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Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1964 volume: “ CATAWBA LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM 3 4538 00211 6290 For Reference Not to be taken from this room I w: : :-.j •■■ ' . m ■ " ■ ' WW- :.- rag i -. ' , ..- » « filnwMafer Down in the verdant Southland High on the Piedmont plains, There ' s a tower that is piercing the heavens And a campus of fond memory lanes. Higher than the ivalls of man ' s making Are the thoughts of my sojourn there; Brighter than the sun upon waking Are the friendships time cannot outwear. Fair Catawba, my Cataioba Symbol of life and right; We, thy sons and daughters, Hail thee, Queen of light! Rich and glorious be thy future, World of influence wide. And with us who bear thy culture, May thy precepts and spirit abide. m Hi T 1,. " .; 1 ■ n, -- ! 1 £ i - j in IS ' j w v 5 s it s it it ! f , -, f ft$ KATHARINE FRENCH I i ] Vedi rfk wi For thirty-six years Katharine French has freely given of herself without limit to both school and students as friend and teacher. She has inspired us by her warm personality, her dedica- tion to the highest goals of education, and her willingness to give her all for Catawba. With this nineteen hundred and sixty-four SAYAKINI we hope to repay some of the great debt which Catawba College owes Miss French. 1386 Tf!y 4 fe. fe F •UCTIC INISTRATlON : CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS .. FEATURES SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS We, your children, come to you in the coolness of September and remain under your wing until the last warm days of May. You have given us another of the most memorable years of our lives. You have been stimulating. You have been ex- hausting. Our hours have been happy with the excitement of new friends and challenging adventures; we have exper- ienced frustration and low spirits under the strain of gain- ing knowledge and attaining goals which will make our lives significant. Your light is omnipresent on a campus where every minute is a precious component of college life. m % £■ The seemingly endless pile of cards to be filled out on registration day . . . blue dinks and name cards flashing in the autumn sun . . . the last-minute rush to 10:00 chapel . . . brown and gold leaves falling beside red brick buildings ... the steps of the dining hall covered with curious males . . . one of our own Indians making a touchdown for his team and fellow-students . . . white chalk on green blackboards . . . black umbrellas sheltering London Fogs ... the click- ing of knitting needles in a room in North Hall . . . the floor of the gymnasium blanketed with couples absorbing the melodies of folk music . . . one fast cigarette before 8:00 class . . . racoon collars and Alpaca sweaters dodging white flakes drifting from gray heavens ... the peal of the victory bell after a basketball game . . . standing in line for oatmeal on a chilly December morning . . . Christmas carols resounding from the chimes . . . burning the mid- night oil with coffee and lecture notes ... the blinking of lights from the girls ' dorms, giving a five- minute warning before closing hour . . . ■ the silence of 300 students with bent heads in the library . . . the first glance at a semester final exam lying on the desk top . . . the birth of a chapel and the conven- ience of an auditorium . . . tennis balls bounding against rack- ets and fences . . . high heels and neck ties parading to Sunday din- the shimmer of newly ner washed cars parked beside the in- firmary . . . buying a coke in the college canteen . . . waiting for the 3:00 mail delivery . . . dancing to the music from the student union juke box in madras and white duck ... the dissection and study of fetal pigs in biology lab . . . the tanned skin of stu- dents basking in the solar glow of spring ... the beauty of May Day and the lovely co-eds in the court . . . final preparations for the spring term exams ... repacking belongings and saying farewell to some of the dearest friends in the world . . . These are the reasons we love you, respect you, and shall return to you every fall on foot, in vehicles, and always in our dreams. " We, thy sons and daughters, hail thee, Queen of Light! " L i t $M o- Guidon. ce jj n , .: :- : %VV¥¥¥¥ : t .i ' u Htv . ■ B " 1 if i ' ■«£ % -»• ' - 1 A g -I • % -I. s ■ C- Si f l r» r V " - ■ ■— n i ,.:-.■ 1 _ , w PRESIDENT DR. DONALD C. DEARBORN To the Members of the Class of 1964: My congratulations to each of you as you complete a significant stage of your life. With- in a few days you will participate in a ceremony of recognition for your accomplishment of the past four years. Your parents, your friends, your teachers will share your just satisfaction. Yet, if you have truly profited from your education to this point, you will recognize that you have only begun to learn. The discovery of truth proceeds at such a pace that one who ceases to study becomes very soon an unlearned man. So I challenge you that each time your mem- ories of Catawba College are recalled by thumb- ing through this book, you replenish your store of intellectual curiosity, of zeal for knowledge. Take down a book from the shelf, imagine your- self in conversation with your favorite teacher, and maintain your place in the community of scholars into which you have been initiated. Truly, then, you will remain a part of Ca- tawba. Sincerely yours, Donald C. Dearborn DANIEL E. KIRK, Ph.D. Professor of Biology Dean of the College RAYMOND JENKINS, Ph.D. Professor of English Dean of the Faculty DEANS DAVID J. SESSOMS, JR., M.S. Associate Professor of Political Science Dean of Men NAR WARREN TAYLOR, M.A. Dean of Women MILLARD F. WILSON, M.A.E. Associate Professor of Commerce BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CARL GORDON BICKERS, JR. M.B.A. Associate Professor of Commerce ROY C. DERTING, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Commerce W. GUY PROPST, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Commerce JA-CY THOMAS, M.S. Assistant Professor of Commerce E. ARNOLD RAMEY, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education (Not Pictured) J. LEON COULTER, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education LILLIAN BIRD ZACHARY, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education EDUCATION LILLIE HALL ANTONAKOS, NELL HARDEN, M.A. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Associate Professor of English LILYAN COLSON, M.A. Associate Professor of English and Speech ENGLISH PATRICK O. SPURGEON, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English ALBERT CARPENTER Business Manager FRANCIS LEE Secretary to the President (Not Pictured) ELEANOR W. RANDALL Secretary to the Dean of the College and to the Dean of Women BARBARA S. HILL Secretary to the Dean of Men BUSINESS OFFICE Seated: M. Adele Swaim, Bursar. Standing: Shirley P. Rhinehart, Telephone and Mimeograph Operator; Ruby Barringer, Ac- Budgetary Control; Telca Elium, Accountant; Eloise Peeler, countant. SECRETARIES Seated: Arlene Wyrick, Secretary to the Director of Admission. Standing: Mary Ann Cline, and Marga- ret Armstrong, Secretaries to the Directors of Pub- lic Relations and Publicity and Alumni Affairs; Margie Fesperman, Post Mistress; Wilma Singleton, Secretary to the Business Manager. LAWRENCE B. BOND, M.M. Assistant Professor of Music FINE ARTS LUCILE EPPERSON, M.M. Associate Professor of Music JOANNE NORMAN, M.M. Instructor of Music MARVIN D. WIGGINTO N, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Music HOYT McCACHREN, M.A. Assistant Professor of Drama and Mathematics RICHARD G. AYERS, M.A. Assistant Professor of Drama DONALD H. WALTERS, M.A. Assistant Professor of Drama »,-:- ' , ' ' m mmxmiSSm HOME ECONOMICS EDITH B. CORRIHER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Home Economics KATHARINE FRENCH, M.A. Associate Professor of Home Economics LANGUAGES SI NITA ANDREWS, Ph.D. Professor of Romance Languages RICHARD A. REITZ, M.A. Instructor in Spanish HANS E. ROEMER, M.A. Instructor of German JOHNNY YOUNG, Ph.D. Professor of Romance Languages NATURAL SCIENCES EDMOND BRUCE NEWELL, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology JANE P. HOLT, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology I LEOLA CROSTHWAITE, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Biology ,;t ANTONIOS ANTONAKOS, Ph.D. ' . ' « Professor of Physics n MAURICE CARY POWERS, Ph.D. Professor of Geology and Astronomy ROBERT E. HAY, M.S. Associate Professor of Geology GLENN W. DEAL, JR., M.A. Assistant Professor of Chemistry WENDELL E. DETTY, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry MATHEMATICS WILLIAM EDWARD GIBBONS, M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics RALPH B. JOHNSON, M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics PHYSICAL EDUCATION EARL B. RUTH, Ph.D. Professor of Physical Education and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics BETTY STANSBURG LOMAX, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Physical Education DON W. MAPHIS, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assistant Football Caoch SAMUEL A. MOIR, JR., M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education; Head Basketball Coach; Assistant Football Coach JOHN HARVEY STRATTON, M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Head Football Coach and Head Baseball Coach RELIGION DONALD J. SELBY, Ph.D. Professor of Religion JAMES KING WEST, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Religion PORTER W. SEIWELL, B.D. Campus Pastor and Assistant Professor of Religion DAVID EARL FAUST, Ph.D. Professor of Bible and History SOCIAL SCIENCES CHARLES GREGG SINGER, Ph.D. Professor of History ELISABETH RUSSELL SCRANTON, M.A. Professor of History JOHN C. WHITFIELD, M.A. Professor of Sociology BRUCE A. WENTZ, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Psychology PETER PENN COOPER, II, M.A. Associate Professor of Sociology and R. A. BRAGG, JR., Ph.D. Political Science Professor of Psychology DALE S. HIGBEE, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology MwtM m ■■!• REID JANN, M.A. Associate Professor of English and Registrar DAVID E. SETZER, A.B. Assistant Director of Public Relations and Publicity FRED CORRIHER, JR., A.B. Director of Alumni Affairs MARION M. RICHARDS, M.A. Director of Admissions DONALD FRANK, A.B. Admissions Counsellor LIBRARIANS FRANCES DECKER WENTZ B.S. Assistant Librarian LULU RUTH REED, Ph.D. Librarian and Professor of Library Science MARY V. FISHER, M.S.L.S. Reference Librarian MARGARET H. CRESS.B.A. Assistant Reference Librarian HEAD RESIDENTS MRS. EVELYN DEAL MISS DORIS KANEKLIDES Head Resident, Zartman Hall Head Resident, Claremont Dorm MRS. ANNIE FULMER Head Resident, North Hall DOROTHY Y. KIZZIAH Dean of Residence FORREST G. PRIDGEN Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds LAURA AND CHARLES " BILL " SMITH Managers of the Canteen, Bookstore, and Post Office MARY EMMA KNOX, B.S. Dietitian Seated: ETHEL GOODLOW, Registered Nurse; HOPE WARD, Registered Nurse YkL L. i V KnmMgt nwMifmWkmm r. I ._ HHfK Y : + : ' MfTTv 7, t ; -tv I ? V_- V - f " it ■ 1 IV|Ic( v ' ;1 i ' - C_ ' FRESHMAN OFFICERS Chet Schultz: President Craig Ingram, Treasurer; Margaret Adams, Secretary; Ron Maccaroni, Vice-President. .