta Delta Delta; Valkyries; Student Legislature (3. 
4). YWCA {3, 4), Cabinet; Art Club; Orientation Committee. 



Richardson, Maurice B. 



Whiteville 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilnn Delta; Interdormitory Council 
( U ; Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Dorm Adviser. 



Richert, Joyce Frances 



Raleigh 



Richmond, Nancy Lee 



Danville, Va. 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Iota: Glee Club (3, 4); 
Hockey Club; Yackettj Yack (4) ; YMCA. 



Rickman, Alex Parks 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Canton 



Senior Class of 1951 



^ik^i^i^ 





F€^ ^^] 





Sk^ 



Price, E. W. 


Prior 




Price, F. E. 


Price, H. M. 


Pruitt, W. T. 


Quinn 




Roe 


Rowls 


Richardson, A. C. 


Richardson, j 


1. K. 


Richardson, M. B. 


Richert 




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Riddle, John William 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. 



Gastonia 



Riddle, William Frederick Sanford 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Sigma Phi Ejisiinn; BanJ (1. 2, 3, 4). 

Ritch, Harvey Edward Asheville 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Dailij Tar Heel (3, 4). 

Ritch, Orice Alexander, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Rixey, Ellen Barbour 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Delia Delta Delta; YWCA. 

Robbins, Louise Horton 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; YWCA. 

Roberson, Bab Sanders 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Glee Club (2) ; Younf Democrats Club (3. 4). 



Roberts, William Dale 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

Robins, Edwin Moring 



Concord 



Greensboro 

YMCA 



Stephens City, Va. 



Charlotte 



Norfolk, Va. 



Durham 



Smithfield 



Robinson, Lila Lee 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Gamma Delta; Yacketij Yaek (41; YWCA 
(3. 4), Cabinet. 

Robinson, Phyllis Lemmond Lincolnton 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. CICA ; YWCA (3, 4); Lincolnton Dance Club. 



Rodgers, George Hugh 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Phi Omega. 



Charlotte 



Rodman, George Farnell Washington 

.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Tau Omega; Debate Council: Phi Assembly 

(2, 3, 4), Speaker; Student Legislature (2, 3, 4). Speaker Pro Tern; 

University Party Steering Committee (2, 3, 4); Canterbury Club (2, 3. 

4). 

Rogers, Carl William Durham 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Assembly (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3, 4). 



Roberson, Helen Cornelia 



Durham 



B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council, 
\'ice-President. 



Roberson, William Doggett Charlotte 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. University Club (2); Swimming (2). 



Rogers, Joseph Edgmon 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Rogers, |ulius Talmage 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Washington 



Gastonia 



Senior Class of 1931 




r\P- ^4 Jv 









(rr 




'^m^MtM^i^ 



Riddle, J. W. 


Riddle, W. F. 


Ritch, H. E. 


Ritch, 0. A., Jr. 


Rixey 


Robbins 


Roberson, B. S. 


Roberson, H. C. 


Roberson, W. D. 


Roberts 


Robins 


Robinson, L. L 


Robinson, P. L. 


Rodgers 


Rodmon 


Rogers, C. W. 


Rogers, J. E. 


Rogers. J. T. 



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Rogers, Lee McDonald Roxboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Rogers, Richard Eugene Williamston 

A.B. IN PHVSirAL EDUCATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Rogers, Walter Francis 



Atlanta, Ga. 

litcirs- Council Ci); Plii Assembly 



Rohe, Robert Bronxville, N. Y. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Siyma Phi Epsilnii: Lacrosse (2); Tennis (1). 



Rosenberg, Charlotte Barbara 



Ross, Vernon Lee 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Kingston, Pa. 



Greensboro 



Roth, Paul Alexander Asheville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi; Alpha Phi Omega: 
Debate Squad (1. 2, 3), National Champion (2): Debate Council (2, 3). 
Cliairman (3); Grail (3); Hillel Cabinet (2): Interfraternity Council 
(2, 3); Sound and Fury (1. 2): Student Legislature (2, 3); Orienta- 
tion Counselor (3); Young Democrats Club; YMCA (1. 2); Western 
N. C. Club; State Student Legislature; University Party (1. 2, 3). 

Roth, William Stanley Oteen 

B.S. IN INDUSTIU.\L RELATIONS. Alpha Phi Omega; Golden Fleece: 



Rouse, Harold Floyd Farmville 

H.S. IN COMMERCE. /'/// Dritn Thcta; Track (1. 2) ; VMCA (1. 2. 3. n. 



Rouse, William Edward, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

Rumley, James Pierson 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Ruspini, Evelyn Louise 



Russell, Frances Margaret 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Mii. 

Rutherford, Robert James, Jr. 



Raleigh 



Winston-Salem 



Park Ridge, N. J. 



Orono, Me. 



Durham 

Secretary (2. 3, 4); Dailij Tar 



Rutherford, William Edward Glen Rock, N. J. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Glee Club (I. 2) ; French Club; Choral Club. 

Sadler, John Donald Tarboro 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Kappa Alpha; 13 Club. 



Rouse, Daphne Yelverton 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Farmville 



Sanders, James Bentley 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Phi On 
(2, 3, 4). 



Asheville 

Alpha Kappa Pfii ; Fencing 



Senior Class of 1931 




Rogers, L. M. 


Rogers, R. E. 


Rogers, W. F. 


Rohe 


Rosenberg 


Ross 


Roth, P. A. 


Roth, W. S. 


Rouse, D. Y. 


Rouse, H. F. 


Rouse, W. E.,Jr. 


Rumley 


Ruspini 


Russell 


Rutherford, R. J, Jr. 


Rutherford, W. E. 


Sadler 


Sanders 



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Sanford, Judith Ann 


Chatham, N. J. 


Schell, Marshall Herman, Jr. 


Raleigh 


A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Aliiliti Ihltii I'l ■ Wcime 
Clerk: Daihi Tnr HrrI (3. I); Yarkctn Yark 
Cabinet; Orientation Adviser. 


n-s Honor Council (»). 
(3. 1); YWCA (3, 4), 


A.B. IN HISTORY. Zeta Psi. 

Scher, Frederick R. 


Miami, Fla. 


Sargent, Joe Overton 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sir/iiin Xu 
Lacrosse (2. 3, 41: Wrestling (3). 


Raleigh 

; Monogram Clnli (1): 


A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. /'/ Lambda 
Playmakers (2. 31; Sound and Fury C>. 3, 4). 

Schermerhorn, David Ker 


Phi: Pi Kappa Delta: 
Treasurer (3. 4). 

Oakland, N. J. 


Satterfield, George Granval 


Burlington 


A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Delta Psi; 13 Club (2, : 


i. 4). 


B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Satterfield, Robert Linwood 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Prospect Hill 


SchiflF, Catherine McLaughlin 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Delta Pi: Yaeke 
(4); Hou.se Privileges Board (3): Coed Sen 
Counselor (4). 


Charlotte 

til Yaek 13. 41 ; YWCA 
ate (3, 41 ; Orientation 


Satterfield, Scott 


Wake Forest 


Schofield, John Shepley, III 


Macon, Ga. 


A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 




B.S. IN COMMERCE. Kappa Alpha: Scabbard 
Dance Committee (2. 3. 4), Chairman (I). 


1 and Blade; University 


Saunders, Marvin Futran 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 


Du rham 


Schoolfield, Henry Palmer, Jr. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 


Greensboro 


Saunders, Ruth Clark 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. DaUi> Tar Heel (3); 
Canterbury Club. 


Lumberton 

YWCA, Cabinet (4): 


Schretfler, Barbara 

A.B. IN RADIO. Alpha Gamma Delta. 


Raleigh 


Savage, Robert Thomas 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 


Kannapolis 


Seabright, Hunter Stanley 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Carolina Quarterlii. 


Lenoir 


Schaefer, Sara Jean 


Asheboro 


Seitz, David Louis 


Winston-Salem 


A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. YWCA (3, 4). 


N/" n r r>r C i 


A.B. IN CHE.MISTRY. Theta Chi. 

cc r^{ IQSl 






Sanford 

Saunders, R. C 

Schiff 



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Senter, John Richardson Raleigh 

U.S. IN COMMKRCK. MciiKisnim Club (3. 41 i Baseball (2. 3, 1), 



Serr, Beverly Jean 



Arlington. Va. 



A.B. IN ART. Alpha Deltii Vi: Yacketii Ynrk- (li; VWCA (3. 1); C(ii-cl 
Senate (3, 4), Speaker Pro Tern; Art Club (3. n. 

Setzer, Evan Sylvanns, Jr. Newton 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Y.MCA: Veterans Club. 

Shaw, Alexander Turner, Jr. Chapel Hill 

H.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Shaw, Catherine Shriver Wagram 

A.B. IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Alpha IhUa Pi, House Manager: Coed 
Senate (J); Interdormitory Council (4); VWCA (3. 4); Membersbip 
Council, 



Shaw, James Barron 

.\.B. IN HISTORY. 

Shaw, Richard Frank 



Shaw, Sherrill Wayne 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Sheets, Charles M. 

B..S. IN COMMERCE. 



Leaksvilie 



Oceanside, Calif. 



Randleman 



Lexington 



Sherman, Fred Edward Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Sherrill, John Thomas Granite Falls 

A.B. IN .lOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Phi: Daily Tar Hirl. 

Sherrod, Watson Newberry Enfield 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Drlta t>i(iiiia Pi. 



Shields, George Bernard 



Shore, Robert D. 



Shores, Robert Merritt, Jr. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Phi Kappa Sw» 
(1, 2, 4). 



Newport News, Va. 



Winston-Salem 



Hickory 

Baseball (1, 2, 4): Soccer 



Shouse, Russell Henry, Jr. 

B.S. IN EDUCATION'. Phi Eta Si'jii 

Sieber, Herman Alexander 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delia Phi Alpha, President; Dailii 
Tar Hii'l (3); Debate S(|uad (1); Debate Council (4): Plii Assembly 
(1, 2, 3. n. Speaker (3); Carolina Forum (3); United World 
Federalists; National Student Association Committee; State Student 
I.eKislature Ci): Youmk Democrats Club. 



Winston-Salem 

.!/!( Beta Psi : Alpha Phi Omeija. 

Hendersonville 



Sikes, Ruth Wilkins 



Monroe 



Senior Class of 1931 




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Brady, Joseph Wallace, Jr. New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN" rOLlTlCAL SCIENCE. Tan Kpsilvn Phi: Hillel (1. 2, .3): 
Student Party (2). 



Smith, Adelaide Newcomb 



Lynchburg, Va. 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alplia Dritri Pi: Camliiin Quditcrlii (3); 
VWCA (3. 41; House Couiu-il (41; UNCAM. 



Simms, Eleanor Blanton. Ala. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Cilee Club (4) : CICA; YWCA. 



Simmons, Gene Laughlin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta Siriiiia Pi. 

Simpkin, Carol Kerns 



Marion 



Hartford, Conn, 



Elon College 



Simpson, William Francis 

A.B. IN CHKMISTKV. Laiiihila Chi AIiiIki. 

Skinner, William Pailin, Jr. Elizabeth City 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zi-ta Psi ; Publications Union Board 
(I): Student Legislature (3. 4); University Club (3, 41: University 
Party (2. 3, t>. Treasurer (4); Orientation Counselor (3. 4i. 



Slate, Billy Lee 

B.S. IN COMMKRCK. t^ianui 

Sloan, Robert Madervel 



Mt. Airy 

Phi Epxilaii; Koiitball (1. 2. 3. 4). 

1 Winston-Salem 

.HIS Democrats Club; YMCA; 



Smethiirst, Wood Raleigh 

B.S. IN COMMKKCE. Student Legislature (I); Dailii Tar H,rl (u. 



Smith, Betty Jean 

A.B. IN ENC;LISH. Al)ih<i Ci 

Smith, Cecile Carr 

A.B. IN ENCJLISH. 

Smith, Charles Wesley 

B.S. IN CEOLOCV. Sirinm <h 

Smith, Claude Ervin 

B.S. IN CEOLOCV. Hiijma (;• 



Charlotte 

Delta: pailii Tar Heel. 

New York, N. Y. 



High Point 



High Point 

Ei>.<:iluii: Cross Country (I). 



Smith, Dan Alvin, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Track (41; YMCA (3. 41 



Winston-Salem 



Smith, George Dee Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. YMCA: WinstonSalem-Carolina Club. 



Smith, James Douglas 



Smith, Jimmie Howard 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Montvale, Va. 

•il: Yaeketi, Yaek 



Savannah, Ga. 



Senior Class of 1951 







pson 
ith, B. J. 
th, J. D. 



Skinner 
Smith, C. C. 
Smith, J. H. 



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Smith, Marg Winston 



EUijav, Ga. 



B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOOV. Women's Honor Couiuil; Inter 
(lormitorv Council (4); YWCA (3. 4). Cabinet; Coert Senate: House 
Council. 



Smith, Nancy Jean 



Mount Kisco, N. Y. 



Snypes, Margaret Glen 

A.B. IX EUrCATIOX. AIijIiii Dfllii I'l 

Sorrell, Ray A., Jr. 

B.S. IX COMMEKCE. 



S.inford 
Durham 



A.B. IX EX(;LISH. Vhi Omer/ii; Stuilent Council (t). Clerk; Yiirk-rtii 
Ycirk CI. 4) ; VWCA Ci. 4). 



Smith, Paul Wallace 

A.B. IX SOCIOI.OliV. 

Smith, Ray Ellison 

B.S. IX COMMEKCE. 

Smith, Raymond William 

B.S. IX CO.MMERCK. 

Smith, William Oliver, Jr. 

A.B. IX HISTORV. Kappa Sigma. 
Snider, Grevilda W. 



Snow, Charles Goodrich 

A.B. IX CHEMISTUV. Sioiiia .\ii: Swinmi 



Snow, Robert Hairston 



Fayetteville 

Mount Olive 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Denton 

); YWCA 
Adviser. 

Chapel Hill 



Chapel Hill 

Club; i:i Club 



Sowell, James Nicholas Charlotte 

A.B. IX EXCLISH. Monogram Chil) Ci. 11 ; Lacros.-ie (:!, 1); Soccer (2). 



Spain, Albert Doyle, Jr. 



Spainhour, Mary 



Sparger, Guy Mitchell 

B.S. IX COMMERCE, nrlin Hii 



Durham 



Lenoir 



Mt. Airy 



Charlotte 



Sparks. Elmo Davis 

B.S. IX BUSIXESS ADMINISTRATION. Kaijpu Aliiha; Vouns Demo- 
crats Club (3. 4) : Charlotte-Carolina Club. 



Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



Spear, Joyce Mae 

A.B. IX SOCIOLOCiV. Aliiha Delia PI; Glee Club (3); Yarketij Yaek 
(.-)); VWCA CI. 41 : Splash Club Ci. n. 

Speas, William Long Winston-Salem 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. All/ha Kapiia Psi: Winston-Salem-Carolina Club. 



Senior Class of 1931 









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Spruill, Marvin McCless 

B.S. I\ SCIENCE TEACHING. 

Stack, Susan Simpson 

U.S. IN EDUCATION. 

Stallings, Carolyn Kennedy 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGV. Debate Squad (3, 4); 
Assembly (3); Student Legislature; "Wesley 
4). Cabinet (4). 

Stallings, James Gordon 

A.B. IN Z00L(K;Y. Ahiha Epsiluii Delta: 
President: Ptii ,\«senibly (1. •!. ;n : Student 
Committee. 

Stamey, Betty Link 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Yarketij Ya 
Stark, William Luther 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Starnes, Francis Hilliard 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 



Staton, George Battle 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

St. Clair, Mary Lou 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Un: 



Hampstead 
Sanford 
Concord 

il (4) ; Pbi 
YWCA (3. 

Charlotte 

llliha. Vice- 
Orientation 

Rutherfordton 

rk (3) ; Hocl<ey Club (3). 

Oxford 

Cherryville 
Rocky Mount 



Bluefield, W. Va. 

versity Club; YWCA. 



Steele, William Little, III 



Raleigh 



B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Kapiia fiiniiKi ; Gorgon's Head C). 41: Inter- 
fraternitv Council (2, 3): 13 Club (1. 2, 3. 4), Secretary (3): Uni- 
versity Club; Yarketu Yack. 



Wilmington 

liversity Party; 

Fuquay Springs 

Severn 

Severn 

Asheville 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Beta Tan; Hillel Cabinet; Tarnation (1); 
University Club (1, 2, 3. 4i. President (4). 



Stellings, Princess Anne 



Stephenson, Marvin Wray 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Stephenson, Wallace Watson 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 

Stephenson, Willis William 

B.S. IN CO.M.MERCE. Delta Sigma Pi. 

Sternberg, Jerry, VI 



Stewart, Milton Graham 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Stewart. Oliver Conrad 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band (1, 
•Symphony; Tennis (1); AFROTC. 



Stine, Ernest Franklin 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Y.MCA. 



Erwin 



Chapel Hill 

3. 4) ; University 



Hickory 



Senior Class of 1951 







Spruill 

Starnes 

Stephenson, Wallace W. 



Stack 

Stoton 

Stephenson, Willis W. 



Stollings, C. K. 
St. Clair 
Sternberg 



Stallings, J. G. 

Steele 
Stewart, M. G. 




Stamey 

Stellings 

Stewart, O. C. 



Stork 

Stephenson, M. W. 

Stine 



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Stokes, Jack Bethel 



Norfolk. Va. 

(2. I): V.MfA: 



Stokes, Marvel Kathryn Stokes 

.\.li. IX EXCI.ISH. All'li" Il'l'" Pi: rinihi Tnr Heel (4): YWC.\. 



Story, Margaret Wood 



Raleigh 

A.B. IN' JOl'KN'ALISM. /'"//'/ Tnr Heel (3. 4): Canterburv Club (3, i) : 
Tnnuitioii c!. 11; Yiieketii Viirk (3); Voung Deimxrats Club (3, 1): 
YWCA (3. 4). 



Stout, Malcolm Russell 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. 

Stowe, Maynard EKvood 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. 

Strandberg, Howard Harold, Jr. 

A.B. IX ECOXOMICS. Zeln Psi. 



Sanford 



Hatteras 



Rocky Mount 



Stump, John Sutton 

B.S. IX CO.MMEKCE. AVij/;«i Ali'l'"- 

Sugg, I. Palmer. Jr. 
Sulzberger, Ann 

A.B. IX HI.STORV. Cai-dlina Political tlni( 

Summerlin, Charles Waddell 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Alpha Knppa Psi. 

Summerlin, Robert Lee, Jr. 

A.B. IX CHE.MISTRV. 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Kinston 
New York, N. Y. 

Durham 

Mt. Olive 



Glen Rock, N. J. 



Suratt, Mary Micou 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Glee Club (3. 4): YWCA (3. 4); 
Splash Club (3. 4); Canterbury Club (3. 4). 



Strong, Francis Maguire Arlington, Mass. 

A.B. IN M.\THEMATICS. Delta Psi, Treasurer (3): Monogram Club 
(1); 13 Club (2. 3. 4); Lacrosse (3. 4). 



Surles, Calvin Hoover 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. 

Susman, Alan Land 



Roseboro 



Stuart, Albert Chaplin, Jr. 



Sturdivant, Robert Lee 

A.B. IX HISTORY. Lamhila Chi Alpha. 



Winston-Salem 



Gary 



Bluefield, W. Va. 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Pi Lambda Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Dailv Tar 
Heel (1. 21: Hillel (1. 2. 3. 4): Sound and Fury (I. 2); Lacrosse (1); 
YMC.\ (I. 2. 3. 41. 



Sutton, Rachel Ann 



Sylva 

B.S. IX HISTORY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (4) : House Council: 
Canterbury Club; VWC.\ (3. 4). 



Senior Class of 1931 



I. WVTl) 




stokes, J. B. 




stokes 


, M. K. 


Story 


Stout 


Strong 




Stu 


ort 


Sturdivont 


Stump 


Summerlin, C. W. 


Su 


mmerlir 


1, R. L.,Jr. 


Suratt 


Surles 



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Swain, Rufus Sylvester Edenton 

B.S. IX MATHEMATICS. Flii Kiipiui Tliitti. 

Swift, Carlton Hayaman Sugar Grove 



Sweat, Frances Virginia Charlotte 

A.B. IN ART. Alpha Delta Pi: Class Officer (3). Secretary; Dailu Tar 
Heel (3); YWCA (3. 4), Membership Council (t): Panliellenie Council 



Taylor, Luther Eddice Faison 

B.S. IX XATIRAL SCIEXCE. 

Taylor, Margaret Lewis Chapel Hill 

A.B. IX JOURXALISM. Pi B,tn Phi: Dnilii Tar Heel (i. 3. 4); Glee 
Club (II: Yacketij Yaek (2): VWCA (2. 3). Membership Council, 
Executive Council (4); Coed .Senate ( H ; Canterbury Club (i. 2), 

Taylor, Rodney Bruce Jamestown, Va. 

B.A. IX EDIICATIOX. Duilii Tar Heel (li: University Club (1). 



Talbot, Maurice E. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Delta tiirima Pi. 

Tallant, Peggy Jean 



Tanner, Lardric B., Jr. 

B.S. IX CO.MMEKCE. 



Fayetteville 
Hickory 

hairm.'in 

Liberty 
New York, N. Y. 



Teague, Dorothy Glenn 



Winston-Salem 

B.A. IX PHYSICAL EDl'CATIOX, Aliiha Delta Pi: Monogram Club 
(3. 1); YWCA (3); House Council (ll; Woman's Atiiletic Council 
(3. I). Vice-Pre.'=i(lent (4i. 



Taylor, Charles Elisha 

A.B. IX JOl'RXALIS.M. Dailii Tar Heel (1, 2. 3. 41: Swimming ( 
3) ; Yarketi/ Yurk (3. !). 



Taylor, Frederick Eugene 

A.B. IX EDUCATION. Phi Delta Kappc 

Taylor, Harvey Holt 

U.S. IX COMMERCE. 



Zirconia 



Erwin 



Teague, James W. 

B.A. IX ZOOLOGY. Pi Kai,,,a Alpha. 

Teigland, John, Jr. 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Delta fiiijnia Pi: Sailing Tean 

Tempest, Gerard Francis 

B.A. IX PHILOSOPHY. 

Terrel, Simon Fleming 



Terr)', Hubert Dallas 

B.S. IX COMMERCE. Delta Siijwa Pi. 



Asheville 

Medfurd, N. J. 

Olivia 

Warrenton 

: Basketball 

Aulander 



Senior Class of 1931 







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Tevedaugh, Billy Lorraine 

A.B. I\ CHEMISTRY. 



Kannapolis 



Theisen, Marie-Jose Luxembourg 

A.B, IN ENGLISH. International Relations Club (3. 4); YWCA (3, I): 
CICA (3); Frencli Club (3); Aquinas Club. 



Thomas, Emory Augustus 

U.S. IN ('DM.MKIUK. 

Thomas, Gerald Donald 

U.S. IN COMMKKCK. 



Winston-Salem 



Greensboro 



Baltimore, Md. 



Thomas, James Phillips 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Ihltii Thetn; Ginigluml ; Monogram Club: 
Swimmins (2, 3, 4), Captain (4). 



Thomas, Norman Lee 
li.s, IN <()MM?;kce. 



Durham 



Rocky Mount 

Pittsboro 

Wilson 

Cherryville 

Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Zetii /'.si. Monosram Club (3, 4, ,i) ; Baseball (I, 2); 
Basketball (3, 4), Co-Captain (41; Freslinian Friendship Council (I). 
Treasurer, 



Thompson, Fred Bryant 

.V.B. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. 

Thompson, Nancy Sue 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YWCA (3). 

Thompson, Russell Aubrey, Jr. 

.\.B. IN ECONOMICS. Xrlit I'si ; V.M( A (1. 2, 3, 4). 

Thornburg, Joseph Carlyle 

B.S, IN COMMERCE. Band (I, 2. 3). 

Thorne, Charles Ellington 



Thornhill, Carolyn Bishop 



Scarboro, W. Va. 



Thomas, Robert Colen Eagle Springs 

A.B, IN HISTORY, Class Officer (1): Young Democrats Club (4). 



Thomas, Robert Edward 

B,S. IN (O.MMERCE. 



Portsmouth, Va. 



Thomas, Sarah Miller Warrenton 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Young Democrats Club (4); YWCA (8). 



Thornton, William Edgar Faison 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 

Thurlow, Ralph Milbourne Baltimore, Md. 

A.B. IN ENCILISH. 

Tice, Justus Williamston 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Young Democrats Club. 



Senior Class of 1931 



ik^^£^ 





Thomos, G. D. 
Thompson, F. B. 



Thomos, J. P. Thomas, N. L. 

Thompson, N. S. Thompson, R. A., Jr. 



Tilley, Eric Lee 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Tilley, Kenneth Gray 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma C 

Tilley, William Spencer 
A.I). IN roi.rricAi, science. 

Todd, Elston H. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

Trade, Charles Elmendorf, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Scabbard and Blade. 

Traywick, William Hubert 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Trice, Chesiey Addison 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. 

Trotter, Wilson Davis 



Durham 

Chapel Hill 

Raleigh 

Ocala, Fla. 

Henderson 

Marshville 

Durham 

Spray 



Townsend, Leonora Aycock 



Durham 



Tucker, Joseph Alan Asheville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Vouii!; Democrats Club: Western N. C. Club. 

Tucker, Marion Gray Monroe 



Turk, Irving Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club CI. 41; Basketball 

(2, 3. 41. 



Turlington, Ellen Rigby 



Chevy Chase, Md. 



A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Vlii Omi-m: Cilee Club; Hockey Club; Coed 
Senate (3. 4); Modern Dance Club (.Ti: Basketball (.1); Yiirketi/ Yiick 
(:!. 4); YWCA (3. 4): Basketball Club Cii. 



Turner, Alvis Greely, Jr. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Delta Chi. 



Draper 



Truscott, Starr, Je. Hampton, Va. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

Townsend, Anne Langdon Marshall, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi: C.Iee Club (3); Student Council (3); 
Young Democrats Club (31; YWCA (3, 4); Coed Senate (4); Student 
Adviser. 



Turner, Marion Nolan Greensboro 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

Turner, Sidney Bumpass, Jr. Durham 

B.S. IN CO.MMERt K. Delta Sigma Pi; Men's Honor Council: Inter- 
dormitory Council; President's Cabinet ; Yackety Yaek (1); University 
Club (31; Y-MCA (1, 2. 3. 4); G. M. Board of Directors. 



Senior Class of 1931 




Tilley, E. L. 


Tilley, K. G. 


Tilley, W. S. 




Todd 


Trodo 


Troywick 


Tfiee 


Trotter 


Truscott 


To» 


nsend, A. L. 


Townsend, L. A. 


Tucker, J. A. 


Tucker, M. G. 


Turk 


Turlington 


Tur 


ler, A. G., Jr. 


Turner, M. N. 


Turner, S. B., J 



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Tyndall, Robert Howard Roseboro 

B. S. IN COMMKKCE. Aliili" Kumm Psi: AFROTC. 



Vandiver, Evelyn Florence 

A.H. IX PHILOSOPHY. 



Charlotte 



Ulmer, John Gordon, Jr. Hemingway, S. C. 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Lnmhrhi Clii Alpha. 



Umstead, John Roberts 

U.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Durham 



Van Noppen, Donnell, Jr. Morganton 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Zi-tii Psi; Class Officer (4), President; Student 
Council (4); Minataurs (2, 3, +). President (2): University Club (3); 
Greater University Student Council (4) ; Student Audit Board. 



Varn, Rosalie Anderson 



Petersburg, Va. 



Umstead, Walter Williams 



Underwood, James Morton Dixon 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Plii A.sseinl)ly. 

Usher, Archie Leondus 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Durham 

in Club (3, 



Winston-Salem 



Asheboro 



Vaden, Henry Taylor 

A.B. IN RADIO. Phi Delta Theta : Caroli) 

.Men's Honor Council (3, 4), Clerli; Dailii Tar Heel; Publications 

Union Board; Yacketi/ Yack (3. 4). 



Washington, D. C. 

nunications Club; 



Valentine, Mauro George 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. Chi Phi. 



BronxviUe, N. Y. 



Venable, David Collard 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Washington, D. C. 



Verdicanno, Angelo Anthony South Plainfield, N. J. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Vinson, Robert Harrell 



Ahoskie 



B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Eta Hir/ma; Phi Beta Kappa; Sound and Fury 
(2, 3, 4); YMCA (1, 3. 4); University Dance Club (1, 2). 



Vinson, William Matthew 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Ktn Siym 

Vipperman, Carl Jackson 



Ahoskie 



Gainesville, Fla. 



Van Camp, Gene Ruth 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1): CICA. 



Southern Pines 



Vitasek, John Burgess 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Monogram Club; Baseball. 



Norfolk, Va. 



Senior Class of 1951 




Tyndall 


Ulmer 


Umsteod, J. R. 


Umsteod, W. W. 


Underwood 


Usher 


Vaden 


Valentine 


Van Camp 


Vandiver 


Von Noppen 


Varn 


Veneable 


Verdicanno 


Vinson, R. H. 


Vinson, W. M. 


Vipperman 


Vitasek 



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Von Oesen, George Wilmington 

B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Vreeland, Walling Douglas, Jr. Fort Bragg 

.\.B. IN ZOOLOC.V. DilUi Phi Alpha: .Monogram Club ( 
(I. 2. 4). 



Waddell, William Joseph 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Waggoner, William Johnson 

A.B. IN POLITICAI. SCIENCE, Kap/id Aljihii. 



3. i) : Soccer 

Hendersonville 



Salisbu 



ry 



Charlotte 



Walker, Louise Hoyle 

A.B. IN RADIO. Diiilii Tor Heel (H. 4) ; Sound and Fury (3, 4) ; YWCA 
C). 11 Mernber.fliip Council (4): Weslev Foundation (8, 4). Vice-Presi- 
dent (3); CICA Ct, H; Carolina Connnunicalion..* Club (3, 4). 

Walker, Wynefred Phillips Martinsville, Va. 

A.U. IN ENGLISH. Uilla IhUa Deltii : (ilee Club (3, I): y\VC.\ (3, 4). 



Wallenborn, White McKenzie 



Charlottesville, Va. 



A.B. IN CHE.MISTKV. Ii>lt<i Psi : German Club Executive (4); Inter- 
fraternitv Council (.1. 11; Cniver.sity Dance Committee (4); YMCA 
(1. 2); Freshman Cross Country; Scabbard and Blade (3, 41 ; Orienta- 
tion Counselor (3). 



Wamsley, Frank Xavier 



Asheville 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Daily Tar Heel (3. 4): Glee Club (4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4) ; YMCA (3. 4) ; Newman Club (3, 4) ; Student 
Handbook (3): Dormitory Executive Committee (4). 



Ward, William Wray, Jr 

A.B. IN .KHRNALISM. Ree.se 



High Point 



Warmbold, Robert W. 

A.B. IN COMMERCE. 

Warren, Earl Clinghman 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Theta Clii. 

Warren, James Victor 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Warren, McWilson 

n.A. IN /OOLOGY. Oricr.latiiin 



Charlotte 

Dunn 

Wilmington 

Clinton 

littee (3); Frcsbman .\dviser (3). 



Warren, Peggy J. Hurdle Mills 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student Legislature (3. 4): CICA (3. 4). Pre.sident 
(4): Student Party Executive Committee (3. 4): Elections Board (3, 
t) ; Orientation Committee (4). 

Warren, Ray Alexander Belmont 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Warren, Will Herring 

B.S. IN COM.MERCE. 

Waters, Mark Ramsey 

A.B, IN ENGLISH. 

Watkins, Alexander Sprunt, Jr. 

B.S. IN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gamma 
Delta; Gorgon s Head (3. 4); Interfraternitv Council (2. 3, 4); IFC 
Court (3). Vice-President. IFC (4); President Phi Gamma Delta (4): 
President, Henderson-Carolina Club (2); YMC.t (1. 2, 3); House 
Privileges Board (4); .lunior Varsity Football Manager (1). 



Wilson 



Baltimore, Md. 



Henderson 



Senior Class of 1931 




Von Oesen 


Vreeland 


Waddell 


Waggoner 


Walker, L, H. 


Walker, W. P. 


Wallenborn 


Womsley 


Ward 


Warmbold 


Warren, E. C. 


Warren, J, V. 


Warren, M. 


Warren, P, J, 


Warren, R, A. 


Warren, W. H, 


Woters 


Walkins 



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Watson, Edward O'Hanlon Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi (Uimmu Dcitu: Inteidorniitory Coinidl (3, 4); 
University Club (2. 3). 


Webster, Edward Walter 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. NROTC. 


Ridgewood, N. J. 


Watson, Norman Ray Durham 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Weissman, Rosalind Maiwald 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOOY. 


Raleigh 


Watson, Robert Hugh Ehzabethtown 

A.B. IN RADIO. Chi Psi. 


Wellons, Anne Sanders 

A.B. IN PRIMARY EDUCATION. Alvhli Gun 
dation (3, 4). 


Charlotte 

,nna IMta : Wesley Foun- 


Watts, Bobby G. Stanley 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 


Wellons, John Russell 

B.S. IN COMMKKCK. Cardboard (2, 3, 4). 


Selma 


Weant, Donald Eugene College Park, Ga. 

B.A. IN NAVAL SCIENCE. Pi K«i>nn Ali>ha. 


Wells, Darius Lathum 

A.B IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Chi Psi; Ba 


Roseboro 

sketball (2, 3, 4). 


Weatherly, Edmond Bruce Durham 

A.B. IN BOTANY. YMCA (1, 2, 3, 4). 


Whipple, Barbara 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. AlDha (iaiiimo DeWi ; 
President (41 ; YWCA (3. 4) ; Women's Hono 
Committee (4): .Student Party (3, 4): Panlu 


Perry, Ga. 

Glee Club (3, 4). Vice- 
r Council (4) ; Orientation 
■llenic Council (4). 


Weavil, Kenneth George Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 


Whisenhunt, Frederick Sylvester 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappa Alpha: Sou 


Florence, S. C. 

lid and Fury (I. 2). 


Webb, Anne Taylor Shelby 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi: YWCA (3). 


Whitaker, Hubert M., Jr. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 


Enfield 


Webb, George Henderson Greensboro 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. SiV/m" I'lii Epsiloii : Phi Bcin Kniiiiu : Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4). 

N ^ n 1 r^ r I - 


Whitaker, Walter E. 

A.B. IN RADIO. 

ICC r^( 1QS1 


Graham 




Watson, E. 0. 


Wotson, N. R. 


Watson, R. H. 


Watts 


Weant 


Weatherly 


Weovil 


Webb, A. T. 


Webb, G. H. 


Webster 


Weissman 


Wellons, A. S. 


Wellons, J. R. 


Wells 


Whipple 


Whisenhunt 


Whitaker, H.M., Jr. 


Whitaker, W. E. 



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White, Robert Dean Marion 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Band (1. 2, 3): Interdormitoiy Coumil I H. 



White, Stanford Lester 



Charlotte 

Club (1. •>. 3. 1); Track (1, 2); 



Wilder, Charles Leonard Zebulon 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Di Senate (2): VMCA (1. 2. 3, 4). 



Wiley, Kathryn Anne 



Decatur, Ala. 



White, William Henry, Jr. Greenville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. I'lii Ganniia Delia: Phi Beta A'ap/in; Phi EUi 
Sigma: Band U. 2). 



Wilkinson. A. Rachel 

A.B. IN EDCCATION. C.lee Club (3. 4). 



Durham 



White, William Rutherford 



Whitehurst, Ralph Alden 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Camp Hill, Pa. 

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

Hillsboro 



Williams, Adolphus Andrew Hamlet 

B.S. IN rSYCHOLOCY. Plii Delta Theta: Alpha Phi Omerja. 

Williams, Donald Elwood, Jr. Roselle. N. J. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Playmakers (3. 4): Fencing Club (3. 4). 



Whitlock, Robert Turnbull 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Eta Sigii 



Mount Airy 

Phi Beta Kappa. 



Williams, Margaret Banks 



Sanford 



Whitney, Martha Caroline 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Chi ( 

(3. 4). 

Whittier, David Harford 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Phi Eta ^iiima. 

Wiggins, Jacob Ernest, Jr. 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Coinmunicatio 

(4). 



Plant City, Fla. 

ega: C.lee Club (3); YWCA 

Boston, Mass. 

Concord 
Club (3. 4). Vice-President 



Williams, Marion Delmer Burlington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Phi Omega: Band (19H-42>. 



Williams, Phillip Adger 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Asheboro 



Williams, Vernel Durham 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Communications Club (2. 3, 4). 




Senior Class of 1931 












White, R. D. 


White, S. L. 


White, W. H., Jr. 


White, W. R. 


Whitehurst 


Whitlock 


Whitney 


Whittier 


Wiggins 


Wilder 


Wiley 


Wilkinson 


Williams, A. A. 


Willioms, D. E.,Jr. 


Williams, M. B. 


Williams, M. D. 


Williams, P. A. 


Willioms, V 



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Williamson, George Knox 

liS. IN C'OMMERCK. 



Charlotte 



Wilson, Moah Rouse, Jr. 



Wilson's Mills 



B.S, IN EDUCATION. Phi Gamma Dilfa : Delta Phi Alpha: Dance 
Committee (3): Interdormitory Council (3); Swimming. 



Williamson, Jason McLeod 

.\.B. IN HISTORY. 

Williamson, William James 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Cerro Gordo 



Crewe, Va. 



Wilson, Stephen Augustus, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Chi Psi. 



New Bern 



New Orleans, La. 



Winius, Walter, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Alpha Epsiluii : Monograjn CIulj; FontlwII 
(21; Lacrosse (2. 3. 4): AFROTC. 



Willingham, James Estes Asheville 

A.B. IN .lOLRNALISM. Chi Phi; Younfr Democrats Club; AFROTC. 



Winsor, Arthur Simeon 



Chapel Hill 



B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Gamma Delta: Monogram Clul) (3. H: 
Gymnastics (3); Soccer (3, 4); YMCA. 



Willis, Arthur Rexford, Jr. 

B,S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theta Pi. 



Wilmington 



Willis, David Pearce McCain 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Chi Phi: Monogram Club (1. 3. 4) ; Track. 



Wilmoth, Soencer C. 



Dobson 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. University Club; Yarketii Yaek (3. i) : 
VMCA (2. 3. 4). 



Wilson, Claude Arthur, Jr. 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Glee Club (1, 2). 

Wilson, Gene Tillman 

BS. IN CO.M.MERCE. Kappa Alpha. 



Monroe 



Pompano Beach, Fla. 



Withers, Dorothy Heim 

.\.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 



Lillington 



Withers, Marie Cowie Tampa, Fla. 

A.B. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi: Dailij Tar Heel 
(3. 4); YWC.\ (3, 4); Membership Council; Chi Delta Phi. 

Woodell, John Norris, Jr. Fayetteville 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpha Tau Omefia : Football (2. 3. 4). 

Wood, Mary Ingraham Daytona Beach, Fla. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta, President (41; Women's Honor 
Council (4); YWCA (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (4). 



Wood, Peggy Virginia 



Chattanooga, Tenn. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega: Dailii Tar Heel (3); Student Legisla- 
ture (3. 4); Chairman of Coed Affairs (4); Orientation Committee; 
Woman's Cabinet (n; Splash Club (3, 4): UP Steering Committee. 



Senior Class of 1931 




Willioms 


on, G. K. 


Williamson, J. M. 


Williamson, W. J. 


Willinghom 


Willis, A. R., Jr. 


Willis, D. P. 


Wiln 


noth 


Wilson, C. A., Jr. 


Wilson, G. T. 


Wilson, M. R., Jr. 


Wilson, S. A., Jr. 


Winius 


Wii 


isor 


Withers, D. H. 


Withers, M. C. 


Woodell 


Wood, M. 1. 


Wood, P. V. 



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Chapel Hill 

Jefferson 

Raleigh 

Beaufort 

Arden 
Pi. 

Hendersonville 
Fayetteville 

B.S. IN BISINKSS ADMINISTKATION. I hi Phi: Alrhn Phi flmenn : 
OrikT (if till' Olil Woll; IkiUk Tar H,,l: Stiicieiit I.fKislatiire (1. 2): 
Mens Ildricir Ciniiic-il; ()ritMif;itioii Ccnninittee cli; Kresliinan Council; 
Yiirkrtii Yrirk- (1, ■>); Tiirmitioii : Scabbard and Blade; Voung Demo- 
crats; YMCA (1, 2). 



Woods, Fred Earl 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Worth, Will Allen 

B.S. IN' COMMERCE. Thrtii Chi: Phi Beta Kapv'i- 
Wright, James Arthur 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. YMCA; Vefs Club. 

Wright, Kenneth Wallace, Jr. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alphn Eiisiliin Deltn. 

Wright, Samuel Clyde 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Hiiin 

Yarbrough, Jack Dixon 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 

Yarborough, Wilson Franklin, |r. 



Yelverton, Bunn Ray 

B.S. IN CO.M.MERCE. Young Democrats (I). 



Fremont 



Yates, Kimble Carson 

B.S. IN CO.MMERCE. 

Yelverton, Benjamin Olds, Jr. 



Raleigh 



Rocky Mount 



Yokley, Dorothy Polk Mt. Airy 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Vhi Omrrja; Yackct;/ Yack (3. I); YWCA (:i. I). 

Yokley, Oscar Hoyle, Jr. Mt. Air)' 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Beta Theta Pi: 13 Club (2. 3. 4). 



York, W. Vann 



B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitorv C( 
of Reese (41, Chaplain (4). 



High Point 
■il (4); Track (4); Order 



Holdenville. Okla. 



Zachary, Hugh B. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

Zahran, Joseph Patrick Fayetteville 



Zeman, Anne Josephine Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cosmopolitan Club. 

Zimmerman, Wallace B. Roxboro 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Glee Club (2, 3. 4). 



Darden, Louis Harrell, Jr. Orlando, Fla. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Ali>ha Chi Sir/iMi : Carolina Political 
Union (2. 3); Di Senate (1. 2. 3); Student Legislature (2. 3); State 
Student Legislature (3); Campus Party (2, 3). 



Senior Class of 1931 




Yorbrough 

kley, O. H., Jr 

Darden 



Page 160 




A. Blind Date 

B. Mind over matter 

C. End of G perfect day 

D. "Ah cood jest throw mah orhms right oround you'oll." 

E. Infirmary — 3;00 A. M. — Efficiency expert needed 

F. Captain Hodacol eradicates Russian ambassador. 

G. A flat wheel 



H. "! think it's ants." 

I. "OOOh — these cut lines." 

J. "I've been sick." 

K. "We smelled fire, so we just . . ." 

L. "No more exams — I'm getting drafted.' 

M. "Thot's my Pop." 



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IN THIS ISSUE 



THE UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 







J. P. HARLAND 

"GOD SAVE THE KING" 





After attending Carolina for one day a person realizes 
that he must wait his turn to take part in the 



many modes of entertainment offered by the University. 
The girls above are in line to bark up the wrong tree. 



TALKING OF PICTURES . . . 




ENTERTAINMENT AT U.N.C. IS VARIED 

The entertainment at the University of North Carolina is as 
heterogene<ius as the students who attend it. Aside from the 
popular cultural pursuits of attending literary, scientific, 
and religious lectures, frequenting the Morehead Planetarium 
shows, and furthering student-faculty relationships with teas, 
open houses, et cetera. Tarheels express their youthful ex- 
uberance in numerous forms of self-styled amusement (pages 
164 and 16.5). 




Music plays a large part in the activities of the UNC student. Even Carolina's All- 
America boys, like "Huck" Holdash, grasp spare moments to pick up a new tune. 



Farsighted students save popcorn money in order to 
brighten up their room. Direction of window helps too. 



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^^^^^^^B .^^^^^^^1 



ractical jokes in the dorraiton' reign twenty-four hours a day. 
oommates sometimes come across such scenes as the one above. 




ityi»fTir»iaujagat.A;^oi'< 



idividual students soon learn where they can pick out their 
ivn type of entertainment. Individualism is advocated by INC. 





Spontaneous and planned parties form an integral part of UNC entertainment. 
Freshman (above) misinterpreted a "Bring Your Own" invitation to party. 



. type of entertainment found in many cities other than Chape 
lill is the special style of "movin" pitchers." (Pictured above). 



Page 165 



ii^'M 




j^^H^g^^ 



m. 



S 



I 





m^ 



The library at the University of North Carolina in three 
stories, has the most complete collection of books in the 



south. Situated at the south end of the luxuriant campus, it 
is often the background for summer outdoor study sessions. 





A campus agnl wilh liaililmn. ( .aiolina takes llif iiilii'(|uriit snow 
flurries in the stride of its warm fellowship found everywhere. The 
scene is facing the Y-court from "down campus" near Davie Poplar. 



A MODE OF EDUCATION BASED ON 
INSTITUTION, CONSTITUTION AND 
PROSPERITY FOR ALL THE PEOPLES 



William Davie, while leaning against a conven- 
ient poplar tree in 1796, probably had no idea 
that in 1951 the tree would have around it the 
best university in south — just ask any Tar 
Heel. Ole Bill really picked out a swell place. 
As the number one student to attend the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, he missed out on the 
product of his interest and the struggles of the 
educators who followed him to make the Uni- 
versity at Chapel Hill an infinite path into the 
future. 

