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In the last two generations
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great nation. Its workmen, scientists, and engineers have helped
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only armaments, but, equally important, the machines
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that can be used to manufacture these armaments in
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quantity sufficient for any emergency. And General
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T H E GEORGIA T E C H
W. Willis Battle, 1919, Appointed
Published every other m o n t h during the college year by the
National Alumni Association of the Georgia School of
K. J. TIIIKSEN, Editor
I!. E. FORREST, Asst. Editor
W. R. SEALE, Bus. Mgr.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION
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GEORGIA SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
ENTERED AS SECOND GLASS MATTER MARCH 22, 1923,
at the Tost Office at Atlanta, Ga., under the Act of March ft, 1879.
Vol. X I X
Honorable W. Willis Battle, Ga. Tech 1919, was appointed by Governor E. D. Rivers on June 5 to the Board
of Regents of the University System. He succeeds former
Chairman Marion Smith, resigned, and was named on
the Board as a member from the State-at-Large.
Mr. Battle is an outstanding and widely known attorney
and a former member of the legislature from Muscogee
County. He is a member of the "firm of Battle and Smith,
Lawyers, of Columbus, Georgia. Mr. Battle was a
leader in campus activities at Tech and has long been
prominent in the affairs of his city, state, and nation.
In 1916, Mr. Battle established the half-mile track
record, at Tech, in two minutes flat; it is still the Freshman record and remained as the top varsity mark in the
event, until 1932.
Mr. Battle, the Board of Regents, Georgia Tech, and
the entire University System are all to be congratulated
upon this fine and merited designation; and we are very
much pleased over Governor Rivers' kind consideration
and excellent appointment.
NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
W. A. PARKER, '19—
ROBERT B. WILBY, '08
E. GEO. BUTLER, '07
CIIAS. R. YATES, '35
R. J. TIIIESEN, '10
JACK ADAIR, '33
CHAS. F. STONE, '03
II. D. HIRSCH, '31
F. A. HOOPER, Jr., '16.
ROBT. II. SCOTT, '21
FRANK M. SPRATLIN, '06
GEORGIA TECH ALUMNI FOUNDATION, I n c .
OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES
Y. F. FREEMAN, '10
GEO. T. MARCI1MONT, '07....
C. L. EMERSON, '09
G. M. STOUT, '07
FRANK II. NF.ELY, '04
ROBT. W. SCHWAB, '07
GEORGIA TECH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
CEO. W. McCARTY, JR., '08
ROBT. T. JONES, JR.,
W. II. GLENN, '91
ALUMNI STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL
B. S. Brown, Savannah
6. W. E. Dunwoody, Jr., Macon
R. A.Puckett, Tifton
7. R. A. Morgan. Rome
W. C. Pease, Columbus
8. I. M. Aiken. Brunswick
W.II.Hightower, Thomaston 9. W. H. Slack, Gainesville
Forrest Adair, Jr., Atlanta 10. Wm. D. Eve, Augusta
T H I S ISSUE
Home Coming and Alabama, Nov. 16
Home Coming celebrations and class reunions will center
around the Tech-Alabama football game during the week
end of November 16. Georgia Tech alumni and students
together with their families and friends are looking forward
to the time and a large crowd of local and visiting alumni
are expected to be present for the occasion.
In addition to the classes in general, the following
special reunion groups are scheduled to gather for the
home coming: 1895, 1900, 1905, 1910, 1915, 1920, 1925,
1930, 1935, and 1940.
Should any of the reunion classes plan to meet on the
night of November 15 or at some other time during the
home coming period, the members of the classes concerned will be notified accordingly; otherwise they will
gather for the home coming luncheon, in the Georgia
Tech Dining Hall, at tables that will beat theit respective
class numerals. The alumni are welcome, of couise, to
ask their respective families, dates, and friends to dine
with them; this also applies to the alumni in general.
The luncheon will be served promptly at noon, cafeteria
plan as before, in the Georgia Tech Dining Hall, across
from Grant Field, on Techwood Drive. There will be
plenty of nearby parking space for the diners at the time
of the gathering.
Begin making your plans, alumni, to attend the home
coming events; also, be sure to write at once to the
Athletic Department for football tickets, if you haven't
sent in your order, as yet.
1930 Class Plans
Charles N. Witmer, 1930 Class President, with the
Carrier Corp., 2022 Bryan St., Dallas, Texas, writes that
his class plans to hold its tenth anniversary reunion during
home coming, and he requests that all members of the
class get in touch with him or with the alumni office at
Georgia Tech stating whether or not they are interested
in publishing a 1930 Class Directory. He is anxious for
each member of the class to attend home coming at Tech
on November 16, and wants very much to hear from all
1930 men. The class was the largest to graduate from
Tech up to 1930.
T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
National A l u m n i Officers Reelected
Following the completion of the balloting in June, officers
of the present alumni administration were reelected for
the 1940-41 term. This action is a real tribute to the
officers and board members, and is in keeping with the
fine precedent as set by the alumni to return their executives for a second year of service. The reelected officers
President, William A. Parker, Jr., 1919; Vice-Presidents,
Robert B. Wilby, 1908, and E. George Butler, 1907;
Treasurer, Charles R. Yates, 1935.
The foregoing officers, Secretary R. J. Thiesen, 1910,
and the alumni board appointees will constitute the
Executive Board of the Association for the year.
Brief summaries have been published on the activities
of the officers; however, it is felt that the information is
well worth repeating.
Wm. A. Parker, Jr., '19, President, is President, Beck
and Gregg Hardware Company, one of the largest hardware firms in the Southeast. He took the regular M. E.
course at Tech and was outstanding in undergraduate
activities. A liberal contributor to Georgia Tech affairs,
he is also very prominent in the civic activities of his
city and state, and is a member of the Board of Directors
of the Trust Company of Georgia.
Robert B. Wilby, '08, Vice-President, is President,
Wilby Theatres, and Wilby-Kincey Service Corporation.
He took the E. E. course and was a leader in campus
activities. He also contributes most liberally to Georgia
Tech affairs and is prominent throughout the Southeast
in his business and civic undertakings.
E. George Butler, '07, Savannah, Ga., Vice-President,
Districts at Large, is Vice-President, John G. Butler Co.,
Savannah. A few years ago, he was named the First
Citizen of his city. He took the M. E. course and was a
member of the football and baseball teams, in college,
and is another outstanding supporter of his college and a
foremost civic leader in his city and the state.
Charles R. Yates, Treasurer, graduated in General
Science in 1935, and is now prominently connected with
the First National Bank of Atlanta. Charlie Yates is
also most active in college and civic affairs, and has won
fame in national and international golf.
Messrs. Jack Adair, '33; Chas. F . Stone, '03; Harold
D. Hirsch, '31; Frank A. Hooper, Jr., '16; Robt. H.
W m . A. P a r k e r , J r . , M . E. 1919,
President G e o r g i a T e c h N a t i o n a l A l u m n i Association.
Scott, '21; and Frank M . Spratlin, '06, were reappointed
to serve on the Alumni Board.
Class representatives are as follows:
Ferd Kaufman, '94; Strother Fleming, '01; E. W.
Klein, '02; P. M. Peteet, '03; Frank B. Davenport, '04;
Robt. Gregg,'05; C. C. Day, '06; G. M. Stout, '07;
Dan I. Maclntyre, '08; W. H. Hightower, '09; Frank
Legg, '10; M . S. Hill, ' 1 1 ; W. A. Alexander, '12; Robt.
L. Hughes, '13; A. F. Montague, '14; Edgar Montague,
'15; I. W. Summerlin, '16; John M . Slaton, '17; Jas. S.
Budd, '18; Morgan McNeill, '19; L. F. Kent, '20; Jas.
H. Johnston, '21; A. R. Flowers, '22; C. M. Kennedy, '23;
Jos. Daniel, Jr., '24; H. Hutton, '25; G. H. Traylor, '26;
Gilbert Boggs, '27; Jack Holman, '28; Ben Eargen, '29;
Chas. N . Witmer, '30; Hudson Edwards, ' 3 1 ; Randy Whitfield, '32; Ivan Allen, Jr., '33; Dudley King, '34; Jere
Perkerson, '35; James K. Rankin, '36; Lawrence C.
Hayes, '37; Jack Nixon, '38; Thos. J. Hughes, '39; and
Chas. P. Richards, 1940.
Annual Business Meeting Report
ALUMNI CARDS ADMIT TO PRACTICES
A large and interested group of local and visiting solely to the academic affairs of the college and to alumni
alumni attended the annual business meeting of the work.
National Georgia Tech Alumni Association on the night
"There is a great amount of general and detail work
of M a y 31, during Commencement. The meeting was connected with an alumni office," the Secretary stated;
called to order at 8:00 P. M.
for, he continued, "it is really a registrar's office for all who
Following a word of welcome, it was announced t h a t a have ever attended the college.
" T h e publication of an alumni directory, even in inState Alumni Advisory Council had been appointed and
t h a t committees on research and college equipment had stallments, and a magazine is quite an undertaking.
been named to work with similar committees at the
(a) We have mailed out some 6,000 information
cards during the past year, on directory work, and have
Reports of the Treasurer and Secretary were read and compiled and published some 2,000 of the returns, in the
Geographical Directory section of our magazine, during
The Treasurer stated that all books and records for the the year.
"Alumni placement work is hard and exacting; yet,
past year had been audited by a certified public accountant
and found in first class order. He also reported that most gratifying, also. We have handled over 300 applicaaccounts of the current year are to be likewise audited tions with resultant correspondence and conferences and
and reported upon. The treasury was in good financial have referred each applicant to two or more openings;
and, with the exception of a very few, all are at work
condition, with all bills paid to date.
In the Secretary's report the fine progress of the Asso- either through our leads or their own efforts. There are
no dues or any other charges, whatever, for our placement
ciation was outlined and commented upon in detail.
I t was also stated that the activities of the Georgia service.
