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YAIVIACPAW 




Dick Wallace Editor 
Jack Puryear, Business Mgr. 



NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 



Yamacraw 



OWNED AND PUBLISHED BY 
THE STUDENT BODY OF 
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



In Appreciation 



For their freely given and long faithful service at Ogle- 
thorpe University — 



We Dedicate 



The 1937 Yamacraw to Dr. Herman J. Gaertner and 
Dr. George Frederick Nicolassen, the two oldest professors 
in the University. Much of the progress made by Oglethorpe 
has been accomplished through their efforts, and by this 
dedication we hope to express the sincerest appreciation for 
that period of their lives which they have given to us, the 
student body. 




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Dr. Herman J. Gaertner, assistant in the organization 
of Oglethorpe University in 1913. 

Dr. Gaertner is the oldest faculty member and Dean of 
the School of Education and is director of Graduate School 
and Extension Department. 



Dr. George Frederick Nicolassen, the next oldest pro- 
fessor on the campus. 

He was a faculty member during the first graduating 
class of Oglethorpe, and has seen the students graduating 
from the class of '13 up through the class of '37. Dr. Nic- 
oiassen is Dean of the School of Liberal Arts. 



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FN THE PREPARATION of an annual there is always 
involved a long process of careful and tiresome work, 
taking much time and requiring the best efforts of 
the staff. We hope that as you read the follow- 
ing pages and look at the pictures of friends 
and familiar campus s^fies you will recall 
many happy memories of your college years. 
If the fruits of our work give this result, 
we shall have the satisfaction of feeling 
that we have accomphshed our pur- 
pose. 

HE THEME OF our annual is 

college life and all that those 

four years mean. Those days 

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for worth while expansion of your character, and varied 
study courses that give real intellectual gain. All 
through the book are drawings which well depict our 
theme. As you turn the pages we hope that you 
will pause and consider the advancement that has 
been and is being made by higher educational 
institutions toward offering better courses 
and opening wider realms of knowledge. 

kUR ANNUAL IS divided into seven 
sections : Campus scenes, President's 
message. Dean's message. Adminis- 
tration, Classes, Activities, Greeks 
and Sports. We hope that each 
division of the book will be 
of particular interest to 
you as a record of your 
days in college. 

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In Memory of 



Dr. James F. Sellers 

Dean of the School of Science 
Dean of Oglethorpe University 



Dr. H. G. Shaw 

Dean of the School of Science 



President's Message 



N ONE OF his inimitable odes, Horace describes the Ship of State: 
"Threatened by new billows which would bear her seaward again, with 
broken mast and shattered oars, driven before a great storm, her sails 
torn and her gods forsaken. 'Though thou dost boast of thy stock and 
useless name', he writes, 'yet the tired sailor puts no faith in gaudy 
sterns. Beware lest thou become the sport of the gale.' " 



The world into which your Alma Mater has sent you is disturbed by 
conflicting currents and boisterous winds. A great storm is blowing. 
Not since the days of Napoleon has the earth known so much of sorrow, 
and crime, and bitter warfare of words and deeds. 

It is for such an hour that universities are built and their graduates 
sent forth. In an age which has largely forsaken the ancient verities, 
put your sword at the service of the good, the true and the beautiful. 
If, at times, it is difficult to distinguish them, remember: 

"A search is the thing he hath taught you. 
For height and for depth and for wideness." 

You will find no better motto by which to guide your destiny than 
that of your own institution: 

"Good minds, good morals and good manners." 

THORNWELL JACOBS. 




Dean^s Message 



¥ WOULD LIKE to bid farewell to the class of '37 with the words of 
Benjamin Disraeli: "To be conscious that you are ignorant is a great 
step to knowledge." Always keep Disraeli's words in mind throughout 
life: Your education will not cease here, it will continue to grow. Be 
ever mindful to direct it in the proper channels, channels that will be 
productive to you and society as well. In entering upon your journey 
through life be ever mindful of ideals that your Alma Mater has taught 
you: GOOD MINDS, GOOD MORALS, AND GOOD MANNERS. 

Select the type of work that you like best and put your best into your 
occupation. Thomas Jefferson once said, "that nothing is troublesome 
that we do willingly." 



I would that each of you be ever mindful of your determination to suc- 
ceed. I know that you will have many failures, heartaches, and regrets, 
but you must learn to profit by your mistakes. Build again and again 
upon each successive failure. Profit by the mistakes, not only of your- 
self, but by the mistakes of others that you may observe. Never give 
up: Couple your knowledge with a never-failing will and strong rugged 
determination. Have FAITH, FAITH, FAITH. 

With best wishes to all, 

JOHN W. PATRICK, 

Acting Dean 





JOHN A. ALDRICH 

A.B., Albion College; M.S., University of Mich- 
igan; Ph.D., University of Michigan; Member of 
Society of Sigma Xi, of American Astronomical 
Society, of American Association of University 
Professors; Fellow of American Association for 
the Advancement of Science; Professor of Phy- 
sics and Astronomy, Olivet College; Professor of 
Physics and Astronomy, Washburn College; Pro- 
fessor of Physics and Astronomy, Oglethorpe 
University ; Acting Dean of the School of Science 
at Oglethorpe University. 




GEORGE FREDERICK NICOLASSEN 

A.B., University of Virginia; A.M., University 
of Virginia ; Fellow in Greek, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, two years ; Assistant Instructor in Latin 
and Greek in Johns Hopkins University, one 
year; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; Profes- 
sor of Ancient Languages in Southwestern Pres- 
byterian University, Clarksville, Tenn., now 
Southwestern at Memphis; Vice-Chancellor of 
the Southwestern Presbyterian University ; Mem- 
ber Classical Association of the Middle West and 
South; Author of Notes on Latin and Greek; 
Greek Notes Revised, The Book of Revelation; 
Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Oglethorpe 
University. 














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MARK BURROWS 

B.S., Stanbury Normal School; A.B., State 
Teachers' College, Kirksville, Missouri; A.M., 
Oglethorpe University; Ped.D., Oglethorpe Uni- 
versity; Teacher and Superintendent in the Pub- 
lic High Schools of Missouri ; Director Depart- 
ment of Commerce, State Teachers' College, at 
Kirksville, Mo.; Professor of Rural Education in 
University of Wyoming and in State Teachers' 
College at Kirksville and Greely, Colorado; Edi- 
tor, Rural School Messenger and The School and 
The Community, and Author of tractates on Edu- 
cation; Member of National Educational Associa- 
tion and of National Geographic Society and Na- 
tional Academy of Visual Education ; Dean of the 
School of Commerce, and Secretarial Preparation 
at Oglethorpe University. 






HERMAN JULIUS GAERTNER 

A.B., Indiana University; A.M., Ohio Wes- 
leyan University; Ped.D., Ohio Northern Univei-- 
sity ; Teacher and Superintendent in the common 
schools and high schools of Ohio and Georgia ; 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Wil- 
mington College, Ohio ; Professor of History, 
Georgia Normal and Industrial College, Mil- 
ledgeville, Ga. ; Member of the University Sum- 
mer School Faculty, University of Georgia, six 
summers ; Pi Gamma Mu ; Assistant in the organ- 
ization of Oglethorpe University ; Dean of the 
School of Education and Director Graduate 
School and Extension Department, Oglethorpe 
University. 




