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PREPS



First Row:

• JUDITH ALLISON ALDRICH, Michigan City, Miss.; High School
Certificate: Penta Tau.

• LOIS JOY ALLEN. Franklin, Tenn.: High School Certificate: Eccowasin;
A.A., '50: Hockey Varsity, '50.



City, Okla.; High School Certificate



Second Row:

• ANNETTE ANDREWS. Oklahom;
X.L: Sergeant-at-arms of X.L.. '50.

• CHARLOTTE ANNE ARMSTRONG. (CHA). Greeneville, Tenn.: High
School Certificate: Anti-Pandora; Sergeant-at-arms of Anti-Pan, '50: Pen-
staff Club, '50; High School Glee Club, '50.



Third Row:

• CHARLOTTA MAE BONNER (JACKIE), Cincinnati, Ohio; High School
Certificate; X.L; Underclassmen Representative of Student Council, '47;
Boarding Treasurer of Freshman Class, '47; Roundtable Club, ■49,'50.

• AMIE FORMAN BOYD, Shelbyvllle, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
T.C.; Secretary of Sophomore Class, '48; A.A., '49, '50; Proctor, '50; Hockey
Varsity, '49,'50; Round Table Club, '49,'50.



Fourth Row:

• MARGARET HICKS BRADY, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate:
Angkor; French Club, '50.

• KATHLEEN BRENNAN. Oakville, Ontario, Canada: High School Certif-
icate: X.L.: Chemistry Club. '50.



• LINDA BROWN, Lindsay, Okla.; High School Certificate; Anti-Pan-
dora; Art Club, '50.



O NANCY DALE BRUMMITT, Cente
F.F.



High School Certificate




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LUCY HENDERSON BUFORD (BUF), Franklin, Tenn.; High School
Ifertificate: Eccowasm; Eccowasin Reporter. '47; Penstaff Club, ■47,'4B.'49,
President, '50; Secretary of Sophomore Class, '48; A.A., '48, '49, '50; Treas-
urer of Junior Class, '49; French Club Vice-President, '49; Eccowasin Vice-
President. '49; Hockey Varsity, '49, '50; Day Student Proctor. '50; High
School Glee Club, '49,'50; Honor Society. '50.

• MARTHA IRENE BUTLER. New Hope. Ala.; High School Certificate;
Osiron; Y.W.C.A. Vice-President. '49; Music Club, '50; High School
Quintette, '50; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '50.



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:ond Row:

CAROL JEAN BUTTERS. N<
■School Certificate; Anti-Pandori
resentative to Student Council.
Treasurer of Y.W.C.A.. '49; Sec
dent of Senior Prep Class. '50; I
Society, '50; Music Club. '49; Gl



rmandy (St. Louis County). Mo.; High
; A.A., '48. '49, '50; Underclassmen Rep-
'48; Vice-President of Junior Class, '49;
etary-Treasurer of Glee Club, '49; Presi-
owling Varsity, '49; Ward-Belmont Honor
ie Club, '47,'48,'49,'50.

• LOIS GODWIN CARLYLE, Lumberton. N. C; High School Certificate;
Penta Tau.



Third Ro



on; Hockey



• ANNE CARTER. Repton. Ala.; High School Certificate; Osi
Varsity. '50; Roundtable Club. '50; A.A., '50.
(• CHRISTIANA CHARLES (CHRIS). Oklahoma City, Okla.; High School
Certificate; X.L.; Art Club, '49.'50; Y.W.C.A.. '50; Roundtable Club, '50;
Fire Lieutenant of Heron Hall, '50.



Fourth Row:

• MARY ANN COHEN (MAC). Gastonia, N. C; High School Certi-
ficate; T.C.

• SUZANNE COHEN, Houston, Texas; High School Certificate; T.C;
Student Council, '49, President, '50; Chapel Proctor, '49; Heron Hall
Proctor, '50; Sergeant-at-arms of T.C, '49; Art Club, '50.