And still today the atmosphere of fellowship 
and serenity governs the institution of higher 
learning and the quiet little college town around 
which it is situated. Carolina, drawing students 
from places as varied as Podunk. North Carolina 
to Cairo. Egypt, offers them all equal advantages 
of its accumulation of traditional culture and 
modern educational techniques. 



Page 166 











»ilhi| 







The houses in "liit;" Irai. niii\ ic.uii were constructed in 
late Colonial style architeiture to comply with the building 



plan oi ( IijihI IIiII. The Pi Kappa Alpha house (above i 
is bordered by the Sigma Chi and the Sigma Nu houses. 




aiy-e€€^a 




Now standing on the former Women's Athletic field are 
modern men's dormitories. They were completed and occu- 



pied in the fall of 1948. Two of the new structures of the 
building program, A and B dormitories, are shown above. 



Page 167 




Over 2.UUU ot tlif stuiieni body gatliereii at ?outh Building steps tu 
witness the first formal recognition of United Nations Day on campus. 



Two United Nations flags were presented to the University to commem- 
orate the birth of the founding of the United Nations on August 21. 1944 




Three divisions, like one above, compose Lenoir Hall — campus feeding 
grounds. Capacity of 1,300 seats. 10,000 meals can be served a day. 



The physical plant of the University is valued at approxi- 
mately .$20,000,000. In the past thirty years there have 
been three notable periods of expansion. The first occurred 
in the 1920's. the second in the late 1930's and early 
1940's. and the third during World War II. when the Uni- 
versity expanded its facilities to accommodate Navy and 
Arm\ training programs on the campus. The 194i legis- 
lature projected a fourth period of building activity when 
it made appropriations of .$7,844,800 for permanent im- 
provements with which to expand the two-year Medical 
School at Chapel Hill to a four-year school with teaching 
hospital, build three new dormitories, greatly increase the 
capacity of the library, and expand the University's utili- 
ties and service plants. 

The University has already embarked upon a new era 
of service to the State. With a bright paft and the oppor- 
tunities for an even more brilliant future, the I niversity 
of North Carolina looks ahead with confidence and 
challenge. 



Page \( 




A portion of the 250 U\ IM 1. , i \\,„,ll,n 
indoor track or eight LomplcU- basketball 



(ivin floor (above) may be converted into an 
courts. Note adjustable backboard at lop left. 



■1^^^ 



Dumbarton Oaks. Fourteen foreign 
hange students are in the foreground. 



\ho constructed in late Colonial style archi- 
tecture are the women's dormitories ( Alderman 
right I. They form a quadrangle which adorns 
the eastern edge of the Coker .Arboretum. 




The Women's Gym, adjoining the main gym (right I. blocks the view of the 150 
by 49 feet outdoor pool from the highway. Both townspeople and students have 
enjoyed the pool through the summer months since its completion in .\ugust 1943. 





The "planetarium." as the actual instrument is ealled, continually receives its expert maintenance 
from Tony Jenzano (left). Director Roy K. Marshall delivers the expert commentary with each show. 



HOW TO SEE THE STARS 
THE SUN AND MOON OR MARS 

Want stars in your daydreams? Research scientists at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina have recently developed and perfected 
a process by which all the wonders of the celestial bodies can 
be viewed even on the brightest days. Where else for thirty- 
eight cents can one learn the position of the North Star? Yep. 
the boys who run that place can really use their dome. 

Opening its doors in 1950, the Planetarium has to date 
presented over one thousand shows. Being the only planetarium 
in the world on a college campus, it attracts innumerable tourists 
from out of state and the city and rural schools of North 
Carolina. 

The instrument itself was brought to the I'nited States from 
Jena, Switzerland at a cost of .175,000 and is now valued at 
$200,000. Receipts from ticket sales for shows are used in 
conjunction with a trust fund for the operation of the entire 
building. 



$3,000,000 poorer, John Motley Morehead pauses 
in front of his novel gift to the University. 



Page 170 





THE FIRST DYNASTY 
OF ARCHEOLOGY 

If you ever see a man who is Phi Beta 
Kappa. A.B., M.A., and Ph.D. from 
Princeton; who has studied at Bonn Lni- 
versity in Germany, and still has more 
friends than Gray has cigarettes, it's 
"ole" J. Penrose Harland. He would 
rather wear his track monogram which 
was awarded him for the 100-yard and 
220 than his Phi Bete key. 

J. P. entered the navy in 1917 at the end of his formal 
academic career. Out of the Navy in 19. he worked with 
advertising in New York for a year. Then it was off to Greece 
for thirteen months during '20-'21. There he worked at the 
excavations of Korinlh and Mycanae under scholarship as a 
Fellow of the Archeological Institute. Then he went to the 
University of Cincinnati from '23-'26 to teach in the Department 
of Classics. The call of the East and a fifteen months Guggenheim 
Fellowship took him back to Greece and Egypt. There he di- 




ction of thou-aiiil- of slides, 
iiaterial for day's classes. 




Til. (it-i i oi . I III mil at Prini-f'ton became Mrs. Harland six months 
latci. lliic llu\ ili-play prized possessions of middle Helladic period 
— a Ijronze inlaid knife and pottery dating back to the year 2,000 B.C. 



reeled diggings at Nemea, to disclose 
a civilization dating from 4,000 to 
1,100 B.C. 1929 and time to settle 
down, so to the University of North 
Carolina and a professorship of 
archaeology in the Department of 
Classics. 

A busy life for a man who always 
has time to talk to you — about any- 
thing. But he's still on top with the 
students, even after going in the hole 
most of his life. 



In a pose familiar to thousands of U.N.C. alumni, Dr. 
Harland renders his daily discourse ranging from the 
tomb of King Tut to the shaft graves of Mycenae. 



Ensign Harland, as he appeared in 
1918 while in the United States Navy. 




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Five minutes before dale arrives on tin- nifilit i>l ilit- .lance, 
David, while picking out necktie, is attracted Ijy oJur o( liair oil. 




I)n a Ihur-daN. a in<.ntli lufuir the dan,—. Ciiid) >cnut- ior lier Mid- 
Winters dale. L norientated freslinien seem surprisetl at this familiar scene. 



Unalile to f(jrt;et the delectable odor of the hair oil, David takes 
a few minutes from his shower to make a quick lavatory test. 




Unsatisfied with the original results of the lavatory test, 
David continues examination of hair oil en route to 



dance. In order to have temperature conditions at a constant 
level, Cindy adjusts the Armstrong heater of her coupe. 



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Cindy introduces David to Ray Anthony, popular orchestra leader, 
who brought his fellows to play for the dances. David confuses Ray 
with lavatory assistant, asks him to verify results of experiment. 



StiU en route, Cindy and David stop for short beer. Understanding friends 
leave two by themselves so their amorous glances will not be interrupted. 



BIG WEEK-END, BIG NAME BAND, BIG 
TWO DAY DATE, BIG PARTY, BIG HEAD 



The high spot of the normally dull winter quarter at the 
University of North Carolina is the Mid-Winter Dances, 
sponsored by the German Club. This is the time when 
coeds are forgotten and imports crowd the campus. Dur- 
ing Mid-Winters. Carolina gentlemen can show^ their 
friends from home the greatness 'and the magnificence 
of the L niversitv. while indulging in mild social activity. 
The y acA- cameraman has recorded on these pages for 
prosperity the highspots of this week-end of a typical 
Carolina couple. Cindy Gibson and David Schermerhorn. 




Cindy prepares a mild stimulant for exhausted David, who is 
resting from concentrated effort on experiment. Enterprising Cindy 
later collects gas money by stimulating others with left overs. 




During intermission, David forgets science to discuss aesthetics with 
Cindy. Both are good students and are prone to discuss such matters. 




Cindy returns roiniil.tply r\hau-lp.l date to fraleniily hiiii-.f. David 
discovered roommate had placed anti-freeze in bottle on dresser. End. 




riiiii In ;;aiiM iinir. groumlkfeps roll back protective canvas from 
plaviiin held. Ea{;er spectators rush to the 44.000 seats. The other 






33.980 spectators are still in the woods. \r\ attendant (center) 
is going to the field house to wake up the players for the game. 



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Bareheaded stu<lents brave abnormal 14° weather to present their famous Finished product of bareheaded students is shown above. Only Carolina 

stunts — cards, that is. fans notice mispelling of Dock. 




Fans arriving in Chapel Hill for first time grope way through Kenan 
Woods; are finally attracted to stadium by Old Crows circling overhead. 



Flashy music by unpredictable Dook band enlightens fans even more 
than crowds' spirits. 



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quate space not only on South Building steps, hut also in Emerson Stadium 



hasehall field. After game traffic jams are alleviated by exit through gale 
(center right). Men's dorms and Monogram Cluh appear in background. 



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Tension, Refreshments, Make For High Spirits 

There is a football game every year between U.N.C. and 
Duke University. People who are for Carolina sit on the 
south side of Kenan Stadiuiti and yell like hell for 
Carolina. People who are for Duke sit on the north side 
in the sun and yell obscenities at Carolina. The side who 
can yell the loudest has the best cheering section. People 
watch the game between yelling and taking short snorters. 
After the referee blows the whistle, spectators pick up 
their blankets, bury the dead soldiers under the seats, 
and go their partying ways. 





Allman and Head Cheerleader Chambliss reluctantly turn 
over traditional Victory Bell to Dook. 



Glimpse of Dook coed and realization of the final score 
(7-0) proves too much for the ardent U.N.C. sophomore. 




T"^ "Oiif of llif girls." l)ored sober, tries to mak 
^ contact with man at next table while unsuspecl 
ing date flounders helplessly on her shouldei 



"Apache cowboy," unaccustomed to fast hoedown 
has difficult time trying to brand a wild filly 



e boys next iloor (the Phi Delta Thelal were having their Bowery Ball the enabled boys (and their dates) to migrate from one parlv (n the other. In 

lie night of the "Apache Parly." .'^ome costumes were identical, which most cases the costume styles were irrehnanl: ihr .n.wd Icill.iw.d the girls. 





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Proprietors of the "house" help 
the guests find their right places. 



VIVE LE 
SOIREE 



There is nothing hke a CaroHna party and any gathering of 
Tar Heels usually turns out to be a party. For this issue, 
the Y ack photographer covers the Parisian Ball given by 
the Chi Phi fraternitv in their house somewhere in Chapel 
Hill. Spring and parties go hand in hand on college cam- 
puses. At Carolina, any season and parties go hand in hand, 
except that in Chapel Hill the spring steps business up more 
than somewhat. 



[Couple having decided to "sit one out" take an opportunity to discuss sonn 
mportant points of interest which they came up again^it while danrinfi. 





Dates who are unaccustomed to attending rowdy parties manage somehow to 
put up a good front until it is over, with the constant encouragement of escorts. 

Orchestra arrives at 2:00 A. M. to help party la>t "til 5 oVlock wlien 
girls have to leave fraternity houx-: ( ou|ilr (below I make sweet music together. 




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with no unpleasant a fter-taste 



JOAN FONTAINE is just like 
you and everybody else, today. She 
wants the cigarette that gives her 
the most for the money. She makes 
the Chesterfield Mildness Test and 
Always Buys Chesterfields. 



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and Joan Fontaine enjoy a Chesterfield while he 
shows her his new Stereo Realist camero. 



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School of Social Work 




ARTHUR E. FINK 
Dean of the School 



On September 1, 1950 the School of Social Work succeeded the Division of Public Welfare and Social Work of the 
Graduate School. This change to a graduate professional school was a natural culmination of the many years of labor 
reaching back to 1920. Originally developed by Howard W. Odum in the School of Public Welfare, it expanded as an 
integral part of the School of Public Administration. Later it became the Division of Public Welfare and Social Work 
in the Graduate School. 

It was in this School that the early emphasis was upon training workers for the public social services, especially public 
welfare in rural areas. Since the 1920's, hundreds of workers have been trained who are now occupying useful posi- 
tions in North Carolina's County welfare departments. State Welfare Department, regional and federal offices of the 
Social Security Administration, as well as in teaching and administrative positions in national and international wel- 
fare services. 

The training program, which leads to the Master's Degree in Social Work, combines classroom courses and field 
instruction in social welfare agencies, such as county welfare departments, Red Cross, Family service, Child guid- 
ance clinics. State mental hospitals, children's institutions, and adoption agencies. It is into these services that its 
graduates go. Within the past several years it has participated in the training program for psychiatric social workers, 
stimulated by the United States Public Health Service and State Mental Health authorties. 

The School is a member of the American Association of Schools of Social Work. Its dean is Arthur E. Fink, a graduate 
of the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work. 



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK FACULTY 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Evolyn Lynch, Arthur E. Fink, Deon; Mrs. Isobellc K. Corter 
SECOND ROW: Roy Gould, Floyd Hunter, Gordon W. Blockwell, Alon Keith-Lucas 




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First 
Year 



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FIRST YEAR CLASS (SOCIAL WORK) 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Brady Smith, Jock Hoyle, Joe Whitener, Stacy Leotherwood, Barbara Horton, Noncy Lee Erwin, 
Juonito Henry, Dorothy Bollard, Leonard Yorensky • SECOND ROW: Williom W. Mullen, Herman Sisk, Edna L. Fussell, Virginia 
Bottensby, Bino Scott Roberts, Claro Ogilvie, Morie K. Jones, Clora Bond, Catherine Hortley, Eleanor Van Poole, A. C. Warmon, 
Barrie Reid, Moryonne Brown, Eugene E. Deal, Richard Cochran, 



SECOND YEAR CLASS (SOCIAL WORK) 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Fairfox Mitchell, John Hodgin, Mox Cook, W. G. Hill, Elizabeth Wil 
Brown, Beth Davis, Margaret Crist, Elizabeth Adams, Nina Lide, Elizobeth Robinson. 



on • SECOND ROW: Marilyn 




Second 
Year 




E. A. BRECHT 
Dean of the School 



Pharmacy Senate 

The Pharmacy Senate was founded at the University of North Carolina 
in February, 1940, through the efforts of Dr. Edward A. Brecht, profes- 
sor of Materia Medica. Membership is Umited to the student body of 
the School of Pharmacy. 

The purpose of the Senate is the stimulation of an increased knowledge 
of the profession by free discussion of its various phases, and to promote 
inter-class friendship and cooperation within the School of Pharmacy. 

In addition to the regular meetings, held every other Tuesday night, 
prominent speakers are engaged to present programs to the Pharmacy 
student body. 




Betty Blonchord 
Charles Blanton 
Earl Brown 
Loy Roy Burris 
Charles C. Campbell 



Barbara B. Carson 
Ralph E. Carter 
Harold Day 
James P. Greene, 

Secretary-Treasu 
William C. Griftin, 

Recorder 



Claxton Harris 
Ben Horward 
Truman Hudson 
Beatrice Kaminetzky 
Hampton Langdon 



Weldon C. Matthews 
Larry B. McAllister, 

Parliamentarian 
Sam Price, Reporter 
William H. Randall 
Harry C. Stone 



Betty Tate Sparks 

Sam Thome 

C. C. Turner 

Lloyd M. Whaley, President 

Earl G. Willioms 



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THIRD YEAR OFFICERS 
Seated: Betty Blanchard, Secretory- 
Treosurer; Jock Friday, President. 
Standing: A. W. Clelland. Vice- 
President. 




School of Pharmacy 

A new year arrived, and with it a new class of freshmen. Orientation, registration, accUmation — all these things were experi- 
enced by the incoming freshmen. 

During the fall quarter, there were lectures, labs, and examinations, but there were other things besides work. The North 
Carolina Pharmaceutical Association Student Branch solicited new members and presented entertaining programs. There was 
a freshman picnic, the Pharmacy Girls' Christmas party, the Senate meetings, and fraternity rushing. 

The year passed quickly. There was the annual Pharm.acy week-end with its dance and picnic, the Lilly trip to Indianapolis 
for juniors and seniors, and then finals. The year was gone, but all was not over. There was the night when awards were 
given to outstanding students, parties honoring the seniors, and graduation. It was good-bye for some, but they retained four 
years of memories and a good education which would help them in their chosen profession of pharmacy. 



PHARMACY FACULTY 
IS, Mr. A. W. Jowdy, Dr. Fred Semeniuk, Dr. H. O. Thompson, De 
L. Hoy. Not Pictured: Mr. H. J. Schoefter. 



E. A. Brecht, Prof. I. W. Rose, 




Allen, Robert Eugene Shelby 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi, President (3): NCPA (1, 2. 3. 4); 
\'ice-PresicIent Pharmacy School (2. 4J. 



Allen, William Franklin 

U.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa P.ti : K, 

Anderson, Arthur Alexander 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappn Pxi. 

Bain, Jones Douglas, Jr. 

B.S. IN PHAR.MACY. Phi Thlta Chi: 
(1. •-'. 3. 4). 

Barnett, Jimmie 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Dtlta Chi. 

Season, Robert Hoyle 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi IMtii Chi: 



NCPA (1 



Cherryville 

NCPA (4); Band (1, 2. 3). 

West Asheville 



Clayton 

uncil (3, 4); YMCA 

Henderson 
Boiling Springs 



Collins, Robert Eugene 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. Secretary (4); I'l 
School (4); YMCA (1. 2. 3. 4). 

Davis, William Edward 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (3. 41. 

Deaton, Charles Edward 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (1, 2. 3, 4). 

Dukes, Wyndham S. 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. 

Fisher, Paul Lewis 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. Secretary -Treasurer 

Grantham, James Gordon 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (4). 



Plymouth 

iident of I'liarinacy 

Warrenton 
Liberty 
Gibson 



Jonesville 

Phi Delta Chi. 

Wilmington 



Booth, M.irgaret Frances Apex 

B.S. IN l'H.\HMAC\'. Kiippa Epsilon, Vice-President (4); WAA (2, 3, 4i; 
Awaiil-. Cliairiiiaii ( .1 1 ; CICA (I, 2): YWCA (1, 4): Basketball Club (2, 3. 
4): I'lianiiacy dirk' .X-S'iociation. President (4); NCPA (2. 3. 4). 

Bryant, Alvin Durham 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi: NCPA (1. 2. 3. 4>. 

Carson, Barbara Bess Sylva 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Epsilon. Pre.<ident (41; Secretary of Class 
(2); Glee Club (1, 2): Sound and Fury (II: YWCA (1); Western N. C. 
Club (I. 2, 3); NCPA (1, 2, 4i. Treasurer (4); Pharmacy Senate (4); 
WAA Council (2). 

Carter, Ralph Edward, Jr. Roxobel 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. Vice-President (4); Phi Delta Chi: Pliarrna- 
cy Senate (4); NCPA (4); President of Class (3. 4). 

Cash, William Davis 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. Khi, 

Clodfelter, Walter Allen 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: I 



Bakersville 
Glee Club (3): NCPA (4i; Pharmacy 



Beulaville 



Greene, James Paul 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Ps, 
Senate, Secretary (4). 

Gresham, John William 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

Griffin, William Cicero Rose Hill 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi, Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Pharmacy 
Senate (3, 4). Recorder (4); Secretary-Treasurer of Class (2, 4); NCP,'^ 
(1, 2. 3, 4). 



Harward, Benjamin Russell 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Eta Sigma: Rho Ch 
Pharmacy Senate (: 
Counselor (4) ; Men 



Moncure 

Kappa Psi, Historian (4): 
NCPA (1. 2. 3, 4), President (4); Orientation 
Honor Council (4). 



Spindale 
Asheboro 

cy Senate (1, 2) ; NCPA (2. 41. 



Herring, Willard Isaiah 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Sigma Phi Kiisilaii. 

Horton, John Palmer, Jr. 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. 



Clinton 



N. Wilkesboro 



School of Pharmacy 








Allen, R. E. 


Allen, W. F. 


Anderson 


Bain 


Barnett 


Season 


Booth 


Bryant 


Carson 


Carter 


Cosh 


Clodfelter 


Collins 


Davis 


Deoton 


Dukes 


Fisher 


Grantham 


Greene 


Gresham 


Griffin 


Harward 


Herring 


florton 



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Hudson, Ray Truman 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi, Secretary (2) 
tleiit (4); Pharmacy Senate (2, 3. 4): NCPA (1, 2, 3, 4) 

McAllister, Larry Bikle 

B.S. IN PHARMACY, Kauiia Psi; Pharmacy Senate (2, 
tarian (4); NCP.\ (1, 2, 3, 4). Executive Member (4); 
(2, 3) ; Card Board (2). 

McCormac, Douglas Alexander 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. 

McGee, James Conrad, Jr. 

B.S. IN PHARM.^CY. Phi Delta Chi: NCPA (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Moore, Kenneth Earl 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. 

Moore, Milton Alvin, Jr. 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi. 

Pegram, Sarah Bradshaw 

B.S. IN PHARMACY, Alpha Delta Pi, Recordine Secretary 
Epsilon, President (4); Dean's Cabinet (4); YWCA (2. 3); 
Secretary-Treasurer of Pharmacy School (41; Pharmacy Girls' 
President (4). 

Reese, Joe Neal 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa P.ti. 

Roberts, Douglas Allen 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

Robertson, William Neal 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi 

Sauls, Harold Bruce 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

Setzer, William Fletcher 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Pi Kappa Phi 



Hickory 

Treasurer (3), Presi- 



Mt. Pleasant 

3. 4), Parliamen- 
Democratic Clui) 



Maxton 



Asheville 



Selma 



Tarboro 



Apex 

(4); Kappa 
NCPA (4); 
Association, 



NCPA (2. 3. 4). 



NCP.\ (2. 3. 4). Secretary (4). 



Kannapolis 

Fayetteville 

Laurenburg 

Raleigh 



Shepherd, Dale Melvin 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa P.i. 
Speight, Elias Carr 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rhrj Chi. 



Ball 

Rocky Mount 

rni. 

Stone, Harry Curtis, Jr. Lumberton 

B.S. IN PHARM.\CY. Phi Delta Chi: Pharmacy Senate (4i; NCPA (1, 3. 
4); YMCA (1. 4); Secretary-Treasurer of Dorm (4). 

Swearngan, Clarence Leroy Charlotte 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: NCPA (1, 2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4). 

Turner, Christopher C, Jr. Durham 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Pharmari, Senate (4) ; NCPA. Treasurer (3) ; Varsity 
Soccer (1). 

Van Valkenburgh, William Boling Asheville 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: President of Cla.ss (2); NCPA (1, 2, 
3. 4); Vice-President of Pliarmacy School (4). 

Vinson, Joe B. Wilson Mills 

B. S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. 

Ward, Wilbur Shepherd Swannanoa 

B.S, IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: Class Officer (3). 

Welsh, Olin Henderson Lumberton 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi: Vice-President of Class (1); NCPA (1, 
2. 3. 4). 

Whaley, Lloyd Milton Beulaville 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: Pharmacy Senate (2, 3. 4i. President 

(1); NCPA (I, 2, 3, 4). 



NCPA (2, 3. 4). 



Morganton 



Williams, Earl Gaston 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delta Chi: Phan 
(1, 2, 3, 4); President of Class (1). 

Yandle, Howard Avant 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi: NCPA (1, 



Gastonia 

cy Senate (2, 3, 4); NCPA 



Charlotte 



Fourth Year Class 




Hudson 


McAllister 


McCormac 


McGce 


Moore, K. E. 


Moore, M. A., Jr, 


Pegram 


Reese 


Roberts 


Robertson 


Souls 


Setzer 


Shepherd 


Speight 


Stone 


Swearngan 


Turner 


Van Valkenburgh 


Vinson 


Word 


Welsh 


Whaley 


Willioms 


Yandle 



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Pharmacy School... Third Year Class 



Firsl Row: Nick Harry Batuyios, Wilmington; 
Bruce Brooks Beddingfield, Phi Delia Cbi, 
Clayton; Elizabeth Blanchard. Wallace; Robert 
Timothy Britt, Kat)pa Psi, Raleigh; Baylos 
Cade Brooks, Fayetteville. 



Second Row: Earl Triplett Brown, Kappa Psi, 
Leicester; Margaret Carolyn Burgess, Kappa 
Epulon. Broadway; Loy Ray Burris, Jr., Kappa 
Pti. Valdese; Leo Harrison Carter, Kappa Psi. 
Thomasville; Alec W. Clelland, Jr., Kappa Psi. 
Wake Forest. 



Third Row: Henry Paul Cogdell, Goldsboro ; 
Herman Hallet Daniels, Colerain; Harold Vann 
Day, Kappa Psi, Spruce Pine; Robert Brittain 
Fairley, Sigma Nu, Salisbury; James Hugh 
Fletcher, Kappa Psi, DrexeL 



Fourth Row: John Paul Friday, Dallas; Keith 
Norman Fulbright, Greensboro; James Simpson 
Greene, Kappa Psi. Glen Alpine; Joseph Clax- 
ton Harris, Phi Delia Thela, Phi Delia Chi. 
Durham; Joseph Earl Hatcher, Chmquapin. 



Pijih Row: Harry Lynn Hauss, China Grove; 
Clayburn Irvm Hawkins, Madison ; Worthe 
Seymour Holt, Apex; William Donald Hortun, 
Pi Kappa Phi. North Wilkesboro; Beatrice 
Blanche Kaminetzky, Durham. 



Sislh Row: Morris Edward Merritt, Delta Phi 
Alpha, Lake Waccamaw; Daniel Calvin Mc- 
Kinnon, Biseol; John LaFayette Mullen, Hun- 
tersville; Tralia Andrew Pappas, Charlotte; 
Mary Frances Parsons, Kappa Epsiloti, Winston- 
Salem ; George Leon Pittman, Micro. 



Serei/lh Ron: Sam Howard Price, Jr., Kappa 
Psi. Morresville; William Hurley Randall, Jr., 
Phi Delta Chi, Falcon; Hubert Newton Rogers, 
Jr., Kappa Psi. Fair Bluff; Gilbert Clark Rus- 
sell, Kappa Psi, Greensboro; John Marshall 
Sasser, Kappa Psi. Smithfield; Betty Tate Sparks, 
Draper. 



Eighth Row: James Ambler Speight, Kappa 
Psi. Rocky Mount ; William Lewis Summey. 
Dallas; Sam T. Thorne, Kappa Psi. Charlotte; 
AUene Marie Warren, Alpha Gamma Delta. 
Kappa Epsilon, Dunn ; John Henry Welborn, 
Lexington ; Glenwood Lee Williams, Godwin. 




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Pharmacy 

School, 

Second 

Year 

Class 



F/rst Row: 

Joseph Furman Bland, Kappj Psr Thomasville 

Charles Donald Blantun, Kjpp.i Psi Kings Mountain 

Charles Clifford Campbell, Phi Delia Chi Maiden 

Rowe Bogle Campbell, Jr., Kappa Psi Taylorsville 

Barbara Louise Dillard Willard 

Lelon Cary Dollar, Phi Delta Chi Apex 

Clyde J. Duvall Murphy 

Second Row: 

Jerry Thomas Gaylord, Kappa Psi Wintersville 

Robert Lenwood George, Jr., Alpha Tan Oiiieg,a Roanoke Rapids 

George Wesley Harris, Phi Delia Chi Durham 

David Thomas Hix Harmony 

Helen Jcanette Hunter Westfield 

Wallace Lee Johnson Conway 

Delton Graham King Fayetteville 

Third Row: 

Carl Mumford Kirby, Phi Delta Chi Wilson 

F. Hampton Langdon Four Oaks 

Weldon C. Matthews Morehead City 

William James Miller, Phi Delta Chi Hickory 

Jacquelyn Lee O'Neal Louisburg 

Waller Stephen Perrow, Kappa Psi. Phi Eta Sigma Bedford, Va. 

Noah Jones Simpson Glen Alpine 

Fourth Row: 

Roger H. Sloop, Kappa Psi North Wilkesboro 

Edward Marvin Smith Matthews 

Martha Ann Smith Warsaw 

Emory Milner Watson, Kappa Psi Sanford 

Joseph G. White, Kappa Psi Burlington 

John Coit Wright Polkton 












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Pharmacy 
School, 
First Year 
Class 



Fhst Rotr: George Collier Blake, Chadbourn; 
Thomas Richard Bostian, Landis; Edward 
Luther Bradshaw, Jr., Kinston; Eleanor Gray 
Bullock, Fayetteville ; Thomas Reeves Burgiss, 
Sparta. 



Second Ron:- Ernest Clyde Camp, Jr., Roanoke 
Rapids; Fred Richard Charles, Winston-Salem; 
Alfred Franklin Cole, Jr., Raeford; Millard 
Dalton Denson, Burlington; David Astor 
Dowdy, Jr., High Point. 



Third Row: Alexander Robert Duncan, Ral- 
eigh; Oscar Allen Elmore, Jr., Clinton; Junious 
Franklin Ferguson, Jr., Durham ; Clarence 
Graham Fisher, Clinton; Calvin Moore Floyd, 
Roanoke Rapids. 



Fourlh Row: William Leach Frostick, Maxton; 
Joe Paul Gamble, Monroe ; Charles Byrd Gilles- 
pie, Jr., Burnsville; Eugene Walden Hackney, 
Sanford; Don Rea Hedrick, Denton. 



Fifth Row: John Clegg Hcrrin, Albemarle; 
Elbert Neal Herring, Clinton; Thomas Francis 
Kostic, Chapel Hill; William Peayce Lee, 
Fuquay Springs; William Monroe Lovelace, Jr., 
Mooresboro. 



S/.\/h Row: James Franklin Lowder, Albemarle; 
Joyce Evangeline Nelson, Littleton; Eugenia 
Legg Overton, Southern Pines; Billie Ephraim 
Pittman, Princeton; Robert Maynard Pope, 
Roanoke Rapids. 



Sevenib Ron: James Ronald Pritchett, Cres- 
well; Ted Eugene Ridenhour, Concord; James 
Clack Robinson, Jr., Littleton; Willis Breed- 
love Shaw, Roanoke Rapids; Roy Cornelius 
Shepherd, Jr., Lexington ; Frankklin R. Smith, 
Black Creek. 



Eighth Row: Ralph Wright Smith, Jr., Kinston; 
Edward Kime Sneed, Durham ; Robert Lewis 
Stephenson, Garysburg ; John Wesley Wagner, 
Cramerton ; Murphy Thomas Wagner, Jr., 
Durham; Robert Payne Wolfe, Monroe. 



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Pharmacy Dedication 




PROFESSOR I. W. ROSE 

After a lifetime of senice to pharmacy. Professor Ira Winfield Rose is retiring from teach- 
ing. Professor Rose graduated from the School of Pharmacy of the University of North 
Carolina in 1906. Upon graduation, he entered the retail field of pharmacy and always 
strived to further its professional development. In 1931, Professor Rose was called to the 
University to help in educating the future pharmacists of America, and he responded, as 
always, to this call to duty from his alma mater. Since that time he has been the Professor 
of Practical Pharmacy. He is more than a teacher; he is a friend. He has always been eager 
to assist the students whenever they need help, either professionally or personally, and, in so 
doing, he has created an example of a pharmacist that we are all eager to follow. 

Professor Rose has served North Carolina in every capacity. Not only has he been a teacher and 
served twice as Acting Dean of the School of Pharmacy, but he has been President and Acting 
Secretary-Treasurer of the North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association, Editor of the Carolina 
Journal of Pharmacy, and a member of the State Board of Pharmacy for many years. 
Now, he is going to get a well deserved rest, although we cant imagine our Professor Rose 
idle and really don't expect him to be so. We are glad to see him get his chance to relax, but 
we are sorry to lose such a good teacher. We shall continue to cherish his friendship, and so, 
with warmest regards and sincerest gratitude, we dedicate this pharmacy section to Professor 
Rose. 



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School 

of 

Dentistry 




J. C. BRAUER 
Dean of the School 



The University of North CaroUna officially opened its doors 
to dental education on September 18, 195(1, by admitting 
forty students to the first class. There can never be another 
"first class" in the history of this University or State. These 
thirty-nine young men and one young lady, who four years 
hence will be the first to be graduated from the University 
of North Carolina School of Dentistry, have been charged 
with a great responsibility in the establishment of high 
standards of ethics and practice. 

The creation of a School of Dentistry, now an integral unit 
of the Division of Health Affairs, was made possible by an 



Act of the State Legislature in 1949. Dentistry, using the 
facilities of the School of Medicine for basic science instruc- 
tion, also has quarters in two quonset huts and in Miller 
Hall. The new clinical building for the School of Dentistry 
will be completed during 1952, and it will occupy an area 
just south of the Schools of Medicine and Public Health. 

In addition to the undergraduate program leading to the 
degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery, the new building will 
provide facilities for graduate and postgraduate instruction 
as well as for the training of Dental Hygienists. 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Cecil Rhodes Lupton, Clyde Newton McCoM, Albert Purcell Cline, Jr., Charles Frederick Harless, Jr., Willis Kenneth Young, 
George Loren Edwards, Jr., LeRoy Koonce Heath, Joe Henry Westmoreland, Albert Vernon Coble • SECOND ROW: Mock Dolphus Bissette, Jr., Mett 
Bagley Ausley, Alexander Jones Biddell, Donald Ray Droughon, Charles Forbes Parker, Wolloce Rudolph Ross, Almond Dwight Price, Ferby Glen 
Gaither • THIRD ROW: Henry Otis Lineberger, Jr., Dwight Lanier Clark, Dwight Beam Hord, Robert Earl Furr, Wesley Stuckey Sineath, Lewis Wells 
Lee, Ludwig Gaston Scott • FOURTH ROW: Gene Lewis Reese, James Boyd Lewis, James Alonza Leggette, Linzy Price Megginson, Jr., Robert Lee 
Daniel, Alan Leonord Stoddard • FIFTH ROW: William Francis Fowler, Cecil Bascomb Hall, Charles Willson Hughes, John Temple Gobbel, Jr., Zyba 
Kathryn Massey • SIXTH ROW: Lawrence Angus Cameron, Lloyd Butler Stanley, James Alexander Foust, Jr., Cornie Clayton Gooding. 





DENTAL SCHOOL OFFICERS 

First Row; 

Dwight Beam Hord, President 

Albert Purcell Cline, Jr., Vice-President 

Second Row: 

Zybo Kathryn Mossey, Secretory 

Charles F. Parker, Treasurer 



James A. Leggette, Jr., 

Chairman ot Honor Council 




The new modern building for the School of Dentistry, to 
be attached to the south end of the Medical-Public Health 
Building, is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate 
instruction and for the training of Dental Hygienists. There 
will be one large infirmary with fifty-five chairs and units, a 



separate children's clinic, and a prosthetic infirmary. Modern 
facilities, also, are provided for examinations, and for oral 
surgery and orthodontic treatments. The building is to be 
completed early in 1952, and plans are to activate the clinic 
during the summer of 1952. 



PROPOSED BUILDING FOR SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 




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School of Law . . . 1951 




HENRY BRANDIS, JR. 
Dean of the School 



With a slight decrease in enrollment, the School of Law opened 
its one hundred and tifty-sixt-h session in September. Directed by 
Henry Brandis, Jr., in his second year as Dean, the school entered 
what is perhaps one of its greatest periods of service and growth. 
The new addition to Manning Hall was not completed for 
opening date, as originally planned, but the new building, pro- 
viding much needed library and classroom facilities, is expected 
to be ready for use in 1951. 

The Law School Association, an organization consisting of all 
law students, performs through its otScers and class representa- 
tives a vital function in the work of the Law School, emphasizing 
the development of an extracurricular program, of legal education 
closely integrated with the academic program of the School. 

After conducting the orientation of entering students, the Law 
School Association continues its work with the organization and 
supervision of law club arguments, an activity in which all stu- 



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dents participate. This activity, together with the sponsoring of a speakers' 
program which presents a number of the outstanding members of the legal 
profession, serves to enrich the education of all law students. 

In addition to sponsoring several social events each year, including a reception 
for Alum.ni, the Association attempts to help the graduating students through 
the services of a placement committee. 

Under he direct supervision of the students and with faculty guidance, the 
Koiih Carolina Ltiu Review, in its twenty-ninth year of publication, is issued 
quarterly during the academic year to lawyers and law schools throughout the 
nation. Editors and members of the staff are chosen from the upper classes 
on the basis of scholastic attainment. 

Manning Hall, the present home of the School of Law, was erected in 1923 and was named for John Manning, a distin- 
guished professor in the School from 1881 until 1899. The addition to Manning Hall, now nearing completion, will approx- 
imately double the size of the building, and will provide library, classroom, student work room, and office facilities which 
should prove adequate for present and forseeable future needs. The auditorium included in the new addition will solve a 
long standing problem by enabling the Law School to integrate more satisfactorily both its acedemic and extracurricular 
programs. 




OFFICERS OF LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AND NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 

FIRST ROW, Left to Rinht: H. Smith Williams, Secretary, L.S.A.; Alice N. Wotkins, Treasurer, L.S.A.; Hubert B. Humphery, Jr., Editor-in-Chiet, N.C.L.R.; 

" ence N. Gilbert, President, L.S.A. • SECOND ROW: William Braxton Schell, Associate Editor, N.C.L.R.; Lindsay C. Warren, Jr., Associate Editor, 



N.C.L.R.; Charles E. Ki 



Council, L.S.A. 




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Law 

School, 

Third 

Year 

Class 



First Row: George Foust Bason, Raleigh; Lester U. Chalmers, Jr., Raleigh; Walter Calvin 
Clark, Phi Delia Phi, Canton; John Frederick Coplin, Kappa Alpha, Elberton, Ga.; Blair 
Lorimer Daily, Phi Alpha Delia. Burlington ; John Edwin Davenport, Delta Theta Phi. 
Nashville. 

Second Row: lulius Gladstone Dees, Jr., Bayboro; Wright T. Dixon, Jr., Chapel Hill; 
Lloyd S. Elkin's, Jr., Bladenboro; Robert L. Emanuel, Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh; Don Evans, 
Enfield ; Glade Frederick Flake, Phi Alpha Delta. Charlotte, 

Third Row: Alvah Walland Flynn, Jr., Asheville; Cyrus Clifford Frazier, Jr., Greensboro; 
John Ralph Frid.iy, Kappa Sigma. Phi Delta Phi. Dallas; Brice Belmont Gambill, Jefferson; 
John Edward Giles, Phi Alpha Delta. Glen Alpine; Clarence Newell Gilbert, Asheville. 

Fourth Row: John Lazzrus Green, Alpha Tail Omega. Charlotte; William Edgar Greene, 
Delta Theta Phi. Chapel Hill; Benjamin D. Haines, Delta Theta Phi. Durham; Robert 
Thomas Haire, Winston-Salem; Gene Harold Hall, Phi Alpha Delta. Brevard; Claude 
Wayland Harris, Kinston. 

Fifth Row: Hunter Dalton Heggie, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, East Flat Rock; 
Perry Cleveland Henson, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Alpha Delta. Otto; Vernon Talmadge Hiatt, 
Mount Airy; Marvin Vale Horton, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Phi. Farmville; Kenneth 
Richard Hoyle, Sanford; Hubert B.' Humphrey, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma 
Pi. Lumberton. 




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First Row: M. Alice Hunt, Oxford; Jesse Clyde Johnson, Jr., Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, 
Mayotan; John Powell Jones, High Point; Edmund O. Kenion, Delia Theta Phi, Hills- 
boro; Sidney Williams Lancaster, Union, S. C. ; Peter Edward Lavin, Phi Alpha Delta. 
Chapel Hill. 

Second Row: Roddey Miller Ligoii, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Spindale; Thomas Ashe Lockhart, 
Phi Delia Phi. Charlotte; John Thomas Morrisey, Delta Pii. Phi Beta Kappa, Delia Theta 
Phi. Chapel Hill; Tom D. Parker, Delta Thela Phi. Raleigh; Herbert Orlandah Phillips, III, 
Delia Theta Phi. Morehead City; George J. Rabil, Wilson. 

Third Row: Wilmer Ray Rollins, Delia Thela Phi, Bethel; William Braxton Schell, 
Zeta Pii, Phi Delta Phi. Raleigh ; Keith Smith, Greensboro ; James Robert Spence, Lilling- 
ton; David Boyette Stevens, Kappa Alpha. Chapel Hill; Thomas H. Suddarth, Jr., Oxford. 

Fourth Row: John B. Swainson, Delia Thela Phi. Chapel Hill; Willis Arthur Talton, 
Phi Alpha Delia. Oxford ; George Francis Taylor, Delta Thela Phi. Richlands ; Mason Page 
Thomas, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Siler Gty; William Lewis Thorp, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Phi Eta 
Sigma, Delta Kappa Epsiton, Rocky Mount; Louie Shafter Tinsley, Jr., Chapel Hill. 

Fifth Row: John Harvey Turner, Pink Hill; Percy Lee Wall, Delia Theta Phi, Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Winston-Salem; William Tucker Washburn, New York, N. Y.; Donald Alan 
Williams, Chapel Hill; H. Smith Williams, Delia Theta Phi. Yadkinville; Lemuel Mabon 
Williford, Fayetteville ; Franklin Wilson Winfree, Summerfield. 



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pint Row: Ike Franklin Andrews, Phi Alpha 
Delia. Bonlee; James Davis Blount, Jr., Sigma 
Chi, Phi Alpha Delta, Wilson; William Haywood 
Bobbitt, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte; Joseph 
Francis Bowen, Greenville. 



Second Row: Roland Clifton Braswell, Phi Alpha 
Delta. Goldsboro ; William Franklin Brock, Theta 
Chi. Cana; Berlin H. Carpenter, Jr., Crouse; Ben 
E. Carson, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Ruther- 
fordton. 



Third Row: Thomas Duncan Cooper, Jr.. Sigma 
Alpha Epulon, Phi Delta Phi. Burlington; Tench 
Charles Coxe, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta 
Phi. Asheville; Ernest Lucius Currin, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Olivia ; Vernon Fletcher Daughtridge, Delta 
Theta Phi. Rocky Mount. 



Fourth Rotr: Raymond E. Dunn, New Bern; Wil- 
liam Harold Edwards, Leaksville; Harper John- 
ston Flam, III, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi, 
Chapel Hill; Wmfred Reynolds Ervin, Phi Alpha 
Delta. Chapel Hill. 



Fifth Row: Robert Lee Farmer, Greensboro; Hugh 
Perry Fortescue, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Theta Phi, 
Washington; Homer Benjamin Friday, Jr., Delta 
Theta Phi. Salisbury; Nathan Henry Godwin, Dur- 
ham. 



5/.v/>'- Row: Hugh Patrick Griffin, Jr., Phi Delta 
Phi. Kappa Sigma. Reidsville; Richard Lapsley 
Griffin, Phi Delta Phi, Asheville; S. Dean Ham- 
rick, Phi Delta Phi, Shelby; Paul Alexander John- 
ston, Phi Delta Phi. Smithfield. 



Seventh Row: Samuel Henry Johnson, Phi Dell.i 
Phi, Magnolia ; Lamar Jones, Delta Theta Phi, 
Newport; Robert W. Kirby, Delta Theta Phi. 
Canton; Robert Henry Koonts, Phi Delia Theta. 
Phi Delta Phi. High Point. 



Eighth Row: Charles Franklin Lambeth, Phi 
Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Delta, Thomasville; 
James Conrad Lanier, Jr., Greenville; Jack W. 
Lasley, Chapel Hill ; James Buren Ledford, Chapel 
Hill; James Richard Lewis, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi 
Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, High Point. 



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Second Year 



First Row: William Fife Long, Beta Thetj Pi, Phi 
Alphj Delta, Thomasvilie; Thomas Hill Matthews, 
Kapp.i Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta. Rocky Mount; 
Webster Stevens Medlin, Mt. Pleasant; Eslie Leroy 
Miller, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Hickory. 



Second Row: William L. Mills, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. 
Concord ; Thomas Milton Moore, Delta Theta Phi. 
Wilson ; William Clyde Morris, Jr., Sigma Chi, 
Delta Theta Phi, Brevard ; Charles Byers Nye, Phi 
Delta Phi. Lumberton. 



Third Row: Dotson George Palmer, Phi Delta Phi. 
./^sheville; Paul K. Plunkett, Phi Delta Phi. Au- 
gusta, Ga.; Edwin Boyd Robbins, Kannapolis; 
Michael Anderson Roberts, Phi Delta Phi. Chapel 
Hill. 



Fourth Row: Myron Howard Ross, Greensboro; 
A. Max Ruppe, Phi Alpha Delta. Mooresboro; 
James Lee Seay, Pi Kappa Phi. Delta Theta Phi, 
Spencer; Samuel George Shahade, Johnstown, Pa. 



Fifth Row: William George Shahade, Phi Alpha 
Delta. Johnstown, Pa. ; William F. Simpson, Er- 
win; Clyde Branscome Smith, Leaksville; William 
Marshall Smith, Si,i:.ma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Phi Delta Phi. Chapel Hill. 



Sixth Row: David Leroy Strain, Jr., Alpha Tan 
Omega, Phi Delta Phi. Raleigh; Nelson Whitford 
Taylor, III, Theta Chi. Beaufort; Itimous Thad- 
deus Valentine, Jr., Nashville; Earl W. Vaugnli, 
Phi Delia Phi, Reidsville. 



