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same way.

.'Mas, alas! What a weak and silly thing
is the human heart! Cupid is playing havoc
with this brunette, and predicts either matri-
mony or suicide. But even though Tamour
est tout," we know that his dalliance in para-
dise will not carry him so far astray that he
cannot slip back into the straight and narrow
way.



WESLEY FLOYD VE.ASEY
Stem, N. C.
Degree: A.B.

Age: 21

Philanthropic .Assembly. Granville County Club. Pres-
ident,

WE ha\"e known Wesley for some time
and have found no fault with him. He
has that cheerfulness that will cause him to
win a place in the hearts of all. He is sincere,
frank, and honest. He has spent his four
years of College life in "Carr Barn" and has
been known as the Freshmans Friend Had
it not been for a Latin course in his Freshman
year, he would now be wearing a Phi Beta
Kappa key. He has one weakness, however,
and that is a fondness for the opposite sex.
There is some fair lady in Durham who
yearns for each Saturday to come, because
she knows that the bus from Chapel Hill will
bring a certain passenger.

He is a good student, a loyal friend, and
a true Carolina man. and we feel fortunate in
having been associated with him during our
College life .Although we regret to see him
leave us, we know that he will succeed in
whatever he undertakes.



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FRANK WALDHLiRST

Richmond, Va.

Degree B,S., Electrical Engineering

Age: 21

S * E.

TONY," as his friends affectionately call
him, joined us in the Engineering School
in the year iqi i . A student he was not in his
Freshman year, though he passed all of his
work A bull session with his friends or a
social function meant life to him. But his
four years in the Engineering School have
wrought many changes. The hardest worker
in the Senior Class, he has developed the
scientific attitude of mind. Radio, by the
way, is his special field, and he bids fair to
be the Steinmetz of radio. "Tony" plans to
spend the rest of his life in radio research, and
those of us who have seen him at work, believe
that the radio world has much to look forward
to in the future.

Apart from his work, he is a jolly good
fellow, always ready with his bit of fun or, in
case of trouble, with a helping hand "Tonv"
is one whom we ha\c learned to like, admire,
and respect, for he is a man.



JAMES H.^RD1N WALL

Chester, S, C,

Degree: BS . Medicine

Age: 22

South Carolina Club; Student Council; Elisha Mitchell
Scientific Society; Assistant in Psychology.

* X: A >r A

WITH great wonder in his merry eyes he
came from the wilds of South Carolina
to view the civilization of the North. .'\nd
like all of us he has profited from the sight
thereof, in that he has come to realize that a
College education is not the means whereby
we heap and hoard vast quantities of the
material, but that it offers the opportunity
for us to make life more livable by improving
the intangible qualities, by developing the
aesthetic tastes, and by cultivating a broad
mind. It is sad, but true, nevertheless, that a
large percentage of us do not realize the pres-
ence of this opportunity, and therefore cannot
take ad\'antage of it. But, "Judge," having
a tertilc mind, being an acute obser\er, and
possessing an intellect unusually keen, has
gained much in his sojourn here.

There are two kinds of success — a success
that is measured in dollars and another meas-
ured in happiness We doubt not that
"Judge" will attain success in the former
sense even as he has already attained a large
degree of success in the latter one.



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CASSIA WALLACE

Cullowhee, N. C

Degree: A.B.

Age: 22

iociation; North Carolina Club;



Jacks



CASSIA was bom in South Dakota, but in
her early youth moved to the little town
of Cullowhee in the mountains of North Caro-
lina. This brown-eyed person, with her high
purposes and ideals, descended from the Land
of the Skv in iqij to spread a little joy in
Chapel Hill.

Owing to the joy she spreads around one
person in particular, we dare to prophesy-
that teaching will not hold the chief place in
her future life, .As a casual observer, owe
would gather that her motto is "never let
education interfere with dates." However,
hats off to her intellect; her dates don't seem
to interfere with her grades, for she comes
out with flying colors.



MILTON WARD

Wilson, N. C.

Degree: B.S., Commerce

Age: 20

Philanthropic Assembly; Carolina Jewish Siciety.

T K *

THE name. "Milly." to many a young
man would bring back memories of some
fair young damsel, but the "Milly" with
whom we deal here would hardly fill that
description. He may be fair and he may be
young, but he is certainly no damsel, if four
years in Doc Lawson's gymnasium has any-
thing to do with the upbuilding of real men.
.■\ glance at the Registrar s records will
show that he has not wasted his time, although
he is not at all anxious to have his deeds and
achic\ements shouted from the housetops.
He claims an average of the "gentleman s
grade." Besides scholastic ability, "Milly"
has displayed rare common sense in working
cross-word puzzles, especially on his eight-
thirties.