■:--K. ' ' . ;i. ' " ' -v ' CAROL ABENDSCHEIN Washing-ton, D. C. MARGARET ANN ADAMS Concord BECKY AGNER Salisbury ROBERT ALLEN Salisbury SANDY ANDERSON Miami, Fla. HENRY ARMSTRONG Rummemede, N. J. BRENDA BAME Carolina Beach KATHY BANGE Hanover, Pa. DENNIS BARGER Faith BONNIE BARNHARDT Salisbury MARTHA BARNHARDT Salisbury CAROL BASHORE Bethel, Pa. VIRGIL BERNHARDT Salisbury BILL BERRY Annville, Pa. ARLENE BICKEL Lexington DEENIE BLACKBURN Tobaccoville ELAINE BLACKWELL Salisbury PAUL BOGER Clover, S. C. SUSAN BOST Pottstown, Pa. REID BRADSHAW Landis BRYANT BRASWELL Lexington SHARI BRAWLEY Davidson DONNA BREITENSTEIN Boone DIANE BREMER Winston-Salem LINDA BROWN Harmony SAM BRYANT Erwin MIKE BURFIELD St. Mary ' s, Pa. ELLEN CAMPBELL Cramerton BEVERLY CARBONE Wycoff, N. J. JULIA CARPENTER Salisbury DON CARTER Murphy JANICE COCHRAN Concord ELAINE COLGAN Otis Air Force Base, Mass. ANN COLLINS Salisbury MARY MADISON COX Mount Airy PEGGI CRUNKILTON Arlington, Va. BILL CURTIS North Plainfield, N. J. SUE DE CARION Freeport, N. Y. MARY ANN DE MARCUS Kannapolis JIM DITTO Silver Spring, Md. JEAN DRENNAN Salisbury BILL DWIGGINS Mocksville BILL EASON Monroe JIM EBERSOLE Knoxville, Tenn. HELEN ERTL Harrisburg, Pa. BARBARA FEATRO Summit Hill, Pa. THOMAS FISHER Womelsdorf, Pa. REG GOBBLE Salisbury EDDIE GOODNIGHT Kannapolis LARRY GOWENS Pfafftown ANN GREEN Winston-Salem SUE GREEN Thomasville STEVE GRUBBS Newport News, Va. TOM HALPIN Westfield, N. J. LEON HAMLIN Roxboro PRISCILLA HAMMEL Manlius, N. Y. RUSSELL HAND Atco, N. J RICHARD HEIST Birdsboro, Pa. HI z . FRED HESSE Telford, Pa. ' ■ - — m SANDRA HILL Terrell ROBERTA HINKLE Thomasville ANNE HOFFNER Salisbury PETE HOLBROOK Hampden-Sydney, Va. LINDA HORNER Salisbury CATHERN HOWELL Albemarle y, WILLIAM HUMPHREY Long Island, N. Y. CRAIG INGRAM Hagerstown, Md. OLIVIA JESSUP Liberty FRED JORDAN Salisbury BOBBY KERR Salisbury H FRED KISTLER Lincolnton „ -- ' Cr SYLVIA KOBULNICKY Kannapolis tY J SANDRA KOEHLER Rohrestown, Pa. i T " ' W ASHLEY KOHLER York, Pa. A J| At J DAWN KOONTS Lexington JANET KREISCHER Elysburg, Pa. „JMl LOKIE LACKEY Murfreesboro JEFF LANDRETH Winston-Salem PAT LANE Rocky Mount JUDIE LAUCKS Reading, Pa. SUE LEAZER Collingswood, N. J. BILL LEE West Hartford, Conn. WES LEE West Hartford, Conn. JOHNNIE LENGEL Yukon, Pa. SAM LIBERATORE McKeesport, Pa. KAREN LIPPOLT Arlington, Va. FRANCES LITAKER Kannapolis J. CRAIG LONG Richlandtown, Pa. RON MACCARONI Waterford, N. J. JANICE MATKINS Burlington REX MATTHEWS Angier KATHY MAURER Somerset, Pa. LOIS MAXWELL Haddon Heights, N. J LE DON MAY Summit Hill, Pa. MOLLY MAYNARD Guilford College SUSANNE McCARN Mt. Pleasant DIANNE McKINNEY Mt. Airy BOB McLEOD Burlington TIM McMANUS Stanford, Conn. BILL MILLER Conover MARY FRANCES MITCHELL Salisbury CLIFF MIZE Salisbury MELODY MOIR Sudbury, Mass. JAMES MOOSE Taylorsville JERRY MOORE Statesville BARBARA MULL Lexington SYLVIA MURPHY Summerf ield ANN NELMS Kannapolis MARJORIE NYE Bethlehem, Pa. FOSTER OWEN Lexington DIANE PALMER Chesapeake, Va. CHARLES PARKS Thomasville GLORIA PARRISH New Freedom, Pa. LYNN PAUL Wilmington MARIANNE PEARSON Hagerstown, Md. NORMA PETREA Salisbury BOB PETTERS Hammonton, N. J. GERALD PHELPS Spartanburg, S. C. RICHARD PINNAVIA Greenlong, N. Y. JANE POLIOTTI Ridgewood, N. J. KAY POWELL Laurel, Del. KITTY PRICE Salisbury DORIS PYRTLE Rural Hall MARGRIT REBER Basil, Switzerland MARY IVA REINHARDT Woodland BENNY ROBBINS Salisbury BOB ROBERTSON Meyersdale, Pa. JANICE ROCK Lexington MARTHA ROHRBAUGH Glen Rock, Pa. RONALD ROOF Mercersburg, Pa. RONNIE ROSEN New York, N. Y. PAUL ROWAND West Berlin, N. J. MATT RUCH Hellertown, Pa. CHET SCHULTZ Gettysburg, Pa. JOHN SECKEL Silver Spring, Md. DICK SEIWELL Salisbury RONDAL SHARPE Las Vegas, Nev. LYNNE SLINEY Bethany, Conn. BRENDA SMITH China Grove LINDA SMITH Thomasville MELODY SMITH Hereford, Pa. WENDY SMITH Altoona, Pa. JOHN SODERGREN Bellefonte, Pa. CAROL SPEAKER Milltown, N. J. BILL SPENCER Vienna, Va. DEITRA STEVENS Winston-Salem AL STRINGER Wilmington, Del. BRUCE STUCK Berlin, Pa. DONNA SUMMERS Morganton JEAN SWAIM Williamston STEVE TALBERT China Grove FRANK TAYLOR Lexington KENNETH TEUNON Chateauroux, France ANN THOMASON Salisbury PHYLLIS TOMALINO Woodbury, N. J. KAREN TOMLIN Arlington, Va. RICHARD TRIPLETT Lenoir LARRY TUCKER Salisbury MARTHA VAN GOOR Toms River, N. Y. DINNY VAUGHAN Selma, Ala. SUSAN VICK Statesville CHARLOTTE WARFIELD North Brunswick, N. J. MARY HELEN WEAVER ....Washington, D. C. BARRY WHITE Reading, Pa. SIGMON WHITENER Lenoir BARBARA WHITFIELD Attleboro, Mass. ROBIN WHITLEY Rocky Mount MAXINE WIEAND Palm, Pa. JUDY WIGGINTON Salisbury DON WILKINSON Newton JUDY WILLIAMS . .Granite Quarry MARILYN WILSON Levittown, Pa. BETH WINTERS Statesville MARIANNA WISE Lancaster, Pa. H. JAMES WOLF Wallingford, Pa. BOB YOUNG Salisbury ED YOUNGKIN Easton, Pa. tiMk SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Bud Long: President Jim Moyer, Vice-President; Sue Crouse, Secretary; Bruce Frace, Treasurer. .J DENNY ALBERTSON Riverton, N. J. MARY ALLEN Burlington WANDA ALPHIN Kinston DONNA ANDERSON Elon College JANE ARROWSMITH Lancaster, Pa. CAROLYN ASHE Salisbury CAROLANN AUSTIN Worcester, Mass. TOM BAILEY Winder, Ga. WILLIAM BAIR Reading, Pa. BECKY BEACHAM Marston ROGER BEAVER China Grove WILLIE MAE BECK Lexington WILFRED BERLIN Plainfield, N. J. SAM BOYD Danville, Va. HELEN BRICKER Lancaster, Pa. FA YE BRINKLEY Cana, Va. BETSY BROCKMAN Silver Spring, Md. EDWARD BROOKS Hillside, N. J. CAROLYN BROWN Lexington LARRY BROWN Salisbury JUDY CAMERON Salisbury DAVE CAMPBELL Bethel Park, Pa. KATIE CAMPBELL Concord ANN CARLETON Anderson, S. C. PAMELA CARNES Madison ALBERT CARPENTER Salisbury CAROL CARTER Hoffman WILLIAM W. CASHION Mooresville i MARY JANE CHIDESTER St. Louis, Mo. tJL BOB CHILDRESS ALICIA CIVITELLO M if A STU CLAASSEN i P™ KATHY CORRIHER China Grove LYNDA CRAVEN SUE CROUSE Dry Run, Pa. SHARON DEAL jp MB£. n pr ; GARY DIEHL ! k LARY DIEHL DORATHEA DILLON . . Martinsburg, W. Va. JOHN DOMYAN Bethlehem, Pa. AUDY DOVER 1 BILL EUBANKS SUELLEN EVANS DAVE EYSTER A K k MARCEL FABER Phoenix, Ariz. |L 4»» ELLEN FAIRCHILD K " Z DANNY FESPERMAN i 1 LINDA FESPERMAN JOHN FOARD K L HORACE FOIL BRUCE FRACE JERE FURLOW SUSAN FURR RICHARD GARRETT Lancaster, Pa. ROBERT GARRETT GEORGE GLUCK JOHN GOLLADAY Woodstock, Va. LYNDA GOODWYN Hamlet JOHN GRAY Durham JERRY GULDEN Quakertown, Pa. ANNE HALL Cleveland BILL HALL Cleveland MARION HAMILTON Salisbury LEO HAMMER Asheboro PAT HARRISON Salisbury ARNOLD HARTLEY Salisbury RAINEY HARTMAN Wyomissing, Pa. NINA HARTSELL China Grove RUSSELL HATFIELD North Tazewell, Va. PHYLLIS HEFNER Conover KEN HEIDLER Newport News, Va. WILLIAM HEIM Mitchellville, Md. JIM HELM Lancaster, Pa. DENNIS HERMAN Hanover, Pa. EMMETT HERMAN Newton JOHN HEYL Allentown, Pa. NANCY JO HIGGINS Burlington MIKE HINSON Kannapolis MARGARET HOKE Walkersville, Md. LIBBY HOLSHOUSER Cramerton NORWOOD HOWARD Thomasville ARNOLD HUSSER Advance JOHN ISENBERG Salisbury CAROL JEBENS Bethesda, Md. BEVERLY JOHNSON . . .Lockbourne A.F.B., Ohio JUDI JONES New Kant, Va. FRANK KELLER Stratford, N. J. INEZ KENNEDY Asheboro JO ANN KIRSCH Durham ANN KLUTTZ Concord LAWRENCE KRIEBEL Dublin, Pa. SHERRI LACKEY Kannapolis JEANETTE LAMBETH Thomasville JANNA LANDIS Chesapeake, Va. LINDA LEINBACH Newton DONNY LEMMOND Charlotte MARGARET LENTZ Greensburg, Pa. FRANK LEWIS Concord JEAN LITTLE Cleveland JERRY LITTLE Kannapolis CAROL LODGE Wilmington, Del. BUD LONG Falls Church, Va. ANN MARTIN Lancaster, Pa. SHARON MARTIN Arlington, Va. TIFFANY MAUK Roaring Spring, Pa. BILL MAYES Lamar, Pa. LORRAINE McELHONE Marlton, N. J. MYRA MEADOWS Oak Ridge MARY JO MELVIN Colonial Heights, Va. JUDITH E. MILLER Claremont JOYE MILLS Mooresville MAX MILLS Salisbury EDWARD MISENHEIMER Salisbury JAMES R. MOYER Perkasie, Pa. KAREN MOYER Souderton, Pa. SHIRLEY MYERS Clemmons JIM OLMSTED Spencer, Mass. JANE OSGOOD Springfield, Va. MARY OVERCASH China Grove ROY PATTERSON China Grove DAVID GENE PEELER Salisbury DIANA PETHEL Concord CONNIE PITTMAN Burlington JANET POWELL Salisbury LARRY PRAETORIUS Orefield, Pa. SALLY PROSSER Lancaster, Pa. BILL PRUITT Rockingham HARRIET PUTNAM Chapel Hill MARY ANNE REEDY Reading Pa. CALVIN RICE Worchester Mass. LYN RINEHART Norristown Pa. TIM ROJAHN Dallastown Pa. JAN ROSS Burlington CAROLE RUNNION Prospect Park, Pa. JAN RYERSON Litchfield, Conn. JOHN SCOTT Blackwood, N. J. GARY SECHLER China Grove STEVE SETTLEMYER Mooresville ANNE SHADE McLean, Va. BARBARA SHADE Gilbertsville, Pa. SHARRELL SHIMP Millersville, Pa. DIANE SHUGARS Baltimore, Md. JUDY SIEGEL Millersburg, Pa. LINDA SIELSKI Bethlehem, Pa. STEVE SILLS Lancaster, Pa. MARIAN SIMONS Alexandria, Va. STEVE SINK Linwood ANNE SKILES Arlington, Va. KATHY SLABACH Brownstown, Pa. JIM SMITH Berlin, Pa. CHARLES STAFFORD China Grove JEAN STALEY Mount Joy, Pa. JOAN STALEY Mount Joy, Pa. SHARON STARK Summerville, N. J. MINA STEFANIDOU Salonica, Greece SIDNEY STELPSTRA Midland Park, N. J. CAROLE STOKES Lancaster, Pa. KENNY TEMPLETON Statesville PEG THOMAS Fort Knox, Ky. KATHY THORNETT McLean, Va. ELTON TREXLER Salisbury MOLLY TUTTEROW Mocksville JANE VIRTS Hamilton, Va. PETER WAGNER Anancock, Va. LAWRENCE WALSER Lincroft, N. J. JEAN WATSON Hoffman JANE WEBBER Hickory DAVE WENTLING Lansdale, Pa. LINDA WHITNER Hickory DIANA WHITTINGTON Lexington JAMES WILEY Newbern JOYCE WILKINSON Meehanicsville, Va. BYRAN WILLARD Mt. Airy TREVA ANN WINGO Silver Spring, Md. BILL WINTERS Rochester, N. Y. MARTIE WINTERS Lancaster, Pa. DAWN WITHERS Bethesda, Md. JANE WOOD Salisbury SILVIA WOOLLEN Reidsville H. GIBBONS YOUNG Newark, Del. I JUNIOR OFFICERS Brooks Doyle: President Dick Minnich, Vice-President; Jane Spatz, Secretary; Jim Patterson, Treasurer. CHARLES ABERNETHY Salisbury MARY FRANCES AMENDOLA Salisbury DIXIE ANDREW Greensboro BRYAN APPLEFIELD Statesville GENE APPLER Littletown, Pa. IDA LEE AREY Salisbury GEORGE AULT Hollsopple, Pa. WILLIAM BARRIER Mooresville ANN BARRINGER Robbins JAMES BEAVER Rockwell CARLTON BELAND Wilson PHILLIP BERRIER Mt. Airy JOE E. BIESECKER Lexington MARTHA BOGER Clover, S. C. JOHN BOYD, JR Statesville BEVERLY BOYER Boalsburg, Pa. PAT BREITENSTEIN Boone ANN BROWN Salisbury SALLYANN BROWN Denver, Pa. TONY BROWN Faith ADAM BRUNNEMER Gastonia BETTY BURNER Elkton, Va. JAMES CAMPBELL Purlear JOHN R. CARSON Greenville, S. C. BRENDA CARTER Charlotte PAUL CARTER Salisbury WANDA CHILDERS Kannapolis TOM CLARK Mifflinburg, Pa. 1.386 tfl PHILLIP CLEAVER Stroudsburg, Pa. RAYMOND CLINE Newton MIKE COOKE Mooresville GENE CORRIHER Landis JANE CRUNKLETON Arlington, Va. BOB DAVIS Martinsburg, Pa. JOHN L. DAVIS Philadelphia, Pa. BRYAN DAWSON Wilmington EDMOND DEAL Mooresville GEORGE DEARDOFF Salisbury JOHN A. DENLINGER Mountville, Pa. SAM DOBBINS Elkin TOM DOUB Ellicott City, Md. BROOKS DOYLE Nazareth, Pa. CURTIS EASTER Cana, Va. CLAUDIA ELGIN Lutherville, Md. RICHARD EVANS Ridgewood, N. J. NORMA FAGGART Salisbury SUE FINK Faith WAYNE FINNEY Kannapolis JERRY FOLTZ Hagerstown, Md. JERRY FREEMAN Charlotte ORBE GARCIA Honduras CAROLYN GARMAN Woodstock, Va. PRESTON GARRISON Morganton ELAINE GENTRY Maxton JOSEPH GEORGIANA Lakemont, Pa. LARRY GIONET Jacksonville Beach, Fla. SAUNDRA GOETZ Greencastle, Pa. CHARLES GOLDMAN Salisbury JULIA GOODNIGHT Salisbury TOMMY GOODRUM Mooresville JANE GRAHAM Winston-Salem RICK GRAVES Southmont BOB GRIFFITH West Haven, Conn. CAROL GROGAN State Line, Pa. THOMAS GROTE Latrobe, Pa. ANNA HARRELSON Salisbury FRED HARTZEL Biglerville, Pa. MARY ALICE HASTY Colleemee STEVE HAVNER Conover DON HENDERSON Pittsburgh, Pa. PAUL HARING Hightstown, N. J. DIANE HILL Long Island, N. Y. JOANN HILL Manchester Depot, Vt. BILL HINCKLEY Hellertown, Pa. MONICA HOLCOMB Hardwick, Vt. JUDY HOLLAR Claremont EDITH HOLSHOUSER Salisbury RON HORTON Rockwell PENNY HOTTENSTEIN Millersburg, Pa. JEANNE HOWARTH Taneytown, Md. DAVE HUMPHRIES Waynesboro, Va. G. K. HUSSER Advance SONDRA LEE ICKES New Cumberland, Pa. RICHARD JONES Salisbury TOM JOYNER Statesville DALE KEENER Maiden SALLY KENNEDY Thomasville CARL KINCAID Spencer ALICE KLUTTZ Salisbury KENNETH KLUTTZ Cleveland GRANT KNOWLTON Salisbury GAIL KOONTZ Mocksville GEORGE KUPER Easton, Pa. GARY LACKEY Wilkesboro CYNTHIA LAKE Hellertown, Pa. GUY LANNING Salisbury DAN LEONARD Burlington JOHN LITTLE Conover BETH LUCAS Sanford BARRETT LUTZ Winburne, Pa. NAT MARTIN Chambersburg, Pa. JERRY MAYE Charlotte CAROLYN McCARN Badin DAVE McCOY Jenkintown, Pa. JIM McDOWELL Dallastown, Pa. JOHN McLAUGHLIN Mooresville ELLEN MIDKIFF Concord JUDI MILLER Scotch Plains, N. J. DICK MINNICH Lititz, Pa. VINCE MIZERAS Fair Lawn, N. J. JUDY MUHLHEIZLER Richfield MARSHAL MURPHY Salisbury JOHN NANTZ Mocksville MARY NANTZ Mocksville RONALD NANTZ Mooresville JOHN NEWELL Salisbury SALLY NEWPHER Fairfax, Va. CAROL NICHOLES Princeton, N. J, JOANNE NICODEMTJS Martinsburg, Pa. ERIC OLANDT Pitman, N. J. DAVE OYER Lemoyne, Pa. CHARLES ANNA PARRISH Thomasville G. B. PATTERSON Wilmington, Del. JIM PATTERSON Monroeville, Pa. PATRICIA PEELER Kannapolis JERRY POOLE China Grove DIANE POWL Lancaster, Pa. ANN RAUP Catawissa, Pa. KATHY REINBOLD Allentown, Pa. ROY REYNOLDS Sparta, N. J. ED RHODES Lexington MIKE RICHARDS Woodside, Del. PAM RITCHIE Statesville DAVE ROBBINS Gastonia PHYLLIS ROBINSON Pennsville, N. J. BOB ROSENBLOOM Shamokin, Pa. 