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C foreword

In presenting this, the eighteenth
volume of the "Chanticleer," to you,
the students, alumni, and faculty of
Duke University, we, the staff, hope
that it will in some small way help to
preserve the memories and associa-
tions of those days which in all prob-
ability will be recalled as the most
. pleasant of your life.

If, then, in the years which are to
come, this book will aid in bringing
back fond remembrances, and in re-
calling the days which were so happily
spent here, then our efforts shall not
have been in vain and we shall have
justified the faith.



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To the Indomitable Spirit of
Modern College Youth, the
Leadership of Tomorrow, this
volume of the Chanticleer is
dedicated.





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Amid architectural settings which symbol-
ize the enduring qualities of mediaeval and
modern culture, the Duke University of
today blends the finest elements of con-
temporary life with the intellectual and
spiritual heritage of the ages. The treas-
ures of the past, the stirring realities of
the present, the challenging promise of the
future unites in the spiritual entity which
IS Alma Mater.

The ideals of Duke are enshrined in her
buildings and immortalized in her tra-
ditions. The Gothic spires of the West
Campus and the Georgian pediments of the
Woman's Gollege stand as monuments
which have woven immutable patterns in
the fabric of human life. But those who
live in surroundings which whisper of
receding centuries are never deaf to the
voice of the present. The spirit of the
men and women who live and labor here
moves in a modern tempo. For them the
meeting. point of Yesterday and Tomor-
row is Today.

With the aim of expressing through
word and symbol the Soul of the Present
in the life of the University, this the 1931
"Chanticleer," with its modern motif, has
been prepared.




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Book One

UNIVERSITY

Book Two
CLASSES

Book Three
ACTIVITIES

Book Four

ORGANIZATIONS

Book Five

FAIR LADIES




Book Six

FEATURES



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Duke University

The lU'w Duke ('miiiihis, known as the Wf'St Campu-s, ami orciiiiicd fur tlic first
time this vcai-. iX'jirfsciits the I'onsuinniation of a noteworthy (Ircaiii nf architoetural
art. Authorities have deehired it to be the hist word in comphtc constrnction
for academic purposes. The architecture is Tudor Gothic, canieil dul in lliirty-
oue commodious huihiings furnished with the most inndcrn iMpiipmeiit. The
stone of which the.se huildings is constructed, belonging to r)ne of the ohh'st torma-
tions known to geologists, is in six or eight distinctly colored tints, whicli already
lend to the campus an air of anticpiity. It was bronglit from the I nivc-i-sity's
own quarry about fifteen miles away.

The buildings are located in the midst of appro.ximately five ibonsand acres ot
woodland campus, through wliicli miles of scenic drives wind amid the sylvan
solitude.




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The Co-ordinate College for Wornen

About a, mile aiul a half from this new unit of Jhike University is located the
eanipns of the Coordinate College for Women, known as the East Campus, which
-was forniei-ly the campus of Trinity College. This campus has been attractively
developed in accordance with a complete plan of landscape architecture which
makes it one of the South's most beautiful.

Since the creation of Duke University in 102-t, tlie plant of the East Campus
has Ihm'11 almost i-onipletely reconstructed in preparation for its use by the "Woman's
College. Practically all of the old buildings have been torn away and new
ones erected, the architecture of these buildings being of the Georgian type.



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WILLIAM PRESTON FEW. A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D.

President

DUKE UNIVERSITY



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ROBERT LKK FI.OWKKS
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Vice President in the Rusines.s Dirinimi.
Secrrtnrii nnii Trensuvi'r






WUAAXW HANE \V.\N.\A.\I.\KKK
A.Li.. A.M., Litt.D.

Vicr President in the Educational Division
and Dean nf the University



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ARTHUR CARL LEE
B.S., C.E.

Chief Enyineer



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ALICE MARY BALDWIN
A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D.

Denn of tlir Woiiirin'.i CoUetje




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WALTER KIRKLAXD C'.KKKNK
A.B., A.M.. Pli.n.

jKini ol I'lKh'niidd iiidi' I iistniiiioil




\V.\KI' TlInMI'SIIN
Miniii'nr, Ihr Diikr t'liirei-tiilf/ Dininil Halls

WlI.l.IAM Ar.l.KN TVKKK, A.B.



lUifi-tiir in till liii.-). A.B.. H.A.,

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Sew Testament Lttniiiiaye

and Literature

Fkaxk Clyde Br



David Farqvhab Carvers, B.S., LL.D.
Assijitatit Profettsor of Law

Lkwis Chase (1929), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English

Benjamin Git Childs (1924) A.B., A.M.
Professor of Education

Gyffoed D.ivinsON Coduns (1926), A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Physics

rK.4NK WOODERIDGE CONSTANT (1930), B.S., Ph.D.