High School Certificate;
isurer of North Front, '50;



Fifth Row:

• LOIS ANN COLE (BITSY), Chester, III.
Penta Tau; Student Council, '50; Secretary-Tn
Naiades. '50; Speech Club. '50.

• JOYCE COOPER, Memphis, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Del Vers;
Assistant Dining Room Proctor, '49.



Some Hungry Seniors






PREPS



,'-First Row:

\ • DONIA FROST CRAIG, Hillwood, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
\ Angkor; Angkor Cheerleader, '49; Junior Class Cheerleader, '49; Basket-
"Ball Varsity, '49; A.A., ■49,'50; President of Angkor, '50; Senior Class
/ Cheerleader, '50.

• LILLIAN EZZELL DOBSON (LIL), Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certif-
icate; Angkor; Day Student Proctor, '50; Swimming Varsity, '47; Tennis
Varsity, '47, '48, '49, '50; Softball Varsity, '49; Basketball Varsity, '49; French
Club, '49; Angkor Athletic Manager, '50; A.A., ■47,'48,'49,'50.

Second Row:

• MARTHA DOUGLAS, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Aris-
ton; A.A., '47,'48,'49,'50; Secretary of Ariston, '47; Vice-President of
Ariston, '50; Basketball Varsity, '49; French Club, '49, President, '50;
Junior Class Sergeant-at-arms, '49.

• JANE ANN DRAPER, Gainesboro, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
T.Q.; T.C. Cheerleader, '49; Senior Class Cheerleader, '50; Art Club, '50;
Basketball Varsity, '49; Speech Club, '50; Heron Hall Fire Lieutenant, '50.

Third Row:

• NANCY JANE EMAN, E. Grand Rapids, Mich.; High School Certi-
ficate; Osiron.

• BETTY FOWLER, Gadsden, Ala.; High School Certificate; Penta Tau.



• FANNY GRAY FRAME, Madison, W. Va.; High School Certificate;
Del Vers; Art Club, '50; Treasurer of Del Vers, '50.

• RACHEL VIRGINIA GARDNER (BUSTER), Nashville, Tenn.; High
School Certificate; Angkor; President of Freshman Class, '47; Vice-Presi-
dent of Senior Class, '50; French Club, '49; Angkor Cheerleader, ■48,'49-
'50.

Fifth Row:

• FRANCES ANITA GAVIN, Stafford Springs, Miss.; High School Certif-
icate; Osiron; A.A. '48, '49, '50; Archery Varsity, '48; Swimming Varsity,
■48; Naiades, '49, Vice-President, '50; Sergeant-at-Arms of Osiron, '50; Vice-
President of Student Council, '50; Y.'W.C.A. Cabinet, '50; High School
Quintet, '50; Music Club, '50.

• ELOISE CAPITOLA GLENN (CAPPY), Kuttawa, Ky.; High School
Certificate; T.C; Music Club, ■49,'50; High School Glee Club, '50; High
School Quintet, '50; Roundtable Club, '50; Spanish Club, '50; Operetta,
'49.




First Row:

• FRANCES ELIZABETH GREY (BETTY), Hendersonvllle, N. C; High
School Certificate; Penta Tau; Penta Tau Secretary, '49; Y.W.C.A. Pub-
licity Chairman, '49; Perita Tau Co-Rush Chairman. '50; Y.W.C.A. Secre-
tary, '50; Penstaff Club, '50; Proctor, '49.

• KATHERINE LUCILLE HAGGARD (TOOPIE), Waynesboro, Tenn.;
High School Certificate; A.K ; Music Club, '50.



Second Row;

• JEAN HARLIN, Glasgow, Ky.; High School Certificate; T.C.; Student
Council, '50; Proctor of North Front, '50; High School Glee Club, '50;
High School Quintet, '50.

• ANNA WENBAN HASTINGS. Madison, Wis.; High School Certificate;
F.F.; Turf and Tanbaric Treasurer, '50; Roundtable Club. '50; French Club,
'50.