PIERRE S. POROHOVSHIKOV 

Former Procureur Imperial in Orel and Kar- 
kow and Judge at the High Court of Justice in 
St. Petersburg, Russia; A.B. and Golden Medal 
at the Classic College of Alexander I in St. Pe- 
tersburg; First Rank Utriusque Juris of the Im- 
perial University of Moscow, Russia; Author of 
"Eloquence at Law," "Advocacy in Criminal 
Law," etc. ; Assistant Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages, University of Georgia; Professor of His- 
tory and of Modern Languages, Oglethorpe Uni- 
versity. 




WILLIAM OLIVER STEVENS 

A.B., Colby; Litt.D., Colby; Ph.D., Yale. Pro- 
fessor of English, U. S. Naval Academy; Head- 
master Roger Ascham School; Headmaster 
Cranbrook School; Author of The Story of our 
Navy, A History of Sea Power, The Correct 
Thing; Acting Dean of the School of Literature 
and Journalism, Oglethorpe University. 




MORRIS J. HARDWICK 

A.B., Western Kentucky State Teachers' Col- 
lege; A.M., George Peabody College for Teach- 
ers ; Teacher in Bowling Green Business Univer- 
sity, Western Teachers' College, Bryson College, 
Tenn. ; Mixon Commercial College, Ga. ; Superin- 
tendent of Schools, Butts Co., Ga. ; Professor of 
Economics, Oglethorpe University. 






B. E. ALWARD 

A.B., Cumberland University; A.M., Ogle- 
thorpe University ; graduate Indiana Central 
Business College, Indianapolis; student for Doc- 
tor's degree, Peabody College, University of 
Washington, University of Ohio; Head of Com- 
merce Department and Principal of Mountain 
Home High School 1913-18; Head of Commerce 
Department Rigby High School ; Head of Com- 
merce Department Montesano High School ; Pro- 
fessor of Accounting, Banking, Labor Problems, 
Cumberland University ; Assistant Professor 
Lowry School of Banking and Commerce, Ogle- 
thorpe University. 




DAVID W. DAVIS 

B.A., State Teachers College, Nebraska; M.A., 
Central University; Supervisor in the Phillipine 
Islands, and in Porto Rico ; Superintendent of 
Schools for Whites in Alaska, and of High 
Schools in the States ; Assistant Professor of Bi- 
ology, Oglethorpe University. 




PAUL HERING 

A.B., Columbia University; M.S., and Ph.D., 
Cornell University; Fellow American Association 
for the Advancement of Science ; Professor of 
Biology, Oglethorpe University. 




FRANCISCO PEREZ 

A.B., Havana University; A.M., Havana Uni- 
versity ; attended Medical School, Havana Uni- 
versity; Diploma in Bookkeeping, Petman Metro- 
politan School, London, England ; Professor of 
Romance Languages, Oglethorpe University. 






L. F. HERRING 

B.S., Mercer University; A.M., University of 
Georgia; Dean Georgia Southwestern College, 
Americus, Ga. ; Instructor in the Division of Gen- 
eral Extension, University of Georgia ; President 
of the Deans of the Junior College Association; 
Assistant Professor in the School of Education. 
Oglethorpe University. 



JAMES M. SPRINGER 

University of Tennessee; Art Institute of 
Pittsburgh; President of Artist Guild of Atlan- 
ta; Professor of Fine and Applied Arts, Ogle- 
thorpe University ; Acting Dean of the School of 
Fine Arts, Oglethorpe University. 






HUGO OSTERHAUS STEVENS 

Graduate of the Pratt School of Fine Arts 
(New York), 1927; studied abroad; also Art 
League N.Y.C. ; Grand Central Art School, 
Boothby Summer School of Art; Exhibited 
Grand Central Galleries N.Y. 1933. Artist with 
Campbell Ewald Advertising Co. of Detroit; Di- 
rector of Pontiac (Michigan) Sketch Club (Eve- 
ning Classes), 4 years; Professional Portrait 
Painter since 1931; Professor of Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts, Oglethorpe University. 




JOHN W. PATRICK 

A.B. and M.A., Oglethorpe University; Acting 
Dean of Oglethorpe University ; Head football 
coach ; Dean of School of Physical Education, and 
intramural athletic director of Oglethorpe. 




FRANK B. ANDERSON 

A.B., University of Georgia; Assistant Profes- 
sor of Mathematics and Athletic Director, Uni- 
versity School for Boys; Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics and Athletic Director, R. E. Lee 
Institute; Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
and Athletic Director Gordon Institute; Coach, 
and Athletic Director, Riverside Military Acad- 
emy; Dean of Men and Athletic Director, Ogle- 
thorpe University. 




NOEL MARSHALL CAWTHON 

B.S., Georgia School of Technology and Uni- 
versity of Georgia; Graduate Crichton's Busi- 
ness College; Principal Rutledge High School; 
Listructor in Chemistry, Oglethorpe University. 




MRS. MYRTA THOMAS CARPER 

Graduate Carnegie Library School, Atlanta, 
Ga. ; Librarian, Mitchell College, Statesville, 
N.C. ; Librarian, Oglethorpe University. 



MISS MARY P^EEBECK, R. N. 

Dean of Women, Supervisor of Oglethorpe 
University Infirmary. 






MISS BILLIE HAPPOLDT 

A.B., Oglethorpe University; Director of Girls 
Intramural Athletics, Oglethorpe University. 



ASSISTANTS 

THOMAS EWING, Assistant in Chemistry. 

WYATT BENTON, Assistant in Chemistry. 

HEYL TEBO, Assistant in Biology Laboratory. 

HENRY HORTON, Assistant in Mathematics. 

JAMES BROCK, Assistant in Mathematics. 

J. M. COMER, Assistant in Radio Theory. 

MACK RICKARD, Assistant in Biology Labora- 
tory. 

JAMES BRANYAN, Assistant in English. 

WILLIAM WOODWARD, Assistant in English 
and Commerce. 

W. N. EASON, Assistant in Accounting. 

FUESSEL CHISHOLM, Assistant in Physics. 

ELEANOR DINWOODIE, Secretary to the 
Committee on Examinations. 

MARGARET BIBLE, Secretary in Office of 
Registrar. 

GLADYS LINDSEY, Secretary in Office of 
Cashier. 

MARION OLIVER, Stenographer in Office of 
Student Secretary. 

MARY LATTA, Stenographer in Office of Stu- 
dent Secretary. 



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Richard K. Wallace 

ALT 

Kingstree, S. C. 

A.B. in Banking and Commerce 

President of Senior Class; Lord's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Lambda Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Pres- 
ident 4; President of Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; President of Zeta Upsilon 2, 3, 4; 
Scorpion Club 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Blue Key 
2, 8, 4; Corresponding Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; 
"0" Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Chairman Student 
Faculty Council 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4; 
President 4 ; Freshman Football ; Assistant Foot- 
ball Manager 2; Varsity Manager 3, 4; Sports 
Editor Yamacraw 3 ; Editor 4 ; Intramural Ath- 
letics 1,2,3; Assistant in Psychology of Athlet- 
ics 4; Proctor Lowry Hall 3. 