Seienth Row: James Knox Walker, High Point; 
Alice Newell Watkins, Washington, D. C. ; Lonnie 
Lawrence Weathers, Rolesville; Charles Muir 
Welling. Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: Robert Lee Whitmire, Jr., Delta 
Theta Phi, Hendersonville ; Forrest Ray WiUiard, 
Phi Kappa Sigma. Phi Alpha Delta, High Point; 
Jack Watts Worsham, RufSn; Allen Worth, Delta 
Theta Phi, Jefferson. 




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Law School 





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f/n/ Rwir; Calvin Monroe Adams, Jr., Delu Sigm.t Pi. Statesville; 
William S. Agapion, Greensboro; James William Anderson, Greens- 
boro; Wallace Ashley, Jr., Smithfield; Glenn Boyette Bailey, Sims; 
Rodeiic Cortland Bellamy, Supply; Doran Joyce Berry, Fayetteville; 
Beatrice Ruth Blackman, Smithfield. 

Second Ron: Lyn Bond, Jr., S/gmj N/i. Tarboro; Alfred Cameron 
Brinson, Arapahoe; Hal Walker Broadfoot, Depl,i K./pfr.i Epsiloii. 
Fayetteville; Willis Donald Brown, Kenansville; Carlyle Campbell, 
Jr., Theta Chi, Raleigh; James Orr Cobb, Jr., Durham; O. Bernard 
Crowell, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma. Hendersonville ; Michael Angelo 
DeMaio, Chapel Hill, 



Third Ron:- Steve Bland Dolley, Jr., Sit^m.i Phi Epsiloii. Gastonia; 
Kenneth R. Downs, Pineville; Horace Mellard DuBose, Chi Phi. 
Winston-Salem ; Lev/is Winfree Evans, Phi Gamma Delta, Green- 
ville; John B. Exum, Jr., Sigm.i Nw. Rocky Mount; Harry Edward 
Faggart, Jr., Concord; Alyce Stuart Forsyth, Greensboro; Gilmore 

C. Freeman, Lambda Chi Alpha. Old Fort. 

Potirlh Ron: Samuel M. Gatti.s. Sigma Phi Epyiloii. Hillsboro; 
John Gardner Golding, Tryon ; Wallace Roosevelt Gray, Buxton ; 
Heniy Ford Gurley, Forest City; Allen Waylan Harrell, Colerain; 
Hdwin Brown Hatch, Jr., Pittsboro; James T. Hedrick, Washington, 

D. C. ; Roger B Hendrix, Winston-Salem; Arned Lee Hinshaw, 
Burlington, 



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First Year Class 


























First Row: Daniel Stephen Jones, Phi Gjmmj Delhi. Clinton; 
Clarence Russell Joyce, Chapel Hill; Hurshell Halton Keener, 
Lenoir; Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Sigma Chi, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Greensboro; Stahle Linn, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsiloii, Salisbury; 
Robert Earl Lock, Chapel Hill; John Augustus Mayo, Jr.. Phi 
Gamma Delta. Washington; William Patrick Mayo, Washington; 
George J. Miller, Charlotte. 

Second Row: William Malcolm Milstead, Winston-Salem ; Jerome 
Frank Morris, Liimhda Chi Alpha, Wilson; Arthur Gage Murphey, 
Jr., Phi Beta Kappa. Macon, Miss. ; Charles Edward Nichols, 
Greensboro; Hubert Ethridge Olive, Jr., Kappa Sigma. Lexington; 
Thomas Wooten Oliver, Phi Kappa Sigma. Chapel Hill ; Andrew 
Jackson Patton, Franklin; Lewis Fatton, Franklin; Charles David 
Parker, Phi Delta Thela, Asheville. 



Third Row: Bennett H. Perry, Jr., Zeta Pii. Henderson; Mike 
George Plumides, Charlotte; Jack H. Potts, Highlands; Edmund 
Watson Price, Phi Beta Kappa, Trenton, N. J.; Virginia Douglas 
Quinlivan, Wilmington; Edward Newton Rodman, Washington; 
Conway Joel Rose, Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro; David James Sharpe, 
Chapel Hill; Jerry Monroe Shuping, Alpha Phi Omega, Asheboro. 

Fourth Row: William Whitfield Smith, Raleigh; Harold Ingram 
Spainhour, Phi Beta Kappa. Winston-Salem ; Horace E. Stacy, Jr., 
Phi Gamma Delta, Lumberton ; Maynard Elwood Stowe, Hatteras ; 
Samuel McDowell Tate, Chapel Hill; Willis B. Underwood, Jr., 
Kappa Sigma. Greensboro; Carroll Washington Walden, Jr., 
Greensboro; Margaret P. Winslow, Chi Omega, Rocky Mount; 
Billy F. Wood, Graham. 



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As one of the ten accredited schools of pubhc health in the nation, 
the University's School of Public Health has contributed greatly to 
the professional resources of North Carolina, the nation, and the 
world ior over a decade. Its student body, made up primarily of 
North Carolinians, has substantial representation from the Southeast 
region, a national sampling, and enough of a sprinkling of students 
from outside the United States to give it a cosmopolitan flavor. 
Courses of st|Udy are directed principally toward preparation of per- 
sons in the professional specialties of Public Health Administration, 
health education, public health nursing, parasitology, sanitary engi- 
neering, and sanitary science. From these specialties, the balanced 
coordinated team required to give the people effective public health 
services is formed. It is in Chapel Hill that the team's components 
come to know and to practice their inter-related responsibilities and 
duties. This knowledge and its practice rest upon a broad and sound 
comprehension of the natural sciences, and an appreciation of the 
social factors influencing the community. 




DR. E. G. McGAVRAN 
Dean of the School 



School of Public Health 




FIRST ROW, LeH 
Dr. Harold Moan 
Rebentisch, Mrs. 
L. Granstrom, Mi 
Chipman, Mr. Wi 



FACULTY OF THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 
lo Right: Miss Margaret Blee, Or. Eunice Tyler, Miss Frances MacKinnon, Miss Alpha Kenny, Miss Ruth W. Hay • SECOND ROW: 
luson. Miss Elta Mae Mast, Mrs. Ida Friday, Or. E. G. McGavran, Dean; Dr. John J. Wright, Dr. Lucy S. Morgan, Miss Jean I. 
Margaret B. Dolan, Miss Evelyn E. Johnson • THIRD ROW: Dr. Warfield Garson, Dr. Cecil G. Sheps, Dr. 



Willi! 



Beocha 



C. Gibson, Dr. Be 



Dr. A. Hughes Brya 



rd G. Gr. 



E. Lorsh, Col. Jack J. Hii 



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Through its Student Organization, physicians, nurses, 
parasitologists, educators, sanitarians, and engineers 
make opportunities for social gatherings and partici- 
pation in campus life. The major functions have been 
a picnic, with friendly informality the keynote, early 
in the fall term, and a dinner and dance during the 
winter term with students, faculty, and their families 
participating. Smaller groups made up from each of 
the specialities develop their own further activities 
both for social interests and for professional pur- 
poses. As most of the student body complete their 
graduate studies within a single year, the days and 
hours are crowded with an endless pressure of activi- 
ties. Fortunately, strong ties to the spirit and tradi- 
tion of the University are formed within the short 
year, and they endure and strengthen with time. 



STUDENT STEERING COMMITTEE 
FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Ferntheil, Harold T. Osterud, President; Gail Palmer • SECOND ROW; Betty Chapman, Treosurer; J. B. Baker, Oscor H. Ado 
W. Adrion Chappell. 




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NURSES 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Rochel Cockrell, Lilly Toylor, Rose Golding, Annie Jo Howfield, Elizobeth Mortin, Eris Truesdole 
• SECOND ROW: Doris W. Nichols, Juonita Johnson, Ado McCarthy, Moxine Eoster, Adelaide Skeen, Ruth Reilly • THIRD 
ROW: Mory Marche, Florence Riffe, Martha Tosh, Ava Taylor A britton, Marjorie Campbell • FOURTH ROW: Moude Lucas, 
Betty Chopmon, Aluise Davis, Elizobeth Kale. 



School of 



SANITARIANS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. J. Powell, Glen W. Kilday, C. J. Hart, J. H. Morris, Murroy T. Pritchard, Robert L. Bogle • SECOND 
ROW: Elmo J. Pascal, E. J. Nisselson, M. L. Norton, J. B. Ber.in, Lee S. Dukes • THIRD ROW: G. A. Longston, Jr., Jomes F. 
Hughey, J. B. Baker, O. D. Niswonger, T. A. Alspaugh, Sonitory Chemist. 





SANITARY ENGINEERS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: O. C. Cotter, Vincente Rubio, Froylon Moitto, Fernondo Modueno, John M. Costopoulos • SECOND 
ROW: R. E. Fovreou, O. H. Adams, G. L. Dwiggins, Odyer A. Sperondio, Carlos Moldonodos • THIRD ROW: Ernest G. Reinhold, 
Jock M. Dovis, Wm. C. Overman, Dixon R. Olive, Jr. 



Public Health 



PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; Melvin Stein, Morjorie Wilson, Gail Palmer, Blanche N. Haevy, Aubrey Christee, Nobis Jones, Troy L. 
Wilkinson • SECOND ROW: Reinold MeCrum, Milton Johnson, Cotherine Hyde, Betsy Uhrhane, George M. Ineichen, Froncis M. 
Vessells • THIRD ROW: Floy W. Sellers, Albert D. Gillis, Donald L. Oberirn, John R. Caskey. 




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PARASITOLOGIST 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Frank M. Hardy, Charles Baughn, James R. Hendricks, Herbert W. Cox, Adrion Choppell • SECOND 
ROW: William C. Wheeler, Abdalloh E. Najjor, Daniel J. Jordohl, Somuel W. Freed • THIRD ROW: James A. Hancock, Charles 
Compbell, Alston Shields • FOURTH ROW: Ray M. Conner, Jr., Louis C. LeMotte, Jr. 



School of 



PHYSICIANS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Anastosios Zairis, Josefina Borries-Boleo, M.D.; Consoreio G. Bontisto, M.D.; Kikuko Hori • SECOND 
ROW: H. T. Osterud, J. L. Woodlow, Elizabeth Maughs, Nutritionist; Luis E. Vorgos, M.D. • THIRD ROW: T. A. Gardner, C. W. 
Dewey, Audrey Immel • FOURTH ROW: Timo Joaskeloinen, R. L. Hectorne, G. D. Newton. 





NURSES 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Eva W. Warren, Mory Ann Ferutheil, Johnina Wilson, Theresa Sigman • SECOND ROW: Katherine P. 
Phillips, Antie B. Bowman, Ida M. Taylor • THIRD ROW: Jacqueline P. Moore, Mrs. Annie S. Bell, Robert L. Kreps. 



Public Health 



PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION 
FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: Emma Corr Bivins, Mildred Carmichoel, Mory Helen Mullrns • SECOND ROW: Pansy Howell, Hilton 
Owen Heding, Frances McConnell. 




The School of Medicine was established in 1879 un- 
der the direction of Dr. Thomas W. Harris. A 
course in theoretical and practical medicine was offer- 
ed under the preceptorial system, but the plan was 
found impractical and abandoned in 1886. In 1890, 
a more orderly and logical arrangement of the sub- 
jects in the medical course having developed, it 
became possible for an institution without clinical 
facilities to offer instruction in the pre-clinical sub- 
jects, and the school was reopened with Dr. Richard 
H. Whitehead as Dean and Professor of Anatomy. 
Under his guidance it soon won recognition for 
thoroughness of instruction and excellence in schol- 
arship and has since continued without interruption 
to its growth. At first the course covered only one 
year, but in 1896, the medical course having been 
extended in the better class of schools to four years, 
a two-year course was inaugurated. In 1900 the 




WHITEHEAD SOCIETY OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW: Don Franklin Beals, President; Dick Walker, Vice- 
President • SECOND ROW: Charles C. Stomey, Secretary; Stanton 
Vance Huffman, Treosurer. 



School of Medicine 



MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. C. Swanton, C. E. Anderson, J. H. Ferguson, J. C. Andrews, J. B. Grahom, F. W. Ellis, D. A. MacPherson • SECOND 
ROW: J. A. Green, J. L. Irvin, G. D. Penick, J. H. S. Fouchee, J. E. Wilson, W. C. George • THIRD ROW: C. W. Hooker, H. F. Parks, K. M. Brinkhous. 
J. H. Brown, G. F. Manire • FOURTH ROW: T. C. Butler, R. D. Langdell, M. Huppert, C. D. Van Cleave, W. R. Stroughn. 




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School of Medicine was incorporated as an integral 
part of the University and was reorganized to meet 
the requirements of the first two years of the full 
four-year course leading to the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine. In 1902 it was expanded into a four-year 
school, and the clinical subjects of the third and 
fourth years were offered in Raleigh under the di- 
rection of Dr. Hubert A. Royster as Dean. After a 
few years of successful operation, the plan had to be 
abandoned for lack of financial support, and the 
clinical years were abandoned. 

The School has been a member of the Association 
of American Medical Colleges since 1908 and is on 
the approved list of schools of basic medical sciences 
as published by the Council on Medical Education 
and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. 



SARAH V. DUNLAP 
Secretary 




MEDICAL SCHOOL HONOR COUNCIL 

FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Joe Robin- 
son, Charles F. Simpson, D. Hilton Seals 
• SECOND ROW: R. H. Bryson, Charles 
H. Powell, O. B. Bonner, Jr., Leiand S. 
Averett, Jr. 



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SECOND YEAR OFFICERS 

FIRST ROW, Left to Right 

Charles C. Sfamey, President 

Don Franklin Beals, Vice-President 

SECOND ROW 

Stanton Vance Huffman, Secretary 

Edward Toylor Viser, Treosurer 




FIRST YEAR OFFICERS 

THIRD ROW 

Paul Homer Brigman, President 

Cornelius T. Partrick, Vice-President 



FOURTH ROW 
Sara Ann Lippard, Secretary 
Joseph Leo DeWoIt, Treasurer 



The curriculum is similar to that in the first two 
years of the better four-year medical schools in the 
country. It covers all the pre-clinical or laboratory 
subjects of the four-year course in medicine, as well 
as introductory clinical courses in the last two quar- 
ters of the second year. These courses in medicine, 
physical diagnosis, clinical pathology, surgery, and 
obstetrics serve to lessen the abruptness of the change 
from the laboratory situation to the clinical. 

The School has an arrangement with Watts Hospital 
in Durham whereby the ward and dispensary patients 
are available for teaching purposes in the clinical 
courses. The clinical material at the State Hospital 
in Raleigh, the State Tubercular Sanatorium at Sana- 
torium, and the patients in the Tri-County Health 
Clinic are available for teaching purposes. 

Students who have successfully completed the two- 
year course in this school are given full credit for 
all of their work and are transferred into the third 
year of American medical colleges of the highest 
rank, from which they receive the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine. Approximately twenty-five percent of 
the physicians now in active practice in North Caro- 
lina received the first two years of their medical 
training here. 

The Whitehead Society is the time-honored organi- 
zation of the Medical School. It was created in 1908 
primarily through the idea of Dr. Erasmus H. 
Kloman, then a second year medical student, and 
named in honor of Dr. R. H. Whitehead, the first 
Dean of the School. All medical students are mem- 
bers of the society. The officers are the four members 
with highest academic standing at the completion of 
the first year's work. The student medical society 
sponsors programs by eminent men in the profession 
as well as student participation programs comple- 
mentary to those of local and state medical societies. 
Under the direction of the Whitehead Society Social 
Committee, various events are provided throughout 
the year. The orientation program and Whitehead 
dinner in the fall, the annual dance of the winter 
quarter, and the student-faculty day in the spring 
highlight these events. 



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FIRST YEAR MEDICINE 
FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: C. T. Portriek, P. H. Brigmon, J. L. DeWalt • SECOND ROW: B. M. Moore, W. M. Vinson, R. H. Vinson, S. G. Wilson, 
G. D. Newton, J. C. Porke, J. K. Bridgers, L. K. Cowan, J. F. Graves, V. A. Wilson • THIRD ROW: A. D. Walker, C. L. Quinn, J. H. Rickenbocker, 
T. E. Lassiter, W. J. Grant, H. B. Sherrill, Joe Robinson, R. P. Thomas, F. S. Saunders • FOURTH ROW: A. J. Diab, E. R. Betts, L. C. Spillman, H. D. 
Tyndall, A. G. Webb, D. M. Anderson, T. H. Patterson, Allen Spencer, D. D. Conkwright • FIFTH ROW: E. J. Perry, C. H. Powell, W. G. Thurman, C. L. 
Guy, T. F. Stallings, C. H. Owens, R. M. Worth • SIXTH ROW: W. H. Weinel, E. S. Williams, W. F. Kampschmidt, D. L. Collins, N. H. Swonn, A. D. 
Wolff • SEVENTH ROW: J. C. Ward, R. L. Tomlinson, H. P. Lineberger, L. S. Averett, G. D. Presley, C. G. Robertson, G. W. Brown • EIGHTH ROW; 
W. C. Mahaffee, W. D. Huffines, M. Fleishman, R. S. Jones • NOT PICTURED: H. C. Hemmings, S. A. Lippord, L. J. Rattz, H. G. Williamson. 



SECOND YEAR MEDICINE 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dan F. Beols, Edward T. Viser, C. Charles Stamey, S. Vonce Huffman • SECOND ROW: Robert T. Coffey, Jo 
Borlow, Harold C. Lone, William C. Sugg, Edward Y. C. Thome, Baxter H. Byerly, George N. Horre I, Alden B. Ryon, Murdoch R. McKeithen • 1 
ROW: Matt C. Harper, Poul W. Boyles, Scott B. Berkeley, D. Hilton Seals, Charles B. Fulghum, D. E. Bulluck, W. E. Leonord, J. B. Roymer, 
Gibson • FOURTH ROW: R. J. Blackley, J. K. Pearson, A. H. Hotsell, E. S. Huntley, R. W. Borden, H. H. McLean, M. T. Lewis, O. B. B 
• FIFTH ROW: F. L. Nonce, C. F. Simpson, C. O. Plyler, R. W. Gaul, J. W. Wilkerson, W. A. Futch, L. J. Norris • SIXTH ROW: O. A. Bornhill, 
Murray, L. W. Oehlbeck, R. I. Wolker, H. B. Hawkins, M. W. Williams • SEVENTH ROW: John C. Herion, C. A. Smith, C. D. Conner, V. W. 
K. L. Lowing, A. J. Coppridae, H. B. Hines • EIGHTH ROW: J. W. McCrocken, C. L. Quinn, A. G. Sherman • NINTH ROW: R. H. J. Bryson, 
BIythe, L. J. Hortley, G. R. Smith. 









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Graduate School 




Following the Civil War and during a part of the 
distressing period of Reconstruction, the doors of the 
University were closed. With the re-opening of the 
institution in 1875, the authorities proceeded almost 
immediately to establish graduate study as a recog- 
nized University enterprise. 

During the administration of President Venable 
(I9OO-I914), the Graduate School was organized 
in 1903 and the Deanship of the graduate depart- 
ment was created. The first dean, Professor Charles 
Alphonso Smith, who was appointed in 1903, headed 
a committee of live members on graduate study. The 





President and the committee were concerned with 
the formulation and effective administration of high 
standards. Courses separate and distinct from those 
carrying undergraduate credit were organized and 
offered. 

President Edward Kidder Graham, who was installed 
in office in 1894, enlarged and strengthened the 
faculty. He brought to the University many persons 
then and later active in scholarly production. 

A Committee on the Graduate School, composed of 
five members, was appointed to consider plans and 
principles of reorganization. Under the forceful lead- 
ership of Dean Greenlaw, the committee reviewed 
the Graduate School as to its structure, requirements, 
accomplishments, and aims. In 1920, the committee 
of five was expanded into an Administrative Board 
of eight members, nominated by the Dean and ap- 
pointed by the President. In addition to being an 
administrative body, the Board in effect became an 
executive council and, in a limited sense, a legislative 
council. As now organized, it is composed of twelve 
members, with the Dean as Chairman; four of the 
members represent the Division of the Humanities, 
four the Division of Philosophy, and four the Di- 
vision of Mathematics and Science. 

As recommended by the Administrative Board, a 
Graduate Faculty was organized in 1920. The degrees 
offered under the supervision of the faculty are 
Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of 
Philosophy. In addition there are professional grad- 
uate degrees in education, public health, regional 
planning, and social work. 



W. W. PIERSON 



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First Row: John Winfrid Ager, Chemistry, Black 
Mountain; Marjorie Jean Akers, Alpha Xi Delia, 
Library Science; Walser H. Allen, Jr., History, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, Pi Mu, KernersviUe, N. C. ; William 
D. Amis, Sociology, Kinards, S. C. ; Caroline An- 
drews, Chemistry, Mount Olive. 



Secoiid Row: Anna Margaret Ariail, English, Colum- 
bia, S. C; Dorothy Ballard, Social Work, Alpha 
Kappa Delta, Sigma Delta Pi. San Antonio, Texas; 
Margaret Ann Barrier, Alpha Kappa Delta, Sociology, 
High Point; Sam Baum, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Margaret 
Anna Boisen, Music, Memphis, Tenn. 



Third Row: William M. Bostwick, Jr., Delta Sigma 
Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma. Kappa Kappa Psi, Economics, 
Daytona Beach, Fla.; Jacqueline Bowen, Chemistry, 
Tackson, Miss.; Robert Francis Boyles, Chemistry and 
Zoology, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Tannye Lovia 
Burnett, Physical Education, Tiptonville, Tenn.; 
A. Paul Carswell, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Durham. 



Fourth Roiv: Etherdred Beale Carter, Jr., Commerce, 
Newsoms, Va. ; Mary Constance Carter, Zeta Tail 
Alpha, Music, Biloxi, Miss.; Genevive Wilcox 
Chandler, Library Science, Murrel's Inlet, S. C. ; 
Thomas Conner Clark, Sigma Phi Epsiloti, Geology, 
Clarkton; Maurice Cobb, Brattleboro, Vt. 



Fifth Row: Nancy Lee Cohen, Alpha Psi Delta. 
Psychology, Staunton, Va.; Benjamin Franklin Cooper, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi. Pharmacy, 
Warsaw; Doris Lee Craig, Chemistry, Rock Hill, 
S. C. ; John Lasley Damerow, English, Burlington; 
Eugene Edward Deal, Social Work, Charlotte. 



Sixth Row: Tom George Donnelly, Mathematics, 
Simcoe, Ontario; William Doran, Jr., Physical Edu- 
cation, Ridgefield Park, N. J. ; Edith L. Duerr, Chapel 
Hill; Howard J. Duerr, Chapel Hill; Owen Randolph 
Easley, Jr., Political Science, Martinsville, Va. 



Seventh Row: Jennings Bryan Edwards, Physical Edu- 
cation, Wilmington; Thomas Cecil Frazier, Jr., Alpha 
Chi Sigma. Chemistry, Siler City; Parron Graham 
Ballop, Education, Gainesville, Fla. ; Seymour Geisser, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Frank K. Gibson, Pi Sigma Alpha. 
Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: Thomas E. Gilmer, Pi Kappa Alpha. Chi 
Beta Phi. Hampden-Sidney, Va.; Thomas Robert Boe- 
licke. Geology, Chapel Hill; Robert Foournoy Good- 
win, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem ; Laurel 
Rhododendren Green, Commerce, Durham; Robert 
Stimson Green, Alpha Kappa Psi, Business Adminis- 
tration, Lewisville. 






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First Row: Janet Allyn Haas, Psychology, Mountain 
Lake, N. J.; Katherine Evangeline Hall, History, 
Palm Beach, Fla. ; Elizabeth Hardee, Musicology, 
Raleigh; Ann Katherine (Nancy) Harlow, Library 
Science, Bridgeport, Conn. ; Marvin Edmund Harrison, 
Romance Philology, Spartanburg, S. C. 



Second Row: C. Robert Haywood, Winfield, Kansas; 
Lester Richard Herman, Jr., Education, Fayetteville; 
Dan Hirosuke, Economics, Tokyo, Japan; William 
Stephany Hoffman, History, Statesville; James Mc- 
Nider Hollowell, Law, Hertford. 



Jbirii Roir: Jackson Sylvester Hoyle, Social Work, 
Shelby; James Knight Hummer, Chemistry, Titus- 
ville. Pa.; Norman Eugene Jarrard, Winston-Salem; 
Norman B. Javitt, Physiology, Bronx, N. Y.; Sumner 
Kaufman, Sanitary Science, Mattapan, Mass. 



Fourth Row: Tommy Killam, High Point; Lynn C. 
Kerbaugh, Raleigh ; David Moorman Kerley, Fhi Beta 
Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psr. Mathematical Statistics, 
Morganton ; William F. LaForge, European History, 
Chapel Hill; Robert Worrell Lancaster, Kappa Alpha 
Order, Castalia. 



Fifth Row: Bracher H. Laughridge, Marion; William 
Greer McCall, Political Science, Concord; Ernest R. 
Magness, Forest City; Wilson Benson Marsh, Jr., 
Applied Mathematics, Marshville; Theodor Charles 
Martus, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Greens- 
boro. 



Sisth Row: Norman W. Mattis, Chapel Hill; Charles 
Russell Montooth, Physical Education, Concord; 
Thomas Bryan Moore, Biological Chemistry, Winston- 
Salem ; Cynthia Elizabeth . Moseley, Gamma Sigma. 
History, Spartanburg, S. C. ; Sara Louise Mott, Edu- 
cation, Gastonia. 



Seventh Row: Dorothy Mae Mulberry, Spanish, Hamil- 
ton, Ohio; Thomas L. Nabors, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi 
/M« Epiilon. Glencoe, Ala. ; Odel Joseph Nassar, 
Commerce, Salisbury ; Lois Marie Nelson, Industrial 
Relations, Vaughan; Fletcher Burton Nichols, Phi Eta 
Sigma. Business Administration, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: Merl M. Norcross, Education, Kingston, 
Pa.; Ross Lombard Parks, Chemistry, Carrboro; Nancy 
Griffin Person, Education, Louisburg; William Moore 
Peterson, Phi Beta Kappa. Tolland, Conn.; James 
Herman Pickering, Sociology, Cope, S. C. 



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First Row: David Livingstone Pierce, Sigma Nu, His- 
tory, Greensboro; Wilfred Thomas Plant, Physical 
Education, Chapel Hill; John W. Queen, Decatur, 
Ga.; Jimmie Nell Real, English, Birmingham, Ala.; 
Hilda I Ridge, Gibsonville. 



Second Row.- Edwin Earl Rives, Jr., Art, Greensboro ; 
James K. Rosser, Chemistry, Chapel Hill; Hansford 
Herndon Rowe, Richmond, Va. ; Peggy Ann Johnson 
Rutnoski, Pre-Med, Burnsville; Takehiro Sagami, 
Economics, Tokyo, Japan. 



Third Row: John L. Sanders, History, Four Oaks; 
Edward Sax, Mathematical Statistics, Detroit, Mich. ; 
Allen Jesse Schrock, Kappa Delia Pi. Physical Edu- 
cation, Tiskilwa, 111. ; John Richard Sentman, Sigma 
Upsilon, Education, Danville, Va. ; George G. Shackle- 
ford, Jr., Newport News, Va. 



Fourth Row: Ruby P. Shackleford, English, Wilson; 
Walter M. Shenko, Erwin; Edibaldo Silva, Psychol- 
ogy, Santurce, Puerto Rico ; Frederick Lafayette 
Silver, Commerce, Pi Kappa Phi, Columbus, Ga. ; 
Stanley Albert Simpson, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta 
Kappa, Parkton, Md. 



Fifth Row: Herman Jay Sisk, Social Work, Dallas; 
Morris Skibinsky, Mathematical Statistics, New York, 
N. Y. ; Ernest Marshall Smith, Jr., Sigma Gamma 
Epsilon, Sigma Xi. Chapel Hill ; Frank O. Smith, 
Montvale, Va.; Fred Frank Springer-Miller, Com- 
parative Literature, Stowe, Vt. 



Sixth Row: Robert Harvey Stewart, Jr., Kappa Alpha. 
Physical Education, Taylors, S. C. ; Stanley B. Thaw- 
ley, Crisfield, Md.; Elizabeth Robena Tillinghast, 
Chemistry, Greenville, S. C. ; John Stanley Tolbert, 
Commerce, Lenoir; Mary Louise Tomlin, Economics, 
Flushing, N. Y. ; E. B. Jack Tripp, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Political Science, Norfolk, Va. 



Seventh Row: James Clarence Wallace, History, 
Jamesville; Rollin Herbert Wallick, Chemistry, Bris- 
tol, Va ; Bynum Edgar Weathers, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi 
Mu Alpha. Pi Sigma Alpha. Political Science. Shelby; 
C. Michael White, Theta Xi, Chapel Hill; Cloyde 
William Wiley, Sociology, Lexington, Va. ; J. Edgar 
Williams, Wilmington. 



Eighth Row: Thomas R. Williams, Accounting, Atlan- 
ta, Ga.; William Dannell Wilson, Havertown, Pa.; 
Raymond Louis Wyatt, Botany, Salisbury; Chang 
Yen-Tsai, Rho Chi, Pharmacy, Shanghai, China; 
James George Young, Rho Chi, Pharmacy, Milwaukee, 
Wis. ; John W. Zarker, Lancaster, Pa. 






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AFROTC INSTRUCTORS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Lt. Col. Jesse J. Moorhead, PAS & T; Capt. Noel Carpenter, Executive Officer; Copt. James R. Walker, Adjutant; Capt. 
Edward D. Robertson, PIO • SECOND ROW: M-Sgt. Chandler H. Rigdon, Instructor; M-Sgt. Michael Pennelia, Sergeant Major; M-Sgt. LeRoy T. 
Eure Student Records; S-Sgt. Ross F. Condit, Supply Sergeant. 




As a key member of the United Nations, this country has unreservedly 
committed its efforts and resources to the establishment and maintenance 
of an orderly and peaceful world. It is the purpose of the Air Force 
Reserve Officers Training Corps to select and train students who possess 
the character, intelligence, desire, and sense of duty to become Air Force 
Officers and responsible citizens. The objectives of this phase of student 
training are to attract the highest type of personnel into the Air Force 
and its civilian components, to develop in all students an understanding 
of modern warfare and the place and function of air power in the defense 
of the United States, to qualify students to perform duties normally ex- 
pected of a junior Air Force Officer. 



CADET STAFF OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Co!. George F. Drew, Cadet Group Commander • SECOND ROW: Maj. James E. Montogue, Group Adjutant; Lt. Col. 
Francis A. Buchanan, Group Executive Officer • THIRD ROW: Copt. Herbert Nochmon, Jr., Special Service Officer; Maj. Wilson F. Yarborough, Group 
Personnel Officer; Maj. Allen R. Koenig, Group Supply Officer; Maj. Eugene A. Johnson, Group Operations Officer; Maj. White M. Wollenborn, Group 
Comptroller; Capt. Dona H. Harris, Jr., Group Public Information Officer • FOURTH ROW: Sgt. James Willingham, Personnel; Sgt. Andrew P. 
Sheveda, Special Service; M-Sgt. George S. Blackweider, Jr., Sergeant Major; S-Sgt. George N. Hottun, Jr., Administration; S-Sgt. Lawrence M. Cheek, 
Comptroller; S-Sgt. Jock A. Prince, Assistont to P.I.O.; S-Sgt. Robert N. Porlier, Operations. 





This year over one hundred twenty-five colleges and Universities, of which the 
University of North Carolina is one, have Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps of four year duration leading to a commission as second lieutenant. 
United States Air Force Reserve. Organized in 19-47, the Air Force R.O.T.C. 
at Carolina is a regular department of instruction in the University, and has 
graduated eighty-seven officers since its activation. Cadets are trained in one of 
two specialties. Statistical Control and Public Information, and the department 
has the only Public Information curriculum in the entire Air Force R.O.T.C. 




SQUADRON A 




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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 citizenship 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 appoint- 
ment as a Second Lieutenant m the Army of the United States 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 traming completed would prove of material benefit. 



SQUADRON D 




The National Society of 

Scabbard and Blade 



Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society 
with local chapters, called companies, located in nearly a 
hundred leading colleges and universities which have Re- 
serve Officer Training Programs. The organization at Caro- 
lina is Company L of the Eighth Regiment. Membership is 
by election only and active members are chosen from out- 
standing midshipmen and cadet officers of the advanced 
course of the Navy and Air Force Programs. 




This year L Company sponsored the colorful Military Ball at 
the Naval Armory en March .t at which time the newly 
selected members from the Junior Class were announced and 
the new Queen of Scabbard and Blade was crowned by 
Miss Mary Scott Everett, last year's selection and the first 
of the Queens. 

This year's officers were: Captain, Buck Buchanan; First 
Lieutenant, Hamp Davis; Second Lieutenant, Chuck North- 
end; First Sergeant, Wilson Yarborough. 

The present members at the University are: Francis Buch- 
anan, Hamp Davis, Arthur Goodwyn, Faison Hicks, Chuck 
Northend, Charlie Trade, Wilson Yarborough, Ken Wal- 
lenborn, Robert Hawkins, John Schofield, Walt Umstead, 
Nelson Taylor, John Stump, Gene Johnson, George House, 
George Webb, Bob Whitlock, George Drew. Associate 
Members: Capt. J. E. Cooper, USN; Lt. Col. J. C. More- 
head, USAF: Lt. Robert Long, USN. 



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N.R.O.T.C. INSTRUCTORS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Moj. Bernard W. McLean, LCDR. Joseph 
A. Matthews, Lt. Terrell W. Littleton, Capt, Jacob E. Cooper, CDR. 
William J. Manning, LCDR. James W. Austin, Lt. Robert L. Long, 
Lt. George E. French • SECOND ROW: FCC. Russell G. Stone, 
YNC. Stewart F. Roberts, QMC. Mortin Auve, Jr., GMC. Leo Goo, 
ETI. John V. Gontt, SKC. H. M. Hughes. 



NAVY ROTC 




COLOR GUARD 
Left to Right: PO 1/c John J. Ferebee, CPO Bunny Davis, CPO John 
Cozin, POI/c Woody Willioms. 



N.R.O.T.C. ARMORY 





BATTALION OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW: Chories A. Northend, Executive Officer • SECOND 
ROW: N. W. Taylor, III, Operations Officer; J, M. Mohan, Com- 
municotions Officer • THIRD ROW: P. W. Gower, Chief Mustering 
Petty Officer. 




The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers Train- 
ing 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 Annap- 
olis, come the major portion of the officers for the 
Navy and Marine Corps. 



FIRST COMPANY OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Lt. (jg) James Everett, First Company 
Executive Officer; Lt. Homp Davis, First Company Commander; 
Ens. Horry Fremd, 2nd Platoon Commander; Ens. H. M. Taylor, 
3rd Platoon Commander • SECOND ROW: POI/c John S. Stump, 
1st Plotoon Mustering PO; PO 1/c Austin S. Myers, 3rd Platoon 
Mustering PO; POI/c D. Van Noppen, 2nd Platoon Mustering 
Petty Officer. 



FIRST COMPANY 




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SECOND COMPANY 



A student may enter the NROTC program under 
either of two plans. Regular or Contract. As a regu- 
lar he is appointed a Mid-shipman upon enrolling in 
the program, and receives tuition, books, uniforms, 
and six hundred dollars per year throughout his four 
years of college. 

To successfully complete this program he is required 
to take eight Naval Science courses. Otherwise, he 
majors in the academic field of his choice. During 
the four-year period, the student is required to take 
three summer training cruises. 




SECOND COMPANY OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Ens. J. D. Smith, 3rd Plotoon Commander; 
Ens. T. J. Peterson, Jr., Ist Platoon Commander; Lt. J. S. Schotield, 
Second Company Commander; Lt. (jg) J. H. Smith, Company Execu- 
tive Officer; Ens. G. H. Webb, 2nd Plotoon Commonder • SECOND 
ROW: CPO C. D. Fox, III, Second Company Mustering PO; PO )/e 
C. R. Stomey, Jr., 1st Platoon Mustering PO; PO 1/c J. H. Ingle, Jr., 
2nd Plotoon Mustering PO; PO 1/c George H. Grover, III, 3rd 
Platoon Mustering PO. 




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THIRD COMPANY 




Upon graduation, he is commissioned an Ensign in 
die Navy or a Second Lieutenant in the Marine 
Corps, and is required to serve t^vo 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 Reguhir in 
that the Contract student is furnished only with uni- 
forms and IS paid twenty-four dollars per month dur- 
ing the last two years of the program. He is required 
to take only one summer cruise and upon graduation 
he receives a reserve commission. 



THIRD COMPANY OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Ens. Walter W. Umstead, 3rd Plotoon Com- 
mander; Ens. Williom F. Crimmins, 1st Platoon Commonder; Lt. 
D. Dortch Warriner, 3rd Company Commander; Lt. (jg) J. Garrett 
F;tZ3ibbon-., 3rd Componv Executive Officer; Ens. Nevin Kennedy, 2nd 
Platoon Commonder • SECOND ROW: CPO Robert M. Shores, Jr., 
3rd Company Mustering PO; PO 1/c G. William Miller, 3rd Compony 
Platoon Mustering PO; PO 1/c Calvin B. Koonce, 3rd Company Platoon 
Mustering PO; PO 1/c K. E. Lewis, 3rd Company Platoon Mustering PO. 



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Joe Augustine, President 



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The University of North Carolina Monogram Club was formed many years ago 
with the promotion of friendship among monogram winners its initial purpose. 
Since its origination the group has grown and extended its activities in many 
fields. It has inaugurated what we now know as an annual affair, the spring 
Blue-White intra-squad football game. It has had as its guests at several home 
football games orphans from throughout the state. The club has contributed to 
the annual fund raising campaigns to aid in the cure of polio. In short, it has 
performed many worthwhile services to the University and to the Community. 

Officers for the year were: President, Joe Augustine; Vice-President, Bill White; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Frank Hooper; Social Chairman, Henry Moore; Athletic 
Council Representative, Skeet Hesmer. 




THE MONOGRAM CLUB 

FIRST ROW: Bunting, J. Hamrlck, Brigham, Basescu. Milton • SECOND ROW: Byerly, Brookshire, Honeyeutt, 
Hooper, Snow, Sargent, Ferroro, Hoffman, Willis, Shields, Moore, Augustine • THIRD ROW: McGinn, 
Edmundson, Dickson, Ross, Lewis, Terrell, Gilmore, Darden, G. Stevens, Thomas, Abernothy, Howard 
• FOURTH ROW: Senter, B. White, R. White, Weiss, Proctor, Dudeck, Hart, Gaston, Gurtis, Betts • FIFTH 
ROW: Hesmer, Patterson, T. Stevens, Davis, Greenbaum, Fields, Burgess, Forber, Sewell, Strong • SIXTH 
ROW: Wells, Kappler, Moody, Crimmins, Poge, Ogden, Bell, King. 



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Coptoin Irv Holdosh 



FOOTBALL 

The year 1950 wasn't a good one, as far as Carolina's foot- 
ball fortunes go. The Tar Heels won three games, tied 
two, and lost five. We lost close games to Notre Dame, 
Wake Forest, and Duke. We tied Maryland and Georgia. 
Virginia trounced us soundly. Bowl bound Tennessee beat 
us, but not badly. We were hot against William and Mary 
and put on a good show. We skimmed by State and South 
Carolina. We sorely missed the Ail-Americans of former 
years. But we also produced an All-American — Mr. Huck 
Holdash, one of the best defensive centers in the Nation. 
Bunting, Hayes, Wallace, and Gantt were backfield stars. 
White, Ruffin, Dudeck, Norris, and Hansen in the line. 
We looked forward to next year. 




The Old Pros, Art Wiener and Choo-Choo Justice, 
turn over the heEm to the next generation of Tor 
Heel gridiron captains. 





COACHING STAFF 
Cox« Rodman, Snavely, Hazelwood, Pupo, Camp 



1950 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 
FIRST ROW: Kimel, Corr, Bilpuch, Cooke, Holdash, Bunting, Hayes, White, Sherman, Hesmcr, Coach Snavely • SECOND ROW: Higgins, Hansen, 
Carson, Port, Shvedo, Wissman, Hogan, Kuhn, Williams, Penegar, Gantt • THIRD ROW: King, Verchick, Young, Tatum, Wiess, Kelso, Miketa, 
B. O'Brien, J. O'Brien, Gruver • FOURTH ROW: Sterns, Gregory, Norris, Wallace, Rousseau, Ruftin, Wiley, Bestwick, Nicherson, McDonald, Slate 
• FIFTH ROW: Craft, Brown, McCormick, Orsino, Lewis, Hartung, Mangum, Ellington, Walser, Venters, P Rizzo, B. Rizzo, Mason. 



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Weiss pulls down o State boll corrier after o short gain on the Kenan Stadium gridiron. Carolina ployer 
in picture include Bud Carson (31) and Julian King (84). 



N. C. STATE 7 - CAROLINA 13 

Playing without AU-Americans Justice, Weiner and Powell for the 
first time in four years, the Tar Heel gridders opened the 19'JO 
campaign by withstanding State's pass-happy Wolfpack, 13-7, before 
42,000 Greater University Day fans in Kenan Stadium. Two great goal 
line stands by the Tar Heels preserved victory as the Wolfpack, led by 
the passing of Tailback Ed Mooney, poured it on the Tar Heels. A 
Mooney to Alex Webster pass scored for the Wolfpack. Carolina scores 
came on a 76-yard run by Bunting and a four-yard plunge by Wallace. 





Billy Hayes, Fullback 



George Norrts, End 



Billy Hayes and Dick Bunting 





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NOTRE DAME 14 - CAROLINA 7 

It was a great trip to South Bend for that handful of students who 
made the trip. A fighting Carohna team, meeting the Fighting Irish 
in their season opener, staggered the sports world as it appeared they 
might hold mighty Notre Dame to a 7-7 tie. Bud Wallace scored in the 
third period after brilliant play by Bunting, Hayes, C. C. White, and 
Jack Cooke to tie the game. But a Williams to Mutscheller pass in the 
last three minutes messed things up for Carolina. Huck Holdash did 
well enough to get the AP's Lineman of the Week award. The Tar Heels 
lost the game, but gained national prestige in this early season game. 
It wasn't until later in the season that both teams sagged in the middle. 



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GEORGIA 0- CAROLINA 

An off and on Tar Heel eleven, obviously letdown from 
the Notre Dame game, was held to a 0-0 tie by 
Georgia's fired-up Bulldogs in Sanford Stadium at 
Athens. After intermission had stopped one Georgia 
thrust on the Carolina seven yard line and the Tar Heel 
line had halted another Bulldog drive on the 13, the 
visitors staged some offensive antics of their own. Late 
in the game Tailback Bud Carson got off on a nice punt 
return to the Georgia 37. From there the Snavelymen 
punched to the Bulldog six, only to have the drive fizzle 
out when Abie Williams missed a difficult-angle field 
goal with less than two minutes remaining in the game. 
Captain Huck Holdash, Andy Miketa, Joe Dudeck, and 
Tom Higgins led the rugged line play of the Tar 
Heels, Billy Hayes and Carson were outstanding in the 
UNC backfield. Hayes was the workhorse for the Tar 
Heels, with his pin-point passing constantly getting the 
Blue and White out of danger. Halfback Billy Mixon, 
a slashing, tricky runner, and linemen Dexter Poss and 
Mike Merola shone for the Bulldogs as Coach Wally 
Butts' gridmen ended a three-year Carolina win streak 
over Georgia. 





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WAKE FOREST 13 -CAROLINA 7 

A last minute, 41-yard pass from Halfback Dickie Davis 
to End Ed Butler gave Wake Forest's power-laden 
Deacons a 13-7 victory over a Carolina eleven that 
lacked a scoring punch in a bitterly contested Southern 
Conference battle before 43,500 breathless spectators 
in Kenan Stadium. The defeat was the first suffered by 
Carolina within the Southern Conference since 1947 
when the Deacs upset the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill. 
A 31-yard pass play from Hayes to Wallace early in 
the first period netted the Tar Heels their only TD of 
the game. Fred Sherman converted and Carolina led, 
7-0. But Wake Forest came back in the third quarter 
when Terry Gywnn returned a Carolina punt to the Tar 
Heel 27 and three plays later Ed Kissell bucked over 
the middle on a quarterback sneak into paydirt. Kissell 
split the uprights, and it was 7-alI. The Tar Heels 
tried again, reached the Deacon one, but ran out of gas. 
Then Davis and Butler went into their act and Tar Heel 
fans went home with long faces. 







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WILLIAM AND MARY 7 - CAROLINA 40 

Held in check in its first four games by rugged opponents, Carolina's 
offense exploded for a razzle-dazzle, 40-7 win over William and Mary 
before 32,000 satisfied Homecoming fans in Kenan Stadium. Tar Heel 
touchdowns, some of them on spectacular plays, were scored by Rizzo 
(on a pass from Hayes), Gantt (on a lOO-yard pass interception return). 
Bunting (on an 80-yard run), Hesmer, and Benny Walser (on a 70-yard 
run) . Vito Ragazzo scored on a pass from Dickie Lewis for the Indians. 
This particular Saturday was the brightest of an otherwise sad season. 