• ANNE CRAIGE HOWARD, Franklin, Tenn.; High School Certificate
Del Vers; North Front Fire Captain, '49; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '50.

• ANNETTE IRWIN, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Arlston.



• RUTH BEVERLY KAPLAN, Kaplan, La.; High School Certificate; F.F.;
High School Honor Society Vice-President, '50.



• RENEE KRAKOWER, Houston, Texas; High School Dipio
Naiades, '50; Home Economics Club, '49; Art Club, '50.



Ago



Fifth Row:

• MARY EDA LARSEN, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Triad
A.A., '48,'49,'50; High School Glee Club, '48; Naiades, ■48,'49,'50; Pen
staff Club, '48,'49, Vice-President, '50; Swimming Varsity, '48; Bloh
Club, '49; Turf and Tanbark, '49, Secretary, '50; "Chimes" staff, '50; S
retary of Triad, '50.



SUSAN LEPPERT, Columbus. Ind.; High School Certificate; A.K.



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PREPS



First Row:

• JANE WILSON MacLEOD, New York, N. Y.; High School Certificate:
A.K.

• SHIRLEY JAYNE McCALL, Oklahoma City, Okla.: High School Certif-
icate; T.C.



• ELLEN NEEL McKINNEY, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate:
Angkor; Angkor Treasurer, '50; French Club, '50.

• ANN LESLIE McpUIDDY (MAC), Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certif-
icate; Triad; High School Glee Club, ■48-'49; Hockey Varsity, '50; French
Club, '49,'50; Sophomore Class President, '48; Vice-President of Triad,
'49; Treasurer of Senior Prep Class, '50; A.A., '48, '49, '50; Ward-Belmont
Honor Society, '50; Vice-President of Day Student Council, '50; "Hyphen"
Staff, '50.



Third Row:

• LINDA MARSH, Amarillo, Texas; High School Certificate; Osiron; Mi
sic Club, '50; High School Quintet, '50; Senior Class Chapel Speake
•50.

• CAROLYN MEARS, Kno
Speech Club, '50.



Tenn.; High School Certificate; T.C;



Fourth Row:

• jMYRTLE ANN MEIERS (MAM|, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certif-
icate; Angkor; Angkor Cheerleader, '47,'48,'49; Junior Class Cheerleader,
'49; Freshman Class Treasurer, '47; Sophomore Class Vice-President, '48;
Junior Class President, '49; Day Student Council Secretary, '49; French
Club, '49,'50.

• JACQUELINE MILES, McMinnville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
F.F.; Speech Club, '50.



Fifth Row:

• BERTENNA FRANCES MITCHELL, Pryor, Okla.; High School Certif-
icate; F.F.; "Chimes" Art Staff, '49; Art Club, '49,'50.

• PHOEBE FLORENCE MONTEITH, Tunica, Miss.; High School Certif-
icate; Tri K; A.A., '49,'50; Basketball Varsity, '49; Hockey Varsity, '50;
Student Council Treasurer, '49; President of High School Y.W.C.A., '50;
Ward-Belmont Honor Society, '50; High School Glee Club, '49.




-First Row:

• MARY CHARLOTTE MOORE, Nsshville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;

Eccowasin; Eccowasin Cheerleader, '49,'50; French Club, '49.

JEAN MORRIS ISISSY), Keo, Ark.; High School Certificate; Tri K;
Secretary of Ward-Belmont Honor Society, '50; French Club, '50; Y.W.C.A.
binet, '50; Music Club, '49, '50; High School Glee Club, '49.



Second Row:

• KATHERINE MYRES (KITTEN), Mayei
icate; Osiron; Junior Class Cheerleader,
Roundtable Club, '50; Spanish Club, '50.

• LAVINIA DABNEY NEILL, Hollandale
Tri K; Penstaff Club, '50; Varsity Hoc
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '50; Boarding Treasur



sville, Miss.; High School Certif-
'49; Osiron Cheerleader, '48, '49,

Miss.; High School Certificate;
key, '50; Student Council, '50;
er of Senior Prep Class, '50.