Bill Reynolds 

II K* 

Gibbstown, N. J. 

A.B. in Science 

Transfer from Univ. of South Carolina; Varsity 
Football 2, 3, 4; President Student Body 4; Pi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Zeta Upsilon 3, 4; 
"0" Club 2, 3, 4 ; Vice-President 4 ; LeConte Club 
4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 




Dorothy Austin 

KA 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. in Science 

Vice-President K. D. 4 ; Treasurer 2, 3 ; Pan Hel- 
lenic Representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Ath- 
letics 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; All Star 
Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Winner Basketball 
Throw 2, 3; Winner of Baseball Throw 3, 4; 
Swimming Team 4. 



Sue Bailey 

BIIA 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. m Education 

Duchess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Duch- 
ess Club 3 ; Vice-President Student Body 4 ; Vice- 
President Junior Class 3; Beta Phi Alpha 1, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 4; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3,4. 






Margaret Bible 

Atlanta, Ga. 
A.B. ill Fine Arts 
Secretary to Registrar 2, 3 ; Duchess 3. 



Martha Carmichael 

xn 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. in Education 

Chi Omega Fraternity 1, 2, 8, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Players Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Duchess 
Club 2, 3, 4 ; President 4 ; Intramural Athletics 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




William Paul Carpenter 

Atlanta, Ga. 

M.A. in Education 

Players Club 2, 3, 4 ; Director 3, 4 ; Assistant 
Dean of English Department 3 ; Instructor in 
Class of Play Production 3 ; Blue Key 3, 4 ; Pres- 
ident of Players Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Players Club Advisor 4. 



Homer S. Carson 



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Dalton, Ga. 

A.B. in Banking and Commerce 

President of Junior Class ; Blue Key 3, 4 ; Cor- 
responding Secretary 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Business Administra- 
tion Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Delta Sigma Phi 4; "0" Club 2, 3, 4; 
President 4. 





Frederic Fuessel Chisholm 

KA 

Garnett, S. C. 

A.B. in Science 

Players Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lord's Club 3, 4 ; Blue Key 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa Delta 
3, 4; LeConte Honorary Scientific Society 2, 3, 
4; President 4; Scorpion Club 3, 4; Coat-of- 
Arms ; Intramural Letter 1 ; Champion in weight 
division in Boxing 1 ; Examination Committee 
Chairman 4; Physics Laboratory Assistant 2, 3, 
4. 



Ernest P. Clyburn 
ALT 

Kershaw, S. C. 

A.B. in Physical Education 

Alpha Lambda Tau 2, 3, 4; Scribe 4; Football 
Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Stewart D. Clyburn 

ALT 

Kershaw, S. C. 

A.B. in Physical Education 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Alternate Cap't., 4; "0" 
Club 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Tau 2, 3, 4; Sargent- 
at-Arms 4; Ugly Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
Zeta Upsilon 4; Middle Weight Champion 1; 
Holder of Mile Record in Track Meet 2. 



Troy Drew 
ALT 

Midville, Ga. 

A.B. in Banking and Commerce 

Transfer from Georgia State Teachers College 
1934 ; Football 1 ; Assistant Varsity Manager 2, 
3; Litramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and 
Treasurer of Ugly Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda 
Tau 2, 3, 4 ; Treasurer 4 ; Business Administra- 
tion Club 3, 4; Lord's Club 4; Blue Key 4; Zeta 
Upsilon 3, 4. 



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Thomas E. Ewing 

IIK* 

Beaumont, Texas 

A.B. in Science 

Member Players Club 1933-34; Business Mana- 
ger "Stormy Petrel" 1934-35; Pi Kappa Phi; 
President 1935-37 ; Blue Key Secretary-Treas- 
urer 1935-36 ; President 1936-37 ; Le Conte Pres- 
ident 1935-36; Secretary-Treasurer 1936-87; 
Lord's Club ; Zeta Upsilon ; Scorpion Club ; Ed- 
itor-in-Chief of "Yamacraw" 1935-36; Laborato- 
ry Assistant Chemistry 1934-36; Assistant Prof. 
Chemistry 1936-37; "Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 1937" ; Phi Kappa Del- 
ta V. Regent 1936-1937. 



John Hoyt Farmer 

ALT 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

A.B. in Physical Education and 

A.M. in Education 

Alpha Lambda Tau 4; Blue Key 4; "0" Club 2, 
3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Assistant 1. 2, 3, 4; As- 
sistant Football Coach 4; Freshman Football 
Coach 4; Freshman Baseball Coach 4. 




Charles Henry Fisher 

Cross City, Fla. 

A.B. in Physical Education 

Freshman Baseball and Football Coach 4 ; Kappa 
Alpha 3, 4; Blue Key 4; Lord's Club 3, 4; "0" 
Club 2, 3, 4; Scorpion Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



PiNKEY Jewel Gates 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. in Fine Arts 

Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Class 1 ; 
Vice-President of Beta Phi Alpha 3, 4 ; Member 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Secretary and Treasurer of Senior 
Class 4 ; Member Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4 ; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Duchess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Players Club 1, 2, 3; 
Vice-President Sophomore Class 2. 




Edwin Cherry Hester 

AS* 

Climax, Ga. 

A.B. in Banking and Commerce; A.M. Education 

First Assistant Librarian 1, 2, 3 ; Delta Sigma 
Phi 4; Secretary Business Administration Club 
3, 4 ; Blue Key 3, 4 ; Corresponding Secretary 4 ; 
Editor "Stormy Petrel" 4 ; Winner of American 
Bankers Scholarship 3. 



Henry Thomas Horton 
ALT 

Kershaw, S. C. 

A.B. in Science 

Member of Alpha Lambda Tau ; Chaplin 4; Ugly 
Club 3, 4; "0" Club 3, 4; Intramural Athletics 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 




DUANE KUNDE 

ALT 

Greenville, Fla. 

A.B. in Science 

Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 1; Football; "0" Club 
3, 4 ; Alpha Lambda Tau 4 ; Warden 4 ; Freshman 
Football Manager 2, 8, 4 ; Litramural Manager 
2, 3. 



Gladys Pauline Lindsey 

Brookhaven, Ga. 

A.B. in Literature and Journalism 

Secretary to Cashier 2, 3. 4 ; Student Secretary 
2, 3, 4 ; Associate Editor of Petrel 2, 3 ; Vice- 
President of International Relations Club 2. 





Paul H. Neal 

ALT 

Kershaw, S. C. 

A.B. in Physical Education 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; "0" Club 3, 4; A L T 4, 
Blue Key 4; Ugly Club 4. 



Creighton Irving Perry 

KA 

Buford, Ga. 

A.B. in Literature and Journalism. 

Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Senior 
Member Interf raternity Council 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa 
Delta; Coat-of-Arms ; Blue Key 2, 3, 4; Players 
Club 2 ; Vice-President Blue Key 4 ; Debate Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3; Stormy Petrel 1, 2, 3; Editor-in-Chief 
3 ; Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class ; Winner 
cf French Medal 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; President 
4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Jack S. Puryear 

A2* 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A.B. in Education 

President Freshman Class; President Delta Sig- 
ma Phi 4; Lord's Club 2, 3, 4; Blue Key 2, 3, 4; 
Business Manager Yamacraw 4 ; Captain Fresh- 
man Football Team 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; 
Captain 4 ; Cross Country Champion 1, 2 ; High 
point man in Intramural Athletics 1, 2; Inter- 
Fraternity Council 3, 4; Boxing Champion 145 
lbs. 1, 2; "0" Club 2, 3, 4; Boxing Instructor 2; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 1937. 



Mack Rickard 

KA 

A.B. in Science 

Member K A Fraternity 4; Lord's Club 4; Le 
Conte Club 3, 4; Blue Key 4; Debate Council 3; 
Football 4; Biology Laboratory Assistant 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



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Mary Adamson Roberts 

KA 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. in Literature and Journalism 

Editor K D 2; Vice-President K D 3; Duchess 
Club 3, 4; Players Club 1, 2; International Rela- 
tions Club 2; Society Editor Petrel 3; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council Secretary and Treasurer 3. 




Virginia Sauls 
xn 

Savannah, Ga. 

A.B. in Education 

Chi Omega 3, 4; Secretary 4; President Pledge 
Club 3; Duchess Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Ath- 
letics 3, 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4 ; Glee Club 
3, 4; Players Club 2, 3. 




Heyl Gremmer Tebo 
UK* 

A.B. in Science 

Transfer from Emory University 3; Biology and 
Anatomy Instructor 3, 4; Secretary Pi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; Fencing Coach 4. 



Ralph William Thacker 

KA 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. in Literature and Journalism 
Freshman Players Club 1; Freshman Debate 
Team 1; Mixed Doubles Tennis Champion 1; 
Champion in Weight Division in Boxing 1; Re- 
cipient of Intramural Letter and Sweater 1; 
Lord's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel 1, 2; Asso- 
ciate Editor and Columnist 3; Varsity Debate 
Team 2, 3 ; Varsity Players Club 2, 3 ; Blue Key 
2, 3, 4 ; Phi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4 ; K A Fraternity 
1; Secretary 2; Vice-President 3; President 4; 
President Sophomore Class 2; Inter-Fraternity 
Council 2 ; Doubles Tennis Champion 2 ; Scorpion 
Club Treasurer 2 ; Vice-President 3, 4 ; Recipient 
of Coat-of-Arms 3; "Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges" 4. 





Herbert Atkins 

Monterey, Ala. 

ALT 



Clyde Bays 

Guoge, Ky. 

KA 



Lonnie Bennett 
Wauehula, Fla. 



Darden Archer 

Conyers, Ga. 

ALT 



John Brock 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Jeanette Bentley 

Atlanta, Ga. 

BPA 



Wyatt Benton 

Timmonsville, S. C. 

ALT 




Hugh Clement 




Greensboro, N. C. 




AS* 






Edwin Clement 




Greensboro, N. C. 




ALT 


Sam Clinkscales 




Blakely, Ga. 




KA 






J. M. Comer 




Decatur, Ga. 




ALT 


Ester Crosby 




Atlanta, Ga. 




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Willis Denny 




Wrens, Ga. 




ALT 



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William Doyle 

Osteen, Fla. 

KA 





William Eason 
Lyner, N. C. 



Tom Fallow 
Norcross, Ga. 



Ben Forkner 

Avondale Estates, Ga. 

KA 



Hubert Elliott 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

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Sam Finklea 

Hyman, S. C. 

ALT 



Francis Scott Key 
Garfield, Ga. 



Lamar McCollough 

Stockbi-idge, Ga. 

ALT 




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Glenn Owens 

Newnan, Ga. 

ALT 



Earnest Stephenson 
East Point, Ga. 



Loren Thomas 

Valdosta, Ga. 

UK* 



Edward Weems 

Town Creek, Ala. 

ALT 



Chris Pigago 

E. Chicago, Ind. 

Ai:* 



Kinisey Stewart 

Ashburn, Ga. 

KA 



Elmer Walters 

Eastanollee, Ga. 

AS* 



Ashley Wooten 

Atlanta, Ga. 

ALT 




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Clare Aldrich 
Oglethorpe University, Ga. 



Frank Cauthen 
McBee, S. C. 



Jane Clippinger 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Wilson Franklin 
Duluth, Ga. 



Catherine Goodwyn 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Elmer Harris 
Vero Beach, Fla. 



Herman Campbell 
Lavonia, Ga. 



John Chesney 
E. Chicago, Ind. 



Eleanor Dinwoodie 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Elmer George 
Lithonia, Ga. 



Odette Gutherie 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Jimmie Taylor 
Duluth, Ga. 



Evangeline Harwell 
Atlanta, Ga. 


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George Hodges 
Ashville, Ala. 


Eleanor Ivey 
Atlanta, Ga. 




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Alva Joiner 
Albany, Ga. 


Morris Jones 
Kershaw, S. C. 






Mary Josey 
Atlanta, Ga. 


Charles King 
Covington, Ga. 


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Ralph King 
Covington, Ga. 


Mary Latta 
Atlanta, Ga. 


Van Lingle 
Kershaw, S. C. 


Maurese Martin 
Atlanta, Ga. 






Geraldine Wisenbaker 
Lake Park, Ga. 




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Carolyn Matthews 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Robert Mooney 
Griffin. Ga. 



Bob Murphy 
Fort Pierce, Fla. 



Jack Perry 
Live Oak, Fla. 



Louis Piazza 
New York, N. Y. 



James Lanier 
Augusta, Ga. 



William Meredith 
Avon Park, Fla. 



Pete Morris 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Ansel Paulk 
Nashville, Ga. 



John Petosis 
Albany, Ga. 



Amaryllis Pickett 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Paul Rainwater 
Dallas, Texas 




Grace Rushin 




Atlanta, Ga. 






Edward Schwabe 




Cordele, Ga. 


Lawrence Slay 




Fort Pierce, Fla. 






Jack Smith 


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Dock City, Fla. 


Maclay Salfisberg 




South Orange, N. J. 






Adolph Spear 


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Apalachicola, Fla. 


Margaret Thompson 




Clearwater, Fla. 






Frederick Thranhardt 




Daytona Beach, Fla. 


Paul Vaughan 




Williamson, Ga. 






Maynard Wertz 




Lake Worth, Fla. 


William Woodward 




Blackstock. S. C. 






Frank Zelencik 




E. Chicago, Ind. 





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Margaret Adkins 

Howard Axelberg 

Bill Baily 



John Barnett 

Margaret Baxter 

William Beacham 

Barbara Beam 

John Besozzi 

Glynn Bird 

Jean Blakelock 

Lillian Broward 

Marvin Chesser 

Janet B. Clark 

Lida Clark 

Curtis Combs 

Jouett Davenport, Jr. 

