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Adams, Carl
Arnold, Ruth
Anderson, Miriam
Anderson, Edith
Alexander, Verda
Aiken, Bobbye
Arnold, Catholene
Bundrant, Mable
Bryan, Lucille
Barker, Clancey
Bramblett, W. Percy
Bobo, hieien
Bragg, hiarold
Bratcher, Letha
Beachboard, Josephine



Bingham, Nell
Bell, Anne
Bloom, Lida
Bennett, Colleen
Beasley, Louise
Beasley, Vera
Brandon, Pearl
Broadway, Andrew
Basham, Adeline
Brown, Wilma E.
Barker, Frank
Bagwell, Anne
Baxter, Mabel
Bingham, Stanley
Bryan, Ryce



Bradley, Sue
Bobo, John Elizabeth
Beesley, Madeline
Bell, Louise
Boyd, Martha
Birdwell, Lattie
Bowling, Lavada Mae
Boyd, Mary Eleanor
Brandon, N. Wilford
Bramblett, Ella
Benson, Inez
Bell, Effie
Baker, Sara
Burt, Annie Lee
Birchwell, Edna



Crockett, Gene
Clark, Evalene
Clark, Eunice
Campbell, Edna
Cunningham, Marie
Collins, Bill
Cornwell, Lindell
Cotton, Charlotte
Cooke, Sara Bell
Carpenter, Eleanor
Clardy, Geneva
Clark, Dorothy
Couser, Mavolene
demons, Margaret G.
Carlton, Bill




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Page Twenty-nme



SOPHOMORE CLASS



Carroll, Claude, Jr.
Clark, Letitia
Campbell, Mary
Copplnger, Bobbie
Cunningham, Ruth
Couch, Marie
Culberson, Gladys
Darnell, Era
Downey, Ona
Daniel, Grace
Dickens, Wayne
Davidson, Dell
Daniel, Ira
Dillon, Grace
Donoho, Edith
Douglas, Margaret
Edwards, Reda
Edens, Rubye
Eggstein, Mary F.
Felts, Woodroe
Ferrel, Mattie Lou
Forester, Charles
Finley, Pauline
Frazier, Nonnie Lee
Griffith, Grady
Gordon, Aleen
Garant, Henry
Garland, Harold
Goodman, Harry
Greer, Epsie
Gessler, Susie
Goodman, Ruby
Goad, Daisy
Gilbert, Helen
Holloway, Lucy
Holman, Julia
Hall, Fannie Maude
Hill, Mrs. Oslie



Hatcher, BIythe

Huddleston, Sara

Harwell, Elese

Hunter, Mary Clifton

Hughes, Jack

Hewlett, T. H.

Holt, Mattie Lou

Hatchett, Retta

Hyde, Louise

Hay, Samuel

Howell, Okerleen

Hunter, Irma

Holland, William

Hassell, Willie

Johnson, Birdie Mae

Jordon, Christine

Jones, Mary

Jenkins, Othelia

Jones, Stella

Jackson, Zelma

Jenkins, Hattle
Kennedy, Sid
Kirk, Myrtle
Kirk, Blanche
Lassater, Fulvia
Laws, Mrs. Homer
Lucas, Mary
Lancaster, Mable
Long, Naomi
Luther, Martha
Long, Gladys
Lowe, Maggie J.
Lockey, James
Lenehan, Orlean
Lassater, Ethel
Lassater, Katherine
McMichell, Hazel
McCullum, Vera



Malone, Nellie
Mankin, Jane Ellen
Malone, Jane
Mason, Muzzetta
Martin, Lester
Morrow, Roy
Mullinix, Dora
Mullinlx, Ruby
McFall, Jones
McFall, Lawrence
Mulligan, Bess
Moore, Rhoda Lee
Morrow, Mary
Meadors, Dot
McGlothlin, Lillian
Nance, Fred
Nichols, Mrs. Vera
Nixon, Lucille
Neel, J. D.
Odom, Clinton
Potts, Zella
Puckett, Arnold
Pate, Lee
Parker, Alese
Pamplln, Bill
Potts, Gladys
PIttard, Homer
Potts, Martha E.
Phelph, Jeanette
Pearson, Corinne
Prince, Eliza
Robinson, Claude
Roth, Nan
Rogers, Maurine
Rose, Pearl
Reader, Nettie
Ransom, Rebecca
Ross. Webb



