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1949 YAMACRAW 

Yearbook of Oglethorpe University 
Oglethorpe University, Georgia 



Bill Rhodes, Editor 

Bob Boggus, Associate Editor 

Henry Lanham, Business Manager 



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Foreword 



This is the 1949 story of Oglethorpe. For those of you who are members of 
the Oglethorpe family, we hope the Yamacraw will provide you with pleasant 
memories of a year well spent, for those <>1 you who are friends of Oglethorpe, 
we hope that the Yamacraw will give you a true glimpse of our school and therehy 
a better understanding of what we are trying to do. Oglethorpe is not just a 
school, but also an idea. The idea is to embody the principle that you cannot 
divide life into unrelated departments, but rather that lite is a unit and must 
be seen as a whole. There are three things that we believe are essential to hie: 
an understanding of yourself, creative citizenship and the ability to make a living. 
We have tried to incorporate these talents into our program of education, as 
well as our campus life. 

This is our story lor 19-19 and it is dedicated to the participants in that story, 
the Oglethorpe Family. 






Table ol Contents 



ADMINISTRATION 

CLASSES 

ACTIVITIES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

ATHLETICS 



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The Resident, Dr. Weltner, and Vice President, Dr. Seward,— to whom we 
all owe\a debt of gratitude for their tireless efforison behalf of Oglethorpe 
and that for which it stands.- 




Ri in S \M>i RS 
Registrar 

Martha Pope Brown 
Field Representative 

Margaret Morris 
Secretary 



ADMINISTRATION 

Clyde Wolf 
Comptroller 

Carol Tucker 
B u rsa r 

Bernice Hilliard 

House Mother 



Si E Moss 
Librarian 

R I I'll Lovell 
Cashier 

I)i i i \ Dicki NS 
Dietitian 




Wendell H. Brown 
Human Understanding 



FIRST ROW 



Walter Carter 
Science 



Arthur L. Cohen 

Science 



W. A. L. CoULBORN 

Citizensliip 



SECOND ROW* 

Guilford Collison 

Community Service 



Francis X. Carberry 
Business 



LEFT 

Newton Craig 
Business 



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FACULTY 








FIRST ROW 






Stanley Daugert 




Harki Dobson 




Gertrude Ehrlich 


I hi hi nn Understanding 




1'iiic A> ts 
SECOND ROW 




Si fence 


Sol. I. Goi in \ 




John Goldthwai i 




Roy X. Gosi i\ 


Business 


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RIGHT 

Hilda Hon \i \\ 
Fine Arts 


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Science 



FACULTY 





)HN KELLEY 

Science 



Gerhart Niemeyer 

Citizenship 







FIRST ROW 




R.. Crawford Livingston 


Charles M. MacConnei l 


Fine A i /.s 


Community Service 


SECOND ROW 




M. Cecil Padgett 


Benjamin Parker 


Business 


Business 


LEFT 




Albert H. Pike 




Citizenship 




CULTY 






FIRST ROW 




Run \ki> Reser 


Georgi Seward 


Vl l< \ TOWNSEND 


Community Set vice 


Human I Understanding 
SECOND ROW 


Hitman 1 'nderslanding 


Edg \r Vallette 


Theodore Walter 


Lois Dougi as Williamson 


Citizenship 


Citizenship 


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FACULTY 



STUDENT 



Sam Hirsch 
President 



John R. Fisher 
Treasurer 




Elizabeth Stephens 
Secretary 



Student OSodiA \Jfhcer& 






GOVERNMENT 




E uti C. O'Shields 

Senior Class Representative 

Bob Lewis I-'.i i is 
Sophomore Class Representative 



P \ i Com mi nale 
Junioi Class Representative 

Ca in i.kim Watson 
Freshman Class Representative 



•Student Council 



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we present the Ogie- 
i h< .1 ])c I-'amih in theii \arious 
stages oi achievement. There are 
the Seniors who are bidding Fare- 
well to their dose relationship 
with (he Oglethorpe Family and 
the Sophomores anil Juniors who 
are in the midst of enjoying their 
experience at Oglethorpe. And. 
oi course, the Freshmen who said 

to us this year. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 

William Wright 

Atlanta, Georgia 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

James Hollidav 
Pelzer, South Carolina 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



SECRETARY 

Elizabeth Stephens 
Atlanta, Georgia 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



TREASURER 

Joel Chandler 

Marietta, Georgia 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 




Emmette H. Ai.ui a 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Grace Albert 
Tampa. Fla. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Jack F. R. Albertson 
Oradell.N.J. 

BACHELOR of arts 



Edgar Bodiford 

Atlanta, Ga. 
bachelor of arts 



Robert L. Boggus, Jr. 

Atlanta. Ga. 
bachelor of arts 



William B. Bone, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



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Jack Brooks 
Atlanta, Ga. 

IS \CIII I OK OF ARTS 



foi E. Brown, ]r. 
Atlanta, (>a. 

BACHE LOR OF ARTS 



Edward Chandler 
Smyrna, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



\\ II I [AM E. Cheves 

Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Wallace C'.rider 

Atlanta. (,a. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Harold F. Dorsen 

Atlanta. Ga. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 







Gordon Dlnagan 


Elmer Etling, Jr. 


Robert Jones Findley 




Atlanta, Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 




BACHELOR OF ARTS 


BACHELOR OF ARTS 


bachelor of science 




David Poythress Heilnkr 


James H. Hinson, Jr. 


William R. Holley 




Chester Springs, Penn. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 




BACHELOR OF ARTS 


BACHELOR OF ARTS 


bachelor of arts 






Mar jorie Holliday 
Clearwater, Fla. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Joyce Hovis 

Atlanta, da. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Kent Hovis 
Atlanta. Cia. 

B U 111 LOR OF M II N< I 



Eugene Walker Ivy 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



William R. Kelly, Jr. 
Atlanta. Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



John Peter Km dsen 
Atlanta. Ga. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 




Henry Lanham 

Atlanta, ('-a. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Nai Wen Liu 
Soochow, China 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Rfn Lorfnz 

Vera Beat //. Fla. 

BACHELOR of arts 



Betty Lorfnz 
Oglethorpe University, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Jack Lorfnz 
Oglethorpe University, ('.a. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Wesley Martin 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 




Awi \l \sd\ 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BACH] I OR OF ARTS 



Si i PHI N C. \f \\ , ]r. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B VCHELOR OF SCII NCI 



Edward M. North 
Oglethorpe University, Ga. 

BA< III LOR OF s< II \( I 



Bi i rv R.u Olds 

Atlanta, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Earl C. O'Shif.i i>s 
Birmingham, Ala. 

BACHI I OR of ARls 



Doris Pickens 

Slnnf Mountain , Ga. 
BACHELOR oi \K Is 



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William C. Rhodes, Jr. 
Chamblee, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



John R. Smith 

Atlanta, ('-a. 
BACHELOR of arts 



Wallace Smith 
Hogansville, Ga. 
bachelor of arts 



Judd Sparling 

Tea neck, N. J. 

bachelor of arts 



Rena Steinberg 

Atlanta, Ga. 
bachelor of arts 



Richard Stoller 

Atlanta, Ga. 
bachelor of arts 




Marvin M. Thompson 
Palm rill?. Fla. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Shirley Thompson 
Atlanta. Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Pail Vaughn 
Williamson, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Frank Walls 
Bronkliaven, Ga. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS 







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CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 

Pail M. Smith, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

Ben Tiller 
Atlanta, Georgia 



SECRETARY 

Jane Galler 
Hoboken, New Jersey 



TREASl'RER 

[EWI I I' I Mil R 

Brooklyn. New York 




Thomas W. Aiola 
Atlanta, Ga. 



[ames E. Baker 
Austell, Ga. 



Hi'nter J. Basset: 
Athmt/i, Ga. 



Elizabeth Battle 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Donald R. Brennan 
Chamblee, Ga. 



Edward Bryson, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Gordon C. Bynum 
Cedar Springs. Ga. 