Four years of College life have left no
wrinkles on his brow, and we hope that his
characteristic good humor will carry him on
to future success.



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RICHARD PATRICK WARREN

Snow Hill, N. C.

Degree: B.S.. Commerce

Age: 2 7

Oak Ridge Club.

X.

CEDRIC, " as he is familiarly known, hails
from Snow Hill and, as if living up to the
name ol his home town, he is a perfect blonde.
Because of this peculiarity, he rivals Valentino
in his endless conquest of feminine hearts.

"Pat" entered Dean Carroll's school
when he first came to the University, and has
made an enviable record here. He has at
times shown touches of genius, and has sup-
plemented his study of Manufacturing Theory
by frequent ventures into the practical. His
latest venture won him the title of the "Rat-
t rap-King-
But it is not to be inferred from the abo\e
that he is all work and no play, for he has
entered heartily into campus activities. Nei-
ther has he neglected the social side of his
education .Although shy at first, one term
of Summer School broke him. and since then
his presence has been felt at every social
event.

.Although given to theorizing and much
cogitation he possesses a strong. stead\', re-
sourceful character.



ROY CLARK WELBORN

High Point, N. C.

Degree: B.S , Commerce

Age: 24



Randolph County Club.

THIS disciple of Dudley Carroll needs no
introduction to the inmates of the Uni-
versity However, it may be well to give a
few facts about him for the benefit of those
unfortunates who ha\e been denied the
pleasure of his acquaintance. Roy is one of
the hardest workers on the campus. Whether
the matter in hand be a problem in business
organization, publishing the "Guillord Coun-
ty Bulletin," or busting a heart, he goes about
it with the same painstaking thoroughness.
How he finds time to keep well up in his
Jewish Engineering studies, participate in
various campus acti\ities. and conduct two
successful affaires de coeur at one and the
same time is a puzzle even to his roommates.
His philosophical mien and certain locomo-
tive peculiarities have often caused him to be
mistaken for a distinguished Professor of Eng-
lish. Roy says the honor is all the professor's.
It is safe to predict that this gentleman
will one day occupy a high place in his chosen
work.



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WAYNE THOMAS WELLS

Odessa. \'. C.

Degree: ,4.6

A^e 28

SOMEWHERE in the mountains ol North
Carolina there was born a babe whose
future was destined to entwine many of the
thrilling adventures of this life; and the story-
is better told by this same individual who has
grown to be a man in the person of Wayne T.
Wells. Young in age, yet old in experience,
he lea\es us; and as he departs, we are sad-
dened, yet joyed; saddened because we are
losing a friend and a narrator who delves
into the phases and aspects of life; and it
comes from his own ingenuity with words
combined with those essentials of truth which
are personal experience and travel. We are
joyed because we are anxious that he may
gather in his own rich deserts which we know
he can obtain only through a continuation of
his old nomadic career. 'T is thus that we
part with a friend, a gentleman, and a cava-
lier; and wherever he goes, may he meet
with the same joy and sincerity in fellowship
that we are able to bestow upon him and he
upon us Good-by and luck to you, Wells!



WILBUR LATHAM WEST

Roseboro, N. C.

Degree: Ph.G.

Age 2 1

American Pharmaceutical Association
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AFTER one year's preparation at Wake
Forest, West entered the LIniversity in
the Fall of iqzz and registered with Dean
Noble. He entered with the Class of '24.
but after one year of studying he decided to
receive more training in his chosen field. He
re-entered in the Fall of 1024 and finished
with the Class of '25. Due to the fact that
he picked a front seat under Dr Howell, he
received more than his proportion of ques-
tions, but with a master mind he answered
correctly and precisely nearly every question
given him, even the one concerning the "most
important line in France." To West can
well he applied Caesar's words, "Veni, vidi,
vici. " for he entered the University with a
determination to conquer, which he has done,
and we expect great things of him in the future.
It goes without saying that West is an
ideal fellow. He is studious, yet a "Duke "
among the ladies, for they fall for his winning
personalities. "On to Raleigh ' (Meridithi
means a great deal to him. A listener often
finds himself being entertained in "air cas-
tles" which he builds for the future — castles
splendors suffice for a King; yet a "Duke —
just a bungalow, red roses and —



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WILL I AM LIPSCOMB WHEDBEE

Greenxillc. N. C.

Degree: LLB.

■■\ge: 20

Gorgon's Head, "Coop"; " n" . Pitt County Club:
R. C. L. W and M. H. Club; President German Club;
Manager Varsitv Track, President "Coop"; Leader
Junior German; 'Bell Weertl Board; N, C. Bar.

