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OGLETHORPE UNIVERS""^ LIBRARY 



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OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 




This is Oglethorpe, not merely a set of buildings on the Piedmont 
plateau, but a living, breathing edifice dedicated to those principles 
for which and by which men live. 

It is our hope that this book will recall to mind the different 
aspects of life as we have made it for ourselves in the time we have 
been at Oglethorpe using the tools and guidance of the Oglethorpe 
Plan. 



This book is humbly dedicated 
to the memory of a man who 
was the embodiment of all that 
we can hope to achieve with the 
advantage of an Oglethorpe 
education. In his spirit, Dr. Mac 
Connell was Oglethorpe. 



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human understanding 

interpretation of the experience of the great thinkers . . . 




citizenship 

responsibility of the citizenry in a democracy . . . 



science 



working of the scientific mind . . . coordination of 
scientific principles and their place in life . . . 




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don't know) . . . Sadie Hawkins . . . their special talent ... in a 
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Men in the upper third of the Junior and Senior classes 
who have shown qualities of leadership on the campus 
through active participation in extra-curricular activi- 
ties fulfilling the standards of the fraternity. 





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. . . grease paint and stage fright . . . lines 
to memorize . . . sets to build . . . the 
domain of Thesbe_ on the campus .... 




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student organization for the conveyance 
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THE STORMY PETREL 

OFFICIAL CAMPUS NEWSPAPER OF OGLETHORPE UNVERSITY 

Published as a regular part of the North DeKalb Record and the Norcross News. 



PElrEl-RGCDrd Combine 



The 1950-51 Stormy Petrel was published and 
distributed with the North DeKalb Record and 
Norcross News, the official organ of the cities 
of North Atlanta, Chamblee and Doraville. 

Although the two papers were printed and 
distributed as one. The Stormy Petrel in no 
way lost its identity as the Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity newspaper. It was printed under its own 
banner, and it occupied the four center pages of 
the North DeKalb Record and Norcross News. 
All the copy was gathered, written and edited 
by students of Oglethorpe. 

Tom Ronan, Editor of the Story Petrel in the 
Fall Quarter, said in announcing the move that 
it was being made for three main reasons. The 
first reason was that it was felt that by dis- 
tributing The Story Petrel with the North 
DeKalb Record and Norcross News the com- 
munity of North Atlanta could be brought into 
closer contact with Oglethorpe, and Oglethorpe 
could be brought into closer contact with the 
community. It was also felt that a greater ex- 
change of ideas between the two, brought about 
by the combined distribution, would in time lead 
to the solution of many problems faced by both. 
This close co-operation between the University 
and the Community has long been an ideal of 
Oglethorpe University. 

Another reason put forth for the action was 



-Muriel Lewis 



We, the editors and the staff of The Stormv 
Petrel, wish to take this opportunity to publicly 
offer our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to 
Mr. Dan Bailey, former Editor of the North 
DeKalb Record and Norcross News, Director 
of Public Relations of Oglethorpe University, 
and Faculty Advisor to The Stormy Petrel for 
his untiring efforts in behalf of The Stormy 
Petrel whrch meant so much to us. 

We want to thank you for all those Monday 
night meetings when you not only gave us 
advice on the issue that was coming out that 
week, but also gave us helpful instruction about 
journalism in general. It was in those meetings 
that most of got our first look at the rules and 
traditions of journalism, not as taught in books, 
but as actually practiced in the city rooms anr; 
on the editorial desks of real newspapers. 

We feel that it was your influence as a good 
newspaperman as well as your expert knowledge 
that helped us to attain new and higher stand- 
ards for The Stormy Petrel. So, from the 
editors and staff, thanks Dan, for all you have 
cicnc for us. 



that it gave the students working on The Stormy 
Petrel added opportunities to gain actual jour- 
nalism experience. Tom Ronan said in an edi- 
torial in the first issue of this year's Stormy 
Petrel, "Under the new system the staff works 
under actual newspaper conditions. There are 
real deadlines to be met; there are very real 
standards to be realized." 

Under the new system Mr. Dan Bailey, for- 
mer editor of the North DeKalb Record and 
Norcross News and present Director of Public 
Relations for Oglethorpe University, has been 
appointed Faculty Advisor to The Stormv Petrel. 
It was found by the staff throughout the vear 
that Bailey's experience in the field of journal- 
ism was very helpful to them in their pulilishing 
a good newspaper. 

The third reason for the conjunction of the 
two papers \vas that by increasing The Stormy 
Petrel's circulation its market value as an adver- 
tising medium would be enhanced. In this wav 
it was hoped that The Stormy Petrel might not 
only end the year in the 'black', but might even 
become a self-supporting activity. 