Vincent Ellis 

Harold Powers 



A. H. Evans 

Medora Fitten 

Jane Franklin 

Charlotte Galbraith 

Milton George 

Betty Gregory 

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Fletcher Haffield 

Jack Hardison 

Olin Howard 

Phil Hubbert 

Margaret House 

Anne Irby 

Jesse Johnson 

Hal Jones 

Fred Kelley 

Martin Kelly 

Lorine Kirkman 

Edgar Pinson, (Soph.) 




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Lillian Klein 

Louis Leskosky 

Hugh Lloyd 

Athalia Love 

Louise Lovelace 

Johnny Malpass 

Aubrey Malphurs 

Charles Martin 

Margaret Miller 

Bobby Mills 

Janie Mae Millwood 

Nancy Mobley 

Margery Moore 

Emmel Mundy 

Hazel Oates 

Donald O'Brien 

Marion Oliver 

J. 0. Partain 





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Alan 


Peterson 

Laura Pierce 


James 


Pressley 






Taine 


Saunders 

Stephen Schmidt 


Henry 


Scudder 






Lucy 


Seigler 

James Shortell 


Merck 


Smith 






Wynell Smith 






Allen Vassey 


Walter 


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Alma 


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Alice Polak 


Phyllis 


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Andrew Yokovich 






Betty Benefield 



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The Yamacraw Staff 

Dick Wallace -------- Editor 

Jack Puryear ------ Business Mgr. 

John Brock -------- Art 

Johnny Malpass - - - - Technical Advisor 

Herman Campbell - - - - Advertising 

Jane Clippinger ------ Art 

Jouett Davenport - - - Associate Ed. 

Mary Josey . - - - Society Ed. 

John Chesney . - - - - Art 

Jack Perry ----- Art 

Chris Pigago - - - Sports Ed. 




Petrel Staff 



Edwin Hester 
Chris Pigago 
Herman Campbell 
JouETT Davenport 
Louis Leskosky 
Leon Finklea 
Ted Wee MS 
Edgar Pinson 
Lonnie Bennett 
Fred Thranhardt 
Johnny Malpass 
Nancy Mobly 
Darden Archer 
Phyllis Roberts 
Paul Rainwater 
Allan Peterson 



Editor 
Editor-Elect 
Business Mgr. 

AssT. Editor 
Make-up Editor 
Sports Editor 
Staff Typist 
Advertising Mgr. 
CiR. Mgr. 
CiR. Mgr. 
Technical Advisor 

Buck Thomas 
Hugh Lloyd 
J. 0. Partain, Jr. 
Elmer George 
Louis Piazza 
Louise Lovelace 






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Ewing Wallace Perry Puryear Hester 

Thacker Carson Chisholm Bennett Benton 

Pigago Drew Elliott Rickard 

Blue Key 

President ---._... tom Ewing 

Vice-president - - . . . Creighton Perry 

Secretary and Treasurer - - Dick Wallace 

CoRR. Sec. - - - Carson and Hester 

Tom Ewing ---... Ralph Thacker 

Dick Wallace . - - . . Homer Carson 

Creighton Perry - - - Lonnie Bennett 

Jack Puryear . . . . Wyatt Benton 

Edwin Hester - - - Chris Pigago 

Troy Drew 

Thornwell Jacobs .... Noel Cawthon 

John Patrick ..... jqhn A. Aldrich 

James Springer 




Ewing 
Joiner 



Chisholm 
Benton 



Piazza 
Aldrich 



Finklea 
Rickard 



LeConte 



President 
Vice-President 
Tom Ewing 
Fue Chisholm 
Louis Piaiza 
Leon Finklea 
Maynard Wertz 



Fue Chisholm 
Mack Rickard 
Alva Joiner 
Wyatt Benton 
Clair Aldrich 
Mack Rickard 
Bill Reynolds 



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Wallace Ewing Puryear Chisholm Clement 

Drew Clement Salfisberg Bennett Piazza 

Bays Thacker Stewart Reynolds Paulk 

Lords Cluh 

President _..--- Fue Chisholm 

Vice-President . - . . - Ansel Paulk 

Secretary and Treasurer - Maclay Salfisberg 

Dick Wallace . . . . Maclay Salfisberg 

Tom Ewing . . . . - Lonnie Benett 

Jack Puryear . . - . Louis Piaza 

Fue Chisholm . - . - Clyde Bays 

Edwin Clement - - Ralph Thacker 

Troy Drew - - Kimsey Stewart 

Hugh Clement - Bill Reynolds 

Maynard Wertz - Ansel Paulk 




Love Pickett Moore 

Wisenbaker Fitten Klein 

Mobley Carmichael Irby 



Bentley Goodwyn 

Harwell Thompson 

Taylor Bible Bailey 



Duchess Cluh 



President - - - . 

Vice-President 
Athalia Love - _ . - 
Amaryllis Pickett 
Margery Moore 
Jeanette Bentley 
Catherine Goodwyn 
Geraldine Wisenbaker 
Medora Fitten 



Martha Carmichael 

Sue Bailey 
Evangeline Harwell 
Margaret Thompson 
Nancy Mobley 
Anne Irby 
JiMMiE Taylor 
Margaret Bible 
Sue Bailey 



Lillian Klein 



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Professor D. W. Davis 
Creighton Perry 
Jack Smith 



Margaret Adkins 
Jean Blakelock 
Barbara Beam 
Lida Clark 
Janet Clark 
Jane Clippenger 
Sara Cheves 
Paul Carpenter 
Martha Carmichael 
Tom Fallow 
Medora Fitten 
Jane Franklin 
Charlotte Galbraith 
Betty Gregory 
Pinky Gates 
Catherine Goodwvn 
Fletcher Haffield 
Olin Howard 
Eleanor Ivey 
Jesse Johnson 
Maurese Martin 
Nancy ^obley 
Robert Mooney 



Qlee Cluh 



Director 
President 
Manager 



Jerome Oxman 

Alice Polak 

J. 0. Partain, Jr. 

LaVerne Partain 

Creighton Perry 

Amaryliss Pickett 

Grace Rushin 

Paul Rainwater 

Virginia Sauls 

Henry Scudder 

Alma Shaw 

Lucy Siegler 

Margaret Thompson 

Sue Bailey 

Dorothy Austin 

Fuessel Chisholm 

Jack Smith 

Margaret House 

Ann Irby 

Hal Jones 

Margaret Miller 

Margery ]Moore 

Hazel Gates 



Business Administration Cluh 

(Established Feb. 27, 1936) 
Affiliated with the National Federation of Commerce Guilds 



President - - - - 

Vice President 
Secretary and Treasurer 
Herbert Atkins 
Homer Carson 
Troy Drew 
Wilson Franklin 
Francis Scott Key 
Dick Wallace 
Elmer Walters 



Dick Wallace 
Homer Carson 
Edwin Hester 
Lonnie Benett 
William Eason 
Edwin Hester 
Maclay Salfisberg 
William Woodward 

Edward Weems 
Bill Ferguson 



DR. burrows --------- Prof Alward 

Prof. Hardwick --------- Dr. Jacobs 




Zeta Upsilon 

Founded at the University of Alabama and Ogletliorpe University 1930. 

