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CHARLES LUKE WELLS
1858-1938
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THE
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CLASSES
Contents
.
.
•
ACTIVITIES
•
FRATERNITIES
•
SNAPSHOTS
ATHLETICS
Dedication
MOULTRIE GUERRY
THE
REV.
During
the past nine years,
closely connected
Mr. Guerry has been
with the University
in
the ca-
and Professor of the English
Bible.
All of his work was marked by industry,
understanding, and a complete devotion for the
University and its students.
In our sorrow at
his loss, we wish him every, success at his new
charge, and as a slight expression of our gratitude,
we dedicate this book to him.
pacity of Chaplain
THE READER
MAY HERE MEET
THOSE MEN WHOSE OFFICE IT
IS TO GUIDE AND GOVERN OUR
STAY AT THE UNIVERSITY.
The
Jniversity
THE
REV.
RT.
THEODORE DUBOSE BRATTON,
D.D.
BISHOP OF MISSISSIPPI
As
a
man who
has been closely connected with the University throughout his
Bishop Bratton
entire life,
is
admirably
His leadership during the
cellor.
visits
to
is
a
the
man
of widespread
hold the high position of Chan-
new
interests
Mountain have been an
life
into
the
inspiration
to
us
Church
in
all.
his
As
frequent
the
to obtain the
many
Bishop
University.
and experiences and
Bishop of the Province of Sewanee, he has done much
of the
has resulted
last three crucial years
splendid reforms which have instilled
Bratton
fitted to
Senior
support
for the University.
THE CHANCELLOR
rin
DR.
In
BENJAMIN FICKLIN FINNEY
this, his last
year as Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Finney has carried on the splendid
work which has marked his
the University has grown in
entire career at
size, prestige,
Sewanee.
and
stability.
Under
He
is
his
leadership
leaving a well
organized University to his successor after sixteen years of unceasing devotion.
Dr. Finney
is
his generosity,
an integral part of the school and
and
his
he bids farewell to his
extreme
office,
vitality
his interest in the
has endeared him to us
we can hope
all.
students,
Although
that he will remain with us as a
resident.
VICE-CHANCELLOR
DR.
GEORGE MERRICK BAKER
Dean
DR.
CHARLES LUKE WELLS
Dean
of the College of Arts
of the Theological
and Sciences
School
Dr. Baker has been Dean of the College
For the past sixteen years, Dr. Wells has
of Arts and Sciences since the year 1920.
served well and faithfully as
During
that time he has
to be a capable executive
His
of every student.
humor, and discussions
the delight of all
shown himself
and a
true friend
classes,
at the
sense of
Union
who know him.
are
Theological School.
noble
of the
His great learning,
and profound devotion
character,
have deeply influenced the
those with
Dean
whom
lives
of
all
he has come in contact.
Dr.
This year Dr. Wells
is
laying
down
the
Baker's high regard for the arts does not
diminish his interest in the students, to
burden of Deanship but
will continue in
say nothing of his love of golf, dogs, and
his position as Professor of Ecclesiastical
pipes.
History.
•
THE DEANS
[
13]
•
Sedley
B.
A.
Francis
(Oxon)
S.
Lynch Ware
Columbia;
Johns Hopkins
;
L.L.B.
;
Ph.D.,
Hougliteling Professor of History
George Merrick Baker
B.A.,
Dean
Ph.D., Yale
of the College of Arts and Sciences
Professor of Germanic Languages
and
William Howard MacKellar
B.A., M.A., University of the Sourh
Professor of Public Speaking
James Postell Jervey
Brigadier-General U. S. A., Retired; Honor
Graduate U. S. Military Academy; Graduate
U. S. Engineering School.
Professor of Mathematics
John Maxwell Stowell McDonald
B.A.,
Harvard; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia
Professor of Philosophy
William Waters Lewis
C.E.,
THE FACULTY
University of the South
Professor of Spanish
[
14]
Eugene Mark Kayden
B.A., University of Colorado
;
M.A., Harvard
Professor of Economics
Henry Markxey Gass
B.A. (Oxon.), B.A., M.A., University of the
South
Professor of Greek
and Acting Professor
of
Latin
Abbott Cotton Martin
B.A, M.A., University
of
Mississippi
Assistant Professor of English
Tudor Seymour Long
B.A., Cornell
Associate Professor of Englisli
Hurlbut Anton Griswold
B.A., B.D.,
Instructor
University of the Sauth
in
Bible and
Greek
Arthur Taylor Prescott
B.S.,
MA., Louisiana State University;
D.C.L., University of the South
THE FACULTY
Professor of Political Science
[15]
mMmiM
John Mark Scott
B.A., Southwestern College; M.S., Iowa State
College; Ph.D., University of Iowa
.Associate
Professor of
Chemistry
Edward McCrady,
Jr.
B.A., College of Charleston; M.A., University
of Pittsburg; Ph.D., University of Pennsyl-
Professor of Biology
The
B.A.,
Rev.
John Russell Dallinger
Harvard; B.D., Episcopal
Theological School, Cambridge
S.T.D.,
Professor of Old Testament Language
Interpretation and Acting Chaplain
and
William Skinkle Knickerbocker
B.A.,
Jesse
M.A., Ph.D., Columbia
Spaulding Professor of English
Maurice Augustus Moore
University of the South;
Carolina
B.S.,
M.A., North
Acting Assistant Professor of English
David Ethan Frierson
B.A.,
M.A.,
South Carolina;
Carolina
Ph.D.,
North
Professor of French and Dean
Sewanee French Summer School
Associate
THE FACULTY
[
16]
of
Robert Lowell Petry
Earlham; Ph.D., Princeton
B.A.,
Professor of Physics
The
B.D.,
Rev. George
Boggan Myers
University of the South; LL.B
versity of Mississippi
,
Uni-
Professor of Philosophy of Religion, Ethics,
and Sociology
Gaston Swindell Bruton
B.A.,
University of North Carolina;
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
M.A.,
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Robert
B.A.,
The Rev.
McDonald Kirkland
University
of
Chicago;
M.A.,
Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania
Professor of
New
Testament Language and
THE FACULTY
Interpretation
[
17]
FACULTY WITHOUT PICTURES
Paul Scofield McConnell
Roy Benton Davis
A.A.G.Q., B.A., University of Southern California; M.A., Princeton
Earlham College; M.A., Missouri
B.A.,
F. B. If'illiams Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor of Music and Organist,
Assistant Professor of Spanish
The
John Frederick Mover
B.S.,
Colorado State College; M.S., University
of
Ph.D.,
Wyoming
Acting Professor of Forestry
The
B.A.,
Rev. Charles
Harvard;
James Edward Thorogood
B.A., University of the South
Ph.D.,
Assistant
Dean
of the Theological School
of Ecclesiastical History and
Th.D.,
Professor of Systematic Divinity
Luke Wells
Cambridge;
Harvard
B.D.,
Rev. Royden Keith Yerkes
University of Pennsylvania;
Philadelphia Divinity School
and Professor
Canon Law
I
18
1
Professor
of
Economics
hHBH
HERE
The (lasses
WE
AND THE THEOLOGICAL
REAL NUCLEUS OF THE UNIVERSITY
PRESENT THE FOUR CLASSES
SCHOOL— TH
E
The Senior (lass
THE SENIOR CLASS
Samuel Thompson Adams
THE
PLAINS, VIRGINIA
Alpha Tau Omega
Order
of
Gownsmen,
President of Fraternity,
'38.
George Mover Alexander
55
West nth
Street
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Alpha Tau Omega
Order
of
Gownsmen,
Pi
Gamma Mu.
Marshall Ireland Barnes
BARDSTOW'N,
KENTUCKY
Kappa Sigma
Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Glee Club; President of Debate Council
President of Fraternity,
3^-'37
Pi Gamma Mu
Alpha Psi Omega;
Scholarship Society; Blue Key; President of PanHellenic Council, '36-'37; Jemison Medal for
debate, '35;
Purple Masque; German Club;
;
;
;
Inter-fraternity Athletics; Business Staff of
and Gown,
[22]
'36.
Cap
THE SENIOR CLASS
Francis
Arthur
Bass
DECHERD, TENNESSEE
Order of Gownsmen.
Franklyn Heemann Board
BURLINCTON, NORTH CAROLINA
Sigma
Nu
Gamma Mn;
of Gownsmen; Pi
Society; Purple Masque;
Order
ship
Scholar-
Debating Team.
Charles Mathews Brown
321 North Front Street
HARRISBURC, PENNSYLVANIA
Phi Delta Theta
Order
of
Football;
man
Gownsmen;
Neograph
Club;
;
Glee
Club;
Freshman
Varsity Track Squad; Ger-
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
[23]
THE SENIOR CLASS
William Sydney Burgess,
13
Broad
Jr.
Street
SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sigma
Order
of
Nu
Gownsmen; Student
Vestry; Freshman
Basketball.
Richard Christopher Cobbs
2
Ridge Avenue
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; Blue Key; Pi Gamma Mu;
Scholarship Society; Sopherim; President of Fraternity, '38;
German
Club.
Jefferson Daniel Copeland,
148 Railroad
Jr.
Avenue
BAMBERG, SOUTH CAROLINA
Phi Delta Theta
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football Squad;
German Club; Inter-fraternitv Athletics.
124]
THE SENIOR CLASS
Herbert Ephgrave,
Jr.
1016 South 42nd Street
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Sigma
Al[>lia
Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron
Delta Kappa; President of Blue Key; Pi Gamma
Mu; Football Manager, '37; S Club; Neograph;
Pan-Hellenic Council; President of Fraternity,
'37; Proctor; Scholarship Society; Editor Freshman Purple, '35; Alumni Secretary of Senior
German
Class;
Joseph
Gant Gaither,
1704 South
Main
HOPKINSVILLE,
Phi
Order
Staff;
man
Gamma
Jr.
Street
KENTUCKY
Delta
Gownsmen;
of
Club.
Mountain Goat
German
Club;
Purple
Staff; President of Fresh-
Class; Past President of Neograph; SophPresident of Fraternity, '37-'38.
erim
;
Frank Morgan
1
Gillespie, Jr.
Vance Jackson Road
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Phi Delta Tlieta
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football; Varsity
Football; Track Squad; S Club; Honor Council; Head
Proctor; Debate Council; German
Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics; President of
Fraternity,
'38.
[25]
THE SENIOR CLASS
Daniel Roger Gray,
MOUNT
Delta
Jr.
PLEASANT, TENNESSEE
Tau Delta
Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Blue
Key; Pan-Hellenic Council; Scholarship Society;
Football Managerial Staff.
Norwood Calhoun Harrison
CALHOUN
of
Society;
SOUTH CAROLINA
Kappa Phi
Pi
Order
FALLS,
Gownsmen;
Purple
Staff,
Neograph;
Scholarship
Student Assistant in
'35;
French.
James Wright Hill,
Jr.
cowan, tennessee
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Track; Student
Assistant in Economics.
126]
THE SENIOR CLASS
Louis George Hoff
436 Sherman Street
DECATUR, ALABAMA
Kappa
Sir/
ma
Order of Gownsmen; Inter-fraternity Athletics;
German Club; Freshman Tennis Team; PanHellenic
Council
Exchange Scholarship in
Munich, Germany.
;
Marion Francis Jackson,
Jr.
SEWANEE, TENNESSEE
Sigma Nu
Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Football; S Club;
Freshman Basketball; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
William Sugg Keiser
1 1
13
Exchange
UNION
Gamma
Phi
Order
of
CITY',
Delta
Gownsmen;
Basketball;
S
Street
TENNESSEE
Club;
Varsity Football; Varsity
Inter-fraternity Athletics;
German
Club.
[27]
THE SENIOR CLASS
Harvey Bascom McClellan
Washington
105
Street
HENDERSON, KENTUCKY
Sigma Alplia Epsilon
Order
of
Student
Gownsmen; Neograph Honor Council;
Phi Beta Kappa; Scholarship
;
Vestry;
Society.
Thomas Vannoy Magruder,
Jr.
2712 Hanover Circle
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Phi Delta Theta
Order
of
Gownsmen
ager,
38;
Varsity Basketball
Scholarship Society.
;
Henry Pindell Manning,
1932
West
Man-
Jr.
Fayette Street
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
of Gownsmen; Purple Masque; Alpha
Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Scholarship So-
Order
Psi
ciety.
[28]
THE SENIOR CLASS
Hexdree Brinton Milward
559 North
Broadway
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
Kappa Alpha
Order
of
Gownsmen; Omicron
Gamma Mu;
Delta Kappa; Pi
Scholarship Society;
and Gown
Purple Sports
Freshman Basketball; Varsity
Sopherim;
Editor of
Cap
Editor, '36-'37;
Basketball Squad; Blue Key; Purple Masque;
President of Fraternity, 'n-'%i; Pan-Hellenic
Council; Athletic Council; German Club; Interfraternity Athletics.
;
Jonathan Nesbitt Mitchell
102 Stanley Street
MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
Phi Delta T/ieta
Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi GamPresident; Debate Council; Blue Key;
Omicron Delta Kappa; President Pan-Hellenic
Council; President of Fraternity, '37; Cap and
Gown Staff; German Club.