Tech Alumni Association, as an organization, applied
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GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
Riverside Names Field For Strupper
Annual Dedicated To Robert Gregg
An outstanding feature of the thirty-second commencement exercises at Riverside Military Academy in
Gainesville, Georgia, on June first was the dedication of
the new athletic unit at the school in honor of Everett
A graduate from Riverside in 1913 and from Georgia
Tech, Strupper was one of the greatest football players
of all times at Riverside, and at Tech where his brilliant
playing easily led to his selection as an All-America
Colorful military ceremonies by the Corps of Cadets
preceded General Sandy Beaver's speech of dedication
and the acceptance by Mr. Strupper, nationally known
Atlanta business man and athlete.
The dedication marked completion of the expansion
of athletic facilities to provide opportunities for participation of all of Riverside's 600 cadets and bring to a total of
1.5 Riverside's regulation football fields in Gainesville.
Regents' Committees Revised
At its July 12 meeting, the State Board of Regents
adopted a plan to confine the work of the board to six
Chairman Cason J. Callaway stated that under the
new arrangement each regent would be a member of not
more than two committees all of which have been revised, as follows:
Finance-Education—Clark Howell, chairman; George
Hains, vice chairman; R. D. Harvey, John G. Kennedy
and Miller S. Bell.
Building— L. W. Robert, Jr., chairman; Miller S. Bell,
vice chairman; J. Knox Gholston and A. S. Hardy.
Organization and Law—John G. Kennedy, chairman;
Willis Battle, George Hains and J. D. Gardner.
Visitation—T. Jack Lance, chairman; R. D. Harvey,
Earl B. Braswell, Willis Battle and George C. Woodruff.
Agriculture—J. Knox Gholston, chairman; Clark
Howell, J. D. Gardner and Albert S. Hardy.
Trust Funds—George C. Woodruff, chairman; John G.
Kennedy, Earl B. Braswell, L. W. Robert, Jr., and T.
A n n u a l Business Meeting (Cont'd)
"There have been 57 alumni and other group meetings,
in out of town cities, these included 52 bookings of football pictures of the last and previous season. The attendances totalled over 2,000 persons at these gatherings.
There were also about 600 at the Home Coming luncheon
and the December Testimonial Dinner to Coach Alexander and his entire staff."
A vote of appreciation was expressed to Head Coach
W. A. Alexander and to the Georgia Tech Athletic Department for furnishing the Alumni Association with the
football pictures that have been so much in demand.
Those present at the meeting and all other alumni
in general were earnestly requested to write to the candidates for the state legislature and to urge their assurances
of sufficient appropriations and financial support for
the State Educational System.
Following a fine talk by Dr. Brittain on the present
world wide emergency, pictures were shown of the Georgia
Tech-Missouri, Orange Bowl Game by Coach Roy
Mundorff who received a vote of thanks and much applause for his well explained and efficient exhibition, in
addition to the praise tendered him for his excellent
photographic portrayal of the game.
R o b e r t Gregg, M . F . 1505
Commemorating industry, Georgia Tech's 1940 Annual,
the "Blue Print," was most fittingly dedicated to Mr.
Robert Gregg, M. E., 1905. An opening two-page spread
with a full page picture of Mr. Gregg was comprised in the
following fine and appropriate dedication:
"To Robert Gregg whose brilliant career in
Southern industry has been history making and
whose executive ability is recognized throughout
Civic leader, industrialist, and
alumnus, Robert Gregg was president of the
Atlantic Steel Company for ten years, and has
been president of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and
Railroad Company for the past eight years. To
him this thirty-third volume of the BLUE PRINT
is sincerely dedicated."
M a y we add our congratulations again to Bob Gregg,
Georgia Tech, the 1940 Blue Print Staff and Seniors, and
to the Alumni as a whole, for this great and fine tribute
of which we are all so justly proud.
C. H . Commander Heads Tech Y M C A
Officials of Georgia Tech announced on July 8 that
C. H. Commander would become general secretary of the
Georgia Tech Y. M. C. A., following which Mr. Commander assumed his duties on August 1.
The new secretary succeeds Walter McGee, who resigned as general secretary to join welfare department
activities in Louisiana.
Mr. Commander is a graduate of Clemson College, a
member of the class of 1936. He received his B. D.
degree from Yale in 1939, and for the past year has been
associated with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
He was president of the Clemson College Y. M. C. A.,
T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cantey Alexander of Spartanburg,
S. C. announce the arrival of James Cantey Jr., on Sept.
16, 1940. Cantey Alexander, 1916, one of Georgia Tech's
immortals in football and otherwise, will have to look to
his laurel in about 1957, when Cantey Jr., starts romping on Grant Field.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Baum are the proud parents of a
daughter, M a r t h a Lucile, born on June 25, 1940.
"Johnny" Baum, 1924 Baseball Captain, B. S. in T. E.
1924, B. S. C. 1929, is Assistant Manager, Pepperell Mfg.
Co., Opelika, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Crook, Jr., announced early in
July, the birth of a daughter, Lois Elaine, on June 30, at
the Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta. Mr. Crook graduated
with a B. S. in Arch, in 1919, and is a partner in the firm
of Ivey and Crook, Architects, Atlanta. Mrs. Crook,
formerly Miss Florence Hammers, also graduated from
Georgia Tech, and holds a B. S. in Commerce degree,
class of 1926. Mrs. Crook is the only registered woman
C. P. A. in Georgia, according to our information.
Mr. and Mrs. Crook are also the only married couple
in the history of Georgia Tech who are both graduates
of the college, in accordance with our present records.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Fry announce the birth of a
son on July 25, Frederick E. Fry, Jr. Mr. Fry graduated
with a B. S. in Commerce in 1934, and is now Sales
Engineer for the H. A. Wilson Company in Newark,
Lacy W. Seawell, 1917, informs us of the birth of a
grandson, Robert Wayne Widdows, on September 5 in
Atlanta. The new arrival is expected to attend Tech
Lacy Seawell is probably the only "grandfather" of
his class; his father and two uncles also attended Georgia
Mr. Orton Van Patten Blake, 1923, died July 6, 1940,
at his home, 178 Eightieth Street, Brooklyn, N . Y.
Mr. J. Hall Miller, 1902, former Atlanta business
executive, died in Los Angeles, California, in June. The
burial was in Atlanta where Mr. Miller resided until he
moved to Los Angeles in 1920.
Mr. Andrew H. Sparks, Sr„ B. S. in E. E. 1907, died
at a hospital in Millen, Georgia, on July 28, after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Sparks was very active in
civic affairs and was manager of the Sparks Motor Company from 1922 to 1930 in Millen, Ga. He was manager
of the Georgia State Employment Service in Swainsboro,
Georgia, at the time of his death.
Mr. Elbert M. Upshaw, B. S. in M. E. 1917, of College
Park, Ga., died suddenly on August 12 following a heart
attack at the offices of the Atlantic Steel Company, in
Atlanta, where he held an important engineering position.
Mr. Thomas Wohlwender, B. S. in Gen. Sci., 1928, died
on June 5, following serious illness contracted during his
vacation. Mr. Wohlwender was associated with Wohlwender and Company in Columbus, Ga.
Weddings and Engagements
The marriage of Miss Mary Frances Cheney of Marietta,
Georgia, to Gilbert Hillhouse Boggs, Jr., of Atlanta, was
a most interesting summer event. Mr. Boggs was graduated from Georgia Tech with a B. S. in C. E., 1927.
The marriage of Miss Jane Hoffman Basch of Savannah, to Irving Samuel Mayer of Schenectady, N. Y., was
solemnized on July twenty-third. Mr. Mayer finished
at Georgia Tech with a B. S. in E. E., 1935.
A summer marriage of great interest was that of Miss
Marie Turner Cherry of Atlanta to John Logan Chivington of Chattanooga, Tenn., former football captain, and
B. S. in Textile Engineering in 1939.
An attractive marriage of the summer was that of Miss
Louise Marie Connell of Atlanta to George William
Phillips of Birmingham and now with U. S. Industrial
Chemicals, Baltimore. Mr. Phillips, Business Manager
of the 1940 Annual, was graduated in Chemical Engineering, in June.
The marriage of Miss Mary Bealle Dawson and Frank
Emmett Floyd, Jr., took place in Mobile, Ala., on August
17. Mr. Floyd is a 1938 graduate with a B. S. in E. E.,
and is now an Ensign in the U. S. Navy Supply Corps.
A prominent event of September fifth was the marriage of Miss Kathryn Gay of Gay, Georgia, to John H.
Woodall, Jr., of Woodland, Ga. Mr. Woodall was graduated in 1939 with a degree in Industrial Management.
A marriage of wide interest during the summer was
that of Miss Eleanore Bailey Johnson of Zanesville,
Ohio, to Richard G. McKinstry, B. S. in Ceramic Engineering in 1929, formerly of Atlanta but now living in
An announcement in M a y of much interest was that
of the marriage of Miss Doris B. Norris of Atlanta to J. A.
Waltman, B. S. in Industrial Management, 1939, of
Sierra Madre, California, where the couple will reside.
Mr. Waltman attended the Harvard Graduate School of
Administration after leaving Georgia Tech.
Mrs. Iby Baker has announced the marriage of her
granddaughter, Louis Garner Parks, to William Marion
Miller. The marriage took place on the first of June in
New Orleans, La. Mr. Miller graduated with a B. S.
in Industrial Management in 1938.
Of much interest throughout the South this summer
was the marriage in Griffin, Ga., of Miss Anne Dismuke
Phillips, to Henry Woodruff Swift, of Columbus. Mr.
Swift was a member of the class of 1937, and graduated
with a B. S. in Textile Engineering.
Attracting sincere interest is the annoimcement of the
engagement of Miss Edith Charles Saville, daughter of
Mrs. Charles Saville, of Dallas, Texas, to George W.
Gantt, Jr. Mr. Gantt was a member of the class of 1937.
The marriage of Miss Rosetta Ann Magill to Louis
Van Houten on July 29 was a social event of much interest.