Revised 1935 

Flower Red Carnation 

Color Red and Black 

President --.-.... dick Wallace 

Vice President - . . . . . tom Ewing 

Secretary and Treasurer - - - Troy Brevi^ 

Faculty Advisor . . . . jqhn Patrick 

Troy Drew - "Shorty" Clyburn 

Billy Doyle ---... Ernest Clyburn 

Bill Reynolds - . . . . Wyatt Benton 

Tom Ew^ing - - - . . Hubert Elliot 

Maclay Salfisberg - - - Jack Puryear 

Lonnie Bennett - - - Fue Chisholm 

Ansel Paulk - Maynard Wertz 

Ben Forkner Fred Thranhardt 

Johnny Malpass 



Yankee Cluh 



Founded at Oglethorpe Universily February 1937. 



Maclay Salfisberg 
Frank Zelencik 
Bill Gilbert 
Maclay Salfisberg 
Frank Zelencik 
Bill Gilbert 
Andy Yokovich 
Louis Leskosky 
Henry Scudder 
Vincent Ellis 
John Nedza 
Louis Piazza 
John Besozzi 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary and Treasurer 

H. Axelberg 
0. Axelberg 
Harold Powers 
Stephen Schmidt 
Chris Pigago 
William Kavanaugh 
Jerry Tillery 
Margery Moore 
Eleanor Dinwoodie 
Jean Blakelock 
Alan Peterson 




Scorpion Cluh 



Founded at Oglethorpe University, 19.34 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Dick Wallace 
Ansel Paulk 
Lawrence Slay 
Hubert Elliott 



Dick Wallace 
Ralph Thacker 
Ansel Paulk 
Ralph Thacker 
Billy Doyle 
Maclay Salfisberg 
Tom Ewing 



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Puryear 
Wooten Bennett 



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Bays 



Inter-Fraternity Council 

Shortly after the opening of the new school year 1935 the active 
members of the four fraternities on the campus — those interested in 
the development of close relationship — gathered and formulated plans for 
Oglethorpe's revised inter-fraternity council. 

The purpose of the council, as stated in the constitution, leads to 
the creation of harmony and co-opei'ation among the fraternities on the 
University's campus, and to regulate rushing on the campus. 



Dick Wallace 
Tom Ewing 
Jack Puryear 
Creighton Perry 
President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



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Ashley Wooten 

Bill Reynolds 
Lonnie Bennett 

KA - Clyde Bays 

Dick Wallace 

Tom Ewing 

Jack Puryear 

Creighton Perry 



Alpha Lambda Tau 



COLOR 
OLD GOLD & BLACK 




FLOWER 
AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE 



Founded at Oglethorpe University, 1921, Alpha Chapter established 1921 



Dick Wallace 
Ashley Wooten 
Troy Drew 
Earnest Clyburn 



Dick Wallace 
Ashley Wooten 
Troy Drew 
Buck Kunde 
Edwin Clement 
Henry Horton 
Earnest Clyburn 
Ralph King 
Darden Archer 
Sam Worthington 
Leon Finklea 
Hoyt Farmer 



Wilson Franklin 
Bobby Mills 
Curtis Combs 
Jack Harbison 



MEMBERS 



Jim Comer 
PLEDGES 



President 
Vice-President 

Treasurer 
Secretary 



Phil McCollough 

- Willis Denny 

Herbert Atkins 

Bart Owens 

John Chesney 

Stewart Clyburn 

Paul Neal 

Charles King 

Wyatt Benton 

Van Lingle 

Louis Piaza 

Morris Jones 



Bill Woodward 

Terry Beacham 

Hugh Lloyd 

Edward Weems 




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Horton Clyburn Clyburn Neal Archer 

Benton Lingle Finklea Zelencik Farmer 

Jones Comer McCollough Denny Atkins Owens 
Chesney Franklin Mills King King Worthington 
Combs Piazza Hardison Woodward Beacham Llovd 



Delta Sigma Phi 




COLOR 
NILE GREEN AND WHITE 



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FLOWER 
WHITE CARNATION 




Founded at the college of the City of New York. Alpha Nu Chapter 

established in 1922. 

OFFICERS 

Jack Puryear --.----.-.. President 

Maclay Salfisberg -------- Vice-President 

LoNNiE Bennett -------- Secretary 

Elmer Harris -------- Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

George Hodges ---------- Latham Denning 

Hugh Clement --------- Freddie Thranhardt 

■: PLEDGES 

Adolph Spear --------.. Lawrence Slay 

Ernest Stephenson --------- Elmer Walters 

Johnnie Bessozi ------ Emmel Mundy 

Fletcher Haffield --------- Charles Martin 

Phil Hubbert ------.-.. Paul Vaughn 

Jessie Johnson - . - - . Andy Yokovich 

Chris Pigago -------.. Herman Campbell 

Homer Carson ----------- Ed Hester 

Louis Leskosky ---.-. fred Barnes 




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Puryear Bennett Salfisberg Clement 

Hodges Harris Thranhardt Pigago 

Hester Hubbert Stephenson Martin 

Walters Spear Campbell Hatfield Bessozzi 

Johnson Mundy Slay Leskosky Yokovich 



Pi Kappa Phi 



COLORS 
GOLD AND WHITE 




FLOWER 
RED ROSE 



Founded at the college at Charleston in 1904. Pi chapter established 1918. 



Tom Ewing 
Bill Reynolds 
Heyl Tebo 



OFFICERS 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Tom Ewing 
Heyl Tebo 
Hal Jones 



MEMBERS 



Bill Reynolds 

Johnny Malpass 

Tom Fallow 



PLEDGES 



Arvil Axelberg 
Harold Powers 
Hugo Stevens 
Buck Thomas 
Fred Kelley 
Maynard Wertz 
Olin Howard 
John Barnett 



Howard Axelberg 

W. L. Parker 

Stephen Schmidt 

Arthur Thomason 

Bob Murphy 

Vincent Ellis 

Marvin Chesser 

Henry Scudder 




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Elliott 


Ewing 


Reynolds 


Malpass 


Tebo 


Scudder 


Fallow 


Chesser 


Barnett 


Kelley 


Thomas 


Howard 


Axelberg 


Schmidt 


Powers Ellis 


Jones 



Kappa Alpha 



COLORS 
CRIMSON AND OLD GOLD 




FLOWER 
MAGNOLIA AND RED ROSE 



Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. 
Beta Nu Chapter established in 1918. 