Order
of
ma Mu,
James Richard Newton
WEBB, MISSISSIPPI
Kappa Sigma
Order
of
Gownsmen;
Varsity Football; S Club.
[29]
THE SENIOR CLASS
James Edward Savcy
Beverly Hills
R0SSV1LLE, GEORGIA
Kappa Sigma
Order of Gownsmen; Business Manager
and Gown; German Club.
Carl
of
Cap
Ives Schuessler
i
13
5
Broadway
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA
Gamma
Phi
Delta
Order of Gownsmen; Scholarship Society; Head
Waiter; Varsity Track; Varsity Football; S
Club;
Blue Key; Inter-fraternity Athletics;
German
Club.
Howell Hobson Shelton
3801
Maplewood Avenue
DALLAS, TEXAS
Phi Delta Thcta
Order
of
Gownsmen; German Club;
ternity
[30]
Athletics.
Inter-fra-
THE SENIOR CLASS
Dexter Stanphill
COTTON" PLANT, MISSISSIPPI
Phi
Gamma
Delta
Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Football, Captain;
Varsity Basketball;
S
Club; Inter-fraternity
Athletics.
Arthur Lyon Vaiden
618 Morehead
Avenue
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
Alpha Tau Omega
Gownsmen; Neograph;
German Club;
Order
of
ciety;
Blue Key;
Scholarship SoInter-fraternity
Athletics.
John Rushing Welsh,
Jr.
MONROE, NORTH CAROLINA
Kappa Siama
Order of Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; President
of
Fraternity,
Purple;
'37~'38;
German
Business
Club;
Manager
Inter-fraternity
of
Ath-
letics.
[31]
THE SENIOR CLASS
William North Wilkerson
324 South Front Street
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Delia
Order
of
Tau Delia
Gownsmen; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron
Delta Kappa, President; Editor of Purple;
President of German Club; President of Sopherim; Past President of Neograph
Blue Key;
President of Fraternity; Pi Gamma Mu Purple
Masque; Alpha Psi Omega; Scholarship Society;
;
;
Inter-fraternity
Athletics.
James Hager Williams
SEWANEE, TENNESSEE
Phi
Gamma
Delta
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football; Business Manager Mountain Goat.
36-*37
Editor
Mountain Goat, '37-'38; Sopherim
German
J
;
;
Club.
William Finley Wright
2134
Wyoming Avenue,
WASHINGTON,
D.
N.
W.
C.
Alpha Tau Omega
Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Glee Club; Purple
Masque;
[32]
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
The Junior (lass
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Samuel Lanham Allen
Elm
206
St.,
LANCASTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sit/ma
Nu
Order of Gownsmen; Choir; Glee Club; German Club; Waiters' Union; Frosh Track; Interfraternitv
Athletics.
Joseph Addison Atkins
SEWANEE, TENNESSEE
Phi Delta
Theta
Order of Gownsmen;
Masque;
German
Club;
Purple
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
Walter Harrison Beste
Alamo
6370
ST.
Ave..
LOUIS, MISSOURI
Kappa Sigma
Order
Gownsmen; German Club;
of
Student
Vestry; Acolyte.
Arch
Bishop, Jr.
Golf Club Lane.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Phi Delta Theta
Honor Council Secretary
of Gownsmen
German Club; Pan-Hellenic; Blue Key; In-
Order
of
;
;
ter-fraternitv Athletics.
Samuel Boykin
BOVKIN, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order
of
Gownsmen; German Club;
Manager,
Cruse
C.
'38;
Football
Blue Key.
Brasewell
OEMOPOLIS,
ALABAMA
Alpha Tau Omega
Order
of
Gownsmen; German Club;
ternity Athletics.
t
34]
Inter-fra-
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Robert Samuel Brown,
Walnut
Jr.
St.,
SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE
Sigma Chi
Order
of
Gownsmen; German Club;
Team; "S" Club.
Tennis
Bertram Cleveland Cooper
206 W. Liberty St..
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Order
of
Erxest
Gownsmen;
Choir.
W. Cottex
3508 C1IK Road,
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; German Club; Proctor;
Blue Key; Glee Club; Neograph, '35; Phi Beta
Kappa.
Thomas Rl'therford Cravens
SEVVANEE, TENNESSEE
Kappa Alpha
Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Football Squad;
Varsity Tennis Team; "S" Club; German Club;
Inter-fraternitv
Athletics.
Gilbert Grosvenor Edson
Shoreham Hotel,
WASHINGTON, D.
C.
Alpha Tau Omega
Order of Gownsmen; Neograph;
Freshman
Tennis; German Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
Joseph
Hugh
Frasier
MILBROOK, ALABAMA
Alpha Tau Omega
Order
of
Gownsmen;
Varsity Football; "S" Club.
[35]
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Wallace Henderson Gage
107 Cole Ave..
WILLIAMSTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS
Order
Kappa Alpha
of Gownsmen;
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
William Morris Given,
4312 9th Court
Jr.
So.,
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Phi Delta Tliela
Order
ple
of
Gownsmen; Purple
Masque; Cap and
Gown
Staff,
'id-'n; Pur-
Staff, '37;
German
Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
Robert Adam Gray,
Jr.
4516 Clairmont Ave.
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Phi Delta The/a
Order of Gownsmen; German Club; Moun'.ain
Goat Staff.
Alexander Guerry,
Jr.
Oak St.,
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
605
Order
of
Gownsmen; German Club; Neograph;
Editor freshman Purple, '36; Basketball Squad;
Football Squad; Tennis Team; "S" Club; Blue
Key; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Pi Gamma Mu; Proctor; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
Oliver Morgan Hall
1203 Washington Ave.,
GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; Football Squad; "S" Club;
German Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
Walter Vernon Higgens
1711 8th Ave. North,
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; Football Squad; "S" Club;
Inter-fraternity
136]
Athletics.
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Otto K.
35
L.
Kirch ner-Dean
Chestnut
St.,
NEW YORK
Gownsmen; Purple Masque.
LIBERTY,
Order
of
Walter Lewis McGoldrick
632 N. Dunlap,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Delia
Tau Delia
Order of Gownsmen;
Council,
Leslie
McLaurin,
223
S.
Coit
German
Debate
Club;
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
'38;
Jr.
St.,
FLORENCE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Phi
Order
'3
of
Gamma
Delia
Gownsmen; Glee Club; Choir;
Purple,
Pan-Hellenic Council; Waiter's Union;
German Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
5~*36
;
Edwin Malcolm McPherson,
Jr.
Route No. 2, West Beach.
CULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI
Phi Delta T/ieta
Order of Gownsmen; Glee Club; Purple Staff,
'36, '37; Mountain Goat Staff; Cap and Gown
Staff; Purple Masque; Alpha Psi Omega; Football Managerial Staff; Varsity Track Squad;
Varsity Track Manager, '38; Choir, '36, '37;
German Club; Inter-fraternity Athletics.
William Stillwell
115 E. Liberty
Mann
St..
SAVANNAH, CEORCIA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen.
Mitchele Albert Nevin Patton,
Jr.
Summerville Road,
ROME, GEORCIA
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football; Varsity Football Squad; Acolyte;
German Club;
Inter-fraternity Athletics.
[3?:;
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Ralph Thompson Phillips
EUROPA, MISSISSIPPI
Sit/
ma Nu
Order of Gownsmen; Varsity Football; "S"
Club; German Club; Inter-fraternity Ath'etics.
Thomas Tyre
Phillips, Jr.
360 Sorrento Rd.,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Order of Gownsmen; Freshman Football; VarSquad; Glee Club; Postmaster;
sity Football
German
Club.
Richard Stanley Quisenberrv
Thomas Ave.,
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA
5
Order
Kappa Sigma
of Gownsmen; German Club; Freshman
Union;
Waiter's
Basketball;
Inter-fraternity
Athletics.
Thomas Adrian
Rose, Jr.
4222 Arcady.
DALLAS, TEXAS
Sit/ma Alpha Epsilon
Order
of
Gownsmen; German
Club.
Edward Hartwell Kidder Smith
1109 South 33rd
St..
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
S it/ ma
Order
of
Nu
Gownsmen; German Club; Cap and
Gown
Staff.
Randell Croft Stoney
573 Huger St..
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Alpha Tau Omega
Freshman Basketball
Order of Gownsmen;
Squad; Pan-Hellenic Council; Blue Key; President of Fraternity; German Club; Glee Club;
Inter-fraternity
C
3S
]
Athletics.
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Pride Tomlinson, Jr.
607 West 7th St..
COLUMBIA, TENN.
Kappa Alpha
of Gownsmen;
Pan-Hellenic Council;
German Club; Inter-fraternitv Athletics.
Order
W.
Turner, Jr.
Route 3, Hamilton Road,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Robert
Sigma Nu
Order
of
Russell
Gownsmen; German Club; Blue Kev.
Wood Turner
1010 East Ninth
St..
WINFIELD, KANSAS
Phi Delta Theta
Order of Gownsmen; Debate Council; President
of Purple
of
Alpha
Masque; Phi Beta Kappa; President
Psi
Omega; German Club;
Inter-fra-
ternitv Athletics.
George Noble
331 10th
St..
Wagnon
N. E.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Sigma Nu
Order of Gownsmen; Cheer Leader; Neograph
Sopherim; Purple Staff; German Club; Inter;
fraternitv
Athletics.
Jack Adrian Whitley
3504 Cornell
St..
DALLAS, TEXAS
Phi Delta Theta
Order of
German Club; Varsity
Blue Key; Inter-fraternity
Gownsmen;
Football; "S" Club;
Athletics.
Timothy Glyne Williams
decherd, tennessee
Order
of
Gownsmen.
[39]
THE JUNIOR CLASS
WITHOUT PICTURES
George Monroe Colston
Stanley Frederick Laws
111 Pleasant Ave.,
WINXHESTER, TENNESSEE
STURCIS,
Varsity Football Squad; Varsity Basketball.
MICHICAN
Sigma Nu
Order
of
Gownsmen;
Basketball;
"S"
Varsity Football; Varsity
Football;
Freshman
Club;
Freshman Basketball; Inter-fraternity
J.
Fayette Gordon Hopper
St.
John's Rectory,
COHOES,
NEW YORK
Sigma Alpha
Order
of
William Clarence Morrell
BRISTOL,
E/>silon
Gownsmen;
Inter-fraternitv Athletics.
TENNESSEE
Varsity Basketball; Purple,
[40]
'37.
Athletics.
The Sophomore (lass
SOPHOMORE CLASS
Shubael T. Beasley,
South Main
99
Jr.
St.,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Delta
Tau Delta
Walter Robert Belford
1107 East Duffy
St.,
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Delta Tau Delta
Wendell
V.
Brown
Chickasha Ave..
CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA
SOI
Kappa Sigma
Noel Carpenter
509 Line
St..
DECATUR, ALABAMA
Kappa Alpha
James Walker Coleman,
Jr.
Tradd St..
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
40
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
William James Cochrane,
903 South Madison.
WEBB
MISSOURI
CITY,
S iff ma
W. Houston
Nu
Crozier, Jr.
903 School
St..
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Albert
139
L.
Dade,
South Main
HENDERSON,
Jr.
St.,
KENTUCKY
Delta Tau Delta
Leslie Roger Darr, Jr.
JASPER, TENNESSEE
Kappa Sigma
James
P.
DeWolfe,
1204 Lovett Blvd.,
HOUSTON, TEXAS
Delta
[42]
Tau Delta
Jr.
Jr.
SOPHOMORE CLASS
William
Duckworth
C.
Westwood.
JACKSON, TENNESSEE
402
Sit/ma Alpha Epsilon
William Morgan Edwards
599 University Place,
grosse point, m1chican
Haywood Clark Emerson
621 Dork St.,
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
Delta Tau Delta
Wharton Evans
Philip
3405 Lowell
St.,
WASHINGTON,
G.
N. W.,
D.
C.
Baucum Fllkerson
Route
1,
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
Sigma Chi
John Taylor Green
Hillcrest,
NATCHEZ,
MISSISSIPPI
Kappa Sigma
George M. Harris,
Jr.
Bryant Ave.,
BLADENSBURG, MARYLAND
13
Kappa Alpha
Thomas Ralph Hatfield
3303 Hazelwood.
DETROIT,
Phi
MICHIGAN
Gamma
Delta
William Hosking
CADSDEN, ALABAMA
Frank Newton Howden
SHEFFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS
[43
]
SOPHOMORE CLASS
Albert Sydney Johnson
Exchange Bldg.,
CLEVELAND, OHIO
1300 Builders
Phi
Gamma
Delta
Thomas Stanley Jones
221 5th Ave. "West,
DECATUR, ALABAMA
Phi Delta Theta
John William Jourdan,
1508 Delaney
Jr.
St.,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Delta
Tau Delta
B. Kilpatrick, Jr.
Chester
227 Bronson,
ANTONIO, TEXAS
SAN
Phi Delta Theta
Richard A. Kirchhoffer,
Dauphin
1304
Jr.
St.,
ALABAMA
MOBILE,
Sigma Alpha
Epsilo?i
John Keiper Longenecker,
1321 State
Jr.
St..
HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA
Phi Delta Theta
W. McKinley,
Erskine
1212
South 30th
Jr.
