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in the i lull Speir, the C atfish, swims on . . . Pick,

ccrveza and the opera , , Brothei |ones Norwell

dates |ones girl , Long and the Greenville Mumni

Association . . . Bright, the Greensboro whiz ... I xams
and Commencemcnl -is '54-'55 draws to a t lose.



I In yeai brought man) pleasures and sorrows to thi
little house in thi center of fraternity court thi sad pass
mil; "I Ma I Ikins . . . the new boarding house . . . re-
■ii "I tin hou i ili< wi It '.in, addition "I

Mis. Shorl intangibles "I fraternit] lift friendship,

fellowship, .mil brotherhood,

( mi e more the lights in the halls "I Mini n i
tinguished, and thi halls n echo with the expei
■ ■I the year. Patientl) she waits for the coming I. ill foi
the cycle to begin waiting for the walls t<>
'I i" laughti i and • mgs ol I riendship.






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Pa^c One Hundred Eighty-one




Gamma Chapter



Founded 1848— Established 1928
OFFICERS



Bob |ones
Austin Strand
Bob Kimbrough
Fred Hudson
Harley Smith



President
Vice-President
. . . . Secretary

Treasurer

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Miss Betty Bowen

Tallahassee, Fla.



Bush week and as usual we end up with a hunch ol
great pledges hut their scholastic average is around -.5
. . . the "quickie" ball-sessions down at the house . . .
Jav Thorpe and "yeah, yeah, this guv is really great. Did'ja
see that hard sportcoat he wore? He's really sharp!" . . .
The hoys gripe because Russell says he will buy the fra-
ternity house . . . then Gregg comes to the rescue and
says he'll buy it hack . . . Goose finds out the girls can't
use him . . . Hose-nose, on the blacklist at all the girls'
colleges within a 100-mile radius . . . Give Jon enough
"rope and he will hang himself." Why didn't 1 get corn
for supper? Leach had some . . . Basset dates a brother's



girl . . . Chipper Hooper, or Circus Dan, the Muscle
Man . . . Sandifer still doesn't need that razor he got
lor Christmas two years ago ... I [oppei calls "fat man"
Greer a sophomore— and just because he acts like one
. . . the Phi's take first in wrestling again . . . Strand
busts his lip and Mary Lou cries . . . Bulldog Swoflord
takes Eric's place in the total consumption ol ketsup .it
the boarding house ... P. V. Woodward and his palm-
olive girl with the soft nose . . . W'artootsie finally shafts
B.T. after not getting a letter for fifteen weeks . . . Burg
and "there'll be a pledge meeting at the 1-f-f-fraternity
house alter supper" . . . Dave and Barney add Max to




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up "I dispose .ills For ... 1 luntei makes his bid

i" I in. i lovei Iron |aw final)) breaks il"« n and

gets pinned . . . C tausai gives .1 ring, but Belt) still refuses
i" paj board More pins gel Inst up al Sail m Rollo

and In - 1 \\ 1 r 1 tins time , Smile) and "boys, thai ping
pong table will I*- here the lust warm da) "I spring."
Fish-face Bennett keeps up Ins two-point average
on the Varsity, and k i1s •• scholarship i" 1 mor) Dental



Si hool 1 1 1< j still vim to lool .11 1I1.. . teeth . . [a)
and ih«- ( ..in I lolshoua 1 out pla) ing in thi

in .i "I slim . . . Pcrkinson tries to convert thi whole
fraternit) but fails , . . Want to pla) sonic basketball?
We haven't got .1 ball, but Milk 1 hi n
decides i" go Airborne .1 lell week, initiation, .m<l the
new brother's banquette the Blue and White Ball,

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Delta Chapter




Founded 1869— Established 1890
OFFICERS



Ronnie Whitson
John Buxton
Leighton Green
Blake Brinkerhoff
John Child .



President
Vice-Presideni

Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer



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Miss Barbaba Myers
Winston-Salem, N. C.