Mr. Van Houten graduated with a B. S. in Commerce in
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T H E GEORGIA T E C H
Alumni Attain High Distinction
Ivan Allen, Jr., 1933, of Atlanta, Ga., who is secretarytreasurer of the Georgia Hospital Authority, has been
named as a member of the State Board of Education and
was sworn in July 11, 1940. He was a member of the
Georgia delegation to the National Democratic convention
in Chicago in July.
Carter Barron, 1927, Division Manager, Loew's Eastern
Division of Theatres in Washington, D. Cj, directed the
musical programs at the National Democratic Convention. We quote from a letter of Mr. Barron's. " I t did
give me quite a kick to be able to use my old melodic
heart throb "Ramblin' Wreck" to start a demonstration
in that great Democratic audience of 22,000-coupled
with the knowledge t h a t my alma mater's song was
heard on the air waves by an audience of millions. At
one stage of the show, Ralph McGill hollered up on the
platform to inquire if they were attending a Democratic
Convention or a Georgia Tech home-coming."
Frederick Bellinger, B. S. in Ch.E. 1926, received his
Doctor of Engineering degree in June from Yale University. The subject of his Thesis was "Absorption of
Carbon Dioxide in Packed Towers."
Charlie Brown, 1925, of Ficket Brown Mfg. Co., was
elected in June as a Fulton County Commissioner.
Burns C. Cox, 1924, is now on active duty as Captain,
Ordnance Dept., U. S. A., stationed at Fort Benjamin
Harrison, Indiana. He wrote t h a t you could imagine his
joy recently at an official Division Review for the Second
Army Commander when all of a sudden the Division
Band started playing "Ramblin' Wreck" when the
Seventh Engineers passed the reviewing stand.
Frank "Pete" Freeman, Jr., 1937, has been the recipient
of many congratulations on his fine work in assisting with
the production of "The Biscuit Eater", one of the most
popular motion picture productions of the year.
Robert L. MacDougall, 1925, WPA administrator
for Georgia with offices in Atlanta, has been appointed
assistant to United States Housing Co-ordinator Charles
F. Palmer, it was announced on Sept. 3.
While Mr. MacDougall is occupied with his new work
his place in Geoigia will be taken by C. A. Strickland,
1927, who has served in the office as assistant WPA
As officials in Washington put it, Mr. MacDougall
was "loaned" to the housing agency. He will not give up
his title as Georgia WPA administrator.
Dr. Wadley R. Glenn, 1928, was recently elected to the
board of directors of the Trust Company of Georgia to
fill the vacancy created by the recent death of J. Bulow
Campbell. Mr. Campbell died June 28 in Baltimore, Md.
Dr. Glenn, one of Atlanta's prominent younger surgeons, also is a member of the board of trustees of the
Crawford W. Dong Memorial Hospital, being secretary
of the body.
Sid Goldin, 1930, former Tech Athlete, was appointed
retail sales manager in the new divisional offices of Shell
Oil Company, recently opened in Atlanta.
Harold W. Gee, 1917, was installed during the summer
as President of the Johnson City, Tenn., Rotary Club.
Childress B. "Buck" Gwyn, Jr., B. S. in E. E. 1926,
Chief Engineer Fansteel Metallurgical Corp., North
Chicago, III., has recently been issued his thirty-ninth
patent; the latest patented April 30, 1940, is for a "Silver
Faced Contact" for electrical make and break contact
J. Edgar Hamlett, 1921, of Baltimore, Md., has been
elected First Vice President of the Baltimore Rotary Club;
he was also most successful with his work as chairman of
the Baltimore Red Cross Roll Call during the year.
U. S. Agency Borrows MacDougall
R o b e r t L. MacDougall, B. Sci. 1925
R o b e r t L. MacDougall. W. P. A. A d m i n i s t r a t o r for Georgia w h o h a s b e e n " l o a n e d " to t h e U. S. Defense H o u s i n g
project as Assistant C o - o r d i n a t o r to Charles F . P a l m e r in
W a s h i n g t o n . Messrs. P a l m e r a n d MacDougall are b o t h from
A t l a n t a , Ga.
Edgar Ernest Lindsey, Jr., B. S. in Ch.E., 1936, received his Doctor of Engineering degree in June from
Yale. His Thesis was "Electrolytic Regeneration of
Waste Chromate Pickle Liquor."
Dr. Sam D. Murray, 1927, graduate and former football
captain, M. D., Tulane University in New Orleans, La.,
where he practiced for some years, is now a practicing
surgeon in Atlanta.
L. W. Robert, Jr., 1908, was reelected Secretary of the
National Democratic Committee in July.
W. E. Tidmore, 1930, was confirmed as city mechanical
engineer of Atlanta to head the new Bureau of Smoke
Selected by the board upon the basis of merit, Mr.
Tidmore was chosen from among a score of persons considered for the job.
Professor R. S. King, chairman, said the board considered Mr. Tidmore an ideal director for the new city
work and expressed the belief he will employ to the greatest benefit the new antismoke laws recently adopted by
Mr. Tidmore is 34 years old, a graduate of Georgia
Tech in the class of 1930, and for the past 10 years has
been engaged in combustion engineering work.
Charles R. Yates, who graduated with honor, 1935,
has been appointed Assistant Vice President of the First
National Bank of Atlanta, as announced July 11.
W e d d i n g s and Engagements-(Cont'd)
Attracting sincere interest was the marriage of Miss
Frances Lillian Treadwell to Collins Moore Flynt, of
Decatur and Macon. The marriage took place on August
3, at the First Methodist church in Decatur. Mr. Flynt
is of the class of 1939 with a B. S. in Industrial Management.
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T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
« « Alumni Mention » »
Louis Aichel, B. S. in C. E. 1916, is Vice President of
the Florida-Georgia Brick & Tile Co., in Jacksonville, Fla.
James B. Baggarly, Jr., B. S. in M. E. 1932, is Asst.
Superintendent of the Board of Water Commissioners,
in Macon, Ga.
James J. Colvin, B. S. in E. E. 1934, is Supt. Moncrief
Furnace Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Wm. E. Dimmock, B. S. Chem. Eng. 1923, is Chief
Chemist, National Nu Grape Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Edwin Durham, B. S. in M. E. 1929, is Service Engineer, Babcock & Wilcox Co., Koppers Bldg., Pittsburgh,
William E. Elliott, B. S. in E. E. 1930, L. E. B., G. W.
Univ., 1934, is a Patent Lawyer, 1080 National Press
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Prentiss E. Findlay, Jr., Spec. Tex. 1927, is Supt. Mill
No. 1, Bibb Manufacturing Co., in Macon, Ga.
J. M. " M i t " FitzSimons, B. S. in Gen. Sci. 1937, is
special agent, Home Insurance Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Wm. F. Floyd, B. S. in Ch.E. 1935, is Plant Supt.,
Arkansas Fuel Oil Co., Shreveport, La.
J. B. Frankum, M. E. 1921, is now Asst. Mechanical
Engineer, Dept. of Operations, T. V. A., Chattanooga,
F. E. Fry, B. S. in Comm. 1934, is Sales Engr., The
H. A. Wilson Co., of Newark, N . J.
Inocencio A. Galindo, B. S. in Arch. 1933, is a partner
of Galindo & Co., Architects, Engineers & Contractors,
Panama City, Republic of Panama.
Wallace E. George, B. S. in C. E. 1921, is Assistant
to the Management, Campbell Wyant & Cannon Foundry Co., Muskegon Heights, Mich.
Louis M. Gill, B. S. in Ch.E. 1919, is Director of Sales,
Darco Corporation, in New York City.
E. Glennan Grady, 1923, is Chief Engineer, Masonitc
Corp., in Laurel, Miss.
John D. Green, T. E. Sp. 1926, is Asst. Gen. Mgr.,
Springs Cotton Mills, Lancaster, S. C.
Nathan J. Greene, B. S. in E. E. 1930, is Chief Engr.,
National Electric Coil Co., Columbus, Ohio.
John S. Gruel, Jr., B. S. in E. E. 1933, is Supt. of Maintenance, Construction, & Engineering, A. A. C. Co., Pierce,
C. F. Hammond, Jr., B. S. in M. E. 1934, is Sales
Manager, The Steel Products Co., Inc., in Savannah, Ga.
Edwin L. Hanna, B. S. in E. E. 1930, is Manager,
Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., Greenville, S. C.
Wade P. Harding, Jr., 1920, is Sales Mgr., Tri-State
Culvert & Pipe Co., Atlanta, Ga.
W. S. Heath, 1936, is Sales Manager, Carolina CocaCola Bottling Co., in Sumter, S. C.
Cecil M. Hefner, B. S. in M. E. 1930, is a Captain with
the American Airlines, New York City.
Gordon M. Hill, 1915, is a partner in Haskins and
Sells, C. P. A.'s, New York, N. Y.
W. Norman Home, 1923, is Vice President of the Ocala
Lime Rock Corp., in Ocala, Fla.
W. W. Huff, B. S. in Ch.E. 1933, is Assistant Manager,
Rockwood Mills, in Rockwood, Tenn.
H. A. Hunnicutt, B. S. in M. E. 1932, is now Sales
Engineer in Charge of Sales for Nickel and Nickel Alloys
in Brazi', for the International Nickel Co., Sao Paulo,'
Charles P. Hunter, Jr., B. S. in Gen. Science 1927, is
Manager Des Moines Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Des
Student Develops Waste Granite Use
A process designed to make granite waste valuable to
the state's pottery industry has been developed at Georgia Tech.
T. M . Simmons Jr., Atlanta graduate student, has
found t h a t iron-bearing minerals can be removed from
the waste through electro-magnetic refining, making the
waste useful as a hardening agent.
Georgia's wealth of kaolin has attracted potters to the
state, but they have had to import feldspar, used to
harden pottery. Development of granite waste as a hardening agent would provide a plentiful substitute for
Harry Vaughan, head of the ceramics engineering department and under whose supervision young Simons
worked, says Georgia potters, who located in this state
because of the huge kaolin reserves, must import the
essential feldspar "hardener" for costs up to $20 per ton
because of expensive mining and hauling operations.