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B Bl GLYNN WEATHERBY Kannapolis JbYFIbIbMiI ■F P ■■ . GUY WENCK Baltimore, Md. fi C W W ' f " ' • ,. ' ■ i l GLADA ANN WHITE Salisbury 5 - .J) £► -2 V s . :■ ' PAMELA WHITLEY Spencer PP B Jk A. - ' i A BILL WOODRING ! ' ■ ' ' ■ Bra PATTI YARBROUGH Lexington BARRY ZELESNICK Hanover, Pa. SENIOR OFFICERS Marvin Teer: President m 1 Mac Washam, Vice-President; Faye Kerr, Secretary. _ ' wmmmmffli " ■: ' Kx ' ;. ' . t MICHAEL M. AMICK Burlington A.B. Business Administration WILLIAM ANTHONY BARKLEY Winston-Salem A.B. Geology Seymour Scientific Club 3; Fine Films Club 2; S.C.A. 1; Archery Club 2; Advertising Club 1; Intramurals 4. JOHN THOMAS BASHORE Tom Lebanon, Pennsylv ania A.B. History, Political Science S.C.A. 1; International Relations Club 2; Student Union Committee 2; Track 1,2. LARRY MARSHALL BEIGHTOL Winburne, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education, Biology Fine Films Club 1,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. CHARLES EDWIN BELCHER Oxford A.B. Physical Education, Business Administration Football 1,2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Accounting Club 2; Intramurals Section Leader 4. RONALD EDWARD BLACK Ron Morganton A.B. Physical Education Chowan Jr. College 1; Majors Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Band 4; S.C.A. 2; Indian Archers President 4; Majors Club Award 4. §1 RONALD HAMILTON BLACKBURN Kannapolis A.B. Physical Education Blue Masque 2,4; Majors Club 1,2,3,4; Assistant Base- ball Coach 1,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. U ; Z£ SUE VERNINA BOGER Rockwell A.B. Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 3, Advisory President 4; S.C.A. 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Zartman Hall Dorm Vice-President 3; International Relations Club 4. ANNE WALKER BORTNER Asheboro A.B. Drama, History Blue Masque 1,2,3,4, Class Representative 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3,4; Canterbury Club 1,2,3, Program Chairman 1, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3. DANNY HART BOST Kannapolis A.B. English Brevard Jr. College 1,2; Baseball 3,4. JOHN FRANKLIN BOST III Lenoir A.B. Political Science University of North Carolina 1,2; State Student Leg- islative Delegate 3,4; Catawba Delegation Chairman 3; Interim Council Representative 4; Middle South Model United Nations General Assembly Delegate 3,4; PIONEER Cartoonist 3,4. LARRY WAYNE BOST Mooresville A.B. History RACHEL LEE BOSTIAN Salisbury A.B. Home Economics Woman ' s College of University of North Carolina 1; Home Economics Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Dean ' s List 2,3. RICHARD WAYNE BOWERS Lexington A.B. Mathematics, Physics Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; USF 12,3,4; North Carolina Collegiate Academy of Science 3,4; Women ' s Guild of the Southern Synod Scholarship 2,4; Deans ' s List 3. JOHN RAMSEY BROWNELL Westfield, New Jersey A.B. Political Science S.C.A. 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1; Varsity Track 1; Fine Films Club 1,2; State Student Legislature Delegate 3,4; Model General Assembly United Nations for the Middle South Delegate 3, Chief Delegate 4; Junior Marshal; S.G.A. Senator 4; German Chorus-Historical Drama 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. SUE ELLEN CAMPBELL Raleigh A.B. Home Economics S.C.A. 1,2,3; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; North Hall Dorm Co-Social Chairman 3; Baptist Student Union 1,2. JANE ELLEN CARLISLE Long Branch, New Jersey A.B. Physical Education, English W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, May Day Co-Chairman 3,4; Blue Masque 2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2,3. MARTHA LOVE CARTER Marty Mocksville A.B. English Wingate Jr. College 1,2; East Carolina College. PETER JAMES CHAGARIS Jim New Bern A.B. Business Asministration Advertising Club 1; Accounting Club 2,3,4, Sales Man- ager 3,4; Freshman Orientation Instructor 4; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; S.G.A. Book Ex- change Chairman 4. JIMMY A. CHAMBERS Kannapolis A.B. Accounting TERRY GORDON CHANDLER Slatington, Pennsylvania A.B. English Kappa Tau Kappa 2,3,4, President 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Advisory Committee 4. MITCHELL LEE CHAPMAN Mitch Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4. Advertising Club 1,2,3,4; THOMAS CLINTON CHILDRESS Tommy Mount Airy A.B. Physical Education Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Alternate Captain 3; Varsity Track 3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Fine Films Club 2; S.G.A. Men ' s Athletic Representa- tive 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 4. BARRY NELSON CLAYWELL Statesville A.B. Business Administration Appalachian State Teachers College 1,2; Accounting Club 3; Advertising Club 4. NED AUBREY CLINE Concord A.B. Political Science PIONEER News Editor, Photographer, Student News Writer 1,2; SAYAKINI staff photographer 2; State Student Legislative Delegate 3,4; Model United Nations Assembly Delegate 3; S.G.A. Vice-President 4; College Rotarian 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. REECE EDWARD COOK, Sonny Concord JR. A.B. Religion — Philosophy S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, President 3; Hedrick Hall Dorm Coun- selor 3,4; Freshman Class Favorite; Adelphians 1,2, 3,4; Seymour Scientific Club 1; Methodist Student Movement President 3; Band 1. ROBERT MEARL COOK Robin Greensboro A.B. Business Administration Fine Films Club 1,2; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Adver- tising Club 3,4; S.C.A. 1,2. HARRY CORRIHER China Grove A.B. Biology JAMES CASTEVENS DAYVAULT Jim Kannapolis A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Accounting Club 2,3,4, First Vice-President 3; S.G.A. President 4; Judicial Board Chairman 4; Advisory Committee Chairman 4; W. F. Fancourt Memorial Seminar Delegate 4; College Rotarian 4; N.S. S.G.A. Delegate 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. REBEKAH LOU DAYVAULT Becky Kannapolis A.B. Christian Education Adelphians 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. CHARLES WILLIAM DEDMON, JR. Bill Salisbury A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; Dean ' s List 2,3; Academic Honors Scholarship 2,3,4; Jack Kelly Memorial Scholarship; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. RALPH EDWARD DERMOTA York, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion — Philosophy Choir 1,2,3,4; Modern Ensemble 2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2, 3,4, Vice-President 3; S.C.A. Religious Life Committee Co-chairman 3; Ars de Musica 2,3, Treasurer 3. LEMUEL HAROLD DeVOE Rutherford, New Jersey A.B. History Adelphians 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1. ROY JAMES DIVINEY Altoona, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Fine Films Club 1; Majors Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4. CAROL DIXON Sea Cliff, New York A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; North Hall Dorm Co-Re- ceptionist 2, Fire-Chief 3; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; Baptist Student Union 1,2; Kappa Delta Pi 4. DUDLEY HALL DOMMERICH, JR. Old Greenwich, Connecticut A.B. Accounting Middlebury College 1; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Adver- tising Club 2,3,4. DOROTHY ANN DONALDSON Dotti Glenside, Pennsylvania A.B. Sociology Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Commun- ity Service Committee Co-Chairman 3, Campus Life Committee Co-Chairman 4; North Hall Dorm Secre- tary 2, Second Vice-President 3, Fire Chief 4; Phi Ensilon Project Chairman 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, May Day Co-Chairman 3,4; PIONEER Circulation Manager 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 1,2,3. ELEANOR CODER DONALDSON Glenside, Pennsylvania A.B. English Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, May Day Co- Chairman 4; Student Union Committee 2,4; Fine Films Club 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; S.G.A. Freshman Representative; SAYAKINI staff 3; Zartman Hall Dorm Social Chair- man 2,3, Treasurer 4; Freshman-Junior Dance Com- mittee Chairman 1; Dean ' s List 1. TERRIS L. ELLER Kannapolis A.B. Business Administration East Carolina College 1,2. JAMES H. ERWIN, JR. Jim Charlotte A.B. Psychology Wingate Jr. College 1,2; Advertising Club 3,4; Intra- murals 3,4; S.C.A. 4. JOHN W. EYSTER II York-New Salem, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 4; Advertising Club 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LINDA MARIE KENSTERM ACHER Silver Spring, Maryland A.B. Mathematics Freshman Class Treasurer; Band 1,2,4, Vice-President 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Campus Life Committee Co- Chairman 2; Advisory Committee 3; Junior-Senior Dance Pro- gram Committee Chairman 3; Dean ' s List 2. SUSAN M. FOULK Susie Dallastown, Pennsylvania A.B. English May Court 1,3; Homecoming Queen 3; Miss Spring Sports 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Claremont Hall Dorm Council 2, Vice-President 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Class Favorite 4. MARY JANE FOWLER Salisbury A.B. French Blue Masque 1,2,3,4, Class Representative 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,4; Dean ' s List 3. JOHN ALEXANDER FRANTZ Jack Newton A.B. Physics, Mathematics Freshman Class President; Sophomore Class Presi- dent; Sophomore Class Favorite; Senior Class Fav- orite; Hedrick Hall Dorm Vice-President 1; College Rotarian 4; North Carolina Collegiate Academy of Science 3,4; Seymour Scientific Club 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; S.G.A. President 3, Vice-President 3, Judicial Board 3,4, Chairman 3, Board of Review 3; N.S. S.G.A. Delegate 3, Executive Board 3. SARAH LOUISE FRITZ Sally Lancaster, Pennsylvania A.B. English Zartman Hall Dorm Treasurer 2; President 4; Wo- men ' s Residence Council 4; Advisory Committee 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Fine Films Club 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; SAYAKINI Staff 2,3, Editor 3; May Day Court 2,3,4; Miss Catawba 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; N.S. S.G.A. Delegate 3; Freshman Orientation Teacher 3. WILLIAM EARL FUOSS Bill Swarthmore, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration Hedrick Hall Dorm Council 1; Student Union Com- mittee 2; S.C.A. 1; Accounting Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4, Representative 4. DAVID RALPH GARNER Dave Lexington A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LINDA JOAN GAVRON Salisbury A.B. English PIONEER 2,3; S.C.A. 4, Baptist Student Union Sec- retary 4. jfsggj „SswS LANETTA LEE GILLENWATER Lee Baltimore, Maryland A.B. Physics, Mathematics Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Blue Masque 1.2,3,4, Class Representative 3,4; Choir 2; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3,4; Baptist Student Union 1,2,3,4. GEORGE ANNA GLENN Salisbury A.B. Home Economics Home Economics Club 2,3,4; Dean ' s List 3. NORMA S. GOLDMAN Salisbury A.B. Psychology H. Sophie Newcomb College 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4. THOMAS LEW GOLLADAY Tom Woodstock, Virginia A.B. Psychology Adelphians 1,2,3; Choir 3,4, Publicity Manager 3, Vice- President 4; Hedrick Hall Dorm Council 1; Junior Class President; Sophomore-Senior Dance Chairman 2; Fine Films Club 2; Activities Board 4; College Rotarian 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Freshman Orientation Instructor 2. RHONDA JOYCE GREENE Salisbury A.B. English Baptist Student Union 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3; S.C.A. 1,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; International Relations Club 4. EUGENIA HICKS GRIGGS Genie Salisbury A.B. English Ars de Musica 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, State Music Club Historian 3; Modern Ensemble 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Adelphians 2,3; Phi Epsilon 4; Dean ' s List 3; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Univer- sities 4. JUDITH ANN GROFT Judy Westminster, Maryland A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; College-Community Relations Committee 2,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Representative to Class Council 2,3; SAYAKINI staff 2,3; S.G.A. Judicial Board 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 3. GERALD CARL HAIN Reading, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration S.C.A. 1,2; Advertising Club 3,4; Accounting Club 2, 3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3. WALTER LEE HAMEL China Grove A.B. Accounting CYNTHIA KAY HAMMETT Concord A.B. Psychology S.C.A. 1; Blue Masque 1; Majorette 2,3,4, Co-Chief 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; SAYAKINI Staff 1,2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2. ROB HARE Lansdale, Pennsylvania A.B. English Blue Masque 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Student Union Com- mittee Co-Chairman 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Fine Films Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3. WILLIAM MICHAEL HARRIS Mike Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 2,3,4; Accounting Club 4; Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4. JOHN HOAGLAND HARTPENCE, JR. Easton, Pennsylvania A.B. English We st Chester State College 1; Adelphians 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 1,2,3,4; Track 2; U.