The close of another Kappa Sigma year, cherished by
all and forgotten by none. Rush Week, all night ses-
sions, and fearful threats— "He's a good guy and so help
me you'd better not drop a black one!" In refute to
Brinkerhoff's predicted dozen, Rush Week climaxed with
thirty-three pledges— writs, reviews, exams, and not a
single casualty. Olaf, the Swedish, works overtime with
homecoming house cleaning— decorations and Adam's
famous words, "It'll work!" Discussion of the next senior
to be pinned— Lacy 's immortal words, "Not me!" Dagen-
h.irt swamped already by bids for homecoming dances in
'55. Sugar Sasser (Phil) catches a lot of head from



Margaret. Fall function— shortly after Thanksgiving with
turkey left overs to be sure— Dr. Schenck rolls in the aisle
at Breedon's antics. Panicky Buxton, carrying the world
on his shoulders, begins preparations for spring exams.
"Milty" Campbell goes cosmopolitan with a '49 I ord
Thunderbird (motivated by his desire to overshadow
Gaither's roaring "8").

Christmas holidays— Whitson traps Kappa Sig Sweet
heart with ring— Farmer Smith (with help of good crops
likewise takes the fatal step. Midwinters— topped only by
the aftermath at the "Hall of Learning' better known




Pagp One Hundred Eighty-four



.i\ tin si I n >. .1 linns, ii ( orni lius I lon< j Bci
strikes ii rich .il;.iiii with Midwinters date. I eighton and
I hhIs.iv an) one l"i tennis Roberl rhi I

in. I I \ l.i Everette l is> Boarding House managei
Feenej plagued bj gripes "Awaj with mysterj meat!"
I .isul returns i" shine on the gridiron, then skips town
.is "Oldtimers" seek aid. Bo, still the undisputed King
pin ii boasting ol variations in length ol pinning from
one houi and twent) tu<' minutes i" one month and
twentj i\w> J.i\s. I reasurei ( Inl.l continual!) makes his
plea, "Boys, we're iu-.hK on the rocks; paj up. \\ lull



I edd) I'.' ii falti rs, I il ai and King add t" theii laurels

b) capturing thi I). hi. I' College Bridgi tournament

[nterfrati rnitj ithli tii i "m Fou

we backed mi., ih. basketball championship,

I In H i came and passed quickl) . . . I It II 01 I l<l|>
Spring I lolidays . . . Spring I rolii
I rams . .mil .1 Fond I. in well i" tin seniors, who have
-i| Foui years "I fellow
ship. I l.i|>|>\ are we met, happ) have we been, happy
in.iv we p. ii i. .mil nappj meel again.



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tpsilon Chapter




Founded 1901— Established 1930

OFFICERS

Joe Burroughs President

Fred Walsh Vice-President

Jesse Lockaby Treasurer

Gene Bargeron Secretary




Miss Nancy Cridlebaugh
High Point, N. C.



As the year's end approaches, we anticipate the loss
oC our senior brothers with no great joy . . . can we re-
place . . . our pair of Phi Betes, Buckv and I Ienrv
. . . our cosmopolite and scholar. Dove . . . parties
at Kings Mountain with Fred and Charlie . . . boss
Burroughs cooperative . . . industrious Brockmann, spread-
ing his talents to encompass the editorship ol that sheet
. . . flick-fiend Stevenson and money-mad Lockaby.