"On the other hand," Professor Vaughan says, "granite
waste from the production of aggregate and monumental
stones is accumulating at the rate of 300 tons per day in
one plant—and there are many plants operating in the
Vaughan pointed out that a few uses have been found
for this waste material, such as in fire brick, but they have
not supported a high value per ton for granite waste.
With the new process developed in his department, it
is not optimistic, Vaughan also stated, to hope t h a t refined waste soon may sell to potters for at least $6 and up
to $12 per ton.
R. H. Jewell, 1919, is Vice President, Crystal Springs
Bleachery, Chickamauga, Ga.
C. Gale Kiplinger, B. S. in M. E. and E. E. 1917, is
Supt. Maintenance and Construction, National Aniline
& Chem. Co., Buffalo, N . Y.
Dr. Sam D. Murray, B. S. in Comm. 1927, M. D.
Tulane Univ. 1936, former star fullback at Tech, is
now a practicing surgeon in Atlanta with offices in the
Robert S. Neblett, B. S. in E. E. 1923, is Asst. Manager,
Turbine Division, General Electric Co., in Schenectady
Dan Sanford, B. S. in C. E. 1920, is with the Flathead
Indian Agency, Dixon, Montana.
William H. Saunders, B. S. in M. E. 1919, is President
of International Lubricant Corp., New Orleans, La.
W. P. Stevens, 1914, is President of Atlantic Refractories Co., in Macon, Ga.
William H. Smith, 1918, Attorney at Law, formerly
with Smith-Smith and Bloodworth, is now practicing in
Atlanta with offices in the Trust Co. of Ga. Bldg.
Edward W. Swift, Jr., T. E. 1929, is Vice President of
the Muscogee Mfg. Co., in Columbus, Ga.
L. H. Tippins, B. S. in E. E. 1911, is the Owner of
Tippins Machinery Co., Koppers Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Guy B. Turner, M. E. 1921, is Sales Representative for
the Lewis-Shepard Sales Corporation in Atlanta, Ga.
H. L. Waddell, B. S. in Comm. 1932, is now Personnel
Supervisor, American Can Co., Atlanta, Ga.
William C. Wardlaw, Jr., B. S. in T. E. 1928, is a
Partner in Fleet & Wardlaw, Inc., Investment Counsel,
in Atlanta, Ga.
T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
Coach Alexander Receives Distinguished Service A w a r d
TRIBUTE T O ALEXANDER—Georgia Tech took t i m e in t h e m i d s t of t h e g r a d u a t i o n r u s h to h o n o r Athletic Director
William A. Alexander, since 1920 J a c k e t football coach a n d head of t h e physical c u l t u r e d e p a r t m e n t . " F e w , if a n y , of our
a l u m n i h a v e b r o u g h t m o r e credit t o Gcorg'a T e c h , a n d i t gives m e p l e a s u r e to p r e s e n t t h i s 1940 t o k e n to h o n o r o n e w h o
t h r o u g h good deeds h a s served his a l m a m a t e r , ' " Dr. B r i t t a i n s t a t e d in t h e c i t a t i o n to Alex. Left to r i g h t above a r c David
E. L i l i e n t h a l , director of T . V. A., w h o rendered t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t a d d r e s s ; Dr. B r i t t a i n , president of T e c h , a n d Coach
Dr. M . L. Brittain, President of Georgia Tech, confined himself to the campus, this year, in his excellent
selection of an outstanding alumnus for the annual
Distinguished Service Award which he presented to
Head Coach William A. Alexander during the graduation exercises of the college on June 3.
Coach Alexander, B . S. in C. E. 1912, needs no introduction to our alumni nor to his host of other friends
throughout the nation. T h e award given to him was a
feature of the commencement program and was made in
recognition of his untiring, successful and devoted service to his college, combined with his ever helpful cooperation and loyalty.
The gold plaque award bears the inscription: " T o
honor one who through good deeds has served his alma
The honor, so well deserved by Coach Alexander, is
considered one of the greatest that is conferred by Georgia Tech.
Among the many other fine recognitions of Coach
Alexander, was an editorial in the Atlanta Journal of
September 4 which was headed, " T h e Old Master." I t
mentioned the tribute to him in being selected as one of
the outstanding coaches of the nation to lecture on football a t the World's Fair Court of Sports; and further
stated that it was doubtful if in all the width and breadth
of the land a more authoritative speaker on t h e subject
could be found.
The article brought out many high lights of Coach
Alex and his teams, championship elevens and those that
met defeat, and commended every team that wore the
gold and white as a fighting aggregation which always
commanded the healthy respect of all opponents.
Tech has every right to be proud of Coach Alexander
and his many honors, on and off the campus.
SEC Commissioner A p p o i n t e d
Former Governor of Mississippi, Martin Sennet "Mike"
Conner was named commissioner of athletics for the
Southeastern Conference at the August 20 meeting of the
conference officials in Atlanta.
In accepting the appointment the former Mississippi
Governor declared he would not be a dictator or seek to
exercise czar-like powers in his efforts to keep the conference schools free of rule infractions.
Instead, he said, he would seek the cooperation of the
Conner's contract is for a one-year term of office, and
the conference reserved the right to cancel it earlier.
This clause was inserted, it was indicated, due to uncertainty over what effect a conscription bill would have on
the athletic program of the conference.
At the same time, conference officials announced five
new rules designed to clean up the athletic policies of the
1. Jobs cannot be given freshman athletes.
2. Athletes transferring from schools that have closed
will be eligible for athletic participation.
3. Scholarships will be limited to five years.
4. P a y for jobs given must not exceed $10 monthly.
5. When a student enrolls a t one school he automatically becomes ineligible for participation in athletics
at another school, even though he does not participate
in athletics a t the school where he first registered.
The commissioner has the power, it was announced,
to fine member colleges up to $1,000 for rule violations
and also to suspend colleges from the conference, if such
action should become necessary.
T H E GEORGIA T E C H
"Football Thru The Years"
Dean Hill, prominent alumnus and captain of the 1910
Georgia Tech football team, has recently written "Football Thru The Years," a most interesting pictorial history of American football.
Born in Gloversville, N. Y., Dean Hill spent one year
at Phillips Exeter Academy and then attended Georgia
Tech where he became Captain of the 1910 Football
team; he was one of the few northern students to play
football in the South during those days.
He has been a collector and writer of American football history for over thirteen years and his exceptional
book contains magnificent reproductions of football
prints dating back to 1876, the majority of which few
people have ever seen.
A page of the book is devoted to a photograph of the
first Georgia Tech team and the first game played with
Georgia in Athens under the leadership of General Leonard
Wood. Another page is given to a picture and story of
Riegel's run in the Rose Bowl game.
Georgia Tech alumni and the public in general may
obtain copies of the book, at its published price, from
Dean Hill, 470 Fourth Avenue, New York City, if it is
not locally available.
Cavette Captain, A d e r h o l d Alternate
Neil M . "Hawk" Cavette of Memphis, was elected
captain of the 1940 football team, on Wednesday, September 4, and Robert "Butch" Aderhold of Atlanta, was
named alternate. Both players are guards; whereas, last
year the leaders were Murphy and Gibson, both backfield
Although an excellent guard, Cavette is really a fine
back as well for he pulls out of the line to punt, pass and
run plays from punt formation on offense. He also backs
up the line when Tech uses a five-man defensive line. AH
in all, he probably is the most valuable man on the squad,
as his great punting was unsurpassed in the south last
Aderhold came to Tech a scrawny kid from Russell
High school who wanted an education. He obtained a
few odd jobs and paid his own way. He played tackle
on the Red Devils and showed promise after gaining
weight and growing up. Coach Alexander helped him
along and he is now one of the hardest hitting tacklers
and blockers on the team.
Cavette weighs 194 pounds and stands an inch over
six feet while Aderhold weighs 185 and is five-eleven.
Both are seniors and their selection by their team-mates
is a tribute to their ability and leadership.
Notre Dame Series Extended
Notre Dame and Georgia Tech have extended their
football series through the fall of 1945, as recently announced. The present contract extends through 1941
and it has proved most satisfactory to the respective
coaches, and to their teams; as well as to the alumni and
the public in general.
Notre Dame kindly transferred its home date to Tech's
field a t Atlanta in 1938 for Georgia Tech's Fiftieth
Anniversary; this, in turn, was followed by the scheduling
of the 1939 and 1940 games in South Bend. The home
dates will again alternate after this season.
The schedule for singing and playing "Ramblin'
Wreck" will continue ad infinitum, by the way.
The name Creo-pine on Creosoted Southern
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pledge of honest, accurate manufacture and
rigid inspection from standing tree to finished product. Back of it are 34 years of
wood preserving experience. Specify Creopine products for long life and lowest cost
per year of service.
Guard Rail, etc.
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Varsity Football Squad
S.!B. S u t t o n —
N. M . Cavette
K. G. Q u i g g G.
W. W . Jordan.....
C. W. Hood._
A. M . M u e r t h
H. E. Dyke
C. h- Lee
T. G. Anderson
J. J. Wild
G. J. H o l l y T.
R. L. Ison
G. I. Webb
J. P . Sprayberry.
H. B. Arthur
C E. Burroughs
P . F . Page
R. O. Dodd
G. C. Wilkir.s
H. W. L a m b
F. B .
0 . D . Dnlton
L. L. S. Boor.
R, H . P a i r .
J. S. B a r t l e t L .
J. K. Hancock
J. W. Bosch
C. R. Bates
R. E . Beers
R. W. Sheldon
L a n e t t , Ala.
East Point, Ga.
M t . Hope, W. Va.
Lynbrook, L. I., N.Y.
Easton, M d .
Brandsville, M o .
Laconia, N . H.
Fort WTorth, Texas.
Hinton. W. Va.
Chattanooga, T e n n .
Asheville, X . C.