St.,
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
William Finley Milligan
333 N.
Water
LIBERTY,
St..
MISSOURI
Sigma Nu
John Martin Nester
Dearborn St.,
MOBILE, ALABAMA
205 S.
Alpha Omega Newberry,
101 Pollock
NEW
[44]
St.,
BERN, NORTH CAROLINA
Jr.
SOPHOMORE CLASS
*
Samuel Myers Ratliff
South Jefferson St..
PRINCETON, KENTUCKY
317
Sigma Nu
Hexry Spenxer
Box
JOPLIN,
MISSOURI
Sigma
Robert
Ross
54,
Nu
E. Seibels, Jr.
1336 Pickens
St..
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Sigma Alalia Epsilon
Robert T. Snow
Peachtree,
1379
ATLANTA,
GEORGIA
Alpha Tau Omega
Robert Galloway Snowdex
1325
Lamar
Ave.,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Laverne
B. Spake, Jr.
Oakland Ave..
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
2000
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Theodore DuBose Stoxey
573 Huger St.,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Alpha Tau Omega
Josiah Wilkins Stout
927
Madison
St..
CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE
Phi
Gamma
Delta
John Spaulding Varley
1756
New Hamilton St.,
ALABAMA
MOBILE,
Delta Tau Delta
Ransom Varley
New Hamilton St..
ALABAMA
Delta Tau Delta
1756
MOBILE,
[45]
SOPHOMORE CLASS
Jeremiah Green Wallace,
1520
S.
Fourth
Jr.
St.,
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
Delta Tau Delta
Wilmer Wing
B.
Interlochen Ave.,
?.24
WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
Kappa Alpha
Gilbert Greer Wright,
III
Eldon Road.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Phi Delta Theta
SOPHOMORE CLASS
WITHOUT PICTURES
Kenneth Roy Gregg
James Robert Lasater
Shamrock Heights,
MONTEAGLE, TENNESSEE
BOONEVILLE, MISSOURI
Phi
Gamma
Delta
Sigma Nu
Eugene
William
P. I jams
926 South 6th
J.
Smith
1109 South 33rd
St..
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
St.,
TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA
Kappa Sigma
Bernard Everett Wrigley,
417 Bigelow
St.,
PEORIA, ILLINOIS
[46]
Jr.
The freshman (lass
FRESHMAN CLASS
*
David O. Andrews,
16
St.
Jr.
Andrews Fairway
Memphis, Tennessee
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Russell
Andrews,
E.
River Avenue
Jr.
Rome, Georgia
Kappa Alpha
William M. Asger
413 Russell Street
Nashville, Tennessee
George Albert Atkins
Sewanee, Tennessee
Phi Delta Theta
Horace Bishop Baird
4229 University Blvd.
Dallas,
Texas
Phi Delia Theta
Frank Jervey Ball
51
Broad
Street
Charleston, South Carolina
Alpha Tau Omega
George Mills Berry
1406 Washington Ave.
Delta
Alton,
Illinois
Chicago,
Illinois
Tau Delta
Robert V. Bodfish
333
North Michigan
Kappa Sigma
Hiram Wilks Brawley
Pinckney Street
South
Chester,
Carolina
Sigma Nu
Albert A. Castleberry
Sewanee, Tennessee
Nicholas H. Cobbs,
Quarters 45
West
Jr.
Point,
New York
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Richard
311 East
S.
Corry
King Street
Quincy,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Florida
James Daniel Cotter
6000 Dodson Avenue
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Delta
Tau Delta
John Francis Crawford
869 Clifton Road
Atlanta, Georgia
Kappa Alpha
Robert
S.
Crowder,
Jr.
Parsons, Tennessee
[48]
I
***
*$
FRESHMAN CLASS
*
Roy T. Crownover
Decherd, Tennessee
Charles M. Cru.mbaker
Buckingham Drive
152
Indianapolis, Indiana
Tau Delta
Delta
Stewart Currie
Welch, West Virginia
267 Maple Avenue
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Frank
J.
Dana,
Hampton Ave.
1212
Jr.
Columbia, South Carolina
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phillip
W. DeWolfe
1204 Lovett Blvd.
Delta
Houston, Texas
Tau Delta
William Mason Dillard
317
Asaph
S.
Alexandria, Virginia
Street
John Henry Duncan
P.
O. Box 53
Jacksonville,
Florida
Alpha Tau Omego
David Patterson Dyer
Ridgetop, Tennessee
Delta
Tau Delta
Marshall
J.
Ellis
Macon, Georgia
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
104 Stanislaus Drive
John
R. Enochs, Jr.
Wilson, Arkansas
Kappa Alpha
William B. Eyster
Decatur, Alabama
426 Sherman Street
Phi Delta Theta
Eugene Algeo Fleming
Jackson
^^:^
Highway
Columbia, Tennessee
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Thomas
212 24th Ave.,
E.
Gallavan
Nashville, Tennessee
S.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Damon
R.
F.
D.
5
F.
Garner
Cowan, Tennessee
James Vance Gillespie
San Antonio, Texas
Vance Jackson Road
Phi Delta Theta
[49]
FRESHMAN CLASS
*
John Brown Hagler
606
W. Broadway
211
Main
Lenoir City, Tennessee
Winfield
B.
Hale,
III
Rogersville, Tennessee
Street
Delta
Tau Delta
William Alexander Hall,
Jr.
Blakely, Georgia
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
LaFayette H. Hamilton
Maple
108 South
Covington, Tennessee
Delta
St.
Phi
Gamma
James David Heaney
Corpus
720 Cavaucahua
Phi
Gamma
Christi,
Texas
Delta
L. Henderson, Jr.
Sherwood, Tennessee
John
Kappa Alpha
66 East
Alan C. Hinshelwood
Gainesville, Georgia
Washington St.
John L. Holmes, Jr.
Jacksonville, Florida
Avenue
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
3561 Fitch
Jo Jack
5420
Worth
Holstun
Dallas,
Street
Frederick H.
Texas
Howe
67 Fair Oaks
St.
Louis,
Missouri
Kappa Alpha
Guy Raymond Hurt
Maumee, Ohio
228 East Harrison Ave.
Sigma Nu
Thomas M. Johnson,
530
Orme
Circle,
Jr.
Atlanta, Georgia
N. E.
Kappa Alpha
Thomas
S.
Jordan
Town, West
Kappa Alpha
The Inn
Charles
Virginia
Jay Malcom Julian
2725 Giddings
Chicago, Illinois
St.
Phi
Gamma
Delta
Robert Dalby Kuehnle
310
S.
Commerce
St.
Natchez, Mississippi
Kappa Sigma
[50]
FRESHMAN CLASS
*
Harry
F.
Laws
Pleasant Ave.
iii
Sturgis,
Michigan
Clendon Hunt Lee
Miramar Ave.
3716
Dallas,
Phi Delta
Texas
Theta
Lenoir Valentine Lee
Miramar Ave.
3716
Dallas,
Phi Delia
Charles W. Lokey,
4342
Cliff
Road
Phi Delia
Texas
Theta
Jr.
Birmingham, Alabama
Theta
George M. McCloud
2106 West End Ave.
Nashville, Tennessee
Sit/
ma Nu
Lee McGriff,
Jr.
Birmingham, Alabama
Phi Delta Theta
306 North 90th
St.
Robert C.
Macon
Nashville, Tennessee
1404 Gale Lane
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Edward Lawson
36
Loomis Avenue
Nu
Sigma
Alden Taylor
431 N.
208
Mann
Daytona Beach, Florida
Phi Delta Theta
Grandview Ave.
Matthews
Davis Lyen
W. Mountain Ave.
Henry
21 10
Mahl
Windsor, Connecticut
E.
Jacksonville,
Alabama
Meleney
Nashville, Tennessee
Ashwood Ave.
Delta
Tau Delta
Roger Lyon Miner
Sewanee, Tennessee
Delta Tau Delta
George
Morris, Jr.
L.
Birmingham, Alabama
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
312 Farlev Bldg.
de Rosset
22
Water
Street
Myers
Charleston, South Carolina
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
J.
Denver Normand
607 Maison-Blanche Bldg.
New
Kappa Alpha
Ml
1
Orleans, Louisiana
FRESHMAN CLASS
*
James Franklin Parkes
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
Delia
Pulaski Street
Phi
Gamma
Thomas
1805 Avenue J
Phi
Phillips
Gamma
Galveston, Texas
Delta
Alexander W. Robb
1 1
17
Henderson
Columbia, South Carolina
St.
Sigma Nil
Frank Wall Robert
4015 Sist
St.,
Apt. B-24
Jackson Heights, N. Y.
Kappa Alpha
Charles
Route
Robinson,
S.
Jr.
Franklin, Tennessee
5
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Wallace
C.
Robinson
Dayton, Tennessee
+02 Market Street
Sigma Alplia Epsilon
Howard Allen Sadler
8
Birmingham, Alabama
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Rockledge Road
John
A. Scales
Starkville, Mississippi
Dan
C. Scarborough, III
840 Trabue Street
Phi Delta
Shreveport, Louisiana
Theta
William H. Skinner
Route
6,
Box 410
Jacksonville, Florida
Kappa Sigma
Claude Smith
Sewanee, Tennessee
Clyde Wiley Smith
Sewanee, Tennessee
Robert McDavid Smith
9
Birmingham, Alabama
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Rockdell Lane
Stockton H. Smith
3405 Lykes Avenue
Alplia
Tampa, Florida
Tau Omega
James Brantley Solomon
Blakely, Georgia
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
[52]
FRESHMAh
CLASS
William M. Spencer,
14
III
Birmingham, Alabama
Ridge Avenue
Theta
Phi Delta
Walter Byron
109
S.
Prospect
St.
Stehl, Jr.
Hagerstown, Maryland
Kappa Alpha
f^j^^^^yf€.
M. D. Cooper Stockell,
^^
Jr.
Donelson, Tennessee
Alpha Tau Omega
Pickens Coles Talley
Lakeland, Florida
1918 Seminole Trail
Alplia
Tau Omega
Pall McNeel Thrasher,
Jr.
Porter Military Academy, Charleston, So. Carolina
Sigma Alplia Epsilon
Robert K. Vibert,
90
Main
Nu
Sigma
Charles
84 N. Crest
Jr.
Unionville, Connecticut
Street
Wallace
F.
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Road
Delta
John
F.
Tau Delta
Watkins,
Phi Delta
Lowrey
Jr.
Alabama
Faunsdale,
Theta
Weed,
A.
Jr.
New York
155 East 34th Street
City
Phi Delta Theta
James Edgar Whitt
Yalaha, Florida
Kappa Sigma
Frank
E.
Williams
Springfield, Missouri
1352 N. Robberson
Sigma
Nu
Robert H. Woodrow,
3217 Salisbury Road
Sigma Nu
[53]
Jr.
Birmingham, Alabama
FRESHMAN CLASS
WITHOUT PICTURES
Atlee Neal Chittim
228
West Mulberry
Marion M. Kerr
San Antonio, Texas
St.
Roy Benton
George H. Nesselrode
Davis, Jr.
Tau Omega
Route
Nashville, Tennessee
7
Sigma
Theta
Nu
James Brooks Thomas
Preston C. Fowlkes
Fort Davis,
Kansas
Edwin H. Reeves
San Antonio, Texas
Phi Delia
City,
Phi Delta Theta
James C. Dennis
517 Harrison Ave.
Kansas
1200 Huron Building
Sewanee, Tennessee
Alplia
LaGrange, Georgia
105 Dixie Street
Texas
5
Sigma Nu
Union
Selma,
Street
Alabama
Phi Delta Theta
Arthur D. Whittington
Joe Roy Hickerson, Jr.
Cowan, Tennessee
1706 Fifth Avenue, N.
Birmingham, Alabama
Sigma Nu
Alpha Tau Omega
[54]
The Theologs
THE THEOLOGS
Leonard
C. Bailey
OCALA, FLORIDA
B.A., M.A., University of Florida
Diocese of Florida
Lee A. Belford
107 East Duffy Street
i
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
B.A., University of the South
Diocese of Georgia
Lawrence M. Berry
1406 Washington
Avenue
ALTON, ILLINOIS
B.S.,
University of
Alabama
Diocese of Springfield
Cyril Best
Waiola Avenue
LAGRANGE, ILLINOIS
301
B.A., University of the South
Diocese of Springfield
Wyatt Brown,
Jr.
North Front Street
HARRISBURC, PENNSYLVANIA
321
B.A., University of the South
Diocese of Harrisburg
Alfred
P.
Chambliss,
Jr.
PEE DEE, SOUTH CAROLINA
B.A., University of
Alabama
Diocese of South Carolina
Allen
B.
Clarkson
722 High Street
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
B.A., University of South Carolina
Diocese of Upper Sout/i Carolina
N. Chafee Croft
p. O. Box 485
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
B.A.,
University of South Carolina
Diocese of South Carolina
[56]
THE THEOLOGS
James
Duncan
L.