Third Row:

• OLGA NELSON (OZZIE
^siron; Roundtable Club, 'E

• CAROLYN NORMAN, Nashvi
cowasin; A.A., '47,'48,'49,'50; Set
School Glee Club, '49, President,
President of Eccowasin, '50.



iaton Rouge, La.; High School Certificate,
Art Club, '50; French Club, '49.

e, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Ec-
etary of Senior Prep Class, '50; High
'50; Secretary of Eccowasin, '49; Vice-



Fourth Row:

• HANNAH NORWOOD, Columbia, S. C; High School Certificate,
Anti-Pandora; High School Glee Club, '50; Hockey Varsity, '50; A.A ,
'50.

• BETTY ORR, Como, Miss.; High School Certificate; Penta Tau; French
Club, '50.



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Fifth Row:

CARNEY OVERALL, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Ec-
.owasin; A.A., '47,'48,'49,'50; Hockey Varsity, '49,'50; Senior Class Hockey
Manager, '50; Eccowasin Athletic Manager, '48; Treasurer of Sophomore
Class, '48; President of Eccowasin, '49; President of Day Student Coun-
cil, '50.

• DOLLIE FRANCES PARKER, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
Eccowasin; High School Glee Club Secretary, '50; Penstaff, '48,'49,'50.






PREPS



First Row:

• LINDA PAUL, Parkin, Arlc.; High School Certificate; A.K.; A.A., '48, '49,
Secretary-Treasurer, '50; Student Council Secretary, '50; Varsity Basketball,
■48, '49; Varsity Hockey, '50; A.K. Athletic Manager, '49; Junior Class
Sergeant-at-arms, '49.

• MARY MARGARET PAYNE, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
Ariston; V/ard-Belmont Honor Society President, '50; French Club, '49,'50.



• ANNE TRAMMELL PHILLIPS, V/innsboro, S. C; High School Certif-
icate; A.K.; Boarding Treasurer of Junior Class, '49; Proctor of Heron
Hall, '49; President of Student Council, '50; Chemistry Club, '50.

• MARTHA FRANCES PIERCE, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
Triad; A.A., '49,'50; Softball Varsity, '49; Hockey Varsity, 'SO; Penstaff
Club, '49,'50; Treasurer of Triad, '50.



• BETTY POV^ELL, Carthage, Tenn.; High School Certificate; F.F.; Speech
Club, '50.

• PAT PRICE, Pampa, Texas; High School Certificate; A.K.; A.A., '49,'50;
Softball Varsity, '49; Hockey Varsity, '50; Y.V/.C.A., '50; High School
Glee Club, '49; Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Prep Class, '50.



Fourth Row:

• JEAN CAROLYN PURYEAR, Brentwood, Tenn.; High School Certif-
icate; Ariston; A.A., '47, '48, '49, '50; French Club, '50; Hockey Varsity, '49;
Softball Varsity, '49; Secretary of Ariston, '50.



• JEAN SCHMAUSSER, De
High School Glee Club, '50.



Colo.; High School Certificate; A.K.;




First Row:
• MARJORIE HELEN SCHOCK (BEAN], Nashville, Tenn.; High School
Certificate; Penta Tau; "Hyphen" staff, '50; Biology Club, '50; Penstaff
Club, '47, '48, '49; A.A., '49, '50; Varsity Softball, ■49,'50; Roundtable Club,
■49,'50; Spanish Club, '50; High School Glee Club, '50; Operetta, '49.
• BARBARA SCHUMACHER, East Lansing, Mich.; High School Certif-
icate; Tri K; A.A., '50; Spanish Club, '50.



ond Ro



• DOROTHEA MAYO SENSING (Dottie), Nashville, Tenn.; High School
Certificate; Angkor; A.A., '47,'48,'49,'50; Vice-President of Angkor, '50;
Chemistry Club, '50; Varsity Swimming, '48; French Club, '50.