At the beginning of the Winter Quarter Tom 
Ronan retired as Editor of The Stormy Petrel, 
turning the post over to Steve Coine, former 
Advertising Manager and head of the Business 
Staff. Ronan's reason for leaving the position 
was that due to increased commitments outside 
of school he would no longer have enough time 
to properly do the work required to edit the 
paper. 

Ronan served on The Story Petrel in 1949- 
'50 as Sports Editor. It was under his direction 
as Editor-in-Chief that the 1950-51 Stormy Pe- 
trel began its policy of being published and 
distributed with the North DeKalb Record and 
Norcross News. 

While serving The Stormy Petrel as Advertis- 
ing Manager and head of the Business Staff, 
Coine familiarized himself with the job of 
Editor in order that he could move more 
smoothly into the post at the beginning of the 
Winter Quarter. 

Under the direction of Coine, the editorial 
and business policies of The Stormy Petrel re- 
mairied fundamentally unchanged, arid the paper 
continued to come out in conjunction with the 
N'Ttli DeK'nlh Record and Norcross News. 





Irv Lewis, Sports Editor, O. K. Sheffield, 
Feature Editor, and Don Bloemer, News Editor, 
without whose active participation the 1951 
Stormy Petrel could not have been published. 




THE STORW PEim 



Oglethorpe University 



So that we may better understand ourselves, our friends and 
the things about us, ive devote our time, patience and energy. 

Editor Tom Ronan 

Associate Editor Muriel Lewis 

Associate Editor Steve Coine 

News Editor Dot Daniel 

Feature Editor Marion Marcus 

Sports Editor Irv Lewis 

Exchano:e Editor Jane Rand 



STAFF 

David Fischer, Don Bloemer, Nell Poole, Carry Aurensbach, Pat Doran, 

Doug Forbes, Al Burns, O. K. Sheffield, Dick Holmberg, Steve Stremmel, 

Jane Cowart, Shirley Myers, and Jean Mora. 



TliG PGlrGl Policy 

1 he SIOKMV I'), I KKL will try iti utrri'/it to bt the vocal unit of the 
student body. It will attempt to pre%cnt in an unbiased manner the view* and 
news of f>glcthorpe students and faculty both past and present. .Ml material 
is not necessarily the opinion of TIIK STf^R.VlV I'KTRKI-. 'I'herefore «iKned 
:irticles will represent the sentiments of the student, or other pcrvjns writing 
them, and will not be that of this newspaper. 

'I'his year the student body approved the plan of 'I'HE S'l OR.VIV PK'I KKI, 
being published in conjunction with THf^ .NORTH UKKALB RECORIJ AND 
NOKCIROSS NEWS as a four page individual section in order that the paper 
might better serve the ('niversity in that it would be able to be published every 
two weeks instead of the previous policy of a monthly publication. 

We feel that this difference in your STOR.MV PETREL this year has been 
beneficial in the following ways: 

First: The editors and staff were given the opportunity to gain rea! ''/.r- 
nalistic experience through this new system and the staff had to wor- 
actual newspaper conditions. There were real deadlines to be met a 
standards to be realized. This has made your paper a more mature one. 

Second: This combined publication gave THE STOR.VfV PETREL an in- 
creased circulation which in turn gave your newspaper more "ad-appeal" which 
enabled the paper to become a self-supporting activity. 

Third: The staff hoped to achieve an ideal long held by Oglethorpe. That 
was to assist in bringing the community of North DeKalb into closer contact 
with the University and the University into closer contact with the community. 
We feel that this objective has been achieved to a great extent. 

We firmly believe that this combined publication has benefitted all the stud- 
ents here at the University and THE STORMY PETREL policy has remained 
unchanged throughout this year. 

The above paragraphs have given you an idea of the policies upon which 
we, the editors and the staff of your paper, have published THE STORMY 
PETREL and in doing so have devoted our time, patience, and energy in order 
that we mav better serve our fellow students, our faculty, and our University. 



IVgws Staff and Sports 
Report Many Events of 



Staff 
Year 



FealurB Staff 



On The Stormy Petrel, as on any other news- 
paper, it is the job of the News Staff to be on 
the constant look-out for items of general in- 
terest to readers of the paper. .After they have 
found a story, or one has been assigned to them 
by the Editor, they must interpret it in order 
that they may place the correct emphasis on the 
various points. 

After doing the necessary research to get all 
the facts about the story, they must organize 
in their mind just what they want to say and 
how they want to say it. Then comes the job 
of actually writing the story and submitting it 
to the Editor who chooses those articles of the 
greatest interest to the readers of the paper 
for publication. 