1778 Blvd. Drive, N. E.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
B.A., M.A.,
Emory
University
Diocese of Atlanta
George A. Fox
BONITA, LOUISIANA
M.A., B.D., Vanderbilt
Diocese of Tennessee
Waites Rees Haynesworth
302 North Salem Avenue
SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
B.A.,
Citadel
Diocese of South Carolina
James H. MacConnell
Avenue
60 Sip
NEW
JERSEY CITY,
JERSEY
B.A., University of the South
New
Diocese of Central
Aubry
Maxted
C.
345 Live
York
Oak
Street
PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI
A.B., Millsaps
Diocese of Mississippi
David
R.
S.
R.
Rose
No. 2
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
B.A.,
University of the South
Diocese of Tennessee
Cyril N. Sturrup
21
Forsyth Place
NEWBURG-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK
Diocese of Upper
Guy
S.
S.
C.
Usher
LANCASTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
M.A., B.D., Vanderbilt
Diocese of Tennessee
(NO PICTURE)
IVESON NoLAND
BATON ROUGE,
B.A., L.
S.
LA.
U.
Diocese of Louisiana
[57]
THE BOARD OF REGENTS
Members
Warren Kearney,
Rt. Rev. T. D. Bratton, D.D., Chancellor
Benjamin
New
D.C.L., Chairman
....
Finney, LL.D., rice-Chancellor
F.
.
.
Orleans, La.
Jackson, Miss.
Sewanee, Tenn.
Rt. Rev.
Frank
A.
Juhan, D.D
Jacksonville, Fla.
Rt. Rev.
Henry
J.
Mikell, D.D
Atlanta, Ga.
Rt. Rev.
Charles Clingman, D.D
Rev.
Thomas
N. Carruthers, B.D., M.A.
Rev. Charles
Rev. R.
L.
W.
Sheerin,
D.D
Bland Mitchell, D.D
Louisville,
.
.
.
Houston, Texas
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Birmingham, Ala.
New
Kemper Williams, D.C.L
Frank Hoyt Gailer, D.C.L
Orleans, La.
Memphis, Tenn.
Joseph E. Hart
York,
William
E.
Baldwin, D.C.L
Charles
E.
Thomas,
Ky.
S.
C.
Cleveland, Ohio
Secretary
Indianapolis,
[58]
Ind.
<>'
FRATERNITY
HOUSES
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
KAPPA SIGMA
PHI
DELTA THETA
DELTA TAU DELTA
KAPPA ALPHA
PHI
GAMMA
DELTA
SIGMA NU
Fraternities
'...
THE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
Officers
Nesbitt Mitchell, President
Arch
Bishop,
Jr.,
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta
Secretary-Treasurer
Members
William Wilkerson,
Delta Tau Delta
II
Daniel R. Gray
Delta Tau Delta
Hendree Milward
Pride
Kappa Alpha
Tomlinson
Kappa Alpha
Carl Schuessler
Leslie
McLauren
Gamma
Delta
Phi
Gamma
Delta
William Cochrane, Jr
Sigma
Nu
Henry
Sigma
Nu
S.
Ross
Lyon Vaiden
Alpha Tau Omega
Randell Stoney
Alpha Tau Omega
Herbert Ephgrave
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Houston Crozier
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Marshall Barnes
Kappa Sigma
John Welsh
Kappa Sigma
The Pan-Hellenic Council
the Mountain.
and
Phi
is
composed of two representatives from each
This council governs the actions of the
at other times
when cooperative
rotated annually
action
among
is
needed.
fraternities
The
officers
the various delegations.
[61]
fraternity on
during rush week
of the council are
TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER
Installed 1872
Founded: Virginia Military
Colors: Old Gold and Skv Blue
Institute,
1865
Members
In Officio
The
Rt. Rev. T. D.
Bratton
Dr. G. M. Baker
Dr. B. F. Finney
In Facilitate
Mr. W. M. MacKellar
Dr.
Mr.
Dr. Edward McCrady,
R. B.
Davis
J.
M. Scott
Jr.
In Academia
Frank Ball
Sam Adams
Cooper Stockell
George Alexander
Randell Stoney
Cruse Brasewell
Al Chambliss
Theodore Stoney
Roy Davis
Gilbert Edson
Pickens Talley
John Duncan
Joe Hickerson
Lyon Vaiden
Joe Frasier
Robert Snow
Finley Wright
Stockton Smith
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
[62]
SIGMA
ALPHA
EPSILO
TENNESSEE
OMEGA CHAPTER
Installed 1SS1
Founded: University
of
Alabama, 1856
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold
Members
In Officio
Dr. R. M. Kirbv-Smith
In Facilitate
Mr. T.
S.
Long
Mr. H. A. Griswold
/;;
Mr. M. A. Moore
Acadcmia
Sam Boykin
M. A. Nevtn Patton
Allen Clarkson
David Rose
Tim Gallavan
Chris Coebs
Thomas Rose
Walter Higgins
Walker Coleman
Robert Seibels
Robert
Ernest Cotten
Robert Snowden
William
Houston Crozier
LaVerne Spake
George Morris
Duckworth
Algeo Fleming
Macon
Mann
D. O. Andrews
de Rosset
Bert Ephgrave
Hamner Cobbs
Charles Robinson
Alex Guerry
Richard Corry
Wallace Robinson
Morgan Hall
Stewart Currie
Howard Sadler
John Holmes
Frank Dana
Robert Smith
Dick Kirchoffer
Marshall Ellis
James Solomon
Bill
Harvey McClellan
Myers
Paul Thrasher
jLSN
^&m~Mzm?^*.
SSF
TENNESSEE OMEGA CHAPTER
Installed 1882
Founded: University
of Virginia,
Colors: Scarlet, Green, and
1869
White
Members
In Officio
Mr. H.
//;
Dr.
Facilitate
W.
//;
R. Flintoff
S.
Knickerbocker
Accidentia
Marshall Barnes
Louis Hoff
John Welsh
Harrison Beste
Robert Kuehnle
Robert Bodfish
Wendell Brown
James Newton
Robert Crowder
Roger Darr
Stanley Quisenberrv
William Skinner
John Green
James Savoy
James Whitt
Eugene Smith
KAPPA
SIGMA
ALPHA
KAPPA
ALPHA
ALPHA CHAPTER
Installed i88j
Founded: Washington and Lee Uni-
Colors: Crimson
and Gold
versity, 1865
Members
//;
Mr. A.
C.
Facultate
Martin
-
Col. A. T. Prescott
In Academia
Howe
Noel Carpenter
Thomas Johnson
Fred
Rutherford Cravens
Hendree Milward
Thomas Jordan
James Duncan
Pride Tomlinson
Denver Normand
Wallace Gage
Wilmer Wing
Frank Robert
George Harris
Russell Andrews
Walter Stehl
Jack Crawford
John Enochs
Jack Henderson
m*
GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER
Installed iqiq
Founded: Washington and Jefferson
Colors: Royal Purple
College, 18+8
Members
In Facilitate
Gen.
J.
///
P.
Jervev
Academia
McLauren
David Heaney
John Ehrsam
Leslie
Gant Gaither
Carl Schuessler
Malcolm Julian
Thomas Hatfield
Dexter Stanphill
James Parkes
Sugg Keiser
James Williams
Thomas
James Lasater
LaF, IYETTE H. IMILTON
Josiah Stout
PHI
GAMMA
r«i
Phillips
DELTA
M
BETA
N
U
OMICRON CHAPTER
Installed
iSSq
Founded: Virginia Military
Institute,
Colors: Black, White, and
1868
Members
In Facultate
Dr.
In
S.
L.
A cad
Wake
una
Samuel Allen
William Mii.ligan
Ray Hurt
Cyril Best
Ralph Phillips
Edward Maul
Frankly* Board
T. T. Phillips
George McCloud
Sydney Burgess
Samuel Ratliff
Zan Robb
William Cochrane
Edwin Reeves
Robert Vibert
Kenneth Gregg
Henry
Frank Williams
M.
Hartwell Smith
Robert Woodrow
Robert Turner
iveson
F.
Jackson
Stanley Laws
George
Ross
Wagnon
Arthur Whittington
noland
Gold
cAlma Mater
Alma Mater, Sewanee,
My
glorious
I will give
God
my
ever be,
—
all to thee
bless thee to eternity.
Thou
O
Mother
canst
make me worth
the while,
guide and shelter me,
And
My
all
my
life,
star thou
It
through storm and
strife,
be.
— Newton
Middleton.
THE READER
Activities
FACTORS
IS
INTRODUCED TO SOME OF THOSE
OF THE CLASSROOM WHICH
OUTSIDE
HELP TO MAKE OUR UNIVERSITY
WHAT
IT
IS.
Left
to
Right,
Seated: Major MacKellar, Major Gass, Dr. Baker, Dr. Petry, Dr,
Standing: Ephgrave, McClellan, Gray, Manning, Wilkerson.
PHI
Dr.
Ware.
BETA KAPPA
National Honorary Scholarship Fraternity
Founded
at
William and Mary
in
1776
TENNESSE BETA CHAPTER
Established at Seiuanee 192b
Membership
In Facilitate
W.
Dr. R.
L.
Knickerbocker
Petrv
Dr. D.
Dr. G. M. Baker
Mr. H. M. Gass
Mr. W. H. MacKellar
Dr.
L.
Ware
Mr.
Mr.
William N. Wilkerson
Daniel R. Gray
Harvey McClellan
Dr. B.
F.
Dr.
Finney
//;
Herbert Ephgrave,
Nesbitt Mitchell
Students
who
Jr.
S.
S.
Dr. G.
E.
J.
F..
Academia
Henry P. Manninc
Alex Guerry, Jr.
attain the distinction of being elected
highest
scholastic
distinction
a student can
[73]
W. Cotten
Ernest
Russell Turner
John
to
R.
achieve
Welsh
Phi Beta Kappa must have
averaged ninety for six semesters or ninety-two for five semesters.
the
Frierson
Bruton
M. Kavden
E. Thorocood
S.
during
his
It
is
considered
college
career.
Seated: Major Gass, Dr. Finney, Dr. Baker.
Standing: Ephgrave, Milward, Wilkerson.
Left to Right,
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA
National Honorary Leadership Society
Founded
at
Washington and Lee
in
1914
ALPHA ALPHA CIRCLE
Established at Seivance 1929
Membership
In Facilitate
Mr. T.
Mr. R.
Finney
Dr. G. M. Baker
Dr. B.
F.
S.
B.
Long
Mr. H. M. Gass
Gen. W. R. Smith
Davis
In Acadtmia
William Wilkerson
Herbert Ephcrave
Omicron Delta Kappa
body.
With
It
is
Hendree Milward
Nesbitt Mitchell
Alex Guerrv, Jr.
restricted in
membership
David
S.
Rose
Aubrey Maxted
to three per cent of
the student
brings together the leaders in the various fields of activity on the Mountain.
the exception of Phi Beta Kappa,
it
is
the
campus which has
[74
1
most sought honor on every college
a chapter.
HONOR COUNCIL
Members
Harvey McClellan,
Senior Class
President
Frank. Gillespie
Arch
Senior Class
Bishop, Jr
Junior Class
Alex Guerrv, Jr
Junior Class
Walker Coleman
Sophomore Class
Richard Corry
Freshman Class
Lawrence M. Berry
A
Theological School
Council composed of two Seniors, two Juniors, one Sophomore, one Freshman, and
one Theological student
Sewanee Honor Code.
Honor Code
is
entrusted with the judgment of
The
Council
is
called only
when
all
there
infringments of the
is
need of
applies not only in the classroom but in all activities on the
and
it
is
signed by
all
students upon entering the University.
[75]
it.
The
Mountain,
Right, First Row: Vaiden, Boiling. Cobbs.
Second Row: Ephgrave, Cotten, McClellan.
Left to
THE ORDER OF
GOWNSMEN
Officers
Richard W. Bolling
President
Lyon Vaiden
Vice-President
Christopher Cobbs
Secretary-Treasurer
Committees
Publications Committee
Harvey McClellan
Hendree Milward
Ernest Cotten
Student Activities Fee Committee
Lyon Vaiden
Herbert Ephgrave
Robert Turner
The Order
body.
of
Gownsmen,
consisting of Juniors and Seniors,
Last year they assumed additional responsibility
and, as a result,
were rewarded
this year
in
is
the student governing
their
governing functions
with additional privileges.
distinguished by black academic gowns.
[76]
The Order
is
Left to
Seated: Ephgrave, Gillespie, Bishop.
Standing: Cotten, Guerry, Croft.
Right,
PROCTORS
The Members
Frank
Gillespie,
Head
Proctor
Sewanee Inn
Ernest Cotten
Arch
Johnson Hall
Bishop, Jr
Hoffman Hall
Herbert Ephgrave
Cannon Hall
Alex Guerrv, Jr
Nathaniel
The
C.
Tuckaivay Inn
Croft
Saint Luke's
Proctors are selected from the Junior and Senior classes for the purpose of main-
taining order in the dormitories
and on the campus.
They
are appointed by the Vice-
Chancellor upon the recommendations of the retiring Proctors.
of great responsibility
and appointment to a proctorship
[77]
is
Their position
a distinct honor.
is
one
Left
to
Right, First Row: Bailey, Wagnon, Wilkerson, Gaither, McPherson
Second Ron*: Milward, Cobbs, Boiling, Williams, McConnell
SOPHERIM
Honorary Literary Society
Founded
at the University of the South,
iqo6
Membership
///
Gen.