TENNESSEE 16 - CAROLINA 

Tennessee's bowl-bound Volunteers ground out a 16-0 victory over re- 
venge-minded, but outclassed Carolina before 38,000 partisan fans at 
Shields-Watkins Field in Knoxville. The closest the Blue and White ever 
got to the Tennessee goal line was 25-yards out. Defensively, the Tar 
Heels played admirably, but the offensive unit couldn't buck that powerful 
■Vol line. Herby Payne scored twice for the 'Vols, both scores being the 
end result of Carolina fumbles. "Weiss was caught behind his own goal 
line to give Tennessee its final two points. 



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MARYLAND 7 -CAROLINA 7 

Playing one of their best games of the year, the Tar Heels 
took advantage of a rain-drenched field to battle Mary- 
land's then nationally ranked Terps to a 7-7 deadlock in 
Chapel Hill. It was a day of the A-formation for the Tar Heels, 
climaxed by a game-tying 80-yard Tar Heel march. Wallace 
scored the Carolina TD on a plunge from the one, to give the 
Carolinians their second tie game of the year. Bob Shemonski 
scored for the Terps, who were held in check most of the after- 
noon by a good Carolina line. Hayes' passing and Gantt's running 
were highlights in the eyes of Carolina fans. 



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SOUTH CAROLINA 7 -CAROLINA 14 

Carolina's powerful ground attack clicked to bring the Tar Heels a 14-7 
victory over its highly-regarded South Carolina rival in a well-played 
Southern Conference clash before 25,000 fans in Columbia. South Carolina 
scored first, on a 66-yard run by Blackie Kincard, but the Tar Heels came 
back. Bunting passed to Walser from the A-formation, and the game was 
even-Steven. Wallace scored the winnmg touchdown after a 65-yard drive 
in the second period. Holdash, Norris, Port, Dudeck all played like pro- 
fessionals, not to mention Gantt, Bunting, and Wallace. 



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DUKE 7 - CAROLINA 

After four long and bitter years of defeat, Duke's determined Blue 
Devils gave retiring Coach Wallace Wade something to remember 
his last season by as they edged the Tar Heels, 7-0, before almost 
40,000 fans who braved 5-degree weather to witness the traditional 
clash in Kenan Stadium. The visitors from Durham got into Carolina 
territory only twice during the contest, but they took advantage of 
a partially blocked Tar Heel punt on one of these occasions to take 
possession of the ball on the Carolina 34 yard line. Tailback Billy 
Cox followed with a pass to Wingback Tommy Powers, who gathered 
in the ball as he crossed the goal line for the touchdown that beat 
the Tar Heels. It was a fruitless afternoon for the Tar Heels, who 
drove within striking distance of Hallowed ground time after time. 
Six times Carolina penetrated the Duke 25, and six times the Tar 
Heel attack sputtered and died, once as close as the four-yard line. 
End C. C. White was the offensive leader for Carolina, gaining a 
total of 85 yards on five end-around plays. 




Dave Wiley, Tockic 
White carries on the end around for a 35-yard gain down to the Duke 25. 





VIRGINIA 44 - CAROLINA 13 



It was the end of the season and the Tar Heels ap- 
peared tired. So tired that six times Carolina players 
fumbled away chances to make it a ball game. It 
turned out that Virginia won in a walk-away, 44-13 
— a win that tasted mighty good to hungry Old 
Dominion citizens. Johnny Papit, the Virginia back- 



iield ace had a field day, scored twice, and set up 
several more scores. Walser scored twice for Carolina 
and the season was over. We counted three wins, 
two ties, and five defeats — not a good year according 
won and lost standards. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

When Head Cheerleader Norm Sper left Chapel Hill after doing such a fine 
job, more than a handful of students began to wonder just who was around 
who was capable enough to fill his shoes. Sper had done a great job and had 
added life and spirit to Carolina's cheering section. Well, the right guy came 
along. Joe Chambliss won the head cheerleader's job in the spring elections and 
ever since that day he's spent his time proving to everybody that he was more 
than capable of filling the bill. Chambliss and his gang of Blue and White clad 
cheerers did a commendable job of leading the campus in cheers, especially 
at football games, but also at other athletic functions. Chambliss added a 
new twist here, something there, and before the end of the football season 
Carolina fans were being heard all over the country. The crew made the trip 
to Tennessee and added life to the party. They didn't quite make it to Notre 
Dame, but we spotted a few down in Gawgia, up at Virginuh, and in other 
football capitals. Dodie Boyer, Susie Upchurch, Arden Boisseau, Carrie Cham- 
berlain, Anne Birmingham, Jackie Merritt, Cecil Pless, AUman Beaman, Cyril 
Minett, and Bill Hogshead made up the squad. They did a great job. So, 
Carolina Cheerleaders, here's a hand! 



CHEERLEADERS 

ngham, Jackie Merritt, Rameses, 
BACK ROW: Cecil Pless, Bill Hogshe 





THE 
CARD BOARD 

The members of the Card Board do more work with less 
credit than any other organization on campus. Theirs is 
the tiresome job of preparing the card stunts at the home 
football games. And preparing those card stunts is quite 



CARD BOARD 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Cox, Coldwell, Burkette, White, Watts, Matthews, 
McKlnney, Faircloth, Chairman • SECOt>ID ROW: Edmundson, Stegoll, 
Minter, Chamberlain, Grogan, Brawley, Crawford, Chichester, Gole, Agar, 
Wagger • THIRD ROW: Stephenson, Pittman, Stevens, Sasser, Bindley, 
Burgiss, Jackson, Fort, Whicker, Wellons (John), Matthews (T) • FOURTH 
ROW: Jordan, Wellons (James), Holton, Holt, Jordon (T.), Green, Head Usher; 
Mooie, Dickerson, Durham, Brunning, Sigman. 



a job. It takes many, many man hours of tedious work to 
get the card stunts in working order. Under the direction 
of Pat Faircloth and Bob Greene, the card stunts during 
halftime were very successful this year. 



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1950-1951 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 
FIRST ROW: Ferroro, White, Thorne, Koppler, Smith, Grimaldl • SECOND ROW: Potterson, Wells, Phillips, Gaines, Harpold • THIRD ROW: Scott, 
Head Coach; Wollace, Maddie, Redding, Deosy, Schwarz, Ellington, Patseavouras, Manager; Mullis, Assistant Coach. 




Co-Captain Hugo Koppler 
Co-Coptoin Charlie Thorne 



BASKETBALL 



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With prospects of having one of the best basketball teams 
since the NCAA finalists of 1946, Carolina saw early season 
injuries wreck the ethereal hopes of the 1950-51 Tar Heel 
cagers. Coach Scott opened the season with co-captains 
Hugo Kappler and Charlie Thorne ready for play. He had 
Dick Patterson, top substitute of last year, and a host of 
fast and eager sophomores in Bud Maddie, Jack Wallace, 
Vince Grimaldi, and veteran guard Howard Deasy as his 
first game starters. 

The Tar Heels showed a scoring punch that brought them 
an 84-57 win over the McCrary Eagles. With alterations 
in his starting lineup, Scott sent his cagers through their 
first five games without defeat, but the Tar Heels gained 
injuries with their victories. While blasting Hanes Hosiery, 
75-58, the Tar Heels lost Kappler, with a fractured wrist, 
and Maddie, with a separated shoulder. Shortly after, 
Wallace suffered a stone bruise on his ankle and then 
before the two-game trip to Eastern Kentucky, Deasy was 
lost because of a bronchial infection. With these men 
resting on the sidelines most of the time, Carolina bowed 
to Eastern Kentucky and Xavier of Cincinnati and then 
dropped games to Colgate, Duke and West Virginia in the 
Dixie Classic in Raleigh. The Tar Heels opened the winter 
term with a loss to Maryland and then headed North for 
games with New York University and Temple. Although 
they had most of their original starters in action, they were 
not able to cope with these big Northern powers. We were 
not at full strength, but it seemed, after leading Temple by 
19 points at the half, we were ready to go again. Although 
he lost many of his men during the early part of the year. 
Coach Scott was fortunate in having reserves who could 
carry the load. Hal Ferraro, Red Wells, and Bill White all 
had experience from last year's squad and the return to 




eligibility of soph Gippy Carter at the start of the winter 
quarter gave the Tar Heels a boost at the center spot. 
Fighting for a place in the annual Southern Conference 
tournament, which was returned to Raleigh this year, the 
Tar Heels knocked off Wake Forest to the tune of 65-56, 
and then came back to nip Davidson, 56-53. We were 
temporarily set back, however, when a strong West Virginia 
team (newest addition to the Southern Conference) , hold- 
ing second place in the Conference standings, pulled away 
late in the game for a 62-49 win. The loss did not hold 
back the Carolina team. With the remaining games sched- 
uled with Southern Conference teams, we were back in 
shape to hold our fourth place in the loop standings. 
The Carolina squad would have to fight to hang on to the 
spot, however. Two games remained with State, two with 
Duke and Wake Forest was looking for revenge at the door 



Bud Moddie, Center 



Howord Deosy, Guard 



Red Wells, Forward 





Hugo Koppler, Fo 



Dick Patterson, Forward 



of Woollen Gym. The Tar Heels had a trip to the Pal- 
metto State for games with South Carolina, upset winners 
over West Virginia, and the Citadel. It appeared the 
Carolina squad would grow stronger as the season rolled 
on — people were even predicting that 1951 would be the 
year that Carolina would trip nationally ranked N. C. State 1 
The people were wrong, however. The Tar Heels journeyed 
to Raleigh and were defeated in the same manner as Everett 
Case's Hoosiers had been doing for the past five years. 



Then the Tar Heels lost to South Carolina by one point, 
beat The Citadel and came back to Chapel Hill to defeat 
Duke and lose once more to State College. Wake Forest 
was easily disposed of before the Tar Heels closed out the 
regular season over in Durham against a basketball player 
named Dick Groat and four other fellas from Duke. 
Groat scored 29 points, set a new national scoring record, 
and the Devils defeated Carolina, 84-72. That left Carolina 
with a 9-8 Conference record and put them in ninth place 





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in the Conference standings — on the outside looking in on 
the Tournament to be held a few weeks later. The Tar 
Heels weren't completely out, however. They had one 
last chance. If weak-kneed Virginia Military Institute could 
defeat eighth place Marj'Iand, the Tar Heels could back 
into the Tournament. But it looked doubtful that the Terps 
would drop that last game. V.M.I, had won three out of 
13 games all year. The season didn't turn out as most had 
expected. The Tar Heels had a pretty fair ball team, but like 



last year, they couldn't keep the old injury jinx away. The 
bulk of the load was left on the shoulders of Sophomores 
Bud Maddie, Jack Wallace, and Vince Grimaldi. Howard 
Deasy did very well, placing among the top twenty in the 
nation as far as capturing rebounds goes. Co-Captain Hugo 
Kappler played his usual fine agressive style — when he 
wasn't laid up with injuries. But as far as the black and 
white figures on the won-lost records go, there wasn't much 
to say, except that nobody ever bribed us I 



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BASEBALL 

After starting the season on a fairly even keel, then slumping through 
a period of mid-season doldrums, the 1950 Tar Heel baseball team 
came through in the home stretch to wind up the season with a .500 
average and a 17-17 record. They barely missed finishing second in 
the Big Four standings. But the season was still something of a dis- 
appointment to. coaches Bunn Hearn and Walter Rabb. With only 
three major positions left vacant through graduation from the 1949 
outfit, and such standout material as First Baseman and Captain Willard 
Hobbs, Third Baseman John Senter, Outfielder Ed Lamb, and Pitchers 
Bill McGinn and Dean Cassell back for another campaign, it looked 
like the Tar Heels were destined for a good season. There were also 
a number of top performers up from the '49 freshman squad who 
seemed to be shaping up well in pre-season drills. Dick Wiess and 



Dean Cassell, Pitcher 



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VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD 
FIRST ROW: Webb, Paschal, Page, Overman, Herring, Whitfield, Brookshire, Holmes, Clements, 
Eldridge, Schacht, Reeves • SECOND ROW: Gurganus, McGinn, Gaston, Senter, Leonard, Cassell, 
Proctor, Murphy, Hesmer, Whiteheart, Corbitt, Surles • THIRD ROW: Coaches Rabb and Hearn, 
Whitted, Vitasek, Lamb, Hobbs, Corter, Smith, Kurinski, Weiss, Stevens, Coach Hoyworth, Manager 
Dickson. 



Charlie Gurganus, Catchers, Infielders Dan Whitehart, Skeet Hesmer 
and Joe Brookshire, and Pitchers Roger Paschal, and Henry Schact, 
a left hander, were all being heavily depended on for first string work 
with the varsity. Just after the Tar Heels returned to Chapel Hill from 
their season-christening Florida trip they got another shot in the arm 
with the announcement by the Athletic Department that veteran 
Outfielder Jim Ballou would be eligible for the remainder of the year. 
But still the hard working Carolina nine seemed to lack something. 
After winning six of their first eight games, they went into a pro- 
longed six-game losing streak and then managed to win only two of the 
next five encounters. But they came back to whip Duke three times 
straight but lost to State in the finale and as a consequence lost out for 
second place in the Big Four. In Southern Conference play the Tar Heels 
won ten and lost nine, and in Big Four competition they came out in the 
red, losing eight while wining only seven. Duke was the chief victim of 
the Carolina attack. The Blue Devils lost four of five games to the Tar 
Heels. But Coach Hearn's crew could take only one from the powerful 
State Wolfpack, and two out of five from Wake Forest's Demon 
Deacons, who wound up repeating as loop champions. The high spot 




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Ed Goston, Pitcher 




Henry Schocht, Pitcher 



of the season was without doubt Bill McGinn's masterful no-hit, no-run 
victory over Duke. The feat made Big Four history and went into the 
books as the first such accomplishment at Carolina since Vinnie De- 
Lorenzo turned the trick in 1947. But DeLorenzo was tagged in extra 
innings and the game was never entered as an official no-hitter. McGinn 
missed pitching a perfect gam.e only by the narrow margin of two bases 
on balls and a single infield error. The six-foot, 170-pounder will lead 
the Carolina mound staff again this year in his final campaign for the 
Tar Heels. He was the only Tar Heel pitcher to finish over the .500 mark 
with his 4-3 record. "Diz" Dean Cassell, a Phi Beta Kappa and in his 
last season for Carolina, pitched the greatest number of games. He 
completely maste.red Big Four competition, beating each team in the 
league at least once to split 16 games while facing the best in the loop. 
In the hitting department. Captain Will Hobbs, another senior, led 
the team with a .288 average. As a team the Tar Heels only managed 
a weak .225 which may, along with the failure of the mound staff, 
go toward explaining the overall 17-17 record for the season. Among 
the standouts for the 1950 team were the two sophomores Gurganus and 
Wiess, who shared most of the work behind the plate; Outfielders 



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Lamb and Ballou, both of who will be lost to the Tar Heels in '51; 
Second Baseman Skeet Hesmer, up from the ranks of Carl Snavely's 
football squad; Third Baseman "Sleepy" Senter, and Shortstop Joe 
Brookshire, who led the team in games played with 3-t. Prospects for 
1951 edition of the Tar Heels look better than average. Led by McGinn, 
Gurganus, Wiess and Senter, there will be a number of veterans re- 
turning for another campaign and a group of good sophomore prospects 
up from the freshman squad. If the Selective Service or enlistments 
spare the Tar Heels, Carolina should come up with a winning team next 
year. 




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1951 SOCCER SQUAD 
FIRST ROW: Anderson, Lewis, Foy, Brannon, Captain Blankenship, Gwynn, Rhoodes, Sawyer, Milledge • SECOND ROW: Cole, Pazdon, McCalmo 
Montgomery, Dorsett, Lurie, Steyens, Kalb, Tremoine, Hamilton • THIRD ROW: Manoger Wilkes, Beatty, Betty, Tyson, Greenboum, Shore, Atkil 
Windsor, Kirby, Goslin, Bowman, Hopkins, Willioms, Coach Allen. 




Buck Blankenship, Captain 




SOCCER 



The 1950 varsity soccer team enjoyed a fairly successful season under 
the direction of coach Marvin Allen. During the fall season the Tar 
Heels won five matches and lost four. The season opened with a 6-0 
win over State. A 4-0 victory over RPI and a 2-1 wm over Virginia 
followed before Duke came in and held the Tar Heels scoreless, 3-0. 
Then Penn State, last year's national champions, did the same thing. 
The Tar Heels retaliated with a 2-1 win over Duke, lost to W & L, 
beat State again, and lost to Maryland. Buck Blankenship captained 
the squad through the season and was one of Allen's most outstanding 
players. 



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Frank Hooper ond Otis Honeycutt 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Sportswriters admire, perhaps more than any other athlete, the cross 
country runner, the fellow who almost daily runs himself to death over a 
rugged four mile course. Carolina's cross country men — Jerry Lewis, Otis 
Honeycutt, Frank Hooper, Gordon Hamrick, and the rest — finished the 
dual meet season with only three wins and four defeats. Some of the meets 
were almost too close to lose. The wins came over Davidson, in the 
opener, William and Mary and Virginia at the close of the season. In 
the Big Five meet at State the Tar Heels finished third, with 66 points. 
At the Conference meet in College Park, Carolina placed fourth with 90 
points. 



1950-51 CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD 
nan, Hamrick, Hooper, Honeycutt, Webb, Bennett, Ranson, Cooch • SECOND ROW: Burkhalter, Tickle, Jo 













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1950-51 GYMNASTICS TEAM 
FIRST ROW: Meade, Houghton, Dorn, 
White, Duke, Willioms, Ritch • SECOND 
ROW: Wood, Pork, Goodin, Madison, Bell, 
Cooke, Harrison. 



GYMNASTICS 




Gymnastics is still a new sport at Carolina. The sport was started last 
year and has been developed largely through the efforts of Coach Bill 
Meade. The squad has performed at intermissions at basketball games 
and engaged in several dual meets. Gymnastics is a sport that exhibits 
strength, dexterity and control of the body muscles through the use 
of parallel bars, side horses, and other miscellaneous pieces of equip- 
ment. This year the squad has a regular dual meet schedule and will 
enter the Southern regional championship meet. 



FENCING CLUB 



The Fencing Club is in essence a minor varsity sport, meeting annually other colleges and 
universities in all three phases of fencing — foil, epee, and sabre. 

Last year the Club had a very successful season against N. C. State College, Kentucky, Vir- 
ginia, and V.M.I. The fencers are looking forward to even greater results this year. 



1950-51 FENCING TEAM 
FIRST ROW: Cannon, Jernigan, William 
Gibson, Horrell • SECOND ROW: Age 
Hagner, Penegar, Forrest, Youngbloo< 
Evans. 



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1951 WRESTLING TEAM 
Cox, Farbcr, Ragsdale, Quails, Schwartz, Bond, Romsdoll, McLaughlil 



WRESTLING 



The 1950 dual meet wrestling season wasn't a good one for the Carolina wrestlers. In seven matches 
the Tar Heels won one, tied one, and lost five. But the end of the season saw the Tar Heels do 
well at the Conference Championships with Phil Kemp winning the title in the 155-pound division. 
Kemp and Oscar Gupton were the mainstays, with assistance from Bob McGimsey, Charlie Harless, 
Barry Farber, Chigger Quails, and Tommy Coxe. 

The 1951 season outlook looked bright, with most everyone back but Gupton, who took over coach- 
ing the fresh, and Kemp and McGimsey, who went into the Armed Forces. Sam Barnes, late of 
V.M.I., replaced Chuck Quinlan as varsity coach before the season got under way. 

With a few good prospects up from the freshman squad, we could safely predict a good season 
before the first dual meet was held. 




Lyn Bond and Ted McLaughlin 





SWIMMING 

Swimming was one of the first sports to get under way in 
the year 1950. It opened with the Carolina sponsored 
Thanksgiving Day meet (held November, 1949, but is 
considered a part of the 1950 season). Tar Heels did well 
there, then opened a .ten event dual meet season with a 
43-32 win over Duke. Victories were posted over Virginia 
Tech, Navy, William and Mary, Virginia Military, Georgia 
Tech, and Miami. But the Tar Heels didn't finish the season 
with a perfect record. Twice they were defeated. National 
Champions Ohio State smothered the Carolinians, 62-13, 
and LaSalle, a swimmer's paradise, edged Carolina, 40-35. 

Coach Dick Jamerson, Assistants Ralph Casey, Bob Ousley 
and Ed Draper, and Carolina students and faculty could 
well be proud of several cf the Outstanding Tar Heel 
Sv.'immers. Meaning, of course, Jim Thomas, Norm Sper, 
and feminine star Sara Wakefield. 

Thomas, elected captain of the 1951 team, set record after 
record of all shapes and sizes during the year. Too numerous 
to raention here, it can be said that he holds fourteen 
records of national character — five NCAA marks and nine 
American records. 

Norm Spear won the AAU Platform Diving Title and Miss 
Wakefield, a lass loaded with talent and beauty, won the 
Women's one meter diving title at the AAU meet in 
Florida. 



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1950-51 SWIMMING TEAM 
FIRST ROW: Cotes, F. Kennedy, J. Kennedy, Dawes, Zohner • SECOND ROW: Howard, Amble 
ROW: Heins, White, Boorcke, Wall, Tinkhom, Levy • FOURTH ROW: Coach Ousley, Monager ! 






The team won the Conference title again, this time with 
69 points. Cecil Milton, Thomas, and Sper won firsts in 
the event. 

But there were many others on the Carolina team — and just 
as big a winning factor as the top stars. We're speaking of 
men like Jack Whichard, Kirby Ambler, Sam McCauley, 
Ray Edmundson, Darrell Byerly, and many others. 



As the seniors leave, a star-studded freshman team moves 
up to compete during the 1951 season. Among them Stan 
Tinkham, Buddy Baarcke, Rick Levy, Buddy Heins, and 
Billy McCord. 

So, as the 1951 ViJC/te/v ^'aik goes to the printer, the new 
Carolina swimming team goes after another in a lengthy 
list of Southern Conference swimming titles. 



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Bob House, Pole Vault 



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TRACK 

The 1950 track season was inaugurated in Chapel Hill with the 
Fifteenth Annual Southern Conference Indoor Games at Woollen 
Gym As in past years, the Tar Heels, paced by the sensational 
Bill Albans, won the meet handily, amassing more points than the 
rest of the scoring institutions combined could muster. At the 
Maryland Indoor meet in Washington the Tar Heels, sending only 
a few top runners, placed second behind the Terps, 

The Outdoor season was climaxed here in Chapel Hill on Fetzer 
Field where Coaches Bob Fetzer, Dale Ranson, and Joe Hilton 
watched their proteges add another Southern Conference title to 



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Mac McLain, 220, 440 



Laddie Terrell, 440, Relay 



Bob Morrow, High, Low Hurdles 




the long list of track championships won by Carolinians. Albans was again the star, winning 
three events and placing third in another. 

The dual meet season was highly successful — six wins in as many meets. Duke, State College, 
Princeton, Camp Lejeune, Wake Forest, and Georgia Tech all fell by the wayside. 

Tar Heel trackmen were running in all directions in every corner of the country during the 
season. In the Florida Relays Bob Kirk, Bob Morrow, and Jack Moody performed brilliantly. 
In the Penn Relays Kirk won the javelin again, Albans starred, Magill Placed, and the shuttle 
hurdle relay team of Moody, Albans, Morrow, and newcomer Garrett Fitzgibbons won the 
American Championship. Albans hiked to Tulare, California to place second behind Bob 
Mathias in the Decathlon Championship of American colleges. And the entire Carolina team 
shone in the Carolina Relays. 

Bob Kirk was awarded the E. J. Evans trophy, which is given annually to the senior member 
of the squad for the outstanding performance of the year based on leadership, skill, and sports- 
manship. The reason .-' Victories in the Florida, Penn, and Carolina Relays, Southern-South- 
eastern Championship meet, and the Southern Conference championships. 

Stars were numerous. Among them: Albans, Kirk, Moody, Morrow, Magill, Holden, Terrill, 
Crimmins, Scott, Brigham, House, and Fitzgibbons. 



FIRST ROW: Willis, ScoM, Crii 
Hooper, Brigham, Holden, Terrell, Sanders, J 
cutt. Council, Ogden, Perry, Horliss, Payne, N 
Solaski, Field, Dixon, Burgess, Culpepper, Manag 



1950 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TRACK CHAMPIONS 
Kirk, Magill and Morrow, Co-Captains; Albans, Moody, Fitzgibbons 



ck. White, Shields, 
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Allston, Monoger Hart. 



• SECOND ROW: G. Homrick, McLain, 
Fetzer, Coach Ranson, Litton, Honey- 
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Harvie Ward, )r., the nation's defending Collegiate golfing champion, 
captained the Carolina golfers in the spring of 1950 and led them 
through a season that saw the Tar Heels win eight times out of eleven 
tries. 

The season was highlighted by the friendly feuding between Coach 
Chuck Erickson's star pupil and Wake Forest's Arnold Palmer. In the 
three times Ward and Palmer fought it out on the fairways, Ward won 
twice. During the dual meet season both players defeated the other 
once. Then at the Southern Conference championships Ward came 
through with a brilliant game to defeat the Wake Forest Star and win 
the Conference title. Palmer defeated Ward in the Southern Inter- 
collegiate match at Athens, Georgia to even the score. 

Led by Ward, who had won the historic North-South Amateur title at 
Pinehurst in the two previous years, the Tar Heels marched through an 
enjoyable season, opened with a pair of wins over South Carolina. 
Dartmouth, State College, Harvard, and Ohio University fell to the 
Tar Heel power in successive meets before Navy came up to defeat 
Carolina by one point. The Tar Heels met Wake Forest next and were 
defeated with the Deacons holding a six-point margin. The Tar Heels 
bounced back to defeat Michigan and avenge the Wake Forest defeat 
with an 18-9 win over the Deacs. In the season's finale, the potent 
Blue Devils of Duke swamped Carolina, 20-7. Then came the Con- 
ference meet where Ward copped the title. 

During the year the construction work on the new A. E. Finley Golf 
Course was completed enough so that the first nine holes were available 
to Chapel Hill Golfers. 

In the NCAA meet in New Mexico Ward lost his title when he was 
defeated in the third round. 




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TENNIS 



Twenty-five times the University's tennis team, captained by veteran 
Clark Taylor and coached by the likeable John Kenfield, entered collegi- 
ate competition in the Spring of 1950, and twenty-three times the Tar 
Heel squad defeated its opponents. Only powerful Miami and Southern 
Conference Champion Davidson defeated the Carolina team. The sea- 
son opened against Ohio State and the Carolinians produced the first 
of 14 victories before they were to bow to the Wildcats of Davidson, 
5-4, A defeat the next day by Miami's Hurricanes, and then on to the 
Conference championships at Davidson where Clark Taylor was de- 
feated in the finals by Bo Roddey and the Taylor-Charlie Rice tandem 
was defeated in the doubles by Roddey and Whit Cobb. 



The 1950 Carolina Tennis Teon 



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Grant Lynch, Co-Captain 




Kirk Manning, Co-Capta 




LACROSSE 



The Spring of 1950 was the second year of collegiate competition for the Tar Heel Lacrosse team. 
For a sophomore team, they did a commendable job, finishing the season with four victories out of 
ten contests. Coach Bill Darden built a good team and created interest in the sport before leaving 
for the Naval Academy where he became an assistant coach. At the end of the season the Tar Heels 
sent Coach Darden and Co-Captain Grant Lynch tD the North-South All-Star game at College Park. 
The University's team was admitted to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. 

Hal Taylor, Grant Lynch, Kirk Manning (Co-Captain), and Jesse Greenbaum were the leaders on 
the field, with strong support from the remainder of the squad. 



THE 1950 LACROSSE TEAM 
FIRST ROW: Taylor, Gilmore, Beatty, Sargent, Lynch, Manning, Hughes • SECOND ROW: Greenbaum, Debnom 
Dorden, Levine • THIRD ROW: Brame, Monager; Sowell, Fields, Winius, Srrudwick, Lynch, Durham, Caldwell, Co 




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INTRAMURAL STAFF 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ed Cloyd, Bill Kucyk, ond Director Walter Robb. 




Intramural Track and Field Championships 




INTRAMURAL 
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Addition to the Mural Program is the Greek Week Relays. 



The Intramural Sports program at the University of North 
Carolina is perhaps one of the most extensive programs of 
its type in the country. Under the direction of Walter 
Rabb, and assistants Ed Cloyd and Bill Kuc7k, the intra- 
mural program provided athletic activity for over 75 per 
cent of the student body. In all, 7,809 participants were 
entered in the 25 activities sponsored by the Intramural 
Department. At the end of the 1949-50 season Sigma Chi 
led the fraternity division program with 1535.1 points 
scored under the new point scoring system. The Med School 
led the dormitory division with 1291.4 points. At the end 
of the fall term in 1950, Zeta Psi was leading the fraternity 
division with 333.25 points, with defending champions 



Sigma Chi following close behind with 327.33. In the 
Dorm division Old West had taken the lead away from 
the Med School with 230 points. The Med School boys 
were second with 210.5 points. In addition to the team 
(and point-scoring) activities, the Intramural Department 
sponsors the Sports Carnival, Dance Club, and Big Four 
Sports Carnival. This year the fraternity Greek Week Field 
Day was successfully added to the program. According to 
Director Rabb, the Mural program had a relatively suc- 
cessful year and appeared to be growing every quarter. 
Co-recreational activities have been added to the program, 
giving the coeds more chance to participate in Intramural 
athletics. 



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Freshman athletics at Chapel Hill were, for the most 
part, successful for the year 1950-51. But the future 
of the freshman program looked glum. The reason ? 
The war situation. It looked like this would be the 
last year of freshman sports for quite a while — there 
was talk of suspending the freshman rule in order 
to accommodate the anticipated military college 
programs. But this year, if it was to be the last for a 
while, did give us a chance to smile about the future 
Carolina varsity squads. The freshman football team, 
under the direction of former Tar Heel football star 
jim Camp, defeated Virginia, Wake Forest, and Duke, 
while losing a close one to State and to Maryland. 
They were saying we had another Charlie Justice in 
Quarterback Billy Williams. He could pass, run, and 
kick very well for a freshman. But there were many 
others on the squad deserving of attention. Maultsby, 
Creel, Toledano, Seawell, Motta, Daniels — they were 
all good. The season opened with a 7-0 loss to State 
and a 29-20 defeat by the Baby Terrapins. Then the 
next three games were won by the Tar Babies — 
34-0 over Virginia, 14-7 over Wake Forest, and 30-0 
over Duke in the season's finale. The freshman base- 
ball team completed a winning season under the 
tuteledge of Henry House. They finished the season 
with ten wins and nine defeats. Don Gilleland was 
the team's leading hitter, with a .338 average for the 
season. John Stowe, Bob Henning, and Pitcher Bill 
Lore were outstanding members of the team that de- 
feated State four times, but dropped all five games to 



Wake Forest. It was too early to tell much about the 
1951 Freshman basketball team, but It looked like 
they would do well under Dan Nyimicz, another 
Carolina star turned coach. They were playing an 18 
game schedule, including three games with Duke, 
four with Wake Forest, and two with N. C. State. 
Roger Kingsbury, the St. Alban's (Washington, 
D. C.) high school star, George May, Jimmy Breed- 
love, Fenno McGinty, and several others appeared to 
be excellent material for future varsity squads. The 
freshman lacrosse team, playing more or less a practice 
schedule of four games with Duke, won one out of 
three. But they were actually unofficial games, not a 
regular schedule. The first year tennis team, paced by 
ace Bill Izlar, finished the season with nine wins in 
1 3 outings. Bob Spencer and Gene Oberdorfer fared 
well on the courts. The freshman wrestling squad 
finished the season with a 3-2 record, the climax of 
the season being a 27-5 win over the Blue Devils 
of Duke. Horton, Stukey, Jordan, and Troxler were 
the mainstays of the squad. The track team finished 
the season at the Big Five meet in Raleigh and came 
out second in the meet. Barry Rizzo copped the Discus 
event and Jim Johnson won in the broad jump. The 
freshman cross country team placed second in the 
Big Five meet with 49 points. In dual meet competi 
tion the team won one (beat Duke, 24-32), and lost 
three. The soccer squad, playing only against State 
and Duke, didn't win a match all season, but lost 
several close ones. They played six games in all, four 
with Duke and two with State. So, all in all, it was a 
pretty good season for Carolina's freshman teams. 



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WOMEN'S SPORTS 



Athletics play an important part in the lives of 
women students of the University. In addition to 
regular physical education classes, there are special 
sports clubs and an extensive intramural program. 
The Women's Athletic Association is the organi- 
zation which sponsors sports for all coeds. The 
WAA Council consists of one representative from 
each sorority, dormitory, the CICA, and Town 



Association. Otficers of the WAA this year are 
Carolyn Guthrie, president ; Dot Teague, vice- 
president; Audrey Brown, secretary; Betty Came- 
ron, Treasurer; and Margaret Garrett, awards 
chairman. The purpose of the WAA is to develop 
qualities of leadership; to promote interest in 
women's athletics; and to provide opportunity for 
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with these aims the WAA sponsors an annual fall 
picnic during orientation week. It helps the CAA 
present a sports and co-recreational nights. In the 
Fall the Intramural Program consists of volley ball, 
hockey, and table tennis; Winter sports include 
basketball, badminton, shuffleboard, swimming; 
while spring brings archery, softball, golf and 
tennis. Following completion of Intramural tourna- 
ments an annual spring picnic and awards night 
is held at which time dormitory and sorority cups 



are presented to teams with the highest accumula- 
tion of points throughout the year in sports events. 
Individual awards of senior cups and monograms 
are also presented. Organized clubs for special 
sport interests hold frequent meetings. These are 
modern dance, folk dance, basketball, hockey, and 
swimming. The Hockey Club competes with teams 
from other universities and colleges. The Splash 
Club presents an annual water pageant of interest 
to the entire campus. 



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Aqua Ballet and other estuarian octivities take precedent over most of the sports. 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 



To the students on the campus 
privileged to wear the "Phi Bete" 
key, Phi Beta Kappa represents 
a minimum of eight full quarters 
of work in which a scholastic 
average of 92.5 or better has 
been maintained. 




ROY GRIFFITH HALL, JR. 
President 



BENJAMIN GARY PEASE, JR. 
Vice-President 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: R. G. Hall, Jr., B. G. Pease, Jr., W. J. Brown, Chancellor R. B. House, 
Dr. A. C. Howell, Dean E. L. Mackie, Dean C. P. Spruill. 

MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 17, 1950 
David Massey Adams, Robert Miller Arthur, Ralph Jones Atkinson, Noel Wayne Baker. Earl Ray 
Betts, Jr., Albert Stowe Blankenship, Jr., William Augustus Bowen, William Jackson Brown, Eugene 
Floyd Bryant, Richard Fry Bunting, William Cromartie Burgess, James Edwin Clement, David 
Elwood Clinard, Jr., Edward Haynes Collins, Johnston Fred Colvard, Jr., Mai Bell Conley, Thano A. 
Cotsis, John Henry Crabtree, Jr., Thomas Harold Crowder, Jr., Robert Hampton Davis, Jr., 
Olindo Dragone, Robert Hampton Ellmore, James Everett, Jr., Ann Parker Faulconer, Ralph Edward 
Forrest, Charles Robert Gilchrist, Jr., Cary Lee Guy, Richard Francis Haff, Roy Griffith Hall. Jr., 
Edwin Brown Hatch, Jr., Robert Joyce Hooper, William Davis Huffines, John Randolph Ingram, 
Richard Hampton Jenrette, James William Johnson, Charles BIythe Jones, Graham Eugene Jones, 
Mack Hood Jones, Maria Kerr Jones, Edwin Saunders Jordan, William Frederick Kampschmidt, Jr., 
Robert Edward Kaufman, John Lacy Kennedy, Morris Knudscn, Mary Wilhelmina Lamar, Marshall 
Ross Lane, John Thomas Langley, Tally Edward Lassiter, Margaret Rogers Law, David Hallam 
Littlejohn. 

PHI BETA KAPPA INITIATES— MAY 17, 1950 
William Hendren Long, Barbara Morris Lowe, Barbara Jean Lunaford, Eurid Reid McAuley, Jr., 
Henry Jackson McFarland, Jr., Clarence Reid McLain, Jr., Mary Angelyn McNease, Arnold Lawrence 
McPeters, Marshall Thomas McRae, lames Mark Mahan, Seth Deith Meads, William Henry Melson, 



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Alpha Chapter of North Carolina 




WILLIAM JACKSON BROWN 
Recording Secretary 



ERNEST LLOYD MACKIE 
Corresponding Secretary 



Jr., Jesse Mardred Mercer, Jr., William Arnold Miller, Jr., Herbert Thomas Mitchell, Jr., Jack 
Wiley Money, Stephen Irwin Moore, Mary Stewart Morehouse, Donald Earl Morris, Warren Dale 
Morrison, Jr., Richard James Murphy, Austin Southard Myers, Jr., Thomas Lenford Nabors, 
Charles Allan Northend, Jean Elizabeth Ogburn, Cornelius Theodore Partrick, Joseph McKinsey 
Paul, Benjamin Gary Pease, Jr., William Smith Peebles, III, Jere Rufus Pelletier, Charles Harris 
Powell, George Donald Presley, Edmund Watson Price, Jacqueline Leona Rosen, Jay William 
Sanders, Jr., Aubert Calvin Snow, Walter Allen Spivey, Patricia Denning Stanford, Louise Bruce 
Stave, William Herman Strickland. Jr.. Percy Watson Suggs, Jr., Elmur Brian Tripp, Hubert 
Durwood Tyndall, Robert Harrell Vinson, Alexander Grady Webb, Jr., George Henderson Webb, 
William Henry White, Jr., Robert TurnbuU Whitlock, Edith Winslow, Will Allen Worth, Walker 
Veatman Worth, Jr. 

PHI BETA KAPPA INITIATES— DECEMBER 5, 1950 
Betty Ann Armold, William Earl Brewer, Robert Lee Brooks, Merlin Roderick Bynum, Richard 
Erie Cofield, Jr., Edward James Dalgleish, Joseph Leo DeWalt, Charles Raymond Duval, Philip 
Jackson Edwards, Ann Marshall Emmert, William James Feltus, III, Felder Sharpe Graham, Allan 
Leiand Griffiths, James Oscar Hagwood, James William Hayes, III, William Stanley Holland, 
Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Adrian Smith Lineberger, Jr., Mary McLendon, Edwin Moline, Jr., 
F.rank Crawford Morrison, Jr., Charles Edward Osborne, Albert Michael Pacifici, Jr., Carol Haines 
Purdy, Curtis Joyner Ratledge, George Hugh Rodgers, Robert Perry Rushmore, Evelyn Louise 
Ruspini, William Matthew Vinson, John Russell Wellons, Arthur Simeon Winsor, Jr., James 
Houston Wood. 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




FIRST ROW: Eorl Betts, H. M. Brinkley, Ernest S. Cox, T. Harold Crowder, William S. Debnam • SECOND ROW: Harris Evans, John Faust, Charles B. 
Fulghum, Jr., Charles L. Herring, E. R. McAuley • THIRD ROW: Maurice B Richardson, James G. Stollings, Kenneth W. Wright, Jr. 



The National Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta established the North Carolina Beta 
Chapter of this honorary pre-medical society at the University of North Carolina on 
March 25, 1936. Since that date the local chapter has been active as a guiding group to 
interested pre-medical students. It has helped to give these students an insight into the 
problems and philosophy of a medical career. By the presentation of guest lecturers from 
the various phases of the medical profession, visits to hospitals, and similar activities, 
the chapter has endeavored to bridge the gap between the Pre-Medical School and the 
School of Medicine. 

OFFICERS 

Maurice Richardson Chairman 



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PHI ALPHA DELTA 

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FIRST ROW: Ike Andrews, George F. Boson, James Blount, Williom Bobbift, Joseph F. Bowen, Rolond C. Broswell, Ben Corson, Lester V. Chalmers, Jr. 

• SECOND ROW: Ernest L. Currin, Blair L. Dolly, Roymond E. Dunn, Winfred R. Ervin, Glade Flake, John E. Giles, Gene H. Hall, Cloude W. Harrrs 

• THIRD ROW: Perry C. Henson, Charles Lombeth, Peter E. Lovin, James R. Lewis, William F. Long, Thomas H. Motthews, A. Max Ruppe, Somuel G. 
Shohade • FOURTH ROW: Williom G. Shohade, Willis A. Tolton, Itimous T. Volentine, Jr., Chorles M. Welling, F. R. Willord, Lemuel M. Williford, 
Franklin W. Winfree. 




Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity was founded at the University of Chicago in 1897. 
Ruffin Chapter of the University of North Carolina was established in April, 1921. 
The purpose of the fraternity is the improving of professional standards and the 
development of leadership through association. Each year the Chapter conducts a mock 
trial presided over by a member of the state bench. At frequent intervals, it holds ban- 
quets at which time imminent speakers from the bar and bench are presented. This year 
the Chapter has launched a lending-textbook service to students of the Law School. 
On its calendar of social events are an informal dinner-dance in the fall, and a formal 
banquet-dance in the spring. 

OFFICERS 

John Giles ]HS/ice 

Glade Flake Vice-Justice 

Perry Henson Treasurer 

Lem Williford Clerk 

Ike Andrews Marshal 

M. T. VanHecke Faculty Member 



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RHO CHI SOCIETY 




FIRST ROW: William Allen, Ralph E. Carter, William Cash, Ycn-Tsal Chang • SECOND ROW: Benjamin F. Cooper, Paul Fisher, Benjamin R. 
Harward, Elias C. Speight • THIRD ROW: Joe B. Vinson, James G. Young. 



The Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honorary Society was founded at the University of Michigan 
in 1908. The XI Chapter of the University of North CaroHna was established in 1929. 

The object of the Society is twofold : to promote the advancement of pharmaceutical 
sciences and to promote good fellowship among undergraduates, graduates and faculty 
members, bringing them together in fraternal and helpful comradeship. 

Rho Chi represents a minimum of 112 quarter hours of work in which an average 
of 92.3 or better has been maintained. Membership is the most coveted award of a 
pharmacy student. 

OFFICERS 

William D. Cash Presideiil 

Ralph E. Carter, Jr Vice-Presideiil 

Paul L. Fisher Secretary-Treasurer 



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PHI DELTA PHI 





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FIRST ROW: Walter C. Clark, Thomas Cooper, Tenehe C. Coxe, Harper Elam, Robert L. Emanuel, Don Evons, C. Clifford Frailer, Jr., John R. 
Friday • SECOND ROW: Hugh Griffin, Richord L. Griffin, S. Dean Hamrick, M. V. Horton, Hubert B. Humphrey, Jr., J. C. Johnson, Paul A. 
Johnston, Samuel H. Johnson • THIRD ROW: Robert Koonts, Jack W. Lasley, Roddey M. LIgon, Jr., Thomas A. Lockhart, Webster S. Medlin, 
Willlom L. Mills, Jr., Charles B. Nye, Dotson G. Palmer • FOURTH ROW: Paul K. Plunkett, Michael A. Roberts, W. Braxton Schell, W. M. 
Smith, David L. Stroln, Moson P. Thomas, Jr., William L. Thorp, Jr., Earl W. Vaughn. 



Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan 
in 1869. This occasion marked the founding of the first professional fraternity of any 
kind in America. From this beginning the Fraternity has grown to include seventy-one 
currently active chapters. Vance Inn of Phi Delta Phi was founded at the University of 
North Carolina in 1919. Fraternity activities are devoted toward the promotion of higher 
standards of professional ethics and culture in Law Schools and in the profession at large. 
Considerable emphasis is placed on scholarship by the Fraternity. 

OFFICERS 

Don Evans Magisler 

Robert L. Emanuel Clerk 

Willis C. Bumgarner Historian 

Bill Ligon Exchequer 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Bob Poo!e 
President 

George Rodgers 
First Vice-President 

Grady Moretz 
Second Vice-President 

Joe Arnold 
Recording Secretary 

Borry Farber 
Corresponding Secretary 

Bill Hogshead 
Treasurer 

Jay Joseph 
Alumni Secretory 

Bob Blanton 
Historian 



Sergeont-at-Ar 

Dr. O. G. Monn 
Faculty Chairm 



Alpha Phi Omega is the national service fraternity for former Boy 
Scouts. It was founded in 1925 at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsyl- 
vania. The local chapter was chartered May 19, 1930 as the seventeenth 
chapter of the national f raternit}' which now boasts over 200 chapters in 
colleges of the nation. 

Dr. E. Charles Powell, of Goldsboro, N. C, was the first Rho chapter 
president. On February 25, 1949, Rho chapter was reactivated and 
initiated 46 members in its first year. 

Alpha Phi Omega renders service to student body and faculty, to youth 
and community, to members of the fraternity, and to the nation as 
participating citizens. This year Rho chapter will endeavor to enlarge 
its program and increase its service to the campus, community, and 
nation. 