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universi- ties 4. ALICE ELIZABETH HEDRICK Winston-Salem A.B. History, English Band 1; Ars de Musica 1; S.C.A. 1,4; S.G.A. Judicial Board 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; PIONEER 2,3,4, Ed- itor 3,4; Phi Epsilon 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Choir Accompanist 2,3,4; Ingle Music Medal 3; Junior Mar- shal 3; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 3; Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4. DWIGHT LEE HEDRICK, JR. Lexington A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Fine Films Club 2; Accounting Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Advertising Club 3,4; Dean ' s List 3. ELIZABETH ANN HEDRICK Libby Lexington A.B. English S.G.A. 1,2, Freshman Representative, Treasurer 2; North State Student Government Alternate Delegate- Fall Conference 1, Spring Conference Delegate 1; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; North Hall Dorm Representative 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Member of Legislative Board of S.G.A. 4; May Queen 4. PATRICIA ANN HESSON Pat Hanover, Pennsylvania A.B. English W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 3,4. ANGINETTE HOBBS Angie Statesville A.B. Commercial Education Mitchell Jr. College 1,2; W.A.A. 3,4; Accounting Club 3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa; Dean ' s List 3. ELEANOR GAYE HOLSHOUSER Concord A.B. History, English S.G.A. Board of Review Secretary 3, Chairman 4; International Relations Club 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Blue Masque 1,2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3. HAROLD W. HOLSTE Rock City, Illinois A.B. History S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Community Service Committee Co- Chairman 2,3, Co-President 4; U.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Adel- phians 1,2,3,4; Assistant Freshman Dorm Advisor 1; Freshman Dorm Advisor 2,3. MARY VIRGINIA HUNSUCKER Conover A.B. History Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; S.C.A. 1,4; International Re- lations Club 4; Fine Films Club 2,3; W.A.A. 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4; May Day Court 1; North Hall Dorm Co-Receptionist 4. CHARLES McFARLAND HUNTER Mac Salisbury A.B. Political Science Day Student Council 4; Student Union Committee 4; TOTEM staff 4; Orientation Instructor 4. SUSAN CHRISTINE HUNTER Suzie China Grove A.B. Mathematics S.C.A. 1; Blue Masque 2; Fine Films Club 2,3; Choir 4; Ars de Musica 4; SAYAKINI Staff Business Man- ager 3; May Day Court 4. ROBERT REID JANN Bob Salisbury A.B. English Choir 1,2,3, Business Manager 3; Band 1,2; Sports Statistician 3,4; PIONEER 1,2,3, Business Manager 2, 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2. ALFRED LEE JOHNSON Al Roanoke, Virginia A.B. Physical Education Fine Films Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; tion All-Conference, Captain 3,4. Majors Club 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Honorable Men- All-Conference 2, All-District 26, JULIA ANN JONES Julie York, Pennsylvania A.B. English S.C.A. S.G.A. 1,2,3,4; man 3; 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Women ' s Representative 4; Sigma Pi Alpha Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Legislative Board Chair- Senate 4; Dorm Counselor in Summer School 3; North Hall Dorm Council 4; Blue Masque 3; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. KENNETH KALLAM Mount Airy A.B. History CHARLES KENNETH KARRIKER Mooresville A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 3,4, President 4; Accounting Club 2,3; Advisory Council 4; S.C.A. 1,2. ■ -V:- JOHNNY MACK KARRIKER Mooresville A.B. Chemistry Seymour Scientific Club 4. LINDA FAYE KELLY Salisbury A.B. Secretarial Science Flora Macdonald College 1; St. Andrews Presbyterian College 2; Fine Films Club 3; College-Community Committee 3; Accounting Club 3,4, Secretary 4; PIONEER 3. JULIA FAYE KERR Faye Mooresville A.B. Mathematics S.C.A. 1,2; Adelphians 2; SAYAKINI Staff 2,3; Phi Epsilon 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Westminster Fellowship 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Zartman Hall Dorm Secretary 2; Junior Class Secre- tary; Senior Class Secretary; May Day Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Dean ' s List 1; May Day Maid of Honor 4. STEVEN EDGAR KIGER Rural Hall A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 2,3,4; Accounting Club 2,3,4, Vice- President 4. JONES RICHARD KIRK, JR. Rick China Grove A.B. English Baseball 1,2. FREDERICK MULLER KNETSCHE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A.B. Geology University of Pittsburgh 1,2. EDWARD R. KNIPPLE Littlestown, Pennsylvania A.B. Chemistry Hedrick Hall Dorm President 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; S.G.A. Athletic Representative 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; Seymour Scientific Club 4; Fine Films Club 1; Intra - murals 1,2,3,4. SARAH ANN LANIER Welcome A.B. Biology Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Ars de Musica 1,2, Treasurer 1; Junior Marshal; Sey- mour Scientific Club 2,3,4; Phi Epsilon 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Huck Finn Musical Award 3; Band 1; Majorette 1; S.C.A. 1; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 1,2,3. LARRY PHILIP LEONARD Phil Vale A.B. History International Relations Club 2,3,4, President 4; S.C.A. 4; Thomas W. Warlick Scholarship Prize 2,3; Junior Marshal; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. GWENDOLYN ANNE LESSER Gwen Bradenton, Florida A.B. Home Economics Florida Southern College 1,2,3; Home Economics Club 3,4, Recorder 4. LINDA SUE LITAKER Concord A.B. English Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Canterbury Club 1; S.C.A. 2,3; W.A.A. 2,3,4; Advisory Council 3; International Re- lations Club 3,4, Secretary 4; PIONEER 3,4. CHARLES EUGENE LITTLE Altoona, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Football 1,2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 12 3,4; Fine Films Club 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. NORMA JANE LONDON Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania A.B. Music Ars de Musica 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 2; Phi Epsilon 3,4; S.G.A. Advisory Committee 4- Claremont Hall Dorm Council 2; Dean ' s List 1,3. PHILIP EUGENE LONG Kannapolis A.B. Business Administration Wingate Jr. College 1,2; Accounting Club 3,4. 4SJ MARTHA FREY LONG Marty Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania A.B. Christian Education S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 2, Co-Viee- President 3, Co-Business Manager 4, Cabinet 2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3,4; Ars de Musica 2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; U.S.F. 1,2,3,4. PENNY NOLAINE LOVE Monroe A.B. Commercial Education W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Fall Manager 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2, 3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Accounting Club 3,4; Methodist Student Movement 2. STEPHEN L. LOVEKIN Churchville, Pennsylvania A.B. English, Political Science State Student Legislature 2,4; Model United Nations Assembly 3,4; International Relations Club 1,2,3. MARLENE ANNE MACK Mack New Haven, Connecticut A.B. Psychology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,4; Blue Masque 3,4; Fine Films Club 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Canterbury Club 2,3,4, Treas- urer 3, Vice-President 4; Archery Club 3,4. LARRY WINSTON MAYHEW Magpie Mooresville A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 3; Golf Team 3,4; Fine Films Club 3; Student Who ' s Who Committee 4. ELIZABETH EUGENIA McCACHREN Harrisburg A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Westminster Fel- lowship 1,2,3,4. ROBERT LEE McCANLESS II Bob Salisbury A.B. Accounting University of Baltimore 1; East Carolina College 3; Accounting Club 2,4; Fine Films Club 4; Advertising Club 2; Dean ' s List 2. WILLIAM J. McDEVITT Mac Williamstown, New Jersey A.B. Physical Education Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. LEE THOMAS McINTOSH Mac Salisbury A.B. Physics, Mathematics ANITA LOUISE McNEILL Nita Lincolnton A.B. Sociology Flora Macdonald College 1; St. Andrews Presbyterian College 2; W.A.A. 3,4; Blue Masque 3; Accounting Club 3; Fine Films Club 3,4. LINDA ROBERTA MILLER Salisbury A.B. Psychology W.A.A. 1,2; Intramurals 1; Blue Masque 1,2; Fine Films Club 2. LELAND RAINE MOORE, JR. Butch Madison A.B. Business Administration Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Accounting Club 3; Advertising Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 1. LINDA ANN MORGAN Morgan Salisbury A.B. Chemistry Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1 Blue Masque 1. ROBERT JOHNATHAN MORTON Bob Hatfield, Pennsylvania A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3, President 4; S.G.A. Legislative Committee 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; Fine Films Club 2,3,4; College Rotarian; S.R. Dorm Council 3,4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. GEORGE McKIETHAN MOSS, JR. Moe Rockingham A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 1,2,3,4; Advertising Club 2,3,4; Intra - murals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2. JOHN ALLEN MOWER, III Salisbury A.B. Religion — Philosophy S.C.A. 1,2,3; Adelphians 1,2,3,4; S.G.A. Student Recog- nition Committee 4; Hedrick Hall Dorm Council; As- sistant Freshman Dorm Counselor 2; Freshman Dorm Counselor 3. JOYCE PITTMAN MOWER Salisbury A.B. English Mars Hill College 1,2; Adelphians 4. BILLIE SUE MUSSELMAN Sue Salisbury A.B. Psychology Wingate Jr. College 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4, First Vice-President 4; S.G.A. Day Student Representative 4; May Day Court 4. THAYER NIEDERRITER Bear Swarthmore, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration Student Union Committee 1,2; S.C.A. 1; Cross Country 2; Senior Class Treasurer. JUDITH ELAINE NOSS Judy Westminster, Maryland A.B. English, Psychology S.G.A. Secretary 3, Board of Review 2; Junior Mar- shal; Student Union Committee 2; Phi Epsilon 3, 4, President 4; PIONEER 1,2,4, Feature Editor 2, PIONEER Key 1,2; TOTEM 3,4, Editor 3,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4, Business Manager 4; Modern Ensemble 2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2; W.A.A. 1,2,4; Academic Honors Scholar- ship 1,2,3,4; Advisory Committee 4; Student Recog- nition Committee 4; Who ' s Who Among American Col- leges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 2,3. V 0SZ J. FOSTER OWEN Bridgeton, New Jersey A.B. Business Administration Choir 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Band 4; Westminster Fellowship 2,3,4, President 4; S.G.A. Sen- ator 3; Judicial Board 4; Blue Masque 1; College Rotarian 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 3. VALERIE LYNNE PARADIS Val Branford, Connecticut A.B. Sociology Southern Connecticut State College 1; S.C.A. Secre- tary 3, Religious Life Committee Co-Chairman 4; W.A.A. 2,3; Choir 2. GEORGE WENDELL PATE Wendy Hamlet A.B. Business Administration S.C.A. 1; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 2,3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer. ANNA SHUFORD PEELER Charlotte A.B. Christian Education S.G.A. Women ' s Representative 3; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Adel- phians 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Phi Epsilon 3,4; Sophomore Class Secretary; Class Favorite 2,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3; SAYAKINI Staff 1,2; Junior Marshal; Kappa Delta Pi Award 2; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 3, Dean ' s List 1, 2,3. ANDREW PERETIN St. Michael, Pennsylvania A.B. History Football 1,2,3,4, Honorable Mention All-Conference 3; Baseball 1,2 ,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.R. Dorm Coun- cil 1,3,4. ARTHUR WELFORD PINKSTON, JR. Ott Salisbury A.B. Business Administration East Carolina College 1; Accounting Club 3,4; Adver- tising Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 4. FRANK BUCKLEY POPE III Bucky Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Duke University 1; Majors Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, All-Conference 3, All-District 26 N.A.I.A. 3; Football 2,3,4, All-Conference 3,4, All- District 26 N.A.I.A. 3,4; Capital Theatre Football A- ward 4; Indian Club Most Valuable Offensive Foot- ball Player Award 4. EDWARD ANTHONY PRING Salisbury A.B. Geology, Business Administration DENNIS NELSON RASCOE Burlington A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2,3; Advertising Club 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; Intramurals 1,2. BARRY LEON RITCHIE China Grove A.B. Chemistry, Mathematics Seymour Scientific Club 4; Dr. John Elliott Chemistry Achievement Award 3. NANCY LOUISE ROSEVEAR Alexandria, Pennsylvania A.B. Christian Education Adelphians 1,2,3,4, Deputation Chairman 2; S.C.A. 3,4, Religious Life Committee Co-Chairman 3, Co.-Vice- President 4; Southern Synod Award 3; U.S.F. 1; Westminster Fellowship 2,3,4, President 3; Choir 1,2,3, Librarian 3; Fine Films Club 2,3; Zartman Hall Dorm Council 1; SAYAKINI Staff 2; Who ' Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4; Dean ' s List 3. SARA ANN ROWE Ann Newton A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; W.A.A. 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2; U.S.F. 1,2; North Hall Dorm President 4; Women ' s Residence Council 4; Advisory Committee 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Univer- sities 4. SARA LEE ROYALL Winston-Salem A.B. English S.C.A. 1; W.A.A. 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Junior Class Council; PIONEER 3, Circulation Manager 4; SAYAKINI Staff 2; Canterbury Club 3; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 3. DANIEL GIBSON SAFRIT Salisbury A.B. Geology Day Student Council 2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2 murals 1,2,3; Seymour Scientific Club 2. Intra- JOHN JOHNSON SANDERS, JR. Mount Airy A.B. Business Administration Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Accounting Club 2; Advertising Club 3,4. FRANKLIN FREDERICK SCHAFFER Frank Chapmans, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion — Philosophy Adelphians 1,2,3,4, President 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Co-Vice President 3,4; Fine Films Club 2,3; U.S.F. 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH DAVID SCHOFIELD, Jr. Joe Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 1,2,4; Accounting Club 2,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,4; Golf Team 2. FRANCES MILES SCHREYER Fran Milton, Pennsylvania A.B. English Kappa Tau Kappa 2,3,4, Second Vice-President 4; W. A.A. 1,2,3,4, North Hall Dorm Representative 3, Presi- dent 4; Advisory Committee 4; S.C.A. 2,3; North Hall Dorm Council Co-Social Chairman 3; Student Recog- nition Award 4. SALLIE ANN SHEEK Winston- Salem A.B. Commercial Education W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; S.C.A. 2; Band 1; Accounting Club 2,3,4; North Hall Dorm First Vice- President 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. JAN CAROL SHIVE Concord A.B. English Charlotte College 2; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Baptist Student Union 1. CARL DEAN SLABACH Brownstown, Pennsylvania A.B. History Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; College Rotarian 4; International Relations Club 4; Band 1 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2. PERRY LANE SLOOP Landis A.B. Religion— Philosophy, Christian Education Adelphians 4; Ars de Musica 4. Hi TOMMY EUGENE SMITH Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 1; Advertising- Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. GERRY LEWIS STIREWALT China Grove A.B. Geology, Mathematics Sigma Pi Alpha 1; North Carolina Academy of Sci- ence Grant for Undergraduate Research in Geology 3; Kiwanis Scholarship 3; Day Student Council 4; Fine Films Club 4; SAYAKINI Business Staff 3; Dean ' s List 3. WILLIAM YATES STROUPE Bill Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2; Advertising Club 4; Fine Films Club 2; Intramurals 1,2. ANN SWANSON Salisbury A.B. English Marshall University 1,2. MARVIN LUTHER TEER Hillsboro A.B. Business Administration Senior Class President; Junior Class President; Chief Junior Marshal; Junior Class Vice-President; SAYA- KINI Staff 2,3, Business Staff 2, Sports Editor 3; N.S.S.G.A. Delegate 3; Freshman Orientation Instruc- tor 3; Advertising Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Accounting Club 2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2; S.GA. President ' s Ad- visory Committee 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1. NANCY THOMAS Glenside, Pennsylvania A.B. Sociology, Psychology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Student Union Committee 2; Freshman Orientation Instructor 2; W.A.A. 1,4; International Relations Club 4; Dean ' s List 3. LEON EDWARD TREXLER Salisbury A.B. Accounting LINDA VERREE VAN SANT Erwinna, Pennsylvania A.B. English, History W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Claremont Representative 1; Blue Mas- que 2,3; Fine Films Club 2,3; S.C.A. 1; Claremont Hall Dorm Social Chairman 2. RON VENABLE Mount Airy A.B. Business Administration S.C.A. 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Advertising Club 1; Track 1,2,4. BRUCE LEE WAGNER East Brunswick, New Jersey A.B. Physical Education Majors Club 2,3,4; President 4; S.G.A. Advisory Com- mittee 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Manager 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; College Rotarian 4; Athletic Representa- tive 3; Fine Films Club 2. JOHN R. WALLER Salisbury A.B. Political Science S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Union 1,2,3,4. Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Baptist Student MAC WASHAM Davidson A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Advertising Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Senior Class Vice-President. JAMES MARCEL WHITE Marty Mooresville A.B. Business Administration Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2; Fine Films Club 1,2,3,4; Account- ting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILBUR ALAN WINSLOW High Point A.B. Physics, Mathematics S.C.A. 1; Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque 2,3; Fine Films Club 2,3; The Braun Award 3; Achieve- ment Award i n Physics 3. ROBERT FLOYD WISEMAN Newland A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Advertising Club 2,3,4; Intramurails 1,2,3,4; Junior Marshal; S.G.A. Judicial Board 3,4; Advisory Committee 4; Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. JAMES VICTOR WITMER II Jim Hanover, Pennsylvania A.B. Economics Track 3,4; Student Union Committee 2; S.C.A. 1; In- tramurals 1,2,3,4; Advertising Club 4. JOE THOMAS WOODIE State sville A.B. Business Administration Mitchell College 1,2; Accounting Club 3; Advertising Club 4. DON RAY YOST Salisbury A.B. Political Science Day Student Representative 3; Blue Masque 1,2,3, Vice-President 3, Executive Board 1,2,3. JOYCE YOUNTS Lexington A.B. Sociology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Claremont Hall Dorm Council 3,4; Receptionist 3, President 4; Wo- men ' s Residence Council 4; Advisory Committee 4. PHILIP CHARLES ZAMPINO Massapequa, New York A.B. Psychology Band 1,2,3; Choir 1; Canterbury Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. 1, 2,3,4, Ways and Means Committee Co-Chairman 2,3, Co-Business Manager 4. JOSEPH EUGENE ZAPOTOCZNY Altoona, Pennsylvania A.B. Geology Football 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1; Seymour Scientific Club 1, 2,3; Junior Class Favorite; Fine Films Club 1; Fresh- man Dorm Representative; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. In the past we have had a light which flickered, in the present we have a light which flames, and in the future there ivill be a light which shines over all the land and sea. t 9 k f 6e S f T arfaiipciitoa SENATE MEMBERS, First Row, left to right; Dick Seiwell, Freshman Representative; Ed Rhodes, Men ' s Representative; Martha Winters, Senator; Elaine Gentry, Secretary; Jim Day- vault, President; Ralph Johnson, Advisor; Lawrence Bond, Ad- visor; Ned Cline, Vice-President; Harriet Putnam, Treasurer; John Brownell, Senator; Julia Jones, Women ' s Representative; Sue Musselman, Day Student Representative. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Jim Dayvault, President The Student Government Association includes each student of Catawba College as a member. This organi- zation has a major responsibility on campus. Through the elected Senate, officers, and various student-facul- ty committees, the association strives " to promote the good name and liberties of our institution and our- selves : to promote peace and tranquility in our halls ; and to strive diligently to promote sound thinking and right acting among all our members. " Each member should realize that this organization is working by him for the benefit of each student. HEDRICK HALL DORMITORY COUNCIL: Chet Schultz, Fred Hesse, Bill Berry, Don Carter, Dick Seiwell. SALISBURY-ROWAN DORMITORY COUN- CIL, First Row: Bob Morton, Don Henderson, Ed Rhodes. Second Row: Ralph Johnson, Brooks Doyle, Andy Peretin. WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE COUNCIL: Joyce Younts, Sally Fritz, Ann Rowe, Julia Jones, Representative; Miss Taylor. DAY STUDENT COUNCIL: John Isenberg, Sue Musselman, Gerry Stirewalt. ATHLETIC COUNCIL, Seated: Sue Fink, Janet Smith. Standing: Ed Knipple, Tommy Childress. J. JUDICIAL BOARD The Judicial Board shall hear all disciplinary cases referred Harden, Dean Sessoms. Standing: Jim Dayvault, Elaine Gentry, to it. Members include, Seated: Mr. Jann, Dean Taylor, Miss Foster Owen, Judy Groft, Bob Wiseman. Absent: Jack Frantz. STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARDS LEGISLATIVE BOARD The Legislative Board shall examine and pass upon all legislative matters submitted to it by the Senate. Members include, Left to Right: Dr. Singer, Trina Holt, Bob Morton, Libby Hedrick, Ned Cline, Dean Kirk. BOARD OF REVIEW Having a monthly report from every club, the Board of Review rates each organization in the light of its own purposes and gives a prize to the club of the year. Members include: Dave Oyer, Ned Cline, Pastor Seiwell, Gaye Hol- shouser. Absent: Mrs. Corriher. II INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The purpose of the International Relations Club is to provide a medium for students to discuss topics concerning internat- ional affairs or historical interests. Seated: Dr. Faust, L. May, M. Cox, S. Dover, B. Featro, M. Hunsucker. First Row, Standing: S. Stelpstra, R. Roof, J. Wolfe, B. Davis, T. Clark, B. Rosen- bloom. Second Row, Standing: P. Leonard, M. Richards, O. Garcia, R. Olandt, D. Slabach, B. Hinkley. PHI EPSILON The purpose of Phi Epsilon is to unite the outstanding women of the student body to promote scholarly and cultural activities for the students. Seated: Kathy Reinbold, Norma London, Judy Noss, President; Claudia Elgin, Alice Hedrick, Secretary- Treasurer. Standing: Mary Ann Sowers, Dorothy Donaldson, Project Chairman; Faye Kerr, Eugenia Griggs, Judy Groft, Sarah Lanier, Vice-President. VHu m m m Mb Combining ' music, service, and fun, the Catawba College Choir renders a great service in appreciation for music in