Alici Callaway 

Atlanta. Ga. 



Kenneth L. Christy 
New Kensington, Pa. 



Ronald Robert Colby 
Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. 



Sanford Colby 
Woodmere L. I., N. Y 



Pat Communale 
Bronx, N. Y. 




A I I \u At Cox 

Atlanta, Ga. 



VVn i i a m ( !rowe 
Atlanta, ( -a. 



Aihiki Dram 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Vincent Faraone 
Bronx, N. Y. 



John Flanigen 

Atlanta. (,a. 



(lot i> Gri i R 
Atlanta. (,a. 



[mogene Brown Goss 

Atlanta, (-a. 



Dean Haggerty 
Sussex. N. J. 



Stuart Hi r\i \n 
Englewood, N. /. 



Diane Himmer 

Mountain Lakes, N. /. 



Sam Hirm.ii 
Atlanta, (la. 



Clare Isanhour 

Atlanta, Ga. 




A. Z. fOHNSON 

Tucker, Ga. 



Uno Kask 
Sodola, Estonia 



Marion Lockleer 
Sea Island, Ga. 



Harrv Martin 
Water Valley, Miss. 



Rosemary Olliff 
Way cross, Ga. 



William Olliff 
Waycross, Ga. 



Virginia Patterson 
Atlanta. Ga. 



Marglerite Pearson 
Evanston, III. 



| ami s Phillips 
Milstead, Ga. 



Ernest Procalo 
East Rutherford, N.J. 



(lrrold Quin 
Staten Island, X. Y 



Walter Bert Robinson 
Juniper, Ga. 




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Georgi Scott 


I'm i Sin PP \ri > 


W \i 1 1 k Si \i k 


Dublin . Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Atlanta . Ga. 


Lambertville, A'. / 


J. E. P. Smith 


Roy Sri ik 


Joe Stanai vnd 


M \Rlo.N 1 \\ LOR 


Hackensack, N. J. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


Virgil Tritt 


Richard Waldron 


Barbara Welter 


I 1 RAN VOLAC 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


/■ i 'anston, III. 


Istanbul. Turkey 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 

Herbert Leslie 
East Orange, X. /. 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

Al DiLucido 
Lambertville, X . J. 



SECRETARY 

Louise Watkins 
Atlanta, Ga. 



TREASURER 

John Hall 
Saddle River. X. J. 




Ann Adams 

Atlanta, Ga. 


John Amico 
New York,N. Y. 


Henry C. Atchison 

Browns, Ala. 


Beverly Bechtel 
Atlanta, Ga. 


Mitchell Bishop 
College Pari;. Ga. 


Dorothy Blau 
NewRochelle.N. Y. 


William R. Brown 
Dillard. Ga. 


Charles Clack 
Brookhaven, Ga. 


Douglas Cook 
Atlanta, Ga. 


Alvin Curkin 
Middletown, Conn. 


Alan Dickson 
Evanston, III. 


Carolyn Dickson 

Evanston, III. 


J. Ben Doar 
Brookhaven, Ga. 


Karin Eide 
Oslo, Norway 


Jerome Elliott 
Atlanta, Ga. 


Bob Lewis Ellis 
...Chattanooga, Tenn. 




John R. Fisher 
Ridgewood, N. /. 

Raymond Gebhardt 

Teaneck, N. [. 

Rosemary Hill 
Washington, Ga. 

Larry Knapp 

Manchester, It. 



Douglas Forbes 
Lambertville, N. /. 

Alice Gore 
Fame i >od, N. j . 

Betty Hoc. ax 
Lake Mohawk, N. I . 

Anne Knudsen 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Jack Fussell 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Richard Griffiths 
New York, X. Y. 

Charles V. Hoi i imauorth 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Robert Kolbert 
Hewlett, L. I., N. Y. 



Ernest Gaines 
Brookhaven, Ga. 

David Hesse 
Hewlett Bay Park, X. Y. 

Jack Hosford 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Robert Larison 

Lambertville, N ' . J. 




Bryce Leavitt 
Evanston, III. 

Betty Little 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Joan Miller 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Verlyn Prewttt 
Dallas, Ga. 



Mary Jayne Leslie 

East Orange, N. J. 

Donald MacNeil 
Middletown, Conn. 

Ben F. Moorl 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Charles Reyner 
Columbia, S. C. 



Jordan Levinson 
Woodmere, L. 1., N. Y 

Harold McKay 

Tampa, Fla. 

Pat Mueller 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Telete Richards 
Jasper, Ga. 



Irwin Lewis 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Martha Mayson 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Bob Owen 

Cartersville , Ga. 

Harriett Gertrude Scott 
Atlanta, Ga. 




Otto Shiver 
Hastings, Fla. 


Ronald Sinkway 
Ridgewood, N. /. 


David Smi i ii 
Fairlawn, N. /. 




John Tackaberry 
Allendale, N. j. 


W miik Tanner 
Brookhaven, Ga. 


Bleecker Ton in 
Allendale, N. J. 


Alan Van Gkldkr 
Sussex. N. 1 . 




Webb Vermiuj a 
West Palm Beach. Fla. 


Jeanne Vienne 
Evanston, 111. 


Day Walker 
New York,N. Y. 


Wendell Weaver 
Rome. Ga. 


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Atlanta. Ga. 



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CLASS DFFICEHS 





PRESIDENT 

Charles Wallace White 
Pensacola, Fla. 


VICE-PRESIDENT 

Albert Burns 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


SECRETARY 

Nancy Speicher 
Evanston, III. 


TREASURER 

Carolyn Sheff 
. Atlanta, Ga. 


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Ridgewood, X. ]. 

t. Winston B\ mm 
Cedai Springs, Ga, 

Rrssi 1 1 Dei \ \ 
ckville Center, X. Y . 

IsEMARY HARTRAMPF 

Atlanta. Ga. 



Raymond Backes 

Wellingford, Conn . 

Richard Cacle 
East Orange, X. ]. 

Nancy Downs 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Frederick Hilliard 
Lake Mohawk. X. J. 



ASHER Bt.VYIOR 

Atlanta, Ga. 



RoBl Rl ( ARSON 

Atlanta, (in. 



Caroline Drawd^ 
Walterboro, S. C. 



Su How Hwa 
Shanghai, China 



Ira Boi ioms 


James R. Brown 


Oathii B^ rwi 


Xorcross, Ga. 


Thomasi'ille, Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Joanne Coi i 


Frederick Darden 


Johnny Davis 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Lake Orion, Mich. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Ronald Dunn 


Joanne Gauss 


Sheldon Godkin 


Turtle Point, Pa. 


Evanston, III. 


Forest Hill, X. Y. 


William Jackson 


Suzanne Jones 


Barbara Kessler 


Austell, Ga. 


Garden City, X. Y. 


Atlanta, Ga. 




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James Koon i/ 


Muriel Lewis 


Rum ki \\ Mi El i.i S 


Edward Mi R u 


DiiRniin Muimv. 


irookhaven, Ga. 


Atlanta, ('.a. 


Brookh a . X . Y. 


Irani ik. X . /. 


Brookhaven, Ga. 


Powdei Springs, < .a 


[elanii Mickow 


Robert Moskowitz 


Adeline O'Mallf.v 


|i>m rii Overton 


Marvin P \i mi r 


Anoel M. Rivera 


Chicago, HI. 


Mount Vernon, N. Y. 


Willmetle, III. 


Atlanta. Ga, 


Middleloxvn, Conn. 


( . itanl anamo. Cuba 


ill M 1 \\ Rlllll KIs 


Jon\ Ri\hi\ 


1 i \RR\ SlIIRAJI 


Marjorie S\ii III 


Virgin) \ Smith 


Donai n Spencer 


(itiedgeville, I. a. 


Sussex, X. /. 


Hrewton, Ala. 


Port S7. Joe, Ha. 


Oak Park. III. 


Ridgewood, X. /. 