Patterson divides his time between the gridiron and
the bridge table . . . Eartha carries on a clandestine affair
with our li'l ol' Tennessean Jim Marshall ... a pre
dance "party" for the pledges, thoughtfully conceived



by Bayles . . . Buggy Blackwelder bewitching the belles
... a children farm at the Ware house . . . Tal's frustrated
recruiting for the Sig Ep Ball . . . Partridge, heir to the
debt . . . Bohemian Bargeron— a bit of Sioux and a li'l
black Bedsol . . . Tom Dove's table for one (?) reserved
at the Chez Montet . . . Walsh— 250 pounds of comic
relief . . . Cromartic— the one and only snake to pene-
trate the Eden of Gene's harem . . . thanx to prexy
Burroughs for casting the Sig Ep polygot into shape . . .
repasts at Jess'— the connoisseur's ecstasy . . . Brock's lack
of aim with a fratcrnin pin . . . the naughty ladies of
Sbadv Lane harass patient Butler . . . Stevenson con-
cludes Satchmo was too hot for the flick.




Pnge One Hundred Eighty-six



Campbell and McRc< evidence "l the Davidsonian
scholar-athlete . Cloningei Mill unaware among the
unknowns Beall on i weekend i>.iss with "Hazel"

I lnil>l>\ West, stai pupil in Marshall's - aiw Bible
class . . . welcoming W.nluk who has served Ins stretch
. Kendrick's quietus surpasses silent Partridge for six
weeks , Charlie Brown's sometimes successful at

tempts to field .1 winnei . . . bidding fond farewell as
liill Daniel pushed I izzie t" I lorida . . . Galliei ofl to
Boston foi weekend dates mone; 01 miscegenate . . .



K< imiK it i dignifique !"i ,. Yankee , , Hilan 1 li<
hillbill) from the swamplands, chaw in cheek . . . U«
in... I. 1 Vs ... Columbia cat Simons yowls foi the colonel
Redbaitei Moon crubs the painl si.nn from out
lak . . . Who's going to Greensboro] that's .ill I can
say. I'm.il . Murraj I.hhI with .1 shovel among the
tacks . . pledgi ["rojan rhomas, • 1 1 « - devoted domestic
Big Bad \\ olfe's defense "I the football mat hine . . .
;tud I llei devotes Ins springtime t" the diamond.



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Page One Hundred Eight) seven




Delta Lambda Chapter



Founded 185t>— Established 1946

OFFICERS

First Semester
I om Shaw . . President

Perrin Anderson Vice-President
Vereen Bell Secretary

Budd Montgomer\ Treasurer




Second Semester
Vereen Bell . President

Perrin Anderson Vice-President
Charlie Robinson Secretins

Budd Montgomery Treasurer



Miss Esther Benedict
Kingsport. Tenn.



Rush Week immediately busied us, and we unani-
mously admired the brilliant generalship of the little
Kaiser. When jimmy's week ended, Jeter's year began,
and he and his bully friends were soon holding weekly
sessions in group therapy with an eager audience of
pledges. Homecoming was the next event of a busy
autumn. The team of Curtis and Rhodes dreamed up
a tireless mechanical cow that stole the decorations hon-
ors from the neighboring houses. But the festivities ended
soon, and we lapsed into the daily routine of coffee, T.V.,
and occasional studv. One night we had a Function neat-



Cornelius and danced all over the place in odd costumes
to the soft music of our favorite orchestra. Shortly after-
ward some tiny folks from Barium Springs captured our
hearts and sent us home with appropriate humility and
joy for the Christmas season. We returned to Davidson
dedicated to scholarship, then frustrated by it. These
were the last days in the Consulship of our beloved
"Rooster." "\V. W." Bell took the gavel from Tom,
flanked by Messrs. Anderson, P. A., and Robinson, C.
Other notable second semester officers were "Sticks"
Hood, recreation chairman, and John Holt, recreation




Page One Hundred Eighty-eight



representative. \l Midwinters, while the resl "I us weren't
looking, I loll and Morrow gave awa) theii pins, and
soft-spoken Muss gave awaj Ins heart. \ite\ Midwinters
we thought again "I oui purposes .is sudents. \ biggei
.mil bettei b) .> channel I A. set s.n in the Chaptci
Room In March we welcomed new brothers. I he Sweel



hi irl I'll! oci mini .ii tin i ml ..I tin month, and
Esthei abdicated in Favoi ol hei lovely successor. Spring
u.is here with its Frolics and its "bresh' and il
and its baseball , . . and il baking

hands -ill around and s.i\iny, "Sir you at Benning." So
■ iui \i u ended al I ).i\ idson.