OFFICERS 

Raiph Thacker ---------- President 

Creighton Perry --------- Vice President 

Fu Chisholm - - - - - - -III 

Clyde Bays -----------IV 

MEMBERS 

Clyde Bays ------- - . - . - Bob Mooney 

Billy Doyle ----------- Buster Fisher 

Alva Joiner ----------- Ralph Thacker 

Mack Richard . - . - fu Chisholm 

KiMSY Stewart --------- Creighton Perry 

J. 0. Partain, Jr. - - - - - Jack Smith 

PLEDGES 

Allen Vassey ------ James Pressley 

AUBRY Malphurs ---------- Ben Faulkner 

Ansel Paulk --------- - Harry Bolden 

Edward Schwabe - - - - Bill Baily 

Sam Clinkscales ,.---- Glen Bird 




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Thacker 


Perry 


Chisholm 


Fisher 


Joiner 


Smith 


Bays 


Stewart 


Partain 


Rickard 


Morris 


Mooney 


Paulk 


Schwabe 


Clinkscales 


Pressley 


Bird 


Vassey 


Malphurs 


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Pan Hellenic Council 

Sororities did not come to the campus of the University until 1920, 
only a few years after co-education became a part of the program of the 
University. Fc was in 1920 that a group of girls banned themselves to- 
gether under the name of ZETA TAU Sorority, which in 1930 became the 
Alpha Chapter of KAPPA DELTA, leading the way to the founding of 
two successful organizations up to the present time. 

Two years after the founding of Zeta Tau, another female organiza- 
tion, SIGMA ALPHA Sorority, was established. Another two years after 
its organization it became the Sigma Gamma Chapter of the National 
Sorority, CHI OMEGA. The Chapter was established in 1924. 

The third and last sorority to come to the campus was PHI KAPPA 
ETA, a local which was organized in 1927. In 1930 it became the Chi 
Chapter of BETA ALPHA, a National Sorority. 

One of the most harmonious movements of the three sororities took 
place when a PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL was organized for the pro- 
motion of close relationship. The council has been very active this year. 

MEMBERS 

CLIPPINGER X" SAULS 

BENTLY B*A GATES 

AUSTIN K:^ GOODWYN 




Clippinger 
Gates 



Sauls 
Austin 



Bently 
Goodwvn 



Beta Phi Alpha 



COLOR 
TEA ROSE 




FLOWER 
KELLEY GREEN AND OLD GOLD 



Founded at the University of Southern California in 1909. 
Chi Chapter established in 1930. 

OPFICERS 

Jeanette Bentley ------ President 

Pinky Gates ---------- Vice President 

Mary Josey --------- Secretary 

Geraldine Wisenbaker ----- Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Geraldine Wisenbaker - - - Amaryllis Pickett 

Athalia Love ----------- Pinky Gates 

Evangeline Harv^^ell ------- Jeanette Bentley 

Sue Bailey - - Mary Josey 

Lorine Kirkman 

.- PLEDGES ** 

Jimmy Taylor ..-...-... Phyllis Roberts 

Betty Benefield 




Wisenbaker Pickett Love 

Taylor Harwell Bentley 

Josey Kirkman Roberts 



Gates 

Bailey 

Benefleld 



Kappa Delta 



COLOR 
GREEN AND WHITE 




FLOWER 
WHITE ROSE 



Founded at State Normal College in 1897 
Alpha Tau Chapter established in 1930 



OFFICERS 

Catherine Goodwyn --------- President 

Dorothy Austin -------- Vice President 

Margaret Thompson - - ------ Secretary 

Eleanor Dinwoodie ------- Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Grace Rushin ---------- Barbara Beam 

Nancy Mobley ---------- Hazel Gates 

Catherine Goodwyn ---.--'--- Anne Irby 
Dorothy Austin ---------- Lida Clark 

Margaret Thompson -------- Margery Moore 

Eleanor Dinwoodie -------- Margaret House 

Mary Roberts --------- Winona Williams 

PLEDGE 
Margaret Baxter 




Goodwyn Roberts Thompson Dinwoodie 
Moore Irby Rushin Austin ilobley 

Beam Gates Baxter House Clark 



Chi Omega 



COLOR 
CARDINAL AND STRAW 




FLOWER 
WHITE CARNATION 



Founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895. 
Sigma Gamma Chapter established in 1924. 

OFFICERS 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Jane Clippinger 
Eleanor Ivy 
Lillian Broward 
Jane Franklin 



MEMBERS 



Jane Clippinger 
Lillian Broward 
Medora Fitten 
Margaret Adkins 
Virginia Sauls 
Jean Blakelock 
Charlotte Galbraith 
Alice Polak 



Eleanor Ivy 

Jane Franklin 

LaVerne Partain 

Martha Carmichael 

Eleanor Gardner 

Lillian Klein 

Marion Oliver 

Sara Cheves 



Ester Crosby 



PLEDGES 
Lucy Seigler 







Clippinger 


Sauls 


Crosby 


Partain 


Carmichael 


Ivey 


Franklin 


Fitten 


Polak 


Oliver 


Adkins 


Blakelock 


Galbraith 


Seigler 


Broward 


Klein 




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"O" Cluh 

President . . Homer Carson 

Treasurer ----..... dick Wallace 

MEMBERS 
Wallace ---------...._ Horton 

Neal - - - - ----._-... Puryear 

Carson ------- Reynolds 

CLYBURN ------- RiCKARD 

Farmer ------.---... Cauthan 

Thomas --------- Wertz 

Fisher -----------... Stewart 

Slay ------------... Weems 

Sullivan ----------... Walters 

H. Clement --------.--.. Wooten 

Paulk ------------.. Zelencik 

PiGAGO -------- MCCOLLOUGH 

Chesney ----------... Murphy 

Kunde ----------.--. Owens 

Forkner - - - Archer 

Ed Clement 

COACHES 
Patrick -..-..-..-... Anderson 




Farmer 
Wallace 



Patrick 



Anderson 

PURYEAR 



Oglethorpe Athletics 



FOOTBALL RESULTS OF 1936 



OGLETHORPE 

13 

6 

6 
30 

20 


18 



7 



OPPONENT 

Newberry 2 

Mercer 20 

Chattanooga 20 

Alabama State 6 

Emory and Henry 

Western Kentucky State 6 

Erskine 

Mississippi College 26 

Stetson University 13 



September 


25 Oglethorpe 


October 


2 Oglethorpe 


October 


9 Oglethorpe 


October 


15 Oglethorpe 


October 


23 Oglethorpe 


October 


30 Oglethorpe 


November 


6 Oglethorpe 


November 


13 Oglethorpe 


November 


20 Oglethorpe 


November 


25 Oglethorpe 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 

1937 Football Schedule 



vs University of Ga. — Athens, Ga. 

vs Centre College — Danville, Ky. 

vs Wofford College — Spartanburg, S. C. 

vs Chattanooga — Chattanooga, Tenn. 

vs Erskine — Anderson, S. C. 

vs Mercer — Macon, Ga. 

vs Rollins — Orlando, Fla. 

vs Miss. College — Home (Homecoming) 

vs Stetson — Home 

vs Citadel, Charleston, S. C. 



Football 



Upon review of the 1936 season it may be well said that Oglethorpe 
enjoyed a very successful year, although records show five defeats and 
only four victories. Few coaches would have performed the miracle of 
producing such a formidable eleven from the available material. Fate 
so had it that the fighting Petrels won every home game, so the Atlanta 
supporters were well pleased with the showing of their small, but mighty 
grid machine. 

