Herbert W. Jackson, Jr., of Richmond,
Virginia, has added funds to the endowment of the Herbert Worth Jackson Schol-
arship enabling the University to announce
that a second $2,000-scholarship will be
awarded. This scholarship, also to be
awarded to a North Carolina high school
or preparatory school senior, will carry a
stipend of $500 annually for four years,
and will be known as the Herbert Worth
Herbert W. Jackson, Jr., graduate of
the University of Virginia, is a son of
the late Herbert Worth Jackson '86, in
whose memory the late Mrs. H. W. Jack-
son established a trust fund of $15,000
to endow the original Jackson Scholarship.
The award of the Jackson Scholarships
is made similarly to the selection of
Rhodes Scholars. In the 1938 award of
the first scholarship 173 candidates were
nominated. The Scholarship Committee
in Chapel Hill selected 20 of these to come
to Chapel Hill for special interviews.
Ferebee Taylor, of Oxford, was the suc-
cessful candidate. Taylor has made A's
on all academic work. Also he has par-
ticipated in campus affairs as President of
the University Club and is a candidate for
election as President of the student body.
Of the 20 nominees who came to Chapel
Hill for interviews, 16 later enrolled in
the University. The list of campus activ-
ities participated in by these students is
impressive, but most significant are the
grades made by the 16. They are as fol-
lows: 209 A's, 217 B's, 114 C's, 15 D's,
1 E, 3 F's, 6 Incompletes, and 3 Absences
'16 Looks to 25th
Francis F. Bradshaw, President of '16, has been making plans for the class'
25th reunion at Commencement, June 8-10.
First of all, he thought, an inventory should be made. Accordi~gly th.e
Alumni Office has supplied him with an up-to-date class roster. CertaIn addi-
tional information was gathered too. It is shared here with others of '16.
Graduates Matriculates Total
Members with known addresses __________________________ 122 165 287
Dues-paying members of their Alumni Association
(receive REVIEW) ______________________________________
Contributors at some time to Alumni Loyalty Fund
Attended past 3 reunions of ' 16 __________________________
Attended 2 of past 3 reunions ______________________________
Attended 1 of past 3 reunions ____..________________________
President Bradshaw, Secretary Fred Deaton, Dean House and other class
members are determined that the 25th reunion will boost the above figures
Classes of Depression's Eve
Reunions of '27 '28 '29 and '30 are due to be held in Chapel Hill, June
8-10. The crash ;hat ~as heard about 1929 and 1930 has been identified
with a depression-more probably however the noise was made by these four
classes as they broke into many and varied careers. .
The four classes have been graduated just about long enough for thelT
members to be getting careers and flmilies well underway. Most probably
the reunions this June will be the best yet-it seems to take ten or more years
of alumnihood before alumni begin to appreciate the University and come
back for reunions.
Here are the officers of the four classes:
'27 President--J. H. Van Ness III, c/o Coca-Cola Co., Charlotte.
Secretary-J. Frazier Glenn, Jr., 15 Church St., Asheville.
'28 President-J. W. Ferrell, Jr., 106 W. Tabb St., Petersburg, Va.
Secretary-David Blanton, Marion.
'29 President-Bowman Gray, Winston-Salem.
Secretary-Walter Spearman, Chapel Hill.
' 30 President-Arch T . Allen, Raleigh.
Secretary-Robert L. Zealy, Radio Station WGBR, Goldsboro, N. C.
Write them your ideas for a big reunion in June.
NEW VIEW OF CAROLINA INN ADDITION
Alumni who always come in the front door of the Carolina Inn may not recognize tlte view sltown below, but it ;s the latest picture of the addition ~o
the Inn whtch includes the Cafeteria and the Alumni Office. The semi-circular mtrance u,th wl"t~ columns leads to the Ca~etena, the s,,!,all entrance <n
the corner also leads to the Cafeteria, and tl" white door practically behind the shrubbery on the rtght opens mlo the Alumm Office and tS always open-
figuratively at least- for returning alumni!