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Epsilon Omega Chapter




Founded 1865— Established 1950
OFFICERS

Linny Baker President

Cheeze Lambert . . Vice-President

Albert Harris Secretary

Fred Samra Treasurer




Miss Joyce Holshousep.

Kannapolis, N. C.



Looking back I recall the wonderful memories of this
past year . . . the ATO Congress in Atlanta . . . "Cheeze"
Lambert trying to lead the singing during Rush Week
. . . "Buckdance" Sutton and "Flick" Renfrew working to-
wards a Masters degree in catering . . . "Jaw" Pitts taking
a law course to find out how he can get his pin back
. . . Homecoming and "Mickey Mouse," who took care
of the refreshments . . . Phil Tesh's "striking" date . . .
"Ed Sullivan" Koonce and his delicatessen . . . "Penny"
Stewart's chapel sermon on "Good News" . . . "David
O." Harris and "Gene Kelly" Parrish receiving the Beeh-
ler Award for "Good News" . . . the Suppressed Desires
Dance and "John Rood" lending "Judge" Warlick his



cap and gown . . . "Corfee" Ha v wood and Bill Simen-
dinger collecting all the money that fell out of the Pledges'
pockets . . . Max Barker and Sandy Stubbs making the
all-fraternity snowball team . . . Roy McCormick trying
to hitch a ride on "Mush" McCutchan's dog sled . . .
"Gorgeous George" Gheesling trying to impress "G. M."
Stewart with his weight lifting . . . "Dill" Garrison,
heir apparent to the College Union . . . "Gertrude" Car-
michael and Friday night Pledge parties . . . "Ah, keep
youi shirt on, lady!" Linny Marshall Baker . . . Bill
Keiter and "Darkroom" Daniel continually defeated try-
ing to get the chapter to subscribe to Playboy . . . "Our
|ewel" Find and his new Blue Chariot . . . "Pope" Sharp




Page One Hundred j\'ifiet>



._h ttins i date l"i \l»l W inti rs I edd

Samra; Mid-Winters' tickets, $5.80! Wild

i Charlie" kn.i\ voted BGMCK B< i Groomed

Man On Campus , , .even Velva Middleton refusing
"Howdj I -ill" I'll. in'-, plea l<>i .1 date ... "I mily" Kim
brough, chiel alter-boj foi East dorm "Lavoisiei

Gaskin, "Quick game ol bridge . . "Jack Wc

Masse) . . , "Tom Collins" Morgan . , . Clifl I >•
gping l>.uk and forth to Charlotte like .1 yo-yo . . \ W
I Bloodworth, the man with foui names . , . "Deacon"
1 1. ill teaching Sunda) School . . . ( harlie Gribble, an



othi 1 hi iln Kannapolis Dynast) "< ommander" I llei
giving 'Swabbii Ritchii swimming li on Swede'

I Icllstrom Don ( a 1 hai I ind I <l In;

"flipping" ovei th< Brubcck concert I'- Lanford

and his ten-gallon hai Bob Savers and Raymond

Vaughn and theii long ke) chains ... I loyd "Di Km
sey" l hapin . . . Felix Sibley, Liberacc "I th( Pledg<

C Ilass . . "Petei I 1 Moon and "Jungli Inn ["ravisi

scaring th( orphans .11 the Christmas part) . , . "Dred"
Scoti .ind those long-distance calls to Poll) and oui

singing w aitei . I "in I hrailkill.



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Pnge One Hundred Ninety-one




Founded 1947
OFFICERS



Dick Morrow
Maurice Crouse
Kay Bartell
Bob Brindle



. . . . President

Vice-President

Secretin}

Treasurer



Miss Elaine Estridge
Charlotte, N. C.