The job of the Sports Staff is rather like that 
of the News Staff, however, it often entails 
making trips with the team in order to be 
able to give a clear picture of what took place 
at the games. Both staffs, unlike the Editorial 
and Feature Staffs, are constantly faced with 
the problem of reporting what actually hap- 
pened rather than giving their opinion as to 
what has happened^ 





.\eivs Staff — hloemer, Arensbach, i'lscher 



Regardless of how good a news, feature, or 
sports staff may be, a newspaper is only as good 
as the business staff because the paper would 
remain unpblished if it did not have a sound 
financial basis. It is the job of this staff to 
solicit all advertising, keep the records bal- 
anced, and see that all bills of the paper are 
promptly paid. 

The feature staff's main objective is to supply 
the student body with the lighter side of your 
Stormy Petrel. Their articles range from the 
flip comments found in "Can You Imagine" 
to the more historical thoughts found in the 
articles dealing with the background of your 
university. Primarily, their efforts are spent 
in giving you interesting articles that make for 
easy reading. 



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a representative institution of the Student Body 
to conduct trials on students accused of cheating 
and responsible for the determination of guilt or 
innocence in every case presented for considera- 
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and committee 




working out the details and structure of tiie Honor System as it is 
to exist on the campus . . . construction of one of the most significant 
amendments to the Constitution of the Student Body for the school 
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scintillatino; annual excursion to the wilds of Lake Phoebe 
... a new experience for the Frosh, Delia's secret recipe 
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the campus athletes to point the way to the beach with 
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Intramurals . . . basketball, football, tennis, 
ping-pong, Softball . . . budget gets lower every 
month . . . games go on accompanied by good- 
natured prejudices . . . Bob Stanley scouting 
around for equipment and posting schedules . . . 
inter-dorm competition at Hermance Stadium, 
the Softball field, and the basketball court . . . 
the youth get ready for ''next year" . . . they 
begin to scare the varsity . . . the Saturday morn- 
ing basketball with Phoebe Hearst and the town 
girls battling for honor ... the faculty shelving 
texts for a while to show their mental — oops! — 
physical calisthenics . . . will the sandpaper pad- 
dle ever replace the rubber one, or who's hiding 
the ping-pong ball? . . . Tennis anyone? 



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The l!)5l iniiinMUial looiball season, consisting of the rats ol 
Lowry JIall, ihe (leteriMined youth of LujHon Hall, the never- 
say-die town .students, and tfx- rr^nsistent and usually iriuinj^harii 
Barrack's team, terminated with the Jiarracks onre again vic- 
torious. The season pioved injurious to all teams and the 
stalwart Barracks claimed the f lianipionship alter ail opponents 
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The deteimiiietl Barracks team, after a successful football season, 
went all-out to capture the basketball championship too. Com- 
bining speed A\ith experience, the Barracks swiftly eliminated 
the Lowryites, the kids from Lupton Hall, and the old men, 
calling themselves the Town Students. Opponent after opponent 
was quickly disposed of and the Barracks had copped two out 
of three of Oglethorpe's Intramural Athletic Honors. However, 
credit for determination is given to Lowry Hall, Lupton Hall, 
and the Town Students for their imdauntless courage. 








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Yea Oglethorpe ... IS Rahs . . . 
Into the Air, Stormy Petrels . . . 

Betty Hogan, Louise Watkins, Beverly 
Bechtel, John Hall, Nancy Speicher, 
Joan Hofstetter, Dory Strauss, Don Fer- 
ry, Jocelyn Furey, and O. K. Sheffield. 



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THE YAMACRAW STAFF 

wishes to thank all of the students, faculty, 

and friends of the school ivho have helped 

in making this yearbook possible. 



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ETHERIDGE & VANNEMAN 



Real Estate Brokers 



LAND DEVELOPMENT — CONSTRUCTION — SALES 



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Peachtree Road at Oglethorpe University 



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BROOKHAVEN PHARMACY 

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.. 4003 Peachtree Road 
BrookhaveNj Ga. 



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5262 Peachtree Road 
Chainblee, Ga. 



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World's Largest Pest Control Company 

EM. 4545 

591 Peachtree Street 



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3050 Peachtree Road, N. E. 


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5045 Peachtree Road 


Atlanta^ Ga. 



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of 

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3989 Peachtree Road 
Brookhaven Georgia 



NORTH SIDE PHARMACY, 
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CH. 4476 

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3465 Peachtree Road, N. E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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3112 Peachtree Rd, 



( Buckhead; 
Phone CH. 2187 



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