T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
Football Prospects For 1 9 4 0
Naval Reserves M a y Be Commissioned
People have learned in the past few years that the
Georgia Tech games are always a joy to watch. The
wide open play which Coach Alexander has devised never
fails to puzzle the opponents and to keep the spectators
thrilled. Who would have thought last August that the
1939 team would play in the Orange Bowl? Yet the team
wound up with a 21 to 7 victory over Missouri, climaxed
by Bob Ison's 59-yard gallop around end for a touchdown!
What about the 1940 team? The Tech alumni believe
that this team will be on a par with t h a t of last year.
The centers, guards, and ends will return intact. Muerth
and Dyke at tackle will fill the places of Wood and Lackey.
However, who will take the places of Murphy, Ector,
Wheby, and Gibson in the backfield? Coach Dodd is
concerned b u t optimistic.
To offset the above losses are the experiences gained by
the many sophomores of last year's team and the fact
t h a t the coaches found more material on the freshman
team than was thought possible after the game last
Eighteen of last year's Orange Bowl championship
squad will return as lettermen but the Yellow Jacket
coaches have a couple of headaches trying to replace
Buck Murphy, Billy Gibson and Howard Ector in the
backfield, as stated.
T h e tackle position, too, is causing some concern but
holdovers are expected to come through in pleasing style
to help Red Muerth and Elmer Dyke.
The team is well fortified at ends with All-Southeastern
Rob Ison and George Webb, Paul Sprayberry and Harry
The guards will be headed by the veterans Hawk
Cavette, star punter and newly elected captain, and
Butch Aderhold, alternate captain. A hot tip is to watch
the work of little Wex Jordan, 175-pound fireball, who
is likely to play a lot more than is expected at present.
Johnny Bosch, 145-pound razzle-dazzle tailback, heads
the list of backs returning. He will be ably assisted by
Bobby Pair, speedy wingback, Roy Goree, light but
hard-hitting fullback, and Bobby Dodd, sophomore
Coach Alexander, who is starting his twenty-first year
a t Tech, plans on only one practice a day, as usual.
About 60 candidates reported on the first day of practice.
Tech will also have an unusually good Freshman
squad; the personnel of which, however, will be announced after all registrations have been completed.
R. G. Moye, formerly end at Florida and athletic
director at Emory, will assist in coaching the Freshmen.
A recent announcement states t h a t Congressman Carl
Vinson of Georgia expresses the belief that R. O. T. C.
students of Georgia Tech who have completed their
course may be commissioned as line officers in the United
States Navy. Congressman Vinson is chairman of the
Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives, and one of the most influental members in either
branch of Congress. He is sponsoring legislation to authorize and facilitate the commissioning of R. O. T. C.
" I have little doubt of the passage of the legislation,
and before adjournment of the current session of Congress. The Navy will need many more line officers t h a n
are now available, or are likely soon to be available. I t is
my proposal—and it has the approval of the Navy Department, to bring R. O. T. C. graduates into the service as
"In this connection it is a pride and joy to say that the
R. O. T. C. unit at Georgia Tech is tops. It ranks among
the highest, if not the very highest in the nation, and
naval officers familiar with the unit count on Tech to
provide many excellent fine officers."
Selections will be made on merit and merit alone,
it was announced, and nothing can be done until the bill
is passed and approved by the President.
1940 Football Schedule
Howard at Atlanta.
Notre Dame at South Bend.
Vanderbilt at Atlanta.
Auburn at Atlanta.
Duke at Durham.
Kentucky at Louisville.
Alabama at Atlanta—Home Coming.
Florida at Atlanta.
Georgia at Athens.
California at Atlanta.
" U n c l e B i l l y " O n Grady Board
"Uncle Billy," William H. Van Houten, Georgia Tech
instructor for many years, and holder of various offices
in the Atlanta Federation of Trades, was named to the
Grady Hospital Board of Trustees at the M a y 20 meeting of the Board.
He succeeds to a vacancy on the board created by the
resignation more than a year ago of Leon D. Wofford.
Thomas K. Glenn, Atlanta banker, is board chairman
serving with the mayor, Councilman Frank Wilson,
Kendall Weisiger, Edwin R. Haas and James L. Wells.
Known to thousands of Georgia Tech graduates and
students as "Uncle Billy," Mr. Van Houten has been
foundry instructor at the school for more than a half century. He foremerly was president of the Atlanta Federation of Trades, and is now secretary-treasurer of the
Labor Temple Association.
His appointment as labor representative on the board
was made upon the recommendation of the federation.
He will serve a four-year term.
Bobbitt Wins Dixie N e t Title
Russell Bobbitt, 1940 graduate, Georgia Tech's tennis
ace spotted Louis Faquin of Memphis, Tenn., the first
two sets, then came back to win the Mid-Dixie Singles
championship in a five-set match in Spartanburg, S. C ,
on July 13. The scores were 2—6, 4—6, 6—3, 6—2,
Bobbitt, favorite and top seeded, had to extend himself to the limit to conquer the persistent fourthseeded
star, who lacked the strokes but made up for it in aggressiveness.
The Atlantian gained his second leg on the Mid-Dixie
Trophy, which is still in competition after ten years of
Bobbitt and Earl Bartlett of New Orleans, Southern
doubles champions, defeated Billy Farmer of Tampa,
Fla., and John Ager of Birmingham, Ala., for the doubles
title, 7—5, 3—6, 6—3, 7—5.
GEORGIA T E C H
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in CE, P. O. Box 222.
'26—Brown, J. E., BS in
Comm., Dist. Mgr., Am.
Natl. Ins. Co.
'26—Dunn, J. V., BS in
'26—Sturgis, B. K., BS in
'26—Hollingsworth, L. C ,
BS in ME.
A., BS in EE, 429 Reynolds St.
'25—Dodd, F. J., BS in
EE, Division Sales Supervisor. Ga. Power Co.
'25—Law, W. F., Jr., Gen.
Insurance Agt., Masonic
'26—Market, P. M., Jr.,
BS in EE, Route 5.
•25—Merry. Arthur B., BS
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'26— Reddy, T. G., BS in
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C-l. Walton Way.
'25—Thompson, Wesley W.,
BS in EE, 1233 Broad
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Comm.. Real Estate &
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'26—Clements, S. R., Cerf.
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in CE. Ga. State Highway.
'25—Keith, Gay P., BS in
ME. State Hwy. Dept.
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BS in Arch., 469 Mcintosh St.
BS in Arch.
'25—Griffis, Paul M.. BS
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'25—Mayes, Mark W., BS
'25—Amorous, Wm. W.,
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4th Corps Area Bldg.
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BS in CE.
'25—Carter, L. C , Sec. &
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'26—Purvis, H. H., Cerf.
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'26—Hillis, J. L., BS in
'26—Tidwell, H. A., BS
•26— Bell, J. T., BS in
'26—Mathews, J. B., BS
in EE, 322 Meriwether
'25—Wheaton, G. H., BS
in ME, Secy. & Trea3.,
Robt. Wheaton & Sons,
'26—Barker, J. W., BS in
'26—Watson, Frank, Cerf.
in Ind. Edc.
'26—Harlow, M. V„ BS
'26—Kersey, W. D.. BS in
'26—Callaway, F. E., Jr.,
Spec. Tex., Pres., Callaway Mills.
'26—Edge, A. B., Jr., BS
in TE. Callaway Mills.
'26—Gilbert, H. T.f
in TE, 7 Terrace 4ve.
'25—Murphy, John K., BS
in Comm., Deputy Clerk,
'25—Arenson, Abe, BS in
CE 239 Bond St.
'26—Brown, R. L., BS in
Comm., Broker, 341 College St,
J. D.. Jr..
BS in Ch. E., Macon
'26—Gardiner, A. S., BS
in Eng., Box 17.
'26—Grayson, J. H., BS
in Gen. Engr., Foreman.
Cent, of Ga. R. R.
'26—Herring. O. W., BS
in EE, 124 Hines Terrace.
'25—Hodges, George S.,
Cert., in TE, 177 Boulevard Ave.
'26—Oliver, W. H., Gen.
Sci., Engr. Home Bldg.,
'26—Parker, L. A., BS in
EC, Procter & Gamble.
'26—Poullin, C. S., BS in
EE. 608 Forsyth St.
'26—Ricketson, J. L., BS
in EE, 101 Ryals Ave.
'26—Waters, R. E.. BS in
Comm., 136 Colest.
'26—Nash, J. L., BS in
'26—DuPre, W. A., BS in
TE, Marietta Knitting
Co., 406 Whitlock Ave.
'26—Glover, J. B., BS in
ME, J. B. Glover Mfg.
'26—Jones, E. B., Jr., BS
in Comm., Ga. Marble.
'26—Sessions, G. H., BS
'25—Underwood, W. L.,
Accountant. The McNeel Marble Co.
'25—Stevens. A. Foster,
BS in Engr.
'26—Leonard. A. H., BS
in TE, 103 Franklin St.
'25—Sibley, Alan B., BS
'26—Williams. I. A., BS
'26—Williams, M. R., BS
'26—Brinson, J. C , BS in
'25—Daniel, Robert G., BS
'26—Cole, F. B.
'26—Dean, M. P., BS in
'26—Bates, Dawson B., BS
in EC, Hand Trading
'26—Johnson, C. B„ Cerf.
in Comm., Route 1.
'25—Pierson, John E., BS
'25—Brannon. John R., BS
in TE, 509 S. Broad St.
'25—Gunn, Donald, BS in
'26—Hart, J. R., Cerf. in
TE, 905 Maple St.
•25—Laird, H. E.. Booking Mgr., Lam Amusement Co.
'26—Lease, Daniel, BS in
'26—Marshall, S. A., Jr.,
BS in CE.
'26—Reynolds. J. R., Jr.,
BS in ME. Ga. Power
Co., Sales Dept.
'26—McDonell. J. R., BS
'26—Bell, D. T., BS in
'25—Averett. Jas. E., BS
in Engr., Sales Mgr.,
Savannah Elec. & Jfower Co.
'26—Badenhoop, A. G., BS
in CE, Pres., BadenhoopDotson Ins. Agency., 18
'25—Barton. H. P., BS in
Engr., Asst. Area Eng.,
WPA of Ga.