Coach Patrick assumed the role of a magician during the past foot- 
ball campaign and pulled four rabbits out of a seemingly empty hat. 
The Petrels stormed Newberry, Alabama State, Emory and Henry, and 
Erskine. 

The season started with a decided lack of material, and when the 
injury jinx began to haunt Hermance Stadium the clouds of pessimism 
darkened the outlook considerably. The football wise eyes of our ma- 
gician focussed on a scant handful of iron men, who were used almost 
without substitution throughout the year. It did not require a keen ob- 
server to notice that the lack of reserve strength was fatal to Oglethorpe 
gridiron aspiration. The Patrickmen led Chattanooga and Mercer in the 
early stanzas of their contest, but the bigger and heavier adversaries, 
with their superior reenforcements, wore down the fighting black and 
gold eventually winning the games. The Stormy Petrels, true to their 
namesake, /?eH; perpetuaUij against advance wiuds. facing reputable op- 
ponents, and constantly displaying heroic courage despite great handicaps. 

The outlook for next season can hardly squeeze grunts of sheer joy 
from a hopeful coach as eight regulars are lost through graduation, and 
the light freshman squad will contribute but about three to next fall's 
varsity. Most teams run in cycles, and the next edition of Petrels is due 
to rank with the greatest teams of the region. 

The seniors who have finished their careers on the gridiron are: 
Puryear, Clyburn, Neal, Horton, Rickard, Carson, Reynolds and Sullivan. 




John W. Patrick, Head Coach 

"Fox" Clyburn, Fullback, Alt. Capt. 
Jack Puryear, Quarterback, Capt. 



Bob Murphy, Halfback 
Jim Sullivan, Halfback 



Chris Pigago, Center 
Bot Owens, Tackle 
Frank Zelencik, End 



John Chesney, End 
Paul Neal, Guard 
H "Hunk" Slay, Guard 



Wilson Franklin, Center 
Homer Carson, Halfback 
Hubert Elliott, End 



Maynard Wertz, Halfback 

Edward Schwabe, Quarterback 



Ed Weems, Tackle 

Ansel Paulk, Fullback 

Buck Thomas, Quarterback 



Ben Forkner, Halfback 
Kimsey Stewart, Guard 
Henry Horton, Guard 





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Thomas, Shortstop Clinkscales, Third 



C. King, Center Field 



R. King, Catcher Stephenson, L. Field 



Adkins, Pitcher 

McCollough, Pitcher 
Hodges, Second 



Archer, Picher 

H. Clement, Pitcher and Second 
George, Right Field 



Cauthan, Shortstop 
Ray, First Base 

Franklin, Right Field 








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Intramurals 



Above is a picture of three of the four girls' intramural basket ball 
teams. Reading from left to right: the Beta Phi Alphas, the Ramblers, 
and the Kappa Deltas. 

The purpose of the intramural athletics at Oglethorpe University is 
for the boys and girls who are not physically built for varsity athletics. 
These intramurals are offered so that the non-athletic students may re- 
ceive the proper exercise that is needed. There are many sports offered 
such as follows : for the boys are volleyball, free throw, basketball, indoor- 
baseball, out-door baseball, tennis, track, and swimming. For the girls 
are volleyball, hit pin, free throw, basketball, ping pong, tennis, horse 
shoes, track, and swimming. 



Outstanding Students 

Most Beautiful Girl ------.. Pinky Gates 

Most Handsome Boy - -... Bob Mills 

Most Popular Girl -------..-. Athalia Love 

Most Popular Boy ------.... China Wooten 

Best Girl Sport ------..... Sue Bailey 

Best Boy Sport ---_--. ..._ Troy Drew 

Best Girl Athlete -----.-... Jimmie Taylor 

Best Boy Athlete ------.-... Hoyt Farmer 

Most Intellectual Girl -----.-.. Janie Millwood 

Most Intellectual Boy ---------- Wyatt Benton 

Most Ideal Couple --------- Wallace— Love 

School's Most Valuable Girl -------- pjily Happoldt 

School's Most Valuable Boy - ------- Tom Ewin"- 




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"Best IDishes 

To Oglethorpe Uniuersity 
and its Students 

Dukehart Bookhindery 

Rhodes Building Annex 
78 Marietta Street 



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Oglethorpe University 

IN TRADITION, AND IN ACHIEVEMENTS, 
PRESENTS SOME REMARKABLE FACTS 



The proportion of the members of her 
faculty to be found in Who's Who m 
America is larger than that of any 
other college or university in the Unit- 
ed States. 

The cosmopolitan nature of her facul- 
ty is more marked than that of any 
"small college" in the United States, 



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Oglethorpe University is the only col- 'M 
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which offers a complete course in ^ 
Commercial and Fine Art. (sp 



;'^?r acX^Lvrng'reen drlwn from 10. Oglethorpe , University is the only col- ^- 
^\^ne to California. ]^ rco"m";j^"sL 'of ^o^T chL^e:.^" f 

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The ramnus of the University is per- „ , , ^-r . ., ■ ^i ^ i S^ 

haps the'^most remarkable of any eol- 11. Oglethorpe University is the only col- ^ 
naps uiic iii^o., ^ _„,!,„„„„.-, po-p n-r nnivprsitv m the south and one 'Af 



lege in the south in that it embraces 
six hundred acres of woodland and 
meadow, including an eighty-acre lake. 

The buildings of the University are be- 
yond doubt the handsomest m the 
state of Georgia. 



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lege or university in the south and one |^ 

of the few in America which owns and |<j- 

operates its own University Press. g^ 

12. Oglethorpe University has begun work g<j- 

on what is believed to be the only col- ®a. 

lege granite stadium in the United g^ 

States. ^ 



1 '■ °flf kn?wn ^o"itempoLrr portraits'"? 13. Oglethorpe University is believed to | 
^ General James Edward Oglethorpe, -ssess a role of honorary alumni ^ 

the founder of Georgia, and one of 

Sir John Percival, President of the 

Board of Trustees which established 

the commonwealth. 



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possess a role of honorary alumni ^ 

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proportionately unequalled by any g^ 

small college in the United States, in- || 

eluding two presidents of the United ^ 

States — Woodrow Wilson and Frank- |j4 

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S.s^cLn^randpuTrVg'^o^^ The history of the old Oglethorpe g. 

puie science anu puic^ic.ig ^,_,„ ^„+pc ha^l,- +n ISSS. As a classical m- fe5 



interference of ecclesiastical or state 
and city politicians. 

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university in the state of class "A 
standing, to be fully and legally in- 
spected and accredited by the Board 
of Education of the State of Georgia. 

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dates back to 1823. As a classical in- ^ 

stitut:on of learning her doors opened ^ 

in 1835 and she was thus the oldest ^ 

independent college or university be- gv, 

tween the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, W 

south of the Virginia line. Such names ||. 

as Sidney Lanier, Samuel K. Tal- g^ 

madge, James Woodrow, Joseph Le- ©^ 

Conte, Joseph R. Wilson, B. M. Pal- m 

mer and J. H. Thornwell are associat- ^ 

ed with her early history and make || 

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