J. P.
Mr. T.
Jervey
S.
Facilitate
Myers
Mr. H. M. Gass
Mr. H. A. Griswold
Mr. A. C. Martin
Long
Rev. G. B.
In Academia
William Wilkerson
Gant Gaither,
President
Alex Guerry,
Hendree Milward
Secretary- Treasurer
Leonard C. Bailey
work among
its
ability
Jr.
Jk.
George N. Wagnon
Edwin M. McPherson,
Sopherim honors those members of the Order of
standing literary
James H. MacConnell
Christopher Cobbs
Richard W. Bolling
Robert W. Turner, Jr.
James H. Williams
John
Jr.
Gownsmen who
R.
have displayed out-
and encourages further literary appreciation
members.
Meetings are held monthly,
at
Welsh
and creative
which members present
papers to be criticized and discussed by the rest of the society.
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THE
GERMAN CLUB
University
Dance Organization
Officers
William N. Wilkerson
Arch
President
Bishop, Jr
rice-President
Theodore Stoney
Secretary-Treasurer
H. A. Griswold
The German
Faculty Advisor
Club, one of the most successful organizations on the Mountain, spon-
and
sors all of the University dances
famous over the entire South.
is
chiefly responsible for
Club gave
In October the
dance which featured the music of Earl Mellen and
the best week-end
saw
in
the return of
making Sewanee dances
Saturday night football
orchestra.
It
was by
far
dance ever given on the Mountain.
The Thanksgiving
dances
was
really enjoyed by all.
Then
Dick Jurgens and the two-day
set
February, Will Osborne played for the two tea dances and two night dances which
constitute
the
Mid-Winter's.
Club decorated the gym
we
his
a
Using over ten thousand cotton
in black
go to press, plans are
and white, creating the
in progress
balls,
effect of a
the
German
snowstorm.
for a large set of Easter dances to be held
April and also for the usual
[79]
Commencement
set.
As
in
SEWANEE PURPLE
Editorial Staff
William N. Wilkerson
Editor
•
Erskine McKinley
Robert Kuehnle
Assistant
Sports Editor
Reporters
Gant Gaither
George
Wagnon
Jerry Wallace
Chris Cobbs
Valentine Lee
William Milligan
Clendon Lee
William Spencer
Zan Robb
Phillip
DeWolfe
Richard Corry
Henry
Ross
William Morrel
Business Staff
C.
W. Underwood
John Welsh
Manager
Manager
Businrss
Student Business
Circulation Staff
Al Dade
Jack Nester
James Whitt
Robert Bookish
Charles Crumbaker
The Sewanee Purple is the student newspaper and is published twenty-five times
during the school year. Under the editorship of Billy Wilkerson, the editorial page
Sports Editor
has been raised to the position of prominence which it should maintain.
Kuehnle has covered Sewanee sports faithfully and well throughout the entire year
and the remainder of the staff has done much to uphold the Purple's reputation.
[80]
THE CAP AND
GOWN
Hendree B. Milward
James E. Savoy
.
Editor-in-Chief
.
Business
Manager
Editorial Staff
Edwin McPherson
Stanley Jokes
Jack Nester
Erskine McKinley
Robert Kuehnle
Frank Robert
Jack Jourdan
Robert Seibels
Walker ColemanWilliam Millican
Photography Staff
Nesbitt Mitchell, Staff Photographer
Jeremiah G. Wallace
James E. Whitt
Business Staff
Hartwell Smith
Gilbert G. Wright
Denver Normand
Phillip
DeWolfe
The 1938 Cap and Gown
represents many hours of toil by a student staff that has
constantly put forth its best efforts to give you an annual which presents an accurate
picture of the school year.
This year, more than any other one thing, it endeavors
to follow the trend of modern journalism in giving you as many illustrations as possible.
The staff has omitted superfluous features which have appeared in former
annuals in an attempt to present a clear, concise, and interesting picture of the past
semesters.
Lastly, the Cap and Gown aspires to be one of personalities rather
than of inanimate objects and this theme has been carried out especially in its snapshot
two
section.
[81
]
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MOUNTAIN GOAT
E
Editorial Staff
James H. Williams
.
.
Thomas Hatfield
.
Editor-in-Chief
.
Business
Manager
Literary Staff
Jack Jourdan
Charles Brows'
James MacConnell
Richard Corrv
Robert Gray
Nesbitt Mitchell
Edwin McPherson
Edwin McPherson
Alan Hinshelwood
Art Staff
T. D. Stoney
Lee Belford
Gant Gaither
Business Staff
Tom
Wendell Brown
The Mountain Goat
is
the
humorous magazine
four times during the school year and each issue
students.
As
usual, the
unfavorable, and
James Lasater
Phillips
of the University.
is
It
is
published
eagerly looked forward to by the
Goat has caused considerable comment, both favorable and
many
lively discussions result as each issue
[82]
is
released.
LETTERMEN'S CLUB
Officers
W. Houston
Crozier
President
Jack A. Whitley
Secretary-Treasurer
Members
Dexter Stanphill
Morgan Hall
Alex Guerry,
James Newton
Rutherford Cravens
Sam Brown
Ralph Phillips
James R. Lasater
Bert Ephgrave
Richard Bolling
Walter Higgins
Stanley Laws
Sugg Keiser
John Holmes
M.
Frank Gillespie
Joe Frasier
Coach H.
William Cochrane
Carl Schuessler
Coach Gordon Clark
Willie
The "S" Club
is
composed of
all
the abolishing of beating
Jackson
E.
Clark
Honorary Member
men who have won
their letters in
one or more of
This year the Club has done
really
constructive
and by sponsoring boxing matches
in the
gymnasium.
the phases of athletics at Sewanee.
work by
Slx,
F.
Jr.
[83]
THE CHOIR
Officers
Robert Snow
•
.
.
Erskike McKinley
Paul
S.
President
Vice-President
McConnell
Director
Members
First
Robert Snow
Tenors
Walter Stehl
Second Tenors
Bertram Cooper
de Rossett Myers
Alan Hinshelwood
Ray Hurt
Dick Corrv
Phil
DeWolfe
First Basses
Erskine McKinley
Frank Robert
Second Basses
A. O. Newberry
James DeWolfe
The Choir
Bill Edwards
Tom
Jordan
shown marked improvement this year under the able direction of Mr.
This year, as heretofore,
sings both in daily and Sunday chapel.
Choir joined with St. Mary's and other nearby choirs to give its annual Christmas
McConnell.
the
Jack Nester
Finley Wright
Clendon Lee
has
It
Carol Service.
184
j
1
DRAMATICS
PURPLE
MASQUE
Russell Turner
Bill Edwards
Hendree Milward
Edwin McPherson
Marshall Barnes
William Wilkerson
WlLLlAM HOSKING
Franklyn Board
Albert Johnson
William Given, Jr.
Robert Turner
William Milligan
Winfield Hale
-
Jerry Wallace
Joe Atkins
Henry Manning
Gilbert Wright
Robert
Seibels, Jr.
Hamner Cobbs
Newton Howden
)ames MacConnell
John Varley
ALPHA
PSI
OMEGA
Officers
Russell Turner
.
.
President
.
Edwin McPherson
Secretary-Treasurer
Members
Henry
William N. Wilkerson
Marshall I. Barnes
The
years.
Purple Masque was reorganized
They
P.
Manninc
James MacConnell
successfully presented
this year after
Franklyn H. Board
Joseph Atkins
having lain dormant for several
"The Bishop Misbehaves" on March
7,
1938.
Membership to this society is gained by displaying interest and taking part in dramatics.
Alpha Psi Omega, National Honorary Dramatic Society, draws its membership from
Only those who have taken part in a number of plays or who
the Purple Masque.
have written and presented
a
Mr. Griswold and
play are eligible to this society.
are advisors for both groups.
Major MacKellar
[85]
GLEE CLUB
Officers
Houston Crozier
Paul
S.
President
McConnell
Director
Members
First
George
Robert Snow-
Tenors
Wagnon
Stockton Smith
Second Tenors
George McCloud
Clendon Lee
Houston Crozier
First Basses
Erskine McKinley
Randell Stoney
T. T. Phillips
Frank Robert
Ernest Cotten
Second Basses
Leslie
McLaurin
Tom
During
Bill Edwards
Jack Nester
Finley Wright
Jordan
the past three years the
Sewanee Glee Club has shown remarkable progress
under the direction of Mr. McConnell and
its
student presidents.
went to Chattanooga and many other neighboring points.
trip
to Atlanta.
Among
its
Last year
This spring
it
it
plans a
other accomplishments a library of music has been
formed by the
186]
club.
NEOGRAPH
UNDERGOWNSMEN LITERARY SOCIETY
Founded
at the University of the
South
in
1903
Officers
Robert T. Snow
President
Walker Coleman
Secretary-Treasurer
Members
Robert Seibels
William Eyster
Albert Dade
Gilbert Wright
Thomas
Erskine McKinley
John Watkins,
Frank Robert
Jr.
Phillips
Richard Corry
Thomas Hatfield
Robert Kuehnle
Neograph honors with membership
standing literary ability or
ages literary appreciation
the
undergownsmen who have displayed
who have shown
among
its
interest in creative writing.
members by
which are given at
their
[87]
discussions
and
monthly meetings.
It
out-
encour-
criticism of papers
BLUE KEY
NATIONAL HONORARY LEADERSHIP FRATERNITY
Founded
at
the University of Florida in
1924
SEWANEE CHAPTER
Established 1927
Membership
In Facultate
Mr. H. A. Griswold
Dr.
Dr. D. E. Frierson
Mr. W. H. MacKellar
//;
Daniel
R.
S.
Carl Schuessler
Jr.
Marshall Barnes
Gray
Lyon Vaiden
Robert Turner
Jack Whitley
Nesbitt Mitchell
Sam Boykin
Chris Cobbs
David
M. Scott
A cadeinia
Alex Guerrv,
Herbert Ephgrave
J.
Ernest Cotten
Rose
Arch
Hendree Milvvard
Bishop, Jr.
Randell Stoney
Blue Key honors students
capable of leading.
The
in
the two upper classes
society
works
in
themselves
cooperation with the faculty in carrying
on the
traditions
and standards of the University.
nating
money
the
to
who have shown
This year,
in addition to do-
Emerald-Hodgson Memorial Hospital, they have purchased
a
new scoreboard
for the
[88]
gymnasium.
PI
GAMMA MU
NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY
Founded
at
Southwestern College, Kansas,
in
1924
TENNESSEE BETA CHAPTER
Established in IQJO
Membership
In Facilitate
M.
McDonald
Dr. B.
F.
Finney
Dr.
Dr.
L.
Ware
Col. A. T. Prescott
S.
Mr.
E.
Rev. G.
M. Kayden
B. Myers
J.
S.
Mr. T. S. Long
Mr. J. E. Thorogood
In Academia
J.
Hendree
B.
Milward
Herbert Ephgrave,
R.
Marshall I. Barnes
William N. Wilkerson
George M. Alexander
Nesbitt Mitchell
Jr.
Alex Guerry,
Christopher Cobbs
Jr.
Franklyn H. Board
Pi
Gamma Mu
sciences
and
is
composed of Gownsmen who have shown proficiency
interest in current
problems facing the world today.
are round-table discussions based on the lead of one or
[89]
in the social
The
meetings
more members.
STUDENT VESTRY
Officers
Harvey
B.
McClellan
Senior
Sydney Burgess
Junior
William Hosking
Warden
Harden
Secretary
Harrison Beste
Treasurer
Members
Harvey McClellan
Senior Class
Sydney Burgess
Senior Class
Samuel Brown
Junior Class
Harrison Beste
Junior Class
Walker Coleman
Sophomore Class
William Hosking
Sophomore Class
Wallace Robinson
Freshman Class
Richard Corry
Freshman Class
W. Rees Haynsworth
Theological School
George Alexander
Theological School
Each
to the
class in the University
Student Vestry.
and
the Theological School select
two representatives
These students, with the Chaplain, aid
of the religious
life
of the University.
[90]
in the
promotion
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY
HONORARY SCHOLASTIC SOCIETY
Members
In Facilitate
Dr. B. F. Finney
Dr. G.
Dr.
W.
Dr.
S.
Mr. A.
Mr. T.
M. Baker
C.
S.
Knickerbocker
Dr. C. L.
Ware
Dr.
S.
L.
J.
Martin
Long
Wells
M. Scott
Dr. Edward
McCrady
Mr. H. M. Gass
Mr. E. M. Kayden
Mr. J. E. Thorogood
In Academia
George M. Alexander
Marshall I. Barnes
Franklyn H. Board
R.
Christopher Cobbs
Herbert Ephgrave,
Danial
R.
Jr.
Gray
Norwood C. Harrison
Harvey B. McClellan
Thomas V. Magruder
Henry P. Manning
Milward
Nesbitt Mitchell
Hendree
J.
Carl
I.
B.
Schuessler
Lyon Vaiden
William N. Wilkerson
Ernest Cotten
William M. Given
Alex Guerry, Jr.