'26—Bond, S. P., BS in
Arch.. 1115 E. Anderson St.
'26—Brown. G. S„ Jr.,
BS in EE.
'26—Bryson. W. H., 9
Perry St., E.
'26—Hankins. D. D., Jr.,
BS in CE. Engr., State
Hwy. Dept. of Ga.
•25—Hughes. Thomas W.,
BS in Comm., 511 E.
'25—Hutton. Herbert, BS
in ME, 101 East 31st
'26—Johnson, C. O., BS
in Engr., 205 W. 38th
'25—LeBey. Charles A.,
BS in EE, 306 E. 59th
'26—Loyd, C. Y., BS in
Comm., 907 Jefferson
'26— Murphy, C. E., BS in
EC, Papermakers Chem.
Co., Route 2.
'25—Robey, Curry S„ BS
in Engr., Robey Battery Co.
'26—Swicegood, H. L.. BS
in EE. 137 E. 46th St.
'26—Terry, G. R., BS in
CE, 6181/, E. 40th St.
'26—Waite, A. F., BS in
Engr., Isle of Hope.
'25—Hull, Arthur D., BS
in TE, Sou. Brighton
'26—Crenshaw, W. P., BS
in Comm., Gen. Deliv.
'25—Manning, U I a L.,
Cerf. in TE.
'26—Nash, R. R., Jr., BS
'26—Durden, C. E., BS in
;25—Howe, Donald B., BS
'25—Cureton, Wm. C , Jr.,
BS in Engr., Ga. Marble Co.
'25—Teeple, Frank A., Jr.,
BS in ME.
'25—White, John D., BS
'26— Race, G. W., BS in
CE, 1509 N. Williams
'26—Montgomery, H. E.,
BS in Comm.
BS in CE, 601 Stephens
Cerf. in TE.
•26—Childs, J. F., Cerf.
•25—Poole, Wm. F„ BS
in ME, 472 Athens St.
C. B., Jr.,
BS in EE, Engr., Fansteel Metallurgical Corp.
'26—Wheary, Warren. BS
in Comm., Sales Mgr.,
Schneider Metal Mfg.
'25—Dohbs, I. S., BCS.
'25—Bardwell, Geo. E., BS
in ME. 2003 South East
'26—Sparks, J. D„ BCS,
129 E. Market St.
'25—Morris, Harold R., BS
'25—Bozarth, Richard V.,
BS in Comm., 812 S.
BS in CE,
BS in EE.
200 W. Far-
'25—Laycock, John K., BS
in EE, 527 Park Blvd.
'25—Vance, William C , BS
'26—Meeks, H. C , BS in
'26—Meeks, N. S., BS in
'26—Alexander, P. L., BS
in ME, 1211 St. John
'26—Franklin, Selmon, BS
'25—Luehrman, Arthur W.,
BS in Engr., S46 Baronne St.
'25—Miller, Joe A., BS in
CE, 448 Canal Bk. Bldg.
'25—Rucker, Louis D., BS
in ME, 6023 Freret St.
'25—Selser, Samuel G. BS
in CE, 7812 St. Charles
'26—Staples, L. A.. BS in
ME, 5101 Pitt St.
'26—Stewart, J. A., BS in
ME, New Orleans Public
'25—Winkler, T. Q., Pres.,
Gillis-Winkler Ins. Agency, Inc., 839 Union
'26—Bolton, F. R., BS in
Comm., Hodge - Bolton
BS in Arch., 1165 Kings
in EE, Dist. Traffic
Mgr., Sou. Bell T. & T.
'25—Rosenblath, Phil F.,
BS in Arch., 403 Texas
'26—Barron, Blackeslee, BS
in Gen. Sci., 612 Reservoir St.
'25—Snead, John H. W.,
BS in ME, 75 Federal
'26—Brandt, M. H„ Jr.,
BS in EE, General Electric Student Engr.
'25—Brooks, Neill E., BS
in ME, Continental Motors Co.
'25—Stribling, John W.,
BS in EE, Buick Motor
T H E GEORGIA T E C H ALUMNUS
'26—Gresham, W. I., BS
'26—Thomas, S. M., BS
'26— Blanks, Ed. C , Spec.
Arch., 952 Harding St.
'26—Boots, H. M., BS in
Arch., care of C. H.
Lindsley, Jackson Tower.
BS in CE.
'26—Morgan, C. 0., BS in
TE, Stonewall Cotton
'26—Warren, L. P., 1420
'25—Walton, W. T., BS in
Chem., Hercules Powder
'26—Dutton, R. A., BS in
'25—Lanier, W. J., BS in
ME, Allis-Chalmers Co.
'26—Anding, J . L., BS in
CE, Attorney at Law.
'26—Rumble, E. B., BS
in ME., Gen. Foreman,
RCA Mfg. Co.
'25—Johnson, W. L. G.,
BS in Comm., Amer.
'25—Bartlett, Allen L., BS
in Arch., 205 Hicks St.
'25—Cerf, Edgar A., BS
in EE, 71 Pine Pt.
'26—Carpenter, S. M., BS
in CE. 14 Farrell St.
'26—Alford, B. A., BS in
Cluett Peabody & Co.,
40 Worth St.
'25—Blackman, Thos. S.,
BS in CE, Engr. U. S.
'25—Dodds, R. B., BS in
EE. Sales Engr., Safety
Car Heating & Lighting Co., 230 Park Ave.
'26—Elliot, R. A., BCS,
International Tel. & T.,
67 Broad St.
'25—Glass, Herman A., BS
in ME, Otis Elevator
'26—Griggs, F. H.. BS in
Arch.. 808 W. 107th St.
'25—Holder. A. O., BS in
Comm., Pres., Jas. MeCreery
'25—McCrea, T. R., BS in
& Co., Inc.,
Mfg. Chemists, Rahwav,
N. J., Res: 106 Bedford
St.. N. Y. C.
'26—Miles, M. L., BS in
EE, New York Edison
Vice Pres., Vandewater
'26—Roberts, Lindsey, BS
in Engr., Modern Bldg.,
'25—Rogers, Warren O.,
BS in EE, 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
'25—Sowards, Clyde O., BS
in EE, 117 Liberty St.
American Enka Corp.,
206 Madison Ave.
'26—Spaldings, W. Francis, Jr., BS in TE, 79
'25—Turner, W. H.. BS
in ME, Lawyer, 200
'25—Werner, August F.,
BS in EE, Mgr., Howell Elec. Motor, 17 E.
'25—Wood, J. A., BS in
EE, Engr., A. T. & T.
Co., Long Lines Dept.,
'25—May, S. C , BS in
ME, Eastern Mgr., G.
S. Blakeslee & Co., N.
Y. C , Res: 15 Dobbs
'26—Lathe, W. S.. BS in
EE, Engr., Utica Gas
& Elec. Co.
'25—Waldrop, James M ,
BS in Comm., Route 2.
'26—Gudger. L. M.. BS in
Arch., Sunset Drive.
'25—Gates, Louis E„ BS
'25—Betts, Robt. H., BS
in Comm., Mgr., Retail
•26—Beyea, R. S„ Retail
'26—Davis, A. R.. BS in
TE, Selling Agt., SacoLowell Shops.
'26—McLean, H. D., BS
in ME, La. Oil Refining Co.
'26—Seigel, Harry, Sears,
'25—Enloe. Scropp W., Jr.,
BS in TE.
'25—Mallory, Roswell T.,
Cerf. in TE, Box 243.
'26—Brown, E. H., BS in
Gen. Sci., Draftsman.
City of Greensboro, 975
Spring Garden St.
'25—Makasiar, Vincente V.,
Engr., V, B. Higgins
'26—Wilkins, J. D., BS in
ME, 305 Victoria St.
'25—Gibbs, R. S., Jr., BS
in EE, Duke Power Co.
'26—Lanford, C. C , BS
in EE, Supt.. Public
•26—Parker, A. R., BS in
BS in Chem., Chem.
Lab., Firestone Tire &
'26—Butter-field. W. M.. BS
in Comm., Acct.. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co..
Publicity Dir., The H &
S Power Co.
'26—Burke, C. E., BS in
EE, Engr.. Gen. Elec.
'26—Brown, M. J.. BS in
EC, Proctor & Gamble
'25—Watson, J. G.. CocaCola Plant Works. .
'25—Munger, Hammett P.,
BS in Chem., care of
'25—McGehee. C. B., BS
in CE, Mgr. of Sales,
Highway Products Div.,
Truscon Steel Co.
'25—Blakey, Lawrence M.,
BS in EE, Box 2604.
'25—Talley, B. B., BS in
EE, Capt.. Corps of
care of Army
'26— Quinn, T. W., BS in
EC, 1602 Packard Bldg.
'25—Blackmon. Hendley N.,
BS in EE, Westinghouse
'25—Broughton, John J.,
BS in EE, 600 Arrot
'26—Hamilton. C. W., BS
in Engr., ]31(i S. Broadway.
'26—Leffler. Abian, BS in
EC. 425 Morewood Ave.
'26—White. Howard, Jr.,
BS in EE. Relay Engr.,
Duquesne Light Co.
•25—Parker, R. J., 1217
'26—Heck. C. V., Jr., BS
'26—Ashby, C. A., BS in
EE, 110 High St.
'25—Krasnoff, L. I.,
'25—Kyer, David B., Jr.,
BS in EE.
'26—McLendon. J. F., BS
in Comm.. Dist. Mgr.,
Monroe Calculating Machine Co., 301 Mangel
'26—Wagener, F. W., 119
U. S. Court House.
'25—Morgan, Duman H.,
Cerf. in TE. Riverdale
in Gen. Sci.. Southern
'26—Green, J. D., Spec.
'26—Garrett, C. C , BS in
BS in CE, 1203 Drayton St.
V-Pres., Sumter Brick
'25—McBrayer. Thomas B.,
BS in ME, Box 496.
'26—Flucker. R. A., BS in
ME, Mining Eng*.