FIRST ROW: J. B. Alexonder, Joseph A. Arnold, Myron C. Banks, Charles J. Bartlett, Robert Blanton, Edgar Bond, J. A. Bridger, Phil 
Erwin M. Donziger, Barry Farber • SECOND ROW: Robert Farmer, Charlie Fox, C. 6. Fulghum, William R. Furches, E. S. Goldman, Charles 
Joseph Hamrick, Thomas Harrington, Thomas Harrison, William Hogshead • THIRD ROW: Edward F. Kirk, Jock Koslow, T. Moe. Long, Jo 
James P. Madison, T. C. Martus, Michael C. D. McDoniel, Robert B. Melton, Dillord G. Moretz, Jr., Billy O'Neal • FOURTH ROW: Henry B. 
R. H. Poole, Earmine L. Poteot, Zone Robbins, James O. Roberson, George H. Rodgers, Robert L. Rollins, William S. Roth, Paul Roth, J. 
• FIFTH ROW: Henry H. Shavitz, Russell H. Shouse, Jr., Jerry M. Shuping, Ray R. SolaskI, A. L. Susmon, Gerald Wagger, A. A. Williams, 
Williams, William B. Wood, J. D. Wordsworth, Wilson F. Yorborough. 

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Alpha Rho Chapter of PHI MU ALPHA 



Phi Mu Alphn Sinfonia was founded at the New England Conservatory 
of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1898. Its aims are to advance the 
cause of music in America, foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood 
of students of music, develop the truest fraternal spirit among its 
members, and encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. 

The Alpha Rho Chapter, founded at the University of North Carolina 
in 1926, takes an active part in the furtherance of musical activities at 
the University. Each year the chapter presents its American Music 
Program, a concert devoted to the performance of works by American 
composers and usually including compositions by members of the 
fraternity. Whenever possible. Phi Mu Alpha brings to the campus 
well known guest artists. 

Keeping in mind the advancement of the best in music, Phi Mu Alpha 
attempts to develop a strong fraternal feeling among the promoters of 
that art. 



Clay Crisp 
President 

Will O. Headlee 
Vice-President 

Carl Baxter 
Secretary 

Robin Scroggs 



FIRST ROW: C. R. Conrad, Clay Crisp, Benjy Haywood, William O. Headlee • SECOND ROW: James S. Hix, Jr., Joe A. Mo 
• THIRD ROW: Robin Scroggs, B. Weathers, James P. Woodard. 



John A. Robe 




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FIRST ROW: William F. Allen, Arthur A. Anderson, Joseph F. Blond, Charles Blonton, Robert T. Britt, Earl T. Brown, Alvin Bryont, Loy R. Burris, Jr., 
Rowe B Campbell • SECOND ROW: Leo H. Corter, William D. Cash, Alec W. Clelland, Jr., Robert E. Collins, Harold Vann Ray, James H. Fletcher, 
Jerry T Gaylord, James P. Greene, James S. Greene • THIRD ROW: John W. Gresham, Benjamin R. Horword, Lorry B. McAllister, Woller S. Perrow, 
Sam H. Price, Jr., Joe N. Reese, Douglas A. Roberts, William N. Robertson, Hubert N. Rogers, Jr., Gilbert C. Russell • FOURTH ROW: John M. Sasser, 
Harold B. Sauls, Dale M. Shepherd, Roger Sloop, James A. Speight, Sam T. Thorne, Emory M. Wotson, Olin H. Welsh, Joseph G. White, Howord A. 



Earl T. Brown 
Regent 

Harold V. Doy 
Vice-Regent 

Robert E. Collins 
Secretory 

Clark Russell 
Treasurer 

Ben Horword 
Historian 

Sam Price 
Chaplain 

I. W. Rose 
Faculty Advisor 



History: Founded at Medical College of Virginia at Richmond, Virginia, 
in 1879. 

Colors: Scarlet and Cadet Gray. 

Flower: Red Carnation. 

Publication: The Mask. 

Beta Xi Chapter founded at the University of North Carolina in 1915. 
The purpose of the fraternity is to stimulate interest in the profession 
among men of outstanding character, integrity, and scholarship. 

We endeavor to equip these men, through education and the fraternal 
spirit, with a well-rounded background so that they may serve their 
profession and their community with maximum advantage to both. 



PHI DELTA CHI 





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FIRST ROW: Robert E. Allen, Jones D. Bain, Jr., Jimmre Barnett, Robert H. Bcoson, Bruce Beddingfield, Charles Campbell, Ralph E. Carter, Jr. 
• SECOND ROW: Walter Clodfelter, B. F. Cooper, Leion C. Dollar, Paul L. Fisher, William C. Griffin, J. C. Harris, George W. Harris • THIRD ROW: 
John H. Horton, Jr., Ray T. Hudson, Carl Kirby, James C. McGee, Jr., William J. Miller, Kenneth E. Moore, Miiton A. Moore, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: 
William H. Randoll, Jr., Harry C. Stone, Jr., C. L. Swearngan, Alvis G. Turner, Jr., W. Boling VanValkenburgh, Wilbur S. Word, Lloyd M. Whaley, 
Earl G. Willioms. 



Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity founded to 
promote and advance the science of pharmacy by striving to instill in 
its members the highest ideals and principles worthy of an old and 
honored profession. 

This, the Alpha Gamma Chapter, was established at the University of 
North Carolina on May 30, 1922. Since then it has been an active 
organization in the School of Pharmacy. 

Activities for the year included purchase of new furniture — new paint 
— and many hours of hard, but enjoyable, work — smokers — pledging 
— meetings — new brothers — homecoming luncheon for alumni — parties 
and celebrations — trips to beaches — our annual spring dance — and of 
course the usual quizzes and labs all combined to round out one of our 
most successful years. 



R. Truman Hudson 
President 

Wilbur Ward 
Vice-President 

William C. Griffin 
Secretary 



Cloxton Harris 
Pledgemaster 



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John Livingston Hozlehurst, III 
President 

Donald Olmsted Evans 
Vice-President 

Oonold Clemens Seifert 
Secretory 

Froncis Asbury Stewort 



Myron Carroll Banks 
Historian 

Deon Ernest L. Mackie 
Faculty Advisor 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, its purpose being 
to encourage sound scholarship from the beginning of the students' college 
career. It was founded at the University" of Illinois on March 22, 1923. There 
are seventy-three chapters; the University of North Carolina chapter was es- 
tablished on May 29, 1947. 

Honorary Mennbers: Deans Corydon P. Spruill, M. A. Hill, Jr.. Cecil Johnson, 
and Ernest L. Mackie 

MEMBERS INITIATED FEBRUARY 28, 1950 
John Robert Baggett, III, James McCall Baker, Myron Carroll Banks, Thomas 
Eugene Beck, Burton Hyman Bershaw, Charles Donald Blanton, Jr., Thomas 
Charles Bulla, Glass Bowling Carrier, Jr., Robert H. Clampitt, George Elton 
Co.x, Howard William Davis, James Dave, Godfrey Ervin Dixon, James Alan 
Duke, John Daniel Duke, Presley Zachary Dunn, Jr., Larry Elliot Erley, 
Kenneth Franklin Easter, Thomas Elmer Ennis, Jr., Donald Olmsted Evans 
Archibald Taylor Fort, Norman Wilber Goldin, James Chester Goodin, James 
Edward Griffin, Harris Judson Hardy, Goldston Franklin Harris, William Rix 
Harris, John Livingston Hazlehurst, III, Weverly Peel Holmes, III, Hinton 
Gardner Hudson, Jr., Charles Marion Huggins, John Robert Hunter, Alfred 
Henry Iseiey, Jr., Ivar Alex Johnson, Robert Calhoun Jordan, Jr., William 
Oliver Kendrick, Hugo Kossoff, James Cary Lester, Hilbert Levitz, Gilbert 
Ernest Marsh, Jr., Thomas Parrott Moore, Jr., John Fairbanks Motsinger, Jr., 
Roderick MacLatchie Nicol, William Norton, Eugene Oberdoefer, II, Richard 
James Painter, Lester Bennett Parham, Waller Stephen Perrow, Alan Rogers 
Perry, Clarence Allen Poppleton, Jr., William Stuart Pregnall, Joseph Iverson 
Riddle, James Llewwilyn Rothcrmel, John David Salmond, Donald Clemens 
Seifert, William Archer Smith, Robert Arthur Spaugh, John Shelby Spong, 
Francis Asbury Stewart, Kenneth Fairchild Stuckey, John Anderson Taylor, 
Richard Lowell Thomas, Donald Vance Thurber, Robert Candler Vaughn, Jr., 
Irwin Edward Vinnik, Frederick Wright Vogler, Jesse Heywood Washburn, Jr., 
Jabez Herring Williams, Jr., Albert Z. Foster Wood, Jr. 



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Sigma Theta Chapter of the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity was established at the 
University in 1905, and has been continuously since that time in affairs of 
interest to those in the field of medicine. The chapter sponsors educational 
films, informal gatherings to discuss various subjects pertaining to medicine, 
and occasional lectures by prominent speakers. An effort is made in this way 
to maintain a more active interest in, and to keep abreast of, the newest en- 
deavors in the field of medicine. 

By way of relief from the more academic aspects, Sigma Theta also offers 
recreation in the form of several parties sponsored each quarter. These affairs 
are invariably nights of complete relaxation and congeniality thoroughly enjoyed 
by all participants. 

With the inauguration of the four-year medical school in the offing, Sigma Theta 
hopes to continue, and even expand, its activities of interest to the medical 
student. 

MEMBERS 
Luther L. Anthony, Jr., Otha A. BarnhiU, Daniel F. Beals, Scott B. Berkeley, 
Jr., William B. Blythe, Octavius B. Bonner, Jr., Richard W. Borden, Herman 
J. Bryson, Jr., Alton J. Coppridge, William A. Futch, R. Wharton Gaul, 
Lawrence J. Hartley, Hal B. Hawkins, Earl S. Huntley, Karl L. Lawing, Murdoch 
R. McKeithen, Luther W. Oehlbeck, John K. Pearson, Vernon W. Pugh, Jr.. 
James B. Raymer, Arthur G. Sherman, George R. Smith, Jr., Charles C. Stamey, 
Edward Y. C. Thorne, Edward T. Viser, Moke W. Williams, Jr. 



Charles C. Stamey 
President 

Doniel F. Beals 
Vice-President 

William B. Blythe 
Secretary 

Murdoch McKeithen 
Treasurer 

Arthur G. Sherman 
Chapter Editor 

R. Wharton Gaul 
Judge Advocate 



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Richard T. Lowe 

Chancellor 

.owrence B. Hume: 

Senior Warden 



Billy W. Lossiter 



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 affiliation between the commercial world 
and students of commerce; and to further a higher standard of com- 
mercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the 
community. 



FIRST ROW: Calvin M. Adams, Jr., Andrew A. Andrews, William H. M. Austin, W. M. Bostwick, Joseph A. Callahan, Edsel L. Carr, John G. Carr, 
Jennings I. Chandler • SECOND ROW: T. G. Chandler, Edward Lee Coley, Philip Cree, Lunceford Creech, William G. Daughtridge, William Davenport, 
Douglas English, Hugh Fortescue • THIRD ROW: Fred Garner, John Gay, James T. Gooding, Bobby Joe Herring, James R. Hooper, Laurence B. Humes, 
Billy W. Lossiter, George A. Leonard • FOURTH ROW: James H. Martin, J. R. Mericko, Charles M. Mitchell, Jr., William G. Pitts, Richard A. Sheets, 
Watson N. Sherrod, Gene L. Simmons, Guy Sparger • FIFTH ROW: Wallace W. Stephenson, W. W. Stephenson, Maurice E. Talbot, John Teigland, Jr., 
Hubert D. Terry, Sidney B. Turner, Jr., Rolph Waddell, Lacy W. Walters, Samuel C. Wright. 




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"Nash" Adams still drives a yellow Chevie . . . there goes 
Andy asking another question . . . "Lunch-box" Creech 
and "Private" Austin off to Smithfield . . . "Knoxville" 
Brown over the mountains . . . "Speedy" Callahan on time 
again . . . "Homebrew" Carpenter and his bathtub gin . . . 
"Chewey" Carr passes French quiz . . . "Gin" Chandler 
sawing two-by-fours . . . "Pop" Coley sweats it out . . . 
"Long-hair" Daughtridge contemplating matrimony . . . 
S. C. Davenport's heart flutters when he hears "Sometime," 
the snake . . . "Concession" Duncan makes another deposit 
. . . Stat Gooding completes another book . . . "Turpentine" 
Herring calls the meeting to order . . . Old Man Hooper's 
aches and pains . . . W, C. Humes on the road again . . . 
The Danville Kid, Joyner, completes mission . . . "Siren" 
Kosinski interrupting meeting . . . "Money Bags" Lassiter 
and accounts receivable . . . CPA Leonard opens office at 
Mebane . . . Gap Lowe over to Pulaski . .. . "Out of order" 
Martin pays another fine . . . Sarge Pitts volunteers . . . 
Silent Joe Putnam has the floor . . . Gastonia Sheets aces her 
heart . . . Keys Sparger has the changes . . . Reverend Willis 
preaches while Deacon Wallace sings . . . Chef Talbot in- 
troduces Delta Sig Soup . . . Operation Terry collects mail 
and heads for Aulander . . . Sailboat Teigland rides waves 
to victory . . . Clum Thompson joins the chain gang . . . 
Pear Shape Totherow sells another cabinet . . . Wrecker 
Turner picks up another brother . . . Kansas Kid Waddell 
back to the fold . . . Big Mouth Walters still yapping . . . 
Judge Wright declines jury duty . . . Buckeye Mericka loses 
Yankee accent . . . Lucky Teeter Goodson, Bing Cree, Phi 
Bete Garner, Bel Air Chandler, Commodore Sherrod, Rat 
Court Mitchell, JoBo Simmons, the Delta Sig choir boys 
rendering "The Overture to UNC Laundry List" by Float 
Davenport and Reverend Stephenson in front of the Caro- 
lina Theatre. 




Alpha Lambda 




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FIRST ROW: James B. Alexondcr, Worth B. Allen, Jr., Noel W. Baker, Roy Batchelor, Chorles E. Beck, William F. Black, William M. Bostwick, W. A. 
Bowen, James H. Conoly, John M. Curlee • SECOND ROW: Alan J. Davis, Marx H. Deol, Samuel M. Downs, Lawrence Edgertone, Robert H. Evans, 
Luther S. Faison, John E. Flood, Deidrick H. Gaskill, Charles F. Glover, J. W. Goodman • THIRD ROW: R. S. Green, Billy R. Hale, Jomes R. Holley, Jack 
E. Hobbs, Fletcher M. Hollingsworth, Ronald B. Jones, Don Kerley, Eugene H. Kirkman, David R. Kiser, Lyie E. Kiser • FOURTH ROW: Howard K. 
Landis, Jr., Harvey W. Layton, Jr., Frederick R. Mauney, Clarence D. Miller, Glenn O. Mitchell, Jr., Jock W. Money, Glenn H. Person, Ralph S. Pitt- 
man, Lee S. Potter, Williom T. Pruitt • FIFTH ROW: Louis Rabil, William G. Rond, William E. Rouse, Jr., Jomes B. Sanders, Marvin f. Sounders, 
Charles W. Summerlin, Francis H. Symmes, Jerome C. Thompson, Robert H. Tyndoll, William J. Williamson. 



Glenn O. Mitchell, Jr. 
President 

John Flood 
Vice-President 

Jock Money 
Secretary 

Noel W. Baker 
Treosurer 



Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest and first commerce fraternity, was incorporated 
in 1905. The Alpha Tau Chapter was founded in 1925, deactivated in 1933, 
and reorganized 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." 



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DELTA THETA PHI Law Fraternity 

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FIRST ROW: Vernon F. Daughtridge, John E. Davenport, Hugh Fortescue, Homer B, Fridoy, Jr., Williom E. Greene, Benjamin D. Haines • SECOND 
ROW: Lamar Jones, Edmund O. Kenion, Robert W. Kirby, J. T. Morrisey, Thomos M. Moore, Tom D. Porker • THIRD ROW: Herbert O. Phillips, III, 
Wilmer R. Rollins, J. L. Seay, D. B. Stevens, John Swainson • FOURTH ROW: George F. Taylor, Allen Worth, P. L. Wa:i, Robert L. Whitmire, Jr., H. S. 
Williams. 



Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity is a national organization founded at 
Cleveland Law School in 1901. It is the largest law fraternity in the 
LJnited States, having 79 active senates and over 27,000 members. Battle 
Senate of the University of North Carolina was established in 1924. 

The object of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity is to unite fraternally 
congenial students of the law, to lead them and their fellow students 
to high scholarship and legal learning, to surround them with an 
environment such that the tradition of the law and of the profession 
may descend upon them, to promote justice and to advance the interests 
of law. 

Battle Senate through its speakers program strives to acquaint the law 
student with some of the practical aspects of the practice of law that 
cannot be acquired from the law school curriculum. The program is 
balanced by a series of social events which are held throughout the year. 

Our motto: "Justice for fellow men, honor to God and love for brother." 



John T. Morrisey 
Dean 

Henry S. Willioms 
Vice-Dean 

Homer B. Friday, Jr. 
Clerk of the Rolls 

William C. Morris, Jr. 
Clerk of the Exchequer 

Hugh P. Fortescue 
Master of the Ritual 

Edmund O. Kenion 
Boilitf 

John Ed. Davenport 
Tribune 




Corson, Secretory-Treasurer; Carolyn Burgess, President; Margoret Booth, Vice-President; Betsy 
Dillord, Tholio Poppas, Allene Worren, Soro Pegrom, Mortho Ann Smith, Jocquelyn O'Neal. 



KAPPA EPSILON 

The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Epsilon, national honorary sorority for women pharmacy students, was formed at the Uni- 
versity 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. 

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

The Iota Tau Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota national professional music fraternity for women was established at the University 
of North Carolina in April, 19-46. The officers for 1950-51 are: President, Louise Garrett; Vice-President, Elizabeth 
Dougherty; Secretary, Nancy Richmond; Treasurer, Alice Ferebee; Sergeant-at- Arms, Margaret Gwaltney; Chaplain, Georgia 
Finlay; Patronesses, Mrs. Earl Slocum, Mrs. Loren MacKinney. 



BOTTOM ROW: Nonci 
Katherine iente, E[ean 
Ruth Corr Davis, Mrs. 



Richmond, Alice Ferebee, Margaret Gw 
Martens, Pat King, Mary Nell Howkin 
irl Slocum, Jean Hillman, Nancy Wing. 



iltney, Elizabeth Thompson • MIDDLE ROW: 
• TOP ROW: Elizabeth Dougherty, Joan Char 



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Barkley 





REESE CLUB 



The Reeses, founded in time-honored Old East Dormitory, 
stand for the continued preservation of the many deep-rooted, 
traditional Southern ideals and customs, meanwhile dedicating 
themselves to the enjoyment of college life to the fullest extent 
by a well proportioned blending of study and extra-curricular 
activity. 

In maintaining their second objective, the Reeses have strived 
for better and more widespread intradormitory and inter- 
dormitor)' relations. 

Meetings are held upon call by any member for group discus- 
sion of pertinent problems and joint action on them. Informal 
social events are staged by the members, for themselves and 
their friends, not only throughout the regular school year but 
during the summer months. 



OFFICERS 
Bill Ward, Reese; Richard Charnock, Eminent Heod Archon; John Barkley, 
Eminent Vice-Archon; Dave Johnson, Eminent Secretary; Jake Cross, Eminent 
Treasurer; Tom Young, Eminent Recorder; Bob Cooney, Eminent Coker; 
W. Vonn York, Eminent Chaplain; Cecil Johnson, Eminent First Reese; Jim 
Lamm, Eminent Second Reese; Jim Steagall, Eminent Third Reese; George 
Moore, Eminent Fourth Reese; T. C. Jordan, Eminent Fifth Reese; Julian 
Knott, Eminent Sixth Reese; Eli Springs, Eminent Seventh Reese. 



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"13" CLUB MEMBERS 

1950-31 




BILL HEDRICK 
President 

Jim Dorsett 
Jim Mericka 
Francis Strong 
Charles Fox 
Nevin Kennedy 
Dave Schermerhorn 
Emory Elmore 
Sam Jordan 
Bud Yokley 
Boo Boyer 
Julian McGee 
Piatt Boren 
Paul Von Bremer 
Harold Bowen 
Hubert Toisen 
Bob Sloan 
Herb Howell 
Wray Deol 
George Freemen 
Dick Thompson 
Walter Montgomery 
Cokie Bristol 
Bill Badgett 



BYNUM BROWN 

Vice-President 

Charlie Trent 
Ben Lackey 
Fred Cheek 
Bill Steele 
Hugh Horton 
Bill Hedrick 
Weddell Harriss 
Tom Williams 
Jim Montgomery 
Larry Early 
Bryan Hair 
Walter Carnes 
Bynum Brown 
John Sadler 
Dave Kelly 
Gene Harden 
George Evans 
Beverly Warner 
Sam Craver 
Bob Shore 
Wilson Trotter 
Barney Boradman 



WALTER MONTGOMERY 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Bob Nutt 
Scotty Cramer 
John Gold 
Jim Cowan 
Wroy Farlow 
Kyle Barnes 
Kay Lewis 
Herman Moore 
Jim Ferree 
Bill Williamson 
Bruce Jones 
Lyn Bond 
Bob Snow 
Dave Howard 
Paul Edmerson 
Seth Bostic 
Dave Murray 
Dave Dorr 
Dick Pillsbury 
Frank Daniels 
Bill Hill 

Spencer Gregory 
Swain Stephenson 




Clie ©rirer of tlje ?|oIp (grail 



OFFICERS 



WILLIAM STANLEY ROTH 



JAMES HERBERT MclNTYRE 
JOSEPH ROBERT PRIVOTT 



Exchequer 



SIR KNIGHTS 



Frank James Allston, Jr. 
Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr. 
Richard F. Bunting 
Patrick Henry Faircloth, Jr. 
Robert Elwyn Hutchinson 
Benjamin E. James, Jr. 
Raymond Lewis Jefferies, Jr. 
Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr. 
Michael C. D. McDaniel 



Herbert Thomas Mitchell 
Robert Benjamin Payne 
Paul Alexander Roth 



John Lassiter Sanders 



David James Sharpe 
Henry Allen Tate, Jr. 
David Dortch Warriner 
Edward Kuykendall Washington 
Herbert Sewell Yates 



VALKY 




OFFICERS 

FRANCES DRANE, President KASH DAVIS. Secretary 

J. K. RICHARDSON, Vice-President WINIFRED HARRISS, Treasurer 

ANN BIRMINGHAM. Alumnae Secretary 



Anne Brewer 
Nancy Her 



Katherine Carmichael 



MEMBERS 
Judy Sanford 
Grevilda Snyder 

HONORARY MEMBERS 



Rosalie Varn 
Barbara Whipple 



Isabelle McLeod 



Order of tKe 



42/ Ernest G- Crone 

428 James Clarence Wallace 

436 Thomas R. Eller 

439 Charles F. Warren 

454 Richard Isley Walker 

472 Oliver Max Gardner, Jr. 

473 Roy Walter Moisten 

474 Charles Robert Gibson 

475 Edward Kuykendall Washington 

476 Ames Raphael Daye, Jr. 

477 Andres Cornish, Jr. 

478 James Minor Gwynn 

479 William Ted Young 

480 Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr. 

481 Theodore James Fussel 

482 William Stanley Roth 

483 John Lassiter Sanders 

484 Norman L. Sper, Jr. 

OFFICERS 1949-50 

Jason — Jesse H. Dedmond 

Hyparchus — Allard K. Lowenstein, 
Samuel H. Magill 

Grammateus — Harold K. Andrews 

Christopher — William D. Carmichael, 
Richard E. Gordon 




Charles Phillips Russell 
Claude Edward Teague 
Edgar Ralph Rankin 
Robert Burton House 
Herman Glenn Baity 
Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
Albert McKinley Coates 
Joseph Burton Linker 
Corydon Perry Spruill 
Frederick Carlysle Sheppard 
Earle Horace Hartsell 
Joseph Maryon Saunders 
William T. Couch 
Edward Alexander Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. 
Gordon Gray 
John Tettemer O'Neil 
Frederick Henry Weaver 
George Alexander Heard 
William M. Shuford 
Edwin Sidney Lanier 
Hugh T. Lef ler 
Harry K. Russell 
Raymond L. Jefferies, Jr. 
Frank W. Hanft 
William C. Friday 
Robert A. Fetzer 
Walter R Berryhill 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA 
Established February 20, 1933 

OFFICERS 
ROBERT W. CRUTCHFIELD Honorary President 

WILLIAM A. BOWEN President 

R. L. STALLINGS Secretary 

JACK MONEY i Treasurer 



FACULTY 

J. C. D. Blaine, Ph.D. 

D. D. Carroll, A.M. 
T. H. Carroll, D.C.S. 

R. W. Crutchfield, M.S., C.P.A. 
J. E. Dykstra, DCS. 
Clarence Heer, Ph.D. 
R. J. M. Hobbs, A.B., LLB. 
C. S. Logsdon, Ph.D. 
C. H. McGregor, Ph.D. 
R. M. James, M.S., C.P.A. 
J. T. O'Neil, Ph.D. 

E. E. Peacock, M.B.A., C.P.A. 
G. T. Schwenning, Ph.D. 

R. L. Stoliings, M.S. 
H. D. Wolf, Ph.D. 
J. B. Woosley, Ph.D. 

STUDENTS 

Oscar G. Allen, Jr. 
William A. Bowen 
Eugene F. Bryant 
Edward C. Clark 
Edward H. Collins 




STUDENTS 

Johnston F. Colvard, Jr. 
Edward J. Dalgleish 
Troy L. Davis 
Samuel M. Downs 
Robert H. Ellmore 
Clyde W. Fussell 
Charles R. Gilchrist, Jr. 
William S. Holland 
Calvin E. Muggins 
John R. Ingram 
Bruce F. Jones 
John L. Kennedy 
Marshall R. Lone 
Henry J. McFarland, Jr. 
Jack W. Money 
Stephen I. Moore 
Joseph M. Paul 
Williams. Peebles, III 
William G. Perry 
Harold L. Roberts 
Carlo. Shifflett, Jr. 
Percy W. Suggs 
George H. Webb 



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ROBERT D. SHORE 

PRINCEPS 



GEORGE S. BLACKWELDER, JR. 

SCRIPTOR 



JAMES C. COWAN 
QUAESTOR 



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FACULTY MEMBERS 




ACTIVE MEMBERS 


Nicholson B. Adams 




M. Garland Johnson 


Walter R. Berryhill 




Robert H. Koonts 


John M. Booker 




Jameb R. Mericka 


James B. Bullitt 


ACTIVE MEMBERS 


John Murchison 


Keener C. Frazer 


James W. Ballou 


J. Stanley Northrup 


Louis Graves 


George Biockweider 


Cecil Pless, Jr. 


Edward McG. Hedgepeth 


Creighton Brinson 


James S. Reuning 


Urban H. Tigner 


James C. Cowan 


Robert Shore 


William D. MacNider 


Paul B. Edmunds 


William T. Steele 


Douglas MacMillan 


R. Bradley Edgerton 


Harold Sigler 


Isaac Hall Manning, Jr. 


Jake Froelich, Jr. 


E. Harvey Ward, Jr. 


Roland P. McClamroch 


Bill Fulwiler 


Alex Watkins 


Rogers D. Whichord 


Aubrey R. Johnson 


Robert M. Wiley 




BPPUUTJ QM UVMXJVIY TRML VREU AFHTY NVMNLKA 

TQBFNGV HBQ NVJR TYQZS SOLT FCH MLUA 

SIEI KVGW VALMAR LXII. 

RULERS 

651 RICHARD STANFORD TRAVIS R« 

655 BENNETT H. PERRY K. D. S. 

653 THORN E GREGORY W. S. S. 

654 JAMES PHILLIPS THOMAS K. M. K. 

658 DALTON DILLARD RUFFIN . . . N. G. P. 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
255 Frank Porter Graham 
315 Robert Wettach 
319 William W. Pierson 
331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 
343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
349 William Donald Carmichael 
373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 
385 Robert Edwin Koker 
405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 
41 7 George Coffin Taylor 
439 J. Penrose Harland 
442 Robert Burton House 
444 Gordon Gray 
490 Fletcher Melvin Green 
546 Harry Russell 
634 Lyman A. Cotton 



651 Richard Stanford Travis 

652 Robert Knox Morrow 

653 Thome Gregory 

654 James Phillips Thomas 

655 Bennett H. Perry 

657 Francis Edward Price 

658 Dalton Dillard Ruffin 

659 James W. G. Woolcott 

660 William Harold Boyer 

661 Edgar Rutherford Betty 

662 Sydenham B. Alexander 

663 Frank W. Klingberg 

664 Henry W. Lewis 

665 Robert B. Lindsey 

666 Charles A. Borda, 3rd 

667 Benjamin 0. Yelverton, Jr. 

668 Rodney L. McKnight 

669 Thomas C. Coxe, 3rd 




ORDER OF THE SHEIKS 



A. COPELAND HILL 
CECIL PLESS 

WILLIAM BLACK 



V. S. 
K. 



Milo Abercrombie 
Phil Atkinson 
Norman Black 
William Block 
Bill Bostic 
Bill Boyer 
Dave Brenegor 
Rufus Bynum 
Don Carmichoel 
Don Carroll 
Joe Chambliss 
Jim Cornwell 
Jims Craig 
Rennie Cuthbertson 
Fred Cutts 
Henry Dowdy 
Brad Edgerton 



MEMBERS 

Tate Ervin 
Will Feltus 
George Freeman 
Tommy Gregory 
Thome Gregory 
Bill Guest 
Jim Hadley 
James Heldmon 
Copie Hill 
Bill Hill 
Bobby Johnson 
Guy Kirby 
Brooke Lawson 
Stan Ligon 
R. J. McKay 
Buddy Miller 
John McCrary 



Dick Pillsbury 
Sonny Price 
J. R. Ragsdole 
Dick Simpson 
Duffield Smith 
Percy Smith 
John Stone 
Dan Toft 
Bill Taylor 
Stan Travis 
Dan Uzzell 
Clyde Wall 
Charlie Wotkins 
Jimmy Woolcott 
Clem Wright 
George Blackwelder 



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OFFICERS 

James Minor Gwynn President 

Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr. Vice-President 

Wilson Franklin Yarborough, Jr Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder 



CHARTER MEMBERS 

1. William Donald Carmichael, III 

2. William Robert Coulter 

3. Jesse Henry Dedmond 

4. Peter Harry Gerns 

5. Samuel Hirsch 

6. Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 

7. Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 

8. William Ernest Mackie 

9. Bosil Lomar Sherrill 

10. Donald Gray Shropshire 

11. Leonard Adolph Szofaryn 

12. Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 

13. Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 

14. Dr. William Smith Wells 

MEMBERS INITIATED 
APRIL 19, 1950 

73. Harold Lee Andrews 

74. Wolloce Ashley, Jr. 

75. Charles Samuel Bartlett, Jr. 

76. Earl Ray Betts, Jr. 

77. Edward George Bilpuch 

78. Caroline Greer Bruner 

79. Richard Fry Bunting 

80. Clara Jane Burroughs 

81. Lewis Dean Cassell 

82. James Edwin Clement 

83. Jack Alspaugh Clinord 

84. Noncy Curtis 

85. Anies Raphael Daye, Jr. 

86. Albert Moxy Dickson 

87. Lilian Eudoro Dillard 

88. Helen Poopers Eppes 

89. Ann Parker Foulconer 

90. Charles Taylor Foley 

91. Georgia Wallace Fox 

92. Theodore James Fussell 

93. James Minor Gwynn 

94. Virginia Lee Hamilton 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
The Officers and 
Richard Garner Cox 
Richard Fry Bunting, Alternote 
Herschel Hal Keener 
Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Alternate 
Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 
Dr. William Smith Wells 
Jack Tripp 

MEMBERS INITIATED 
APRIL 19, 1950 

95. Walter Page Harris, Jr. 

96. Richard Hampton Jenrette 

97. Floyd Edward Jones, Jr. 

98. Herschell Hal Keener 

99. Mary Wilhelmino Lamar 

100. Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr. 

101. Barbara Morris Lowe 

102. Mary Elizabeth Lyons 

103. Samuel Hays Magill 

104. Herbert Thomas Mitchell 

105. James Floyd Moore, Jr. 

106. Richard J. Murphy 

107. Elaine Miriam Naiman 

108. Eleanor Hope Newell 

109. Marie Evelyn Nussbaum 
. 110. Johnie Furnifold O'Neil 

111. Saro Jane Osborne 

112. Cornelius Theodore Partrick 

113. William Froncis Patterson 

114. Barbara Anne Payne 

115. Alvin Ward Peacock 

116. Dwight Carroll Rhyne 

117. Hubert Donald Robertson 

118. John Lassiter Sanders 

119. David James Sharpe 

120. Richard Lee Simpson 

121. Norman L. Sper, Jr. 

122. Patricio Stanford 

123. John Mitsi Stoiff 

124. Banks Cooper Talley, Jr. 

125. Richard Fronklin Taylor 

126. Jock Tripp 

127. Feme Hughes Winborne 

128. Edith Winslow 

129. Wilson Franklin Yarborough, Jr. 

130. Herbert Sewell Yates 

131. Barbara Marian Young 

132. William Frederick Young 



ORDER OF 

THE MINATAURS 



OFFICERS 



M. GARLAND JOHNSON, JR^ 
A. REX WILLIS . . . 
JACOB FROELICH, JR. 



President 
Vice-President 
Sec re to ry-Treasu rer 



MEMBERS 
Joseph L. Albright 
Ivan Armstrong 
James Ballou 
Harry Bateman 
William Benbow 
Edgar Betty 
Robert Blades 
Ladson Boyle 
Z. Creighton Brinson 
WilfordCaulkins, III 
Francis Clarkson, Jr. 
Thomas Coxe, 1 1 1 
Marsden deRossett 
Paul Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Bruce Fountain 
James Hardison 
Charles L. Haywood 
Lewis Holding 
John Huske, Jr. 
Frank L. Hood, 1 1 1 
James F. Hurley, 111 
Burton H. Jones 
Bob Johnston 
Richard Peneqor 
Ely Perry, Jr. 
Dan Perry 
James Ruening 
Da I ton Ruff in 
William Sanders 
Jack Stratford 
James Thorp 
Donnell VanNoppen, Jr. 
Harvie Ward, Jr. 
Roberts. Webb, Jr. 
Benson R. Wilcox 
James Wilkinson, Jr. 
John Wood 



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Ruth Elizabeth Beebe, Joan Erskine, Mory Elizobeth Fischelis, Carolyn Guthrie, Glenn A. Hardin, Delores A. Hatossy, Mary Virginia Jones, Sue 
Mendelsohn, Karyn Mereness, Lyn Miller, Normo Neville, Joanne Page, Ceceile C. Smith, Mory Spoinhour, Morie Withers, Amy J. Wilson. 



CHI DELTA PHI 



OFFICERS 

Karyn Mereness President 

Marie Withers Vice-President 

Carolyn Guthrie Secretary 

Sue Mendelsohn Treasurer 

Mary Virginia Jones Publicity Chairman 



The Tau chapter of Chi Delta Phi, national literary sorority, 
was re-activated at the University of North Carolina on 
June 4, 1941. The purpose of Chi Delta Phi is to promote 
literary activities on the campus and to serve as a stimulating 
agent for the work of its members. 



The members meet in closed sessions twice a month to read 
and criticize their work, and a speaker of literary interest 
is presented to the campus once a quarter. The members 
contribute to and support campus publications and write 
the annual May Day pageant. 



PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 




The composition of the Panhellenic Council consists 
of three representatives from each sorority and two 
from the Stray Greeks, the adviser being Mrs. Emery 
Denny, Jr. The purpose of the Council is to co- 
ordinate and further relations between these organi- 
zations themselves and also the campus community. 



The sororities and Panhellenic opened a highly suc- 
cessful year with the pledging of 1 1 °) girls who, 
along with all the new coeds, were entertained dur- 
ing Orientation Week by a fashion show sponsored 
by the Council and CICA. Fraternity dances, the 
annual Oleo skits, spring workshop for new Pan- 



LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Joanne Culler, Treosurer; France Sweat, Mary Wood, Nancy Her, Winifred Horriss, Bobbie Whippk, Robbie Roberson, Vice- 
President • STANDING: Betty Heoth, Phyllis Costner, Ruth Hatch, Rooney Miller, Ruth Sykes, Dot Manss, Ann Birmingham. 



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liellenic members, and May Day planning highlighted 
an active calendar of events. 

The main project for the year was the adoption of a 
girl from the Crossnore School in the mountains of 



North Carolina, and she was provided a scholarship 
and clothing from the group. Following their annual 
tradition, the Panhellenic Council awarded a silver 
loving cup to the sorority with the highest scholastic 
average for three quarters. 




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OFFICERS 

Frances Sweat President 

Emily Bostwick Vice-Presideiil 

Sarah Pegram Secretary 

Joyce Spear Treasurer 

Catherine Shaw House Manager 

Lu Daniel Rush ChiVrnuvi 

HISTORY 
Founded nationally: May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female 
College, Macon, Georgia. 

Beta Upsilon founded at University of North Carolina 
November 11, 1939. 
Colors: Blue and White. 
Flower: Woodland Violet. 
Publication: Adelphean. 




ALPHA DELTA PI 

FIRST ROW: Emily Morgan Bostwick, Carol M. Cubine, Loulo Lee Doniel, Kathleen Davis, Nancy Lee Duckett, Helen Bell George • SECOND ROW: 
Malta Carolyn Guthrie, Margery Jean Hoggard, Helen Rhea Hord, Melvorene Alenia Johnson, Mary Lee Jones, Jacqueline Nina Leverett • THIRD 
ROW: Alda Faye Mossengill, Jacqueline Lee Merritt, Sarah Brodshaw Pegram, Alice Carter Richardson, Nancy Lee Richmond, Judith Ann Sanford, 
Cotherine McLaughlin Schiff • FOURTH ROW: Beverly Jean Serr, Catherine Shriver Shaw, Morgoret Glen Snypes, Joyce Mae Speor, Marvel Kothryn 
Stokes, Frances Virginia Sweat, Dorothy Glenn Teague. 




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Preparations for Valkyries Sing and the Sigma Chi Derby ; Float building for Homecom- 
ing; Kash . . . Miss Coed Senate Speaker; W.A.A. president and "veep" Carolyn Guthrie 
and Dot Teague; A D Pi scrapbooks compiled by the loving hands of pledges; Rich- 
mond and her spontaneous music; Shaw worrying about poundage and school teaching; 
Helen Bell George as a doting wife; Frannie with that certain something that brings out 
our "active" best; Jackie cheerleading the teams on; courtesy week and humble pledges; 
the thrill of the Black Diamond Banquet; Schiff betting to get her man; A Centennial 
celebration coming up in May; Conflict: Pegram, Pete, and Pharmacy labs; Miss Rambo 
as the gracious first lady of the house; frat socializing; Curvaceous Cubine and her host 
of cuties; Bev with "those eyes ' ; Judy and her only love; Joyce making those books come 
out right; and a wonderful pledge class promise a "year of years." 






OFFICERS 

Ann Birmingham President 

Jean DeWitt Vice-President 

Allene Warren Secretary 

Lila Robinson Treasurer 

Betty Prior House Manager 

Dot Manss Rush Chairman 

HISTORY 

Founded nationally: May 30, 1904 at Syracuse University, 

Syracuse University, N. Y. 

Gamma Epsilon Chapter founded at the University of North 

CaroHna in 1945. 

Colors: Red, Buff, and Green. 

Flower: Red and Buff Roses. 

Publication: Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly. 




ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



FIRST ROW: Harriet Ann Birmingham, Audrey West Brown, Jean Ball DeWitt, Beth Ellen Edwards, Barbara Billin'j Jackson • SECOND ROW: May 
Katharine Jones, Jane Dorothy Lyons, Dorothy Jane Manss, Elizabeth Taylor Prior, Lila Lee Robinson • THIRD ROW: Barbara Schrettler, Betty Jean 
Smith, Grevildo W. Snider, Rachel Ann Sutton, Allene Marie Warren • FOURTH ROW: Anne Sanders Wellons, Barbara Whipple, Mary Deone Williams. 




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Life at "The Crystal Palace" . . . the Maryland week-end when the house overflowed 
with Alpha Xi sisters . . . our two cute transfers Millie and Mary Ann . . . J. D. and her 
"Sweet William" . . . our pin-ups Dot, Doodle, and Shirley . . . Bobbe and her 
campus politics . . . losing career minded Daggie to N. Y. City . . . Annie B. leading 
cheers in Kenan on Saturday afternoons . . . Sunday night coffees turning into a bridge 
tournament . . . helping Barbara S. and Barbara J. with wedding plans . . . Audrey and 
her summer haul of 14 tennis trophies . . . Mrs. Clark being ever patient and understand- 
ing .. . Jean's and Beth's many treks down the aisle — but always ahead of the bride . . . 
Bebe taking up permanent residence in the infirmary . . . Santa Claus coming to see 
Allene in a brand new Riveria Buick . . . Lila's fabulous football bets . . . Betty's five-day 
Fall Week-end at Cornell . . . Grevilda keeping up our scholastic average . . . M. K. try- 
ing to meet the deadline for the Quarterly . . . Rachel and her men troubles . . . Sally and 
Alice with encouraging words and smiles when days go wrong . . . Anne W. still manag- 
ing to see Bunny 'most every week even though the Citadel is a mighty far piece away 
from Chapel Town . . . memories of the red, buff, and green will linger forever. 






OFFICERS 

Ruth Sikes PresiJeiit 

Peggy Wood Vice-President 

Tiny Morrow Secrelary 

Ellen Turlington Treasurer 

Cindy Gibson Pledge Trainer 

Nelle Clark House Manager 

HISTORY 

Founded nationally: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, 

Arkansas on April 5, 1895. 

Founded locally: University of North Carolina, January 20, 

1923. 

Colors: Cardinal and Straw. 

Flower: White Carnation. 

Publication: "The Eleusis" of Chi Omega. 




CHI OMEGA 



FIRST ROW: Edith Fawcett Allison, Patricia Ashley Ambrose, Mary Katherine Bruce, Louise Gibbon Carmichoel, Rosa Nelle Clark, Barbara Joyce Cook, 
Marjorie Livingston Crutchfield • SECOND ROW: Caro McNeill Davis, Nancy Eschholz, Lucinda Gibson, Jo Ann Griffin, Elizabeth Ellis Guion, Evalyn 
Clay Morrison, Elizabeth Hastings Heoth • THIRD ROW: Josephine Copelond Hoyt, Elizabeth Ann Kornegay, Ann Elizabeth Latimore, Rosa Parsons 
Little, Sue E. McLoughlin, Margorct Frances Minter, Tiny Marguerite Morrow • FOURTH ROW: Nancy Denit Norwood, Martha Anne Olsen, Louise 
Horton Robbins, Helen Cornelia Roberson, Ruth Wilkins Sikes, Nancy Jeon Smith, Ann Montgomery Stofford • FIFTH ROW: Betty Link Stomey, 
Ellen Rigby Turlington, Martha Caroline Whitney, Margaret Banks Williams, Peggy Virginia Wood, Dorothy Polk Yokley. 




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Happy memories of our days with Chi Omega . . . pranks during rushing . . . scrubbing 
floors, Kemtoning, and washing the house . . . Madame Chink and Chow Mein in China- 
town . . . Coop, Bootsie, and Toot return . . . Evalyn's "Missus Pratt" and Teensie's "Is 
that you, dear?" . . . Minter's love for Duke . . . Moppie's pin . . . EUyn's help during 
rushing . . . Chi O suite on fourth floor Spencer . . . the Barber from Seville . . . Robbie, 
Peggy and the SAE's . . . Nelle's ring . . . Ambrose and Jo, the Curve Inn Kids . . . our 
potential Phi Betes . . . Cindy and Tiny . . . Teague, the double whammy and a Zete 
pin . . . Sue's bang-up job on coffees when Bob's not around . . . Nancy S., Stamey, and 
Teague put the clamps on the Zetes . . . B. Heath's hard work as rush chairman . . . 
Peggy's advisees . . . Karo's priceless comments . . . Rag Mop Turlington . . . Margie's 
problems . . . four wonderful transfers . . . our love for Mrs. Clamp . . . Tootsie's capable 
leadership . . . and Chi Omega for always. 






OFFICERS 

Mary Wood PraiJeut 

Jean Bloom Vhe-Pre.sideiil 

Nancy Allison Secretary 

Pam Miller Treasurer 

Helen Hamilton House Manager 

HISTORY 
Founded nationally: January 15, 1889 at Boston University, 
Boston, Mass. 

Alpha Sigma Chapter founded at the University of North 
Carolina April 9, 1943. 
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue. 
Flower: Pansy. 
Publication: The Trident. 




