zlne for 15,000 members, and recently super- vised the making of their color film "Freedom for Youth." John William Davis (AB) has been studying at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm, Sweden for three years. His ad- dress is Oregrundsgatan 8, 4, ¢ Lith.eus, Stock- holm. hving Pinkus (Archie) Goodwin (BSCom) writes from Miami (525 N. E. 26th Terrace) that he is working with the accounting firm of McClain & Bolger, and will be taking his CPA exam this fall. He reports: "I ran into Ralph Smith (Ralph Kenan Smith, AB '50). We reha,hed old times at Lenoir Hall where we dUBted off the tables back in '47 and '48. William Muirhead Goulding (AB) of the Dept. of Economics, State College, Ra- ieigh has been awarded a General Education Board Fellowship, valued at approximately $4,000, on which he will pursue his doctoral studies at the University of Chicago. Edwin Max Gregory (BSCom) is taking sales training for Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. of Atlanta, after being in the claims department for four years. Jim Hayworth (AB) is the new head baseball coach and assistant foot- ball coach at High Point High School. Thomas Rich_1Td (Dick) Hagood (AB) handles the wire copy desk at The Charlotte Ohserver. Nelson Hendrix (BSCom) is a t-<lbacco blJyer in Turkey; he and Lawrence Thompson (AB ' 35, PhD ' 38) had an unexpected reunion at the American Club in Izmir last spring, touched off by the Beta ring on Nelson's finger, whereupon the brothers celebrated. *Ist. Lt. Zebulon Vance Jones, USAF, reports that his wife and Zeb III have recently joined him in Japan for a year's stay. Their address: Finance Office, APO 328, P. O. Box 15, San Francisco, Calif. Vance recently saw Haro·ld Ca·rlton Alderson '44 (AB '48), passing through on his way back to the States. * William Pierce (Bill) Lamkin (ABJour) is holding down the city news desk at The Charlotte Obse·rver. ** Dr. Laurence Brickenstein Leinbach (AB, Cert Med '50) received his M.D. from Harvard in June and is interning at Boston City Hospital. He has a daughter, Elizabeth Kay, born August 20,' 1951. " William Royall Martin, Jr. (AB, BS State College '52) is a textile chemist with the American Cyanamid Co. in Stamford, Conn. He was married on June 14 to Betty Anne Rader (WC '50) of Mayodan. David Ead Miles, Jr. (BSCom '49) is now working for Texize Chemicals, Inc. of Greenville, S. C., lives at 2311 Wilson St., Durham, and travels in the Piedmont and Eastern Carolina. Riman Ellwood Muth is associated with the Baptist Orphanage at Thomasville. l' J. Sam Nesbit, .Jr. (AB) has been named administrator of Wallace Thomson Hospital in Union, S. C., after four years as administrative assistant at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte. Clyde Killian Osborne (ABJour) is assistant State news editor of The Charlotte Observer. * Sholat' Powell (BSPhar, MS '50) has acquired an interest in the drug firm of Herring & Wil- liams of Oxford, and has moved his family from Henderson. Austin Smith (Ace) Parker, now a Capt. USMC, is stationed at Quantico, after a long tour at the Naval Hospital at Bethesda, Md., recovering from Korean wounds. He was awarded the Silver Star. *.... Betty Robinson (AB) is teaching math in Asheville. .. .. .. Sgt. William deRosset Ress of Wilmington, N. C. is returning to the U. S. for discharge after a tour of duty as platoon sergeant with the Medical Company of the 172nd Infantry Regiment, 43rd Infantry Division, in Germany. Claiborne Thweatt Smith (AB, CertMed '50) received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in June and is interning at Grady Memorial Hospitai in Atlanta. 