Rudoff, Edith
Stone, Florence
Shelton, Lou
Spencer, Louise
Spencer, Clydia
Snell, Azilee
Spence, Sammye
Shippe, Mary Bell
Sanders, Alma
Smothermon, Venetia
Smith, Mrs. Roy
Smith, Roy
Simmons, Beatrice
Summer, W. E.
Sharp, George
Sawyer, Marietta
Smith, Ervin
Smotherman, Fern
Semrell, Martha
Smith, Muriel
Smotherman, Leoma
Taylor, James
Taylor, Sibyl
Thompson, Nell
Thompson, Monnette
Trapp, Etta
Terry, Clarence
Travis, Elizabeth
Thomas, Marie
Thurman, Doris
Weatherly, Adelaide
White, Huse
Wood, Dudley
Wiley, Katherine
Wetzel, Loveleen
Winette, Bernice
White, Elizabeth
Wallace, Joe



Page Thirty



THE MID LANDER



933



FRESH MAN CLASS



JOHN HOOVER President

GEORGE JOHNSON Vice-President

MARY F. WYNNE Secretary and Treasurer

DOROTHY BACHTEL Sponsor



Abernathy, Spear
Abernathy, Jack
Apple, Ruby
Andrew, Pauline
Anderson, Mannice
Borthick, Janey
Borthick, Joseph W.
Barron, Mary Frances
Benson, Mary
Bloodworth, Thera
Barker, Freda
Blackburn, Jannes
Boyd, Margaret



bailey, bernice
Beasley, Hortwell
Buck, Ernest
Bonner, Glenn
Banks, Esther
Batey, Martha Louise
Beckman Bertha
Basham Theophilus D.
Blalock, Elsie
Bates, Georgia
Bowden, Henrietta
Brown, Imogene
Barton, Ellen



Cowsert, Katherine
Carrick, Virgie
Carroll, Louise
Crosthwaite, Herbert
Cannpbell, Ann
Carney, Juanice
Clancey, Rozetta
Carroll, Donald
Click, Grace
Covington, Joe
Cox, Emnny Lou
Dalton, Daisy
Dalton, P. H.




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Page Thirty-one



FRESHMAN CLASS



Davis, Wilsie
Donnell, Sara
Ellis, Verna
Evans, Simmons
Edwards, Mae
Farrar, Vinlla
Frazier, Charles
Fuller, S. A.
Fuller, Sara
Groom, Sara Sue
Godwin, Gladys
Gidcomb, Inez
Gothard, McClellan
Greer, Elsie Lee
Grizzell, George
Gallagher, Joe
Gray, Marguerite
Givens, Dora
Hoover, Sewell
Huff, Fonza Jo
Hinkle, Gretchen
Hines, George
Howser, Hilda
Hannal, Freida
Hall, Leonora
Hackworth, Clifford
Horkleeroad, Minnie Lee
Jackson, Lester
Joyce, Elizabeth
Jackson, Thelma
Jent, Ruby
Jones, Frank, Jr.
Jones, Edna
Jones, Mildred
Jenkins, Gordon
Jaco, Ethel Bates
Keeton, Ed
Michael, Linwood
McCurrey, Stella
McDanlels, Ruth