DELTA DELTA DELTA 



FIRST ROW: Nancy Ruth Allison, Noncy Moy Baird, Mory Hodson Groover Bordin, Potty Bell, Jeon Cloy Bloom, Jean Arden Boisseau • SECOND 

ROW: Phyllis Costner, Sally Blond Cox, Madge Elizobeth Chowtord, Joonne Goodwin Culler, Potricia Ann George, Sarah Gobbel • THIRD ROW: Norma 

Jean Goodman, Margaret Darden Gwaltney, Helen Edwina Hamilton, Alice Coyner Huftord, Patricia Ann Jewell, Susan Spruill Joyner • FOURTH 

ROW: Morgoret N. Kuhn, Phyllis Ann Miller, Julia Kinsley Richordson, Ellen Barbour Rixey, Morion Nolan Turner, Wynetred Phillips Walker, Mary 
Ingrohom Wood. 




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Carolyn, our ColUey's Cover girl, twice a winner . . . Madge, Sally, and Mary — those 
travelling three who gave New York a whirl . . . Helen who took to the bridal path in 
December . . . then there's Susie our little red-headed "devil" ... Jo or Alice always 
ready with an extra commercial or bit of continuity ... to be seen on the field of friendly 
strife were Patty and Nancy way up from deep in the heart of you know where . . . with 
Arden to cheer either them or the terrible Tar Heels on to victory . . . spectator capacity 
of Mary Lour and Sue . . . "Kuhnie" always around to give us pointers on other matters, 
bowing only to "P. D." or Wyn in musical matters . . . Nancy reigned one special week- 
end though usually representing royalty was Lady Marion with Pam representing the 
intelligentia . . . we associate two sounds with J. K., wedding bells and a Chinese 
gong . . . mention of Rixey calls up an image of stone . . . Norma Jean and Chris were 
Macon's contribution to our chapter . . . Pat adding a dash of local color . . . Jean was 
our double-veep . . . Helen our "still small voice" . . . Pat Jewel, our gem . . . Jeannie, the 
petite . . . Mary, our ray of sunshine . . . Anne, our librarian . . . and Phyllis, the gal 
who rushed in a new group of Tri Delta to continue the fun. 






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OFFICERS 

Lila Ponder President 

Jean Ford Vice-PresiJetil 

Karyn Mereness Secretary 

Alice Laughlin Treasurer 

Mary Scott Everett House Manager 

HISTORY 

Founded nationally: April 28, 1867 at Monmouth College, 

Monmouth, Illinois. 

North Carolina Alpha Chapter founded at the University of 

North Carolina in 1925. 

Colors: Wine and Silver Blue. 

Flower: Wine Carnation. 

Publication: The Arrow. 




PI BETA PHI 



FIRST ROW: Helen Delano Bowie, Dolores Marie Boyer, Borbora Anne Brooker, Marguerite Steele Burton, Anne Willet 
Carter, Patricia George Coley, Frances Wood Drone • SECOND ROW: Bettie Ann Dudley, Mary Scott Everett, Harriet Je 
Garrett, Winifred Hoskins Horriss, Anne Dewey Heartt, Joyce Spruill Hodges, Noncy Carolyn Her • THIRD ROW: Irene (v 
Jeffreys, Betsy Willis Jones, Wilma Jane Jones, Alice Byrne Laughlin, Potsy Lou Lester, Anne Marion Lide, Iris Holt McEw 
Lee Mereness, Lilo Mills Ponder, Sondra F. Riach, Joyce Frances Richert, Claire Phillips Russell, Chorline Rutter, Carol Ken 
• FIFTH ROW: ' 

Wiley, Marie C 



Campbell, Isabel Blount 
Ford, Margaret Blanche 

■shall Jeffreys, Mory Ann 

• FOURTH ROW: Koryn 

npkin, Mory Spainhour 





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Angels in Disguise: Dudley and Marie going "Onward ever! Backward never!" . . . 
Dodie and Lila go to Georgia . . . our little flashbulb, Kathy . . , Winifred and Rusty 
love New York . . . Rite leads the revival with "S-A-V-E-D" . . . Joyce H. finally works 
in a movie lab . . . Joyce R. gets her daily letter from Norm, Alice gets her Sweetheart 
pin from the Sigs, and Townsend gets a "peachy" car from Henry . . , Mrs. Snow makes 
up Tiger's bed . . . Iris goes to Texas . . . "Oh, what a good deal!" . . . our pin-ups, 
Jean, Scotty, A. T., Renee, and Betsy . , . ain't love grand? . . . Motormouth never runs 
down . . . Wilma, our "Madwoman" . . . Nancy planning to hook Will-ee for good . . . 
Princess and her SAE . , . Karyn loves the ATO's . . . Lila, our Pres. yelling, "Death! 
Where's the scholarship cup?" . . . Frances, Bowie, and Rosie run the campus ... we 
love our transfers . . . Dodie cheers . . . and a wonderful time at the Pi Phi house will be 
remembered by all. 





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FIRST ROW: Alec Wotkins, Dole Mor- 
rison • SECOND ROW: Johnny Robert- 
son, Bud Grover, 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Cowon, Claude 
Burton, Bud Grover, Bill Rhoodes, Bill 
Sanders, Bob Homer. 





INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 

The I.F.C. governing body of fraternities at IfNC is composed of two 
members of cacli fraternity, the fraternity president and a junior 
member. Its purpose is to further by unification and high ideals — 
brotherhood, character, and citizenship — of the individual fraterni- 
ties. 



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During the past year, under the very capable leadership of Dale 
Morrison, the I.F.C. has functioned in a way most beneficial to its 
fraternity members as well as to the University itself. 

A dynamic body, with unity of purpose and steadfastness to its 
ideals, the I.F.C. of the University of North Carolina will continue 
to strive for the betterment of its members m their relations with 
other groups and organizations, its ideals being the development of 
men as students, citizens, and brothers. 




OFFICERS 

Rufus Bynum Pres'iJeiil 

Dick Allsbrook Vice-Presidenl 

Larry Botto Secretary 

jim Mericka Treasurer 

Jack Hadley Hisloriaii 

HISTORY 
Founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1863. 
Colors; Azure and Gold. 
Flower: White Tea Rose. 
Publication: The Palm. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1879. 



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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



FIRST ROW: Richard Brown Allsbrook, Phillip Newell Atkinson, William Paul Belle, Larry Francis Botto, Henry Bryan Broadfoot, Richard James 
Bryant, Rufus Sisson Bynum • SECOND ROW: Alonzo Charles Clewis, III, Bayard Thurman Cowper, James Andrew Craig, Edwin Tate Culberson, 
Joseph J. Dorsett, John Dwight Elting, Robert Lenwood George, Jr. • THIRD ROW: Chorles Lemtest Goodrich, Fletcher Melvin Green, II, John L. 
Green, Arthur Frank Greenbaum, Jock Tillman Hadley, Thomas Hilliord Harrington, Charles Newlond Houser • FOURTH ROW: James McDaniel Held- 
man, Jr , James Paul Johnson, Jr., Francis Long Joyner, Joseph Kenneth Kelso, William Keiso, Jomes Ronald Mericka, Roy Parker, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: 
Lawrence Gordon Pfetterkorn, Jr., Paul Herbon Proctor, Neal W. Reichle, Paul Allen Reichle, Jr., George Fornell Rodman, John Allen Ruggles, George 
Dutfield Smith, Jr. • SIXTH ROW: Thomas Brock Stevens, David Leroy Strain, Jr., Rawleigh Lewis Tremain, Jr., Robert Franklin Wallace, John Wesler 
Whitehead, John Norris Woodell, Jr., Robert Edwin Wylie. 




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No, Goodloop, not in Capitol Square! . . . spring, and watching the old girls walk by on 
the other side of the street . . . Pete, one usually takes off one's hat when talking to 
chaperones . . . the official inspection of Oak Ridge . . . the furious five take off for 
orange-blossom land. Two cabanas already. Don't clobber him, Wallace, he'll take her 
home. Charlie, it's not Marie, it's Gloria. Bynum is off for Mexico. 

The Black Jet rides, once and for all . . . Clewis and the constabulary . . . coats 
and ties for swimming, Craig . . . where are Duff's glasses ? . . . Larry dives for a fox- 
hole . . . not the gun, mister; we only want to use the phone . . . Alums come down for 
awards and banquet . . . Stan and Judy make it official . . . Granny swipes a sweetheart . . . 
Dorsett, keep your eyes up ! 

Mason corresponds with Truman . . . the "Back to Korea" parade . . . sound off, 
Rodman . . . I'll be down to get you in a taxi, Mericka . . . Bynum, Smith, Dorsett, and 
Atkinson off to the national congress. 

^ The Tau house gets its face lifted . . . Mrs. Choo-choo takes over . . . watching 
the new girls walk by on this side of the street. How long can it last? . . . Turk, watch 
out for Cindy . . . okay, Jim, we'll go back to Baltimore . . . the Apache party . . . Kings- 
bury has eight legs ... do they fit her. Jack? . . . what can we do with those berets now? 




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OFFICERS 
J, H. Froelich Pre.udei?f 

D. F. Sutphen Vice-President 

W. W. McLendon Secretary 

E. S. Holmes Hn/ise Manager 

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. 



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BETA THETA PI 



FIRST ROW: John Duke Boldridge, Jr., William Frederick Black, William Haywood Bobbitt, Jr., Harold Jenkins Bouen, Hugh Morrison Boyer, George 
Willord Brain, George S. Cheesborough • SECOND ROW: Frederick Moore Councill, William Reynolds Cuthbertson, Thomas Ashford DeVone, Jr., 
Jack Clifton Fields, Jocob H. Froelich, Jr., William Gerard Gilmore, James Wallace Goodman • THIRD ROW: David Robert Hoyworth, Millard Miol 
Keyword, Thomas Joel Hill, Edward Shelton Holmes, Hamilton Covles Horton, Jr., William Fife Long, Julion Murrill McGee • FOURTH ROW: William 
Woodord McLendon, James Davis Poog, Robert Howard Poole, Jr., William Goodyear Rand, Borksoole Fletcher Roberts, Robert Arthur Spaugh, Thomos 
Alfred Sully, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: Donald Frederick Sutphen, Dole Edward Thomas, Hubert Glenn Tolson, Zebulon Baxter Toexler, Jr., Robert Candler 
Vaughn, Jr., Robert Turnbull Whitlock, Arthur Rexford Willis, Jr., Oscor Hoyle Yokley, Jr. 








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Fall came in with a bang! "Calvarade." The draft was felt by Gordo and The Robe, the 
rest of us waiting for our "Greetings." Mom was waiting for us with open arms and a 
newly painted house. Rushing with those Ipana smiles, and. Geek, the friendly under- 
taker. The Big Shot and those cops at St. Marys. Parties at the Buck and Curve Inn down. 

Christmas came and also commissions for Whitlock and Gilmore . . . U. S. Navy. 
For Platte . . . U. S. Infantry. Mid-Winters parties and trips to the mountains. Oh, that 
beautiful scenery. Winter left us and so did Norman, the bull dog. Spring came and 
brought with it more parties, trips to the beach, and initiation at last. With lumps in our 
throats, we say goodbye Yokely, Holmes, and Cheesborough. Wait, don't forget Baldy 
and a wonderful year at Carolina and the Beta House. 






OFFICERS 

Dale Morrison Prei'iJenI 

Bob Johnson Vice-Presideiil 

Ed Williams Secretary 

Blake Leckie Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at Princeton University in 1824. 

Colors: Scarlet and Blue. 

Publication: Chi Phi Chakett. 

Established at the University of North Carolina 1858 and 

1922. 



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CHI PHI 



FIRST ROW: Charles Theodore Ashworth, Robert Harold Averette, Jr., Biuce Allan Bauer, Edgar Roy Bond, Jr., Warrew Colvin Brice, Jr. 
Alexander Buchanan, Clyde Richard Conrad, Robert Hogue Colley, Bright Williamson Crosswell • SECOND ROW: Robert Hampton Davis, 
Lester Davis, Horace Mellord DuBose, Presley Zochory Dunn, Jr., William H. Faulkner, Samuel Thompson Hoddock, George C. Hodokin! 
Bennett Holliday, Kenneth Felton Howard, Jr. • THIRD ROW: Robert Leon Johnson, Jr., John William Jones, Michoel Luther Kiser, Jr., 
Bloke Leckie, Arthur Hill London, William Lord London, Frank James McKeown, Allan Froncis Milledge, Herbert Thomas Mitchell, Jr. • 
ROW: Albert Cunningham Moore, Warren Dole Morrison, Jr., Fred Nash Ogden, II, John George Potseovouros, William T. Peacock, Oliver 
Pennington, Jr., Jesse Lee Poindexter, Jr., William Allen Prouty, Joe Hunter Reins • FIFTH ROW: A. Clarence Rollins, William Douglas 
Jomes Rodmon Rourk, Ernest Rondolph Shives, Edward Emerson Suttle, Jr., Allen Tote, Jr., Arnold Joy Toomes, Bruce Wright Tyler, Wilson 
Yarborough, Jr. • SIXTH ROW: Mouro George Valentine, Williom Jennings Word, Jomes Dolton Wordsworth, Horoce Edwin Williams, Jon 
Willinghom, David Pcarcc Willis, William Edward Winn. 





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This year has been another step upward for Alpha-Alpha of Chi Phi. We got off to a 
good start even before school started when a large number of the brothers came back 
early and painted the entire inside of the house. The dining room received the most 
attention, acquiring a new color scheme and fluorescent lighting. 

We have had more than our share of campus leaders this year with Chi Phis doing 
outstanding work in every phase of extra-curricular activity. However, we have tried to 
remain well rounded by placing special emphasis on scholarship as well. An excellent 
assures continued success. 

Some of the highlights of the year included the fourth annual Orphans Party at 
Christmas, the winter Pledge Banquet and Ball, the yearly Shipwreck Party, and the 
numerous beach excursions and cabin parties. But the finest occasion of the year was the 
tea last fall, at which we proudly presented our new housemother, Mrs. Norwood Bizzell, 
to the rest of the campus. She has been an asset to this chapter that even the new tele- 
vision couldn't overshadow. 






OFFICERS 

Dick Jenrette PresiJeiil 

George Grover Vice-President 

Max McManus Secretary 

Frank Eckert Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at Union College in 1841. 

Colors: Purple and Gold. 

Publications: The Purple and Gold; The Sigma Scroll. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1855. 




CHI PSI 



FIRST ROW- Frank James Allston, Jr., Don BeM Ashby, Kenneth Houston Barton, John Toscan Bennett, Don Clinton Boney, Jr., Bob Bryon Cothey, 
Lewis R Chapman, Jr., Charles Frederick Coker • SECOND ROW: Curtis Cortei Colemon, Jr., Charles Amos Collins, Johnston Fred Colvard, Jr., Albert 
Moxcy Dickson, Jr., Fronk John Eckert, Williom Clyde Edwords, Jr., Williom Alfred Forrington, George Hill Grover, III • THIRD ROW: Melvin Joseph 
Heolv Mark Hodges Herring, Jr., Korl Neimonn Hill, Richard Hompton Jenrette, Ronald Arthur Jones, William Wright Jones, Jr., Paul Keenan, John 
Lacy Kennedy • FOURTH ROW: Stephen Rudge Kenney, John Cornelius Lackey, Jr., Jerome E. Lewis, Korl Victor Lyon, Fred Robert Matthews, Charles 
Edward Melvin, Fred Avery Price, Jr., James Dick Proctor • FIFTH ROW; Joe Brown Proctor, James Edward Ramsey, Henry Zone Robbins, Conrad 
Frederic Schneider, II, Robin Jerome Scroggs, James Fentress Seogroves, Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr., Edward Amos Stevens • SIXTH ROW: Walter 
Thomas Tice, Jr., Edmund Meredith Woller, Jr., Robert Hugh Wotson, Darius Lothon Wells, Stephen Augustus Wilson, Jr. 



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School reopens with a general clean-up in the house . . . dining room painted "Operation 
Dark Brown" . . . traditional conservatism goes out the window as brothers paint upstairs 
rooms . . . "The Cave" promptly rivals best rooms in the Lodge . . . 

Wallis has rival as sage as Lackey brings back talk of the "Old Days" . . . Grover 
worries about "Flagrant display" . . . Waller back with Aloha Shirts galloah . . . Goo 
Goo moves in . . . 

Sixteen ardent new faces added as Melvin pilots us through great rush season . . . 
Boney's "carle-blamhe" pays off in yard face lifting projects . . . Chi Psi have banner 
year on the social side with banquets, jam-sessions, informal dances, house parties, and 
more parties . . . Budd, Bob, Bucky, and Jack keep house lively with four man combo . . . 

Chapman connives for two roommates with Buick Rivieras . . . Lodge politicos vie 
for campus positions . . . 

Year ends as plans for Chi Psi national convention f" be held in Chapel Hill this 
year come to a head. 






OFFICERS 

James G. Woollcott President 

George T. Dunlop, III Vice-President 

C. Richard Macgill Secretary 

Bob Watson Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at Yale in 1814. 

Colors: Scarlet, Azure, and Old Gold. 

Publication: The Deke Quarterly. 

Established at the Universit)' of North Carolina in 1851. 




DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

FIRST ROW: Thomas Williamson Alexander, Jr., David Warren Allen, Robert Coltins Blades, Zeb Creighton Brinson, Hal Walker Broadfoot, Donold 
Wainwright Carmichael, Tench Charles Caxe, III • SECOND ROW: William Nines Cunningham, Frank Arthur Daniels, Dovid William Darr, Charles 
Bailey Davenport, George Thomas Dunlop, III, Bruce Almon Fountoin, John Livingston Hazlehurst • THIRD ROW: William Lanier Hill, Robert Branson 
Hobbs, Frank Lee Hood, III, John Winder Hughes, Jr., John Huske, Burton Hathaway Jones, James Gunn Lindley • FOURTH ROW: Stable Linn, Jr., 
Charles Richard Macgill, Jr., Richard Theodore Pillsbury, Jr., Cecil Atkins Pless, Jr., William Weaver Rhodes, Edwin Bretney Smith, E. Corrington 
Smith, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: Lewis Castleman Strudwick, Robert Stanford Webb, Jr., Fred Kent Williamson, James W. G. Woollcott, Clement Gillespie 
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The game is given back to the youngsters as '50-'51 is begun without vets Hke Holsten, 
Pell, and Williams. But, "Beauty Before Age," say Jimmy and Scrapper as they take lead 
in rebuilding house and adding thirteen more youngsters on October 18 . . . including 
another Brinson and two shiny new Thorps . . . welcome into the human race, Chappies ! 

Brinson turns intellectual one September morning while shouts of the Deb Ball, 
Wrightville, and June Germans still echo 'round . . . Davenport and B. Wright only 
members of Class of '03 to answer roll call . . . Cheerleader Pless does Saturday war- 
dances in Kenan . . . Zoot and Blades termed "sexy" by a dusky female . . . Wright 
brothers stress fundamentals of Zete-killing to tag footballers . . . 

Chapel Hill cop described to himself by Rhoades . . . latter's pockets shrunk at 
dinner that night . . . "But where will you get the polo horses, 'Seabiscuit' ?" . . . happy 
to have you with us. Bud Mulroy ! 

We miss you, "Vets," but we're doing fine! 





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OFFICER 

Tim Borda Home Manager 

HISTORY 

Founded at University of Columbia in 1847. 

Colors: Blue and Gold. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1854. 




DELTA PSI 



FIRST ROW: Charles Augustus Borda, III, John Gorham Carr, Thomas Lowrence Carroll, David Bradford Cole, Emory Elmore, III • SECOND ROW: 
Robert B. Evans, Charles Dunsmore Fox, Ml, Samuel Thomas Jordan, Nevin Kennedy, III, Alexander Randall Hogner • THIRD ROW: James Herbert 
Mcintyre, Robert Thompson MacMillan, John Thomas Morrisey, David Ker Schermerhorn, James Douglas Smith • FOURTH ROW: John Calvin Slemp, 
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Wobbles displays Plopsie at long last , . . Ken and his "Whoopee Cushion" welcoming 
all guests . . . "Billie-Boy" Carroll, the W. C. kid . . . tinkling glass . . . Ph Bete misses 
Beachcomber Evans by slight margin . . . frustration in stark reality: Slemp ... is that a 
girl on the second floor? no, it's a fat lady . . . Cindy takes the worm, hook, line, and 
sinker . . . Eulas confesses . . . Joker John records . . . tinkling glass . . . "Irish" Strong 
finds the long lost Mole . . . Christmas party at Norm's . . . F. F. V. Hagner, the nimble 
fencer . . . Nevin has Fox's breakfast in bed . . . now don't move over, stranger . . . it's 
only sawed-ofF Sam . . . Dapper Duns leads troops to Coker Hill . . . tinkling glass . . . 
don't worry Doug, she can't stay in Europe forever . . . Norm's return cheers us all . . . 
Beat Dook Float success — as the farmer hauls another load away . . . tinkling glass . . . 
Huhbert shaves too close . . . Gentleman Jim, our BMOC . . . and the Hall still stands ( ?) 





OFFICERS 

John Stump Presidem 

Robison Vice-President 

Buck Blankenship Secretary 

Jim Johnson Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. 

Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. 

Flowers: Magnolia and Crimson Rose. 

Publications: Kappa Alpha Journal. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1881. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



FIRST ROW: Lawson Paul Barnes, Jr., John Curtis Bagg, Daniel Long Bell, Jr., Albert Stowe Blankenship, Jr., Henry Bowers, Charles Hort Brewer, 
James R. Connelly, Henry Burwell Cooper • SECOND ROW: John Frederick Coplin, William Nicholson Creel, Richard Kelly Davenport, Jr., Ray Emanuel 
Deal, Jr., Hugh Tate Ervin, Jr., William James Feltus, Dovid Stanley Flowers, Howard Simpson Foglemon, Jr. • THIRD ROW: George Walter Freemon, 
Harry LeRoy Fremd, Henry Warren Gheen, Allen Spoch Goslen, John Roger Griftin, Jr., Jimmy Roger Hamrick, Herbert Hugh Howell, Herman Harry 
Huntley • FOURTH ROW: James William Johnson, Guy Smith Kirby, Robert Lanhom Kirby, Robert Worrell Lancaster, Edgar Love, III, James Carlisle 
McLeod, Thomos Hill Matthews, Cyril William Minett • FIFTH ROW: John Weldon Pennington, John H. Robison, Jr., John Shepley Schofield, Robert 
Moderwell Sloon, Elmo Davis Sparks, Thomas Hilliord Stoton, Robert Harvey Stewart, Jr., Dovid Boyette Stevens • SIXTH ROW: John Sutton Stump, 
Edword Dickson Thompson, Burton Wyatt Younts, William Johnson Waggoner, Gene Tillman Wilson. 



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Christmas arrived early with the redecoration of the house. Brother Bostic won the orchids 
with new pledge class . . . major issues of the year were Russia, black-eyed peas, and the 
Gheen plan . . . 

Old South Ball and brothers secede as Maurice gallantly saves the ice . . . the yearly 
festival of the Hindu Prince Magonda . . . war approaches and the chapter sends Talking 
Tom and Cornwell to defend democracy . . . football week-ends and return of alumni 
highlight fall quarter . . . Garners also return . . . Horrible Jack and the chain reaction 
were in mode as Freeman returned with the Golden Mane . . . 



Goz, Buck, and Bob have recurrence of old injury, the hockey limp 
character appears in the form of Whispering Smith from Delaware . . . 



new chapter 



Brothers continue to smoke popular brands . . . Meekins not particular . . . Maryland 
week-end and Apache party is a success . . . Bowers again leads choral group . . . Sloan 
receives I.C.C. award for German week-end . . . Schofield and Fremd continue their 
unheralded labor as Johnson continues to pilfer the sealing wax ... it all adds up to an 
eventful year for the brothers of old Kappa Alpha . . . 






OFFICERS 

Arthur Beckham Presideiil 

Richard Penegar Vice-Pieiideiil 

James Hardison ALuler of Ceremonies 

John McCrary Secretary 

Walter Montgomery Treuuirer 

HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. 

Colors: Scarlet, White, and Green. 

Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publications: The Caduceus; The Star and Crescent. 

Founded at the University cf North Carolina in 1892. 




KAPPA SIGMA 



FIRST ROW: Williom Forris Bodgett, Wm. VanFossen Barringer, II, Horry Skinner Botemon, David R. Brenegar, Henry Cowles Bristol, Jr., Joseph John 
Combs, Robert William Caudle, Kyle Clifton Eller, Jr. • SECOND ROW: Lindsay Coble Ferguson, John Ralph Friday, George Kirby Freeman, Willord 
Coe Goley, Jr., Hugh Patrick Griffin, Richard Freeman Griswold, James Archibald Hardison, Jr., Ernest Jackson Holbrook, Jr. • THIRD ROW: Clemuel 
Monsey Johnson, Thomas Henry Knott, Calvin Battle Koonce, Ben Dixon Lackey, John Alexander McCrory, Jr., Richard Chatham Mayberry, Henry 
Vance Modlin, Walter Scott Montgomery, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: Hubert Ethridge Olive, Jr., Richard Melton Penegar, Daniel Eliiah Perry, James 
Louchlin Purser, Conway Joel Rose, James Candler Ryan, William Morsh Sonders, Oliver Lewis Sopp • FIFTH ROW: William Oliver Smith, Jr., William 
Little Steele, III, Thomas Dodds Stokes, William Robert Taylor, Jr., Charles Wyse Trent, III, Willis B. Underwood, Jr. 












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Brothers return from vacation early to renovate house . . . looks fine. Brother "Spooks" 
back after long vacation . . . Beckham too. Patio completed and completely christened. 
Cap'n Otis . . . U.S.A.F. Whatn hell happened to Carpenter? Barringer turns boxer in 
Athens. Woody takes big step. Tug and Dago pinned while Horse and Jimmy keep 
trying. Shaky hot after Torchy. Ammi-Dent tried . . . wonderful success as we review our 
new pledge class. "Squirelling! who, me?" says Penegar. Ryan and date head for Sylva 
and Hills . . . looking for moonshine? 

Chrcme-Dome turns us into Mahatma Ghandis. Grassy eats a cheeseburger . . . been 
drinking? Kudi, Clif, Garbage-Mouth, and Fred look at a few hole cards. "Laughing 
Boy" Griswold imbibes. Hugh P., Connie, and Squirell make like lawyers, 'arvard 'olbrook 
back . . . how long can this last? Johnston has idea for Homecoming display but Hori- 
zontal and Stub finally set it up, Clem gives Ranson a helping hand. Dudas and Goley 
sick . . . Watts nurses happen to be on hand. Monty is still the big man with money ideas. 

"No-Legs" Lackey and Midge cheer for Winston. Cowan says, "Me too." Spider 
backs the ADPis. Intramural stars Albridge and Whitfield shine. Ax-man Smith is new 
scribe. Perry is Kappa Sig's BMOC. Joe John vies with Krupa for honors. Psycho analyzes 
brothers with gratifying results. McCrary puts out the Alpha Muse. Dortch keeps travel- 
ing to the Tri-Delt house. Chubby, Two Gun, Henry Knott, T. D., and Jim Purser join 
in with the rest of us in making this a banner year for dear old Alpha Mu. 






OFFICERS 

Albert Stuart President 

Bill Aldridge Vice-President 

Tommy Faison Secretary 

Guy McFarland Treasurer 

HISTORY 
Founded at Boston University in 1909. 
Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold. 
Flower: White Rose. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1926. 
Publication: Cross and Crescent. 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

FIRST ROW: Thomas William Osier Abbott, William Henry Aldridge, John Thompson Allred, William Dewey Boling, Jr., William Augustus Bowen, James 
Elliott Bridgman, Don B. Broadwell, Robert Maison Brooks, Jr., John William Burwell • SECOND ROW: A. Paul Carswell, Jr., Joseph Lee Clark, Avery 
Murray Cooke, James Krozer Dougherty, Jr., William Franklin Davis, Harry Leigh Derby, III, James Russell Dickens, Charles Wade Dwiggins, Jr., Robert 
Anderson Olin Edyords, Jr. • THIRD ROW: Guy Corr Evans, Jr., Thomas Ellison Faison, Charles Worth Fowler, III, Gilmore C. Freemon, James Eugene 
Glenn, James C. Goodin, Robert Stimson Green, George Davis Hankins, Bernard Chandler Harris • FOURTH ROW: Bob J. Holmes, Clayton Carr 
Holmes, Jr., Richard Frederick Hunt, Jr., John Calvin Isenhour, Hugh Boyd Johnson, Leiand Lake Jones, Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Horry Lee Lambeth, 
Jr., Don Richard Lotto • FIFTH ROW: Leonard Lopez, Robert L. McDoniel, Guy Witherspoon McForlond, William DeVane Moultsby, Jerome Frank 
Morris, Daniel Baker Morrison, Edwin Moring Robins, Andrew Paul Shvedo, Roymond R. Simmons • SIXTH ROW: Williom Francis Simpson, Albert 
Chaplin Stuart, Jr., Robert Lee Sturdivont, John Gordon Ulmer, Jr., John DonicI Wright. 

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It was a year of superlatives. Parties were the wildest or the greatest, and exams were the 
worst. The football week-ends found us partying madly as usual. Perhaps the maddest 
of all was the Maryland week-end when about thirty of the College Park brothers paid 
us a call. Oh well, we were bored with that furniture anyway. We didn't play host all the 
time, though, as the folks down in Columbia will testify. 

Our serenades were superlative, too. We aren't quite the Robert Shaw Chorale, but 
then Andy isn't quite Robert Shaw. The annual Christmas Party for the Methodist 
Orphanage was again a huge success, and the Dance Committee will be happy to hear 
that our pledge banquet came off right well also. 

All in all it was a terrific year. Next year . . . who knows.' 





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OFFICERS 

Carl Harris President 

Walter Carnes Reporter 

James Thomas W^arden 

Edward Davenport Tre.wtrer 

HISTORY 
Founded at the University of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) in 
1848. 

Colors: White and Blue. 
Flower: White Carnation. 
Publications: The Scroll; The Palladium. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1885. 




PHI DELTA THETA 



FIRST ROW- Leslie Bunn Adorns, Jr., John Coburn Alexander, Leonrde Alfred Boorcke, Charles Eugene Behrens, George S. Blockwelder, Jr., Horvey 
Meores Brinkley, Jr., William Powell Cornell, Carl Strong Crittenden, Fred Harder Cutts, Jr. • SECOND ROW: Trovis Edwin Davenport, Richard Floyd 
Davis, Jr , Lee Henry Edwards, Robert Bradley Egerton, Harper Johnston Elam, III, James Edward Ellis, Joseph Gorrett Fitigibbons, Arthur Kurt 
Freimuth, William Hunt Fulwiler • THIRD ROW: Joseph Clayton Harris, Jomes Edward Heins, Marvin Vole Horton, Jr., William M. O. Hudson, George 
Herman Hutton, Jr., Aubrey Robert Johnson, Jr., Ralph Benton Jordon, Donald Herbert Kimel, Thomas Richard Kinnebrew • FOURTH ROW: Robert 
Henry Koonts, Richard Brooke Lowson, Jr., Robert D. Lingerteldt, Jr., Robert Theodore McGimsey, Clorence Reid McLoin, Jr., Frederick Foyette 
Mallard, Hal Young Miller, Jr., Jomes Edward Montogue, Robert Jomes Page • FIFTH ROW: Richard Jomes Pointer, Chorles Dovid Porker, William 
Alton Quolls, Jomes Edmundson Rogsdole, Robert LeRoy Rollins, Jr., Harold Floyd Rouse, Lloyd Bell Smith, Jr., Jack Bethel Stokes, Hubert Otto Teer, 
Jr. • SIXTH ROW: James Phillips Thomos, Dalma Wilson Uzzle. Jr., Henry Tavlor Voden, Adolphus Andrew Willioms, Jr., Kenyon Benedict Zohner, Jr. 




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Back to the Hill . . . "work" . . . great pledges . . . football week-end parties . . . 
"Meatball," Wiley, and Carson, bulwarks of '50 Tarheels . . . housemother's fudge . . . 
All-American swimmer Thomas back from Japan loaded . . . with more records 
and medals . . . Georgia and Virginia week-ends, something to remember . . . Christ- 
mas party ends fall quarter with a bang. 

Brothers return from holidays to make the Bowery Ball the best ever . . . Cook's 
Combo sets the pace . . . Pledge Dance at Carolina Inn climaxes pledgeship . . . more 
Phi Delt Dream Girls wearing the Sword and Shield . . . nine Phis have walked the 
last mile to the altar . . . ranks thinned as brothers receive post-Christmas "greetings." 

Beach parties highlight spring social schedule . . . big turnout at Germans . . . 
Brother Teer's dad comes through with TW set . . . gratis . . . dedication and memorial 
services for the late Brother Roland "Pete" Parker most impressive . . . numerous Phi 
Delt officials and alumni present . . . graduation marks the end of another banner year 
for N. C. Beta but the brothers leavint; will be missed. 







OFFICERS 

Alex Watkins, Jr Pres/JeJU 

Bill Hedrick Recording Secretary 

Ben Yelverton Correspondence Secretary 

John Barber Treasurer 

Weddell Harriss Historian 

HISTORY 
Founded at Washington and Jefferson College in 1848. 
Color: Royal Purple. 
Flower: Purple Clematis. 
Publication: The Phi Gamma Delta. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1851. 






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PHI GAMMA DELTA 

FIRST ROW: Don Franklin Beals, Ben Moyo Boddie, Elisho Lewis Bryan, Bradford C. Contwell, Jomes M. Dillon, Murdock Edward Dowd, Jr., Laurence 
Elliott Earley, Benjamin Limer Ellington • SECOND ROW: Lewis Winfree Evans, George Alexander Gorey, Jr., Carson Greenwood, Reginald B. Griffin, 
R. Bryant Hare, John Weddell Horiss, Lloyd Bruce Hedrick, Victor Gray Herring, III • THIRD ROW: Robert Peel Holmes, III, John Bright Jernigan, 
Daniel Stephen Jones, Allen Russell Koenig, Charles Franklin Lombeth, Emsley Armfield Laney, Jr., Jesse Eugene Lang, Henry Neill Lee, Jr. • FOURTH 
ROW: Duncan Ion MacColman, Franklin King Marshburn, John Augustus Mayo, Jr., Cecil Jerome Milton, A. David Moore, Sam W. Moore, Jomes R. 
Montgomery, James Archibald Myott, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: Joseph Higgens Nelson, Charles Allan Northend, William Gordon Quarles, Joseph Leonard 
Rawls, Jr., Blockwell Sawyer, Jr., Donald Clemens Seifert, Williom DuBerny Smith, Horace E. Stacy, Jr. • SIXTH ROW: Alexander Sprunt Watkins, 
Jr., Edward O'Hanlon Watson, William Henry White, Jr., Thomas Avent Wi'lioms, Jr., Mooh Rouse Wilson, Arthur Simeon Windsor, Benjamin Olds 
Yelverton, Jr. 

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Korean situation hops up nocturnal activities . . . "Young ones" prayin' ; reservists 
sweaten' ; all imbibing . . . Albert begins twenty-first year as Phi Gam houseboy . . . 
"Nast)'" and Larr)''s roulette wheel shelves scholarly ambition and fouls up financial 
budgets . . . "Mad Dog" MacCalman takes House Manager's job seriously and creates 
a decoratin' revolution . . . assessments due for next ten years . . . especially fine pledge 
class captured this year. 

Fifty Fijis and dates bussed it to Tennessee game . . . troops in rare form . . . Tonto, 
former Commander-in-Chief of championship drinking team, returned to assume com- 
mand of the bus . . . Rock, Rum-Head, and Oilman, among others, now demoralizing 
the army . . . parties for and by the Dook Thetas great successes . . . whew ! . . . Brad 
and Eel-Head suffer during fall with no-drinking bets . . . Gene "Clanga ' Lane does 
fine job as Rush Chairman . . . King "Chaingang" Marshburn in extremely fine feather . . . 

The Annual Toilet Bowl Game on Flushing Field (back of the house) came off in 
great style with the Plumber's Friends plugging up the Bon Ami's attack to gain a seat 
on the Championship Throne . . . everybody goin' pin-happy . . . trips to the beach 
plentiful . . . only thing better than a woman in a new dress is a woman in no dress . . . 
did someone mention the Curve Inn Patio? . . . Beer? ... I Love It ... a woman is a 
woman but I hope she don't drink too much . . . I'm broke ... see you on the strand . . . 






OFFICERS 

Jack Brown Pres/Jeul 

Mac McAuley Vice-President 

Tommy Reich Secretary 

Don Vincent Treasurer 

Frank McMahon Pledge Master 

HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Pennsylvania on October 19, 

1850. 

Colors: Black and Old Gold. 

Publications: Pi Kappa Sigma Newsletter; Lambda Lite. 

Flower: Yellow Chrysanthemum. 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 



FIRST ROW: Thomas Weldon Angel, III, Jerome Wilson Bolick, William Jackson Brown, Amos Sunmer Bumgordner, Jr., Needham Broughron Correll, 
O. Bernard Crowell, Jr., Lyell C. Dawes, Ormond Hunt Dumphey • SECOND ROW: Cyrus Parsons Earnhardt, Jr., Cheyney Stauffer Evans, Jr., Howard Barks- 
dale Farky, Jr., Lorry Moore French, Jr., Thomas Dormon Gaines, Peter Demetrios Galontdes, Jesse Albion Giles, Oliver Wendell Hamilton, Jr. • THIRD 
ROW: Judson Hardy, Jr., Charles Sydney Horrell, Robert Beaumont Jackson, Roger Adams Jennings, Jr., Charles Rorden Johnson, John Abernathy Lowry, 
Daniel Andrew Lynch, Jr., Eurid Reid McAuley, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: William Durlond McCaslin, Andrew John Miketa, Thomas Wooten Oliver, Thomas 
Williom Payne, Charles Fredrick Rierson, Jr., Robert James Rutherford, Jr., Neol Sheffield, Jr., Robert Merritt Shores, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: David 
Alexander Simpson, Jr., Albert Doyle Spain, Jr., Charles Douglas Stompley, George Myers Stephens, Jr., Alfred Marshall Thomy, Percy Lee Woll, Robert 
Tyson Wallace, William Grohom Wore, Jr. • SIXTH ROW: David Clogett Waters, Russell Daniel Whitcrhert, Richard Thomas Wiess, Forrest Roy Willard. 



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The Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity celebrated its one hundreth anniversary this year. 
Lambda chapter along with its eminent alumni guests celebrated the occasion on Founder's 
Day with a banquet and induction of torty-one new pledges. 

The house is in the best shape it has been in many a year. New plastering, new 
bright-striped wall paper, and freshly painted walls greet the visitor as he enters. The 
dining room with its pastel green walls and flowered wallpaper provided a real treat 
for those who spent their Saturday evenings after the football games there eating 
Jordan's buffet supper specials. 

Lambda is making many plans toward reconversion. A new oil furnace is due to 
replace the trembling old boiler that they have now. Someday the members eagerly 
visualize a dining room in the basement. 

The annual 'Winter and Spring House Parties are still the main social events, and 
they are anxiously anticipated. 





OFFICERS 

Woody Williams Preiident 

Bernard Winlield V ice-President 

Howard Broughton Secretary 

Louis Godwin Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at the 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. 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 



FIRST ROW: David Massey Adams, 
Bartlett, Jr., Allman Beamon, How( 
Clifton Russell Churn, Jr., Benjomii 
Daly • THIRD ROW: Rylond Sher« 



Thomas, Jr., Louis Purvis Godwin, Joseph J 
William Hendon Hogshead, Jr., Williom Coffeen Holton, H 
Cary Lester • FIFTH ROW: Kenneth Patton Lindsley, Jr., ThornI 
Merritt, Jr., Andrew Cleveland Miller, Eslie Leroy Miller, Jr., Tho 
• SIXTH ROW: Guy Woolord Rawls, Jr., Richard Eugene R09 



iry Walter Allen, Robert Sherman Allison, Robert Lovell Anderson, Jr., Willard Burch Apple, Charles Sam 
Chalk Broughton, Bynum Rhodes Brown • SECOND ROW: Charles Jennings Bryan, Sam James Calvert, 
ranklin Cooper, Lee Andrew Clark, Jomes Fuller Cloniger, William Hugh Craft, Robert M. Creed, Ted Bern 
Duke, Alfred Leonard Dyson, Jr., Tom Hall Eubonks, George Worrell Evans, John H. Falkner, Henry Cole 



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es Gray, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: Harvey Lee Griffin, Jr., Eugene Brooks Ho 

H. Horton, Jr., Frank Hall Keel, David Armstrong Kelly, Russell Benton Lee, Jr., Jam 

>n McKendree Long, Page D. McCauley, Thomas McMillan, Jr., Oscar Kochtitz 

las Edward Murdock, James Lyman Neely, Henry B. Patterson, Frank Elbert Quinn, 

Julius A. Rousseau, Jr., John Donald Sadler, Howard Bryan Sutton, 



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Roll call . . . Fine Dyson . . . "In that" Beaman has the floor . . . sound off PiKA . . . 
hey. Sweets . . . Tokyo Joe do "flip-flop" . . . gung have party . . . Army? hell no, 
I'm a student . . . Jerry Lewis and King Kong on TV ... we need an assessment . . . 
MIX ANOTHER BATCH ... has he got gold? . . . don't get the pinkies, CharHe 
. . . Congrats, Charlie and Evelyn . . . buy "Snake Lake" . . . hey mother, water the 
flowers . . . pledges? we got the best . . . put the gavel down. Chief . . . Bernie and his 
broom in Sanford Stadium . . . but he's sharp . . . slop it up . . . make her holla 
Zacharoonie ... I surrender . . . "Hot Ghandie's" novel . . . share the gas with Benny 
and Flash . . . MIX UP ANOTHER BATCH . . . another dead soldier . . . I'll cut 
class if you will . . . Mellow Mother . . . bar-fly over here . . . BMOC "Gump" . . . 
Hiss-s-s-s-s Godwin . . . Mrs. "Warner for housemother . . . after Carlyle came 
Guy . . . shove off date, it's three o'clock . . . MIX ANOTHER BATCH . . . Nickie 
darling . . . Sutton and the convention . . . how's Aunt Kay, Dave? . . . you like right 
smart sody in your cornbread ? . . . Lamb and his AT-6 . . . let's go to the Curve Inn, 
Sam . . . MIX UP ANOTHER DOUBLE BATCH . . . proceed to the Mercury Club 
for a party . . . meeting adjourned. 








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OFFICERS 

Drennen G. Mann Archon 

Macfie Anderson Treasurer 

Otis R. McCoIlom Secretary 

John T. Sherrill Historian 

Alfred F. Cole Chaplai)i 

Robert G. Hamer W^ardeu 

Charles F. WoIfF House Manager 

Aaron J. Jones Steward 



HISTORY 

Founded at the College of Charleston in 1904. 

Colors: Gold and White. 

Flower: Rose. 

Publication: Star and Lamp. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1914. 



PI KAPPA PHI 



FIRST ROW: Denny Page Aldridge, James Macfie Anderson, Jr., Joseph Yarnall Bassett, Jr., James Albert Bridger, Jr., William Frazier Briley, Ben E. 
Corson, John Robert Couble • SECOND ROW: Lewis H. Floyd, Robert Graham Homer, Jr., John Louis Head, Willord A. Hord, William Donold Horton, 
William Thomas Huahes, Robert W. Johnson • THIRD ROW: Aaron Joy Jones, Jr., Henry Rowland Kritzer, Otis Roberts McCollum, Nathaniel Fuquo 
Magruder, William Henry Mollison, Kemp Alston Moser, Robert Sidney Perry, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: Jack A. Prince, William Floyd Purvis, William 
McKendree Robbins, Jomes Lee Seoy, Williom Fletcher Setzer, Gordon Hauser Shermer, John Thomas Sherrill • FIFTH ROW: Frederick Lofoyette Silver, 
James Ashby Wharton, Jr., Thomos Alvo Whitley, Bill Albert Williams, Charles Fredrick Wolff. 




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This year the Pi Kapps started early and gave the house a new look and the parties a new 
push. There were 18 brothers in the house and many more in dorms. We had 26 new 
pledges who were to be the future brothers of Pi Kappa Phi. 

We couldn't always celebrate a victory but we managed to celebrate. D. G. and 
Bucky were out in front as usual with everyone ready to take part. It was great to see some 
of our departed brothers back in the middle of everything. 




What a party. How could it miss.' Corky and Wild Bill were operating. Speck was 
supplying the vocals accompanied by Hick, Dub, Clyde and Jensen were at the table 
of operations, Rhe had important business on her mind. Yes, it was a big year for Kappa; 
Duke and State came over, we went to Georgia and S. C. In the spring was the annual 
Rose Ball with memories never to be forgotten. 





OFFICERS 

Paul Roth Rex 

Erwin Goldman Archon 

Irvin Cohen Scribe 

Don Prago Keeper oj Excheijiier 

HISTORY 

Founded at Yale University in 1895. 

Colors: Purple and Gold. 

Publication: Tripod. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1930. 