M \Rio\ Stiles 


KARI Sl'NDT 


Car i hirink Watson 


John White 


Madelini White 


Vl( IORI \ U RII. 11 1 


Atlanta. (,a. 


Oa/o, Norway 


Atlanta. Ga. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


Pensacolaj Fla. 


Atlanta. Ga. 



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Jl.'DD SPARLING 

Chairman 



Social Calendar of 1948-49 



MASQUERADE BALL 
October 29. 1948 

CHRISTMAS FORMAL 
December 10. 1948 

OGLETHORPE BALL 
February 12, 1949 

BLACK AND WHITE BALL 
Mardi 25, 1949 

SPRING FORMAL 
June 3, 1949 



The social committee has a job to do 
throughout the year. Their work, which 
includes anything from stirring a bowl 
ol punch to engaging an orchestra, can 
by no means be completely described. 
The results of their widespread activities 
are exhibited in the numerous snapshots 
of gala events contained in this book. 




Till ii Richards 
Jody Chandler 
Jeanne Vienne 



Marguerite Pearson 

J. E. P. Smith 

Beverly Bechtel 



J^>ociat Committee 



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In an) lull life, there are interests lying outside 
ol the main task. These interests find their outlet 
in the various organizations, enabling the stu- 
dents to express theii particulai whims, hobbies 
and interests. 




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Ed North 

Business Club '46; Le Conte Honorary Science Society '47, 

'48, '49, President '49; Herman D. [ones Science Award '48; 

Boar's Head Fraternity '49. 



Bill Wright 

Stormy Petrel staff '48: Director of Publicity for Student 

Government '48; President of the Senior Class '49; Business 

Club '49; Boar's Head Fraternity '49. 



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Bn.i. Rhodes 

Vice President Junior Class '48; Track '48; Oglethorpe 

Award ol Merit '48; Storm) Petrel Advertising Managei 

'47, Editor '48. 



Jack Lor in/ 

Stormy Petrel Editor 'lii; Cioss Country '46; Boar's Head 
Fraternity '17, '48, '19, President '17; LeConte Society '17, 
'-18, '■!!), Secretary '17; Student Council Repiescntative lor 
Junior Class '48; Blue Re} Honor Fraternity '47, '48, '49, 
Corresponding Secretary '17. 



American Universities and Colleges 







BLUE KEY NATIONAL HONOR" FRATERNITY 



Oglethorpe's chapter of Blue Key was accepted by the Blue Key's National 
Honorary Fraternity in 1926. Alter a period of wartime inactivity. Blue Key 
was revived in May 1947. Selection for membership stamps a man as one of 
all-round ability, good character, and possessing the qualities of leadership and 
the confidence of his fellow students. 



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Bill Rhodes 
President 

|oj Brown 

Sam Hirsch 



lion Boggi s 
]'i( c President 

El> RrYsON 

Ray Holley 



Ed Chandi i r 
Set retary-Treasurer 

l\\i Communale 

Eugene Ivy 



Stevi M.u 
Coi i esponding Set i etai y 

El. Ml R Etling 

FaCK L.ORENZ 



Dave Hi ii.ni r 
Alumni Se( retary 

John GOLD! HWAIT 

Ai Pike 







BOAR'S HEAD HMOH FRATERNITY 






The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity was founded at Oglethorpe in January, 
1920. The title of the organization is taken from the coat of arms of Oglethorpe 
University, a boar's head being a prominent feature of the escutcheon. 

Membership is limited to the Junior and Senior Classes. Selection for mem- 
bership is based on a high scholastic average, participation in campus activities, 
and qualities of leadership. The group sponsors the annual Boar's Head Cere- 
mony at Christmas time and renders various services to the campus and the 
student body. 




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President 



Jot Brown 

Sam Hirsch 

Al I'iki 



Bon Bocous 
Vice President 



Ed Brvson 



Ray Hot i i ■. 



Bfrt Robinson 



Kd Ch \ndi ir 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Pat Communalf. 



Efgfnf Ivy 



George Scon 



Steve Mai 
Corresponding Secretary 



El MIR Etlinc 



John Kni nsi n 



Ed Vali.ette 



David Hfii.nfr 
Alumni Secretary 



|oiin Goi DTHWAIT 
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Fack Ai.birinon 



Jim Hinson 



Ed North 



Bii i Wright 







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The Duchess Club, honor Society Lor women on the Oglethorpe Campus, has 
Functioned since 1920. li is composed of girls who are outstanding in scholastic 
achievement and extra curricular activities. 

In order to be elected to the organization the girls must be either of the Junior 
or Senior (lasses, must have a high scholastic average, and take active part in 
more than one school activity. Their attitude must be that oi a cooperative 
nature and a willingness to he ol assistance whenever and wherever possible. 

Duchesses sponsor lund-raising drives lor charities and serve as hostesses at 
formal teas and the President's Reception. 







Shirley Thompson 

President 



Sarah Bagen 
Anne Mason 



Hi i n Rae Olds 
Vice President 



Jewel Fisher 
Dot Pickens 



Grace Albert 
Set I r tiny 

Diane Himmer 

Barbara Welter 



Alice Cai i \u u 
Treasurei 



Clark Isahnolr 

Betty Goldthwait 
Faculty Advisor 




LE CONTE SOCIETY 



The Lc Conte Society aims at the advancement of scientific study and research 
at tire University, sponsors the Science Seminars, and directs field trips in the 
interest of science. Its members are the leaders scholastically in their chosen field 
of Science. The Society was oreanized in 1920 and reactivated in 1947. 



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fosi i'ii LeConti 
President 


Ai.ih.ri Einstein 
Vit e President 


Eve Curie 
Secretary 


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Al l)l( KM >\ 


BtN Doar 


Jim IIdii id \\ 


[ohn Knudsen 


Marion Lockleer 


| vck Lorenz 


Wai i i k ( Iarter 


Si i vi May 


Harold McKay 


Don Scarboro 


[ohn Kelly 


Akiiii r Cohen 


Gertrude Ehri.ich 


Roy Goslin 


Hi rnice Milliard 


Lois Williamson 



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First row: Harr) Martin, Ed Bryson, Sam Hirsch, John Flanigan (Chairman), Hunter Bassett. 
. . . Second row: Bleecker Totten, Rov Goslin, Bert Robinson, Juckl Sparling, Ray Hollcy. 






CHAPEL COMMITTEE 

The Oglethorpe plan strongly encourages each student to develop for himself 
a practical and well rooted relationship with his God. The students sponsor the 
Chapel Committee, which is composed of members of the Faculty and students 
who believe that the ideals of religion are valid. The committee invites noted 
laymen, clergymen, students and faculty members of all faiths to speak at weekly 
chapel services in order to give the Student Body as many views as possible. 
From these the student chooses his way of life with God. 



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Some people call it"art and others refer to it as music,-^ 
but the Chorus calls it fun. The Chorus is a group of 
students from the music d ivisi on who are interested in 

singing and do a lot of it i™he interest of Oglethorpe 
University. 



GIM CLUB 

The Oglethorpe Gun Club was organized in 
May 1948. The organization is dedicated to the 
furtherment of friendship and understanding 
among students. Weekly meetings are held at 
which business matters ol the club are discussed 
and plans are made for sponsoring dances and 
parties at the school. 

The Gun Club constructed and maintains a 
firing range which is used l>\ the- members and 
is at the dispos.d ol othei interested students. 
The sportsmanship displayed on the firing range 
by participants is indicative of the unity pre- 
vailing at Oglethorpe. 




EL CLUB ESPAIVDL 



Tommy Thompson 

1 )i i ii loi 



El Club Espanol was originally founded as El 
Circulo Simon Bolivar in 1940 for those students 
interested in Latin American countries, then 
language and their customs. 

The 1948-49 club sponsored the Sadie Hawkins 
dance. Other club activities include programs 
musical v circulos de conversacion. The purpose 
ol the club is to promote fellowship with our 
Latin American neighbors. 

El, que comprene mucho vive bien. 