McDaniels, Jane Gray
Meadows, Evelyn
McKee, Mildred
Marable, Faye
McClearin, Elizabeth
McConnell, Maude
Martin, Virginia
Miller, Iva
Mason, Robert
McCurry, Will Ellen
Murfree, Cornelia
Mitchell, Eliza
Meagher, Winnie
Myers, J. H.
Murray, Sara
Manson, Dick
Neville, Claire
Owen, Callie Lillle
Prince, Mary Katherine
Pettus, Arnold
Poe Frances
Peyton, J. P.
Parker, John W.
Pitts, Raymond
Price, Paul
Perdue, Sara Clarice
Quails, Rebecca
Robinson, Nelle
Reeder, Nettie
Ralston, Virginia
Reynolds, Jamie
Richardson, Mrs. Lavon
Richardson, Lois
Richardson, Bernice
Ray, Margaret
Rosson, Lula
Smith, Greenwood
Smith, Annie Buford
Smithson, JImmIe
Scott, Lora



Shaw, William R.
Stegall, May Love
Sykes, Gladys
Stubblefield, Edward
Shasteen, Minnie O.
Stone, Mildred
Summer, Wilson
Sawer, Charles
Sadler, Mrs.
Sykes, Mary
Safley, J. M.
Safley, R. B.
Stanford, Cornelia
Thompson, Eula
Tillet, Lillian
Tuck, Aubrey
Tune, Marguerita
Turner, John
Thacker, Snodie Reba
Turner, Clara
Venable, Sara George
Webb, Ruth
WIson, Robert C.
Wade, Isabell
Wheeler, Charlie
Woodruff, Mary Olive
Woodyard, Mrs. A. B.
Winsett, Ada Sue
Wooten, Hazel
Webb, Robert
Winnett, Mildred
Warren, Alga
Woodruff, Ruth
Warren, Videlle
Walker, Mary Lou
Wynne, Mary Frances
Williams, Ann L.
Warren, Edward
Wilson, Pauline



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THE MID LANDER



193 3



WRITERS CLUB

DORA COPPEDGE President

JANE ELLEN MANKIN Secretary

PHILLIP MANKIN Sponsor



Baxter, Mable
Brandon, Ruth
Brandon, Wilfred
Hallcox, Raymond
Hitt, James
Jones, Frank



Mason, Robert
Oldham, Gray
Peyton, J. B.
Stroup, Christyne
Templeton, Louise
Witt, Parllee



York, Luther



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Page Thirty-three




TAU OMICRON

OFFICERS

KATHERYN CHAMBERS President

HELENE PANNELL Vice-President

MARY LAWRENCE BARKER Secretary and Treasurer

SPONSORS

HESTER ROGERS and ELIZABETH SCHARDT



Cathey, Clara
Covington, Lera
Crockett, Andrena
Davidson, Ruby
Harned, Virginia



Lewis, Rowena
Mitchell, Margie
O'Kelly, Ruth
Payne, Mary Wilson
Titsworth, lone



Wood, Dorothy



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THE MID LANDER • 1933



SIGMA CLUB

OFFICERS

MARION EDNEY President

WALTER TAYLOR Secretary and Treasurer

HOWARD McGUIRE Vice-President

NEAL FRAZIER Councilman



Bass, Owen
Calhoun, Charles
Crane, Lowell
Fielder, Harris
Fults, Vaughn
George, Roy
Goodman, Marlln
Woodmore, T. B.



Huffman, Hooper
Hastings, Sam
Hogan, Martin
Judd, W. B.
McLean, Whitson
Osteen, Richard
Rankin, William L.
Sykes, T. W.




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Page Thirty-five




GLEE C L U



OFFICERS

GIRLS

RUTH O'KELLY President

MARGARET BEARD Vice-President

ROWENA LEWIS Secretary

SARAH RANDOLPH Treasurer

MEN

LOWELL CRANE President

TALMADGE SYKES Vice-President

EUGENE TILLMAN Secretary and Treasurer



DOROTHY WOOD . ..
MISS E. MAY SAUNDERS



Accompanist
. . . Director



An important part of each year's activities are those of the two
glee clubs. Since the organization of the first one, several years
ago, the membership has grown constantly until now there are two
groups. Miss Saunders, the director, has been tireless in her
efforts, and it is to her that credit should be given for the present
organizations.