PI LAMBDA PHI 



FIRST ROW: Seymour Bates, Martin Abraham Bernstein, Burton Hyman Bershaw, Irvin Marvin Cohen, Barry Morton Farber, Erwin Soul Goldman, 
Stanley David Goodman • SECOND ROW: Leonard Julius Guyes, Axel Werner Hoke, Joy Harris Joseph, Robert Edward Koutmon, William N. Kingoff, 
Jack Everett Koslow, Robert L. Kurtz • THIRD ROW: Lad Landau, Harry Lerner, Alan Roy Lupka, Robert Michael Luxenberg, Sheldon Jay Plager, 
Donald Progo, Lewis Samuel Ripps • FOURTH ROW: Richard Selig Rosen, Poul Alexander Roth, Harry Samet, Frederick R. Scher, Henry Harris Shavitz, 
Benson E. Slosmon, Alan Land Susman • FIFTH ROW: Stephen Wolte Sutkor, Richard Harvey Swortzberg, Bernard Harris Thorn, Gerald Max Wogger. 



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Pablo the Rex heads them all 

In intramurals, Guyes carried the ball. 

Lucky Lup and his Brooklyn brogue 
And Singing Sam, the Mr. Vogue 
Movie anyone? Lewis Ripps 
Blossom and his Durham trips 
Duke women are liked by Sy 
And Scher's jokes could make you die. 

Plager, Rosie — the best food in the land 
Harry and Joan walk hand in hand 
Inventions of Levitz were in demand. 

Off to Europe, Forber soiled 

Many courses Jocko failed 

Even Lerner is on the beam 

Goodmon played with the Red Sox team 

And Sutker was here with his perpetuol gleam. 

Bob Kurtz took core of our house 

Even now Thorn can't remember Kaus 

To make Phi Bete, was Kaufman's ambition 

And Yote kept up the Nickel-Dime tradition. 

Narcotic Nudnick with his fiendish yell 

Our boy Siegal and his Georgia belle 

Rush week was well run by Koslow 

The romance of Kreiger and Landau 

House parties by Kingoff — We remember so. 

Call high Bershaw, you're locked for low 

Archon Izzy — Molder of Men 

Richard Swartzberg, asleep by ten 

Off to teach lab went Prof. Al 

Lover Bernstein got another gal 

In Jerry Wogger we've found another pal 

Nineteen Fifty was a greot year 

And our slogan was "Gonna Korea." 





OFFICERS 

Bob Shore Pres'uienl 

Garland Johnson Vice-Prendenl 

John Stone Secretary 

Basil Jackson Treasurer 

HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. 

Colors; Old Gold and Purple. 

Flower: Violet. 

Publication: The Record. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1857. 






SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

FIRST ROW: Milo Boiling Abercrombie, William Santord Benbow, Wilford Caulkins, III, Thomas Duncan Cooper, Jr., John Scott Cramer John Kershaw 
DeLooch, Marvin Lemuel Ferrell, Jr. • SECOND ROW: Edmund R. Gant, Jo!in Doniel Gold, Chorles Lewis Haywood, III, Raymond Hardy Holland, Basil 
George Jackson, Monroe Garland Johnson, Jr., John Reid Murchison • THIRD ROW: Robert Hamilton Nutt, Jr., Marion Wooten Peebles, Jr., Francis 
Edward Price, Jim Stone Reuning, John Williom Ross, Robert D. Shore, Williom Booth Simpson, Jr. • FOURTH ROW; Percy R. Smith, Jr., William 
Marshall Smith, Wilson Davis Trotter, Benson Reid Wilcox, Wolter Winius, Jr. 

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Thanks to the brothers, our house was in the best shape since pre-war days upon our 
return this fall. During the summer, in spite of pro tennis matches and numerous 
parties, Trotter and Murchison went all out in participating in both sports, tennis and 
painting. The State week-end found us like all the other fraternities . . . anxious to 
get the coeds back in the house. After all, the Arboretum can get pretty damp at 
times ... so says Barney "Lover" Boardman. Notre Dame was next, and our brothers 
wheeled off for Greensboro, Roaring Gap. and Wilmington to view our Dalt and Julian 
on TV. "No Legs' Guest, "Cotton Tail" Caulkins, "Bean Bag" Wilcox, and "Gat" 
Johnson dated queens from W. C. and blew it out at the Country Club in Greensboro. 

To hell. To hell. To hell, with Georgia could be heard ringing from the caravan 
heading to Athens on another territfic week-end. Brother Basil Jackson did a bang up 
job as chauffeur, bartender, and valet the whole week-end. 

Willie Benbow surprised us all by getting the jump on Dyke, Bugar, and Jim 
Fox ... he took the fatal step of marriage in the fall. Two weeks later found the 
Green Room in use again with the brothers and fourteen fine pledges. 

After the Homecoming track meet with William and Mary, "Fort S.A.E." resounded 
with shouts of L.I.A.H.O. and the German Week-end was one of the greatest with 
Chuck and Smiley doing the honors for N. C Xi. 

In closing, we would like to wish all the success and luck in the world to three 
brothers, Stan Travis, Bob Nutt, and Sonny Price who have been tapped by our favorite 
and honor order. The Draft Board. 






OFFICERS 

WiUard I. Herring Presideiil 

Adger Williams Vne-Presidenl 

C. Douglas Carter Recording Secretary 

D. Elwood Clinard Corresponding Secrelary 

R. Sterlyn Hennis Hiunrian 

George Webb Comptroller 

HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Richmond in 1901. 

Colors; Red and Purple. 

Flower: American Beauty Rose. 

Publication: Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1921 

and 1947. 




SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



FIRST ROW: Charles Douglas Carter, John Allen Cotes, Thomos Conner Clack, Dovid Elwood Clinard, Jr., James Kent Coward, Sam Baker Boinbridge, 
Maurice Wright Bowden, Steve Blond Dolley, Jr. • SECOND ROW: George Barton Dysort, Samuel M. Gattis, Charles Robert Gilchrist, Jr., Robert 
Flournoy Goodwin, Jr., Jock Phillip Greene, Robert Warner Grubbs, Thomas Crawford Haddon, Jr., Philip Van Harrell • THIRD ROW: Rucker Sterlyn 
Hennis, Willord Isaiah Herring, David Collins Huntley, Charles Douglas Jettreys, Charles Hugh Kennedy, Richord Carl Lassiter, Lacy Lee Lucas, Jr., 
Benjamin Gray Mattox • FOURTH ROW: Robert Ellington Marshall, Jr., James Lee Merritt, William Theodore Milburn, Cuthbert Vernon Mize, Jr., 
Benjomin K. Mobley, Earl Welborne Owen, Charles Forbes Parker, Robert Jackson Phillips, William Frederick Riddle • FIFTH ROW: Robert Rohe, 
Richard 0. Sigmon, Billy Lee Slate, Riley Dan Strickland, John Flake Weaver, George Henderson Webb, William Roy Wills, Phillip Adger Williams, 
on Lewis Williams, Jr. 




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We returned to a new house ... it looked new, anyway . . . Willard, the new prexy . . . 
"Tombstone" WilUams, the vice . . . outstanding pledges . . . Alumni swarm house after 
football games . . . labs at the Curve Inn . . . 



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How could we forget . . . Don and that Cordovan shine . . . Bowden, the "petit 
grand roi" . . . Clyde and the car with the Harvard sticker . . . Bainbridge and the ball 
games . . . Phil and his women . . . the Alpha Gams . . . 

Big Sig Ep Ball and bigger hangovers . . . Papa Haddon . . . softbali at Hogan's 
. . . gin and rummy . . . and ole Roberto . . . Merritt and chow . . . Bermuda 
Rohe . . . Slate, coach's pet . . . Grubbs and ping-pong balls ... Phi Bete keys and 
Woodie . . . cabin parties ... a great year ... a great gang . . . 





OFFICERS 

Kyle Barnes President 

Jim Cowan Vice-President 

Baird Sills Secretary 

Tad Riley Treas/irer 

HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) in 

1855. 

Colors: Blue and Gold. 

Flower: White Rose. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1889. 




SIGMA CHI 



FIRST ROW; James Ronold Adams, Julian Sheppard Albergotti, Joseph Frederick Augustine, Billy Ebert Barnes, Kyle Durland Barnes, Jomes Andrew 
Ball, Jr., Charles Douglas Berger, Earl Ray Betts, Jr., Louis Adams Bledsoe, Jr. • SECOND ROW: Rupert Quentin Bliss, James Davis Blount, Jr., Carl 
Baxter Brown, Lewis A. Brown, Richard Fry Bunting, Michael Chilton Carver, Edword Douglas Clery, Thomas Ellis Coghill, Zollie Albert Collins, Jr. 
• THIRD ROW: Michoel Rodney Gotten, James Cureton Cowan, Donald Olmsted Evans, Edword Vernon Ferrell, Robert Allen Fountain, III, Fred Weston 
Glover, Jr., James Frank Harrison, Paul Michael Hendren, Robert Edward Henning, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: Theodore Casper Hesmer, Jr., Dan McLaughlin 
Hobson, Conrad Hock, Jr., John Randolph Ingram, Jesse Clyde Johnson, Jr., Edward Montgomery Knox, Jr., Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr., Kay Eugene 
Lewis, John Alexander Lowder • FIFTH ROW: Marvin Mather McCall, Richard Lee McDonald, Rodney Leonard McKnight, Edwin Lee Middleton, 
Herman Aubrey Moore, William Clyde Morris, Jr., John Fairbanks Motsinger, Jr., Vernon Bass Mountcastle, Jr., Jonathan Lee Peeler • SIXTH ROW: 
Rupert Andrew Phillips, Jr., Emmett Judson Pope, Thomas Arthur Price, Tad Tilden Riley, William Mitchell Rue, Baird B. Sills, James Harrison Smither- 
man, Robert A. Smitherman, William Walker Swink • SEVENTH ROW: Cooper Ellis Taylor, Jr., Kenneth Gray Tilley, Ben Thompson Tison, Paul Donald 
Trollinger, John Joseph Wallace, Heywood J. Washburn, Eugene C. Whaling, William Holt Williamson, III, William Thomas Wilson. 







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1950 . . . hearty crew returns to prepare house for great year . . . work delayed by new 
coeds . . . motion passes to continue work ... on coeds . . . brothers enjoy chapter meet- 
ing in Kenan Stadium . . . Rush Week . . Ipana salesman reports increased sales as 
Sigma Chi welcomes terrific pledge class. 

Motion passes to eat more turkey . . . brothers returning from Tennessee felt like 
the Third Man as migration begins toward South Carolina ... ah, winter quarter and 
those nights by the TV set . . . REMEMBER GIRLS ? 

Brothers decide it would be cheaper to buy Curve Inn and Watts Grill . . . motion 
passed . . . decide to enlarge study rooms . . . motion DEFEATED . . . suspend beach 
trips for one week-end to provide campus with another great SIGMA CHI DERBY . . . 
another campus beauty crowned SWEETHEART . . . brothers suggest trip to zoo break 
monotony of DANCE 1 . . . PARTY.' . . . WOW I ... is '51 here already??? 






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OFFICERS 

Lyn Bond Eiiihieiil Couiuiander 

Ben James Lieutenant Coitiniaiider 

James Minor Gwynn Recorder 

Allan Donald Treasurer 

Lyn Hobbs Sentinel 

Charles Snow Marshal 

Joel Bourne Chaplain 

Guy Gooding Historian 

O. M. White Reporter 

HISTORY 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. 

Colors: Black, White and Gold. 

Flower: White Rose. 

Publication: The Delta. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1889. 




SIGMA NU 



FIRST ROW: Joseph Allen Adams, Robert Edward Bennett, Lyn Bond, Jr., Richard Seth Bostick, James William Carpenter, Joseph B. Carr, John Marion 
Carson, Allan Jackson Donald • SECOND ROW: George Radclift Dorden, Poul Burt Edmundson, William Henry Elliott, Jr., James F. Ervin, John B. 
Exum, Jr., Robert Brittain Fairley, John Jethro Ferebee, Hoi Dean Ferraro • THIRD ROW: Guy Vernon Gooding, Jr., Arthur Fountain Goodwyn, Harrty 
Marks Groves, James Minor Gwynn, Altred Wilson Homer, Jr., Harry Blake Hardison, Thomas Riley Hinson, Lewis Lyndon Hobbs • FOURTH ROW: 
Ralph V. Huband, Jr., Edwin Eure Johnson, Leslie Edward Jones, Jr., Ben E. James, Jr., Richord Gwyn Messenger, Robert Droughn Page, David Living- 
stone Pierce, C. Allen Poppleton • FIFTH ROW: Joe Overton Sargent, Robert Eugene Shaw, Charles Buxton Small, Charles Goodrich Snow, Robert Hairton 
Snow, Walter Williams Umsteod, O. McMullon White, Reginald Sidney White, Jr. 





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The first Psi Chapter Directory emerged and met with remarkable success ... the long 
drive for repairs finally saw its completion this year with new paint inside and out, up 
and down, and redecorations . . . Lyn Bond perpetuates family tradition to become 
E. C. . . . Umstead takes over the dining room and takes on Ervin as apprentice . . . Ervin 
with his Pennsylvania Dutch is still "right neighborly" . . . Judge Edmundson makes us 
legal once more . . . intramurals do well under "Sunset" . . . congratulations distributed 
among newly-weds — Stump and Jane, Bull and Linda, Hawk and Chick . . . football 
continues in the side yard despite obstacles . . . "Hoot" at the piano has his last year to 
thrill "rushees" and frighten imports . . . "Fire Chiefs" still blush in front of co-eds . . . 
Work-Week replaces Hell Week ... the newsletter keeps the alumni informed . . . Charlie 
Snow's football raffle helps get a television set . . . Jernigan is still around to tell how it 
was done ten years ago . . . Hal and Sue, Bruce and Nell, and John and Peggy are still 
going strong . . . the Germans still play second fiddle to Sigma Nu Week-end . . . "Goober 
butter" replaces outmoded peanut butter . . . Pete Carr makes a name for himself on the 
football team . . . Al Donald sings bass on the "White Star" and doubles as treasurer 
. . . Ben James makes use of his Florida sunshine to win friends and influence people — 
this time, the Grand Regeant's daughter . . . Harry, so it says, is chief Carolina host and 
house painter ... the "White Star" still shines and Lee Vickers still brightens up gloomy 
mornings after with his magnificent off-key tenor, while Sigma Nu remains near the top 
throughout the Carolina campus. 






OFFICERS 

Donald J. Maynard President 

Harrison Lewis V'ce-President 

William A. Worth Treasurer 

Neil B. Glenn Secretary 

HISTORY 

Founded at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont, in 

1856. 

Colors: Military Red and White. 

Flower: Red Carnation. 

Publication: The Rattle of Theta Chi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1920. 




THETA CHI 



FIRST ROW: William Franklin Brock, Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr., Corlyle Campbell, Jr 
Colvord, Steve William Dellinger, Jr. • SECOND ROW: William Benjamin Duke, J. 
Jr., George William Londis, James Vernon Londis • THIRD ROW: John Winstead 
James Maynard, Leslie Gray Merritt, James Arthur Mills • FOURTH ROW: George 
Wendell Pate, Jr., Alan R. Perry, Sam Cecil Perry, Alvin Bernard Samuel • FIFTH 
Taylor, III, Earl Clinghman Warren, Will Allen Worth. 



., Sanford A. Cockrell, Jr., Drew William Colvord, George Todd 
Roy Edmundson, Deno Steve Fasul, Neil Bost Glenn, Dean C. Jones, 
Lee, Harrison Lewis, Henry B. Lewis, Wesley Ray McCaskill, Donald 
Ervin Moore, Jr., William Bruce Neely, J. Micah Pate, Jr., Troy 
ROW: David Louis Seitz, Richard Thomas Stone, Nelson Whitford 




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We're really rolling now! Got a house, its face all cleaned and painted, and got the 
spirit. "Buck" is gone, but the memory and breath linger on. Open house for the 
campus . . . "you know where we are, over on East Rosemar)'. . . ." Thrill of a lifetimc 
when the alums come back to their house for the first time in 1 1 years and the sororities 
come over for a "social." Chapters visiting from all over the East . . . yes, it's a great 
feeling to be in your own home. Many thanks to Mr. Morehead, however. 

Can't ever forget the ugliness of "The Ugliest Man On Campus" nor the beauty of 
the Sweetheart of Theta Chi. And how about all the nice things said to us by friends all 
over the campus. It's good to be back. 

Brother from Dook transfers to Carolina chapter and never lives it down. Still a 
brother, but what a rearing he had at that cigarette factor)- in Durham. That first football 
game of the intramural season . . . we stomped all over them. But wait, no dressers or 
desks. Well, we'll get by . . . there's lots of floor space. 

A great heritage to live up to, but we're rolling so fast now it'd take a brick wall 
to slow us down. First glass of punch spilled on the new furniture during rushing. Oh, 
my gawd, send for the mop! 

Glad to be back and glad to enjoy the house with all our friends. "C'mon over for 
a while, help us get the newness out of it . . . ' 





OFFICERS 

Irving Greenspon President 

Harris Clein Vice-Presideni 

William Schwartz Secretary 

Leonard Liberman Treasurer 

HISTORY 
Founded at Columbia University in 1910. 
Colors: Purple and White. 
Flowers: Lily of the Valley; Violet. 
Publication: The Plume. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1924. 




TAU EPSILON PI 



FIRST ROW: Joseph Wallace Brady, Jr., Aubrey W. Bronstein, Jack Cohen, Harvey Colchamiro, Herman Morton Coplon, Robert Mayer Evans • SECOND 
ROW: Eorl Ju!es Frankel, Norman Wilbur Goldin, Ralph Max Goldstein, Edwin Stanley Goodman, Alan William Gordon, Irving Leonard Greenspon • 
THIRD ROW: Jack Gellman Handler, Kenneth Robert Hoffman, David Leonard Isaacs, G. Arnold Kaufman, Solomon Prncus Kimerling, Martin Philip 
Levinson • FOURTH ROW: Leonard Albert Liberman, Marvin N. Nathan, Judson S. Novins, Byron Alan Orringer, Ronald Stanford Prince, Irwin Elliot 
Sawitz • FIFTH ROW: Frank Richard Schwartz, William Norman Schwartz, Irwin Edward Vinnik, Thomas Rubens Weil, Robert Lewis Zucker. 




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The draft is here — so are Baer, Diamond, and Glasser . . . Pepsi-Cola Korschun and his 
pledge plan contortion . . . Liberman made a cool million in the TEP House . . . 
Nathan is loose as a mullie . . . good thing Hoffman is graduating, that N. C. sweater 
is getting threadbare . . . self-support will teach Colchamiro to wash his own car and 
laundry . . . Greenspon getting lost in the A. M. . . . the "Boychucks" . . . where's the 
TEP House? . . . The Hawaiian Hillelite . . . does Lurie pack Orringer's pickle? . . . 
Zucker — Boy-type Chinaman ... we sing out when Brady fines and run out when he 
sings ... no appropriate term for Coplon . . . Pritchard the "nightwatchman" ... a 
little "Rock" and a big pile! ... a shift in house policy from "The Good Ship Bingham" 
to the luxury line Caldwell . . . W. C. is back in the limelight again . . . Novins is 
"f'chunsing" around . . . Schwartz is doing double time at W. C. . . . summer extension 
in Durham is now open. 




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OFFICERS 

Donald Mendel President 

Bob Raskin Vice-President 

Jerry Sternberg Secretary 

Bob Goodman Treasurer 

Gene Oberdorfer Historian 

HISTORY 

Founded at Central College, New York City, in 1902. 
Colors: Blue and Gold. 

Publications: Z.B.T. Quarterly; Alpha Pioneer. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1927. 




ZETA BETA TAU 



FIRST ROW: Lowell Monning Dryzer, Theodore Golden Frankel, Joseph Joy Freedmon, Robert Edward Goodman • SECOND ROW: Alan Bernord Heilig 
Robert J. Heiman, Baldwin Kohn, Barret Franklin Kolb • THIRD ROW: William Lewis Koresh, Donald Myron Mendel, Herbert Nachmon, Jr., Eugene 
Oberdorfer, Jerry V. Sternberg. 




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Alpha Pi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was founded on the University of North Carohna 
campus in 1927. The national fraternity, founded at C.C.N.Y. in 1898, has 48 chapters 
in the United States and one in Canada. 

The chapter began this year ranking third among fraternities in scholarship. In 
activities, ZBT has Herb Nachman, Editor of TmiuIioii: Jerry Sternberg, President of the 
University Club; and Bob Raskin, Interfraternity Council Rushing Chairman. There are 
several varsity athletes. Highlighting ZBT's social activities is the formal anniversary 
dinner-dance in the winter quarter. Periodical house parties and lively football week-ends 
will be remembered by all who have taken part. 






OFFICERS 

Joe Albright President 

Russell Thompson Vice-President 

Jim Thorp Secretary 

Joe Chambliss Treasurer 

HISTORY 
Founded at New York University in 1847. 
Colors: Gold and White. 
Flower: White Carnation. 
Publication: Circle of Zeta Psi. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1858. 




ZETA PSI 



FIRST ROW: John Hellen Anderson, Joseph Lindsay Albright, C. Heath Alexander, Edgar Rutherford Betty, Gurney Simpson Boren, III, Lodson Hunter 
Boyle • SECOND ROW: Joe B. Brewer, Edward Bland Brown, Jr., Collier Cobb, III, Thomas Chatterton Coxe, III, Joe Barrow Chambliss, Thomas Harold 
Crowder, Jr. • THIRD ROW: Thomas Wynns Gregory, Thorne Gregory, Spencer Gregory, Arthur Copeland Hill, James Franklin Hurley, III, Bennett H. 
Perry, Jr. • FOURTH ROW: John Richard Owen, Marshall Herman Schell, Jr., William Bioxton Schell, William Poilin Skinner, Jr., Swain H. N. 
Stephenson, Howard Harold Strandberg, Jr. • FIFTH ROW: Russell Aubrey Thompson, Jr., Charles Ellington Thorne, James H. Merriom Thorp, Oonnell 
Van Noppen, Jr., Charles Gorman Watkins, Richard Horvey Wright, III. 















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School started as usual ... at the poker table with Root, M. F., Edgaroid, and Goobs 
looking over a few ducats. Miss Agnes ! Miss Agnes ! Georgia week-end . . . Head, 
Ski Nose, Slim Charles, and Ladson letting it all hang out. Weeks later saw Turkey and 
Snake Evans shadowing Joe Brewer and his shapely Converse lass. All Raleigh talked 
about Julie's date with Dense Spence. 

Zete ladies of Heath and Rooney have decided to shake up. Tri Thought's grades show 
he's still thinking. Blisters for those who went to Durham on a "moon-lit" night. Friday 
morning . . . telegram for Une, I.C.C. 

Skin and Dutch talk politics in the background, while Foul-Mouth tells a joke 
followed by a lusty Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho. House goes wild as Footsie scores against the Irish. 
Saturday night rhythm section with Geek, Pole, Big Ben, and Gawff. Pat and Rat co-captain 
the show team again this year. 

Intramurals going well. Rapid Robert leads Zete footballers with goalward sprints, 
followed by Heath . . . with ball. Easy D., Cobby, and Bo . . . bulwarks of the line. Barney 
Joe and the new rug. My! My! Those couldn't be cigarette burns. Same old Zetes. Fun 
for all in 1950-51. 






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OFFICERS 

63 David Collins Huntley Barlender 

34 David Ker Schermerhorn Chaplin 

61 Charles Dunsmore Fox, III Vice-Bartender 

62 Nevin Kennedy, III Label Forger alias Archives 

57 Paul David Minton Keeper of the Cellar Keys 

67 Alda Faye Massengill Bar Maid 



EMINENT BEARS 



65 Thorton McKendree Long 

66 James Arthur Mills, I 

70 Joseph Allan Arnold 

71 Michael Conway Dixon McDaniel 

72 James Mason 

73 Robert Tipton Johnson, III 

74 Charles Elisha Taylor 

2(17 Gordon 
208 Archibald Henderson 



75 Norman Cordon 

77 Robert Long 

78 Robert Lingerfeldt 

79 Robert Payne 

80 James Gwynn 

81 Roy Parker 

82 David Guthrie 
Gray 

209 Robert B. House 




BEAR POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 
ADMINISTRATION 

Ker Schermerhorn President 

Norm Cordon Director of Coed Activities 

Mac Long Dean of W^on/en 

Alda Massingill Director of Athletics 

Arthur Mills Director of Elfin Dancers 

Burt House President Alumni Association 

The Order of the Golden Bear is a spiritual organization of chancellors and administration 
of Bear Polytechnic Institute, an institution of higher learning located in the County of 
Orange. 



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STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 

Student Government and the University find funda- 
mental identity in their mutual chief objective — the 
training of responsible, informed, and thinking citi- 
zens. 

Living in an atmosphere of self-direction and self- 
restraint, we learn here the basic lessons of respon- 
sible citizenship. Participating in the activities and 
processes of Student Government, men and women 
learn the meaning of responsible action, of initiative, 
and of creativeness in the field of self-government. 

It is not merely that we here at Carolina do with 
freedom many things which in all but a few schools 
do not lie within the purview of student control. 
Rather, the most lastingly important thing is that 
through these activities, through this freedom to do 
and to err, we learn these lessons which can be 
learned in no other way than by taking on authority 
and by exercising it intelligently and responsibly in 
the interest of the whole community. 



John Sanders 
President Student Body 



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Dick Murphy 
Attorney General 




FIRST ROW, lett to right: Winifred Horriss, Dick Murphy, Jol 
Horace Stoey, Nancy Her, Ed McLeod. Absent when picture 



Lorry Botto, Fr. 






COMMITTEE HEADS 



Dn, Bob Payne, Dick 



Herb Mitchell 
Vice-President of the Student Body 



That student self-government is considered sound 
educational practice is adequately demonstrated by 
the enlarging area of autonomy which we enjoy. 
That it is sound training for fruitful participation in 
democratic government in later life is dramatically 
illustrated by those student leaders who subsequently 
have attained high public office and exercised it 
faithfully, from James K. Polk to Frank Graham. 



If democracy is to achieve its highest degree of bene- 
fit to all, it must constantly be expanding. We are, 
therefore, ever striving towards a fuller realization of 
the potentialities of student self government. This 
spirit of an expanding democracy has been our guide 
from the earliest days of the University; it is our 
inspiration for today, and our chief hope for to- 
morrow. 




Bonks Tolley 
Secretory-Treasurer of the Student Body 



FIRST ROW: Dot Manss, Anne Brewer, Bonks Tolley, Corolyn Stollings • SECOND ROW: Allen 
Tote, Bill Wolker, Jim Mclntyre, Ken Penegor, Tom Kerr, John Kennedy. 



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STUDENT 
LEGISLATURE 




Herb Mitchell 



STUDENT LEGISLATURE 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Gene Show, Ben James, Sheldon Plager, Herb Mitchell, J. K. Richordson, Harry Horton, Otis McCullum, Bill Skinner, Ed 
Love • SECOND ROW: Jack Owen, Julian Mason, Jim Lamm, P. J. Warren, Faye Massengill, Carolyn Stellings, Peggy Wood, Aurelia Fulton, George 
Rodman, John Hazelhurst • THIRD ROW: Ralph Woddell, Art Spaugh, Bill Boling, Sol Cherry, Paul Roth, Harry Horton, Arch Fort, Jack Brown, Cam 
Stubbs • FOURTH ROW: Dan Perry, Bobby Gorham, Charlie Dwiggins, Bill Burkhalter, Ken Penegar, Wood Smethurst, Dick Kennebrew, Dick 
Messenger, Allen Tate, Richard Davis. 




The Student Legislature, founded in 1938, con- 
tinues to function as the legislative branch of 
student government. Nearly all rules and regu- 
lations governing students here at the university 
are passed by this group. Its wide and varied 
powers, as defined in the 19'30 revised con- 
stitution, are limited to its willingness to accept 
the responsibility which inevitably goes with 
authority. 



Each legislator, elected by the students of his 
particular campus district, is faced with the 
problem of realizing that office is not honor — 
it is responsibility to his constituents and hard 
work. The success of each session is dependent 
upon this realization. 

During the past year the Legislature did not 
pause to remember its successes but went for- 




COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 
FIRST ROW, le»f to right: Horry Horton, Parliamentary; Foye Mossengill, Coed Aftoirs; Peggy Stewart, Clerk; Allen 
Tote, Rules • SECOND ROW: Jock Owens, Woys and Meals; Sheldon Plogcr, Speaker Protempore; Sol Cherry, Ser- 
geont-at-Arms; Charlie Dwiggins, Elections. 



ward to meet the new and vitally important 
problems, which faced the Carolina student 
body. Under the concientious and capable 
leadership of Speaker Herb Mitchell, the Legis- 
lature worked with interested effort and was 
rewarded to see many problems resolved. De- 



bate on many questions was heated, but a vote 
of accord prevailed. 

It was a successful year for the Student Legis- 
lature and a further example of the superiority 
of our self-governing student body. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Alice Huftard, Pot Bowie, Lorry Botto, Cho 
• SECOND ROW: Kyle Barnes, Bob Evans, Bob Holmes, Dick Jenrette. 



Frances Drone, Noncy Smith 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council is concerned with the Honor System and the Campus 
Code. The Council, which is the supreme court at Carolina, has original 
jurisdiction in cases involving the constitutionality of the Student Govern- 
ment Constitution. This court also hears appeals made from a defendant 
if he or she feels that either the Men's or Women's Council have tried 
the case unfairly. Any student or organization penalized by any of the 
other courts can also appeal to the Student Council. 

The Council is composed of three members selected from and by the 
women students; three elected from and by the men students; three elected 
from and by ail students — making a total of nine members. 




Lorry Botto, Ch< 



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FIRST ROW, left to right: Arden Boisseou, Ann Townsend, Catherine Schiff, Margo Kuhn, Madge Crawford, 
Nancy Allison • SECOND ROW: Frances Johnson, Scottie Everett, Rosalie Yarn, Beverly Serr, Kash Davis, 
Phyllis Costner, Edna Mathas, Beth Ellen Edwards, Helen Homilton • THIRD ROW: Winston Smith, 
Genette Bouche, Mary Hadley, Charlotte Rosenburg, Ellen Treadway, Catherine Shaw, Betty Prior, Ellen 
Turlington, Bootsy Taylor, Nell Clark, Dot Manss, Anne Brewer, Teency Guion. 



COED SENATE 




Kash DaviS/ Speaker 



The Coed Senate, established in 1941 and originally part o£ the Women's 
Government Association, is the legislative body for women students. The 
purpose of the Senate is to bring the coed into the picture of student 
government; and in acting as the bridge between coeds and the student 
legislature, the Senate is the ultimate coordinating body for coed action. 

Included in the duties of the Senate is the distribution of funds collected 
each quarter from the coeds to the organizations on campus whose mem- 
bership is made up entirely of women. The Coed Senate also ratilies all 
social rules which have passed the Interdormitory Council, holds election 
for offices in all branches of women's student government, and appoints 
the chairman of women's orientation 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 of women's organi- 
zations with their responsibility. 

The Coed Senate is now composed of 33 women, 13 of which make up 
the Interdormitory Council and 20 of which are elected to represent a 
dormitory or a town district. Since the fall of 1950 the Interdormitory 
Council has been merged with the Senate to form a committee of the 
Senate. 



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MEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Bynum Brown, Joe Gray, Horace Stacy, Jack Tripp SECOND ROW: Allan 
Milledge, Ben Harward, Jim McLeod, Bob Holmes. 



MEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 



The Men's Honor Council, acting under the Student Council and with 
duties corresponding to those of the Women's Council, tries cases involv- 
ing Campus Code and Honor Code violations. At present, it is composed 
of eleven members — one from Law School, one from Medical School, one 
from the School of Pharmacy, one from the Graduate School, two Sopho- 
mores, two Juniors, two Seniors, and one hold-over from last year's council. 

In addition to its regular work, the Men's Council has recently strived 
diligently toward making new students properly conscious of their 
privileges and responsibilities as citizens of this University — particularly 
emphasizing the significance of our two codes of conduct and of the 
dynamic role they play in Student Government and in the reversed 
"Carolina "Way of Life. " 




Buddy Voden, Cho 



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WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW, left to right; Judy Sanford, Clerk; Winifred Horriss, C 
ROW: Anne Brewer, Solly Cox, Ruth Sikes, Mory Wood, Jeon Bloom. 



on; Bobbe Whipple • SECOND 



WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 




Winifred Horriss, Cho 



The Women's Honor Council is the coed judiciary which handles viola- 
tions of the Honor System and the Campus Code by women students, 
working as a parallel to the Men's Council. The Women's Council also 
acts as an appellate court for House Council decisions. The Council is one 
branch of the tripartite system of coed self-government, working with 
Coed Senate and Women's Interdormitory Council. 

Each year the Council leads the orientation of women students in the 
Honor System and Campus Code, instructing entering coeds in the 
origin and meaning of these standards. Composed of four junior, three 
seniors, one graduate student, and one woman student at large, the 
Women's Council is an important phase of self-government, striving to 
increase a fuller participation in the Carolina way of life. 

Officers this year were: Winifred Harriss, Chairman; Judy Sanford, Clerk. 



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MEN'S INTER-DORMITORY COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Dovid Currie, Lewis Southern, John Charles Rush, Jim Blount, E. Ray Bond, Jerry M. Shuping, Dean Hamriek, Henry C. 
Fisher, Lee S. Potter, W. M. Heeden • SECOND ROW: Drew W. Colvard, Doran J. Berry, Eugene Corpenter, Sidney B. Turner, Ted Leonard, Bob Creed, 
Jim Sticking, Vann York, Dick Murphy, Don Ashby, Ralph Woddell, Poul Somerville • THIRD ROW: Allen Phillips, Claude Eugene McKinney, 
Peyton Edword Pitts, Robert Wilson Siler, James Albert House, William P. Branch, Art Grecnboum, Vernon L. James, Stonton V. Huffman, Roy E. 
Martin, Mourice Richardson, Edgar Williams, Blaine Moore. 



Men's Interdormitory Council 



The Men's Interdormitory Council represents over 3,000 men living in 
the l^niversity's twenty dormitories. Its membership is composed of the 
presidents and faculty advisors of each constituent. 

The council's main functions are the improvement of living conditions in 
the dormitories, and the enforcement of rules of conduct of men in their 
living quarters. It also worked with the Women's Interdormitory Council 
to improve living conditions for all students. 

President of the Men's Interdormitory Council this year was Sidney Turner. 




Sid Turner, President 



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WOMEN'S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Sue Jacobs, Edna Mothos, Rosalie Vorn, President; Catherine Shaw, 
Helen Hamilton • SECOND ROW: Nell Clark, Mary McLean, Frances Johnson, Charlotte Rosenberg, Betty 
Prier, Seattle Everett, Winston Smith. 

Women's Interdormitory Council 

The Women's Interdormitory Council is the Administrative body of coed 
self-government. Composed of dormitory presidents, sorority house man- 
agers, and the president of the Town Girls Association, this group works 
" with the Board of Residence in regulating dormitory life and contacts 

through house meetings. 

Under the revised constitution. Women's Interdormitory Council is now 
a working committee of Coed Senate. This set-up enables the two groups 
to work more closely. The functions of Interdorm include interpreting 
social regulations, recommending changes in regulations in Coed Senate, 
and supervising the House Councils. Through Interdorm, all coed adminis- 
tration is coordinated and linked to the Office of the Dean of Women. 

Special projects for the year were the sponsoring of a House Council 
Training Conference in the fall, the drafting of a handbook to guide 
Interdorm in the future, and working for more dormitory spirit through 
sports and social functions. 

Rosalie Varn served as President, and Catherine Shaw, as Secretary of the 
Women's Interdormitory Council. Edna Matthes served as representative 
to Graham Memorial Board of Directors. 




Rosalie Varn, President 



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Jim Rathburn, Director 




GRAHAM 
MEMORIAL 
STUDENT 
UNION 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
FIRST ROW: Or. E. J. Woodhouse, Ann Townsend, Deon Fred Weaver, Horry Horton, Kotherine Cormichoel, 
Jim Rothburn • SECOND ROW: Mory Moe Keor, Bill Shuford, Edno Mothos, Doe Berry, Evelyn Ho 
Zone Robbins, Jock Prince. 



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Graham Memorial, the University student union, is 
the social and activity center of the campus. Its 
services include a newly-instituted carpenter shop 
where students may receive instruction in wood- 
woiking, and a sign-printing shop to serve student 
organizations, as well as a travel agency, barber shop. 
mimeographing service, photo dark room, music 
lounge and information center. The entertainment 
activities sponsored consist of such functions as free 
dances to which all students are invited, weekly 
floorshows in the Rendezvous Room and classical and 
popular music concerts. 

The newly-appointed director, James Rathburn, an 
energetic and resourceful administrator, planned an 
interesting, constructive program for the year to 
keep pace with the ever-increasing needs of the ex- 
panding student body. 

Every student is a member of the union, to the sup- 
port of which $1.00 of the block fee is allocated. 
Dedicated as a memorial to Edward Kidder Graham, 



the building was completed in 1931. It is student- 
managed and student-staffed. The over-all direction 
of Graham Memorial is in the hands of a 12-man 
board composed of students, faculty and administra- 
tive members as follows: Katherine Carmichael, 
Kemp Gate, J. Maryon Saunders, Fred Weaver, E. J. 
Woodhouse, Mary Mac Kear, Vinton Hoyle, Jr., 
Doran Berry, Edna Matthes, Jack Prince, Evalyn 
Harrison, Zane Robbins, Harry Horton, Chairman; 
James Rathburn, Ann Townsend. 

The building houses the offices of Student Govern- 
ment and all of the student publications as well as 
furnishing meeting space for over 130 campus organi- 
zations. 

In the spacious oak-panelled main lounge, completely 
equipped with individual reading lamps, soft com- 
fortable chairs, and the latest newspapers and maga- 
zines, students are welcome to read, study, or play 
games from early morning until late at night. 



GRAHAM MEMORIAL STAFF 
CLOCKWISE: James Rathburn, Director; William Stonestreet, Reid Hooper, Thomas H. Tisdale, Edward L. 
Coley, Winston Hall, Dan Cox, Bill Reeves, Henry Fisher, George H. Cummings, Joe Bassett, David Medling, 
Judson Hipps, Betty Coley, Rosalie Brown, Mary Jo McLean. 





YWCA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Cox, Winifred Harris, Frances Drone, 



Grevilda Snyder, Jean Bio 



Younp Women's Christian Association 



YWCA (CABINET) 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Ann Townsend, Ruth Saunders, Judy Santord, Carolyn Stellings, Jean Shaeffer, Jane Neighbors, 
Winston Smith • SECOND ROW: Morgo Kuhn, Helen Bomor, Katherine Wiley, Grevilda Snyder, Jean Bloom, Frances 
Drone, Solly Cox, Ann Birminghom, Winifred Harris, Gay Currie, Bootsy Toylor • THIRD ROW: Arden Boisseau, Joyce 
Spear, Carolyn Stellings, Rosalie Yarn, Nancy Her, Pam Miller, Mary Wood, Ann Burnette, Rusty Simpkins, Jane Lindsey, 
J. K. Richardson, Alice Loughlin. 




The Young Women's Christian Association on the 
Carolina campus is an ever growing, working organi- 
zation, with members engaged in a reahn of activi- 
ties, fulfilling a three-fold purpose: 

To seek to know God ; to understand Jesus and follow 
Him— 

To unite in a desire to realize a full and creative 
college life — 

To determine to have a part in making this life 
possible for all people. 

Organized on campus in 1937, the YWCA is now 
composed of over 500 members, and two full-time 
directors, as contrasted with the original small organi- 
zation and volunteer staff. 

Each of the 30 committees carries out a program 
within one of the YWCA divisions: Christian Faith; 
Personal Development; Campus Activities; Social 
Responsibility and World Relatedness. These Activi- 
ties range from baby-sitting to ballet classes; from 
dorm stores to campus discussions. 

General Association meetings and retreat conferences 
are held often; while Membership Council and Cabi- 




ADVISORY COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW: Grevildo Snyder, Gay Currie, Mrs. B. Sullivan, Miss Frances Yocom, 
Mrs. F. Honft, Frances Drone, Mrs. Bill Friday • SECOND ROW: Anne Brewer, 
Twig Branch, Sue Stokes, Dr. Claiborne Jones, Fred Weaver, Dr. Sydenham Alexonder, 



Mr 



R. B. Ho 



net, composed of officers and committee heads, meet 
every Monday afternoon to discuss business and 
programs. 

Worship, work, and play is the YWCA's part at 
Carolina. 



YWCA (MEMBERSHIP COUNCIL) 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Norwood, Martha Ann Olsen, Tiny Morrow, Evelyn Harrison, Ann Birmingham, Pot 
Jewell • SECOND ROW: Jane Faison, Frances Minter, Sue Joyner, Margaret Gwoltney, Nancy Smith, Dot Manss, Princes 
Stellings, Bet Allen Edwards, Phyllis Costner • THIRD ROW: Catherine Show, Ann Brewer, Madge Crawford, Franie 
Sweott, Foye Massengill FOURTH ROW: Sue Stokes, Ann Campbell, Koryn Mereness, Mary Borden, Helen Brundagc, 
Kitty Bruce. 





STUDENT AUDIT BOARD 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Gwynn, Ben James, Kemp S. Cote, Gilbert Marsh. 



STUDENT AUDIT BOARD 



The Student Audit Board has charge of the Student Activities 
Office, which in turn handles all the accounts of student organi- 
zations. The Student Audit Board is the auditor of the campus 
and keeps a close tabulation in all financial matters. 

The Board is composed of five student members and three 
faculty advisors: Mr. Kemp Gate, Mr. J. A. Williams, and 
Dean Friday. Mr. H. A. Kear is the congenial accountant who 

signs all the checks and keeps the records. 

Any organization on the campus may operate their funds 
through the Student Audit Board as well as the organizations 
receiving funds under the block fee. 

The Board endeavors to offer every student organization the 
best possible accounting service. 




Ben James, Ch 



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UiUMWdimu^... 




PUBLICATIONS 
BOARD 




i:/i. 



i 








Zone Rabbins, Ch 



t usually looks »or the 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Professor Jack Riley, Zone Robbins, Choirmcn; Ernest OeLaney • SECOND ROW: Frank AMston, Bill Skinner, Herb Nochman, Buddy Vaden 




The Publications Board handles all financial matters 
pertaining to the three student publications. The 
Daily Tar Heel, the Yack and the Taruat'tou. The 
Board approves budgets for the three publications, 
makes and breaks contracts, approves all appoint- 
ments by editors to salaried positions, purchases 
equipment and handles all other financial details. 

A new position of publications financial coordinator 
was set up by the Board this year to supervise the 
spending of funds and to assist the Board in financial 
matters of all types. Ernest S. DeLaney, Jr., currently 
holds this position. 

Plagued by legislative cuts last spring and lack of 
expected funds, the Board was forced to make several 
drastic cuts this year. These unfortunate but neces- 
sary cuts were described as "steps in the wrong 



direction," but the Board hopes that future alloca- 
tions of money v.ill allow reinstatement of cut items. 

Facult)' members of the Board are Dr. G. A. Barrett 
and Mr. Jack Riley. Student members are Zane 
Robbins, chairman; Frank AUston, Jr., secretary; 
Taylor Vaden, treasurer; Bill Skinner, legislative 
representative, and Herb Nachman. 




Newly instated Publications Finan- 
cial Coordinator, Ernest S. Delaney, 
Jr., The F.B.I, of publications. 



In the office of the humor mog, Tornotion, you will almost alwoys 
find the staff hard at work on a new survey of coed life. These surveys 
omplish anything but always manage to keep the 




The "city-room" of the Daily Tar Heel is a crux of activity from 
early in the day till evening, when the doily tabloid hits the p 
Serviced by the Associated Press wire, the student body is kept u 
with national as well as daily campus news by the student newspape 



Page 37y 




JIM MILLS 



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) 




This was destined to be the year that we all went back to 
raccoon coats, the Charleston, and the dependable T-model 
Ford. The renaissance of "Joe College" was about to be 
awakened when the world was again thrown into a threaten- 
ing conflict between eastern powers. 

We got as far as the Charleston then 'a new fad took the 
fancies of many of the degree hopeful Carolina Gentlemen: 
Uncle Sam's Air Corps in preference to the infantry. The 
army cried, ". . . if you're not Phi Bete, we're drafting you 
immediately." Fraternities practically closed down over 
night. Then they started on the 18-year-olds. They got that 
settled, then the Air Corps announces that it's not accepting 
any more men because of ". . . crowded conditions at our 
present bases . . ." With this they promised that everyone 
could stay in school . . . until June 1st when they would fill 
their "quota" of fifty thousand men! We waited. And life 
even seemed sometimes normal. We had fun; publishing 
the year book, going to classes, taking physicals, having 
parties, studying, and so forth oil year. Coeds began to 
worry about who would be left in '52 when the boy-girl 
ratio would change from 7 to 1 almost inversely. Life 
msurance policies only come with war clauses and a severe 
cose of go-to-hellism broke out in Universities all over the 
United States. But through it all, we of the 1951 Yackety 
Yack, have survived, enjoying every work-packed hour. Hope 
you like our book. 

Mills (Boy-Pilot) 



^. 