[IGLETHDRPE 
PLAYERS 



The Oglethorpe Players, under the direction 
dl Mi. Brown, got l>.uk into lull swing this year. 
Five ol the remaining eight members spent the 
Inst quartei studying plays and making plans 
l<n a biggei and better dramati< club. The sub- 
stance <il the plans was a desire not only to put 
mi productions, Inn to have meetings in which 
the various phases ol dramatics might he studied 
and dis< ussed. 

In earh fanuary, Jack F. R. Albertson was 
elected President; Shirley Thompson, Secretary- 
Treasurer; and Diane Hinnnei. Manager. On 
March I. the club presented its first plays: 

"The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife," star- 
ling j.uk F. R. Albertson, Ann Adams, and 
Robert Larison. Other members of the cast were 
Jeanne Vieiine, Marvin Thompson. Rosemary 
I hn ii.nnpl, Rosemary Hill, Ed Chandler, John 
E. P. Smith, Al Burns, and Edgar Bodifoid. 

"Helena's Husband," stalling Marvin Thomp- 
son, Julia line I lai ti a in pi, Diane Himmei, George 
Scott, and l-.dgai Bodiford. 

Stage Managers were: Dick Griffiths, lights; 
Tom Aiola, curtain; Al Dickson and Ann knud- 
sen, sets; Eve Brown, make-up. 



SAILING CLUB 



A new organization appeared on the campus 
of Oglethorpe University this year, and although 
it has hoc made an\ astounding progress, it is 
hoped that it will remain with us and continue 
to grow. Designed to bring out the best in the 
would-be seafarers ol our school, plans have been 
laid for building a twelve-foot catboat ol the 
"penguin" class. From building the boat (or 
boats) to learning how to handle them the mem- 
bers are trying to partake ol a growing and 
interesting form ol recreation which is becoming 
very popular in the United States and thereby 
add one more facet to their developing character. 

The activities this year have been limited to 
sponsoring campus movies and a dance in an 
attempt to raise- the binds required for the build- 
ine ol then boat. 




Ai. Dickson 
Commodore 



AYM 1 .1 si II 

Pitrsin 



Herb Lesui 

Slnj>litlr> 
M lc Kl 1 BlSHOl 

Shipfitter 



Joan Miller 
Yeoman 



Ann An wis 



Carolyn Dickson 
Karf.n Eide 




Jewel Fisher 
Dick Griffi his 



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Hall S. Hirsch M. Mayson H. tYTcK.A'i T. Richards R. Sundi 







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BUSINESS CLUB 






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The Oglethorpe Business Club was Eormed in 
November, 1948 for the purpose of promoting 
activities Eoi the benefit of the students following 
the business sequence at Oglethorpe. The club 
promotes such activities as field nips and movies, 
and brings outstanding speakers to the campus. 



CLUB MEMBERS 

Backes, Benator, Boggus, Brown. Burns, Cheves, 
Colby, Communale, Cox, Crider, Deevy, Dorsen, 
Dunagan, Eide. Elliott, Etling, Fisher, Hesse, 
Hollingsworth, Lanham, Martin, O'Shields, Pear- 
son, Procalo, Sinkway, J. E. 1'. Smith. J. Smith, 
P. Smith, W. Smith, Steinberg, Stoller, Tiller, 
Vaughn, T. White, W. White, Wright. 



Cecil Padgett 

Faculty Advisor 



Earl O'Shields 

Treasure) 



Ioel Chandler 
President 



1 i (.1 m Ivy 
Vice President 










STORMY PETHEL 






The Fall ol 1948 found the Stormy Petrel ready, willing and eager to carry on 
the polic) set down In the stafl last year — to give a fair and adequate coverage 
ol the affairs and concerns ol oui school; to reflect student and faculty opinion; 
and to promote the welfare ol Oglethorpe University through a definite editorial 
program. The paper has tried to build a finer spirit and loyalty to Oglethorpe 
and close) ties ol friendship among all members ol the Oglethorpe family. 

The make-up work, prool reading", deadlines and jingling nerves — all have hail 
their contribution in making work on the school paper Inn. fascinating and 
successful. 

We hope the students have enjoyed their paper this year and have fully ap- 
preciated the efforts ol the stall ol The Sim my Petrel to contribute to the collegiate 
life ol ( )glethoi pe Univei sin . 



Charles Hollingsworth 



Douglas Forbes 
Elmer Etlinc 



Harold McKay 
Kitty Sheffield 



Ray Holley 
Stuart Herman 




Georgi Seen i 

Editor 



Alici C u.i \u x 1 * 
Associate Editot 



[ack Albertson 
Editorial Editor 



I- 1 izabeth Stephens 

Feature Editor 



Tommy Thompson 
News Editor 



Jewel Fishj k 

iioli Moski >\\ I 1 / 
Sports Editor 



Eugene Ivy 
Business Manasei 



Bob Boggus 

Assistant Business Manage) 



Donald Spencer 

Frank Walls 

Pat Communale 

Clare Isanhour 
Exchange Editor 

Ann Mason 

Diane I Ii\i\n r 

Bob Ellis 





THE YAMACRAW 



Operation "Yamacraw 1949" lias now been completed. The High Command 
is pleased with the fine work done by the stall and faculty in making this opera- 
tion a success and hopes the students in general will fully appreciate the work, 
sweat, and tears (mostly sweat, though) that has made this operation a success. 

The operation began towards the end ol May 1948 when the Student Govern- 
ment appointed the leaders ol the operation. The leaders were inexperienced, 
a little doubtful as to the outcome, but willing to try. During the summer the 
plans lor the operation "Yamacraw 1949" were made at several important ion 
ferenees held in the day room ol the barracks. In September the stall was ap- 
pointed and the Inst phase ol the operation, advertising, began in October. In 
November the High Command recalled the forces as they had been badly beaten 
in the first phase due to inexperience under die and insufficient quantities ol 
material. In |anuary the second phase ol the operation, photography, was com 
pleted after a lather lengthy struggle. 

In the lattei pan ol January we were honored by the visit ol some very dis- 
tinguished guests from the C.IK) in Lupton Hall to our theater of action. Gen- 
erals Seward, Brown, Pope. Livingston, and Daugert were highly pleased with 
the plans and phases ol the operation that they observed during their stay. 

"H" Hour (Deadline) arrived and passed. Operation "Yamacraw 1949" had 
to be recalled on "D phis one" due to the excessive interference from GHQ in 
the form ol efficiency tests and inspections ('examinations) and the dereliction 
ol dui\ on the part ol the material and supply command (Art editors). 

A new date was set and though the struggle was rough and drawn c>ut. success 
was ours. The casualties from the operation were small in number but a great 
loss to the cause. Hob \lc Millan. Art Editor; Russell Borgstede, Assistant 
Art Editor; and Di. I'eteis. Advisor, were lost in December, but not forgotten 
is their time and energy spent in making this operation a success. 



Bill Rhodes 

Editor 



Bob Boggus 

Associate Editor 



Henry Lanham 
Business Manager 



Martha Mavson 

Art Editor 



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1) \\ in Miiimk 
Literary Editor 

( 1 \m ISANHOI K 

Organizational Editoi 

lion Ellis 
Circulation Editoi 

\i Burns 
Assistant Photographer 

Vlici Cali \w vi 
Snapshot Co-Editoi 

I llo\l\l\ I hum \ 

Snapshot Co-Editor 

K\\ HOLLEY 

Assistant I iterary Editor 

| m is White 
Assistant .-1 rt Editor 

Elizabe ih Stephi \s 
Asst. Business Managei 

Albert Drakk 

Photographic Editor 
Photographer 

| 1 P. S M I I II 

Asst. Business Managi r 

\\\i M \M>\ 

A^t. Organization Editor 

J \\ Hall 
Assist an I Photographer 




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Oglethorpe does not stop with academic learn- 
ing, but also believes in physical fitness. To this 
end we have a year-round sports program iit 
which everyone has the opportunity to participate. 