school and community life. Each year it presents a Christmas and a Spring concert along with its regular duties of chapel, vespers, and Baccalaureate services. The Choir ' s performances are given for pleasure and valuable experience for its mem- bers. Membership is based on grades, talent, and interest. CATAWBA COLLEGE CHOIR First Row: A. Hedrick, N. London, A. Skiles, M. Wieand, P. Ritchie, G. Wenck, F. Owen, T. Threadgild, B. Doyle, N. Howard, D. Oyer, S. Kohler, N. Jarret, M. Reedy, G. Griggs, N. Higgins, Mr. Bond. Second Row: W. Childress, M. Long, S. Shepherd, C. Long, G. Shives, W. Schwartz, G. Ault, T. Doub, R. Hatfield, P. Holbrook, C. Lippolt, L. Craven, J. Hill, S. Crouse, C. Corriher. Third Row: B. Boyer, J. Laucks, M. Sowers, J. Muhlheizler, D. Laudenslager, S. Bailey, G. Patterson, C. Schultz, M. Hum- phreville, V. Mizeras, D. Hill, B. Shade, S. Carter, C. Austin, D. Anderson. Fourth Row: A. Civitello, J. Spatz, M. Mack, J. Noss, T. Golladay, D. Thompson, R. Olandt, R. Black, D. Byster, J. Foltz, S. Kennedy, J. Nicodemus, H. Putnam, J. Ross, S. Hunter, C. Elgin. r w . ' 4 ■t.. ' . ' .Z + T+ CHOIR OFFICERS, Left to Right: Judy Noss, Business Manager; Mary Ann Sowers, Secretary; Foster Owen, President; Norwood Howard, Treasurer; Tom Golladay, Vice- President. Choir Director Lawrence B. Bond and a few of his melodious cherubs. The purpose of the Modern Ensemble is to pro- mote interest in group singing. First Row, Seated: Thomas Doub, Jerry Foltz. Second Row, Seated: Sandra Koehler, Barbara Shade, G. B. Patterson, Nancy Jo Higgins, Ralph Dermata, Jo Ann Hill, Mary Ann Sowers. Third Row, Stand- ing: Richard Laudenslager Ann Skiles, Eugenia Griggs, Mr. Bond. Fourth Row, Standing: Jane Spatz, Rick Olandt, Judy Noss, George Ault, Melody Moir. Pianist: Diane Hill. CATAWBA COLLEGE BAND The Catawba College Band gives students a chance to participate in a performing organization, gives prospective teachers an opportunity to observe methods of teaching and instrumentation, and helps to promote and encourage school spirit. Eligibility is based on their ability to play a musical instrument. Some of the club ' s yearly projects are playing at games, pep rallies, concerts, and parades. MAJORETTES: Ellen Midkiff, Donna Summers, Ann Nelms. First Row, Left to Right: H. Corriher, D. Thompson, F. Owen, G. Ault, H. Wilson, R. Jones, G. Shive, Mr. Bond, Director; C. Parks. Second Row, Left to Right: R. Black, G. Knowlton, President; G. Gluck, L. Praetorius, M. Wieand, K. Moyer. Third Row, Left to Right: J. Foltz, H. Victry, D. Laimbeer, S. Kennedy, J. Sigmund, T. Goodrum, J. Herring, E. King. Fourth Row, Left to Right: D. Herman, F. Hesse, M. Melvin, A. Civitello, B. Stuck, S. DeCarion. Fifth Row, Left to Right: R. Cline, N. Howard, B. Berry, K. Slabach, Secretary-Treasurer; D. Andrew, D. Vaughan, M. Moir. Sixth Row, Left to Right: R. Hatfield, M. Wise, T. Doub, J. Denlinger, L. Fenstermacher, Vice-President; J. Newell. ADELPHIANS The purpose of the Adelphian Society is to pro- mote Christian fellowship, study, and service in the field of religious activity. Therefore anyone inter- ested in religion as a profession is invited to join. During the year deputation teams are sent to the Veterans ' Administration Hospital and nearby churches to participate in religious work. Special projects this year have been a recreation workshop on theology and psychology led by Mr. McAllister and publication of their own monthly newspaper. ADELPHIANS OFFICERS, First Row: Dr. Faust, Advisor; John Denlinger, Vice-President. Second Row: Larry Walser[ Deputation Chairman; Jane Virts; Secretary-Treasurer; Frank Schaffer, President. Kneeling: Treva Wingo, Nina Hartzell, Martha Long, Maxine Weiand, Sandra Kohler, Melody Moir, John Denlinger. Stand- ing, Left to Right: Beverly Boyer, Karen Moyer, Bill Mayes, Nancy Rosevear, Mary Jo Warren, Jane Virts, Frank Schaf- fer, Alicia Civitello, Guy Wenck, Dr. Faust, Larry Walser Barry Fillman. mai BLUE MASQUE The purpose of the Blue Masque is to gather together those students enrolled at Catawba College with a common interest in drama, unify their efforts, and thereby promote dramatic interest and appreciation and dramatic activity on the campus and in the community. Interest in drama is the only basis for membership. Each year this organization presents at least one unpublished play as a production. This year its special project was the dedica- tion of the new Keppel Auditorium, at which time it presented the ever-popular Shakespearean drama Romeo and Juliet. BLUE MASQUE OFFICERS, Seated: Treva Wingo; Treasurer, Dawn Withers; Historian; Peggy Lentz, Historian. Kneeling: Faye Brinkley, Co-Social Chairman, Judy Miller, Secretary. Standing: David McCoy, Vice- President; David Humphries, President; Mr. McCachren, Adviser; Mr. Ayers, Adviser. Seated, Left to Right: K. Lippolt, R. Hartman, B. Humphrey, J. Poliotti, D. Summers, M. Meadows, B. Mayes, A. White, A. Nelms, S. Ickes, P. Lentz, S. Leazer, S. Bast, T. Wingo, J. Osgood, D. Dillon. Kneeling: S. Sills, K. Teunon, A. Bortner, T. Holt, S. Myers, S. Vick, P. Thomas J. Pepper, D. Leonard, G. Knowlton, F. Brinkley, M. Fowler, D. Withers, L. Whitener, J. Miller. Standing: D. Humphries, Mr. McCachren, Mr. Ayers, J. Davis, C. Schultz, T. McManus, J. Olmsted, T. Mauk, L. Gillenwater, W. Winslow, L. Diehl, S. Brawley, D. Blackburn, D. McCoy, J. Wiley, G. Diehl. " I ' m getting sick and tired of you, Hornbeck. " Jim Olmsted, Dave Humphries, " Inherit the Wind. " Juliet, Kathy Boone, prods the nurse, Judi Miller, for infor- mation from Romeo. " Romeo and Juliet. " Karl, Tim McManus, and Dieter, Bill Winters, rehearsed a scene from " Moonlight Oasis. " " . . . says we descend from ' old world ' monkeys. We ' re not even descended from good American monkeys! " Ron Rosen, Mathew Harrison Brady, " Inherit the Wind. " On stage, Mr. McCachren checks for the interpretation of the line. " Romeo and Juliet. " n lower ■EL, ■ " - ' ' ' ■■.■ ' ■- The PIONEER stimulates interest in school activities by publishing the current news events of the campus. The PIONEER is a bi-monthly paper except when extra issues are needed to publish school events. Members are chosen on the basis of willingness to work and true interest in journa- lism. The staff consists of three departments, the editor, and two advisers. NEWS REPORTERS, Seated: Beverly Boyer, Tiffiany Mauk. Standing: Sandra Ickes, Dan Leonard, Judy Lauks. EDITOR: Alice Hedrick FEATURE STAFF, Seated: Guy Wenck, Editor; Susan Vick, Janna Landis, Shirley Myers, Carol Bashore. ADVISERS: Mr. Cooper and Mr. Jann CARTOONIST: John Bost, COLUMN- IST: G. B. Patterson. Seated; ASSIST- ANT EDITOR, Karen Moyer. MANAGING EDITOR: Gerry Foltz; SPORTS WRITER: Dave Oyer; SPORTS EDITOR: Preston Garrison. BUSINESS STAFF: Mary Ann Reedy, Fran Schreyer, Judy Miller, Judy Jones Seated: Vince Mizeras. LITERARY STAFF, Seated: Margie Hoke, Joyce Wilkinson. Standing: Suellen Evans, Jeanne Howarth, Carole Runnion, Jane Webber. Scufahnt ADVISERS: Miss Harden and Mr. Bickers. SPORTS EDITOR: Mike Thompson. PHOTOGRAPHER: Stu Claassen. BUSINESS STAFF; Seated: Libby Holshouser, Business Manager. Standing: Donna Breitenstein, JoAnn Kirsch. It is the pleasure and privilege of the 1964 SAYAKINI staff to present to you a pictorial history of another year at Catawba. We have strived to capture the moments most representative of your campus life and the days during which you have taken the roles of scholars, friends, " College Joes, " and coquettish co-eds. Your cooperation has been essential to our purpose, and our reward is your satisfaction. PICTURE STAFF, Seated: Carole Stokes. Standing: Martha Boger, Jean Staley, Phyllis Robinson. TYPISTS: Joan Staley and Ann Martin CABINET MEMBERS, Seated, Left to Right: V. Paradis, S. Crouse, B. Burner, M. Long, C. Elgin, N. Rosevear, H. Brick- er T. Wingo, D. Andrew, S. Goetz, Mrs. Seiwell, Standing, Left to Right: J. Patterson, H. Holste, D. Albertson, Dr. West, L. Gionet, Mr. Johnson, P. Zampino, S. Schaffer, Pastor Seiwell. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The Student Christian Association is organized to serve the campus and community in religious and secular services. The organization consists of five committees which participate in varied aspects of religious life. They do volunteer work at the Nazareth Children ' s Home and the Veterans ' Administration Hospital. An outstanding activity this year has been the Heifer Project, which was met with great response. Desire and interest in Christian endeavors are the only requirements for membership. In order to finance its causes the club publishes the student directory and sells flowers at the homecoming game. True Christian spirit prevails in this club. Mfiiwlifflmfrswm COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE, First Row: J. Hollar, A. Nelms, C. Bashore. Second Row: K. Bange, M. Barnhardt, M. Reedy, S. Leazer, J. Jones, J. Cameron, J. Laueks, Mrs. Seiwell. Third Row; M. Rohrbaugh, C. Jebens, T. Wingo, D. Pyrtle, S. Shepherd, D. Andrew. Fourth Row: M. Mack, L. Brown, D. Withers, L. White- ner, W. Smith, K. Slabach, J. Rhinehart, M. Moir, J. Patterson. Fifth Row: J. Poliotti, B. Dawson, S. Goetz, E. Youngkin, B. Berry, W. Lee, F. Hesse. Sixth Row: B. Fillman, P. Garrison, L. Hamlin, F. Kaylor, P. Boger, J. Freeman, C. Long. RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE, First Row: B. Burner, M. Long, N. Hartsell, M. Overcash, M. Wieand, P. Cleaver. Second Row: S. Koehler, G. Wenck, D. Breiten- stein, S. Vick, N. Rosevear. Third Row: Pastor Seiwell, A. Hedrick, B. Mayes, A. Civitello, B. Mull, M. Holcomb. Fourth Row: E. Colgan, B. Whitfield, J. Lengel, D. Albertson, V. Paradis. CAMPUS LIFE COMMITTEE, First Row: L. Horner, J. Carpenter, J. Wigginton, D. Donaldson, P. Crunkilton. Second Row: N. Higgins, D. Vaughn, J. Swain, L. Fen- stermacher, S. Crouse. Third Row: J. Webber, D. Black- burn, D. Bremer, M. Weaver, L. Gillenwater. Fourth row: J. Moyer, J. Wolf, R. Nantz, R. Cline, L. Gionet. WORLD SERVICE COMMITTEE, First Row: H. Bricker, M. Moir. Second Row: L. Jessup, L. Greene, M. Warren. Third Row: C. Taylor, Dr. West, F. Schaffer. BUSINESS MANAGERS: Ralph Johnson, Martha Long, Phil Zampino. S f Bottom to top: President, A. Scruggs; Vice-President, R. Bostian; Secretary, W. Alphin; Committee Chairman, S. Boger; Reporter, G. Lesser; Treasurer, J. Siegal; Advisor, Mrs. Corriher. The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to stimulate interest in Home Economics and to provide contacts with state and national groups. Anyone interested in home-life is in- vited to join. The project of making Christmas gifts for the Rowan County old folks home is a most gratifying experience for these girls. Throughout the year their programs consist of guest speakers, demonstrations on various pha- ses of home life, and the giving of teas and informal parties. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Seated: J. Siegal, W. Alphin, R. Bostian, A. Scruggs. First Row: S. Boger, G. Lesser, M. Adams, J. Carpenter, S. Evans, G. Glenn. Second Row: A. Carleton, H. Erthl, N. Higgins, D. Shugars, B. Carter, J. Wood. Third Row: H. Putnam, B. White- field, J. Rhinhart, E. Holthouser, Mrs. Corriher. It is the purpose of the Seymour Scientific Club to stimulate interest in the sciences. Mem- bership is open to all members of the student body and faculty who profess a genuine inter- est in science. The scientists ' current project is the selling of lab aprons, coats, and physics and chemistry handbooks to furnish the sem- inar room of the science building with up-to- date science books. The members also partici- pate in the Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science. Seated: President, Bob Morton. Standing: Treasurer, Dan Leon- ard; Secretary, Alice Kluttz; Vice-President, Lee Gillenwater. SEYMOUR SCIENTIFIC CLUB First Row: W. Sites, D. Wentling, D. Minnich, P. Cleaver, T. Troutman, D. Herman, R. Hand. Second Row: F. Litaker, J. Wigging-ton, S. Lanier, C. Morgan, M. Halcomb, L. Gillenwater, A. Kluttz, L. Fenstermacher. Third Row: B. Morton, B. Dedmon, D. Leonard, E. Pring, R. Jones, J. Davis, H. Corriher, D. Thomp- son, W. Bowers, M. Faber, F. Hesse. Catawba CoIi«g« Library wp ADVERTISING CLUB The Advertising Club aims to bring to its members a better under- standing of business. It strives for the advancement of its members in the general fields of business and is open to business majors and all other interested students. Its special projects are the sale of candy and the sale of food in the homecoming booth, from which the club obtains the pro- ceeds. An annual event that they all enjoy is the joint picnic with the Accounting Club. First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Wilson, Mr. Thomas, R. Graves, J. Ward, C. Karriker, D. Garner, T. Smith, B. Fuoss, C. Beland, T. Goodrum, G. Lackey, Mr. Propst, Mr. Derting. Second Row, Left to Right: T. Brown, A. Dover, T. Doub, D. Keener, G. Hain, A. Domerich, G. Kuper, D . McCoy. Third Row, Left to Right: A. Harrelson, W. Schwartz, J. Burdette, P. Holbrook, R. Nantz, J. Bisecker, J. Woodie, F. Hartzel, D. Triplett. Fourth Row, Left to Right: R. Venable, J. Eyster, M. Washam, G. Moss, C. Taylor, G. Pate, J. Carson, T. Barkley, B. Woodring, R. Cook, K. Teunon. Fifth Row, Left to Right: J. McLaughlin, M. White, R. Wiseman, C. Belcher, V. Mizeras, D. Hedrick, J. Herring, M. Thompson, A. Brunnemer, D. Seiwell. ADVERTISING CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right: Marvin Teer, Secretary; Dave Garner, Vice-President; Bill Fuoss, Representative; Tommy Smith, Treasurer; Charles Karriker, President. Vice-President David Garner discusses further plans of the Adver- tising Club with Committee Chairmen Dave McCoy, Tom Goodrum, Mike Thompson, and Vince Mizeras. ADVERTISING CLUB ADVISERS, Seated: Mr. Thomas. Standing: Mr. Wilson, Mr. Dert- ing, Mr. Propst. ACCOUNTING CLUB I The purpose of the Accounting Club is to promote an interest in account- ing and business by bringing students in contact with outstanding persons in the field of business. By this contact they are able to acquire a better understanding of the business problems which they will encounter. Their yearly sales of fruit cakes help them to finance the Loan and Gift Scho- larship Fund used for meeting educational financial problems. I ■ nr First Row: Robert Wiseman, Mac Washam, Linda Kelly, David Setzer. Second Row: Mr. Wilson, Mr. Propst, Mr. Derting, Mr. Bickers. ■ 93? aft I I The UNITED FUND PLAQUE is presented by Dr. Donald C. Dearborn to Robert Wiseman, President of the Account- ing Club. The business clubs were responsible for the school ' s going over its goal. First Row: Mr. Prost, Mr. Bickers, M. Washam, L. Kelley, A. Harrelson, G. McCarn, S. Woolen, E. Sifford, S. Sheek, P. Love, J. Crunkleton, C. Parrish, L. Whitner, D. Withers, A. Hobbs, Mr. Dei-ting, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Wilson. Second Row: D. Setzer, R. Wiseman, D. Garner, R. Graves, T. Doub, J. Helm, A. Dover, J. Bisecker, R. Cook, A. Domerick, J. Hain, R. Nance, T. Goodrum, G. Lackey. Third Row: J. Brownell, F. Hartzel, M. Thompson, W. Schwartz. Fourth Row: R. McCanless, L. Rathman, B. Hill, J. Chagaris, L. Kriebel, G. Moss, J. Eyster, G. Kerper, B. Leonard, T. Overcash, D. Weatherby, D. McCoy, C. Easter, D. Keener. Fifth Row: L. Eddleman, J. Little, G. Gluck, B. Eubanks, J. McLaughlin, M. White, E. Rhodes, J. Ses- soms, C. Taylor, D. Seiwell, J. Messersmith. Robert Wiseman, President, presents Dr. Donald C. Dearborn a $100 check for the Accounting Club Scholarship Loan Fund. ARCHERY CLUB ARCHERY CLUB MEMBERS, Kneeling: Pat Harrison, Carole Runnion. First Row: Fred Jordan, Larry Brown, John Foard, Dan Leonard. Second Row: Gerald Gulden, Steve Havnaer, Ron Black, Fred Kistler. ARS DE MUSICA The aim of Ars de Musica is to further music education and appreciation by seeking opportunities for performance. First Row: Diane Hill; Norma London, President; Miss Epperson, Adviser; Linda Craven; Sally Kennedy, Vice-President; Susan Hunter. Second Row: Dennis Herman; Perry Sloop; Barbara Shade; JoAnn Nicodemus; Secretary. Third Row: Norwood Ho- ward, Treasurer; Rusty Hatfield, Charles Parks. : m 1 1 ■ jNA m i ■£KZ?ti ' ■■ : ■■■ ■■;-, ■ First Row: S. Warrington, J. Hill, J. Miller, A. White, M. Fowler, J. Osgood. Second Row: D. Powl, J. Miller, T. Holt, M. Sowers, K. Reinbold, S. Meyers. Third Row: B. Dedmon, O. Garcia, G. Diehl, B. Fillman, B. Pruitt. Fourth Row: D. Leonard, R. Griffith, Mr. Reitz, B. Morton, S. Stelpstra. SIGMA PI ALPHA To be a member of Sigma Pi Alpha one must have a " B " average in a second year language course. This club aims to stimulate an interest in foreign countries and wishes to improve the relations be- tween those countries and the United States. Its special projects are to have an- nually a newsletter and language empha- sis week. First Row: Trina Holt, Treasurer; Sarah Lanier, President; Mary Ann Sowers, Vice President. Second Row: Mr. Reitz, Advisor; Jo Ann Hill, Historian; Shirley Meyers, Historian; Kathy Reinbold, Secretary. ■ KAPPA TAU KAPPA The purpose of Kappa Tau Kappa is to advance the professional and social in- terests of its members. Kappa Tau Kappa is open to all students interested in the teaching profession, with the stipulation that they have attained a " B " in educa- tion and an overall " C " average. KAPPA TAU KAPPA OFFICERS: Dr. Coulter, Adviser; Fran Schreyer, Second Vice-President; Sue Musselman, First Vice-President; Judy Groft, Secretary; Carol Dixon, Treasurer; Terry Chandler, President. Seated, Left to Right: Fran Schreyer, Sue Musselman, Judy Groft, Carol Dixon. Standing, Left to Right: Mary Hunsucker, Sara Royall, Sally Fritz, Libby Hedrick, Terry Chandler, Penny Love, Sue Boger, Sally Sheek, Eleanor Donaldson. MAJORS ' CLUB OFFICERS, Seated: Larry Gionet, Treasurer; Janet Smith, Secretary. Standing: Lee Wag- ner, President; Dr. Ruth, Adviser; Jim Wagner, Vice- President. One outstanding achievement of this club has been the building of the new archery range. The Majors ' Club strives to promote character and build better sportsmanship. It also furnishes scholarships to athletes. Freshmen are not eligible for membership, but any member of the upper classes who is planning to major in physical education is eligible to join. MAJORS ' CLUB First Row, Left to Right: T. Threadgill, R. Diviney, A. John- son, L. Wagner, W. Ruth, D. Robbins, T. Childress, L. Gionet. Second Row, Left to Right: G. Husser, G. Dittmar, C. Lake, J. Ross, J. Smith, T. Holt, S. Fink, P. Taylor, E. Midkiff, M. Smith. Third Row, Left to Right: N. Martin, B. Lutz, C. Little, Coach Moir, D. Lemmond, B. Blackmon, R. Crouse, G. Appier, R. Black, J. Garrison, J. Wagner, T. Bailey, Coach Ruth, Coach Maphis, C. Belcher, R. Reynolds, B. Hall. Moment of tension another notch ? Will the score go up WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC A moment of deep concentration . . . and a tremendous follow-through. one, two. three Bend. ASSOCIATION Any girl who is interested in sports is eligible for membership in the Woman ' s Athletic Associa- tion. Team or individual participation is the only entry requirement. The Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion strives to promote sportsmanship, leadership, and to develop skill and interest among its members. Its program consists of hockey, volleyball, basket- ball, tennis and ping pong. Two of their outstanding events are the sponsoring of Sports Night and May Day. Another activity which brings much response among students is the Intramural sports events. This is also sponsored by these energetic girls. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS, First Row: Ann Klutzz, Zartman Hall Representative; Judy Hollar, Winter Manager. Second Row: Trina Holt, North Hall Representative; Kathy Thornett, Secretary Treasurer. Third Row: Jane Ross, Claremont Hall Representative; Edith Holshouser, Day Student Representative. Fourth Row: Jean Staley, Spring Manager; Joan Staley, Fall Manager. Fifth Row: Mrs. Lomax, Advisor; Fran Schreyer, President; Sue Fink, Vice-President. First Row: J. Osgood, J. Hollar, A. Martin, S. Crouse, A. Kluttz, E. Midkiff, P. Taylor, S. Sheek. Second Row: C. Dixon, F. Schreyer, D. Breitenstein, S. Royal, P. Breitenstein, M. Ready, M. Boger, J. Howarth, A. Brown, M. Sowers, P. Robinson, K. Thornett. Third Row: J. Staley, J. Spatz, Mrs. Lomax, T. Holt, S. Fink, C. Stokes, J. Staley, J. Ross, S. Goetz, E. Hols- houser, P. Love. I WB ■ 3 4 t l CoqnifiMi ' ■ ■ ' ■■■ ' ?■: V FRESHMAN Kathy Bange Dick Triplett SOPHOMORE Sue Crouse Danny Fesperman JUNIOR Judy Hollar Ed Rhodes SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Faye Kerr Mooresville, North Carolina ' SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Margie Hoke Walkersville, Maryland ■■ ' ' ■ ' , ' ■■■ JfamMiMi Quern ■ . w JVliSS Vonm ttntferm on Go Ieae, JCorm Cjaro ma Miss Caimba Miss Sally Fritz, a senior from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is an English major. She repre- sented Catawba College in the Salisbury Christ- mas Parade and at the Turkey Bowl held at Lenoir Rhyne College on Thanksgiving Day. Among her special interests and hobbies are reading, knitting, and attending sports events. Sally is especially fond of small children, and she considers her student teaching in the first grade the most rewarding experience of her college years. " Ok boys, let ' s get in here and show them who ' s tops! " % ■■!J M " % k« ' dE Ja i yumi - ■■ . t i 3 J 1 1 4 7 . ..- ».!■ ■ - -1 l L 3 MAY QUEEN Miss Libby Hedrick Lexington, North Carolina ' ;: ' ' ■■ ■• ■• ' ■.■■:■}(! : , MM WB -■V. " - MAID OF HONOR Miss Faye Kerr Mooresville, North Carolina %% s FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Doris Pyrtle Rural Hall, North Carolina FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Peggi Crunkilton Arlington, Virginia UHlrf SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Nancy Jo Higgins Burlington, North Carolina FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Dinny Vaughan Selma, Alabama SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Margie Hoke Walkersville, Maryland SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Jan Ross Burlington, North Carolina ) Court ■ ■MnHHHHHH JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Elaine Gentry Maxton, North Carolina JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Sue Fink Faith, North Carolina wm wm flh Vcuf JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Kathy Reinbold Allentown, Pennsylvania SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Sally Fritz Lancaster, Pennsylvania Coarf ■Hnn»mH|j nHBn| NnMHH| mnHM| SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Sue Musselman Salisbury, North Carolina SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Sue Hunter Salisbury, North Carolina WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES Jack Frantz Newton Sally Fritz Lancaster, Pa. Genie Griggs Salisbury Judy Groft Westminster, Md. Julie Jones York Pa. Sarah Lanier Welcome Nancy Rosevear Alexandria, Pa. Ann Rowe Newton Bob Wiseman Newland f t i } - ' — P o- f ■MMHH Qporfsmtmhip tatawba CoW I i The 1963-64 edition of the Catawba College Cheer- leaders went hand-in-hand with the successful athle- tic teams to improve the school spirit throughout the year, and brought it to its greatest peak in recent years. The cheerleaders ' performances gave evidence to the many hours of practice that were necessary. Their attendance was also excellent. This year ' s team was chosen by a committee of faculty and students. Dotti Donaldson Chief Cheerleader CHEERLEADERS First Row: Sharon Stark, Joan Staley, Jean Staley, Carole Stokes. Second Row: Dawn Koontz, Phyllis Taylor, Dotti Donaldson, Peggi Crunkilton, Eleanor Donald- V Phyllis Taylor Co-Chief Cheerleader Jean Staley Dawn Koontz Sharon Stark Peggi Crunkilton Carole Stokes Joan Staley Eleanor Donaldson o o T B A L L i Kf Coach of the Year in the Carolina conference: Harvey Stratton talks to the men upstairs. First Row: R. Jones, C. Ingram, M. Mills, S. Liberatore, B. Applefield, C. Beland, B. Lutz, M. Murphy, B. McDevitt, L. Moore, K. Templeton, D. Campbell, J. Landreth, R. Matthews, J. Soder- gren, 0. Fulk. Second Row: F. Arnold, D. Wilkinson, B. McLeod, S. Bryant, R. Bradshaw, B. Childress, C. Belcher, J. Smith, M. Harris, J. Sanders, L. Beightol, C. Little, R, Nicewonger, A. Peretin, R. Maccaroni, R. Sharp, Coach Quinn, Third row: Coach Maphis, Coach Moir, J. Zapotoczny, B. Burfield, R. Divin- ey, R. Crouse, J. Scott, S. Boyd, J, Moose, B. Pope, G. Appier, T. Bailey, T. Nylund, L. Lackey, B. Pe,tters, E. Gomez, B. Blackman, Coach