Page Thirty-six



THE MIDLANDER



19 3 3



ORCHESTRA and BAND

OFFICERS

ORCHESTRA

MARY ELEANOR BOYD President

ROWENA LEWIS Vice-President

JAMES LOCKEY Secretary and Treasurer

MRS. AULTMAN SANDERS Director

BAND

TALM ADGE SYKES President

LOVELEEN WETZEL Vice-President

MARY ELEANOR BOYD Secretary and Treasurer

DR. W. M. MEBANE Director



Among the prominent organizations on the campus are the
orchestra and band under the direction of Mrs. Aultman Sanders
and Dr. W. M. Mebane. Long years from now we feel sure that
room 41 and the third floor rooms will come to life and testify to
the many chords and dischords sounded within their walls. But
be it recorded that no activity on the campus is complete, whether
it be athletics, dramatics, or music, without some members of the
musical organizations participating.




THE MID LANDER • 1933



Page Thirty-seven




DRAMATIC CLUB

OFFICERS

HARRIS FIELDER President

CLARA CATHEY Vice-President

LOUISE HYDE Secretary and Treasurer

MRS. ALLAN C. CLARK Sponsor



Anderson, Miriam
Brandon, Wilfred
Cantrell, Virginia
Channbers, Katheryn
Clancey, Rosetta
Comperry, William
Ezell, Mrs. Iva McBryde
Erranton, Joel
Foster, Clayton



Hollandsworth, T. H.
Hall, Leonora
Langston, Zoolah
Mason, Robert
McKnIght, Stephen
O'Kelly, Ruth
Oldham, Gray
Sanders, Harvey
Sutton, Elizabeth



Turner, Mary Gilliam



Page Thirty-eight



THE MID LANDER • 1933



DEBATERS CLUB

OFFICERS

MARVIN WADE President

ELIZABETH SUTTON Secretary and Treasurer

JOEL ERRANTON Vice-President

W. B. JUDD Coach



Baxter, Mabel
Borthick, Joe
Croswalte, Herbert
Denton, Lila Rose



Loughry, Lida Lee
McLean, Whitson
Stephens, Paul
Witt, Paralee



Hogan, Martin




THE MID LANDER • 1933



Page Thirty-nine




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

OFFICERS

MARGARET BEARD President

ANNIE CLAYTON Secretary

LUCILE FAIN Vice-President

EDITH ANDERSON Treasurer

MRS. BERNICE RAINEY VARNER Sponsor

JANE KEMMER Miss Home Econonnics



Akin, Bobbye
Atkins, Elizabeth
Benson, Mary
Brown, Alice
Brown, Imogene
Cox, Emmy Lou
Dennis, Dora
Edens, Ruby
Evans, Emelyne
Foutch, Myrtle Ruth
Holderfield, Edith



Kelso, Frances
McNeece, Bertha

Renfro, Brownie
Sawyer, Marietta
Scott, Maira
Shelley, Christine
Stegall, Mary Love
Story, Lula
Thomas, Marie
Williams, Mary
Woodson, Florine



Page Forty



THE MIDLANDER«I933



FOOTBALL




COACH FAULKINBERRY



The past football season brought the most trying schedule ever tackled by a Blue and
White team, but after a season replete with bad breaks, a fine ending was made
against the University of Miami, in Florida, December 3, 1932.

Games were won from U. T. Juniors, 18-7; Union University, 14-7; West Tennessee
Teachers, 6-0; and Florida, 7-0. Games lost were: Sewanee, 12-0; Maryville, 12-6;
Chattanooga, 26-0; West Kentucky, 21-7; Murray, 7-6; and T. P. I., 32-6.




THE MID LANDER • 1933



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Page Forty-three




BASKETBALL TEAMS



The varsity five, although suffering numerous setbacks through
the midseason, innproved with the close; and rang down the final
curtain with victories over Cumberland, Murray, T. P. I., and West
Tennessee Teachers. The final record shows nine victories against
seven losses.

The graduation of hiindman, Kerr, hlolt, and hlolden will hurt the
team rather severely next year. hHowever "Butch" Young, who was
recognized as one of the outstanding Southern players, will play
again next year.



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