• MARY ELIZA SOUTHALL, Florence, Ala.; High School Certificate; Del



• SUSAN WILTSHIRE STEMPFEL (SUEY), Nashville, Tenn.; High School
Certificate; Triad; French Club, '50.

• ALICE ELOISE STOCKELL (PUNKY), Nashville, Tenn.; High School
Certificate; Angkor; Secretary of Junior Class, '49; Secretary of Angkor,
'50; French Club, ■49,'50; Angkor Cheerleader, '48,'49,'50.



Fourth Row:

• ROBERTA TEMPLE SUDDOTH, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certif-
icate; Eccowasin; Treasurer of Eccowasin, '49; President of Eccowasin, '50;
Penstaff Club, '49, Secretary-Treasurer, '50; Ward-Belmont Honor Society,
'50.

• MARY PHIL THOMAS, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate; Aris-
ton; Ariston Athletic Manager, '48; A.A., '48,'49,'50; Biology Club, '49;
Junior Class Hockey Manager, '49; Junior Class Softball Manager, '49;
Hockey Varsity, '49, '50; Basketball Varsity, '49; President of Ariston, '50;
Ward-Belmont Honor Society Treasurer, '50; French Club, '50.



Heron's Fire Captain on duty






PREPS



• MARY VAIL TOLMAN, Houston, Tex,
Osiron: Roundtable Club, '50.



High School Certificate



• LUCY MAY WARD, Georgetown, Ky.; High School Certificate; Penta
Tau; Fire Captain of Heron Hall, '50; Secretary of Penta Tau, '50; Penta
Tau Bowling Manager, '50; Chemistry Club, '50.



Second Row:

• JULIE WEBBER (JULES), Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
Eccowasin; Hockey Varsity, '49; Basketball Varsity, '48; Bowling Varsity,
'47; Tennis Varsity, '47.

• JOAN WEINGARTEN, Houston, Texas; High School Certificate; Penta
Tau; Junior Class Cheerleader, '49; Senior Class Cheerleader, '50; Penta
Tau Cheerleader, '50; A.A., '49,'50; Varsity Archery, '49; French Club, '50;
Art Club, '50.



Third Row:

• ANNE CONWAY WHITE, Osceola, Ark.; High School Certificate- Tri
K; Y.W.C.A. Vice-President, '50; Secretary of Tri K, '50; A.A., '49/50;
Naiades, '49,'50; Varsity Swimming, '49; Varsity Softball, '49; Varsity
Hockey, '50; Senior Class Cheerleader, '50; French Club, '50; Art Club
'49; Penstaff Club, '50.



• BETTY LOU WILLIAMS, Nolensvill
Eccowasin.



Fourth Ro«



Tenn.; High School Certificate;



• MARIAN MUNRO WILLIAMSON, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Cer-
tificate; Triad; Treasurer of Triad, '49; Vice-President of Triad, '50; French
Club, '49, Vice-President, '50; Junior Class Bowling Team, '49.

• MARY ALICE WRIGHT, Nashville, Tenn.; High School Certificate;
Triad; Secretary of Triad, '49; President of Triad, '50; French Club, '50;
A.A., '48,'49; Archery Varsity, '48,'49; Winner of Preparatory Archery
Medal, '49.





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The Prep Underclassmen . . . the girls who are
growing up to be the future Seniors and college
girls. Their efforts and aims have made and are
making our school great. Although a minority
group, they have shown the same wonderful spirit
that carried the Seniors onward throughout this
year, and we must never forget that these three,
the Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior years, are
perhaps the most important in the building of
aims and ideals which follow throughout life.