Louis Hoff
Walter McGoldrick
Russell W. Turner
John R. Welsh
Finley Wright
Gant Gaither
Gilbert G. Edson
Students in the University
who have completed four
semesters with an average
of eight-five or higher are elected to the Scholarship Society.
[91]
Kirby-Smith
Hodgson
Myers, G. B.
Gass
Cravens, D. G.
Clark, H. E.
Jervey
Dudney
Vaughan
Smith,
W.
R.
Hardy
^
Wilkerson
Lewis,
^
Gray
W. W.
Long
Cobbs
Ephgrave
BOLLING
Rose
Alexander
Belford, L.
Duncan
Clarkson
Cotten
Guerry
BOYKIN
Hall
Turner, Rus
Magruder
Milward
Tomlinson
Phillips, R.
Cravens, T.
Mann
R
3-17-38
THE DEBATE COUNCIL
Officers
Marshall
J.
I.
Barnes
President
Nesbitt Mitchell
Secretary
Members
Russell
W. Turner
Gilbert Wright
Newton Howden
Franklyn Board
John
R.
Welsh
Wendell Brown
Frank Gillespie
Robert Seibels
Walter McGoldrick
The Debate Council
is
composed of
legiate debates of the University.
all
men who have
The Council
also acts as host to all visiting debate teams.
taken part in the intercol-
not only takes part in debates but
Among
the colleges debated this year
were: Spring Hill, George Washington, Maryland, Virginia,
and Tennessee.
[94]
North Carolina, Drake,
THE READER
Athletics
GAMES
AND
IS
GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE OUR
SPORTS
AND
TO
MEET
PARTICIPATE IN THEM.
THOSE
WHO
COACHING
THE
Coach "Hec" Clark,
since his installation as
head coach
in
STAFF
1931, has consistently
turned out Sewanee teams whose play has been marked by courage, fight, and
spirit.
Coach Clark
is
remembered
Alma Mater
uniform and recently
his
his contract for three
more
Coach Allen Lincoln
hails
He
1931.
and
is
as one of the best players ever to
expressed their faith in him by renewing
years.
from Missouri but has been with the Tigers
head basketball coach and yet finds time
to assist
since
coaching football
direct track practice.
Gordon Clark, another Sewanee alumnus, has served
athletics for several years
Joel
wear a Purple
and
also coaches
freshman
as
football.
Eaves was one of the South's outstanding athletes
This year he joined the Tiger's coaching
graduate manager of
last
year
at
Auburn.
staff in the capacity of assistant football
coach and freshman basketball coach.
Laurie
Thompson
assists
in
coaching the freshman and varsity in football.
was one of the best guards ever to play
at
Sewanee.
He
w
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1937
SQUAD
FOOTBALL AT SEWANEE
<#/.
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THE SEASON
When
the
Sewanee football team took the
field against
Hiwassee on
September 25, the ardent fans and supporters expected great things
of
it;
was magic
there
the Tigers
in
that term, scholarship player.
had swamped the
lighter
even the highest hopes were justified.
Hiwassee team,
But
after
it
And
after
seemed that
Alabama pricked
the
bubble, the spirit of the team and the student body descended to a
level
comparable with that of
inferior
revived.
a
last year.
It
was only after a vastly
Tennessee Tech eleven defeated the Purples that interest was
From
new team.
Tulane was
that day until the end of the season, the Tigers were
Their play against Vanderbilt, Mississippi State and
all
that could be desired short of victories.
At
of the season, the concensus of opinion was that, no matter
the phrase,
"Rome
wasn't built in a day,"
is
the
how
very true.
end
trite
RESUME OF THE
SEASON
The 1937
season was not the best
football
wanee has had but
last year's record.
to
the
that
Se-
was a great improvement over
it
Starting at the heights, descending
depths and then rising almost to the heights
again, the Tigers
had
their
ups and downs; but at the
end of the season they were a much wiser and more
experienced team.
in
And
while the record
is
not imposing,
view of the fact that the majority of the players
were green Sophomores, the season can justifiably be
written off to experience
Opening the season with Hiwassee, the Tigers performed much more expertly than was expected as they
DEXTER STANPHILL
Captain
1937
of
and forgotten.
Sewanee Football Team
crushed their smaller opponents, 40 to 0. Whittington
and Cochrane were outstanding for Sewanee with QuilDuring
the
two
years
Stanphill has played on
he has
in
made
Southern
quite a
Dexter
that
Sewanee teams,
name
for himself
inter-collegiate
len leading for the losers.
Unfortunately, the Purples ran into Alabama's Rose
Bowl bound Elephants
Last season he gained nation-wide fame
ern Conference meat.
by scooping up a fumble
in the Florida
wanee's
game and running ior yards for a
touchdown. This was the longest run
victory.
of this type for the year.
This season
he was one of the mainstays in the
Tiger backtield and starred especially
in
the
Vandy game.
all-around
basketball
Stanphill
is
an
athlete and is also on the
and track teams.
He ac-
counted for 61 points on the basketball
court this season and broad
for their first try at Southeast-
athletics.
jumps and
runs the 440 on the track squad.
tain
to
Scoring 28
first
Frank Thomas' team romped
Undismayed, the Tigers returned
1,
downs
to the
defeat Tennessee Wesleyan, National
College champions, 25 to
"Hec" Clark's boys
0.
to Se-
to a 65
to
MounJunior
Smith and Lasater led
in revenging last year's defeat
by
the Bulldogs.
In their second Conference engagement, the Mountain-
were dumped by a vastly improved Florida Gator.
The game was never "on ice" but the continued pressure of the Florida power was too much for the Tigers.
eers
Manning, Gator quarterback, was the
of the
game
team
as he led his
in the first
star
two
to the 21 to
tallies
and second quarters for
of the day.
Throughout
the rest of the
For the next two games the Tigers were in
Tiger linemen.
The 32
form.
defeat by Tennessee
to
ball,
startling but the 9 to 6 defeat at
was not
the hands of Tennessee
of
game
off
Tech was
water on the
cold
and
Nashville, they were
at all times.
in every
early part of the season.
times and scored 13
first
The
season.
Tigers
to the
Maroons of
vember
13.
first
Score: 41 to 0.
game
Lead by fullback Steadman,
at
the season against the
New
Orleans, the Ti-
the
first
half the fighting Se-
two teams could dish out and came back
Nothe
Bulldogs drove deep into Sewanee territory
[10 1]
Playing heads up
ball, the
recovered a fumble on the Tulane
line
Mississippi State on
During
for more.
Commo-
conference
score,
wanee squad took everything that Tulane's
five
downs, more than
lost their fifth
to
In
gers turned in their best performance of the
year.
The Purples were
any team had scored against the
all
the
shadow of the Vandy goal
inside the
dores
over
line.
tremendous improvement
game of
Tulane Greenies
department of the game,
Tiger play was much improved
indicates the
In the final
Captain Stanphill broke away for a 70-yard
run and
68
year's
last
scoring
of the team.
up against a superior
team but they were dangerous
Maroon
of the
five
the 12-point victory was a mighty slim one
spirits.
At
repelling
comparison with
slumbering
Tigers'
the Purples played bang-up defensive
attempts, one from the four-yard
dash
like a
extra
hard-charging
points were blocked
and were badly
Both of the
by the
victory.
the throes of a let-down
their only
and on
for the score.
and the
the next play
Tigers
15-yard
went around end
Lasater kicked the extra point
score stood at the
7 to
for Sewanee.
Green
Wave came
end of the
half,
In the second half the
back with a revitalized
RESUME OF SEASON
a great change.
all
squad
gers.
to roll
up 33
points on the weary Ti-
Banker, Mattis and Andrews starred
improvements.
led
New-
Tigers.
the
did show definite
lost,
Against the powerful Van-
derbilt team, the Tigers developed an offense
the
and Schuessler
ton,
the last three games,
of which Sewanee
that gained
for Tulane, while Cochrane, Frasier,
But
more ground than any offense
Commodores had encountered
in
their
The
previous games.
In the Mississippi State
Times-Picayune said of Sewanee: "The lack
battle,
all
made good
other hand,
the
fense that
use
of nearly
of her fast and hard-driving backs and
simply overpowered a plucky bunch of warriors
who gave
a fine account of themselves,
regardless of
the
reputation of
all
come here
They upheld
score.
the
Sewanee teams who have
in other years."
against
roons.
Then,
men used
produce some results which
seasons.
the season did not
provements.
Freshmen
It
The
first
in
less
than
five
de-
goal line
touchdown-hungry Ma-
to climax the season, the Clark-
a mixture of both to lead the
at the half.
Tu-
So, with
almost the same team returning next year,
Sewanee can look forward not only
least
which they
to
a
will
one conference game.
The men who
received letters were:
Houston
Crozier, Ralph Phillips,
James Lasater, James
Newton, Sugg
M.
ter
Stanphill,
Keiser,
William
F. Jackson,
Cochrane,
Dex-
Preston
breaking in the
Fowlkes, Stanley Laws, Frank Gillespie, John
The
Holmes, Morgan Hall, Jack Whitley, Wal-
to "big time" football.
ture of victories
part of
show any particular im-
was spent
showed an iron-clad
better season but to one in
be very definite contributions to the '38
and succeeding
the
lane Greenies 7 to
win at
will
made no
stands
Although the 1937 season was not a success
in itself, it did
the Purples
Tulane, on
of reserves told on the visitors.
mix-
and defeats was merely the
usual erratic showing that comes with such
ter
Higgins, Joe Frasier, Carl Schuessler, and
Manager Bert Ephgrave.
Sewanee
ers
Freshman team played three games instead of
the
Last season,
the
for
usual two.
the
first
time,
In the past
it
the
has been the
custom to play one Junior college game and
the regular Vanderbilt engagement.
the scholarship system, the extra
But with
game was
completed a long one to
next kickoff,
the
tie
the score.
On
on
the
Tigers turned
power, ran over another touchdown and were
never afterwards in danger.
wanee, 19; Teachers,
Final score:
Se-
6.
in-
The
next week the T.P.I.
Frosh climbed the
troduced.
Mountain
On
October 22, the Baby Tigers swung into
action against
er's
Middle Tennessee State Teach-
Freshmen at Hardee
prising
Field.
Showing
sur-
power and timing for an opening game,
the Little Purples
knocked
several times in the first
this
time the Purples were
and they snowed the
As
the climax to the season the
took on the powerful
few minutes but were
This
hit-
visitors
under, 27 to 0.
at the Raiders' goal
unable to score until the second quarter.
The
Vandy
story of that
pound Commodore
line
Baby Purples
eleven on
game
and
Hardee
lay in the 200-
the
180-pound
came on a beautiful 40-yard pass from
backfield.
McCloud
to
fight,
the beginning of the second half, the Raid-
ers
opened what was
drive.
Putting
up a game but hopeless
Williams who crossed standing up.
At
down
have their shot at the Baby Ti-
ting their stride
Field.
score
to
But by
gers.
After a
to prove their only touchseries
of short passes that
put them in scoring distance, the Baby Teach-
FRESHMAN
the
Sewanee Frosh
Although the Frosh
they
had
won
lost,
lost the
the other two
45 to
7.
traditional
and so by
all
game,
counts
a very successful season.
FOOTBALL
VARSITY
From
a standpoint of
games won and
BASKETBALL
Varsity season was far from a success.
it
was such an improvement over former
sons that the outlook for the future
ingly bright.
Difficulties
the
lost,
is
But
Purples on succeeding nights.
sea-
was
exceed-
were encountered dur-
ing the season; three of the team's best
men
and other
rea-
through
were
lost
sons,
but the
ineligibility
spirit
and type of play shown
by the squad as a whole
is
something that has
been lacking on Sewanee's court
Only
in other years.
games were won, two of them over
three
Southeastern
Vanderbilt
Conference
were
defeated
foes.
Florida
the
in
and
conference,
while Chattanooga felt the Tiger's claws in a
non-conference game.
Many
Plainsmen took two straight victories from the
contests were lost
close
half
the next
first
game
with the lead shifting several times
but Auburn got
last
The
the best of the Tigers in the
and won, 36
game
to
Auburn took
31.
Then came
38 to 19.
easily,
A
the biggest surprise of the season.
discour-
aged bunch of boys had journeyed to Nashville
to play their traditional rivals,
derbilt
At
Commodores.
the
Van-
the half matters were
even worse for they were trailing by the
rific
score of 24
to
Vandy
5.
ter-
inserted their
second team and the Tigers saw their chance.
New
gan
hope was
hitting
the
instilled
in
them and they
from
basket
every
be-
possible
Before the Commodores could get their
but the Purples were never disgraced and the
angle.
majority of games were lost by small margins.
first
Beginning the season, Coach Allen Lincoln's
almost even, but in spite of the substitution,
charges took on Chattanooga in a revival of
the Tigers kept on hitting
athletic relations with the nearby school.
game was
pulled
close
away
43 to 36.
the
Tigers'
in
The
throughout but the Moccasins
the
closing
Auburn was
1938
minutes
to
win,
next encountered
conference
debut
but
in
the
team back
32 to 28.
It
in
the
was the
Vandy
in several years
wild.