Stratton. — m -y tv g ■£. «• _ £ 6 ' - 42, 77-3F W 8fl 19 e? 7§ 5] «f 5 ri| g 4. ' . The 1963 football season was a fabulous success as the Tribe tied Elon for the Carolina Conference Title. The Indians finished the season with a 6-3 record that included a win over Southern Conference Davidson in the opening game, a Homecoming victory over Elon, and a Thanksgiving win against arch-rival Lenoir- Rhyne. The only losses presented exciting games that were undecided until the last minute, and were never lost by more than six points. A terrific team was dis- played with much offensive power that included such scores as 52-0 against Guilford, and a loss to Appalach- ian by a 33-36 margin. The Indians were never shutout. Also terrific was the defense that held four of six con- ference opponents scoreless. Many honors were heaped on the Indians at the con- clusion of the season, which included Coach Stratton ' s being named Coach of the Year in the Carolina Con- ference and District 26. Bucky Pope, Larry Beightol, and Tex Applefield were named to District 26 Team, and these three plus Gene Appier and Bill McDevitt were placed on the All-Conference team. In addition, Pope was drafted in the eighth round by the Los Angeles Rams, of the National Football League. INDIANS TIE FOR CONFERENCE TITLE " Make way! " McDevitt hands off to Applefield on a quick opener. Leland Moore Halfback M ' -:■ ' ■ Emm ! ■ $£ • ' ' Ron Crouse Halfback Charles Little Guard Larry Beightol Guard -- v Homecoming was once again a success, as the Indians came from behind in the fourth quarter with their only twelve points to hand Elon, the team they were destined to share the Conference Championship with, a 12-7 loss. The game was witnessed from the sidelines by the 1947-8 Tange- rine Bowl team. The Tribe was thwarted at every attempt in the first three quarters by a fumble, three inter- cepted passes, and a stubborn Elon defense. After Barry Lutz returned the opening kick-off 84 yards to the Elon five-yard line, the Christians toughened up and did not allow a score. The two Indian scores came on passes by Bill McDevitt, with Bucky Pope having a hand in both of them. The first came on a one-handed catch in the end zone, and the second on a pass to Pope, followed by a lateral to Dave Campbell, who outdistanced the Elon defenders to the goal line. ;iJP ; -% $$k jN £$ " Who needs blockers with my talent? " Sam Liberatore sweeps left end with a host of blockers. ELON GAME " It ' s all with the hands. " Pope snags the first touchdown pass to start a fourth quarter come-back. " It looks like another one, boys! " Bill Devitt throws out of the pocket formed by " Big R " Diviney and Tex Applefield. STATISTICS Catawba El 10 First Downs 8 134 Net Rushing Yardage 98 16 Passes Attempted 10 7 Passes Completed 6 3 Passes Had Intercepted 107 Net Passing Yardage 58 241 Total Net Yardage 156 3 Number Punts 9 47 Average Distance 36.9 1 Fumbles Lost 1 20 Total Yards Penalized 30 " How about some help, gentlemen? " Campbell returns a punt for a sizeable return as Butch Moore and Barry Lutz help out. ' v. Sf. " Out of my way, little man! " Bucky Pope tries in vain for another TD pass. LENOIR-RHYNE GAME The Tribe traveled to Hickory for the Turkey Bowl, and came home with a half share of the Carolina Conference Crown. It was a razzle-dazzle pass play from Bill McDevitt to Sam Liberatore, who lateraled to Sam Boyd, that scored the first touchdown with only ten seconds remaining the first half. The second one came on a pass to Bucky Pope from McDevitt that covered 34 yards. The really outstanding part of the victory was the sparkling defensive effort by the Catawba eleven. The defensive line play was sparked by Gene Appier, Larry Beightol, and freshman Bob McLeod, and the backfield was manned ably by Ron Crouse and Butch Moore. Crouse also kept the Bears deep in their own territory with his punting, including a 49-yard boot. This game climaxed a tremendous season for the Indians, with the Indians getting " Bear Meat. " " Can ' t stop now! " Lutz sweeps end as Little and Sanders help out. ' !.- liMK STATISTICS Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba 14 First Downs 11 72 Net Rushing Yardage 123 16 Passes Attempted 14 10 Passes Completed 5 Passes Had Intercepted 1 171 Net Passing Yardage 66 243 Total Net Yardage 189 9 Number Punts 8 38.5 Average Distance 13.4 Fumbles Lost 1 45 Total Yards Penalized 50 SEASON RECORD Catawba 18 Catawba 14 Catawba 21 Catawba 6 Catawba 33 Catawba 12 Catawba 7 Catawba 52 Catawba 13 Davidson 14 Newberry Emory Henry 26 Western Carolina Appalachian 36 Elon 7 Frederick 13 Guilford Lenoir Rhyne One side, please! " Campbell stiff-arms a Guilford player on a punt return. " Long time — no see! " Bucky Pope embraces Sam Boyd after the first touchdown in the L-R game. Bucky Pope snags a pass from McDevitt against Emory Henry. " Good job gang! " Beightol and Nicewonger lead the blocking for Camp- bell against Davidson. " Pretty crowded in here! " Tex Applefield is tackled after a short gain. " From the mouths of babes . . . " Coach Maphis congratulates Bob McLeod after a gain. " No one can catch me now! " Sam Boyd sets sail for a TD against L-R after taking a lateral from Sam Liberatore on the ground. B A S K E T B A L L Coach Moir offers advice during a time-out. Left to Right: Dave Robbins, Wiley Ruth, Brad Hackett, Jim Sessoms, Ed Rhodes, John Garrison, Bucky Pope, Sam Boyd, Al Johnson, Tommy Childress, and Martin Smith. mi LSBURY H u ' jtMUM ™ . c m l.C B B HIL- Left to Ripht: Jim Sessoms, John Garrison, Ed Rhodes, Dave Robbins. Captain AI Johnson SEASON ' S RECORD ■p xZkm ?: - k » y Catawba 68 Catawba 82 Catawba 63 Catawba 74 Catawba 77 Catawba 108 Catawba 113 Catawba 122 Catawba 64 Catawba 74 Catawba 48 Catawba 46 Catawba. ... ' .. 81 Catawba 48 Catawba 73 Catawba 71 Catawba 78 Catawba 57 Catawba 59 Catawba 78 Catawba 72 Catawba 75 Atlantic Christian 59 Campbell 61 Western Carolina 70 Mars Hill 58 Florida Southern 83 Rollins 66 Tampa 86 Mars Hill 76 Pfeiffer 60 High Point 98 Lenoir Rhyne 52 Elon 71 Appalachian 59 Western Carolina 56 Elon 53 Pfeiffer 62 Guilford 64 High Point 80 Campbell 69 Lenoir Rhyne 47 Atlantic Christian 69 Appalachian 73 PIEDMONT CLASSIC Catawba 98 Catawba 73 Belmont Abbey 56 Pfeiffer 72 CAROLINAS CONFERENCE Catawba 51 Lenoir Rhyne 57 mv M BS t § fis -.■ K 7 iBfci E SS I f HB i . WBF j y £ WtSsBsk ' ' H - , fl i S John Garrison Tommy Childress Bucky Pope Ed Rhodes Sam Boyd Martin Smith Jim Sessoms Ed Rhodes shoots a lay up. Brad Hackett Wiley Ruth Dave Robbins The Catawba College basketball team finished the season with a record of 16 wins and 9 losses overall and finished in fourth place in the Carolinas Conference with a 9-6 record against conference competition. For the season, the Indians averaged 74 points per game, while holding the opposing teams to sixty-six. Coach Moir led the squad through what turned out to be a hot and cold season. They scored over one hun- dred points three games in a row, setting a school scor- ing record each time. In the Mars Hill game, Al Johnson broke another school record by scoring 41 points while the Indians amassed 122 for the night. Al Johnson drives on the High Point defense. Bucky Pope takes aim from the corner. ram! w ' .♦.« ' . ;sv MfctSSS J ■V- v 5 There were many glorious events through the season. Among these were beating neighboring Pfeiffer three times, with the second victory winning the Piedmont Classic held in Salisbury. We also beat arch-rival Lenior Rhyne by 31 points. It was the first time we had beaten them since Coach Moir came to coach at Catawba. After losing to Elon at Burlington by 25 points. The Indians turned the tables on the Christians and beat them by twenty points at Salisbury. Outstanding for the Indians this year was Bucky Pope, who was selected to the All-Conference team and made first team NAIA District 26 ; John Garrison ; and Captain Al Johnson. All three averaged double figures for the year. Tom Childress, Ed Rhodes, Martin Smith, and Jim Sessoms also contributed a great deal to the suc- cessful year for the Indians. V . TO Ed Rhodes, John Garrison, and Bucky Pope play defense against High Point. Captain Johnson is tied up by the Panther defense. Pope scores two on a fast break against ACC. The Cheerleaders pep up the Catawba fans. Fourth seeded Catawba met fifth ranked Lenoir Rhyne in the first round of the Carolina Conference Tournament in Lexington and came out on the bottom of a 57-51 score. Lenoir Rhyne had led by ten points at half and by as many as 14 before the Indians started a courageous comeback. Half way through the last half, Ed Rhodes made a three-point play that tied the con- test at 43-43. The Bears, however, hit their foul shots at the end of the game and advanced to the semi-finals ; Ed Rhodes was high scorer with 19 points, hitting 9 for 10 from the floor; Bucky Pope was next with 16, and John Garrison had 10. It was the last game for Al Johnson, Tommy Childress, Pope, and Garrison. 3 John Garrison prepares to rebound in case Johnson ' s shot misses. TOURNAMENT Ed Rhodes fights for a rebound. Bucky Pope shoots from the key BSfiaWi B A S E B A L L Coach Stratton contemplates his strategy from the bench. 1963 All Conference, Left to Right: Carlton Beland, Martin Smith, Ed Knipple, Jerry Maye. Jerry Maye shows the rest of the pitching staff how he throws his curve; Left to Right: John McLaughlin, Larry Gionet, Maye, and Jim Wagoner. SCHEDULE Action from the Appalachian game. March 16 Pfeiffer College 17 Wofford 20 Elon 23 Newberry 24 High Point April 3 Guilford 6. . . .Atlantic Christian (double header) 10 Newberry 11 Wofford 13 Appalachian 14 Lenoir Rhyne 17 Western Carolina 18 Western Carolina 21 Elon 23 Appalachian 28 High Point 29 Guilford May 1 Pfeiffer College 4 Lenoir Rhyne 7-9 Conference Tournament I Carlton Beland Outfielder Andy Peretin Catcher Ed Knipple Third Base 1 ft r 1 ' ( Donny Lemmond First Base Jim Wagoner Pitcher Jerry Maye Pitcher John McLaughlin Pitcher Larry Gionet Pitcher Ed Knipple is congratulated by his teammates after hitting a home run. T R A C K P Team members watch Tom Grote sail over the high jump bar. John Gray clears the last hurdle. First Row: Ronnie Scronce, Brooks Doyle, John Gray, Mike Cooke. Second Row: Craig Ingram, Mike Humphreville, Richard Pinnavaia, Mike Thompson, Nat Martin, Tom Grote. Third Row: Al Johnson, Jim Moose, Joe Robinson. ' :X m ' £ fy I " W t -. ». • w « ■ - ■:... ' -■ ' -■ ■ i festival- Teeing up the first ball of the new season. Joe Haring takes a few practive cuts before heading for the golf club. G O L F A few members of the team. Left to Right : Mike Thompson, Wiley Ruth, Joe Haring, Butch Moore, John Gray, Al Johnson, Rick Graves, M U T N R Jf? A A L S THE " E " SECTION INTRAMURALS VOLLEY BALL CHAMPS First Row: Joe Herring, Lee Wagner. Second Row: Marvin Teer, Don Henderson, Mike Peeler. Third Row: Jerry Maye, Jim Witmer. . And she was in a car at Al ' s! " Halftime at the Catawba-Livingstone game. " I got him ... I think! " A Livingstone halfback sweeps right end. Cal Rice returns a serve. THE " E " SECTION INTRAMURALS FOOTBALL CHAMPS First Row: Captain Martin Smith. Second Row: Larry Gionet, Fred Hartzel, Frank Keller, Bill Hall. Third Row: Mike Thompson, Don Henderson, Lee Wagner. Fourth Row: Jerry Maye, Jim Witmer. Two points for the skins! What ' s everyone looking at! Now, now fellows! k 0 And Mom said college was all work! I got it, I got it! ■ 9 k t m HP f r_ A J T afrwiMe - - « 4 1 — 1 ■■1 m 4E i i A C m Wmm . |r " mi ■in 3 Catawba College Library 157 ifimqratulatitms to the class of 1964 SAYAKINI STAFF Compliments of College Canteen W. H. LEONARD SONS 120 S. Main Salisbury GUYES Salisbury Fashion Leadership for 26 Years Shop and Save at . . . FOOD TOWN Rowan County ' s Largest and Most Complete Supermarket WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS ARNOLD ' S ' Your Guide To Fashions ' CATAWBA GULF Mahaley and Innes Street WOODLEAF LANES 1811 Woodleaf Road Phone for Reservations . . . 633-5342 24 Lanes Free Nursery Expert Ball Drilling Balls, Bags, and Shoes all available " Bowling Is Fun! " Jim Coyle Manager Compliments of SALISBURY-ROWAN DORM JIMMIE BLACKWELDER ' S Bar-B-Q 1624 W. 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