raDEHCL/iSSMEM



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS

SUE WINTERS President

PEGGY BARCARISSE Vice-President

REBECCA WHITE Secretary

MILDRED ANN JARMAN Day Student Treasurer

CAROL EMERSON Resident Student Treasurer

CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM Sergeant-at-arms



Left to right: Ca



on, Sue Winters, Rebecca White, Carolyn Cunningham. Mildred Ann Jarman, Peggy




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

NANCY FREDERICK President

BARRY BENNETT Vice-President

KAY SMITH Secretary

KARIN DALE Day Student Treasurer

BETTY LOU NICKS Resident Student Treasurer

CAROLE GRANT Sergeant-at-arms



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS

MARY ROSE BRADFORD President

KATHRYN MACEY Vice-President

AMELIA SPICKARD Secretary

BETH HENDERSON Day Student Treasurer

MARY CREVELING Resident Student Treasurer

SUSAN MOORE Sergeant-at-arms



Below, Left to right: Nancy Frederick, Barry Bennett, Karin Dale, Betty Lou Nicks, Kay Smith, Carole Grant.
Bottom, Left to right: Mary Creveling, Kathryn Macey, Mary Rose Bradford, Susan Moore, Beth Henderso



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H C K E V

Every team was more than enthusiastic as they
played their games on the hockey field. Spirit
was high as the girls cheered "their team" on to
the goal; and, win or lose, sportsmanship was at
its best. Excitement lasted 'til the last minutes of
the final game. Penta Tau and Anti-Pan both won
two games and tied one. The final contest was
held between Agora and Tri K, both of whom
had won their previous three games. Agora won,
1-0, which entitled them to the much-coveted
hockey cup. As this was the third consecutive
season they had won the cup, they were entitled
to keep it permanently.

A vote of thanks goes to each girl who partic-
ipated on the hockey field, the club managers,
and the P. E. teachers, all of whom spent their
time and efforts to make the '49 hockey season
so fine.




Top: Down +he field!
Bottom: Fighting it out.



COLLEGE HOCKEY
VARSITY

First Row, lett to right: Carolyn
Bearden, Martha Hamilton, Lii
Cooley, Betty Spain. Second Row:
Martha Houston Reid, Dot Car-
roll, Elaine Eastland, Anne Price,
Carolyn Brady, Charlotte Schuli.





PREP DAY HOCKEY




VARSITY




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Joy Allen, Sissy


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On the way to a strike!



Scoring problems




Senior Preps bowl their way to victory



B UU L I n G



From the rumble and crash of the first strike to
the excitement of the final frame, the bowling
season was a big success. Competition was
strong, and the finals proved to be both tense
and exciting.

Marion Russell and the rest of their consistent-
ly high scoring team brought the bowling cup to
the F.F. Club this year. Several other clubs ranked
close behind F.F. in the final tabulation. Com-
bining power and perfection. Dot Carroll sparked
the A.K.'s and was the season's Individual high
scorer. T.C. proudly claimed Ann hiartman and
Penta Tau boasted Kitty Pankey as Integral parts
of their teamis.

In the final tournament of the season, between
the Seniors and the tvlids, the Seniors nosed out
the Mids In a momentous finale to a wonderful
term of bowling.



COLLEGE BOWLING VARSITY



PREP BOWLING VARSITY




T E n n I s

This season again brought nnany girls to the
tennis courts. Agora and Eccowasin were the win-
ners of the hard-fought battles for the cups. The
Prep finals were played off between Blanche
Davis and Norma Davis, Blanche being the win-
ner. Two other girls competing in the tournament,
Lillian Dobson and Emily Fletcher, along with the
two finalists, won places on the Prep varsity.

In the College division, Charlotte Schuiz and
Jan Arthur played for the title with Jan coming
out on top. Caroline Ellis and Betty Spain com-
pleted the College varsity.







Top: Learning the fundamenta
Bottom: Get that ball!



COLLEGE TENNIS VARSITY

Left to right: Jan Arthur, Betty Spain, Charlotte Schuiz, Caroline El



PREP TENNIS VARSITY

Left to right: Emily Fletcher, Blanche Davis. Lillian Dobson, Norma Da




B fl S K ET B fl L L

The basketball season this year was full of en-
thusiasm and good sportsmanship. All teams
showed up remarkably well; however, due to
many upsets, only one team. Agora, came
through undefeated, eliminating the need of a
final game. Agora won the cup for the second
consecutive year.