H x.

BILL is the man of action: tine fellow who
wants to get something done , He finished
his College course at the end of the first
quarter of his Senior year, passed the State
Bar and is already practicing in Greenville.

He leaves many friends at Carolina —
his brothers in the numerous organisations of
which he is a member, and many on the
campus-at-large. They will remember him
as a sunny-dispositioned, capable good fellow
who has made himself popular and gained
for himself the respect of all who know him.

As he has succeeded at Carolina, so is he
fated to succeed in Greenville, or Ne\ada, or
Nova Zembla — in fact, anywhere he chooses
to go.



JOHN JENNINGS WHITE

Townsville, N. C.

Degree: Ph.G

Age: 2 7

JOHN came to us two years ago and iden-
tified himself with the School of Pharmacy,
not merely to pass away the time but that he
might be better fitted to fill his place upon
the stage of life and in the service of man
His work has shown that he will be true to
his determination-
He has many friends In fact, to know
John is to wish you had known him longer.
He is the kind that does not worry about the
duties of life, but sets about them as though
he enjoyed overcoming obstacles.

We predict for him a successful career
and expect to hear from him in the future.



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Florence, S. C




Degree: AB.




Age: 2;


South Carol


na Club; German Club


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STUDENT" is a Tar Heel at least, although
he does come from our sister State to the
south, the one famous for "Sand Lappers"
and Palmettos.

The name, although it does describe
pretty accurately his occupation, was given
him in exchange for one less sonorous, per-
haps, but far more appropriate, that of
"Cadet" which was won while located on
Major Bingham's now famous heights.

"Student" entered the School of Liberal
.Arts immediately upon his first appearance
on The Hill, and it seems that he made a wise
choice, for a very liberal education has he
received. Drifting around from Mathe-
matics, through Geology and then into Eng-
lish and History, he has displayed a trace of
natural indecision but an extraordinarily
versatile mind. .As is characteristic of that
mind, he is thoughtful, yet forgetful; steadv,
yet changeable; and given to many and vari-
ous moods.

But he is sociable as well as studious,
and hardly a dance passes without being
graced by his presence, which on such occa-
sions, adds life, fun and pleasure.



THO.MAS .ABEL WILLLAMS

VV'entworth. N. C.

Degree: BS., Commerce

Age: ;q

Dialectic Senate. Rockingham County Club.

ALTHOL'GH a small spark. "Tom" is a
guiding light from over near the "Sore-
Back" State He was reared near the Old
Dominion, yet he is a Tar Heel from capstone
to basement.

He is a M.AN; everybody agrees to that,
but he is more than just a MAN. We have
never met a person with such a combination
of good attributes, pious, sublime, yet a"reg lar

guy"

Tom ' tackles problems with a zeal that
would cause many to turn green with env\-,
but he goes Napoleon one better — he has yet
to meet his Waterloo. He has found time to
complete his BS. in Comm. in three years
(majoring in Mr. Peacock's Accounting), dur-
ing his short visits to us on The Hill — his
visits were short, because he has been able
to spare but few moments from a certain
little girl among the hills of Guilford County.
In the three years that he has spent
among us. he has gained the admiration and
respect of all.






One Hundred Sevenl\




ARTHL'R REXFORD WILLIS. JR

New Bern. N. C.

Degree: B.S., Commerce

Age: 2 1

Philanthropic Assembly; German Club; Craven Countv
Club, President; Senior Class Invitation Committee;
Y.\CKETY Yack Business Staff.

n K o.

REX' — a big. big-hearted man. His host
of friends here will attest that all Caro-
lina recognizes this. But hold, those at Caro-
lina are not all

There is a certain young lady in G'boro
who has claimed many week-ends and often
mid-week days, and v.e can hardly say that
"Rex" has spent four years with us. When
he hears her call, there is only one answer
from him. " I will."

He has been a Godsend to our Commerce
School His merry laughs, his good cheer, and
his authoritative references as to "how its
done in the automobile trade, have taken
much of the drudgery out of our work.

"Rex." we know that you arc going to
make a (Stan- automobile dealer.



GILBERT LESTER WINDERS

Fremont, N. C.