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BASKETBALL 






Under the able leadership ol student-coach 
A. Z. Johnson, the fighting Petrel Hoopsters 
completed their 27 game schedule against strong 
competition in fine fashion. Although the return 
ol 7 lettermen was a tremendous help to the 
squad, the boys were faced with two important 
handicaps. The first was the presence ol strong 
competition, mainly in the larger schools, such 
as Howard. Wofford, Mercer, and Florida State, 
all ol which have at least (i times as many male 
students to choose from as we do. Second, we 
are unfortunate in having to work in our small 
gym which will always leave the boys helpless 
at the hands ol any fast-breaking competition on 
large courts. The over-all record in our first year 
ol Dixie Conference play was II and Hi. 

Several ol these losses, however, came in the 
earl) pan <il the season when the Petrels were 
playing in .1 confusing and disappointing man- 
ner. On fanuar) I I at Newberry, S. C, the team 
suddenly found itself, as it surprised a highly 
favored Newberry five b\ emerging victorious in 
.1 squeaker, 11-11. Alter that, a different team 



seemed to take the floor, as the Petrels played 
the slow conservative type ball in which they 
were so effective. Although the scpiad began to 
function more and more as a unit and not as 
individuals, it is probably more than just a co- 
incidence that it was about this time that Johnson 
seemed to find his shooting eye. After a slow 
start, he eventually piled up 363 points to pace 
the scpiad with a 14 point average in 26 games. 
Behind him was fimmy Hinson with 208 tallies. 
Don Brennan and Jim Phillips both played a 
fine biand of ball and often dropped in points 
when they were needed most. It was also pleas- 
ing to observe the superb backboard control 
which Bob Findley and Ben Lorenz constantly 
supplied us. 

Although they have not been a sensation via 
the statistics, the fine play and steady improve- 
ments of freshmen Shelly Codkin and Fred Agel 
and juniors Jerry Quinn, Harry Martin, and 
Wally Smith have been a note of good cheer to 
all. The) will certainly go a long way in filling 
the shoes of the men who graduate this year. 




I'. VSK.ETBALL SCHEDULE- 1918-1949 







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niur Games 








t Overtime 








Nov 


13 Naval Air Station 


31-44 


Jan. 


22 


Berry 


56-62 


\"n\ 


2'! Berry 


68-43 


Jan. 


25 


Piedmont 


32-41 


Dec. 


1 Tech Institute 


28-60 


•fan. 


27 


Florida State 


52-64 


Dec. 


3 Atlanta Christian College 


32-63 


Jan. 


29 


David Lipscomb 


50-37 


Dei 


6 Lambuth College 


6(1-36 


•Feb. 


1 


Mercer 


81-48 


Dec. 


II) College ol Chai lesion 


6(1-37 


Mel). 


4 


North Georgia 


76-72 


Dec. 


11 North Georgia 


04-57 


Feb. 


8 


Piedmont 


45-50 


Jan. 


7 Howard 


HI -6(1 


•Feb. 


9 


Mercer 


75-57 


jan 


1(1 Naval Ail Station 


39-73 


* Feb 


12 


Florida State 


47-46 


Jan. 


13 Presbyterian 


75-36 


Feb. 


15 


Wofford 


65-60 


fan. 


!4 Newberrv 


41-44 


* Feb 


19 


Mississippi College 


104 83 


fan. 


IS Wofford 


75-45 


Feb. 


21 


Clarksdale (AAU) 


55-46 


fan 


19 Tech Institute 


49-69 


Feb. 


23 


Presbyterian 


55-63 








*Feb. 


26 


Howard 


72-48 




Lorenz 



Agel 



Smith 



Brennan 




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Freshman Team 




HlNSON 



Dickson 

1 1 VI 1 



(.our are the yells, cheers, and songs which 
have vibrated throughout Oglethorpe during 
basketball season, but memory of them lingers 
on as we recount our team's victories and re- 
membei the part the cheerleaders played in arous- 
ing the spirit ol the nam to greater heights to 
make those victories possible. 




Bechtel 
Speicher 



BASEBALL 




On paper the Petrels are headed for a great season. The return of practically 
all the members of last season's team assures a bright future for 1949. 

Contrary to expectations and against much larger schools, the Petrels won 1 1 
games in 1917, losing only 1. In 1948 tiny won 17 games, losing only 3, enjoying 
a winning streak ol II games. As the Yamacraw goes to press the Petrels have 
won the first two games ol the I'll!) season. Considering all things, the Petrels 
appear capable ol winning the Dixie Conic-rente Championship. 

Player-Coach Don Brennan's unheralded ability, both as a coach and player, 
was responsible for a good share ol the successful seasons. The load is again on 
Brennan's shoulders but lightening the burdens are veterans, Harold Crowe, 
first base; Jerry Quinn, shortstop; Ernie Procalo, third base; A. Z. Johnson. Eddie 
Baker and Jim Hinson, outfielders; Ronnie Sinkway, Floyd Greer, and Paid 
Sheppard, pitchers; and Hob Kindles , catcher. 

Promising rookies "Red" Milliard, a pitcher, and Fred Agel, catcher, will 
perhaps come through with tremendous performances. 

Opening with traditional Piedmont College, Oglethorpe edged the Moun- 
taineers 3-2. Brennan sewed up the game in the eighth with a double lollowing 
a pinch-hit double l>\ Ronnie Sinkway and a single by Jerry Quinn. Pitcher 
Floyd Greer allowed only loin hits. 

File Petrels settle down altei a shak\ fust inning in then second game to deleat 
the Florida State University Seminoles 7 to 5. The Seminoles tallied five times 
on four hils in the lust, aided by three Petrel errors. Alter that, pitcher Ronnie 
Sinkway settled down and allowed only two hits. Oglethorpe again came back 
strong in the late innings, getting 1 runs in the seventh, and pushing 2 more 
across in the ninth to put the game on ice. 



COA< 11 1'iKI WAN 



Brennan 
Second Base 



Greer 
Pitcher-Right Field 



SUI 1'IWRD 

Pitcher-Right Field 








SCHEDULE 




(Fill in the scores) 




Oglethorpe Team 


Opponents 


3 


Piedmont College 


2 


7 


* Florida State College 


5 




Erskine 






* Mercer Univei sii\ 


. 


— 




North Georgia 




.... 




Berr) College 








Piedmont College 




— - 




Presbyterian 




.... 




Ninth Georgia 


— 






Erskine 




— 




Presb) in i.m 
Georgia 




— - 




Georgia 




.... 


* Florida State College 




.... 


North Georgia 


... . 


.... 


Berry College 




— 


Ninth Georgia 






* University ol Tampa 




.... 


* Mercer University 




hulu aits 


Di 


\ir Conference games 






/ 







l'.ll IM. 


||>II\VI\ 






Ma?iager 


Outfield 

Crowi 
In \i Base 


I'KIM \1 II 

Third Base 






HlNSON 

Left Field 


Baker 


1 III 1 1 u.'n 


Quinn 


FlNDLEY 


Centei Field 


Pitchei 


Shortstop 


Catcher 



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TRACK AI\D CROSS COUNTRY 



This year marks our first year in intercollegiate 
track competition in the Dixie Conference. 
Although the sport is rather new at Oglethorpe 
we teel sure that our team will represent us 

anion" t In- best in mil ilass. 



TRACK SCHEDULE 




TEMIS 



Tennis at Oglethorpe is an up and coming spoil as shown !>\ 
the fine play of the team and the large crowds ol students who 
turn out for the matches. Undei the able leadership ol Coaches 
Coulborn and Daugert the Petrels have taken on the heaviest 
sc hedule since the war. 