Instructor in Phi/sics

William Joseph Henry Cotton (1920). A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Economics and Business

A d ministration

Frederiok Auoustus Grant Cowper (1918),

A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Priifcssor of Romance Languages

WiLLi.\.M IVEV Cr.\nfohd (1891), A.B., Ph.D.
Carr Professor of Philosophy

Earle Bulla Craven, .Jr., (1930), A.B., M.D.
Instructor in Pathology

MA.SON Crum (1930), A.B., Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biblical

Literature 1931-1932

Bert Cunningham (1920), B.S., M.S.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

Julia Dale (1930), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

WiiJiURT Cornell D.\vison (1927), A.B., B.A.,

B.Sc, M.A., M.D.

Dean of School of Medi^'ine and Professor

of Pediatrics

George .Shari' Eadie (1930), BA., M.A.,

M.B.. Ph.D.
Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology

Watt Weems Eagle (1930), A.B., M.D.
Assistant Professor of Oto-laryngology

Howard Easij:y (1930), A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Education

Charles William Edwards, (1898), A.B.,

A.M., M.S.

Professor of Physics

William Whitfield Elliott (1925), B.A.,

M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Mathematics

Charles Abr-^m Ellwood (1930), Ph.B.,

Ph.D., LL.D.

Professor of ,Sociolotiy

Wn.KV Davis Forbus (1930), A.B., M.D.
Professor of Pathology

Robert Lee Flowers (1891), A.M., LL.D.
Professor of Mathematics

Alexander Hamilton Fret, A.B., M.A.,

LL.B.. J.P.D.

Visiting Professor of Law 1931-1932

LON FULI^R (1931), A.B., J.D.
Professor of Law

P.iUL Nefk Garbeb (1924), A.B., A.M., Pli.D.
Professor of Church History

Ann Henshaw Gardinfji (1930), R.N., B,S., M.S.
Assistant Professor of Nursing Education



Clarence Gardner, Jr., (1930), A.B., M.D.
Instructor in Surgery

Arthur Mathews Gates (1909), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Latin

Allan Giijsert (1920), B.A.. A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English

Katherine Everett Gilbert (1930), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

William Henry Glasson (1902), Ph.B., Ph.D.
Professor of Political Economy and Social Science

Allen Howard Godbey (1926). A.B., Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament

Ct>arence Gohdes (1930), A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of English

Edward Rutherford Gray (1929), A.B,, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Economics

Irving E.mery Giuy (1930), B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Instructor in Zoology

Walter Kirkland Greene (1928), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of English

P.IUL M.\gnus Gross (1919), B.S., A.M., Ph.D.
William Howell Pegram Professor of Chemistry

Frank Gregory Hall (1926), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Zoology

WILLIA.M Holland Hall (1915), A.B., A.M.,

B.C.E., M.S.C.E.

Professor of Engineering

Edwin Crowell Hamblen (1931), A.B., M.D.
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Donald Hamblin (1931), A.B., M.D.
Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Earl .Jefferson Hamilton (1927) B.S.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Economics

OsOAR Carl Edward Hansen-PrUss (1930),

A.B., M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine

George Thoma.s Hargitt (1930), Ph.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Zoology

Glenn H.iRRisoN (1931), A.B., M.D.
Instructor in Pediatrics

Dervi. Hart (1930), A.B., A.M., M.D.
Professor of Surgery

Ciiari.e.s Cleveu^nd Hatij:y (1917), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Physics

Charle.s Hoy Hauser (1929), B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
I nstructor in Chemistry

Herbert James Herring (1924), A.B., A.M.
Instructor in Debating

Duncan Ciiarteris Hetherington (1930),

A.B., Ph.D., M.D.