Degree: B.S., Commerce

Age: iS



THE Veterans' Bureau did a good day's
work when they sent "Studebaker " here
Serving in the navy lor three years, and dis-
abled in its service, this gentleman was en-
titled to vocational training in some Unixer-
sicy. This he has taken at L'. N. C, selling
Studebakers to supplement the help of the
bureau. His educational campaign has been
conducted on the principle. "The last shall
be first and the first shall be last." for he com-
pleted his Junior and Senior work during the
first two years and then took his Freshman
and Sophomore subjects He could not resist
th: lure of the BS degree In spite of
hea\ y responsibilities — a wife and two chil-
dren — he has gone about his task in a quiet
and effective way. recording lor himself high
scholastic standing Steady in purpose, con-
sistent in effort, and loyal in interest, he has
won the admiration ol both students and
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HAL MARION WINDERS

Fremont, N. C.

Degree: Ph.G.

Age: 2/

Freshman Debating Society : Eiisha Mitchell Scientific
Society; Vice-President 'Pharmacy Class; Wayne
County Club; American Pharmaceutical Association;
Assistant in Pharmac>- (4)

4> A X

SELDOM do \\c meet a person of Hal's
type. One who presents a happy combina-
tion of good humor and honest straightfor-
wardness, a scorner of sentimentalities and
an attractive personality. These have gone
far toward making Hal a leader among his
classmates and among those who know him.

Through his ability to o\ercome any
odds, and win, Hal has been accorded man\'
honors, among them being one of the only
three members of his class to be elected to the
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. He was
also made assistant in Pharmacy for the last
year, thus convincing all of his ability in the
profession.

Not only is Hal a leader among men but
also among women. His attachment to the
fair sex is reported to be concentrated at
present among the voung ladies at Greens-
boro College, although a damsel from Rose
Hill has tied his heartstrings and it is reported
that the attachment is far from being one-
sided. Nevertheless, according to circum-
stantial evidence, Hal is a much-sought-after
person.



WALTER HENDERSON WOODSON, JR.

Salisbury, N. C.

Degree: A.B.

Age: 22

Junior Order Gimghouls; "Coop"; Sheiks; German
Club ; Rowan County Club, President ; Freshman Foot-
ball; Varsity Football; Commencement Marshal; Dance
Committee; Leader Sheik Dance

A K E

DESCENDED from good old German
stock, "Walt" has upheld his heritage
in being a gentleman, and a valued friend to
those who are his friends.

Unassuming and genuine, he has come
and gone among us. .Always dignified ; always
sincere ; he is one of the very, very few friends
of College days whom we will remember ten
years hence

He has been very popular at Carolina in
both athletic and social circles. His perse-
verance towards any goal which he seeks has
won him deserved admiration and respect
A strong personality and a sunny disposition
will carry him onward and upward in post-
College days. Adieu el bon chance!



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CHARLES HiLL YARBOROUGH

Louisburg, N. C.

Degree: A.B.

Age: 23

Gimghouls; Sheiks; Cabin. German Club; North Caro-
lina Club; Sub-Assistant Manager Varsity Basketball;
Captain Freshman Track Team; Varsity Track Team
(3. 4); Commencement Marshal

S A E; Z V

HILL is truly one of the most versatile
men that grace the departing Class of
'25. His many-sided personality has made
itself felt in practically every phase of campus
life. It is not often that one can go through
College and find that the keynote to success
is the skillful apportionment of one's time so
that every branch of College life receives its
proper attention, and that is what Hill has
done.

Through his entire College career, he has
been a most successful track man. Then, too.
he really makes a most creditable poet, some
of his verses having actually been accepted
by the Carolina Magazine. The peculiar
trait of his character that makes it unique is
that with all of his varied social, literary and
athletic pursuits, he has not neglected his
studies and has made an enviable record
through his grades.

.■\t the end of his College career, he
should consider himself fortunate. Hill is
leaving Carolina with the satisfaction of
knowing that he is taking with him every-
thing that College can give to a man and is
leaving behind a record of which he should be
justly proud.



FRANK OGBURN YATES

Monroe, N. C.

Degree: A.B.

Age : 2 1

Gimghouls; Minotaurs; "Coop". German Club; As-
sistant Leader Minotaur Dance (1); Leader Gimghoul
Dance; Dance Committee for Fall German

A T Q.

OG " first distinguished himself early in his
Freshman year by his ability to play
football. Since that time he has taken an
increasingly active part in affairs on The Hill-
He is a social leader on the campus, and no
tea or dance would be considered quite a
success without him. Combining sincerity
and cheerfulness with an unusually attractive
personality, he has had a College career which
could hardly be improved upon Ogburn has
a host of friends at Carolina who are wishing
him the best of success in the world of Busi-



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HANDSOMEST



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LAZIEST



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BEST DANCER.



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HOMAS MaNL'i W HITEN'ER



Junior Class Officers



Jefferson Barnes Fordham
Thomas Manly Whitener



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NAOMI ALEXANDER
Charlotte, N. C.