The
first
and won the game,
major victory over
and the Mountain went
next day the weary but happy Se-
wanee team crossed the
nessee
game, the score was
only to
lose,
state
and played Ten-
39 to 20.
Southwestern
The Chattanooga game which the Tigers won 34 to
Hagler shoots as Keiser prepares tor the rebound.
was the next team
come
to
to the Tiger's lair
Mountain
the
throughout the
17
ing,
to
continued
burn resulted
at
the
lead
until
the
from the middle of the
but
closing
floor to
which was raggedly played by both
Tiger's next
game
did
half
game was with
resulted.
but the
Tech
players
basket in the second half to
25 to 25.
An
Tech made
three field goals,
kept
tie
the
overtime was played
game
in
the
up,
31
and a
return contest
The
this trip
last
was Georgia Tech,
This time the score was 41 to 31.
In one of
games of
the season,
score.
the
The Gators were
defeat.
Purples
to
up
to tie the
count at 29
tle
blew.
was Morrell who
It
field
to 29.
tied
the
game
goal and he and Stanp-
33
to
31.
Stretching
streak to two in a row, the
to
the final whis-
all as
both hit goals in the overtime to win the
contest,
Final score:
leading
10 at the half but the Tigers pulled
11
hill
two of them by
field goal.
A
in
up with a long
which
Wilkinson, while the Tigers were only able to
score two fouls
to 36.
and again the Tigers went down
a 33 to 31
led at the
hitting
first
defeated Florida after an overtime period by
The
T.P.I, and a splen-
Again Sewanee
down 39
the wildest
game
sides.
The
losses.
40 to 33, while the second saw the
team to be met on
to Georgia
Bulldogs, 24 to 16, in a
lost to the
two more
in
games with Au-
doubled the score to win, 46 to 22.
minutes
win the game,
Sewanee was next host
return
with Georgia was even worse for the Bulldogs
two baskets
hit
lost
Tigers go
Sewanee
intermission.
when Smith, Lynx forward,
35 to 33.
was
close
half with the Tigers lead-
first
14,
to
The game was
this year.
Two
disastrous results.
and the resulting contest was the best seen on
16.
their
Sewanee team went
Chattanooga and revenged an
by taking the game, 34
winning
to 16.
earlier defeat
Captain Keiser
a
scored 15 points to lead the Tigers, and there
lengthy trip throughout the South with rather
was never a doubt as to the outcome of the
After a layoff for exams, Sewanee
took
[105]
Next
game.
western
in
game on
into
the Purples took a trip to South-
an endeavor to avenge that close
the
Mountain.
But again they ran
same Mr. Smith who had won the
the
other contest.
He
lead his teammates with 18
points and Southwestern
won
lost a
return
High
point
man
Spake with 140
for the season
points.
He
41 to 35.
was La Verne
was
closely
fol-
lowed by Captain Sugg Keiser with 110; Dexter Stanphill
the game, 48 to
55,
38.
game with Vanderbilt,
and
Bill
with 61; Arthur Whittington with
Morrell with 33.
Returning to the Mountain, Sewanee took
on Tennessee and
The Vols
lost a close
led all the
a constant threat.
way but
game, 37
to 33.
the Tigers were
Closing the season, Sewanee
Letters
were
awarded
Spake,
Morrell, Keiser, Stanphill, Colston, Hagler, and
Manager Magruder.
^
CAPTAIN SUGG KEISER
two years at Sewanee, Sugg Keiser
has won the admiration of all by his
outstanding work in athletics as well as
in the class room.
He is first string end
on the football
team,
center on
the
basketball team, and
high jumps and
broad jumps for the track squad.
Yet
he finds time to turn in very creditable
grades.
Sugg scored 110 points this year
against the Tigers' cage opponents and
boosted his two-year total to over 200
In
his
points.
Whittington,
At
the beginning of the season a green
of Freshman material reported to
group
Coach Joel
This was followed by a
Then
loss to Castle
Freshman began
the
Heights.
win games.
to
Eave's direction and the Baby Tigers started
a
immediately and
Purples defeated Tullahoma, 51 to 30.
but
then
lost
their
team began
the
Eave's direction and the
to
win games.
feated
the
first
seven
starts,
develop
under
Baby Tigers
started
to
Climaxing the season, they de-
Vandy Frosh
games seen on
the
one of the best
in
Mountain
The
year.
this
game
in
In
which Currie scored 28 points, the
Morgan was downed,
41
to 35,
and
Next,
the
fol-
lowing night the T.P.I. Frosh were defeated, 30
Continuing
to 21.
winning streak, the
their
Frosh took two more games from Baylor and
from Central High.
winning streak
Their
Freshmen's record was eight games won, nine
was cut short when they went
lost.
only to be defeated by the Chattanooga Frosh,
Beginning the season on January 8th, the Frosh
lost to the
47,
and
Chattanooga
defeat was closely
this
two more
year men, 36 to
first
losses
to
followed
by
Chattanoga Central High
Next
and Columbia Military Academy.
the
Frosh journeyed to Nashville where they played
well but were defeated by the
by a 49 to 34
score.
Crossing the
encountered the Tennessee
swamped, 38
tain, the
to 19.
Vandy
Frosh
they
and
were
Returning to the Moun-
Baby Tigers were
defeated, 24 to 20,
by Scottsboro High, Alabama State Champions.
loss
who
from Notre
were downed, 47 to 28.
a return
Chattanooga
was followed by another
win which was garnered
game from
Dame
Tennessee took
the Frosh but the
Baby
Tigers came back to win over McCallie, 37
to 31.
Closing the season, the Frosh took an
exciting
game from
yearlings
state,
This
42 to 34.
to
the
Vandy
yearlings by a
36 to 34 score.
Currie was high point
216 points
man
to his credit.
of the season with
He
was followed by
Bodfish with 116; Julian with 97;
28;
Crumbaker with
26,
Mason
with
and Williams with
24.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
TRACK
Under
.
.
.
.
Coach Allen Linbegan on the 25th of
the direction of
coln, track practice
March, but as we go to press no meets
have been held. Good material is scarce
because of the heavy losses incurred by
graduation but the returning members of
last year's
squad and some sophomore
tal-
ent should help to give the Tigers a fair
track season.
Last year's
squad members
who
are
re-
turning are: Cochrane (dashes, pole vault,
and hurdles)
mile)
;
C.
;
Schuessler
Brown
(mile
(880 and relay)
and two
;
Stanp-
Gillespie
and broad jump)
(dashes and hurdles), and Keiser (broad
and high jump).
(440
hill
;
Meets have been scheduled with VanderSouthwestern, T.P.I., and Chattabilt,
nooga.
Top
— right
to
left:
Brown to W. Brown, relay
Sugg Keiser broad Jumps
Mike Cochrane takes the low hurdles.
C.
Keiser clearing the high jump
Cochrane going over the pole
vault standard
TC
K
I
K
I
Q
I
Although no meets have been held
press,
the tennis prospects for the
ceptionally bright.
Naturally the
who graduated
June,
last
is
loss
of
Hugh
The
March and
a blow to the team but several capable
Sewanee
number
so successful a season in
three position last year,
a year ago.
They
1937.
finalist;
last
are:
year
Vanderbilt,
who aided
Alex Guerry,
Jr.,
last
year's
number
service as
frosh star, Colstun,
last
year
to the team.
large schedule has been compiled consisting of the following teams:
Tennessee,
are left
has been prac-
Colstun and Morrel played at Hiwassee
and should be valuable additions
versity,
men
Ruddy Cravens, who played
and Sam Brown, who saw
Other candidates are Kuehnle,
Morrel, Jourdan, and Edson.
A
ex-
present indications are most promising.
Chattanooga City Champion and T.I.A.A.
five
The team
nucleus of the team will be the returning lettermen from
in giving
in
coming season are
to
Shelton, ranking Southern star
with which Dr. Bruton hopes to mold a fine squad.
ticing since
we go
at the time
Southwestern, Georgia
Wayne Uni-
Tech, Mississippi
State,
Emory, Birmingham-Southern, Georgia, Chattanooga, Augustana, Alabama, and
Mississippi College.
The team
will
also participate in the
T.I.A.A. and South-
eastern Conference tournament.
RUDDY CRAVENS
ALEX GUERRY
r
I
INTRAMURALS
University
the
is
Kappa
away with
the
!
press, the intramural
*™
•» -
program or the
Volleyball has already been completed with
not yet fully under way.
Sigs walking
*™
Cap
As,1,
title.
The
basketball race
with the Sigma Nu's and S.A.E.'s, traditional athletic
is
in
stages
its last
rivals, in the finals.
VOLLEYBALL
Opening
the season, the
suffering a loss.
Sigma Nu's,
Kappa
They were
last year's
through the entire schedule without
Sig's breezed
by the Phi Delt's, who nosed out the
closely followed
champions, for second place.
and created a great deal of
among
interest
The
season was well played
the student body.
BASKETBALL
In a basketball season which has been completed as far as the schedule
cerned, the
Sigma Nu's and S.A.E.'s emerge with one
loss apiece
defeated
They
only once by the Phi Delt's in one of the biggest upsets in recent years.
retaliated
by licking the S.A.E. team
must now have a
and must
place
The Phi
play-off.
also play
in the final
Delt's
game of
and Kappa
con-
and must play
The Sigma Nu's were
an additional game to decide the championship.
is
the season
and the two
Sig's are tied for third
an additional game.
OTHER SPORTS
As
yet no handball matches have been played, although several teams are practicing
in
the
gymnasium.
last year's
The
Present indications point to the Sig Alph's and Phi Delt's
winner and runner-up, to be the favorites
this season.
schedule for track, tennis, golf, swimming, and baseball are yet to be
up, but the competition should be keen as a
excellent talent in their midst.
As
a result,
it is
number of
made
the fraternities have some
difficult to predict
any of the
results;
however, the race for the cup appears to be betwen the S.A.E.'s, the Sigma Nu's,
and the Kappa
Sig's with the Phi Delt's given
Last year the Sigma Nu's easily
baseball titles
Delta Theta's.
won
and getting a second
in
an outside chance.
the cup by taking the basketball, volleyball,
the track meet which
was won by the Phi
Snapshots
HERE WE PRESENT
MATES IN THEIR
OUR FRIENDS AND CLASSMORE INFORMAL MOODS
The Tiger's mentor
ease
Savoy
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Juicy
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Commencement,
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The
One man Gang
Swing
big shots
little
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it,
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B.
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Jones
(Laurel)
Bridge at the
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— Berty
The Birddog
Dean
Stan
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and
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Billy
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Phi
Litany
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The head proctor
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House
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Quisenberry, 65
You've got the paper upside down, Rose
G. and Jackson
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Don't
hit him,
at
Chambliss and
doctor.
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it
When
Wilkerson awake
Mrs. McDonald will .
can't come
The deSid at prayer
asleep
Hercules Bulgemuscles
Tell 'em, Hec
216
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Don't bite your finger-nails
lights of a cash register
"Walter Winchell"
Saturday night .
Noble Goble .
Louder, now
.
Ros and Alice.
Vot you see, Abie?
Shelton
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Dr.
And
McDonald
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Our
photographer
staff
Cochrane
Phillips
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Covite
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More
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That must have been
The V. C.
Dodo, the social meatball
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beer, Clara!
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a
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Got
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good one,
T. T.
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Farley-
go now, boys: quiz section
The Rabbi
Smoky Joe and his S Club bob
The Senior
Warden
Scottie
"Abbo" Wright
Cut loose, doctor.
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Le
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penseur
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Voilal!
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it
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Here
dog
comes the
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Higgins
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Half-time,
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Vandy game
key Dan
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Bird-
"Mussolini"
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Whis-
Stoogents
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Dean holds
Abner
Down in the stack room
G. G. Wright
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The
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forth
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Li'l
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Padre
Padre
— giving
—taking
Chapel
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Carl
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that
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Hey!
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And
King Kong
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Herk.
Stop
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Holmes
Johnny
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the
"Who
for
Decorating
dances
Clara:
had this Gerst?"
Gray, whither away?
"Simone Simone" Brown
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Jimmy Thomas
"Mil Ab"
Finney et
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al
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Doctor
.
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.
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Mad
The Country
Club
"R. C."
"Look" out, Cotter
"Is Mr. Affgraff here?"
Milte
.
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,
.
.
.
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.
.
in
.
.
.
.
.
Commencement
decorations
boid
.
a
.
.
.
gilded
Just a
cage.
it
crowd
and Dodo
Bishop Juhan at Vandy
Football
.
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.
.
Abie
.
.
.
.
"Pool-shark" Thomas
Charles
Brown
washes up
Another
crowd
Willie Six
and managers
Griswold surveys his domain
Have a coke,
doctor??
Gray
.
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.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
studying!!
.
.
.
.
We
don't
know what happened to
this one
The Tigers
get ready for action
Longenecker plays and
smokes
The Purples
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
get their man ...
scene at Clara's.
A
*
trump
Don't
Lulte
.
.
Charles
.
the
.
New
.
— going
atre
Gray
ace,
Quit staring,
.
up
up
dolling
the.
.
.
.
.
.
Epistomological dualism
"Texas"
"DearWild
Carol"
.
Bill
Hamilton
This
ain't no W. P. A., boys
Major Mac
Mr. Milligan
Sid
.