Associate Professor of Anatomy

Franklin Si.mpson Hickman (1927), A.B.,
A.M., S.T.B., Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology of Religion



THE CHANTICLEER



ARTiiiK UwK.v llicKSox (lirjs)), A.K.. A.M., rii.D.
Aftjtifttttnt Profefisor of Mathftitalics

\Vii.i.i.\.M Hkxry H), A.B., J.D.
Profesiior of the Siston/ tttul Sflfnce of Education

C.M.VIN Hkvlk Hoovkb (192r.), A.H., I'll I).
Professor of Eeonoiiiies

l>«ii.iiT Li-ciAN- Hopkins (n'-i^), B-S.,

M.S., Ph.D.

A.SMUitant Professor of ZoiilotliJ

Hugo Cuwdb Hokack (1930), A.B.. LL.B.
Professor of Law

J.VY Bkoaiiis HubBELI. (1927), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of En-i/lish

H., Ph.D.
Professor of Socioloi/ij

CiiRi.STornKR Johnston (1930), A.B., M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicitw

ARrlllBAl.n CYrrik JoRD-iN (19'2.t), A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of KitAMIN I'l.YSSES RATtllFOKD (1928).

A.B.. A.M.
Instructor in Economics

Robert James Reeves (1930). A.B.. M.D.
Assistant Pinfcssor of Roentyenoloffy

.Joseph Banks Kiiink (1927). B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology



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[2.\MHERT Ar.moltr Shears (1927). A.B.,

A.M.. PluD.

1 nstnictor in (ierinitn

John Hek.man Shields (1926), A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Accounting

Richard Harrison Sheyock (1925), B.S,. Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Histortl

David Tillman Smith (1930), A.B., M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine

Sl-SAN GOWEE S.mith (1930). A.B., M.A.
Instructor in Blochemistrg

M.VESiiALL Turner Spears (1927). A.B., A.M.
Lecturer in Law

Mrs. Bessie Whitted Spence (1929), A.B.

A.M., B.D.

Instructor in HihUcol Literofure

Hersey Everett Spence (1918), A.B.,

A.M., B.D.

Professor of Biblical Literature and

Religious Education

Walter Albert Stanbiry (1929), A.B.. D.D,
I'rufessor of Pro^'ticul Thcoliiiifi

Frederick Edward Steinhauser (1923),

A.B., A.M.

Inst ructor in Romance Languages

Francis Hdntinoton Swett (1930), A.B.,

M.A., Ph.l>.

I'ntfessnr of Anutoing

Haywood Taylor (1930), B.S., M.S., PIcD.

.l.s-.v(",v/(;)(/ Professor '*/ Biorheoiistrg



Joseph Miller Thomas (1930), A.B., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

William Thompson Towe (1924), A.B.
Assistant Professor of Business Law

Mrs Mary He.ndren Vance (1926), A.B., AM.
Assistant Professor of English

Paul Herman Vieth (1931). A.B., B.D., Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Religious Education, 1931

Clement Voll.mer (1926), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of German

Warren Chase VosBUWiH (1928), B.S.

M.S.. Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistrg

W.u.lace Wadk (1931). A.B.
Director of Atlilelics

Tho.mas Tipton Walker (1931), B.S., M.S., M.D.
Inst ritclor in Patliidogg

LoRiNO Baker Walton (1929), Lie. c's L.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages

William Hane Wannamaker (1904), A.B.,

A.M., Litt.D.

Professor of Gerontn

Vernon Ei.oin Way (1930), A.B., A.M., M.A.
Assistant Professor of Greek

Albert Mica,tah Webb (1903), A.B., A.M.
Professor of Romance Languages

Alfred Thurber West (19,30), B.S.
Instructor in English

Mrs. Marie Axue White (1930). A.B,, A.M.
In,ttrxtctor in English

Newman Ivev White (1919), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English

Alba.v (trecory Widgeey (1930), M.A.
Professor of Philosophg

Frederick Eliphaz Wilson (1923), A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of German

Robert North Wilson (1910), A.B., J[.S.
Professor of Cheniistrg

Robert Renbert AVilson (1925), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Political ,^cience

Frederick Adolphus Wolf (1927), A.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Botang

Robert Milliard Woody (1929), Ph.B.,

A.M., Ph.D.

1 nst ructor in Historg

Edward Hudson Y(h-ni; (1923), A.B.. A.M.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages

Karl Edward Zener (192.^). A.B.. A.M., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psgcholngg



THE CHANTICLEER



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