Although the Agoras came out victorious, the
cup was closely contended by several other
teams — Trl K, AK, XL, and Oslron — who won
two games each. Fair play was the byword dur-
ing the '50 basketball season, and everyone who
participated In this sport felt the spirit of friendly
competition that was present at all games and
practices.




Top: Unsung heroes
Bottom: XL on the offensive



COLLEGE BASKETBALL
VARSITY

First row, left to right: Carolyn
Bearden, Carolyn Brady, Cherrie
Kelly.

Second row: Elise Stephens, Ann
Cox, Dot Carroll, Martha Hamil-
ton,






PREP BOARDING
VARSITY

First Row, left to right: Ann

Carter, Linda Paul, Ann White,

Amie Boyd.

Second Row: Nancy Brummit, Ann

Draper, Phoebe Montelth, Jean

Schmausser.



PREP DAY VARSITY

Left to right: Lillian Dobson.
Nancy Frederick, Debby Luton,
Donia Craig, May Phil Thomas,
Lucy Buford.



s ui I m m I n G m

NAIADES OFFICERS

CHARLOTTE SCHULZ President .

ANITA GAVIN Vice-President '

BETTY SPAIN Secretary „. ^__,^.

PRATHER BEELAND Treasurer *' "^

MISS CARROLL Sponsor Relays

NAIADES

First Row, left to right: Lillian Cornelius, Prather Beeland, Rutledge Ingram. Liz Cooley, Liz Mitchell, Ann Fisher, Carolyn Bearden Helen Walton Charlotte

Schuiz, Betty Spain, Jan Arthur. Second Row: Carol Loeb, Lois Ann Cole. Harriet Proyine. Renee Krakower, Jane Gray. Anita Savin Susan Leppert Janet

Zerr, Sissy Roberts, Allison Tidrran. Betty Hamilton. Third Row: Ann Sory. Maxey Cooper, Isabel Pryor. Carolyn Tompkins. Pat Neblett Mary Virginia Nash

Gail Grone. Hazel Maxwell. Ann White. Rosemary Logan. Marty Jo Gehrling. Andy Massengill. Jill Jakes Libby Robinson.






Thundering applause ended the final scene of the an-
nual Naiades show. "This Is Our Music." This show,
surpassing those of previous years, was a wonderful ex-
ample of hard work and talent. Inspired by Miss Carroll,
the Naiades performed perfectly intricate patterns in the
water. Various types of American music were interpreted
by the club members, and an interesting colorful produc-
tion resulted.

At the swimming meet, stiff competition among out-
standing W-B swimmers such as Carol Loeb, Hazel Max-
well, Jane Lucke, and Lillian Cornelius was exhibited.
Agora emerged triumphant.




The ©rand Finale



Scenes from the Naiades show





Top: Street Scene
Bottom: A Skating Party



D fl n c I n G

Whether it's a graceful ballerina, an exotic
Spanish dancer, or a modern dancer that one
enjoys seeing, she will find them all performing
under the skillful guidance of Miss Ellen Jane
Anderson. Dancing adds an extra touch of color
and festivity to May Day and George Washing-
ton's birthday.

"The Wizard of Oz" was depicted In the annual
recital and was both amusing and artistic. En-
joyed and appreciated by all were the skaters in
their gay and colorful costumes.

From the rhythmical clicking of the tap steps
to the serene beauty of a toe dance, the students
artistically created a lovely picture.



In the land of Oz



Gracefulness Personified





fl R C H C R V

Zing! The arrows flew through the air, and as
the archery students watched them hit the gold
circle of the many-colored target, they realized
that their long, hard hours of practice had not
been in vain. As simple as it may look, archery Is
not an easy sport, and it takes time and work to
reach proficiency with the bow and arrow.


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