'26—Traylor, George H.,
BS in EE, Aluminum
Co. of Amer.
'26—Bickers. C. W., BS
in ME, Box 276, James
'26—Brown, W. C., BS in
Comm.. 109 E. 8th St.,
'26—Cater, F. E., BS in
TE and GS, Partner,
Ray-Ser Dyeing Co.
'25—Chapman, R. L„ BS
Life & Ace. Ins. Co.
in Comm., Felix Diamond Ins. Co.
'25—Ewing, Charles R„
Franklin Process Co.
'25—Gilkeson, Wm. R., BS
in EE, Elec. Engr., T.
V.A., 711 Power Bldg.
'26—Webb, W. R., Provident Life & Accident
'26—Winer, Meyer, BS in
Comm., CPA, Volunteer
'25—Chandler, George A.,
BS in Arch.,
PWA Project H3403,
North 3rd St.
'25—Fischer, Wm. H., 1430
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
'25—Hays, Robert L., Jr.,
BS in ME, Otis Elevator Co.
'25—Usury, Joseph A., BS
in ME, 515 Farnsworth
'26—Woosley, W. B., BS
in TE, Pres., Woosley
'26—Hardin, E. J., BS in
'26—Hollis, H. D„ BS in
ME, 2328 Irwin Ave.
'25—Thompson, Joseph R.,
Cerf. in TE, 281 Jones
'25—Grundy, E. T.
'26—Stephenson, E. L., BS
in TE, Texas Co., Box
'26—Newton, H. S., Cerf.
'26—McGavock, H. K., BS
Engr, System Operating
Dept., Virginia Elec. &
'26—Atkinson, C. E\, BS
in EC, care of DuPont
'25—Rozier, Harold F., BS
Elec. Power Co.
'25—Lovett, Alex H.. B3
in CE, P. O. Box 77.
•26—Copeland. L. W., BS
in EE. 4520 N. Woodburn St.
'26—McDonald, A. F., BS
in ME, Milwaukee Elee.
Ry. & Light Co.
'26—Buchanan, H. S., BS
in EE, Wisconsin Elec.
'26—Veltre, F. E., Jr., BS
Engr., Baragua Sugar
'25—Lasek, Louis, BS in
CE, Asst. Civil Engr.,
U. S. Naval Station.
26—Seki, Suekichi, BS in
Arch., 39 Nishiokubo.
'26—Ford, T. B., Jr., BS
in Engr. Chem., Mgr.,
in Japan, Sanki Engr.
Co., Sanshin Bldg.
'26—Isola, E. A., BS in
TE, Box 668.
'26—Powell, T. R., BS in
'26—Tull, L. H., BS in
Comm., Luke Field.
'27—Yecmans, S. J., BS in
Comm., Commercial Nat.
Tex., 1200 N. 11th Ave.
'27—Cole, Harrv, BS m
Engr., 2516 19th Ave.,N.
'27—Phillips, J. L., Gen.
Engr., Alabama Power
•27—Rice, W. F., BS in
Comm., Terrace Court
'27—Schwalb, C. T., BS in
CE, Engr., Atlanta &
St. Andrews Bay Ry. Co.
'27—Whittlesey, J. H., BS
'27—Felix, V. L., Salesman,
111S Polk St.
'27—Crump, J. F., BS in
'27—Cummings, O. O., BS
'27—Wardlaw, A. B.. BS
in EE, P. O. Bin-V.
'27—Bethel, Stamps, BS in
Comm., Asst. Mgr., Nat.
Outdoor Adv. Bureau,
Inc., Shell Bldg.
'27—Hogue, T., BCS, MarkHopkins Hotel.
'27—Kennedy, K. W., BS in
CE, Colorado Fuel &
DIST. OF COLUMBIA
'27—Barron, C. T., BS in
Loew's Eastern Division
'27—Connelly. Vaughn B.,
54 Independence Ave.
'27—Purnell. H. S„ Jr.,
BS in EE.
'27—Coachman, S. C , BS
in ME. Bnx 900.
'27—Dibble, C. H., BS in
'27—Smith, Eugene Clyde,
BS in Comm., Hygeia
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
'27—Knoener, C. J., BS in
THE GEORGIA TF.CH ALUMNUS
'27—Higdon, R. H., BS in
Comra,, Wholesale Groc.
'27—Hollingsworth, K. E.,
Gen. Engr., 909 S. Dakota St.
'27—Broadhurst, D. J., BS
•27—McNeill, A. T., BS in
Comm., £16 Brown St.
'27—Adams, J. R., BS in
CE, 415 Trust Co. of Ga.
'27—Ansley, N. E., BS in
Comm., 403 Boulevard,
•27—Ball, H. C , BCS,
'27—Banton, J. A., BS in
EE, 27 The Prado, N. E.
'27—Barnes, R. M., BS in
EE, 1669 Westwood Ave.,
'27— Becknell, H. M„ BS
in Comm., Sloan Paper
'27—Benny, F. R., Gen.
Sci., 90—5th St., N. W.
'27—Bird, G. T., BS in ME
& EE, Bird-Potts, Inc.,
'27—Bleich, J. K., BS in
E. Ch., Physician, 310
'27—Boggs, G. H., Jr., BS
in CE, 733 Williams St.
'27—Boston, R. J., BS in
CE, 787 Barnett St.,
'27—Brooks, L. B., BS in
CE, 1667 Gordon St.,
'27—Bullard, R. G„ BS in
CE, 1309 Rhodes-Haverty Bldg.
'27—Cannon, J. S., BS in
'27—Carev, G. A., BS in
Arch., 241 Elizabeth St.,
'27—Carson, R. E., BS in
CE, 334—3rd St., N.W.
'27—Cathey, J. W„ BS in
Comm., P. O. Box 1433.
'27—Clarke, W. T., BS in
E. Chem., Ind. Chem.
Research, Nunnaly Co.
•27—Cole, H. O., BS in
CE, A. K. Adams Co.
'27—Cole, K. O., BS in CE,
Engr., MacDougald Construction Co., P. O.
'27—C'onnally, C. P., Jr.,
BS in Engr., DavisonPaxon Co.
'27—Connell. A. R., BS in
CE, 433 Euclid Terrace,
'27—Daniel, Joel, BS in
ME, 3S7 Central Ave.
'27—Douglas, W. C , BS in
Arch., 97—14th St.,N.W.
'27—Dunn, W. P., Jr., BS
in EE, 31 The Prado.
'27—Edwards, P . M., Gen.
Engr., 688 Fair St.,S.W.
'27—Edwards, W. C , BS
in EE, Contractor, City
'27—Ellison, L. B., Sp.
Comm., Sou. Bell Tel.
'27—Embry, B. S., BCS,
'27—Fickett, R. N., Ill,
1783 Ponce de Leon Av.
'27-Frohsin, L. J.. BS in
Comm., Leon Frohsin.
'27—Geffkin, J. W., BS in
ME, 680 Juniper St.,
•27—Glenn, W. H., BS in
TE, 1366 Peachtree St.
'27—Graham, E. P., BS in
'27—Green, Lee Aaron, BS
'27—Harris. R. O., BS in
CE. 956 Waverly Way.
'27—Hartman. E. S.. Gen.
Sci.. 1073 St. Charles
'27—Hill, F. M., Gen.
Engr., 811 Vedada Way,
'27—Irwin, C. R., BS in
EE, 1479 Lee St.
'27—Irwin. T. J., Gen.
Engr., Sales Engr., 801
Bona Allen Bldg.
'27—Jamison, C. A., BS in
Comm., 1224 North Ave.,
'27—Keller, A. A., BS in
EE, Am. Tel. & Tel. Co.
'27—Lanier, W. P., BS in
Cotton Oil Co.
'27—Lewis, J. H., BS in
EE, 780 St. Charles Av.
•27—Lewis, J. M., BCS,
'27—Loach, H. D., BS in
EE, City Hall.
'27—Lovell, R. C , BS in
ME, 420 Lawton St.
'27—Lovette, F. D., BS in
EE, Ga. Power Co.
'27—Luter, J. G., BS in
ME, Georgia Tech.
'27—McCain, W. F.. BS in
Comm., Battery Sales Co.
'27—McAlpin, Wm. J., BS
in Comm., Pres., J . J.
Finnigan Co., Inc.
'27—Maddox, W. A., Gen.
'27—Malone, S. N., BS in
Comm., Am. Tel. & Tel.
'27—Marshall, F. G., BS
'27—Moreland, R. B., BS
in TE, 866 Boulevard,
'27—Parkins, W. D., Gen.
Engr., % Scripto, 142
Jackson, N. E.
'27—Patrick, J. V., BSC,
Legal Dept., Ga. Power
Co., 1607 William-Oliver
'27—Peacock, Ben B., BS
in ME, 946 Glen Arden
Way, N. E.
'27—Perkins, P. H., Jr.,
Gen. Sci., 706 Bona Allen Bldg.
'27—Pitts, L. W., BS in
Arch., 96 Ponce de Leon
'27—Polk, J. M., Gen.
Ave., N. E.
'27—Pope, W. B., Sp.
Comm., Paymaster, S.
A. L. R. R.
'27—Rankin, V. O., Jr.,
BS in Comm., 610 HaasHowell Bldg.
'27—Riley, N. W., BS in
EE, 268 Lakeview, N. E.
'27—Schartle. R. N., BS in
TE, Design Engr., Elevators, Riidford & Co.,
13 Porter Place.
'27—Seal, G. M., BS in EE,
1142 Briarcliir PI., N. E.
'27—Shelor, .1. C , BCS,
Dorsey, Shelor, Dorsey.
'27—Singer, .1. H.. BS in
'27—Smith, J. G., BCS, 208
Murray Hill Ave.
'27—Smith, Moreland, BS
in Arch., 1310 Morningside Thrive, N. E.
'27—Smith, ,S. M., BS in
'27—Tharpe. M. M., BS in
Adams, Holmes, Tharpe,
Trust Co. of Ga. Bldg.
'27—Walker, J. R., BS in
EE, 645 Lexington Ave.