EDWARD MOORE ANDERSON

ReidsviUe, N. C.



LEROY WELLS ARMSTRONG
Spencer, N. C.



RALPH LEE ASBLTR^'
High Point, N. C.



HOWARD W'INFIELD BARBER
Raleigh, N. C.



ALTON CLAYTON BARD IN
Wilson. N, C.



ERNEST SCOTT BARR
Greensboro, N. C.



CYRL'S WILLIAM BAZEMORE
Windsor, N. C.



ALBERT H. ZEALY
Goldsboro, N. C.



CHARLES B. BISHOP
Durham, N. C.








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AMES ROBERT BLACKWELL. JR.
Oak Ridge, N. C.



LEWIS TAYLOR BLEDS01-;
Ashcvillc, N. C.



ARLESS WILTON BONEY
Clinton, N. C.



ROBERT JOSEPH BOWDEN
Kenansville, N, C.



W ILLIAM IVERSON BOWM.^N
Tuskegee, Ala.



HERBERT BORDEN BRAND

Wilmington. N. C.



ROBERT RL'SSELL BRASWELL
Rocky Mount, N. C.



JOHN M. BREW ER
Kershaw, S. C.



1ENR1' HARRISON BRIGGS
AshcN-.Ue, N. C.



ERNEST LELAND BRlGt;.s
Btimsville, N. C.








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CARL HARDEN BR ITT
Chadbourn. N. C.




ROBER r EMME r BRYAN
Newton Gro\e, N. C.



EDWIN C BRYSON
Br\ son Citv. N. C.



GEORGE HAMPTON BUCHANAN
Webster Groves, Mo.



AMES BELL BULLITT. JR.
Chapel Hill, N C.



ROBERTS COZART BULLOCK
Bahama, N. C.



CARNEY WASHINGTON BYNUTM
Pittsboro. N. C.




THOM.AS STOKES CA-MPEN
Goldsboro, N. C.



GLY' ADAMS CARDWELL. JR.
Wilmington, N. C.



MILLIS HOGLIE CARROLL
^ork. S C.






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P AL L EDWARD CATHEV
Charlotte. N. C.



W ILLL^M HENRY CLARK
Charlotte. N C



vVNfL'EL HUBERT CLARK
W axhaw , N. C.



MAL1RICE S. CLIFTON
Louisburg. N. C.



JAMES LIDE COKER
Hartsville. N. C.



JOHN F^NIMORE COOPER
Clinton. N C.



W ILBLH NORMAN COOPER, )R
Greensboro, N. C.



WATT MARTIN COOPER
Graham, N. C.



ABR.AM ADKINS CORY
Kinston, N. C.



GEORGE EDWARD COPELAND, JR
Greensboro, N. C.



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MABEL COUCH
Chapel Hill, N. C.



ROBERT MONROE COVINGTON
Rockingham, N. C.



W ALTER EDGAR CRISSMAN
High Point, N. C.



C. L. CRAWFORD

North Wilkesboro, N. C.



KEARNEY WASHINGTON CRISSMAN
High Point, N. C.



LESTER AVANT CROWELL
Lincolnton. N. C.



JOHN BODDIE CRUDLIP
Henderson, N. C.



ARLEY T. CLT^LEE
Polkton, N. C.



CAREY WILLIAMSON DANIEL
Chapel Hill. N. C.



S. P. DARDEN
Stantonsburg, N. C.







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R. R. DAUGHTERDGE
Rocky Mount, N. C.




ROBERT HAMPTON DAVIS
Wilmington, N. C,



EDGAR LEE DAVIS
Ham'.et, N. C.



FRED WEYMOUTH DAVIS
Elizabeth Citv, N. C.



WILLIAM AUGUSTUS DEVIN, JR.
Oxford, N. C.







CHARLES ALEX DENSON
Tarboro, N. C.



WILLIAM HENRY DEWAR
Kipling, N. C.



ELWOOD BOYD DIXOX
Avden, N. C.



R- B. DOWNS
Asheville. N. C.



WILLIAM ERSKIN DUFl-
Elirabeth Citv, N. C.





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F1T2HUGH DL'RHAM DUNCAN
Bailcv. N. C.



).\MES OTHO DLINLAP
Rock Hill, SC. .



HERMAN FRANKLIN EASOM
Selma. N. C.



SHOBER ANDREUS ELLIS
Winston-Salem, N. C.



DEMING T, ELMORE
Dover. N. C.



NORMAN SHANN'ONHOUSE ELLIOT
Edenton, N. C.



W. B, EVERETT
Robersonville. N. C.



EDGAR ATLAS FARRELL


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