Under the capable leadership of President Dick Mor-
row, the Campus Club continued to fulfill its function
as a social, religious, and humanitarian center for non-
fraternity students. The year was not without some re-
consideration of the club's basic philosophy, however,
and some modifications in practice were made as a result
of a revised concept of the club's mission on the Davidson
College campus.

The first full participation in Rush Week netted ten
candidate members for the Campus Club. Rush Week
participation was only a prelude to the policy of more



co-operation with fraternities through the co-ordination
of the Interfraternity Council.

Athletics again rose into prominence as teams were
fielded in most events, and independents were invited
to play on the teams in an effort to bring the entire non-
fraternity element on the campus together in a closer
fellowship.

Christmas time found the Campus Club the glad
host for a group of ten boys and girls from Barium Springs
for the annual Christmas parties. Older children from
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Page One Hundred Ninety-two



.i choral concert, keeping alive one "I tli>' club's ni"si
rewarding traditions.

\ highlight o| Mi. \ , H u .is the al t( i \

i In-Ill aftei tin opening address "I the University

Christian Mission, I Ik- reception developed inti
and rewarding discussion "I the views presented l>\ the
speakei and helped to awaken much thought about
Southern problems,

Iniiil i.iit-i mix sing practice undei the capable and
experienced leadership "I Hinshaw proved to be an
enjoyable pari "I man) meetings.



Me rii we have noted meeting around .1 cozy fire

place whenevei the radiators Failed to work . . rush
meetings to allow time foi movie parties, until the local
link uini up hi II .mi. more photograph) bugs and

radio equipment than we knew what to ik> with , . .
the institution ol the "points Foi participation" plan
the candidal n bei who was > ioiisiitiuion.il whiz

. the house becomes a sanctuar) Foi midnight oil burn
i-is . . . Spring returns with a slump in activities and
grades . , . recover) jusl in time Foi exams, well almost
. . . time runs oul and inothei yeai is gone Forever hut
also remi mbered Forever.




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Page One Hundred Ninety-three



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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

HOME OFFICE CHARLOTTE, N. C.



Columbia Theological Seminary

DECATUR, GEORGIA

Founded 1828

Strategically Located — Well Equipped — Thoroughly Accredited

SERVING THE SOUTHEAST



N. G. SPEIR, Inc.

MORTGAGE LOANS — REAL ESTATE SALES

130 East Fourth Street Phone ED 4-5386

CHARLOTTE 2, N. C.



I H o I iundrcd Dircc



Wherever You Co . . .

Enjoy 'S & P' Peanut Butter Sandwiches
With Your Favorite Cold Drink.



Peanut

Butter

Sandwiches




Always Ask for S & P' — Your Assurance of the Best.







Phone TR 5-6547


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BEN HUNTLEY AUTO SALES

U. S. Highway 21
n Huntley HUNTERSVILLE, N. C.




1228 ELIZABETH AVE. • PH. FR 6-1511
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -







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McCrary Hosiery Mills, Inc.

ASHEBORO, N. C.
Makers of Famous McCrary Seam Reminder Stockings

Sold by Better Stores Everywhere

C. W. McCrary, '24 J. F. McCrary, '28



Paoe Two Hundred Four




You always meet

your friends when

you shop at

EFIRDS



Page Two Hundred hive





for over BD years
it has been






®Belte

CHARLOTTE












for better values




CHARTER SERVICE A SPECIALTY

Enjoy the convenience of having your own
"private" coach — charter a big new Queen
City Trailways bus for that next trip planned
by your group. An inquiry will bring full infor-
mation.



RIDE NEW
TRAILWAYS THRU-LINERS

* AIR SUSPENSION
Ride on "springs" of air

• RECLINING SEATS

• AIR-CONDITIONED

* UNEXCELLED SAFETY


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