'k George Sparger (AB, MA '52) resigned as head football coach at Central High School, Charlotte to enter business. Max Spurlin (AB), former UNC guard, has been appointed head coach and athletic director of Asheville-Biltmore College.*.. J0"" Foushee Trotter (AB, CertMed '50) received his M.D. from Emory University June 7, was married June 21 to Carolyn Kilmer of Boston, and is now interning at Emory University Hospital i,] Atlanta.*.... 2nd Lt. James Lewis Waldron, USAF, is now in the office of the Inspector General, Elgin Air Force Base, Fort Walton, Fla. Cleo Duke Wilder, Jr. (AB) is t:aching biology at Presbyterian College again this year.*" Dr. George Thomas Wolff (AB) graduated on June 12 from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia and is interning at the N. C. Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill. Of Wendel Wayne lWood (BSCom) is now plant superintendent at the Valley Bag Co., Char- lotte. MARRIAGES: Anne Gwathmey of Spar- tanburg, S. C. and Henry Alfred Badgett (BS Com) of Mt. Airy, June 14. * Helen Etoile Mason of Galax, Va. and Harry Duard Coulter (BSCom) of Newton, August 16. They will ive in Greensboro, where he is assistant man- ager of the sales office, American Agricultural Chemical Co. ** Betty Walter of Wilmington and Lt. George Norman Earnhart, USAF, of Tarboro, August 8. He is stationed at Moody Air Rase, Valdosta, Ga. .. Marlene Marie Cannon of Farmville and ]o'seph Nah.oum Hatem (BSCom) of Roanoke Rapids, Sept. 14... * Florence Edith Kaufman of Far Rockaway, N. Y- and Ben Jaffa, .Jr. (BSCom) of Charlotte, Sept. 2. They will live in Charlotte, where he is a partner in the Southern 5c & 10c Stores. Grace Doris Nauful of Columbia, S. C. and Lloyd S. Liles (BSCom '49) of Middlesex, N. C. and Charleston, S. c., July 19. Elizabeth Baucom of Wake County and George Da)'lon Morgan (BSPhar) of Clayton, July 12. They will live in Raleigh. Roberta Mar- garet Beckler of Highland Park, Ill. and Harold .1Iexandet· Morris (AB) of Austin, Texas, August 5. Mr. Morris is a member of the faculty of the Texas School for the Deaf, Austin. •. " Florence Helene Jacobson of Greensboro and Cpl. Emest Sylvan Rosenberg (ABJour), April 26. He is an instructor at Camp Roberts radio oper.tor school, California. " Mary Johnson Bailey of Stantonsburg and Thomas Eugene Shreve of LeaksvTlle and Wilson, August 10. They will live in Wilson, where Mr. Shreve works for the Dixie Bedding Co. " Joan Marie Schnurr and John Fran- cis Smith (AB) both of Atlanta, Sept. 6. He is connected with the Firemen's Fund Insurance Co. in Atlanta. " " Dorothy Elizabeth Neal and Harold Lawrence Warner, both of Walker- town, July 12. They are at home in Richmond, Va. where Mr. Warner is with Piedmont Air Lines. " " Susie Ella Elizabeth Spark 0f Draper and John Charles York (BSCom) of High Point and Greensboro, June 1. He is with GMAC, Greensboro. Betty Jean Wagoner of Gold Hill and C"ester David zumBrunnen (BSCom) of Salisbury, August 23. The groom is :1.n accountant with Thomas P. zumBrunnen, CPA in Salisbury. BIRTHS: To David Dortcli Claytor (BS Phar) and Mrs. Claytor, a daughter, Patricia Lynn, in Greensboro, April 4. " To Joh.n Ma'rtin /I.'fay (BSCom) and Mrs. May, a son, Robert Dennis, in Levittown, L. I., N. Y., July 29. **" To Annie Ben Beale (Mrs. Horace R. Kornegay) (AB) and Mr. Kornegay, a son, . Horace Robinson Kornegay, Jr., in Greensboro, June 25.- *" To Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Godda'rd McMillan, Jr. a son, Bruce Goddard McMillan, HI., in Charlotte, Feb. 23. " To Paul Everett Mullinax (AB) and Mrs. Mullinax, a son, Fr;derick Douglas, in Kensington, Md., August 2'1. *" To Robert Hawtliorne Seaborn (BS Phar) and Mrs. Seaborn, a daughter, Joy Anne, in Greenville, Feb. 7.