1 INN IS SCII1 1HI.K Hip) 



|oll\ S\ll l ll 
Captain 



April 


«> 


Florida Stair 




April 


8 


Mercer 




April 


12 


Emory 




April 


9<> 


Gordon Military 




April 


23 


Mercer 




April 


29 


(.onion Military 




May 


6 


Florida State 




May 


7 


North Georgia 




May 


I 1 


Atlanta Federal Penitentiary 




Max 


17 


North Georgia 




\Ia\ 


20 


21 Dixie- Gonlerence Tournament 


at Macon 




BiMinr 




R ACRES 



WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



Women's Athletics at Oglethorpe have been undei the capable 
direction ol Mrs. "Cuz" Lorenz foi the past two years. Equip- 
ment and facilities Eoi a well rounded women's athletic program 
have been expanded so that there is now available a choice ol 

some twelve activities for Oglethorpe women (golf, swimming, 
horseback riding, softball, tumbling, volley ball, tennis, archery, 
horse shoes, ping pong, basketball, badminton and hiking). 

The athletic program so l.n lias been mostly on an intramural 
level, however, in basketball, soltball and tennis Ogk-thol pe 
has entered intercollegiate teams who have well represented the 
university. 

This veai's basketball team entered the local YWCA league 
to gain a lull schedule since most colleges in Georgia lack wom- 
en's teams in intercollegiate competition. However, games were 
played with Piedmont College and the University ol Georgia 
Atlanta Division. 



SCHEDULE FOR 1949 



"Y" Blues 














First National Bank 


Grady 














St. Joseph 


Y.W.C.A. 














A.C.W.A. 


Pilots 














Lorelei Ladies 


Churches 


Home 


for 


G 


iris 




Piedmont College 


University 


ol 


G 


eorg 


a 


All 


anta 


Division 



Lorenz 

Coach 



Stephens 
Manager 



Richari 
Manage! 




Pickens 





Gore 



O'Malley 



Miller 



Himmer 



S\ni"li 



Km DM N 



I 




CAMERA SHY 



Junior Class 
Mart ii \ |o Cravens 
ll<\ INI. J. Olnick 

Sophomore Class 
Ann Truxes 
i nomas ronan 
Dei ores Graham 
M uo Poulos 
( OLQUI ii Joiner 
Bronston Cass 
Margaret Haug 
Mildred G. T owlson 
K \1 MOM) Burdick 

Freshman Class 
M 1 * ro\ Johnson 

JULIANNE HARTRAMI'K 

Thomas Hull 
[ulii s A. Huguenin 
Louis A. Rosswaa(, 
Carla l'RICI 



Samuel Zimmerman 
James Henderson 

Girls' Basketball 
Care Dickson 
Martha M u son 

Sailing Club 
Ted Mai ii k. Admiral 

JlUANNI HARTRAMPE 

Chapel Commit /r< 
Elizabeth Stephens 
Si m k i i "i I hompson (secreta 

Oglethorpe Players 
Joe Brown 
Betty Rai Olds 
Shirley I hompson 
Harry Martin 
Mickey Bishop 



Chorus 
Diane Himmer 
Doris Pickens 

Gun Club 
Don McNeil 

Spanish Club 
1)a\ in Smith 

Business Club 
Colquitt Joiner 

Track 
Jamis Henderson 

Baseball 
I' red Agel 



SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



EMMETTE H \RYIY \1 111 \ 
Graduate Atlanta Law School. 



CRACK ALBER 1 
Chorus '45 to '48; Dramatic Club '45, Id; Si 
Hi, 17; Secretary Junior Class; Duchess 
Set i etary '49. 



i.i I ( iommittee 
Club '48, '49, 



J UR F. R \1 BER I SON 
Boar's Head Fraternity '46 to '49, Secretary-Treasurer '46; 
Dramatic Club '-Hi to '49. Secretary-Treasurer "46, Presi- 
dent '49; Stormy Petrel '47. '49. Editorial Editoi '49; Chair- 
man Graduation Committee. 

EDGAR BODIFORD 

(bonis '45 to '48; Dramatic Club '45 to '49; Stormy Petrel 

'46 to '48. 

ROBERT 1 BOGGUS, JR. 

Constitution Committee '46; Student Council '46; Treas- 
uiei ol Student Body '46; Blue Key Fraternity '47 to '49; 
Intramural Council '47, '48; Lord Oglethorpe '48; Boar's 
Head Fraternity '47 to '49; President Junior Class; Business 
Club '49; Stormy Petrel Business Manager '48, '49; Yama- 
craw Associate Editor '49; Intramural Sports— Softball, 
football. 



malic (lul> 17 to '49; Blue Rev Fraternity President '18. 
Secretary-Treasurer '49; Vice President Student Govern- 
ment '49. 



JOEL WARREN CHANDLER 

Storm) Petrel '47. '48, Feature Editor '48; Lord Oglethorpe 

( cunt 18. I'l; Social Committee '48. '49; Public Relations 

Committee 18. '49; Business Club President '49; Treasurer 

Senior (lass; Intramural Sports— Softball. 



WILLIAM E. CHEVES 

Transfer Georgia Tech; Folklore Club Vice President '47, 

'48; Business Club '49. 



W ALLY R. CRIDER 

Basketball Assistant Manager '46. '47; Stormy Petrel Sports 

Editoi '46 to 18; Tennis Team '46 to '49; Business Club 

19; Intramural Sports— Softball; Campus Correspondent 

lor Journal and Constitution '46, '47. 



HAROLD F. DORSEN 

Transfer Georgia "lech; Business Club '49; Chairman 

Anti-Communist League '48. '49. 



WILLIAM B. BONK. |R. 
Transfer University oi Georgia Atlanta Division. 

JACK BROOKS 

Stormy Petrel Assistant Editoi '47. Editor '47. 

JOSEPH EMERSON BROWN, |R. 

Social Committee '45. '46; Chorus '45, '46; Dramatic Club 

'45 to '47; Lord Oglethorpe '47; Boar's Head Fraternity 

'46 to '49; Blue Key Fraternity '47 to '49. 



CORDON RICHARD DUNAGAN 

Baseball Team '48; Intramural Sports— Football Softball; 

Business Club '49; Intramural Council '48, '49; Member 

of -O" Club '48, '49. 



ELMER HENRY ETLING, JR. 
Stormy Petrel 46 to '49, Business Manager '48; Business 
Club '49; Intramural Sports. Football, Fencing, Softball; 
Baseball Manager '49; Public Relations Committee '47, 

'48; Blue Key Fraternity '48, '49. 



EDWARD LEWIS CHANDLER 
Stormy Petrel Art Editor '46; Treasurer Student Govern- 
ment '48; Boar's Head Fraternity President '48, Secretary- 
Treasurer '49; French Club '47, '48; Social Committee 
'47. '48; Yamacraw Art Editoi '48; Who's Who '48; Dra- 



ROBKRT JONES EINDLKY 

Transfer Auburn; Basketball '47 to '49: Baseball '48. '49; 

Track '48, '49; Intramural Sports, Football; "O" Club 

'48, '49. 



I) \\ 11) POI I IIKlss HEILNER 

Storm) Pcircl '47: Treasurer of Junior Class IS: Blue 

ke\ Fraternit) 17 lo '49; Wuinni Secretan '49; Yamacravi 

Literar) Editor '49; Roar's Head Fraternit) '48, '49; Inter- 

national Relations Club President '46 to '49. 

| \Mi:s HARR1 HINSON, |R 

Basketball 17 to '49; Baseball 17 to '49; Cross ( ountr) '46; 

Boar's Head Fraternit) '49; "O" Club 17 to '49; ( hoi n- 

Master of Ceremonies '48. 

Willi \M R HOI I [\ 
Chorus '46, 17: Storm) Petrel 111. 17. '49; Dramatic Club 
In to 19, 1'iesident 17: ( hapcl ( oinmittee '46 to '49; 
liluc ke\ Fraternit) 17 to '49, Corresponding Secretan 
'47; Edward J. link Award IS; Boar's Head Fraternit) 
'46 to '49, Corresponding Secretan 17; Yamacraw \s 
sistanl Literar) Editoi '49. 

| \M1 s HOI I ID Wi 

Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore (lass. Yin- President 

ol Senior Class; LeConte Societ) '48, '49; Lord Oglethorpe 

'49; Intramural Council '17. '48. 