'27—Waller, J. C , BCS,
Sou. Bell Tel. Co.
'27—Webb, W. J., BCS,
Citizens & Sou. Bank.
'27—Wells, T. C., BS in
Arch., Draftsman, Wm.
J. J. Chase.
'27—Whaley, R. L., BCS.
'27^Williamsnn, R. L.. BS
in Comm., Battery Sales
'27—Young, J. H., BS in
EE, 80 Spruce St.
'27—Byrd. W. O., BS in
CE, 1511 Walton Way.
'27—Fincher, W. H., Jr.,
BS in Engr., Broadway
'27—Reeves, H. B., BS in
CE, 1460 Walton Way.
'27—Dean, J. J., BS in
'27—Penn, H. L., BS in
EE, Box 15.
'27—Lanier, J. W., BS in
Comm., Box 150.
'27—Butt, J. C , BS in EE.
'27—Hardy, R. L., BS in
'27—McDaniel, A. R., Gen.
'27—Sewell, C. M., Jr., BS
'27—Roberts, J. R., BS in
EE, R. F. D. No. 2.
'27—Angley, T. S., BS in
Comm., 229 E. John Calvin Ave.
'27—Groves, J. H., Jr., BS
in TE, Bibbs City Hotel.
'27—McClellan, T. M., BS
in Comm., 1322 Talbotton Ave.
'27—Watterson, J. G.. BS
in EE, 1445—20th St.
'27—Greene, W. J., Gen.
'27—Turner, N. S., Jr., BS
in TE, Covington Cotton
'27—Head, L. Q., BS in
'27—Huff, J. M., BS in ME.
'27—Jones, C. W., BS in
ME., Supt., Water. Light
& Sinking Fund Comm.
'27—Camp, Felin, Jr., BS
in TE, 309 McDonough
'27—Carmack, S. M„ BS in
'27—Daniel, J. C , BS in
Arch., Box 224.
'27—Fleming, J. T., Spec.
Tex., 235 Carter Ave.,
'27—Mallory, H. L., Gen.
Sci., 242 East Ponce de
'27—Whorton, B. W., Spec.
Tex., 116 W. Nevis St.
'27—McGraw. W. M., BS
'27—Ash, L. R.. BS in
Comm.. 208 Outley St.
'27—Gammage, Charles Edwin, BS in CE.
'27—Crisp, C. W., BS in
'27—Johnson, G. M., BS in
'27—Eaton, H. D., BS in
'27—Sansbvrv, D. G., Jr.,
BS in EE.
'27—Taylor. J. F.. BS in
Arch., 438 Church St.
'27—Haile, W. A., Jr., BS
'27—Brewer, Lewis, BS in
CE, Route D.
'27—Hammond, J. W., Jr.,
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'27—Gunn, A. Wilkerson,
BS in TE, 103 Gordon
'27—Hudson, W. L., BS in
'27—Ott. T. O., Jr., BS
'27—Miller, W. H., BS in
'27—Park, C. L., BS in
'27—Whatley, B. J.. BS in
'27—Findlay, P. E., Jr., BS
in Spec. Tex., 160 Gardner St.
'27—Wright, Allen V., BS
in CE, 324 College St.
'27—Bishop, A. H., BS in
Comm., 203 Washington
'27—Lucky, M. H., BS in
'27—Marshall, W. E., Jr..
BS in EC.
•27—Nixon, K. B., Gen.
Supt., Newnan Cotton
'27—DeJarnette, J. L., Gen.
'27—McDaniel, C. K„ BS
'27—Pirkle, A. G., Gen.
•27—Smith, G. C , BS in
'27—Doyal, G. M., BS in
'27—Hutton, P. W., Gen.
'27—LeBey, J. C , BS in
'27—Parnelle, S. W., Jr..
Gen. Sci., 2307% Whitaker St.
'27—Pirog, J. T.,
Engr., 415 E. 35th St.
'27—Powell. H. E., Gen.
Engr., Savannah Electric & Power Co.
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'27— Pasley, D. C , BS in
'27—Wood, T. W., BS in
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'27—Askew, W. B„ BS in
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'27—Holmes, J. P., PS in
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"27—Napier, L. M., BS In
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'27—Cross, R. D., BS in
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'27—Brown, Wm. T., BS in
CE, 1201 Custom House,
U. S. Treasury Dept.
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in ME, Dept. o£ Grounds
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'27—Bearden, Judge W.,
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'27—Alexander, A. P., BS
'27—Garber, I. C , Jr., BS
in Gen. Sci.
'27—Turner, B. M., BS in
EE, 203 Oak St.
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'27—Merry. B., BS in ME.
Supt., Fulton Bag &
'27—Miller, J. H., Gen.
Engr., G. E. Service
'27—Kennedy. T. L.. Jr.,
BS in CE, American
'27—Crosswell, W. J., BS
in ME, Curtiss-Wright
'27—Rankin. T. H „ BS in
CE, 10 Bovven Ave.
NEW YORK CITY
'27—Anderson, W. M., BS
in Arch., T. B. Stout
Co., 420 Lexington St.
'27—Beatty, T. C , BS in
Engr., Combustion Engr.
Co., 200 Madison Ave.
'27—Chaille. J . H., BS in
Gen. Sci., Box 396,
Gen. P . O.
"27—Godwin, Owen Hill, BS
in Arch., 731 Custom
'27—Grant, M. B., Gen.
'27—Gray, J. F.. BS in
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'27—Holland. R. F.. BS in
Comm., Harris - Forbes
'27—Lundv, C. A„ BS in
EE. Room 83S, 466 Lexington Ave.
'27—McRae. D. F., BS in
Gen. Sci., % Lazard
Freres & Co.t Investment
Bankers, 120 Broadway.
'27—Mejio, Elias, BS in
CE. 99 C'ourtland St.
'27—Strickland, C. A.. BS
in Comm., 1775 Grand
'27—White, E. D., BS in
CE, 421 W. USth St.
PORT IVORY, L. I.
'27—Alsobrook. A. E., BS
in Engr. Chem., Procter
& Gamble Mfg. Co.
'27—Kaestle. F. L., 'BS in
EE, 232—4th St.
'27—Ross. Clunis Hayden,
BS in CE.
'27—Broderick. R. S., BS
in EE, Carolina Light &
'27—Felmet, Jackson, Gen.
Sci., 15S Penn Ave.
'27—Merchant. L. C , BS
in CE, Rt. 1.
'27—Chandler. H. S., BS
in Arch.. 4(18 W. Washington St.
'27—Makasinr. V. V., BS
in ME, Engr., V. B.
'27—Bisanar, G. Norman,
BS in Gen. Sci., 1328—
'27—Steed. J. N., BS in
EE. Carolina Power &
'27—Gore. E. J., BS in
'27—Page, R. Mc., Jr., BS
in CE, Wilmington Star
'27—Allen. R. W., BS in
EE, 412 N. Spruce St.
'27—Dorey, J. H., BS in
Arch., 6ir> Belleview Av.
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ME. 1911 Shaw Ave.
'27—Haggard, R. C , BS in
TE. 3205 First Ave.
'27—Fincher, H. D., BS in
Ch. E., Chem. Div., Procter & Gamble.
'27—Alexander, H. B., BS
in EC, Sales Agent, Mag.
'27—Scherffius, Wm. Simeon, BS in CE, Koppers
'27—Smith. J. L., BS in
ME, 1421 Lincoln Ave.
'27—Freeman, Harry, BS in
CE, 4800 Forbes St.
'27—Stalker, W. G., BS in
(Jen. Engr., Frick-Reid
Corp., 117 Sandusky St.
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in ME, Engr., Lycoming
"27—Sullivan, V. D., BS in
CE, 326 N. McDuffy St.
'27—DeLoach, L. D., BS in
'27—McMillan, K. P., BS
in EE. 294 Sumter St.
'27—Arnold. W. H., BS in
EE. Federal Land Bank.
'27—Mylius, F. G., BS in
CE. P . O. Box 653.
'27—Haynesworth, J. S., BS
'27—Nance, J . E., BS in
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in Engr. Chem., Al. Co.
of Amer. Reduction Pit.
'27—Garcia. P . B., Gen.
Sci., Patten Hotel.
'27—Kelly, H. J., BS in
CE, Engr.. T. V. A.,
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in ME, Pres., Lookout
Boiler & Mfg. Co.
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in Comm., Packer Adv.
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in Comm., 1320 Dugdale
'27—Walker, H. A., Spec.
Tex., Cherokee Spinning
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'27—Baker, G. D., BS in
TE, Dupont Rayon Co.
'27—Dean, J. E., BS in
TE, Dupont Cellophane
'27—McGregor, H. H., BS
'27—McNeice. E. S., BS in
Comm., Mgr., Consolidated Millinery Co., Sanger Bldg.
'27—Nicholl, J. F., BS in
CE, 315 W. Brooklyn
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in TE, V.-Pres., Hesalein & Co., Inc., 1104
Santa Fe Bldsf.
'27—Smith, J . W., Gen. U.
S. Engr. Office.
'27—Perlitz, F. W., BS in
'27—Perlitz, Wm. H., BS
in EE, McCollum Exploration Co.
'27—Schwartz. C. A., BS
in ME, 3003 Louisiana
'27—Barnett, J. N., BS in
'27—Stephens, E. L., Gen.
Engr., Texas Co., Box
'27—Tillery, J. G„ BCS,
2405 Ginn Ave.
•27—Sanford, R. M.. BS in
E. Chem., 407 Spruance
'27—Ankers, J. S., BS in
'27—Williams. R. E„ BS in
CE, Newport Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.
'27—Harris, C. Del., BS in
TE, 15 E. Franklin.
'27—Stephens, J . W., BS
Electric Power Co.
'27—Myers, C. B., BS in
E. Chem., Mathison Alkali Co.
'27—Scarborough, W. L.,
BS in Comm., Box 965.
'27—Harris, R. M c , BS in
Gen. Engr., Line material
"27—Magana, A. A., Gen
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