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est
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.
action
in
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
????
Football, obviously
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
Pay
attention
the prof, Johnny.
to
Patton in a trance
praying
Some of the jolly Kappa Sigs
Tut, tut, Tony
Don't swear
C. Brown, after the Mid-Winters
.
R. C. and
Amy
The horrible Gawk
Look at the birdie, Gray ... A pastoral scene
Daily chapel
Upgrunt, after the S Club
Magruder and
Mad Mike
Col. Scarborough, suh
Gahnt Gaither
T. Q. H.
Cob bo, with a
Wills erson
.
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WHOLE
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cigarette.
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The
last
page of the
Cap and Gown
fore this issue goes to the printer,
completed, but be-
we wish
without whose
appreciation to those
is
aid
to express our
this
publication
would have been impossible.
Particularly,
we wish
to
thank the members of our
producing
their unfailing cooperation in
We
staff for
book.
this
wish to thank the faculty and administration
who have
aided in giving us their encouragement and advice.
We
wish also to thank Mr. Harrold Rae Flintoff and Mr.
Gordon Clark whose help was
invaluable in the obtaining
of pictures for this annual.
To Mr. John
Benson, of the Benson Printing Co.; Mr.
Charles T. Hoy, of the Repro Engraving Co., and Mr.
Samuel M. Judd, of the Judd Studios, we give our thanks
for their efforts in making this book possible.
And
to everyone else
who
we
has aided us in this venture,
give our sincerest thanks.
In conclusion, we hope that the enjoyment derived from
edition of the
Cap and
readers will find
it
Gown
will be great
this
and that
a pleasant reminder of the school year.
Hendree
James
B.
Milward,
Editor;
E. Savoy, Business Manager.
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Hnttwsttg
Stye
Uljat
Btmwan
The Education
His body,
almost
in
^taufts iFor
whole plan
of the
environment
physical
a
—
and training
ideal.
His mind, through courses
in a scientifically correct
curriculum, and through contact with a faculty strong
in scholarship
and
personality.
His character, through
tianity as
the constant influence of Chris-
expounded and exemplified
in the life of the
University community.
The Making
In
theory,
of a Citizen
through the
patriotism which
In
a
practice,
we
—
influence
call the
Sewanee
of
that
the student
of
Spirit.
through the dynamic living as a
community of which
ideal
body
citizen in
constitutes
the citizenship.
Individuality, Originality, Initiative.
Taught
to
think
independently,
plan
but to act as a community member.
independently,
PUT ONE PENNY TO
And
now much
see
you
for
WORK
in
it
ELECTRICALLY
will
buy
comforts and
conveniences
NO OTHER ITEM OF LIVING GIVES YOU
SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE
THE TENNESSEE ELECTRIC POWER CO.
Your
electric service
is
a
BCIRM
development of private enterprise
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Srutanrp,
(Eontplimpttta
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(grttrral
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&
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Buttorff
Manufacturing
Company
Manufacturers of
ENTERPRISE
Stoves, Ranges,
TAILORED CLOTHES
and Furnaces
For Coal, Wood, and Gas
BY
M.
E. "Squiz"
Green
IN THE
ESQUIRE MANNER
For the College
Man
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Comfihments
of
A NEIGHBORING INDUSTRY
Cumberland Portland Cement Co.
Incorporated
COWAN, TENNESSEE
PUMBERLANn
CEMENTlJ
rUMBERLITF
Ll MASONRY CEMENT Ld
J-IPDRTLAND
Farmers Association
T.C.
Incorporated
SIMMONS
Insu ranee
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS
GROCERIES
We
Buy and
Sell
Everything
Telephone 157
Winchester, Tenn.
TEXACO
R. H.
BROCK,
Distributor
TEXACO AND FIRESTONE
FIRE-CHIEF GASOLINE
HAVOLINE WAXFREE MOTOR OIL
NEW TEXACO MOTOR OIL
MARFAK GREASE
COWAN, TENNESSEE
Products Cost no more than Ordinary brands
Vaughan Hardware Co.
A
COMPLIMENTS
Complete Stock
Franklin County
s
Leading
Phone 137
Winchester, Tenn.
OF
Baggenstoss Bakery
Hardware Store
WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE
TRACY
CITY, TENNESSEE
Compliments of
New
THE SELIG COMPANY
600
Hotel Monteleone
New
600
Orleans, La.
ROOMS
ROOMS
MODERATE RATES
Manufacturers of
Free Radios in
Floor Maintenance
Rooms
Air-Conditioned Lobby, Coffee Shop, Grill, Dining Room,
Cocktail Lounge and Bar, Mezzanine, Convention
Disinfectants
Sanitary Products
and some Guest Rooms
Hall,
Insecticides
Garage
J.
F.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
in
Connection,
also
Large Parking Grounds
MONTELEONE
A.
Managing Director
F.
SPATAFORA
General
Manager
GLORIA
COMPLIMENTS
Supreme High Patent Flour
o^
Right Always All
A FRIEND
Ways
•w
USE
IT
AND
BE SURE
TRAVEL BY TRAIN
It is
quicker,
much
safer
and more
economical
TAILORS
//
you contemplate a
trip to
any point
in this
or a foreign country write
BALTIMORE AND CINCINNATI
Address inquiries
to
JIM
MOORE
JAMES FREEMAN
CO.
Asst. General Passenger
Agent
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Box
64,
Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
DRINK
Southern Railway System
MM
IN BOTTLES
ARCHER PAPER
George Wallace,
CO.
Jr.
Wholesale Paper and Twine
Roofing Paper, Office Supplies
TERRAZZO,
RESILIENT FLOORING
TILE,
Printing Paper, Linoleum
718 Cherry
1124-26 Market Street
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
Purely Vegetable
COMPLIMENTS
OF
BLACK-DRAUGHT
A GOOD Laxative
T. H. Payne &? Co.
Stationers, Booksellers
Office Outfitters
Since 1840
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
yewanee Men:
SINCE
1868
We
congratulate you upon the selection
your Alma Mater. May you make her
honorable traditions a part of your
Our Firm Has Been Serving
The Public in Their
of
future life
JAMES SUPPLY CO.
INSURANCE NEEDS
May We
Place
Our
515 E. Eleventh
Chattanooga, Tenn.
St.
Facilities
At Your Disposal?
THE
NEW READ HOUSE
Chattanooga' s Finest
GALE, SMITH & CO.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Hotel
"WELCOMES YOU"
WS M
ihe Air Castle
of the
South
Broadcasting Service of
THE NATIONAL
LIFE
AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Inc.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
We
Cater Especially to
Citizens and Students
COMPLIMENTS
OF
of
Sewanee
McKesson-Berry-Martm
Company
Wholesale Druggists
NEW MONTEAGLE
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
HOTEL
(Momai 3aah
(Samtrfc jFrutt
iFiua iFlom\
QL S.
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and Urgpialilra
(Mutual
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Company
Hiimrimratrii
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(HtnmsBn
THE LILLEY-AMES
HEADQUARTERS FOR
COMPANY
FRATERNITY JEWELRY
AND GIFTS
Columbus, Ohio
Write For Free Copy of Our
Catalogue Now
It
Manufacturers of
3
Military
is
full
articles
of
new and
attractive
gifts
and
for favors at prices which
suitable
will certainly appeal.
and College
UNIFORMS
GEORGE
and Equipment, Sabres and Swords
T.
BRODNAX
Incorporated
Gold and Silversmiths
Catalog on Request
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
COMPLIMENTS
DINE and DANCE
OF THE
AT
Clara
Queen Feature
Restaurant
s
Service
Incorporated
MONTEAGLE, TENN.
We
cater
especially
to
THEATRE EQUIPMENT AND
SUPPLIES
Sewanee students and
residents
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
HOTEL HERMITAGE
AND
SEWANEE
"THEY SMILE TOGETHER"
THE NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA &
LOUIS RAILWAY
Takes great pride
ST.
body the most complete
from Sewanee (from Cowan) and
in placing before the student
train service to or
FLORIDA, GEORGIA, ARKANSAS,
OKLAHOMA, TEXAS
High grade improvement
— —Comfortable
Fast
travel
Air Conditioned Comforts, Providing the Highest Type of Service for
Classes of Travel
J. F.
The
GAFFNEY,
JR., General Passenger
Nashville, Chattanooga
Agent
& St. Louis
V. R.
The Home
Zn/o-L-Zllaac
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N'S
FINE
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H O
all
Railway
WILLIAMS
of Insurance Service
Agency Established 1863
E S
Fire,
Windstorm, Casualty, Accident, Health
and Automobile Insurance Bonds
Life
Office
Phone 37
Res.
Phone 121
UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE
WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE
SEWANEE
Franklin County Motors
FUEL AND IRON CO.
DODGE AND
COALMONT, TENN.
PLYMOUTH
MOTOR CARS AND TRUCKS
F.
Sewanee Washed Coals are Clean
and Efficient
Winchester
V.
FRASSRAND, Manager
Telephone 144
The
Following Merchants of Chattanooga
Our
Supporters and Deserve
Are
Your
Patronage
DAVIDSON CLOTHING COMPANY
EDWARDS & LEBRON,
THE FISCHER COMPANY
LTD.
JEWELERS
JEWELERS
HARDIE
8C
CAUDLE
"THE MODERN STORE FOR MEN"
L. C.
LEACH
dC
COMPANY
738 Cherry
St.
JEWELRY
MILLER BROS.
COMPANY
LOVEMAN'S, INC.
"CHATTANOOGA'S QUALITY
DEPARTMENT STORE"
A SALUTE!!
to the
The
CAP -GOWN
University
Of the
South
WIL-KTN
"Everything for the
Theatre Except Film"
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CITY CAFE
<raivAinericaii
Filling Station for
Hungry People
MONTEAGLE, TENNESSEE
One
Most Popular
of the World's
Trains
and
THE AZALEAN
Provides Splendid
Via
SPEEGLE BROS.
Passenger Service
the
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
GARAGE
R. R.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
New
Phone 208
Orleans, the Gulf Coast
Birmingham,
The
Wrecker Service
NASHVILLE and
Between
Pan-American
Cincinnati
Louisville,
Lounge Car with
and Radio
carries
Parlor
MONTEAGLE, TENNESSEE
Sun
Both Trains are Air-Conditioned and carry Sleeping
Cars,
Information
as
&
N. Service, Fares,
cheerfully furnished by
L.
R.
C.
District
310 Third
Nat.
Cars and Coaches
Dining
to
etc.,
will
be
WALLIS
Passenger Agent
Bank Bldg.
Nashville, Tenn.
Phone 6-0865
"Specialized Lubrication"
Purchase Your Religious Books and
Leave Your Kodak Films
Supplies from
.
.
With
.
MOREHOUSE-GORHAM
University Supply
CHURCH BOOK STORES
Store
We
carry religious books of all publishers,
parish and Church School supplies, Altar
brasses, church appointments, bibles, prayer
books, hymnals, religious pictures and cards.
14
E.
Forty-first
St.,
New York
WRIGHT'S PHOTOGRAPHIC
SERVICE
City
NASHVILLE, TENN.
COMPLIMENTS
OF
the McDowell
ice
cream
AND
McDowells cafe
WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE
co.
DEFINITION
TAKE A
(according to the Travel-Wise)
Memphis
HOTEL
SAYOSO
In keeping with Us unexcelled service and faiimu.
The
food, the location of Hotel Gayoso is ideal.
Alain Street entrance is convenient to shops, de-
Hotel Gayoso is the
natural center for business meetings, fraternity
gatherings and social life. Here you find thoiiglitfu"
comfort at purse-pleasing prices.
partment stores and theatres.
Visit the
You don't have to major in math to figure why
you should stop in at the Green Lantern. Ask
your friends, they'll tell you.
Take a Tip! Get the most of the best for your
money!
Special dinners and banquets are available.
The Green Lantern
SEWANEE, TENN.
MRS. E. P. SHORT,
Phone 107
}
Single, #2.00,
Double, #3.00,
f
350 Rooms
l
up
up
HOTEL GAYOSO
C. C.
CAKTWRIGHT,
Prop.
Popular
LOBBY COFFEE SHOP
ROOM RATES
TIP!
Means
Hospitality
Yice-Pres.
and Gen. Mgr.
NEW
Everything
Except the OldFashioned Welcome
CJioos
HOT e'lCHISCA
J.
W. SCOTT, General Manager
Rates from #1.50
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Up
MEMPHIS
Air-Conditioned Grill
Many Air-Conditioned Guest Rooms
FREE PARKING GROUNDS
Free Parking in Garage
RILEY'S
GARAGE
COMPLIMENTS OF
THE SEWANEE BARBER SHOP
Sewanee, Term.
Sewanee Cleaners
PHONE (DAY OR NIGHT)— 55
COMPLETE MOTOR SERVICE
COURTEOUSLY RENDERED
General Automobile Repairing
and Taxi Service
WE HANDLE THE RAILROAD
Phone
PASSEN-
GERS BETWEEN COWAN, SEWANEE,
AND MONTEAGLE ON THEIR
RAILROAD TICKETS
Special Rates Will
JACKSON'S GARAGE
Sewanee
KAYWOODIE
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