M \RJORIl \l.( I I \(. HOI I ID U 
Lad) Oglethorpe Conn '48, Lad) Oglethorpe '49. 

JOYCE si I M \ II o\ is 

Transfer Mercer; Lad) Oglethorpe Court '49; Wife of the 

proud title holder "the Ugliest Man at Oglethorpe." 

WILLIAM KEN 1 Ho\ is 
Transfer Auburn: Intramural Sports— Softball Football; 
Designed Oglethorpe Decal '48; Lord Oglethorpe (nun '49. 

EUGENE W. IVY 

Storm) Petrel Business Manager '48, '49; Business Club 

Vice President '49: Boar's Head Fraternity '49; Intramural 

Sports— Football, Softball; Blue kev Fraternit) '49; Boar's 

Head Fraternity '48, '49. 



Wll. I I \\1 R kl LLY, |R 
Storm) Petrel 17: Business (lull 19 

fOHN l'i I IK KNUDSEN 
Transfer Georgia Tech; Storm) Petrel '49; Boar's Head 
Fraternit) 19: LeConte Societ) '49; Intramural Sports- 
Softball, Volleyball. 



WNI It \l LARD \l \so\ 

Fashion Slum 17: Stornn Petrel 17 to 19. Feature Editor 

IS: Duchess Club '49; Yamacravi Assistant Organizational 

Editoi '19. 

SI I I'll I \ (1 I I I I'd R I \I \\ 
Chorus l'i. '46; Men's Free Press; Boar's \U:n\ Fraternit) 
Id to t l ). vice President 17. Corresponding Secretan '49; 
Basketball 17. '48; "O" Club '17. '48; LeConte Societ) 
IS. 19: Intramural Sports— Basketball; Blue ke\ Fra 
ternit) 17 to 19. Vice Presidenl '17. Corresponding Sec- 
retan '19 

bi l n r \i oi ds 

Lad) Oglethorpe "46; Folk Lore Club '47, '48, Secretan 17; 
Dramatii (lub 17; Duchess Club '48, 19. Vice Presidenl 

19; Business (lull Secretan 19 

I \R1 ( O'SHIEI Ds 

Transfer Universit) ol Wabama; Gun ( lub ( bairman 19: 
Business Club I leasuiei 19: Student Council Representa- 
tive '49. 

DORIS M \R11 I'll kl \s 

Duchess Club 17 to 19; Basketball 17 to 19: Chorus '46 

to 19; Dramatii (lull 'Iti. 

JOHN ROBER 1 son SMI I II 
lennis '46 to 19. ( aptain '47, '48; French Club 17: Intra- 
mural Sports— Softball; Ping Pong ( hamp '48, '49: "O" 
( lub 'lli lo '49 

W Ml \( I SMI I II 
Basketball 17 to l'i; "O" (.lub IS. lie Tennis '48; Owner 
ol Petrel Shop '48, '49; lnti.iniui.il Sports— Football, Volley- 
ball. 

]1 DSON (, SPAR1 IN(, 

Lord Oglethorpe Court '19; Chapel Committc l'i; Social 

( oinmittee Is. 19, Chairman l'i 

RKN \ EVELYN SI EINBERG 

Chorus In to IS. Dramatic Club '46, '19: Business Club 

17. 19. 

II 1/ \BI I II s I EPHENS 
li.mshi 1 ni\eisii\ ol Georgia Atlanta Division; Folklore 
(lull IS; Student Council Secretai) is. '49; Chorus '48, 
19; Senioi (kiss Secretary; Yamacraw 19; Storm) Petrel 
19; Chapel Committee '19; Lad) Oglethorpe Court '49; 
Basketball Manage! '49. 



Ill NR) 1 WHAM 

Storm) Petrel '4.>, '46; Yamacravi Business Manager '48, 

49; Business ( lub '49. 

N VI WIN (11(11 III 

Transfer University shanghai; International Relations 
Club '49. 



Rl( II \RD HOFIM \N s I Oil 1 R 

Business (lub '49; Stormy Petrel hi. '48, Feature Editor; 

Tennis '49; Intramural Sports— Softball. 

M \l<\ IN MOCKBE1 I HOMI'soN 

\it (lull lit: Sophomore Class Treasurer; Yamacraw '49; 

Stoinn Petrel News Editor '49; Spanish Club '48, '49, 

Director 19; Dramatii ( lub 19. 



BEN LORENZ 

Basketball Hi to '49. Captain '49; Intramural Spoils; 
"()'' (dub '4ti to '49. 



BE! I Y LORENZ 

Chapel Committee '46; Stormy Petrel Circulation Manager 

Iti; Basketball '47 to '49; Operator of Petrel Stables 17 

to '49; Intramural Sports— Volleyball. 

WESLEY JOSEPH M \R I IN 
Business Club 19: Consistently ran foi lour years foi title 
of "The Ugliest Man at Oglethorpe" but nevei succeeded. 



SHIRLEY SANDERS I HOMI'SON 

Chorus l"i to '47; Dramatii (lub l"i to IS; Storm) Petrel 

'45 to '47. Business Manager 17, Duchess Club '47 to '49. 

President; Chapel Committee '48, 111. Secretary '49; Ladv 

Oglethorpe Court '49. 

I' W I. W II II \M \ UI.IIN. JR. 
Iianslcr North Georgia College; Owner of the most pro- 
gressive peach orchard in Georgia, artist and onl) student 
in Oglethorpe who attended before PAW 

I DW \RD I R Wkl IN W \I I S, |R 

folk lore (lub '48; Stormy Petrel '48. 19; Intramural 

Sports— Football. 









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Garment 


Cleaners 


Cle 


ailing 


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"Where the 


Charm of 


Newness is Restored" 


Plant 


and 


Office 


(Buckhead) 


3112 Peacl 


itree Rd. 


Phone Ch. 2187 



Compliments of 



Davis Service Station 



'Good Gulf Gas" 



3145 P'tree Rd. N. E. 



Ch. 6544 



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Compliments oj 

Northsidc 

Building' and Loan 

Association 

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Atlanta. Georgia 



IS E A U D R Y 

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BETTER SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY 



Service and Parti 
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Mum Office 
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CYPRESS 3424 



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ere Is N o S ubstitul e F or Quality 



C III p I 1 III C II t s 


of 


LEE'S MEN'S SHOP 


Buckhead 



Co in I'll mints 

THE PLANTATION 

Good Food Curb Service 

1985 Buford Highwaj 
AT. 9380 



Sales 



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Service 



"Better Buy From BURKE 
.It Buikhead" 

BURKE MOTOR CO. 

3167 Peachtree Road 
Exchange 1551 





Fine Dress Fabrics 




McC 


'all I'll 


'terns — Sewing A 


otions 


Walter 


J. Penny, 


Inc. 




I 


i Buckhead 




Theater 


Block 


CH. 4061 



ROSE BOWL 


DINING ROOM 


( Air-Conditioned ) 


Finest Food in Buckhead 


3166 Peachtree Road 



FOR SURPRISE PARTIES.., 

(!et the (Jakes 
That I tin cut Bakes 

VINCENT'S 
BAKE SHOP 

314] Peachtree Road 



PRESTON ROSE 
COMPANY 

Commercial Printers 

1 1 1 Tenth Street, N. E. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

VE. 2585 



(', o /// p I i iii e ii t s 
of 

VOCALIS INC. 

79 Forsyth Street, N.W. 

James C. Vocalic 

Class of '43 





C o m /> / / /// e a t s 




of 




Independent 

lowcl and Li mm 

Service 




51 1 Elm Street, N. W. 


At! 


una. Ga. LA. 0562 



Telephone CHerokee 6701 


BBOOKHAVEN 


PHARMACY 


Colbert Is W 'eathersby 


4003 Peachtree Road Brookhaven, Ga. 



ABRAHAM'S 
DELICATESSEN 

FOR THE BEST VARIETY 
OF FOOD 

2833 Peachtree Road 




C U III p I i III I' II 1 s 




of 




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PRODUCE CO. 