William Preston Allan (AB), formerly a
member of the Charlotte's slum clearance de-
partment, is now in charge of property man-
agement with the Carolina Realty Co. in Charlotte. Edison Brent (Eddie) Allen has
been named sports editor of the Tulane Uni-
versity news bureau; he was formerly with
The Charlotte Observer. Oliver Hicks
Allen (ABJour) is with the B~rlington Daily
Times-News and has recently built a new house
at 525 Country Club Drive. He reports enough
UNC alumni at the Times-News to make a
has-ketball team, "With one left over for coach
and water boy": Aubert Calvin Snow (ABJour
'50), Floyd Ellington (ABJour), Edward Jolm
McCauley (BSCom '50), Don Eugene Metcalf
(ABJour '49), Richard Egerton Morris ('41
Jour '43), and James (Buddy) Wagoner ('52).
Thomas Atkins Alspaugh (BSChem) is a
sanitary chemist with the stream pollution unit,
Ohio State Dept. of Health. Arnold Hug"
Altvater of Greensboro is now assistant pro-
fessor of music at the University of Georgia at
Athens. Wilma f1nde1'son is now a chemist
with the Mallinckrodt Chemical Works in St.
Louis, after several years graduate work at
Washington University (St. LouTs), and in the
School of Public Health, UNC. " Dr. John
Vincent Arey (CertMed '44) is practicing obstetrics and gynecology at the Kernodle Clinic
in Burlington. He is "pleasantly surprised to
find Burlington a hotbed of Carolina rooters."
James E. Bagwell (BSGeol), now teach-
ing at Auburn, Ala., has received a FUlbright
grant to study geography at Aukland Univer-
sity, Aukland, New Zealand for the year Febru-
ary, 1952 to February, 1954. Emily C.
Baker (ABJour) is secretary at the family
business, J. A. Baker Packing Co. in Ashe-
ville. She recently won second place in the
Asheville Toastmistress Speech Contest, and
stil! plays golf. From her we learn that Betty
Robinson (AB '48) is teaching math in
Asheville. " .• Jo"n George Bambalis (BSCom),
with the 7th Infantry Division in Korea, was
recently promoted to sergeant, first class. " " "
Capt. Irving O. Barker (BSSciTeach) is now
instructor in logistics at the Infantry School,
U. S. Army, Ft. Benning, Ga. Dr. Charles
Lawrence Berman graduated from NYU Col-
lege of Dentistry June II and is now interning
in oral surgery at King's County Hospital,
Brooklyn. Milton James Boone (AB) received the B.D. degree from Colgate-Rochester
Divinity School in May, 1952. " Richm-d
Lee Bowen (AB) began work in July with the
geophysical branch of Standard Oil in
Bakersfield, Calif. He reports that Jess Dedmond
(BSCom '50) was in San Francisco this sum-
mer on aU. S. Government accounting assignment, and that Dan Logue (BSGeol '50) began
work with an oil company in Texas in the
slimmer. ~. William Wilson Brown, Jr.
(AB) continues graduate study in political science
at Chapel Hill after study in Guatemala with
the Tulane University Summer Field School, in
which UNC participated. Julian C. (Chic)
Burrough.s (AB) left dance band work in the
summer of 1951 and is now an agent with the
Pyramid Life Insurance Co. in Charlotte.
Meek Anderson Ca·rpentet· (AB) is plant chemist
at Foote Mineral Co.'s King's Mt. plant. "
Lt. David A. Sta"ton Cecil, Jr. (BSCom) is now
at Camp Rucker, Ala. with the 47th Infantry
Division. " " Richard Thurmond Chatham, Jr.
(BSCom '49) is with the Chatham Mfg. Co. at
Elkin. Robert V. Cox (AB, MEd '51),
last year on the UNC football coaching staff,
is in the men's clothing business in Cbapel Hill
with M. H. (Monk) Jennings under the firm
name "Town and Campus." William Selden
Dodson (AB) is associate television director
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