TIM BORDA 



^XM4yf<£4<) > 



CHARLIE FOX 




KEN PENEGAR 



STAFF 



THE YACKETY YACK OF 51 





Junior Editor 




Nancy Smith 
Honorary Editor 




M^m 



Bill Nickols 
Circulation Editor 



Clay Johnson 
Assistant Business Manager 



Phil Allen 
Handi-man 



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DAILY 
TAR HEEL 



During the 19^0-51 school year the Daily Tar Heel 
continued its fine record as the official voice of the 
student body, and continually lived up to its duty as 
the "Oldest College Daily in the South." Boasting 
the only wire room in collegiate circles to have the 
services of both United and Associated Press, the 
paper also gave topnotch coverage of campus news, 
including a special edition for the inauguration of 
President Gordon Gray. 

Roy Parker, Jr., a two-year veteran on the paper, 
took over the editorial reins in the fall after Graham 
Jones resigned. He, along with a staf? that included 
Associate Editor Don Maynard and Executive News 
Editor Chuck Hauser, brought to the editorial page a 
quality and force that made the paper's voice a 
powerful and respected one. 

On the news side, Managing Editor Rolfe Neill 
held down the top post, aided by such veterans as 
News Editor Andy Taylor, and reporters Edd Davis, 
John Noble, Barrett Boulware, and Walt Dear. 
Sportswise, it was Sports Editor Zane Robbins, aided 
by such seasoned sportshawks as Joe Cherry, Frank 
Allston, Lew Chapman, and Bill Peacock, who con- 
tinued the fine record of the paper in its coverage of 
Tar Heel Sports. 




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V 




DAILY TAR HEEL 

FIRST ROW, (eft to right: Joyce Evons, Jane Goodman, Oliver Watkins, Ed Williams, Pat Morse, Marie Costello, Marie Withers • SECOND ROW: 
Martha Byrd, Bruce Marger, Bill Ward, Wade Bryant, Charlie Ashworth, Bill Faulkner, Bootsy Taylor. 



Ed Williams was the Business Manager whose acu- 
men kept the paper's financial side in good order. 
Serving under Ed were Advertising Manager Neal 
Cadieu and Office Manager Oliver W^atkins. 



And so the Daily Tar Heel passed another news- 
packed year, recording as it did the momentous hap- 
penings of the 1950-51 season. It was a year packed 
with excitement for everyone, especially those con- 
nected with the campus daily. 



NEWS STAFF 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Biff Roberts, Frank Allston, Zone Robbins, Chuck Hauser, Roy Parker, Ralph Neil, Don Maynard, Faye Massengill 
• SECOND ROW: Joe Cherrye, Bill Hughes, John Novie, Chorlie Brewer, Ken Barton, Dave Waters, Stanley Smith • THIRD ROW: Andy Taylor, Bill 
Grimes, Eddie Starnes, Leo Northart, Walter Deor, Bill Peacock. 





TARNATION 



"There are times when I want to pucker up and spit 
this here terbaccy juice right in your eye, Vermillion. 
How come you went and used my magnifying glass 
to singe them chicken feathers? Now its busted and 
how am I gonna read my Tarnation?" 

"Now you just listen to me, young Zeb, that there 
Tarnation ain't good for nothing no way. You can 
only read it in the you-know-what, and you can't even 
hide behind it in class." 

"Why, 'Vermillion, I'm surprised at you. Everybody 
knows the Nawth Caline Killegite Press Club done 
voted Tarnation the very bestest magazine in the state 
for three years runnin'. Heck, the Duke 'N Crutches 
didn't hold a candle. It ain't even been a pocket book 
long enough to fuss about, only a couple years, and 
this here fellow Herb Nachmanthe eddytor and his 



buddy John Moore, the managing something-or-other 
and that there cartoon man Hugh Gale got together 
and really went to town this year. Heck, I laughed 
so hard, lost my false teeth in the oatmeal, five times. 
And there were a lot of other fellows did a heck of a 
job, those advertisements this Bob Ciampitt drew up 
was 's funny and clever I couldn't go in those stores 
without saying something about 'em. All them pretty 
gals they had in there around Christmas time kind 
of struck my fancy too. And that issue which looked 
like Quick or what ever its called, had me fooled all 
the time. Now, "Vermillion, I'm going uptown and get 
me another magnifying glass, and no more foolish- 
ness out of you. I'm looking forward to those Tar- 
nations again next year, they're gettin' better 'n 
better everv time." 



Page 384 



This year marks the second that our humor magazine 
has been produced in the handy "go to class" form. 
Although the motives of Editor Tom Kerr (the one 
before Nachman) were financial when he changed 
Tarnation to the "pocket" size, he set a precedent 
which has held on thus far. 



The student body seems to like the small magazine 
which is only half as large but contains twice the 
number of pages as did the "standard" mag. 

The fact that Tarnation is the only college humor 
magazine of its size in the country and has been 
awarded journalistic merits for its stories and layout 
places it high on the list of "elective reading." 




FIRST ROW: Gil Barker, Horry Kotsonios, Gene Laughter, Tom Alexander, Bill Brown • SECOND ROW: Barbara Hulks, Hugh Gole, Herb Nachman, 
John Moore, John Langston, Margie Story • THIRD ROW: Harold Rollins, Bert Wade, Nat Mogruder, Archie Myott, Chuck Houser, Zone Robbins 
• NOT PICTURED: Bill Johnson, Tom Alston, Bob Clompitt, George McKinney, Bory Forber, Ken Pcnegor. 





TOWN GIRLS ASSOCIATION 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Mac Keor, Hildo Simpson, Jeanne LeClair, Dona Phipps, Constance DeLaney, Helen Morrow • SECOND ROW: 
Kotherine Thompson, Dot Sloan, Jeanette Sloan, Betty Sue Jacobs, Nancy Blocksidge, Jackie Merritt, Jackie Crawford • THIRD ROW: Norma 
Neville, Peggy Holt, Sorah Durhom, Sue Carter, Morilyn Habel, Barbaro Gorrett. 

TOWN GIRLS ASSOCIATION 



Long active at Carolina the Town Girls Association pro- 
vides an opportunity for the girls who live in Chapel Hill 
to become acquainted with student affairs and to partici- 
pate in extra-curricular activities. It provides organized 
support for Town Girls qualified for candidacyship in 
coed elections and supports athletic teams in intramural 
contests. 

Several major events highlighted T G A's program this 
year. Fall quarter was begun with an orientation week 
social for new coeds followed later by a Thanksgiving 
party for the football team. With winter came the holiday 
festivities at Graham Memorial climaxed by a Christmas 
Dance. Picnics were the main order for spring, and a most 
successful year was rounded out by a party for graduating 
seniors. 

Officers for the year were; Betty Sue Jacobs, President; 
Nancy Blocksidge, 1st Vice-President; Jane Webb, 2nd 
Vice-President; Jeanette Sloan, Secretary; Jackie Merritt, 
Treasurer; Dot Sloan, Social Chairman. 




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CAROLINA 
FORUM 

The Carolina Forum is student government's new baby; 
its history on campus dates back to only 1948. But brevity 
of existence can be no criteria of accomplishment, for the 
Carolina Forum has been very successful in achieving its 
goals. 

The Forum's function on campus is to bring prominent 
and outstanding speakers of national renown to address 
the students on subjects of national and international im- 
portance. Under the chairmanship for the past two years cf 
the present President and 'Vice-President of the Student 
Body, the Forum has brought to the campus such speakers 
as Eleanor Roosevelt, Senator Robert Taft, Governors 
J. Strom Thurmond, Eugene Talmadge, and others. 

This year, with President Gordon Gray giving invaluable 
assistance to the group, the Forum has raised it sights in 
attempting to procure such topflight State Department men 
as John Foster Dulles, Dean Acheson, James Webb, and 
Dean Rusk, in addition to such others as Senators Estes 
Kefauver, Millard Tydings, Leverett Saltonstall, James 
Byrnes, Edward R. Murrow, Leon Keyserling, Ralph Mc- 
Gill, Omar Bradley, and Mark Clark. 








General Mark W. Clark, Ch 
Hiri February 6, 1951. 




Bob Evans, Ch 



Allen Tate 
Elwood Clinard 
Archie Myott 
John Sullivan 



Page 387 




Jerry Sternberg, President 



UNIVERSITY CLUB 



UNIVERSITY CLUB 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Bill Skinner, J. S. Cramer, John Slemp, Dan Lynch, Alice Huftard, George Hutton, Vernon Ferrell, Buck Matthews, Paul 
Keenan • SECOND ROW: Bill Harris, Meg Grubb, Elizabeth Guion, Jane Neighbours, Joe Chombliss, Paul Winston, Jerry Sternberg, Svea Ogg, Dutfield 
Smith, Tish Coley, Carolyn Guthrie, Betty Hart • THIRD ROW: Fred Prescott, Buddy Herman, Carroll Berry, Russ Dickens, Bill Davenport, Rylond 
Duke, Bill Mollison, Not Mogruder, Tom Matthews, Herman J. Goldstein, Charlie Highsmith, Jack Runnion • FOURTH ROW: Judd Novins, Lad Landau, 
Buddy Spom, Chuck Morroll, Sonny Cockrell, Roy E. Martin, Eugene Wholing, Tom Young, Chorlie Blonton, Brad Contwell, Bill Willis. 




The University Club is primarily a service organiza- 
tion and all of its functions are carried through in 
the interest of the student body and the University. 
The motto of the Club — for the University — is self- 
explanatory of the purposes of the Club. 

Composed of a representative from each dormitory, 
fraternity, sorority and the Monogram Club, it has 
direct contact with almost every student on the 
campus. 




IN + M's DNa 
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The best homecoming display, but it didn't win any prizes. 



Joyce Evans receives trophy as Ho 



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ing Queen of 1950 



The functions of the Club are many and varied. 
Through its co-operation with the Athletic Associa- 
tion, the Club seeks to promote and maintain enthu- 
siasm and good sportsmanship in all University events 
by sponsoring pep rallies, entertaining visiting teams, 
and fulfilling various other functions. This year the 
University Club has arranged transportation and 
accommodations for students attending the Tennes- 
see game in Knoxville. Also each year it is in charge 
of the Homecoming game week-end and the various 
float contests. A new feature this year will be the 
sponsoring of the Southern Pep Conference with 
representation of schools from all over the South. 

The officers this year were Jerry Sternberg, President; 
Paul Winslow, Vice-President; Daggy Ogg, Secre- 
tary; and Duffield Smith, Treasurer. 



Page 389 




FIRST ROW: Bob Gorh( 
Hendron, Charles Hickn 
Frank Clorkson, Charle 
• FOURTH ROW: Arct 



UNIVERSITY PARTY 
n, Paul Roth, Peggy Wood, Guy Rowls, Princess Stellings, Frank Daniels, Jack 
in, Mary Lou St. Clair, Bill Skinner, Bill Craft, Corol Cubine, Dick Penegor, Za 
Horrell, Bob Collier, Gordon Berkstresser, Frank Allston, Jerry Dwiggens, Die 
> Myott, Philip Burkhalter, Ted Fronkel, Alan Tate, Howard Foglemon, John P 



'ens. Dove Obrien • SECOND ROW: Mike 
Robbins, Richard Futrell • THIRD ROW: 
Swartz, Joe Pete Ward, Nevin Kennedy 
dexter. Bob Brooks. 



UNIVERSITY PARTY 



Of the two organized political parties on campus, the University Party is 
the oldest, having been functioning continuously on the behalf of student 
welfare for more than two decades. 

The University Party record compiled in the past twenty odd years defies 
comparison with other political organizations that are on campus now 
or that have been during recent years. The UP has always advocated 
forthright policies designed for the betterment of student government 
here at the University; it has always nominated qualified, capable candi- 
dates, and has enjoyed great success in defeating independent candidates 
and candidates of other parties. 

During the past year the University Party took another step forward when 
it inaugurated a policy of holding regular open meetings with the student 
body invited to attend. Veering away from its old organizational format, 
the party also voted representatives of the dormitory districts into its Steer- 
ing Committee. 

The Organization of the University Party consists of the general party 
membership, the Steering Committee, and the Executive Committee. 





UNIVERSITY VETERANS ASSOCIATION 
FIRST ROW: Bob Creed, Secretary; Wilson Yorborough, President; Kenneth Howard, Treasurer • SECOND ROW: Jock Ow 
Cotes, Club House Manager. 



Vice-President; John 



University Veterans Association 




The University Veterans Association was founded in the summer of 1945 
for the purpose "of providing an organized veterans association which 
shall represent the interest of the veterans of the student body on all 
problems concerning their welfare." 

This year the membership was about six hundred. Included in this mem- 
bership were members of the Air and Naval ROTC units who have shown 
increased interest in the Association this year. 

An important activity of the Veterans Association is the maintenance of 
the Vets Club. The Clubhouse is operated to provide relaxation and 
entertainment for members and their dates. Maurice Bowden is Clubhouse 

manager. 

The Association is governed by the officers and the Board of Directors. 
Colonel Shephard is advisor for the Association. 



Wilson Yorborough, President 



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CAROLINA 





Top leff to right: 

John Combron, President 

Jacl< Wiggins, Vice-President 



Bottom left to right: 
Barbara Sehreffler, Secretary 
Al Pruitt, Treasurer 




Earl Wynn, Director Communicotions Center; 
Chairman, Department of Radio 








HILLEL FOUNDATION 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Elynor Fogel, Herbert Poul Kaplan, Solomon Kimerling, Theodore Fronkel, Joseph Arnold, Bernice Morgol • SECOND ROW: 
Harry Lerner, Eugene Oberdoffer, Hilda Perkarsky, Jerry Sternberg, Robert Tucker. 

HILLEL FOUNDATION 



The B'nai B'rith HiUel Foundation was organized twenty-seven 
years ago by the B'nai B'rith, the largest Jewish service organi- 
zation in the country. There are now 200 Hillel units serving 
Jewish students throughout the United States, Canada, Cuba 
and Israel. 

The Foundation attempts to meet the religious, cultural, social, 
and vocational needs of the Jewish students on the campus. 
Activities include religious services, exhibits, forums, classes, 
dances, vocational information, and projects of an interfaith 
nature. 

HiUel 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 Founda- 
tion thus helps train the students for leadership in the Jewish 
and the general community. 

Officers this year are: Solomon Kimerling, President; Theodore 
Frankel, Vice-President; Joseph Arnold, Secretary; Herbert Paul 
Kaplan, Treasurer. 




Solomon Kimerling, President 



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Baptist 

Student 

Union 



B.S.U. 
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: 
Lewis Phillips, Bob Vincent, 
Howard Tickle, Carroll Hawk- 
ins, Carroll Taylor, Groy Whit- 
ley • SECOND ROW: Adrian 
Chappell, Jo Ann Griffin, Erie 
Cofield, President; Lito Muller, 
Joe Privette, Ben Mobley • 
THIRD ROW: J. C. Herrin, Stu- 
dent Chaplain: Jimmy Doris, 
Donald Doris, J. W. Jones, Bill 
Nichols, Johnny Poindexter, 
Merideth Smaw, Noah Wilson. 




The Wesley Foundation is the student religious program sponsored by the Methodist Churches of North Carolina 
and the University Methodist Church. AH students are welcome to its membership. 

Through an inclusive program of study, worship, recreation, and service the Foundation seeks to train its members 
in clearer understanding of the Christian Faith and practice. David Swain took over when Brooks Patten was called 
into service. 



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Y M. C. A. CABINET 
FIRST ROW, leH to right: James Mclntvre, Ed McLeod, President; Allan Milloge • SECOND ROW: Tom Suliy, Jimmy Shotts, A. C. Mongum, Archi( 
Myott, Tom Carrol, Burton Wrights, Bob Simmons • THIRD ROW: Mike McDoniel, Bill Wolt, Gil Marsh • FOURTH ROW; Bob Barrus, Jock Prince 
Mocfie Anderson, Bill Brown, Cloude Shotts, Secretory • FIFTH ROW: Bill Burkholder, Kemp Moser, Bill Wolker. 



Y. M. C. A. 



Many changes were made in the program of the Y. M, C. A. for 
the year. Founded in 1859, it is the third oldest organization on 
campus and has an annual paying membership of 4500. The aim of 
the Y. M, C. A. is to instill in the students a spirit of devotion and 
worship; provide for community welfare and service; advance 
educational growth along moral and spiritual lines; provide house 
and dormitory discussions; train men in leadership; provide fellow- 
ship; and to act as a center for other religious organizations. 

Officers were: President, Ed McLeod; Vice-President, Allan Mill- 
edge; Secretary, Jim Mclntyre; Treasurer, Bill Hogshead; General 
Secretary, Claude Shotts; Assistant Secretary, Bob Barrus. 




Ed McLeod, President 



P;ige 396 



CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS 



The Carolina Playmakers, completing their thirty- 
third season, look back with pride and wonder at 
the simple beginnings in 1918. In that year, Frederick 
H. (Prof) Koch came to the University and intro- 
duced his famous "English 31," a course for begin- 
ning playwrights. The work of creating a new and 
vital folk drama had begun. 

The staging activities fall into two sections. There 
is hrst the program of major productions, including 
contemporary plays, classics, musical comedies, 
operas, and occasionally an original which seems of 
great merit. At least one play is staged outdoors in 
the famed Koch Memorial Forest Theatre, and 
another is taken on extended tour through the state, 
and beyond. 

Parallel with the major productions, and considered 
of at least equal importance, are the student produc- 
tions of original one-act and full-length plays. 

The Carolina Playmakers are, in a very real sense, a 
community theatre. There are no mysterious initiation 
rites. Any student, member of the faculty, or resident 
of the area may become a member simply by taking 
an active part in any one of the many phases involved 
in the production of a Playmaker play. 




BORN YESTERDAY. The Playmakers Theatre. July, 1950. 



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PHI ASStMBLY 
FIRST ROW, left »o right: Robert Poce, Albert House, George Rodman, Melburn Respess • SECOND ROW: Kent Jockso 
Crawford, Solomon Cherry, John Poindexter, Bynum Matthews • THIRD ROW: Wade Bradshaw, Charles Rodenbough, Phine 
Fronz Roberts, James Fouts. 

PHILANTHROPIC ASSEMBLY 



Since 1795, the Phi Assembly has helped to initiate 
and maintain many of the finest traditions found at 
Carolina. Prominent among its contributions are the 
Library, New East, Student Government, the Honor 
System and the School Colors. 

Since its organization one hundred fifty-six years ago, 
the Phi has won an indispensable place in our Uni- 
versity, State, and enjoys a name famous for debate in 
literary circles everywhere. Throughout its history, 
the Assembly has been a laboratory in public speak- 
ing, a forum of free thought and free speech, and 
a Society dedicated to the principles of Friendship, 
Study, and Debate. Now, as in the past, the Phi con- 
tinues to train its members to be useful citizens and 
leaders in a free world. 




George Rodman, Speaker 



Page 398 




UNIVERSITY 

SYMPHONY 

ORCHESTRA 



The University Symphony Orchestra was organized 
in order to give instrumentalists the valuable ex- 
perience of playing together and other people in the 
vicinity the opportunity of hearing the standard 
symphonic music lirst hand. 

The orchestra, numbering over fifty players, is com- 
posed of students, faculty members, and townspeople. 



Besides its three concerts every year, it accompanies 
operettas and oratorios presented by local organi- 
zations. 

The officers for this year were: Thomas AUred, 
President; Clay Crisp, Vice-President; and John 
Satterfield, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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The Men's Glee Club began the year in a big way by 
joining the Women's Glee Club and the other clubs of the 
Consolidated University in singing for the inaugural cere- 
mony of President Gray in the State College Coliseum. 
Then followed the annual Christmas Concert with the 
Women's Glee Club, which has become a regular feature 
of Christmas in Chapel Hill. Further plans for the year 
included a tour of the western part of the state with the 
women, and another concert or two on campus, and a 
joint concert with the Greensboro College glee club. 

Directing the club this year was Joel Carter, chairman of 
the voice and choral department. Officers for the year were 
Harry Garland, President; George Lofquist, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Joe Beasley, Secretary; and Al Johnson, Business 
Manager. 



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Joel Carter, anticipated a highly successful year. The fifty 
or more girls who participated in the twice-weekly re- 
hearsals worked hard for perfection in the several per- 
formances which the club gave during the year. 

After joining with the choral groups of other schools in 
the Greater University to take part in the inauguration 
ceremony of President Gordon Gray, interest was centered 
upon preparation for the annual Christmas concert which 
is given in conjunction with the Men's Glee Club. A spring 
tour of North Carolina by a combined representation from 
each organization was looked forward to with enthusiasm. 

Officers of the club for the 1950-51 year were: Margaret 
Gwaltney, President; Barbara Whipple, Vice-President; 
Carolyn Long, Secretary; Nancy Richmond, Treasurer. 




Morgaret Gwaltney 
President 



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BAND 




Eorl Slocum, Director 



The varsity band, under the direction of Earl Slocum, 
Professor of Music, and Assistant Director, Hubert 
Henderson, is organized to accomplish a dual pur- 
pose; to furnish colorful programs at football games 
and various other University functions, and to pro- 
vide opportunities for student members to study and 
perform the best musical literature written for the 
concert band. 

In the fall, football shows are the chief concern. The 
UNC band has given outstanding performances at 
football games in past years, and it has, perhaps, its 
largest and most appreciative audiences in Kenan 
Stadium on football Saturdays. After football season, 
the band is divided into two units. These units render 
a concert during the winter quarter for visiting mem- 
bers of the North Carolina Bandmasters' Association. 

In the spring, the Band presents a series of lawn 
concerts for the enjoyment of students, facult}', and 
townspeople. The band is one of many organizations 
open to qualified students here at Carolina — organi- 
zations which benefit both the student and the school. 
Ofiicers for the year were Carl Baxter, President; 
Tom Allred, Vice-President; Conrad Stewart, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Bill Curtiss, Publicity Manager; John 
Rae, Business Manager; Allen Ludwick, Band Notes 
Editor; Earl Justice and Fred Rierson, Librarians. 




Carolina 
Quar- 
terly 




SEATED, left to right: John Schnoi 
ING: Bill Mallison, Fiction Board; 
Groseclose, Poety Editor; Virginia 
Williams, Charles Fox, Tom Byrd, 



CAROLINA QUARTERLY 
enberg. Business Manager; Lyn Miller, Editor; Ted Du 
:harlotte Davis, Fiction Board; Fronk Moore, Fiction 
ones. Fiction Editor; Virginia Abbott, Andy Adams, 
:ary Westervelt, and Tom Kerr. 



ol. Associate Editor; Ken Penegar, Associate Editor • STAND- 
Soard • Those absent when picture was taken are: Frank 
Emanuel Coutlakis, Pete Dorlington, Sue Mendelsohn, Ann 



CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION 
President; Christeen Nelson • SECOND ROW: 



Robert L. Kirklond, Robert Pace, J. Edga 




Carolina 
Political 
Union 




DIALECTIC SENATE 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Walter Tice, David Woodruff, Talbot R. Selby, James Lewis Lamm, Robert H. Clampitt, John M. Schnorrenberg, Thomas 
Alexander • SECOND ROW: H. Carriker, Thomas Byrel, Dick Penegor, Allmon Beamon, Peggy Moon, Kenneth Penegar, Gilbert Marsh, Archie Myatt 
• THIRD ROW: William Brukholder, Banks Talley, William Gorrobront, Charles M. Huggins, Edward M. Smith, Joe Clark, R. L. Hunt, Jr. • FOURTH 
ROW: Harry Horton, Thomas Sully, Thomos Cook, George Freeman, Clyde Baker, John Hazelhurst, Williom Graham, John A. Sullivon. 



THE DIALECTIC SENATE 




The Dialectic Senate was founded in 1795 and is the only campus organization 
that has been active on the campus as long as the University has been in opera- 
tion. It was the forerunner of all student activities on the campus at the present 
time and is still giving birth to new ideas and new implementation of those 
ideas. 

The Senate provides a forum of student opinion in its weekly informal debates 
on topics of campus, state and national interest. It is a training ground for 
parliamentary procedure, developing the art of arguing and logic and experi- 
ence in administrative tasks. 

The Di has had a wonderful year. Lots of good times and plenty of hot debates, 
honors, the presentation of Dr. Archibald Henderson's portrait and the annual 
banquet have helped make this year a high point in the Societies 156th year of 
operation. 

Officers are James Louis Lamm, President; Talbot Selby, President Pro-tem; 
Robert Clampitt, Critic; Walter Tice, Clerk; John Schnorrenberg, Treasurer; 
and David Woodruff, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



Page 405 



DEBATE 
COUNCIL 



The Debate Council is a representative board 
which organizes; (1) intramural debating 
among all those interested in Public Speaking 
and (2) varsity debating among those skilled 
enough to represent Carolina in competition 
with other schools. 



Paul Roth 
President 





Dr. Norman Mattis 
Faculty Advisor 



DEBATE COUNCIL 

Bob Hutchison hierb Mitchell 

Davis Byrd Herman Seiber 

Carolyn Stallings 



Although the Debate Council is a direct out- 
growth of the Dialectic Senate and the Philan- 
thropic Society and for many years represented 
the student government, it no longer confines 
itself to a strictly "on campus" function; but 
sends its representatives to numerous Forensic 
Tournaments to compete with many of the 
major universities in the East. 

The Council members are a selected number of 
students chosen by the debate squad, a repre- 
sentative from each of the debating societies, 
and two faculty advisors. 

Officers for the year were: Paul Roth, President; 
and Carolyn Stallings, Executive Secretary. Dr. 
Norman Mattis served as faculty advisor. 



Page 406 




STRAY GREEKS 

In 1944 the Stray Greeks were founded under the leadership of Twig 
Branch, and since then have received more and more recognition as a social 
group. The organization is composed of sorority girls whose chapters are 
not represented on this campus. 

The aim of the Stray Greeks is to provide a social outlet for its members 
and to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority life. Activi- 
ties of the group include co-sponsor of the Orientation Fashion Show, 
taking charge of the Pan Hell Post Office during rushing, participating in 
Pan Hell dances, and the Valkyries sing. The Stray Greeks special project 
was aiding a charitable organization in the community. 



Rooney Miller 
President 



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STRAY GREEKS 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Carrie Chomberlain Davis, Rooney Miller, Rosa May Savage, BiMi< 
Evelyn Wright • THIRD ROW: Mary Keefe, Carolyn Koy, Barbara Byrd, Ruth Hatch. 



• SECOND ROW: Edna Matthas, Meg Grubb, 



Page 407 



Carolina Independent Coed Association 

The Carolina Independent Coed Association was organized in 1941 by a 
group of Stray Greeks and Independent coeds who felt the need of a co- 
ordination body of non-sorority women. 

The purpose of the organization is to promote good will and fellowship 
among the coeds through the sponsorship of social functions, the creation 
and stimulation of coed interest in campus affairs and the provision of 
organized support for qualified independent candidates in coed elections. 

The Carolina Independent Coed Association is a democratic group work- 
ing for the benefit of all Carolina. Projects for this year were as follows: 
Fashion show held in cooperation with the Panhellenic Council ; Series of 
informal dances held in the Pine Room, with all CICA members as 
hostesses; Sadie Hawkins Day; and sponsoring "Meet the Candidates" 
nights preceding student elections. 




CAROLINA INDEPENDENT COED ASSOCIATION 
FIRST ROW, left to right: Martha Byrd, Pat Arrington, Jane Goodman, Dolores Hatossy, Louise Walker, Eleanor Martens • SECOND ROW: Ruth 
Van Comp, Political Chairman; Debora Ettinger, Peggy Jean Tollont, Bernice Morgol, Peggy J. Warren, President; Hilde Pekarsky, Mary L. Hatley 
• THIRD ROW: Martha Ann Smith, Wendy Cantor, Ruby Benjamin, Jeanette Hunter, Anne Hildebrond, Morgoret Stewart, Jean Erskine, Betty 
MacCallum. 




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GERMAN CLUB 




The Officers of the Club: Jocob Froelieh, President; Morvin 
Vice-President; William Rue, Secretary; George Blackwelder, Tr 



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 Jake Froelieh, President, the 1950-51 
dances were claimed highly successful. 

In October the German Club activities began with the Fall 
Germans, featuring Woody Herman and his "Herman Herd." 
The highlights of this week-end were the U. N. C. - William 
and Mary game, homecoming displays, and the dinner party 
held Saturday night at the Buccaneer. 

The next social event of the year, the Mid-Winters, brought 
Ray Anthony and his orchestra. Ralph Flanagan provided the 
music for the Spring Finals which wound up the club's social 
activities. 

Other officers include Marvin Ferrell, Vice-President; Bill 
Rue, Secretary; George Blackwelder, 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. 



GERMAN CLUB 
FIRST ROW: David Allen, George Blockwelder, William Bostic, Bynum Brown, William Cuthbertson, Marvin Ferrell • SECOND ROW: Joeob Froelieh, 
TViorne Gregory, Charles Haywood, Jomes Heldmon, Ralph Hubond, Hermon Moore • THIRD ROW: Doniel Perry, William Quorles, William Rue, Dalmo 
Uzzle, Ken Woilenborn. 




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The President and his right hand 



The German Club claimed this as their first big week-end of the 
year. The eventful two days started Friday afternoon at four o'clock 
with Woody Hermans concert. Memorial Hall rocked with the 
welcoming notes of "Woodchopper's Ball," and the "Carolina 
Gentlemen" and their dates kept time to his fascinating rhythms. 

The executive board and their dates formed the figure at the 
Friday night dance. The ribands worn by the boys gave an 
atmosphere of distinction to the figure. The hops were outstanding 
successes as evidenced by the large attendance. 

The sponsors were: Mary Strickland with Jake Froelick, Jr., Presi- 
dent; Corinne Grinsley with Marvin Ferrelle, Vice-President; 
Nancy Allison with George Blackwelder, Treasurer; Harriet Rus- 
sell with Bill Rue, Secretary; Mary Rogers with Pennie Cuthbertson; 
Ellen Tredway with Ken Wallenborn ; Bette Craig with Herman 
Moore; Mary Jane Wood with Chuck Haywood; Elizabeth Ham- 
rick with Bill Bostic; Ruth Bundy with Jim Heldman ; Fay 
Millican with David Allen; Liba Roe with Bill Quarles; Marion 
Turner with Bynum Brown; Jean Pope with Ralph Huband; Jane 
Parker with Dan Perry; Rosa Talbot with Dan Uzzle; and 
Marjorie Crutchfield with Thorne Gregory. 



FALL GERMANS 





Page 411 



MIDWINTERS 

The sweet music of Ray Anthony and his orchestra echoed throughout 
Woollen Gymnasium on February y at the German Ckib sponsored Mid- 
Winters dance. The Figure was unusually impressive because of the 
beautiful flowers adorning the girls and the white gloves worn by their 
escorts. 





Ray Anthony and his orchestra 

The concert held in Memorial Hall on Saturday afternoon was an out- 
standing success and the dance that night proved to be more than an ample 
conclusion to a successful week-end. 

"The man with a Horn" thrilled hundreds, and students were humming 
the strains of his "sweet" music in the weeks following when the Mid- 
Winters were only a pleasant memory. 




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One of the country's most talked-of young bandleaders, Ralph Flanagan, 
brought the year's social activities to a fitting climax when he furnished 
the tempo for the dancers at the German Club Finals. His own special 
style of smooth yet rhythmical dance music entranced the members and 
their dates. 

The week-end activities began with a formal dance Friday night in Wool- 
len Gymnasium, at which the formation of the German Club figure was 
an impressive ceremony. A concert was given on Saturday afternoon from 
four to six; and the climaxing dance that night, starting at nine and ending 
at midnight, was from first to last perfection. Moreover it put "the cap" 
on a year of activities which the German Club will long remember. 



SPRING 
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Page 413 



Pledge dances odorn the winter quarter agenda with their formal 
pledge figure. Here, the Chi Omegas present their 1951 pledge class to 
the campus. 



The Vets Club, now open to the entire student body through member- 
ship, attracts the portion of the students who cater to night clubbing. 




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Most every fraternity house turns into a dance porlor on week-ends. 
Pictured below is a portion of the festivities starting "the big week-end" 
at the Chi Phi House. 



Downstoirs Graham Memorial, besides housing a 
borber shop, student offices and a wood working 
shop, offers the convenient and informal Ren- 
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UNIVERSITY DANCE COMMITTEE 
FIRST ROW: Hilliard Stoton, Albert Blonkcnship, James Blount, Robert Dovis, Potrick Foiicloth, Marvin Ferrell • SECOND ROW: Ken Wallenborn, 
Harry Fremd, James Greene, Charles Haywood, Marvin Horton, Robert Kirby • THIRD ROW: Colvin Leonard, Jomes Mclntyre, Waller Perrow, Jock 
Portertield, Watson Pugh. 

University Dance Committee 



The University Dance Committee has as its foremost objectives the role 
of host at CaroUna dances and the task of maintaining order at social 
functions sponsored by campus organizations. This group of students, 
familiar in their formal dress with blue and white rosettes in their lapels, 
in their careful vigilance of campus dances are striving toward making 
Carolina dances the functions that both students and faculty desire. During 
the 1950-1951 season the Committee has effectively performed its duty. 
Headed this year by John Schofield, Chairman, the group has had a 
most successful year, both in helping to put on Carolina dances and guid- 
ing them toward perfection. 




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still as pretty as they were when I lived in the Tarheel Stat*; 
aore thdn sixty years ago; 

I an enclObing the photoyraphs of th^ winners, 
the queen is Miss Fischelis (No. 9260), on the back of whose 
picture I have written the nunber 1. 

I have put my initials on the back^ of the 
photographs of the fifteen 'runners-jp' - who are surely 
beautiful eno.ish to be called princesses at least. 

You are to be comended for subnitting more than 
one pose for each of the contestants. It is al.nost impossible 

to judije a person's appearance fairly froji only one, oarlicular- 
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B. "I think i hear the Indians" 

C. Same af the tellers 

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E. Prospective coed 



F. There I was at 30,000 feet . . . 

G. The land o' malt 

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A. "Here we sit all broken hearted . . ." 

B. Tickling Ivory's 

C. Ivory 

D. "And there I was at 30,000 feet . . " 

E. Euripedes? 

F. ". . . and then he said, 'Aohmgmphmphg!" 



G. Holding down the home front 
H. . . . five, six, seven— hmmm— 
I. "Now I lay me down to sleep . 
J. Just plain Bill 
K. "Lookie — I'm o bold!" 



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So there 1 woi at 30,000 feet . . . 


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Hope everything comes c 


Foreign diplomots, Russion hons and Roman fingers 


0. 


The tellers who turned ct 


Aw right so we ton out of cards . . . 


P. 


Teo time ond a holf. 



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A. "Aw, spheres!" 

B. "And there we were at 30,000 feet . . ." 

C. Home on the range 

D. "I wish it was Thursday 'cause that's when 
they put the water in the pool." 



E. Plums? Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? 

F. Where's the men's room?" 

G. "And there I was at sea level." 

H. U.N.C., where the elite meet to . . . 



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In Every City 
There's A Store 
That Stands Out 
As The Leader . 
In Durham 
It's Baldwin's 



TYLER'S ESSO 


SERVICENTER 


We<;t Franklin at Church 


Phone 822] 



UniVERSIH CLEflHERS 



SANITONE 



CLEANING — PRESSING 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C 
Post Office Corner Phone 4921 




Page 438 



For Quality, For Value, For Price 



1. 



arleys 

Mens Shop 



EST. 1938 



BOB VARLEY '37 





A^'X'S S/iouvrJ €linl 




^UJecofatiue ^Airt 




BRAMBLE FLURIST 


Phone 


F-5259 Numbers 4851 


R. L. Long, Owner 





THE 


ORANGE PRINTSHOP 


A Com 


plete Printing Service 


Phone 3781 


P. 0. Box 1249 


Chape 


Hill, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



UNIVERSITY m\\m\ 



"Kansas City Steaks" 



Page 439 



AGGIE 

FOR 


' s 


Sandwiches, Drinks, Seafoods, Steaks 



Good Luck Class of '51 

Ycu Will Always Be 
Welcome Back To Chapel Hill 

By 

JACK LIPMAN 

A Chopel Hillian Since 1924 



Foister's Camera StorE. Inc. 

Photographic Supplier for 

the Professional and Amateur 

Photographer 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 




> NOr D/STL 





IN CARRBORO IT'S 


J. B. 


GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY 


Lumber — 


- Sosh — Doors — Roofing — Plywood — Mouldings — Insulation 
Building Hardware 


Corrboro, N. C. 


VITA VAR PAINTS - HIGH GRADE MILL WORK 

Phone F-3911 


Graham, N. C. 


GOLDSTON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 

Phone 6-7101 



Page 'MO 



The Carolina Inn 



Hosts for the University 
on all occasions 



Opcniting J Dnuiig Room diui The Giroliiu Inn Qijiicru. 




T. W. Poe and Sons 

INCORPORATED 

tiieneral 
Contractors 



License No. 239 



Telephone N-9701 
Durham, N C. 



Cheer Leader! 



Cheer Leader i 

On campus or after the game Pepsi-Cola is the 
big big drink that gets plenty of action ... for 
taste, for quality, for size— it's Pepsi. 




Durhom Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co , Durhom, N. C. 



THE 


PINES 


STEAKS AND SEAFOOD 
AT THEIR BEST 



Compliments of 

ATLANTIC 
Marble & Tile Co., Inc 

OVER 40 YEARS IN MARBLE 
TILE AND TERRAZZO CONTRACTING 

225-227 S. Poplar St. 
Charlotte, N C. 



Wherever You Go 

Whatever You Do 

Good Books are as close as your 
Nearest Mailbox. 

THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 

205 E Franklin St. 



V ^ LADIES' OUTFITT 



OS/lLOrrL 



A Most Complete Selection of 

Party, Classroom, and Dote Dresses 




Page 442 




Serving the University Community 
Since 1899 



The BANK OF 
CHAPEL HILL 

— Member F. D. I. C. — 



Clyde Eubanks -— --- President 

Collier Cobb, Jr. ____ _ . Vice-President 

W. E. Thompson __ _, Executive Vice-President 
J. Temple Gobbel .-- Cashier 











^liinhina of 1/1 ou. 











Page 443 



Cliath 



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maKes goo 
ankets! 




X 




II/ITHAM 



Chatham Manufacturing Company, Elkin, North Corolino 



Page 444 




Poe-Mangum ^o Service 

DeSoto Plymouth 

Sales and Services 

also 
Pure Oil Products 



Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Phone 6581 



The Corner Hangout 




For Prescriptions 




For Fountain Service 




SLOAN DRUG 


CO. 


On The Corner Across from Theater 



L^onqf'afutatioiiJ . 



TO ANOTHER GRADUATING CLASS 



Carolina Barber Shop 

"Since 1903" 



Compliments of the 


E. A. BROWX 


Furniture and [lectrical Appliance 


< 0,>IPA>V 


Phone 7121 


106 W Rosemary St , Next to City Hall 




Ulmuersitij ^lonst 

Robbins Building 



Page 445 



L^omptiineiir.i ot 



FITCH LUMBER CO. 



Here's a Bird 

You'll Want to Know! 

or 



He's your personal guide 

to Colonial Stores 
And grand things inside. 

COLONIAL STORES 

INCORPORATED 




TWIN-VILLAGE 

Laundry and Cleaners 

Synthetic Dry Cleaners 

There Is A Difference 

CARRBORO, N. C. 
F-3541 F-3541 



i^onaratulations to tne L-taJJ of lyl)l 



FROM THE 



Burfjam jHorning 5|eralti 



AND 



THE DURHAM SUN 



Chapel Hill's FAVORITE Daily Newspapers 



Page 446 



WILLIAM C. OLSEN 

Consultins^ Ens^ineer 

RALEIGH, N. C 



DESIGNING AND SUPERVISING ENGINEER 

FOR 

UNIVERSITY POWER AND HEATING PLANT 
UNIVERSITY WATER PURIFICATION PLANT 







Compliments of 

RIGGSBEE-HINSON 

FURNITURE COMPANY 

Home of 

Beauty-Rest Mattresses 
Hotpoint Appliances 



Main St. 



Phone 5821 



Carrboro, N. C. 



.■iS«t,ii .'lem ■•■ :;^'. j7*b- 



CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 

Sales and Service 
DODGE — PLYMOUTH 

Dodge Trucks 

419 W Franklin St. Phone F-38« 



Page 447 




UGGINS 
ARDWARE 



Always First With All That's New 



MEN'S CLOTHING 

N. Columbia Street 




FOUULER'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 448 



liiflLLEii nno smiiH 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE YACKETY YACK 



12 EAST HARGETT STREET 



RALEIGH 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Page 449 



Dairy Products 

OF 

Superior Quality 

Visit our Dairy Bar for Delicious 

Sundaes, Milksiiakes, and other 

Dairy Products. 

LOnC mERDOUU 

FRRms. inc. 

Durham and Chapel Hill 



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KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 

KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



Page 450 













Durha 


CP 






m'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. 












Tlli: Kl^<; 4 OTTOX 




Greensboro's Finest Hotel 



HAYWOOD DUKE, Manager 



Page 451 




"OLD WORLD RESTAURANT" 



Compliments of 

DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 

Mill — Industrial and 

Contractors Supplies 

Plumbing — Heating 

Equipment 

Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount 
Goldsboro 



The 




Caro ina Thea 


tre 


APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE 


AND INVITES YOU 




TO VISIT OUR OTHER 




THEATRES THROUGHOUT 




THE STATE. 




^ 




IVorth Carolina Theatres, 


Inc. 




Page 452 








THE 


N. 


C. 


CAFETER A 




Where Old Friends 






Come and Eat 




The 


Home of Good Food 





tk-l^reuod 



CLEANERS 



Compliments of 

Hazzard Motor Company 

General Motors Dealer 

Sales and Service 

501 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Compliments 

J. A. JONES CONSTRUCTION CO. 

Chapel Hill, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. 

MR. W. H. McWHIRTER, Manager, Chapel Hill Office 



Page 453 




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LASSITER CORPORATION 

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 

<:—>chom 11^ I w i-Ladiot Li 




INDEX 



Administration 

Advertisement 

Air Force R. O. T. C 

Alplia Delta Pi 

Alplia Epsilon Delta 

Alplia Gamma Delta 
Alplia Kappa Psi , , 

Alpha Plii Omega 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Band 

Baptist Student Union 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Beauty Court 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Beta Theta Vi 

Cardbiiald 

Carolina Communications Club 

Carolina Forum 

Carolina Independent Coed Association 

Carolina Playmakers 

Carolina Political Union 

Carolina Quarterly 

Cheerleaders 

Chi Delta Phi 

Clii Omega 

Chi Phi 

Chi Psi 

Coed Senate 

Cross Country 

Daily Tar Heel 

Dance Committee 

Debate Council 

Dedication 

Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Delta Psi 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Theta Phi 

Dentistry, School of 

Dialectic Senate 



Football 

Freshman Class 
Freshman Sports 

German Club . . . 

Gimghoul 

Glee Clubs 

Golden Fleece . . . 

Golf 

Gorgon's Head 
Graduate School 



.214 
.302 

.272 
304 
284 
276 
314 



.393 
.246 



(Jrah; 



Me 



ial Student Ui 



el Ftmndation 



Inauguration 

Interfraternity Council 



Junior Class 

Kappa Alpha 
Kappa Epsilon 
Kappa P.'ii 
Kappa Sigma 

Lacrosse 

Lambda Chi Alphi 
Law. School of 



Medicine. Scliool of 

Men's Honor Council 

Men's Interdormitory Council 
Monogram Club 



415 
406 



294 

400. 401 
291 



Naval R. O. T. C 

Order of the Golden Bear 
Order of the Holy Grail 
Orfler of the Minataurs 
Order of the Old Well 
Order of the Sheiks 

Panhellenic Council . 

Pharmacy. School of . . 

Pharmacy Senate 

Phi Alpha Delta 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Chi 

Phi Delta Phi 

Plii Delta Theta 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Philanthropic Assembly 

Phi Mu Alpha 

Pi Beta Phi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Pi Lambda Phi 

Public Health. School of 

Publication Board 



200 
378 



Scabbard and Blade 219 

Seniors 96 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 344 

Sigma Alpha Iota 286 

Sigma Chi 348 

Sigma Nu 3S0 

. Sigma Phi Epsilon 346 

Soccer 250 

Social Work. School of 180 

Sophomore Cla.ss 48 

Stray Greeks 407 

Student Audit Board 376 

Student Council 366 

Student Government 862 

Student Legislature 364 

Swimminsr 254 



Tau Ep.silon Phi ,354 

Tennis ,260 

Theta Chi 352 

Thirteen Club . 296 

Town Girls Association 386 

Track 256 

Tumbling 252 

University Club 388 

University Party 390 

University Symphony Orchestra 399 

University Veteran's Association 391 

Valkyries 290 

Weightlifting 252 

Wesley Foundation . . 395 

Women's Honor Council 369 

Women's Interdormitory Council 371 

Women's Sports • 266 

Wrestling 253 



380 
396 
374 

356 
.358 



* 


V. M. C. A 


206 


V. W. C. A. 


368 




370 


Zeta Beta Tau 



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