57-58 Ga. Stare Marker 




Atlanta, Ga. RA. 


2103 



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DELICATESSEN 

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See Lawrence Holzman 



GEORGIA DIAMOND 
MERCHANTS 

301 Healey Building 






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2140 Peachtree Road 


AT. 8621 


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C A D I L L A C 

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CAPITAL AUTOIOBILE CO 

Elwyn ToMLIXSOX, President 



Compliments 



SOL I. GOLDEN 



Class of '23 



PEST CONTROL 

and 

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TERMITE CONTROL 

Bonded by Massachusetts Bonding 
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SINCE 1901 



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HE. 4321 



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FACULTY & STAFF 



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of 

DIXIE WHOLESALE 
COMPANY 

Serving 
Institutions for ninny years 

9S0 Marietta Street HE. 3787-8-9 



NORTON'S STUDIOS 



"PHOTOGRJPUS OF MSTIXCTIOX" 



122 Clairmont Avenue 
Decatur. Georgia 



DK. 5858 



HARRY SOMMERS 

CHRYS L E R P L Y M (> I' T II 



Since PJ25 



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but cost no more 



Spring Street At Hunnicut 



Telephone CY. 461 1 



C O M P L I M E N T S 



OF 



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ICE CREAM COMPANY 






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325 Capitol Avenue, S. W. 



Atlanta, Ga. 



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(I f (I 

Business FritMiil 



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FLOWERLAND 
FLORIST, 

Inc. 

2775 Peachtree Road 



CHernkee 1168 



Atlanta, G;i 





( . a in p 1 1 in 


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of 




TWELVE 


OAKS 


Dining 


R o o hi - ( 


Uub Service 


1879 


Piedmont R< 


iad, N. E. 




VE. 935 


5 



BRLCE TERM I NIX 

COMPANY 




101 Spring St., N. W, 



VE. 7746 



( . a in p 1 1 in r a i j 
of 

THE ECONOMY 

iftici <; co. 



C o in p I i in e ii I s 

<>f 

CRISWELL BAKING 
COMPANY 

Bakers of 

Pies, Bread <5c Cake 

Atlanta Georgia 



Monogrammed Stationery — 
Engraved Invitations For Jny Occasion 

J. P. STEVENS 
Engraving Company 

1 10 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, ( la. 

/ isit Our Gift Depart mini 
for I niisuiil Items 



ATLANTA GROCERY 
COMPANY 

148 Piedmont Avenue 
Atlanta WA. 9980 



W. E. BROWNE DECORATING CO. 

443 Peachtree Street, N. E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



INTERIORS 



ANTIQUES 



REPRODUCTIONS 





NORTHSIDE PHARMACY, INC. 




Welcomes the fine students of Oglethorpe 




to refresh with us 


3465 


Peachtree Rd., N. E. CH. 4476 Atlanta, Georgia 







GUARDED Q U fl L 1 T y 
ICE CREAM 







Compliments of 




School Supplies 
ATLANTA, GA. 







C III p I I III i 


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of 








Law 


roncc D. 


Cook Insurance 


Agency, 


Inc. 




609 Henry Grady 


Building 






ATI. 


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Georgia 





C omplimen t£ 



M. C. BISHOP 



ETHERIDGE AND VANNEMAN 






REALTY DEVELOPERS 






GEORGIAN VILLAGE 






CORPORATION 






BUILDING CON ST R UCTION 






Across the Street from Oglethorpe University 




4411 


Peachtree Road Candler 


Building 




CH. 0261 CY. 


1526 




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Oga^ s 

144 Marietta St., N. W. Atlanta 1. Ga. 

CYPRESS 7461 

ADMIRATION 

ANTONIO & CLEOPATRA 

LA CORONA 

EL TRELLES 

EL PRODUCTO 

GARCIA GRANDE 

JOHN RLSKIX 

FLOR DE MELBA 

MI K 1 1 1 

OPTIMO 

WEBSTER 



School Supplies 
Art Supplies 



MILTON BRADLEY 
COMPANY 

384 Forrest Avenue, N. E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Games - Novelties - Toys 







•k BELL & HOWELL 






* EASTMAN KODAK 






* DU PONT 






* CASTLE 






.... Only ii few ill the 






Great A antes available nt 


BATES CAMERA SHOP 


2S 


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ast I 'aces Ferry Road, N. E. 


Buckhead CH. 1291 




* 


One-Day Photo Finishing Service 




* 


Cameras and Supplies 




• 


Hallmark Greeting Cards 


R, 


me 


mber .... 

t's Bates for the Best 



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(i a in p 1 1 in i' a t * 

GOLLDMAN-TABER 

POIWIAC, 

INC. 

Your Down Town 

PONTIAC 
Dealer 

161 Ivy Street, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 

Entrance Corner Cain and Ivy Sts. 

Phone CYpress 7366 



C o ni p I i in e // / s 
of 

ALIMM 



Mr. William H. Faver '48 



Miss Julia Mitchell '45 



Mr. Frank M. Inman, Jr. 



Mrs. George C. Ransom '4/ 



Mr. E. B. Penn "44 



Mr. Edgar Vallctte "43 
Mrs. Ruth Sanders '37 
Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly '47 
Mr. John Goldthwait '44 
Mrs. Bettv Goldthwait '41 



Compliments 

of 

LEON FROHSIN 



NORTH SIDE 
LAUNDRY 

And Cleaners 

271 East Paces Ferry Road 

CH. 2133 

BUCKHEAD 



You irill enjoy dining where friends meet 

mid eat in an atmosphere 

of brotherhood and fellowship 

at 

SMITH'S 
RESTAURANT 

In 
Buckhead 



C o m p I i in e n t s 
of 

HAVERTY 
FURNITURE CO. 



Distributors 

"Snow Crop" mul "Dewkist" 

Frozen Fruits and Vegetables 

AMERICAN 
SERVICE COMPANY 

878 Memorial Drive, S. E. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



For the Best 
In Dairy Products 
Be Sure to Choose 

Minnie Quarts 

MILK 
ICECREAM - COTTAGE CHEESE 

IRVINDALE FARMS 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1949 

NORTH ATLANTA REALTY COMPANY 

Insurance of all kinds 
"THE HARTFORD LINE" 

Weldon Shows, President 

Louis DETTELBACH, lite-President 

Roland Neeson, Legal Advisor 




YOLR ONLY REAL SECURITY . . . 

A HOME DF YOUR DWN 




Bny or Build a Home Now 

HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

Volunteer Bldg. OF ATLANTA WA. 1366 



Editor's Note: 

To those who served so well though not members of the YAMA- 
CRAW staff: 

Getting together material for the YAMACRAW wasn't nearly as 
hard as securing the money to pay for it. You will never know how 
much the YAMACRAW Staff appreciates your help in selling ads. 

We hope that after you have seen this book, you will feel that 
your time and effort were well spent. 



Douglas Cook 
Charles Hollingsworth 
Mitchell Bishop 
Steve May 
Ed Chandler 
Herbert Leslie 
Walter Slack 
Stuart Herman- 
Pat Communale 
Ed Bryson 
Judd Sparling 
Bill Bone 
Don McNeil 
Ray Gebhardt 



Going on a trip? 
Take a boat, 
take a plane, take a 
bus . . . but by 
all means, take 
along a cotton 
wardrobe from . . . 




Bert Robinson 
Wally Smith 
George Scott 
Sandy Colby 
Ronald Colby 
Harold McKay 
Bob Owen 
Ronald Dunn 
Earl O'Shields 
Sam Hirsch 

Bill Rhodes 
Bob Boggus 

Editors 



Compliments of 

CRESENT MARKET 

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THE 


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Expresses its deep gratitude 


for the 


invaluable assistance 


from 




Miss 


Margaret Norris 


/// mak 


ing this publication 


possible 





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